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THK ARGUS, TUESDAY. JANU K . , 5 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.
The Former's Death Brings Up
DID GEN. CUSTER DISOBEY OEDEES?
And Did ;.nernl Terry Suffer Criticism
KbIIkt Than Citst Military Kepromli
ou 1! In iHllint Hinl Heroic Subordinate?
Stateiin-iits Made ly a i'lericynian Start
t'out rovrroy lte;rdinc the Kattle of
the Utile Hi Horn Wlint Colonel
Hughes Said on the Subject.
Nkw IIavks. Conn., .Tan. 5. Kev. Theo
dore T. Miniver, pastor of the Vnited
church of this city, oil'u iated at the funeral
services over the remains of Major (.ieneral
Alfrel H. Terry. In his memorial sermon
on that occasion he referred to the massa
cre of (ieneral t 'lister's command, in J line,
1H78, as fullows: 'Custer's fatal movement
was iu direct violntioii of both verbal and
written orders. AVhen his rashness and
dimiltedietife ended in the total destruction
of his command ieneral Terry w ithheld
the fact of I he disobeyed orders, and suf
fered an imputation hurtful to his own
military reputation rather than subject a
brave but indiscreet subordinate to R
charge of disoledien'e."
II u(,'le Admits .l inK Inroniintlon.
The statement caused a goixl deal of
comment at the time and has since been
frequently discussed in military circles.
The matter has af,'ain been brought to
prominence before the public by an article
in the January iiiiinWr of the Century
MitKii.ine. The article was written by
James IV r'rye, who, in commenting on
Dr. Miniver's remark quoted above, says:
"When called to account for the accusa
tion I. ich he made aiiain-t one dead sol
dier lit the Christian 1tiiri.il of another,
Dr. Jliwip-r pive Colonel 1. P. Hughes, of
theVhited States army, a brother-in-law
of Gem ral Terry and for alomrtime his
aide, as the authority for his defamatory
assertion. Colonel I Inches denies having
authorized Dr. M unuer to make the asser
tion, though he admits that he was the
source of the doctor's informal ion."
lr. Mtmicer'K Mrttemeiit.
Rev. Dr. Miinu'er was seen yesterday in
regard to I General r'ry's criticism. lie
made the following edauat ion: "Prior
to the funeral Colonel II unties, in conver
sation aliout I ieneral Terry and his con
nection with the ill fated Indian wars, said
that Custer hail disobeyed both written
and verbal orders, lie H utrhes had lis
tened to the verbal orders and knew what,
they were. Colonel J 1 Holies, however, did
Hot slate to me I he nal lire of I he orders,
he simply slated that Custer hud disobeyed
orders. Colonel I lushes stated that he
several times uru'ed I ieneral Terry to tell the
whole story of the iill'air, as it was due him
that the w hole matter should becleared up.
Terry Thought He Could Stand It.
"Terry replied that he did not care todis
close t he faits, as he, living, could stand
it liettcr than licneral Custer, who was
dead. Colonel Miiuhes simgested that in
my remarks I should refer to the state
ment as it was. That is the reason I did
so. That is all there is to it so far as I am
concerned. If there is more to the story
it is likely that it will come from the sol
diers who knew t he facts."
RUSSELL SAGE PAYS A DEBT.
Fifteen Dollars to IirucgWt O'Conncll
for Court I'laster, i:t-.
NEW YoiiK, Jau. 5. 1). A. O'Connell.the
druggist of W Hroadwny, has iu his purse
two shining gold pieces. It was iu Mr.
O'Connell's store that Kussell Sauewas
cared for after the attempt, upon his life iu
Decemler by Dynamiter Norcross. Thurs
day afternoon he received n note from Mr.
Sage asking him to rail at his oflice. After
chatting with Mr. O'CoinicIl for some min
utes Mr. Sage reached down into the pocket
of bis trousers, drew out a $tOaiida
gold piece, ami said: ''Mr. O'Connell, I
have often felt grateful for w hat you did
or me after the explosion, and in appre
ciation of your care forme during that
event 1 wish you you to accept this money."
This ended the interview, and Mr. U'GVn
liell departed. His lirst act was to buy a
neat chaiiiois-skiu sack, in which the gold
pieces now repose.
THE DISAPPEARANCE OF BALLOU.
Dr. Graves Surprised by Hin Counsel's Ie-arture-ltaMoii
Df.kvki:, Jan. 5. Dr. (iraves was inter
viewed yesterday iu his cell. He said that
Colonel Ballon left the court room at 5
o'clock Saturday, and he did not see him
again tutil he went to supper. There Col
onel Hiilhrt came to him and said that he
desired to sfteak to him. He said he was
going. "I whs surprised." said Dr. (iraves.
' I was still his client, yet he said he was
"Did he give any reason for this?"
Was .A I raid of Arrest.
"lie did. He said that, he feared that he
Would lie arrested on some criminal charge,
and therefore left. He said he did not
Want to lie put to the trouble of an arrest
and subsequent defense, so he departed."
Mrs. (.rutin Somewhat Heller.
Mrs. tiraves was somewhat improved
yesterday. She is still under the r.vcif
the doctor, however. Her eall rs were
numerous, und mostly ladies. Tin y cr:e
to sympathize. Only the most intimate
friends of the stricken w ife were :uin:i. t- d.
The mot her ha.s aliout recovered from the
shock the announcement of the ven.ict
fJraTes Alleged Confession.
The sworn statements of Deputies Wil
son and Means regard inir. Dr. (iraves' al
leged confession which implicates Colonel
Hullou Lave been placed before the grand
jury by the district attorney. A telegram
was received lost night by John Conrad
from a detective in Chicago stating that
Colonel liallou left for Providence that
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Public sentiment
appears to be turning strongly iu favor of
IT. S. Gov't rJTort, Aug. 17, 1889.
I Dr. tiraves, anil seisntioiuil development!
1 are jjiciiiiel by 1 he counsel fur the de
fense wit hin the ne a few da vs.
MR. LAIRD EECAME HEATED.
A Tcmrraiicc Lcr orer I'omtd Ihe le-k
Olf I ,s IVrch.
XEW Yokk, .Inn 5. The regular nii-et-ini?
of the TeuiH ranee union iu (iran.l
tlpera House ball, Twenty -tliird street and
Kihth uveiiuv, was larjiely attended. The
subject for discussion was one of current
interest, "The l ives of New Yolk."
Joseph If. Laird took the MTotmd that ou
the whole these div.-s were pretty $jood in
stitutions for New York. '-We could spare
some, perhaps," he said, '-Hut such as
Hilly MctJlory's, Tom Gould's, Kelly's,
AVelch's and the piirticiilarly touh ones,
we need. For w hen any male or female
has become so farifne as to resort to these
places, he or she is so dirty and depraved
from head to foot fiat these places are the
only ones the wret 'h is tit to to, and it
is a satisfaction to know that the dives kill
these people olf (iii. kly."
Take a Wh k at Football.
He went on: "So lorn; as the Hoffman
House remains, so mtj as football panics
brimj collee unlxilif- tot his city to make our
public streets a place of debauchery, I say
let these dens remain. They should be al
lowed to remain just so lontjas the Repub
lican party or the Democratic party allows
the liquor interests to lead it by the nose.
They will in time s sicken the people of
the country that tin y will compel reform."
At this point the speaker liecHine so
heated that he pounded the desk on the
platform violently ill the desk fell onto
the floor below. Ti e outcries of lauuhter
from the audience c nised Mr. Laird to re
tire. ORDERED TO APOLOGIZE.
Chili Kcportcd t.t lave Made an Iuior
Nkw Yokk. Jan. 5. The Herald's Val
paraiso special says thai it was reported
there last nitrht Hint the government has
instructed Mil. ister Moult toniHke a sin
cere apology to the I'niied Stat"s for th
attack upon the 15a timore's sailors.
Cannot !! I'milii iced.
A dispatch from Washington to The
Herald ou 'the sa;ue subject says that
Minister Montt has received an important
document from Sen r Malta, but the con
tents of it cannot U- learned The ruinoc
that an apology ha been made could not
therefore be veritiei..
l iupeior Willi mi .A Arbitrator,
V.A1 f AI.Atso. Jui . .V It is stated here
that the Kmpcror William w ill be jiro
posed as an arbitrator iu the Haltlmore
The Ohio Legislature.
Olivias, O., Jan. .V The date of the
senatorial caucus has been set and is at 8
o'clock tomorrow nu'ht iu the hall of the '
house of represent,-! ives. Hoth houses of'
the legislature ornmized yesterday, the'
Hepublican caucus nominees, j ,ainpsou :
and ,nyljn. ln-ini; el -cted pivsidenl of tlie ,
senate and speaker of the house rcspec-i
tivelv. I iovernor Chinobell's iiiess.n- w-ms
not over li) words. He simply referred to j
lus messnut! to Ihe I; st legislature and the
reports of the state ofiicials and said the
duty of an extendi d message would be
fully and ably disi harmed by his succes
sor. Gibbons Chall nces Hilly Myer.
Nkw Yokk, Jan. 5 Austin (iibbons. the
light-weight pugilist of l'aterson, N. J.,'
has issued a challenge to tight Champion
lack Mc AulitTe, or Hilly Myer, of Streator,
Ills. He said -lie referred to meet Myer
lirst, and t lint the Olympic Athletic cliib,
of New Orleans, had offered a ."i,IHK) purse
for the match. He claims thai as he de
feated Andy Howe 1 on Dec. -J.t, and as
Howen defeated My T twice, Myer has no
ground to refuse to I lei-t him. lie oilers to
post fcKio to guarantee appearance at the
call of "Time.''
Hostile lo ('resident Goiupers.
C'HH Ado, Jan. .". A feeling of decid-d
hostility to 1'residint (iompers, of the
American Federation of libor. showed it
self at Sunday's Meet ing of I he Chicago
Trade and Labor ass -mbly. Delegate John
C. Harding, who has just ret iirticd from
the Birmingham convention, made a re
port attacking Mr. dompers, and a resiv
lution was passed by the assembly to the
elTect that no president should 1m- per
mitted to serve in ire than tuo years in
succession. -A res ilution asking Mr.
(Joiiijtcrs to resign failed to pass.
Found Item! in Hin Bed.
Sr. Hol ts, Jan. ."..At an early hour
yesterday morning V. A. Hargardine was
found dead in his bed at his west side resi
dence. He retired a.- usual Sunday night
in the best of health. Mr. Ilnrgadine was
the senior member of the firm of Harga
dine & McKittrick, wholesale drygoods
company, and was very wealthy." His
death is thought to lie due to apoplexy.
He was about 7o yeai-s old.
Death Kalher Thau Arrest.
ST. I.m is, Jan. 5. Frank I'atton, alias
McCoy, alias Kmery. a son of a highly re
spected hotel prop -ietor of Cnrroliton,
Ills., committed suici le yesterday by shoot
ing himself through the heart, kit. kii Cho
teaw avenue, whew l e had been traced by
the Illinois otlicers, v ho were trying to ef-fi-ct
his arrest. He was wanted lor raising
checks given him by his customers.
The Associated Tress Had to i'ny.
OMAHA, Jan. ft. The jury iu the case of
The Kepublican I'riiring company against
the Northwestern .Associated Press ren
dered a verdict for ?siri for the plaintiff.
The suit was for damages against the As
sociated Press for having dclured The
Republican's franchi forfeited because of
its neglect to keep its dues paid up w hen
the paper temporarily susjiended.
ST. Loin.s, Jan. 5.-The Allison-O'Ik-ar
glassworks, located af East St Louis
oss, .,(i0O; imrtially insured. The
works will probably te rebuilt at once.
ROJIR AM) BRAZIL.
Pope and President Not in
THE TEEEAT OF EXCOMMUNICATION
Plexntto, If in Cabinet, nnd the Itraxilian
Congress to Coiue ( nder Anathema If
Tin-) Kefuse to It el urn lo (he Old dela
tion of ( hurch and State The Kiissian
l inn I ne Fpos sa Cieccof (Susiness Kas
rallty in Kxport Flour Gladstone
Thanks Hi , Well-Wisheis.
HoMK, Jan. 5. It is rumored that the
relations lietw-een the Vatican and the
Brazilian government are so strained that
a rupture is imminent. The pope, it is
said, has intimated that he will exciiiu-inuiik-ate
President Piexotto. his cabinet,
and the members of the Brazilian con
gress, unless measures are taken to renew
the former relations bet ween cliuivh mid
statein Braz.il. The Yat icau has received
numerous complaints from the Brazilian
clergy of the disastrous effect upon church
interests of the policy of separation
aloptedbythe republic. It is said that
many churches tire without pastors, and
the seminaries aiv Iwing deserted, liecatisc.
the government refuses to com inue con
tributions for the maintenance of the
clergy, and of chairs in the seminaries.
The I'rieMhood Heconiing Alarmed.
The prelates and priests w ho were in ec
clesiastical service at the time I hat connec
tion between church and state was altol
ished are still noininally in receipt of sal
aries from t he federal treasury; but when
a bishop retires or dies the salary is not
continued to his successor, so that the
death of a priest means the cessation of
s-ilary to his charge, and perhaps the clo
im; of a church. The Brazilian hierarchy
did not at first feel the effect of the change;
but as lime progressed, mid salaries ceased,
the bishops have become alarmed.
Asked Ihe ('opt Assistance.
Archbishii) de Macedo Costa, primate of
Brazil, has sent a statement, of the tacts
and an earnest appeal for the assist .nice of
the pope in restoring the church to its
former place. In this the primate has lieeu
sustained by the whole hierarchy. It is
sail on behalf of the ecclesiastics that
there is no apparent prospect of voluntary
support from ihe church. The people
have been so long accustomed to the stale
church licit they will not contribute to
the maintenance of the new priests, ap
p euled without a slate salary and thrown
upon the people to support, and attempts
to take conti ibutions for the priests' sala
ries have irctieially failed.
The 'ro iticcs ( ot Provide.
Although the provincial governments
are permitted by federal law to provide for
the support of religion they have omitted
to make aiiy such provision on the plea
limt if Ihe church is to have public sup
port, the old system should continue. Bis
hop Count de Saint Agostinho. of IYrnam
bin o. is among the most earnest of the
prelates struggling for a restored estab
lishment, and it is said that the deter
mined attitude of the Vatican is largely
due to his inlluence. It is reported that a
papal i.ltimatum will be presented to the
Brazilian government, and if it is unfa
vorably received it will be followed by ex
communication. (tra7.il Not l.ikt ly to Yield.
Among South Americans in Kome the
opinion prevails that Brazil w ill not yield
and that hostile action by the Vatican will
provoke retaliation and brim about a com
plete withdrawal of state support. This
opinion is founded on the fact that the
Brazilian clergy have generally sym
pathized with the deposed imperial family,
and that some of them are charged with
aiding to keep alive the sentiment iu
favor of restoring the em pin.
THE FLOUR WAS FOR EXPORT.
A Kussian Trade Secret Cpied by the
I. N In in, Jan, 5. The Chronicle's St.
Petersburg correspondent, says: It is re
ported that the flour recently bought by
the municipal authorities, which was
found to be adulterated and totally unfit
for use, was originally intended for export,
aud if il had not been for the decree pro
hibiting the exportation of Hour the fraud
might never have been discovered. A
thousand wagon-loads of corn which was
sold by a large exporting f;rni to the town
of Samara has been found to be similarly
The Czar Given Offense.
The czar has given offense by declaring
publicly that no famine exists, and that
there has merely I wen a part ial failure of
the crops. In several provinces of the em
pire the emstovs, or district assemblies,
have decided to issue loans at low rates
of interest. The measure is designed for
the relief of the famine-stricken peasants
to prevent their selling or pawning their
tools and farming implements.
Heware of Autipyriue.
Bkui.in. Jan. .V One of the most exten
sively used medicines in cases of influenza
has been antipyrine. The physicians have
uttered warnings of the dangers of unpro
fessional administration of this drug, but
apparently without much deterrent effect .
Il is now announced by various doctors of
iinquest ionalile reputation that several
deat lis have occurred, which, to their pos
itive know ledge were due to the. excessive
Use of antipyrine.
Gladstone Ketiims Thanks.
Ijonhun. Jrh. .". tiiailsione. from Biar
ritz, asks Ihe press to thank all those who
have congratuliitNl him upon entering
his Nl year, and also to express his thanks
to those who sent him their cougratu lo
tions at Christina-,, (iladst one adds that
the kind messages he has received have
been loo numerous to permit of particular
acknowledgement, especially, as he grate
fully owns, they are uot limited to any
party or country.
Death of John H. Carson.
CmcAi.i), Jan. .. John H. Carson, ex
pre i lent of the Chicago and Western
Indiana Belt line, and also of the Louis
vilie. New Albany and Chicago railway,
died at the Hotel .MetroiHile yesterday,
liiier an illness of six weeks. Blo jd trouble
and consequent hemorrhages were the
direct cause of his death. A year ago he
had a very severe attack of the grip,
which told greatly on his physical condi
tion. Mr. Carson was burn 57 years ago at
Jersey Shore, Lycoming county, Pa.
Work Suspended in Coal Mines.
Wilkesb AliUE, Pa., Jau. a A notice
was posted iu the Red Ash collieries No. 1
yesterday notifying the employes that
work would be suspended for the present.
A large number of people are thrown out
THE REVOLUTIONISTS SCATTER.,
Hunting Garza'n Men a Very V'nsatisfae
San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 5. The troubles
on the border are not subdued, and it can
not be said that any givat success has re
sulted from the brave and unrelentless ef
forts of the United States troops in field
duty in the turbulent section, and about
all that lias lieeu accomplished so far
has lieeu the routing of Garza's
men w hen discovered in small bands. The
policy of the revolutionary force when at
tacked has been to scatter through the
chaparral, w here it is impossible to find
them. The woods would have to beswarm
ing with troops to catch the very slippery
men who march under Garza's banner.
There was nothing startling reported yes
terday. A Troop Ship yiN-dug ,,n the Atlantic.
Hai.ii ax. N. S., Jan. 5. No word has
been received here yet of the arrival at
Plymouth, England, of the troop ship
l'yne, which sailed hence on Dec. 14, and
Is now nine days overdue. She had on
hoard the old crews of the war ships
Champion and Pheasant, of the Pacific
iquadron, who were brought here by rail
mm Victoria. H. C, and numliered over
iOi men, besides her own crew of 150.
The Fatal Misplaced Switch.
Al.iu ol k::si K, X. M., Jan. 5. A freight
train wreck occurred on the Atlantic and
Pacific railroad at (juerino canyon, thirty
tight miles west of here, Sunday, by which
one man was killed and two fatally in
jured. The killed and injured are: Kngin
eer Kvans, tilled: Fireman S. (ieorge and
Brakemau Koliert 1 Unman. The two lat
:er will die. The accident was caused by
Against Grand ftaplds Waterworks
N'KW" York, Jan. 5. Verdicts aggregat
ing Jliy.U4l.40 were given in the superior
court yesterday against the lira ml Rapids
Hydraulic company in fa vol of Collin &
Swauton. bankers, of this city, and Wood
bury Ac Moiillon, bankers, of Cedar Kapids,
Mich. The suits were brought on promis
lory notes given in a consolidation scheme
f two waterworks companies of (iraud
Want To He Paid for Praying.
Col tMBL's, Jan. 5. In the meeting of
the Pastoi's union of this city yesterday
w as developed a feeling on the part of the
preachers of claiming pay for praying at
tin opening of the sessions of the legisla
ture. Neither branch of the latter
has ever elected a chaplain or paid
for such services. Kev. V. C.
Holliday was appointed to look
after this work, but he declined with very
sharp remarks upon the policy of the legis
lature of gelling its prHj ing done for noth
ing. Finally t he work was assigned to
another, with no definite action taken by
the union on free, prayer in the general
This Is the Way It Goes.
CoUWBi.s, Jan. 5. The first bill inlro
Vuced in the general assembly after its or
ganization yesterday was for gerrymander
ing purposes, redistrici ing the state for
representation, in congress, so that the
Republicans w ill have seventeen congress
men and the Democrats only lour.
Last surilvor oi the Texan Army (lead.
Lam astk!!. Pa., Jan. .". William Har
ding, supposed to have been the last sur
vivor of licneral Sam Houston's army
in the war for the independence of Texas,
died yesterday at his home in Columbia,
Pa. lie was 77 years old, and was a prom
In a Hot.
Solicitous Spoils,' What makes yon
look so worried lately. You're uot like
Ureat Lawyer Well, Via having con
siderable trouble down town.
Spouse Now you must tell me all
Lawyer Well, you see. I want to keep
the office open till 5. and tin? office boy
wants to close it at 4, and we can't
seem to arrange matters. Boston Cou
rier. Too Slow.
Monsieur Calino was ordered by his
physician to take a drive of an houreach
day, and having no horse of his own he
called a cabman for the purpose.
One day he signaled a cabman and
got in for his daily drive. The horse
started up at a painfully slow gait.
"Hold on!" said Calino to the driver.
"I must get anoi iter cab. It would take
me all day to ride an hour with such a
slow ping as tuat!' Youth's Compan-
A peculiar fact with refer
ence to Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery is, that,
unlike sarsaparillas and other
blood medicines, which are
said to be good for the blood
in March, April and May, the
" Discovery " works equally
well all the year round, and
in all cases of blood-taints or
humors, no matter what their
name or nature.
It's the cheapest
Why? Because it's sold
on a peculiar plan, and you
only pay for the good you
Can you ask' more?
" Golden Medical Discov
ery " is a concentrated vege
table extract, put up in large
bottles; contains no alcohol
to inebriate, no syrup or
sugar to derange digestion;
is pleasant to the taste, and
equally good for adults or
The "Discovery" cures all
Skin Scalp and Scrofulous
affections, as Eczema, Tetter,
Salt-rheum, Fever-sores, White
Swellings, Hip -joint disease
and kindred ailments.
Woodyatt's Music House-
No. 1804 Second Avenue. '
WOODYATT & WOQDYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for tliia countyof the
WEBER, STU YVES ANT, DECKEIl BROS., vVUEELOCK,
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
fall line sUo of small Musical mcrrhandipe. We have in our employ a fir? t-cla?s Piano Tuner
THE MOLINE WAGON,
&Jf&Sj sAnri vH
Manufacturers oi FARM,SPRIKG AND FREIGHT WAGON
A full and complete line d n&tform and otl er Rm p Wtpcns cfj ermuy fmt.tco to tl.e
W eeltrn tiaile. f vurerior woiknmr-1 It nui lii. ish . liu-;ii. d 1 rie Lift ln t en
application, pee the MOLINE U'AUCN before pincliaing.
rNCORPOUATSD UNDER THS STATU LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Sitnrday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
K. P. REYNOLDS, Pres. r C. DBNKMANN. vtcc-Pres. J. M. DI KORD, C!!.
P. L. Mitchell. H P. Remolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Crahanch. II. P. Dull
Thll Mitch. 11, L. Stmon, B. W. Hurst, J. M. Biford.
Jacksox A Hubst, Solicitors.
ISBcgan bimini ss JulyS, 1SK), and occnpT the feutheast corner of aiitrtull A Lrce' r.i m
tM&BXY BROTHERS, is Warren et-NeVTnrk. FrlCPWet.K&:
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth Si. . . T? ,w.L- To1o4
and Seven th Avenue, XVOCiC ISlana.
BT"A11 kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimate! for all kinds of bniidicst
fnm(hd on application.
Proprietor of the'Brady Street
AJ kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Eonses Flower Store-
One block north of Central Park, the largest In la. 304 Brady Street, DaTenor;,tow
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
ghop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth avenue. Residence 3!5
ils prepared to make estimate and do all kinds of Carpenter work. Oiva him a :r V.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Oents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of y onr patronaj respactf ally solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Rock Ialan.'., I
C. J. W. SCHREINEE,
Contractor and. Builder.
1121 and 1123 Fourth avenne. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and specifications fnmished on all classes of work ; also spent of Tiller's Pan: t h - t
bhding Blinds, something new, stylieh and desirable.
GEORGE SCIIAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Btree - Opposite Harper's Thea'.re.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
ree Losch Xrery Day . - Sandwiches FomUhed on 8bo 1 5f
j " k-.