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THE ROCK ISIiAND ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1890.
To thoroughly advertise the) faot
,h,t wo have just received the Urgest
ml best selection of New Millinary in
This section, we have placed jn sale
pommwicine Monday a. n. 16 dozen
Nellie Bly caps, black only, at 18c a
1,l?Keme!nber, only 16 dozen and only
ISo These will oover only 192 heads,
nh's;.no more; call early; all sizes,
l;irtr :nd small.
18c, 18c. 18c.
And to still further emphasize the
same fact we will place on sale 10 doz
en Black Birds at 25c each. Birds are
more fashionable this season than ever
beiore for both hat and bonnet trimming-
At the same time we have submited
20 other bargains in our Millinery de-
p irtnient, equally striking.
A bic lot of new Stockinet Jackets
1-00. $475, the best values so far this season. Also a new lot of very
stylish Cloth Jackets which we have opened on Monday.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Hecond Avknub.
If is been creiited among the ladies since
tii,. receipt of those elegint work and
,'i-i baskets. Tbey are of I ml inn man
ufK'ture, and as the product is very
limited it is doubtful if we will Lave any
nvre this season. Call and mike your
'eetions or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habpkr House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
FCOT-TTST & ADLEIi
-Removed to 219 Seventeenth Stieet-
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
irish Cough Syrupt
Acts quickly, is perfectly .afe and never faila to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT 10c ?5c and BotUe"
Medicine known for all Kidney. Low? and Stomach trouble.. ia
Thomas' KidnWaad Liver Pills.
f it 819 Twenty-first St. Yard near 8t. cp?r,
r Rock Island, 111.
jraianed for any kind of
PORTTERS. CURTAINS AND
Irish Points, Nottingham Lace by
the yard or pairs. Silk and other Dra
peries all arriving. Every train brings
us new bargains, which we are work
ing night and day to get marked and
ready tor sale.
1000 dozen Handkerchiefs, over
1 000 pairs of Hose, and hundreds of
dozens of Underwear stacked up in
our receiving room,' and we are making
every possible effort to get them all in
shape for a tremendous big business
14 Dray loads on Saturday repre
senting nearly ten tons of fresh bar
gains with 15 tons received earlier in
the week. Many more goods by ex-
press-none so far by the Hennepin
received on Saturday at $2 87.
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, Riass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window, shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
Tile or Brick In th. market. Laying ofbric
A SIR KHIGBT'S FUNERAL.
P. C. Evans Buried With Masonry's
I ighest Honors.
presslve Kervleea at the Temple
Yeaterdnj- Afteraaon Tne. Flaral
The remains of Sir Knight F. C. Evans
arrived from Brooklyn, Iowa, yesterday
morning and were met at the Rock Isl
and depot ty twelve Kaights of Everts
Commandery, K. T., and accompanied to
Masonic temple, where they lay in state
until 2:30 in the afternoon, when the ser
vices took place. The body was accom
panied by the widow and children and by
escort of nine members of the Masonic
fraternity cf Brooklyn. Thev were
Messrs. M. V. T. Scott. II. H. Rtert J.
Mousley. E. II. 8kinner, I.Coleman,
J. Kilmer. J. A. FlaicV. Geo. Phillips.
and A. Baur.
Tbefunernl ceremonies were in accord
ance With the ritiml of thn nrtfor nf
nights Templar and were very imposing.
The Sir Knights of Everts Commandery
and a number of Knights of St. Simon of
Cyrene, of Iavenport. together with the
ue lodges of Masonry sat in the form of
triangle, the casket resting in the center
of a smaller triangle. The friends occu
pied seats in the circle about the room.
The services were conducted bv Capt.
M. Monti-ornery, E. C, Rev. R. F.
Sweet, prelate, and R. C. Willerton, re
corder of Everts Commandery, Capt. II.
Cleaveland, P. C, acting as captain
general. The pall bearers were Sir
nights Uenry Carse, James C.irl, W. T .
Magill. H. P. Hull. J. J. Reimers and
The flora! tributes were profuse and
eluded some very handsome and elab
orate designs, a locomotive complete ap
pearing among the others. This was from
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
and was one of the most magnificent
floral pieces lhat has ever been brought to
The Knights and Masons escorted the
body to the corner of Eleventh street and
Seventh avenue, where they took cars for
the cemetery, arriving at Chippiaonock
in advance of the cortege and forming a
triangle about the grave. The Knights
Templar services were first conducted,
and then the blue lodge Masons took
charge of the body and concluded the
Mr. Cable and the Canal.
The Uniot says that "Jason's" hot shot
carried consternation into the ranks of
the local de nocracy. "Jason'' is the as
sumed nam; of some one who recently
wrote a letter to the Union stating that
Mr. Cable v as opposed to the Hennepin
canal. Ho endeavored to make this
statement stronger by intimating that he
had worked in the family or with the
family and that he had heard the matter
It is an eisy matter to tell a lie. It is
generally an easy matter to publish it. No
one should be ashamed to tell the truth
when necessity demands it. If what
Jason" h id said was true, he . should
have been manly enough to sign his name
to what he had written. By not doing so
he makes himself out to be untruthful,
disreputable and would ordinarily be un
worthy of serious consideration. He
could as eisily and with as much truth
have said ttiat Mr. Cable was a member
of a gang c f thieves or he could have laid
at bis door any disreputable action . In
the latter case, of course, he would be
amenable to the law; in the present case
he evades the statute, ne is not, how
ever, less c jlpable, contemptible and lack
ing in every principle of honor. He must
daily find new excuses for his own exist
Mr. Cab'e's published letter states that
he is heartily in favor of the Hennepin
canal. Ho repeatedly urges reasons why
it should te constructed. What could be
the motive of Mr. Cable's opposition to
the buildiiig of this canal? All sane men
have a taetiye for. their actions. In
whatever way the canal would benefit
Rock Island would Mr. Cable be not
benefitted as well? Are his interests
here not to be considered? Where
can be found the motive for any oppo
sition on bis part? There is none.
Mr. Cal 1c emphatically states that in
his home nor anywhere else has
he ever spoken against the Hen
nepin canitl. The reason was wanting for
doing so in the first place, but apart from
that no word or thought has ever come
from him in opposition
Here is the word of Mr. Cable himself
uttered in public and private, showing his
wishes and intentions regarding this ques
tion . It is the word of a man of stand
ing in the community, a man whose
word has never been questioned. Who
is his traducer? A nameless contributor
who permits his maddened zeal to over
ride his weakened judgment. Some'
body who flares not make the accusation
over bis own name. A tool in the hands
of a des(erate few who will stop at noth
ing that a temporary success may be
gained. This is the being who would do
Mr. Cable an injury by stabbing him in
the back and who would gloatover blood
stained l ands so long as a service could
be done for those who hired bim
The aider and a be' tor is as guilty as the
The Ravenna brought down sixteen
strings i.f logs.
The inner fllle came down with eight
strings nf logs and two of iuffib;
The I "Hot, Irene V and Verne Swain
came down and put back up stream.
The Mage ot the wat was 3:05 at
noon; t ie temperature on the bridge 60
The Josephine went north Thursday
morninc to lay np for the winter at Du
buque. She has not had a very success
ful aeastm on the river. After spending
the early part of the summer on the Illi
nois river, she came to Clinton for a while
amUfcfiawentup to St. Paul. The nn-
tortunsie drowning u.wwr u
renin in July. P"ed tte excursion bus-
inpss U ere auu ..,.
'J?.,!!.. TiwRdav she waaat the Daven-
ynti nr carnival, and now ia departed
on the last trip
of the year. Clinton
(at ta the Fair.
Supt. H. B. Sudlow. of the R I. & P.,
appreciates efficiency and merit in a con
stabulary way. He not only likes to have
good men for police duty when he needs
them, but likes to see them. too. Last
year he left the matter of providing spec
ial police for his depot and gates at the
Peoria fair to the municipal authorities of
Peoria and they provided bim with a gang
of unreliable men without discipline, ex
perience or uniform and tbey were
about as much service as so many
wooden men. Consequently this " year
Mr. Sudlow decided to insure bet
ter police service, and he asked Marshal
Miller for three of his men, and the Mar
shal, with the mayor's permission, deles
gated Deputy Marshal Long and Officers
Sexton and Hetter to fill the honors, and
they went down on this afternoon's train
with complete uniform, battons and other
insignia of office, and in readiness to
strike terror to all the hoodlums and law
breakers that invade Peoria this week,
at a glance. Chicago will send down ten
stalwartaof the regular force for the seme
Marshal Miller baa appointed Messrs.
Louis Ohlweiler and Alf. Coyne tempo
rary policemen in the absence of the
regular men who will be obliged to pay
Brain, Not t'loihea.
The Hancock county Pilot says: When
confronted with the queston. what has
Mr. Gest done for the Eleventh district
while in congress, the republican organs
of this district set up the silly and eva
sive howl that "Ben Cable is a dude and
has a barrel of money I" In order to get
a single reason for returning Mr. Gest, we
admit that Mr. Cable has through legiti
mate business transactions, acquired a
competence which he bae expended in
travel abroad, educating himself and col
lecting a library, but that he does not
part his hair in the middle and wear a
lawn tennis sash, they retort that "Ben
Cable has bought a ten dollar suit of
clothes and is running around to the
country fairs trying to palm himself oS as
"common feller." Gentlemen, this is
all child's play; if Mr. Gest has any abil
ity as a congressman, he has had ample
time to show it. If Mr. Cable has not the
intelligence, social or moral ability to
represent this district, in the national
legislature, prove it. He has slated his
views on the questions now before the
people in the public prints; criticize
them. It is brains, not clothes, that make
Since the burial of Mrs. Sjphia Nelson
on the 23d ult. some of the people in the
neighborhood in which she resided in the
lower part of thecity have been spreading
a report that the appearance of the body
after being placed in the coffin was such
as to cause the belief that she was not
dead and these reports of awful pos
sibilities having reached the ears of the
husband, he on Saturday eyening drove
out to Chippiaonock in company with
Dr. Plummer and Undertaker Knox and
had his wife's remains disinterred. The
body was found not only in the same posi
tion as when placed in the coffin, but was
in an advanced state of decomposition.
Mrs. Nelson died suddenly nf a congestive
chill on the morning of the 21st, and the
following afternoon was buried. She
had been suffering from malarial fever for
some time and bad just returned to the
city after a visit to New Windsor when
she was seized with the chill and expired.
After death her face was discolored and
Mr. Knox applied a solution which not
only removed it, but brought out a somes
what flushed appearance. This started
the groundless rumors which have now
been effectually sot at rest.
In tbe circuit court this afternoon
Judge Smith is hearing motions and mak
ing entries upon the same. In relation
to the McEniry case against the city.
Judge Smith advised both sides to let the
case go to a higher court where the intri
cate questions of law involved may be
passed upon and settled. He took a mo
tion for a new trial under consideration
until tomorrow morning.
There is a contest going on in the
county court over tbe will of the late Dr.
Fleming, of Port Byron. The will was
drawn in February last and was witnessed
by C. L. Ilolmrt and John Schafer, Jr.
Mr. Fleming willed a quarter section of
land to bis son, Wilson Fleming, of
Chicago, and the remainder of "the estate
valued at $40,000 goes to tbe widow, the
second wife of tbe deceased without re'
striction. The son, whose portion
amounts to about $S,0O0, is contesting
on the ground that bis father was not of
sound mind at tbe time the will was
made. Mr, Wo. Jackson appears for the
contestant, and Sweeney ( Walker for
A Faar Dial Electric Clark.
Tbe A root announced some time ago
that tbe improvements ot tbe Jack fountain
In Market Square would include a clock
in tbe cupola. Today Mr. Jacob Ramscr,
the jeweler, stated his intention of put
ting in a 200 electric clock with four
dials. This will be a great ornament to
this part of town, and thus does the work
of public improvement go on. To Mr.
M. M. Briggs, who fathered and ba
worked up all the plans for the putting
of this fountain in first-class condition.
is due much credit. He has shown his
public spirit in a manner that all will ap?
Haaera to J ah a Ohlweiler.
At a meeting this morning of the execu
tive Committee of the democratic county
committee, Mr. John Ohlweiler was unan
imously elected chairman. This action
was necessitated by tbe continued illness
of Sheriff Silvia as chairman V the count j
committee, who however, retains hia posi
tion as the bead of tho count-c0,nmit,
Author: Mr. Director, may I ask as to
what the committee think -of my -drama?
I la perhaps accepted. "The tbrte mem
bers of the reading committee wen ef the
opinion that one ot the three cjrSt
to ne trocx oni. rnu eaca wanpu yj.Cut i
out different one." J
A CLOSE CALL.
Miss Tillie Bernke's Narrow Es
cape From Death.
She Careteaaly Haadlea a Loaded Re.
volver and la Hhot la the Seek, bat
Happily the Veah la not Penetrated.
Miss Tillie Bernke, living on Moline
avenue near Twenty-seventh street had
an exceedingly narrow escape from being
the victim of an accidental tragedy yester
day afternoon. A male boarder in the
bouse had laid a revolver on a table at
which Miss Bernke was working and out
of mere curiosity she picked the danger
ous weapon up and wss examining it
when of a sudden it went off. The bul
let from a twenty-two calibre struck her
In tbe neck entering the skin on the left
side but not imbedding itself in tbe flesh.
It simply grazed the fleshy part, but
left a crimBon trail which caused great
alarm among those who were attracted by
the young lady's screams. Dr. B irth was
Biimmoned and found tbe bullet had not
penetrated the flesh though it had come
in such contact with the cords of tho neck
as to cause stiffening and swelling, tint
he does not think the injuries of a very
STRUCK IN THE HEAD BT A CAR.
F. H. Clark, a switchman in the R- I.
& P. yards, met with a peculiar accident
yesterday and it is surprising that the re
sults were not more serious than tbey
proved to be. ne was bending over a
switch removing a switch pin when a
moving freight car, which fortunately
was not going fast, struck bim in the
bead and knocked bim almost senseless.
As good fortune had it, he fell outside
tbe track, where he was quickly picked
up and Dr. C. B. Kinyon summoned to
attend him. A deep ugly scalp wound
was found on the top of tbe head and a
large artery severed from which tbe blood
flowed copiously. A few stitches sufficed
to close tbe wound, and while tbe patient
will be laid up for a while, the injuries
are not regarded by Dr. Kinyon as tx
treme'y serious. Mr. Clark lives on
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Free have a little
son very ill with lung fever.
Wall paper very cheap at Geo. Sut
cliffe's, 1431 Second avenue.
Send your friends to Krell fc Math's
for a dish or can of frceh oysters.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
Tbe attention of tbe public is called to
the advertisement of May's grocery which
appears on this page.
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Now is your time to buy your wall
paper cheap. Seo. Sutclifft) will sell it
at cost and below in order to reduce
Mrs. Erasmus Nagle and Ralph Hib
baad arrived from Cheyenne,- Wyom.,
Saturday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Tbe ball at Armory ball Saturday night
was attended by fifty couple. Bleuer's
orchestra furnished music and all en
A meeting is to be held at the Baptist
church this evenibg to make arrange
meuts foj the coming of Francis Murphy,
(the great gospel temperance lecturer.
Engineer Hodgdon, of the C, R. I. &
P., brought in a solid train of seventeen
cars of tea from the west this morning
bound from China via Frisco for New
Bear in mind we do not quit making ice
cream when cold weather sets in. and you
can 'get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather, Hemember Kiell Jfc Math s and
get the best.
Mr- and Mrs. John M. Anderson lost
their little son, John Paul, at 4:30 Satur
day afternoon, of congestion of the brain.
He was aged 14 months and 10 days.
The funeral occurred today.
H. K. lgienari & uo., nave received: a
contract from Mitchell fc Lynde to lay a
walk of Bedford stone on tbe three sides
of the handsome new bank building being
erected on Second avenue and Seven
teenth and West Seventeenth streets.
A couple of Moline young men driving
a livery rig owned by Levi Cralle of that
city, had a runaway and a smash-up on
tbe island last night. Ho dam ape was
done except to tbe buggy .and it will have
to go into tbe shop for a while.
Conductor A. H. Pollard won the suit
of clothes in Hoppe's unique drawing
Saturday night. His number was 24
Already nearly all the numbers have been
bought for the next drawing in this novel
Geo. Sutciiffe will commencing this
morning give the public a chance fen buy
wall paper cheaper than has ever been
offered by any other house in the north
west and will continue to do so until
about one half his large stock in disposed
Tbe R. L & P. offers free transporta
tion to all bands participating in tbe band
concert at Peoria this week. All that is
required ia that the banda go in uniform
are entered In tbe contest and go aod re
turn as hands. Tbe musicians will not be
passed as individuals.
Col. J. M. Wbittemore, commandant at
Rock Island arsenal, left Saturday for
Washington'' in response to a telegram
summoning him to act upon a board of
examination of Lieut. Col. D. W. Flag
ler for promotion to the rank of colonel .
There will he services at tbe South Park
chapel tomorrow evening, when Rev. WJ
8. Marquis will preach. The concert on
Friday evening for tbe benefit of the
chapel will be given in tbe lecture room
of tbe Broadway instead of tbe chapel as
Tbe clerks of Rock Island and Daven
port bad a largely attended meeting
across tbe river yesterday and appointed
committees to lay their aims befere the
Business Men's associations and labor or
ionizations of the two cities and urge co
operation in the endeayor t iwoure tbe
closing nf stores on Sundays and at 6
o'clock on all evenings of the week ex
Down Oj Prices.
To reduce my immense stock of wall
paper I wilt commence on Monday morn
ing to offer to tbe public grander bar
gains than have ever been known in the
wall paper trade. My goods are all of
tbe -latest pattern and one can feel as
-fnred tint I will not sell any poor goods.
but iSS",. 80,(1 eTerT aJ ,n 166
them .t. " tf S"' ,
... a- fvenue. Rock Island
sake any motions at tbe
He made a great
not exactly motions
Crroeerieaat Prleea That Are Hareta
May, the indefatigable worker and dis
penser of low prices in groceries, is again
to tbe front as the following orlces tell.
He still keeps tbe lead with tbe best and
lowest prices. Just read what cash will
14 Ins. granulated sugar for $1.
15 lbs. extra "C sugar $1.
4 lbs. masted golden rio coffee. SI.
4 lbs. Christy's celebrated oyster crack
7 dozen clothes pins, 10c.
7 bare '"Our Pearl Soap," 25c.
May's patent flour, only $1.45 per sack.
St. Louis fancy flour, $1 30 per sack.
Archer's corn, only 10c per can.
Royal tomatoes, only 10c per can.
Mustard sardines, only 10c per can.
Best cider vinegar. 15c per gallon.
You can save from 15 to 20 per cent
by buying at May's grocery, 1620 Second
BOCK ISLAND & PEORIA. RAILWAY.
0 je Far tor the Hound Trip en Aee ant of in
State Fair Special Trains.
Fare Jo Peoria and return $2 75 on acs
count of the state fair. Sept. 27th and
Oct. 3d. Special trains on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 1st, 2 1 and
31. Leave Rofk Inland at 6:15 a in ; re
turning leave Peoria at 6 p. m , airiviog
in Rock Inland at 9:35 p. m. Regular
trains leave Rock Island at 8:15 a m. and
2.20 p. m. Tickets good on all trains.
Depot foot of Twentieth street
F. n. Rockwell, Agent.
Three Harvest Excnniom.
The Burlington Route, C. B. & Q. R.
R., will sell from principal stations on its
lines, on Tuesday, September 9 and 23,
and October 14, harvest excursion tickets
at half rates to points in the farming re
gions of tbe west, southwest and north
west. For tickets and further informa
tion concerning these excursions, call on
your nearest C-, B. & Q. ticket agent, or
address P. S. Eusti6, Gen'l. Pass, and
Ticket Agent, Chicago, III.
Tbe Great Benefit
Which people in run down state of health
derive from Hood's Sarsaparilla. conclu
sively proves that this medicine "makes
the webk strong." It does not '.ct like a
stimulant, imparting fictitious trengtb,
but Hood's Ssrsaparilla builds up in a
perfectly natural way all tbe weakened
parts, purifies the blood, and t-'sists to
healthy action those important organs,
the kidney and liver.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
First class tailors wanted; union or
non-union by F. C. Hoppe.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davtcport.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets juat received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
enport. Go to C. F. Adams Home-Furnishing
House, Davenport, for sidebosrds, ta
bles, book cases, chairs, parlor suits
The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
tbe best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
The finest assortment as well as the
largest, of chenile and lace curtains.
Silk curtains at The Adams' 322 Brady
Bed Room Suits. We can save you
10 to 15 per cent on these goods and give
credit when desired. The Adams 822
Brady street, Davenport.
Concert and dancing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Hu
ber's garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in the week except Saturday
the garden is to let
Look over our fall stock of carpets be
fore purchasing. We can save you
money besides showing you the latest
patterns. The Adams 322 Brady street,
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Hard foal Market.
Best quality Anthracite coal, all sizes,
$7.25 per ton, screened and delivered.
25c per ton discount for cash. Cannel
coal for grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal-always on hand.
E. G. Frazer.
No. tmn. 1K12 end 1814, Third Are.,
, If tbe rheappat plare In the eonnty to boy Chr
riagea, BuRries, Pkints, (Hie, etc.
1 emu or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interact T per cent eemi aonoally. collected an4
remitted free of cbarfra.
. EL'W. HURST,
Attoritky at Lav
Booms I and 4 Maaoirie Tempi,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Samrflay, Aug. 3090.
Lloyd & Stewart,
We call attention to the following
desirable and seasonable things.
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS
CHENILLE Table Spreads, 'small
and large, in beautiful shadings.
BLANKETS, White. Scaflet, Grey
at 5 cents a yard.
Tlock Island, Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth 8treet,
INCORPORATED CNDER THE THE STATS LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open dailj from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m, and Sntnrday erenings 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. DRXKMANN, Tice-Pre. i. M. BCFOKO, Cub i sr.
P. L. Kitchell, E P. Reynold. P. C. Denkmvin. John Crnhnart. C. F. Lynde,
J. J. Reimtn. L. Simon. E. W. Hunt, J. M. Baford.
Japkror A Hcmt, Solicitors.
9' ill boein bainef t Jalj 8, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynda
until new bank it completed.
1609 Second Ave.
CorvaiGHT nv J. Call h ax. 1S89.
Select ten letter which will form the name of a
city and the atate wherein located. -
ISTl IDMITI ID
1 u w 1 11 mi
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND "WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank yon aincenrij for yoar paat farort, aod here pledge 70a ear hert effort la the
fotura. Our dealinfra ahall be characterised by promptseaa and the strictest Integrity ta
out Mutual intereMa.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1813 Second arenue.
Hakes Shoes look new. Soften
Leather. We recommend it .
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
2929 Fifth Arenue,
' Reynold" Block.
In a large variety of fabrics and de
signs suitable for Sash and fall length
Curtains. - .,
FAWN FLAN NEL3, suitableMbr
and stacks of Goods that we want yon
to see but can't mention this time-
It IS Puzzling,
almost always, to know just
what to choose when we
want to make presents.
But it isn't nearly so much
of a puzzle when you are in
a china store. If you will
call at mine, perhaps you
will agree with me.
I will make a present of a
colored glass shaker salt to
the first three persons who
call with the name of the
city in this pvzzle.
G. II. LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Are.
G. O. IIUCK3TA.KDT
1 un ll 1
Have you seen Schneider's
Men's Calf Shoes?
If not, call and acts iLjm,. and be con
vinced that arc beat all com
FIT AND PRICX.
Our Men'a S!io can't be beat.
We are Leaden in
at lowest price. All we ak
U a trial
1818 Second Avenue,
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