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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1894.
TOP. TRAVELEUS' GUIDE.
QaTlCAOO, ROCK ISLAWD PACIFIC
Railway pepnt comer Fifth mill and
Thirl y-aral feet, frisk D. plsmmer, Ajmat.
Dear LlmReil attintaa..
Ft Worth, Dearer A E.C..
Owhi a Dea Home.
J mBe Kaaaaa :lry
Imaha Dm Ho'nr Rz.
lOiaaaa Dm Motnee Rx.
Paawr, l.hvnla A Omaha. . .
St. Kant A allniieepole. ...
St, Peal a Mlensapolte....
Deivase, Ft Wank A K. ft..
! Kansas City A St. Jowl.
Honk Mend A Waahlamaa.
fhteaern Ilea Mmim
ft IS am
r 1:10 am
til :10 pm
I AO am
( : mm
(IS BO em
1 1 :-'tl u
it i:: pm
Armal. Departure. ttty.eaoeptannaay.
AUetaera dally. T.mphnM 10m.
V. Il.Pi.Fnaa, act.
BtaUJUVTfft Ri -tTI !.. B, A Q. HAll
way-Depot First aveana aad sixu-nili
etreav . J i onna, aa-sat.
St. Louis Eiprue S:t0em!
P(. Lnais Esprree. '7:.m
Owning lisl.'iqilrstt. Pan t.lp
tnMM ti Paesenitef . 11:10 pa.
S'erllna. IHihiin,iia a I. Pa" I't T 6ft -i
10 ; am
.flatly tllelly urtpt uiuUr.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PA I t
Pallway ft-wm antliwrstam tlT1aluD
tap. Twantieta strret, between Pint and
Batoud imom, SOW. Uulmie, Arsnl
Mall aad lirm.,
St. Paul ajpr.ee.,
Ttni ami trttpai
4;W) pm 11 :4ft am.
Doci Isi.apd a Peoria Railway
Ipo First ntM and Twentieth street.
T. A. Knekaell, Agent.
' Laara lAaarra
fast Mall ksprtas ,
ah e a.eemnmndat1n .
:0ftam 7:N) pm
t: a pni 11 is am
: urn g:i pm
tlCKLIIKVroK, t'F.DAR R A PIPS A
Northern Hallway deiot toot of Brad)
treat, Iwrrupnrt Jae Morton, flea Ta't A
M :o pinlbiu.ar, am
1." JO m bltuo am
Heat Llhert I ra.a
b7 :4t pm
a Daily. -any nr.v -nnamr. tin atmb
tOolm Pontk ! rat. o 18 iuu kwtwaea
Cadar HapM and Went Llbaity.
tffrlive IVc. 21. We i-ffer to the
tniblic let a!Mnj:er service to
above points as follows:
M R k l-Un.l urn am 14llpm
Ar ProfK ll:anam Brfapta
LvP'ntU l-:Bp b:lopm
1 : V. p m
5s8 p m
A S.flnit4-Id . . :tlpm :ISpm
A- St Loala 7:10 p m
r Jaokmatll!.... s:itaai
Passengers have ample time to pro
re Dinner or Lnnch at Peoria
Lv St. Lout
Ar Rock Inland...
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Hock Island, 111.
Who docs not want
her washing done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to find. Those who
Get the best results,
because it is made
from such materials
that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
ric and will save time
Follow them and you
will find you have
struck a good thinp.
0SXAT SOCK ISLAND TAB SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and
removes grease, paint
Warnock & Roloton
So.p Makers, Book Isl'aad.
a. a. aoaaaiXT.
8. D. COSkBlXT.
Connelly & Connelly,
' - Attorneys at Law.
Ottea aaeod ioor, orer MlirbeU Lrndct
aana. oaa, to loaa.
Jackson Be Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
OSIca la Bock Ulaad National Bask bulldlnr.
a. n. awaawat.
O. Im walkbb.
Bweney & Walker,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Odlra la Rvntmii Block
Charles J. SmhtIs,
Attorney at U.
Loftal bali. -f all ainil prompt ly attandod
i nh' 'iwmey o! war laiaaa eoaaty.
Odlea. oatolDmi hlock
McEuiry & McEnlry,
Attorney at Law.
Umui money on rood menrltT: aue enllr
tl m. llolrniKr. MlUihaU A Ltnito, iMUKor.
U nen. mmnm Hinra.
Dracs & Kerne,
Architects ant! Superintendents.
Urnm 9 T at O A Bn'.ldlnr, torThi d axenoe
ana -inlTnin tc I.
Edward L Eanunatt,
OIBo.. Komn41. Mttctiell A Lrnito BuUdliw.
Geo. P. Staudunnr.
HIjiuk and n iwrim. uc'.or c for all rla of
Bnlldm. Kimn IU and eft, Mlir.hull A kyndo
nnlldlna- nn eieritb.t.
W. A Darling,
Bntora Block. or Eliumharr'a atore.
B. M. Pearce,
Room St and 31 in Mitchell k Lynda new
Bnl.i'lna;. Taka alevator
Dr. B. Jay.
Office at Staaeseb'a Urery stable. Tokpbmie
E L. Mar-to a, M. D.
Ofllcc over Uar'z & UllemuTer's drug (tore.
Residence TSi Twcntr-fonnh (itrot. OlB-e
telctihot.e 1U87. Keildenc- telephone 1184.
Ofllce hoar to 11 a m and 2 to 4 and 8 to 8 p m
i. a. aouowatMB, a. o.
a. M. BAara, a. o.
Dr. Bartb & Hollowbuah,
rhyslcians and Surgeons.
attidfact 711 St
Dt. Bartn I Ir. Bollowbub
to V a. m. I in to U a, m.
1 tnt and 7 toSp. m. I l to and to (.. at.
Dr. Cnas. M. Robertson
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Only.
Ofllce. Whlttaaer Klnck, annthweat corner
Third aad Bmdy street. Maenport. lot
Kooros 17 end 19. Boat: u 11 a. a4l tot - tu.
D B G Millor,
Over 30 years rxperlence bis made Im
portant riseoveries which enable him to
aiake marvelous care 4 in acute and
RHEUMATISM and NEURALGIA
' fflce in Beecher's bolldl ig 1S0S Sec
ond sr. noc. once hours: V a. m. to 6
THE MO-UN l.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
OaVta Corner nrtaentb stnat and Tbtrd at
dace d the Moliue Sarin xa itana. O.saulaod !
5 ftrCISt BTSCSST i'AJHS DIFOSl
Onjraatsed aader State Lawa.
0Va from a m. u I m., and Wadnaaday ar
Bainrnay nigntairami wepm
B. A. Aonwoara.
I. r. UaasawAi,
O. A. Boae.
W. W. Walla,
B. A. Alneworta,
W. EL Adama,
C, P. Baanaway,
Q. B. Bdwards,
REA' ESTATE L0AN5
mmd f."r pnvnve parties Id the
apotot taa wast by the
Orchard State Ban.
of OaCUARD, MBBRABKA.
B. W. Oast, RraaMent. ' '
- - l.a.Dut Uaaalar.
atltebell A Lrada. Bankers.
J. . Bobtnaon, Cwhiar Bock Island hationai
U C.Carter. a.D. .
Seary Dait's Boa. Waoteaale Oroera.
OrHrlal rrorcedlns- of Last Nlght'a Coun-
Citv Council Room. Rock Islaku,
Dec. 21, .1894. The city council met
in adjourned session at 8 p. m..
Mayor Med ill presiding and all the
aldermen present except F. W.
Aid. Cramer from the ordinance
committee, presented an ordinance
granting to J. A. Crawford, W. B.
Smith and U. D. Bond the right to
use the streets, alleys, etc., for the
erection of pole and wires for tele
graphing and telephone purposes.
and moved its adoption. I assed by
Aid. Kuschinan from the street and
alley committee reported recom
mending that the plat of the Twenty
first street addition to the city of
Rock Island he accepted, provided
bonds be furnished to place certain
streets and avenues therein to grade.
Aid. ross moved that the dedica
tion be amended by inserting the
words, "or not less than 15 feet,"
after the words "of equal size," and
the words "or not less than 45 feet,"
after the words "a 60-foot street."
Carried, 10 to 2, (F. II. Schroeder,
Kcport of Aid. Kuschmann was laid
over under the ruleS upon request of
Aid. Kennedy and Johnson.
Aid. Kuschmann of the street and
alley committee, reported that the
electric light poles on Twentieth
street south of Ninth avenue, had
been removed to the curb lint;, in
compliance with M. M. Sturgeon's
petition. Report ad Dpted on motion
of Aid. Dauber.
Aid. Roth, of the waterworks com
mittee, reported on the bids for the
construction of the st.andpipe. that
the Chicajro ISriilw & Iron Co's. hid
was the lowest and recommended
that the contract be awarded to said
company. Kcport adopted.
Aid. Cramer moved that the con
tract be awarded to the Chicago
Bridge & Iron Co. f r the sum of
$4,294. Carried unanimously.
Aid. Bladel moved that the mayor
and citv clerk be authorized to enter
into contract with the Chieago Bridge
& Iron Co. for the construction of
the stand ii ie. Curried.
Aid. Cramer moved that the checks
of the unsuccessful bidders be re'
turned to them. Carried.
lhe clerk read a communication
from the medical staff of St. Antho
ny's hospital, requesting the exton
sion of the water mains from in front
of Ilubcr's brewery to the now hospi
Aid. Dauber moved that the pray
er of the petition be granted. Car
lhe clerk read a communication
from the Davenport & Rock Island
Street Railway company, petitioning
for relief from additional paving taxes
for a year or two.
Aid. loss moved that the petition
be received. ani placed on tile.
Aid. bchneiuer moved as a 6Ubli
tute that the prayer of the petition
be granted. Substitute carried, 10
to 2, (Bladel and Nelson.)
fhe mayor presented an estimate
of 11. G. Paddock of the cost of
straightening Seventh avenue east of
Aid. Bladel moved that the matter
be referred to the street and allev
committee and the mayor for recom
A verbal proposition from the
I'avis company, oncring to put in
850 feet of 10-iiich water mains at $1
per foot, to supply St. Anthony's
hospital, the same to be paid for oat
oi next year s appropriation, was ac
cepted on motion of Aid. Roth.
M. M. Sturgeon submitted his bond
in the sum of 1300 to properly grade
certain streets and avenues in the
Twenty-first street addition by May
Bond accepted on motion of Aid.
Aid. Roth moved that the plat sub
mitted by M. M. Sturgeon, of the
Twenty-first street addition to the
city of Rock Island, be adopted.
Aves Roth. Bladel, Johnson, Cor-
ken, Dauber, Kuschmann, Schneider,
I- os 8.
Noes 1. II. Schroeder, Cramer,
Kennedy, Nelson 4.
On motion of Aid. Bladel,' the
A. D. IIi-esing, City Clerk.
Tbe M.Klern Mother
nas lounu inat uer little ones are im
proved more by the pleasant laxative,
Syrup of Figs, when in need of the
laxative e fleet of a gentle remedy
man uv any other, ana that it is
more acceptable to them. Children
enjoy it and it benefits them. The
true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is man
ufactured, by the California rig Syr.
up company, only.
V. V. V. Election.
Shiloh Command. No. 2, U. V. U.,
elected ollicers last evening as fol
Commander E. J. Searle.
Vice Commander E. M. Wilcox.
Major J. C. Reddington.
A. O. M Tim Webb.
Officer of the Day A. D. Cox.
Officer of the Guard Frank Mur
Chaplain J ..II. Reeves.
Surgeon Bert Cook.
The newly elected officers are to be
installed two weeks from Friday
Her cheeks are like the toscs,
Uer brow is lily white;
And well I know the reason.
She takes Parka' Tea each ntgbt.
She's stronc and well ant Dippy, too,
Iler face t clear and aright,' ;
And lanebingly she tells tee cause,
"I take Parks' Tea each night,":
Sld by Hartz & Ullemeyer
Fay your water rent.
Leaf larj at Gilniorc's.
Insure with Hnesing & Iloeft.
Shell oysters and clams at II.
mann & Sons1.
Worthy Dart is home from school
at East Hampton, Mass.
Louis Glockhoff has a line line of
choice cigars for Christmas.
Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst s
ad. if von have money to invest.
Buy your friend a box of fine cigars
at the Arcade cigar store for Christ
mas. George Sutllotv is home from school
at Andover to spend the holiday va
cation. Mrs. Liua B. Sanderson returned
yesterday morning from her visit to
New York ciiy.
Call on Bleuer Bros.. 1708 Second
avenue, and see the tine assortment
of Christmas goods.
Christmas novelties a large and
beautiful assortment at Bleuer
Bros', jewelry store, 1708 Second
The dwelling house, li06 Third
avenue, in this city, is for rent. Ap
ply to E. E. Parmenter, Mitchell &
Fresh Mississippi ' river catfish.
bass, salmon and sunfish: also, poul
try, live and dressed, at Rock Inland
Produce Co.V, 113 Third avenue.
Our stock of tovs this year is lar
ger than ever, our prices the same as
always much lower than any other
in the three cities at W. Trcfz &
For yonr Chtistmas present see the
line line of silverware, watches,
clocks, rings and pretty novelties in
gold and silver at Bleuer Bros', jew
elry store, 170S Second avenue.
With each mackintosh at $5 or up.
Mclntvre-Reck Co. will give a hand
some 50-eent apron free. The finest
stock of reliable mackintoshes in this
vicinity is to be found on the firm's
The chief of the weather bureau
has prepared data of weather observ
ations for the month of January for
a period of 23 years, showing the
normal temperature to have leen 19;
the warmest January being that of
1S0, with an average of 37; the cold
est, that of 1S75, with an average of
S. The highest temperature during
any January was C2, on the 17, 1S74:
the coldest, 27 below, on the 5. 1S81.
The greatest amount of snow fall in
24 consecutive hours was seven
iuches. on the 12 and IS, 188.
At Trinity chapel. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m.
At Trinity chnrch. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector. Sunday school at 9:15
a. m. Matins and celebration at
10:4." a. m. Even song at 7:30 p. m.
At the Forty-fourth street chapel.
preaching by Rev. W. II. Stickel at
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morninsr
subject, "U. inou oi Little faith
Evening. "One Thing Lacking." Sun-
day school at 3 p. m.
At the First Methodist church.
services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
by the pastor, Rev. F. W. Merrell.
Morning subject, "Necessity of the
Incarnation " Evening, "No Room
for Christ," a Christmas sermon.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Young
people's meeting at 6:30 p. m.
At the Christian church, services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. Rev.
T. W. G'afton, pastor. Morning
subject. "The Group Around the
Cradle." Evening, "If Jesus Came
to Rock Island," a Christmas ser
mon. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:S0 p. m.
At the Central Presbyterian,
Rev. John II. Kerr, pastor, special
C hristmas mnsic. Morning subiect.
"The Message of the Angel;" even
ing, "W hy Christ Jesus Came Into
the World." The annual offering for
foreign missions will be made at the
morning service. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. "E. at C:45
At the United Presbyterian.
a special Christmas service for the
members of the Sunday school and
their friends at 10:30 a." ni. An ex
cellent program has been prepared in
waicn a numocr oi tne scnoiars take
part, good singing and a short ser
mon by the pastor on "The Birth of
Christ." In the evening at 7:30 the
pastor will preach on "Why Christ
Came." Sabbath school at 9:33 a.
m. Young people's meeting at 6:45
At the First Baptist, preachinar
uy the pastor, Kev. C. E. Taylor,
Ph. D. Services arranged with
special reference to the Christmas
season. Morning subject, "The Un
speakable Gift." Evening, No
Room for Jesus." and a Christmas
poem to bo read by Mrs. Taylor,
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m., George
H. Kingsbury, superintendent. B.
i. r. u. meeting at 6:3" p. m., con
ducted by the pastor. Topic, "The
Overture of the Angels." Special
music ana program.
in tne ears, sometimes a roarini'.
buzzing sound, are caused by ca
tarrh, that exceedingly disagreeable
and very common disease. Loss of
smell or of bearing also result from
catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the
great blood purifier, is a peculiarly
successful remedy for this disease.
rmcn it cares by purifvinc the
Hood's pills are the best after din
ner pills, assist digestion, prevent
THE LEADING MARKET.
Get at 8rroeder'l Tarantbtte
street Market :
Wild Ducks. Quail,
Jack Rabbits, . Opossum.
Prime roasts of all kinds: oysters
and celery. Fresh lobsters and tur
tles, and all kinds of fresh tish.
Small live pigs dressed to order.
Lleeaaod to Wed.
Dec. 13. Claus Von Fostel, Miss
Louisa Stohr, Rock Island.
17. James B. Cook. Miss Lydia A.
18. Robert S. Woodbnrn, Miss M.
Estcllc Martin, Hillsdale.
Fred Wright, Miss Fninia Whort
19 Charles W. Hunter. Miss
Clara Starr, Rock Island.
John Albert Fors, A oodhull; Miss
Ella Florence Bergman, Moline.
20. Ira Day Millard, Ida M. E.
1 bis I'Jtb century rontplcuona in hifttory a
an epoch of munreloni aJvincement, Steam
ah p, rnilw), telegraph and many of he
ach'.cvemeute we p.ize ra hi-.'n'y arc the off 'prinn
of this crard era. HUM abrrart a ith Uic wo c!er
f ul impim-i-m-nte in wirnce and art la tre n?1 le
n-marfcahlc pmgn-M In the mef.icul world a e
emplifird in so efllcler.tand powerful arcftnrallvr
a Or. rUrre tioliin Medici-i Pior tf acroiu-
pliftrn ro -e-di!T wltit formerly was ejmid-
rrcu iiao-fil)le. It will not riftar rlehl !
blii.d rye nor icsnre a heal.hy drcnlaiioa in a
wcydin Uiz nut conumin!on la Its ear if r
Steven, j icid to il !
J:tu.ei n. t'henowtth. of Oalc. Nnrkoll rotintr,
Neb., wrote Dr. Pierce a fo'lw: "In June,
lfW, I wee taken wlrh the frlp and brcan sot
after to congh ap a hard euboUace. naliaiea
the lum; would b lialf as lard an a coffee berry.
The ph. sicians raid I bad eunoump ion la the
atnrift form, but tbry did aie no root. I then took
ti. ld-a Medical DhcoTery" anil it ! now been
one 3 ear since I conphed or expectorated any
bard aubftttnee. Besides I weigh more thaa
ever did In my life."
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton . . . .7 50
Discount lor cash, per ton 25
Cancel coal per ton C OO
Indiana hlock per ton 4 00
Kentneky lump per ton 4 25
Cartage added on less than ton or
ders. E. G Fkazkr.
Wbea Bahy was Eick, Jwe ra-e Yrr Caforla.
When she was a Child, abe cried for Caiftoria,
Wlien she became Tlim, cba clung to Castoria.
When aba bad Cbildrea, she save Ibeeu (
Children Cry for
That car wondrrful rrintdy
aW I l VTl ' a-hl. h BwimkM hl.i l.letk Sr
M be within the if nrh of all bav rrrinrVd tit Wt
gprirv w wvbmb tvwnwr V T twine. tvwara VI
fravuda, couuterf t?itB aal ulirtitate.
TAKE NOTHINQ BUT
. . - Ml BY ALL Rf-ClTS. . . .
rarWrltw tnp twwik ' Tn MAnmrc. M,a(1a
grrra. THC BBAPirLP itrt LATWUOV-M
aale Prprt ,!.. iUaHa. Urn. S
fmJe a WeU
raiiH i.i ra.
II ALIO XOtb Say.
PTTfll A1V A ft.
llataees tea Aaore KesmUa an S0 Ha, a. it acts
powcriuny ana quickly. Cure, when all others
mi. ine men will refrain their loft manhood
ana old men will mcovor their youthful vmkh
uy uaiug tiialIS. Itqulekiy and surely re
atorea Nervousness, uost Vitality. Inipotency,
Nightly Fmissiona, Lost Power, Falling Mem
ory. Wasting l'iBcases. and all eflccts of self
obuae or excess and Indiscretion. Wards oB
insanity ana consumption. Insist an havicc
VITALIS, t other. Can be carried in vent
pocket. Hy mall. ft.Sw per neekase. or six for
W.. with a aesitWe aril taa raai aatsa as car
Or refaad tar amaey. t'trcular free. Address
uia sli au.ae.ux unrui, uuraea, lit.
For sale at Rock Island by Harper Boasa Pbar
macj and William Clendenia, Drnixlat. Molina.
La. .AaaaawW 421 A
.. a.VVyt i.a.waa.atayvy. t .VVSjp
THIRi r yamra eWratte of CaatarUltttaia.afavtBac "f
anjiUxaaw art yraonw. peaaltw TJt f,t writ Kwr-..c.
It la onqnaationahly thafceat reanaajrfor Infant, mni CilMrea
taa wM hmm eV.r tawrarav lt la knBa4ma.CMIar liL. It It
Eire taw liltli. It will tat tkir Hwa.lnll Mother. li,,v.
oanetbinar mfclels U b.alutaly aai djBUcai!pOTfet .a
CaatoHa aerf7n Worm .
Caatoria allays FcTwrtafcataaa.
Caatorta , prwweatta wwsatHau; 9emrCur4L
Caatria csrraa TMarrbena mmi Wind Cplle.
Caatoria TtlUmwm TeetVlne TrwMti.
Cauiorta jmiaJComnTtlynttoai mmA TTatalemey.
CatHaectrmIU. taa rntt at rt-Wwiicta fT orrr-!aw wo e I
Cariotmtmmrjlm, uphmm.rMhjer nareotle pro perl r.
CaataTanaafmna tAa foo4. rcwlj?hgta3taeli aad taw-el ,
rfrtma; kaalt by aad natwrai alap.
Caatorin la t WfJ fa aa)alJatlaa onl-It ljktald 1 walk.
Don't alkw yjns teasll ysa .Tttnc alsa aw lf wlea or p rem lit
that It la " jnat a. rJljaaSrlll nwarrrjawy pwp-!!
Seajhat tow get C-A-8-T-O-H-I-A.
Children Cry fcr
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Keating
and Plambing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, 111. Tel. No. 1289
N'e Aretits fur tb.: Fa-man.
IXCOdPUK ATCD CSDKX TBI STATS LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Koch Island, III.
(ftam daily tor a a. m. la S p. m and Ratardty actun-s from I to 8 eVmes
Flm per oant lalare&t paid on Deposits. lfion7 toanad on I'wraoaa c 1
iaieral or Real Estate eecnrlty.
P. L. MlTliniUX, l-Tu. . r X DBNAHAKN. Vic isasl. I If ucroiiD. er.
P L. r trha'L P. C.
0rma tiu'iM ,'riy s. I4KI. aed oecnpr tnt
JOHN V. PAKItMiR.
paridom ts son
Painters and Decorators
SnCF. 413 SrMztcctla St. Z2ZZ ISLATIS. ILL.
1 11 kin I of earpente
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth
9. P. Tbsaix
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
ousw Heatitig and Sanitarr Plumbing Haaetrtont Rock Island Nat. liana
Shop and Residence
fcbop n Vina Btrt
City rBua and Express Line
For Bos or Express Lins lelephoM 1141. and too will rec ivr
TTTlBBSTi A ITT, fc tigllMCEIt, Props.
la aw aTery
Sec. ai:l J'i u-
V i Ja
U -.i sj- 5 'KS1'-
Oakrnn. Jntii Ceabaafb. Pill MnekelL, B. P. Iiali, L. tit,
a. W Hurrt. J. M. Uafinl. iu tt
JAintAoa ecasT, rVlitor.
ana' be est tni r t of alitr'. t e-ic, t. i . r
UKVSr A. PAKIiviw
tirnftal J.sinff dm on tn v. t.
aad aaU-fa4iuti yaiirut.4
No.Sn Third avenue.
nn SIXTH AVENUE,