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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 18S0.
We start in no Monday a m Feb. 17,
witb nor annual aprlng sale of corseis; 1(
la. and baa bran our aim at this sale to
Dune a list of prices that will secure a
patronage for tbia department, for the
season at lean', and we have found that
where a customer ia owe made for our
Coraet di pari merit ahe usually provea a
p Tmanrnt one We however are still
anxious to enlarge the department and
increaae the business. In additton to the
special Inducement offered to purchasers
of the Downs' Self Adjusting corsets,
which la aet forth In a circular letter ad
ttmmi to many of tha heading ladiea of
mirclty. we ahal! offer some of the grand
est harsaina in Comet It haa ever been
our good fortune to mm Pirat. we
shall atari big job run In 75c corsets;
we aball aell at 84c Another good Mr'
coraet goes In- week for 5(tc. The A La
Modele atrip coraet 75c.
T. J . . .. - -
sw vevaa imm nays only n.e celebrated McCabea Health" corsets will be
,V tny ou.er tim,- I ) la the lowest The genuine Dr Schilling's
Health Preaertrlne roraeta with elhaiic aide aectiona reduced to 79c Dr Downs'
celebrated Self A.ljnailne creels In all grades and blacka mav be returned after a
month wear if no- aatlafactory Downa' Self Adjusting Nursing corsets onlv $1 (10
The Feath.rban Nursing coraeta now only f 1 22 Ma.tam Mora'a Cut-Awav or
,,n,,"r' !? A. la Roae Short Whiat corset 92c R & G. extra lontr waiat
c..rei at mi W 4. hi and IWO bone coraeta
T rr",cu w.itbii ann wr .u no 3)48 coraeta in aaaorted colors. Children
coraeta and corset walato at 5c. Lilies' and misses' celebrated Ferria waiat all
aixes. and n other rare bargains in corsets which will be on sals all week A full
aiitinuance is expeced.
1712 1714. 1716. 1718. 172Q and 1722 Sboowd Avenue
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
Plush Cabinet Albums 38 cents,
Leather Cabinet Albums 78 cents.
Sleds Below Cost,
Work Basket Below Cost,
Stationery at 20 jier cent off,
Cabinet Frames 20 per cent off;
Bibles at Cost,
Wall Paper at and Below Cost
Window Shades at Cost.
BIO BARGAINS in Every Department for we MUST
CLQ8E out our Stock In Twenty Days.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
KOHN & ADLER'8,
HOST 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.
CASHMERE OMBRES !
To the Ladies of Rock Island:
The newest handsomest and moat
stylish waab dress goods that has ever
oeen piacea on the market just received
Over 90 patterns aa beautiful aa ailk
durable aa gingham, much prettier than
satteens or coalites, and best of all, the
lateu nevelty in the dress goods world.
The csshmere ombres printed bv E Pots
ter St Co., Mar Chester, England, are the
oniy genuine goods el thetr class. All
others wilh simolv the nannre tirfept ar
domestic imitations with the old satine
finish and much coarser, while the gen
nine cashmere ombres have the new wool
finish so popular in Europe. Ladiea
should Insist on having the cashmere
omnre marked rotter A Co on
each piece and not be misled by imi
tatinna. Sale commencec on Monday
all go at 91 .110 Alao a fall line of MO
KINGSBURY & SON,
170ft Secend Avenue.
ROCK ISLAND ILL.
Aldtrmanic DiwuHsion as Well as
At I ion .
it i.r the Matter that aterelvrtf
Aitratlaa UM iattit-- The styateai
r I Bvms he I'UNh. o
Tb moat Important matter before last
night 9 council meeting waa the action on
the p ivtng bids received at the previous
meet! ig for the extensions on Twentieth
street and on Second avenue. The ex
pec lei I remonstrances did not fall to ma
terialue, and the council's action with
reference to them will not diaappoin
thoae who bad pinned their faith to the
aldeman doing their duty, and standing
by th ir determination to push the sys
tern if street improvement adopted
nearlj a year ago. The council perhaps
adopt d the wisest course possible; it re.
ceiverl ihe remonstrances, and ordered
tliem iled, and ordered all the bida re
read, iMiajMsl them all. but at once
ordend that new ones be advertised for
to he opened the second meeting in
Marcr The contract would have been
award ad last night had there been one
bid tl t complied strictly with there-
qmreoientsof the advertisement, but not
one fully met the specifications. That of
At kin on & Oloff came the nearest, tbt
only error in it bring that numerals were
used i istead of letters as required . Tak
ing lb t view that none of the bids were
specifically correct, the council threw
them ill out and adopted a course under
which all technicalities will be provided
for in he forthcoming bids. The senti
ment ( f the council waa that the paving
was ti' continue and that the record it
has established thus far is not to he
charao erlzed by a backward tendency at
In t le discussion that preceeded the
-ounc:l's action. Aid Scbroeder, Larkin,
Howa d, Hampton and Corken expressed
itx-ras Ives solidly for a continuation of
the im irovementa and all alluded to the
mistak;n idea that the eight hour law
to enter in the slightest particular into
the contract for the continuation of the
City Attorney Haas stated that a great
many property holders had called upon
him in much agitation over the estimates
tbey b id received from the commission"
era designated by the city council and
thougt t they were being robbed and
treated outrageously, etc. He thought
that al such alarm was entirely prema
ture ai d wholly unwarranted, based eith
er on i jnoranoe or a faulty interpretation
of stat itory provisions. The estimate by
the conmissioners is high to be sure, hut
it is better to have It high in order to
cover everything. The commissioners
can do nothing but take that estimate as
a basis. The estimate is intended to in
clude everything, and under that estimate
the tot il cost for each foot would have
been for each street, but after the
contract is let, the actual coat can be
figured and then he would go into court
and have the estimate modified to meet
that ac ual cost. The city attorney di
rected the council to the aectiou of the
statute) applicable in such cases--aec-
tion 14 of article 9 of the general incor
porate ) act v Starr & Curtis page 498,
The court before which any such
proceer logs may be pending ahall
have authority at any time before
final bdjoiirnmcnt, to modify, alter.
change, annul or confirm any assess
turn i let urn d as aforesaid, or cause
tny asiessment to be recast by the
same ct mmiasioner whenever it shall be
necessary for the attainment of justice, or
ma Hp j unt other commissioners in the
place all or any of the commissioners
first appointed, for the purpose of mak-
ng such assessment or modifying, alter
ng, cb nging or recasting the same, and
may tale all such proceedings and miKe
all such orders as may be necessary to
make a true and just assessment of the
cost of such improvement according to
the pnn :iple of this act, and may from
time to time, as may be necessary, con
tinue tte application for that purpose as
to the hole or any part of the premiaes.
Mr. I laaB desired to assure the prop
erty bol lers that as Boon as the con racis
were le , be would appear in the county
court and enter a motion that the pro
portion! ite costs to each property bolder
be so m idified and amended as to con
form to the actual total cost which would
not, he was satisfied, exceed S400 on
Whet the remonstrances against the
paving mi Moline avenue and the work
already contracted for on Eighteenth
street were presented, they caused a rip
pie of Uughter among the aldermen, but
they mat given the courtesy extended
the "ti, t petitions aimply filed. As to
tne Mr line avenue remonstrance, Aid.
Edwarrs asked if the man who had
walked forty miles in three boura getting
it up htd not got it in a little premature
after al T With reference to Eighteenth
street. Aid. Hchroeder said it was settled,
and the contract let before the eight hour
ordinan -e was adopted.
Aid. Buncber's ordinance witb refer
ence to peddlers reaches the end so long
aimed at by the Ahouh. Under its pro
visions peddlers must hereafter pay a
license t $2 60 per day, 96 per week and
$20 pe month, except the peddlers of
venison poultrf, fish and wild game, and
with Aid. Coken's additional section
that discretionary power be given the
mayor t3 grant permission to old soldiers
or cripples to peddle free, If passed by
unanim us vote.
The c mncil snowed its public spirit in
promptly granting the ordinance asked
for by Mitchell A Lynde to drill an arte
sian we 1 for their proposed new business
block ft r elevator, closet and other pur
poses, ta well as to supply a public
J : inkiu fountain, and water trough, and
a petition from Mitchell A Lynde that
the tow -r at the corner of their building
be ord ired removed, was properly re
f erred The tower interferes with the
plans f( r the new building, and some ac
tion looting to iu removal, will, of course
Aid. ISvans' resolution that Congress
man Qe it be requested to Inquire Into the
merits of the national prisons, one of
which It has been proposed to locate on
Rock Is and, and if they axe beneficial to
a community to work for it, and if not to
use all honorable efforts to prevent its
coming, was adopted unanimously.
Aid. Lnrkin's resolution that tbeC, R.
I. & P. and C , B A Q. be instructed to
provide guards for h; Twenty-fourth
street gates during the entire twenty-four
hours passed unanimously.
See Mclntire Bros", adv.
Fresh fish at F. O. Young's.
Nice bauanas at F. O. Young's.
Smoked halibut at C. C Truesdale'a
Muslin sale at Mclntire Bros', this
Choice spinach and lettuce at F. O
Mr. W. W Elliott, of EdginRton. was
In the city today.
Mr C C. Mclntire returned this morn
ing from Superior, Neb.
Choice chickens and turkeys dreaned to
or.ier at K G Young s.
Stop and read the prices on Miy's big
sign in front of his store.
Scotch ginghams and other wash goods
at Mclntire Bros . this week.
Tlie E ite club will give its ext hop at
Aimory ball Krulay evening. March 7
Interesting to the pocket book those
prices on May s big sign. Stop and read
Mr P P Welch, of Reynolds & Com
panv's coptractlng force in Arkansas, is
in the city for a brief sojourn.
A young Rock Island lawyer is to be
wedded during the present month, and
the bride-to-be resides in Iowa
L'-nt begins tomorrow with Ash Wed-
ni sday There will be services at Trin
ity rliun li at 10 a. m and 7:30 p m.
Tonight occurs the complimentary en
tertainment of St. Paul lodge. No 1(17.
KaicMI of Pythias at the Armory build
The East End Progresssive euchre cliib
was handsomely entertained hy Mrs
Kimball at her borne on Nineteenth street
The meetine of the County Farmers
Institute on Feb 2S, is to be held at Ihe
Fairfield school house instead of the Fair-
view, in Coe township.
Cbas Kindt, manager of the Grand
opera house al Davenport ever since il
crrcuon. nas suoceeoeo a u. Man as
manager of the Burtis, bavin? become
Gen MulholUnd gave an interrs'ing
enieriainraent or Briscoe s Battle of Get
tysburg panorama at Harper's theatre
this afternoon. The exhibition will
Death has claimed Mr and Mrs An
drew Coleman's son, Franci9 WillisiL
aged tlve-and a-halt months. The funer
al occurred from the Iwreaved home. 418
Elrventh street this afternoon.
Mr George Downing, Jr . of Lincoln
Neb , is in the city visiting relatives and
friends. Mr. Downing is proprietor of
the Nebraska Iron Works, whicb institu
tion is doing a flourishing business.
H. Seooler, of St Louis, is at the Rock
Island house Mr S-ooler is none other
than "Hignor Blitz, the magician, who
will charm the Knights of Pythias and
their friends at the A. O U W. building
Mr .lames Griffin, fireman on engine
No 432. on the C, R I & P road, was
happily surprised yesterday morning at
finding a bright-eyed son before him. He
felt so happy over it that the house could
hardly hold him.
A majority of the members of the board
of education favoring the closing of the
schools this afternoon. President Thomas
ast evening consented to the abandoning
of the session There was no meetine
of the board on the subject.
The Milwaukee road is testing a new
invention al Minneapolis. It conaists of
a car made entirely of steel to be put
near the engine. It will contain a boiler
engine, dynamo, an t storage battery for
beating and lighting the cars.
Messrs W J. Watson, superintendent
f ihe waterworks and of the elevtric
street railway at Sterling, and A G
Cochrane, manager of the Western Union
telegraph office at the aame place, are at
the Rock Island house They are in the
city to attend the K P. entertainment to
night. Supervisor Campbell, of South Rock
Island, has secured admittance to the
Orphans' Home, at Normal, for three
children, two girls and a boy, of the late
John Smiik. an old soldier, and grand
children of Jacob Evana, of thiacitv, and
will lake them to Normal this week.
Messrs. Mitchell & Lynde received this
moraing the plans from two more archi
tects for their proposed new building
noin are very attractive, and like the
others heretofore alluded to. show what
magniicent proportions the new atruc-.
ure is to attain, and what an ornament
t will be to R;iek Island architecture.
Sunday afternoon a horse became
frightened near the Davenport end of the
Kock Island government bridge and be
coming unmanageable the buggy attached
was tipped over and the occupants, a
lady and two children, thrown violently
out The horse fell and rolled over sev
eral times, but was finally controlled,
while the lady and children were cared
for by friends.
The experience of men who have made
advertising a study, and have profited by
it ttecause it has been done methodically,
anil with distinct ends in view, is that the
bsi plan and oue that is productive of
the best results, is to keep woll worded,
catchy advertisements running through
out the year.and, as often as anew line, a
novelty or a new idea appears in stock,
change the "ad" and let the world know
all about it.
The county board is about to lose one
of its most efficient and popular members.
Supervisor C. C. Hartman, of Milan, has
tendered his resignation to the town
board of Black Hawk to take effect at
once and will go north to engage in the
lumber business on an extensiye scale
It is now incumbent upon the Black
Hawk town board to choose a successor
to Mr. Hartman, and he being a demo
crat, it is only right to expect a democrat
will be selected to fill out bis unexpired
The Part U ron Itrmndal.
The trial of Thomas Allen for implies
tion in the Port Byron school house
scandal, as heretofore fully detailed
in the Abous, finally came off before
Justice Hobart, at fort Byron, yesterday.
Erie Putnam, the janitor, put in an
appearance, and upon his testimony
Allen was fined 20 and costs for disor
derly conduct. Notice of an appeal to
the circuit court was at once given.
Messrs. Wm Jackson, of this city, and
John Mullbollen, of Port Byron, ap
peared for the prosecution, and Maj . J .
M. Beardaley, of this city, and Mr. Han
ley, of LeCluire, for the defense.
V. B. Siskjx OtTica. I
Washington, D. C, Keb.ts I
For the next 44 boura for Illinois:
Fair weather: slightly colder.
Want to rent From one to ten acres
of pasture land near city limits. Enquire
MR. HASS RETURNS.
Back From Ilia Work at the Na
The Viaduct and Gun Factory MltaSV
tiona ana a Bill far the Latter-- -The
Mr Fred Haaa, president of the Citi
zens' Improvement association, arrived
home from the east last night, having ac
companied Mayor McConochie only as
far as Chicago, where he remained over
yesterday in order to see the officials of
the Rock Island road with reference to
the proposed viaduct. Mr. Hass spent
the forenoon with President Cable, Gen
era) Manager St. John and Attorney
Wright of the Rock Island road, and the
officials were all favorable to the viaduct
In tact Mr. Cable expressed himself so
far as to st-ite that the viaduct was neces
sary and was bound to come whether the
government buiit it or not and that the
Rock Island road would be found willing
to bear its proportion of the cost if c o
gress should fail to appreciate its unpor
"Well how does the viaduct look in
Washington?" queried the reporter.
"Excellent." was Mr. Hass' reply
Senator Cullom introduced this bill with
reference to it Saturday, and Mr Haas
produced the following:
To repeal certain provisos in the sundry
civil act making appropriations for sun
dry civil expenses of the government
for the fiscal year ending June thir
tieth, eighteen hu dred and ninety,
and for other purposes. Approved
.March J 189U.
Be it enacted by the senate and house
of representatives of the United States of
America in congress assembled, that so
much of the act, entitled, "An act mak
ing appropriations for sundry civil ex
penses of the government for the fiscal
year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hun
dred and ninety, and for other purposes"
as reads as follows, towit: "nor until all
holders of property abutting on the same
shall have executed release of all damages
mat migni accrue to them by the con
struction and maintenance thereof, in
such form as the secretary of war may
prescribe, rrovided, further, that the
work shall not be commenced until the
city of Rock Island shall deposit in the
treasury or the United States one-half of
this amount towards reimbursing the
IT.U.J d ... ... .. .
cuKt-u oiaies ror mis expenaiture, be.
and the same is hereby repealed , and in
sert, therefor, that the city of Rock Isl
and shall assume all damages that may be
rendered against the United States, by
any court of law or court of claims in fa
vor of the adjacent property holders, up
on the erection of said viaduct, and for
the faithful performance thereof, the citv
of Rock Island shall give bond in such
form and amount as the secretary of war
"And I expect," Mr. Hass continued,
that Congreasmsn Gest will introduce
the same in the bouse this week if he has
not done so already."
The government building prospects
and the Hennepin canal all look well."
Mr. Hass replied to further interrogatories.
"but as to the gun factory. I think that
if we get as far as the bill at the next
session of congress we will do well."
' How about the prison location in
Rock Island r" "Well, I don't think
much of that. I look upon the idea to use
the prisoners in the works there as a
detriment to our home labor. I don't
think the prison would do Rock Is-
and any particular good "
This is the same view prscticslly that
was taken by Mayor McConochie, whose
ideas were given in last night's Abgcs,
and this paper was rather inclined to
sustain them, especially if it was aq lestion
between the gun factory and the priaon,
which should come. As it is. however.
Aid Evans' resolution adopted by the
council last night places the matter in
Congresaman Gest's bunds for disposition
and upon the result of his investigations
the city will feel more inclined to act.
If the prison is to be of any benefit, we
want it, if it la going to work a hardship
and be productive of no good, we don't
want it. Col Whittemore was commtin -icated
with this morning and he said he
knew nothing of the intentions of the
war department beyond what he bad seen
in the Abocb, but that he could not see
any reason for encouraging the location
of the prison on the island. He was not
particularly anxious to see it;there.
During the coming month, and com-,
mencing very soon, the Holmes syndicate
will lav about 81.000 feet of new street
car track in the tri cities. This amount
will be divided substantially as follows:
The Davenport and Black Hawk exten
sion on Third street. 2.267 feet; Division
street and Rockingham road to Lincoln
avenue, 8,990 reet; East Davenport ex
tension of the Third and Front street line
to the proposed fair ground, 2 500 feet;
western loop of the new lines on Harri
son and Locust streets. 6 000; in Rock
Island 6.800 feet of new line on Nine
teenth street. Fourth avenue and Ninth
street, ad 18.000 of MoIIlc and Rock
Island line rebuilt between this city and
Moline. This track will all be built In
manner and of material aimilar to the
best of the new lines that have been con
structed by the syndicate here and in oth
er cities. As the Democrat saya. it will
be solid and substantial, and intended for
a permanent investment; not a mere
speculation. The work will be pushed by
full forces of men. snd will be finished
not later than the first of September, and
by the early part of July if possible. It
will scatter a large amount of money
among the laborers here.
Boston Coarert l oapiD).
The ladies of t he Central Presbyterian
church have arranged for an elegant con
cert to he given at Harper's theatre
Thursday evening, March ISth, by Mad
ame Fry's Concert company of Boston .
An excellent programme, comprising so
los for voice, violin and flute, vocal and
siring quartettes, and humorous and dra-
mat c readings will be given. Wherever
this company has appeared in the cities
of the country they have been greeted by
large audiences. The people of Rock
Island will be glad to give the company
a most hearty reception.
For sale A flrstclass family horse
Enquire at A rocs office.
Last night Deputy Marshal Long and
Officer Loge pulled the disorderly bouse
of Julia Koittle on Twenty-second street
and arrested the mistress and also George
Cotton and Lill dark. This morning
Magistrate Wivill fined the two females
5 and co ts and Cotton $S and costs.
Herman Hopkins and James Young, of
Port Byron, were arrested in Moline yes
terday for attempting to. sell four dozen
chickens which tbey had stolen from
Hugh McCall, of Port Byron. The
chickens had been boxed for shipment
and were stolen Sunday night, killed and
packed and yesterday offered for sale
Magistrate O'Neill bound them oyer in
the sum of f 500 jointly today.
Wm. Murphy was sent down for three
days as a common vagabond.
J. M. Sweeney, of Geneseo, president
of the Undertakers' association of Illi
nois, has bought the undertaking busi
ness and stock of Henry Clougb, at 1805
Second avenue. Mr. Sweeney has placed
in charge Mr. E Rowe, of Wyoming,
III , who is an undertaker of several
years' experience, and is a man of strict,
moral Integrity and business honesty.
Mr. Sweeney will oversee the business
and be present when his services are
"What's the matter, sonny f" "The
matterV Why, I don't have no time to
play at all just because Ma's got a
medicine wbat'll cure our colds in a mini
ute, every old woman in our square wauts
me to run round to the drug store and
get her some" "What's the medicine,
sonny?" "Why, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
For Salt Cheap
A second-hand phaeton and a tump-
seat surry nearly new. Call or address
810 Fifteenth street. Rock Island.
Wanted Immediately A competent
girl; good watres. Mrs. Dr. Paul. 1028
Dancing school at Armory hall
C. A. 8tscl, - Manager.
TUESDAY EVE., FEB. 18th,
Matinee for Ladies and Children at 8 o'clock.
THE SUPERB SPECTACLE
Battle of Gettysburg-
Thirty-three Battle Flags,
Six Thouaand Prisoners,
Thirteen Thousand Stand of Small Arms
and wm a
Admism1on Sal and y' ranta W.vlHU .a
2c; chi dren. , ei . -
JOHN BCKOKD POST NO. 143, O. A. R.
Just received, all
to be sold at
10 Cents per Copy,
by mail 1 1 cents.
Identical with that for whicb
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
162ft Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Bonaa.
Secured by First Mortgage,
h BALB AT
AND 7 PER OKJTT.
lKTSHCrr CoLLtCTBD WlTBOCT CHIMB.
So trouble or expense apared to seenre choicest
Our Fourteen ream' experience and long ea
UMiened local afrenciaa give u
Tall or write for circular r refi-rancea.
MoNi&-itipu Davenport Id.
a auas or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 par cent sami aannaUy , collected ana
remitted free of charge.
K. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms I and 4 Masonic Temp e,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa.
Tbe Farms were Inspected by
S18 Main St., DAVENPORT, IA.
Will show you the handsomest assortment of Ladies' Muslin Underwear you
have ever seen. All grades made from good material. Work
manship first class. Best of all, prices are very reason
able. That's the kind you wish t buy, ts'nt it?
Corset covers begin at 25cta.
Drawers, 25cts to 75cts.
Skirts, 50c ts to $1.00.
Nightdresses, SOcts to $1 50.
We wish you to jrive this line of goods your critical examination . You will
see that it doesn't pay to make your underwear, and it doesn't.
We hive made large additions to our wash goods deDartment. Beautiful assort -
ment of Scotch Ginghams at low Drices.
of Oinghams and 8atines at 10 to 12)cts.
picpareu 10 anow new wool cress goods.
Tfcock Island. Illinois.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
828 Seventeenth St , under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Tbe following are among the many bargains offered:
A line large house whah nil modern imDrore-
menu. good barn, trees tc., 8 acres of land, flue
location, Jot oatstde ttn city limits cear the
street cars; cheap, aasj terms.
A nice hrick renHence. with all mo 'ern ini-
pr)Tment. larpe ground, on Elm street, for tale
cheap on easy terms.
TWO S'orT dWplHnff air mnm omul -.,! I . I
j.- " '.. 7 aire ui isihj, wuuio
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A good hone and ImDrovments wl'h about
acres of land suitable for gardening about three
m ius irom iuki island, or aala cheat).
11.000 Will OUT SO arra Of land nartlr imnrnv
ad. In Cordova township.
4.S0O will boy s oo I 0 acre farm, eood im
provements, on reasonable terms
A nl-e residence, larve lot. tn one of the best
neighborhoods on Twenty third stroet, eheap.
' n I V V j i i . .rr Ulir IUIS I C 1 1 in ' T
a - X t: l oa Twenty-second and Twenty-third
f 176 dollars will bar a lot tad II. corner of
Fifth avenue and Bightb street.
W60 will bUT S BOod lot JOlrt well located on
A good eighty-acre farm, well located in thla
county w 11 take house ana lot In this city for
Men's Felt Shoes fi i
' Felt Boot Overs i, rjn
" Arctics i (jo
" Rubbers " " 40
r ciobs bo
Women's Arcties 75
High Button G liter ........!!..'.! 5
" Alaskas 4y
Boy's Arctics 60
M S8--B" High Button Gaiters o
" Arctics " 7Q
Children's Arctics 80
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Encyclopepia, valued ' f
to each customer buying 25 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you tbe Book and explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
im Fifth Avenue.
shown for the first time thla wlr Rtaka
Our spring stock is arriving and we are
Two dwelling bouses, lot SOxlSt. on Moline sts
A flrtt-elass 80 acre farm, with good lmpraea
menu, In Bowling township, cheap.
A So. 1 one hundred and sixty acre farm, with
first-class improvements, cheap.
A nice blnff propertT, large grounds, shade
trees, fruit, etc., cheap.
Two or three acres on the blo.fl, Una land for
buliding or gardening.
Home of the best lots in Dodge's addidoa on
(0 or 40 arras, with good improvements, on the
A good lot n tbe bluff in Rodman 'a subdivis
400 will bnv a fins sere lot Just oatalde city
limits, on hi off.
A good bouse, t n. snd fine corner lot la the
upper part of the oily covenleat to the saw m U,
'ispot and Island, cheap.
A nice two story dwelling, well looatcd os
Twentieth street, cheap,
$1,000 will buy six acres witb some improve
ments, on the oluff.
WOO will bay a honse with four rooms, conven
ient to the lower factories.