OCR Interpretation


Arkansas ladies' journal. (Little Rock, Ark.) 1884-1886, January 30, 1886, Image 1

Image and text provided by Arkansas State Archives

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90050096/1886-01-30/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

ARKANSAS LADIES JOURNAL
VOL. 2.
LOUIS C. BERN AYS
JEWELRY • AND e ART ROOMS.
A—.
/>
yW' 1 '
this store is a place
■E ELEGANT ARTICLES
CAN BE PURCHASED
AT MODERATE PRICES,
Has the largest and finest stock of
French and American Clocks.
BRASS & BISQUE ORNA-
MENTS.
CHOICE PICTURES

NO. 116 MAIN STREET.
' ' • -
Y
ESTABLISHED 1868.
W. s. HUTT,
_ ■ —ii -1
HEADQUARTERS FOR /
FINE FANCY GROCERIES
AND PROVISIONS.
213 Main Street, Starr Block,
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Hie 'Vest End Pharmacy.
O. K. BADGETT, Pharmacist.
, 100 j West Markham Street, - - Little Rock, Ark.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
R- w. DAWSON,
PHOTOGRAPHER.
corner fifth and main.
bt’or i2cUi lor 12 ca binet photographs; .f-’.'o for 6 cabinet photographs.
ThA •'l’htographs. $1.50 for 6 car'd photographs. Now is the
's the Chance You Have Been Looking for.
LITTLE ROCK, ARK., JANUARY 30, 1886.
(3»Vyp’' -if m * W'lk
JR
I w
Jgv ,X
□STO. 116 □NZEJLHST STEET.
QUINN & GRAYS
weir.ple
307, 309, and 311. MAIN STREET,
Is the recognized headquarters of style and low prices.
Their numerous patrons are always satisfied with their
purchases, knowing they get nothing but the latest
styles and at the lowest prices. They have the
largest and best assorted stock ever brought
into the State of Arkansas, consisting of
Dry Goods, Notions,
Hoisery, French Millinery,
Gent Furnishings, Men and Boys’ Clothing, Ladies and Gents
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES.
Quinn&Gray.The Leaders.
307, 3 098nd311, MAIN STREET
jSTO. 116 ZMZ-A-IItST SPREE T
Visitors at uu imbam
WILL FIND A DISPLAY Os
Beautiful Novelties
SUITABLE FOR
Presents
And iit Astonishing
LOW PRICES.
Fine DIAMONDS, JEWELRY,
AND WATCHES.
Silverware, Silver pitted. ‘Wore,
toilet Goods.
FRENCH DOLLS, sc.
NO. 116 MAIN street.
NO. 31.

xml | txt