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Highest of all in Leavening Tower. U. S. Gov't I'.trjort, Aug. 17, 1SS9.
95 fl T""Ti
It Is Not Capt. Bourke Who Is
in a Hole.
THE EANDIT IS EAGGED IN HIS LAIS
Itlue-t- H-liliil Him, Ttliieront ftfrre
Him. Kliid-onli Karh Mile of Him
Chitm-i'- lr His i:Hic Very Slim, Hut
Mill He llxs I lumcn-A l.illle Fight
in lii.-li the Itumlils Kim ami a Colonel
1 Capture)! I'rnclamuliun to Mexican
by the Revolutionist.
I,At:f:ir, Tex., Jan. 4. Sunilny wa A
busy day at Fort Milntnsli, mid troops
were lmrri.-il fi.rwnnl ull day with tlie ob
ject of liriiiKin; to an end tlie career of the
bold Ixindit f iarza. From reliable reports
received Saturday uijjit it seems tliat
Cutain H.iriiii- find the rangers lmve
Garza cornered in the c-liappnral in the ex
treme iiiu-theuMeru corner of Zapata
county, just h here it conjoins with the
counties ot Sinrr and Duval. It is a lri-:il-ful
region, a!niot inaeeessililc to man nn.l
lienst. It is the idea of Major Morris now
to keep Ilardie and the raimers in the rear
of Oara or next to the river and to send
Captains (.'liasr and Hunter, with two cav
alry troops, to hi. id the Mexican adventur
er oft from the north.
The I Kpoit ion of the Troop.
Garza is in the extreme nort heat"rn
corner of Zapata county. Captain Hardie
Is close upon his heels from the south.
Captain liourke, who is pressing him with
two troops of the Third cavalry from Fort
liitiiUold. or llio (liande City, as it ap
pears on the map, is turning ll-irza's left
think, supposing he has any Hanks, and
two companies of tlie Twenty-third in
fantry are iiuarditn; t he river brink from
Car.-izo to wiiH-i ten miles of I.-m-.l.j.
Tin Ki'Yi.liitimiist' Chanee.
If (iar.a can ev.ule tliis enr.lon he will lis
a very slick Mexican. Yet lie maveseane.
He e.imi.it do it. however, without ilis-!
bandint; his forces. Asa sheep herder he
iniKlit escai.e. but as a full pan..piied revo
lutionist it is (,,ul,t fnl. The troops w hich
have left here are veterans of tin- old Third
cavalry. It is a little .lis-iint Unit that
their colonel. A. 1'. Morrow, whose head
quarters are here, should in these stirring
war times be under suspicion and liable I 1
a court-marl ial. but that the troops are
discreetly silent about. "The kini; is sick:
loiiK live t he kitir,-.- The present kitii; is
Major Morris, and he seems to know about
V hat is wanted.
CAPT. BOUKKE IS ALL RICHT.
A SeriliiiiiHlie In 1 he h:i ppanil Cm t lire
of I'ol. l una.
San Antonio, 'J'ex., .Ian. 4. The news
received iluriti-,' S.rturday ami yesterday
puts an ent itvlv ililVen-nt face on on affairs
military down this way. Instead of Cap
tain Mourke beim; in a hole surrounded by
a much lar.Ler force of Garza's men, the
tijihts have been c.iititr tlie other way. nnd
Hoiirkeisall ri-ht. The fact is that the
work of the I'nited States troops in rout
ing the Garza, rivoiiui. mists on the liorder
have so far been very successful, and Gen
eral Stanley states that he believes that he
can keep the Mexican offenders in subjec
tion with the present military force. An
other encasement took place Siturd.-.v
Iiear Ft. Kinnitohl, the following account
of which was received at military depart
ment headquarters here yesterday.
Brought in a liana Man I'ri-oner.
Second Lieutenant George I.anKliorne.of
the Third cavalry, and his detachment of
thirty troops with the shcrill" of Duval
County and u posse of I'nited States dep
uty marshals have just arrived here with
one prisoner. The prisoner is Colonel
Pablo Mima., who is one of the leaders in
the Gara movement. Lieutenant I.an
liorne reports that Saturday they struck a
camp of revolutionists three miles from
the Los Cuenutea rauche and live miles
Kan ami Left K er.vtliinj;.
The revolutionists ran, leaving every
thing as soon as they discovered the I'nited
States troops, escaping into the densechap
paral. It is not known that any of them
were wounded,, although many shots were
llreil after them as they dashed into tlm
bushes in the vicinity. The capture of
Colonel Miuiaz was made, the horses and
equipments of several revolutionists were
captured, s were also a lot of ammuni
tion, badges and many important papers,
lieutenant Lamrhorne bestow s high praise
upon Private Walker, of troop C, Third
Will Have to Answer to I nrle Sum.
Colonel Pablo Munaz, who was taken
prisoner, is a prominent citizen of northern
Mexico. He will lie tried in the federal
tore will soon l e convinced of the ju-t
reasons on hie! the present r volut ion is
founded and protc-t against those laws of
neutrality which amount to nothing when
placed hefore tl e cry of a nation seeking
liberty. On the ot her hand a neighboring
republic such as the i tilted St i.es ought
uot to uphold an autocratic chief.''
Ditto-. It to I. el New s.
It very dillic ill to obtain any tangible
and definite info 'mat ion from Mexico con
cerning the situ.itiou in that country and
tiieleeiing at, ion t he people there. The mil
itary oilicers on : lie right hank of the Uio
Grande, it is i nderstood. feel coutideut
that the Mexic: n troops massed on th;
frontier are furly competent so far as
numbers are con erned to cope with Garz
and almost any sized force that he can or
ganize and equi on Texas soil when he
moves across the river on his proposed in
vasion of Mi -.
liolilness of the Chief Itamlit.
The report tin t Gara visited the Citv ot
Mexico during t ie month of Xovcmlier has
been continue.!, and there is every reason
to believe that he made the visit with a
definite object in view. That object was
to obtain tinani ial support and employ a
force of secret a.rents, who were instructed
to enlist the sympathy of the people in his
forcible rest ora ion of thj constitution of
llig li ice for His Ileml.
The Mexican government has offered a
reward of ::ixl. liHi for Garza's head. S.
far the Mexicans have killed uver loo men
on suspicion of being revolutionists, and
tins has tended o drive other poor ranch
ers to join t lie revolt. ( olonel t eron, ot
the Mexican at my. reiterates a denial of
the revolt at Mi -r and the killing of Gen
DEATH OF GEN. MEIGS.
An l-.wnt That A"i ill :- Mourned hy a
Host of Americans.
AVAsiiiM.ioN. .Jan. 4 General M. C.
Meigs, I'nited states army, retired, died
at his residence on Vermont avenue in this
city at a o'llo-k Satiin'.rty morning if
pneumonia. G -neral Meigs caught l
severe cold Dee. and although no serious
rc-uits were en ert-iined nlivsicinus were
improved rapidly until
lorning. when pneumonia
pse, which proved tatrd.
:e,-;vrs two daugluers anrl
tied. His wife died many
not 1'sel'nl Service.
was for twenty -one year
encral of the. army, snc
! .lohtistou when he went
called in. lie
l ist Thursday t
followed a re!
one son. all mat
ears m o.
into the Con fed rtu y. lie remained in the
position until h ; was retired in ,'ss-j. at ly
years of age. lie was an architect of splen
did ability, lie had charge of the building
of the exteti.letl w i ugs of t he ( 'apitol and
the dome. He also built Cabin John
Hridge, w hich ias a stone arch J-.'o feet in
length, the larg -st -tone span in t lie world,
.left Drnis was ;ectvtary of war when the
bridge was -tar ed.
Cut .left' linviV me tin- the ltriilge.
A'heu ,b-lf l ent back on his country
Meigs cut his m, me oil t he bridge. Meigs
was the archil e. t of the pen -ion oilice and
held theoitiee irotnthe lime he drew the
plans until the .resent time. When Karly
was march in gi.,w a id Washing!.. luGeiicnj
Meigs comtna-.ided part of the troops iti
the trenches t , protect the cnjiital. lie
was one of I he l lost popular olliecrs in t he
army and his l.-ath will be mourned by
SACRIFICED HER LITTLE ONE.
The Terrihle l ee, I of an Insane Woman
FlTTsiu ,:r.. .I.-oi. 4.-S:iLiinlay the neigh
lsirhoiKl of Ti enty-tirst and Sniallinan
stiTets was aroused by the loud screaiie
ingofawomau Officer Hughes h.istenerl
to the entrance of t he Polish church, from
which the screams bs I. At the n-
proaeh of t he of'icer. w it h a piercing shriek
"Asa sacrifice I oiler thee" an s-moiit hs-old
baby was hurled by its insane mot her
from 1 he churcl steps to t he pavement tea
feet In-low. Tlie oflieer rushed up the
steps and fount the mother kneeling ha
prayer beside ot.e of t he pillars.
Dushe.l to the I'liirnii nt Again.
Force was ni-c.tssary to remove her to the
pavement. In n the woman saw herbtibe
upon the groun 1 she savagely clutched the
bleeding baby t i her breast. " When at the'
patrol box and he officer was summoning j
I he patrol wagon the mother raised the
child high in the air and hurled it again
to the pavement with terrific force. The.
mother and child were quickly removed to
the West 1 Vim hospital, where it was dis
covered that the child is fatally injured.
THINKS SHERMAN'S ELECTION SURE.
JUMPED FOR CALORY
Newest Style of Leaping from
KAN AKD WITE PLUNGE TOGETHER.
Secretary roster' View of Ohio Hepuh
lican t'aueiik Action.
Wasiiimjtov. Jan. 4. Secretary Foster,
speaking aboi t the Ohio speakership
caucus nomin itiou and the senatorial
contest in that state, says: '"I look upon
court here upon the chargeof violating the ' thf ouU!"'e "f T,1,! ' """'' ."" ,l11' l"-ker-
snip iioiiiiioi. it ii tis practically disposing
of the senatorial question. Mr. Sherman
will be the nominee of his partv,
and will lie returned to the sen
ate, as hive all along believed
he would and ought to be. Had thel'or
nkermrn secur-'d the control of the house
organization t ley might, bv promises of
I patronage anil committeeship, have been
i able to influence some weak-kneed men,
but they catiuo do ii now." Saturday ;h
j Republican hoi se caucus at Columbus, ()..
.' Selected Livlil., an olttstiokeli Shernia i
man for sp aki r by a vote of :;s to :u (,,t
h"c : i the Foraker mi n. K. L. Lamiison. w ho i
claimed by hot h candidates for i he fnited
States senaioi!iip, was selected for presi
dent of t he sell; te.
neutrality laws of thisci try. He is said
to be possessed of considerable wealth.
Numerous copies of a proclamation uere
distributed Saturday night in the Mexican
quarter of the city. It was proinulgateil
by Juan Antonio I'Torcs, whose home is
Raid to lie at Monterey, Mexico. He wits
appointed commander ot Garza's so-calie-l
army of the north four weeks ago.
PRONUNCIAMENTO FROM GARZA.
The Revolutionist ( alls on Mexican
llettirone "Tvraiit" liiaz.
The jiroclamat ion is said to h:
niRtnlmted m every city ot Mexico air I tea'
towns all along t he front ier last niin.t. ft
is dated state of N'uevo Leon an. I is in
Spanish. It is strong appeal for the
"dethronement of the tyrant Diaz." and to
the frontiersmen to rise and dethrone him.
It refers to the L'nited Stales thus; 'The
attitude of the government of the I'nii.ed
Stutes with regard to the persecution of
Garza and his men signifies nothing, taking
Into consideration the indecorous proposi
tions that the tyrant Diaz has been mak
ing to the United States government.
Expect Uncle Sam to "Come Ilounrt."
"But maybe that the American legisla-
lteath of E. C. slainlilor.l.
ClIICAiio. .Jar. 4. K. C. Slandiford. pres
Ident of t he Iutern.it ional Press a -so ia
tion, died at hi-, residence in this city Sa -urday
morning of typhoid fever after an
illness of two weeks. Mr. Stamliford wan
the inventor if a tyiesettiug machine.
Which lie had just completed, and which,
it is claimed, ill revolutionize the print
ing business, rle was Iti years old, and
leaves a widow and one cjiild.
The Object Iteing to Oualifv Themselves
for the Mii-ctim t;ii-iiie-s A straight
Drop tit IK! Feet in Which the Woman
Eights on Her Head. iets "All Shook
I p." aiul Catches It 1 liter from Her
Jiothcr Flanking the I'olice.
Cl INNATI. -J in. 4. Meredith Stanley,
who has gained local renown as a bridge
jumper, took another leap Saturday after
noon, accompanied on this trip by his w ife.
The i'.tinouncemeul of the leap hail attract
ed a large crow d to the Cincinnati and
Covington suspension bridge crossing the
Ohio liver, bet when t he couple arrived ill
a closed carriage liicy found a squad of po
lice scat tered al ng I he bridge waiting to
prevent the perilous double act. Stanley
quietly ordered the carriage driver to the
railroad bridge crossing the river a half a
Took a lleil.ler into Ihe Ohio.
On reaching it no jioiice were found .and
only the ordinary stream of foot passen
gers and a number of river men below w it
tiessed ihe feat. Stanley and wile
alighted and walked to the center span of
the great bridge 1U feet above the river.
They hastily disrobed. Stanley wore be
neath liis street garments red silk tights,
while his wife wore a sort of liioomcr cos
tume. Together they clauilM-red over the
rail and at the word from Stanley they
jumped Mrs. Stanley plunged oil' an in
stant Is-fore her hu-ban.l and struck the
water tirst. She lighted upon her head
and seemed slightly stunned.
iEoth ,1 umpi-i-n I'ii kMl up Alive.
Stanley, retaining his marvelous self
control, struck the water feet tirst and
seemed to slide through the surface. I'pou
arising he sw am to t he aid of his w ife. Iiur
she was already I cing assisted into one of
the waiting skills by two men. Another
boat picked up Stanley, and t hey Intnl. -d
together some distance below on the Old i
side. The trip was Mrs. Stanley's lirst at
tempt , and t he violent slunk at striking
the water greatly weakened h-r. She is
confined to her bed. but i- uninjured be
yond a "general shaking up." a- Statilcr
expresscl it. .M,v. Stanley is iiniie a
handsome young lady, dark haired and
briglo eyed, lie maiden name as II, He
Mason an 1 she is ag.-d :.'. having been
married to Stanley in 'ssw i.irel.e wa-a
gondolier at i he expo-it ion.
HOW SHE FELT GOING DOWN.
Sensation- of 11 uiiij.e-s" on Her Ill-lit
Tli roirgli itie A ir.
The woman was conlined to her bed ail
day, but w as able to rel ite t he fo'dowing
cxpcricncc: "1 was not much friul.tctied
lint il t he 1 ime came for me to let go. and
then I was fearful of the result. It -,-emi d
a- if my breat h left me. All that I was
conscious of was that 1 turned head fore
most. I extended my arms over my he-id
and knew that 1 struck iti t his position.
For a moment I was awful c. Id. but as J
got deeper into the water 1 i;rew warmer.
No. I was n,,t at all frightened, and n.,iv
fiftermy first experience, I am readv to re
peat t he h ap.''
Wunteil fo Ouiiljfv as a l'reak.
Mrs. Stanley said she performed the fe lt
in order to make some money exhibiting
at dime museums. The jump wa- 1 infect!
The men who were in the skill' to pick irp
Mrs. Stanley were I're.l Johnson, of Front
street, and Fred Alburn, of .Mount Au
burn. Mrs. Slaniey's jumping cost time
was a short green silk skirt, blouse waist,
zouave jacket. Turkish trousers, and slip
pers. Mr. and Mrs. Mason, pan-tits of
Mrs. Stanlev. were invited to witness the
leap. The father saw the jump made, but
Mrs. Mason refused to go. saving I hat she
would stop it if possible. Mrs. Mason was
lit Stanley's house Saturday attending her
(.ot a Scolding from Her Mother.
She w as very indignant over the alTair,
and gave both Mr. and Mrs. Stanley a
soeic iceiure lor uir looikillor leap.
Like Stanlev. she has lived about t ha
rivet-all her life anil is an exM'rt rower and
swimmer. Still her ri pugnance to leaping
has hereu.fore been so great that a year
ago, when Stanley wa- doing exhibition
plunges from high towers, she feared to
look at him. Stanley is 3; am! is noted for
his many fearless feats on the river as well
as for the saving of several lives, by reason
of which he wears a gold badge, of which
he is exceedingly proud.
THEY WANT A NEW PARTY.
Meeting at Itoston to Organize the Sup
porter of leveluiKl.
HosTi.x, Jan. 4. Hon. Moot-field Storey
presided at the meeting of the Massachu
setts Reform club, held in ihe Parker
house Saturday, at which the subject of
the new pnlitii al party and of its relation
to mngwumpt-ry in politics was discussed.
T ie meeting wa- largely attended. James
Means made the principal address. He
uescrioeu uie anus ot the new party
anil asked if proof was wanted that every
man present who believed in holiest money,
u low tariff and the abolition of the spoils
system, was without a party. 1 le declared
for the nomination of Cleveland in ls'.r;,
saying that Clevelaiidism and Democracy
arc two distinct things, and the new party
wanted no Democracy. He advised his
hearers to build up the new party, so that
by May it would be able to give Cleveland
the support he ii.-e.ls, when he would
thankfully accept the Humiliation.
lust I'.i.l lor the I.ul.iu- Vote.
LoxtioN. Jan. 4. There ,re evidence
that ihe Liberals will be obliged to seri
ously debate t he q notion of adopting an
eight-hour day plank in their platform
whet her t hey like t he idea or not. iU-nj.t-min
Pirknid. M P., for Normanton, York
shire, is loudly denouncing the lethargy of
his fellow Liberals in neglecting the hiiior
vote, of w hich he claims to he a represen
tative. They Don't lake .lutlge W oo. Is.
Indiana!'..!.!-. Jan. 4. The Democracy
of Jay county in convention Saturday at
Portland denounced Harrison for nominat
ing W. A. Woods to the circuit judgeship,
and thanked the Indiana senators for op
posing his confirmation. Similar action
was taken by the Democracy of Rush,
Tiptiou and other counties.
The Speaker si ill I'niivr the Weather. 1
WasimnoTov, Jan. 4. Although Speaker
Crisp was l-etter last night and his condi- j
tiou showed a decided tendency to Bteadily
improve, it i doubtful whether be will b
in the house tomorrow when congress reassembles.
Colli. led with a Elner.
London, Jan. 4. The steamer Xoord
land, of the Red Star line, which left Ant
werp Saturday for New York, collided
with the shii Childwell, which was ar
riving from Chili, loaded with saltpetre.
The collision took place off the Belgian
const.' The Childwell was crushed by the
collision, and sank soon, fifteen of the
crew being drowned. The Xoordland
was also badly damaged, but managed to
Tun into Flushing with six feet of water in
her hold. The necessary repairs will
cause some delay.
Deatli of a ltelglan Writer.
P.ltlssKLS, Jan. 4. Kmil Louis Victor
Laveleye, the Uelgian political writer and
economist, is dead, lie died suddenly after
writing a letter to The Indccndent Relge
on the electoral question. He was born at
liruges. April a. ls. was educated at the
college Stanislas in Paris, and achieved
prominence as a writir on the Liberal side
of lielginu polit ics.
A Crank After .lay .oultl.
New YnitK. Jan. 4. Another crank lias
frequently lsithered the Goulds for money.
His mode of communical ion is by letter,
which he signed "A. R. :.'' In his mis
sives he t hi'entcned to throw a hatful of
dynamite under the Gould carriage unless
lin y gave him 10.000.
Tlie Dulilin Castle Explosion.
Lito, Jan. 4. The excitement over
the explosion in Dublin Castle has nearly
subsided, t 'acre being aqniet geueraldoubt
as to the intent tonal nature of the affair.
There is fully as much reason to consider
it an accident, or to suppose it the work of
an aimless crank as to assume that there
wasapl.it to blow anybody up. Still the
ollicials boh! to t heir theory that the ex
plosion was the wot k of Fenians, and
t hey claim to have reason to assert that
the irreconcilables are forming new orgau
ications throughout Ireland and renewing
their meddling in Irish politics.
The Nchraska Ht ernorship.
Washington". Jan. 4. While no oflicial
information can be secured in regard to
the report that the I'nited States supreme
curt had by a vole of six to th-ee decided
t he contest between Royd at .l Thayer for
the governorship of Nebraska in favor of
the former, it can be positively stated that
the court will render such a decision. It
can al-o be stated in consequence that
there is serious trouble' ahead for the per
ton oc persons who gave out the informa
tion before the decision was formally ren
dered bv the court.
Kaiser Hi.ly's Eatest Iti-eak.
lSh.ni.lN, Jan. 4. After the religious serv
ice had been held at Potsdam on the morn
ing of Christmas t he emperor summoned
the commanders of the various regiments
of the garrison tc meet him in the church,
and addressing them collectively, said:
"Pray tell ail olliecrs v no cannot dance
not to ai tend the court dances.'' Tlie se
lect ion of such a place and time for the
I making of such a request has caused as-
touishuient , asnte from the rather pecniinr
nature of the request or order itself.
Lost His E'fe at a Chicago Eire.
CmcA.r.i, Jan. 4.--A fire, the origin of
which will remain a mystery, broke out in
the AVaverly hotel. e'.r. t-outh Clark street,
shortly before 2 o'clock this morning.
Paul W 1. a youth V.' years of age, was
kiilfd outright by t he fall of theelevatot
as he was trying to escape, and his father,
S. F. Wood, an employe of the Haddock,
Vallette ; I.at inter company was so badly
injured by the downward tlight of the ele
vator, t hat he. too, w ill probably die.
Three Men Instantly Killed.
Granh Ji nction. Teiin., Jan. 4. Three
negro employes of the Illinois Central rail
way were instantly killed Friday by the
lerailing of a const met ion train at Toons,
Hardiuau county, Tcnn.
Will Not Cross a Eiiueriil Cortege.
You may get some idea of how wide
spread is tile superstitions belief that,
'crossing a Jutiera! procession" tc-ings had
luck if you wili -tatid any day at the Xeiv
York .r Kt k'yn em ranee to the Frist
river bridge ami wait until a hearse and a
long line of earri ng' s aj. pear. You won't
have to wait very long. So many mourn
ers p iss over the bridge t hat it is almost
entitled to be called the "Rrtdge of Sighs."
And when your patience is rewarded by
the arrival of the cortege, if you are on
either the New York or the Hrooklyn side
you will obs-rve that, though the horses
are moving slowly and though there is
plenty of room to pass In tween the car
riages, many men and women who have
been walking rapidly halt, suddenly and
wait until the last carriage has gone by.
Some do not stop, but hurry on. They are
the indifferent, or the ignorant, or the
reckless ones New York Herald.
la reading over the literary items of
the week, 1 found not much to interest
lite, until my eye caugiit siyht of an
article headed -' Jrnhs' bream." Imag
ine my surprise to find it ended np with
a recotnmcud.'ition to use lr. Pierce's
Pleasant IVUefs. Nevertheless, bcinr
a preat nulTerer from Kick headache, I
determined to try them, and, to my great
joy, I found prompt relief, and by their
protracted use, a complete immunity
from such attacks. l'ierce'8 Pellets
often cure sick headache iu an hour.
They are gently laxative or actively
Cathartic, according- to size of dose.
As a plea-ant laxative, take one each
night on retiring. I-'or adults, four net
as an active, yet painless, cathartic.
Cause no griping or sickness. Des
Liver Pill ever made. Smallest. Cheap
est, Easiest to take. For Constipation,
Indigestion and Eiliou.3 Attacks, they
have no equal.
Manufactured at the Chemical Labo
ratory of the World's Dispeksa.bt
Medical Association, 2so. 603 Mai
Street, IiuCalo, N. T.
-Woodyatt's Music House-
No. .1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of the
-PieirOB eirjcl Oro-ais,
WEBER, STUYVESANT, DECKED BROS., WHEELOCK,
ESTEY, AND CAMP & GO 'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
tWTK fall Hne also of small Musical mcrrhamli-e. H'c liave in onr emj.loy a first-claps Plato Tuner.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
--Tlie Moiine Wagon Co,
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT
Alfu'.l and cnmili te line rf rii tform aitfl otter Sprit p Wtpoiif, cfj iciaity arri . r ' tl 1
" estim ti.i.ie. ( f snj erinr wntkirtF! It. 1 1 i f.i i-h . )nnn.ti! f rid ;-;: -. 1 ' :.
aptihtatien. See the Mul.lNE WAGl N latere ptiubasir;.-.
IJJCORrOKATaD UK DEB THK 6TATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evening? from 7 to ? o'clock.
FlTe percent Interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. RRYNOUM, Praa. P C. DBNSMANN, Vice Pres. J. M. BVFORD, Caiie:.
P . L. Mitchell, K P. Reynolds, F. C. Deufcmann. John Crabanch. 11. P. Hn'.!
rhil MUchi 11, L. Simon. K. W. Harst. J. M. Buford.
Jacksom A Hdkpt, Solicitors.
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B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. . . T? 1 lc A
and Seventh Avenue, ' XVOCK lSiana.
IWAll kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimates for all kinds of bdinKS
rnrnlstaeo on application.
Proprietor of tbeBrady Street
Ail kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Bouses Flower Store-
One block north of Central Park, tke largest In la. 804 Brady Street. Dav,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth avenne. Residence ftc:
-ts prepared to make estimate and do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give t m a tr i..
Mannfacturer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND 8H0ES-
Gents'Fine Shoea aspecialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of yonrpatronajra respectfully solicited.
1618 8econd Avenue. Roek Kan !. I-
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 113S Fourth avenne. Residence 1119 Fourth avenne.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work: also spent of Wiilir's 1 Vi-i-t 1 - ' ''
Sliding Blinds, aomethitg new, stylich and desirable.
ROCK ISI.A'T. ;'.'-
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1801 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Stree . Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars aiwavs on Hand
reeLniichSyeryDay . . Sandwicnea Fomlahed on Sbo t So-