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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY- 9, 1892.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
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Rumor that Hotel Royal was
Set on Fire.
THE THREAT OF A SCRUB W0MA3T.
A Vow that She Wonlil Burn (lie Home
Slow FrocrMi at the Ruin Hut Twelve
Corpse So far Kcrovrrrd I'ifty-Klclit
(losing. Many of Them with "shady"
Reputations A List of Thirty Injured
A Human foot in ilit A Million
Dollar rire at Mempliia. j
New Voi:x, 1-Vb. ft. It was stated yes.
tcrdrty thnt one of the scrub women of the
Hotel Koyul may have been the cause oi j
the holocaust Sunday morning. In other j
words that the fire was not accidental but
Incendiary. The story is that two weeks '
ro she made a deliberate attempt to burn
Op her fellow servant at midnight and j
nearly succeeded. She (lis.ippe.tred after- ;
wards with the threat that, .-he would yet j
"burn them nil." This matter, it is j
stated, is to be investigated by the police. I
The fire the scrub woman started was in i
flat house just across Sixth avenue, on the !
inn flruir rif wliii-h sivrn rtt tif wrt'nntq .
oi nie noiei aulll .siepi me woman,
whose name was Muriraret. came home
one night drunk and threatened to set fire
to tie place.
The Womau 11ns Disappeared.
Her fellow -ervants took her candle
away and thought ihe dnntjer was over,
lut Margaret went down to the floor be- 1
low, obtained another candie. and (joins; '
back to her own room deliberately set her !
bed on fire. 'Alien the others ran out and j
the firemen en me, n policeman, limling the ,
woman (Iran on the sidewalk chased her :
away with his dub. It was said yester- j
day by the other m'irls who reomed in the
fl.it house that Mar(rnret Luri been dis-!
missed the followiu day by the hotel i
proprietor and had not since been seen !
aliout the place. When she went away j
s!te vowed she would burn down the hotel, j
A person living near the Hotel Hoyal said '
that he saw tiames coaiirn; from the hot !
at 2:50 a. m.. twenty minutes before the1
Slow Work Recovering Bodies.
It has been definitely ascertained that
there were l.VJ persons hi the hotel when
the fire broke out. The search for bodies
was resumed yesterday moniine; at 7
o'clcck, Italians bein. eiicajtcd iu the
phastly work, which wiu very slow. The
firemen at !' o'clock found the body of a
woman in a room on the filth floor of the
portion of the buildintr still standing on
1'ortieth hi reei. A few '.minutes later the
body of a mar. was found beneath a pile
of debris under the site of the dining-room.
Seven bodies had Iwen fo-md since 9:3 ).
Hut there are til ruissjn ami how many o
these lie under the ik-brN?
ICel.i'H of the Lost One.
By noon nine liodies had leen taken out
and they were all taken to the morgue.
Numerous at .icles picked up from the de
bris were seMt to tlir; T.'iirtietti street
tat inn. Anion!; them was a pack-'.sre of t
letters marked '-Iena Cohen.'' a hand bat? j
marked with the initial "X." and a silver j
thimble marked "M. A. D." The work of
tearing down the walls of the hotel is ear- I
ried on with considerable dancer to those j
eneaiied In it. Some of the workmen have j
liad very narrow escapes from death. Of i
the bodies that are found, and it is be-'
lieved that a dozn more will bo, more
than half will never be identified. Three-;
fourths f the quests at the hotel may j
have slept thereunder names not their'
tVlMIO "Ask No Questions" Hotel.
On account of u lack 'if scrutiny of ap
plicant for rooms he l(,t..l was a favorite :
resort for a cert -i in class of patrons, and!
on Saturday nivrlit this class f transient !
custom was very ! i:v'e. Of the l'JT r.ot:is '
in the hotel oii'i;liirty--ix were occupied'
by regular liinlers. The hotel register
Iia been found,
names on it are
ire pirt of the
it is not not
THE WORK ON
A Few More l'odien Kecovered all Nearly
l'n st IdentilH'iitioii. j
All afternoon the Italians continued
their work on the ruins, but hour after :
hour passed away and no more bodies wers '
found. The heaps of debris urew higher
and higher until fortieth street was com I
pletely blocked. Towards 5 o'clock a
steam lerriij; was placed on Fortieth
street and a number of electric lights were
atriini? in order that the work might be
continued till nitjht. Mr. QaUigan, the
contractor, said that he thought it would
be three days before the ruins could be en
tirely removcl and examined. Work, he
Baitl, would continue every minute of the
time, even it took ten days. At 5:50 the
body of the tenth victim was found. It was
that of annul apparently 40 years old, height
5 feet, 10 inches.
Corpse of Two M'oiuen Found.
At 7 o'clock the trunk of a womau was
found near the Sixth avenue entrance.
There was no marks on the body by which
It could be identified. Kven the hair on
the head was so badly burned that no
Identification could be possible from tak
ing a sample .if it. A few teeth, however,
were extracted in the hope that some rela
tive or friend m it; ht eventually be able to
Identify the corpse by their :;id. At S
o'clock liody nuuitier iv. ulve was fouud.
It wa !he trunk of a woman -tnd was
found near the Fortieth street iui:ranca 'o
the hotel. The le-s and arm- were ;on"
and nothimr was found near the 'j.Kiy by
which it miyht be recognized. ;
J-'lfty-Litrht Stilt I nuocojiuted for. i
Twenty mitiUies biter the laborers
found the foot of a human being wedye I
in under a piauo. At this point work was
stopped temporarily At I o'clock this
morning there was nothing on which to
base a correct estimate of t hose who per
ished iu the Hotel Royal on Sunday inorn
iuir. It is uositivelv known that, there
wfere 152 persons in the hotel at tne
time of the lire, and of these eighty
two arc known to lie safe. Twelve bodies
have Iwen recovered, hich 'eaves iifty-eifc-'h"
persoiis unaccounted for. That somr
of these escaped is certain, and it is equal
ly certain that a good portion of those es
caping, perlups all, will forever k ep their
ident ty secret for obvious rvn.sons.
Hud in "Knsaiceiuent' with trunk AVolf.
Wo -It was resumed in a few minutes
the s op having been made to remove -t
portion of wall which appeared dunevrous.
Ai)ou. S:."0 a'iock a lady's menio!;ii: l:..'i
book, in the back of vvldch was ;l;e nati.e
of Mis. II. A. I'ale. wa found. It con
ti'.ined some money, a !.-,v ti i.ies anil two
cauls. One ..1 the cuds i.rfil (r.t;ravtd
upon it the name "11. A. l'ats,'' tu.i in blue
; et;c.l the address, ijT oevtn: :i iw nuo.
whs written TV other card ha 1 written
upon ir "Frank Wolf, Jr., ts.13 p. m.
Visitors at the Morgue.
Theie were many visitors at the niorirue
dniinii the lny, and it was a sail commen
tary or: the cliunv tcrs of some of the mi .v
inn t hi t so many of the visitors intimated
"shady ' reputations of those whom tln-y
sought Two bodies were positively idea
titled A. A. Towusen 1, of New Haven,
and Mrs. Henley, housekeeper.
The List of (tie liijiirevl.
A full list of the injure 1 was w.iipU'tei
during yesterday and is believed to be cor
rect. 1 numbers thirty persons, as fol
low: .1. A. Avery, ot the American to
bacco company. New York, burns and
bruises, quite serious; M. lUock.ird, New
York, burns and slight injuries; W li.
Buchan in. New York, slightly burned; O.
Doppeler, New York, burned aixnit the
hands; E. S. Fonda, Kupert, Vt., hands
burned; David G. lilvun, New York, po
liceman, left shoulder broken. Herbert
Harding, New York, injured about the
ribs in fj.Uing, fireman of the h. it el; Mr.
and Mr-i. 11 I, Harmon. New York
Mr. -farmon burned abont face
and V i'ds and injured internally,
Mrs li.-. mou. fractured skull and t'lili
and injured spine, Clarence W. Kicin.
lawyer, .fazidtori, Fa., partly suffocated
and als.. severely burned; Mrs. Samuel
Knapp. Boston, hiitids burned; M. ,1.
Levey, New York, of imperial Distilling
company, hands torn comma down tire
escape; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lock h lit. New
York, ha ids cut badly sliding down a rope;
Dr, O. Ij. l.usk. New York, hands severely
burned, 1 nees and foot cut and bruised;
O. H. Lu-ie. Hii hniond. Ya.. iiookiuak. r,
badly hi rned about the feel. Kiciiard
Meares, proprietor of Hotel Koyat. hau ls
burned: Jeor-e V. Maee, Hr.ioklyn. N.
V.. burn -d ubout,the hands; Isabella
Meares, ife of proprietor, le fractured
and bod and limbs burned; dustiu M.
Noot.an. Jersey City, N. J., 'lightly in
jured; Mis. t". H. h'eynolds, Philadelphia,
hand burt.ed: Mrs. V. S. Scott, .ir., New
York, sli ;ht i v burned; A. V. Teal, New
York. a!;, htly burneJ; 11. il. Tompkins.
New York, hand cut and bruised coiuiiiij
down lire es ape: Miss M. A. Titus. Al
bany, N. Y., hands bnr-ie 1-. Miss Marie
War-en. New York, slitilitly injured, i re I
erick I'hlmann. New York, hand cut;
Charles V. White. Philadelphia, hands
and arms burned: Walter L. Yates, Phila
delphia, elothier, badly burned and
bruised it is thought he will die: un
known wo nan.iu New York hospital, fr ic
t ure of the skull, concussion of the brain,
left- thijrh broken, will probably die, is
about .'.) years old.
Tht- Hotel C'onsidereil Safe.
Huildini; Inspector Brady said yesterday
that the Hotel lloyal was examined about,
nine months '-o, and it was found that
the bnildin ; we.s properly protected try li:o
escapes. He s lid: "Diirinu th" t!:ree years
that I have been at the head of t his depart
ment the llorei Hoyal has never been re
ported unsafe. Our department has never
been chan-cd with looking out. for r:ipe
fire escape provisions. That liasalwajs
been done Ly the tire department. When
I saw the burned buihli:: yesterday. (
noticed lire escapes ianj;:ug out of soii.e
ot the windows."
A MILLION DOLLAR FIRE.
Memphis Y:ited h.v a t.laze thai lltirnt
a V holr lSlot-k.
MKMl'.'ils. Tenn., Fib. !). At Ballast
night the building at Main street, occu
pied by the Bruee-Beiu Hut company,
dealers in h; ts, caps and straw -roods, was
discovered ti be on tire, The entire rear
portion of .he six-story building from
baseni'-nt to top seemed to lie ablaze in an
instant, and before the firemen could -;et
it under cont rid the fire had destroyed.!
Save 1 the Peiibody Hotel.
The block destroyed is bounded by Main,
Fnion, Second and Monroe streets, and is
in the heart i f the business district of ti;e
city. The lo-s will reach !,UK,00'j. The
Peabody hot: 1, on the northwest corner of
Main and Monroe, and the louisvilie &
Nashville ticket oliice, on t tie opposite cor
ner, were ou fire several times, but ". v
hard work on the part- of the hotel em
ployes, cuests and bystanders, presse into
service to aid the firemen, were saved. It
is reported that one man jumped off a
hiuh building and was crushed to death.
The insurance is about Vio.Dott.
In Semite and House.
Washim.tO', Feb. 9. A number of
petitions were presented in the senate yes
terday in fav ir of the anti-option bill;
the bill repeal. ng the law requiring certain1
life-line throwing appliances on lake ves
sels was passed. A discussion took place on
what proportk u of the direct tax payable
to Virginia should go to West Virginia,
the question of how much of the original
debt of the state should be assumed by
West Virginia beiug a feature of the de
bate, but no decision was reached. An
executive cession and the consideration
without net ion of Manderson's printing
bill occupied He remainder of the session.
22Iu the house a bill to permit railways to
give special rites to .'drummers" was re
ported favoraLly. Several District bills
were passed and then in committee the
house debated the proposition to send the
resolution to investigate World's fair
matters to the appropriations committee.
Many Dcuiocn ts optiosed this reference
but Holman Lad his way and it was
adopted and sent to his committee.
DIED AT HIS WORK.
Dr. Tanner, President of the Il
linois College. ,
AN EMINENT LBEJCATOR AT REST.
The Career of a Man Who Found a J'I.iob
at the Top Left an Orphan at 0 Years
of A ;e He End His Life as President ot
of His Alma Muter Successful hh Stu
dent ami Professor He Succumbs to the
Work that Success t.'xarteil. - I
Jacksonville. Ills., Feb. 9. Dr. Edward
A. Tanner, who for ten years so ably filled
the presidential chair at Illinois college,
died at his home at 7:4" yesterday morning
after a lingering illness, the result of a
complication of diseases. His death, which
will be mourned by miny here :o:d else
where occasioned no MtpriKv to te people
of this city, as it ha I been for some tim.;
foreshadowed. The fact is that bis deal u
was the result of a nervous dison' t
brought oh by otierwork. He was-eat'y
distinguished for his learning and elo
quence, while his executive ability wis
markably demonstrated by hi- ii i;:-i ..
nient of the affairs of the institution wab
which he was connected.
Of Mimlv Ni'rt l-oi;lrlil:l Sloet;.
The sturdy old New Knglaii-l s.o pro
duced Howard Allan Tai::-.-,-. His iicvitts.
Joseph A. and Orra S. Tanner, c.t;;u ro
Illinois over three sc ire years aed
wore among the lirst seniors of averly.
111. Deacon Tanner had t!' First Omgiv
pation il church of Wavrrlv organi.i-d ;.t
his house, and during his Usi-iul life wis
one of t'ie main supports of ii. The late
president was horn Nov. ti, ISoT. b-:ii4 the
first child bo n in Waverly He was left
an orphan at the tender age of six. lie
worked on a farm till he arrive 1 a- the age
Strikes Out for Himself.
He left his native town and crime to
JaeksoiiN iile. the seat of his future labors,
and even at that early day noted for its ed
ucational advantages. It hail the oldest
colJeare in the state and possessed the best
of puhlie schools. Th-- aspirin - young
ptudent was fortunate enough to gaiu a
place to work for his board while pursu
ing his studies. Here he spent the time of
preparation and the four years of the col
lege courssc. The orphan boy now soemed
to have fortune in his favor, for success
attended all his efforts in college.
Took Second Honors t "olie;re.
He became known throughout the col
lege as one of the strongest men. Digi-i-fied
and reserved, ho obtained the reputa
tion of being a cultured and polished man.
At this time also he was noticed for ids
gifts ns a speaker and w riter. Oraduatiirg
in ls."iT in a class which, forabiiily. has
never lain surpassed in Illinois college,
he took second honors. Afi'T graduation
he tau ;ht for a ytar on what is known as
"Mud lrairie," near Franklin.
full.-, I to His Alma Matar.
After teaching at Waverly, in l'd he
went to the hair of l.a:in in Oregon uni
versity. Forest drove. Ore., but In fore
leaving married Miss Marian K Brown.
He met with rrreat s k ves- in ( :vgon. and
stayed there four years. In s.',.-, w:.s
mailed to the professors!) ; p of Latin at
his alma mater. Tor sixtc. n years he heid
this position with marked success. He
was a pulpit orator of briili.uit power. :i?:l
from he held the otiiee of chaplain for
the (Central hospital for the insane.
Kcuehed Hie 't.l I -is- lb-osbleuc.v.
During the year of lssi.2 he undertook
the task of lifting the colU-ae from its
financial stni'ts and met w ith im'xjieot d
success. It liaturaily folk.weil that win n
the presiilem ;- of the college fell vacant in
lss-J that l'l-oii'ssriv Tanner should be elect
ed to fill the place. The v. isdom of :' e
trustees in mi doing was amply exempli
fied. Three sons ami three ili.uuhtcrswere
the result of his marriage', ill but one
DEVILTRY AT A COUNTRY DANCE.
Some Koudics 1 lit ei-r'ero and :t Woman
nnd Two Ieu Are Killed.
NasIIvili E, Fe'i. 0 United States Dep
uty Marshal Sjiurry reports a horrible
tragedy which happened at a country
d i::iv near (Jor ioi.viPe. Purnani louiitv,
ou the night of ie-lth i::st . and as a re
sult three per-on- i Jennie White, his wife
and Sam i)oi:eb -oil lie dead, kill.il in a
drunken row. The dam e was given a n
leap- ear affair. A -.-." i-itod with t hetood
IHiiplo were t(M!i i f every d:-!-ript :cn,
who began to till up on whisky in ;,l.e
early part of Hi" niuiif. Th-e n-!iect::bh)
p.:rt of toe el lien: at the bail dtew o,T io
theuiseive-, r-fiiis:g to aililiatc with the
shot the Vife llmnia'i (lie Head.
After mi iniL'ht t he rowdies lieg i;i to in
terfere will dancing, and Donelson
and White deji.itized themsehes to
order the drunken 1m n nwav. Their
(le.natuis were met with oaths and
curses, and the larg.-r part of the
gang drw weapons. This was more
than the two men could stand, ami White
struck at one of the toughs, but did not
hit i.im. Mrs. White, seeing her Lusband's
pitil, rushed to his aid and was shot
through ihe head. The husband. enra."!e 1,
(.prang into the thickest of the light and
w it h I lonelsou was shot Wow n. No arrest s
have been made.
Miss Hattie VSluine Crank l.ovir.
Wasjuncton, Feb. It is slated here
that during the past few days Miss Hattie
Blaine has been receiving a series of letters
couched in fervent language -ind signed by
one Markle, ,vho expressed an urgent de
sire to mairy her. The climax was reached
when Mr. Uai:ie received a letter from the
importunate suitor asking that he might
meet the secretary in his library and re
ceive in introduction ,o his daughter.
Upon investigation it was found that
M:trke was a clerk iu the war department
of previous i,.Kd reputation. He is insane.
Ueiuarkahle Case of Ossification.
ELKTOX. Md., Feb. .1. Dr. Osier, of the
Job us Hopkins university of Baltimore,
In company with Dr. Ellis, of this place,
lias, examined ihe 4-inont h-oId infant of
Joseph Deavor, residing about three miles
from here, that died a few days ago of
pneumonia. About the second day after
the child was taken sick its rlcsh began to
hardeu. the ossi Heat ion beglnuiag in the
feet and extending upward until it reached
ii bead, wLsra the child died. If ilesh
became hard as wood clear to the Imue
The .rip In I'rulitle of Trouble.
Vienn a. Feb. 3 The grip has left be
hind it new form,:.f lisease oousisting
of fever with sharp colic and jeetious of
blood. It is partially attributatile to bad
water used tu this . ity. but particularly
fastens on patients .vho-e systems have
been weakeued by the rip.
Fire in Lamed. Kas., destroyed Sia.'i.OOO
worth of property.
The remains of Hev. Mr. Spurgeou have
arrived in London from Meutone.
Hailway trafiic in the Michigan penin
sula has been interrupted by a heavy snow
The grand jury of Bangor, Me., has in
dicted every liquor seller in thatcitv over
201) in all.
Theodore Grim, charged with selling
whisky to Indians, hanged himself in his
cell at Milwaukee.
The wife of ex Senator Bowea, of Colo
rado, was robbed ot tfl.ijot) worth of jewelry
at. her hotel in Washington.
Jared C. tin-gory, one of tTie best-known
law vers in V, ise.ousiu, died at his home in
Madison on Sunday, axed .
Charles Mclii line ihe murderer of a
groce.-ymau li.iueed Lucas, was executed
by electriiity in Sing Sing prison.
Dev. Ceor ";e V. K'.eiow, a theological
stu.'.ent ;tj C lumbi i. S. C, cut his throat
iu the presence of I i young wife.
John Noitis.. manager of the Philadel
phia Keo; d. 1..I' .-.ss'.imid tiu- business
man igeinen'' of the N' w York World.
Thirty members of a Polish Catholic
ch ucli at itctidiug. Pa , have been arrested
I ir parti ' ip.i.iiig in a iigai which broke up
I he services.
t-ix Ph:h;di Iphiibovs pitying with stolen
dynamite wre l. ; :i .ojuied by the ex
pl isiou of the t itii. t 'hui ios Hawas, ngtd
A meteor that M estimated to weigh
eiglit tons fell at the base of JTablo ril mn
l.iin, uee.r Orovole. Cah, one night last
week. When it l ruck it caused the earth
to shake for a mile around.
English papers say that the action of the
United Stat-s against Chili has perma
nently estranged the whole of Laiin Amer
ica from us.aud that the (ccurrence marks
an epoch in the history of the two Amer
icas. Conflict of authority has sprung up be
tween the Missouri grain inspector and
the Commercial Exchange of Kansas City,
t ie latter refusing to acknowledge the
light of the state to fix the grades of
GARZA WRITES TQ HARRISON.
The Mexican filibuster Instruct the
.President on Neutrality tan.
San Antonio. Texas. Feb. 'i. A sensa
tion was created among the Mestean popu
lation and in military circles here yester
day by the publication of a letter ad
dressed to the Hon. IJ. Harrison, presi
of the United States'" from 'niarin;t E.
Cara, the revolutionary leader, in Ml
Chinaoo. t he leading Spanish newspaper
of this city. The letter is dat-d La Sier
ritta, st:i?L of Taiiiatili'ios, Mexico. Jan.
Wants to tiet Into the 1'npers.
In his preliminary remarks to the editor
Garza tstes that lie has forwarded Presi
dent liarrisoa the letter, but that he fears
the latter will not make if public, and
as he desires to have his position and
notion toward the United States clearly
understood he decided to send a copy of
the letter to Kl Chiuaco fer publication.
The letter is for ihe most part in attack
on the Mexican Government., and particu
larly President Diaz.
3ost Natural Thing iu the World.
lie oti'prs strong objection to being
charged with having violated the neutral
ity laws of the United States and defends
his action as follows: 'Being a resident
of Texas when I decided to raise the will
of insurrec ;o.i in my belated country.
Mexico, it was but natural, logical and in
evitable that 1 should travel, be it alone or
accompanied, through y.mr territory m
crder to reach Mexico. Th.it such action
lias absolutely nothing to do with the so
called neutrality laws is generally con
ceded by public, in' eru.i'.iou.il and politi
Viide rstnnd Our Const it tit ion.
"But suppose. hat I hid effected a march
at that tunc in the ;;:rec; ion or towards
Mexican territory vi:h two or more of my
countrymen, dois that consutue an of
fense against the I.tw I don't believe it
does, because I know the basis of the wise
anil liberal constitution of your country.''
Garza gives no news concerning the prog
gress of t lie movement ot which he is at
I'oor show for ttie World's Fair.
W.iiii;Ttv, Feb. 9. Among the wise
acre ihe actiott of the house jesterday in
sustaining I'o huan in his fight, for control
of the investigation into World fair mat
ters is .eT'siO.erod the death knell of the
move to obtain a national appropriation
to the eutcrcrprise.
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the consumptive 'who's rot be
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He's taking Dr. Tierce's Golden
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Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 s. ta. to 4 p. m., and Saturday etreninre from 7 to So'cior.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Personal, Co'
lateral, or Real Estate Security
R. P. HSYN'OLDd. Pres. F C. DKNK.HANN, vice-Pros. J. K. BfFORD. t.vtet
P. U Mitchell. P. Reynolds, F. O. Denkmann. John Cr.1b.1nrh. U. P. H :'l,
Phil Hitch. 11, L. Simon. K. W. Ha-ot, J. M. Bsford.
Jackaok & HrasT. Snlic'.tnrs.
BP-Began bnsinepp JulyS, 1SS0, ard occupy tte outhea?t comer cf Slitrl i ll & I .'
M THE POSITIVE CURE
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B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Buiilclcr.
Office and Shop Coraer SeYentnenih 8U . . T Tclatlf
ad Seventh Avenue, IvOCK lblui
jyAll kiEdB of carpenter work a gpecialty.
Proprietor of the'Brady Street
Jul kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on hand.
Qreen Ronses Flower Store- . .
One hto. k tortb of Central Park, the largest In la. 30t Brady Street. DaT n:c-."'
A. BL AOKH ALL ,
Vannfactnrerof all kinds of
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing
A share of yon r patronage respectfully solicited. , r-
1818 Second Avenne. R"k Is aai
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1133 Fourth aveaue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and specifications rnrnlrhed on all classes of work : also spent cf Willtr's P:ert b"10'
Sliding Blinds. tomcUiiiiR new, stylish and desirable.
POCK ti t"
GEOEGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second ATenue. Comer of 81xteeuui Stree Opposite Harper's Thestre.
Ths choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Oars always on Hand
ree Lunch KTery Day . . Sandwiches furnished oi Sto St-
sale for this county of
DECKED BROS., WHEELCCE
un p-j et.m
St Tiw Ycrs fr:ce 5 ? ctr.!
Plana and estimate for all kinds of bdima