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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1890.
Cook Stoves j Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES.
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
Wrought Steel Ranges
:-gTEsti mates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1617 Second avenne, Rook Ist.and, Ills.
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
Plnsh Cabinet Albums 38 cents,
Leather Cabinet Albums 78 cents.
Sleds Below Cost,
Work Baskets Below Cost,
Stationery at 29 per cent off,
Cabinet Frames 20 per rent off,
. Bibles at Cost,
Wall Paper at and Below Cost
Window Shades at Cost.
BIG BARGAINS in Every Department for we MUST
CLOSE out our Stock in Twenty Days.
HAS KEMOVED TO
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Next door to Crampton's Bookstore.
Tbe Public is corlially Invited to inspect our new Gallery. The finest West of
Cuictko without any exception. We have the only camera in this vicinity 'argc
enough o make life size Photographs direct. We have the only Gallery in this city
which It first class in all IU appointments, in fact it contains more Instruments,
Back Grounds, Photographic Furniture, etc , than all the other Galleries in this
"ity combined We have a reputation of the highest order an '. also the febOrtj and
determination to sustain it,
-We go east for New Goods, and from now until then
It will pay you to GO
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. BRADY AND SECOND,
Rt ck IV and Car stops at our door.
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c a Bottle.)
For Liver and. Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Regular Monthly Meeting of the
m pro vent ent A ssociation .
Mac laaloa or the (aiming Factors'
the Traanaalaeloa of Fewer, Etr
i m onraslBK Outlook if Proper
Mark In Dene.
At ast night's regular meeting of the
Citizens' Improvement association. Vice
Presic ent Carse presided in the absence
of resident Haas. Tbe proceedings
were ntirely informal and partook of the
nalur of a genera) discussion of the pro
posed industries relative to Rock Island's
advancement, in which Messrs. P. L.
Mitch 11. Phil Mitchell, A. C. Dsn, H.
W. Disinberre, W. H. Judge, T. J Me-
dill . I , Henry Ca'ae and J. M. Buford
Mr. P. L Mitchell, chairman of the
cannii g faetoiy committee, made his re-
port, showing that the companv now
locate 1 at Milan would require a capital
stock of $20,000 before moving to
Rock Island, and of that much $2 000
would be taken by present stockholders
in the company, tbe other stockholders
at pre ent retaining interests and whose
homes are in Milan, desiring to
pull cut if the industry is removed.
Mr. Mi.!,,'1 stated that if the company
could show that it had come out clear
on its first season's t usiness, and could
come O Ruck Island free from itpht or
incum irances of any kind, he wauld be
illini: to take some stock in it. The
merit3 of the institution were fully set
forth, he great advantages to accrue to
Rock Island explained, and it was re-
gardf-c by all present as the best thing
for Kf k Island that had been talked of
in yeais. The committee was continued,
and urajed to do all it could to bring the
indust yto Rock Island.
The nnmes of Dr. G. L Eyster and
Mr. J. H. Southwell, county superintend-
ant of chools, were nronosed for mem-
bershi)!, and unanimously elected.
Mr A. C Dart brought up the matter of
transmission of the power from Sears dam
in Roc river to Rock Island by electric
ity. He believed a company could be
formet to bring that power to Rock Isl
and af er first converting ihe mechanical
power into electricity and then recon-
vcrtini it into the mechanical Dower .
He bei eved that little factories and in-
dusirii s would spring up all over town as
a cons -queiicc. It would encourage and
stimul tte manufacturing, and he had
learnet from reliable authority that $ 15.
000 w( uld put in the apparatus fortrans
Mr. H. W. Dussinberre reported that
the Sei.rs dam afforded the capacity for
the de -elopment of 3,500 horse power
and mi de further statements of interest
and va ue to tbe association concerning
the po ver and the possibilities for bring
ing ab-nit it? transmission to Rock Island.
Finally, after others had spoken on the
subjer it was regarded as the sense of
the meiting that the committee on man
ufactu cs in whose hands the matter bad
been p need at the previous meeting, be
reques ed to put forth every exertion to
have t ie power transmitted The com
mittee on manufactures is composed of
Messrs Phil Mitchell, W. B Ferguson,
E II liuverandA V. Blakeslev.
Itaya Kroaa the HradllgRt.
The roads arc all hauling immense
trains .if ice from upper river points for
the soi th nnw .
Freight Agent Stoddard, of the C. R.
I fc P , hss received notice of a reduc
tion ii freight rates from Chciatro to
Rock Inland to take effect Feb. 17th as
follow.' r first c' ass. 40; second class, 88;
th'rd. .2; fourth. 17; fifth, 12.
The Milwaukee officials who were in
B ck I land yesterday for a brief stay, are
on a tt ur of inspection of the C, M. &
St. P. system and have been as far west
as Omi.ha on the Council Bluffs division.
At Corlova tbey stopped long enough to
consult r putting in a siding for the Web
ster tin e kilns there
A peculiar accident happened in the
Burling ton yards at the foot of Seven-
tnth atreet Wednesday evening.
Switch engine 351, Engineer Adams
at it i throttle, was coming down
from rloline with a number of freight
cars i mpties and loads when switch
engine 364, Engineer Dempsey in
charge pulled out over the switch and
on to tie same track that tbe locomotive
from Moline was coming in on. Tbe
to iion steeds came together with a
crash, ut strange to say, apart from the
tearini of the 6tep off tbe 351. no dam
age was done.
The reception given by Mrs 8. B Ed-s-n
an 1 the Misses Charlotte. Lucy and
Blanc! e Buford at the Buford mansion
at the lead of Eighteenth street yester
day afternoon, was a brilliant event in
the sot i.'ty annals of Rock Island. The
hours rere from 3 to 7 and during that
time tl e beautifully decorated bouse was
visited by a great many guests.
Mr. tnd Mrs. C. L. Walker gave a te-
ceptiot. at their home on Nineteenth
street last evening In honor of Mr. and
Mr.G W Boynton. Mr. Boynton was,
becaus; of business calling him to Den
ver, ut able to be present. Mrs. Boynton
was aisisted by Mr. and Mrs. Walker,
Mr. Ct as. Stoddard and Mum Susie Stod
dard. The rooms were prettily decorated
with flowers, elaborate refreshments
were a rved and a large number attend
Abraham Lincoln, or Illinois.
Stocd on the battlefield of Gettysburg
and or tbe 19ih of November, 1883, dedi
cated i n the grandest oration of his life.
the sa red ground to the memory of the
noble lead, and there declared "that they
shall lot have died in vain . " At Har
per's t leatre on Tuesday next we will see
the hi llowed spot where the great presi
dent s ood and proclaimed to the world
and n ankind, "that our nation, under
God, should have a new birth of free
doom, and that the government of the
people . by the people, and for the peo
ple, ah all not perish from the earth."
Home Property Holder Will Oppose
ontinnatton Voder the Right
Hour Ordinance. -The Eighteenth
Atreet Contract CHaehet Anyway
A great many will learn with surprise
that a remonstrance is being quietly but
no less vigorouslv circulatsd on lower
Second avenue, asking the council to re
call its ordinance for the extension of tbe
brick paving below Fourteenth street
This idea which threatens blocking
a continuation of the solid street
improvements which formed so im
portant and advantageous a part of
Rock Island's advancement last season
is attributed to the stand taken by
tbe council and the labor societies with
regard to tbe enforced eight-hour day in
work of this kind. The citizens who
have fathered the remonstrince claim
that under the eight hour ordinance they
will be obliged to pay more pro p. i nous
ately for tbe pavement than otherwise
and rather than do this tbey would pre
fer to do without the improvement.
Ihe A rocs does not believe in
forcing improvements, such as would
wo k a hardship lo property holders,
but it believes the council has shown
an abundantly conservative spin! in
such matters, and has adopted a
course that will be generally regarded
as proper in showing its aver
sion to remonstrances. Street im
provements do not alone affect the props
erty holders. They concern the entire
city and its welfare, and tbe municipal
body would set a bad precedent by mak
ing a practice of sustaining remonstran
ces without a thorough investigation.
On Twentieth street tbe same senti
ment prevails, a meeting having been
held yesterday at Mitchell & Lynde's
bank of a number of the property holders
nterested, and tbe result will probably
be a petition to tbe council at its next
meeting. The aim of the citizens is not
to thwart the paving operations, but to
urge that they be not compelled to suf
fer in consequence of tbe eight-hour law.
They want the pavement, but they don't
want to pay unreasonably for it.
The claim that tbe eight hour law is to
materially increase tbe cost of tbe im
provement is probably overdrawn, as the
laboring men who have formulated and
succeeded in establishing tbe eight hour
law in Rock Island, have emphatically de
clared that tbe question of wages does
not enter into the matter. They want
the eight hour law and are willing to ac
cept pay accordingly. It may take some
what longer to do the work, but the cost
to the property holders will not be enough
higher to be felt.
Messrs. Atkinson & Olof yesterday filed
with City Clerk Koehler tbe bond for tbe
two blocks of brick pavement on Eigh
teenth street between First and Third
avenue. It is in the sum of $10,000 and
is signfd by Messrs. T. H Thomas and
John Crubaugh. Tbe work will be com
menced the first thing in the spring.
Rose Hill's Folly company gave a fine
variety entertainment at Harper's thestre
last evening before an audience, which,
due no doubt to tbe company's manner
of advertising, was strictly masculine.
The performance was first-class from
first to last and devoid entirely of objec
Tomorrow night Mr Frank Jones' "Si
Perkins" company is to appear. The
Philadelphia Ledger says:
"The best play ever seen here" was the
expressed verdict of many after the per-
rormance by "Si Perkins and his com
pany last evening. And certainly in the
way of pure, good comedy, well set and
well performed, we have seen nothing for
many a day equal to this. Notwith
standing tbe rain and general disagreeable
state of tbe weather, there was a good
sized audience present, and had it been
clear, the hall would unquestionably have
neen packed. Ihe cast was a large and
very capable one. There was no suspi
cion of the amateur about their work, but
everything was as clean-cut as could be.
Tbe play was pre-eminently designed to
amuse. Tbe audience began to laugh
almost as soon as the curtain went up
and kept it up until its final fall. But at
tbe same time there is a very interesting
and well defined plot, which includes tbe
abduction of a child, the evil scheming of
an old deacon and the assistance of a
gypsy, all wrongs being righted and
everything made straight, of course, at
A lodger in Gordon's hotel skipped out
yesterday morning with a t35 suit of
clothes belonging to Lott Petcber. a regu
marshal Miner this morning received a
letter from W. S Seavey. chief of police
of Omaha, thanking him for bis courtesy
to Capt. Mostyn in regard to tbe forger.
Ise, and requesting tbe marshal to take
Ise in cbarge as soon as he- is released
The Davenpoit Time man, who has
thus far rather got the worst of his at
tacks upon the police force of that city.
has now turned his attention to the Rock
Island police force. When Rock Island
needs reformation it will not apply to the
Time office for a leader for its crusade.
Mrs. Thomas O'Connor, of 817 Four
teenth street, complained to the police
this morning that her husband has of late
manifested symptoms of insanity and
that at 3 o'clock this morning be left
home saying that he was going to drown
himself. He did not return, but this
morning he was at work as usual. This
afternoon Mrs- O'Connor filed informity
before Judge Adams for an inquisition
Belief Society Work
Tbe attention of tbe ladies of the city
is directed to the good work done every
Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock at
the Industrial school held at the Citizens
Improvement rooms. The object of the
school is to teach children who attend it
to sew and make garments for themselves
from material donated by any who are
interested in tbe work. This appeal is
made especially to interest ladies in
donating all kinds of material for cloth
ing and it is sincerely hoped it will not
be in vain. Mrs. J. S. Gil more is much
interested in this work and proves a most
efficient directress and donations can be
sent to her bouse or to any who are con
nected with the Relief society. Com
I". 8. Smnax. Orncr, i
Washington, d. c. Feb,14. I
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
Clearing and colder weather.
AT THE CAPITAL.
The Rock Island and Moline Dele
gates at Washington
Am Interesting Letter r row Mayor
SIcConoehle -The Effort R In Behalf
or the tiun Factory and the Viadnrt
Special Correspondence to the Abscs :
Washington, Feb. 11. Mr. Hass.Mr
Ainswortb and myself left Chicago Sun
day at S p. m. for Washington on the
New York limited over the Pennsylvania
central road via Uarrisburg, arriving here
at 5:55 p. m Monday. We were unable
to find Congressman Oest that evening,
but we found Congressman Walter I.
Hayes of the Second Iowa district, in
whom we found a very courteous gentle
man who treated us very nicely, inviting
us to stop at his boarding bouse on O street
and we accepted. This morning we lo
cated Congressman Oest at tbe Randall,
on Pennsylvania ayenue, near tbe treas
ury department. We met several con
gressmen together with Senator Cullom,
and we made good our opportunities to
impress upon them the importance of tbe
gun factory location and the viaduct.
Upon request we will write out for him a
comple statement of the viaduct for Mr.
Cannon's committee so that tbey will un
derstand tbe facts thoroughly when the
suhject comes up some weeks hence.
Senator Cullom recognized Mr. Hass,
and expressed himself as heartily in
favor of tbe gun factory project. He
thinks tbe time has come to commence
manufacturing at Rock Island arsenal, and
will do everything possible to bring it
about . Nothing can be done at present
not until after Col. Whitlemore's plans
and recommendations are received
Congressman Hayes kindly offend to
accompany us to tbe secretary of war,
but we have not called yet, it being tbe
idea of Senator Cullom that we have as
large a delegation of western members
call at tbe war department together as
possible. The senator agreed to present
our case and we hope to have him backed
by tbe Iowa and Illinois delegations to
congress and as many others as we can
get to sustain us In our efforts.
1 visited the capitol today and spent
some time in tbe senate and bouse cham
bers. In the upper branch of tbe national
legislature it appeared to be bill day.
Nothing important was transpiring, but
in the house the question of the adoption
of the new and talked of rules was un
and is under debate, which I understand
will close Friday. Mr. Grosvenor, on tbe
republican side, spoke in favor and Mr.
Holman, on the democratic side, spoke in
opposite These gentlemen were followed
by Mr. Pyson, of Illinois.
Nice spring chickens at F. Q Young's.
Jersey sweet potatoes at C. C. Trues-
Fresh green vegetables at Browser's
Nice lettuce, spinach and celerv at F.
Chas. Case, of Ottawa, is in the citv on
a brief yisit.
Ladies free at the rink Saturday even
ing, eb. 1MB.
Armour's and Gilmore's choice ham at
F. G. Youna's.
Messrs. Will Dart and W. B. Movers are
in St. Louis.
Choice spinach, lettuce and fresh celerv
Nice ban.nas, oranges and fine eatina
apples at Bennett's.
Fine small young turkeys and chiekens
at C. C. Truesdale's.
Ducks, chickens and turkevs at Brown-
er's Elm street grocery.
Soup hunches, parsley, onions, lettuce.
spinach and celery at C. C Truesdale's.
Mr. Benj. Whitsitt returned from Chi
cago this morning and left for bis home
at Preemption .
Lost A B R R. B Din at Harrier's
theatre the 13th. A reward of 2 will be
paid for its return to 420 Perry street.
St. Valentines day is of more imDor-
tance to Mrs. Rev. G. W. Gue than any
thing cupid could bring. It is her fiftieth
Geo. Lipton's house at Preemntion u
destroyed by fire a week airo. entailing a
loss of $4,000. The school children
saved the furniture.
Hon. R G. Horr. of Saginaw. Mich..
is at the Harper. He delivers a lecture
at Harper's theatre tonight on: "Is the
naooon Uur Cousin.
The remains of Mrs. McLauehlin ar
rived from the west tnis morninp. and
ere taken to the residence of her son,
rom which tbe funeral will be held.
A little prairie fire southeast of the citv
lsst evening afforded a beautiful illumin
ation and led many to believe tbat dire
destruction of propetty was in progress.
The Rock Island Silver Platine works
naveeieciea omcers as follows: W. B
rerguson, J. R. Johnston, J. F. Robin
son, C. L Walker and W. T. Mseill.
Mr. W. D. Webster, of Cordova, was
in town today. Mr. Webster hss dis
posed of his general store at Cordova and
is devoting himself entirely now bis lime
Mr. H. C. Ashbaugb. late of the Union
nas maae a deal hv whnh he neoimc
proprietor of tbe Eu Claire, (Wis.) Free
Pre, and disposes of his former news
paper property at Newton, Kansas.
Rumor has it that Rev. H. C. Leland.
of the First Baptist church, is to resign
nts pulpit here soon to so to Morgan
ram, ill., to perfect bis studies wjth
view of acquiring the title of doctor of
onerin bhvis returneu this morning
irom a trip to Joiiet and to t ort ayne
He accompanied the female horse thief
Lou Schardine, to tbe stste peitentiary.
and then went over into Hoosierdom to
look after business matters.
air. o. y . vsaeii, or ron tsyron, is
still quite ill, and grave fears have been
entertained as to his recovery. Dr. Craie
was summoned in consultation with Ur
Morgan tbe other day. At last accounts
tbe patient was resting easier.
The Chicago Tribune special savs that
the eight hoar pay bill for Rock Island
arsenal workmen is regarded with favor
by tbe house committee on labor and will
probably receive its Indorsement almost
unanimously. Tbe sub-committee has
reported it favorably to the full commit
Agent Geo. W. Stansberry. of the Ad
ams Express company, is distributing a
very neatly bound and arranged shippers
guide with the compliments of the Adams
company- ine guide comprises all
points in the world reached by exprew.
not onlv by tbe Adams lines alone, but
all points reached by other companies.
A Ooo4 Appetiu
is essential to good health; but at this
season it is often lost, owing to the por
erty or impurity of tbe blood, derange
ment of the digestive organs, and the
weakening effects of tbe changing sea
ton. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a wonderful
medicine for creating an appetite, toning
the digestion, and giving strength to the
whole system . How is tbe time to lake
it. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The ladies of the Central Presbyterian
church will give a suDPer from 6 to 8
o'clock Friday evening, the 14th, at Mrs
Fred Hass'. Each truest will secure a
good supper and a valentine for 25 cents
All are cordially invited to be there.
Mrs. W. H. Gst. Sec.
An important Element
Of tbe success of Hood's Sareaparilla is
tbe fact that every purchaser receives a
fair equivalent for bis money. The fa
milliar headline. "100 Doses One Dol
lar," stolen by imitators, is original with
and true only of Hood s sarsaparilla
This can easily be proven by any one
who desires to test tbe matter. For
real economy, buy only Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. Sold by all druggists.
"Those little girls across the street,
never go out mamma. They look from
the window all day long. 1 wonder why
they don't play out as we do?" "Ob!
they're very much to be pitied their poor
mother never has heard of Dr. Bull's
Cough 8yrup. "
A peculiarity of Hood's Sarsaparilla is
that while it purifies the blood, it im
parts new vigor to every function of the
Masks of all kinds at Taylor's . s
C. A. Steel, Manager.
ONE NIOHT ONLY,
SATURDAY EVE., FEB. 15th
Engagement of the Favorite Comedian.
Mr. FRANK JONES,
In B. K Lorke'a Rural Picture, entitled
traox ptjohtowjj) Introducing a
Qnartette of Singers,
A t oll orchestra.
The Dance of the Deacons,
The Threshing Machine at Work on the Stage.
Six New Characters Added.
Flay Entirely re-written, and presented with a
full and efficient company. The only
PUGBTOWN FARMER BAND
Parade each day.
Price 25. 50 and 75c. Jests nt usual place.
C. A. Steel, - . Manager.
TUESDAY EVE., FEB. 18th,
Matinee for Ladies and Children at S o'clock.
-THE SUPERB SPECTACLE
S' KIS OF
Thirty-three Battle Flsgs,
Six Thousand Prisoners,
Thirteen Thousand Stand of Small Arms
AND WIN a
Admission. 50 and Sj cents. Mitinep I iHUt
.-c : cnnaran. in cent-
JOHN Bl FOKD POST NO. 43, O. A. R
Jnst received, all
to be sold at
10 Cents per Copy,
by mail 11 cents.
Identical with 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 Roct Island nouae.
Secured by First Mortgage.
.r ' U SALS AT
6 AND 7 FKR CKNT.
1WTERSST COLLXCTSD WlTBOCT CHARSt.
So trooble or expense spared to secure choicest
Onr Fourteen years experience and long ea
tablished local agendas giTe us
Call or write for circulars or rferncea
Rooms So.ai.Afc, rr ,
Moni&-rfcru: DavemPort lo.
rs srs or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 7 per cant semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms s and 4 Maeonlc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
818 Main St, DAVENPORT, LA.
AN ADVERTISEMENT should be a public statement of
a fact. A misleading advertisement never paid in the long run
and seldom in the short run. Customers are not fools in any
community. When told by a naming advertisement that dollar
goods are to be sold for a quarter, they begin a mental calcula
tion, and will, ten chances to one, figure it out that the advertiser
lied twice as much as he really did. Mclntlre Bros, propose
to advertise facts. They are now receiving their spring goods.
In Woolen Dress Goods the leading fabrics are Mohairs,
Serges and Henriettas, which we show in blacks and colors. Mo
hairs 30c per yard up to $1.10. You will be pleased with weight
and finish of three special numbers of Black Silk finished Hen
riettas at 83c, 89c and 98c per yard, 46 inch wide.
Wash Goods are seasonable and in good demand. Wise
women will not put off their purchases till the eleventh hour.
Ginghams in beautiful plaids at 10c and 12c, fast colors.
Satines will be pormlar. There is a fashionable fondness
for the colorless tans, ior grey and blac's and the various tints of
purple, including violet, petunia, and lavender, all liberally toned
with white and darker shades. . We show the larcrest assort
ment we have ever opened at 10c, 12c up to 25c a yard.
We don't ask you to select from samnles fas some of our
neighbors request you to do in
me goods in stock now. Embroideries and White Goods are
very reasonable in prices this season.
Hock Island. Illinois.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St , under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The f ollowini? are among the many bargains offered i
A fine large house w, ah all modern imDrove-
menta. good barn, trees. t tc. S acres of land, tine
location, just outside the city limita tear the
atreet cars : cheap, easy terms.
A nice hrick reeUcnce, with ali mo-tern im
provementa, laree ground", on Elm street, toraale
cheap on easy terms.
Two story dwelling, sn room, good well, cis
tern and cellar, large bam, v acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A good honse and improvements wi?h about 4
acres of land suitable for gardening about thrae
m lea from Koclc Island, for sale cheap.
f 1.000 will boy 80 acres of land, partly improv
ed, in Cordova township.
$2,500 will buy a (too 1 so acre farm, good im
provementa. on reasonable terms
A nlca residence, large lot, in one of the heat
neighborhoods on Twenty-third street, cheap.
Only a few of thoae fine lot left in M liter's
add-tici: on Twenty-second and Twenty-third
tlT&dollara will lmv a lot iin. corner of
Fifth avenue and Eighth street.
f60 will buy a good lot 50x82. well locted,on
A good e'.ghty-acre farm, well located In this
county w 11 uka house and lot in this city for
Men s Felt Shoes tl 00
" Felt Boot Orers 1 00
" Arctics 1 00
' Alaskas 60
" Rubbers 40
" Clous 50
Women's Arcties 75
" High Button Gaiters 5
Boj's Arctics 50
M sses'High Button Gaiters 60
Rubbers ' 25
" Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 50
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Encyclopepia, rained at $6,
to each customer buying 925 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you the Book and explain how yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second AventM.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
2929 Fifth Arena.
their advertisements) but have
Two dwelling houses, lot 90x111. on Molina ave
A first-class 80 acre farm, with good improva
menta. tn Bowling township, cheap.
A ?fo. l one hundred and sixty acra farm, with
first-class improvements, cheap.
A nice blnff property, large grounds, ahada
trees, fruit, etc , cheap
Two or three acre on the bluff, fin land for
building or gardening.
Rome of tbe best lota in Dodga'a addition on
SO or 40 acres, with good improvements, on th
A sood lot c.u tbe b'lUfl in Rodman a tab-division,
t400 will buv a fii.e H acre lot juat outalde city
hmits, on b.nS.
A good bouse, barn and fine corner lot la the
upper part of the city convenient to the saw m U,
depot and island, cheap.
A nice two story dwelling, well located on
Twentieth aireet, cheap,
$1,000 will bur ix acres with some lmprove
mente, on the duff .
WOO will bay a house with four rooms, conven
ient to the lower factories.