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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1890.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
r, 1 ant
PLUMBING, GAS AND
And House Furnishing Goods.
"Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Next door to Crampton's Bnokstor', (up stairs.')
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with. nit :in exception. We have the only Camera intbis vtcintty large enough to make Hfe
f il. Phi!!iraih direct. We have the only Gallery in thi city which la first-class tn all its
;i.-:iinienN. In fjrt it coulains more Instruments, Back Grounds, Photographic Fnrniture,
cu-. th in nil the other Ualleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
xrilt'r anil aleo the ability and determination to sustain it.
WALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postr.ffice Block, Moline.
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xRE t :.. sPKt'IAuS-Which inclades all the Art paper. Prices from 10 to
x l"w o'her draleis.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gsfllon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
A SURE CURE!
FOR A COUGH OR COLD IS
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TIY IT. 10c, 25c and COc Bottles.
" Medicine known for all Kidney, Lung and Stomach troubles. Is-
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
2";c a Bottle Samples free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
Sheet Iron Work,-
ROCK 1ST, AND, ILL
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
i'N.".l 1 hR Cini S
st Wall Paper
80 per cent
A Destructive Blaze in a Business
A. nidalckt Terrar la the Heart et the
.-My A Third A venae Ballalas
Uatted, ana Kvaaa' Fee Ml ere Iea
troyed-Oi her Laaae.
The most destructive fire that Rock
Island has ht.d for many months, occurred
last night. It broke oat about 11 o'clock
in the storeroom, 1706 Third avenue, oc
cupied by John Evans' feed store, and
had gained much headway when discovs
ered by a teighbor, and an alarm was
sent in from the Fourth ward. The
Phoenix boj s responded in good time,
especially for volunteers, the other com
panies following soon after, but the
flames seeme l to have undisputed sway,
and were viciously hissing their defiance
to all efforts to subdue them when the
first stream of water was turned on.
The fire, which evidently had Us origin
in a stack f brooms near the front of
the store, sjon spread to the rear, lick
ing up the inflammable material, which
encouraged its protre3s and enlarged the
volume of i s fury. It was a hard, hot
fittht for the firemen, but the stood the
test admirably, and while the customary
lack of BfBlem, discipline and concen
trated effort was noticeable, as is always
the esse witr a volunteer department, the
boys as individuals fought courageously
and, let it bn said to their credit, saved
the aljoininj; building on the west. The
flames were in reality driven right
through the building and as soon as they
were conquered in front, burst out in the
rear, but a bountiful supply of water soon
had the furious element under control,
though the building, a three-story brick,
was completely gutted. It was one of the
hottest fires ever seen in Rock Island
for its size, and the interior of the
store had the appearance of a view
of a flaming oven, the contents of the
store, dry grain and oil, being as hereto
fore said, a fast for the flames' rapid
consumption. The heat was so intense
as to literally break the windows in the
front and sid a of the building to atoms.
The building is owned by the J. B.
Ellis estate ami occupied on the first
floor by John Evans flour and feed store.
The second f oor was occupied by Super
intendent of Streets II. C. Ilarris for
a dwelling, a bile the third was used as a
lodge room. The work of desiructioo
was complete as regards personal prop
erty all the way through the building.
Mr. Evans hues several bins of grain,
bran, a car le ad of Lay and considerable
straw besides oil, salt, etc. Mr. Harris
lost all his household effects through fire,
sinoke and water, entailing a loss of
350, without insurance. Mr. Harris
and his son barely escaped from the
burning building with their lives. The
rooms on the third floor, which were
used by King Solomon lodge, a colored
society, were not damaged. A plat
glass window in the storeroom in H.
Tremann's Mock west, was cracked.
while the ho lae hold property ot Mr. L.
Weckle, whoie family lived in the floor
above, was more or less damaged by
smoke, carpens, sheets, etc., being black
The damage to the building will be
about $3,0O, which is amply covered by
insurance of $3,000 in the Hock ford
company, wl ile Mr. Evans, the next
heaviest loser, hose stock was - de
stroyed. is out $1100, on which there is
There is a real deal of speculation as
to the origin of fire, which in many re
spects was most peculiar. Indications
point strongly to incendiarism, but who or
what motives actuated the act, is still an
unsolved myxtery. Those who first dis
covered the hluze say it was in a stack of
brooms near the front window, and the
door being broken op:a, the flames burst
forth from al: pans of the room as if sim
ply awaiting the vent that the open door
gave them. Another peculiar feature was
the dixefwery of oil running from a tank
in the rear purl of the store, and upon
examination the faucet was found to be
open and seemed to have been so for
some time as there was considerable oil
on the floor.
Al. Hucbison and Beverly Artis, the
African and l is white boy pd run in by
Marshal Miller July 25 on suspicion, aud
sent to jail fur thirty days each under the
vag act, wero taken before Magistrate
Wivill this m trning to answer the charge
of burglarizing Williams Bros, shop in
Moline. The preliminary hearing was
continued until next week.
Geo. Stodd. living on Niuth street, was
arrested by Marshal Miller this morning
on complaint of Francis Plodde, who
charges assault. Trial is in progress be
fore Magistrate Wivill this afternoon.
A Prob tbly Fatal Ikraagnt.
Mrs. Charles Schoede is lying at the
point of dea h at her home, 2510 Vine
street, from the effects of a dose of log
wood and tnilk taken jesterday upon the
advice of a friend, who prescribed it as a
remedy forgot her ailments with which she
had been suffering, but the compound
produced a c mtrary effect from the one
anticipated, und Mrs. Schoede has been
in a serious condition since. This after
noon Dr. Gait had little hopes of her re
The Helen Schulenberg passed up.
The Alfred Toll and Pilot went up each
with two bar;;es in tow.
The stage f the water at the bridge at
noon was 2:4 i; the temperature 67..
A large nd beautiful assortment of
French candi 38 just received at Krell &
Math's. Ste) in and have them put you
up a box to t ike home.
For a delicious dish of ice cream or a
fine box of ct.ndy, go to Krell & Math s,
and get the bsst.
After all, tie best way to know the
real merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla, is to
try it yourself. Be sure to get Hood s
K- & M. for ice cream and fine cans
IN THE FIRST TEMPLES.
Aaaeaahllaai at" the H.E. Caaap Meet
lac at Tlaaalt'a rove The ire
araaame. This evening the annual camp meeting
of the Rock Island District M. E. Camp
Meeting association opens on the grounds
near Tindall's grove, three miles south of
Milan. Presiding Elder Head will con
duct the services tonight, and Sunday
morning Bishop 8. M. Merrill, of Chi
cago, will occupy the pulpit. The
Revs. F. H. Cumming. D. D. and
W. B. Shoop, president of the District
Epworth League, wilt have charge of the
Epworth League meetings of the en
campment. The Reys. E. A. and E. N.
Brown, both of Aledo, lead the sing
ing. Messrs. C. T. Cady and J. A. Ria-
son conduct the children's meeting.
Mr. Qeorge 8edwick, of Viola, has
charge of the police force.
The district meeting of the Woman's
Foreign Missionary society will be held
on Saturday, August 30, at 3:30 p. m.
Miss De Line, a missionary from India
will be present and address the meeting.
The programme of daily meetings is ap
A a. m., Mornine rising b-11.
7, Morning family devotions, in the tents.
8:30, Bible read ire
9:15. Prayer aud testimony meeting.
1 :S0 p. m., Epworth League meeting.
S:JI, preaching and revival 81 vice.
4, Children's meeting.
7, Song service.
J. E. Chandler, of Bardolph, is at the
Rock Island bouse.
Fresh Saratoga chips in bulk, some
thing nice, at Browncr's.
Billy Catton, the expert billiard player.
has returned home from the east.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker returned
last evening from the east via the lakes.
Mr. S. L. Morrison, of New York, is a
guest of his friend, Mr. B. T. Cable, in
Prof. A. W. Williamson, of Augustana
college, returned yesteiday from an ex
tended visit to l. Peter, Minn.
Dr. C. C. Truesdale and wife returned
this morning from a six weeks' visit to
Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Spring Cove slide will be illuminated
again Saturday night, and there will be
music by Bleuer s band for dancing.
J. Edward Elliott and Nils Olson have
gone to Chicago to spend a few weeks
visiting relatives and friends there and al
Capt. W. H. Pierce is remodeling and
otherwise improving his residence props
erty on Second ayenue and Eighth street.
John Volk has the contract.
A few good men may find employment
as agents by applying to W. C. Collins,
state manager for the People's Building
& Loan association, at his office.
Miss Fannie Gregg, daughter of Dr.
Patrick Gregg, who has been engaged in
missionary work in the slums of New
York for two years, is expected tomorrow
morning on a visit to her parents.
Wm. Blanchard, of Rock Island, has
decided to take up his residence in Dav
enport, and has purchased the residence
of Harry Kenower, on Thirteenth street
and Arlington avenue, where he will soon
be fully settled. Davenport Time.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weyerhauser.
Misses Maegie and Rhoda Weyerhauser,
Rudolph and Fred Weyerhauser. Jr., and
Mr. Albert Cov. of Horton, Kan., de
parted on the F. C. A. Denkmann Tester-
day afternoon for a trip up the river.
Mayor McConochie. City Clerk Koehler
and Aldermen Corken. Larkin. Geiser.
Kennedy and Bladel went up to Moline
last night and inspected the system of
public lights of that city, and were very
much gratified with the low light system
in vogue there.
Conductor Palmer brought an excur
sion train of six coaches in from Cable on
the R I. & P. this morning, and the ex
cursionists to the number of 350. are
putting in the day at Black Hawk's tow
er. J he excursion is under the ausmces
of the Congregational church of Cable,
Messrs. John OLlweiler, Jr., and Jacob
F. Ohlweiler. Peter Frey, William Hueft,
Jacob Ohlweiler, Jr., William Lyons and
Andrew Bocbler, commenced their annual
occupancy this morning of Camp Ohl
weiler on Hock river, while Messrs. G. H.
Schumacher, Jr. and Geo. Wagner, Jr.
have gone up Rock river near Colona to
Mr. E S. Bowman, of Bennett. Iowa.
is in the city visiting relatives and old
friends. Ed. is succeeding admirably in
bis chosen profession the practice of
medicine as all who are acquainted with
him knew he would, and one of these
days, in the not far away future, will
branch out as a full fledged M. D.
Manager Montrose.of the Harper house
and Harper's theatre, is in the east look
ing after some firstclass theatrical attrac
lions J. M. Hill, manager of the Col
umbia, at Chicago, and one of the most
prominent and successful theatre men in
the country, is an intimate friend of Mr.
Montrose, and is cooperating with him to
give Rock Island the spice of the attrac
tions the coming season.
The Fisher & Aiken's ten and twenty
cent shows have pitched their tents on
the corner of Second avenue and Six
teenth street, and from the looks of their
canvas and outfit, our citizens have a
great treat In store. The first perform
ance will be given tonight at 8 o'clock,
sharp. The show continues tomnrro
and Saturday, and for the price of ad
mission deserves good patronage.
A communication received this morn
ing from Gen. W. A. Schmitt, or the 27tn
Infantry, having headquarters at Rock
Island, states that the reunion association
of that regiment will be held in connec
tion with the Military Tract association
reunion in this city on September 23 to
26 ih, and that all the old members of the
Illinois brieade of Sheridan's division
will probably be in attendance. Mon
Rev. L. B. Hix. went to Rock Island
yesterday and visited Col. Whittemore at
the U. S. arrenal and secured his permis
sion for the U. B. excursion to pass
through and view the government works
on the island. The excursion next Sat
urday will be a rare opportunity for the
teachers of this county to go in a body
and see Uncle Sam at home. Our people
generally should patronize it. The pro
ceeds above expenses are to be applied to
the new church fund. Muscatine iVews
Tiibune. Mr. H. N. Stone, of directory fame,
who has just completed with ao much
satisfaction to the public, a new directory
of Davenport, was in Rock Island this
morning. The new Davenport directory
is the theme of popular talk over there
now. and well it may be, for. for con
venience, accuracy and neatness nothing
like it d8s ever been published hcrea
bouts. It Is nicely arranged with
running alphabetical index and the
business men and people of Rock
isi ana wut not regret tt they en
courage Mr. Stone in his 'efforts here
The last directory here was such a fraud
and failure that oaf" people are loath to
contribute to another, but they should
not be, especially when it is to come
from an entirely different firm and one
tha comes with such strong endorsement
near at home. The fact that the last
volume is so unreliable makes it essential
that there should be an accurate one pub
lished at once.
THE Wa.YS OF JUSTICE.
An Incldeat la the Conrt Boom of aa
While at the postoffice in an Oldo vil
lage I heard the report that a murderer
had been captured, and so I followed
the crowd to the lockup to learn more
about it. There I found a prisoner whose
every appearance proved the professional
tramp. He was about 40 years of age,
very cool, and he greeted the charge of
murder with a laugh. In a short time
he was taken before a justice of the
peace for examination, and I found a
seat in the crowd. One look at the jus
tice satisfied me that he realized the aw
ful gravity of the situation, and felt the
foundation stone of the United States
resting on his broad back.
"Prisoner," he began, "don't trifle with
this court, for it won't be allowed."
"Who's going to trifle?" .was the an
swer. "Don't you do it, sir don't you do itl
Now, then, do yon want to confess?"
"Cold blooded murder!"
"Latit night at 8 o'clock.'
"ILnmph! How far is it to Cleveland,
"And I slept all night in a barn back
here three miles."
"That's so, judge," said a farmer in
the crowd. "He came along at 9 o'clock
lant night and I let him in there."
"You are sure?"
"And you won't confess?" he asked of
"How can I being as I have done
"Very well; such obstinacy deserves
punishment, and I sentence you to the
county jail for ninety days.?
"To prove to j ou that justice never
sleeps, sir never. You may think she
do, but she don't she don't, sir. You
have been overtaken at last, sir at last,
sir; and the constable will take charge
of the prisoner, and court is adjoarnod."
New York Sun.
Not a Credit to the Family.
"William," said the aged father to hia
erring son, who was about to start on a
little journey with the sheriff of the
county, "yon have brought it all on you
self. You deserve it. You have dis
graced the family forever."
"You're no saint, father," replied the
young man, "and there's no wings
Bprontin' on any of the others in the
family. I pot caught at it, and you
haven't got caught. That's about all the
difference between us. I reckon youcan
stand the disgrace if I can."
"It isn't the fact that you're going to
the penitentiary that hurts," replied the
old man. "It's because you're going
there for making snide five cent pieces
little, nasty, cheap, counterfeit nickels
when you might just as well have
made silver dollars of the year 1804 and
got $500 apiece for them. That's what
And the aged father turned away to
hide his emotion." Chicago Tribune.
Armand Cornel Fly with me, I im
Camille Never! Sir, you insult me.
Armand What! You will not go?
Camille I will resist you with all the
strength of my woman's nature. If yon
would tear me from this place, you must
first drojr me and render me unconscious.
You will find a bottle of chloroform on
the bureau over there. From an unpro
duced drama by Dumas in America.
"Stt yon are married, Jack?"
"I am, Jim."
"I hope you considered the matter
well. It is n serious matter assuming
the responsibilities involved in mar
riage." You're wrong, my friend. -I have no
responsibility at all now. My wife's the
boss." Boston Courier.
Keeping the Old Man Busy.
Miss Fonduv Havo you seen papa?
Mrs. Fonduv Yes, I found him figur
ing in the library, and induced him to
stop long enough to listen to my plans
for spending August at the Beashore."
Miss Fonduv And where is papa now:
Mrs. Fonduv Oh, he's still figuring.
The Baae Bl I Kxprrts.
Chicago, Aug. 2t. Yesterday's base
ball scon) were as follows: Ijeatfue: At
Itoston Huston 5, New York H; batteries
Clarkson and Canzal, Welch. Daily and
Buckley. At Brooklyn (First game)
Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn 18; batteries
(ileation, Clements and Schriver, Terry,
Foutz and Daly; (second game) Philadel
phia 7. Brooklyn 12; batteries Smith and
Schriver, Terry and Clark.
Brotherhood: At Philadelphia Brook
lyn 7, Philadelphia 4; hatteriea Sowders
and Daily, Husted and Hallmao. At Pitts
burg Pittshurg 8, Cleveland l:t; lotteries
Maul and Carroll, Grulwr and Sutcliffe.
At New York New York J Hoston 8; bat
teriea Ewing and Eiriiig, GumbeFt and
Kelly. At Buffalo (First, game) BulTalo
8, Chicago 2; batteries Cunningham and
Mack, Baldwin and Boyle; (second game)
Buffalo 7, Chicago O; lotteries Cuuniug
ham aud Mack, Barston aud FarreiL
The President Is 57 Years Old.
Cape Mat, N. J., Aug. 21 President
Harrison arrived here at 6:110 p. m. yes
terday, and Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. Mc
Kee, with the baity, met hiui. and he was
at once escorted to t.ie cottage at the
Point, where a quiet family celebration of
his f7ili b:-f Uday wa held.
ItttUlmore Joins the Association.
Cincinnati, U., Aug. 2). At a meeting
at lite Burnet house yesterday between
W. H. Waltz and Billy Baruie, represent
ing the Baltimore club, late of the Atlan
tic association, and Zach Phelps and W.
11. Whit taker, representing the American
association, a formal contract was drawn
up und signed admitting the Baltimore
Base Bull club to full nieiubarship iu the
An Eye Torn Out by Lightning.
JEKFKKSOSVILLE. Ind., Aug. 21. A
wagon-load of country people was struck
by lightning Tuesday. Mrs.-Mary Kiu
ner had one of her eyes torn out. Mrs.
Robert Conway was atruck. Both ladies
are fatally proetrated. The other five or
six occupants were shocked.
Bovs should be seen and not heard
says the adage, but when they are
wuiHumg uuoys tney snouia De heard
whether they are seen or not.
Starch grows sticky common powders
have a vulgar glare. Pozzoni's is the
only complexion powder fit tor nse.
K. & M. stands for Krell & Math, who
have the finest and purest ice cream in
the three cities.
THE LATE DISASTERS.
Five More Victims of the Railway Wreck
Situation at Wllkesbarre.
Boston, Aug. 2L Five other victims of
the Quincy disaster Tuesday have been
added to the list of the dead, making
twenty in alL They are: Miss Ella Bard,
aged 23, who died at Quincy hospital:
Mrs. Abbie Abbott, of Louisville, Ky.; a
Miss Tilton, aud Mr. and Mrs. Chelsea.
Pickpockets worked the occasion with
great success. Those who escaped unin
jured were dazed, and all that seemed
necessary was for any person to meet
them and offer to take charge of their val
uables. These were turned over in many
instances. Several of the dead persons
were known to have had money and
watches, but these were not found on their
Probable Cause ot the Accident.
In a lot of weeds near the track the lack
which is sup posed to have caused such a
terrible loss of life has been found. Marks
of the flanges of the wheels were plainly
cut in the heavy tool, and it bore evidence
of having been run over by a train. The
sides of the socket on the casting to re
ceive the handles by which the weight is
ratsea were pressed chK-e together, and a
large hole was cut through the casting
and the bottom of the casting was broken
The t'y clone's Dead.
Wilkesbarrk, Pa., Aug. 21 The
gloom that lias ae tiled upon thocityis
darker than were the loweriug clouds that
marked the progress r.f the devastating
cyclne of Tuesday night. Hundreds of
citizens are in mourning, some lain. nt intr
the death f friends aud relatives, and
others bewailing the los of property The
dead are kuoun to number twelve iu this
city, 'lhe reports of deaths in out-ide
towns have not yet lieen connrmed. The
work of repairing damages is going on
THAT LONDON CHOLERA CASE.
A Doctor Fears That the Itread Disease
W ill Spread Itapirily.
Lonikm, Aug. 21. A private interview
with the doctor who examined the chol
era patient, Itoliert Ix'igh, elicits the fact.
upon the admission of the latter, that he
wandered freely about the Fist End be
fore he became so ill that he was obliged
to go to bed. Unriug his wanderings be
drank and conversed with a number of
Many Other I'ersmis in Danger.
The doctor has no doubt w hatever that
many persons have contracted the disease
in the coffee bouse where Iinh lodged,
and expressed fear that it will spread
rapidly. There is no question that the
man is suffering from Asiatic cholera in
its worst form. The disclosure of the na
ture of the man's ailment has created a
panic in the neihliorhood of his late
lodging place, tlionuh the health authori
ties display a greater degreeof alarm than
do the people who have I wen exposed to
PUNCHED WITH A PITCHFORK.
A Desperate Burglar Meets Ills Death in
a Novel Manner.
Pittsburg, Pa , Aug. 21. a special to
The Times from Akron, O., says: lu
Tit I mage township, six miles from this
place, yesterday, a farmer's children play
ing in the barn observed a pile of hay
moving. They called a farm hand to kill
a supposed skunk under the. hay. The
hired man thrust a pitchfork into the hay
and impaled a negro. One of the tines en
tered the negro's eye and reached his brain.
with fatal effects.
He Can Well lie Spared.
The negro was idem i lied as John Will
iams, well known to the police of all
large cities as one of the most dangerous
crooks in the country. Williams had
killed two men and served three terms
in the Ohio penitentiary, from which he
recently escaped after serving over fif
teen years. L pon him was found a load
ed revolver, burglar tools and valuables
recently stolen from residences in the
WAR SHORN OF ITS TERRORS.
A Shell That Will rut a Whole Annv
London, Aug. 21. A doctor Juenemann,
of Vienna, has invented a fluid, the use of
which, he claims, will minimize the hor
rors of war, making it almost bloodless.
The fluid is to lie placed iu a shell, pro
jected iu the ordinary manner, which is so
constructed that it will hurst in falling or
striking any object offering but a slight
resistance The fluid upon Ix ing released
so affects persons inhaling its odor that
they immediately become unconscious,
and remain in that state half an hour or
more. The inventor is endeavoring to ob
tain a test of his in vein ion by the military
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor..
John Evans has nice baled hav for sale
by the ton or car.
No. 1810, 112 and 1614, Third Are.,
Is the cheapest place In the contity to buy Car
riages, Buggies, Paints, Oils, etc.
ia sens of
1200.00 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
renunea iree or cuargs.
E. W. HURST,
Attobkst at Law
Boons I and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
Lloyd & Stewart,
SOCK IHLlAHD, IldL. .
Spring Styles now Beady.
YOU MAY BE THINKING
OF BUYING A HANDSOME "WOOL DRESS.
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
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN I SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THK THE STATU LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from a. m. to 4 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.
K. P. REYNOLDS, Proa. ? C. DENKMANN, Vice Pres. i. M. BUFOBD, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell, B P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crabanek. C. P. Lynde,
i. i. Reimers, L. Simon, K. W. Hnrst, J. M. Bnford.
Jacksoh Jt HcasT, Solicitors.
tWWlll begin business July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynda
until new bank is completed.
A very complete assortment of full seta to choose from, ranging in price
from $9.00 up. Open stock patterns in blue and brown, excellent ware,
also, from which you can make up your lists at prices which will surprise
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW HADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
W thank you sincerely for yoar past f aTora, and here pledge yoa oor best efforts la the
future. Our dealings shall be characterized by promptoeaa and the strictest integrity to
our mutual interest.
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 Ladies and Gentlemen.
g2&Tanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $8.00 (riven away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let oa show yoa the book and
explain how yoa can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CXNTRAL 8HOX STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM 8TRZZT BHOS 8T0RX
139 TUU irau
J 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, 6c and up- Our
10c 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
In every variety, and at reasonable prices. The
beat assortment of table tumblers and sobleis ever
Plenty of them at ten cents.
O. M. LOOS LEY,
China and Glassware, 1609 Second Ave.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
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