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-Copper, Tin ani
PLUMBING, GAS AND
And House FuRNisniNo Goods.
I"Steamboat and Distillery
Containing page Leather bound GIVEN AWAY.
ine a 5 CO t cket good for one
it you come to either of our stores we
f iurv rs-h purchase nntil they amount to (30.00 and we will then give yon the above
Although many hundred dollar' worth of these book will be given away, amounting
. . in iil to a discount and saving to you of 25 per cent on your purchases, we will still
th.i l our price as low if not lower than erer.
MV will try and ave you many dollars In tve f.tnre, and belte-e by enterprise ami
air ilealin we will merit your pitrouage. Do not fall to take advantage of tills free gift.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &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.
They have no equal as a Family
r0 Elve a.wa.7 a aamnln naoVnp-A
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
"Work a Specialty.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
year. By bringing this ticket with you
will register thereon the amounts and your
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
Pill, and that all may try them
TTTtlTrE. Call and get One.
THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS, FRIDAY, JIILY 25. 1S90. -
HEWING THE LINE.
Woodmen Matinc Chips Fly, Fall
Where They Will.
Pointed. "Vet Conservative denota
tions Adopted by Yenterdmy'a Con
ventlon." Kdltor Baatian Mabatltted
to aTonuh Ordeal.
Yesterday's report of the proceedings
of tbe Modern Woodmen convention
closed will the address of Dr. P. L. Mc
tiinnie, wh'.ca occupied an hour and a
half of tb.3 afternoon session. F. W.
Bastian, pi Wisher of the Echo, the offl
cial organ of the order, was present and
asked permission to reply to Dr. McKin-
nie, and the convention giving unanimous
consent, he mounted the stage and ridi
culed the accusations both as to fraud in
tbe order and the future plans of the
head consul and head officers to break the
order or rope it into the Sovereign camp.
At the conclusion of Neighbor Baslian'a
remarks, ht was submitted to a lively
cross firing, during which he confessed
that the prise ut meeting was an impor
tant one of representative Woodmen and
any action that might be taken was enti
tled to respectful consideration bv the
head camp tnd to publication in tbe Echo
as such. He was also p'ied with earch
ini quesliors as to ftilure on bis part to
publish from time to time unbiased
and unprejudiced reports of all mat
ters pertaining to the afTiirs of the
order, the use of mitter such as
only favored Root's side, and tbe ex
clusion of things that were of the
most vital iaterest to Woodmen, as for
instance the letters of the state officers of
Illinois, bearing on the recent discover
ies of fraud in the head camp. Iu a wont
Mr. B stian got into bot water before be
was aware of where he was treading and
the multitu le of scorching questions
from men of determination and standing
n the order, drove him completely into
a corner wh re he could simply grin and
bear it and this he did quite gracefully.
Ele finally got so muddled that be acually
confessed tlmt bad honest men had influ
ence with the control of the or
der and with its official organ
tbe reports of the state officers of Illinois
would have leen published and even tbe
declaration on his part that he was being
subjected to a "d good cross exami
nation such f.s would drive most men's
thoughts and recollections out of their
beads." did not excuse him in the eyes of
the convention, Bnd at least twenty-fl?e
Woodmen got w backs at bim. He was
accustd by at many as fifty of failing to
send out the number of eop'es of the
Ee7to subscribed for. and when one camp
would report that its members had not
been receiving its dues, "here too," would
be the simultaneous response in a dozen
I i Cerent corners of tbe house, until at last
Bastian becarte beaildered and abrupt
ly left tbe stage with tbe excuse that be
'didn't care to take any more of the con
vention a turn:.
The commi'.tee on
having appeared and the convention be-
ng anxious to henr it? report, the Fulton
neighbor was excused from further humil
iation. Chapman J. L. Haas, of the com
mittee, read tie report as follows:
We, the rt presentatives of about 200
camps of the Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica, comprising delegations from tbe
states of Illirois, Iowa, Michigan, Wis
consin and Nebraska, having only an ad-
visory power, resolve as follows:
1. We rtnew our confidence in tbe
association of tbe Modern Woodmen of
America, which now comprises about
1.40O camps ith a membership of about
4U.0()0pand be ieve that it offers to the pub
lic tbe best and cheapest plan of mutual
nsurance yet levised. and it is our sole
purpose to do all in our power to preserve
it from tbe evils that now threaten it, and
we believe that by wise counsel and
prompt action the order will be soon
started upon a new era of prosperity and
'2. That hereas there are now pend
ing in the cinnit court of tbe county of
Whiteside in tbe state of Illinois against
some or the head olllcers ot our order,
grave charge of fraud and improper
msnagement, -ind that owing to delay or
technical obstructions on the part of these
officers in answering said charges, the
welfare of the order is imerilled.it is our
wish that said charges be vigorously
pushed to as early a termination as possi
ble. 3. That bile we withhold any for
mal expression of opinion as to the guilt
or innocence c f these parties until the
proper tribunal has passed upon the mut
ter we hereby commend Attorney General
Hunt and Au Itnr Pavey for the fidelity
they have shown in giving tbe matter a
full and fair investigation, and all others
for their effort i to preserve tbe good name
of our order.
4 That v;e advise all tbe camps to
send represettalivea to the head camp
called to meet at Des Moinen, Iowa, on
the 12th day of August, 1890, antl we
believe that by a full attendance such
action will be secured as shall place our
order on a so md footing and relieve us
from the trouHes that now embarrass us.
5. That we fayor such legislation as
will establish ttate jurisdiction, so that a
state camD in each state snail nave local
control of its own affairs, such as audit
ing deuth clait is, deciding tbe manner of
selecting its delegates to a head camp of
all the stales, which head camp shall
have general supervision over the state
camps. We no not, nowever, iavor any
release of our present cnarier or any
change in the present manner of making
assessments so that tbe states with small
membership si all havo no undue burden
to bear, each state to have a separate
jurisdiction as above provided whenever
it becomes strong enougu io jusmj n.
'6. That we favor the payment by the
different camps of tbe double assess
ments known as Nob. 5 and 6. we not
only believe that this double assess
ment is necessary, but we are fearful that
other double assessments will become
"7. It is our belief that there is too
much oower vested in the head consul
and the executive council by the laws of
our order and we favor such changes In
the same as will restore this power to the
membership of tbe order to be exercised
through the head camp.
8. Jiuolvet', That it is tbe sense of
this meeting tl at the organization of tbe
so-called sovereign camp or the world
Modern Wood nen of America at Qmaha
Neb as a separate and. distinct order
from the,Modern Woodmen of America
but borrowing our ritual plan and virtu
ally our name, is without warrant and a
trespass upon the rights and good of our
order and is hereby condemned by us.
The benefit of our order can be extended
by ourselves and we are satisfied that we
i'can secure head officers who will protect
'Considerable discussion followed as to
certain sections of the resolutions, which,
after the defeat of several amendments,
were adopted as a whole.
Neighbor Mammon made an address on
the fundamental laws of the order which
he had learned were not satisfactory, and
it would therefore be incumbent upon the
head camp at its next meeting to adopt
new by-laws and he moved therefore that
a committee be appointed to carefully re
vise the laws and report with rccommen
dations at the next meeting of the head
camp. The suggestion that the commits
tee be composed of five was added and
the motion carried. Mr. Mammon was
appointed chairman, the chair withhold
ing the names of the other members for
a future time.
On motion a committee of three was
appointed to prepare a circular outlining
the proceedings of this convention and
mail it to all the camps in the grand juris
diction. Tbe chair appointed Neighbors
Northcott, Hampton and Uawes.
An assessment of $1 from each camp
present was ordered to be made by the
secretary collectable at once.and the same
being taken up, was found to amount to
A resolution was offered and adopted
recommending that the Echo be discontin
ued as the official organ of tbe order.and a
number of superfluous resolutions were
rejected. Tbacks were extended by reso
lution to the camps of Rock Island
county for hospitality in the entertain
ment of the visiting neighbors, and to
the chairman and secretary of the con
vention. The chair announced as the committee
on laws heretofore provided for, E. Mam
mon, Bloomington, III ; Dr. P. L. Mc-
Kinnie. Evanston, III; Dr. Watson, Lan
sing, Mich.; W. Li. Kellogg, Muscatine,
Iowa, and F. B. Baker, Wayne, Neb.
ROOT DID'NT COME.
Tbe committee authorized to telegraph
Head Consul J. C. Root inviting his
presence at 9 o clock last evening, re
ported that it had done so, and requested
an aniwer, but had received none, and
the indications were that Mr. Root would
not respond. The convention thereupon
decided to hold no evening session.
Dr. McKinnie stated that in view of
the news from Denver that camps were
abandoning their charters by reason of
the Sovereign camp movement, a circular
should be sent to such camps urging loy
alty to tbe Illinois charter, and he sug
gested the appointment ot a committee of
live with that object. A substitute was
adopted devolving the duties outlined on
the circular committee previously ap
pointed. The secretary was instructed
to furnish copies of tl'e proceedings of
tbe convention to the Maul antl Wedge
and the Echo, and the c invention ad
journed. NEW BUSINESS BLOCK.
And a Ww Hranrh of Mercantile Pur-
Halt Aaaurrd at Once.
A transaction occurred this morning
which promises to give Rock Island not
only a new and solid business block, but
a new business bouse second to none in
tbe state and superior to any in the three
cities. Mr. M. G. Mills, who recently
leased the Dimick property on the north
side of Second avenue between Seven
tecnth and Eighteenth streets for a peri
od of ninety-nine years, turned the lease
over to Mr. E. I. Leveon f r tbe samj
engtb of time, and as a consequence a
handsome brick building of entirely mod
ern design with dimensions of 140 by 40
feet will rise on the site, Mr. Leveen be-
ng one of the proprietors of the famous
Liverpool Sc. London Clothing company,
which now has large and flourishing
stores in most of the larger cities
throughout the Uuited States.
The building will be pushed to com
pletion as rapidly as possible, Mr. Leveen
hoping to occupy it by the rnulJle of Oc
tober, when it will be slocked through
out with a lincof men's clothing, such as
has never been brought to this section be
fore. The company has tbe reputation
of owning the largest retail houses in the
country, and the one to be established in
Rock Island will be on a par with lho?e
conducted elsewhere. So that by 1 lie
transaction Rock Island will not only
secure an elegant new block, but a val
uable and much appreciated acquisition
to its business pursuits, both of which
will be welcomed by the entire commun
ity. Inhawalta Klxn.
The most interesting and entertaining
lecture Rock Island has had in many a
day was delivered in the Central Presby
terian church by tbe young Japanese stu
dent, Mr. Eizo last evening. Mr. Kizo
is but twenty-one years of age, and
though the years upon his shoulders are
few, his knowledge of scientific and phil
osophical subjects is astonishing. His
lecture was of a general nature, but re
lated chiefly to educational matters in his
native land. It was indeed an eye open
er, for one could scarcely believe that tbe
people with whom Commodore Perry
made his famous treaty, in the compara
tively few years that has elapsed since
then, could have reached a civilization
scarcely second to our own. But before
the audience was a living illustration of
that very fact. He told his audience
that in matters of improvement you
could find nothing in the golden city of
San Francisco that could not be found in
Tokio electric light, telephone, tele
graph and 5,000 miles of railroad; but in
habits his people were not bo far ad
vanced as Americans. For example.
their men had not as yet learned to hold
in their mouth an enormous quid of to
bacco,nor to cover floors with excretions
of saliva, nor had the ladies learned to
chew gum either in private or in public
He gave an interesting account of the
branches pursued in their institutions of
learning, showing that in scientific and
phylosophical branches they were on
par with oar own in fact. using the Jap
anese translations of the very same text
books, and to that in matter of technical
mathematics they were even more tboi
ough than our own.
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and
nilla ice cream at Krell & Math's.
California fruits at May's
Nice oranges and lemons at Browner'.
The county institute closes this after
noon. Black and blue berries at F. G.
Black California barllctt pears at
Choice spring chickens dressed, at F.
For r9nt A six room house. 523 Nine
Mr. A. E Chandler, of Bardolph, is in
tbe city on business.
Mr. B. T. Cable and family sail from
Europe tomorrow for home.
Wax beans, fine tomatoes, apples, nut
megs and watermelons at May's.
Nice tomatoes, egg plant, cauliflower
and wax beans at F. G. Young's.
Mr. Fred C. riummer, of Beatrice,
Neb , is in the city visiting his parents.
Mr. John Rodden and his neice. Miss
Aggie Dolly, leave this evening for Idaho
on a visit.
Pears, bananas, apples and everything
everything else choice in fruits at F. G.
Misses Carrie Bleuer and Lucy Beck
have gone to Colfax Springs on an
The sale of lots of the South Park syn
dicate has been postponed until one week
from tomorrow August 2.
Mr. Albert M. Howell, of tbe McLean,
(III.) Leti, was among the Woodmen
visiting Rock Island yesterday.
Orville Sweet, of Cheyenne, is in tbe
city on a visit to bis grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Uousman.
"Doc" Beyer, a Davenport saloon
keeper, shot his brother in-law, Bob
Krowell. last night. The wounds are
not regarded fatal. .
Report hath it that a Moline paper hath
sinned so grievously that it has placed it
telf in jeopardy of a libel suit at the bands
of Rock -Island parties.
Tbe funeral of Mrs. A. M. B'.oomquist
occurs from the house Third avenue and
Tenth street, at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning. Rev. G. W. Que officiating.
Christopher Scherchell and Miss Fron-
ica Gamber, of Rapids City, were mar
led by Father Kernels, of St. Mary's
church, yesterday. Tbe groom is thirty
eight while tbe blushing bride is sixty
six. Ex-Alderman Negus has bought the
celebrated mare "Fanny McGregor" and
colt, from our townsman Jas. T. Dixon.
Mr. Negus ships tbe mare and colt to
Lexington. Ky. tomorrow, for J. E.
Courtrigbt.wbo has purchased them at an
There was a pleasant outing on Vand-
ruff's island yesterday given by a number
of the gentlemen friends of Mr. John R.
Warner, of St. Paul those comprising
the party being: Messrs. John Warner,
John R. Warner, Henry Caree,
C. W. Negus. Chas. Yore. n. J.
Lowrey, John Crubaugh, Judge Luc-
an Adams, W. H. Smith, Jobn Ob.li
weiler and O. F. Gaetjer. The day was
highly enjoyed, dinner being served by
rtewberger at Spring Cove at noon.
At the residence of Mr H.P.Custer.
547 Nineteenth street, at 5:30 yesterday
afternoon, Kev. K. H Kudd. S. T. D., of
Kooiville, united in marriage Mr. Joseph
Burrows, of Minneapolis, and Miss
Gertrude Custer, of thiscity. A brief re
ceptioa and bridal supper followed the
ceremony and the happy and popular
young couple started last evening for
their new home at Minneapolis followed
by the best wishes of many friends.
Mr. V. M. Blanding has written a let
ter to Chairman Silvia, of tbe democratic
county committee, from Boonville. Mo.,
stating that bcciuse of business engage-,
meets be will be obliged to decline the
lemor-ratic nomination for county judge.
It is thus incumbent upon the democratic
county committee to meet and make
provision for the vacancy by selecting
one ot tbe many Qualified candidates
A few days ago a Chicago bicyclist
named Wallace, came to Rock Island to
visit. He brought bis wheel with him
and put up at Mrs. Barnes' boarding
house on First avenue and Thirteenth
street. Wednesday he visited the watch
tower in company with Johnny St.Claire,
and while tbere the two became separated
and the latter came home alone. Since
then no trace of the Chicago man has
been found and his friends here are very
apprehensive as to bis whereabouts.
A late invention will do awaf , it is be-
ieved, with the old-fashioned cow catch
er, and thereby despoil many a weary
wanderer of a ride to tbe next station.
A railroad genius has perfected a "squiri
ng machine which ts used by tbe engi
neer and throws a long stream of hot or
cold water in advance of the eneinc, thus
making it intensely inconvenient for, anys
body or any animal on the track. It is
less violent, and it is claimed, just as ef
fective, as the catcher.
A horse belonging to Albert Seitz, of
Preemption, was attacked with hydro
phobia the other day. It is supposed that
the animal was bitten by a dog. Mr.
Seitz was afraid to approach tbe animal,
so wildly did it act, biting and snapping
at everything within reach, and when
the doctor arrived it was with difficulty
that a rope was placed over its bead and
the horse securely fastened. Though it
was a valuable black mare, tbe doctor
said that the case was incurable, and af
ter three days' suffering it was shot. A
case of this kind is of rare occurrence.
the animal refusing food and water.
8peakingthis morning of the prospects
for leasing Harper's theatre, Mr. T. R.
Harper said: ''The theatre will probably
be closed tbe coming season; it will be
unless it is leased very soon, as Mr. Man's
lease is void and of no effect, he having
failed to comply with the conditions of
tbe contract. If the right man, however,
applies, we will lease it to bim, and carry
nut all our plans for its improvement in
the meantime, but we will not let anyone
have it who does not agree to run it in
the interests of the city and the theatre
sroing public." What a pity that Rock
Island should be dependent upon one
theatre. A syndicate should be formed,
and another erected.
Tbe Sidney came down.
Tbe Tenbroeck and Bart E Linehan
The C. J. Caff rey and Lion each brought
down sixteen strings of logs.
The stage of the water was 3:30 at
coon; the temperature 74.
Tbe Golden Gate has been sold ' to
firm on the Black river in Arkansas, the
scene of the floods last spring, where she
will be commissioned in the cotton and
general freight and passenger trade. She
was built twelve years ago at St. Louis,
and ber machinery waa placed on ber at
this point. The consideration in the sale
was 5,00Q. The date of her delivery is
not yet given.
To the Board of nnnvtsors
of Rock Island county. The undersigned
does not want to accept any more of your
orders to furnish meat to the poor as your
way to do business makes it impossible
for any decent business man to deal with
you. Geo. F. Wagner.
Rock Island, July 25.
Postponed to Anxant 2d.
The sale of lots in South Park addition
has been postponed to Saturday after
noon, August 2d, at which time they will
be sold at public auction to the highest
bidder. The lots will be sold at prices
within the range of all, and there is no
place within the corporate limits of Rock
Island that is healthier. There are no
doubt many people in this city who have
never seen this addition. To those a
special invitation is extended. The street
cars will take you direct to the grounds
free of charge, whether you pay or not,
the day of tbe sale. Remember, also,
that if you purchase a lot or lots you are
not required to pay only a small sum
down; you can pay the balance on long
time. Don't forget the day of sale Sat
urday afternoon, Aug. 2d. Street cats
will leave corner of Harper bouse and
Nineteenth street every half hour that
afternoon. The sale was postponed to
the dute above in order to more thorough
ly advertise it.
Illinois' Prise Marksmen.
Out of tbe fourteen marksmen selected
from tho thirty-six taken from the differ
ent regiments of the second brigade, and
who were at Camp Lincoln last week
competing for positions, six are in the
eighth regiment, five are in the sixth and
three in tbe fifth. The following if- a list
of the nnmes with the score of the ones in
the sixth regiment: Private Benj. T.
Williams, Co. E. 187; Corpl. II. B. Gars
rison, Co. H. 180; Private George II.
Hamilton, 180; Lieut. D. Turnbull. Co.
H, 179; Lieut. W. W. Shields, Cj. H.
169. They are ordered to report to Lieut.
Col. J. C. Bell, I. R. P., and captain of
second brigade team, at Camp Lincoln,
Springfield, August 5, to compete for po
sitions in the Mute team with a like num
ber from tbe first brigade. As already
stated, the Btate team will participate in
the interstate shoot at Camp Douglas,
Wisconsin, in September.
The twenty fifth anniversary of the
German-English school was commemo
rated by the raising of the flag presented
by Mr. J. J. Reimcrs, Mr. J. L. Haas de
livering a fitting patriotic address at noon
The German English school' has gone
by street car, and in company with
Bleuer's band, to nincher's garden this
afternoon for its picnic.
Wm. McCoy was fined $5 and costs
this morning for breach of the peace.
Henry Hopkins was fined $5 and costs
for posting notices on telephone poles.
To the Public
I find it necessary in view of tbe high
cost and light supply of ice to announce
a moderate increase in the price for the
month of August. Tbe charge will lie by
the hundred pounds to all, and tbe prices
For 25 lbs and up at one delivery, 40c
For 1060 lbs " " 35c.
For less than 25 lbs " 50c
Order your ice creams and ices from
Krell & Math for your parties and recep
tions and then you will be sure to please
tbe palate of your guests.
Merit wins, as the marvelous bucccss of
Hood's Sarsaparilla shows. It possesses
true medicinal merit. Sold by all drug
For the Construction of a sewer
in the alley next south ot Sec
ond avenue, between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth streets.
Be U ordained by the City Council of the City of
Section one (1) That there be constructed In
said city u underground sewer commencing
about seventy feet went ot Eighteenth ft reel, iu
the alley next fouth of Second avenue running
ttience wet alma the center of aaid alley to and
aeroa Market square in a sonth-weterly direc
tion and there connect with a public sewer.
Mac. two (HI Said sewer shall be laid in the
center of the alley and to be of pood Kiazed tile
twelve (13) Inches in diameter. Said fewer
aforesaid to e laid at least six feet under tbe
prevent surface of streets and alleys, to the top of
the tile and In accordance to prndes and stakes
Kiven by tbe engineer employed by the city, witb
a'l necessary "Ts" and crosses for the purpose
of connecting public sewers and private drains
therewith; each pipe ia to be Isid upon a firm
bed and the enda of the pipes are to abut clow
together in sucb a manner that there shall be nn
shoulders or want of uniformity of surface on the
bottom of the interior of the drain, the joints to
be as uniform as possible and filled with cement.
So. three (3) Said sewer shall he constructed
under tbe auperve'on of the city superintendent
of streets, who shall put tu, or cause to be put in.
ail Ta" and crosses wherever found necessary
and practicable, and in accordance with stakes
and grades piven by tbe encloeer, and shall have
general charge and supervision of the work.
Sec, four HI That the whole cost and expense
of the Improvement provided for in section one
( I or tins oruinince snail De ratsea anu paiu lor
by special assessment upon the property contin
uous to said improvement; said special assess
ment io ne levied accoraiug to ana onty m me
amount of the benefit which may accrue to such
property by reason of such improvement, and
under and in accordance with article nine (9) of
au act of the general assembly of the state of
Illinois, entitled "an act for the inornoration of
cities and villages," approved April 10, 1872, and
Ho. five (5) That Alderman Knox, Durman
and fchroeder be and are hereby appointed
commissioners to make an estimate of the cost ot
said improvement including labor and materials
and all other expenses attending the same, and
the cost of levying, assessing and, collecting tbe
special tax therefor.
-as sea July si, isau.
Atteat: WILLIAM MeCONOCHIK.
Robert Koeblkb. Mayor.
(Seal City Clerk.
in xm or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free or cnarga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK MLAID, III..
Spring Styles now Beady.
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 you have paid $1-75.
Tlock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED USDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a. tn. to K p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security.
B. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. ? C. DESKMAXN, Vice-Pres. J. V. BrFORD, Cashier.
P. Ii. Mitchell. K P. Reynolds, T. C. Denkmann. John Crnbaneh. C. F. Lynde,
1. i. Kcimers, L. Simon. E. W. Hnrrt, J. M. Buford.
Jacksos & HcaeT, Solicitors.
rwWUl bepin bnine J aly 8, 1S90, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell ft Lyada
until new bank is completed.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Our Straw Goods, representing Milan Hats, Chip, Fancy Braids,
Leghorn Hats, in colors, also, our entire stock of fine Montures,
Wreaths and Long Sprays at great reductions from former prices.
The remainder of our stock of Spring Hats and Bonnets, many exclusive
designs, are marked at about HALF PRICE.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank too sincere); for yonr past favors, and here pledge yoa oar best effort la the
future. Oar dealings shall be characterized by promptness and tfce strictest integrity to
onr mutual interests.
KA.NN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 181 and 1813 Second avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
fFTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $6 00 given awaj to each customer having $25-00
worth of Boot and Shoes. Call in and let as show yon the book and
explain how yoa can get it tree.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8HOE STORE, 1818 Second Arena
EDI STREET SHOE STORE
S989 Fifth Avenue.
Our C. C.S C. summer Jcorset isltho
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.
G. O. HUCK3TAEDT
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