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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1894.
XXAYE3 ft CIXAVELAUO
HcpmwUac ow 40 Million Dollar
of Oas assets
Tie Life, Tom ado.
rntdn of 8onrtyshlrw
Ofricl-lwploil Mock Bock bind, Ilia.
are w ratas; they win tntareet 70m.
jcncral . .
Tbe old Fire ud Tune-trie Oorapaaiae
Losses PromptlT Paid.
M tow m any reliable aompaay eas
Tear Fatronaee ta ao'lelted.
STATE SAVINGS BANS.
OSee Cornet ftfteeata .treat tad Third A?
aceeaS. the Moltne Sanaa Baa. Organised 1SS
Orgaated oadsr Btata Lawa.
Opa froa a. as. to 1 1 m aa4 Weaneaday and
oatoraay ugoia mT to Bps
nmiu eaiaaia, . Piaaldnt
. A. Aaawoarm, Ylea-PrMtdrat
. w. avauawAT. ... cm!
rwut Sklaaat, W. W, Walla,
O. A. Iowa, H. A. Alnmaorta,
0. Btwmrd, W. n. Adana,
Amim Mnn, c. t. BaaMBway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
r BTTaw parti i ta tsa
pot ol tb. veat by Uta
Orchard State Banls
at OaCBAKO, 1TBBRASBA.
B. W. Dast, fmidant.
i. B.DaT Caahl.r.
Mttch.n A Lytwla. B.r.kem.
F. kauuoa, ca4wr tuxX lalaad liatlona!
O. & Carter, W. D.
J.nry Dorr' sou. Wnoleaale erocra.
t aad laportar of
Wines and Liquors.
1S1 and 1618 Third Art
wm oato noons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, leciro-tnermai, etc, may
km obtained at the Sanitarium
bath Rooms, on the Erst floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
IS m. on week days For Gen.
tlcmen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Woe trio and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
John Volte Sc Co.
ttaah, Ihiors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding, Flooring, Walatcoaliog
Ik stmt, bet ilh aad Sib. ava
A NARROW ESCAPE!
How it Happened.
Tha fallnwlnff mmnrl-nhla - lnJ..
lifp will Interval the n-nrii-r:
had a terrible pain at my honrt, which llut-tt-red
alm.t ttirewantlv. Iliad no appetite
and rould not ilcep. I would be coinnrlU-d
to sit up In fx-d and belch cn from my stom
ach until I tlrmiifht every minute would he
my inst. i Ikto was a feeiinir of oppnssirn
about my liiurt, and 1 wn nfrai.l to draw a
full brent h. I couldn't r.wecp a nana with
out Hlninii down and reitinc; but, thank
iod. by tin- help of Now Heart ( ure all t lint
is p.isi anci i iici like another woman. He-
ffirv u.inir tho Xw Itenrt. i-t.t. 1 .-I-....
different so-oailert remedtei and been treated
My m inr wiinout any nenent, until I wn
"in fiisrouracea ana uismiMtm. Ny iiiioi and
botuiit me a Untie of Iir. MiU-a' Sew Heart
I urv. nnd am happy to Kay 1 never rrcretted
It. a. 1 now hnrn m &nl-nfli.i mMidn ..,.,
t-leen well. I weighed lii Pounds ben I be-
fan Inking the remetlv. and now I weigh 1'.
ta ene:-t la my ca.no hr.s leen trulv marv.-l-
ciu. II Tar surpn--ie any other niedii-ine t
have ever taken or any heneBt 1 ever re
ceived from lihvsicians." Mrs. llanv Starr.
rratfivlllp. Pa., October 12. 1S!3.
lr. MileV KeW Henrt. Cnrm I. culH nn wl-
ttve guarantee by all drncrNlf. orbvthe Dr.
Miles Merflcftl Co.. Elkhart. 1ml.. on receipt of
price, ai per bottle, six bottles Si. express pre-
paio. . int. irrent discovery l.y an eminent
aimclaliM In heart disease, contains fAelLher
ojuu.- nor uaugeroua drugs.
a. o. eoaraxT.
a. s. ramuT.
Connellj & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
one aecond Boor, over Hitcbell At Lyndc's
bank. Hoiwy to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Offce ia Rock Island National Bank building.
a. . awaurtr.
a L. walk an.
Sweeney & 'Walker,
Attorney and Cooncellors at Law.
OtEca in Bengiton'i Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal boalaeas of all kind promptly attended
to. State'. Attorney of Bock Island coocty.
OfOee, roatofflea Block.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood aeenrtty; maae enllec-
tlona. Beferenoe, Mitchell Lyad banker.
Offloe, PonUiffl:e Block.
Dr. R. Jay,
Office at Staancn'i livery (table. Telephone
Physician and Surpeon.
11H, Third Aranne. Telephone, 1170, office
Boart: 1 to 4 p. m and at night.
. a. BOLLowacia, a. d.
S. . BABTH, H. D.
Drs. Barth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Gatea VM&ri ir..
hcaidance Til ilrt n.
Dr. Barth Dr, HoUowbaeb
i lu a, K, i in to 12 a. m,
1 to S Aud 7 to p. m. I toSAudltoSp.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
mace, nuiiiaaer mock, aoatbweat corner
Third and Brady atreeta. Datenport. Iowa
17 and 18. Bonr: t toll a. aa.,1 to 4 p.m
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
OSen for patent drawing.
Boom 2 T M C A
Edward L Hanunatt,
OOea. Boom 41, MitcheU Lyade Bnlldlmc.
Geo. P. Btaudnhar,
Plane and nDertntendenca for all elaaa of
Bnlldlnra. Boom, ta and 66, Kltchell As Lynde
W. A. Darling,
Boford Block, orer Klncaboryli ttora.
B. M. Pearce,
Room, as and 31 In Mitchell a Lynda1 new
Building. Take elevator.
Z .7. iaale Rem.
WTt " lT. Mu
rmhmfnthmi IW.wn kMk.inntraM Ira.
Wn-frmi I'-r-rrlf-r'-rwui Trin.iiMaiiUM
i. r aaaarto wemeai ia
coua Baakin r aa.1
Give Their Schemes Away to a
LOOTING OF A TRAIN PREVENTED,
AaA At Two Chief Itandtta In the Grip of
the Law Excellent Re.aU of. Gum Pnt
l"P by Railway Official, and Detettvee
Aa Capleanant Picture of a "Long-Haired
Crook from Indian Territory" by Chief
Special Agent 11 nn,
St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 3. Ie Jones and
"Scar-Faced Chnrley" Feizi-U have boon
arrested here chargixl with conspiracy to
rob the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
train. They wore betrayed by one of their
own band. A week afro it was planned to
rob a west-bound Rock Island train and to
blow it np if necessary. This was post
poned and finally abandoned, the would
be rolbcrs learning that the police were
after them. Since the attempt made about
a month ajro to rob the IVnver express tho
oflicers of the road hnvo ltccn looking for
the men concerned in the enterprise. Sus
picion pointed to a "long-haired crook
from the Indian Territory" as the prime
The "Long Haired Crook V. Joaea.
Chief Special Atfont Martin II. Flynn,
of the Rock Island, went to St. Joseph
ant! was not long in Identifying the "long
haired crook" with Jones, who had re
cently arrived from the Indian Territory,
and carried his character on his face.
Among his associates was lee Krezell and
n man named Callaghitn, who a few days
after the arrival of the railroad officer was
am-sted by the l.icul ofUclals on a charge
of burglary and lodged in jail. It was
learned that the trio had instigated the
former attempt and that Jones and Fre
rell had not aiuiinlonel lmtx-s of ultimate?
ly gaining 'possession of the treasure in
the express and mail cars.
Went to ft, Jo ms a f'hirairo Crook.
Special Agent Flynn returned to Chi
cago, and a nnvting was held in the office
of General Manager W. I. Allen. As a re
sult of the meeting "Ik tective C. C. Bar
chard, tho following day, took a train for
St. Joseph, and in the guise of a Chicago
crook went to the Buffalo Head saloon, a
resort much frequented by Jones. Frezell,
and similar characters. It was faiT week,
nnd the town was well patronized hr
gamblers and other adventurers from the
And Cot Into wrll Socirtv.
Barchard found it nn easy matter to
gain access to the society circle in which
Jones was a shining light nnd when on
S't. IT Flynn, in the guise of a Chicago
gambler out of luck, arrived at the Buffalo
Head Barchunl was in a position to intrv
duce him. Burchard was ritrht in It,"
said Flynn. sjcaking of the episode. "He
wjis at the head of the table and Lee
Jones was at the fcot. Frezell was there,
and half a dozen ex-convicts were also at
the board at which lian liard presided."
JONES WAS NOT HANDSOME,
Bat He Was Ronnd to Make a Name in tbe
Continuing Flynn said: "Jones was a
character. He drank freeiv and talk-d
openly of crime He was a hideous .look
ing object, six feet tali, broad shoulders
and powerful physique. His long black
hair hanging from beneath a broad-
brimmed sombrero did not conceal any
part of the most repulsive human face I
ever saw. While in a St Jones fell into
a camp fire and his entire face was burntHl
almost out of human semblance. He was
one whose criminal proclivities could not
have lieen concealed. He was BT years old
and possessed of a lileral education.
"An accomplished artist, he would not
work, nnd openly ttoa&ted that he would
yet outdo tire exploits of Jesse James.
Jones had served two years in the peni
tentiary for counterfeiting, but had es-capi-d
all punishment for a long list of
violations of the state lnws. and seemed to
wander at will through the Indian Terri
tory, Kansas, and Missouri with perfect
immunity from arrest. This was the
leader of the gang wit h whom Barchard
was on friendly terms. Jones was always
heavily armed and would not hesitate to
shoot on the slightest provocation.
"But he was not a really dangerous
man, lacking mental force and dciiending
for his reputation on brute courage and
niun. A more nangerous man was
Frezell, also an ex-convict. He was quiet
nnd watchful and sometimes appeared to
suspect that Ban-hard was not all right.
It required much tact to dissipate the fel
low s suspicions, but the detective finally
succeeded and was taken fully info the
confidence of Frezell and his associate.
r rank Linburg. 'Ban-hard was told then-
was a deal on foot and was finally admit
ted into all the plans for a raid on the
"The party was to consist of Jones, Lin
burg. Frezell, Barchard and two 'gtxed
people, who were to lc on hand in tim'
Tuesday evening, Sept.. 2.", was time set
for the attempt. The Denver expn-ss, dut
In St. Joseph at. 7:40 o'clock, was to lie in
tercepted tit the water tank, seven miles
east of town. As the locomotive stopped
nt the water tank one of the bandits was
to hn-ak the couplings lichind the mail
and express cars, whilo the others com-
manciiHitne engineer to go alieau Into a
deep cut half a mile up tho track, leav
ing the passenger conches behind. In the
cut the work of rohliery was to be com
pleted, four men going through the ex
press and mail cars, while one, armed with
a rifle, kept watch of the engineer and fire
WAsniXGTON, Oct. 3. The Chicamanga
battleground commissioners General Ful
lerton, Major Smith. General Stewart and
General H. V. Boynton, historian of the
commission have returned to Washing
ton from Chattannoge. Thy have la-en tin
the battlefield for the past two weeks en
gaged with tlie state commissions locating
the battle monument. The memlxi-s of
the national commission report that tho
work of marking and improving of tho
battlefield is progressing with the great
est vigor and the road-making has been
nearly finished under the direction of Gen
eral Stewart, the resident commissioner.
The formal dedication of tne park Is ex
pected to take place next September.
Pretty Kora Wilton Bound Over.
SPKIXUFIELD, Ills., Oct. 8. Pretty Xora
Wilton, aged 20, daughter of Post master
Wilton, Argenta, Marion county.has been
bound over lry United States Commis
sioner Kidd to answer a charge at the
January term of the federal court of open
ing letters addressed to other persons, blie
PAPA WAS TOO LATE.
Daughter of Major Amn Marries Affatoat
Her Father. Will.
Washington, Oct. 8. Miss Cicely
Amies, the IS-year-old daughter of Major
George A. Armcs, a retired officer of the
regular army, was married to Herbert
Claude, superintendent of the Rock Creek
railway, at the parsonage of St. Patrick'
church, and the couple slipped out of a
side door just as the bride's father charged
in nt the front armed with a warrant for
the young man's arrest. The wedding;
was the culmination of long standing fam
ily troubles. Mrs. Armcs placed the young
lady in a convent to keep her father from
her. Major Amies complained last week
to the sisters because they permitted Mr.
Claude to call upon his daughter there.
The young man says Major Armcs
threatened to kill him on sight so that
he armed himself. A marriage license
was procured. When Major Armcs heard
of It ho sought a justice, secured a war
rant for Mr. Claude on the charge of
carrying concealed weapons, and drove
up to the parsonage at 4 o'clock, whilo
the ceremony was lieing performed in tho
presence of Mrs. Amies and friends, with
two detectives, who hiid been employed by
the groom, in his wake. Father Lee's
staff parleyed with him in the doorway,
the blessing was pronounced and the cou
ple had Started for the depot for the wed
ding trip when he learned the truth.
Then the major betook himself to police
headquarters, where his request that
Claude be arrested was refused. Major
Amies was court-martinlod for pulling the
nose of General James A. Beaver of Penn
sylvania during Harrison's inauguration.
He h.is conducted a real estate business
since his retirement.
They Are the Flrrt Party to Put a City
Ticket In tbe Field.
Xew TOHK, Oct. 3. The People's party
of the citymnd tho county is the first to
put its ticket in the field. Over 2.V) dele
gates met in the party's headquarters and
after an hour of speech-making nominated
the following ticket: Mayor, Dr. James
MeCallum; president of tho board of
Aldermen, Daniel Harris; sheriff, (ieorgo
W. McAdams: recorder. E. W. Chamlicr
lin; judge of the superior court. Nicholas
AlcinkotT; coroners S. S. Guldwater and
D. I). Fte, Jr.
The convention was harmonious
throughout, the only friction presenting
itself K ing the porsistcnoo with which en
thusiastic delegaU-s doninndcd the nomi
nation of John Swinton for tho mayor
alty; but Mr. Swinton had on Sunday
evening stated his unwillingness to run.
and Dr. Mi-Callum's nomination, as well
as those of tho other candidates, was
Strong Protest fro.u Germany.
Washington. Oct. 3. The German
government, through its ambassador.
Baron von Saurma Jeltsch. has made a
strong protest to the s-cn-tary of state
against tliat clause of the tariff act which
imposes an additional duty of 1-10 of a
cent per pound on sugars imported from
tlnise governments which pay nn export
liotinty on the article to their producers.
It is held by the tiermnn government that
this feature of the new tariff act is mora
oppressive in its action ng-iinst the sugar
producers of that country than any other,
and violates the spirit of treaty arrange
ments In'twocn the two governments, par
ticularly in view of the concession by
which the embargo agtrTtist AnTina
pork, for a time enforced by Germany,
ltlew the Saloon Skyward.
Srr.ISt.FlFU, O., Oct. 3. There is con
siderable excitement at Gordon, a small
town in Starke county, on the Davton
and I'nion railriad. over what the saloon
eJement charge was a dastardly outrage-
ioretruted by the religious element. Tho
good jx-ople of the town have been consid-
ably stirred up over tho opening of a
saloon by James Murphy, and threats of
violence have lieen flt-)y uuuIl. The
other evening tho town was startled by a
terrific explosion and Murphy's saloon
was demolished, but no one injured, as tho
saloon was closed up for the evening.
Murphy charges his opponents with the
outrage, but the church people deny
knowing anything about it. Murphy
will probably bring suit.
Advance of Klectrical Science.
Xew Yokk, Oct. 3. The power and
mining department of the General Kl-c-tric
company has just closed a contract
which marks a further step Li the ad
vance of clectrictd science. This contract
is with tbe Sacramento Klectrical Power
and Light company, and calls for the
transmission by electricitv from a water-
power at Folsom. Cal., twenty miles dis
tant, of several thousand electrical horse
power to the city of Sacramento to supply
lights, heat, power, etc.. to an extent that
will practically sttiersi-de all the present
steam plants now in operation. This
will make the longest transmission by
electricity of power in large amounts in
stalled in the world.
tjueer Caune for Suicide.
JCew Yoke;, Oct. 3. John S. Matthews,
40 years old, a broker living at tho Plaza
hotel, Fifty-ninth street and Fifth nve-
enue, committed suicide ut the bote! bv
cutting his throat with a razor. He died
instantly. The superintendent of the ho
tel said that Mr. Matthews committed sui
cide owing to despondency liecause he hod
sprained his utikle a week ago and since
tljen had lieen confined to his room. No
one could be found who knew where tho
suicide's relatives live.
lHsmiMrd the Cam.
Cincinnati, Oct. 3. Six A. R. U. strik
ers on the Cincinnati Southern railway,
who were arrested last July on a charge of
contempt of court by disobeying a re
straining order issued by Judge Taft and
whose cases were continued until Oct. 1,
have lieen dismissed by Judge Taft in tho
United Stntes court iii Covington, Ky.
They are Frank Fnrrcll, B. Bodkin and
E. Glenn of Ludlow, and Moses Singleton,
Pat Doody and Max Burkhardt of Somer
Illinois Mason. In Semlon.
Chicago, Oct. 8. The fifty-fourth an
nual session of tho grand lodge of Free
Masons of Illinois convened in Central
Music hall. After the reading of hie an
mual address Grand Master Lcroy A.
Goddard declared the lodge open for the
transaction of business. Eight hundred
and sixteen lodges were represented and
there were altout J,0U Masons present.
Will Resume Operation..
Gloucester, N. J., Oct. 3. The Glouces
ter gingham mills will resume operations
next Monday, after a shut down of aliout
two mouths. The mills wiU t;ivu em
ployment to about SOU uiea.
THREE BOLD THUGS
Attempt to Hold Up Couple
, of Chicago "Fly Cops."
FEGEO FOOTPADS MAKE A MISTAKE
And Proceed to Hold the Omcera Tf
the Same a. If They Were Ordinary.
Kveryday CillKena The Flashing of Mar.
Turn, the Hold-t'n Into a Foot Race
One Thng Captured.
Chicago, Oct. S. There are two aouth
aide policemen in the Seventh precinct
who know now how an ordinary citizen
feels when he Is assaulted and roblied by
thugs on a dark street at night. Officer
Thomas Birmingham nnd John Oakley
were out walking in plain clothe. A
little after midnight they passed along
Sventevnth strict. As they reached the
alley which crosses Seventeenth street, lw-tr.-ecn
Clark street nnd Armour avenue,
thre colored men sprang out upon them.
The attack was so sudden and nnexpeeted
that the policemen wero unable at first to
make any resistance. The colored ruffians
pounced upon the supposed civilians and
began to kick nnd Wat. tliem. One of the
thieves suco-cdi-d in transferring Offiivr
Oakley's watch into his own pocket.
Patrolmen at a Flsbting Pitch.
The pain of the kicks and blows aronsod
the officers. They wrestled vigorously
wilhtWir assailants and finally pnshed
them off. The thugs bad plainly not ex
pect) -d to meet with such sturdy r-sit-ance.
As soon as the of! i errs got a chance
to use their hands they thrust them into
their .K-kets and pulled out their revolv
ers. Throwing hack their coats the ofli
cers allowed the thieves to see the glint of
their sti rs.
"Come, give yourself np! Surrender!"
shorted Officer Oakley.
The thriv colon l men appeared dazed
by the discovery that the men whom they
bad tried to hold up were policemen in
disguise. They gavo up all thought of
further plunder and turned to run.
Blow Tlli-ir Patrol Whistle.
The policemen dnslu-d after them. Officer
Oakley blowing his whistle as he ran.
Both policemen fired several shots at t he
fleeing thieves. After a hard run one of
the pursued men was finally caught. The
other two got away. The captured high
wayman gave the name of Alexander Hill.
When searched at the station Officer
Oakley's stolen watch was found dangling
from the culprit's fob. A murderous look
ing case knife, sharpened to a razor's edge,
was also found tip-in his person. Hill was
held under charges of robbery and assault
with intent to kill. The police, especially
Oflicers Oakley and Birmingham. hoe to
learn the names of Hill's companions and
She Couldn't Walt.
Lady "I wsnt ti tit for a p!ctnte."
A"lt "I ehr.ll be very glad to paint yon, if yon
will wait a wpt-k, oc:ll 1 flnir-h the one I am at
work on now."
ludy "Ob! my. I couldn't watt that lor jr.
U'ht, 1 promised to be home to dinner at f
Tl a the tioable with some j-cople, tbeytave
no time to wait for retails. Sotce women will
take a dose or m of Iir. Pierce's F.voritt Tte
cr p:ion and rxpect to feel well itnmeillat. "jr.
True, rome Co find n arvelootly tiedy effrcte
from a .rgle dope, hut chronic diiH-aper-. whkh
have ha-i poast s-irrn of the y?tem f r yean, can
not he caiei in a day. Persevere wi.b it and It
will cure yon. ladii-e. of all the 111. yoo eeffer
from, tiaarant .'td to cuie in .11 cass of ntr-vonsner-f,
r-pasras, chorea, irrefrnlar'.tits, painful
pcrioce ard kindred ailment.
Whej Baby waa rack, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she chmg to Caatorta.
Whra she had Children, she gave them Castor ia.
Children Cry for
m CHoosrso drinks and
WILL LINK YOUR THINKS.
Dclicionsly Exhilarating, Spark
ling, Effervescent. Wholesome
as well. Purifies tbe blood, tick
les the palate. Ask your store
keeper for it. Get tbe Genuine.
ol 1 ml nan ttt 1 ilIM airtw. w.
THE CHAS. E. HIRES CO.,
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OQ ? 0 g
8 M a1!
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Castoria is Dr. Samael Pitcher prescription for Infants
svnd Children. It contains neither Optam, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless salwtitnto
for Parcsroric, Drops, Soothing Syrup, and Cantor OiL
It is Pleasant. Its suarantco is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feTcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomitinr Sour Curd,
cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tbe stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria la an excellent ciedirfna fur chil
dren. 31 others have repeatedly told me of it.
good effect upon their children.'
Da. G. C Osoood,
Castoria is the bet rerbedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day ia not
far distant when mothers will consider the reel
interest of their children, and uas Caxtoria in
stead of the vsriousqaack no4rams which are
di-stroyics their loved ones. Deforcing oprcm,
morphine, aoothic srup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby ""wti"g
them to premature graven.'
Da. 3. F. KnNTaTXtvoc,
Tit Ceatatai Conpavay, TT
HtATlSQ AMI VE.S11I.ATINU fc&UlNt.:LL9.
ISCOBPOBATKD CKDEK TDE STATS ItW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Bock Islakd, III.
Open daily front a. at. tc S p. nv, ar.d Sactrdny eeestcg. frota T ta S 'cloak.
Five per cent Interest pt!d on Iepcsit- Money loaned on Personal col
lateral cr Real Estat cecarlty.
f. L. aUTCilKLL, Preal. t C. I.K5EVAVS, Wa Fnait. 3 U BrrOKO. Carhter
P. Ia. Hitcba'J, r. C. OKktrtnn. John Crohangb. Phfl WtcaeU. B. P. Ban, L. StaMa.
S.W Uor-t, J. K. baford, J-o Vo.a
jAcaaon a tfiBT. boUenora.
Beraa bualrx M July I, WP, arS ccci y tre roothcrn eonrerof MiubeQ a Lraae'e rev li Vti
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
All kind, of carpenter
Oflice an-1 Shop 721 Twelfth street
J0HS 8CR1TEB, Proprietor.
""I rVcrjad Avaraaa, Oernar af SlxteaiU Stteat, Oppoalta Barpert Tbeatra.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Clears always on Hznd
Fiaa Laacfc Zrary Da . tmwnMm raralsba1a. abaat liaata.
" Castoria Is no well adapted to cWrm that
I recommend It a superior to aay prea-riptiea
brown to tne.'
II. A. Aarwra. 3L P ,
111 So. Oxford St-, Brooklyn, K. Y.
Otrr phyracians In tna children'a depart
ment hare spoLra highly of their eiperi
ence in their outside tiractios with CaiXuria.
and although wa only hava among t.T
medical supplies what is knowa aa mruiar
producta, yet we are free to confeaa thai tl.a
merits of Castoria has won ta to Lit with
favor npon it.
Cams HoaTTrat in Dteremar,
ALUS C Sgrra, Yra,
Mru - ray S tract, Ifewr Taxk City.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE : CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, and judj;e its
merit yourself. Fifteen sold this
t?on, and more join jr. Call for descrip
U2 and 114 W. i ;th street.
LATEST NOVELTIES IS
Dice m m m
CAM SB SBBV AT
12. F. I)OK,
The New Merchant Tailcr.
1822 SECOND AVE
H arper Hcnae Block
1706 8econd Avenue.
Ceaeral tobKtnr anoe m ennrl rvnica
and MUfawtion gu.r.ut44