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THE HAND THAT RULES THE WORLD
o o ,
THEJRIALTO" IS NO MORE
Georgef Silver, for many years
proprietor ot the notorious
''Rialto," Randolph and Clark
streets, has, qui '
Ko Jonger will the insolent,
sneering countenance of a man
sure of -his, position, through aj
pull such ajg:fewhad, bea featured
or Lhicagcrs night life." Lreorge
having amassed conrsiderabjcfor-
tune, nas aeciaeQ' to quit tned
f rough stuff, as he terms it, and
be good,, '
He has opened a "respectable"
saloon tinder Sehoenhofen's hall,
Milwaukee aad Ashlarid aves.,
which will not-oJTer the same sort
of amusement fo "old sports as
could be had'aWhe Ria-lton joint'
Before going, -Silver indignant
ly denied, thaVhe wasleavjng on
account of the authorities, declar
ing stoutly, "he'likecPthe mayor,
because he "'was HONEST,
TRIED, and. TRUE."
To his ;wfe he assigns the
cause of his reaving. To Mrs.
Silver, we extend thanks.i
- P. S. A v, barber ,' -shop (ana
barbers do tnmminer, toaL,'
6ccupy the "Rialto's" oldtanc
Player-pianos -musthave been
known ages ago, for did not
Shakespeare write "Macbeth
doth murder sleep."