Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAND ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1890.
NEW DRESS GOODS.
h connection with an enormous stock of new Dress Goods ar
riving oy nearly every train, we are impelled to offer earlv visitors
two special drives for this week in Silk Goods:
A splendid new line all colors of Sarah Silks at 3c per yard
And an assortment of nearly all choice shades of good Satin at
Kither bargain is of extraordinary value and worthy of prompt
the well known manufacturers of Windsor Ties, closed us out to
Urge tables full of Scarfs and Ties, all kind- at our own prices
Nearly HKH ,lorn all sorts. Large size Windsor Ties
Ptatd and stripe pure silk Ties lBc. Urge India Silk Ties, cream
i round with black figures, and black grounds with white figures.
II 18c; have sold at 40 The squabble commences on MoncUy
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenuk.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. Yon can pave money
by buying of us now.
Wall Paper Company,
312, 314 Twentieth St..
And Postoffif" B'ccV, Moline
WITU A I.AROER
- fwj .eari'' ' laTT . - - -..
mm -w: (C? ;W i T
m WEZWBM: E UOUU'LBJ CD
- wiiii nwir -
FINE WALL PAPER
Than the MMaUswd ItOCt of all thp other dealir-" in the two cities
MYEicluive spent for the following six largest Wall Paper fan.tories: Binje
Jt Sons. Janeway A Co.. ftmirrt M lli.t.ti- ( ' . Nevins A Havilsnri. New York
Wall Paper Co.. and Robert Urave.a A Oe,
SEE OUR BIRGE SPECIALS-
blch Include nil the Art papers.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box 8ample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON.
1705 Second Avenue.
Prices from 10 to 30 per rent below
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
WHAT WE DRINK,
A Qnincy Paper's Grave View of
Ta Misaiaalpni t harace With Being
an I in aeaae Newer an.t Only rit far
Mara arpesa 1 MM Kiitering la
' " Re-worted to.
Tbe Quincy Journal has the following
nn re erence to the conbumption and
use ot ft i8sis8ippl river water:
The Ississiuoi river n nur. ....-
Merely that and nothing more. There
is not s drOD or Dure water in it n4
there nerer will be. The filth that is de
posited in the river at Minneannlia nH
M. Paul ig in it, substantially, at New
Orleans And the assertion that this is
not so ii born either of ignorance or self
interest This is all there ig to it. An.
disease rerm deposited in the Mississippi
at St. Anthony's falls may float out Into
the gull This Is a perfectly established
Hann bal gets the sewaire of Oninev
fresh That sewage romea frnm mir hm.
pitals a' well as from our homes. It Ig
full of jerms of disease. It is pumped
up at Hmnibal. and served to her good
people o drink. These are the actual.
eoU fa ts. They cannot truthfully be
dispute I or gainsaid. Of course Ouincv
is in the iame boat, precisely, that Han
nibal is in. It draws its water from the
same i olluted source from the same
filib-fllled, disease-laden sewer.
Talk about civilization! Pshaw! Will
civili: ed people dump all their offal.
empty all their privies, pour all their
hospita sewerage into the same stream
from wiiich they take their drinking wa
ter uniltered? Never! never!! Our
granrlt-iildren will never be able to un
derstaid how their grandparents could
be so unspeakably filthy, and so unac-
counta ly foolish. And they will won
der, tea, that we lived as long as we do.
talk about bathing! Talk about clean
underc othiug clean collars and cufh!
That's right! Keep your skin clean, wear
clean c illars and cuffs and drink sew
Thai is the civilization of this time.
this co intry. this valley . And a disgrace
to us i i-; and an awful injury as well as
a dhgiace. is there any escape from this
comlii on. in this vallev? science savs
here s. A perfect escape. But what
use to mention it? It will cost some
thine. It will cost those men something
wno are getting big pay for furnishing
ne pe ple in this valley their own sewer
age, uicgbanged, for drinking and cook
ing lurposes. Money is expensive
Only mm -n life is cheap. So we say by
the w iv we live.
Pur; water can be obtained hy filter
ng. There is no question about that.
Every water company in this valley
shoul I lie compelled to filler their water.
Nor vould the cost be so great. The
plan is perfectly practicable and com-
parat vely cheap. Every city council in
the vullcy should insist upon it. every
newspaper should strenuously advocate
If the newspapers of every town
in tht Mississippi valley would take a
strong stand in favor of pure water, in
favor of general cleanliness and good
healtn, they would confer an inestimable
bless ng upon the people of this valley,
and vould in turn be blessed by tbem
The ideas advanced by our down riyer
contemporary are right, notwithstanding
that he is inclined to go a trifle into ex
trem s and to be somewhat sensational
in hi conclusions The subject is one of
vital importance as the Journal says in
this 'ame connection, it is tremenduously
imprrtant and Rick Island, as other
nv. i towns, wili M j list so miu n 0 -tter
off f-.im a sanitary point of view when
all H e water that is brought into the city
for i onsumpiion is filtered. S ill, It or.k
Islai d has more advantages than the
avertge city on the Mississippi, in con
nection with its water works, which the
city owns, there Is a ort of filtering pro
cess or catch basin, and the water drawn
into the city passes into a well before it
stril.es the inlet pipe. This affon'a a great
ben. fit to the city. The thick muddy
coli r of the river water at present is
pro lably traceable to the stirring up oc
casioned by the movemnt of the ice. A
rest rvoir is the be-t thing Rock Island
can secure now, though It is believed the
tiro ' is not far remote when there will be
a u eat number of artesian wells here.
an that people will not be so de
pei dant upon the great stream to quench
the r thirst and do their cooking, etc.
"he Quincy man, however, presents an
excellent view of the case, and any gen
eral effort that could be inaugurated: in
tbi direction outlined would be in the
interests of public health, which is the
firft great aim ff nature.
At the Theatre.
'The Soap Bubble," a play designed
en irely for laughing purposes, was pro
duced before a well -pleased audience at
H trner's tbsatre last evening. The cast
is strong, and the play is a success so far
as attaining the ends for which it was
On Saturday night the dialect come
(I i in. Cbas. Arnold, is to give a
repetition of bis romantic sketch, "Hans,
tt e Boatman," which delighted many in
U is city last fall. The play was written
entirely to suit Mr. Arnold's peculiar
U lents, and is ingenious and well con
tiived as to plot, and is full of bright and
attractive music. Mr. Arnold brings
v ilh him an especially strong company
i icluding Kate Blancke, Dot Fredericks,
I ttle May Hannan, Chas. Foster, Mjron
( alice. Chas. Tingey and Julius Kahn.
The St Bernard dog, "Nord," which has
leen with Mr. Arnol 1 for several years,
will appear In the production.
The WrlKhBiiter t Aceoaat.
nn Tst.jlnd. March 18 We, the
nembers of the license and market com
nittee. met on Tuesday evening, and af
er examining the stubs and receipts and
-enorta. find that John Elans' books
mow that be haa paid in to the city
more than the stubs on his books call for
up to March 1 . B. F. Knox.
J. G. Hktter
The above mav be taken as an exon
eration of Mr. Evans of the charges pre
ferrert aainst him WhiCK led the Council
to order an investigatiot of his accounts
Mr. Evans says the charges against him
orioin haa with Mr. R C Benson, and
that be will prosecute him far slander.
We are having a very large call for the
f.mui Clark's O. N. T. thread from the
heat ladies in Rock Island and Moline
ft is indeed the best thread made. Give
it a trial. McCabe Bros.
Mclntire Bros. he a new and reliable
kid glov cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Wait for the beehive.
Wtiit for the beehive.
Bennett's $1 25 gloves try them.
Bell ringers tomorrow evening.
Dancing school at Armory hall this
Skating at the rink Friday evening,
Wm. Dressen has returned from an ex
tended visit to New Orleans.
Be .sure to get the prices on those par
lor sets at Ho! brook's. Davenport.
Don't fail to see those parlor sets they
are beauties, at Holbrook's. Davenport.
The coal banks of the late Bailey
Davenport to rent. Apply to Henry
L. V. Eckhart is spoken of as a possi
ble republican aldermanic candidate in
the Second ward.
Principal Alfred Beck, of the German
English school, i9 to be congratulated on
the advent of a sweet baby daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbauncey Lamb, of
Clinton, breakfasted at the Harper this
morning, on their way home from Hot
A rare chance for some enterprising
man. The proposition made by Henry
Curtis in another column, to rent the
coal banks of the late Bailey Davenport.
The order of Red Men in Moline is
taking a stand on the liquor question.
At the meeting of the King Philip tribe,
No. 54, Monday evening an application
for membership from a saloon keeper
was rejected after a short discussion.
Supervisor "Jack" Wilson, of Rural,
was in the city yesterday. By the way,
we have heard Mr. Wilson favorably
spoken of for sheriff on the democratic
tioket. His friends confidently claim he
could beat any republican so far men
tioned for that office.
Mr. David Fitzgerald, the Black Hawk
farmer who had his knee-cap dislocated
by a runaway accident on lower Tuird
avenue late yesterday afternoon, and
was conveyed to police headquarters by
Officer Kramer, was attended hy Dr. G.
L. Eyster, and later taken out to his
home beyond Milan.
Mrs. Sherman W. Searle, who was re
garded as a gifted soprano at her Iowa
City home, has consented to assist Mrs.
Miltou Jones in her forthcoming concert
at Moline Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
E Zeigler and Mrs. C. A. Steel have
also tendered Mrs. Jones their services.
Tickets may be bad at Clemann & Saiz
According to the El Paso, (Tex )
Times, the 89enger agents' excursion to
Mexico is proving a perfect triumph in
i he way of a pleasurable snccess. Those
comp ing it are being feasted. banqnetled
and royally entertained at every town of
importance along the line. Mr. and Mrs.
R. Siockhouse. of this citv, are aboard
the elegant speciattrain.
A new ice company has been formed at
Watertown, and has already put up 2,
400 tons this season, besides shipping
ntty-tour cars to reona and Davenport
It has adopted as its name the Watertown
Crystal Ice Co , and the members of the
company Nels Pierce. Henry Ehrhorn
and August Schu9sel all of Moline, in
tend to incorporate under the slate law.
Rev. F. EL York, the Congregational
ministet from De Witt. Iowa, has accept
ed a call to the pastorate of the Unitarian
church at Moline. Mr. York's church
members in De Wilt are, for the most
part, willing that he should change the
hurch from Congregationalism to Uni-
ananism. hut this he declines to do, as
he church was erected as a Congrega-
onal bouse of worship, and by the aid
f Congregational funds.
Private letters received in the city from
Senaior Farwell and from Congressman
Henderson, in reply to inquiries reiative
securing an increase in the amount
recommended hy the house committee
for the Rock Island government build -
ng, indicate, as the Arqus has sugges
ted, any Rock Island effort to secure an
ncrease in the appropriation recommend -
l would be prejudicial to the bill and
would be extremely poor policy. The
ack of the proper inferences at the seal
f war is alone accountable for Rock Isl
and being cut from 1400,000 to $75,000
and as long as we are in that predicament
let us be satisfied with what we are trac-
ically assured of. 1 be old adage is
uite apropos: A bird in the band i-
worth two in the hush.
The school board at Spring Valley has
an interesting case on its bands. Some
lime ago a lady teacber employed in the
schools there decided to get married.
Fearing that the board would dismiss her
f they knew she had entered the holy
bonds of matrimony, thus dividing her
time between the duties of a wife and
teacher, she and her husband decided to
keep the matter a Becret. It leaked out,
hewever, in the course of time, and the
school board discharged her. The lady
has now brought suit against the b .ti t
for ber entire year's salary, as she was
employed by the year. A school board
has the power to remove a teacher for
cause, ann the noara alleges as the
cause" in this case untruthfulness on
the part of the lady in denying her mar
A team belonging to J . B. McMichael
got away from Saider a livery on Third
avenue, between Nineteenth and Twen
tieth street this morning, and cut over
Third to Ninth avenue, where it turned
north, and barely missed a couple of lit
lie children. The wild team collided
with Mr. H. W. Dnsinberre's cart, to
which wa9 attached his hue bay mare.
and which was tjtd on the Nineteenth
street side of the Harper. The
buggy and horse were turned complete
ly over, and the horse left help
less on its back on the sidewalk. It re
quired considerable effort on the part of
the bystanders to get the horse irom its
predicament, as it was held fast by the
harness, but was finally extricated and
found to be uninjured . The runaways
broke away from the buggy at the col
lision and dashed down to Second avenue
and west to Market square, where they
were caught. It is enough to make one
shudder to witness such recklessness, and
while this morning's accident may have
been unavoidable, there should be steps
taken to compel the safe hitehing of all
teams, no matter where or for how long
Carelessness is the cause of nine out of
ten of the runaways in the city.
'l ax Bash Hetaraa.
County Collector Sehafer has begun to
receive his returns from the township tax
James M. Hutchinson, collector of
Rural, has succeeded in getting nearly
all. His books show: Amount charged,
97,008.28; collected, $6,822 85; delin
quent, $185 88; due, $6,086 40; commis-
sion, $186. 45.
Chas. Wen ks, collector for Andalusia,
has made the following returns: Amount
charged. $3 645 92; collected, $2,197.81;
delinquent, $1,448 61; due. $2.153 36;
Humphrey Brubaker, collector of Buf
falo Prairie, has made returns as follows:
Amount charged, $7,157.03; collected,
$5,443.04; delinquent, $1.714 99: due.
$5,883.20; commission, $106 84
The famous O. N. T. thread we keep in
stock. It is always on white spools and
not on black spools. Ladies, try it use
do otber. Mclimu Co.
THAT BIG BID.
The Proposition of the Rochford
Farther Consideration of the taabjeet
Xow Before the Council---Three
Polata to be Provided For.
Public interest in Rock Island is at
present centered on the proposition ot
the Rockford Construction company to
assume the conttacts for the paving ex
tensions on Second avenue and a similar
improvement on Twentieth street, for
$1 . 55 per square yard, provided Rock
Island vitrified brick is used, and the
promise of the same company to erect a
925,000 plant, giving employment to fifty
men in Rock Island, should it receive the
contract. The attitude of the council at its
adjourned meeting tomorrow night with
relation to thiswill be of general impor
tance. The first and natural impulse of
anyone who reads the proposition of the
Rockford company is to favor the accep
tance of it. It not only insures a reduc
tion in the cost of the pavemeut to prop
erty holders, but gives promise of a new
and valuable Industry to Rock Island.
But the question is one that the council
has wisely determined to consider before
acting upon it.and its adjournment until
tomorrow night to afford opportunity
for careful investigation is in every
way proper. After mature deliberation
however, there seems to be but three
points that the council ought to provide
for before letting the contract to the
Rockford people. One, and the first is.
that a satisfactory guarantee should be
exacted that the brick will be as good as
the Galesburg brick, which is generally
accepted as the standard. Another ac
ceptable assurance should be demanded
that the work will be completed hy Oc
tober 1. the specified time in the adver
tisement. Another thing that the coun
cil thould make provision for, though it
cannot exact it as part of the contract, is
that the promised factory will surely be
established bete. With these three pro
positions settled that the brickto be
used will be eoual to the Galesburg, that
the work will be done by the time speci
fied, and that the $25 000 factory will be
established here the council will certain
ly be warranted In letting the contract to
the Rockford people. If they mean bus
iness they are the kind of men we want
here. Furthermore, if we have good
paving brick clay here we want it devel
oped, not only for our own use, but the
use of others. If the Rockford company
can provide satisfactory proof that it will
do what it says, let's welcome the new
corporation and encourage it in every
In Mr. Kear'a Favor.
Justice Hawea this morning rendered
his verdict in the case of M. Bunker vs.
Jcnss Bear, which has been on trial before
him for the past two days. It was for the
def. ndant. Mr. Bear The case had been
entered for trial in two different justices'
courts in Davenport, and both limes had
been changed by the plaintiff, once he
cause ot the failure to produce a certain
witness, and once because of the death
of the justice, h was also brought up in
the district court, where it was thrown
out and returned to the justice court.
Abont eighteen months ago Mr. Bear
bought a grate of Mr. Bunker and also a
mantel, and other furniture to corres
pond. After the grate and mantel had
been put in Mr Beat's house it was found
to he too small; it was not the one thai
had been ordered, and it was evident that
in order to insure the sale of the
mantel a grate other than the one order
ed had been put in The size of the
grate is of course of paramount impor
tance as it must be of proper size to suit
the draught. The mantel and other in
cidentals are of secondary consideration
and Mr. Banker was notified of the mis
take. He refused to make a change, how
ever, or to remove the grate, and he ac
cordingly brought suit to recover the cost
of the grate fflO. It was upon this
charge that Justice Hawes rendered his
decision. Mr. Bear has bought another
grate, and the material Mr. Bunker has
failed to remove still remains in the bouse.
Messrs. Hubbell and Helmick appeared
for the plaintiff and Mr E D. Sweeney
for the defense.
Police Pal a i a.
J.. M. Durin was fined fS and costs
this morning for disorderly conduct.
John Walsh, Geo . Hillier, Geo. Lettig
and Geo. McCauley were each fined $8
and costs by Magistrate Wivlll last even
ing for intoxication.
John Lannon plead guilty in the coun
ty court to shooting Martin Renfro sev
eral weeks ago, and was fined $40 and
Geo. Kelly and Ed. Flaherty, of this
city, took in the sights of Davenport yes
terday, and at an early hour this morning
registered at the Laclede hotel oyer there
and when they arose Flaherty found him
self $220 short. He don't know bow
when or where he lost it.
Mr. Frank Nadler decided today to
withdraw from the field as a candidate
for col lector, tit her independent or other
wise, tie is out ot the race, and says
that under no considerations whatever
will he be a candidate. He is out of the
race, and his decision, he says, is final
Mr. Nadler has many warm personal
friends who stood by him faithfully until
his withdrawal, and would, no doubt,
have supported htm enthusiastically to
the last. His candidacy was wholly de
void of self-interest.
The Spring Medicine.
The popularity which Hood's Sarsapa
rtlla t88 gained as a spring medicine I
wonderful. It possesses just those ele
menla of health-giving, blood-purifying
and appetite-restoring which everybody
seems to need at this season. Do not
continue in a dull, tired, unsatisfactory
condition when you may be so much ben
fitted by Hood's Sarsaparilia. It purine
the blood and makes the weak strong.
Bell ringers tomorrow evening.
Bell ringers tomorrow evening.
Wait for the beehive.
Donations were received!" or the Ladies'
Industrial Relief association for the month
of February as follows:
One stove, Willard Baker and Miss
Weyerhauser; eight bars of soap, C. C.
Truesdale; 221 bushels of coal, Mr. Sud
low; 1 load of kindling, R. I. Lumber
Co.; toweling and clothing, Mrs. Simon;
4 pillow cases and sheets, Mrs. Speidel,
for German sewing circle; 1 pillow and
case, Mrs. Fries; clothing, Mesdames
Louis Mosenfelder, Bear, Weyerhauser,
Know ton; $5 and clothing, Mrs. Morris
Rosen field; $5 and clothing. Mrs. Hurst;
clothing, Mrs. Dr. Carter; $5 worth of
groceries, Mrs. Porter Skinner; stove,
Miss Grace Babcock; toweling, C. C.
Mclntire; coal for the rooms of the asso
ciation for spring months, Mr. Loosley;
stove, D. Don.
The people's caucus in Bowling town
ship will be held in the Keller school
house on Saturday, March '29, at 2 o'clock
p. m , for the purpose of nominating a
full township ticket.
August Kain. s
rural township caucus.
The voters of Rural township are re
quested to meet in the town hall on
Thursday, the 27th of March, at 2 p. m ,
to nominate candidates for town officers.
Notion dealers, peddlers and grocery
stores keeping thread in stock can get
the famous O. N. T. thread at wholesale
prices from : Habtz & Bahxskn,
Henry Dart's Sons,
"Is life worth living? ' was the inter
esting topic discussed at a recent meet
ing of leading physicians. The verdict
was that, "it depends on the liver," or if
you have a cold, on whether, you have
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in the house.
Go to R.
Crampton & Co. for
They are the lowest.
Wanted A good girl. References re
quired. Dr. Thos. Gait, No. 1208 Sec
Bell ringers tomorrow evening.
Wbit for the beehive.
O. A. Steel, - - Manager.
ONE NIOIIT ONLY,
SATURDAY, MAKCE 22d.
CHAS. ARNOLD la his original cieation,
HANS the BOATMAN
An Idyl of ihe Adirondack, one of the few
American plays that has caught the
"The Boatman's Lullaby'' : "Pleasure Await
Yon Biy Boy ': "BHnd Man's Bnff"; "Little iee
Gee"; The Baby Coo nette "; "Innocent Llllieg";
"The Spirit of the Lain"; "The Daisy Chain,
etc. The St, Bernard Doe "NOKD' ; Beautiful
Home Ballads, Touches of Natar.-, Laushter and
A boat load of children from 24 to 6 vear of
ce Humor aud pathos have never before been
so happily linked together as in this s.arklir g
The par: of "Hans' is different from anything
done hy any other German comedian. Mr. Ar
nold's dialect is entirely differ-nt, his songs and
bnsinesa all original with htm. and he imitates no
Price- 511 an ' 25 cents;
fall and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Rock Island House.
So'e Asent for 10c 'heet Music.
Catalogue free, mailed to any
As I will have to settle with the
County Treasurer on March 20lh, you
will save costs hy piving your taxes
to me before that aate.
Offire at Court House.
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK. 11. l. 11,1...
Grand Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCIi 1, 1890.
IM r OF
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted rree or cnarge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
S and 4 Masonic Temple,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.
w i aiav;-i
Tire Unseasonable Weather
which has prevailed so far. has been regarded by some as being due to
the Gulf stream appoaching northward. There is no evidence however
that the Gulf stream has changed its course. It is still is its old
accustomed haunts. There are good reasons for believing that the present
cold wave is off the track. Word comes that it has been called beck.
That being the case we venture to call your attention to
This week we offer for your inspection a good assortment of well made
medium priced muslin underwear
FOR 25 CENTS WE GIVE YOU
Drawers, Skirts, Chemises, Childs" Drawers, Childs' Waists, Cbilds' Slips
very good garments for the money.
FOR 50 CENTS WE GIVE YOU
Night Dresses, Skirts. Chemises, Drawers, Corset Covers you will want
some of this 50 cent assortment sure.
Spring goods are arriving daily and we are prepared to serve your wants
in dress goods, wash goods, embroideries, etc., at lowest prices. Ton
can't afford to buy before examining our goods and prices.
Rock Island.. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Harper's Theatre building 'J heir
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock o! Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there is none to surpass, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
Geo. W. ID. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial Hotel, ROOK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
A fine larei bonce with a!', modern imDrovc-
menta, good barn, trees', etc.. 3 acres of land, fine
location, jatn outside tbe city limit!) rear tne
street cars; cheap, easy terms.
A nice brick resilience, with all mo lern Im
provement!, large grounds, on Elm street, (or sale
cheap on easy terms.
Two storv dwellinz. six rooms, cood well, cis
tern and cellar, large barn, H acre of land, within
i few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A good honse and Improvements wlih abont
acres of land aultahle for gardening about three
:. .. - from ICock Island, for sale cheap.
Sl.rtlO will buy 90 acres of lsnd, partly Improv
ed, In Cordova township.
$2,500 will bnv a troof SO acre farm, irood im
provements, on reasonable terms
A nice residence, laree lot. ia one of the best
neighborhoods on Twenty-third street, cheap.
Only a few of those fine lots left in Milter's
addition on TweDiy-aucond and Twenty-third
$175 dollars will buv a lot 84 ills, corner of
Fifth avenue and Eighth street.
$250 will buv a (rood lot SOxSS. well located, on
A eood eiffhtv-arre farm, well locnted in this
county will take honse and !ot In thle city for
Men's Pelt Shoes 91 00
Felt Boot Overs 1 00
" Arctics 1 00
' Alaskas 60
" Rubbers ? 40
Women's Arcties 76
High Button Gaiurs 66
Boj's Arctics 60
M uses' High Button Gaiters 60
H Rubbers 35
" Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 60
In addition to these low prices I will pive away an Encyclopepia, valued, at $6,
to each customer buying f25 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you the Book and explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE)
MM Fifth Avenue.
Two dwelling houaea, lot SOxlSa, on Molina ave
A first-clase 80 acre farm, with good taaprava
menta, tn Bowling lownahlp, cheap.
A No. 1 one hnndred and sixty acre farm, wit
first class Improvements, cheap.
A nice bluff property, large grounds, ah4
treea, fruit, etc., cheap .
Two or three acres on the blurt, fine land for
building or gardening.
Some of the beat lota in Dodge' addition oa
SO or 40 acres, with good improvements, oa the
A good lot . n the bluff in Rodman 'a iUB-4! vis
$400 will bu v a fine Vi acre lot Just outside city
1. Sstta, on bluff.
A good honse, barn and fine corner lot la the
upper part of the eity convenient to the aaw m.U,
depot and island, cheap.
A nice two story dwelling, well
Twentieth street, cheap.
six acres with some Improve
ments, on he bluff
WOO will bay a house with four rooms, conven
ient to the lower factories.