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nN THE PATRIARCHS AT
BE50 . .cTH OF YEARS.
ffore Anybody Oat In
Present Rapid Mte
. ..iutloii on the
luf"1 v-..,.4IId By.
' ..ul in Recount of
r 0"' 1 ' . ,
fnv Venn old. WHO
: Vif . ' hii Mmp!e of slow intel-
visi" ...i This person, Kus-
: -li.rksl.iiW. " w
M""' ' i..fHiirv as inil-cile, but
! f"1" . i..,- crfiiiK on slowly, nnd
(Mil . . " . ,
die aptitude of a sctiool
utul lietravs the love of
of '" . i.,rris. who is much iu-
f V mivs tli.it Harm-sin
" 1U .. miml. and if he
' ,iii''h for it toreiich its full de
o"" -. ...I .. i.ii vicuiii to the re-
.hrwtiv in line with a theory
' i .....r h. lil. and 1V means of
1 , ,.,icile the longevity of the
' t. iiim existed hefure the flood
.. .t i, nf wars f those who rush
.1 life 1 1
!. tat tlie Hil'Heal reeord of the first
f the nee of winch we have any
01 11 ,. . i i: 1 ... I.- nun
:ll-e . ttftK. finnn OlI.
"i ' siCr' Jared, WB. Enoch, the
f..,eHrth '-" yenrs. He was sixty-nve
IiNlwiiell Alewtuseinii, tvuu wits pruu-
. k lirt "rn, suw L"e "-
. . . I. .. 1 1 ci aai hv nttaiuivliirf
t tilling tor mm ""- t J "".'
I.,ni in tue lirsi cmpier u. uourais,
L j.J fft ttiai Dliml ttl Hie J'ttiriiwni-ljztuiu
El" rUlltll l"ri nnciu luc mucLirs.
au lie inferred, not from the infor-
,L 'jveD its to Hie vteuumg, uui irotu
in'mile"' th" I'irt" ' tne first son.
s, tlie'0ria was juuux, auu outsiue
vsuties or naiure ma ujiuu uiu uoia-
ifted upon, t'astorai people are slow,
'.je, the lirst of pastorals, were wilh
rjjl the slowest. It is the cultivated
t at seen the beautiful in nature.
isii 1 mean to say is, the reason these
iru achieved such f;reat lenRth of
ioaue it was necessary for their
nmt?Bt. At twenty years old they
no tetter ititellectiially than babies
m. t forty they were like this West
r."c: wonuer. awe scnooiooys oi rour-
rearsoid. Khther less mature, I 1m-
:t. more lKe kinaergarten ooys of
: or fife. Methuselah, who lived to
us of 0 years, was probably the
tKof these old fellows."
l'oar theory is somewhat fanciful,"
.jested the reporter.
.Not a: all, not at all, said the doctor
rnly. "The l.ur.mn machine only wears
i, i: is used. It took Methuselah, who
doubtless possessed of even a better
:;itu:iuu than the other patriarchs who
ml rv(:,re the nood, a little louvcer to
ar out than the others. Brains never
reaiivboiiy out iu those days. There
t do sleepless nights leuiling along the
j.-.iiy to nervous exhaustion or lunacy.
;sre are many nowadays who wear nut
ratal ly mid physically at forty. That
aid appear a very rapid waste of life to
;!" "ing patriarchs.
I "It wouh! not be much more rapid, com-
i-s:;vr.y, than the whimsical idea of
efai.il rapid existence conveyed in the
i.iiemerals,' a sketch in a spectacular
ij exhibited here a few years ago, where
vKas born, passed through the stages
:vou:a. niunliood and old age, and died
). within twenty-four hours. Existence
:ot comprised in mere length of years,
:;m experiences. In an Arabian tale a
ia immerses his head in a tub of water.
:nr.der water but a moment, less than
a;mite, vet in that time his mind travels
tur couutry, where he lives seven
is. in married, raises a family and ac
: a f(.rti:ne a longer life, bo far as
!"..ce is concerned, than that of Me-
Jr.itj, or whom the record is that 'all
Tiijys of Methuselah were nine hundred
JKry-nitH" years; and he died.'
WHEN THE CHANGE f AMP.
"fn the rare beuuu to think." r.
the doctor, "tht-ir rmra Ivmn tn
"ea. Ahraliatu died at the early age
'ii.'in'!re.i, threescore ami fifteen vears
Mi iti life must have been greatly short--1
by that en'ich. for the rnnimunt. i
M' tu.it 'Abraham gave Tip the cbost
F-'.dir.l iu h rood old age, an old man and
eir. unci he was lijtle more than
-'mh as old as Methusel.fh. When the
wish ra-e was at the height of its Intel-
i!iM!i:y iloiuon trives th nnnr nt h.
ban l;fe a- threescore and ten, and that is
Wl It is todav. LifB insnrnnn. tntitoa
jp'e nsiirei showing that the expectancy
Tears is cmt.inually growinir ereater.
. Ka " i". hilt such statistics cannot'
(lrOD. Thft hnrrviticr
I'-i-ies of the present day, which un
''if.V.j v-;:j iJe i1)UIti)Iied in the years
c :,,e-a future uow near at hand will
i.r..ier ilii,rten nt TV. . i..i.i.:.... t. :
U puisaic heart will h Ii.niru,l .nk
I '"'rev as to weiir nnf tk n,ni.in
aith they are a tiart nnH nrl,n it ia
'Ut there is, n way of repuiring it."
IV th.! f"".v-year-old boy up in West
''fxiniu? ' ,i..... i.
11 us tn. nil iUv..t, ;k .
I.:.:. ' nnu uu uiuir i a
l''1 Hi tlie Veuru l 1 :
ttiTi yLtwi11 "cl'ieve a length of
Ifc'r that wi I Ik ..I ,, . .v.
''Pe taniliint n;..;.i..
Siia "rs",t,',, Not into seven ages as
fti-Iv Ul,e. 'Ut into five. At
"Jr., K,t i , .. , . .
o( ti,i of ,li9 existence, that of the boy
out 1 ?" r foun, just ready to step
"f short, into trousers. It has taken
"v years tn ti ......
,. into inia.inrea limes
thfc d?r? onilDtlTilr quired to make
hr ti 'rUt' would- loBilly. require
CJxTZ years, that U 12oTars;
U rl to have the experienc of
"other L rty-two year8- would ui
WinVt; lodasu"uId be given 120 yean to
with a, I . p Hn e"lent in existence
hi. , , r seore and ten- I mke
fc unlr , exPect:y i a0 year. Thia
ttitthn i n t estlraate, of course.
naJ, , th?1 thw expectancy would ba
nt. 8 huudred years or ao. It is a
lei 2, t "g Case- and 1 am ha
ject wpi i hotes upon it. Such a sub
f nieili f,0' greBt 'uerest to the readers
lienw " re six or seven centuries
As.!1"" " L,t,le Saperatltloaa.
"iiioviu l''"!i f'roP"rt,d te furniture for
iiiel, . '".'kl''l?iv'liiKs, backed bv a chair
1-r.iKe,, ..'""'y W'Hidrew. fell and was
"r.jK-tl i, -' "".uurew, lea and was
r'A,'n. ! "''s 10 0'ul at night, but the
. .. . "' ''-r s.i d n,t .i. .
" i tie- l-V ",,d her daughter-in law
'rr' aii.1 """n took tlj"-'ecurs to Fulton
lr.v.ne,j , "' u'e middle of the river
1,1,1 an lr;,"Hent of the looking glass
t'Ues. '""'"K sorrow. New York
A blind and crinnlnd ntri .
edge of the icy stone pawement grinding
out hit few tunes on a wheezy hand organ:
and holding in one hand a tin cup for De
niea. The cold wind blew through his
rags, iaid he was indeed a pitiful object,
xetiewof the naxdora hn i .
j "uira mj pity
him. They were all in a hurry, and it was
too cold to atop and hunt for pennies tn
A Sdddetl trust, nf nrli,j ki .i , .
man cap off. It fell by the side of the
tiBcueiiu, a rew leet distant. He felt
aroun 1 for it with his bare, red hands, and
then with his cane, but he could not find
u,, ..hi uuauy oegan playing again bare
heade l, with his scanty gray locks tossed
WUH I aa tUO WIUU.
i-eo ie came and went, happy, well
dressed men and women in n.nj t
vets a ad sealskins, in warm overcoats and
K.ura. auu mumers. Hut none of them
paid any attention to t he. n.on
By and by a woman came out of an al
ley, an old woman in n.,ru .,,i .....
T , " " till Lt"l ,
with a great bumlln nf hnurr)u c,t .
.o mm oiltH
on her bent back. Some of the boards
were so long that they dragged on the
ground behind her, and it had evidently
taken her a long time to tie all the boards
uu is oi lumoer together and get them
on her baek.
She came along, bending low under her
uuruca, unt.ii site was within a few feet of
the old organ grinder. She saw his caD
lt'.nr l. . I. . .. ,r
j -us "j y.veiueuu one saw nim ait
ting there bareheaded.
She 8tODDed Ann1 nnt.liMl thd t.
- v .UJU IIIM
bound the bundle to her back, and In a
momtnt the boards were lying on the
ground. Then she picked up the cap, put
it, me uu man s neaa and tied it down
with a ragged string of a handkerchief
ww:u .rum uer own necc.
"Cold, hain't itf" she said.
"Ain't gittin much todayr"
He HuOok Ills tlCJill orruln
She fumbled in her ragged skirts for a
moult in, aou nnany Drought forth a cop
per. She dronnnl if. intn Mo nti
- .....u VUI,
hoisttd the great bundle on her back and
n cm on ner way. xoutb's Companion.
Mr. Green t'lirl.t-aifu,.! 1 1
Sonie good stories are told of Thomas
Reynolds, who began his duties as an as
sociate justice of the supreme court of this
state early in September, 1823. Not all of
them are true, and the one that follows
has teen denied, but it may be worth re-
lienui s uevercneiess. uovernor t ord is
authority for it:
Judge Reynolds presided at a court in
" man namea ureen Had been con
victed of murder, and it. Iwunm kin
pleastnt duty to pronounce sentence of
m upou ine cuipric. Me called the
prisoLer before him and said to him: "Mr.
Green, the jury in its verdict says you are
guilt; of murder, and the law says you are
to be hancreri nw T t n .1 .. i t
yourfriendsdown on Indian creek to know
. I. . . . I . ; .. .. . , , . . ..
i - um i w uo couaemns you, but it
is the jury and the law. Mr. Green, the
law a.lows you time for preparation, and
so the court wants to know what time yon
WOUld like to ) hnnonul
The prisoner replied that he was ready
uic tw .uy ume me court mignt appoint.
The iuilnttlixn Kai.l- "Me n...
D " ...a . , J UU UJ U9I
know that it is a very serious thing to be
uaugeu; it can t nappeu to a man more
than once in his life, and you had better
take all the time you can get. The court
will jrive you until this day four weeks.
Mr. Clerk, look at the almanac and see if
this diy four weeks comes on Sunday."
The clerk looked and found that it came
on a Thursday, and the court informed Mr.
Green that he would be . handed on that
day. The attorney general of the state,
James Turney, wanted a more formal and
impressive sentence passed, but the court
repliel: "Oh, Mr. Turney, Mr. Green un
derstands the whole matter as well as if 1
had preached to him for a month. He
know he has got to be hanged this day
four weeks. You understand it in that
Way, Mr. Green, don't you"
Mr. Green said "Yes," and the court ad
journed. Chicago News.
Sock and nankin.
In the early ages theatrical performers
disgu sed their faces with wine lees or a
rude pigment. Eschylus, the famous tragic
poet, introduced masks, which were of
various kinds, expressing every age, coun
try, condition and complexion. All were
constructed with the greatest nicety and
precision. The dresses were also adapted
to the characters assumed by the actors.
What was known as the buskin was a
hunting boot. Those worn by tragedians
had soles three inches thick, composed of
layer of cork, and were laced up in front
as hit b as the calf.
Sandals were also worn, and rnny of
these bad thick cork soles. The colors of
the foot coverings were various, red being
the favorite hue for warriors and purple
for oi her characters. Slaves wore a low
shoe, bearing the name of sock, which was
also t je ordinary footwear of comedians.
From this circumstance arose the well
known phrase of "sock and buskin," to
genertlly associated with the drama. De
troit Free Press.
Some Mothers' Superstitions.
The superstitions concerning babies ex
ist in almost every household. If the
baby'n nails are cut before it is a year old
it wili have a propensity to steel. If it is
measured it will cease to grow. It is lucky
to take a new born babe up stairs. It ia
nnlucky to take it down stairs. I know a
very intelligent mother who, because of a
superstition of ill luck, will not name any
of her children until the rite of baptism is
bout to be performed.
Another lady just aa refined becomes
nervous if some one in the house has placed
three or more chain in a row, as that fore
boded an early funeral. A third, upon re
turning soon after having left the house,
will nit down for a few minutes to break
the spell of ill luck accompanying such
return. Philadelphia Ledger.
A Greater God Tbu Ze.a.
T ..i ntffkfe 1 Haw tinder tho enormous
1 n. n Tim.f-.Af b i.ti t ri'u.tiljtvinir Erii-
wiuyuia a j
son' phonograph, side by side with a
Creel care, wnere weira music w uamn
A . 1. . kmir frntn f nil r Kirn Ti ui
ervui u "1
looking stringed instruments. An eager
and e tpectant crowd of Greeks was empty
ing fraelf into a tent at fifty septa a head
to listen at the phone.
In front oi tue teni was me luveumir a
w n.Tnimi C.rrvk letters. I wondered
if Mr. Edison would recognize his own
. f hn lrni-w tli nt in Greece today.
unuic " ' . .- ..
in thi moonlight shadows of that mighty
. . .1 . I. .. .. V .... r.
temple, he was a greater uou mu
Athens t-or. Umana tiee.
Feathers, Scales and lialra.
mi ..! , t utua nrp dim nlv modified
X lie leniurio m -
o i ..r Rj,f.ii r.i...r!if oneanother.
naira. dcoictui .
tile f ishion, like birds feathers, nnd for
nnmelv. to shed the
LUC BIIUD ... '
water. If a fish's scales were set witu their
edges toward his nose ins progress m""iK
kis nitive elemem; wouiu
A Delieioni and Healthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
va opfihio to thi puauci
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE IMVALDAILEI
SOSS THEOAT, COUSHS AND COLDS,
AND IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
parts a pleasant taste to the niouth, and an agree
able feeline to the stomach.
u.r. . . -r ......
--iuiiiii is ine nest, try it once, and
you will use no other afterwards, if any dealer
VOU aslf tfr ,t haa nnt . : . .l .
- - 1 si 1 1, w.e n u oiner, out eo
somewhere else. You will find all progressive
dealers have it. that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 . 61 8. CARAL ST., CHICAGO, lit
Hartz it Bahnuen, Wholesale Agenu for Bock
. ANTHRACITE, COAL. I DAL
m. , li ' aaaii n
c. o. r.
221 and 223
Al Laandry Work done on short notice.
A apecialty of Dress t-kirte.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
(VTirst-claiig work and special attettlon to
king rs TP,
Telephone No. 1214
Ms co '
For sale by all firal-claBS Grocery dealers.
. K MniD iltBt of informmtlOD mnA Ah.
k ' "" . " ' '
i.JWii, wprrunti, tent Jrt.,
. AMrwm MUNN . CO.
W. C. MUCKER,
Having pore baaed the
Property which he baa had refitted for the ko
Ul business, ia bow prepared to accom
modaU transient guests.
Dav and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prices.
Ee Is also engaged ia the
at the same place with a choice lot of Groceries.
Farm produce a specialty.
flHIC AGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC BAIL
T. w7 Depot corner Fifth avenue and ThirtT
ttrt street. Frank H. Plnmmer. agents T
TRAINS. tLbatb . tAaaivw.
Council Bluffs A Minneao-1 TTT. "
UDayBxpress .SZlf :am lr00am
w.5,'itT ?,J KxpresB. .. 6:B0am11:lpin
ta Express f 70pni TMam
CouneU Bluffs Denver I
Limited Vestibule Ex 4S:&6 am 8:S9am
5tuSft,Ltmlted "- W:pm 4:54am
Atlantic Accommodation.... 8-30 am g;i5 pm
twnng weet. tGolntteast. DaMy.
DCKLINQTON KOCTE-C B. Q. RAIL
rV TouIJrenf1"1 'Tee 8iXtePth
t-WAVS ARM? a
St. Lome Kxpresa .am : am
sJ: pI2 l,,r"M 7:35 pm 7:18 pm
beard!. town Pa,seni?er 8:55 pm 10:8Sam
Way Pre pht (Monmouth)... :2Sn. 1:60pm
I,. Ii (SterlinK) 13:85pm 10:10am
nlfhn g P,nKe 7 : am 6 : pm
nnhl"e " 10:6am 8:08 pm
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
. wT Racine A Southwestern Division De
ZWeritith4.lr?ft; between First and Second
avenue. E. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Jl?AVB AaaiVB.
WpfnilifX,,e" 6:45ian 9:00 pm
StJ a Sxpr. js.. 8:15 pm 11:25 am
ri.a Accommodation :00ptr 10:10am
' Accr.mmodation V:88y :10tir-
ROCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenn and Twentieth street. F
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lbav. Iabbtvb.
Fast Mall Express 8:10 am 7:30 pm
xJ,re 2:pm 1:80 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 8:00 pm
" t:00pm 86 am
MOST DrBXCT BOTJTB TO THX
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. Roc Island.
'I.! FT"" SS
am a 30 pm
St. 1 ouis
3 :;; pm
8 57 pm
4 S5 pm
4 :57 pm
5 :55 pm
a an t
Ar. Rock Island..
10:15 ami 4:10 pm
1:30 pmj 7:80 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Is' and at
6 :00 a. m. and 6.45 p. m ; arrive at Peoria 1:45 p.
m. and 8:80 a. m. leave Pecuia 6:C0 a. m. 'and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 8:08
All trains ran dally exretit Sunday.
All passei ger trains arrive and depart Union
denoi , Peoria.
Free Cr air ear on Fast Express bttneen Eock
Is'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickeu to all points; baggage cnecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island 9.1)t.m
Arr. Reynolds... ho an am
" Cable jii.oo em
5 40 pm
" I Bock Island...
H. B. SUDLOW,
' V. li. . (111. Ill
B.7i in is.ro pm
7.00 am; 1.45 pm
1 K . . nn t
i .Hi o.w yni
Gen'l Tkt. Aeent.
WMCQtHWTED WITH THE OEOGHAPHT OF THIS COUNTRY U10STAW
MU0H VLUBLE IHF0RIHTI0II FROM A 8TUDT OF THIS HAP OF THE
CUcap, Boci Islani & Pacific By.f
Th Direct Route to and from Chicago, Joliet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Moline, Bock Island, In ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, Del
Moines, Wlnterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Blufft, In IOWA; Uinneapoli and St. Paul, in UIN
KE30TA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City. In MISSOURI ;
Omaba, Lincoln, Fairbury and Kelson, in K EURASKA j
Atchison, Leavenworth, Barton, Topeka, HutcLluson.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell. In
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno and Minco, In INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rkh farming
and grazing lands, affording the beat facluUea of Inter.
commnnlcaUon to all towns and dUes east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VKSTTBZTLE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES. COUNCIL
Muvrro mm wiuu, ana Detween CHICAGO and
Tip WF n fYit .ar a mi bduiw. , .
, . " w. u.vm MIU k. "" via
KANSAS CrrT and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
ruoi-vuw imj vuacnee, rau KKLUiUi'li CHA1B
nil. and Palaea ni... 1.1. tui i .. ,
. - f w.m. viuiug uh vernoa.
Close oonnacUoni at Denver and Colorado Springs with
.m.wm umw, iww luruuna, vm Bsw and
ST ABOARD QAUQX
TRAXS-ROCKT MOUNTAIN ROOTS
Over which soperbly-aqnlnoed trains run dalr
TBBOTJGH WITHOUT CHANOE to and from Gait
Lake City, Ogdea and San Frvoeisoo. THE BOCK
ISLAND is also the Direct ana FavoriU Line to and
from Manltou, Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic reeorta and cities and mining districts in Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St. Jneeiih and Vnmma m a .i -n .
portant towns, cities and secUoni, in Southern Ki -rr-ka
, . .1 . ..
a.uww hiu uie iiiauin xerniory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town, fiioni V. 1 1 HlvVT.Wllla i e . , -t
' . ... Mn OX. . I. U,
eonnecUong for all points north and northwest between
.1.. .LU 1 . .
jMca ni ui nunc ioasu
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United States
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Genl Manager, Genl Tkt. A Pass. Agt,
ceiu :o. jjl.
X -7ITJ-1 X
I am laden vikb freight
ytort Hatgolden gate.
I ca.n-v sweel houe
-As a Ccrro
. dear as cn be.
Mcde only by
XXyAmPNxpi Go. Chicagol
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT
Sncceesor to Adamecn & Rnick,
Eock Island, 111.
8hop Nineteenth St., bet First and Second .Avenue,
GeneralJobbing and Repairing promptly done.
&8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
Baxter Banner Cooking and Heating Stoves and tho Geneseo Cooking 8.0TM.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron York.
1608 SECOND AVE.. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
MHUFACTDBEB OF CBACKERS KID MM
AfkYonr Trorer for Them.
1 Twy are Best.
The Christy "Otbtxb" and Christy "Wirx."
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and Skop 1412 Fourth Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
Fall and Winter Stock
-OF GOODS BZCE1VD BT-
HOPPEl The Tailor.
'ISf'Call and Examine.
Qpen for the Season,
(molikb Avenue) Joe Huber's Garden,
A macniflcent place for picnics, partlea.etc.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Shop corner Twenty -aecond street and Ninth avenue. Residence MSB )
ITf prepared to make estimates and do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give him a trial.
Froprlstor of the Brady Street
A11 kinds of Cot Flowers constantly on hand.
Green House Flower Btors
Ooe block north of Central Park, the larzett in Ia. SOi Brady Street, Davenportowa.
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Bu.ild.er,
1121 and 1123 Fourth avenue. Besldence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work ; also sgrent of Willer's Patent luaida
Sliding Blinds, aomethicg new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK IST-AKD, ILL.
GEORGE SCIUFER, Proprietor.
HOI SecoBd Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Btree - Opposite Darper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
ree Lunch Every Day . . E&ndwiches FsrcUhedon Bho t wCtiC .