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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1894.
Herniating am 40 Million Dollars
cf Cash anecU
Tire Llfo. Tornado.
Bnaels of barviyship
Orrii'a BaoKiwm'e bloc Bock Iilut, lUs.
S-Sr8Kra m rales: ibej rtU tnwraat you-
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
ala Pit ad Tnas-trtwe Cma pallia
Lczzzz Frsmptlv Paid.
aa hut aa any reliable rmnaiy cm aJncs
Toot ratronwa la so'.lrttsd.
STATE SAVINGS BAUK.
SollB A, 111.
UOk. Cereal !Ttnci KM and Third At
CAFXTAI 8 1 CO.000.CO.
taerecu Ui Moltxe Savlzci baas. Ortrsrdaed IStt
J utm isTEtm fiucs ttrosns.
Orf-adaed mder ttuuc Laws.
Opaa fn.ro I a. t. to 1 1 flu and Wectieaday
ftaunuy aiffkn from to Spa
Fnrran Mmu, - . Pn!4er.i
It. A. , Amwmiri. - . Vlea-lnvldnt
J. I. Hasan!, ... caraicr
f-rirtflf inunr, W, W. Wslla,
IS. A. K, H. A. Air. worth,
Ci.it. Slwr,l, W. H. Adams,
Andrew rrlw . c. r. nmun;.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
kid Sot nrv parties !o ths cardan
s;wt of in ( by too
Orchard State Bank
of OkCtLABD, SKbEiEEA.
A. W. Dajrr, rwldct.L
J. 8. Dat Cashier.
Vtirhall A Lndt. Backers.
J. f. Kobtnaun, Caaalar Bock Iilacd Justices!
C. C. Carur, M . D.
Yiuory iMrt'a Sou, Wholaaalc Gro era.
OnrMpoadme nih-.iUMj .
Wines and Liquors.
Kit and HIS Third Ave
TUSESn BATE BDOIIS
Bath of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, eloc
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
b obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper llonse.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
23 tu. on week day For Gen.
tluaien From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. ta. to 9 p. m.
on week dare On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Kloctrlo and Electro-thermal
hatha mar be obtained at any
time during business honrs.
Gymnasium connected with bath
John Voile 3c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Bldiof, ricorins, Ws!aaoata
lata street, tot ilk aal IU ara
Wteloaaia Ovaiar and Importer of
ilr. j. IT. JfwrpAy
Crand Results from Taking
Broken Down System Thoroughly
"CI. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. :
" Gentlemen : I take great pleasure n id ris
ing jtoq ot my cure by Hood's Karaaparllla and
gladly recommend it to all suffering as I have
been. My system became, thoroughly deranged
and life seemed little else tut a burden. I was
very bilious and my kidneys and liver were out
of ordrr. I had rio ai.jetit and seldom ate any
breakfast. I had Liken tonics and had been
treau-d by different bhyslriaus hut with Uttle or
no success and had cccomo quite disheartened,
fearing my case was
Beyond Human Aid.
Through a friend's advice, as a last resort I In
vested la two bottles of flood's Sarsaparilla and
wasto well pleased at my improvement I soon
afterwards wenred four additional bottle and
jm now feellne ns well ss 1 ever did." J. H.
Wi-nrnv, Hcgewisrh, Illinois.
Mood's Pills cure Constipation bv restor-
tn the peruulUc action of the alimentary
a. O. OOBKBU.T.
a. o. ooau.T.
Connelly & Ccnielly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second floor, over Mitchell A Lvtde's
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
nmee la Rock blaad National Bank hnildin?.
a. o. swiKnr. c. l. walksh.
Swoenry & "Walker,
Attorneys and Coanccllors at Law.
OfEca In Bcniiton's H'ork.
Charlos J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Li-pa! btn-tjiena of all k:nda promptly a;trid!d
tn, grate's Attorney of Kock 1-Und county.
OXce, I-oetoace Black.
Mc32niry & ilcEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan morpy on good evcarity; maae collee
tlona. Keftrence, Mitchell A Lmda, backers.
Ofico, Postoffl a Block.
Lr. R. Jay,
('See at Staaajcn'a Uvcry stable. Tokjbonc
Physician and Surgeon.
1134, Third Avenne. Telepbooe, 1170. Office
fjonra : 1 to 4 p. m- and at clbt.
i. a. souoncn, a. s.
. a. babtb, a, d
Drs. Banh Ac Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Kcsideocc m Siat at.
Or, Bvtb I Dr. Hoilewia.h
to V a. , I m v U a. m.
1 to t and 7 vi k m. I S to S and t. r . au
Dr. Cfcas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wnl'.uker Block, auathweat corner
Third and Brady rlreets, liaienpurt. Iowa
Idxima 17 and 18. Honra: 9 toll a. m.,1 U4 . m.
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
OHura fur patent draalng. Boom ITMCi
Ed-nari L. Ham matt,
Offlor. Koom 41. MttchtH A Lynda Building.
Geo. P. Staud'ohar.
Plana and anperlntutideT'eo for all else of
Bulldtags. Itoum K and 65, Mitchell A i.ynde
DUlKIlDir. UK, CieTSb.T.
W. A. Darling,
Bnford Block, over Klnashurr'a atora.
H. 11. Pearce,
Rooms aad 81 in MitcheU k Lynde's
Balldlng. Take elevator.
fliwn ill m Wnw kMk.lllaHmMa Irmm
HSi(MaiiavlwndJiwlrauiU i nr---r
cooa akaEut cu. ciuiaa sb.
OWENS IS THE MAN.
Old Ashland, Ky., District Vin
dicates Its Honor
A4i) EETIKES A SOILED STATESMAN.
The Diatrtct Has a Close Call, However,
and the Plurality Agaiiwt Breckinridge
Will Hardl Reach 30O-Intnae Excite
ment IHtrlng the FWllon, Whlrh 1 Worn
ty the Women, Who Conld Only Plead
and Pray -Talk or a Conteat.
Lkxitotox. Ky., S -pt. J7. The most re
mnrkable political campnin on ircord is
closed. The result is in the ballot boxes
of the primnries, hut at thin honr the only
thing that is known is that Brcckenriilge
is a beatrh man, so far as the votes go.
Tbe Owens men claim his election by
410 plurality now instead of the 1,300 to
l,5C0 they were sure of twenty-four hours
ngo; while the Ureckinriilge men, admit
ting .lefctt, will not concede over 170.
There is tulk cf a contested election, but
liretkinritle declines to talk, although
le is leported to have said when it began
to l- evident that iio was beaten that
Owens would have no more loyal sun
potter tluin himself (Hrtckitiridge.)
The ngiretion of Cuutest.
Irei.kiiirtd(:e men at rrankfort still
claim the liomitiatiin of liteckinriiie
by a ssiiill pUiraUty. Ti:cre U some talk,
however, ererywheiv, of a contest before
the district com:n:tt?e, nnd they bitsa
their hope oftmros on tl fuet that the
Oweus county v,.:o f.-Ji cfl 5-0 from lust
fall. Chnirm tu tj.-iineo, of the Urcckin
ridse commit t here, cam ta Irxiuc;to:i
tocn?uit wi:h the party lenders her.
The t fUcial count is ,T.ii:i on at Frank
fort today :ttid ns a m; jirrity of the
election cuinmittet. favors D.ekiurida
it is expected that advantage will betaken
of everj cotitested vote to eat the colonel,
l.i.shop Duucua iun prnYer bi'fire the
Methodist conference hem thank-jj (iod
thaa the right had been upheld in putting
dowu had lueu who aspired to public of
fice. liow the Count lea Were Curried.
The returns to the present hour show
that the counties were carried ns follows:
Owens ieott, Woodford. Fraukliu, Old
bam; llreckicride liourion, Fayette,
Henry; Settle Owen., his own county. V.
C. Owens, tha winnitig candidate, is a
prominent man in his party, and a native
of cott county, where he has lived all his
life. He is 44 years old and unmarried.
He is a graduate of Columbia college law
school, of l7i Two years later he besan
his political career in a successful race for
county attorney of tcott county. He re
signed this cilice, ami was seat to the
legislature fur live consecutive t-.Tins. He
was one of the most influential members
Of the house and was speaker nt the ses
sion of IbSl-lsSi He wi's D m.icratic
elector for his restrict in ), and a dele
gate from the stata at large to the D.-luo-cratic
convention at Chicago in 1SU3. he
ing chosen ten.porary chairuiau of that
bivly. He first ran for coanress atjaiust
Joseph C. S. lllackborn in lsKi.
Itlnods Konniug Oncus lladgea.
The tulk of a contest has received a
backset, and one notable indication there
of is the dolBug of llrjctiuridgo badges
uud donning ot Owens badnes by the most
ardeut youna bloods who supported
Bieckinridge throughout the campaign
with their money and their personal
services. These men say that they went
t the election believing thnt every voter
nt the primaries was morally bound to
support the nominee. Now that their
favorite, for whom they fouirht. so valiant
ly, seems to have suffered defeat they feel
in honor bound to support bis opponent.
They seem to acquiesce ia the inevitable
Ife-sha Itoean't Give It l"p Yet.
At 10 o'clock last uight Desha Breckin
ridge said he was confident of his father's
election. Said be: ''l cannot give out a
statement by counties, but our latent re
ports re.! lice Oweu's plurality to HI. I
am sure the count will be given us by tbe
district committee when it meets. If it
does not I am not prepared to say what
will follow, niny be a contest."
WOMAN THE CAUSE OF HIS FALL.
Lailiea All Over the llttirt Prayed and
Worked for Willie's lirfrnt.
Xo election or.otber occasion ever caused
such a general suspension of business and
daily duties as this contest. The district
is the S -veath, but is better known as the
"Ashland." For mouths it has been alire
with the most bitter personal agitation.
It was not a political, not eveu a factional,
fight. It was a moral contest, and during
the latt few days it became intensely
personal, so much so that the nomination
was tiot the ouly issue. Colonel Breckin
ridge was fighting for life, and he never
before made such speeches or diplaved
such executive ability in organization. lie
inarsbuJled every man he could coniniund,
but he could not com maud tbe women.
They had no Totes, but they were the
controlling elemeut in the fight.
At the Owens headquarters they say in
their rejoicing: "The ladies did it " The
ladies could not get ward workers to their
prayer or other meetings, but their organ
ization of committees of one generally got
promises at home out of voters who need
ed no watching ou entering the booths.
With the saloons closed, the women pray
ing and the best influences all aroused
there was a tolerably quiet election, with
excitement and bitter feeling it their
highest pitch. The greatest ur f
the day was tbe good order everj re.
There were some personal encoonAev. but
cot ns many as usual at closely cosAested
elections. There was, however, great pre
cautions takeu to prevent trouble.
O il frieud and neighbors had been hav
ing their inning and they wanted only
the voting. If tbe Breckinridge men had
enforced their challenge rule strictly as
tbey had expected there would have been
trouble. Ijo closely bad the canvassing
and polling been done that the challengers
knew hour almost all tha Democrats
stood, and tbey could have kept many
from vutiug. But the Owens men pro
cured an injunction frcm court restrain
ing the enforcement of the rule, aud little
attempt was made to carry out the
instructions of the district committee.
The absence of serious trouble was the
result probably of the fact that every oue
knew that if trou bio did begin it would
be very serious; therefore everybody was
cn guard to prevent a beginuiug. But
there were a few outbreaks in some of
which deadly weapans were used. During
the afternoon of tbe election Desha
Breckinridge, the colonel's son. was
passing precinct D voting booth whtsu he
saw J. Walker Peak, a strong Oweus
worker, inside the booth' preparing an
affidavit. Desha spoke to hiiu through
, the window and told him that he had no
business in there and that he hrvt bettor
come out. Peak replied that h would
not come out nnd Breckinridge went into
the booth after him. The two men clinched,
but were separated. Peak soon afterward
came out, when Breckinridge met him
the second time.niid a lively fixht. followed,
both men had their faces scralched,several
blows being passed. Both men bad pistols,
but they were separated before they had a
chants to draw.
It is only fair to stale that Peake was
violating the law in going into tbe voting
booth. At Centreville, W. A. Gaines, a
Breckinridge man, ordered the Breckin
ridge men to pay no attention to the in
junction against the rule passed by the
committee teqniring voters to swear that
they would uport the noiuiuee, in cases
of challenge. Colonel H. O. "stoner, nn
OwenH man, owner of O.tklaud stock
farm, nnd Gaines had some words on the
street later over G lines' action. Stoner
slapped Gaines and knocked him down.
Colonel Stoner is the gentleman who
slapped Breckinridge during the war.
During the latter part of the struggle
the feellug was very bitter bet ween the
factions, and charges were mado on both
sides which tuauy predict will yet result
in a resort to the code or bloodshed of
some kind. The primary election uamed
the nominee, but it is feared that it will
not settle some other issues. Besides thu
feeling between contestants, life long
frieuds aud neighbors are at swords'
points. Wive, mothers, aud others are
apprehensive that thosj they love may
become involved in serious conflicts before
the end is reached. While there were all
sorts of moral and other movements
against Breckinridge, he and his frieuds
maintained a perfect organizatiou through
out the district, aud they lined up like
veteran politicians everywhere at the
opening of the polls.
At Georgetown, Owens' home, the
enthusiasm is immense. Men went crazy
with joy, and hugg.-d each otlirr in a way
that would have made tiiem ridiculous ou
any ordinary i ccasion. The good-natured
mob, for it was nothing else, seized upon
Owens and tried to carry him ou tlu:ir
shoulders. The court house bell was ruug,
nba.ljon was sent tip, lireworks lilied fhe
air au. 1 bonfires blazed ou every corner.
IT P.AINED BLAZING PETROLEUM.
Explosion f a Iimiilu; Tank Car Seta
Fourtt-'tii Persons ou Fire.
E.c Claike, Wis., Sept. 17. A freight
train on the Chicago, St. 1'anl, Minneapo
lis and Omaha railroad, which left KiU
Claire at luUuiglit, was d'.tchej two
miles west of llauiruoaJ. T he tvaiu
carried two oil cars. Out of the oil Links
to k lire uiul exploded. A car of coal and
tbe caboose also burned. Later while the
passenger train froai Minneapolis Was
waiting west of the scene of the accident
nnd the whole train load of p-isseugers
were passing around the vcrcet to
take a train on the other sidj
the other oil tanL in the. wr-ck
exploded. The fragments cf the tank
wbizzcHl through the air with a noise like
lKunb shelis, and a shower of burning oil
fell U'toa tae people.
foe list oi ! injured is as follows: Will
i i:n Cunroy. of K.ls worth, hands badly
baraed; C. Kromrey, o: NeillsviUe, he el
burueJ; M. 11 Dickey, of Cleveland, O .
hair burned oiT. nanus budly burned; J I.
liudiger, of Menominee, bonds and face
buraeil; IM Syver-ou, taction hand, badly
Luruea; Couduelor Fredericks, hands
tiidiy burned; Johu BjImvicS. of Minne
apolis, ha::.l, uul fce burned; Levi W.
Myers, of Wapelo, la., hands, face and
head burned, Ixfly saved by tearing oil
clothe-; O.uf Kvool, of Hudson, clotbts
burned off, entire body badly blistered;
EJward Gardiner, of Hammond, hau-is
bidly burned; Hjbert B. Clark, of Chip
pewa Falls, neck and head scorched; Mrs.
W. J. Xott, of Menominee, hands slightly
burned; T. J. Watkins, of the Louisvilla
Courier-Jourual, knocked dowu by the
explosion, head scorched; Sk M. Curtis, of
Milwaukee, neck burned.
No oue baa supposed there was any
danger, as the oil had beeu burning for
some time. Tho tank contained about
6,0i3 gallons of oil. Dickey and Hudiizer
ami an elderly msu wuoe name could
not be learned were tbe most seriously
injured, ltudiger's clothes were all
burned from his body. The hands of sev
en lot the injured were so badly burned
that the flesh peeled off. The conductor
nnd other trainmen of the passenger, re
gardless of themselves, worked heroically
lighiug the fire and getting the women'
and children to a place of safety.
GREAT WELCOME TO LAWLER.
The New ti. A. It. l!il f Given an Ovation
at ltockforcl by Thousands.
ItoCKKOKU, Ills., Sept. 17. Colonel
Thomas G. Lawler, the newly elected
commander-in-chief of the G. A. It., was
given a tremendous ovation on the occa
sion of bis return from the Pittsburg en
campment, hundreds of veterans from all
over Illinois flocking to Ujckford to take
part in the geoeral jollification. The spe
cial train ou wbicn he arrived was tot; I at
the station by PJ.IOJ citizens, whffi'xphld
ed lireworks aud cheered Illinois' favorite
son uutil they were hoarse. -i
Later a big parade, participated in by
G. A. lL aud military aud civic urbanisa
tions took place, finishing at the Court
house square, where addresses of welcome
were delivered by Hon. Charles A. Works
aud Major X. C. Warner and a very feel
ing response made by Commander-in-Chief
Lawler. The celebration was by far
the largest ever seen in northeru Illinois.
Lynch Seems To lie Lot lug Caste.
MEMl'llls, Sept. 17. Thirteen men have
been indicted by tbe grand jury for com
plicity in the recent lynching of six negroes
near Alillingtou, Tenn. Ail are in jiiL
The graud jury in its report expresses its
horror "of the cold-blooded, brutal butch
ery of six defenseless men, the cruelty of
which would cause even a savage to hung
his bead in shame. 0 country
cau prosper where such crimes go unpun
ished." The jury also says that obstacles
were thrown in the way of getting evidence
by officers of the law.
' Why He Won't Pay the Uoauty.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 17. Secretary Car
lisle has written to Senator Mauderson de
clining to pay any sugar bounties since
the date of the new tariff act. The secre
tary states that he has arrived at tbe con
clusion that such payments cannot be
made without further legislation by cou
grass, because, for oue thing, there is no
appropriation. The question, be says, is
not whether tbe augur producers have a
valid claim, but Whether the secretary
has the authority to pay the same.
Barry Is the 105 I'ouud Champion.
CHICAGO, SepL 17. The Leon-Barry
fight for the 105 pound championship of
America took place on tbe line of the
Santa Fe near Laiuont. The fight was
won by Barry lu the twenty-eighth
BORN IN THE FRIGID ZONE.
Lieatrnant rery family Increased Wbtla
in iIim Arctic Itegiuna.
St. Johns. XI., S t. 17. Tue steamer
Falcon, Captain Henry Birtlett, has
returned here, bringing hick Cie whole
personnel of the Peary expedition of last
year, except Lieutenant lVnry himself,
HugbLat (aco:,ipuuiou',nud Matthewilen-
sou ( t colored servaut). allot whom remain
at Bowdotu b ly for another year, hoping to
accomplish the work of the expedition
which is still left unfulfilled. Tne flint
incident ot note on the expedition was the
birth of Mrs. Peary's liaby on S -pt. 12,
M):l, a mouth after the la Iron left last
The ex'tedition was liandic,iptd by
ceptionully severe sti.rms but scent i tic
observations were ma.ie all winter, anil
were very successful. All attempts to
penetrate northward, however, were
fustrated by tho wathcr. The temper
ature dropped to J ltclow zero, the d.4
died aud a cumber of the explorers were
badly lrosl-bitteu. Peary uul a party
attempted to get north, but could only
insku 13J miles iu a forty-five days trip,
going nud coming. The. rest of the time
w-as taken up with observations iu the
viciuity if Falcon bay, the headquarters.
When te relief expedition found the
par:y all Were well and glad of the op-pe.i-iuuily
to return home, except
Lieutenant Peary and the others men
tioned above-. Xo truce of the Svedii
explorers, Bjorling nnd llalsgemtis. was
found uud their death is regarded as cer
tain. round Out hl A iie,t Thera.
ST. Louis, Sept. 17. A number of per
sons in the neighborhood of Oglo statiou.
seven miles from Bellev.lle. Ills., have
recently brca taken suddenly sick
without apparent rause. The symptom"
were viuleut p iins in t he stomarh, dizziness
and nausea. The mystery has finally Is-eu
solved. Wnter for drinking anil cooki ng
pt-rposes had been taken from a well near
tho Oi;; farm for many years by the
firmers' families liviuij iu the vicinity.
This will had Uco-oe ths mst of a
family of green sn iki-s, which are said to
have tvoisoucd the waber to such an extent
that it is almost u miracle that those takeu
The I.eai aarfcota.
CorD rvi .
Use 'i w civrvsi,. ..i
wild. 'ti i!i;e:ou;h tljST: bait L 9.
Bat:r Fair i- rtiolce, tOC;civaG.i 4c
Pitnltrv snriin ..'.lf,.. i,km .f.aeii
rariT anu vtutTiSLSa.
Onls. fvir p'-r
ltl-:eb.rrrit ie a cafe,
tirades Sc per !S.
".tCe BnttYr.n py for c.v
4r; cow r. self, ra. liHCJ'a
ssrei 4ce Je
Spritg lamb. St 5"C3 a bead.
Knyal liuny i;ye IVLlskT
I a -Rye at s i Rye," roin-a'ly rirwl rid
r. from alt fort-!?-i faora-.d idu.u,tai.i. jar
anti-j-d i are tsd c vr i leven year of ace, Tec-.it
cutiJid to te conU'l!enr a a ri ri'e riona aeti
e'e mr Jiy of tl.a '.encc of it raiidi, cotva
tac-nts and the aieJ. See tfc .t rur nunc is
blown in bottle, fl.'dper qwi tn-tlle.
l;OVAL UCBV" POKT WISE
pnre, oH and Tac'.low, therefore bct adapted f r
Invsii Js. con. al .f..nts and the aeed. Ii rftorca
Im v.tality, crca..- s'reta-th a-d a;iptt:-.e, builds
op the weak and rWlitaUd. (jarte fl. Pitts,
GO Ctr-la. 1 ut up on honor And niiaraiiteed bv
HOY AL WINK, tV Chicago.
For a'e st Ilarvt-r House Pharmacy, and by
Wiiuau Cliiirtciiln. Moline.
bej Baby was sicl we pave her Cast rla.
When she was a Child, she cried lor Castoria.
When she became 31 is, she ilung to Castorta.
V hen she had Children, she gave them Casturia.
iade a Well
sT Sir "JC i. J rtTornw
ITO-.tr. tue AIor Hesults la SO Dajs. It acts
powerul:ynndqatik!y. Cures when all others
laiL 1 tunc rnoti will rerain their lost manbood,
andolunon iii roover their youthful vicoi
by using V (TALIS, it quickly ami sureiy re
stores Nervousm sa, fjst Vitality, ininoti'iicy.
Mrhtly Kmissions, Lost Power, Fading Mem
ory. Wastin? Uisnasns. rnd all eflectn of self
akuse or excess and indiscrt tioa Wards off
Insanity and consumption, insist on bavins
VITA3.I?., no ether. Can be curried iu vest
pockel. By n.all. JI.OO per puvka-e. or six lor
5.00, wlta a (ximUio xrlitrn rtunraulce to ran
or nrud tiie rmnn, Cir-ulsr free. Adoress
ULIKlI itLitailil cuxi'iM, 4'hicatni, liL
Fnraale nt Kock lalsnd byllatsvr Ilnoae I'har
maty and WtlHani Clundenln. ltrugi-irt, Molls.
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IKCCCKPORATKO IKDES TUC 8TATK LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
IiocK Isliko, III.
Opes daily f nwa f a m. to S p. ta, and Sstordsy treoauri from 7 to S e'e-ea.
S'lTe per cent Interest j-id on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal co1
ii.taiai or Ktii Estate security.
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Bero bnaaieia inly S, lfOO, and occntr th ontheatt corner of Vrtchell A Imfie'a tew ta":ii
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And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
eMl kln of carpenter
Oflice ami Shop 721 Twelfth street
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 8S1 SIXTH AVEXUE,
Shop ob Vina 8tTMt. BOCK I8LAKD.
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THE ; CAPITOL
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merits vnnr Jf. Fi.'lit n --M this wa
son, aud more f;nn. C.l Ix elt rii
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
MB 1W FALL m
CAST SEKJt AT
E. F. DOK1Y,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SlCOND AVT
H arper Ronae Block
170G Bocoua Aveiiuo.
Cea?rat Jotibtnr; done on abort r. n:.a
and aatUfacUon uaracu4