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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDA Y, AUGUST 19, lfeOO
All Summer Neckwear must go regardless of cost. Commencing
Monday and for Six days, all onr Gentlemen's Summer Neckwear will
goat just HALF PRICE. Those that are marked 8c you can buy at
40 Those that are maeked 10c go at 5c- .
Four in Hands, Spots and Stripes marked 1 2c go at 6o. The Check
and Stripe Tennis Ties marked 1 5c go at 7 1 -So. Tennis Scarfs mark
ed 18o go for 9c. Silk Stripe and Plaids 22c, this week only lie.
Elegant Embroidered Ties 35o and 46c go for 17 l-2c and 22 l-2c.
All Four in Hand Silk Ties at 22o and 25c go at 1 lc and 12 1-2 cents.
Neck Scarfs in Silk and Marseilles at 13c, 22c and 25c go for 6 l-2o,
11c and 12o.
Come on, and bring your Boys and Men of the family, as this grand
Benefit will bring a rush. The most select styles and best values will
of course go early in the week.
Don't ask anylquestions, as we are willing to take our med
icine straight, but don't want any argument.
1712, 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Bkcond Avenue.
60 9 2
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KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 Second Avenue.
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Nut door to Orarapton's Bookstore, (up stairs.)
The pnhllc U cordially invited to inspect onr new Gallery, the flnest West of Chicago
without any exception. We have the only Camera in thin vicinity lsrije enough to make life
tijt? Photographs direct. We have the only Gallery In this city which 1 nret-claas In all Its
ppointraentg. In fact it contains more fnntrnraenta. Back Grounds, Photographic Furniture,
etc., thn all the other Galleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
order and also the ability ana determination to sustain it.
IV ALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Poatoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER-EMlaolve scents for the following ix larnejt Wall Paper
faru.rtes: Hirge Son, Juneway f'o.. Robert H. Hobbs & Co., NeTins Jk Haviland, New
Prices from 10 to 80 per cent
Varlt Wall tn...riA . . . K uM. v
SEBulK HPKcfALS-Whicb inclndes all' the Art papers,
below oiher dealers.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street :
Kidney and Liver Pills
An Even ng With the Rock Island
Entertain Ibk Kxhlblte r the Maaly
Art r tt4ir Irfeae ttlovrd
teat aa t Aerobatle Feate Aa.ther
MprtaUn k Hatch.
between Gibson, the London sprinter.end
Rock IalandVr. The conditions were
that the Rock Island amateur was to
have four yards, and tbe purse to be
9 100 to $50 that Gibson would win. The
race was decided a dead heat by the referee,
many asserting that the Rock Islander
had won, and the latter offered to run
the race over again, but Gibson would
not consent to it.
5 ! iiS&ptftte K
13 mmWf wmm eg ft o -
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 Pill, and that all may try them feeling and spirits .
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
Tbe Roc It Island Athletic club gave its
first public entertainment at the pleasant
ly arranged rooms on First avenue last
evening. Quite a number were present
by invitation of tbe club at 9 o'clock
when it was announced the programme
ould open. Tbe first feature was leap
ing, tumb log and acrobatic work bv
Messrs. Walter Lancaster and Henry
UL1 meter interspersed with remarkable
feats by Muster Willie Noreen, a boy of
fourteen. All the performers are mem
bers of tbe club, and while Uhlmeier and
Lancaster accomplished some difficult
movements, the boy astonished all by his
elasticity a id skill.
Next canie a three round scientific box
ing contest between Prof. E. H. Hass
and Derma a Moore, of Davenport. Both
were light weights, tbe conditions being
two mil ute rounds, with one minute's
rest. Tbe exhibition was an entertain
ing one, iind developed many pretty
points on both sides, and while Hass
proved the more scientific in defense,
Moore showed the advantnge in heavy,
well directed blows.
A three round contest between J. A.
Fennie, cbi.mpion of Davenport, and S.
J. Mooney, of St. Louis, instructor of tbe
Missouri gymnasium, was to have been
given next, but tbe expected partici
pants being unable to appear, a
boxing natch was then arranged
between Messrs. Cbas. Evans and W. C.
Maucker, the conditions to be three two
minute rounds, and it give tbe audience
a chance for a hearty laugh before the
event of tbi evening came on. Mr. J P.
Looney whi had acted in a similar capac
ity in the previous contest, was time
keeper, and the encounter brought
out some lively Rparring, "bugging"
and a few pretty well steered
blows on both sides, which were all
tun-more 'D lovable because points of
science were ignored. Evans received
several tape on the check, while Maucker
got a whack in the neck and a couple on
the nose. Both men were just getting
down to bisiness and seemed to be en
joying then selves when time was called,
It was 10 o'clock when tbe light
weight contest for the championship of
the three ci'.les was called. It was a six
round mill. Marquis of Queensbury
rules, three- minute rounds with one tuin
ute rest; si): ounce gloves. Tbe princi
pals were Win. Gibson, of this city, and
J. A. McEitire. late of San Francisco.
now of Mcline. McEnlire was to stop
Gibson in six rounds. Both meo ap'
peared promptly and were in good
form. Gibi-on's weight was 140 and Mc-
t,ntiresl45. Mr. J. f. Looney was
selected as referee and Cbas. Evans as
time keeper. Gibson was seconded by
Tom CbanJler, of Chicago, ex-middle
weight champion, and Prof. E. H. Hass,
of Davenport, acted as second for Mc
First Round- Gibson forced the fight
from the fird, and at tbe outset there was
considerable clinching, which was stopped
by the rcfer-e, and some fighting at long
range in which Gibson bad decidedly the
best of it.
Second R und The second round de
veloped sotre lively infighting, forced by
Gibson's sv.'inging cracks, and the men
clinched di'Verxl times. Tbe round
closed with a back blow from Gibson,
which was 'he only thing in the round.
Third Rcjnd Git?on was on the ag
greflsive, ra her tnan tbe defensive, and
rushing at his adversary be hit him
stunning erf ck. and pushed him over tbe
rope. The men clinched on Mc En tire's
return to the stage, and broke away just
as time was called. Gibson had a great
deal the best, of tbe contest thui far, but
instead of protecting himself and reserv
ing his energy, he bad exhausted most of
his strengt'i in his powerful lunges at
McEnlire, nearly all of which, however,
were artfull f'dodged by that gentleman
Fourth rr und McEnlire opened with
two crackin? body blows, when both men
clinched and continued to do so, though
they broke away repeatedly until time
was called. If there wss any advantage
McEutire htd it..
Fifth round sic Entire got in a num
ber of short arm blows in the infighting
with which tbe round opened. Gibson
got in a winder and the men clinched
Sixth round Gibson planted a swing
ing blow oi Bicn,aiires ear. ine men
clinched and McEntire fouled. Tbe men
indulged v some nice infighting and
clinched. Gibson made thiee terrific
lunges at IxEntire, each one of which
was cleverly dodged, and Gibson fell
each time. The men were clinched when
lime was called.
At the cc nclusion of the contest, Ref
eree Looney awarded the prizes to Gib'
son. McEntire baving'f ailed to slop him
in six rounds. McEntire 'challenged any
one in the audience, great or small, to
meet him then and there in a friendly
contest witb gloves, and Tom Chandler
was about t ) piok up the gauntlet when
the management of tbe club announced
that no' further contests would be al
lowed, as a promise had been made to
the municipal authorities to that effect.
Everything bad passed off pleasantly
.! tun rlnl did not DroDose to run the
risk of creating any bad feeling.
It was an orderly affair all the way
through and the exhibits or tne man
ly art were all friendly, and all con
teatants left the rooms tn the best oi
Tbe report bad
gained curtency that the Gibson-McEn
tire mill wa to be for "blood" and alar
shal Miller and several policemen were on
hand to put a atop to any defiance of
law, but tbf re was not even an approach
to anything requiring police interference.
There w9 another foot race at Central
Park. Davenport, yesterday afternoon.
Will HaBBwelBoa, f Kant Ksrk Island.
Brntally Beaten ana Robbed 1 Dav
Sunday night Will Samuelson, a young
man aged eighteen, was waiting at the
R. I. & P. depot in Davenport for a
train for Rock Island, his borne bbiog in
South Park, when he was attacked by a
pair of brutes who struck him on tbe
head with an iron plate and knocked him
senseless. He was cared for until he re
covered consciousness, when be was
brought to bis home in this city. It was
found that be bad been robbed of bis
watch and chain.
Samuelson is employed in Moline . At
first it was not considered that bis injur
ies were serious, bnt today alarming
symptoms have developed, and this af
ternoon word comes that he is probably
Officers Sexton, of this city, and Faulk
ner, of Davenport, arrested a stranger in
the Schafer house saloon this moraine.
suspicion of being one of the assail
ants, but be was afterwards released.
Daniel McKay and Jack Quinn were
each fined $50 and costs for fighting on
Moline avenue Sunday night and each
sent to jail.
Butter to the value of f 16 was stolen
from a produce wagon on Fourth ave
nue, between Twelfth and Fifteenth
A high flying quartette, composed of
'Tom Raymond, Minnie Smith, George
Brown and Chaa. Whitemore," were ar
rested last night for fast driving, and
this morning Magistrate Wivill fined each
$3 and costs.
J. A. Day was bound over to tbe cir
cuit court last evening in the sum
of $350 for tne larceny of a cor
net from tbe steamer White Etgle.
John McCullough, who was arrested at
the same time, having been discharged.
Al. Evans, tbe Carbon Cliff desperado,
had his preliminary trial before Magis
trate Wivill this afternoon, two charges
being preferred one attempting to mur
der bis wife and tbe other of arson. He
was held in bonds of $1,000 on each.
Tbe Mary Morton passed down.
The Pilot came down and returned.
The Julia and Satallite passed up.
The Lion came down witb eight
strings of logs.
The Verne Swain was in and out of
port as usual.
Tbe water is declining again; tbe
stage at noon was 3:50; the temperature
WILL IT PROVE MUROEK?
Candidate Pearsall came down from
Port Byron this morning to look after his
fences in this city, which, according to
all accounts, are in a pretty bad condi
tion. A couple of republican postal
clerks wbo have been reported to Wash
ington for "pernicious" activity by mem
bers of their own parly, tried to solace
Pearsall. but with very little success.
ness. Prof. Anderson is one of Wiscon-.
sin's foremost educators, and is author of
over thirty volumes on Scandinavian
Notwithstanding tbe competition of
the electric road to 8chnetzen park, the
Third street line of the Holmes system in
Davenport did the biggest business of its
life Sunday, the count of fares showing
9.101. This was exclusive of the free
ride tendered to tbe veterans composing
tbe second and third divisions of the pa
rade. The Holmes people had an advan
tage over all competition in tbe fact that
in Supt. Schnitger they have a man who
thoroughly understands his business.
, Weather Poreeart.
TJ. 8. Siswal orncB, I
lVTasbingun,D.C., Aug 19. f
For the next 24 hours: Clearing and
DIDN'T GET HER DIAMONDS.
A Life's Romance.
"See that young lady?" queried a
young in an on a ferryboat yesterday of
"I was engaged to her onco."
"Yon don't say."
"See that poodle dog?"
"Well, he broke our engagement.-
"No! What's the story';"
"It was on this very boat. We had
come down for au evening ride. We sat
right over there, and after a bit I got tip
to get ber a drink of water. While I was
gone her poodle got into my chair, and
when I returned I sat down on him."
"But if tbe girl really and truly loved
"Oh, she did that."
"Bnt she loved tho poodle more. I
smashed him as flat as a sheet of fly pa
per. She picked him up, sqnoze him
back into shape and then said that we
must part forever. We have been stran
gers since." Detroit Free Press.
Roloa to Order.
Tourist Theae are beautiful mount
ains; but how much more picturesque
would they look if there was an ancient
ruin on the summit.
Hotel Keeper Yes; I believe an an
cient ruin would draw more tonrists;
next year I am going to have one built
Angry Guest (at summer hotel) Your
portfr has just smashed my trunk and
ruined you hear me, sir? ruined a fine
6Uit of clothes.
Clerk That's all right. Forget to tip
the waiter for a day or two and we'll
call it square. New York Sun.
A Wicked riot.
First Poet I am going to get even
with the editor of The Nogood Maga
zine. Second Poet How?
First Poet I've sent him a poem, and
Fve poisoned the mucilage on the return
A promising son was born to Mr
Mrs. Wm. Roobtbis morning.
Mr. Chas. Fisher, of Ottawa, arrived
as t evening to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S- MoCabe are about
to start on a six weeks trip to the east
Mr. Fred De Board, of Hamlet, is in
the city todav calling on" his old friend,
There is likely to he something definite
about the new street railway power most
any time now.
J. E. McConnell and wife, of North-
field, Minn., anil Miss Warren, of Chica
go, are guests at tbe Harper.
Mr. Thomas C. Hardy and bride, of
Chicago, have been on a visit to Mr.
Hardy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. Geo. Riess is expected home to
morrow evening from (..nicago where,
with ber children, she has been visiting
for six weeks.
Wanted A boy sixteen or seventeen
years of age to drive borse and attend
store. Apply at Frank Babcnck's gro
cery, 2600 Moline avenue.
Mr. John Lass, of Galesburg, has re
ceived notice of bis appointment as di
vision superintendent of tbe C, B. & Q.,
to succeed E. M. Herr, resigned.
If you wish to enjoy an Interesting art
gallery or missionary museum, attend the
Willing Workers social at the Broadway
Presbyterian church next Friday evening.
Mr. W. H. Conant, a bright and ener
getic journalist formerly of tbe Minne
apolis Irihune, has assumed charge of
the local columns of the morning Union.
Tbe Rock Island district camp meeting
will be opened on tbe grounds south of
Milan by Presiding Elder Head Thursday
evening. There are already several
campers on the ground. Bishop S. J.
Merrill preaches Sunday.
Mrs. E. A. Medill and daughter. Miss
Margaret, of Milan, mother and sister of
T. J. Medill. Jr., of this city, and Miss
Kiltie Bradley, also of Milan, returned
yesterday from an extended trip to ew
York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
The Scott county bar convention held
yesterday, waa another conflict between
legal lights in which Messrs. Geo. E
Huhbell and E. E. Cook did the most
flashing. Judges Waterman, of 8cott and
llowatt, of Clinton, were endorsed by
large majorities. ;
Geo. Martin, a boy employed in the
Union job rooms, suffered a painful in
jury this morning, bis left leg about the
knee being learlully ground in the cog
wheels of a press, the ligaments being
injured to such an extent as to endanger
a stuT joint.
Samuel' Thurman, a well known col
ored citizen of South Rock Island, and a
veteran of tbe war, died last njgbt, aged
about sixty-two. Buford post meets at
one o clock tomorrow afternoon to attend
tbe funeral, which occurs one "hour later.
from ths Second Baptist church.
Hon. R. B. Anderson, of Madison,
Wis., for twenty years prominent in the
faculty of the Wisconsin state university.
and minister to Denmark under Presi
dent Cleveland, la in the city on buai-
"It never rains but it pours!"
"What is the matter now?"
"Johnny broke bis arm and keeps hol
lering all the time."
"1 hear him. Never rains but it pours.
I should say it never pains but he roars."
In a Bad Way.
Lady (in a tone of sympathy) How is
your husband today, Annt Dinah?
Aunt Dinah (gloomily) He's mighty
bad off, Miss Mary. Two of his lungs
is teetotully gone an' de eease is done
'grin to work orn another one. Harper's
Firt Boy How do yon like your new
Second Boy He is not a lightning
teacher. He strikes several times in tbe
same place. Texas Sittings.
Misa Beacon Tlus waltz is divine!
Do you ever dance the Lancers, doctor?
Dr. Boylston No; bm I sometime
lai?ce the dancers. Boston Budget
Dashaway (at the table) I think I
shall marry a rich girl and settle down,
Mrs. Slimdiet (the lundlady) It would
be a much tetter plan, Mr. Dashaway.
if yon would stay single and settle up.
Clothier and Furnisher.
Hard on Miss Jones.
"Miss Jones is the possessor of two
"Why, I heard her say the other day
that Her face was her fortune."
"Well, she is two faced, you know."
Force of Habit.
Tramp Excuse me a moment. I heard
some one calling my name.
Lady You're mistaken. That
only the rag man crying "Rags."
Tramp I always answer to that.
"How's life with you, Miss Snip'
somebody asked the seamstress, and
Miss Snip replied:
"Oh, sew, sew." Somerville Journal,
The Cos torn Officers Give Fay Temple
ton a Disappointment.
New Yop.k, Aug. 19 Henry Herscny,
a valet to Howell Osborne, ' the well
known banker, was arrested yesterday as
he was leaving the steamer La Norman
die, just arrived from Havre, on a charge
of smngKlinx. Upon being searched tbe
officers found concealed in bis coat and
vest several packages, which, upon exam
ination, were found to contain bracelets,
necklaces, etc., to Km value of fJO.000.
Thny were sent liy Mr. Upborne, who is
now in Paris, and were to have been worn
last night br Kay Tenipleton, the actress.
upon ner appearance at the f ourteenth
Street theatre. Herschv was held in 5.000
bail by Commissioner Shields for exaiuin-
MADE A BUNGLE OF THE ROBBERY."
The Otterville Operators Only Got lOO
tor Their Trouble.
SEDALIA, Mo., Aug. 19. Very little has
developed in the Ouerville train rob
bery case. Sheriff Smith, of this county,
says that about 100 heavily armed men
are in pursuit. The man arrested at Mad
ison says that he can prove an alibi upon
his examination. It is intimated that the
wroug express car was opened, the car
that goes to D.-uver with matter for trans
fer to the Wclls-Faro company having
been overlooked by the roblers. The re
sult of this was, so it is now stated, that
instead of the rohlers Ketting fttti,00i). or
ven Sal.olK), they only secured jewelry
Wlelders of the Wagon Tongue.
CHIC AGO, Aug. 19. The baxe hall scores
yesterday were reported as follows:
League: At Boston 1 tost on 15, New York
batteries Olarkson, Bennett H.irdie
and Burkett, Clark nnd Bucklev. At
Brooklyn Philadelphia S, Brooklyn 8:
batteries Vickery and Clements, Terry
and Daly. At Cincinnati Cincinnati 14,
leveland 3; halterii-s MulUine and Har
rington, inn niiil Zitnmer. At Chicago
Chicago 9, littliirg 8; batteries Stein
and Kiltridge, llerker nirl Decker.
Brotherhood: At Philadelphia Phila
delphia 8. Brooklyn 11; lotteries Knell
and Hailtirin, Hemming and Diiiley.
New York-Boston game postponed
wet gronnds. At Buffalo Buffalo 2, Chi
cago 5; batteries Ilxddock and Mack,
King and Boyle. At Pittsbiirg Pitta
bnrg 5, Cleveland 3; batteries Gal vin and
Carroll, McUilland and Brennan.
estern: At Kansas City (First game)
Sioux City 1, Kansas City 13; (second
game) Sioux City 1, Kansas City 5; at Lin
coln St. Paul 3, Lincoln 7; at Denver
Omaha 8, Denver 5.
Coming It Over the Canucks.
Ottawa, Out., Ang. 19. The minister
of customs has received information that
inferior Wiiconsin cheese has been brought
to Montreal and other Canadian porta,
there branded "Canadian product," and
then shinned to Great Britain as anr-h
thereby seriously affecting the reputation
oi tne cannaiHii product.
Trolling at Chicago.
Chicago, Aug. Id. The Northwestern
Association of Trotting and Pacing Horse
Breeders began a meeting at Washington
park race course yeste.rcay. Sir Arthur
won the 2:40 race, best time 2:25V; Harry
Medium took the stake in the 2:24 class.
best time 2:2:13,. The meeting attracted a
At'ention John Buford Post
All members of John Buford Posi 243.
Q. A. It., are requested to meet at their
hall at 1 o'clock sharp, tomorrow, Ang.
20, to attend the funeral of our late com
rade, Samuel Thurman. Bv order of
H. C. Harris. Commander.
A large and beantiful assortment of
French candies just received at Krell &
Math's. Step in and have them put vou
np a box to take borne.
Doctor: What is vour husband's com
plaint, ma'am? Is it chronic? Wife:
Yes, sir. I have never known him to be
satisfied with a meal for tbe last 35
At the Athletic Club Window.
Alfy It's hard work looking out at
tbe girls this hot weather.
ReffV Yfi-as; but one must take some
Greene He can lick you, can't he?
Bryton He! Why, he couldn't wake
me up in fifteen minutes with a Eehoe
Like a Watch Charm.
"The prisoners work like a charm."
"How's that? On the end of a chain?"
New York World.
Cool Summer Itesorta.
Winks rJCatch me going to Mount
Fashion another summer.
WTinks No; cold enough for blankets
Minks Then what was the matter
Wiuks They didn't have the blank
ets. New York Weekly.
A Sure Avnaptom.
Principal of Girls' Boarding School (to
her butcher) From to-morrow you can
send me three pounds of meat less than
the usual quantity.
"Have you lost some of your board
"No, but four of the girls have fallen
in love. Basler Nachnchten, .
He Would Do a Adrlsed.
Tho jury brought in a verdict of
The judge said admoniflhingly to the
prisoner: "After this you ought to keep
away from bad company.
"Yea, your honor; yon will not see me
again in a hurry.'' Chatter.
A Hit at the Bean City.
She Oh, isn't it cold?' There must be
Icebergs near. Did yon meet any com
He One. She was from Boston.-
It is time to do some thinking along
that line. This week we offer a beauti
ful assortment of the new effects in em
broidered BLACK ROBES black on
black, green on black, red on black,
etc materials, Henriettas and Serges.
You have no doubt been reading about
them in the Magazines. What we have
won't last long.
PLAIDS-We show a beautiful as
sortment of all wool Plaids at 49c a
yard, 36 and 38 inches wide. Some
finer ones, too. As a special bargain
we will sell 20 pieces 36 inch wool
For a delicious dish of ice cream or a
ne box of candy, go to Krell & Math's.
and get the best.
P. T. Barnum is very rich for a man
who has elways had an elephant on his
March grows sticky common powders
ii tvc a vulgar jpare. i nzzonis is tne
K. & M. stands for Krell & Math, who
have the finest and purest ics cream in
the three cities.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliahln
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
eaves no oaor.
John Evans has nice baled hav for sale
oy tne ton or car.
K. & M. for ice cream and fine cans
No. ItilO. 11112 and 1614, Third Ave
Is the cheapest place In the comity to bay Cu
riscpM, Buggies, Paints, Oil, etc.
$200.00 and Upwards
For Bale, secured on land worth from
three to Ave times the amount
of the loan.
Internet 1 per cent oral annualhr. collected and
remiiUMi free or cuarga.
E. W. HURST,
Attobntsy at Law -
Roobs and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK ISltAXD, ILL.
Spring Styles now Beady.
YOU MAY BE THINKING
OF BUYING- A HANDSOME WO (331 ESS.
mixed Stripes in good assortment of
colorings at 22c a yard-
COTTON FLAN NELS-Now is the
time to buy Cotton Flannels while the
prices are low. We inaugurate a spec
ial sale this week- Cotton Flannels un
bleached 5c a yard, 6o and np. Our
1 0c unbleached is a world-beater.
NEW FALL GOODS arriving. We
almost forgot to mention our excellent
new assortment of all wool BLACK
DRESS GOODS in plain and the new
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Furniture and Carpet Dealers
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED TJKDKR THK TBS STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m-, and Svtnrday eTenlngB from T 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. DKXKMAXN, Vice-Proa. J. M. BCTORD, Cackier.
P. I Mitchell, K P. Reynold. F. C. Denkmann. John Crobanrt. C. T. Lrnde,
1. 1. Reimera, L. Simon. K. W. Ham. 1. M. Buford.
JiCKsa A lienor. Solicitor.
fWWill beein Wlnw Jalj 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lrnde
nntil new bank ia completed.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
First importation of LADIES' FALL HATS, an elegant
A large invoice of LADIES' and MISSES' BLACK STRAW
A nice line of Infants and Misses Black Silk CAPS AND
SUMMER HATS at your own price.
G. O. HUCKSTAXDT
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND "WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank yon aincerelj for your past tavort, and here pledge yon onr beat orU In the
fotore. Onr dealing shall be characterized by promptness and the strictest Integrity to
onr mutual interests.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1813 Second avenae.
BOOTS and SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at fS.OO Riven away to each customer boying $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.,
CZNTRAL 8H02 STORE, 1818 Second Amu.
BvUJa, DtAaal OUUA P1VM .