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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 5, 189C
tiijg the Stomachs and Dowels of
Promote s D igestionCheeTf 11I7
ncss and rxst.Contains neither
Opium.MorpliuiC r Mineral.
J! x Jama
UZrm Seed -
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
ri2ss andLoss or SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
IS ON THE
And Where They Stand as to Re
vision cf the Tariff.
QUESTIOB OF GOISG EJTO CAUCUS.
exact copyc? WRAPPEa.
LStoria z vzi to ia oat-cue bottloe ealy. It
: net soil ia balk. Ecc't allow aiiTcns to ull
yoi anjrliiaj else ea the plea or promise that it
la jzst as Bcoa aBa wi" answer every psr
ig psse. Bm that yon got O-A-8-T-O-B-I-i.
Tei -lft .T X Cr 7 v U BB
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Havs you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsli, Specialists
Oi the I hksgo Medical Institute Pertuationtly Iccited la J.a?o;v?r, Iowa
D1S. T. M. WALSH,
Farmer j Oi a r Frornu oi In two of QUca&el
tadleg ctdicsU colleges,
Intimation That They Will Wait To Be
lavited Before Deciding Impression
That tlie Coming Session Will Sea H Isn
portant Legislation, the Tendency Belay
to Wait and Sea Haw the Senate fctaads
Next March Peffer'a Tariff Vfewa.
Washington, Dec 5. There are now
quite a number of senators in this city
who walked out of the Republican na
tional convention. Senators Cannon.
Dubois and Pettigrew are here, and
met at the Capitol yesterday, but dis
cussed matters only in a general way.
There has been some sacculation as
to whether these former Republican
senators would attend future Republi
can caucuses. One of them when
questioned said that it would be time
enough for him to decide when he was
Invited to a caucus, and called atten
tion to the fact that notices always
are served on Republican senators that
a caucus Is to be held.' "The burden
of determining our standing in the par
ty rests with those who call the caucus."-
he said. "If we are asked to
participate we will then decide what
to do." Another senator said that he
would not attend any caucus at pres
ent, and would await developments.
General Tendency I to Wait Awhile.
Teller, of Colorado, and Mantle, of
Montana, have not yet arrived, and it
Is quite probable that there will be no
concerted action on the rart of the
siver men until the arrival of the
former. The general impression of the
silver senators Is that no Important
legislation can be passed at this se
ston. There is also an impression that
the Republicans and the silver men
would prefer that nothing be brought
to an issue until after the various sn
atorial elections in the western states.
when the complexion of the silver and
independent forces in the next sonate
will be more definitely ascertainable.
As Viewed by Senator l'cttlgrew.
Senator Pettigrew in an interview
said he did nut consider the prospects
for tariff legislation at the approaching
session very good, but added that he
was a protectionist and opposed to ob
struction. "I should like to see the Re
publicans given all the protection they
want," he said, "in order that the coun
try might discover that it is not the
want of protection which is at fault
In the present condition of affairs.'
Senator Baker, of Kansas, also thinks
the prospect for the passage of tha
Dingley bill very meagre, and is strong
ly opposed to it. He expressed the
opinion that the question of an extra
session of congress next spring would
depend largely on the result of sena
torial elections this winter.
ALL DEPENDS OX THE SENATE.
Fetter Gives an Outline of His Views an
the Tariff Question.
"If It became clear as the result of
these elections that the Republicans
have a majority of the senate favora.
ble to the passage of a protective bill it
would be worth while to call a special
session, but otherwise it appears to me
that it would eb a useless experiment,'
Senator Peffer yesterday denied the
report telegraphed from Topeka that
he entered into an agreement in re
gard to the tariff In connection with
his campaign for re-election. "The dis
patch is wholly untrue," he said, and
i continued: "I have no managers any.
where, and have not made or promised
any agreements relating to my re-elee
tion. Next week s edition of the To
peka Advocate will contain an article
giving my tariff views. They are in
brief these: I never favored high du
NEHVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive draics. aloeDlessncBS. threatened in- ties on any articles except luxuries, and
rsu.iy, w.inn munyTj, uboioi aoiuxiQcs, or any oi'er eouaicoa sue Xo nervous x'uasaaa.
C.Vi'AjlP.H Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bhoomatisiii. Scrofula. STpLtlla. Blood,
aHowar.ce to their hi-ir. nhilc tha
amount paid Is dctascI thrvsh the
death of invalid pcnl.:ners leaving no
detendents. The trtal numl.tr cf our
pensioners in foreim countries was a.
TS1. who were rll $".S2.;Ui An In
crease from ti to $12 lr month in r
omnu ndVd for nil wholly disabled and
destitute HcxkT.n war survivors.
Referring to the TaciBc railway's ebt
the secretary thinka the refunding
n.eaeuixs would be f-llures and adds:
"In my Judgment It la much better
for the government to accent a lump
im in cash for its claim aratnst these
roads, if by doing so the claims caa
be settled and the connection between
the government and the only ronds it
has ever aidI by dlrt subsidy be
effectually severed. Such a solution of
this vexed question t: 1 nr.-t with
the heartv epproval of the people gen
erally, and relieve the legislators and
all branches of the government of a
troublesome prcl.-U-in and a trying
COCNTEKFEIT tlN OF SIUT.R.
Mint Director Rav Thoy Are Made Almost
Impossible or Drtretlan.
Washington. Dec. 5. In his annual
report the director of themint states
there is no doubt that the silver coins
of the Vnlted States are now being
counterfeited, exactly similar to the
genuine ones in sise, weight and de
vices. Some of these coins cannot be
distinguished from the gt-nuire even hr
experts. A very dangerous connterf. lt
silver half dollar has made its appear
ance In the east and west, the weight
of which Is V: grains with a fineness
of CiTifc. while the weight cf the gen
u!ne Is 102.9 of the fineness 890. The
profit of the counterfeiter is no".v about
100 per cert.
So far the best known rrotcctlon
againts the counterfeiting of coins has
been found to be the lettering placed on
the edges, similar to that on the first
coinages of the I'nlted States or of tha
5-franc piecee of France. The director
re.mmen.ls that autt-orlty be given
the secretary of the treasury ta have
f xrerinrents roa1 to d-termln tle
best means of pr-vr-n.lng the counter
foiling or at Kcrt minimizing the din
ger. SHARKEY STiLL IN HIS BED.
Two rbrlrinn Who Do Not Hclicve tie
Was Hurt la the flhU
San Frambco, Ivc. t Thomas
Sharkey, h was knocked out by
Fitzsimmor-s .n Wednesday night. Is
htlll in U'l wat hed over by three phy-
sh lnns. Thi-y say he Is Improving, l-ut
that it will lie at least a k In-fore he
recovers from the effects -f the Injury
he snys he received from Pltzolitii.Kinu
In the eighth rviin.l. At i--u-t t' of
the physicians who have cT.-imlncd
Shmk-y slne the light l.i not Iwll.-ve
his Injury was reo-lved from Fltzslm
ni'ins. or that It was eaued by a blow
at all. but the g.-ncrally arcvpled Ih-H; (
now Is that he was accidental! fouled
The pool rooms and loikmnker rlr-cli-d
to rash the liets yesterday end
hoiib rs of waeers on Sharkey wers
mnd happy. A sensational story Is tM
n Fperting t Ircd-s concerning an al
'gcd t iegram sent eat. It 1a r-t.il. I f
Danny Neehvm. B'lvi;lng the Tlnin
of large asiounts on Sharkey, with an
hitimation that the t.p was valuable.
DEVIL VERY RUSY,
Or Such Crimes as This Would
Be an Impossibility.
ONE EUIDRID FAMILIES P0IS0XT3
Involvtac Ahoat 600 Vtrtisns mt Sosao Xh
lot's Malifnaaey Whole Doyle Out
put of a Baker with largo ratronago
Dosesl wttb Areeole with tha Prohahlo
Object of Bahsloa- Hie Bamlnees Mllwao-
koo rallco larrstltatlug tha Matter.
Milwaukee, Dec. (.An attempt at
wholesale poisoning. In a large measure
successful, was reported to the ht-alth
department yesterday when Informa
tion was given of the sudden and seri
ous Illness of about one hundred fami
lies, numbering between MO and COO
persons, living In the northwestern part
of the city. The cause of the sickness
was traced to bread sold at a bakery
owned by Otto Flclesthaler. at swf
Sherman street, which has a Very large
trade. Last night an analys's of the
bread showed that It contained ars-tilc.
The t0 hundred poisoned are living.
but a large number of cases are con
sidered serious If not critical.
More Thaa loo faMllfcre K ported.
The first intimation that the health
department had of the poisoning was
the notification by Dr. F. K. Weber that
a family named llerxberg. at
Fourth street, had been taken ill and
the symptoms were those of poisoning.
Later Ir. Ili.bvrt Shearer notified Sec
retary Knolt. of the dior;nienl. of an
other case at l Clark street. From t
o'clock yesterday mornlnguntUCo'clock
last evening the telephone bell In the
office of the commissioner of health was
kept tinging, and at the close of office
hours last night more than loo families
had been reported as suffering from
symptoms of acute poisoning. The
health department ofildnls said that It
was evidently a rase of arsenical poi
soning. The syniptotn are excessive
vomiting, accompanied l.y pains In the
stomaih and severe headache and
rhllls. Dr. Kemprter stated that he
had been notified of the condition of
affairs and had ordered a Complete In-
Iaeks Like a Diabolical Crime.
Mrs. FlglesthabT. he wife of the
baker, stat-d that she thought that
some one deliberately put poison Into
the Ixix containing the flour from whl. h
the bread w as made. It has Iwn the
custom of the Iwker to keep the flour
In the cellar from whleh there are two
fights of stairs that ler.d directly to
the garret. It Is claimed by the lady
who lives aluve the bakery that she
heard some one moving alive In th
gnrret early In the night tx-f'sre the
bread was made, but as she thought
that It was some of the Figh-sthal
family she said nothing about It until
she found out the next morning that
none of the members of the family ha.
been near the garret the night ln-ftre.
The police are convinced from the in
vestigation that arsenic was placed
In the bread with Intent to cause the
d.ath or serious Illness of Flglest baler's
customers, with the object of ruining
his business. Arrests will be made today.
HITT'S VIW OF THE CUBAN REVOLT. SUPPOSED TO BE FIGHTING IN CUBA
Ko "Worrjtn'a Lottor PubUabod
Except by Koquoct-
ThK T1AVI GUIL). .
so Tlra- weaa W iMiKhaestf or bee
tK eitHra.4i et It I r T" e-ioi troi
ccir r.na ovraiie aus
Blre. rtnkham'e Trader TVIsUneia
the hofrcrrag of H.-r oa Woexe
Who Cannot IfiJa ThJ
There Is a c!asi cf srotam srha. from
their own erpct Jeaee. orttinatMae w Ith
their ectTcri-.r 'Mor. ud la ortier
that auch auiunisg
Kay be Ickm-dcJ. co
bly t tuude falr-a
tnrxu-vtv and la
L. Elilotl. i -J- lli
and . has
as to pub-
tacts la her
wise It woula
nA be done, as
all such erlcUmce
b treated la sacreJ confiitcnca, cnVn
pu'-iit-ation is rt-ovt.1cd he the witer.
Kite aara to Mrs. l'iot.an : - i
tridi you vrrcld publish the cbmtn
stanocc cf my cane. So order that o'.h-r
women ma; be bcucLU-d bjr my
I Coctfjrcd neaHr all the time for
two years. I ipi.t fcc-vrral liurdred
I.ust Juue 1 w ro'.e to yua UmI U : rila-d
all mjr ache and jijii.K ru h a V.msr
list OS th-re rr.: b.Jflb, 1..HH
aclie. lH.aHtir-t"Wn psitis. trniMo
aren, tioist'jtMiri. Jirrinrwr, f.-l-lnirof
eitrero Insi1nle. Irrrpcltirr'.y
an I nau.'-a; but yov) anvwcud n.r
b-tlrv and tub! me jutl slut to do. I
f.il-cl yur n.lvbv.
AftV tjl.inu t'I't 1-ittlea of the
Vcjr.-iaJiltf f Miipir:iit and three' tsit-th-s
f l!l.l I'anli'T. I am glad trt
wrUe yu tlial 1 have re it ). cj fe!
pKi health for yfm. at-4 I tint able
to-lo all tt y n v.rk. I rtin untvty
antind the pruisn f Lydla K. I'ink
bsm'a V j'.-t-Mo twnwtnl, and a
tiumbor of my frntids are takinjy U
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St. AaUuniys slosyltal.
Kitio?, Liver mud ii,n dlM&ua C4H be qaltiaUf td pirnumftuUv curtsd hj vox aAvtaOced
VAttitutJi.L,!'- is the modi active cause oi nervou debility. Wby treat
a'pttha with othere when a ircsrsniee son e pernianact ear la seres days by oat paialost
WOMKN Suffering (roui diseases peculiar to their sex should consult its
we hve cured an:ii,y ccs glvun np !i.-pele. and we may be able to core yon. Surgical
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wLii i.ur.i).,.iiM,s sna lesumouiais are tbe liest The numerous ao
kaowiedjfcrnui.u we hitrtreoeivcd from tfto newevatK-re for oar leacrkable ore in botb
D.cdiciti sr.d er.rl..j' cseoe U proof ccacins'Tc that our aerasced meihode cn-a when all
mh . Therefore, do net nik i'mc wiih omens bat consult ue tt once ar.d regiun
yonr ioe' hcaiih . Th..rc it a Hut in t err disesee th.t you can be cured. Here yon pasted
1 a rui, uw riiwrimt'Di iy oui cmmui 118 ti ones. s-aruerBKire, wf
ii,i-.v w m; piDTiBK oiu crooeausis rame. wem&ie u sa object lot yoa m teres
w vuw. .-u syvouuists uuu jou lusu a xsu prupoeiiMm.
If yo- cv.joi call, errite,
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKES-
Hundredi oared by mail.
Bonn ttais. Itskltat. Ihudays-
OKFICE-121 W. Third St., McCnUough, Banding, Davenport, Iowa
FOR THE FALL SEASON
ZaTcOT Picture Mouldings -Tuot in.
Adams Wall Paper Co
.lie. 312 and 314 Twentieth street
REIVERS & ANDERBON
CONT FACTORS and BUILDERS
AU V-Z.SM of carpentar
OWne an.-! Rhon T1 Tsmlfth etrtv
aaaral 0Htir dona ec short noCcs
and satlafasaoa gaarnaew
.'03M it. rinucx.
tTUBT a. riiifiai
iamtara and ' Decorators
77 "eV rm a-oamM aM a as - -
. , . 32wi ,419 timBota&Ili fiU
I have long advocated free sugar, salt.
lumlier and coaL 1 would levy high
duties on all articles used exclusively
by the rich and fastidious, and this hot
for protection but for revenue. Aa to
articles in' universal use among the
poorer classes, they ought to be ad
mitted free of duty. What our farmers
sell are sold at prices regulated In for
eign markets, and our working people
are in open competition on their own
ground with the foreign laborer.
If we have to work and sell In com
petition with foreign labor and foreign
products let us buy at foreign prices.
We can raise our revenues easily, and
far more Justly than we are now doing.
by a graduated tax on large landed es
tates and Incomes I would reduce rather
than Increase the present tariff rates.
An additional tax of a dollar a barrel
on beer will give us all the revenue we
need, and Its collection will not add I
farthing to the national expenses. Be.
sides that, nobody would feel it. Chang
ing conditions have-wrought correpond
Ing changes in my tariff views. And if
we are to permanetly maintain a sin
gle gold standard I shall favor absolute
free trade except as to articles used
only by the wealthy and the profit
INTERIOR SECRETARY'S REfOBT.
His Remarks oa Pensions and tha Ball.
waya Aided with Bonds.
Washington. Dec 5. The annual re
port of Secretary of the Interior Fran
cis was made public yesterday. It pro
poses a solution of the vexed problem
of the bond-aided roads, deals exhaus
tively with the pension administration.
reviews the progress of the Dawes
commission negotiations and touchea
upon vaious matters of especial signi
ficance in the west. The report opens
with a discussion of the public domain.
It shows that the total number of acres
disposed of up to June 30 last was M6,-
000.000. leaving public domain still va
cant estimated at over 00.000.000 acres.
not including the distract of Alaska
with an area of over 390.000,000 acres.
He nrges further action for the pur
pose of conserving our rorests.
The total amount paid CT tne gov
ernment in pensions and the cost of dis
bursing the same for the last thirty.
one years is J2.034.S17.769. This lacks
only a little over S3te.712.500 of being
equal to the high water mark of the In
terest-bearing public debt. The
present number of pensioners, which Is
S70.G7S, is greater by 4.6e than In 1S93.
when tha maximum annual coat was
reached, and is greater than ever be
fore. This is due to tbe death of old
eoldlera and tha continued payment at
Illinois Representative In Favor of Astive
Help The 1'rrsifh-nt to Art Noon.
Chicago. Iec. 5. I!-pre?entstive Hob-
ert n. liltt. chairman of hous- com
mittee on foreign affairs, was entertain
ed y est "i day at the I'tiicn League club
at an Informal luncheon. A score or
more prominent Iiepulilicans w;Te pres
ent. At the conclusion of th feast ilitt
said he was on his way to Washington,
aid that the object of his visit to the
capital at this time was t; lake some
action on the Cuban question. I?e at
sured his listeners that within a month
the president would Issue a proclama
tion that would prove decisive.
As to his own pnaiUon. he said, he
always had held to what scm"d to be tha
prevailing sentiment among Americans.
and cordially sympathized with the
Cubans. l?e even went so far as to say
the t'nited States should give them
material assistance. Just what shape
this should take, however, he did not
say. He left for Washington yjster-
Fatal Deviltry of Train-Wrecker.
Ardmore. I. T.. Iee. 6. A freight
train on the Gulf. Colorado and Santa
Fe railroad ran Into an open switch
at Justin gravel pit, fifty miles south
of here, causing a wreck In which Fire
man W. P. Ilolman and Ttrakeman J.
F. Mitchell were Instantly killed and
Engineer Mnbley iiossihly fata'ly In.
Jured. Engineer Mnbley was pinned
down by wreckage for several heurs.
The extent of his Injuries Is not known
yet. Train wrecker did the Job.
Toronto Labor Men Angry with t's.
Tor into, Dec. 5. Members of the trades
ami labor councils here. aRd the citizens
in general, are imlignnnt at the manner
in which twenty Canadian workmen were
treated at Detroit Thursday. The Inlwir
organizations here will Insist that tho
Dominion imrliainent enact such legisla
tion as will prevent Americans working
In Canada as long as the I'oitcd State
persists in keeping up the alien laws at
present In force.
Man Who Xever Smiled or Laughed.
Wichita. Kan., De. 6. In ItfTS Wyatt
Earn, tho referee of the Fitzsimmona
Sharkey fight, was n polirenian in Wich-
It tinder tbe notorious Chief of Police
Miki Meagher. Dick CozdulL who suc
ceeded Alike ilctigher as chief, says:
"Karp la a man who never smiled or
laughed. He was the most fearless man
I ever saw. He la an honest man.'
IUtraordiaary French port.
Paris. Doc. b. In a duel Thur.day
Ferdinand de Lcsscpa, quartermaster of
the Thirteenth chasseurs, nearly ran
through Pradals. sergeant of tbe Seven
teenth line rvg menu The latter is in the
hospital and is reported to be In a danger-
Tramp Boa Over by a Train.
Ok;.onaa, L,, Dec. 5. James Mi Cor.
alias William Mclnty re, a drunken tramp.
was ran over by a train here yesterday.
A eoroi-anton said be lived at Hartford,
Conn., and ku a slater in Des Moines, la.
fl-fclslty Sf ea Will Try to ressblae.
Cincinnati, Dec h. The Kuqntror any:
Tbe whUky distributors oi Cincinnati
hare determined to call a meeting of 1 ha
local distributors next week and organise
, a whisky aistMMiiara' assorts tlna.
Rebels and Loyalists at Havana Expecting
Oreat Xesrs hooa.
Cincinnati. Dec 6- A special to The
Commercial Tribune from Key West.
Fkv. saya: Passengers by the steamer
from Havana say that a train with lot
wounded Spanish sooldlera . arrived
there yesterday. It waa said that most
of them came from the vicinity of Kan
Chiistobal and Candelaria. No definite
statement could be had as to where
they came front. Humors prevailed on
their arrival that Weytcr had sustained
another defeat. Counter-statements
were also made that the vanguard of
Maeeo's army had been defeated. More
over It waa announced that WeyleT la
on the eve of attempting to storm some
of the hilltops where Macro Is e
trenched, and this has raised great ex
pectations in Havana.
Late In the afternoon guerrilla fight.
Ing was reported across the bay from
Havana. Just beyond the line of forts
a small party cf Insurgents made a
dash Into the suburbs. They succeeded
In killing three Spanish soldiers, and
capturing one captain. They lost
five killed. Feveral American
correspondents at Havana have
had friendly warnings to the effect that
Weyler la contemplating deporting
some of the more outspoken ones be
cause their reports do not pleasa him.
farmers Evicted ay High Water.
Menominee. Mich.. Dec. i. Reports
were received last evening to the eff-rt
that the water fat still rising In the Me
nominee river above the Ice gorge
which has formed for elahteen miles
aliove the head of f'.rand Rapids. It Is
stated that at several farms the people
are fleeing for their lives, iiarns and
cellars are overflowed and much fodder
and provisions destroyed.
too Reward iao
Thrce1eret.rtbl paper will hi pleased la
la-a that thereto at kest one diesded dfeose
tbat science kes beea ehle to carl la all Ite
rtaces. tad that Ueettrih Ball's Catarrh fare
'ss enlypaeit veearataowa he the ssar ire!
'reurruy. rata rh htlaf a eoaetitatlenel die.
ease, noerssa coast!' anneal treatment. Bel's
Cat-rrhCure letuta lateraany. acting nineUy
npon 'he Hood sad arose strsres of tbe ee-UBt-tben-br
ceetroflag tha fosse iim of tt.e
disease, aad rtlt the patient etna th ? ha4
las as tta coasttlstloa aad assisting veiare
dotes Ite work. The proprietors hare ea aara
reith la ha csratrre praxra. that Ihey otVr One
Baadrrd Dollars lor say rase that tt fell, la care.
Mend for list ef uaUssoalala.
Address, t. i. CUIStT a CX.Teerde. O.
old ay dregjiets, tie
Children Cry for
A Lare Proportion
of the merchant tailoring busi
ness of Kock Island cornea oar
wj, not without reaaoo, for we
furnish not only tbe largeet and
beat slock of materials for iuita,
troui era and overcoats, bat be
cause w bare practical mo
nopoly ia tbe art of couing and
fitting. If you tee a atjlish auit
you may be certain JJOPI'E
O ue tfv!o eM f iSsty.
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Poa"iea and a'.oeplng rar oa night
triat to principle eltlaa.
nra. Ticket AfeBt.
1CCI THIBD AVENUE
STOP LOSING MOUEY.
Suecsiata iodiakroelr aad avoid all risks.
Osr Co-aereirre ayrdtaate Paw. enanroid ay
hading aasanera, aa aapre.aat.BH:o
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pruBts ereekry cr trend.
NEW SYNDICATE NOW FORMING.
Presasetes giviag fsTl psroealart. eve B Bract
Leuer akaled ftee; write for a.
DeWolf Co Bankers aad Broker a.
V) Bfaadwar, B. I. City.
MADE ME A MAN
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i.HY DPMFnvm artefr.
sravaB', itJTe Basssst at-iM W
Wnr es Is hock Mand hr nha
fM aataal areas, and title wrstjea,
Sawed bLlifjlng star.e,
Ash!xr and trimmings
For tbttpnees, fltirabiwtj fld
bnaatj rtcUled by aotu. 1 bia
tone done not arasl f.r color tbe
wall sritb alkaJl. e-c. I'atii aunt
a fur s.titnaVea via reoHve
oare'ol attectioa and In- ret ar nod
promptly at our ep"tise.
fjnairiea IS taV. frcm flock
Island oa tbe C. B. A Q U. U.
Train Not e and 10 alll rtop
nd let visitors off and oa.
Cridtje stone, corn trib
blocks and foandatlon
stone any size desirel
Sataplca of Stoce and Fbotoicf
BcUdlofrs can be eaea at Boota
'o. IS, Mitchell LradVa build
Arthur Burrall. manager.
Rock IfJand or Colona. III.
White Seal saloon
Sis Second Avenue.