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THE ARGUS, THUKSDAY. JAMJAR V ai. 1892.
Highest of All in Leavening Power. U. R. Gov't R?ort, Aug. 17, 1889.
lN THEJGBB AGAIN.
The Talk of War at the Nation
KO NEWS OF A STARTLING NATURE.
Two Ttrrent Si-nsat ions Spoiliil by the Of
ficials Th I'leot Not Ordered to Val
paraiso nil tin- Chilian Warships Not
Sent n a St-i-rc-t Mission Kver thing
Wnitlni; r.r llie l'resiilenf Message
Sen or Malta's OrVensive Note The Ca
reer of "rihtlm; Hob" Kvnns Kvery
ImkI.v Ki-i i -lit .
Washington. .Ian. .'I. The most impor
tant statement issuing from the navy de
partment yesterday was n denial of the re
port t lint the squadrons of Hear Admirals
(xheranli and Walker had leen ordered to
rendezvous at Valparaiso, ami that (llier
li'inli had lieeii ordered to assume Com
mand. Commit lore Kuinscy, who should
know, was thedepart nii-nt's moutliitiece in
this rude smashing of a beautifully sensa
tional report. Ami now the wiseacres jmt
it this way: Assistant Secretary Soley nml
Commodore Kamsey admitted that Ad
Siiral (itu-ranli had pme to sea from l'ort-Hti-l'rincf
with the L'nited States Rteam
sihips I'hilaiielphia and Coneord. They
stated, however, that Admiral Oherhardi's
wjnad ron had not sailed, which was tech
rally correct, as the Keai-sartfe is st ill at
I'ort-au-l'rince. She is expected to follow
in a few days. Ilitth Commodore Ramny
and Assistant Secretary Soley confine their
Ktatements even yet to savin; that the
Philadelphia and ( oncord are not at I'ort-.'itt-T'rincc,
mid they then add that they
don't know where they are.
A not tier Snisjit ion T'lul tenril.
As to the order to Admiral (iheranli to
t ike coiiimaiiil of the licet, it is said it is
continent upon hostilities actually break
ing out, t hat he is to take command only
in rase of war. Commodore Hamsey said
that the department had sent a message to
Ghcrardi, Tuesday which failed to reach
him, he having left Port an Prince In fore
It arrived there. Of this movement of his,
t'omiiKHlore Hamsjiy said t he department
had not been notified. The commodore
Was asked if t he department had lieen ad
vised of t he dest in at ion of t iie t hree Chilian
cruisers that u Valparaiso dispatch said
had sailed from there under sealed orders.
Me said it was not true that the cruisers
liwl left Valparaiso as reported. Only one
Vessel had 'one, the Ksineralda, and her
mission was to re. icve t he steamer John
Klder, wrecked 1T5 miles south of
The President and His MessHj;e.
The president is still deeply eitirrossed in
his messatre on the Chilian situation. Late
yesterday afternoon he called several of
his cabinet advisers to his hssistance and
they were closeted with him for some time
disc UKsint;, it is understood, the message
to be suit to congress ami the varying
phases of theChilian situation. Secretaries
Blaine and Klkins came about a o'clock
and shortly afterwards Secretary Tracy
and Mr. .T. V. Foster of the state depart
ment arrived. Mr. Foster left early, the
ttther three remaining wit h the president
until nearly ii o'clock.
Iliimitrs, Now, of Arbitration.
The. presence of Foster, who has charge
of the reciprocity treaties at. the state de
partment, together with arbitration mat
ters, led to the idea that perhaps some ba
sis of arbitration had been submitted by
Senor Montt when he called at the state
department yesterday rimming and had
an interview with Mr. Adee, in the ab
sence of Secretary Ulaine. Nothing pos
itive, hmvever, rould lie learned as to the
result of the conference.
Absolutely Nothing front Chili.
Tn view of the unfounded reports circu
lated Tuesday and yesterdav that at the
cabinet meeting Tuesday dispatches from
the Chilian government were submitted
giving evidence of a conciliatory spirit on
their part, and that were accepted as
substantial ground for the belief that a
satisfactory settlement of the difficulty
was pending, it may be stated that since
the offer of Chili to withdraw Scnor AI.it
ta'a offensive note, with an explanation
that was not satisfactory, uothing has
been received from that, government.
Violated a Iliploinatin ltule.
Tn that note Senor Matta commented on
statements made in the report of the secre
tary of the navy and the pirsideiit's mes
sage and challenged the accuracy of state
ments contained therein. One of the dip
lomatic rules of t he L'nited States is that
reports of heads of departments and mes
sages of the president to eongress are mut
ters of a local nature, not to he subject to
comment or criticism by the governments
of other nations. When it, is desired to
speak, to foreign countries, communica
tion Is made through the department of
state and tlte utterances of the secretary
alone are the proper subjects for comment.
Nobody Willing to Talk.
Senor Montt theChilian minister, was
diplomatically silent last night, lie sent
down word to a reporter that he had no in
formation to give out, and nothing to suy
for publication, Others familiar wit It t he
progress of the Chilian cunt roversy are
equally reticent. Matters will probably
remain at a standstill until the Chilian
correspondence and the president's thes
gage on the subject are sent to congress.
( tin American Warship at Valparaiso.
The York town has left Valparaiso with
the Chilian refugees, whom she will land
at a neutral point, and there is now no
United Stutes vessel at Valparaiso, and
Secretary Tracy said Inst night that no
other vessel hud been ordered to take her
place there. The navy department has or
dered the old single turret monitors, with h
for years have been lying liin ordinary" at
the Xaval academy and in the James river
at Kichninnd, to the Norfolk navy yard to
determine their fitness for use iu case of
" FIGHTING BOB" EVANS.
houithiiiC About the Man Who "Sussed"
the Chilian Minister.
3'he spirited reply of Commander Evans,
RED REVOLT AT RIO
Attempt to Reinstate Da Fon
seca as President.
PRISONERS SURPRISE THEIR GUARD
Arm Themselves anil I'mlitr the Ieadcr
uliip of u Partisan of the I.ate Dictator
Capture the Harbor Korts The Kclx Is
lloinhardt'd by the itniboats and Forced
to Capitulate, Their Leader Having
Committed Suicide liather than Itisk
Ttut .1 ankiko, Jan. 21. This city has just
passed through an exciting attempt at.
revolution. Two htiudivd prisoners con
fined in the Fortress of Santa Cruz, at the
mouth of the harbor, broke, out iu mutiny
Tuesday night. A number of them were
p -rsons arrested for misconduct in connec
tion with the recent political disturbances.
poscd dictator, iiem-ivtl 111 l-'tiicea. Oili
er wire ordinary oiI.inlcrs, including,
however, many bright and dangerous 1 He
roics cf society. The political prisoners
appear tn have taken the initiative. They
formed a conspiracy, and at an unpointed
hour in the evening made a dash 011 the
guards and soldiers stationed about. J he
Surprised the Vrison (Guards.
These Were taken completely by sur
prise. Not anticipntim; any trouble they
were keeping guard iu their usual cr.re
less f i-hion, when suddenly the pris,:iets
rushed upon and di armed them. The
I pri-oners, then numbering about "Ji'l,
jiiei.nl all the arms; and ammunition in (he
s iiuieis' quarters, which was suilicicul. in
' iiuuut it y to equip them ail for eilective
j:-rv;ce. They followed the leadership of
cue Iran, who directed their operati.ii s.
1 core t lie new s of the rising had spread
I I In- prisoners advanced rapidly upon the
1 forts, Pico and Lage, that guard tiie har
bor. I Ca;tlin-cd tin1 Harbor I'orts.
The men g.'iiii.soni:: 1 he forts wi re not
t on the alert, as they did not im.'vine t hat
danger was possible, and the prisoners
quicklv captured the two places aiong
all t he pro isions and iininitioiis of
After establishing a vigilant guaid
of the Y01 Titow 11, to the not iticat 1011 iroiu
theChiliaiuuinister of foreign affairs that
he had ch ingeil his mind in regard to al
low ing refugees to leave Chiii unmolested,
has made many persons curious to know
tomething aoout that ollicer. Commander
Veil ns is billed -l-'i,.l,l I,..- U..I, " Inn I,., is
not of the Acres type. He was appointed a"'1 v,'n: mostly partisans oi the !
to the navy troin l iah as an acting mid
shipman i 1 lsiiii, was made ensign in 1st;:!,
master in "t.. and at taiued his present rank
in ls.7. He is probably ihe only oiliccr of
the navy in active service who is perma
nently disabled. Due of his legs is lien t
nearly dot. hie, the result of a wound re
ceived dm ing an engagement in the late
He Wouldn't He Carved.
The story goes that after Commander
Kvans was wounded he was informed by a
surgeon that it would be necessary to
ampul.iie i.in leg. Kvans sw ore, he would
never si. lu.tif to the operation, and accord
ing to the account popular about the navy
department he pl.ic' d a revolver to the
surgeon's head and threatened to shoot
liim if an." attempt at amputation were
made. Tl e leg was not amputated, but it
Was so b idly injured that it left Com
mander lv . -ins ,1 cripple for life, lie suc
cessfully resist isl attempts to place him 011
the ret i red list on account of his disability,
and served for many years on shore duty.
The ( liili.ins Very llot-lli-iided.
UnsTtiN. I:i:i. '.'. lu an interview had
yesterday wii Ir llobcrt lhirnctt, a promin
ent mcmhtrof the Democratic state com
mittee wl o spent two years in Chili, lie
said: 'Twenty thousand soldiers landing with
on the Chilian coast would amount to com- war.
paratively nothing. They would be either against attack, the prisoners u.et anil
killed or t liven away. It would take at elected as leader the man who l,::d been
least .V,( IO0 soldiers to produce anv effect foremost iu their stroke forlileriv. The
leader announced that their object was
whatever on ( bin. 1 he Chilians are very
rash. There is no race in the world as hot
headed, an 1 is very difficult to imagine
what will become of this alfair."
BOIES' SECOND INAUGURATION.
A large not llUtiii'iiistieil A mi ienee
Prcscni- 1 he Inaugural Address.
Dts Mm ts, la., Jan. til. f Iorai-e Hoies
w asinaui;u -ated as gov ernor of Iowa for the
s.-cond time yesterday afternoon in the hall
of the house of representatives in the pres
ence of a la -ge and distinguished audience
of representative citizens of the state. The
inaugural procession was a very impressive
pageant. platoon of mounted police
lisl the way from the west side business
center to th ' c.ipitol. followed by a shining
array of militia led by the Iowa state band
and under the command of Adjutant Cen'
lac resiora! ion ol (u-ncral I )a j-otceca to
power and he made u foi ma! di maiid to
that effect upon the authorities.
Tin- Anllioril ics A .1 ke I p.
'1 he hitter simply chtpped his messenger
in jail, and proceeded In gather 1 roups and
n nify the navy bran attack on the forts.
The insurgents bean an irregular caiuion-a-!e
with the art illei y 1 1 1 the forts, hoping
a.'pari nt ly to compel the authorities to
come to terms. President Peixotto per
sonalty directed that the iiisnrgeuis
should be iirst summoiu'd to sum nder.
ami the forts then carried by assa.il! t
aay cost. The liring from the forts in
flicted littleor no damage, owiiie, tothc
uaskilll illness of the gunners.
OPENED ON THE MUTINEERS.
The (;oviTlinient Itombards Thrill
I'orrt-s litem to Mirreniler.
The mutineers refusing to surrender.
eral (leorge (ireetie. w ith other prominent preparations were made yesterday fore
mililary.otr.cetsi as escort. , n .011 to carry the forts by storm. The
Tile . .! nor's Address. ' ,M!lh,,:it h..,'iin .1 hi.rv l.,!nl..ir.lmt nf
nP' Fort l.age, and soon rendered the place un
tenable. The mutineers in that fort re.-s.
address. He open.sl w ith consideration of " estal,t'' 11,1,1 bll,,1 u"abl" ,0
the prohibition law. which be sjti.l was stand the storm of shells from the gun-
lmpractir-ah e, inquisitorial, ami from the
Arriving in the hall of the house, of
resent at ives the alhv.as administereil
and the governor delivered his inaugural
impossibility of its enforcement a continual
temptation to t fie people to violate it, and
thereby became inclined to disregard all
law. The only method of enforcement,
not yet tried was one of danger the de
privation ol units of population of the
ri.ht to govern themselves in matters of
purely local interest. The law was a fail
ure, and the remedy was btca.1 option.
Itallot Kcforiii and Corporat ious.
He said 1 hat some system of ballot re
form that p -otected effectually the seccre
sy of the ballot was imperative. Men
were afraid to change their politics be
cause they ouhln't do it secretly and to
doit. oieui was to subject themselves to
all sorts of misrepresentat ion. Aggrega
tion of capital were a source of danger
that miisr be controlled by law, and he.
especially noted the railways as a subject
of legislatio 1 in the way of amendment to
the fairly ef'ect ive law s now enacted. He
also advocaied reform iu t he levying of
Closing Incident of (lie Kay.
Lieutenant (iovemor Ih-stow was then
installed in ihe chair of Ihesenate, and
made a brief speech and the ceremonies
were over. At night a public reception
was held at tie capitol. Tint receiving
utrly consisted of tiovernor Hoies; .Miss
Hoies; Miss Harber, of Waterloo; Miss
Ham, of Dubuque; Lieutenant tiovernor
Itestow; Mrs. J. A. Smith, of Chicago,
daughter of Lieutenant tiovernor Bestow;
Adjutant (n-ucm! lireeneanil Mrs. (ircene.
Judge I.. O. Iviniie, Miss Ktnrie, Ilailroiul
Commissioner Peter . Ih-y, Miss I lev and
Professor J. 1!. Knocpller. superintendent
tif public instruction. Informal dancing
followed nut 1 a late hour.
boats, threw down t heir arms. Fort Pico
Wis carried by sturin. but wheu the
ir.mps reached the walls of the fortress
J hey met with but slight resistance, the
mutineers being paniestiicken.
lite Insurgent Leader Suicides.
When the troops entered the fort they
found the leader of the mutiny lying dead.
He hail taken his own life, because he
feared the vengeance of the authorities
The foi trs prison of Santa Cruz, where
ttie mutiny began, was held by a portion
of the mutineers, who yielded after half an
hour's iMimhardmeut. During the time
the forts wen; in possession of the muti
neers the latter fired upon the Dritish
1'risom-rs Loaded with Manaclt-s.
The prisoners wen placed, after recapt
ure, under a strong guard, and the surviv
ing ringleaders were loaded with man
acles. The sound of tiring caused great
consternation in Kio Janerio. '1 lie gov
ernment is trying to ascertain whether the
outbreak was entirely spontaneous, or
promoted by persons outside the prison
who desired to effect a revolution.
Important fleeting ol I'al'liellites.
Pi 1U.IV, Jin. SI. All important and
private copfi rence of t he members of t he
Pa meld to party took place in this cpv
yesterday. 'Ihe meeting was largely at
tended. Jo! 11 K. Ifeilinoiid presided.
Humor has it t hat t he subject of possible
reconciliation wit lithe rest of ihe Irish
parliamentary party was fully discussed.
Two leu Instantly Killed.
Cl.ivms, lis- .Inn ".'I. Tw o lives were
lo-t yesterday iu a wreck mi the Illinois
Central near dutliric. A Ireight train
dashed into 1 1 e rear of a mixed t rain, which
tlte engineer had Is-eu unable tit see on ac
count uT fog. Jacob Smith, a passenger,
and Kugitieer William Argo were iuslaitllv
A Scri-rtr Loose Soinew here.
Another fctitn of Chicago Crossings.
Cine ai-o, Jan. '.'1. Kx-County Commis
sioner Adam Ochs is thel;;tcst victim of
the deadly railway crossing. While driv
ing across the Pan Handle track at May
and Kin.ie streets last eventing his ( titter
was struck by a passenger train. !r.
Ochs was thrown twenty feet. His skull
was crushed in several places and his h ft
leg was badly mashed. He was taken to
St. Kliabeth's hospital and died a few
minutes after his arrival. Ochs was a
memlter of the famous boodle county
board and served two years iu the peni
tentiary. tood showilli; a. to Calipers.
W vsjiim; ion. .1 h it. t;l. The census of
fl e I as i-s eil a I ullcti.i giviu;the sta
Jistiesof paupers iu almshouses in ls!
l-'as-ilnd by age an 1 sex. The bulletin
states thai H:e .ivciage age of a'l alms
hi use ja j)r iu the ('iiiicd States is il
years, which is ten years more thau it was
ten vear-ago. The tium! er of male pi.u
pers i! ml r :'.) years of age and female pau
pers under :i years of age is actually less
than the numbers returned in the ceusits
of lssu, Uelatively tothc total population
it must lie very much less.
Ordered to Sue lien. Hanks.
lkis'loN, Jan. SI. Advices have liccii re
ceived from Washington ordering the gov
ernment's representative here to proceed iu
the l'nited States court against (jencrnl
Hanks to recover the amount, of the de
ficit which was alleged in regard to the ac
counts of his otlice w hen he held the posi
Kinjrley Sty. old Tntm, I have a groat tiou of L' idled States marshal several years
sclienio for l etting ahead of tnv wife. 1 "go. There will In- no criminal tiii-e w hat
and it ma y i lo you some good. 1 goto
her dn;ssuial cr and tell lu:r to charge
twice us iiiiicli its sliti ortitturily would.
Theu 1 stand in for the difference., and
my wife don't dure buy- half the gowns
sli otherwise would.
Piingo Yes. J tried tiia j-hirv
Kiugley JJow diil it work?
Birgo The dressmaker is suing me
for the full ai louut. Cloak Review
r t r to present litigation.
stiil I'.reakint; "It.ke" Itceords.
t "Hi m:o, Jan. -1. Asliinger, Static, at d
Lamb i onnuiifd their work of breaking
the World's bicycle record yesterday. .Pre
viously the lest rctoid for t went .- i ur
hours was ::; miles ! laps, made by .V
iutrc: at llostou last lleeimlier. At tha
close ol yesterday's racing Ashinger..
Btifje hii "-Hi mites 4 laps to their cr dit,
! anil Lamb had wheeled 'J&i miles 14 laps.
The whisky trust Is in danger of suits
for violation of the national anti-trust layv
and its stock has materially depreciated.
Sidney Boyle, a wealthy Roman Catho
lic of San Francisco, is applying to the
pope for permission to wed his own niece.
The Pacific Mail steamship Kio Janeiro
from Hong Kong has been quarantined at
San Francisco on account of small-pox on
The street cars at Pittsburg are running
with a gmtnl of policemen on each plat
form owing to a strike of street railway
In the new offices of the Western Union
Telegraph company at New York the
'lightning" is furnished by dynamos in
stead of cells.
The bay at Traverse, Mich., fell suddenly
seven feet, ami stayed that way for an
hour. It then resumed its normal level
wit h a rush.
F. C. Davenport, of Huston, has failed
because he imported largely of tin-plate in
the hope that the M Kinley bill would
send prices "kiting."
Dev. T. Adams, a Human Catholic priest
of Long Island, has been unfrocked be
cause hepeisisted in cuiing diseases 1 y
the use of holy relics.
John and William Con-idine, Frank
to ifiith, Tom Kennedy ami F.d Kent, cf
Detroit, charged with abducting Joseph
Pcrricn. the wealthy miller, some months
ago, have been acqiiitlcd.
The Ohio supreme court has overruled a
motion for a new 1 rial for Kditor Klliott ,
sentenced to life imprisonment for the
murder of Kditor Oslmrii, and he will
have to. stay iu prison for life.
At a session of the house coinage com
mittee ail pi'opnsii ions for anything than
the consider.tt ton of Kland's uuiimiUd
silver coinage measure were voted down
and a voteoit that measure set for Feb. in.
Warn n Sp! ingt-r, 1 he ow m r of t he boil
ers at Chicago which blew up and killed
live men. is iiw1itv.imi.Ii bonds on a crim
inal charce. ;':i.d four of his employes aie
in the same ii v :t ii bonds of from s.'i.ooo
There was a row in the French chamber
of deputies iu which half a dozen assaults
were made, resulting in numerous chal
lenges tn duels. One has taken place in
which M. D eiprceh was wounded in the
arm wit h a rapier.
William Hockefeller, president of the
Standard Oil conipauy. is ill with blood
poisoning the result of wearing a shoe
through the bottom of which a nail pro
jected wounding his great toe. Two o e
ralious have been performed and t he doc
tors say he will gel well.
At a Lutheran church entertainment
near Durand, Mich, half a do.eu pretty
girls sold kisses for a quarter apiece until
a commotk:i was raised by the staid
members of the church, when the business
was stopped, much to the disgust of those
who were too late to invest.
TIERNAN AND HIS CHARGES.
He liets a Very Cold Shoulder front Chair
CoLl Mlti s, Jan. 21. II. W. Tiernan.who
makes the specific charge of a proposition
on the part of Sherman's manager lo buy
a vote in the senatorial caucus for $3,500,
docs not show tip very well. Chairman
liahn said that Tierriau had solicited a
bribe himself, and was not worthy of be
lief. F.x-Iiepresentative Dresbach was
told by Tieruau that Hahn had charged
Dresbach with a proMtsition to bribe Tier
nan to keep quiet. Hahn and Dresbach
met in the hali of the house and the latter
asked Hahn about it. Hahn indignantly
denied ever saying such a thing.
Called Tiernan a Liar.
At this moment Tiernan appeared aud
tried to pass, but Dresbach tackled him
and asked him t explain. Tiernan fal
teringly admitted that he told Dresbach
the story, when Hahn remarked to Tier
nan, '"You are a liar, and you know it."
Tiernan flushed and asked Hahn if he
had stated that he (Tiernan) was not
worthy of belief. Hahn said, he had, and
added: ' You made a proposition to me to
sell the influence of t he Toledo Telegraph
tothe state committer for f l,o(HJ you know
you did. 1 know you to be crooked from
that. You are a liar. I know, and this
e.ives me a poor opinion of vou without
iny further inquiry "'
Says He Will Iroe the Charge.
"l will make you prove it."' said Tiernan,
with perspiration standing out on his face
in big drops. '
' I yvill do it any time. Any man of your
character has no business in decent com
pany. You ought not to be allowed on the
floor of this house. Cel away from me; I
don't want to see you."'
P.y this time a large crow d was around
the men, and Mr. Hahn walked away,
w hile Tiernan went back to his desk and
hid his face behind a newspaper.
What is lacking is truth
If there were absolute truth
on the one hand and absolute
confidence on the other, it
wouldn't be necessary for the
makers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy to back up a plain
statement of fact by a $500
They say "If we can't
cure you (make it personal,
please,) of catarrh in the head,
in any form or stage, we'll pay
you S500 for your trouble in
making the trial."
"An advertising fake," you
Funny, isn't it, how some
people prefer sickness to
health when the remedy is
positive and the guarantee
Wise men don't put money
back of " fakes."
And " faking " doesn't pay.
Magical little granules
those tiny, sugar-coated Pel
lets f Dr. Pierce scarcely
larger than mustard seeds,
yet powerful to cure active
yet mild in operation. The
best Liver Pill ever invented.
Cure sick headache, dizziness,
constipation. One a dose.
Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
VVOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of the
-Pieirjos eirjcl Organs,
WEBER, STU YVES ANT, DECKEIi BROS., WIIEELOCtL
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
tr A fall !int lso of ?ma!l Musical Bit rthatuiise. We have in onr cirp'oy a f r-t t1:s r si,. .Ll.
THE M0L1NE "WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co..
Manufacturers of FARM,SPRIKG AND FREIGHT WAGOSS
A full and complete lice ef Platform and other Sjuirg M tecvr, especially acsr:. o K 'Jie
W eslt rn trade. f superior oik erf 1 It ttu titli-h. illuftn t. d 1 ru e 1 in :i w.
application. See the MOL1NB WAGI N before purctasiti;.
tMCOKFOHATSS VjKDKR THB BTATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday eveninga from 7 to 8o"ciock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
I. P. RBTNOUM. Pres. f C. DBNKMAXN, Vice-Pres. . U. BCFORD. Cs-i t:
P. L. Mitchell. B. P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crubancb. H. P. lit .
Phil Mitchtll, L. Simon, B. W. Hum, J. M. Baford.
Jaoksou A HuKST, Solicitors.
Began buiineM July 8, 1SW, ard occupy the outhca?t corner cf Mitchell ibn s:-w
Iniiwr mi i mi .
i i ijrtrOt H Tg.Y BROTPF'l Warraw Bu. New York. Prlrosoetii & :i..i?L
-.si.llt lf l
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Bhop Corner Seventeenth 8t. . . t 1 TLj
and Seventh Avenue, lVOCK ISlalltl.
B"A.ll kinds of carpentor work a speclftlty. Plana and estimate for all kinde of b--fc
fumlBhed on auDllcntion.
Proprtetor of iho'.Brsdy Street
A J kinds of Cnt Flowers eocstattlv on hni
Oreen Boqpcs viow-r stnrp
One block north of Central Park, the largest in la. 30 Brkdy s:r. et. p.vtHA-r.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND SH0ES-
Qents' Pine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done oeatlj and promptly .
A ahare of y onr patroniga reapactfully solicited.
1618 8econd Avenue. Rotk hibii-
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1181 and 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth aYcinc.
Plans aid specifications fumlfhed on all classes of work ; also spent cf Will, ft rv,. si
Sliding Blinds, something new, stylish and di-nirb:c.
K0CK 1-1.A3. KJ-
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Arenue, Corner of sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harjr' '1,,ts,'e'
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cit-ars always on Hand
free LosrJi Brery Day . . Sandwiches rarls-ed en 8-0