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THE AKGLTJS, THURSDAY, VEMBEli 3, ISi)
sbllshed Daily Bad Weekly at 1024 Second
Avenoe, Rock Island. 111.
J. W- Potter,
Trans Daily tOc per moDtb; Weekly as.00
per annum; to advance l .su .
All commnnlcatOTs of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or relieions, mast have
real name attached for publication. No such
articles will be printed over fictitious signatures.
ADOTDHinp commnnicaiioiis not noticed.
Cor respondenee solicited from every township
in hock island county.
Thtjbsdat. November 3. 1892
Fer Vice President.
. . GROVE R CLEVELAND
. ADLAl K. STEVENSON
ForGoveroor JOHSP ALTGKI.T)
For Congressman at larve JOHN C. BLACK
For Cont; resKRian atliree.ANDkKW J. HUME K
For Lieutenant Governor JOSM'H BGILl
For Secretary of Mate.... W.M H lilNKIi'Hn UN
For Auditor DAVI I) ' .E
For Treasurer KUFV N. HAMXKY
For Attorney General .....M. T. M.M.OSEY
ForKlecior, llih D t ..J 11 11 AN KY
For ton es. 11th I i-t TRl'MAN I'LANTZ
?or Memhrr Board of Eqntlizil on.
11. K BARTLESON
For Representative, Twentv first D.st.
JOS-al'll U, MCLLIGAN
For State's Attorney M. J. McRNIRY
For Circuit Uerk I'ETfcK FkEY
ForCoroner WINSl.tiW HOWAKII
For i-urvvyor TETEK J. JollNXiN
Volt for Cleveland and reffirio.
Vote for Altgeld arid down the st&'e
for Mulligan three votes at
New Toek is apparently good for 50.
000 mhjonty for Cleveland.
Vote for Planiz the people's candidate,
and repudiate the aristocrat and chronic
Vote for Peter Frey for circuit clerk,
and secure a competent man and save the
Vote for Howard for corouer and
Johnson for surveyor. Neither of them
has been depending upon the public for
years for an office.
Vote for McEniry lor state's attorney
and secure a Rock Island county boy
ho is capable of discharging the duties
of the office and is tot a resident of the
county for the mere purpose of gaining
Keokuk Constitution Democrat: News
from the Eleventh Illinois district shows
every indication of the election of lion.
Truman Plantz to congress by a trium
phant minority. Thousands of new
friends have flocked to bis standard since
the campaign began. He is a youne
man who has earned his present honor
able position in life entirely by his own
exertions. Hard work and diligence
have made him what he ia. The Elev
enth district will have abundant reaeon
to be proud Of such a congressman as
Truman Plantz to represent them at
dodge (irmhain'a l'ontt Ion.
Don M. Dickinson, chairman of the
national campaign committee, has re -ctived
copies of the following statement
and correspondence through Hon. B.u
ford Wilson, solicitor of the treasury un
To the Public: The truth of the state
men t made by myself and others that
Judge Greeham said he intended to vote
for Cleveland at the ensuing election is
pers stentiy denied, not osly by the re
publican press, but also by the national
republican committee and on the stump.
It is due Judge Gresham aid his friends
that the truth be known, and I therefore
take the responsibility or giving to the
public iiis letter of Oct. 27th. addressed
tome. Blcford Wilson.
JtKlge ttrenham's Letter.
To Hon. Bluford Wilson. Springfield.
111. Dear Msj r: I have your letter of
the 21st inst. I did tell you at Spring
field that after mature rt fl-ction I deter
mined to vote for Cleveland this fall, he
cause I agree in the main with bis views
on the tariff and did not believe in ihe
principles embodied in the McKinley bill.
I adhere to that determination and said
nothing indicating a change of purpose.
It is not true that, with my knowledge or
consent, the president was asked to ap
point me to any office. It is not true that
I requested any one to do anything to
obtain the republican nomination this
year. It is not true that I voted for
Cleveland in 18S8. I voted the republi
can ticket at every presidential election
since the party was organized tx ept in
1854 when I was not able to go to the
The republicans were pledged to a re
demption of the war tariff long before
1888. and during the campaign of that
year the pledge was renewed with em
phasis again and again. Instead of
keeping the pledge, the McKinley bill
. was passed, imposing still higher duties.
It was passed in the interest of the fav
ored classes and not for the benefit of the
whole people. It neither enhanced the
price of farm products nor benefitted la
bor. Wages are, and ever will be, regu
tated by supply and demand. The duties
are imposed npon some articles to des
troy competition and favor trusts aid
monopolies. 1 think you will agree with
me that this was an abandonment of the
doctrine of a moderate incidental protec
tion- The tariff is now the most import
Ant questijn before the people, and what
ever others may do I shall exercise the
right of my individual judgment and
vote according to my own convictions. I
JUDGE ALTGELD'S OPINION ON THE
Having; Made a Special Study of the Ques
tion Re Makea Suggestion Which, If
Carried Out, Would Greatly Enhance the
Value of Farms In Illinois.
Farmers should bear in mind that
Judge Altgeld has given the good road
question considerable attention and is
thoroughly versed in its different phases.
In his many building enterprises in Chi
cago Judge Altgeld has developed a
capacity for executive management and
a knowledge of the engineering and
material possibilities of nearly all
mechanical arts. Having lived in the
country and having taught school in
country school houses for a good portion
of his life and walking country roads, he
long ago made up his mind that the
matter of wagon roads in Illinois was a
matter of transcendent importance.
Recently in a speech atBeardstown he
pointed out how much might be saved
to the farmers by " having roads that
would enable them to market their crops
at the time when prices were the high
est. In other words he showed that as
it now stands the farmer is obliged to
market his crops when the roads are the
best, but with good roads ! can market
his crops when the prices are the high
est, therefore, realizing vastly more
upon the product of his farm.
Judge Altgeld believes that the state
authorities should take hold of the mat
ter and that a uniform system of treat
ment should be carried on in all coun
ties. He believes that some sort of a
commission advised by engineers should
be created for the purpose of preparing
a general system of roads. He has ex
pressed himself frequently that he be
lieves that the convict labor in peniten
tiaries might be utilized in the prepara
tion of road-making material. He is
convinced that the railroads of the state
would co-operate with the state and
with the people generally in the delivery
of material for road-making purposes
for at least the cost of transportatation
if not less.
Being a capable financier and having
a thorough knowledge of the require
ments of the state in the matter of roads.
Its resources in the matter of finauce.
Judge Altgeld if elected governor, would
be able to get the best results for the
It is worth while for voters to take
into consideration that while Governor
Fifer is roaming about the state trying
to make it apjear in one community
that he is a German Lutheran and
in another locality that he is a know
nothing, that Judge Altgeld is giving
attention to such matters as good roads.
Force the Fighting.
The tide is unmistakably drifting to
Democracy and the outlook is more en
couraging. The Republicans are scared
and can ill conceal their lack of confi
dence. Heretofore they had but to make
their fight in New York, as New Eng
land and the west were considered also
lutely safe. But today they must fight
in New York. New Jersey, Connecticut,
Massachusetts, New Hampshire and in
every western state. Not only are they
in danger of losing Kansas, Nebraska,
Minnesota, the Dakotas and the silver
states to the People's party, but they
have no faith in their ability to carry
Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois. Indeed
Illinois is almost certain to pronounce
for Cleveland and the entire Democratic
state ticket. Messrs. Campbell, Tanner
and Clark see the handwriting on the
wall and frantically apeal to the na
tional committee. The Democratic hosts
should therefore be watchful, vigilant
andactive. "Push the Column" should le
the watchword. The full Democratic
vote in Illinois has never been cast, and
if it is polled this fall the state will
surely go Democratic. The enemy is on
the run. The tariff reformers are full
of confidence. Get out the vote. Force
the fighting and victory will follow be
yond the peradventure of a doubt.
Rock ford Star.
The Demacracy all over the county is
fast falling into line, and those few who
have not yet decided to suppprt the old
ticket, should do so at once if they don't
want a face as long as the force bill
after the election. liemember this is a
Democratic year, and if you want to be
in the swim and want to help celebrate
after the election, you had better vote
the Democratic ticket. Harrisburg
The Republicans ot this county must
certainly feel despondent over the result
of their jioll. If the same ratio of loss
they have found should hold good
throughout the state, the Republicans
will lose Illinois by 20,000 majority.
Judge Altgeld says he will be elected
governor by 70,000, and he is not far
out of the way either. Champaign
When Marshall Field & Co., of Chi
cago, recently paid f 1,400 for an impor
.lion of earl buttons, and then paid
$3,000 revenue tax upon them and added
this, with their own commission, to the
selling price of the buttons, did the
foreign manufacturer have to stand the
tax or the American consumer? Which ?
Do you notice the difference? The
Republican campaign managers issue
"confidential" circulars, calling for con
tributions from office holders and pro
tected plutocrats. The Democrats call
npon the people of the United States to
subscribe openly in the light of day.
The difference is worth thinking about.
Under the new election law the polls
open at 7 o'clock in the morning and
close st 5 in the evening. In cities hav
ing boards of election commissioners.
the polls open
at 6 a. m. and close at
SIsk Eaadacbe and relieve all the troubles inef
dent to a bilious state of the system, such aa
Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress site
eating. Pain In the Side, &c While their most
retoarkaWe success baa boen shown in curing
think with von that a
tor Cleveland without ioinine the The Republican papers continue to
democratic party. How I shall vote in rehash the lies of a month ago. They
future will depend upon the questions tt , snignt to bring out some new ones, their
issue. WaltkhQ. Gnus it am. ' stock is decidedly stale. ;l
fi i ii ni'iir mrn in i rtr-i r iiuim ,,, wim inw
Beadscne, yet Carter's Little liver VfOa am
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
senting tLisntMioyinRComplaint.whlle they also
correct all disorders of the atoms, h .stimulate t bo
liver and regulate the bowela. von it they only
' Aclis rney would be almost pricalcns to fho-ae wftj
u'r from thisdistressing complaint; butforto
jiaM v their coodnew does no'end h Te,and those
Vfhocncetry tbemwill find tncee little pills val-v
ebieinoiany ways that t'jey will not bi wil
j.ng to do without them. But after alleick heac
'l the bane of so mnnv lives that bcT f vbfe
o make our ptvat beast, ensr pili-cureit-w iila
Cth.rs do not. ...
Cu:-r"3 Little Liver Pills arr very stu,1 stiJ
rrry cny to t iko. One orKo pills uii. 'oa d isa.
Thev arertrictlv vegetable and d no. pnpa or
pur-'.-, but by Ui'fir feUa action please Ail vh.i
U-seiheiu. ln iNr -J5 t- r.ts ; liver $1. Hold
tj" d.-u.;-y.-- '.; v :iro, ur mint by L.aiU
CfvnTEK tv OO.. w VcrK.
Hundreds awgoinj to bee him
DR. D. 0. FRU7H,
Lite Snrgcon In the Prov:riVnt Medical Picen-
nry of V York.
Who lis rrrati d furli rt-tiMti'm n ard Hronrd
t h:c&j;o by curii d ict-awii that almot! bafllcd t tie
medical fraternity of th'- coim ry.
Ur Frirr- i !'rei i ot of the Kmth M-dicil
Co., and member rf the l tt-rnn on:tl Afsocia'lon
of Lpert Specin'.is . He will visti
KOi 1. II.A :
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 16th.
li'hirning every tiiOrith formuiu tiro days during
Dr. Frnth ha been conne ted with the lar-'et
bopltal in Ihe conn ry. and h:f no superior in
ritsimosinsr ai d treat n ii!- aft snd di formit e.
lie will five f..r any ae t!at h-cm not
trll the i?ci-e and where lorated in five min
nt . He w ill ret iirn to (fork Islan 1 every month
thi" year to n main t -o ilaf.
Irral all vrablf itrdU til find Surtfcal diftfi'C
acute and t-hrnnic satiirrh. d9fti sof the. Ey. Far,
.Von, 'lhrmt and Lnnat. Dyep-iia. Hriulit
Jlitease. Iriu efe. Kidneyn, Lire-, t. ladder,
Chrniiir Female end Sexual lAneare.
Ei'ili-p-y o K t rur- d A positive inarsntee
Vol'Xtl AXI Mltllllt AUF.t) MKV
Suffering from tipi rmaiorrhea and imi-otercy as
the result of relf-ahuse in y nth or X 'e s in ma
ture vearti and other cases, producing eome of the
following effec's lis cnil!ion, biotehes, detiiiity,
nervou'm s. l:zines, confusion of id a, aver -
ion to focieiy. defective memory, and sexnal ft-haiir-tn.
wh.ih unfit the victorns for btifii.ess or
mMrrlHire, are permanently enred by remidiea not
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASE.
Svphiiis and compl cations, s toar throat falling
of ine hair, pain in the bones, i rupMons etc . are
are jHrfectiy er id tested w th ont nsin? mcrenry or
or other ii jnrions drnirs. Gout rrhoea, pleet,
rtc'nre and si' urinary and kidney 'ronb.es arc
seeiiiiy cured by trt aim- nt that has never failed.
He undertakes no incurable caet-s, but cure?
thousanos piven nr to die. Kemeniber the date
nd cqie early, as his m- ms are alwais crowded
vtir ,r he Hops CONSULT Al ION" KRKB.
jypWp and correfiMin:ence confident , and
tr."arS.wit sent by express with full dir ct ns for
use, but personal consultation preferred
iK. I. O. Kltl'TII
.VT Lk' Ave- . Iiicn.tr n.
235 Wis. Street
Wft-Uney Iruublra, etc. without II artful
Draff. No CO. I. Circulars or Sample. Call or
in : ulr.v-.a- nnH tvic fsr.
The everlasting frcurranc of th
famoQi PerMian "I'afwion Flower.
.i . Jli-Lt..l ..dnnhlanf
ail nunm mr inn nmsa saw
SAMPLE SOTTlt FgEE for two Jc
lis tntwuifc iwtit Aon""". . ....
i Thu PERU DRUG CO.i Milwaukee? Wis.
i TL t tn I LkSLaii or rut no fJ(A-
.roffrcm vrprarf tVm. tih nwi bnt
I. CLEAN. !.- Dot STAlJf. pr.r.VFUTS STRICTI'I
Corr, CIONORRUOCA an v.l.r.V.T ia tn fooa a.-'
i utUCS Cl'KI: l. I.Sl'lHBKiE V.U1TKS.
Sold brail !RlTililTS. s?niioaoT nd-trfcrfl.t
tAJLi jUi MAL-FACTt'PI5 CO.. LA.NiV.TES, OS
3 TO 6 DAYS.
fAH ABSOLUTE CURE FOR
WILL NOT CAUSE
SIKIUUHt. ASK FOR I
Bio C2 no pain, no sta.m.
SUL.L INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH I
eoTTLC at ali. nmrooisTs.
Central Chemical Ce
. vmew.ro ana fwna
H- THOMAS, Sole Agent,
Hock I bland.
Dr. Renieon'g Heliab'e Remedy, rsmons every
where among the ladies as safe, prompt ans
e flee to" The original womin' salvation. Price
1 sea 4s.i tM. matioa fre. Addresd
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Msi.v VI sVa st ts th O.I. LMitimatf
K U A L. DXBILITV u, LDtT
mciAc far ST 1
tITAUTVlum. A as arvsllQ
THE TRAYFLEKS' HC1DE.
CBlCaOO. KOI K ISLAND A PACIFIC KAIL,
way-Depot enrper F'.fih avenne and Thirty
. ree: Krsnk H. Plummer, sgeni.
East. 1 Wist,
1 :05 am 4:"5 am
10:37 im 5:S0am
urn ; u:14 put
( .-.unri B oll? A H oceeo
ta la Ks press
Kansas t'ny Hay iipress..
Washinmon Si re-
Countj.rlaOi A smoeio- i
ta ess i " :40 sm 7:50 pm
Omaha and Denver Ves-ti- I i 1
ouie fezpress ( 3.44 am 3:Mi am
k ns 1. uiten 4 :1 4 am I0;4 . pm
Stuarl and a-al'e xprs- &.4jpiu 9:(f am
eiotui: easi. rto ng west.
LKLlTON KoliTS-C, B. A H. KAIL
way Depot First avenne and Bixisemb st.
J. Young, mem,
Si. Loo s Siprees
Bt.Loai Bipress. ........
St. Paul Sxpresc
Besrdstown Passenger. ..
Way Frel- ht (Monmontb).
temnp "aaaenper. .......
St : Paul Express.. .
8 . 40 sm
8 .58 pm
& Stl tm
11 "JO am
1 :VI im
B 4S pm
10 i am
CH1CAUO. M ILWAUK KB A ST. PAL L KAIL
way Racine 4 Southwestern Division De
; o Twentieth s:reet. between First and Second
svenne. K. 1. W. Holmes, a rent.
TK A INS. La. Akk.vs
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pot First svenne and rwent;e'b a.-ee; V.
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MOST DIHitCT tiOUXK TO 'IBs
i'ast. South a-.;d Southca..
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Pricci vllle ..
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9:11- ami 3:J7 pm
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11 :1S am!
3 r7 pin
4 :3-'l pro
4 :.V pm
Evansv ille. ..
St. I on is .. .
1 1:15 pm' H: 15 pre
3:40 pm ill:' pm
4-im pmiia-05 n i
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'3 , n 13:10 n't
' 6 :.." pint 8:35 am
i 7:pi im'IO:iNi am
; 1 : am; 7:35 m
' 7 :3il ml T:4iaro
11 :00 pui 7:10 am
I.V.Peoria 10:10 am 3:fflpm
Ar. Rock Isiar.d 1 :ifS pm 7:r5pra
Accommodation trains leave Ko L Is and al
6:00 a. tn. and 6 SO p. m: arrive at Peoria 8:f0 p.
m. and 1:15 a m. I eavc Peojis 6:t0 a. ni. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island i .00 p. m. ard 1 :35
All trains rnn dsily exrept Snndav.
All passe per trains arrive and depart Union
Free flair caron Fast Express retween Kork
Is ond and I'eor'a, Iwith direc.lons.
Thiouii tickets to all points; baaee coccked
thronirb to desiination.
Art'itP. Af res.
Lv. Rock Island S.lo am 4.0:iin-
Arr. Rev colds lOSi'nm 5inrm
" ( able 11 jn 5 40 pm
A e tin. Aorm
Lv. fahle I S.2" im 13..'0pm
Ar. Reynolds int J.4lm
Rock Is'and I 7.55 sm ..C( m
b . B. S L:I)U' .. . iTiM R H t it V K
Snpet ntendect. -i.' Tlt.Acs J
OT55'-'NTED!TH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTMW'I.l CBTAIS
VUCH Vl dBLE INFORMATION fROU A STUPT OF THIS WAP OF THE
CMcap, Ml Islani & Pacific Ry
The Direct Route to snd from Chicago, Jollet, Ottsws,
Peoria, La Salle, Mnllne, Rock Island, in ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottuuiws, Oskalocss, IVs
flolnes, M'interset, Audubon, Harlan snd Council
Bluffs, In IOWA: Minneapolis snd St. Paul, in MIN
NESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA ;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, in MISSOURI j
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, in NEBRASKA;
Atchison, Leavenworth, nortoc, Topeka, Hutchinson,
Wichita. Belleville. Abilene, Dod?e City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS : Kinpfiflher. El Reno ar.d Minco, in INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Tueblo,
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and crmlr.g lands, alTbrdir.g the best facilities of Inter
communication to all towns and cities east snd west,
northwest snd southwest of Chicago sad to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of emilpment
between CHICAGO snd DES MOINES. COUNCIL
ELCFFS snd OMAHA, and between CITICAGO snd
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS snd PUEBLO, vis
KANSAS CITY' and TOPEKA and vis ST. JOSEPH.
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Clone connections st Denver snd Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY- MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which superbly-equipped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to snd from Sail
Lake City, Ogden and San F-snciaco. THE ROCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct sn Favorite Line to and
from isnttrm Tl k T'mW mnA -11 t.
scenic resorts and cities and mining districts in Colorado,
DAILV FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From Rt Joseph sn'ri Ksnws City to and froiu all im
portant towns. ciu and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also Tla ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town, Sioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS and 8T. PAUL,
connections for all points north and northwest between
the lakes and the PsdSe Coast,
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office tn th United States
or Canada, or address
C ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
G1 Manager. GenlTkt.
moA v .-T.T,
BUY CAKE OF
apd thank me for calling
your attention to il."
'N. KJAI RBANK & CO. CHiCACO.
Patronize Home Industry and Protect the Labor of America
- MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
.j . . ?jij-
It Is SixCord Boft Fir'.sh. Full treasure, and is equally well a lapte l for Hand and Machine
Sewing. For sale by
sr.d Dry Gcods Hones ccncra'ly.
MERRICK THREAD CO.. 205 Filth Avenue, Chicago
THE TIRST CLASS
Is now l"Cated at hi new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
IVfLight ihoes a specially.
Opposite the Old stand.
d5 iaMii00 RSSTShS8fr-t
S S a.
t ir:iu r.iw. r. IIt:t.i.rin. W.ikt-.iilT .
Orjca:. tn either cex chU5' i fry v r exertun,
a . ". s;irh 'nlt Mmry
I -1 Manl.dod. N'irhiiv Knns
i4 - f MiWlTcJ tl.e til'nr-TfttU e
yt't.tSfut err v. sir xoesfiw'
ii to Intlriuitr.Omsump'
turn and Insanity. Vvt up convenient t c.irry in ve-t MKket. JSl jr pirt
airftlivmaiviifiiri.). With e verv f tinier we m.v tt Tif f ;i t 7r.;rc t, fur
ArTE.it isixa. or refund the nkotu'iy. Circular I ree. d'irvsa .Nene o. Culcazo. Ill
sa.e in Rxk island by ilartz & Bt-bnsen, 3d Ave. and 20th meet.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Biailcier,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. . . T? L- Telonrl
and Seventh Avenue, AVOCK. ISiand-
s9F"&n k-inds of carpenter work a specialty. Flans and estimates for all kinds of bnildingt
furnished on application.
Q)avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN, Proprietor.
New Goods jnet opened.
See the new styles.
It pays to trade:
Try us for bargains.
Special Low Prices this wee'.
S-hoe Store. .TOT Twentieth Hnet. Til It': if.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing aL klnda
of otoyes with Castings a 8 cent
A MACHINE SHOP
bsj been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first-class.
NINTH 8T. AND 7th AYE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
LABOR, TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It ia the best Scap made
For W aching Machiue use.
WARNOCX & RALSTON.
h'old ererywhere. .
Ink, Paper, Tablets,
Satchels, Straps, Baskets,
Pencil Boxes, Rulers,
and everything necessary for
IY. TREFZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Ave.