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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TH UHS DAY AUGUST 22, 1889.
Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
Wrought Steel Ranges
tPEsti mates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application.
1617 Second avenne,
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
t37Call and see them.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, using only 12.17 as much ice as its best compet
itor and 9.17 as much a9 one of its would be competitors.
possesses the only provision clmmltpr free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohler can riiml. and ban preserved fresh meats three
weeks in the hottest weather. Produce better results with It-ss ice
than any other Itafrigerator. The Hues of the
do not require cleaning a do other makes, being perfectly and scien
tifically constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
weet and clean. The best made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in Kock Island than all others.
WILURD BAKER & CO.,
80LK AGENTS FOR ROCK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper Ilouse.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your ejections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
-and Steel Dome Furnaces.
Rook Island, Ills.
170.r Secend Avenne.
ANOTH ER GOOD TEST.
The Brlrk laveewt MabaaltM m-
yleiaiMBly Aaatther Heavy Pif
The contract on hare nearly reached
Nineteenth stnet on the north side of
the Second avanue pavement, and this
morning Contrtctor Atkinson and Supt.
Nevins tried an experiment which worked
exceedingly sat sfactory. They ran the
huge 6,700 pound iron roller over the
brick four tlrm s without any sand whats
ever upon the brick, and they failed to
yield in the leaFt. showing the solid foun
dation on which'the pavement is laid as
well as the sutstantial durability of the
brick. This portion of the pavement
like others will be covered with sand,
and then throw Popen to traffic.
The dispute let ween Capt. T. J. Rob
inson and the city concerning the new
flagstone walk about the Rock Island
bank, corner of Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, remains unsettle J. Lar
kin & Stephen were ordered by Capt.
Robinson to discontinue work this morn
ing. The maytr says the walk must be
laid to grade, and he is right, as are the
contractors in fallowing his instructions
in this regard. In the present uniform
system of iroprrvements, there should be
no discrimination and none can be rea
sonably expectej. Mr. J. F. Robinson
stated this morning that he did not know
what would be ( one about the walk yet,
but he suppostd it would be laid, of
Not Second avenue alone, but through
out the city in general is the improve
ments now in progress likely to ex
tend. However, our main business thor
oughfare will present an appearance that
Rock Island may take great delight and
pride in, outsid) of the paved streets.
The improveme H9 in the way of flag
stone walks about Masonic temple, now
being laid, have leen described, and Mr.
P. Ltidolph and L S. McCabe, who re
spectively own t le buildings next west of
the Masonic tenple, are to put down
Cleveland stont, while the Plummer
building is to hate Bedford stone. This,
with the Bcngston flagstone, completes
the block, with the exception of the
Dart. Krell and I'iegler buildings, and as
Mr. Dart has contracted for a new and
more sightly buil ling, he may be expect
ed to sustain h s reputation of having
everything flrstcliisa in the way of walks,
and the other two buildings will of course
put in good walk 4.
On the opposite side of the avenue Mr.
Peter Fries is to meet the flagstone in
front of the First National bank, or Mr.
Potter Skinner's building, with a walk of
Bedford stone, bile the owners of the
intermediate buildings to the Mclntire
dry goods block will be moved by pride
to replace the present walks with some
thing more preser table.
Mr. Porter Skinner has arranged for a
new Bedford wall, in front of the build
ing on the northeast corner of Second
avenue and Eighteenth street occupied by
the American Exp-ess company and sim
ilar to the one opposite.
The south side of the avenue east of
Eighteen street, is to be provided with
Argillo tile east tc the Harper, and sim
ilar to that in front of the Dart building
at the corner; tlis, with the concrete
walk in front of the Harper repaired, as
has been planned for, will comple that
Mr. Peter Fries has also contracted for
a handsome brick walk about his build
ing on the northeast corner of Nineteenth
street, occupied by Long's grocery on
the first floor, and Maj. Mackenzie's river
improvement force on the second. The
torn up walks fur .her east must neces
sarily be rebuilt li compliance with or
dinance specifications, and this, with the
brick walk the city is laying on the main
square side, will niake this block one of
the handsomest in the city as far as side
walks are concerned.
West of Seventi enth new walks have
been contracted fo-on the south side by
J. and M. Rosenfield and the Akoub, and
these with a necessary walk on both
ides of the W arret estate at the corner
of Sixteenth street, will complete the
bulk of this block. On the opposite side
the Rock Island house and Mr. David Don
set off the block 'villi their handsome
flagstone walks aid others are to be
made like them. West of Sixteenth the
walks are pretty g:nerally good, thrJngh
where new ones ate necessary they will
Messrs. W. B. Fjrguson and W. H.
Marshall are willing to put a new hand
some walk about tt eir property on Nine
teenth street and Third avenue if others
in the neighborhoc d will do likewise,
which is reasonable.
Mr. Peter Fries Las arranged for a tile
walk in front of hs Eighteenth street
residence property. He is also having
his brick tenement on Moline avenue re
painted, repaired and given an attractive
A new tile walk is being laid in front of
St. Mary's church property en Fourth
The work of grading and laying the
tile walk about the Trinity church prop
erty on Nineteenth street and Sixth
avenue is under way.
A brick walk has been laid by Mr.
Henrv Tremann on Third avenue
and Seventeenth street and several im
provements made t the building.
An artistic frame annex is being built
to Ehrhorn's saloon building on Market
John Ramer, the ferry pilot, is putting
down a brick walk in front of his Eigh
teenth street residence property.
Sept. 10 and 24. und Oct. 8, the C, R-
I. fc P. railroad w 11 run harvest excur
sions to Kansas. Neb.Missotiri, Arkansas,
Indian Territory, 1 exas. New Mexico,
Arizona. Wyoming Utah, Idaho, Iowa,
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana and Colo
rado. Tickets will be sold on dates
mentioned above and will be good for
thirty days from da e of sale, and they
will be good for sto over either going or
returning at any point west or tne Mis
souri river. at any pt int beyond St Paul,
and in case of tickets to points on Iowa
Falls division of the B., C. R. & N. rail
way or Pacific divis on of the M. & St
I railway, stop over will be allowed at
any point beyond the Mississippi river.
Ofllrer SJarya Reaeval.
Last evening Marshal Miller, in obe-
dience to instructions from Mayor Mo
Conochie, informed Officer Cary his re
signation would be acceptable. The re
quest was immediately complied with by
the officer banding over his star and
other insignia of authority. There
are a great many who will regret that
this action was necessary, for Pat was
one of the most efficient, faithful and
willing policemen that ever served on the
Rock Island force. lie was always
ready to do his duty, aod to do it well,
and Marshal Miller regarded him,
under most circumstances, as one of his
most valuable men. But Cary has one
fault and to it he can alone attribute his
misfortune. He is his own worst enemy;
had he been as gooSl to himself as his
friends have been to him, there woald
have been no trouble. He has been
shown more leniency than any other offi
cer that has ever served in Rock Island,
but the time had come when he could not
be longer retained with consistency. The
A Rous has only good wishes for his
Irenei-vlnar tf Aamlwtanee. -
Mayor McConocbie last evening issued
the following letter of recommendation:
Messrs. Isaac Brooks and Alexander
Morton, two accredited representatives of
the Northern Illinois Miners' organiza
tion, are in Rock Island seeking aid for
the families of the miners who are in en
forced idleness at Braceville and Cosl
City, and their immediate vicinity. There
are 5:0,000 people who must be fed daily
till the men can get work again, and they
appeal to us in the name of common hu
manity. I hope all will heed their ap
peal and give what they can afford.
W illiam McConochie, Mayor.
The mayor's endorsement should be
sufficient to commend these gentlemen to
all. Their mission commends itself.
While they have made no solicitation of
the Aruus for aid, their course as the
mayor's letter of recommendation shows,
is a most deserving one. They are mak
ing an appeal to humanity, and one that
all people must certainly respond to
cheerfully and as liberally as possible.
Mrs. Edgar Hilton died at the residence
of her son in-law, E. W. Boynton, 713
Twenty third street, this morning, of
paralysis of the brain. She was born in
Vaseliioro, Maine, February 8, 1816, her
maiden name being Mary J. Crosby. She
and Mr. Hilton were married May, 81,
1839, and they had only a little over a
year ago celebrate their golden wedding
anniversary. She leaves with her hus
band, whose companionship she had
blessed for so many years, the following
children: Mrs. E. W. Boynton, Mrs.
Corken and W. E Hilton, of Rock Isl
and, Charles Hilton and Mrs. Taft, of
PortBtkon. Aug. 21.
James Cary was borne this week for a
Lorton Bros., of Davenport, bought
several horses hereon Saturday.
Quite a number of our O. A. R. intend
taking in the encampment at Milwaukee.
Hollister St Swenck and Wilson Bros.,
shipped several car loads of hogs Tues
day. Harry Williams, of Moline, was home
Friday calling on some of his old school
mates. Miss Nellie Strickland left for her home
in Burlington Saturday after her extend
ed visit here.
J. P. OJell, Sr., arrives home Tuesday
from Chillicothe, 111., whure he has been
working for the past year.
Mr. F. Black, of Clinton, Iowa, made a
flying trip here Thursday. He ran a
barber shop here ten years ago.
v. j. suepuera nas purchased a
handsome residence in Geneseo, and will
make Oeneseo his borne in the future.
Dr. J. W. Morgan left for Enoxville,
Iowa, Monday, to attend the reunion of
his regiment which meets there this
Fourteen of Port Byron's young ladies
took the Verne Swain today and pic
nicked at Camp McCiellan, near Daven
port. The Congregational and M. E Sunday
schools have chartered the Golden Gale
for Sept. 2 and will picnic at Union park,
Mr. F. S. Gates and wife started Mon
day evening for Independence, Mo ., be
ing called there by the dealh of Mr.
OiiIm' mother, who w-aa eighty-three
Thos. McCall and wife returned home
Tuesday from Colorado Springs. They
took in Kansas in their return trip. Tom
is as spry as a Kansas grasshopper since
bis return .
The barn of John Schall, near Hills
dale, was burned to the ground this
morning at hair past four o'clock, to
gether, with all the contents, excepting
the horses and harness and one buggy.
The family saw the fire in time to save
the horses. They turned out in their
night clothes, not taking time to dress.
A supposed tramp robbed a Swede at
Hampton today of bis coat and $5 in
money. The constable of Hampton fol
lowed him up here on horseback and
after bunting for him for some
time found him at the John Woods
building below town; he offered
some resistance and started to run
when the "constable fired three shots at
him and chased him up town, where he
ran onto Constable Edmunds, who
straightway laid him out with a buggy
whip and the handcuffs were soon placed
around his wrists. He was then loaded
into Randall's express wagon and taken
Sunday at 3 o'clock occurred the fun
eral of Adam Ellis. He was buried by
the G. A. R.t the I. O. O. F. and A. O.
U. W., of which he was a memtxtr, taking
part. The orders formed in front of
their lodge rooms in the following order:
I. O. O. F., A. O. U. W.. band, G. A. R.
and marched to the residence and then
to the Congregational church, where the
Rev. Harper paid a glowing tribute to the
dead soldier. 1 his was the largest fun
eral ever held in Port Byron, every inch
of standing room in the church was oc
cupied and the largest part of the crowd
was on the outside. There were 13J in
line belonging to the three orders. Near
ly all at the church followed the remains
to the cemetery and witnessed the cere
mony of the G. A. R. which was very
21 F. Ahlschlager to John Riepinger,
pt, e2, se4. Jl, 16. 5w, $2,601). .
Kliiah M. Rrorihs t ! In M ' M
Whiffen. lot 2, block 1, Brooks' 4th ad.,
R. I., 600.
August Carlson to Andrew Blixt, s2.
ss, ne, as. it, aw, fl.uuu.
At Black uawk watch tower landing
lor rent dj we nour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
Wm. Filbert, of Joslin, was in the city
Gold headed umbrellas 88 cents at the
M. & E.
Mr. Oscar Ramser, of Cable, was in the
Hon. Thomas Nowers, of Atkinson, is
in the city today. .
Manager H. J. Lowrey, of the Harper,
and wife, are in Chicago.
New wings, new millinery, at McCabe
Bros, tomorrow morning.
Olive forks, cate knives and sugar
tongs at Will R. Johnson's.
Cballies 1 cent per yard tomorrow
morning, 9 o clock, McCabe Bros.
Mr. A. M. Blakesley and family have
returned from Geneva Lake, Wis.
300 wings, 8 cents each, worth from
15 to 25 cents, at McCabe Bros.
T. E. Milchrist, or Galva, state's attor
ney of Henry county, is in the city.
Found A hand satchel at the "Tower."
Enquire at No. 424 Nineteenth street,
Muscatine island watermelons and can
telopes at your own prise at Truesdale's
They go balance of our American
dress cballies, 1 cent a yard, Friday
morning, 9 o'clock, McCabe Bros.
New 25 dozen wings (300). worth
from 15 to 25cents,all one price, 8 cents,
in McCabe Bros, millinery deparment.
The C. M. & St. P. will run their night
train as far west as Kittridge next week
on account of the Grand Army encamp
ment at Milwaukee.
Deputy Sheriff J. W. Cavanaugh was
reelected chairman of the executive com
mittee at state assembly K. of L., at
Miss Etta Silvia, daughter of Sheriff T.
S. Silvis, has been very ill. but is recov
ering. She was tnreatened, it is thought,
with spinal memingilis.
Geo. King, of Hampton, was brought
to the sheriff's office this afternoon on a
charge of robbery, as detailed in our Port
Alderman Negus yesterday sold his
three year old stallion, J. S. D.. to Mr.
W. D. Webster, of Cordova, to whom he
was delivered this morning.
Dr. H. C. Hoefle has moved from his
Sylvan place to a delightful suite of
rooms in Reynold's new Elm street block
and owr Browner s grocery.
An excursion of 400 people under the
auspices of the Congregational Sunday
school, came in from Cable this morning
and spent the day at the tower.
H. F. Blecker, until recently staee
manager at Harper's theatre, is still city
bill poster, a position be has filled very
acceptably for a number of years.
Mrs. Henry Curtis is at present visiting
friends at Sag Harbor, Long Island. from
where she will go to Boston, returning to
Rock Island about the 12th of Sept.
Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas Meegan. of
Eigewood park, have lost their infant
son, Fred, of cramps, aged six months.
The funeral occurred this morning.
Mr. Geo. Wagner yesterday paid his
water rent for the first quarter under ihe
new rating. It amounted to $314. Mr.
Wagner is the first of the large consumers
Miss Tillie Denkman, of this city, Miss
Josie Cable, Miss Cora Thompson and
Mrs. Harford and daughter, of Daven
port, comprise a party who start for
Europe next week.
Cbas. Waldmann and John Doyle, two
of the Burlington strikers, left last even
ing for San Francisco to accept positions
on the Central Pacific road. San Fran
cisco will be their home.
Since the M. & K. inaugurated a hat
sale it causes others to feel as thoueb
they were located in the back woods. M.
& K. is the place to save money on hats
as well as everything else.
The excursion to Burlington on Satur
day morning at 9 o'clock sharp will be the
best that ever went out of Rock Island
Get yonr partners, fill your baskets and
In the AROus'correspondence from the
upper end of the county, appearing in
today s Issue, mention is made of the de
struclion of the fine barn on the farm of
John Shall, in Coe township. The loss
ls$2.5(Kj; Insurance, f 1.500.
Conductor J. M. Palmer, of the Cable
branch of the R. I. 3c P, leaves with his
wife and daughter this evening for a
visit to his parents at Blue Mound, Neb.
Conductor Lee will run his train in his
P. G. Brown and family and J. M.
Colville and family, of Galesburg, were
at the Harper today. They are making
a tour of this part of Illinois by carriage,
and appear to be enjoying the venture
hugely. They started for Geneseo at
The Moline Viap-Uck tk justifiable
pride la publishing a cut of its new Hoe
press, which is a fine piece of machinery.
and to which a folding machine is to be
attached. We congratulate McGlynn
is Uroom on their enterprise and de'
Capt. Whistler brought in the Denk
man last evening with the party com
posed ol l)r. A. II. McCandless and
wife, Fred Denkman and wife, and T. B.
Davis and wife. Mrs. Whistler accom
panies Capt. Whistler on his present trip
to iseer aiougn.
Mr. Tomitiosian, a native of Syria.will
speak in Harper's theatre next Sunday
morning on Syria and the Syrians. He
has just completed a tour of the east and
received the endorsement of the leading
papers and pasters, including Dr. Howard
Crosby, of New York, and Dr. Gregg, of
Boston. He is a talented young man and
a very entertaining speaker.
A petition has been filed in the county
court by the People's Street Railway
company of Moline, for condemnation
proceedings for right of way, and the
bearing has been set for Saturday, Aug
ust 31. County Clerk Donaldson has
drawn the following jurors to bear and
decide upon the case: Wm. Roth, Geo.
E. Bailey. James P. Johnson, Robert
Bennett, John T. Hass, U. C. Trent,
John A. Wilson, T. H. Thomas, James
Clark. J. L. Harris, J. W. Potter, Cyrus
There is to be in Sylvan Park, Peoria,
commencing next Tuesday and lasting
three days, a soldiers' reunion which will
possess many features such as parades,
battery drills. Zouave drills, competitive
drills by the Sons of Veterans, ending on
the evening of the third day with a sham
battle on Fort Hill, which will be con
ducted by Jos Pain & Son, of London,
and will be a great dramatic and pyrotech
nic spectacle, ending with the G. A. R.
badge and other emblems in fire, afford
ing all an opportunity to see realities of
war without the warriors.
Tri-city lumbermen who haye been
battling with the yellow pine of the
south, have still another competitor in the
lumber market A train of eighteen cars
loaded with red cedar shingles from Ta
coma, Washington territory, will pass
through Dubuque in a day or two over
the Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City rail
way bound for points east of Chicago.
On the sides of each car will be a large
placard with the following inscription:
"Solid train of Washington territory red
cedar shingles from the Northern Pacific
Consolidated Shingle company, of T aco
rns. W. T., via the Northern Pacific rail
way and Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City
railway." The idea of bringing shingles
2,500 miles and more when we make 'era
Mr. B.fard' Reply.
Editor A roc:
Rock Island, Aug. 22. As you have
given your columns to Appelquist to
make an attack on me on a subject in
which the public can have no interest, I
ask for the use tf the same medium in
whtch to make a reply, promising it shall
be short, and to the point. It so hap
pened that I owned an interest in a cer
tain patent and had served notice on the
Globe Plow company, of Davenport, to
pay over to me instead of to Appelquist
certain royalties due me. Thereupon,
Appelquist sent his attorney. Oliver Ol
son, to my attorney, E. W. Hurst, and
bought my interest in said patent, paying
the price asked. Thus ended the trans
action. B. D. Bcford.
The Maapa M ant Uo. -
We are informed that there is a con
certed movement on the part of the best
advertisers in our city to confine their ad
vertising to the papers. Heretofore
much money has been wasted in cards or
some clap-trap scheme, like a map or a
whirligig. Such advertising benefits
neither the advertiser nor a citizen. It
goes to Fome tramp. The money so
spent would bring large direct and indi
rect dividends, if discreetly invested in our
city and county papers. Canvassers for
sham advertising will have a weary time
in Cedar Rtpids hereafter, and may as
well cease importuning our merchants.
Cedar Rapids Republican.
U. 8. Signal Optics. I
Waehiogton.D.C., Ang. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
fair, slightly warmer.
Distress after ralinrr. hpsrthnrn. sick
ffeadicbe and indigestion are cured by
Hoods sarsapanlla. It also creates a
Ladies who Vftliip & rpfiriMd rnmnlptinn
must use Pozzoni's powder it produces
a soft and beautiful skin.
C. A. Steil, - - Manager.
SATURDAY EVE., AUG. 24.
Grand Lyric and Spectacular
Lost in London.
A Great Pla A Great Company !
All New Scenery by Lafavette W. SeaveV. The
neart o meanmore, reie or L'omiio, Job a
Vlaion. Home of the hwart Kine, Illumi
nated Know Sensation, A Wonderland
of Dipeolving Beanty.
Prices 75, 50 and 35 cents.
Sale of neati begins Thursday, Ang. 21.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
Under Rock Island Bonae.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO M1L.L.IOK DOLLAKN
Loaned by ne without loxa t o any client.
tVCall or write for circular and reference.
s rirttoitTtrXAVtfP0RT I.
I offer for sale at par and accrued in
terest the following First Mortgages on
farm and city property.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boons S and 4 Masonic Temp',
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FIOKE,
213 Main St., DAVENPORT, IA.
550 " 8 7
67S " 6 " "7
400 j .. 7
1.150 6 " " 7 "
1.S8W " " ' 7 "
TU 6 " " 7 " "
7U0 5 "7 " "
450 5 " 7 " "
SOU 6 " " 7 "
furl 6 ' " 7 "
7l " 5 "7
SdO 5 7 "
2511 " 6 " 7
250 5 w 7
First arrivals of FALL GOOD3 remind them that -more space is needed.
This week in order to make room they make prices on seasonable goods
so low that all ought to be cleared out quickly.
Ladies' ribbed Jersey Vests, were 23c, now 15c.
Lawns go this week at 2c.
Shallies, take them for 2c.
Lawns, fine quality, were 10c, now 6c.
Hatteens, were 12 to 13c, now 9jc.
Imported French Sateens, were 29 to 37jc, now 25c.
New Handkerchiefs just received, cheap.
Ladies' cord edge, pure ljnen, 7c.
(rent's pure linen ord edge, 12c f
Lidies' fine cambric, colored borders, 15c.
And many others.
Bargains in towels examine cur all Linen, fine quality, Urge
Towels at 25 cents, its a world beater.
Splendid assortment of Bedspreads at popular prices.
Hock Island. Illinois.
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Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial
CsVFirot claaa Ineoranoa at lowt rata.
The following are among
A nice residence at ye iiioit end of the city,
larpe corner lot, convenient to inand, depot and
saw millp. cheap
A nice new honte, laree lot, hrnbbcry, tree,
etc., on Tweuty-fnurtu street, cheap.
A new house of eieht moms, fine lo' fitWclVI,
well located, within five blocks of the poctotflce,
A neat brink honse with a lartre lot for $2 010,
conrauientlo upper dep. t and saw mill..
Tmo dwa lings with lot 8iili, well located on
Moline avenue. at a great bargain.
A nice two-story dwelling, w:i located, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with Improvement, large
rounds, on Elm street, cheap on eary terms.
A two-storv bouse and lot. convenient to the
upper saw mill-, depot and round ho ae, very
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & A.DLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : ; ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30
Children's Shoes, " - 1.00 " .70
Children's Shoes, 1.15 " . .90
Children's Shoes, ' 1.50 " 1.15
Hisses' Slippers, ' .75 " .50
Misses' Slippers, " l.oo 75
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, " .90 " .75
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
t3Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second ATennii.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
One of the nicest residences,wtth all conven
iences, fiue high corner lot, (il50. one of the b.at
neighboriio'Ms on Kourlh avenue.
t'.'tHU willbuy two stores, well located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and the rent
paving a good interest on the investment.
(1,10 twill buy a dwelling with good bualnasa
roon in front, well located on Third avenue.
A new building, one of the best money malting
restsurants and boarding houses in the city, near
the C. K. I & P. depot, well located for any kind
On of the best located thfVe-story brick aturai
for business on Second avenue.
One of the beet paying meat markets lu the city ,
brick buildings, first-claaa location, cheap.
tl will buy a good lot. NHS.', in good iocs
tion if taken soon. One of the beat lota in ine
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $5.00 tot 4.25
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 50 " 3 60
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 3.00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 2 50
Ladies' Lace Shoes, ' 1.78
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