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THE "ROCK ISLAND ABGUS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1889.
On Monday, Aug. 20th. 20 pieces mohair
luntrrt, til newest colorings of fall dress
28c a Yard.
" 25 pieces new robe negligee 10c per
A complete line of surah silks, good
qtinlity at 44c a yard.
Larpn additions to our line of India
ant ai a;ic.
A big ion of new fancy stripe curtain
scrims at 6c a yard, worth more than
The new gobelin tapiatry for portieres,
curtains, draperies and general up
bolntery at only 28c. and many other new
goods just arriring from the east.
Notice After the remodeling of the
Plummer building is completed we are to
occupy ihe entire bull. line, including the
old Turner shoe store, giving ua a clean
sweep of 110 feet frontage. Our plans
are being perfected for new lines of iwhIh,
and we intend to make this new addition
embrace many articles not before carried
by us. We trust the public will so ap
preciate the bargain we shall offer from
day to day, while the Improvements are
going forward, as to be oblivious to our
cramped quarters during the interval.
The extra discount from the
1714. 1718. 17H. 1720 and
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS, .
tS?Call and see them.
1st. We make only the finest qnality of work and
that at popular prices.
2i. We guarantee satisfaction.
'.id. Onr Gallery contains more and better Instru
ments, Back-grounds, and all appliances for making
twice over, than all the other galleries in the city combined.
N. E. Cor. Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
Our Leading Lines are of our own make. One the firm is
in the market all the time and no pains are spared
to have the
for the money. It will pay Kock Island and Moline people
to get Shoes of
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. BRADY AND SECOND,
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
A Great Chang, to Be Hade.
One week from Monday or on Sept. 2,
our present store In the Plummer build
ing, occupied with our millinery depart
ment, goes into the hands of the carpen
ters, masons and other mechanics gener
ally, for a complete remodeling, new
front, new rear, floor to be raised, and the
whole to be overhauled and made nearly
new. During the six days intervening,
Beginning monnay a. m. August so, we
shall endeavor to close out all stock pos
sible from our millinery department at a
great reduction from present prices, all
our new millinery, uew ribbons, etc.
To attract special attention to this de
partment we will, for six days give an ad
ditional discount on all of our ribbons.
(both new and old) of 10 per con on all
purchases of JO rents or over. lie mem
ber that all of our recent marked down
price on ribbons remain unchanged, and
this xtra 10 per cent discount is taken
off from the bottom of your bill. '
v e can not condense our stock, we
must sell, sale is absolute. Remember
only six cays, six.
bottom of your bill is for
1722 Kkcond Atknue. Kock Island.
1705 Secend Avenne.
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The Homeopathic Convention Ccn
Tate Wester Arartesay'a OpeaiDC
Mewitaa A Viatt t the Tower.
Tonight's Pabli Uleetlaa;.
The Western Academy of Homeopathy
convened in its fifteenth annual session
in the rooms of the Improvement assos
ciation in Harper' theatre this morning
at 10:30 o'clock. The meeting was called
to order by the resident. Prof. T. S
Hoyne, M. D., of Chicago. After some
preliminary business had been dispensed
with, the bureau cf materia medica was
declared open. An interesting paper by
H. H. Arndt, M. L, of San Diego, Cal.,
ntitled'The Analysis of Drug Proyings,
with Particular Relerence to the need of
the General Practioner," was then con'
sidered. Dr. A. C. Cowperthwaite, of
Iowa City, Iowa, text read a highly in
teresting paper entitled, "Ignatia." In
the discussions wh ch followed, Dr. T.
S. Hoyne, of Chicago, called attention to
the fact that ignuia was particularly
useful in acute conditions, and of very
little use in chron c diseases. That it
was also more suitable for diseases of
women than men . Nm Vomica on the
contrary would cover the same eymp
toros in men. The ignatia symptoms are
aggravated by tobtuco smoke. The pa
per was further discussed by Drs. R. F.
Baker, of Davenport; Dr. W. A. Paul, of
Rock Island; Dr. C. J. Burger, of Boone
ville, and Dr. G. W. Poote, of Galesburg,
Dr. W. A. Paul, of this city, next read
a lengthy paper on "Melilotis" or the
clover blossom- An interesting discus
sion followed. The following members
were next proposed and reelected to
Geo. Abull Russel, M. D., Boonville.
Mo.; F. D. Paul, M. D . Andalusia. Ill ;
H. E. Hotfle, M. D.. Rock Island: J. B.
S. King, M. 1)., Chicago.
The meeting was attended by physi
cians from various states.
After the transaction of miscellaneous
business the meeting adjourned until this
evening at 8 o'clock. Upon the invita
tion of the local physicians the members
of the academy th'ui afternoon visited
Black Hawk tower and other points of
interest in the vicinity.
This evening the scciety will have a
PCBLIC at EETINO
at Harper's theatre, to which all are in
vited. and it is urged that the visitors be
made welcome by a large attendance.
Mr. Adair Pleasants will deliver an ad
dress of welcome, to which Dr. Hoyne, of
Chicago, will respond, and there will be
vocal music by Mrs. F. W. Gould, of
Moline, and instrutneital music by Mrs.
J. F. Robinson, of thin city.
Tomorrow morning from 8 until 10 the
government works on Rock Island will
be visited, and the reaainder of the time
of the meeting will be occupied with
of the society are:
President Dr. T. S. Hoyne, Chi
Vice-President Dr. W. A. Paul.
General Secretary ;r. M. I). Burger.
Proy.-Secretary Di. A. P. Bowman,
Treasurer Dr. G. W. Foote, Gales
burg. Board of Censors Dr. C. II . Vilas,
Chicago; Dr. W. II. Caine, Stillwater.
Minn.; Dr. G. A.Bali, Chicago; Dr.
W. n. Pettit. Cedar Upids, Iowa; Dr.
R F. Baker, Davenport.
Til K PAVING PKOGKESS
A ew Idea at the latrraertloa of
KllThteeatb SttreetTalka or Kstea
alaa Miopias attr ra.
When the pavers retched Eighteenth
street a new plan was introduced In com
pliance with Mayor J.cCoDOchie's sug
gestion and the bricks turned about and
laid with ends the other way north and
south up to the inside 'rom the property
line. When asked this morning as to bis
idea in doing this, the n ayor stated that
it was more than probaMe that a petition
would be received at the next council
meeting for the extension of the
brick pavement by special assess
ment to Eighteenth street and to provide
for the paving of three 1 locks, from First
avenue to Fourth aveoun this fall yet, and
that where there was an immediate pros
pect of paving interact ting streets he
thought the plan of laying the bricks the
other way at such junctions would look
A new plan has been tulopted in laying
the gutters between Eighteenth avenue
and Seventeenth street, h two inch slope
being put in for the curt, in response to
a petition from the property holders in
that district. The plan does not improve
the appearance of the pavement and
there is no reason to be lieve it is any
thing of a practical advantage though it
Joha CUbaaa, of tbla S'lty, Offers to
Matrh J. W. Cowdea Asalaat Thasn
aa Kobtaaoa for SSOO or I'pwarda.
Ruck Island, Aug. 28. Repeated
boasts baring reached my ears from
Thomas Robinson, of Holme, and his
friends, that be could defeat J. W. Cow
den in a second race (R hinson having
been beaten by Cowden two weeks asro
last Sunday) I hereby, In behalf of J. W.
Cowden, challenge the sal 1 Thomps Rob
inson to a race for $500 or upwards. The
conditions the same as l int match: 87
yards, pistol shot start, th; race to be run
six weeks from signing a tides.
I have today deposited f 100 with the
Dally Abous. to be covert d in a week. I
mean business, and if Ro itnson actually
wants to race be will hate no trouble in
arranging a match. .'OH Gibson.
Mr. Gibson deposited the amount of
the above deposit $100 with the Ar
gus this afternoon.
XoUco to Water Cod miners .
All water consumers untitled to use
sprinklers by having paid for said privi
lege, are hereby notified 1 1 govern them
selves strictly to the hours specified by
the ordinance, i. e., from 6 o'clock to 8
o'clock a. m., and from 6 o'clock to 8
p. m. Parties found not. obeying laid
ordinance will have their water supply
cut off at once. Johic i Mcrrik,
Supt. of Waterworks.
The odds must go M. & K.
Pears and peaches at Young's.
Odds and ends sale at the M. & K.
Simon & Mosenfelder's boys' clothes
Splendid bargains in odd ruils at the
M. & K.
St. Joseph's school will open Monday,
Odd boys' suits at sacrificing prices at
the M. S K.
Some excellent bargains in odd pants
at the M. x Ji.
Cook wanted Mrs. Phil Mitchell, 714
oiuion & Mosenfelder will save you
money on boys clothes.
Some odds and ends in children's suits
way down in price at the M. & E.
The odds and ends sale will continue
until the fall opening at the M. & K
Twenty-five girls wanted at Milan can
ning factory. One half fare to and from
Red and blue percale waists, 60 cent
quality, at 38 cents at Simon & Mosen
A full line of fall and winter hats, the
latest styles, just received at Bennett's
Boys knee pants for less than the
material could be purchased, at Simon &
A new lot of percale waists. 6 plaits, at
15 cents worth more than double at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Dir. iiermsn cnmarl announces a
dance at his Schetzen hall, on the Milan
road, for Saturday evening.
Mr. John Jordan, of McCabe Bros
has been summoned to Princeton by the
serious illness or nis mother.
Mr. Julius Gleason and wife, of South
Bridge, Mass., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Knowlton, on Second avenue.
i-revious to ineir grand tall opening
M. & K. are selling all odds. 1. 2 and 3
of a kind, at greatly reduced prices.
Just received at Bennett's glove store,
a lull and complete stock of ladies' and
misses' fine kid gloves latest fall shades.
The funeral of the late Geo. Schneider
will be held from his late home. 2103
Fourth avenue, at 2 o'clock Saturday af
Rev. S. T. Wilson, of Winter Haven.
Fla.. formerly pastor of the Central Pres
byterian church, is visiting friends in
Mr. George M. Ames, editor of the
Aledo Dfiwcrat, accompanied by his
wife, left today for a two weeks' triD to
You never saw such bargains as the M.
& K. have placed among their odds and
ends sale, consisting of pants and suits
for men and boys.
Charles Frances, wife and daughter.
of Lowell, Mass , are at the Harner. Mr.
Frances is in charge of the construction
of the Rock Island arsenal dam.
Attached to the incoming afternoon
train on the R. I. fc P. road yesterday,
was the vice president's car of the Chica
go, St. Paul & KanBas City road.
The Milwaukee road is building a thir
ty-mile extension from Elgin. 111. The
contractors who hve the building of the
new track are E. P. RevnolJs & Co.
In Davenport the city is to bear the
cost of the curbing, which is to be done
in connection with the paving enterprise,
which is to be done by special assess
Mrs. Frank Shlpman. formerly well
known in Rock Island as Annie Clark,
daughter of Capt. Clark, of Buffalo,
Iowa, died yesterday at her home at
The Moline labor organizations de
cided Monday night to attend the labor
ciay demonstration in Kock Island next
1 i. : . .
muuiinj id a unuy; 10 come nown in a
street car at 1 p. m , and take part in the
M t h.. have succeeded In reducing
their summer stock remarkably. How
ever, there are some odds in the men's.
boys' and children's suits, 1. 2 and 3 of a
kind. They must go, at prices that will
Dan Leonard, who is on trial in Da
veil port for disturbing the peace, alleges
mat ne was simply reading an article in
the Time of that city pertaining- to
charges against the police, when Officer
Faulkner arrested him for it.
Mrs. Precilla Gorham died at her home
on First street yesterday morning, aged
seventy-six years ana eleven months
The remains were taken to Andalusia by
T- I . .
LuueriBucrs iiougn t i;uiion. and the
funeral occurred there this afternoon.
Tonight the tri-cities' delegates to the
Cincinnati Waterway convention meet at
the rooms of the Citizens' Improvement
association to agree upon a plan of
united effort in behalf of the Hennepin
canai, etc. a large attendance is urged,
At the residence of the bride's parents
in jne, ra., last Thursday, by uev.Jobn
Huske, of St. Pauls Episcopal church.
Miss Matlie Blenner, of that place, was
married to V. J. Mangelsdorf, of this
city, the well known fireman on the C,
R. I. & P.
Rev. A. B. Meld rum and family have
returned from their summer vacation,
which they spent near Chicago, and Mr.
Meldrnm will take charge of the prayer
meeting at the Central Presbyterian
church tonight, and officiate at the ser
vices next Sunday, as usual.
The Sunday school picnic of the Broad
way and South 1 ark churches, helu at
the bead of Twenty-sixth street, was
complete success in all respects. There
were about 250 present. There were nu
merous enjoyable past-times, leaving
pleasant memories in the minds of all the
little ones present.
Messrs. Jacob Schaum, Henry Acker
mann, Ferdinand Gross and Robert
Myers were visitors at Camp Ohlaeiler
yesterday. They entertained the com
pany with instrumental and vocal music.
Tney say the dinner was the best they
ever sat down to on a camp ground. The
quartette serenaded some friends on their
return last evening. Mr. A. Kruse acted
as musical director of the quartette.
Elmer U. Hoffman, the railroad brake
man, who in Chicago latt week cut his
wife's throat and then his own, as fully
detailed in the dispatches, and Conduc
tor James Curamlngs, at whose house
Hoffman's wife had been employed as a
domestic, and who was afterward ar
rested for adultery with Mrs. Hoffman,
were both known in Rock Island, having
been employed in their respective posi
tions on the C- R. I. & P., running be
tween this city and Chicago.
There was a lively foot race at Central
park yesterday afternoon. Robeson and
Cunningham, of Moline. were the par
ticipants. Considerable money was wag
ered by Moline people that Cunningham 1
would defeat Robeson, and the parties
mostly interested had the matter ar
ranged between the runners with that un
derstanding. When the race came off
Cunningham let Robeson beat him, and
the result was that a number of the
angry multitude from Moline chased
Cunningham out of the park. Daven
port Democrat Oatette .
Davenport and Evant ville played a
postponed game yesterday. At the end
of the sixth inning after McGill had been
knocked out of the box, Captain Hemp
become so abusive and insulting in hit
language to Fitzgerald, who had been
agreed upon as umpire, that the latter
ordered him from the field. His manager
refused to recall him and Fitzgerald
called the game, declaring the score 9 to
0 in Davenport s xavor the score men
standing 10 to 7 to the advantage of the
locals. The same teams play their regn
lar series today, tomorrow and Friday.
The Davenport association has signed
Laver, a catcher, who was signed by the
Pittsburg club at the beginning of the
Col. Clendenin has a letter from As
sistant Secretary F. H. Burt, who had
charge of the Y. M. C. A. at Camp Lin
coin, giying some details of the work of
the association during the stay of the
Sixth regiment at Camp Lincoln: Let
ters written. 459; names left on the vis
i tors' register, 173: one Gospel song ser
vice held. Mr. Burt says that the Sixth's
attendance on the association was per
haps the most satisfactory of that of any
of the regiments which were at camp
The Sixth regiment attendance was large
and continual, and the men spent much
of their leisure time with the associa
Mr. Samuel Goode. of Andalusia, ar
rived in the city last evening on his re
turn from his trip to old England,
whither be went last May . He reports a
pleasant voyage each way, though the
ship, the City of Berlin, was too much
crowded for absolute enjoyment on the
return. He encountered rough seas, but
personally experienced no uneasiness of
any kind. He brought with him a sous
venir to the editor of the Argus a pair
of plates on which are nicely executed
views of Shakespeare's birthplace at the
time of the great poet s death, and as it
looks today, which though slightly re
modeled, stills retains much of its orig
inal appearance. Mr. Goode says that
foreign tourists flock to the historic
house, and none leaye the country witb
out seeing it, but that English people do
not regard it with so much interest, be
cause they nave become accustomed to
THE NOBLE WORK.
Rork Islaod KeMpondinx Liberally to
the Relief of the Htarvlas Colliers
A far Almost Ready.
The committee on soliciting relief for
the suffering miners in the northern part
of Illinois, met last evening at armory
ball, Mayor McConochie presiding.
Messrs. Daniel Corken and S. J. Woodin
reported having collected $68 from the
employes of the Rock Island plow shops.
Mr. Henry Bostock, appointed to make a
canvass among the merchants, reported
donations of cash amounting to $22, and
provisions, clothing, etc., besides. It
was the sense of the meeting that a full
car load of necessaries with those re
ported, could be made up within another
day, and the mayor volunteered to aa
certain the proper point at which to ship.
Donations have been made at the Ar
gus office so far as follows:
J W Potter 1 00 M B Simpson $1 00
K r Sweet 1 CO W P Onavle 1 00
J K Johnnton 1 00 J H Southwell I itu
J B Southwell
The Argus will continue to receive
contributions gladly, holding the same,
subject to whatever disposition the mayor
may choose to make.
Since yesterday's report, Mr. Chas.
Engel has received a barrel of flour from
Jacob Ohlweiler and a barrel from Wm.
Mr. Chas Oberg made the following
collections yesterday afternoon:
C'riot SUarts t 5(1 Jno Alnaworlh tl 00
Theodore Free .... 5
Lmtl VUiB... ..
Ino U Mueller
J no Orog&u
Geo Behrens 5o
Winter 4 Lemberg 2 00
W 11 Gibson
THE MOLINE MEETING.
The meeting called last evening in Mo
line by Mayor Weasel Tor the purpose of
enlightening the citizens of that place on
the work of assisting the starving miners
was held at Armory hall and a committee
of one from each ward appointed to so
licit aid for the miners. An adjournment
was had to the postorSce corner, where
the Moline Light Guard band played a
few selections, drawing an immense
crowd to listen to the speakers. Con
gressman Wm. H. Gest spoke in behalf
of the miners and said he would not now
stop to inquire into the causes of the
condition of the miners; that there were
forty thousand people in need of bread,
and it was the duty of every citizen of
the state of Illinois to contribute so much
as he felt he could spare towards reliev
ing the Bufferings of these poor people
He rpoke at some length upon the inves
tigation of their condition by the com
tnittee appointed by the governor,, of
which Judge Gould was a member.
Wm. McEniry in response to a tele
gram sent bun yesterday afternoon by
the secretary of the relief committee, also
spoke at the meeting. He said he did
not know the condition of the miners,
except what he had read in the newspa
pers and what was told him by those who
visited the famine stricken district. It is
quite impossible for us here in the center
of happiness and plenty to conceiye of
human beings within a neighboring coun
ty starving and filling a premature grave
for the want of the necessaries of life.
Something must te wrong in
America's affairs to bring about this
sad condition of things. Whether the
mine owners, Plum or Scott, are to blame
or the laws of our country, this is not
the time to ask. We have within our
midst, within the limits of the most
fertile state of the union, forty thousand
mouths asking for bread. An appeal
has been made to the people of this lo
cality for assistance by the poor people
through their committees. These peo
ple have been out of employment since
the first of May, and are today in much
more need of assistance than the first
month they were out of the mine. Their
homes partly paid for, are now taken
from them a notice of eviction hereto
fore only known in Ireland has crept
among them, and become a part of our
American system, a means used bv tv-
rants to force poor people to submit to
their wishes without any regard to their
rights. Let every man contribute what
he feels he can afford. One dollar will
go a great distance in appeasing the hun
ger of a poor family. There is not one
man working in these shops who cannot
afford one dollar from his Income to be
sent to this distressed people.
Mr. Isaac Brooks, one of the relief
committee, told of many sad sights he had
met with while distributing food among
A HOPELESS OUTLOOK.
Judge Gould, of Moline, and Dr,
Wines, who were appointed by Gov,
Fifer to investigate and report upon the
northern Illinois miners' troubles, have
made a voluminous report to the govern
or. They find it impossible for the min
ers to subsist upon the wages offered by
operators, but decline to state any con
viction that the present market and con
trolling conditions will justify operators
in offering any higher rate of wages
They state that the facilities with which
coal can be mined in southern Illinois
places northern Illinois miners under
decided disadvantage in the matter of
output and wages. In the report of
12,000 words the commission fails to
recommend any panacea for existing
troubles, and concludes with the re flee
tion that the situation is as hopeless as it
The liver and kidneys must be kept in
good condition. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a
great remedy for regulating these organs.
U. S. Signal Orric, I
Washington, D. C, Aug. SS f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
Fair, stationery temperature.
I have suffered greatly from periodical
returns of hay fever. Covert & Checver,
druggists, suggested Ely's Cream Balm
I used it during a severe attack. I can
cheerfully testify as to the immediate
and continued relief obtained bv its use.
I heartily recommend it to those suffers
iog from this or kindred complaints.
(Kev.) H. A. Smith, Ciinton, Wis.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island llouae.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLION I1ULLAKH
Loaned by ne without Iocs to any client.
cy Call or write for circular and reference.
ftJOMS 30.31, AfiweT"
Mrwtt.TfcsPu DAVENPORT Id.
is ifii or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T per cent semi snnually, collected and
returned rree 01 tDrge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boomi 3 and 4 Maeonic TempV.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
1 me Personally.
C. A. FICKE,
213 Main St.. DAVENPORT. IA.
BrowBson no Halter,
Saturday, Aug, 31, '89
. Socon i and Main Street, DTnport Iowa.
T. H. ELLIS,
Mercer County, Chas. Peterson
LEHIGH and SCRNTON
Hsrd Cosl, Brick, TUe, Etc.
Office corner Fourteenth 8t.. sod Second At.
Early purchases at bottom prices enable ns to make
specially low prices for this sale. Special attention
called to the following grades:
Quality considered the above places competition in
the rear seats. We are in the front.
Hock Island. Illinois.
Geo. W. ID. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
HFirrt cIm Intnrmnce at lowest retea.
The following are among
A nice residence t the niper eni of the city,
large corner lot. convenient to iUud, tleuot and
w mill, cheap
A nice new house, large lot, .hrubbery, trees,
etc.. on Twenty -fourth street, cheap.
A new hnnee of eietit rooms, fine to' SOxlM,
well located, within five blocks of the po.totfice,
A neat brick bonae with a laree lot for 82.0J0,
convenient to upper depnt and saw mill.
Todwe ling, with lot S0il4, well located on
Moline arenoe.at a great bargain.
A nice two-story dwelling, well lo ated, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with improvements, large
grounds, on Elm street, cheap on eai-jr terms.
A two-story house and lot, convenient to tbe
apper saw mill, depot and round house, very
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHHSr & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK, : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Children's Shoes, worth f. 50 for .30
Children's Shoes, 1.00" .70
Children's Shoes, 1.15 " .90
Children's Shoes, 1.50" 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 " -75
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, " .90 " .75
Men's Pine 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.
tSirCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Pecond Avsnue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth. Menae.
Tc a yard.
lOc a yard.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered!
One of the incest residences, with all conven
iences. Sue high comer lot, 5i)xl&0. one of the btst
neighhorhoma on Fourth avenue.
Ii 000 will buy two stores, wil located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and the rent
pavine a good Interest on tbe investment.
$1 1W Iwill buy a dwelling with good business
roo.n in front, well located on Third avenue.
A new building, one of the best money making
restaurants and boarding houses In the city, near
the C. R. I A P. depot, well located for any kind
On of tbe beet located three-story brick stores
for business on Secoud avenue.
One or the best paying meat market In the city ,
brick building', first-class location, cheap.
fiiO will buy a good lot. S0iS, in good loca
tion if taken soon. One of the best lota ia the
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $ 5 00 for 4.25
Liaaiea trine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Lice Shoes,
Base Ball Shoes,
4 50 " 8 60
" 4 00 3 00
3.00 " 2.50
2 50 2.00
1.78 " 1.00
1.C0 " .80