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100 MUses' Trimmed lists, all s'ylts,
All Ladled Plain Wool Felt lists and
Ih se ettrriHni'p ? h!?. i J. I "
"16. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Second Avknue.
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
Plash Cabinet Albnms 38 cents,
Leather Cabinet Albums 78 cents,
Sleds Below Cost,
Work Baskets Below Cost,
Stationery at 20 per cent off.
Cabinet Frames 20 per cent off;
Bibles at Cost,
Wall Paper at and Below Cost
Window Shades at Cost.
BTCr BARGAINS in Evary Department for we MUST
CLOSE out our Stock In Twenty Days.
HAS REMOVED TO
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Next door to Cratnpton'a Bookstoie.
The Public is r lislly invited to ioMpr-rt our new Gllery. The finest Webt of
Chlravo without any exc-ftion. We have the only camera in this vicinity large
enough to make life sin Photographs direct. We have the only Gallery in this city
which Is tint class in all its anrxtintiuents. in fact It contains more Instruments.
Bck Grounds, Photographic Furniture, etc . than all the other Galleries in tbis
city combined We tmve a reputation of the highest ordi r an 1 also the ability and
determination to sustain it,
We go east for New Goods,
AT COST OR LESS.
rIt will pay you to GO AND SEE.
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. BttADY AN1 SECOND,
R.ck Island Car stops at our d or.
Only $1,00 PER GALLON.
KOHN & ADLER'8,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidnoy Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Hock Island.
81 Yards good Scarlet Flannel . .
t Yards good Shaker Flnnl
4 Yards Red Mixed Flannel ." 80c
in i n ......
' arasgooa uanton f lannel..
It 8 pools Coata' best Thread. . .
11 Plaid Towels
80c White Bed Spreads
Other White Bed Spreads 84c
6 Pure Linen colored border nera-
stitched Handkerchiefs 39c
Ensign 80c Corsets 89c
60c and 73c Drrs Goods 89c
fly Yards good Ginuham 89c
1,6 duPicated 'ter the close of tbis
beaVily 0l ''ces us into offering
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
and from now until then-
; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
A BUSINESS TALK
With General Manager St John of
the Rock Island.
A LKtKK AT THE HAKPKB.
Am lafonaal KeeeptUa by Baelaeaa
nesi i he Dietlaarwlehea Railroad
Han--The Vlaaart ana the Ualea
Denat Briefly Diaenaaea.o.Iatereat
General Manager E St. John, of the
"Great Ro-jk Island Route." whose name
has beconu a byword in the commercial
world, and who la one of the best known
railroad jeoerals in the United States,
was in the city for a short interval this
morniBg, and held a brief levee in the
ladiea par ors at the Harper, where May.
or McConochle, President Haas, of the
Citizens' Improvement association, and a
large number of our business men, paid
their respects. Mr. St. John is on his way
eastward n bis private car Columbia, ac
companied by his wife, from an official
tour of all the lines of tbe Rock Island
system as far west as Denver. This morn
ing he whs attended by R. H. Cham
berlain, fuperintendent of the Illi
nois division; Division Freight Agent P.
M. Day, of Davenport; Local Freigot
Agent S. It. Stoddard and Local Ticket
Agent J. Y. Cook, and Geueral Superin
tendent E. B. Sudlow, aod General
Freight aid Ticket Agent R Stock.
bouse, of the Rock Island & Peoria
Considerable time was spent in social ins
tercourse, during which President Hass
very thoroughly explained to General
Manager ft. John the dangers of the
Twenty-fcurth street crossing, and the
necessity cf the viaduct, and the railway
gites in tbe meantime. Mr. St. John,
listened very attentively to the de
scriptton of tbe situation as made by
Mr. Hass, and said that it was a matter
that bad not been brought to bis personal
attention, but that he would look into it
at soon a) he reached Chicago. To an
Arocs representative who was accorded
an audience, he gave the same assurance.
The aubjeit, he said, was one with which
he was not fully conversed and therefore
could not speak, but that it would be one
of the firs, things to which be would give
his attention on his return home.
Just before taking his leave Mr. St. John
addressed the citizens present informally.
speaking of the pleasure it afforded him
to have mat them and of the object of bis
present tour, to cultivate a closer and
more iotinate relationship between the
business i ten and the Rock Island road
here in R xk Island. aa at all the principal
cities on the lines of the system. He
was anz ous to know tbe business
men net er. and be believed that
if Ibis better acquaintance were
establishei and maintained things that
often looked to tho business mn as
wrong, acd things that on the other hand
often apieared wrong to tbe company.
would ra ire easily be rectified and bar-
monized to mutual advantage. He as
sured these present that in Chicago the
latch-string to the general offices always
bung out and all who would call would
find a cordial welcome and an attentive
ear to any subject that would be present
ed pertaii.ing to business relations with
the company, or to public good. In
conclusion, Mr. Hi. John again stat
ed that be was gratified to have
met so rainy of Rock Island's represent
tative bu uness men and citizens.
To theie pleasant remarks, Capl. T. J.
Robinson made reply, speaking of the
kindly feeling Rock Island had always
entertained toward the system which
bore the oity's name. The city, which was
the original terminus of the Rock Island
road, had always felt pride in the road,
not anly because of these circumstances,
but it had given it it present president,
who had become acknowledged one of
the most capable men in the country.
Rock Isl ind could therefore reciprocate
the greet ng made by the great road's gen
eral mannger.that citizens of Rock Island
would a! rays find a hospitable welcome
at tbe company's hands. That feeling
was mutual. The captain said that he
desired further to call the attention of
General Manager St. John to one thing
and he c'id so in all kindness and that
was the fart that the company's facilities
for brining its passenger trains into
Rock Island were not what they
should lie to a city which had been
so pecu iarly associated with the road's
welfare. The city of Rock Island
had gi'-en the road abundant land
not only for Its track use, but for tbe
express purpose that there should be a
depot dewn town and more convenient
for the traveling public. Tbe present
location of the depot far remote at it it
from the business portion of tbe city, was
not a convenience to tbe public or an ad
vantage to the road. The captain hoped,
he said, that tbe Rock Island road would
see in way clear to remedy thla unfortu.
nate condition of affairs. If it could,
and wot Id provide a central depot, be felt
tare the road would gain at much at the
public ai a result.
Mr. ft. Joha replied th at the company
fully realized all that the captain had
taid. aa i ihatthe situation had frequent
ly been discussed in the meetings of the
executive board. He knew tbe disad
vantage that waa being suffered by tbe
public, at well at tbe company, and
while ho could not tec how the present
conditic n could be altered, at tb e com.
pany win obliged to Improve every op-
portunliy for time to the Missouri river
in orde- to hold Its own with itt rivals.
yet be hoped too time would com
when a change could be made that would
be tali (factory to all concerned. He
gave atmrance to the fact that any pro
positions that might be made looking to
a rem y, would receive respectful con
sideration by the company.
Mr. 3t. John at one repaired to hit
oar. w:ere be waa joined by Suptt.
Chambnrlaln and sudlow, and toon
started aaat. From Bureau bo will go to
Peoria and apend several hours there.
rsachit f Chicago tomorrow morning.
Antxchango tayt it makes a woman
ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1880
Split peat at F. G. Young's.
Choice mince meat at F. G.
Dancing tcbool at Turner
Nice orangea and bananas at F. G.
Wanted a good cook at Mra
Wells'. UU Fourth avenue.
Wm. E. Stengel, a prominsnt Rock
Ii'ander, was in town yesterday. Mus
catine jyew irxbune.
Postmaster Wells and Deputy County
Clerk Hawet are both very ill with tbe
The condition of ex-County Treasurer
S. R. Porter doea not improve. He it
still very low, and death is momentarily
Davenport is already taking the ini
atory steps looking to the formation of a
ball club this season with which to enter
the inter state league.
Mrs. Georgian a Bixby, of the central
telephone exchange, baa returned to her
post, after a few days apent In enter
taining the Russian malady.
Col. H. B. Burgu. of Rrck Island,
tpent Sunday with bis son and grandson
in the city Lieut I. D. Burgh and the
little corporal. Canton Knot.
Russell West arrived at tbe Harper
yesterday from Washington, and wtnt
over to the island where be succeeds
the late Mr. Wagner as chief clerk.
Tbe Philomatbean society of tbe First
M. E. church, will meet at Mrs. C. H.
Stoddard's Friday evening. Ice cream
andcakewill be served. Supper twenty-
five cents at 5:30.
Mr. C. W. Bartlett, manager of tbe
Central Union Telephone exchange, at
Cedar Rapids, has resigned to accept the
position of manager of the TriCity ex
change, succeeding Mr. Griffith.
The thermometer got down to 10 bes
low zero during tbe night, hut toward
morning it moderated somewhat and at 7
o'clock ibis morning it was 6 below. Tbe
river is closed solid and the ice men are
getting in their best licks while they can.
Messrs. Richmond Terrell and W. B.
Hill have received notice of the death at
Nashville, Tenn., of Sam T. Walking,
the former successful colored wood dealer
of Rock Island. He had been in busi
ness at Nashville for two years. He
leaves a wife and a step daughter.
Hon. J. H. Murphy, of Davenport, has
returned from Des Moines, where he in
sured the passage by tbe Iowa legislature
of a memorial and joint resolution, en
thusiactically favoring tbe construction
of the Hennepin canal and urging upon
congress the importance of the project.
At the home of Daniel Mosher, in
Hampton township, on Sunday last, oc
curred tbe marriage of Miss Janette
Mosher to Rev. G. W. Wilfong, of Mill-;
edgevillo. Elder C. Bender officiating.
The bride is the accomplished daughter of
one of Rock Island county's most estima
ble citizens, while tbe groom is tbe pas
tor of a flourishing parish in Whiteside
Gen. St. Clair A. Mulbolland, of Penn
sylvania, is in the city. He is here ar
ranging for tbe presentation at Harper's
theatre, Feb. 19th. of the superb specta
cle, "Briscoe's Battle of Gettysburg."
This is tbe magnificent reproduction of
tbe great battle that has been creating
such an immense interest throughout tbe
eastern states during the past year, and
differs from the panorama in Chicago, in.
asmuch as it exhibits tbe whole three
days of the titanic struggle and every
part of the glorious field, while the latter
shows but one scene of tbe fight and but
one portion of the ground. Tbe general
commanded a regiment at Gettysburg and
afterwards a brigade in Hancock's second
corps. He speaks in flowing language of
the part taken by the Illinois troops dur
ing those three awful July days of 1863,
when two hundred thousand men met in
deadly conflict at that little village in the
Thla Hernlaft-'a fire.
Tbe fire alarm from the Second ward
at 8 30 this morning was due to a blaze
at St. Luke's hospital. Smoke was seen
pouring from the shingles, and it waa
suggested that a fire was smoking undeis
neath. The. hook and ladder company
on arriving, cut a hole in tbe roof, and
carried their Miller extinguisher, but
found there was no use for this or wa
ter. Some ode had thoughtlessly
placed a board on top of tbe chimney,
and the smoke oozed out of the defective
chimney and escaped through the roof
The damage was nominal. Tbe Frank
lias were first to respond, followed close
ly ry the Wideawake books and tbe
Phoenix company. The promptness
ith which the companies turned out
was a forcible illustration of the advan
tage of the present equipment over tbe
old, but it demonstrated the imperative
need of an electric alarm, as all the com
panies would have been on band quicker
bad they been able to locate tbe neigh
borhood more clearly.
There waa an incipient blaze at tbe
home of Mrs. Geo. Schneider, corner of
Twentieth street and Fourth avenue, last
evening, caused by an over heated stove,
The damage was covered by insurance in
J. M. Buford's agency.
Agent Caak Kealcna.
Mr. John F. Cook, for many years tbe
popular and progressive local ticket
agent of tbe Rock Island road, last niabt
tendered his resignation to General Man
ager St. John, at Davenport. This
action on Mr. Cook's part will not meet
with a greet degree of surprise on the
part of his most Intimate friends,
many of whom hare known of his inten.
Hons for some days. His resignation is
to take effect Feb. 1. but Mr. St. John
has urged that he remain until the 15th of
the month or the first of March. It is
not the intention of Mr. Cook to leave tbe
company with which he has been asso.
ciated for eighteen years. He will first
take a rest and then reenter tho service of
the company in a different and more de
tlrable capacity, a change such as be has
wished for soma time. Mr. Cook has
proven himself ono of tho most faithful.
ablo and best liked railroad men that has
ever been in Rook Island, and the best
wishes of many in this city will al
TWO FATAL CASES.
The Russian Torture Carries Off
Two Rock Island People.
Mra. Alfred Baatfcnaan and Blr. V. H.
Banhforth Mtrieken With Orath aa
Reanltaof the Rpldeaale.
The first fatal case growing out of tbe
"La Grippe" in Rock Island occurred last
night in tbe death at 10:45 o'clock of Mra.
Alfred Baugbman, of Twenty-first street
and Second avenue. She was seized with
tbe influenza several days ago, which
finally culminated in pneumonia. The
lady was in her sixtythird year and was
Mr. Baughraan's second wife. Her mai
den name was Cornelia Beeby and she had
been previously married, her former hus
band's name being Wilke. She leaves
two children of her own Mrs. Steve
Lorton. of Davenport, and a son at
Chillicothe, and several stepchildren.
She was beloved by all who knew her.
The deceased was born in Ludlow,
Mass , Dec. 6, 1857. and came to Rock
Island twenty years ago. She married
Mr. Baugbman Feb. 20. 1864 and he is
ft to mourn her less.
Mr. C. H. Bash forth, late agent of the
United States Express company, suc
cumbed to the disease at bis home on
Fourth avenue, between Twentyvhird
and Twenty-fonrth streets, at 3 o'clock
this afternoon. This news will surprise
and grieve many, who had no idea that
Mr. Bashforih was seriously ill. He was
attacked y the "La Grippe" last Satur
day, and it soon developed pneumonia,
which resulted in death as stated. Mr.
Bash forth was thirty four years of g,
and leaves a wife and two children both
Not a Wise I ilea.
Realizing the disposition of the council
to treat both the companies seeking fian
chises to tbe city fnirly and the prospects
that both will receive the rights they de
sire, reaching as each does a territory
distinctly different from the other and
one of no more benefit to the city than
tbe other, the Union, not satisfied that
the electric people get what they ask. it
uggesta that they too be given a right on
Fourth avenue from Fifteenth atreet west,
together with the Holmes people. It
would be very poor policy for the council
grant a right of way over any
street or avenue to two rival compa
nies. Endless litigation might result in
which tbe city would naturally be in
volved. It is as important that tbe
Holmes company be given its franchise
to the territory on Ninth street, as that
tbe Gujer company get its route to the
eastern bluffs. The council should, in
the estimation of the A noes, avoid lend-
ng lis sanction to any ordinance that
would engender a conflict between cor
porations. For that reason, and rightly,
too, the city refused to give the Electric
company the rights it sought for a Seo
ond avenue line, and for the same reason
it may yet refuse to give the line now
asked for on Fifth avenue between
Eighteenth and Twenty-third s reels, as
then would for two blocks come In
conflict with another company's tracks.
aud in fact the electric folks might find
trouble in getting through there, were the
Holmes people inclined to object. It is
proper, therefore, that the council should
move cautiously and treat both corpor
ations fairlv. hut to grant two distinct
franchises on the same thoroughfare will
not strike many people as a wise idea.
The Louey Scbardine horse stealing
case went to tbe jury last evening, and a
verdict of guilty was returned tbe pen
alty being fixed at one year in the peni
tentiary. Geo. Roberts, charged with stealing a
suit of clothing from the barn on Gilpin
Moore's premises, was next put on trial
The jury is composed of Messrs. Gilbert
Fleet, Daniel Fisher, Robert Miller, Sam
uel Wright, Satcuel Beal, Robert Johns
ton, Jr., Frank Collins, John Larson,
Charles H. Rittcr, Wesley Sharp,
John McDarrah and Orrin Thompson.
State's Attorney Sturgeon prosecuted.
M. J. McEniry appeared for the.defcnse.
The jury returned a verdict charging
the defendant with larceny and placing
the value of tbe goods at 4.
In tbe circuit court tbis afternoon,
John Vogel, of Rapids City, p'ead guilty
to a number of counts on suppressed in
dictments for selling liquor to minors and
keeping a tippling house, and was assessed
fines by Judge Smith aggregating $ 160.
Other indictments for keeping a disor
derly house were nolle prossed.
Cbas. Koon, of Davenport, waa fined
f 3 and costs in the police courts this
morning for intoxication.
'Poke Lambert was bound over in
the sum of flOO to tbe circuit conrt for
threatening tbe life of Henry Scboelean,
as a result of a war of words in which
both had engrged-
A couple of well to do Rock Island Cit
izens are being tenderly nursed through
the after effects of a serious miaunder
standing in wbicb they became engaged
in the wicked city of Davenport the other
Samuel Flannigan, at one time
hrakeman, and afterward a baggageman
on the Racine & Southwestern division
of the C, M. & St. P. road, tut more
recently employed In Levy's wholesale
liquor bouse on First avenue, is at the
Armory, not by compulsion, but is in a
pitiable condition from delirium tremens
He imagines hit arms and legs are in the
colli of snakes, while his pockets are full
of them. The police have taken com
passion on him, and are doing all pojsl
ble to alleviate hit torturet.
F. L. Bills, the well known florist of
Davenport, has an elegant assortment of
cut roses In hyacinths, narcissus, Bennet
roses, merioets, Lafranes, Bonselene and
Marecba! Niel, etc , which arc offered at
very reasonable prices. No better
lection can be made than from this dls-
"I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
half enough, says a mother, whose son,
almost blind with scrofula, was cured by
Negro atriaera Aaeaealnate ':?eat.
Appalachicola, Fia., Jan. 22. The ne
groes employed in the saw-mills" here are 6u
strike for ten hours aa a day's work, and for
higher wages. The mills are mostly shut
down. The men at the Kennedy mil remain
at work despite threats from the strikers.
Monday night one of Kennedy's men was
assassinate i in his home. More trouble la
feared, and the governor has been asked to
send troops here. The militia are patrolling
The Hat-Finishers' Loelc-Oiit.
D anbury, Conn., Jan. 22. Tli3 1,200
locked-out hat finibers held an excited meet
ing yesterday afternoon, and by a two-thirds
vote passed a resolution that the action vail
ing out C. H. Morrill' finishers 09 rescinded,
and that they return to work this morning.
A committee was appointed to investigate
the matter of allowing boys not apprenticed
to work iu the finishing department.
Pretty Cute of ParnelL
London, Jan. 22. Parnell, in consequence
of his experience with the Ennis board tetter
and other forgeries designed to discredit
him, has adopted the typewriter as the me
dium of all of his correspondence for the
future and caused it to be known that any
communication in manuscript, of subse
quent date, purporting to have emanated
from him is a forgery per se.
Satire to Old ttettlere.
The annual meeting of the Rock Is
land County Old Settlers' association will
be held in the parlors of the Rock Island
house at 2 p. m. Mondav. Feb 3. 1890.
W. H. Edwards, Prest.
J. T. Kbnwortht, Sec.
U. S. Signal Ornn, I
Washington, D. C, Jan.2. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
Fair; slightly warmer; probably slight
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
id glove cleaner: cleans oerfectlv and
leaves no odor.
Women, it is said, live longer than
men. This mav be true, but of cour-e
they never get so old.
BATJOHMA.fr On Tnesdav evinlncr iim a
of I'neumonia, Cornelia fla ghman, beloved wife
m Aiirea naugnman. aged vears. Foneral
ThnrartaTJan. Md at p. m., from late residence
comer Twenty-first atreet and Mecoml avenue.
rncnai 01 tna family are invited to attend.
C. A. Suit, - - Manager.
Four Nights, Commencing
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21st.
Bartley McCullam Comedy Co.
The Best Popular Price Company
Elegant Wardrobes I
- New Plays!
New Songs I
Splendid Company of Players!
sictmi star EABLT.
Admission only 10, 20 and 30c
Matinee Sntorday at 8:80.
Just receiAeJ, all
to be sold at
10 Cents per Copy,
by mail 11 rents.
Identical with that for which
you are asked to pay from
four to ten times our price by
and Banjo string!
at low prices.
Call and see for yourselves.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Home.
Secured by First Mortgage.
Oa iALB AT
6J AND 7 PER CENT.
IXTIBKST COUSOTSO WlTHOCT CHAK8I.
No trouble or sxpcDit spared to ssenre choicest
Oar Fourteen yean' experience and locg ea
tabliatied local agencies give as
Call er write for circular! or references.
MowicTcw Davenport h.
i mi or
$200.00 and Upwards
For tale, secured on land worth from
three to five timet the amount
of the loan.
Interest 1 oar cent semi anaaallr. collected and
raauiiM irae or cnarga.
E. W. HURST,
Attobwet at Law
Booms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FICKE,
SIS Main 8t, DAVENPORT, LA.
Begin to measure goods Monday
deduct 10 per cent from all cash sales amounting to 11.00
or more for another week. This discount to prevail
throughout the house with the following exceptions:
Black goods department and Domestic department.
All goods measured, soiled and ticketed will not be discounted. Why f
Because we make the discount to Induce you to buy before inventory and
thus save us work. So you see the esrlier you call the lsrger the assort
ment from which to select. Our force are lively workers and it will be to
your interest to call esrly and allow us the privilege of exchanging dry
goods for cah.
C LOAKS From all cloth garments on8flfth or SO per cent will be deducted
PLUSH CL AKS We will sell at very low prices.
BLANKETS One-fifth or 20 per cent deducted from blankets.
Hock Island. Illinois.
EM ANN &
IN A (A j Ji
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St , under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
A fine large house with alt modern Itnnmr.
menu, good barn. tree, etc.. 8 acre, of land, tine
lucaiion, juei onuiae inn city limit, tear the
atreet can; cheap, easy terms.
A nice hricle ranHpnr with n mA4A.n im.
provemenu, large ground., on Elm street, for sale
vua vil CU LCI III B ,
Two atory dwelling, six rooms, pood well. ti.
tern and cellar, li-ree barn, H acre of land, within
a tew steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A rood home and It Drovcments with abont a
acres of ltrnd suitable fnr gardening about tbrae
m tea irom noca island, ir sale cbeap.
fl.OCO will buy M acres of land nartlv tmnrav-
ed, In Cordova townsbip.
$1,5C0 will bny a a-oo I (0 acre farm, uaad im
provements, on reasonable terms.
" r I'm . ii uuc 'i hi, oca I
neighborhoods on Twenty-third street, cbeap.
Only a few of those fine lot. la ft in Mlrt.r-.
addition on Twenty-second and Twenty-tbird
lt?tdn1l,M will kn. m In. A J .11. m .
Fifth avenue i.d Eighth atreet.
S250 will bnv a pood lot SArfta troll lvt nt
county w 11 take house snd ot In tbts city for
Men's Felt Shoos ti 00
" Felt Boot Overs . Oil
' Arctics i rjQ
" Rubbers , 40
" Clogs 50
Women's Arctles , 75
" High Button Gaiters 05
" Alsskaa At)
Boy's Arctics 50
M ses' High Button Gaiters 60
" Rubber as
" Arctica 70
Children's Arctics 60
In addition to thse low prices I will give away an Encyclopepia, valued at 8,
to each customer buying f 33 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call In and let us show you the Book and explain bow you can get it
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8HOS STORE, 1818 Second
XLM STREET SHOE STORE
8989 fifth ATanua.
morning. We have decided to
Two dwelling bouses, lot SOiltt, on atollne ave
Afirst-claaaSO acre farm, with good Impreva
menu, la Bowling township, cbeap.
A No. 1 on hundred and sixty acre farm, wltat
first-class Improvements, cheap.
A nice bluff property, large grouads, shad
trees, fruit, etc., cbeap.
Two or three acres on tbe bluff, fine land for
building or gardening.
Some of tbe beat lots In Dodge's addlUoa oa
SO or 40 acres, with good improvements, on the
A rood lot ca tbe bluff in Rodman's sub-division,
$400 will bav a due acre lot just outsld. city
Lmita, on bluff.
A goodboue. bsrn and fine corner lot in the
opper part of the elty convenient to the saw m U,
depot and island, cheap.
A nice twe story dwelling, well located on
Twentieth street, cbeap,
$1,000 will buy six acres with some improve
ments, on the bluff.
M00 will bay a house with four rooms, conven
ient to tbe lower factories.
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