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THE ROOK ISLAKD AUGUB. THUKSDAY. JUXjY If. 1890.
Copper, Tin and
PLUMBING.'GAS AND STEAM FITTING-
And House Furnishing Goods.
CWSteamboat and Distillery
Containing 11 pures leather bound GIVEN AWAY.
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whenever yon come to either of onr stores we will register thereon the amounts and yonr
fntare cash purchases nntil they amount to f.JO.00 and we will then give you the above
Although many hundred dollars' worth of these books will be given away, amounting
practically to a discount and saving to yon of 35 per cent on your pmchases, we will still
hold our prices as low If not lower than ever.
We will try and save you many dollars in tVe f .tare, and belle e by enterprise and
fair dealing we will merit your patronage. IKi not fail to take advantage of this free gift.
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Ne it door to Craropton's Bookstore, (up stairs )
The public w cordially invited to Inspect our new Oallery, the finest West of Chicago
without any exception . We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make life
siie Photographs direct. We have the only Gallery in this city which is first-class In all Its
appointments. In fact it contains more Instruments, Back Gronuda, Photographic Furniture,
etc., than all the other Uallyriea tn this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
order and also the anility ana determination to sustain it.
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WALL PAPER COMPANY
3112, 314: Twentieth St., -
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive asrents
Factories: Kirge s Sou. Jam-wny Orr., Robert S.
York Wall Paprr To., and Kohert Graves & Co.
SEE Un fPKClALS Which iucludes all the
below o'her dealers.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
IvOIIN &d ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant and act like a charm.
i They have no equal as a FamUy Fill, and .that all may try them
are give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Sheet Iron Work
Work a Specialty.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
for the following six lanreat Wall Paper
Hobba & Co.. Nevins Jt Uavilaud. New
Art papers. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
the liver, Kidney and Stomach.
25c a Bottle.
Druggist, Rock Island.
EVIDENCES OF FRIGHT.
1 he Union Pokes np the Republican
..- Congressional Delegates.
1 1 Beaalads Them of the "Ofere Krse-
I at Ion" of Eaeeraesaeatt, trie
Them all to Attend the Caaventlaa
The Union of this morning gives itself
a id its party away by devoting nearly a
column to the subject of the republican
congressional convention which meets at
Buahnell next Tuesday, and shows lis
a lxiety in every line by Us attempted ad
n inistration of Oest tonic to the dele'
gites. After republishing the names.
hich is V superfluous at the outset, as it
st ates further on that all are going and
that their credentials haye all been pre-
pired and are in the hands of Capt. W
C. Bennett, who beads the delegation, it
a akes a further indiscreet move by re
producing the resolutions of the county
convention instructing for Oest, and is
careful to repeat that they were present
albyC. H. Deere, of Moline. 'It at
tempts to explain the republication of the
endorsing resolutions by saying: "We
reproduce these resolutions for the pur
pise of 'Saying that the hearty- unanimity
of their adoption and their introduction
bf Mr. Deere, effectually silenced the
tiicky democrats who had undertaken to
secure Mr. Gest's defeat in the conven
lion of bis own party because they knew
they could not do it at the polls by
spreading abroad false reports of disaf
faction at home in order to encourage
leading republicans of other counties to
come out and deprive him of the oppors
tunity of further service."
The Union may be so misguided as to
bolieve that not only do all the ieadiog
n publicans of Rock Island county, but
p -obably of the other 'counties in the dis
trict. too, know how those resolu
tions got into Mr. Deere's hands. They
were written by Boss Wells, brought into
tbe county convention in his pocket who
presented them to Mr. Deere and asked
him to read them to the convention just
before be did so. - The boss knew full
well that with the popularity of Mr.
Deere as a candidate for Mr. (Jest's
st oes, the latter's chances were by no
means gratifying until Deere was out of
tbe way, so the boss resorted to a cun
ning and at the same time a cheeky
trick cheeky to such an extent as onlv a
man of his nature could perform it. But
b? was equal to the tisk and he did so.
No man probably saw clearer through
tbe scheme than Mr. Deere, but be
was placed in - such a predicament
U at he cculd not well do other
wise than do WelU' bidding and
ho did it, and read the resolutions. He
tt us put himself out of Gest's way. and
Boss Wells no doubt received a cigarette
package chromo from Washington the
n xt week when the report of the pro
ceedings reached tbe congresma.
The resolution was put into Mr Deere's
bunds for its effect, and the next day one
hundred copies of the Union with-that
portion of the proceedings alluding to
Mr. Deere's offering the resolution very
ct refully marked, were sent over the dis
trict. Tbe resolution was put into Mr
Daere's hands for that purpose, and tbe
purpose to wbicb it was put this morn
ing. Yet there does seem to be a great
deal of unessineis at headquarters yet, or
it certainly would not be necessary to
poke up the delegates as to not failing to
attend next Tuesday's convention, and
stimulating them to stand by "Mr.
The Lumberman brought down eight
strings of lumber.
The Golden Gate. Pilot and Verne
9-vain came down.
The Penguin, West Rambo and Verne
Swain went north.
The J. W. Van S.mt came over tbe
rapids with fourteen strings of, logs.
Tbe Sam Atlee came down -with four
teen strings of logs and two cf lumber.
Tbe stage of the water was 4.10 at
neon; the temperature on the bridge at
The Libbie Conger takes an excursion
out every night this week, and goes to
Capt. Streckfus, of tbe Verne Swain,
aiid his crew, now wear new regulation
ce ps bearing the name of tbe rank of the
Tbe White Eigle, which took a picnic
party to While Sulphur yesterday got
stack opposite the springs, and did not
get off until late in tbe night. Many of
lb e excursionists returned to tbe city by
rail, while others stayed with the boat
until she got away.
Among the passengers on the Verne
8 vain which came down this morning
was a man named Puhl who was one of
tbe passengers on the illfated Sea Wing
of last Sunday's Like Pepin disaster.
Mr. Puhl relates the scenes on the un
lucky boat as indiscribabfe at the time of
tbe capsizing, and he says that he was in
the water an hour before being rescued.
He still keeps the life preserver that
st yed him fiom drowning.
A well known contractor and one of
his men had an exciting debate on the
Milan road yesterday afternoon as to a
question of wages, and finally ended in
tbe contractor knocking the disputant
down. " No arrests have yet been made.
A member of the bar bad an animated
ei change of epithets in a aajoon last
night, and before the heated discussion
ended, the proprietor of the bouse drew
a revolver and threatened to use it, but
tt e wordy encounter ended there.
f'aa the Trf.
Arrangements are being made, for a
trotting and pacing matinee on the Rock
Island fair grounds In about two weeks.
Tbe races are to be participated in only
by horses of the three cities, of whom
tt ere are several speedy ones. There
will be twolrotting and one pacing race,
tt e entrance fee being placed at $5, with
a division of tbe purse according to the
p Mition of the horses at the conclusion
o" the. race. The track waa put in
g Kd condition laat spring, and several
steppers are In training there now.
THE COUNTY NORMAL.
Today's laatractlaae la the Teachers'
lamitate jiaoa Work or laatrae-
Today's session of the county institute
opened with devotional exercises as usu
al. Prof. Housel did grand work in mu
sic and the teachers are taking a lively
interest iu the subject and it bids fair to
become a prominent feature in the public
schools of the county, as it is in tbe
cities. Prof. Felmley is still at the helm
in the advanced reading work, and gives
out the Idea that teachers should be very
careful and see that the pupils are able to
comprehend the thought, and not to see
how much matter they can pass over in
a very limited time, but get well what
they undertake to do. Also that ideas
should be connected throughout and have
relation to each other.
Prof. DeGarmo dwelt largely on tbe
inductive method,, . showing np many
points that will be very helpful to the
teacher. His work on the Science of
Education is one of the most interesting
subjects of this institute. . He delivered
another of those interesting lectures th's
afternoon on the subject, "Greek Spirit
Although tbe weather is warm, there was
a nice audience gathered to hear him
in the assembly room. After this Mr
Harris took up the work on botany.
He had made several microscopical sec
tions of the different parts of the leaf
which were of great interest to all present
The class is quite large, numbering
something near sixty.
He spent nearly all the forenoon in
preparing specimens to show to the class
and is coming to the front as an educa
tor and will in time rank among the fore
most in our land.
The enrollment has reached 190 and it
is expected to reach 300 this week. We
are glad to note that so many pupils and
teachers are availing themselves of the
opportunity of attending the institute.
Additional names to the enrollment are:
Henry Quick, Port Bvron; Lulu
(Jburcbbill. Rock Island; Lulu Leslie,
Nellie Timberlake. Alma Hobart. Port
Byron; Anna Daxon. Lizzie Crawford,
Milan; ueorpia Spurling, Reynolds; Ida
(-'oaaaalMloaer Jaekaoa Retaraa and
the Feaataias Arrive The Other
Oraameots-Polatera fr Loafers.
Commissioner Jackson, of Spencer
square, returned from Chicago last evens
lng and this morning tbe Cable memorial
fountain and tbe Davis drinking foun
tain arrived over tbe C, B. & Q. road,
and will be put in position at once. A
change will be necessary in tbe base for
tbe large Cable fountain, and this will de
lay the Work of putting it up somewhat.
but it will be erected in about two weeks.
Tbe other ornaments will all be here by
August 1, it being necessary to cast some
Tbe park has already become a very
popular resort these hot evenings and tbe
seats so far put in are pretty well taken
advantage of. It is apparent.too.that an
outside circular walk will be nec
essary to accomodate tbe overflow
if the crowd increases, and this will
be made of gravel. Mr. Jackson is hap
py to note the appreciation shown tbe
work, but a noticeable unpleasantness in
connection with the use of the seats is
tbe filthy habit indulged in by some,
whether through ignorance or a disposi
tion to mar things of beauty, of spitting
tobacco juice on the walks. This dis
gusting practice which has already been
brought to the attention of the mayor,
will have to cease, and those who show
by their indecency that they do not ap
preciate the park, will be excluded from
participation in its privileges.
ON A RAMPAGE.
A rrleat Make a niaplay of HiaiMrir
la Koek iHtaad aad Wind Tp in the
Poliee Mtatloa la Davenport.
The Davenport Democrat of last even
Soon after tbe train from the west
came in yesterday morning a man made
his appearance in the region of the depot,
acting wildly and seeming to be insane.
tie ran back and forth across the" tracks
while the engine was pushing cars about
the depot, denounced the railroad com
pany and otherwise demeaned himself in
a manner to cause alarm in timid minds,
till tbe police were telegraphed for. When
Chief Kessler arrived be used gentle
means in effecting the arrest, as he saw
that the bailess man was not in his sober
senses. The man walked a short distance
but finally swore that he'd so no farther
and began to resist and a citizen was
called to assist in holding him. Tbe
patrol wagon at last took him to the
police station, where be is sleeping off his
load this afternoon.
The man was well dressed in the irarb
of tbe clergy of the Catholic church, and
investigation of bis papers showed him to
be rather Daly, of Farmington. Inquiry
elicited the information that he was in
Rock Island Monday, where he was
drinking heavily, and that he has a con
siderable sum of money with him, most
or which he was engaged in eivinir awav
hand-bill fashion, $3 at a time. Father
Trevis called at the station to see him
during the day. but left with the wish that
he might be kept there till be bad recov
ered from his debauch so far as to be able
to take care of himself.
Adoaraed at Last.
Judge Glenn wound np tbe protracted
May term of the circuit court this after
A motion for a new trial in the suit of
M. B. Fawcett vs. the Moline Malleable
Iron company, was overruled, and judg
ment rendered on the verdict for tVOQO.
State's Attorney Eturgeon entered a
nolle prosse in the indictment of the Mo
line Malleable Iron company for main
taining a nuisance in burning crude oil.
It waa agreed that the first week of
the September term be devoted to chan
cery business, and that the iury be sum
moned for the second week.
Court then adjourned.
Hav ing purchased the ice business of
the Rock Island Ice company and consol
idated it with my own, I am now pre-
parecT to supply the patrons of either
company, and as many new ones as will
give me their patronage. All orders will
receive prompt attention. Telephone
1140. Geo. Barker,
Office 16.12, Second avenue.
Cheviot waists 25c, worth 50c at Simo:
Beautiful new patterns of flannel shiiu
at Simon & Mosenfelder s.
Boys' jeans pants 25c, worth double he
price, at Simon is Mosenfelder s. f
A telephone has been put in for Bar
ker, the ice man. The number is 1140
Warranted for one year, one or tkose
1 2.68 men's suits Simon & Mosenfelder
are making move. p
E A.Sweeney, Mis-Amy Sweeney; and
Mrs. C. L. Walker left yesterday morn
ing for Asbury Park, N. J. (
Tt i whinnered that tbe Lmon l tJ
have another libel suit on its bands )n a
Tew hours. Poor Lmonl
The third subscription concert by 8tms'
ser's orchestra occurs at Hatcher's Etna
street garden this evening. 1
The Christian Sunday school will have
a picnic at Black Hawk's tower tomor
row, going out on the 9 e clock car.
Will some one send word to To
Campbell that he board of supervisors
go down tbe river on tbe Libbie Conger
Maj. O. W. Dawes' family joined tbe
campers on Big island today. The rami
lies of Judge Adams and M. G. Mills vis
ited the camp today.
Wanted An experienced girl to do
general housework in a family of three.
Good girl, good wages. Apply at 1024
Second evenne, city.
S'mon & Mosenfelder are making big
sscriQces. They must have room for
their fall stock. All summer goods sold
at greatly reduced prices.
S. A. Mayall and wife, of Free port, are
visiting in the city. Mr. Mayall was a
former C. B. & Q engineer, but is now
running on the C. M. & N. out of Free-
Mr. Walter S. Pidcock. of Cordova,
was in the city last evening. He has
lately opened np a firstclass restaurant in
his town, and proposes to feed the bun
gry at reasonable rates.
Stipei visor Lamont this afternoon ex
tended an invitation to his colleagues in
the county bo&rd to take a ride down, tbe
river on tbe Libbie Conger tonight and
the invitation was accepted without, a
The Galva and Orion clubs of the Hen
ry county league, will play in Orion Fri
day, July lSlh. Game called at 3 p. m.
The Peoria train arrives in time for the
first inning. Tbe Galvas have been
strengthened by a Peoria battery, and the
two clubs are tie for third place.
Mr. W. K. Fulton, of Aledo, was in tbe
city today looking after a bay, half Clyde
mare three years old, stolen from bis pas
ture at Viola. HI., Jnly 12. While here.
however, Mr. Fulton received telegraphic
information that the colt had been recov
ered near Galesborg and tbat officers
were now after the thief.
Eann & Huckstaedt, the enterprising
furniture dealers, have an advertisement
on this page which they invite the public
to peruse. This fir a. propose to always
keep up with tbe times in fine furniture
and carpets, while their prices are just as
attractive. If ou need anything in their
line, give tbem a call.
In Drury township on Monday a far
mer named Thomas Campbell, brought a
suit against Fred Feltman for $100 dam
ages, the defendant's dog having run into
tbe road, and frightened Campbell's horse.
Tbe case was given a jury trial before
Justice Wray. and the jury's verdict was
in favor of tbe owner of the dog.
Baker & Housman have received a cat
alogue and book of illustrations of J. L.
Mott s Iron works which is the best in the
world. People who intend to donate
fountains, vases or other ornamentations
to public parks or set off their private
grounds would do well to consult this
firm and look over one hundred and
twenty-five pages of this book.
Over the slough tongues are wagging
over a marital misfit of but one month's
duration. A young man married a coun
try miss, so the story goes, not for her
beauty, love of sympathy, but for her
money. She hag the stuff" but refused
to make him custodian of it. Hence be
has sent her forth to the parental roof
again and he is free to consummate other
matrimonial compacts in all but the sight
of the law.
It is amusing to note with what per
sistency and diligence Tom Campbell
sticks it to the county board these days.
tie even went so tar as to follow the su
pervisors to the county farm yesterday
and partake of the free chuck provided.
Campbell is plainly jealous of Browner's
popularity not only with all members of
the board, "but wiib all who know him
and with everyone be meets, but the re
publican aspirant would show better
judgment were he to conceal his anxious
At the meeting Tuesday of the stock
holders of the Moline Plow Co. changes
were made in tbe election of directors. G.
IT Cbandler.of Omoskeag.N. H.,was elec
ted in place of George Stephens, and Je
rome Wheelock in place of Martin King
man, or I'eoita. The directors subse
quently eiectea . w. Wheelock presi
dent:G. B. Chandler, vice-president: A.
R. Bryant, secretary, and S. M. Hill,
Hon. Wm. Prentiss, of Macomb, ts in
tbe city today in conBultationwiih Judge
Pleasants on appellate court bflsinefs
He had time, however, to shake hands
With many of his political and personal
ir lends. it was one of tbe greatest mis
takes tbe voters of this district ever made
when they elected Gest over Mr. Prentiss
in 18SS, and none realixe this now more
fully than those democrats who proved
untrue to their party's principles.
Oppaaed to t he Tlekeu
Tbe Scott county bar had a stormy
convention yesterday, in which the nom
inations of tbe recent bar convention of
the Seventh judicial district of Iowa were
disapproved by resolutions to the follow
RuoUed, Tbat the bar of Scott county
does not approve of the action of tbe re
cent district bar convention in failing to
recommend Messrs. Howat and Waterman
forjudges of this Seventh judicial dis
trict, for the reason that such action and
the course of onr delegates at said con
vention was not in keeping with the ex
pressed sentiment of our bar.
RttoUed further. That the prevailing
and expressed sentiment of this bar is,
and at the time of tbe bar and district
convention was. in favor of the retention
of the present judges in office, and our
delegates contrary to their authority, ig
nored said sentiment.
These were adopted by a vote of 21 to
14, and Mr. L, M. Fisher has in accord
ance with them published a letter formal
ly declining tbe nomination at the bands
of tbe unpopular bar convention. . .
' Order your ice creams and ices from
Krell & Math for vour parties and recep
tions and then you will be sure to please
the palate of your guests.
Mclntire Brof . have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Take yonr wife, sweetheart or daugh
ter into Krell & Math's and treat them
to a fine dish of ice cream or a rich glass
The Kaaaas JartsdletlaaMympaihlaes
With i he IMIaols HoTemeat Ttae
A special dispatch from Kansas City to
today's Chicago Tribune contains the
following of interest to the Modern
A convention ofthe delegates from
campa or tbe Modern Woodmen of Kan
sas was held here today. Nearly 200
delegates were present, and resolutions
were adopted fayoring state jurisdiction
but retaining connection with bead camps
and the charter of Illinois. The expressed
sentiment was strong in approval of the
action and suit brought by the attorney
general and auditor or Illinois, the head
physician and officers of tbe order in ex
posing and punishing the perpetrators of
the recent frauds on the order. Head
Escort Hamlin, of Emporia, and Dr. Mc
Kinnie, of Chicago, addressed the con'
vention at noon today on state lurisdic
tion. Tbe camps of Kansas will send 150
delegatus representing 4,000 members, to
tbe bead camp, to be held at Springfield,
III., in November. The convention was
enthusiastic and harmonious.
A PACIFIC JTjBISDICTIO.M.
P. S. McGIynn, editor of the Moline
Dispatch, writing from Denver says:
This morning's Denver Republican has
some news interesting to Modern Wood
men. It seems that "the Sovereign Head
Camp of the World" has formed a Pacific
Jurisdiction, with headquarters at Den
ver. The head consul of this jurisdiction.
probably an appointee of Grand Mogul
Koot, is IT. A. Falkenburg. la tbts mora
ing's paper appears a long list of officers
and committees appointed by this Head
Consul Kalkenburg, including head ad
viser, clerk, banker, escort, watchman.
sentry, physician, managers, etc., and
committees galore. v The order in tbe
west seems already to have practically
cut loose from tbe order in tbe original
states. Root has. it can be seen, estab
lished himself as sovereign head consul.
with at least one loyal juriediclion in his
control. Tbe circular of appointments
by Head Consul Falkenburg states that
the appointments are made "until the
regular session of tbe head camp ot said
jurisdiction in 18ya.
Mrpttaaner tiraad Janrs.
- The board of supervisors this after
noon drew the following jurors to serve
at the September term ot tbe circuit
Cordova Washington Brink.
Coe A F Hollister.
Canoe Creek Thomas Walker.
Zuma J E Donahoo.
Port Byron Ed M Rogers.
Hampton H O Norton.
Moline Geo Hull, D W Gould. John
South Moline Louis Jahns.
Rock Island Conrad Schmidt. Ed
liurrill, Jr. O P Olson, Wm McGuinb.
South Rock Island Cyras Valentine,
Black Hawk Geo D Medill.
Coal Valley John Barton.
Rural L E Wilson.
Bowling John Forgv.
Edgington Forrest Young. ,
Andalusia Sam Kennedy.
Buffilo Prairie Thomas Boney.
Drury Jamea Roseman.
You Taks bo Bxk
In buying Hood's Sarsaoarilla. for it in
everywhere recognized as the standard
nunaing up medicine and Mood purifier.
It has won its wav to tbe front hv its own
intrinsic merit, and has the largest sale
or any preparation of its kind. Any
nooest oruggist win confirm this state
ment. If you decide to take Hood's Sr-
saparilla do not be induced to buy any
thing else instead, lie sure to get Hood's.
Plenty of those 13 and 15c Dants left at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
E. E. Parmenter. attorney ai. iaw.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postoffice block. Rock Isl
and. Ills. dswly
The peculiar enervating effect of sum
mer weather is driven out by Hood's Sar-
saparilla, which "makes the weak
An undeserved reputation is extremely
hard to live up to.
Excursion On .the T.ihhin Cnniwr
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday even
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and va
nilla ice cream at Krell & Math's.
More lawn tennis shirts iust received at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
All baccalaureate sermons do not in-
dorse tobacco chewing.
A washwoman wanted at the Rock
The new Pension Bill is sow a law. Thia win
henefitmany old soldiers or the w:dowa, orphans
and dependent parenu of those who have died.
Call on or aend yonr address to
H. C. CONNELLY,
Late rf the 14th Illinoia Cavalry.
Attobitetat Law, ROCK ISLAND. ILL.,
who will awint yon and civ yon all the infoima
tion yon may wish. jnl S-w3m
ix sums or
$200.00 and Upwards-
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest T per cent aeml annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attobitxt at Law
Roosts t and -4 Kaaoolc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
BOCK ISAiAJID, ILL.
Spring Styles now Beady.
.. u -o r
This waist Is designed to meet the
requirements of ladies who cannot,
comfortably, wear a stiff and rigid cor
set, while it can be worn with as much
comfort as an ordinary dress-waist, it
will give the same elegance of contour
as the heaviest boned corset in the
market, while the stays are so arranged
that they give support to the back and
spine, and in nowise interfere with the
freedom and comfort of the wearer.
Onr price for this comfortable and
healthful waist is $1.00. You will no
doubt find it fully as satisfactory as
waists for which yon have p aid $ 1 .75.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. '
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED CXDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings' TBank,
- ROCK ISLAND,, ELL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtnrday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security.
E. t. REYNOLDS, Pres. f C. DKNKXANN. Vice Pres. J. M. BCFORD. Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell. E P. Remolds, P. C. Ifc-nkmuin. John Orntwneb C. P. Lynde.
J. J. Rctuiers. L. Simon. K. W. Hum, J. U. Unford.
Jacesok A Ui'Bst, Solicitors.
rS"Will bejria bolne. Jnly 8, 181, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynde
until new bank is completed.
WE HAD a splendid trip. Everything went off as smoothly as though we had
traveled together all our lives, but still it
really housekeeping at last.
You know papa gave me $25 to
imagine how far I have made that money
Davenport was a better place to buy than
juststop a minute as I passed Loosley's
get a few prices; but when I got in, I saw
getting all I wanted richt there. It makt
you what I got for that $25.
In the first place Mr. Loosley showed
that Wans you know, the dishes that you can buy anything jou want of; the
color is something between a blue and green he called it celeste. Yon can see it
when you come, for I bought just what I wanted from it, and got it all for 99.50,
Then I got a neat decorated chamber set,
a pretty red water set, six tumblers and
(there'a a splendid lot to choose from)
$1.85. For a reading lamp I chose a pretty center draft lamp.- shade and vase de
corated to match, $3 00 and a lovely hanging lamp for $5.00. That finished up my
money; bnt John came in just then, and
spoons, Roger's plate.
Of course I saw these things in mora
me, when yon see what I've got. that Loosley's is just tbe place for people who
want good things at reasonable prices.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES, ' ' ' '
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
. We thank too sincerely for yonr past favors, and here pledge yoa oar best efforts la the
fnture. Onr dealings shall be characterized by rromptneaa and tbe strictest Integrity to -onr
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1813 Second avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES. .
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
"PATENT LEATHER SHOES
- . -
For Ladiesjand Gentlemen.
- tSTanried Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at 16 00 given trway to each customer buying $25-00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call In and let ns show you the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 18ia Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
Our C. C.t C. summer "corset is the
best 50e corset on the market- The
manufacturers tell us to guarantee the
wear. This corset won't tear- Large
assortment of other makes and styles.
We have just opened a new assort
ment of umbrellas in gloria silk, silver
handles in handsome designs at $1-57.
These umbrellas are made of the same
excellent silk as the former lot adver
tised a short time ago and without
doubt will sell as rapidly.
Special prices on summer goods of
all kinds to close.
is awfully nice to be in our own house and
buy a set of dishes with ; you never could
go. We always thoutjht. you know.' tbat
here at home, and so I thought I would
crockery store on my wsy to the ferry, and
so many things I liked, tbat I ended by
s an awfuffone list, but I'm eo:mr to tell
me what he called an open stock nattern
twelve pieces with a slop jr. for $4.50;
tray, for $1.25; a doien table tumblera
and jelly classes and fruit jars; these cost
bought a set of silver knives and forks and
expensive patterns, but you wii: agree with
O. O. HUCKSTAEDT
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