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Arkansas ladies' journal. (Little Rock, Ark.) 1884-1886, February 06, 1886, Image 1

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ARKANSAS LADIKS JOURNAL
VOL. 2.
D.LWING&CO
LITTLE KOCK. ARK.,
Repair and Sell all Kinds of
MACHINERY
\\H <
II SUPPLIES
Largest Foundry and Machine
Shop in the Southwest.
I\““ P™ Cota,
304 Main Street,
ffflE:-JOB-:-WORK-:-A-:-SPECIALTY.i
Wedding. Invitation and Visiting
Cards.
111 ,Vwk 1 <“ in the Best Manner.
ESTABLISHED (868.
w. S. HUTT,
HEADQI.TARTERS FOR
fine fancy groceries
“ . AND PROVISIONS. , .
-L3 Main Street, Starr Block/
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
" le set End Pharmacy.
K. BADGETT, Pharmacist.
Markham street, - - uttie Rock, Ark.
s< ' 'ptions Carefully Compounded.
w. DAWSOK,
,Prices- * <<), <NICR FIFTH AND MAIN.
It f ()r 5, "54 for [,
Yt, phtowrani?' Photographs; 12.50 for 6 cabinet photographs.
L 18 * s Ihe CharY ./Mo for 6 card photographs. Now is the
nCe You Have Been Looking for.
LITTLE ROCK, ARK., FEBRUARY 6, 1886.
H.G. HOLLENBERG’S
JrZI f
I ■ E -Iw . C
311 Main Street LifY Roi L.
REPRESENTS AND KEEPS IN STOCK
The Famous HOLLENBERG Piano,
.1 Large Assortment of Sheet Music.
Pianos and Organs Tuned, Repaired and
Exchanged. Send for Catalogues.
Woman’s Exchange,
Cor. 9th and Main Streets.
UNDER THE CHARGE OF THE
■ Arhsis Who's industrial Association,
' Woman’s Work, whether Performed
at Home, in the Kitchen, in the
Sewing Room, in the Par
lor, or in Offices and
1
Stores, aided by the
WOMAN’S EXCHANGE.
I .
ESTABLISHED 1857.
I. V. ZIM.MERm
*■ nUVII >• , ▼’W
DEALER IN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds
Solid Silver and Silver-Plated Wan
Gold Pens, Pencils ami Tootli-
Pick.s: Gold, Silver and Iv
ory-Headed Canes:
OPERA AND FIELD GLASSES.
LOUIS REINMAN’S
Bazaar Stables,
THIRD STEET.
Between Louisian and Center Sts.,
Ladiej' Driving TumouU mi ladies’ Biding Horses
FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE.
Safe Horses with Village Carts, Surreys
and Carriages.
Horses Boarded by Dav or Week.
<JI GRAYS
—T“ 1 p-> -1 1
w. emple o* Fashion®
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, 309 and 311, MAIN SREET.
No. 32

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