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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1804.
Rrprwmtlog ret 40 Million DoUsis
of Cao assets
Tire Life, Tornado.
Bonds of boxwrysalp.
Oriv'S BMwnaa1 Wot Mack Islaad, 111
an ear rate.; ibjr wUi Interest yoa.
J. M. BUFORD.
Lrcnera . . .
Tn .Id TV and Tlme-trlee Companies
Lsssss Preaptl? Piid.
Bate M low as aiy rcltohl. company ran af or
Ton Patronm la so. Idled.
STATE SATOTG3 BAITK
Oate Const TOUeau street HdTkMil
ciPrrxL $i oo.ooo.oo.
ilUMdl lbs atolls serina till. Drffanlaed law.
I rerCKXT DITRLl Pill I! MWSHS.
OiQiiIwi sader Bum Lsw.
Open from a. a. to I n m ul Wednesday tad
Saturday ki bM from? to spa
roarrsa Iiuiii, President
aewonrn, - VloS-Presideal
J. P. Eninii, ... t ashler
9immi atofa, 1ST V VaIu
a A. Rom, H. A. Alnrworth,
S. B. Bdwarde, W. B. iduu,
Andrew Priberg, C. r. Eemenwmy,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Mde for private prtti tn to. tarda,
pot of Us wan; trf lis
Orchard State Bant
at OaCBABD. KUIUBtA.
1. W. Dam, President.
J. 8. DaST Cashier.
amekst! Lynda. Banker
t. T, Robinson, Cashier Bock Island Siatioca)
r.c. rt-tsr, k. B.
iinry bait' Sons, Wholesale Ann).
Cn'isaismdenee an, idled.
Wsulseal Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
111! tad 1118 Third At
TUB BATH nQDUS
Baths of all kindi, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Kooma, on the first floor of
the Harper House. ,
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemenFrom 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week dare On Sunday, the
rooma will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
John Volk: 5c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
IMlag, PlonrtBc, Waiaseoetlng
Its street, bet 1th aad tth ar
The Railroad tnt
and all other men who have to
look neat while at work, should
know about "CELUTiont" Cot
La Its and CCFFS. They look ex
actly like linen, wear well and
being waterproof do not wilt
down with heat and moisture.
The? do not soil easily and can
be cleaned in a moment by sim
ply wiping off with a wet sponge
or cloth. Do not confuse these in
your mind with composition
goods. Every piece of the genu
ine is auuupou ux una
fihese and refuse anrthinfl
else if you wish satisfaction. Re
member that goods so marked
are the only waterproof goods
made by coating a linen collar
with waterproof "Cellukid,"thus
giving strength and durability.
If your dealer should not have
the "Celluloid" send amount di
rect to as and we will mail yon
sample post-paid. Collars 25c
each. Cuffs, 50c. pair. State size
and whether stand-up or turned
down collar is wanted.
THE CELLULOID COMPANY,
ZT-Zw Broa way, Wew Yertc
H. C. COXXBLLT.
B. D. COKKBLLT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second toor, over HitcheU A Lyndel
bank. Money to loea.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
OOoc la Bock Island National Bank trail fling.
a. s. miur.
Sweeney & "Walker,
Attorneys and Conncellors at Law.
OfBca tn Bengstons Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal bntlnoii! of all kind promptly attended
to. State Anornry of Hock Inland coontj.
Onlca, roUfDea Block.
McEnlry & McEalry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good csrlty; msae eollee-
ttona. Refannea, Mitchell A Lynda, banket.
OfToa, Poatoflr. Block.
Dr. R. Jay,
VBlz at Btaancn' livery stable. Telephone
Physician and Surgeon.
11M, Third Avrane. Telephone, 1170, office
noon : 1 to 4 p. m and at night.
J. a, bollowbcsb, k. n.
. A SABTH, M, B
Dn. Barth & Hollowbtish,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Cttca tard rt.
Aaaideate Til 21t at.
It, Barth Ir, Hollowbash
S to 10 a, m. I in to 12 a. m,
Dr. Cnas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Kose and Throat Only.
voice, wnrna&er mock, aoounreat corner
Third and Brady atracta. Iiavenport. Iowa
Room 17 and 18. Hnnr: 9 toll a. m., 1 to 4 p. m
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Oilers for patent drawing. Boom ITMCA
Edward L. Hammatt,
OfSoo, Boon 1. mtchell A Ly.de Bnlldlnft.
Geo. F. Stauduhar,
Plan and npertntendene for all flaw of
Bnlldlnea. Roemx S3 and So, MJicbeli Lynde
DyiHUDS. mi eiuvaiiur.
W. A. Darling,
Baford Block, over Klncsbary store.
B. UL Pearce,
aad 31 in Kitchen ft Lynda's new
BoiidlBf. Take elevator.
asifl mmit awUw T n sr en ssrtiioi
i. u snnete wamacs win
He Thought He Had the Points
of a Real Thug.
LSD NOW LANGUISHES IU PEISON.
A Yanne; lll'.volsma Create Caaaaaottasi
t Ms. Sterling;. Having- Prepare Btaa
aeir tm Do the Baak SUbbry Aot by m
Fall Coarse of Sensational Literatare
The Robbery a Failare, and the Bobber
Telia Strange Story.
Moust Stebliko, Ills., Sept 26. This
place, the county seat of Brown county,
was the scene of a thrilling western style
hold-np. Ralph Conklin, aged 18 years,
was the bold robber. II. is a native of
this county, and his parents live a mile
and a half northeast, of bere. CouVliu is
addicted to the reading of such literature
as "The Life of Jesse James. " Youog
Conklin left his horn, with double
barreled shotgun, and started for Mount
Sterling. On his way he met Mace
Dunbar riding horseback. Toe boy
bandit leveled bis gun at Duubar and
commanded him to dismount. Dunbar
got off his hore and CoDklia mounted it
and rode it into Mount Sterling. Rldiug
to tbe rear of liioomSel J & Sk lies' bank,
Conklin dismounted and left a boy to hold
his horse. Wearing a tua-k ha entered
the bank by a rear iloor.
Mold I p Voar Hands."
Approaching the cashier, J. D. Mil
steaC Conkliu or. lend him to put up bis
bauds. Miiuad refused to comply at
first and suid: "What are you uoingf
What's tbe matter with you?"
"Hold up your hnnis, or I'll show you
what's tbe mutter with me," replied
Conklin, at the aame tima leveling his
sUotgun. Cusiuier Mils-lead took to his
beels throujU the rear door. Couklin lost
no time, and in a moment cat he red up all
the mouey in sight fill. Ed Allison, who
was in the bank at tbe time Conklin en
tered, ran out upon the street and gnve
the alarm. Alter pocketing the money
Conklin went out of the bank through the
rear door and was just mounting his
horse when Alf Snodgrass, the constable,
arrived upon the scene. The constable
ran up to Conklin and pulled him off his
horse. Conklin jerked away from him.
however, anal ran down the street in tbe
direction of the court bouse.
Couklin Opens Tire.
Jack Kighswonder tried to catch Conk
lin, who opened fire on him, shooting
through bis coat, but mnicting no bodily
injury, kighswonder stumbled back.
blinded with smoke and powder, and the
robber kept on running in the direction of
the courthouse. By this time he was
being followed by several men who beard
the alarm Riven from the bank, and tbe
pursuit was a hot one. Armed men and
teams dashed in the direction taken by
the robbers. Reaching the courthouse,
Conklin tried to seal a horve and cart, but
was knocked off tbe cart by a well thrown
brick. A few blocks north of tbe court
house the masked man was held. up at the
muzzle of a gun by Jule Cox, and was
compelled to surrender. The mask was
torn from his faee and it was found out
who the Jesse James was. The money
taken was all recovered.
Conhliu's Oueer Story.
Tbe bank robbed is on the most promi
nent corner in the city, directly nnder the
new Bloomfield hotel, and the robber had
to pass through a part of tbe hotel and
Rickey's drug store In order to get into
the bank. At the time the robber entered
there was no one in the bank except the
two men behind the counter. In jail
Couklin said that four men came to his
house Sunday night, and, drawing their
pistols, made him promise that be would
rob the bank in tbe morning. lie further
said if given his liberty he would give the
uumes of tbe men. The officers are now
at work trying to learn if Conkliu had
EUROPE AFRAID OF WAR.
Report of the Czar's Illness Causes TEnch
London, Sept. The European
bourses are affected by the news of tbe
czar's health, as he is now recognized as
one of the strongest supporters of peace
and it is feared that in the event of his
death his successor would Bcize the
opportunity to secure naval porta on the
Pacific and enlarge his boundaries in the
direction of tbe Pamirs at the expense of
China, either of which steps it is believed
would easily precipitate war. On the other
hand a dispatch from St. Petersburg de
nies tbe report that Russian troops have
gone to Cores or that Russia haa the in
tention of doiug anything calculated to
disturb the peace of Europe,
Damages for an Error.
New Yoke, Sept. 20 Last summer
when James Sullivan of 411 Dloomfield
street, Hobokeu, left home for the Cats
kiils be telegraphed his mother upon his
arrival at his destination: "I arrived this
morning. I shall write you Sunday."
Tbe message was delivered: "I arrived
this evening. I shall want you Sunday."
The mother believed her son to be Ul and
was prostrated, but she went to him. The
trip cost her t0. Sbe has just got judg
ment against the Postal Telegraph com
pany for S1D0. The court held thecompauy
was negligent in employing inefficient
servants and was liable for their mistakes.
Will of Ea-Goe-ernor Kirk wood.
Iowa City, la., Sept. as. The will of
the late ex -Governor Kirk wood was made
public His personal effects, homestead,
and tl.OW a year go to his widow during
life. At her death this, with Slu.OOO, will
fall to bis adopted daughter, Mrs. Prich
ard. The remainder of the estate, prob
ably worth tSO.OUO, will be invested and
the interest thereon will be paid to the
Woman's Relief corps of Iowa City for a
period of five yaats, after which the full
amount will go to the State univer sity of
A. B. V. Men Sentenced.
BUTTE, MonU. Sept. 20. Fred Walker,
J. II. Calderbead, George Boomer, V. B.
Dye and L. Barton, members of the A. fi
ll., have been sentenced to jail for thirty
days and &ad tlOO eacb by Judge
Knowels of the United States court for
contempt. They were prominent partici
pants in the strike. Calderbead is presi
dent of the local A. R. U. and is a Popu
list candidate for the atate senate. Thir
teen other defendants were discharged for
Ltck of evidence.
Will Help Exterminate the Thistle.
Desvkr, Sept. 46. The county commis
sioners of this (Arapahoe) county have
decided to aid town boards and farm sis
to exterminate tbe Russian thistle. It ia
estimate! that it will cost (20,000.
ALTGELD STILL AFTER PULLMAN.
e Has Bern Inveatleatlas; tbe Croat Car
Builder's Tea Expeewoa.
Sprigfilld, II K, Sept. 26. Governor
Altgeld has addressed the state board of
equalisation on the assessment of the
Pullman Palace Car compiny. He wants
a higher assessment. He submitted the
testimony of Pullman before the strike
commission, in which Mr. Pullman said
tbe company had always paid dividends.
never less than 8 per cent.: that its capital
stock is (30,000,000, and thit its undivided
profits amount to f2S.nOO,OJa Taking
Pullnan's own figures the governor said
that the iPnllman company's stock was
worth (6l.00li.0 i0.
As tbe result of letters recently sent by
tbe auditor of public accounts to all states
of tbe Union and to the Dominion of
Canada, it was developed that in sixteen
states the company paid no taxes at all;
in several other states and in Canada no
assessment is shown; in seventeen states
th. total of the taxes paid is only t2M25,
while in the seven remaining states tbe
estimated taxes (based on assessments)
are (19.335, making the total taxes paid
outside of Illinois t4 ),T5L
"Iu Chicago," said tbe governor, "this
sum would pay taxes on less than (4,030.
0J0 worth of property." In Illinois tbe as
sessment is (l.fti.Vi), which at the aver
azo ratio of assessment represents (7,
629,750 worth of property. At the very
highest," the governor said, "tbe Pull
man company does not pay taxes on more
than fi0,,0C0 worth of propirty in
Bock River Conference.
Gales A, Ills., Sept. 26. The preliminary
work of the opening of the Rock River
annual conference began bere lastevening.
The occasion was not a business one, its
object being a welcome to the preachers,
nnd especially to the presiding bishop.
jonn it. lucent, ror thirty-nve years
ago Bishop Vincent was pastor of a
Methodist church here. George S. Avery
presided and William Spensly gave the
welcoming address forthe citr. while Rev.
David Clark performed the same duty for
the churches. BisLop Vincent made an
address that moved his hearers both to
tears anu smiles. The gathering was a
very interesting one. Business in the
conference begins today, and its principal
interest will be in changes of location of
For Congreaa in Chicago Districts.
Chicago, fcept. so. Uemocrats of con
gressional districts inside the limits of
this city mace three nominations yester
day, the most notable being that of John
J. llanuahan, the firemen's official who
gave the firemen advice during the A. R.
U. strike that was repudiated by the late
firemen's convention. Tbe district is the
Second, and the delegates were nearly all
men connected with railway trades
unions. The only other candidate was
the Populist. White, whose friends in the
convention, unmbering seven, wanted
him indorsed. Ia tbe Firt district Max
Dembufsky was nominated, and in the
Seventh Louis Langs.
Bis In Jons Caught la the Kinetoscope.
New obk, Sept. 2fi The dancing
Indians from the Wild West show, in
charge of Buffalo Bill, Major John M.
Burke and Judge "Jack" Stillwell, fresh
from El Reno, O. T., were takeu to EJi
son's laboratory at Orange, X. J., to
"whoop it up" for the kinetoscope camera.
They were in full war regalia, painted un
til they hurt one's eyes to see them, and
they all carried spears and tomahawks.
Interpreter Spangraft directed ths Omaha
war dance, which was a performed before
the camera. It was successful sitting, if
tbe conventional word of the photograph
gallery may be used.
Corn Is a Mighty Short Crop.
Chicago. Sept. :."6. "Mr. Counselman
has colored the picture none too mnch,"
said a representative of Armour & Co.,
when a reporter called his attention to
Counselmau's statement made in New
York that be had closed half of his ele
vators in the west and that there was no
corn to speak of in Iowa, Kansas and
Nebraska. "I, myself, have four elevators
in Nebraska that are doing nothing. One
of the towns from which I shipped 15G,0X)
bushels of corn last year is this year hav
ing com shipped to it for home use. The
shrinkage in the states named is very
Io Case of War at Massillon.
Cleveland, Sept. 26. United States
Deputy Marshall Haskell has received in
structions from Washington to make all
necessary preparations to protect such
railroad property as may be in the hands
of United States receivers at Massillon.
In case of trouble breaking out when the
negro miners are put to work in the mines
Marshal Haskell will simply protect rail
way property and will have no connection
with the mines or miners.
The Pullman Strike Commission.
Washisgtos, Sept. 26. Commissioner
Wright, after an examination of his maiL
found no notification from witnesses who
desired to be heard in the Pullman strike
matter and no further suggestions as to
remedies. It is probable, therefore, that
when the labor commission meets today it
will proceed immediately to the discussion
end consideration of the report to be
Bad n Loral Celebrity.
ELDORA, I a., Sept. 26. W. P. Hisrodt,
one of tbe most prominent men in central
Iowa ten years ago, died iu this county
yesterday of parol ysia. William Hisrodt
was leader of tbe law aud order league
which exterminated tbe notorious Rains
barger gang and other outlaws. He was
a man of indomitable courage and great
executive ability, and but for him the
gang would never have been suppressed.
The Whisky Trout Meeting Postponed.
Peoria, Ills., Sept. 26. Contrary to
expectations the directors of the Distilling
and Cattle Feeding company did not meet
according to adjournment. President
Greenhut was seen and stated that the
meeting would not be held until early
next week. He said there was nothing
new in the situation.
Boiaisitioa for Pension Money.
Washington, Sapu HO. Acting Secre
tary Sims has issued a requisition ou the
treasury for (10,063,000 for the payment of
pensions, to be deposited with the follow
ing agencies: Pittsburg. (l.tXM.OOO; Mil
waukee, (l.yoO.000; Des Moines, (2.100,0)0;
Coucord, K. 11., WO,0J0; Chicago, (J.T00,
000; Buffalo, (1,?-J0.,i0.
Place for a Michigan Man.
Washington, Sept. 28. The president
has appointed General William Ward
Duffield, of Detroit, superintendent of tbe
coast and geodetic survey to succeed
Professor T. C MendenhalL resigned. The
position is worth (tf.OUO per auuuui.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Financial.
Nkw Yons, Sept. 2a.
Money on call easy. O.Terei t I p-w ceafc,
Trim mercantile papir per eeat,;
terlicg exchange onll with actual business
In lai.ker' Mil. tStfrtaiil for ilemauii and
tV,j4tv"4 lor sixty tiay e; orted rate isi)
tr7 Commercial bi.ls iHlAicvlVs.
Silver ecrtiucttes. 6 16 bid; no sales; bar sti
ver IBV. Mexican dollar! S3.
I'nited 8iatea bonis. &' regular 11'4:
do.- 5s coaiwnt. lltf'4: da. 4s regular, lis;
dx 4's coapoiia, lli do.?, M bid; rauilU s
of Mi. 101 bid.
Chicago Grain aad I rod are.
CBioAoo. Sept t
Following were the quotations on the Board
of Trade toJav: Wheal Septeinbnr, opened
(3c, closed ilc: Dete rul-r. opened 5iys,
closed MVic: May. openoi J9 closed jUC.
Cora September, opened :ii rinsed sltr
Oetober, 0ued 51 c, close I 51a: May, opened
M4e, clotted olfc- Oat Septelxilier. opened
1K closed -Afiix October, opened 2SV, closed
May. op-uel 31 10, closed Ml . Pork
September, opened t . closed eiaMlt; Janu
ary, openod Siii closdd (13.U. Lard Sep
tember, oiwncd $ , cloaod 6.3"ij January
opened ( ; closed $ .
Pro.los: Butter Extra crevnery, imje
per lb: extra dairy. 31c: packing stock. 123.13c.
Eirss Fre-h t.k, 15-M'H rer dos. Ura
Poultry Chi-uena, 8- per lb: spring cbickeua:
M ; ducks. Ti.(Pc: tni k-rs. b.r.Sc; iee---. .U
4i.i0 per dux. PotHt- Huh, e(to per
bushel: early Ohio. oj iUV. Apple. SI. a
S.UU per bbL liouey White clover lu Hb
sei lions. 1-12 --c; broie couib. lUllc: dark
coiub. tood condition. 10c; straiuol California,
Chicago Lire Merit.
C1110AOO. Sept. 2ot
Live Stork Prices at the Cntai Xtock yards
touay ranifod as lulluw liu Katillimto 1
receipts for the lnv l.t.'JJt sales ranged at
(S.7.VA45 j.i.-i. U.'jj.!M llyht, sVUVm-K
rongb parking. fiVJi.tB.no mixed, and -'.AA
&2u oeuvy packing aud shipping lota.
Cattle KeceipU for the day. VH; quota
tions rauired at S-V!v"ii. choice to extra
shippmi; teers. Jl ) (i.Ti gooii to choice do.
4 S" 75 fair to p xt S.l.:i.'.r J common to
nietliumdo, kisi.j-l.'iii bntchorj' steers. (1.U
dti'i storkera, tCti(13j feeders, (l-i.in
, tiJi'..i-l, heifers. Sl.jOi.!. boils
t- ' Ui3M Texas steers, and iUloIj veal
feheep aad lAUibs RoceipU for th. day,
12.IU); prices ranged at J !.. i6J westoru.
$1.5 v-auii IVxan, tl.;5i-ii" uaUvos, aud l-iJ
The LocaJ Matrfceta.
Hsy Timoy, BDlsad tls2)ll !
wtld.!SJ'J;;ou.h. r.(7; baled. 9.
Hotter au tn choice, a9c;cxeaaen. He.
ER Fresh. Uric
Poultry spring cnlckens, large, (t Kai2 50
rarrr ABD VurTABLBS.
Caii-in-SOc per bn.
Blueberries-(2 a rase.
i rapes 4c per lb.
CtUe ancbcrs psy for ei fed steers
M: eews ana ndfe-a. ; ca:e
Spring lamb. (1 50CS5 a head.
Coal Soft, .0c
Royal Ruby Kye Whisky
Is a "Bye as Is a Kye," natnraily ripened and
ree from all foreign flavor and adulterants, gnat
auteed pare aid over eleven years or age, recom
mended to the connoisseur as a meritorious aru
cl. worthy of tbe conflJencc of invalids, corn a
leMxnts and the aeed. See that our name is
blown in bottle. (1.00 per .nan bottle.
KOIAL BCBT" PORT WISE
pnre. old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the wed. It restore
lor t vitality, creates strength snd sppetite, builds
np the weak and debilitated. Quarts, (1. rusts,
00 cents. Pnt ap on honor and guaranteed bv
HOYAL WINE. CO, Chicam.
For sale a. Harper Bouse Pharmacy, and by
William Clendenfn. Moline.
Wbeu Baby was sick, we gave h-r Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried lor Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clang to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gare them Casturla.
Children Cry for
TTashei ZToryttlrg Fran a Flat
uli Eaaditrcfcief to Qlreu Test
Lace Cvt&!ci a Sosdalty,
No. :724 Third Ave.
A. 54. PA.RKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
OTHER3, Do You Know that Faregerk-.
Bate-man' Drops, Godfrey Cordial, many so-called 8orhlig Syrops, and
moat remedies for children are composed of opium or niorreilBe t
P) Tern aaatrnrthatctomaaaorp
P)T aaMrwthaiaa0aemuuUa permitted to seU aarcotk-s
without labeling them pohnosf
Pe Test lCnwW that you should not permit any mefTV-lna to be gtven your cbCl
iilfae yrni nr ymrr rrTTflm tuff irf hat ft far n 1 1 T
Po Tav Know that Castoria i a purely vegetable prepntntkay and that a hat of
tta IngTedicnU is published with every bottle f
Pe Tow Kiew that Caoria I the pnwcriptioa of tbe famous Dr. Banrael rttchsr.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that atore Cnetoria Is now .old than
of all other remedies for children combined t
Pa Tew Knew that tbe Patent Office Depaituteut of the Cnited States, and cf
other cogntrirs, hare lasuM exchisree right to Ir. Pitcher and his aarlgne to use the word
" Cnatoriav" and its formula, and Uiat to rmttsle Uarm is a state reisoa offense f
Po Tern Ksow that one of tin reasons for granting this nmeiunxut protection was
because Castoria had been proeen to be alVwalatady ka.i mlassT
Po Tew Know that 35 aTwrac doers of Castoria are famished for 3
neeiis, in nnr rirnt ilmi T
Po T Know that when r Boat awl of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, and that yon may base unbroken rest f
Well, thoeo tMtT are worth knowmc- They are facta.
Children Cry for
BKATISl ASO VkNTlLATIkU KKwlHEKkS.
HCOSPOBATKD IDTDKB TBI (TATB LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kock Island, III.
Open dally from a a. m. to p. m4 and Patsrday .vectngs fna 7 to S s "Tin at
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security
omcBss: t. L. MJTCHXLL, Frest. T C. DKKWANN. Vice Prest. J BTJPOBD, Cwshlar.
P. L. lichen, T. C. DeEkesec John Crabangb. Phil atitclMU, B. T. Hal' L. Blaioc.
B. W Bono, 3. K. B-.ford, Job. VoiiT
Jacasoa A ticuwr, eoumton.
Begsa business July t, van, and oceapy the tontbeset corner of BTttchen Lynd s new ts'kftng "
J. x. dixoist
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
JOHa SCHirXB, Proprietor.
IS01 Second Avecaa. Cormor of BUteaatfe Krrwt, Oppasfts Barpert Theatre.
The chofcest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE :- CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, and judge its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
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E. F. DORN.
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SfcCOND AYE
Harper House Block
1706 Second Avenue.
General )ohhmr done on abort notir.
and satisfaction guarantee
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