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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
Copper, Tin and SW Iron W,-
PLUMBING, GAS AND
' And House FuRNisniNQ Goods.
ISiTSteamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
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w ' ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY I
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We ill ioxne 5 C0t'cket good for one year. By bringing this ticket with you
whenever yon come to cither of onr store we will register thereon the amounts and yonr
future cash purchases until they amount to 120.00 and we will then give you the above
AlthouKh many hundred dollars' worth of these books will be given away, amounting
practically to a discount and saving to you of 25 per cent on your purchases, we will still
hold onr prices as low if not lower than ever.
We will try and save you many dollars in tre future, and beltere by enterprise and
fair dealing we will merit your patronage. IK) not fail to take advantage of this free gift.
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Next door to Crampton's Bookstore, (up stairs )
The pnlilic is cordially invited to inspect our new Gallery, the finest West of Chicago
without any exemption . We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make llfe
siie Photographs direct. We have the only Gallery in this city which is first-class tn all Its
Appointments, tn fact it contains more Instruments, Buck Orounds. Photographic Furniture,
etc., thau all the othr Galleries iu this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
order and also the ability and determination to sustain it. a
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312, 314 Twentieth St.,
.And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive acents
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York Wall Papi-r Co., and Ktilwrt Graves Jt Co.
SKK u kpkcial.s Which includes all
bolow other dealeis.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant and act like a charm.
They have no equal as a Family Pill, and that all may try them
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
for the following six largest Wall Paper
Hobbs Co., Nevins S, Uaviland, New
the Art papers, rrices irom mio ou per ceni
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
A Year's Record of the Bock Island
Tie Nirntor l Talwn bnta
uhe Clause a-The Atteaaaare. Ae-
The annaal report of the board of di
rectors of the Rock Island public library
submitted to the last council meeting
contains some interesting statistics as to
onr reading population, as well as figures
ol a general nature concerning this insti
ti tion in which all thoughtful citizens are
so much interested.
CIRCULATION OF BOOKS.
The circulation during the past year
a nounted to 22.749 volumes; the average
monthly use, 1,859, the number of days
ti e library was open for the issue of
books during the year being 306. The
circulation was distributed as follows:
A -t and Science S20
Riligion and Philosophy W
Pietryand Drama 28ft
Ksaysand Miscellaneous .... 1.449
H story and Biography 11
P cilon . . ... 11.S IS
Juvenile Literature 6,41
The total attendance during tbe Tear
was 37.872; the monthly average, 3,156;
the daily 'average, 104: Sunday average,
7; number of days the library was open
for the attendance of visitors, 360.
Tbe number of volumes in the library
June 1, 1889. was 9.478; the- number
aided since by purchase, 383; received by
gift, 40; worn out and withdrawn, 96;
lost, 7; leaving a total on the shelves,
June 1,1890, of 9.798.
The receipts of the library during tbe
year were $3,086 89; the expenditures
The board of directors is composed of
nine members who are appointed by tbe
a ayor with the approval of the council,
a id serve three years, those whose terms
of office expire this month being: . Maj
E.C.Connelly, J. B. Southwell and J.
R. Johnston, tbe mayor at the last meet
ing having reappointed Mr. Southwell,
aid named Messrs. J. W. Welch and
Walter Johnson to succeed Messrs.
Connelly and Johnston. The retirement
of Maj. Connelly, who tor years has been
president of the board, from an office he
has so long held, and the duties of which
be has so faithfully and acceptably dis
charged, devoting more time and atten-
t on to it than probably'any other citizen
fould, is received with general
fublic regret. Tbe directors hold
ing over are: Messrs. Adair Pleas-
ants and J. C. Rasmussen, and Rev
IL F. Sweet, whose terms expire next
j ear, and Messrs. F. C. Deck man. Tbos
5 mart and C. J. Larkin who retire in
Mr. Louis May greeted his friends to
day in his new quarters, which are in his
farmer well known location, though they
tavebeen so completely remodeled and
improved that ouefails to recognize any
trace of the former store. Mr. May now
Las the highest ceiling in the three cities,
ling sixteen feet two inches, and conse
quently he has the best lighted and best
ventilated store in the tbree cities. And
a order to be in keeping with bis
f urrounding9, he has stocked his
i helves with the best goods that have
ver been brought to this section, a line
ordered especially by Mr. May, and which
includes bottle goods such as have never
been seen here before, and much of which
have come from France. Spain and Italy.
IJis liue of staple and fancy goods replen
ished and enlarged, is also in keeping
with the stores of cities much larger than
Today Mr. Ma? has devoted himself
chiefly to tbe reception of his friends, who
have been calling and paying their corns
pliments all day, and with becoming
r'oretbought he has been prepared to re
vive all, his sistcrMnlaw, Miss Nellie
Heiosfurler, having piovidcd some nice
emonsde and a variety of cakes with
which all callers were gracefully served
Tonight Mr. May throws his store open
for a reception from 8 to 10, to which he
sxtenda a cordial invitation to to the
public. Bleuer's band will be present
and discourse music at intervals.
Col. C.endenin. of the Sixth legiment
Illinois militia, states that there is soon
to be a militia rifle contest in Wisconsin,
to which Illinois will send a team of
twelve men. Tbe manner of selecting
tbe Illinois team will be as follows
First, twelve of the best marksmen from
each of tbe four regiments in the First
brigade, and twelve from each of the
tbree regiments of the Second brigade,
will go to Springfield for practice, and
from each of the two brigades thus rep
resented will be selected twelve men, and
lastly from these twenty four will be se
lected the twelve men who are to go to
Wisconsin, and it is needless to say that
they will be tbe cream of the state mili
tia. Tbe First brigade marksmen are
now at Camp Lincoln for test, and those
selected lrom tbe Second will go down
next Tuesday. The twelve best shooters
selected fwm the Sixth regiment are
seven from Company II, of Monmouth,
and five from Company , of Sterling.
Mela Mareaa Diabarred.
A Des Moines special has tbe following
concerning Seth Morgan, erstwhile busi
ness manager of tbe Rock Island Unitn,
and tbe now defunct Davenport OatetU
The proceedings brought by the griev
ance committee of tbe Polk county bar
association against Seth Morgan for dn
barment began in the distrtct court today
before Judge Bishop. Tbe charges
brought against Morgan are that he col
lected money for a client without ac
counting to said client for the same
that be induced an old lady to sign
false deposition by false statements of its
contents; that he, tried to induce a wit
ness to testify in a case nnder promise of
receiving money for the same, and lastly
on general principles. Judge Bubop af
ter hearing tbe testimony of soma fifteen
attorneys disbarred Beth Morgan from
the Polk county bar. Morgan is at pres
ent rusticating in the west.
ISItfP AKGUB, SATURDAY, JUJiY 13, 1390:
A VfiHY HARD GANG.
Te CaaMeaea Nea WU Were Wtta
Wallace Aiwmi1 Shew
Sheriff 8ilvis was last evening suprised
to receive a call from Lawyer Green, ef
Greene. Iowa at whose instigation he
arrested Richard Weldon. a confidence
man. for fleecing a farmer out of $1,000.
as detailed in the Arods of last night
with a tequest that Weldon be released.
Green staled that his interest in the case
zas merely in a civil way and intimated
that having recovered the stolen money.
$1,000, he was willing that the
rascal go free again. As the crime
was committed in Iowa and was no
violation of Illinois laws, and tbe
sheriff further having no evidence in the
case, the justice's order being also pre
sented for the prisoner's release, the
sheriff could not do otherwise than let
him go. But he was not slow to express
to Mr. Green his opinion of him, as well
as his contempt for the proceedings, and
he furthermore informed him that if he
had tbe evidence to back his suspicions
he would lock up the entire gang for
general rascality. Last night the $1,000
which was recovered throueh the prompt
ness of Sheriff Silvis was sent to Greene,
Iowa, by express, and Weldon should
have gone also for trial for his crime.
Tbe gang, of which this Weldon is a
member, is about as hard, and at the stme
time as smooth, as there is on the road.
Last night they surrounded Detective
Nome, who traced them to. Rock Island.
and told him that he must desist from
following them, and that if he did not he
would fare badly that "they would as
leave suffer for one crime as another.
Norris was greatly alarmed at this threat
and placed himself in the hands of the
sheriff until train time.
The Mary Morton came from St. Paul.
The Sidney went north with a good trip.
The St. Paul will be down Monday
The Inverness came down with sixteen
strings of logs.
Tbe Menominee brought down fourteen
strings of lumber.
The Libbie Conger takes an excursion
to Muscatine tomorrow.
The Pittsburg is due for St. Paul at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Tbe Verne Swain was here as usual in
her regular trip from Clinton.
The stage of tbe water was 5:20 at
noon; the temperature on tbe bridge at
noon was 80.
An exchange says: "Do you know
where state rooms get their names?" said
an old river man. "Ha. Well, they
used to go by the names of states. Tbe
clerk would say to passengers as he
handed tbem the key, 'I'll put you in
Maryland or Alabama, and so forth.' And
you would see tbe names of states above
all tbe doors. Finally they just called
them state rooms. And about the texasf
The pilot house used to sit down fl-it on
the roof. The' officers' quarters were
added, and this was all about tbe time
there was so much excitement and talk
about Texas, and her admission into the
union. Then the pilot house was set up
on the 'texas.'
At 8 o'clock next Tuesday morning
Robert A. Heubner, of Warsaw, proposes
to jump from tbe Keokuk and Hamilton
bridge into (he river.and after taking this
plunge into the water to strike out for Can
ton, Mo., in an attempt to beat the swim
ming record for that distance. Heubner
ia to swim the entire distance without
leaving tbe water until his destination is
reached. - He will be followed by the
Nellie Bly on board of which there will
be persons ready to render assistance Tn
case the swimmer should be taken sick or
find himself unable to accomplish tbe
feat he proposes undertaking.
Ala far rreabjteriaa Wark.
The will of the late John McConoell,
of Bowling township, who as heretofore
stated, bequeathed over $4,000. to
Presbyterian mission societies, makes
provision as follows: to the board
of foreign missions of Presbyter
ian church in the United States. $500
to the board of borne missions of
tbe 'Presbyterian church of tbe
United States, $500; to the Presby
terian board of aid for colleges and acad
emies, to be paid through such board to
the Geneseo, IU., collegiate institute
$1,000; to the Presbyterian board for the
relief of disabled ministers, and the relief
of widows and orphans of deceased min
isters, $500; to the Presbyterian
board of education of tbe Uni
ted States, $500; to tbe board of
missions for freedmen of tbe Presbys
terian chnrch, $500; board of erection
fund of the general assembly of the Pres
by terian church-in .the United States,
$500. Cornelius Lynde, of Rock Island
is appointed trustee for each of said
boards. To tbe Presbyterian church at
Milan he also gives $50 tor tbe purchase
of books for tbeSunday school.' Tbe
remainder of bis estate goes to his
brothers William and Samuel, and his
nephew John H, after, the payment of
"Jakaa y e Taar Vaa."
it mere exists in Kock island a m an
who owns a gun and who did not exhaust
his entire stock of amunition on tbe
Fourth.he will never have an opportunity
to use it to better advantage than now.
He would serve a public which while pos
sessed of a creditable amount of human
endurance, .cannot stand too much, by
turning the muzzle on some represents
tive of the Union who attended tbe
circus yesterday, and who went borne
and wrote up as a huge joke, a couple
of chestnuts cracked by the clown which
were rank enough to have placed the
fool's life ia jeopardy then and ' there.
But tbe Union thought they were funny,
and this morning published them. A
clown that would get off such time worn
long abandoned cracks ought to get six
months In close confinement, and a paper
that would put tbem in cold type before
its readers should go up for life. Those
jokes were first perpetrated as .long ago
as when Rome ruled the world, and are
fully as ancient as Jerusalem. - .
A full line of rubber goods at Lloyd &
Wanted A cook. Apply to 709 Twen-
Straw goods marked away down at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
A fine line of white and colored vests
at Lloyd & Stewart's.
P. J. Wsgner, tbe'old grocer, was to
day assisting May the grocer.
Anything and everything, and any
thing and everything at 1614 Second ave
nue. Free lunch at Schmacbt's saloon on
Twentieth street tonight, with music by
the Union band.
Ex-Mavor Tbos. Murdoch bas returned
with his family from Kansas City to Rock
Island to stay.
Countv Sunt. Southwell' county teach
ers' institute opens at the Rock Island
High school building for a two weeks
session next Monday.
Mr. J. W. Potter left for Monmouth
this morning to attend the meeting of tbe
democratic congressional committee of
the Eleventh district, of which he is
Thieves broke into Beecher's ice house
across tbe slough Thursday night and
stole two jars of butter and several dozen
lemons. There are no clues to the in
L. A. Ellis, of Clinton, one of the un
popular nominees of Tuesday's bar con
vention of tbe Seventh Judicial district
of Iowa, bas unqualifiedly declined to ac
cept the nomination.
Committees of tbe United Presbyter
ian church of Davenport and Rock Island
have arranged for a joint picnic of the
Sunday schools of those churches at Of-
ferman's island next Wednesday.
E R. Puffer, assistant-general freight
agent, and C K. Johnson, division
freight agent of the Chicago division of
tbe C. B. & Q , and J. M.Rodman, tick
et agent of Clinton, of the same road, are
in the city today calling on Division
Agent H. D. Mack.
Tbe Franklin & Co. shows left for
Aledo during the night. Tbe train went
in two sections over tbe U., B. U , in
charge of Division Trainmaster b tan ton,
who will remain with it now for several
days or until it leaves his division. Rash
ville, Btishnell and Beards town are to be
visited it the meantime.
Clemann & Salzmann have some of
the nicest novelties in furniture you
ever saw. One of tbe latest received is a
reclining chair with foot rest, and is
controlled entirely by tbe feet. It is
easily changed to any position required.
is a model of beauty, and is simple in
construction. Go and see it.
Huber & Weinburger, of tbe Rock
Island ice company have sold their
interests to Geo. Barker, who will
attend to the wants of all their for
mer customers hereafter. This gives Mr.
Barker a practical monopoly of tbe Rock
Island ice business. When asked today
if he proposed to raise tbe price of ice he
said "not for the present."
Mr. E. E. Parmenler is in receipt of a
further communication from the coroner
at Burlington stating that the body of
Peter Holzhammer, of this city, found
there was not entirely headless, but that
it was very much disfigured, as was the
entire body from its long contact with
the water. Tbe body was buried at tbe
expense of Des Moines aounty in Aspen
Grove cemetery at Burlington.
Bert Magill, of Moline, stayed in Port
Byron on Monday night, representing
that he was coaxed to leave home. He
was evidently a homesick lad, and would
have been glad to see bis mother, but on
Tuesday morning, instead of going home
like a good boy, evidenly bad nerved
himself to go farther, and disappeared.
but has not gone home. He is a bright
boy. of 14 or 15 years. Port Byron
All stamped envelopes which are
spoiled by mistakes committed in super
scribing will be redeemed by the postof
fice department at their stamp value.
Postage 8t a trips damaged by sticking to
gether in damp warm weather or from
other causts before using, may be re
turned to the department and their value
returned to the purchaser or exchanged
for new stamps. All redeemed envel
ops and stamps are sent by the post
master who redeems them to tbe depart
ment and records are kept. -
Mad ladrerf, irTra;
There was a woman in the citv yester
day named Mattie Reed who told a pa
thetic story. She said that she. her hus
band and five little children left Daven
port, Ia.. about two weeks ago for St.
Liouis, intending to make the trip in a
skiff. They arrived at LaGrange last
Thursday night, and the next morning.
when about five miles south of that city
her husband dropped dead in tbe skiff
from heart disease. She buried him that
afternoon and continued on ber trip. She
and her little children arrived in Hanni
bal yesterday morning, but they had had
nothing to eat for at least 24 hours and
no money with which to buy anything.
Her children are crying for food and she
was in an exhausted condition. A
Courier reporter met her on the street
where she was endeayoring to beg some
thing for herself and starving children.
She said tbat she had a sister in St. Louis
and ' if she could only reach there she
thought she would receive some assis
tance. Her hands were blistered from
rowing the skiff, and she presented a pit
iable condition. Hannibal, (Mo.) Courier.
Hand ay Mervlrea.
At Trinity cburcb. Rev. C. H. Kel
logg will conduct services at 10.45 a. m.
Lay reading at 7:30 p. m. At the chapel
services at 2:30 p. m.
At the Christian Chapel, services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m , conducted by
the pastor. Rev. T. W. Grafton. Subject
in the morning, "The Name, Christian."
Evening subject, "The Prodigal's Re
turn." Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Y.
P. S. C. E. at 6:45p. m.
At the Central Presbyterian church,
preaching morning and evening by tbe
past or. Rev. J no. II. Kerr. Morning sub
ject: "Keeping One's 81 f in the Love of
God." Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m.,
William Philleo, superintendent. Toung
people's prayer meeting at 6:45 p. m.
" to tax ax&sBou
and the XaiUrs Inmmar Kaaorts on tba
fiaact Train ta the World.
Tbe great popularity of the "Seaside
and White Mountain Special" was further
shown Wednesday last, when this . mag
nificent train pulled out of Dearborn
station, Chicago, with all the accomoda
tion thereon occupied by tbe best class
of summer tourist travelers.
The next train leaves Chicago at 5 p.
m. Wednesday. Passengers for Niaraga
Falls, tbe Thousand Islands, the Adiron
dacks. the White Mountains, Portland,
Me., and all the seaside resorts of the
North Atlantic coast, going East, should
secure accomodations early. The train
leaves Chicago every Wednesday at 5 p.
m. during the tourist season. Make ap
plication to E. H. Huges, General West
ern Passenger Agent, Chicago & Grand
Trunk, Railway, No. 103-South Clark
street, Chicago, 111.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
! kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
loavoa uu uuui.
TIJII5 AND PLACE FIXED.
The Caaveatlaa That la ta Neaalaate
the Next Ceasreaaaaaa Press the
Monmouth. July 12. The democratic
congressional committee of the Eleventh
district met here today and fixed August
5 as the time,and Monmouth tbe place of
holding the convention to nominate a
candidate for congress.
Bark lalan Bleeea railed.
The house of ill repute kept by Annie
West was raided by tbe police last night
and the keeper and Annie Thompson,
with five young men from Rock Island,
were arrested and put up security for
their appearance this morning. Only one
of the young fellows, apparently, had
passed his twenty-first year, and while
one or two of. them were full of brazen
pcrlness, the rest of the group appeared
to have been placed in their unenviable
position rather through the effect of bad
companionship than from natural de
pravity. Their present experience may
proves a profitable lesson to tbem and
one not soon forgotten. Davenport
Railway Freight Clearing llooao.
New York, July 14 The Tribune haa
the following special dispatch from Chi
cago: "The di-al was completed yesterday
morning by vhich an immense railroad
freight clearing house is to be e-.tnb ished
on the tract of land southwest of Chicago,
owned by President Stick ney, of the Chi
cago, St. Paul and Kausas City road. By
the arrangement of tracks proponed any
road can exchange freight with any other
road outside of the city limits, and with
ou. nny unnecessary switching."
Hi I'aramour Cave Him Avray.
Ft. Wokth, Tex., July 12. Thursday
night Sheriff Kictiardson arrested Andrew
Temple, of this city, on a charge of rob
bing the Pacific express car at Crowka
last Septeni Int. when four liags contain
ing 4,000 Mexicnn dollars were stolen. Last
Tuesday night MaUd Wood, tbe paramour
of Temple, oiiiunt led suicide, ami left
letters that lil tn the arrest of Temple.
A C'rntruary .f Methmliiim.
Boston, July 12. The centeunary of
Methodism iu Boston was celebrated yes
terday by a meeting near the site whereon
100 years ago Rev. Jesse Lee preached the
first Methodist sermon ever heard in this
city. Domiuie Lee's pulpit, was a table
lent him by a carH-nter, and his canopy
was the old el in on the common.
Mulilonn Haa Hourrd on Joha I
Xew Yokk, July li The World con
tains a long card from William Muldoon
in reply to some utterances of John Lt
Sullivan. Muldoon refers to Sullivan as
an ingrate, liar, cow ard, and loafer, and
expresses a willingness to train Kilrain
for a fight with him, and offers to bet fV
S00 that Kilrain w ill win.
Terrible IMphthrria Kpidenale.
Halifax, July 12 Advices from St.
Johns, N. F., say that there have been
2.6M) cases of diphtheria and 503 deaths
since the outbreak of the epidemic. Th
disease is now under control.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of tbe Black Hawk Homestead.Build
ing. Loan and Saving association will be
held at tbe secretary's office in Bengston's
block, Kock Island, 111., on Tuesday
evening, July 15, for tbe purpose of
electing four directors for the term of
three years, and such other business that
may come before it.
J. M. Montgomery. Pres.
T. J. Mf.dh.I.. Jr. Secretary.
laaaotrlal Cawaaltictra Htlax.
Members of all committees in connec
tion with tbe Industrial Home Fourth of
July celebration are requested to meet
this evening at Hillier's hall. Business of
importance. J. W. Cavanacoh,
Order your ice creams and ices from
Krell & Math for your parties and recep
tions and then you will be sure to please
the palate of your guests. .
Long Service. Employment Agent:
See here I How is this? You staved two
weeks in your last place. How did tbat
happen? Domestic: -Sure. Oi donno.
Oi muscht av overshlept meself.
Lost A red pocket book with black
rubber band. Finder will please leave at
this office and be liberally rewarded.
That tired feeling now so often beard
of, is entirely overcome by Hood's Sar
saparilla, which gives mental and bodily
Take your wife, sweetheart or daugh
ter into Erell & Math's and treat them
to a fine dish of ice cream or a rich glass
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and va
nilla ice cream at Krell fc Math's.
A washwoman wanted at the Rock
The n jw Pension Bill is now a law. This will
hcucttmany old eoldi'rs or the w:4pwa, orphaaa
and dependent parents of those who have died.
Call on or send your addrecs to
H. C. CONNELLY,
Late ef tbe Hth Illinois Cavalry.
Attorkct at Law, ROCK ISLAND. ILL.,
who will assist yon and give too all tbe tofotm
tion you may wish.
Jul & 3m
ta a crai or
$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 annoafiy, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attoknuy at Law
Rooms t and 4 Xaaonle Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK. IBtAHD, 11.1,.
Spring Styles now Beady.
YOU will FIND
The below mentioned Goods
Ladies' Ribbed Vests 8a
Zephyr Robes from $3.50 to $4.95,
Challies, half wooL
Challies, all cotton.
Lawns, very few left at 3 l-2c
Princess Cassimere 12 1-So.
Summer Beiges, double fold, 12Ho-
Challies, all wool.
Chemisettes, new styles, rolling col
Paisley Twills, 'stripes, imitating
wool tennis flannels, 1 9c.
Hock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 ft. m., nd Saturday eTCBings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security.
E. P. EETSOLDS. Pres. 9 C. DKXKMAXN, Vice Pre. J. 11. BCFOKD. Cannier.
P. L. Mitchell. K P. Reuolda, F. C. Drnkmann. John Cruhaneh. C. P. Lynde,
1. 1. Rcimera, L. Simon. K. W. Ha ml. J. M. Buford.
Jacemh HcnT, Solicitors.
(W"W111 bevia banlne July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynda
nntil new bank ia completed.
EVERYBODY knows what Lustre Band Is. There is no ware more
reliable; free from crazing, toagh and durable, and at the tame time neat
and attractive, it is and has been for manv years, a staple anicle among
I bare just received a large shipment, m y own importation, of tbe
very best grade of Meakin'a English lustre band. I really haven't room
for all of it, with the many other new things I hare coming in, and hence
I offer the following prices on this stock, cnttl. Jclt 12th oslt. Re
member that after July 12th you can't buy at these figures:
Vegetable Dlabea, 7 inch... 18 cenU each.
Covered Batters .- 60 -
Coffee Capa and saucers
Covered Dishes, 8 Inch
PlaUers, 8 Inch
Tea Caps and saucers
These are sample prices; other
IVOpen Saturday eveninga nntn 9:00 p.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND "WINDOW SHADES, .
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
Wc thank too sincerely for yonr past favors, and here pledge yoa onr best efforts ta the
fntara. Onr dealings rhmll be characterized by nromptaess and the strictest Integrity to
onr mutual interests.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1813 Second avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
, At the Lowest prices in toe three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSJTTanned Goods in all colors.
1 IFTKLISIE. '
An Encyclopedia valued at $8 00 given away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. . Call in and let ns show yoa the book and
explain bow yoa can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr. ,
CXNTRAL 8H04.BTORK, 1818 Second A venae.
KLM 8TRKXT SHOX 8TORI
MStllftk Aveanr. ' -
very suitable for present wear.
Lawn Tennis Flannels, 10c, Ho
Ladies' Victoria Laundered Shirts,
cool and stylish, what are left will be
closed at reduced prices.
Just In, new silver and gold head
Umbrellas, $1.47. $1.57 gloria silk.
26 inch, extra values.
SS " -
4 " ap
- . 1.10
articles in this ware in proportion.
Ceockkry and China,
1609 Second Avenue.
O. O. HUCKSTAEDT.