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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, I860.
Cook Stoves j Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Futnaces,
MASON & D AVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
E9tiraatrt8 for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1H17 Second aveune, Rook Island, Ills.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. You can eave money
by buying of us now.
Wall Paper Company,
312, :U4 Twentieth 3t..
And Postoffi v Bleck, Moline.
WtTil A LAROEK
" -fWTy.'LJF7 j r.!svEiiEExlL. "3mWhIB5F"
FINE WALL PAPER
Tlin the combined stoc k of all the other dealers in the two cities.
SjyExcluhive a cent for the following six Unrest WhII P(ir factories: IJ r ft
fc Sons, Janewuy & Co., Robert S Hobba at Co., N'e vius A Uaviland, New York
Wall Paper Co . and Rotiert Graves !e Co.
SEK OUR BIRGE SPECIALS-
fhich Include nil the Art papers. Prices from 10 to 30 per cent below
other dealers. '
KOI I N & ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street -
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Isla id.
WE A HE
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
A GOOD NIGHT'S WORK.
Th Council Encourages the Rock
ford Construction Company.
Al'eoapt to KklNe a Technical Point
tt Defeat the Twentieth Street la
i v mill i - Hillj- dim in Properly
ii .-..-. .t or.
Inference to the official record of the
cotncil proceedings appearing elsewhere
wil satisfy the reader that the council did
its duty well last night by awarding the
cot tract for the paving extensions on
Sec ond avenue and on Twentieth street
to the Rockford Construction company,
wi h satisfactory guarantee that the
brick to be used thall be of acceptable
qu tit v and the work f hall be done within
tbr specified time of the advertisement
an 1 with the further assurance that a
25,tXMl paving brick factory shall be es
tablished in Rock Island by that compa
ny. This was wholly in accordance with
ih ; recommendation of the street anJ
al ey committee and the mayor, to whom
the mutter was referred to investigate and
report. But before its adoption by the
c uncil, Aid. Schmll brought up a point
a' to the 8ecificalinna for paving Twen
ii ih street. The ordinance, said Mr
S. hnell. provides that between Fourth
aiid Ninth avenue thirty five feet are to
ba paved, leaving an even space of
n.tlve and a half feel between the pav
irg and sidewalk on each side. Now,
Sl id Mr Schnell, the entire street from
lot to lot is eighty feel wide. Take off
tventy-eight feel for sidewalk fourteen
feet on each side leaves flfty-lwo feet as
t le width of the street proper. Leave an
even space of twelve and a half feel on
etch side frrm the sidewalk, miking
Ueniy-five feet, and then p ive thirty-five
! tat, we have a width of tixty feet lo put
i lto a street only flfiy-two feet wide, and
toe aldermtn thought this would invali
t ate the ordinance. The matter had been
I rought to his attention by a Twentieth
Hreet property holder, who gave him to
understand that he would take advantage
of the point as a technical one, under
'Vhieh the city coulrt be enjoined, should
t not teconsiv'er the ordinance Mr.
ii-hneil said that he was in favor of
jusuiug the paving improvements, but he
lid not want to sustain auything that had
a flaw in it, and he favored .he reconsid
eratinn of the ordinance applicable to
The city attorney was called upon to
explain the legal status of the ordinance
f it stands, and he sai l that! was noth
ing about it that would invalidate the
ordinance. That it was perfectly legal
ami sound and that the aim of those who
had raised such a point was simply to
kill it. The question raised by Mr.
Schnell had no influence whatever upon
the ordinance and would not invalidate
it. The contract for paving, Mr Haas
said, would simply provide for thirty-five
feet of pavement. If there is not enough
soace outside of the sidewalk, the city
can simply take it. The mitter is wholly
incidental and does not in the Icist par-
tietilar invalidate the ordinance.
Aid. Schnell spoke further in support
f his point and entere 1 a motion that
Twentieth street be stricken out of the
old nances on whirh the contracts were
to be let. The silt nee that followed Aid.
Schnell's motion wss painful. Not a
second "vas audi le.
Aid. Elwards stated that the point
raised by Mr. Schnell whs timpiy a tech
nical one brought up as an attempt to
defeat the pavement. He was sorry to
Baa such a disposition manifested.
Alderman Corken thought there was
no danger of litigation. He was for
standinL' by the street improvement, and
giving the contrtct to a company that
would bring a new industry to Rock Is
and. Buch as would give employment to
Aid. Knox stated that be had lived on
Twentieth street all bis life. He was born
and raised there, and be was ashamed to
know that on Twentieth street more had
been done lo prevent the paving than on
any other street in the city. The ques
tion that had been brought up in the
council now was another part of a
scheme to give the paving a set back.
The maorily of the people on his street
bad lived in mud long enough, and they
wanted the pavement. They were will
ing to take their chances at getting il
under the present ordinance, and wanted
no further delav.
The report of the committee was adop
ted on Aid. Howard's motion, and the
same alderman then moved to award the
contracts to the Rockford Construction
company as per recommendations of the
Aid. Schne 1 moved to except Twen
tieth street, but again there was no sec
ond, and Aid. 1 wards' moved that in
stead, the council award the contract for
both Second avenue and Twentieth street
by a rising vote of the council, but the
motion, commet.dable as il was, was out
After General Manager Mead, of the
Rockford Corslruction company, had as
sured the councd that it would give am
pie boDds to fulfill every undertaking it
bad assumed, and have the brick plant in
within ninety days, and Aid. Lar-
kin, Howard. Evans and Hampton
had made excellent speeches in favor of
awarding the catrtract to the Rockford
people, the conncil so. let the op tract. all
the aldermen voting in the affirmative
The alleged conflict in the ordinance
brought in by Aid. Schnell, comes from
a source such as the Abgcs bas warned
the council repeatedly to he guarded
against, whose only aim was lo defer ac
tion on the Twentieth street contract
under some pretence until the new coun
cil comes in when the obstructing ele
ment hopes to have a wider field for get
ting in its work. But the council saw
through the aim, and stood firmly upon
the standard of progress. It had the ad
vice of the city attorney that it was le
gally right, as well as morally, and there
wsa only one thing lo do and that to go
ahead. It is understood that the next
resort will be an attempt to secure an in
junction. If this is to be the case it is to
be hoped that if there is an attorney in
the city with so little regard for the pro
gressive tendency of the city -council as
to try to check it, that no judge will
grant even a temporary injunction with
out first giving the city i otice, and a
chance to be heard. This is a question
of the most vital importance to Rock Is
land, and its future welfare, and the de
sire to oppress or oppose the council
in carrying forth its system of street im
provements does not exist in the breast
of a man who cares for Rock Island or
The last will of James McKeever
was filed and probated in the county
court yesterday. By its provisions the
widow, Ann McKeever, becomes posses
sor of the estate, and the children, Pat
rick McKeever, Maegie Newcomb and
Katie McKeever, arc provided for. Mrs.
McKeever is appointed executrix. The
witnesses are Thoj , Mathias and Robt.
The last will of John nofer was filed
for probate in the county court yester
day. The will i witnessed by John As
ter, Henry Trcman and E. H Guyer, and
by the terms of the will $1,000 is to be
given to each of the children when they
marry, or desire ,n go into busiticR9, and
upon the death of his wife. Kathrina
Hofer, the whole of the remaining estate
not disposed of, is to be equally divided
among the seven sons and daughters
Fiit 7., Lizctte, Albert, John, Herman
Adolph ami Mi na. and to bis wife be
leaves the remaining estate hfter pays
n ent of the bt quests. The will names
Mr. Hofer's wife and son Alltert to be ex
ecutor without bond
Wuit for the beehive.
Dressed chickens at Browner's.
Nice fresh fl.-h at F. G Youngs.
Mallard ducks at C. C. Truesdale's
Fresh butter and eggs at Browner's.
Ladies' 85c hook gloves at Bennett's
Biehl's band at the rink tonight. La
Nice cabbage and sweet potatoes at
Fresh vegetables of all kinds, at
Pay ton Roberts of Monmouth, was in
the city yesterday.
Choice oranges, bananas and fr sti co
anuis, at Bennett's.
The democratic waul caucuses are to
be held tomorrow night .
Choice lettuce, spinach, dtes and
onions at F. G. Young's.
Division So.pt. P. H. Chamberlain, of
the C , R. I. A: P., was in town yester
In his offlre last evening Justice Cooke
married Zachariah Cook and Ellen D.
Engineer F. L. Bliss, of the C, M &
St P., bas returned from his extended
visit to the south.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenfleld are
contemplating a four months trip to
harope, this summer.
Cars will return from Moline after the
concert to be given by Mrs Milton Jones
at the Lnitarian church this evening.
The republican ward caucuses will be
held tonight, and something Hkin to pan
demonium is expected in some of the
Largest slock new Tennis shoes In
the three cilL'S. at low prices, Davenport
Shoe Co., corner Brady and Second
An elegant line of genis' shoes, just
received. All the latest styles at the
Davenport Shoe Co. 's, corner Brtdy and
Jack Scherer was arrested by Office r
Kramer last night, charged by F. G
Young, the grocer, with stealing fish
from in front of his st re.
Miss Minnie Mills, who has been at
tending school at Valpariso, Ind , the
past year, is in the city on a visit to the
family of W. P. Quayle.
Judge Adams has ordered that objec
tions to the pavtsg extensions on Second
avenue and Twentieth street must be filed
by next Weenesday, tbe 26th.
Mr Paul Thiesen is being prominently
mentioned for alderman in the Seventh
ward. He is one of the most popular
young democrats of tbe ward, and would
poll a big vote.
The regular meeting of the young pro
pie's Methodist alliance will be held at
Capt Robinson's on Twentieth street, to
night at 7:90. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all young people to attend.
Mr. B. II. II. Kimball is suggested as a
suitable candidate for constable on the
democratic ticket. Mr. Kimball is one
of tbe pioneer democrats of the city, and
has always proven faithful in the many
positions of trust he has filled during bis
ir. W. muber lias returned irom a
visit to Dunham's great horse farm aear
Chicago. 'I his is tbe most extensive
farm for raising fine Norman horses there
is in the world. Mr. Dauber purchsed
a fine $1.5(K) horse for Mr. John Barte
mier. of Davenport.
the class mutes ot John 1 aney, in
Mies Kirkpatrck's room, the boy who had
the misfortune to have his leg broken
on the playground at JNo. 6, showed
considerate and commendable spirit this
morning by sending him a nice basket of
fruit, candy and nuts.
Aid. Dan Corken left the bedside of
his sick wife last night to go to tbe coun
cil and vote for tbe awarding of tbe pav
ing eontracts to the Rockford Construc
tion company and tbe bringing of the
new industry to Rock Island. You don't
catch Aid. Corken shirking his duty un
der any circumstances.
J. P. Miller, of Chicago, the artesian
well contractor, is expected in Rock Is!
and daily to begin tbe digging of tbe ar
tesian well for Mitchell & Lynde. Mr
Miller has a machine at Bedford, Ind.
which is about through there and will be
moved to Rock Island as soon as the con
tract in Indiana is completed.
Mrs A. M. Longshore Potts, M. D.,
opened ber series of lectures at the Bur-
tit opera bouae, Davenport, last evening.
There was a large attendance, many
from this city improving tbe opportunity
to bear tbe lady's excellent and instruc
tive talks. Tbe afternoon matinees are
for ladies only and the evening lectures
free to all.
The action of the local ice trus', as
wi - published in Iks', night's Amirs, was
informally discuss d by a number of the
aldermen last night, and sime expressed
themselves in favor of bringing tbe ice
businesss under the peddler license, and
enabling tbe city to derive some of tbe
enormous revenue the ice men propose
to secure ss tbe result of their combi
nation, this year.
Buffalo Bill has been well treated in
Rome. But he could not get a Papal
bull for bis show.
Wait for the beehive.
A Corpse a Week Before Dis
Mamnel Nt arist l.ni kit Himself I p In
Hi Honoe and Dlea-Tn.e Police
Blake a startling Diaeovi ry.
Samuel Siegrist, a laborer, was found
dead in bis bed in his home, a one-story
frame. 409 Second street, at 8:30 this
morning by Marshal Miller, Officer Kra
mer and Messrs. Christ L til r and Wm.
Keiser, who, finding the doors and win
dows barred, forced an entrance by re
moving a sash of the front window. Mr.
Siegrist bas been living a sort of hermit
life for tbe past three years. He was
formerly a grinder at the stove foundry.
but three years ago he was stricken with
lung disease, and was obliged to give up
his wotk. Since then he bas worked but
occasionally. The last seen of him alive
was a week ago when he was in Mr. Lef-
fler's saloon at the corner of Fourth ave-
nee and Fourth street, in company with
John Albncht and Wm. Keiser. He had
just made a real estate transaction with
John Albrecht, disposing of bis residence
property and another house which he
owned. Hot seeing him about since that,
time. Mr. Ltffl-r last night no
tified Marshal Miller of the fact,
together with his suspicions that all was
not right at Mr. Siegrist'1? house. The
marshal did not like to attempt to enter
the house at night, thinking that Mr.
Siegrist might be out of town, and so
waited until tb's morning, wben be took
Officer Kramer and also bad Mr Christ
Lt flier and Mr. Wm. Keiser accompany
him and culled at Siegrist's house. Find
ing all the doors and windows securely
fastened, the rohrshal looked in through
the window and saw Siegrist's pants near
a rocking chair where he had apparently
left them. Satisfied, therefore, that the
man was in tbe house Marshal Miller re
moved the window sash, and with his
companions entered. In a little apart
ment off tbe front room Siegrist was
found in bed with his clothes on, his arms
folded, and dead. There was no look of
pain upon his face or evidence of vio
lence upon his person. He bad the ap
pearance of being quietly sleeping. But
it was evident he bad been dead for some
time. The marshal at once notified Cor
oner Hawes, who proceeded to the house
of death, and empanelled ns a jury, H. P.
Simpson, (foreman,) Phil Miller, Chris
L flier, Lawrence Kramer, Wm. Ash and
Wm. Keiser. The jury examined tbe
body and repaired lo a room in the rear
of Christ Ltffl -r'a saloon a block away,
and proceeded with the inquest.
Dr. Paul was the first witness exam
ined. He testified that be had been re
quested by the coroner to examine the
body of the dead man, and should judge
that he had been dead fully six days. He
could not give a theory as to the cause of
death wit' out a post mortem. He could
discover no evidence of violence about
Christ LtlhVr testified as to the occu
pation of the deceased, the last time he
saw him alive as given above and what
he knew of bis family. He regarded him
as a quiet, industrious, sober man.
Marshal Miller and Officer Kramer told
Of the discovery of the body, etc.
The verdict of the jury was that the
deceased came to his death from causes
to the jury unknown.
The deceased was a man shout forty-
five years of age. He had resided in
Rock Island several years. Three years
ago his wife secured a divorce from him,
and has since remarried and is living in
Davenport. He has no children or any
other relatives that any one knows of in
this country. For three years he has been
living by himself. His house was a ver
itable artillery shop. In a little closet off
from the room in which his body was
found were no less than two dczen guns,
rifles and muskets all loaded to the muz
zle, together with six rcvolvtrs, four of
which were of modern make, arid every
chamber loaded. Several clocks, and
works of clocks all in running shape
were hung about the walls. There was
also $202 93 in cash in a pocket book in
the same closet, together with a promis
ory note at thirty dsys for $122 endorsed
by John Albrecht. and the deed which he
had recently secured from Mr. Albrecht.
A package of morphine was found in a
room adjoining tbe bedroom, but tbe
doctor did not think there was any signs
that death was at all traceable to it.
The body was turned over to Under
taker Knox and the money and other val
uables taken in charge by the coroner and
mirshal pending the appointment of an
administrator. Tbe deceased was a mem
ber of Becker lodge, 113. L O. O. F.,
which will nave charge of the funeral.
About fifteen years ago a laborer
named Bulterwortb, wbo had lived alone
in the same house, cut his throat there.
We, the undersigned, have agreed upon
the following prices for the season of
Hotels and butchers, 30 cents per 100
pounds; saloons, restaurants and grocer
ies. 35 cents per 100 pounds.
families taking 50 pounds or more at
one delivery. 40 cents per 100 pounds;
families taking less than 50 pounds at
one delivery, 50 cents per 100 pounds.
Geo. Barker & Co ,
Geo E. Lambert,
Notion dealers, peddlers and grocery
stores keeping thread in stock can get
the famous O. N T. thr ad at wholesale
prices from: Hartz & Bahnsen,
Henry Dart s Sons,
Coal Banks for Bant.
For rent on a royalty or otherwise, the
coal banks of the late Bailey Davenport
at the Watch Tower near the town of
Sears. Apply to Henry Curtis, agent.
Rock Island, Illinois.
Tou can get a cup of Van Houten'a
cocoa free at Browner's Elm street gro
eery Fiiday or Saturday. Try a cup.
Drop in at Truesdale's Friday or Satur
day and get a cup of Van Houten'a cocoa
Try a cup of Van Houteu's cocoa.
Free at May's Friday or Saturday.
Wait for the beehive.
We are having a very large call for the
famous Clark's O. N. T. thread from the
best ladies in Rock Island and Moline
It is indeed the best thread made. Give
it a trial. McCabe Bros.
Wanted A good girl. References re
quired. Dr. Thos. Gait, No. 1208 Sec
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
no other. McTktire & Co.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Van Houten's cocoa tree at Hansgeu's
Friday or Saturday. Try a cup.
Wait for the beehive.
-'. A. Sthl, - - Nansger.
ONE NIQHT ONLY,
SATURDAY, MARCH 22d.
CHAS. ARNOLD In his original cieation,
HANS the BOATMAN
An Idyl of I he Adirondack, one of the few
American plays that hue caught the
"The Boatman's Lnllaby": "Pleasure Awatt
You my Bov"; -Blind Man's Buff"; "Little Gee
Gee"; The Baby Coquette" ; "Innocent Llllles";
"The Spirit of the Lake"; "The Daley Chain,
etc The St, Bernard Doe "NORD"; Beautiful
Home Baliaiia, Touches of Nature, Laughter and
A boat load or children from 2H to 6 years of
age Hnmor and pathos have never before ben
so happily linked together as in thia itarkling
The par. of "Hans" is different from anything
done by any other German comedian. Mr. Ar
nold's dialect ia entirely different, his eonga and
business all original with him. and he imitates no
Prices-75. 50 an 1 25 cents:
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
CnA6. T. Kint.t,
More Potts, ID.
( Registered Physician of of Illinois)
Will deliver her famons funny lecture on LOVE.
CGUhTSHIP end MARRIAGE to both aexei,
Tuesday, March 23th, at 8 p. m.
"As good a an hour with Mark Twain' Boa
Admission 25 Cents.
Ka h day at 2:30 p m. a lecture to women only.
To-morrow nighi, March 2d, laat and beat med
leal lecture to boih sexes.
Mrs. Dr. Potta treats women and children only.
Residence. Kim'al house, Daveuport; entrance
Fourth street; hours 9 a ni. to 1 p m. Consul
tntion free. Special engagements not to wait
ft 00. Remain until March Slst only
STATE OF ILLNOIS, (
Rock Island County, ( 88"
In the Counly Court to the April term, A. D. 1890.
Notice is hereby gt en that an application for
the appointment of a conservator of Frederick
Luckenbach. a resident of said county alleged to
he Iksaae, hs he?n filed in the offl-e of the clerk
of the County court of said county by S.J. Guy
singer, and summons to the said Frnderlck Luck-
enbach has been int-ued thereon, returnable to the
first day of the April term. A . U. lNsO, of said
Dated st Rock Island, 111 , this 21et day of
March. A. D 189-1.
RICH AH D A DONALDSON,
clerk of the County Court
. j A full and complete
H ! SHEET MUSIC,
Vocal and Instrumental.
i r n m 1 .
u. u. Tayior
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island House.
So'e Ae?it for 10c Sheet Mm.. .
Catalogue free, mailed to any
As I will have to settle with the
County Treasurer on March 20th, you
wil! save costs by paying your taxes
to me before that date.
OWce at Court House.
Lloyd & Stewart,
KOI K ISI.AMI II. I...
Gracd OpeniDg Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1890.
ix straa or
$200.00 and Upwards
For aale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
ot the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remuieu rree or cnarge.
EL W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Hooau S and 4 Masonic Temple,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.
The Unseasonable Weather
which has prevailed so far, has been regarded by some as being due to
the Gulf stream appoaching northward. There ia no evidence however
that the Oulf stream baa changed its course. It ia atiU in Its old
accustomed haunts. There are Rood reasons for believing that the present
cold wave is off the track . Word comes that it has been called back .
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, Chllds' Waists. Cbilda' Slips -very
good garments for the money.
FOR 50 CENTS WE GIVE YOU
Night Dresses, Skirts. Chemise , 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. Tou
can't afford to buy before examining our goods and prices.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Harper's Theatre building Iheir
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock ol 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. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Tbe following are among tbe many bargains offered:
A floe large house with all modern Improve
ments, good barn, tree, etc., S acrca of land, line
location, just ontaide thn city Umita tear ttie
street cara ; cheap, easy term.
A nice hrlck r1itence, with all mo tern Im
provements, large grounds, on Kim street, for aale
cheap on easy terms.
Two story dwelling, six rooms, good well, ci
tern and cellar. Urge bam, acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A good honse and improvements with about 4
acres of land suitable for gardening about three
m lea from Hock Island, for sale cheap.
$1,000 will buy 80 acres of land, partly improv
ed. In Cordova township.
$S,S00 will bay a aroo 1 80 acre farm, good im
provements, ou reasonable terms.
A nice residence, large lot. tn one of the best
neighborhoods on Twenty-third street, cheap.
Only a few of thoae fine lots left in Mixter's
addition on Twenly second and Twenty-third
S175 dollars will bur a lot 6IU15. corner of
Fifth avenue and Eighth attest,
S2V1 wilt hnv a anttA l,,t fJW w1l , ,. .1.. I .n
A good eighty acre farm, well loctted in this
county w tl take house and ot In this city for
Men's Pelt Shoes 91 00
Pelt Boot Overs 1 00
" Arctics 1 00
' Rubbera 40
" Clogs 50
Women's Arcties 75
High Button Gaiters 65
Boy's Arctics 50
M saea' High Button Gaiters 60
" Rubbers 25
Children's Arctics 50
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Encyclopepia, valued 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.,
ELM STREET BHOB STORE)
Two dwelling houses, lot SOxlM, on Molls ave -
A first-class 80 acre farm, with good improve
ments. tn Bowling township, cheap.
A No. I one hundred and sixty acre farm, wltk
first-class improvements, cheap.
A nice bluff property, large grounds, shads
trees, fruit, etc , cheap.
Two or three acres on the bluff, fine laad tor
building or gardening.
Some of the beat lota in Dodge's addiUon on
SO or 40 acres, with good improvement, on the
A good kt ca tbe bluff in Rodman', aub-dtvis
$400 will buv a fine Vi aere lot Just oatald cl-r
limits, on bluff.
A good bouse, btrn and fine corner lot la to
upper part of the oity convenient to th aaw m 11,
ie pot and Island, cheap.
A nice two story dwelling, well located ea
Twentieth alreet, cheap,
$1,000 will bur six acres with some tmpro?-
mentt, on the luff.
WOO will hay a house with four rooms, convea
lent to the lower factories.
SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Ave