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THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, JULY 21. 1S90.
Prices never before quoted on Goods
Commencing Monday morning at 8
'clock we will sell
I at 34c a box,
west price ever quoted on above
dele- It is acknowledged by thous
.ds of ladies who use it daily to be
e only preparation that does not
ugh the skin, burn, chap, blister, or
ave black spots on the face
at 17c a box,
.iOwest price ever quoted on dove
owder one-third less than regular
rice. It imparts to the skin a beau ti
ll transparent whiteness and makes
t delicately soft and smooth.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Rkcond Avenue.
Containing 1431 pages leather
We will isane a 5 CO t'eket cxxl for one year. By bringing this ticket with you
whenever yon come to either of oar (tores we will register thereon the amounts and yonr
fiitare cash purchases until they araoaut to 120.00 and we will then give yon the above
Although many hundred dollars' worth of these books will be given away, amounting
4 practically to a discount and saving to you of 85 per cent on yonr puichanes, we will still
hold onr prices as low if not lower than ever.
We will try and save you many dollars In tve future, and belie'e by enterprise and
; fair dealing we will merit your p.ttronage. Do not fail to take advantage of this free gift.
I Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
I Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
-Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
I " ' '
For the cure of all disorders of the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
They are safe, sure and pleasant and act like a charm."
They have no equal as a Family
give away a sample package
I Regular Size
we shall place on sale this week.
SUN OR RAIN
at 94c each.
Full size 26in above quality never of
fered at the price before.
SUN OR RAIN
at 72c cacti.
SILK, SUN OR RAIN
26 INCH SILVER HANDLES
at $1.22 each
Sold first of season at $1 90. All
fancy parasols marked down to close
One lot fancy satine parasols 75o
each to close. Silk Pongee Parasols
closing price $ 1 .00. Come early.
bound GIVEN AWAY.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
Opposite Habper House.
Pill, and that all may try them
FREE. Call and get one.
25c a Bottle.
Druggist, Bock Island.
ELLS'. WILD BREAK.
A Kock Island Young: Man juatea
an Ass of Himself.
DIVERTING HIS WIFE AND BABIES.
Hs Weds Anothrr Wemai l Davea
l.opr, Thua Breaklnc Twi Trader
Jflearts-IIow the Crime, was Peaad
Oar, and the OOeader Arrested
Fred C. Ells, of this city, languishes
behind the bars in a cell in the Daren
pert police station, charged with a most
se -ious and outrageous offense a sin in
this case against the laws of Iowa, but
which would have been as much of a
cr me in any state whose statutory pro
Talons Include the preservation of home
and the punishment of any indecency to
ward it. Ells is charged with bigamy,
and the case against him seems to be a
pretty sound one.
Notwithstanding that Ells has a faith
ful wife and four plump, brighteyed,
aweet-faced children that might be a joy
to any man of ordinary paternal instincts,
he yesterday became the husband of an
otner woman whom he had shamefully
and basely deceived. Saturday he pro
cured from the ScoU county clerk a
license to wed Miss Ida Hudson, daugh
ter of A. J. Hudson, of this city, and yes
terday morning by prearrangement he
rut t MioS Hudson at the corner of Third
avenue and Fifteenth street and they pro
celled to Davenport. In the study of
tni Christian church, immediately after
tbo morning service yesterday. Ells and
Miss Hudson were united in marriage by
Rt v. J. F. Qormley, pastor of the church
and they immediately went to visit with
the family of the bride living on Farnam
street north of Locust, Davenport. But
as a fate would have it, the couple bad
barely arrived when a brother of
tbo newly married woman and his wife
ca led to -spend the afternoon with the
same family and the bride unhesitatingly
anl innocently made known her happi
ness to her brother, who was horrified;
knowing of the existence of Ells' family
be e, but be concealed his astonishment
until an opportunity offered for him to
return to Rock Island and acquaint his
father with the facts. The latter im
mediately placed the case in the bands of
Marshal -Miller, who accompanied the
fat her and son to Davenport, and they
priceided without delay to the house
where Ells' svaa visiting and placed him
ucder arrest and he has been in the city
prison there since. The bride of but a
fe'v hours was greatly shocked when she
let.rned of bow grievously she had been
wronged, and it was not until later in
thi! day when she was brought face to
face with Ells' deserted and heartbroken
wife at his home on Fourteenth street
between Seventh and Eighth avenues,
this city, that she would believe it. Eils
al told her. she said, that be bad been
mtrried but he gave her every assurance
that be had been divorced, yet he was
living with his family at that time and up
to within a few hours of the lime of his
Ells and the deserted wife, whose
mt iden name was Agnes E. Donlin. were
mtrried in this city by Rev. Father
Tbomas Mackin, Sept. 7. 1882. nd Mrs.
El' s says there has never been any sepas
ration whatever. She is heartbroken
over her husband's behavior, while the
ilhgal wife is determined to prosecute
the case to the bitter end. v Ells bad ar
ranged to take his wife to Molioe, where
be had provided quarters. He is a
painter by -trade and has been working
at the Sech'er carriage wotks. where
Mr. Hudson is employed, as was his
daughter also, and there it was that Ells
mi t her. Ells was at one time captain of
th'i Sons of Veterans' camp here.
OTHER POLICE AFFAIRS.
Daniel is. a boy sixteen years of
age, was arrested Saturday evening for
enticing two little girls named Atkinson,
aged seven and nine years old, into a
stud on First avenue, between Eighth
and Ninth streets, and paying them five
and ten cents respectively, and attempting
to outrage them. The little girls' mother
lenrned of the attempted crimes and no
tified the police. Zeis spent yesterday in
the custody of the sheriff, and this morn
in; plead guilty to the allegation before
M agislrate Wivill.wbo held him in bonds
of 500 to the September term of the
Philip Daum, the former Davenport
btrber, was arrested by Officer Sexton
this morning for the larceny of $10 from
Tlios. Forbush, a river man with whom
Diuro had struck up an acquaintance
ytsterday and who had taken him to the
Commercial house with him. Forbush
cl lima that during the night Daum robbed
his clothes of the amount stated.
August Sinnett and James Hastings
w are arrested Saturday night by Deputy
Long for fighting and this morning each
Wis fined $3 and costs.
Fred Schuctt, living at 1216 Elm street,
bus lost a dark brown mare which he
thinks was stolen from bis stable or hat
Ann J. Collins was fined $10 and costs
bv Justice Cooke Saturday for using im
proper language to Sydney Robb.
Having purchased the ice business of
it e Kock island ice company ana consoi
id a ted it with my own, I am now pre
pured to supply the patrons of either
company, and as many new ones as win
rive me their patronage. All orders will
rtceive prompt attention. leiepnooe
1140. Gko. Barker,
Office 1512, Second avenue,
Order vour ice creams and Ices from
Krell & Math for your parties' and recep
ti ins and then you will be sure to please
H e palate of your guests.
That tired feeling now so often heard
o '. is. entirely overcome by Hood's 8ar
si.parilla, which gives mental and bodily
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
k d glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and
n Jla Ice cream at Krell & Math's.
AN OLD LADY'S SUICIDE.
Sir. Maria Srkalis Hears Herself ts
a - With a Piece f Lath
Mrs. Maria Scbultz. whose attempted
suicide by drowning in the river a few
weeks since will be recalled by readers of
the AbotJs. succeeded ia ending her ex
istence yesterday' afternoon about 4
o'clock, by going Into the yard of her
home, which was with her daughter, Mrs.
Wilhelmena Ewert, 418 Fourth street.
fastening a piece of lath twine three
times about her neck, and tying the end
to a fence. She then raised her feet from
the ground and strangled to death. In
this position she was found by her son-in-law,
Wm. Ewert, and Philip SiegrisUa
eighbor, shortly after the commission ot
the deed. She was seventy seven years
of age and had been heard to say that her
daughter and son in-law ill-treated ber
and that she did not care to be a burden
Coroner Hawes held an inquest, sura
moning a jury composed of: C. Engel.
foreman; M. H. 8exton, W. J. Gahagan,
Thomas Sexton, Phil Siegrist, and C. C.
Hodges, and a verdict of suicide by hang
ing witn lath twine, rendered.
Council meeting tonight.
John Rhodenbaugb.of Swedona, was in
Rock Island today.
Pnzzoni'a dove complexion powder 17c
box at McCabe Bros.
Mrs. T. H. Thomas went to Orion this
afternoon on a short visit.
Pozzoni's medicated complexion pow
der S4o a box at McCabe Bros.
Architect D. S. Schureman has re
turned from a business trip to Chicago.
Ernst 8traate, Jr., wife and boy, of St.
Louis, are in the city for a two weeks'
26-inch Gloria silk, sun and rain um
brellas, silver crook bandies, 94c at Mc
The South Park syndicate will give
everybody a chance to buy a lot in a abort
The Abotjs will have to let up on Con
gressman treat. The Union is playing
the baby act again.
The Rock Island district M. E. camp-
meeting opens at Tindall's grove one
month from today.
Watch for bargains in those lots of
fered through the plan of the South Park
yndicate to soon be revealed.
Lost A double-strand gold necklace
Return to Seventh avenue and Twenty-
sixth street and receive reward..
Last call on parasols and sun "urobrel
las final reductions, lowest prices ever
quoted at McCabe Bros, this week.
The Union a few days ago held that
the Arous was not democratic enough.
Now it claims that it is too democratic
Hon. E. W. Hurst left this roomies
for Chicago, whence he goes to ' Spring
field to attend the special st ssion of the
The second grand concert of Strasser's
Union band will be given in Schtretzen's
park Davenport, on Thursday evening of
Strayed or Stolen A sorrel horse from
the ham of Wbeelan Bros. Any infor
mation leading to its recovery will be re
warded b) the owners.
Capt. j. M. Montgomery and family.
who have been spending several days
visiting near Reynold, returned home
The H. N. Stone Directory company
will begin the work of canvassing the
cities of Rock Island, Moline and Daven
port in about two weeks.
"The good natured patrons of the Ar-
oub," that the Union is worrying so mnch
about, are enjoying tbe pitiable despera
tion of that paper about as muoh as tbe
Mr. J. M. Buford sold three lots in
Rodman s new addition last week, one to
Mrs. Eliza A. Egan for $700, and one to
Wm. A. Olson and John Qlson for 700.
Ex-Supervisor H. O.Norton, of Hamp
ton, had a violent attack of cholera mor
bus Saturday, and his case was for a time
regarded as extremely critical, but word
comes today that he is much easier.
Mr. Mark Lloyd, who assumed the po
sition as steward at tbe Harper July 1,
severs bia connection with the hotel tbe
first of the month, and returns to his
former place" in Truesdale's grocery. -
Mr. OloS Larson, of Moline, was
brought to St. Lu ke's Hospital in the Mo
line patrol and ambulance wagon for
treatment this morning. She hasrecently
undergone a severe surgical operation.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blakesley gave.
reception in honor of their twenty fifth
wedding anniversary and tbe reopening
of their beautiful home on Twenty-third
street and Fifth avenue Saturday even
One of our exchanges gave a graphic
account of the man bole blowing out
of a boiler and scalding Philip Miller.
Tbe next will probably be the bung hole
of a beer keg blowing out and freezing a
man to aeaiu. wneauana uazaie.
Messrs. T. H. Thomas, M. O. Mills,
E. D. Sweeney and Wm. Payne left for
Bushnell this afternoon to attend the re
publican pow-wow tomorrow. . It will be
a very tame sort of an affair, and to many
of tbe delegates a disagreeable task.
In connection with Prof. De Garmo's
lecture rn "Life in German Universities,
at tbe Central Presbyterian church this
evening, Prof. S. T. Bowlby will render
as an organ selection at 7:45 communion
In E minor, and after lecture grand
offertoire in D.
George W. Gates, formerly of Port
Byron, died at his borne in Independence,
Miss., on Sunday, July 1, from a fracture
of the skull caused by being thrown from
his bugey. He was a native of Essex
county. Vermont, and came to Port By
ron some time in the forties, and removed
to Missouri about 1805.
Mr. M. Levy was driving around the
corner of Seventeenth street and Second
avenue this morning when bis horse be
came unmanageable and be was thrown
violently from his buggy, sustaining se
vera bruises, which, though while not
regarded as serious, are very painful. Dr.
Carter Is attending him.
The Union frantically cries out to tbe
Aboub to cease its disastrous war on
Congressman Gest's public record or it
asserts Its course will cause all republi
cans of Rock Island to cease reading tbe
Abotjs. It will be interesting no doubt
to these Independent readers to know
bow tbe Union controls their personal
Tbe Union continues to fret over the
republican patronage of the Abgcb, and
imagining that the Abscb is as easily
bluffed as it, seeks to intimidate; this
paper by threatening to cause its repub
lican mends to atop their subscriptions.
The Abotjs has no tears of any such re
snlt aa long as the Union is under its
Saturday Freight Agent Stoddard, of
the Rock Island road, received orders
from Chicago that in consequence of la
bor trouble in the Chicago yards, to re
ceive no perishable ireignt ior or via
Chicago, but later came a dispatch that
tbe trouble a strike of freight handlers
had been settled, and that the road
had recovered its usual facilities rn Chi
cago. Sheriff Silyis purchased a fine big mare
worth $200 of Judee Waterman, of Dav
enport. Friday, and on Saturday sent bis
son, Deputy Ship Silvis, to the upper
end of the county to serve some papers
and he drove the mare up, but on reach
ing Watertown on his return tbe animal
gave completely out, having been taken
with congestion of tbe lungs as a result
of an attack of the pink eye and Sheriff
Silvis fears the animal is dead by this
One of the most exciting episodes
of tbe season thus far was tbe neat
and informal manner in which one
traveling man disposed of another on the
Harper bouse steps Saturday night. It
was done without 'gloves, and the van
quished knight of tbe sample case from
Galesburg learned a few lessons be never
expected to away from borne before.
Both participants were arrested, but were
finally released without prosecution.
That civil sundry bill which tbe Union
had it that Congressman Gest safely en
gineered through the senate last Friday
with all the appropriations pertaining to
Rock Island intact, did not pass until
Saturday when despite the Ruck Island
congressman's magnetic presence and tbe
failure of Senator Cullom to properly
guard Rock Island's interests, Senator
E imunds succeeded in getting in a lick
ibat gives Rock Island viaduct an effec
tual set back and makes all that Rock
Island has done amount to naught unless
the bouse comes to lis rescue.
Messrs. H. C. Wivill an l Henry Har
rison have secured by subscriptions suf
ficient to give the children of He Jos
sepb's school a nice picnic on tbe Libbie
Conger tomorrow. Tbe children are to
assemble at school promptly at 9.30, and
headed by a band march to tbe boat land
ing from which tbe steamer leaves at 10
promptly for Buffalo, returning as far as
White Sulphur for dinner, and spending
the remainder of the day there. Messrs.
Wivill and Harrison have arranged for a
memorable day for the little people of
Tbe Union had better look to its own
patronage instead of threatening to con
trol that of the Arous. If it would, and
would do more to furnish its patrons with
something like a representation of value
and worth of their money.it would not be
obliged to place itself entirely under the
control of a monopolistic corporation
such as tbe Ferry company in order to
eke out an existence, and it is probable
too that tbe talk of tbe organization
among republicans of a stock company to
put in the field a morning paper to fears
lessly and intelligently represent their
views, would not meet with the extent of
favor that it now does.
WORE THEIR WINCHESTERS."
Necessary Part of tba Kentucky Cos
tume How It Works Sometime.
Louisville, Ky., July 21. Another out
break of the Smith Messer feud is re
ported from Knox county. The battle oc
curred Thursday evening at Hubbard's
mill, on Stinking creek, on of the most
lawless sectiou in the state. There was a
political gathering there, the candidates
for various county oflices being advertised
as apenkers. Hoth the Smith and Meaner
factions were on hand, wearing their Win
chesters and forty-fours.
Honors About Even.
It in not known just how the trouble
began, hut about 3 o'clock the shooting
commenced, and when the smoke bad
leared away four men were found to have
bitten the dust, while the rest had scat
tered and disappeared. Eighteen men
were arrayed on the one side and about
twenty live on the other. Those killed
were two of the Mills boys, belonging to
the Messer faction, and Bob Burchett and
John Howard, belonging to the Smith
jrowd. More trouble is expected.
The prcHitiiMit will leave Cape May Point
to-morrow iiioriiinif for Hs desk at the
Victor Hugo's cramblauKhter Jeane has
been la-trot tied to iieon Daudet, son of tbe
t retich noyelist of that nauie.
Jncoh Krehbiel. IX D.. a note I Method tat
divine and editor of The Christian Apolo
gist, died at Cincinnati Sunday. -
Mr, l'arneli, mother of the Irish states
man, is critically ill at her borne near Bor-
Jentown, . J. Hhe is 71 jvnra old-
Thomas Leonard trie-i to cut his wav to
liberty through the guards at the Eddy
rille, Ky., prison, and was abot dead Sat
bix large steamships sailed from New
York Saturday crowded with passengers
for Europe. Among the passengers was
Chas. A. Dana, of the Sun
lhe J. P. Buchanan nominated for
governor bythe Tennessee Democracy is a
Brat cousin of the late President of the
United Stntes James Buchanan.
A Democratic meeting, which waa to
have been held at Columbus, O.. Satur
day, and at which Judge Thurman was to
have presided, was postponed because
the judge waa too ill to appear.
Auguat Bruecbniann, a wealthy Ger
man of Galena, Ills., who started last
December to Casta Kica. and had not
since oeen beard from, is now nown to
have died en route and been buried at sea.
Chas. L. Iiwrence, a New York man.
who during his life beut the government
nut of l.OOd.OitO in duties by smuggling,
lied iu that city Thursday lust, lie waa
lso a member of the notorious Tweed
Prince itisnmrck says lie will visit Eng
land next Scjit'-lw-r. He also says that
the difficulty letwewi himself and the
kaiser, was in regard to Socittlistn. The
i-httncellor wauted to crush out Socialism,
nd t he emperor was for u les rigorous
The United States oflioers at Chicago
have seized the cargo of the steamer
Ti gH mid will investigate the explosion
on t hat steamer. If there was naphtha in
tho hoHt there is a prospect of some verv
resjH'ciahle gem lemrn going to the peni
tentiary. The New York Democracy will hold no
state-convention this year, the last con
vention having empowered the state cen
tral committee to make a nomination for
the only office to lie lilted judge of the
sourt of apieuls. The nominee ia likely to
he Judge Kapallo.
It transpired in the senate Saturday
during the debate on the sundry civil bill
that the Christian home for Mormon
women who wanted to cut looaa from do-
lygamy baa but twenty inmate, and that
svery one oi the Mormon women vote for
the hierarchy every time.' The home ia
supported by the government
Ieath of Veteran Editor.
WAsnisoTox Citt, July 21. Colonel
Thomas D. Morrow, for a number of
years editor and proprietor of The San
day Gazette, died at his residence in this
city yesterday of inflammation of tbe
bowels. Col. Morrow was born in Sydney,
Ohio, forty-tseveu years ago. He served
through the war as sergeant and lieuten
ant, and afterwards in tbe cavalry service
on the frontier against the Indians.
Machine and Boiler Factory Barned.
Patkrson, X. J., July 21. Yesterday
about la. ni, fire tvas discovered ia the
engine room of J. C. Todd's machine and
boiler factory. The boiler room, together
with ita contents and the greater portion
t . i. ,.: , . , .
ul uio uuiiuiug, were aesxroyexL.
about 1150,000; insurance, tTUUti
If tbe love of money be the root of all
evil a love of a Saratoga trunk Is tbe
Didn't Appreciate TJer.
Why is it, Emma, you play that pi
ano selection in such odd time?" -
That's on account of the measure.
"Oh, you're playing it by measure. I
didn't know but what yon might be giv
ing it to us by the pound. "Philadelphia
Fred cones from school and immedi
ately start j to work copying a poem.
"What'a that for?" asked his mother.
"The teacher says that any of us who
don't know this poem by heart to-mor
row will have to stay in and copy it. so
I am getting it ready now." Philadel
What's the matter, Johnny?" aeked
that young man's uncle.
Gran uia has swallered her false
Oh, dear," chimed in his sister Ma
mie; won't that be nice? Now she can
eat comfortable like a chicken." Wash
Wife Yon do not speak to me as affec
tionately as you nsed to, George. I think
yon have ceased to love me.
Husband There you are again! Ceased
to love you I Why, I love yon better
than my life. Now shut up and let me
read my paper. Boston Courier.
A Bad Break.
Summer Girl Do you remember how
we Bat on the sand after onr sail and the
waves broke at onr feet?
Last Victim (absently) So wai L
Summer Girl What?
Last Victim Broke at your feet
New York World.
Decks and Ships.
She Do yon know anything about
He es, I know a little about them.
She Well, what kind of a ship has a
cold deck, like you were talking about
in yonr Bleep lust night? Chicago Led
"Bronson ia a lucky fellow."
"He went to a strawberry festival the
other day 'and got the strawberry."
New York Sun.
Money is tbe root of all evil. It might
also be observed in this connection that
it is a root which you have to grub pretty
hard to get.
It isn t always tbe prettiest girl who
wears the neatest bathing or tennis suit
OF TBS COKD1TIO or TBI
Rock Island Sayings Bank,
AT BOCK ISLiXD,
State of Illinois, before tbe commencement of
business on ihe 14th day of Jcly, lEKO. as made
to the Auditor of Public Accounts, of the Slate
oi nnnon, pursuant to law.
Loan and Dtscoants $ 2,509 11
Caption hand 1 3,289 08
Due from other banks 103.430 25 108.769 S3
current expenses 78 Bl
Total $109,357 85
Cspital Stock paid in f 100,000 00
untitvioea p roots ios 58
Individual deDosits snbiect to check... T.1M K
Demand certificates of deposit 3, 0U 00
Total $109,857 85
3T1T1 OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island County (
I. J. M Buford. cashier of the Rurk Inland Sar.
ings Batik, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true, to the best of my knowledge
and belief. J. M. BCPORD. Ca-hier.
Subscribed snd sworn to Before me this 17th
day of July, l(9i). J. KINNEY,
IS1AL.J notary Fnbllc.
ix sens 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 annually, collected and
remittee tree or caarga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
KOCK. IHLASD, 11,1,.
Spring Styles now Ready.
HOLIES MB LIVES
By nalng A. F. Srhmld's, the pioneer resi
dent Lightning Bod dealer celebrated
which he keep constantly on hand. Aay Joh, te
matter now complicates, aon in me mon
scientific manner. Competition ia
price and quality defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT. M
No, 821 Twentieth &U Kock Island,
AWNINGS, JTENTS, ETC.
M anufactnrer of
Wagon and all kinds of
CANVASS COVERINGS. "
Office and Factory 808 Earrtsoa street.
J. M. BUFORD.
Vaa ell Fir eat Ttasa-trVM 4
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
I a lew s aay reliable rx
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
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. Ton will no
doubt find it fully as satisfactory as
waists fox which you have paid $1.75.
McINTIRE BROS., ,
Hock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THE THE STATS LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtarday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security,
K. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. ? C. DKNKMAKN, Vice-Pres. 1. M. BIT FORD, Cashier.
P. L- Mitchell. E P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Cmhaorh. C. P. Lynde,
J. t. Rcimera, L. Simon. E. W. Hunt, J. X. Bnford.
J&cksor A Hcasr, Solicitor.
fWVm beeia Wines July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynde
antil new bank i completed.
WE HAD a splendid trip. Everything went off as smoothly aa though we had
traveled together ail our lives, but still it
really housekeeping at last.
Ton know papa gave me f'25 to
imagine how far I have made that money
Davenport was a better place to buy than
just stop a minute as I passed Loosley'a
get a few prices; but when I got in, I saw
getting all I wanted right there. It make
you what I got for that f 25.
In the first place Mr. Loosley showed
that means you know, the dishes that
color ia something between a blue and green he called it celeste. Yon can see it
when you come, for I bought just what
Then I got a neat decorated chamber
a pretty red water set, six tumblers
(there's 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 np my
money; but John came in just then, and
spoons, Roger's plate.
Of course I saw these things in more
me, when 70a see what I've got, that
want good things at reasonable prices.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competioru
We thank yon sincerely for yonr past favors, and here pledge you oar beet efforts la the
fatare. Oar dealing shall be charactericed by promptness and the strictest Integrity to
oar matnal interest.
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
ISJTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia rained at $6 00 given away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call In and let us show yon the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
. CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue,
ELM STREET SHOE STORED
tm Flftk Aveinr.
Our C. C." C. summer "corset is! the
best 50c 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 anew 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.
ia awfully nice to be in our own bouse and
buy a set of dishes with ; you never could
go. We always thought, you know, that
here at home, and so I thought I would
crockery store on my way to the ferry, and
so many things I liked, that I ended by
an awful long list, but I'm going to tell
me what he called an open stock pattern
you can buy anything you want of; the
I wanted from it, and'got it all for 9.50,
set, twelve pieces with a slop jar, for $4.50;
and tray, for $1.25; a dozen table tumblers
and jelly classes and fruit jars; these cost
bought a set of silver knives and forks and
expensive patterns, bat you will agree with
Loosley's is just the place for people who
O. O. HUCK3TA.EDT