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THE ROCK ISLAND XllGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1890,
Copper, Tin and
PLUMBING, GAS AND
And House Furnishing Goods.
;Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
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without any exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make Hfe-
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KIi;xMiitmentn, in Net it contains more Instruments, Back Ground, Photographic Furniture,
rt. ., than ali the oiher Galleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
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Y Wall Paper Co., ant Kohert Urave A Co.
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ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
JiOHN fe ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Kidney and Liver Pills
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant
They have no equal as a Family
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS, .
1 Druggist, Rock Island.
Sheet Iroa Ml,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
for the following six Unrest Wall Paper
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Art papers. Prices from 10 to 80 per cent
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
FCN ON THE TRACK.
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A Trolling and Pacing Race Fur
An Atttrnaoai of Sport at the Rack la
laaiil Pair Cri-oaada-The Kaeee aa
who lPs Thrn.
There was fun galore at the Rock Is
land fair grounds yesterday afternoon in
pite of the blazing sun and dust-laden
atmosphsre. There were racea on the
A goc d crowd turned out to witness
the mat! lee the spectators being about
equally divided between the three cities.
any Indies grced the occasion with
their presence and smiled on the winninc
horses. Considerable time
"horn" talk around the stables, and in
arrangini the entries. When the slate
was Anally completed tips were freely ex
changed, and one or two bets were regis
terea by the book makers. By unani
mous consent Mr. H. J. Lowrey was
chosen master of ceremonies and
keeper, bile Messrs. Lincoln. Thomas ami
Worley were selected to act as unices.
The drat event of interest was the feat
perform! d by the juiges in gelling? unon
the stand, which was roofless, and the
floor was about nine feet from the ground,
without steps leading thereto. One at
the time they made the ascent, however,
with the assistance of a derrick which
had been thoughtfully borrowed for the
occasion It was a fine looking trio. ren.
resentin,; a good many pounds of solid
avoirdupois, and when they got fairly en
sconced on their elevated perch, they an
nounced that they were ready to dsbs
official judgment on any matters that
might be brought before them.
The oflcial acore card showed the fol
lowiDg uteppers entered in the trotting
race, with position as their names appear:
Gray Dan. e b. bv Hnnkina
Judge Craig, bs, by Robinson.
Jerry B. br g, by Burrail.
Jew!, b , by Velle.
K t, f r ni. . 1. Mm. mnn. ft.. . .
half mile beats, beat 8 in 8.
Dr. Lincoln was elected to act as
starter, a ad he showed his familiarity
with turf affairs in a way that pleased all
concerne d. After several ineffectual at
tempts tre weid was given to a good
start. Grey Dan took the lead and main
tained it all the way around closely fol
lowed by Jerry B , Judge Uraig third and
Jewel fourth. The wire was reached and
around tl ey went again with the excep
tion of Jewel, whose driver seemed to be
the only one that knew the heats were to
be half miles. Around the back stretch
the wind played a tattoo on Burrall's
whiskers, Jerry B. pricked up his
ears at the strange symphony and
commencsd to creep up on the trev
and it wis a fine finish, Jerry B. coming
under the wire a length ahead. A yell
went up from the crowd and Burrail was
congratulated on all sides, but the judges
held that Grey Dan had won the heat in
1:27. the time for the full mile not b
In the Hecond heat Grey Dan took the
lead again, but broke at the first quarter
and Jerry B. took a big lead down the
back stretch and seemed to have a walk
away, but be unfortunately broke and
Judge Criig went under the wire first:
The third and last heat was taken bv
Grey Dan in 1:24, Craig and Jerry both
breaking badly. The summary is as fol
lows: Grey Dan ; 8
Jerrv B 8
Judge Crai- 8 j s
Jewel 4 4 4
Time. l:i7H; 1:34;
THE 6ipE WBEpLEBS.
The pt.cing race was aandwicbed be
tween the trotting hea's, but was a one
sided affair. May Biussom having a soft
thing of k. The following horses started:
Mav Blonom, br m, by Robinson.
Dick, b k by Adam.
Mena, br tn. by Martin.
PlINM fil't ClO t flmt .A IE ... ...... . b. ....
two in three.
After sisveral scores they were sent off.
Blossom immediately shot to the fore and
set the pace, which proved loo fast for
Dick, anc Mt-na couldo't'keep up by run
ning. Tl.e time was 1:23.
The wcond beat was a reiietition of the
first, Blossom winning in 1:23. Al
though eiititled to second money, Adams
failed to t.alute the judges in the last heat
and Martin claimed the money for Mena,
which whs allowed by the judges, al
though she should have been ruled off the
track for running. The summarv is:
May Bloisrm 1 1
A well known horseman has suggested
that another matinee be arranged for
next Saturday afternoon, and that a
larger puise be put up. He thinks a very
exciting rice could be had if the two
winners of yesterday's races would con
test with several other horses of about the
same spet d It is a good idea and. would
serve to increase the interest in racing
circles, w lich has been allowed to lag for
Twelve Moline young men were ar
rested last night for reckless driving.
John Bnrd was fined $15 and costs by
Magistral a Wivill last evening for dis
orderly cenduct, and sent to jail.
Edward Russell, of Beardatown, a
young man, was found in a C, B. & Q.
box car in a wretchedly nick condition
last night, and taken to 8U Luke's hos
pital, lie is evidently suffering with
A snet k thief atole two coats from
Jonaa Be ir's clothing atoxe yesterday af
ternoon by sneaking in the back door
and sold one of them at Busenmiehl's
second-hiJid store for fifty cents, where
Officer Sexton found it. The thief es
The Helen Scbulenburg, Musser and
Stillwatei passed op.
The stage ofj the water is down to 2:70;
The . C. A. Uenkmann and J. 8
KeatOT f ach brought eight strings of
logs. .. . ,
The r lot ana rne. p waljj fe,
s ftu-cfaakJataw.i!a Jwtt?rw'iv
A Vtinii's Dearradatlaa.
A case which has a parallel only in the
twelve year old boy alluded to in the
Abqus a few evenings since as having
been seen intoxicated on the streets of
Rock Island, is presented by Moline. The
Republican describes it :
It is seldom that the Moline police
court is under the painful uecessity of
trying a woman for drunkenness, but such
was the duty of the police magistrate this
morning. A woman on Fourteenth street
was arrested at her home last evening for
being drunk and disorderly, and she was
locked up. Though a woman, she has a
strong appetite for drink which she can't
control, though her husband tried bard to
break her of the disgusting habit of in
dulging in periodical sprees. She is a
One looking woman and it is deplorable
to a degree that she should have let
strong drink get the upper hold on her.
Sbe, however, is more to be pitied than
She pleaded guilty to the charge of be
ing a habitual drunkard, and Magistrate
Kerns sentenced her to the county jail
for six months, but suspended sentence
during good behavior.
Louis Bergstrom, a boy of fourteen
years, who lives with his mother in the
lower end of town, was drowned while
swimming with a number of companions
near the boat yards at 8 o'clock last
evening. This morning the body was
recovered by two boys named Peterson
and Kaniior, who had been dragging the
river for it. Coroner Hawcs held an in
quest, and a jury composed of George
Roth, foreman; Thil Miller.Peter Kahlke,
John Kahlke. Chas. Bladel and Geo.
Long, redered a verdict of accidental
The body of Edward C. Woodward, of
Cordova, was recovered at Port Byron
this morning, and Deputy Coroner Eck
hart has gone up to hold an inquest.
The Fountain in IMaee.
The beautiful Cable memorial fountain
is now in place in Spencer square and has
been subjected to the admiring gaze of
hundreds of people today. Much credit
Is due to Mr. John Lloyd, who superin
tended its erection and to whose skill the
promptness atd excellency with which
it has been put together is due. Com
miasioner Jackson will likely test the
fountain tonight or tomorrow, but the
formal starting of the spray will not be
made until all tbe monuments are in
place, when Mrs. G. A. Castleman, for
merly Miss Lucy Cable, will be invited to
take pare in the ceremony.
Cltt-d to Appear Before Judge Ilra.
A sensation was created at G-tlesburg
yesterday when notice was served on the
mayor, the aldermen, the members of the
board of health and several leading citi
zens to appear before Judge Pleasants at
Rock Island today, to show reason why
they should not be attached for contempt
for disregard of an injunction order re
straining the city from emptying sjw
erHge into Cedar Fork creek.
Word was received this afternoon from
Galesburg that the coming of the de
fendants had been indefinitely postponed.
Fresh blackberries at Truesdale's.
Fresh blackberries this evening at Bar
Closing out sale of straw hats at Llovd
Fresh eating and cooking apples at
Muscatine nutmeg melons at Trues
Rufus, Hatch. Esq., of Chicago, was in
the city this morning.
A new line of vests and flannel shirts
j ist in at Lloyd & Stewart's.
New rugs, carpets and art squares iust
received at Eann & Huckstaedi'a.
Mr. S. C. Taylor and two sons, of Tay
lor Ridge, were in the city today.
Headquarters far fine goods in furni-
tuie and carpets at Clemann & Sals
Wm. Lowe, representing I. Huber.
leaves for Philadelphia tonight on a three
Mrs. J. C. Rasmussen and daughter
Maurine left this morning on a two weeks'
visit to Wintered, Iowa.
Misses Sadie and Eva Conner, of Min
neaoolis, arrived today on a visit to Dr
A. II. McCaDdless.
St. Luke's Hospital Guild will meet at
the residence of Mrs. J. M. BuTord at 10
o'clock Monday moraing.
Mr. Beni. Whitsitt. of Preemption. was
in tbe city today on hie way home from
Chicago.wbere he has been on stock bus
A ball game was nlaved between the
Bluffers and the Victors yesterday, in
which the Victors were defeated by a
score of 82 to 30.
Rev. G. W. Gue left for Peoria this af
ternoon to preach at the funeral. by invila
tion, of his old pariahoner. Mrs Robert
UcBurney, whose death occurred there
The prettiest safety "byke" that has
ever been brought to Rock Island may
be seen in the window at McHugh's
ticket office. It is a Columbian light
Chas. F. Fleming, wife and two chil
dren and Mrs. M. A. Nour&e, of San Jose,
Ual., arrived this morning and are domi
ciled at the Harper for the remainder of
The thirty days' lay off which Postal
Clerk Yore has been enjoying at tbe
camp on Rock riyer with Masters Will
and Add Gest, terminates tomorrow, and
the campers came to town today.
Tbe work of pumping out tbe space
included in the cofferdam at the draw
pier of the Rock Island bridge was near
ly completed at 4 o'clock this morning,
when a portion of the dam gave way and
the water rushed in. Tbe accident will
delay operations about a day .
John Gest, a fireman on engine 82? on
the C, B. & Q., had most of the toes of
tbe left foot badly crushed at Barstow
last evening. He was brought to Rock
Island and conveyed to St. Luke's hoss
pital in the patrol wagon. Drs. Plum
mer and Eyster attended him, tbe com
pany's surgeon. Dr. Truesdale, being ill,
and amputated the small toe entirely and
the large and third toe at the first joint.
Aid. Frank 111 arrived home from Eu
rope last night, his' family, who had been
expecting him on every train since learn
ing of his embarkation and the arrival of
the steamer on which he bad, sailed, be
ing at the depot o welcome him home.
Mr. Ill is very much broken down in
health, and. that be managed to get home
without entire prostration is a surprise.
The famous German springs failed to
give him any relief! although he re
mained there six weeks, bis companions
leaving him there, and be has not seen
them' since: Be ia at nreaent confined trf
aid tnat "mere a no place like home. -
COURTESY SELF TAUGHT.
BILL NYE GIVES POINTERS. ON FU-
NERAL AND OTHER ETIQUETTE.
It la Not the- Proper Thidg to ringr
the Face of the Deceaaod, and aa Hair
Oil Coata Money It's Fooliah to Lubrl
cat the Wall Tapor Therewith.
CopyriKht by Edgar W. Nye. '
A recent work on how to conduct
one's self in good society, has escaped
from the press within the past month.
and is now temporarily engaged in lying
before me. fcivery Little while some self
made man gets a new fountain pen, and
writes a book on how to cormacate in
good form. No one can light up the
gloom of social ignorance like the archi
OOOD READING MATTER IS THE UXINa OP
tect who has carved out his own fortune,
and spattered the gloom and gravy
thereof all along down the corridors of
time. Give me the self poised and self
appointed atudenticket who baa won his
way nnauled from the counting room of
tbe livery 6talle to the proud and dizzy
height of "caller off" at a catch-as-catch-can
and Gnoco-Roman hop for incon
trovertible and seek-no-furthor advice
on how to behave. He ia the man who
generally thinks that a good writer is a
man who has won his fame in that
direction by hia good penmanship. Ho
seema to think that good writing im
plies a feverish and delirious display of
ornamental swans and bad spelling, and
that powerfnl writing ia produced by
bearing on a little harder than ia one's
In short, he is, as a general thing and
by general concession, the ass de luxe of
the century he disfigures, the artificial,
veneered gentleman who, living, lect
ures bis bettors, and dying he and his
whiskers together goes to his reward
just as the odor of scorching woolen
and hot hair dye is wafted to us across
the bonrne of that country where round
trip tickets are unknown and perpetual
stop-over privileges are accorded. In
life he distracts attention from his own
glaring shortages by lecturing others,
and in death he wears a very tooth
some, artificial omile and a costume
which does not extend below the plate
glass peep hole of his narrow house. In
his home paper on the next week ap
pears the following:
I deatre to thank the friends and neighbor
most heartily In this manner for their united aid
and co-operation during the illnesa and death of
my recent husband, who escaped from me : y tba
band of death on Friday last while we were eat
ing breakfast. To the friends, both one and all,
who thus contributed so wUlinirlv toward maUiii
the last moments and funeral of my husband a
howling success. I desire to be remembered most
kindly, hoping that these few lines mav find
them enjoying the same blessing. I bow to the
cruel stroke. I also have a good milch cow and
roan gelding horse rising of eight Tears old
which I will sell cheap on the premises. Ood
moves in a mysterious way hia wonders to pre
form. He plants h is footsteps in the sea and rides
upon the storm. Also a black and white ahote
very low. Yours truly,
"it Hjivnah Roseola Putt.
Much space ia given in this book to
the question whether or not it is good,
form to leave the teaspoon in the enp
whilst encompassing its contents or when
passing it back to get it replenished. It
is the belief anions the old school Pres
byterians and Whigs, I think, that the
spoon should remain in an upright posi
tion in tne cup, whilst the modern or
McKee dynasty holds that the spoon
should be laid in the saucer or concealed
about the person whilst sipping the cof
fee. To this the Calvinistic gentlemen
who Btill adhere to the fly front pants
and infant damnation reply that accord
ing to good usage the laying down of the
spoon implies dissatisfaction with the
hand and a call for a new deal. How
ever this may be, the manual above re
ferred to does not straighten the matter
up at tJl, but says that the author him
self adheres to the custom of leaving the
spoon in the cup. This, I think, will
have a great deal to do with breaking
up the practice.
A gentleman making a formal call in
the morning should retain his hat in his
hand. Ho may safely leave his overcoat
or dog in the hall, but he most retain
his hat, as it means that the call is a
formal one. and not with a view to mat
rimony. The pame of the maker on the
inside of the hat also furnishes good
reading matter when one has said all one
has to say, and is just recovering from
the debilitating effects of a great
thought. Families in deep mourning
should uso black firecrackers on the
Fourth of July as far south as Bluecker
When calling on any one at an hotel,
send np your card and wait for a reply.
If the servant returns with the reply
that the gentleman is not in, do not lose
yonr temper, or throw a rubber cuspi-
dore through the mirror, or say bitter
things, but go on about your business, if
you have any, and. if not, advertise and
get some at once.
Senator Jones, of Nevada, who once
in a great while goes over to San Fran
cisco to buy his groceries for the year,
tops at the Palace hotel while there.
and has a pleasing device for obtaining
rest and soothf ul calm, unbroken by tbe
uncalled for calls of people who wish to,
drop in and expectorate from his win.
dow. He registers, and a room is as
signed to him by the handsome clerk at
the Palace, This number is placed op
posite bis name in tne book. People
come in, take a fresh toothpick, steal a
few matches, scratch the calf of one
limb with tbe shin of the other, look
along down the page deliberately, so aa
to keep paying guests from registering,
and say: "Hello! Jones is here, X will
send my .card np to hi m and, see how he
is behaving himself." The card is taken
np and shoved under the door, for Sena
tor Jones is not in that room. That
room is kept to store cards in. But he
is not in, it. Sometimes ha gets almost
a room full of cards, he says, if he stays
there long enough. He has a better
room, which he occupies. Sometimes a
real friend or constituent calls, and fool
ishly sends up his card to this lay figure
room of Jones', and afterward when
the senator meets him it affords, him a
great deal of pleasure to regret his ab
sence at the time f tbe calL
In andiBgV funeral, and whili
viewing -the remains, do: not lay the:
back? ju land n tfe fawof del
ceased to satisfy ypurfcljthat life is ex
v 1 I II
tinct, unlesshe had called upon yon dur
Do not call upon persons in reduced
circumstances wearing a groat display
or weaitn and ornamentation.
Possibly, on second thought, it would
be bitter not to call upon them at all.
They might shock you by openly indulg
ing themselves in habits of indnstrv.
Dd not make a display of consulting
yonr watch. Especially, if making a
first call on one of the nobility, do not
ostentatiounly open the rear of yonr
watch to show the name of the factory
or the glitter of the works, and do not,
while visiting umong titled people, and
wnuo tno lamuy nro st prayers in the
moruinj, blow a kernel of wheat out of
your key and wind t our watch with a
deafening report. There is nothing that
will tempt a God, fearing duke to come
down from the front steps of the throne
of grace and brain his visitor with a
irozen cucumDer qnicxer than this.
Let U9 at all times try to be respectful to
others, especially if there's monev in it.
If yon are a hostess, and engaged in
enierramuig tne noouity or One Hun
dred and Fif tv-eiffhth street, do not irimn
ud hurriedly and run to the barn th
moment you hear a hen cackle. It is
ruae to your visitor and is an implied
insult to the veracity of the hen.
11 you are a guest at the house of a
neignoor wno nas uorrowed some or your
pie plates for the occasion, do not, in a
fit of rage or despondency over your
failure to converse fluently with the
pastor, call attention to the fact that
these are your pie plates. It is about the
detropptst tmng you could well do.
This season's epitaphs will be briefer
than usual, and run more into plain or
Gothic extended letter. The hand with
forefinger extended upward will not be
used bo much this summer, as in several
instances this style of stone has hereto
fore been upended, or turned end for end
rather, by mischievous people, thus
conveying a different impression on the
public mind from the one intended as to
the general direction taken by deceased.
It is still de rigger to say
Sacred to the Memory of
Mibter FELEO SCHWARTZ,
: Sacred to the Memory of :
i TELEO SCHWARTZ, Esquire.
At least this ia tho custom woct nt
Avenue A, and especially on Seventh
If in making vour first call von do no
on a bicycle do not bring tho instrument
into the hall with you or hold it in yonr
lap whilst calling. You might drop it
ana Dreax it.
Do not caress vour watch chain nr
charms whilst making a party call. You
will be apt to wear the gold off and ex
pose your poverty, which is vulvar. Tin a
politeness consists in deftly concealing
your poverty ana natural born vulgarity
so far as possible.
Do not pick no the wine at tabla 1
carefully scrutinize the label as if you
were a connessurr. when von . rnli-
a common curr. You mav fool the com
pany during two or three courses with
tne luea tnat you are used to wine at
home, but before the pie is reached you
will manaero. no doubt, to advertim fh
fact that you are accustomed to thick
mim rrom a gourd, and not much of
Do not waste tout hair oil on thA xra.ll
paper. Hair oil costs monev. and w
cannot lubricate the future with the
hair oil that is past.
HAIR Oil. COSTS MONEY.
Do not gawp and listen like a bump
on a log while some one is playing at
tne piano. People will think yon came
rrom the country.
If you are a gentleman, and should
the small tag at tho base of your shirt
bosom become detached and protrude
between the waistcoat and pantaloons,
do not lose heart or become needlessly
profane, but either excuse yourself and
reure oeninu tno piano, or bold tne
large family album ia your lap, and
while ostensibly searching the very soul
o? Borne meaty and scared relative's por
trait you can rearrange yourself, mean
time keeping up a perfect gob of persi-
The term Messrs. is getting too com
mon, I think, as a substitute for gentle
men. It ought to go. It doesn't mean
anytfcng, and ought to endear itself to
every one by placing itself on file in
some thrifty oblivion establishment.
De trap is no name for it. Do we say in
making a speech at a dinner, "Mr. Presi
dent and Messrs., I little thought, etc."
Of course not. Do we expect to see the
sign in tho ladies' cabin "Messrs. unac
companied by Mesdames if found in this
cabin will be shot? I hope and trust
There are many other things regard
ing social customs, funeral etiquette,
etc., which this book suggests, and of
which I hope in the future to treat, pro
vided I am not snatched away during tho
Order your ice creams and Ices from
Krell A Math for vour nartiea and tsMti.
tion and then you will be sure to please
tne pai a i oi your guesla.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; clean perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and va
nilla ice cream at Krell ds Math's.
Lloyd & Stewart,
ilK) v J
Spring Styles now Beady.
A GOOD THING TO DO
IS TO TAKE TIME
For example, the present is the time
to forecast the future and plan for get
ting the children supplied with school
clothing. To help you to do that we
place on sale a new case of double fold
dress flannels, all wool, in plain and
mixture. 20 pieces at 25c a yard. .
INITIAL Handkerchiefs are all the
rage. We place on sale a new invoice
in ladies' hemmed stitched initial, all
linen handkerchiefs, letters beautiful
styles. 2So each. You will want some.
UMBRELLAS Our sales of um
brellas have been enormous. From the
quantities sold we judged that we had
about supplied the entire community,
but we are mistaken; the call is for
more, more, more. Here they are:
Another Immense assortment In the
new fall styles of handles, silver, gold,
natural wood inlaid with silver, etc.
More of those gold and silver heads at
98c, $ 1.37, $1-57, made from our cele
brated gloria silk.
I Furniture and Carpet Dealers
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 CKDER THE THE STATU LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a, m. to 4 p. m., and Svtnrday evening, 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. Prea. ? C. DEXKHAXN, Vice Pres. 3. M. BCFORD, Caahier.
P. L. Mitchell. E P. Reynold. F. C. Denkmann. John Crnbaogh. C. V. Lrnde,
1. J. Rcimer. L. Simon. E. W. Hum. J. It. Buford.
Jacasoa A Hcarr, Solicitors.
l"Wni bejrin bnrtne Jnlj 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynda
nntll new bank is completed.
A very complete assortment of full sets 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 yojr lists at prices which will surprise
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank yon sincerely for yonr past favors, and ken pledge yoa oar best effortt la the
f atnrc. Onr dealings shall be characterized by cromptneas and the strictest Integrity to
oar mutual interests.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT, .
No. 1811 and 1813 Second avenue.
BOOTS and SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices ia tne three cities.
- - PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSJTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $6 00 given
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in
explain bow yoa
- .r ,u,... CENTRA!
ELM 8TREET8gOE eTORXy''"
BY THE FORELOCK.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
They don't split, break or splinter.
Have no sharp, knife-like edges to
cut through wearing apparel.
They don't warp, rust or twist
They don't draw lightning.
Are not dangerous to life or limbs,
Are not made up of splinters..
They don't scratch or pierce jraur
They contain no gum to stick and
hold the needle and thread, etc-
Are easily sewed into dress waists
and stays afterwards.
Are the only perfect and realiable
Rock Island. Illinois.
In every variety, and at reasonable prices. Tbe
best assortment of table tumblers and goblets ever
Plenty of them at ten cents.
O. M. LOOSLEY,
China and Glassware, 1609 Second Are.
G. O. HUCK3TAEDT
away to each customer baying $25.00
and let ua show yoa the book and
can get it free.
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