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TI1K AKG I 'S, FlllDAT. JFEBKUAK f 5, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
ABSOLUTE U PURE
GREAT IS CHICAGO.
Durborov Sings Her Praises to
A PAN TO THE LAKE METROPOLIS.
ItteiiomeiiHl (irou tli from a l.oiw-ly l'ort
to (lie Site r mm Exposition that Will
C'miMt I"iiriiifr l-Inti-rprine of the Iviiul
lo Si;h '-Wo Wvrr Not In It" World's
Fair rro(ir-t I'nintril with ilow inir
Kluqiu-m'f Nrw Move in tlic flatter of
M .ovcriinifiit Appropriation.
Baltimokk.FcIi. .V The annual liniiqtiet
ft hn Men-hunts and Manufacturers' as
sociation of this city was held last eveiiini;.
In addition to the many jiroinincnt Halti
more.;is a numliertif distinguisliiHl gentle
men from Washington rt-re present. They
includtil Senator Vanee, of North Caro
lina,; Hon. Harry Welles Kusk, Hon.
Ilerniim Mump; Commander WinlieM
Pcott Schley, of the cruiser Ualtiiuore;
Hon. J. Allen, of Mississippi; Hon. Allen
C. Dnrhurrmv, chairman of the house of
representatives committee on the World's
fair, ami others. Covers were laid for 175
persons. The ilininji-rooiii was hand
somely decorated with (lowers and potud
The List of Toasts anal Speakers.
An orchestra was concealed and dis
coursed the music from iiehinil a screen of
rlants. The toasts were: "The Associa
tion," the Hon James A. tiary; "The State
of. Maryland." Governor Frank lSrown;
"The City of lialtimore," Mayor F. C. Ii
trole; ' The New Navy," the Hon. Charles
A. Houtelle; '(.'Licayo and the Columbian
Kxposition," the Hon. Allen C. Durborow;
"The Drummer, r the Commercial Mis
sionary." Onirics K. Hopper; "The Humors
of a 1'oiiticnl Campaign." the Hon. John
Allen; "The Unsnns Mjiii in l'olitical
I.ife,"ex Mayor ISobcrt C. Das idson; "How
jon Does It Take the Political Pee to
Swell the ( (flicial Hentl:" Collector W. M.
IMii-borow Kuoiuh )ii':i.
Iiepresetitntive Diihori.w, after thatik
lUK bis hosts for their hospitality, pltmnl
at once into the discussion of the World's
fair and Chicago. Amont: other thinsrs he
paid: "In the history of the municipal
ities of this hind of ours thcrccouhl scan e
ly be a greater contrast than thi't which
exists between this lcaiuif c.l. historic
home of yours and the liardcn City on our
inland sea. With three rent uries of pro
gress and development, nhled by all that
nature could do lor its most favored spot,
with its destinies directed by men whose
names are indelibly inscribed on the roll
of the first citizens of t he republic, Ilalri
more today has reached a point in com
mercial greatness which makes her posi
tion HU-ioi.t; t lie trreut cit ies of the country
Becure and indisputable.
The W miller ill tlie (ireitt Nortli west.
"On the other hand, scarce sixty years
have passed since a lonely fori and a min
iature settlement marked the site of the
city which today is the marvel of the
world. Hut you will permit me in nil mod
esty to assume that of all attractions which
will before he laid the multitude of our
visitors the re will lie none morepreaT. none
more attractive than the municipality in
which they are located. As the representa
tive city of American enterprise and
growth, it is the Mecca toward which all
eyes and all steps will turn, to which all
thoughts will be directed.
.retU IV. o Out this Way.
"In the commercial centre of a tributary
territory having a population of more tliaii
23,000,000 souls, n section favored by nature
and endowed by Providence with t he rich
est blessinsn that can be showered upon a
happy people, there has been developed a
character an 1 n temperament which is ,-t
problem that ethnologists and siciloists
admit to be one of the most intricate yet
brought to their knowledge. A race of
men has crown up wit h ideas mid habits
most stromrly marked, with a character
most pronounced, and with an obstinate
firmness in attaekinn and ovei-comitii; ob
stacles, a people w horn to see and to know
into admire; this people and this region
are beyond description and almost beyond
than equal to the additional burden which
may be placed upon it. Trust it and trust
them, let come what may; no interest
will 'h sliyhted and no sect ion will lie ig
nore. . This exposition is destined to Ik
not oily the most phenomenal preseiilH
t ion of industries, the arts, the sciences,
the et uctK io:i and the civilization of this
and o her countries, hut in its character,
iti its plan and scope it is, and will be
thoroi L'hly, purely, entirely national and
Line Her Out, llrolker IMirliorow.
"Ami by a conservation of tremendous
eneixj this (creat industrial exhibition
Will take up the fruyed threads of oppor
tunity and weave them into cables st router
than steel and stronger than sentiment to
draw i he car of An.t rican progress to an
alt ji iid beyond t he conception of present
thoul t. :c it wiil ben panorama of
history of all iritiniis, illiistmtini; alike
the ph. nomeiirtl developments of the past,
and utr'oldiui' the marvelous possibilities
of the :'itlure. To the student of the pro
cress if the first American republic it
will Ih a field of study licit will make
every American prouder of his count ry,
provider of her past record and her present
tchieve iients, pro ider and more confident
of the i retii future w hich i-i to take its
inspinit on from this approaching; con
cress of all nations."
Tlie I'.uilttiiiK fr the Fair.
lleviewinK briefly the wonders from f;r
and neai that will lie exhibited at the fair
Durborow proceeded: ''l!ut not the least of
all will bet he wonderful struct tires wherein
will be p ace" I this marvelous aktretfatioa.
The Doric, the I mi.:, the Composite, the
Norman have passed from tradition into
history, i nd are entombed in stone. The
Kenaissa ice left its impress upon the arts,
intellect, and architect niv of its time, but
in our da.- and in thi. year a new order of
architecture is come, an order which will
live ever, which will exist in history and
stand approved in art the very mention
of it shim d cause the bosom of every citi
zen to s veil with pride, for it will be
known as the American era.
A Hint to the Mnrj hinder.
"Ami in closing, let me hope that this
beautiful state of your, so replete with
incidents of colonial history, so prominent
in our iirit onal growth and development,
possessing such wonderful mineral
wealth, s ich prosperous manufactures
and such widespread and crowing com
merce shall make ample provi-ions in our
country's exhibit for n.ainiaiiiiiu; her
proud posi ion and join her sister state-in
celcbratim. the discovery of a con I incut
which has become the home of people of
every race and from every clime, a dis
covery whi -h has accomplished more for
humanity in its material, intellectual and
spiritual t.spects than all other events in
the history of the world."
WILL NOT ASK FOFt A DOLLAR.
World's l'i ir Directors Take a New
plot ore v. ith I nele Sam.
Cuicaco, Feb "). It is now practically
Fettled tha', the Chicago World's fair di
rectory wiL not a- k congress to j,ive them
a dnllar in aid of the Columbian exposi
tion. The proposition to fi before eon
press and olicit a loan of Syocn.ooo and
the inovemi nt to have I." nele Sam invest
in".,Xo.0K)( f World's fa irstock w ill be both
be abandoned and in their stead a bill will
lie brought forward by the national com
mission asking congress to appropriate
about i-i.oou u.-u to be expended by the na
tional commissioners appointed by the
How tlie Ionry 'Will Ite Spent.
If this npp -opriation is secured no part
of the f4,(X)0, OOwill be spent on the grounds
and building ; of the exposition. The en
tire sum will be paiil out for administra
tive purposes on the lines laid down by the
law of congr -ss creating the exposition,
(ieneral J. W St. Clair, of West Virginia,
and his hssih iates on the committee of
federal lecisl it ion of the national board
out lined t he I lan of campaign, and it is as
Cood as settled that the local directors will
endorse Cciic al St. Clair's action. I Resi
dent linker st i nds ulune in opposing the
TRIBUTE TO THE GARDEN CITY.
A I'lare Where Hushing Crowds W hoop
Thine I'P Lively.
"In the streets of this city is found a
rushing, roariiiK, bustling mass of human
ity, each intent on his own purpose and
his own desires, and yet nil as an aggre
gate forming u harmonious, energetic mass
in one of the best governed of all the cities
which dot our land. Here architecture
lias found free scope and the dreams of
builders have become the realities to supply
the needs of commerce. Architectural
frrandeur unsurpassed in the world and
uudreampt of by students of a generation
ago, have become structural possibilities
and monuments of northwestern nerve
Just the Place for the World's Fair.
"Unique in thought, adroit in action
shrewdly conscious of their own strength)
it was fitting and proper that of all the
land this city should be chosen as the fit-,
test place wherein to lay a new base line
upon which the progress of future genera
tions might rest their cnlculutions: and
with a unanimity born of a sentiment
grown and developed in the breast of the
people themselves, as one man they put
forth their strength and their substance to
undertake and execnte this mnrvelons and
unparalleled undertaking. To more will
ing hands it could never have been
confided, to more enthusiastic intellects
its plan and its execution could not have
What the Town lias Hone.
"Chicago Las done more for thi3 exhibi
tion than was ever done by any country
for any international exposition heretofore
held, and should the economic feeling of
a non-progressive government fail of its
bounden share in this great work the peo-'
Iile-whjo.SDUcht thif honor will urove more
ANOTHER OF THOSE CRANKY 'JACKS.'
Ho Write Lnvr I-etters that Are Uriel
l)l:t to the I'oint.
XKW P.UfKstVK k. X. J., Feb. 5 The
village of Crni berry, this county, is in an
I uproar over the actions of a letter writer
j who has addrtsscd endearing epist'es to
. nearly every marriageable girl in the
j place. So obnoxious has the writer be
! come that Postmaster McDowell was ap-
pealed to. He traced forty-eight letters
jfroiu the letter tiend to as many resi
dents of the village. The letters were all
j similar in lnvjuage, being brief, and to
this effect: "M 7 Dear Miss I am seeking
a partner in life. Are you available?
Answer to Jack the love-maker."
Warned "Oft the Preserves."
Miss Jennie Martin, who had received
three letters of i his character, sought out
j Constable Silvers and employed him to
watch the posto'hee. Silvers had located
the writer Wednesday, and chased a farm
er's sons across . ten-acre field beore he
discovered his tiistake. In the evening
mail Silvers was warned to absent himself
j from the postoffii e in the following terse
: but threatening letters: "Keep off my pre
j serves, or you an a dead man. Signed,
Jack the Kisser."
I'lagu'e Spot in Krar.il.
New Yoisk, Fel . 5. Captain Yarker, of
the steamship Buff on, which arrived yes
terday from Bra.lian ports, says that the
' health of Santos end other seaports is ter
rible. It is imptssihle to estimate the
nnmber of deaths from yellow fever there.
. People drop down in the streets and lie
; where they fall tin il they die. Every cem
etery is overcrowled and neighboring
fields are being utilized for the purposes of
lHvidend of ft Per Cent.
BosTov, Feb. 5. A dividend of 2 per
cent, was declared yesterday by the Chi
cago and Western Michigan Railway com
pany and payable on the 15th inst. The
l-uusfer books will close Feb. 8 to 13, both
MRS. OSBORNE'S SIX.
The Fair Jewelry Thief Surren
SHE WILL ENTEE A FLEA OF GUILTY
And He Satisfied If Mie Has to "Do Time"
for a Year A Sacrifice to Save Her lies
hand's Position, While lie Was Willing
to Sacrifice Himself for Her The Tron
tle with the Itritish Shoe Trade Kx
plained The Ki.lcr.
I-omhix, I-b. 5. Mrs. Floi-er.ee Kile'
Osborne was arrested yesterday tit Do
ver on the arrival of the steamer
from Calais. The lady took her ar
rest calm'y. Upon lur nival at Ca
lais she gave her proper name and
-made no attempt to conceal her identity.
Puling the voyage across the channel sl.e
r -mtiire l secluded, but was an object of
much c rii sty w hen she entered the steam
boat and w !:ei. she landed. Mr-. ()sb..u.e
was in traveling attire. She looked p.-;!-.
b t on the whole scene! t,-:l . r I e r
p si cally lor her joi : rne P. r a !, and a
b sunder at Dover, who . ii. mix I.. i
s en 1 er K fore, was hini'ci to tea atk that,
she was prettier than ever.
he Kan Away to Sp:iin.
When hi r case against the H itvrcaves
for liliel tell to pieces by the discoverv of
her guilt Mr-i. Osborne tied to Spa!;.. Ib-r
bii-haiid was stiil devoted to her in spin;
of her duplicity, and when she went lo
Spam offered to join her a:id a -comp tny
her in a flight to a more remote region",
thus cutting himself oil' from his army
connections, atid in fact ruining his life
professionally. She refused lo do t his and
determined to return home and stand
trial, and thus, if possible, save her hus
band from the further coisciieUces f .
Ret for which she was alone responsible.
Upon her arrest the police treated her
with courtesy, and she was under no ap
parent constraint. She was at once es
corted to the Dover train and brought to
London, arriving here at 11 o'clock last
night. As the fact of her arrest was not
generally known there was not an unuscai
crowd at the station.
PllMie Opinion Softening.
Since the fact became known that Mrs.
Osborne intended to surrender in order to
save her husband from the loss of his pros
pects in the army, the current of public
opinion has set somewhat in her favor. It
is stated that she will plead guiitvtothe
charge of obtaining on false pretence from
the jewelers, Spink & Sons, the t.Vi which
they paid her for the jewelry which s!,,!
tole from Airs. Hr.rgreave ;. This charge
is being p'tshed against h r bv the author
ities of the city of Loudon. Whet her addi
tional prosecutions will be instituted for
perjury and for theft din's not iv-t with the
city police, as the alleged crimes were not
committed within the city l:ii.,;s.
Tile II urgl-nves w ill not I'rosernl e.
It is known that neither M.-ijor nor Mr-.
Ilargcravcsha vc any d"si re to bring fur: h -r
misery upon their former intimau friend,
nnd it i--;u. : hat Airs. Ilargeran-s is plun.;-i-il
in gtief about Mrs. tKUirnc. and is pin
ing for her society. Yhatecr may be the
fact as to this, it is known that but ii Major
mid Mrs. 1 largeraves, when approached
the subject of prosecution for the robbery,
said with emphasis that they would soom-r
spend a year abroad than have anything
to do w ith such ,-i step. A prosecution for
perjury is, however, not improbable, on
the ground that the intere-t of public
justice requires it. but it is not beii. v.d
that any movi meat in thai direct ton has
Her Craioldad a Cood friend.
Mr. .lohn l-.iliott, grandlat her of Mrs.
Osborne, has b -en sparing noellort. linan
Ci il orotherwise.to secure his granddaugh
ter's release from the maze of trouble in
which she is involved, lie has, it is sta't-1,
offered to reimburse all pari ies who h.ie
been put to loss by her conch ct. Mrs. Os
borne will lie held for trial at I he old B;.i
ley. An attempt, will probably be made in
s' cure I: r release on bail, and inii".v of
her voluntary surrender it is t bought thai
It will be successful.
Will ISe 1 outelil Willi One Year.
Captain Osborne is reported to have s-iid
that his w ife is full of courage, ami would
endure such punishment as the courts
might h:!!iet without flinching orshiik
ing. she would he content if the penalty
Imposed did not exceed one year.
HELD BACK BY TRADE UNIONS.
Why Knglaml Is I i f I y Year it. hind
America in One Industry.
1.,M(VN, fen. .1. 1 lie niemliers of the
royal labor commission expressed great
surprise yesterday at the evidence given
by Mr. Single, a boot and shoe manufac
turer of I.ceds, on the subject of imported
and domestic limits and shoes. Mr. single
testified that the art of boot and shoe mak
ing in America is lifty years ahead of that
in Kngland, owing to the use of improved
machinery, which cannot Ik- taken ad van
tage of by English manufacturers on ac
Jount of t he determined opposition of the
trades unions to any innovations in the
line of labor-saving devices.
Are as l.noil Ouulity and ( heaper.
American made hoots and shoes, the
witness declared, are fully equal in qual
ity while much cheaper, as compared with
those of English production. The imports
from America, already large, are rapidly
growing. The prices are such as to leave
the American manufacturer a good profit.
Mr. Single naturally thought that if the
commission could do something to con
vince the unions that it w as to t heir inter
est to admit improved machinery in the
factories, and thus prevent the trade going
to America, il would lie a good thing for
ani'ot Flout the Kidrr.
1iNHOX, Feb. 5. The divers who went
to workjyesterday morning examining the
Eider from the Herman salvage steamer
Xtvas, made it through survey of the
bottom of the stranded steamer. They
found that the outside shell of the ship
was so torn by I he rocks upon w hich she had
grounded that to attempt to float her js a
The Iowa Legislature.
Dks Moines, Feb. 5. The Schmidt, local
option bill was favorably reported to the
senate yesterday, and its consideration set
for Thursday next. A minority report
will be filed. The honse received a report
on a resolution f-v:.i;iig the cutting off of
the Sunday p.-r diem o! H.erks and em
ployes. One or the Turner i:i:ig UHc Ilnsl.
i: lIJ.i;, Ky.,Feb. 5 The Turner an.l
Parton factions have had another clash
and this time one of the Turner gang was
killed. The man killed was tieorge Sharp,
t son of old Kirk Sharp, at whose house
l'uruer and his gang had bi-en making
headquarter. The encounter occurred
Henry A. Castle has been appointed
postmaster at St. Paul.
Funeral services were held at Mentone,
France over the remains of Kev. Mr. Spur
geon. The will of the late Cardinal Manning
shows that he possessed less than 100 at
Britton Williams.of Bradleyville, Tenn.,
aged 14 years, was fatally stabbed by a
James Odem, who wantonly killed two
negroes in Louisiana, was shot dead while
In West Virginia a freight train plunged
from a bridge into the Potomac, lifty feet
below. One man was killed.
The Niagara county Democratic conven
tion elected a solid Cleveland delegation to
the Xew Yotk slate convention.
Kussell Sage, Jr., the nephew of the
millionaire, is dead of meningitis. He
was 03 years of a.;e and unmarried.
Two national batiks in Deming and Sil
ver City, M., have Iiecu closed by order
of the compt roller of the currency.
The it .'.iHI) memorial hospital at Johns
town, l a., has been dedicated. It was
erected by the State l'iiiod committee.
It is established beyond a doubt that a
man found dead in a San Antouio park
last October vi as the nihilist assassin of
the Kus.shiu (Ji'iieral Michael de Sehv-i-rskoil.
Charles E. Wntet bury, with two confed
eraies, is under trial at Greenwich, Conn.,
for nlxluci m.g little Ward Wat erbury, his
A mob near 1 icndcrsonville, Tenn., at
tacked two negroes who had been acquit
ted of a charge of barn burning, shot
through the window of their cabin and
killed their aged mother.
Deacon White Kcinstatcd.
XewYokk, Feb. 5. The Stock Exchange
yesterday reinstated S. V. White and T.
W. Hopkins, representing the firm of S. V.
White & Co., as members in good stand
ing. When the announcement was made
it was received with cheers, ami Mr. White,
on making his appearance, w as warmly
congratulated by his hosts of friends who
were present. White'screditors have takeu
his personal word that he will pay all his
ilubts in, tjiue.
IT HARDLY FITS THE CRIME.
The I'linisliiiirnt Awarded the to Valpar
YAl.p.n.l-o. Fel. 5. Judge of Crimes
Foster yesterday passed sentence in the
long-pending and much-discussed Balti
more assault case of Oct. 1, 1S91. The
finding (if the court is as follows: Carlos
Arena, alias Gomez, sentenced to prison
for 'M days. Mo of which is for "wounding"
Tui nbull, who died of his injuries.
What Is a Murder in t hili, Anjliow?
Jose Abumada gets 3-.M days for injuring
Turnbull. while Frederico Kodrigucz gets
140 days for wounding Biggins, who also
died of his wounds, the judge holding that
the shot that was fatal was fired by some
unknown person. Gome, and Koderi
giiez are liable iti Chilian law for damages
to the families of Turnbull and liiggin,
re rover ilile l v civil suits.
ATTACKED BY FIVE THUGS.
A Wealthy hicago ilizen I'ight-t
Urately lint Falls.
ClIIOAi.o. Feb. .". Iver Anderson, a
wealthy Chicago citizen, was shot and
terribly licntcii by live toughs, and will
die. He was alone in the coal office of his
son-in-law, Tohn Callahan, at (iul North
l,eavitt street, when live men entered the
ard. Mr. Anderson saw then and rushed
to lock the disir, but the robbers had it
partly opened and one of them liegan beat
ing him on the head with a revolver.
Shot Him Through the Hour,
The old man stood his ground until an
other of the robbers shot him through the
door, inlliciiiig a fatal wound in Audit
son's groin. Mr. Anderson had a large
sum of money in his possession, but the
thieves ran afier the shooting without hav
ing secured any portion of it.
15ov tiiiinites Win a loint.
LANCAstKIt. Pa.. Feb. .". The fight be
tween the Howmanites and the anti-Bow
man factious of the Evangelical church
was carried into court here yesterday. The
church at Akron is controlled by tho anti
Bow inanites. The Bowmauites filed a bill
in equity petitioning tiio court to restrain
the present pastor from officiating, aud
also restraining the trustees from interfer
ing with the performance of the duty of
the pastor appointed by llishop How man. A
preliminary injunction was granted and
the church placed in the hands of the
plaintiffs by ihe sheriff.
deluded tlie unhappy victim of
catarrh in the head. He's been
told that it can't bo cured. Don't
you believe it. It can be, and it
is no matter Lou bad or of how
long standing. It has been done
for" thousands by Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. "Other so-called
remedies may palliate for a time ;
this cures for ail time. "By its mild,
soothing-, cleansing and healing
properties, it conquers the worst
cases. Its makers offer, in good
faith, a reward of $500 for a case
of catarrh -which they cannot cure.
They are ablo to pay it. Are you
able to take it?
The symptoms of catarrh are,
headache, obstruction of nose, dis
charges falling into throat, some
times profuse, -watery, and acrid, at
others, thick, tenacioug, mucous,
purulent, bloody, putrid and offen
sive ; eyes vrcak, ringing in ears,
deafness ; offensive breath ; 6mell
and tasto impaired, and general
debility. Only a few of these
symptoms likely to be present at
once. Thousands of cases termi
nate in Consumption and end in the
grave, without ever having mani
fested all these symptoms. Dr.
Sage's Remedy cures the -worst
cases. 50 cents, by druggists.
Woodyatt's Music House-
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
s a s
This firm have the exclusive sale for lliia tount v ,,
WEBER, STU YVES ANT, DECKEIi BRO,. WHf.KLOCK
And tne iioiri Y . WESTERN COTT A (i . v a t, Immc-
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
A full lin tlso of pmall Musical Bif rchandife. We hac in onr cd:'. v k f .
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Tlie Moline Wairon Co.,
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Rock island Savings Bank
ROOK ISLAXD, ILL.,
Opet dai'y from 9a. -a. to 4 p. m., spd Sitnrday cvcT:r.c from '. ;o ". '.-
Five per cert interest paid on Deposits- Mon.evloar.eici. Tr. !
lateral, or Real Estate Security
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and Scvnnth Avenue, ' IvOCK
OF All kinc- of carpenter work a spoci<y. P!sn and eatiinatea for ail of r.-!'.4::!
forniiei3 cb aar'.iciir-.rii.
Proprtetor of ttae.Brady Street
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Ad kinds of Cut Flowers conf tintly on band.
Green Bon-e Flower tore-
One blork north of Central Park, the larpect In la. H Brady Strt.-t. DT
Hanafactnrerof all kinds of
B00T8 AND 8H0ES-
Goti.'Fine Shoes a specialty. Repalrinpdone neatly and promptly .
A share of yonrpatronaga respactfally solicited. , r-
1818 Second Avenue. Rcr.k Is.ail.
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder.
1121 and 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avitric.
Plans and specifications furnirted on all classes of work : also aeent t,t W r lc'' '
felidicg Blinds, aomcLhirg new, etyliahauddveirable.
Opera House SalooU
GCTCGE SCIIAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Corner of Slxteetth 8tree - Oppoi-ite Harpf'" Tte':i're-
The choicest Wines. Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lonei Brery Day . . Sandwiches rornlalia on Sbo t