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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1890.
Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES.
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
-MA SON &
Wrought Steel Ranges-
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
59E8tim)it9 for Heating and Ventilating fnrnisiiM on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1617 Second avenne, Rook Island, Ills
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
Plash Cabinet Albums 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.
Bia BARGAINS in Every Department for we MUST
CLOSE out our Stock in Twenty Days.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
KOHN & ADLER'8,
POST OFFICE BLOCK,
Coughs, colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and Ho a Bottle.)
For Liver and Kidney lr0ubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO 1
Thomas' Liver and Kidney pills.
26c a Box 8araple free.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
BOCK ISLAND. ILL.
T. H. THdfcts,
THi: MILAN RAILWAY.
I The Di -ectora Enjoined From Dis
posing of it
A Trim , net ion fr'ratitraied by Order of
Conn. -.Who Shall Foaaesm it o
Judc GlenD this morning granted a
temporary injunction restraining the
directors of the Rock Island & Milan
street nil way company from consummat
ing eitl er a sale or a lease of the road
withou the consent and sanction of the
stockholders. The document contains
also a irayer for the appointment of a re
ceiver f the road and its ultimate sale
hy the court to pay off the debts. The
application for the injunction, which aK
leges that the directors of the road were
about to make lease of the road, was
made :v Col. Curtis on behalf of Admin
istrxtr r Peetz of the Bailey Davenport
estate before Judge Glenn in chambers
last evening, and Ibis morning the writs
for temporary injunction were placed in
Sberiir Silvis' hands for service, and the
duly 'vas promptly performed by that
An adjourned meeting had been called
of tb directors of the Milan road at 10
o'cior k this morning for the purpose of
bchriig the report of a committee, com
poser of Directors Fries, Robinson and
Stoddard on leasing the road for a
perird of thirty years to the People's
Electric Railway company, of Mo
line, of which Messrs. E. H. Quyer
and j 8. McCabe are directors and which
is prictic illy the Mohne Central road,
but the claim of those securing the in
junc ion is that such proceedings would
not 'ie fair to the stockholders and hence
the i i unction
The directors ciaim that the road is
not in a paying condition, that a 948,000
ind btcdness is hanging over it, and they
wer i of the opinion that the best thing
to dn was to lease it.
A large number of the stockholders are
ans ou9 that Mr. C. B Uoltnes should
pur base it, as they believe they would in
tha way best realize the value of their
inu rests in it, and that at the same time
imnense advantages to the city would
result from his be.-oming possessor of the
roa 1, but it is not known that he wants it
very badly now He has refused to consid
er f ny proposition to leaseit.and probably
wojld not take it at all unless he could
bu f every dollar of etock in it, as he did
in :he other companies he bought out in
tb three cities. He made Mr. Daven
port a good offer for it when he became
interested here a year and a half ago, but
he appears more anxious now to improve
w at facilities lie has than to make more
Another meeting of the directors of the
Milan road s being held this afternoon.
It is to be hoped that it will eventually be
p'aced in some condition wherein it will
ptove the most benefit to the city and to
tt e people living along its line.
COURT CI LUNGS.
1 lit- 4 ane In 4ourt--Th- t ink I'm
'em nf Knox 4'ontitj Appointed Th
The jury in the $15,000 damage case of
Mwell va Hanson returned a verdict for
i 1 for the plaintiff hat evening This
puts the coats on the defendant, but it
t oes not carry with it the assurance that
. Rock Island county jury considers the
character of a Scott county lawyer worth
I great deal financially.
The court is still engaged with the
Wanetlunrl malpractice proceeding
againBl Dr. S. C. Plummer, Sr. This
morning was consume 1 mainly in expert
testimony, in which many of the local
physicians were summoned.
Judge Glenn today sustained the r
vice of the McEniry mandamus proceed
ings against the city, but is yet to decide
upon the writ .
Judges Pleasants, Glenn and Smith
neld a conference last evening as to
the temporary successor to the late
Cbas. Gibhs, circuit clerk of Knox
county, anil Samuel . Stuckev was
agreed as the appointee as clerk pro
tem. Mr. Stuckey is a young man
and at present Deputy Sheriff of Knox
county. He was a candidate for the
nomination when Mr. Gibhs was success
ful. He will probably be the republican
nominee for the office. Mr. Gibbs was a
farmer prior to bis election and leaves a
wife and family. He was about forty
five years of age His funeral o?curs to
morrow. The judges and official steno
graphers afterward held a consultation
for the rearrangement of assignments
heretofore announced in the A ROUS, and
it was aereed to allow J E. Blakemore
two more weeks in Knox and two in
Henderson than bad been planned pre
Mrs. Isorman a I unci al
Orion, Henry Co., Feb. 7 The fu
neral of Mrs Jos. Dorman, Jr., wee Susie
M. Puree, look place from the resi
dence of her father-in law. Mr. Joseph
Dorman, Sr., one-half mile west of War
ner's Station on Tuesday, at 2 p. m.,Rev.
Mr Bartlett.of the Orion Baptist church,
preach i op tbe funeral sermon. The fol
lowing school-mates of the deceased were
pall bearers: Messrs Geo. Washburn,
Thos. McWhinney. Wm. Ferguson. John
McMeekm, Thos Kerr and Jas. Wilson.
Mrs. Susie M. Dorman was admitted to
membership in tbe Orion Baptist church
tx years ago. Her age was twenty-eight
years. She was only married about four
years, and she leaves two little children,
one three years, and one fourteen months
old, besides a kind bus' ami. who it
confined to his room with a severe at
tack of pneumonia, the same that hiB be -
i.. veil wife died with. Mrs. Dorman
was well known throughout Rock Island
and Henrv counties, and none knew her
but to love and respect her. Her be
reaved husband has the sympathy of all
that know them. She was laid to rest in
We tern cemetery, two miles northeast
of Orion. The funeral was one of the
largest ever seen in the county.
Important lciormanon to tha Ladies
On and after March 15th next the fa
mous Clark's "O. N. T." spool cotton on
white spools, which has become so very
popular with the ladies and dressmakers
and milliners of Illinois on account of the
fast black and particularly its smooth
runatng on sewing machine, will be aold
by McCabe Bros. Ladies give us a call
and try this famous thread ; you will use
do other if you do.
THE UPPER RIVER PILOTS.
The lMrcefory of the I'pper Miasm
Ippl Brotherhood in tteaalon at
ilnton- lmpi o pment Bagaral Ionia
The board of directors of the Brother
hood of Upper Missisarppi River Pilots is
in session at Clinton. The directors
present are W. H. Whisler. Rock Island;
J. H. Wooder, Cordova, J. M. Haw
thorn?, LeClaire; W. A. Blair, Daven
port, and Rub B.ddwin, Clinton. Though
it was but a directors' meeting, a large
number of pilots are present, and he ses
sion was of much interest to them aa w A
as to their employers and the public.
During the Wednesday's session, beside
secret brotherhood business, a list of ex
isting obstructions of bridges and tip
proaches was made, and of several snags
and wrecks, which the secretary was in
structed to call Maj. Mackenzie's atten
tion to. The improvement of the follow
ing twelve places was also asked:
Dresbsck, Bad Axe, Lost Channel,
Iowa Slough, McDonald's 81ough, Belle-,
vue, Eagle Point, Hole-in-the-Wall,
Towhead above Fulton, Desotaand Cass
vi Sle Slough. Most of the improvement
is to fill the heads of the sloughs to con
fine the channel.
The convention agreed unanimously
for the establishment of a harbor at
King's Coulee, Lake Pepin, and the loca
tion of several more lights in Lakp Pepin
and Like St. Croix was also requested.
This society has passed through a very
successful year. It now has a member
ship of 150. including nearly all the first
class pilots on the upper river. On ac
count of the systematic means formulated
of getting information, the work tbe past
year in rafting has been better than dur
ing any other season of low water.
A unanimous approval of the system
of improvements made the past ten years
under Maj. Mackenzie's supervision, was
There was no discussion of wages, no
combining against employers, but as seen
above, a working unanimously for more
effectual work for both.
Tonight at the Theatre.
Tonight Miss Kate Castleton oppears
at Harper s theatre in "A Paper Doll."
One of the largest audiences of the
season witnessed the initial produc
tion of "A Paper Doll" at the De
troit last night by charming Kate
Castleton and her excellent company
of comedians. It is evident that
plot was not uppermost in the mind of
the composer of the skit, and, in fact.the
programme announces it as "a laughing
success." This statement is as near be
ing truthful as it is possible to be. There
was, unquestionably plenty of laughing
indulged in at tbe theatre last night, and
that it was a success goes without say
ipg. The company give the piece a "go"
of unmistakably large calibre . It was a
highly satisfactory performance. Those
who attended the play cared little for
plot and heartily enjoyed the comicali
ties of the actors. Miss Castleton is, of
course, the bright particular star, and
her work last night did not show her to
be on the wane in tbe slightest. In fact,
she is more brilliant than ever. She still
possesses the same charms as of yore.and
her singinging of the song "Spider and
Fly," was most artistically and graceful
ly done -Detroit Press
I nrerialaiy or the fowl IVeatht-r
During tbe past two weeks the migra
tory fowls wild ducks and geese - have
beeu having a rather tough time of it.
On warm, spring-like dajs, great fWks
could lie seen winging their flight to the
northwest. The succeeding cold days
would reverse the winging process. Dav
before yesterday and for several preced
ing days the solemn "honk" of gander
chiefs was heard as they led their fliKks
toward the northern breeding grounds.
Yesterday the birds had turned tail and
were scurrying southward again.
iU. i tlx. it l.lat ri.Pttrnt So..
UN nf letter nnralled for at the Postnfflce at
Rock Island, Rocfc Island conntv. Illinois.
Feb. 7, WW:
Adam W II Hot Prank
Bordncr Isaac Lewis Mrs I,
Brown Geo .) Lee Mire G
Carpenter Cast C Meyer Emma
llanby Alice O'Connor Clayton
De Kuvck John Porter .lustin
Ferris Master Merit Roe Mrs Suilci
Fitigerald J B Bage Henry
rluumoAB Smi'h Haitaj
Davis Jamci Skog Hlldon
To insure prompt delivery all mill matter
should he addressed to street and number.
Uivethe numocr of the list when railing for
advertised letters. HOWARD WKLLS, 1'. M
now to Wear nigh II.-. u
' This prejudice against hijth heels is a mis
take." remarked a shoemaker, as he prepared
to place au addition "lift" upon tbe heel of a
shoe which he held in his lap.
'It depends entirely upon the natural
shape of tbe foot. People with a high instep
require liifrh heels, and it is only the flat
footed who feel eosv with low heels.
'Slippers ure positively injurious to most
persons, especially if they attempt to do any
unu.-ual amount of walking in them The
low heels give no support to t lie au Lies and
cause the ankles to break down.
"Any person who hud m breaking in a
new iuir of shoes that there is a pain across
tbe instep should know at once that the heels
of tbe shoes ore too low. I am satisfied that
children suffer a great deal from this cause.
Every individual should team by experience
how high tbe heels of his shoes should be. and
select accordingly." Kansas Citv Globe
TJ. 8. SroNAL nrrin, l
Washington. I), c, Keb, 7. t
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
fold wave; drop of 84 degrees.
It is rumored that some of the paving
contractors will attempt to evade tbe
eight-hour ordinance of th's city, and the
friends of the tight -hour day are warned
to be vieilant in regard to this matter. A
public meeting will be held on this sub
ject at Hillier's hall on Tuesday evening.
Feb. 11, to consider this matter. Jivery
body is invited Rally and fill tbe hall
Preat Eight-Hour League.
Ed. Btjrrtll, Jb. , Secy.
The Rock Island Turner society will
hold a subscription masquerade ball at
Turner hall, Saturday evening, reb
15th. Those wishing to subscrilie can
do so at Turner hall, or of memliers of
the following committee: Ed. Goepel
Henry Holdorf, Jabob RetUch. Peter
Detlefs and R. Schlehar. Ticket- will
not be on sale tbe evening of tbe dance
For cuts, bruises, sprains or strains,
burns, scalds, frost-bites, chilblains, and
bites of poisonous Insects, nothing equals
Salvation Oil. It annihilates pain. Price
25c a bottle.
Distress after eating, heartburn, sick
headache and indigestion are cured by
Hood's Sarsaparilla. It also creates a
good appetite .
GOING FOR REV. GUE.
Rock Island Liquor Dealers
The Repent Sermon of the H. F..
Preacher Denounced in Vigorous
Lantnace hy the Protective Associa
tion. The Rock Island Liquor Dealers' Pro
tective association held a special meeting
at Turner hall this afternoon. President
Ranson in the chair, and the following
resolutions which explain themselves,
were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, On the 19th day of January
last at Harper's theatre, in this city, the
Rev. G. W. Gue in bis sermon, made sn
infamous attack on the saloon business
and those engaged in it, using the most
bitter, opprobrious and insulting lan
guage; be it
Resolved, That we, citizens of Rock Is
land county, and engaged directly and
indirectly in said business, as a body, con
sider said attack unwarranted, unpros
voked, unjustifiable and most unjust, and
the language used vile.low and unworthy
the position and station of him who in
dulged in it.
Resolved, Tnat we also consider our
business as honorable and respectable as
any other, that of said Rev. G. W. Gne
included, and those engaged in it as
worthy of respect, everything being
equal, as those following any other voca
tion: Resolved, That we believe and so state
the fact to be, that we and those engaged
in said traffic generally, have proved on
all proper occasions most liberal and
charitable and that many a dollar has been
contributed toward building and complet
ing the new Methodist church by those in
terested in said traffic and by our friends
and that therefore said minister adds to
the infamy of bis attack base ingratitude
and want of appreciation, which cannot
be censured too severely.
Resolved, Further, that we, as a body of
men and engaged in an honest traffic,
mode of life and making a living, and
above all, of law-abiding c'tizens, con
sider it to be our duty and due to our
selves and our interests, from now on to
take K9 firm, emphatic, bitter and uncom
promising a stand against said G. W.
Gue, his business and followers, as he has
seen fit, without cause or provocation to
assume against us and our business.
Fresh cocoanuts at May's.
Nice sweet cider at Barker's.
Broken crackers at F. G. Young's.
Chickens and turkeys at Barker's.
"A Paper Doll" at the theatre tonight.
Fresh strawberries and pineapples at
Choice turkeys and chickens at Brown
er's. Head lettuce, spinach and beets
Oranges S5c per dozen at F. G.
Geod music at tbe rink this evening
Choice new lettuce and spinach at C.
New lettuce, onions and raddishes at
at Geo. Browner'9.
Fresh lettuce, spinach and new beets,
at F. G Young's.
Rock Island encampment. No. 12, I
O O. F., meets tonight.
Sweet potatoes, eating apples, -tinges
and nice ripe bananas, at Long's.
Wm. Dressen leaves for New Orleans
Monday to spend a week in his old home.
The only place to buy choice turkeys
and chickens in the morning will be at C.
Mr. J. T. Walker, one of the solid ctt
izens of Canoe Creek, was in the city to
day on business.
The next dance of the Crescent club
will be held at Turner hall on Thursday
evening, Feb. 27.
Mr. James Cook, Hampton's well
known citizen, paid his respects to the
county seat today.
Mr. Geo. Schneider yesterday pur
chased the boot and shoe stock of Chas.
Pfoh, on Market square.
Julius Schutt. the erstwhile Davenport
real estate- dealer, was acquitted of the
charge of forgery in the Minneapolis
Mrs. Otto Gebhardt died at her home
on Elm street last evening at 9 o'clock,
aged twenty-five of consumption. She
leaves three children.
Julius R. Peetz, of Wabasha, has been
appointed cashier of the People's Na
tional bank, of which his father, Capt.
John Peetz, is president,
The body of Miss Jennie Warren, the
younc lauy nrowneo at Hampton a
week ago tomorrow, has not yet been re
covered, though the most diligent efforts
have been made to find it.
A cold wave is hearing down upon us.
The weather dispatcher has ordered
everything sidetracked to the zero sta
lion, wnicn win re reached at s a. m
tomorrow if the wave doesn't strike
Tbe Industrial school will he held Sat
urday afiernoon from I to 4 o'clock at
the Citizens' Improvement association
rooms, and any donations of material or
clothing or assistance in teaching will be
Boss Wells has planned for the decap
nation ot anomer rauniui aemocrauc
mail carrier and has received an edict
from Congressman Gest tbat John McMa
non is to oe tne successor and mat ne is
to take hold about tbe 15th.
Phillip H. Daum, the well known
barber, was ejected from R. Schwecke's
saloon on Moline avenue last evening and
be at once swore out a warrant before
Justice Cooke for Schwecke's arrest.
Trial is being had this afternoon.
W. Li. Douglas, tne snoe man, is
elected mayor of Brocton, Mass. Well,
we thought something would happen to
him. A man who so persistently keeps
his face before the people in liable to
make fortune and friends become hon
ored and rich. Moral advertise.
The Woman's Relief society of Rock
Island will hoi i its regular monthly meet-
idg tomorrow afternoon at 2:80 o'clock at
tbe Citizens Improvement association
rooms. All officers and those interested
in the promotion of the society are earn
8tly requested to be present or send in
their name- for membership.
Through an oversight tbe bid of Larkiu
& Stephens was overlooked among the
local firms mentioned in yesterday's
Attars in its comments on the proposals
for the paving extensions on Second ave
nue and oa Twentieth street. Messrs.
Larkin & Stephens bid on the basis of
eight hours constituting a day's work, and
they are entitled to the same considera
tion as tbe other local bidders.
The Cronin case has led the Illinois
Bar association to declare itself in favor
of a change in the jury system, providing
tbat a verdict of two thirds of a jury
shall be valid in civil cases, while in
criminal cases tbe defendant shall be ac
quitted unless two-thirds of the jury
pronounce him guilty, providing, how
ever, that the death penalty shall be im
posed on'y by a unanimous vote.
I The overhead wire system of street car
locomotion is becoming less popular the
more it is experimented with, and in St.
Louis the cry of public opinion is against
it solid. The Republic speaks of an at
tempt on the part of tbe Lindell railway
to adopt it on Washington avenue, that
city, as "overriding the public conven
ience and safety by running an overhead
electric wire on our principal avenue to
its great damage a plan sufficiently con
demned by the cry of experience for the
burial of all wires."
Supt. Scbnitger, of the Holmes lines,
returned from Chicago this morning
where he went to close a contract
for the iron and also to make
arrangements for the cars for the
new branch of the system on Nineteenth
and Fifteenth streets, and on Fourth ave
nue, an1 on Ninth street. When ssked
as to the prospects for the new steam
motors, something of an idea of which
have been giyen in the Arous, Supt.
Scbnitger replied: "The outlook is good,
and I think in a few months will reveal
something of interest to our patrons and
to the public. Be assured of one thing:
and that is tbat Mr. Holmes is not idle,
and while nc does not say much, his
roads here will yet have the best motive
power that has ever been invented."
C. A Steel, - - Manager.
ONE NtOIIT ONLY.
FRIDAY EVE., FEB. ?th.
The Idol of the Fan Loving Public. Pretty,
Under the management of Mt. Harry Phillips, in
the best Farce Comedy ever seen, entitled
A PAPER DOLL
Supported by her own admirabln company
Sparkling Music, Brilliant Marches,
Beautiful Dances, Exquisite ("ostnmcs.
Pretty Girls, Topical Songs.
Char. A. Steel, - Manager.
But One Performance,
KverythingXew . Better and Funnier
Great Cast !
Peats on sale at usual place three davs in ad
vance. Prices Si 00, 75, 50 and S5c .
Jnst received, all
to be sold at
10 Gents per Copy,
by mail 11 cents.
Identical ith that for which
you are asked to pay from
four to ten times our price by
and Banjo strings
at low prices.
Call and see for yourselves.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Iiltnd nouie.
Secured by First Mortgage,
rOR SALS AT
6$ AND 7 PER OKNT.
INTIBSST COLLICTID WITHOUT CHKO.
No trouble or expense eparcd to secure choicest
Oar Fourteen year' experience and long es
tablished local agendas give us
Call or write for circulars ur references.
MoftititMPu .Davenport Id.
m atma or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest T per cent cemi annually, collected and
remitted Tree or charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms 3 and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
818 Main St., DAVENPORT, LA.
Spring Weather, isn't it? It is beginning to look like Spring At
New Spring Goods are coming in lively, and this week ft special
early offering will be made as noted below. An im
mense assortment of latest effects in
-SATINES AT 10 AND 12c A YARD-
You ougbt to see how handsome these Satines are. Designs
taken from the French. No season has shown as beautiful Ging
hams as this. Splendid variety iust placed on sale.
GINGHAMS 10 AND 12c A YARD
Yon can scarcely tell many of them from the Scotch. They
are worth seeing seeing yon will
At the same time we will show new
spring wear in benricttas, serees and mohairs. Special attentions called to new ad
ditions in black goods department. Prices bottom.
Uon t overlook us on white goods snd embroideries.
Rock Island. Illinois.
Geo. W. 13. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St , under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among tho many bargains offered:
A tine large house with al' modern improve
ments, good barn, trees, etc.. S acres of land, fine
location, jnst ontside the city limlta tear the
street cars; cheap, easy terms.
A nice brick resilience, with all mO''crr, im
provements, larire trrounds, on Elm street, for sale
cheap on easy terms.
Two s'ory dwelling, six rooms, pood well, cis
tern and cellar. Iinre barn, acre of land, withiu
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A good house aMl im provements with about 4
acres of land suitable for Hardening about three
Stiles from Hock I-land. for sale cheap.
$1,000 will buy 80 acres of lind. partly improv
ed, in Cordova township.
$1,500 will buy a (tool to acre farm, good im
provements, on reasonable terms .
A nice residence, large lot. in one of the beat
neighborhoods on Twenty-third street, cheap.
Onlyafewof those fine lota left in Mlxter'a
addition us Twenty-second and Twenty-third
$175 dollars will huv a lot 84cllf. corner of
Fifth avenue and Eighth street.
$380 will buy a good lot 0Ox-. well located, on
A good eighty-acre farm, well located In this
county will take house and lot In this city for
Men s Felt Shoes 91 00
" Felt Boot Overs 1 00
" Arctics , 1 00
" Rubbers 40
" Clop. SO
Women' . Arclit s 75
High Button Uaittrs 66
Boy's Arctics 50
M tses' High Button G niters 60
" Rubbers 25
Children's Arctics 50
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Encyclopcpia, valued at 96,
to each customer buying 925 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you the Book and explain how you can get tt free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
3939 Fifth Avenue.
importations in Woo!en Dress Goods for
Two dwelling houses, lot 90x184. on Moline ave
A flrst-class 80 acre farm, with good Improve
menu, in Bowling township, cheap.
A No. 1 one hundred and sixty acre farm,
flrst-class improvements, cheap.
A nice bluff property,
trees, fruit, etc., cheap
large grounds, shade
Two or three acres on the
bluff, floe land for
building or gardening.
Some of the beat lots in Dodge s addlUoa on
SO or 40 acres, with good improvements, on the
A ood lot en the bluff in Rodman's ab-d:ws
lou, cheap .
$400 will buv a fine A aere lot Just onUlde city
limits, on biuff.
A good house, barn and floe comer lot la the
upper part of the oity convenient to tbe saw m.ll,
depot and island, cheap.
A nice twi story dwelling, weil located on
Twentieth street, cheap,
$1 onu will buv six seres with soma improve
menu, on the bluff.
MOO will boy a honse with four rooms, conrea
leat to the lower fsctories .