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Til K Al.UitS, MONDAY. El ill 11 OA IS 8, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Litest U. S. Gov't Report
COMES J. G. BLAINE
And Declares His Intentions Re
garding a Nomination.
NOT IN THE RACE FOR PRESIDENT.
A Brief Announcement That His Name
Will Not Go Ecfore the Re
physteallv nml ir-.etn.nry. The closest
Iriemls oi Mr. Blaine hit ve talked of this
fact wilh deep regret, ami the country will
as soi- y as tin y to ie.irn th.-u tlics l.ritl
iant seen lary tf state i . suitering from a
coaioiimt ion r.J uwiliks wiiicii threaten i:i
tlto near iiititi-e to U.ive lii:n out of public
His VrielKli Are thanked anil Trgrd to
Work for the Nominee Washington
iotalilea I.elieve It Means Harrison by
A reinitiation, but Culloin ami Others
CietthiK Their I.iKlitnlng Koils Vp The
Man Mho Watches the Secretary's
Health ;et in Sonic Work (iovernnr
Thayer t in. eludes to Ciive Governor
Itnytl No Further Trouble Political
"Washington, Feb. S. The following let
ter, dated Washington. Feb. , ar.il nd
dressed to I Ion. J. i. Clarkson, chairman
of the Republican national committee, is
made public, here:
"My 1H:ai: Sik: I am not a candidate
for the presidency, nml my name will not
ro before the Republican national convent
ion for the nomination. I make this an
nouncement in due season. To those who
have tendered me their support I owe sin
cere thanks and am most grateful for their
confidence. They will, I am sure, make
earnest effort in the approaching contest,
which is rendered specially important by
reason of the industrial and financial poli
cies of the government being at stake.
The popular decision on these issues is of
great moment and will be of far-reaching
consequence. Very sincerely yours,
.SigncdJ Jamis G. ISi.aine.
Meant Harrison at the Thornier.
The nriiiouncemcnt that tlie secretary
had vi itten the letter withdrawing him
self from t he field of candidates created
much (Xcitement, notwithstanding the
probability of its nitcrance had been dis
cussed for the J ;ist forty-eight hours with '
renewed vw r ;.nd its appearance thereby
discounted to some extent. Secrelary loc- '
ter was seen by a reporter and asked for
his opiuUm of t'ne effect of the letter, lie
said lte had la-en anticipating its appear- '
ance, but was surprised that it hml come '
ont now. "It will result, 1 think," he said,
"in I'resUh tit Harris! ti's renomination.''
"Will it open tiie field for other candi
dates or restrict it?"
"The field has always been an open one,
but several eei.tleinen to whom Secretary
lilaine was a block will enter the race."
Two Men lin were not Siirietl.
Secretary li'kins talked freely an inter
estingly on the subject. "For some time,"
said he, "a nionl h or more, certainly.it li.-vt
been known among the Republican politi
cians, and was becoming generally known
among the people', t hat Secretary Blaine
would not be a candidate. Sonic of them
are for Harrison, and some for others, bat
the great mass are for the president,and he
will be renominated."
Secretary Tracy said: 'I am not sur
prised. I have been expecting such a let
ter for some time. It points to Harrison's
renomination and re-election."
Mr. Tracy would not say that Mr.
Blaine's health hud anything to dn with
the present letter, nor would he make an
swer to the rptcry. "-Was not Rlnine now
stronger before the country than he ever
CULLOM IS IN THE RACE.
Would "Make n I'rrtty ;ool fund idato,'
Hut Irt for the Nominee.
Senator Ciiiloni spoke with frankness
"I am not surprised," said he. '-I had inti
mations of its coming from various sources,
and indeed from the secretary himself, but
"Will you enter the field for the nomina
"Yes; I have said to my friends that
having given Illinois nearly thirty years
of earnest sen ice I w ould esteem it a
great honor if the delegation to the
national Republican convention from Illi
nois would support me for the nomina
tion. If I could be nominated, well and
good; if not, the delegation would be free,
to support any good man. If any other
man can get more votes than 1 can I
would be for him. Hut, if you will permit
me to say it, I think I would make a
pretty good candidate."
Koine Other Views in l'.rlef.
Senator Allison said it would open the
field to any numlier of aspirants, but that
Iowa had no "favorite son," and was well
disposcd toward Harrison. Representative
TJurrows snid it means Harrison by acclama
tion. Senator Urice knew it would come
had known it for eighteen months. Pres
ident Harrison had been continually grow
ing stronger with his party, and renomin
ation by acclamation was and had lieen
for some time a certainty, lie added: "The
Republican convention will have its work
all cut out long licfore it meets, while we
are getting things in such shape that no
man can tell who will be the nominee at
Chicago. Poor Clarkson, I am sorry for
him. To be compelled to hold a tourna
ment with no compet ition. It's a very dull
outlook for him."
Mnkes Alger a Candidate.
Senator McMillan, of Michigan, said last
night: "General Alter is now a candidate
for the Republican nomination, and w i.l
go into the contest with thesoiij delega
tion from his own state, with sttpiiort from
man? other states and with a stronger fol
lowing than many peopleand better c! ate e
of success than most people think for."
An Alleged Sad l-'eutnre.
The saddest feature of this political sen
sation is the condition of health which
more than anything else induces Mr.
Blaine to take this step. It is noTongei- a
secret among Mr. Blaine's friends in Wnsh
intrtrei that he is going to nieces lxitii
lli'.l JU .V:le.l.l So i ll.-.
As HAW. Feb. tf. Nine of the lis assem
bly liislrii IsoC the staie have held conven
tions to el t-t ui -leg.. ics to iiie I lemoii at ;c
sfi'e cor. v-.-iit to lie held iureon Vah
iugtuii's b ltiniiiy. '1 he ili.tricis are in
uiiiercnt arts of the siate.aud are claimra
Lyiiill'.s fi-ies-ils to aicuiately show the
ieiitiim-i:t. '1 he only comity convention
of the iiim that is host ile to the senator is
lb- rs . oun'.y convention, where trmitii
M. Weed - s,l rolled; Weed has l;vn un
friendly to Senator 11 ill eversinr- Hill was
cho-eu se.iator. Sen Mor Hill is in town
lookiug after all the details i:i person.
ANOTHER MAN STUPS DOWN.
Governor Thayer Surrrailer tlie Kxeea
tive 1 hnir t lloyil.
OMAHA. Feb. a The suspense in the
gubernatorial m.i llh-is at an cud. Yes
terday, aft; r a long co:i-lit ition with his
legal advisi rs, Governor Thayer decided to
t 'rn the ofl ice over to doveinor U yd, and
i.ccoiilingly sent the following letter to
him by General Webster last evening:
'MK: Wl en I commenced proceeding
one year ago to (est yir.irtuleto theodice of
Governor, I did so in the full lielief that
there was great doubt in the public mind
as to your i itizensh:;i and eligiViility. I
then took occasion to publicly say that ,n
soon as your citizenship was "stablished
by the court . 1 would gl i by surrender the
office to you. The contest wa-t not one of
personal stri e nor to sjitisfy any ambition
of my own. but to comply wit a a:id uphold
the constant ion.
Will not Walt a Mandate.
"Now thai the public press has an
noatuvd that the highest tribunal has de
clared under the constitution and laws of
our country and state your right to the
office, I very cheerfully "ield the office of
governor to y ;i w ithout the mandate of
the court. As I am about to leaves the
state on Monday to 1)0 absent some weeks,
it would be most convenient for n:e to
turn over the office to you at 2 o'clock on
that day if it s your pi -asure to accept
the same at tiiat time. Very respectfully,
--John- Si. Thayer."
15od Will be on Hand in Time.
In r.n inter, lew Governor Thayer stated
that he was re .illy glad to get rid of tie
office and at n i time intended to deprive
Governor Koyd of his office. He was sorry
to see so many adverse comments by the
press, but fel confident that his cour-e
would lmet -.villi the approval of nil.
Governor Boy 1 was no-ilied by wire and
states that he vill. if able, go down today
and assume th place, iie is now confined
to his room w th n b id cold. Rater he
wired thnt he would '" on hand at the ap
pointed lime mid "cceive the office from
Interested t!ie lluekeye.
Coix.vm s, (I., Feb. S. The news thnt
Blaine has .not a letter to Chairman
Clarkson declining to he a candidate for
the Rcpublica ion nomination for the
presidency was interest tug news indeed to
Ohio politic iai s last night. The Demo
crats generally seem to regard it as leav
ing the field cl -ar for Mr. Harrison, and
say it means ; hat the president will be
(.one to Speak at a ISanquet.
DES Moines, la., Feb. s,. Governor
Boies and party lef J here last evening for
Denver, where 'he governor will speak at
the lKiiiouet ol the Grey slime club ami
give his pre-idiniial !oom a boost, lie
will talk priiicij ally of the tariff.
THE USE CF THE SHARPER
IX. loet no Nicely "Scoop anil liow I'p
the llc-pectuMc Kateal.
Al.KX.WWilA, Ya.. Feb. S W. C.
Mitcbill, a well-to-do farmer ot Tallajioosa
county, A hi., c.n ie here a f w days ago rn
find "Colonel Wi iiam F- Brady," of New
York, having ti appoiiitment wilh him to
exchange ?iOi fi r l,XNt in --green good."
They met. "made a night of it," and
Mitchell was persuaded to go on to New
York to get the si,ikk. lu the metropolis
Mitchell was int induced to sundry very
interesting perx ris, one of whom called
Henry A. Dooley. a "perfect dude," and
represented to be i bauk lashier, took him
about town and spent sundry $1 bills to
show him how readily they w ould pass.
Delimited the Iturolie Seoillid: el.
Farmer Mitchel. was delighted, and g.i
ing to a third-sti ry room iu a Barclay
street building he exchanged his $3X fnr
a valise supposed to contain !,IKM in
"green goods," with whic h he hurried out
of town. .Arriving here again he care
fully hid the valisse in t lie smokestack of a
dilapidated locomotive in the Richmond
and Danville yari s and then went on a
spree. After be hi d "gone broke" he went
to the yard office toward midnight, told
the story of his hidden wealth and got
some clerks to help him find it. The ra list
was found, and it was so securely locked
that no key would open it. The lock was
finally forced, and mside were six pack
ages each with u bright new il bill on top
of ninety-nine piects of green paper.
CAN HAVE WODDEN FEET NOW.
And Not Cure How Tight the Shoe 1
The Ilenard of Vanity.
SKNI-CA Fa! I.s, X. Y., Feb. 8. Miss Lou
isa Sherman is oleJ of the handsomest
young women in t lis village. She was
proud of her feet, v hieh were small, but
persisted in making them look smaller by
, wearing shoes that were too small. These
shoes caused her to have ingrowing toe
nails, which resulte 1 in a disease of the
bone that medical skill could not cure." It
Itec-ime so bad that she was no longer able
, to walk. l-ust week the physicians decided
that not hing con Id su ve t he young woman's
life but amputation of both feet, and they
HIS VICTIM DEAD.
Schneider, . the. Miscreant, a
HIS 7IFE EELEASED T1CM TOBMENT
A Week or StitVerins Mercifully Closed In
Eternal Sleep A Striking Scene a Mimt
Time HeTon? leath 1 he Hying AYoiiimii
Sings I'aioritc llutns In a Clear Voice,
and Then Ouietly lBses Aw By Koine
1'aets That May I'rovide a Motive for
Her Iltisleiod'H Crime.
WAsnixtiTos. Feb. 8. Amy Ilamlink
Schr.eider, wife of Howard Schneider, died
Siturday afternoon after nearly a w-ek's
intense suffering- Sunday. .).! .:!, w hi e
on her way tc church with herbroiher, she
was shot l.y her husband, from v horn sj.e
had separated. Young Hamlink was in-s'.u-.tly
killed, but Mrs. S( l.neider, with
three l.ulh l-woumls in the abdomen, livid
almost a week. Her case is one of I' e
most remarkable oil itvord, manifesting a
degree of vit nlity very astonishing. Ki r
death presented unusual features. Iu her
last hour she had intervals if conscious
ness, an 1 her mind remained clear and un
clouded almost to the last.
-V ItemnrU:tlile leath Scene.
She was thought to bedying early Satur
day mornine. Her body became cold and
she was unconscious. She, however, r; l
liid, appeared to be stronger, and con
versed freely with thos.'i.bout her bedside.
She iv.i'.iz.'d that she was dying, and as
memb rs of the family gathered ab ut i r
bedside she repealed the Lord's I'rayi r.
Tl.-t n .she sang several verses of her favor
ite hymns, "Koek of Ages," and "Nearer,
n;y God, to Thee," s'.istaitiing the f ine
with a power that setmed w ond.t ful to
those w ho listened.
Spoke of Her Ilaslitrd llusliand.
Ti'e strength which had sustained her
gradually faded away. She relapsed into
an unconscio is condition and thus passed
away. During the moments of conscious
ness Mrs. Schneider fi eiptent ly spoke of
lier husband and s,id that while she freely
forgave him for shooting her, she could
not forgive hi ui for shotting her brother.
Schnt ider. w ho is in jail, when informed
of his wife's death, gave way to tears, for
the first time ia.-e his arre-t showing any
SOM LIGHT r THE MURDER.
Anotlier (iii-i (on.,.-: !iv the Miscreant
Villi) Killed Ifx Wife.
An im i.h ;,t in Schiu-ii'.ei's carii r l.as
c-.mie to liuht which may have seine bear
ing on the tv:i;;:'.ly of Jan. III. Several
weeks ag.i a outig lady from Culpep r,
V:i.,c:ime to Washington in spend a part of
the winti r wiih her .sister, who is the wife
of a prominent business man. The young
lady was very attractive in her appearance
ami manners, a'el of a goo 1 family. In
Sony w ::y Schneider made her acquaint
ance s Kin niter her arrival in the ci'.y.
Within a few days be bi came iptite atten
tive to this yourg lady, m much sous to
nrwn-c strenuous objections on the part i f
the sister whom she was visiting.
orresiMiinli d in Nerret.
A sharp i;N;-.tre ensued lx-twcen thetwo,
and soi. n t heri-.-iftcr the younger sister n
ttirned to her hon.e in Virginia as a rcst.it
of the ultimatum that she should cease to
receive or i oiiitetiattce Schneider's : d
vances. Immediately a'ter t he y t mm lady's
return to Culpeper a c'tinde-t itie cone
sjiondeiK e was inaugurated l.-etwcn
Schneider r.rtd hep-etf. Th.e let te;s w ie
very v lumico'.s. nntl p.isH' l through nut
side hand-;, to whom they were addressed,
that her relatives intyht not be npprisetl t f
the corrt'spotideTice. Not only were epistle
exchanged, but Schneider made mere than
one t rip to Virginia to meet this lady
wit bin the three weeks preceding the detd
which brought his name ii-.io infamous
she I'rubatiiy Knows I'itn Now.
Within r. day after Schneider had been
locked behind the bars for killing bis
brothi r-in-kiw a letter w as dispatched to
(his girl. It was in a long envelope of tl e
kind used foroliicinlcomniunicatiousiii the
government departments, and its contents
wire bulky. The young indy received it
from the third party to whom it was ad
dressed and manife-ted great emotion ar.d
excitement uili-r r.-. ding it. The contents
can only be conjectured.
Does It I'rotiile (!-e Motive?
Schneider seemed to In- as din-ply in ho e
with her .is she evident iy w as with him.
and some have connected the affair with
the shooting as furnishing a motive for
the crime. A noteworthy fact m count c
tioti wit h t ills affair is t hat in several re
spects it parallels Schneider's experienc e
with his wife In foiv t heir marriage, their
a aiutar.ee ha iug been iii,a measure cl.in-ce-tine
ami meet itig wit h the opposition
of Mrs. Schneider's parents.
A Itiithi'lifHl Murder.
CilM'Aco, Feb. S. - Jenniu Massingill
1 ved at St. Louis as the w ife, in the corn
in. m law style, of Mike McGuire, a rest a u
rmt keeper. He ill-treated her shamefully
and she left him w ith Frank Mi-Lain, li
ing with the litter in the same rcl.tt ion,
but .McLtiin says they w ere to have b-e:i
married yesterday. McGuire came to Chi
cago, and failing to find .Jennie found Mc
Iiu. put a pistol to his head and forctd
him to lead the way to where Jennie w: s
employed in n restaurant. Here McLain
escaped an I M(ii;ir'e shot the woman to
to death i;nd then got away.
tieruiany at the Chicago Fair.
B;:i:i.In, Feb. s;. Herr Wer.nutli, Ger
nriti im;H-rial commissioner for the Chi
cago fair, has returned to Berlin after con
cluding a series of visits to all parts of the
empire in the interest of Germany's ex
hibit at the fair. He expresses suti-fac-tion
w ith the lestilt of his tour and says
t iere is a general disposition to support
his pioposjis. Kvery where he has been
given promises which assure the success
lit the German division of the exposition.
Man and Wife IMe iu One Day.
Jki kki:sonv;i.1.k, Intl., Feb. 8. Matthew
I'legg and w ife, Martha, died Saturday at
lieuryville, after a short illness of la
grippe, w ithiii an interval of three bonis.
Mr. Ciegg was a lawyer of ability and the
possessor of one of the most valuable es
tates in this county. He was f years old
and his wife two years bis junior.
The HotiNe TLinteited to Kulogles.
Washington, Feb. 8. The only matter
before the house Sat unlay was the resolu
tions expressive of the sorrow of the num
bers at the death of Representative Jee, of
Virginia. Kulogies were delivered by
Meredith of Virginia, Cunimlngs of Ntw
York and others, and as a further mark i
rescH s.t the houve adjourned.
Engineer and Fireman Killed and Two
Others Seriously Wounded.
Larrabf.E, Mo., Feb. 8. The wesfci
bound limited express, - known ' aa the
"Denver" on the Chicago and Alton rail
road, while running at the rateof sixty
mile au hour, was wrecked at this place at
4 o'clock yesterday morning in a head-end
collision with a side tracked east-bound
stock train. The switch had been care
lessly placed or tampered with. Both
engines were totally wrecked, the baggage,
express cars and smoker of the limited
were splintered and nbont a dozen stock
cars thrown from t he track.
Was Deadly Tor Train Men.
None of the passi ngers was seriously in
jured, though dozens of bruises and flesh
wounds resulted. Those on the engines
were the sufferers. The dead are: Alexan
der Islington, of Roodhouse, Ills., engineer
of the freight train; Frank Kellar, of Rood
house, Ills., fireman of the passenger train.
Chris Adi lman. engineer of the passenger
train, and Charles ilyndman, fireman of
the freight train, were seriously injured,
and mav die.
WHAT CO YOU CALL A FIGHT X
A l-ei-!ii:-iioiiiee nt Coal Creek, Tenn.,
Which Wasn't n I'l-nyer Meeting.
Kv.nWU.U-:. Tenn., Feb. There was
no fight at Co il Creek Saturday night.
The cause of the alarm was the surround
ing of the militia camp by many miners,
w ho opened an indiscriminate firing, hop
ing to put the suldiir.-i to flight. They w ere
disappoint el, as the troops returned the
fire, and the miners dispersed. There were
several hundred shots hred, but no one was
Kept Her Word w ith a Kazor.
Milan, Teun., Feb. 8. A horrible trag
edy occurred in Carroll county Friday
night. Charles Travis and wife have been
living unhappily for sometime. A few
days ago the wife pushed one of the chil
dren into the fireplace, burning it badly.
In his anger the husband kicked his wife
out of doors. She swore to kill him, and
Friday night, while her husband was
asleep, she procured a razor and slashed
his face and throat in a donen places. He
died before help arrived.
Uarb Wire Trust Dissolved.
PiTT.sr.l'l.'tj, Feb. 8. The barb wire trust,
which comprised all the barb wire plants
of the country, has been dissolved. This
statement was made by J. M. Gates of
Chicago, w ho w as president of the com
bination. It was formed a year ago and
represented millions of capital. Mr.
Gates attributes the co'.lap-e of the trust
to overproduction of cotton in the south
r.nd the immense output of barb wire.
The "l-'nture" In vestigation.
WASillM.ToN, Feb. ".The house agri
cultural commit tec Saturday continued the
hearing on t.ttures iu grain, and Mr.
Aldrich, of Chicago, gave some more in
formation, one point he made being that
before a - short" seller can realize he has to
buy. A. J. Sawyer, another man who had
previously addressed the committee, said
that tlii' farmer always got cash for his
when', and thnt the reason wheat was
higher t .M-nty-live years ago was ow ing to
fluctuations in the value of gold. H. Mat
tllllah, editor of the St. I'aul States, de
clared that "short" selling was the trouble
and presented a bill that wasn't a bit
".short," which he declared would make
matters about right. Chairman Hatch
discredited some figures made by Statisti
cian Dodge, of Ihe cgrit-ullural depart
ment on tlie ground that once he (Dodge)
hail made a mistake iu the tobacco report.
Funsto.i remarked that if Hatch was go
ing to impeach Dodge lie bad better give
him a hearing, to which Hatch replied that
he would be happy to do so.
Tlie Iowa Legislature.
1KS Moixrs. Fib. 8. The bill to protect
stock from malicious injury passed the
senate Saturday. It gives six months iu
the penitent Lir if tin; value of the stock
destroyed exceeds iT". The! bill to punish
"rin. ;in ;" on race tracks wa-i also passed.
The house and senate committees on thnt
subject agreed Oil a bill to relieve the s; -preme
court. It establishes an intermedi
ate court with three judge elected by pop
ular vote; salary, S-i.'i l each; jurisdiction,
all cases w here t lie disputed amount docs
not exceed SIKKi. Bills were introduced
iu the house: Appropriating ftiPJ.OOU for
an agricultural college; providing for
teaching mu-ic in the public schools.
A Woman Murderer To ISe Hanged.
ClttcAi.o, Feb. S. The jury in the-case of
George Painter, charged with the murder
of Alice Martin, known as Alice Painter,
on May 17, JS.il, has rendered a verdict of
guiltcy, fixing the penalty at death.
It v.t.s Ijoji Johnson, we be
lieve, v.ho, when aslccd Mal
lock's question, " Is life worth
living ? " replied " That de
pends on the liver" And Een
Johnson doubtless saw the
double point to the pun.
The liver active quick
life rosy, everything bright,
mountains of trouble melt like
mountains of s-now.
The liver sluggish life dull,
everything blue, 'molehills of
worry risj into mountains of
anxiety, and as a result sick
headache, dizziness, constipa
tion. Two ways are open. Cure
permanently, or relieve tern
porarily. Take a pill and suf
fer, or take a pill and get well.
Shock the system by an over
dose, or coax it by. a mild,
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
are the mild means. They
work effectively, without pain,
and leave the system strong.
One, little, sugar -coatCd pel
let is enough, although a
whole vial costs but 25 cents.
Mild, g ff:t!e, soothing and
healing is Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy. O lly 50 cents.
Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOQDYA.T.
m ill c i'ii Tii 11 1 -
This firm have the exclusive eale for ilia county n
PieiiOB eirjd Orjretrjy,
WEBER, STUYVESANT, DECKEIi BROS,, WH.EKI OCR.
ESTEY, AND CAMP & C0.3 PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
IP A full line Iso or email Musical rorrt handiFe. w e lte in our c-mj ley a tft -tff P-sB(, 7ctH
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moiine Wap Co..
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Manufactortrs of FARM. SFR1KG AND-FREIGHT VAGGSS
A ft. 5 1 ard rnmplete "'ire t f rif-tforra and ctt cr f-'i lit f: Writ if, cf 1 1 cirn'y irtj-iai
V cttt tn ti:u!c. t f superior workirtr - It- ( r n la hli. lihn-tii t ti J in 1 .r; !r-
tuOiriit'tni. See the Mdl INK W ( t -i fi re i lint n-ii "
INCOKrOKATKD DI'DEB TEE STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Opo ilaily from 9s. m. to 4 p. m., nJ Siturdiy evi-Tiirsj from 7 to 8o"c'-k.
Five percent interest paid on Deposits Moaer loaned on Pers
lateral, or Heal Estate Security
S P. RTNOr,W. Pre. T C. 0HSSMASN, Vice-Fre J. v. fit '"01
f i . Mi'-Thi ll. I P. Rert)fMi, P. C. nenKnuinti. -Intin Onhnj7h II V I
f hi! Mitch. 11, L. Hlmt.n, E. W. Borst. J. M. bafb-J.
Japkhox A Hi'Bst. S.-iliciur.
WB' Itati ttif ititfs Julj 8, 1?!0, at t! occcny Ue n .tithe pt cr.ti rr cf y;u '
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B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor iitcI Builder.
Office and Shop Corner Sever urf- S , T3 , L. Tdinr
and St-vecth Ave-Due, - JA.OCK iilwlii
fcJJf" All klnOs of carpenter work a s;ecia:tv. flam d 1 ttlmatet for all t'.vi of sili!
'arnii-red on apiiitoinon
CHAS. D ANNA CHER,
Proprietor of the Brady Street
l kind of Cut Flowera conFtn.tly on hand.
Green Ronn- Flower Store
One Work roilh of Ccrtral Park, 'ht largeft in la. Si 4 Brady Street, DaT.n; .-.,tc
A.. BIjf ACKH ALL ,
Manafacturerof ail kinds of
KOOTP AND SHOES
nt' Hbors pctaitT. Repairing done ncatlf and uromuUT .
a hareofynrrpatronaarecpjjcti'allyaolleited. r,
1618 Second Avenue, Rock IsIaaX
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor eind Builder,
1151 and 1123 Foarth avenne. Realdence 1119 Fourth aTtnue.
Plane and gpecificatlotio fnrrlnhed on all claraes of work : aim agent cf Willer'e P&ttut
Sliding Bllnda. something new, ttylith and desirable.
HOCK WT ANT. t"
Opera 3E3Co-uljso Saloon
GEORGE SCIUTER, Proprietor.
1801 Second ATenne. Corner of Sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper's Ttcst.-e-
Ths choicest Wines. Liquors. Beer and Ciears alwavs on Hand
tee Lunch KTery Day . . Sandwiches pnrnlthedoa Sho t Mi"