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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1895.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
f"IIICAGO, ROCK 1SLA1CD PACIFIC
Railway Depot comer Fifth avenue and
Thlrty-r-rt net. Fnnk H. Hummer, Agent.
Pnr LimrlaJ A Omit!!
Ft. Worth, Denver K. C.
OauhiADi'i Xolnet. ......
.Omaha RjDUk cur
Omaha A Dea Moines Ex...
tOmaba Dot afotnea Kz..
llenver, Lincoln A Omaha...
St. Paul at M inneapol s
fit, Paul A Minneapolis....
Dnw. Ft. Worth A K. "
k !' Sat am
t Ti:no ami v:-ei
Tl :40 am :t5.a-.
!-: amlt 5:15 am
i x:auam;r a:iuam
il:S0am;t 5:15 am
:ASO am til rlf) om
tKauM. city A St. Joaepb.
ltoca laimnil Waabirurut-a.
IChicaro Alies Molnea
.1 -AA & . l.A am
1SS :S0 am It S:m pm
it i:ai: pmit 7MI am
a Arrival, t Departure. tDnily.exceplSnndar.
Allulneradslry. Telephone 10W.
r. U. PLcaasa. Agl
BUKLINUToN ROUTS C. B. Q. UAIL
way Depot First avenue atul Sixteenth
street, at. J. Younc, agent.
I I. SATS, j ASJUVa.
, B-Uaai' 7:ipai
Bi Lonu Bxpreas..,
H ubuis AAfnwr .......... . .wjihi
Starling Dubuque a St. Pan; ts. pan
Ucardatown Paseeneer i 2:5 inn.
t:i pm;" 7: am
pn 1 1:13 am
binllpg. Unbiiqno a M.Panl.t 1 5 an
ialjr. tOaily except Kuudiy.
CniCAOO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
Railway Racine A Southwestern DtTitlon
Depot Twentieta atreet, bat ween Pirat aim
Second avennea, X. D. W. Holmes. Agent.
Mall and BzpreM.... TO as
Bt. Paul Elprees. ...... . .. 4 :tJpin
Dock Island Pkoria Kailwav
,v IVprt Firat Avenue and Twentieth atreet.
If. A. Kockweli, Agunt. . , , . .
7 rTi am
Faat Mail Express
pmriaWay Fn ii'M.
Cable (via Sherrani) Ac.
Cable Accommodation ..
DCIILINtiTON, Ckdak Kapids
Northern Railway, depot foot cf Brad)
atreet, Davenport, jae. Morton, Gen. Tk't 41
Da Ten port Train.. Lv I Arrive
Paaeenuar ...... ............ b ;4o pai:blu:H5 am
Freight b7:30 , m blttM am
Wert Linenv Train"
I8 :4S pmJbttjCXMua
a Daily. BUany except bnnaay. tttoinz north.
tOolna Month and eaat. o. 18 runs between
Cedar Rapida and West Libeity.
Effective Dec. 24. We offer to the
public best passenger service to
above points as follows:
Lv Rock Island,.. ...8:05 a m 1:45pm 1:45pm
Ar Peoria.. 1130 am 5KB p m 5:(3pm
Lv Peoria lS:C5pm 5:10 pm 8:15 pm
At Bprlngfleld 8:10pm 8:15pm 1:15 am
Ar St. Loaia 7:10 p m 6:50 a m
Ar JackaonTlUe-.... Mlpn
Passengers have ample time to pro
cure Iinner or Lunch . at Peoria
Lv St. Lcnla 7:45 a m
Lv Springfield 11 :W a m
Lv Jackaonville 7:n a m
Ar Rock Inland 7:50 pm
(ien. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Rock Island, 111.
Who does not want
her washing done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to I 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
, and labor.
. Follow them and you
' - f will find you have
't struck a good thing.
! C3IAT SCC2!TnT.AT.S TA3 SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and
. removes grease, paint
yjtxrnocH & Ralston
Soap Maker. Book Inlaid.
Consumers ofdewiy tkcconb
are willinjto ps) a little more tk
me price cJiaed for lie ordio)
trade tobaccos, will find thia
brand superior ball clierc
BEWARE OF IMIX010IIS.
State Savings Bank,
Moi.inr, Ii.l.., Oflioc Corner
. Fifteenth tit. ant Third Ave.
Cncceeia the Muline Savmga Bank.
Utgtnixed 1ML . . .
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
OrganK';d nner State T awp.
Open from 9 a. m. to ft p. m , and
- , wedneWay and baiarday nigbu from
7 to 8 p.m.
Poster Skixmr, - - Pmid nt.
Uiui DaKUNo. - President.
C. F. Btiravir, - - C'a-liUr.
Porter SKiKt.r.0. I!nua Dari ini:.
II. II. A iMawtknTH, Can. I!. EiiwAbim,
C-F.llan&NU'AT, V. A. Pmb,
C. R. Aixsworth, w. II. Adam,
W. W. WELL.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mad for private partlea In the aardee
apot of the west by the
Orchard State iiai k
Of Oat II A KD. KK3HASKA.
K. W. Dart, President,
J. 8. DafeT Jaehie.
MlteheD Lynde, Bachera.
J. t. ttobtnaon, caabier Hock laiand Nat .una)
C. Carter. W. D.
'07 Dart's vrbileae 4roen
R preinting o-rcr 40 IiKhn Lvjilnra
of Onab aeiH;
T Llfa. Tornado- '
Bontti nf Sarysn!r
OFflca BeopatoB'e block ttoca I-laaO, Hie
tVFMeare otir ra:ea: U:e will lniereM yon.
J. M BUFORD
a.reneral . .
Tea oid Ftre and T n-bM (memuiw
Losses PrsaptlT Pui.
mw a aaj reliable company cae afior
Voar Patronae-e w aol'WI.
His Prices on
1717 Second At.
Minnesota Sends a New Man
to the Senate.
EJUTE HELSOU TTEJS TEE PEIZE.
He Will Leave tlje Uabernatorlal Chair
Only to Dm the Senatwrtal Twgi Fail are
of an Attempt nf Washbara Mn to Make
a CoanbanaUoa oa jsba Llpd Sketch of
Neliaa'CaKcr Cullotn'o Selection Itatl
fled. St. Pai l, Jan. 24 The to houses of
the Minnesota legislature in joint session
voted for a successor to Senator W. D.
Washburn. The developments of tho
niglit showed that Sir. Washburn's re
election was impossible, nnd his forces
tried to throw his atrenth to ex-Con
gressman John Land. Mr. 1inrt, after
looking over the situation, refused to en
ter the fight and the Washburn support
ers concluded to voto for the senator to
the last, although hopeless of electing
him, hoping to prolong the fight and
thereby defeat Governor Nelson, to whom
they attributed Washburn's defeat.
When the two houses had assembled
and organized, the roll was called and
Governor Knute Nelson shown to have
been elected. Ileforo tho announcement
of tho vote there wero several changes
made by members and the announced re
sult was: Knute Nelson, KC; W. I).
Washburn, Si; S. G. Comstock, ; J. T.
McC'leary, 2; Ignatius Donnellv, Pop.,
11; John Lind, I: William Mitchell,
Dem., 4 Speaker Vansant thereupon de
clared that Knuto .Nelson, having re
ceived a majority of the vote of the legis
lature, was elected senator for the six
years after March 4 next. The governor
was brought lieforo tho legislature and
returned his thanks fur the great honor
conferred in a brief speech and the joint
(Governor 3?eloa's Career
Knuto Nelson was born near Brgon,
Norway, Feb. 2, l&K, and cauiu to Amer
ica in 1819, and settled In Dane county.
Wis. Ho graduated from the Albion
( Wis. ) academy. Me served through the
war as a private and non-commissioned
officer in Company B of the Fourth Wis
consin infantry. He was n'lnilttei to tho
bar in lti7, served in the Wisconsin legis
lature in 1S!W and 1&63. Removing to
Alexandria, Minn., he served as county
attorney in 1872-3-1, and was in the stnte
senate in 1S75-0. lie was a presidential
elector in UK); was elected to the Forty
eighth congress by 12,01 plurality, by
1 "-.-,; JO to the Forty-ninth, and to the Fif
tieth congress by 41,UX majority. In
1)2 he was elected governor by il.'VJJ
plurality, and re-elected lost fall by a plu
rality if over 60,000.
CULLOM FORMALLY ELECTED.
Sensational Speech Made by Hamtr la the
SPRIXGFIELD, Jan. 24. In the senate
Hamer, in speaking in support of a reso
lution for General McClemand's pension
look occasion to say some very caustic
things about General Grant and his
treatment of his subordinate generals,
Thomas and McClernand. During the
late war, General Grant, Hamcr said, was
cruel and unjust; his retirement of Gen
eral McClernand was most unwarranted
and a disgrace to the state of Illinois.
This speech created a profound sensation
in the senate and in a short time was tho
subject of much gossip in both houses.
The house and senate assembled in joint
session at high noon to canvass the vote
taken on United States senator. Presi
dent Pro Tern. Bogardns directed the sec
retary of the senate to read that portion
nf the senate journal relating to the elec
tion of I'nited States senator. The clerk
of the house then read a corresponding
portion of the honse journal at the re
quest of Speaker Meyer.
The names of the senators and represen
tatives who voted for Cullom were read
and then those who voted for MacVeagb.
It was announced that Cullom had re
ceived a majority and Speaker Meyer
formally declared him legally elected to
represent Illinois in the United States
senate for the next six years beginning
from March 4, 1S&. senator Cullom then
addressed the joint session.
Madison, Wis., Jan. al Mills pre
sented a petition in the senate calling
upon congress to suspend action for the
present on the bill of the Altamonte
Power company for a franchise to dam
the St. Louis river. It is intended to
head off a scheme that will give Ouluth
a decided advantage as a manufacturing
town over Superior. In the assembly a
large number of petitions and bills were
introduced. A tail by B. nicer provides
that every owner of a homestead a ball
be entitled to an estate of a homestead
to the value of tV..io In land and build
ing which shall be exempt from seizure.
Mora Pavrer for Gothaaa'a Mayo.
ALBA3T, N. Y., Jan. 24. The assembly
has passed the power of removal bill
which Is designed to give the mayor of
New York the power to remove the chief
of departments in the city government.
The vote was lufl to la.
Seaatar I'erkia succeeds Mianaair.
SACUAMLSTO, Jan. 8. George C Per
kins was chosen United States senator to
succeed himself for the unexpired term of
the late Senator Stanford by the legisla
ture. De Young gut but sixteen votes ia
Strong Words of Geaerai Laoiaa FairehUd
at a Baaaaaa.
Chicago: Jan. 24. At the banquet of
the Ohio society one of the speeches, the
last one, was General Lucius Fairchild of
Wisconsin. Among other things he said:
"But I want to aay a word to yon,
young men. When you are old and gray
and stand in the places we stand In today
and tell of ISM and 1895, of the thou
sands of men controlled by the devil,
striking down your country's laws, will
you be able to tell of as honorable on end
to the struggle as came to our struggle of
lstil? If the present condition of riot and
murder and bloodshed are to continue, if
law is to be set at naught, if irresponsi
ble, ignorant bodies of men are to con
tinue to rule our elections, if these leaders
are to escape death nt the cannon's mouth
or the hangman's noose, I would to God
the rebellion hod never been put down.
It were better we had never poured out
our blood and gold to save the republic,
if vou young men cannot now enforce tho
laws of the republic.
VI am glad my three-score years and ten
are drawing to a close. I saw enough
bloodshed in lSOl and '2 and '3 and '4 and
'&. The scenes of today sicken me. I am
glad my life is nearly done."
General Fairchild's voice trembled with
emotion as he reached his climax and
the grny beards about him drowned his
words in applause. Ho continued to de
nounce the labor element, strikers and
rioters in unmeasured terms and urged
the ruthless slaughter of "the turbulent
who hold the nution's laws in scorn." He
closed with an apology if he had "said
WILL SEEK A DIVORCE.
Why SI. Ctiiniier-l'erler Iteslsned
Pai:is, Jan. 24. The causes that led to
the resignation cf M. Casimir-Perier are
now known. The ex-president is on tho
point of seeking to obtain a divorce from
Mine. Cusimir-Pcrier, and the causes for
this arc already of
quite a long stand
ing. As a matter'
of fact tho first
steps in tho pro
ceedings had -already
by M. Cusimir-Pe-rier's
when he became
president of the
republic. At th:it
time the mother
intervened. aud her
duced him to ac-
cept the high office MME. C.VMMIR PERIEB.7
to which he had been cal! xl In the hopes
that the official and public life he and
Mine. Casimir-l'erier would bo forced to
lead, would put un end to their disagree
ments. But the misunderstandings became
worse and M. Cislmir-Perier found that
the joys of political power did not com
pensate him fur his domestic annoyances.
At the palace of justice it is said that the
divurc is imminent. Tho most intiuiato
friends of thu ex president jude his con
duct very severely.
Green Goods ilea Wonted.
NEW YOKE, Jan. 2 .John Sheffield of
Manchester, N. Y., got the best of a green
g:io'js operator in Taylor's hotel, Jersey
City, and captured 1,(1X worth of crisp
new greenbacks. Slicllijld aftcrwurd
called at police headquarters, exhibited
the money, and informed Chief Murphy
how he had done the trick. He came
ilown upon invitation of the gang, went
to the hotel with them, was shown the
money, hit tho man who had it with a
club, grabbed the money, and got away.
The green goods men, of course, have
made no complaint, and Sheffield keeps
the money. '
Iiaatardly Oyaamite Outrage.
SAILT Ste. Iauie, Mich., Jan. 24. An
attempt was made to blow tip the home
of Miss Emma C. Nason with dynamite.
She is at the head of King's Daughter's
and Son's mission, and has .been largely
instrumental in breaking up the brothels
of the city, thus incuriug the enmity of a
certain class. One side of the house wai
demolished and windows were shuttered
ull over the building. Miss Nasuu nar
rowly escaped death, having but a mo
ment before been standing on tho porch
directly over the dynamite and after the
fuse had been lighted.
The Sugar Inquiry Caaca.
Washington, Jan. 24. The coses of
F.ivcrton L. Chapman and John S.
Stiriver, two of the witnesses who refused
the questions put to them by the senate
suar trust investigating committee last
summer, have reached the United States
supreme court. Attorneys appeared for
the two defendants and presented mo
tions for leave to hie petitions for writs of
ha'ueas corpus. It is -understood that the
cases have been selected as test cases, that
of Chapman by the brokers and that of
Shriver by the newspaper correspondents.
t rench Win Crop for 1X91.
Washington, Jan. t-4. According to
United St:ttes Consul Wiley at Bordeau,
the French wine crop for 194, including
Corsica and Algiers, amounted to LI1V
bTO.UUU gallons, valued at tlivjXJ.WO, nt
Vi cents fier gallon. The crop was small
er than iu the preceding year by 2Ho,44.','
WXI in France proper, owing to rain, but
was still in excess of the average crop.
The quality can nut yet be fully de
termined, but the prk-e augments every
ire la a Llv-ry Stable.
Fokt WoUTil. Jan. 4 Fire broke out
in a livery siablu on Busk street and
burned a half I I--ci of frama buildina
Kleven head of horses were burned iu the
stable. The brewery was on lire at one
time, but was saved. Total loss t20,Uuu,
6aiag a Hallway for Fire Damage.
SlPEltioa. Wis., Jan. 24. An echo from
the famous forest fires of lost summer is
fonnd in complaints filed in court against
tie F.tstern Minnesota Kail way company
by Mitchell & MeCiure and thi Duncan
Brewer Lumber company for fa6,133 and
.i6.Jfl6 resjectively for pine destroyed. It
is alleged that the railway company was
negligent in allowing combustible mate
rials to art!tnn!::tc along the line.
Kobbm Got K,too. '
Ottlmwa, I.a. Jan. SL The prelim
inary trial of Fran. Batcman developed
the fact that to. 4 JO in cast and 1 2,000 to
iluvk aud drafts were taken .by the rub
ier Jan. 12. who held uo tha "O," No. 4.
Newfoundland is now discussing the
question of con tie ra: ion with Canada,
and the g iveruuient will send a delega
tion to the Dominion to negotiate terms.
It is allegc.l that the movement of the
Japanese in the vicinity of Che-Fuu,
China, has so worked up t he Chinese that
outlying missionary stations arc in dan
ger of attack by mobs.
W. D. Parsons' large sawmill west of
SpringSsld. Ills., was blown up by tho
bursting of a Niller. Will Parsons, aged
IT, was killel. T.:e building and ma
chinery nre ruined.
The school board of St. Joseph. Mo . lin
voted unanimously to e:;H-I any fiupil
using cigarettes. Whether oa or off the
The Kev. J. I Brar.t, of Toledo, O.,
has assumed tl-a rote of a Park hurst tn
nttaekiug tho poiit-e force from his pulpit.
i'l:e chief st:iru .1 out to c!mtl- the min
ister, but was Oissauded by his friends.
An investigation is promised.
Obituary: At Loudon, KJward Solo
mon, the composer and ex husband of
Liiiian Eassell. At Janesville, Wis.,
Mrs. Nancy A. Dodge Mclx-an, 70. At
Boston. Arthur JL Forester, the writ r
and poi-t. At Princeton, Ills , Mrs. John
V. Swopo, 74
Sheriffs shov.ld bs allowed to open the
convspondencc of prisoners in tho interest
of discipline and safe custody is the bur
den of a report made by thu house judici
Joseph P. Plants, a fugitive mntrfstmte
from Nauaimo, it. C, charged with em-la-zzlement,
has been urrestcd at Seattle.
Paua, Ills., eit'X 'lis have contributed
thirty car loads of coal nud provisions for
thedestitute of Nebraska and Kansas.
Dr. S:iens Peiiii, president of the Argen
tine Kepublic, has resigned. Souor I'ri
burn was chosen to succeed him
Countess Oynina, wife of the JajMinese
general who conducted the Port Arthur
campaign, is n Yassnr graduate.
Benjamin Van Tyle, of Hoosick Falls,
N. V'., a colored man, has just celebrated
the 114th anniversary of his birth. He
was born a slave in New York state and
was sold three tim.-s.
Voane Men Take Warning.
Alar, how prevalent are thoss disretr'aj dl
fares and weaknesses wbicb make jonng
men prrmatnrelf old, pile, littles, low aplriled,
Irnzuid. easily tired, for.ctfal. Incapable; fill
mad-boocs and wi n the lirt cf tilc!riea; m-r-arate
bii'bamls and wives: bring untu!d suffering
to million, even nnto tbe Ih'rd and fonrth gener
ation. The ..mirted will rerrfrn! only to3
plainly n whnt rlars of mnadlexwe refer. A
complete tnd mrientillc treatf.c (cnt only In pWfn
eealed envelope) nn receipt or tvn cent tbert
of postage.) If Inrloa: d with tl It net ire lo World
Plapenrary Medical Atoriation, SIP! Main ttrcit
Buffalo, S. T.
Whr.i Baby was sick, we gave her Oastorhv
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became 3!ias, she riling to Castoria.
When aba had Children, she gave them Castorhv
Children Cry for
Buffer untold mir-ert?fi ftam n MTti-a of delicacy
they cannot overcome.
BRADPIELD'S By Aroasingto
Female Regulator. "ITC
ACT5 AS A SPECIFIC.
It causes health to bloom, and Joy to reign
throughout tbe frame.
. . IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE.
My wife has Wn nnriT treatment of W-aritnir phy
nfrianfl tfirte y"tr-, without rrnnt. After utnjr
ture rtottlfsnf buAlriEl.i'p KkmalS Keoi Lato. tit
Oavn tlo utTuwa cvuKintf. niillcinar nml wanthinr"
S. S. 1 IKY an, Uenderswu, Ala.
BBADFIKLD BEGI I.AT0R CO., Atlanta. .
Bold by drugsUta at 6 LOO per tMttla.
A&4e a Well
THE GBEAT aookjl
FDCtlnu bpii rriw
ITalares Ika Above Keaalts la SO Da;. It acts
powerfully and quickly. Cures wben all others
taiL Y ut.R men will retrain their lost manhood,
and ola int-n will recover their youibful viror
by osic? VITALIS. It quickly and surely re
stores NervouHiii-is, Ia;1 Valalilr, Impotency,
Nistitlv Emissions, Ixwt Power, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting iliseavs. and a! I e Sects of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards off
insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS. no other. Can be carried in vest
pocket. By mail. S I.OAper package, or six for
ft. OH, wltk a paitia wrlttea aanaates ta ears
fir rrfsad the awr. Cirrul.ir tree. Addreaa
CALLXLT la.ai.lll CXXPAn, Cakaco, Id.
For sale at Rock laland by Barncr BonM Phar
macy and William Clendenln, Drugiriat, Molina.
o m si
Castoria is Dr. Samncl Pitcher's prescription for InCwts
and Cbildren. 1 1 contains ncitlicr Opium. Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is n laarmless Fitbstitnte
for Parcsroric. Drops, Soothing Sjraps. and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant, Its guarantco ia thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fCTcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomitinjj Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
tectb.in.jj troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Castoria la an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mutbers have repeatedly tuld me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. O. C. Onaon,
Cantoris is the best remejr for children of
which I am acquainted. 1 hope t lie day is cot
for distant when mothers w i tl consider the real
interest of their children, and uso Castoria in
stead of the varidusquack nostrumswhich arc
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing a., nip and other hurtful
agents down their throaty thereby sending
then, to prematura craves.
Da. J. F. TancrntijOE,
TTaa Centaur Company, TT
T F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Heating
and Plumbing Co.
Mot Water Heating
119-121 V 17th St.
Rock Island. 111. Tel. No. 128S
Sole Agents for the Pnncan.
HCCORPOfvATF.D CNUKtt TDK 1TATK LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hock Island, III.
Opon dally from v s. m. to t p. nu, and Saturday evecicgs from t to 8 .Y oa.
Five per cent Interest pa!d on Doposlts. Money loaned on Personal oc
lateral or 'Real Estate sooarity
orficriu : .
F. L. aUTCHSI A, Ites I. T C. DB1TK1I ANN, Vice Prosl. J Bfj BUFOBII, CasalCT.
P. L. altctsl), F. C. iMekr-nrr.. Jnbn Crabtncb, Phil Mltrbell, H. P. Boll, L. Slnor,
K. W lior. t, J. M. Biiford, Ji.bn Voik.
Joaaoa A beaaT, Solkwtors.
Be-raa bosiaeas July 1, 18, ana ocenpy tt-.a annthefrt rnrnernf TSItcben M Lynda's aaw kalldlac
All kind, of c.irpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
1. V. BoaawrniLD. '
Pliimbers, Staam, Gas Fitters.
onse Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Inland Nat. Bank
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. Si i Third avenue.
Garpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, SO: 221 SIXTH AVESUE,
Shop on Viieb'trHst. VOCK I si. WD
Own bteck from Central Park, larxest ia Iowa.
City Bils and Express Lino
For Baa or Express Line telephone 1141. and yon will receive
TTPH3HI.Agga. 8PiaCK, FroptV.
" Ca.nri Is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend tt aa superior to any prvarriptioa
known to at,"
IT. A. Aacan.aT.
lit So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, K. Y.
Our phyideians in the children's depart
ment have spokea liichly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Caatoria,
and although wa only havo among our
medical supplies what is known aa regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Cartons has wua us to look with
favor upon it."
I7sm IlasPTTAi. axn Dis
I Alls C Smith, Pm.,
Murray Street, Mew York City.
See. and Tre as.
General Jobbing done on abort notice
and aautfactkra 'naranuwd
tte Brady streat
aH rdMW af Cat riow.rn eounantly on banc.
a lh f pi-
9U1 Beady atrset, navwnpnrt, la