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THK AKG US, FRIDAY, X VEM15EK 4, 1892
Pahllshed Daily and; Weekly at 1824 Second
Avenue, Rok Island, HI.
J. W- Potter,
Tbbms Daily EOc per month; Weekly FS.OO
per annom; in advance f 1 .00.
All eommonlcatons of critical or argument
tive character, political or religions, mast have
real name at -ached for publication. No each
articles will be printed over fictitious signatures.
Anovmoos eommnnication not noticed.
Correspondence solicited fro ji every township
m KOCK island county .
Friday. Novembkb 4. 1893
KKXOtKAl It' X ATIOXAL Tl( HK I
For President GROVE R CLEVELAND
For Vice President ADLA1 K. STEVENSON
ForGovtrnor JOItS P ALTOELT
For Onrressman at lare JOHN C. BLACK
ForConjirvssman at Nree.ANDKKW J.lll'.NTEK
For Litotetisnt liovernor iumch r ln.i.
For tcr. t;.ry of Mate WM H HlNRli'Hh-HN
For At.ornev ;enernl....
For Elector." 11 h D..t
For t oi:(r e, 11th i:t..
.RrFl S. KAMSKY
M. T. MALUM EY
J H H A v EY
..TRI M AN l'.-ANTZ
For M. mber Board of KuililizHt on.
11. K BAHTLESON
For Rtttrt tentative. Twentv-firBt P;st
JOSSPU H, MULLIGAN
For State's Attorney..
For Circuit Clerk... .
..rKTKK J. JOHNSON
The I IIiuIh Th Kte.
St. Louis R public.
The hntx-uacttnent is officially made
by the iLiO'iis au.iitor that he Illinois
etve tux this ear is to be 31 cents on
the $100 i reduction of two cents from
the tax of last year.
It m-y be inferred, and will doubtless
be titi'.red by tbe republicans, thit th s
leduct-on, small as it is. implies a relur
tion of ixpense and an economy of ad
miListra ron ur.aer Governor Fifer. Such
an tnn unceintnt. made at about this
time of tiie year in 188S was used as a
republican argument agiinst the 53-ceiit
tax rate, and with some effect, although
it might then have been answered as ef
fectively as now. The reduction then. as
now, was due to an increased assessment.
To show conclusively that the present
reduction in state tax is due to other
catwa thn a reduction of expenditures
the figures showing the totals of appro
priations m-de by the two assemblies of
18S9 end 1S91 are sufficient. Tbe afsm
bly of 1889 appropriated $7,130,406 and
the as?eintil7 of 1891 appropriated S3 -662.7C5.
n increase of $1 532 299 Oat
of this increase shou'd come the $300,000
appropria'ed for a state exhibit at the
World's Fair, leavine the net increase for
state purposes 1732,299. Tbe state's ex
penditures have therefore been increased,
instead of diminished, under the Fifer
administration to tbe extent of nearly
three-quarters of a million of dotlars.
The long and stubborn fight over the
general appropriation bill between tbe
democratic house and republican senate
of the last sstmbly was fully reported ia
the Republic at the time. It occorre 1
over to many different items that it is
impossible to recapitulate tbc-m here, but
one will serve as an illustration.
The original demand for a World's
Fair apuropriation wa $1,000 000. The
republican senate insisted upon that fig
ura, and G..v. Fifer, who had added to
the appropi iation bill that the money
should be disbursed by his state board of
apriculture, ued his personal and official
irjfluerco both for the million
and the bard. Tbe senate passed
the million dollar bill against the oppo
sition of nearly all the democratic sena
tors, but when tbe bill reached the house
it was cut to $750 000 A compromise
was afterward effected on $300 000. but
the houschid s-.ved the 6tate $200,000.
It also succeeded in reducing senate ap
propriations on several other lines, as
the records will show, but was unable f
prevent the general increase.
The increased assessment explains the
reduced tax. And this increase falls
mainly on farm lands and town lots, for
the republican state board of equaliza
tion, which has just adjourned, left tbe
Pullman company at the old figure and
raised 'be railroad assessment less than
Much Work for Little Money.
A hawker in a down town street was
vending tbe other day a set of ornaments
which had evidently been prepared by a
woman. The ground for thinking this ia
the set itself and the price. It consists of
necklace and two bracelets. The price for
the whole outfit is twenty cents. The or
naments are made of small shells strung
together on threads.
Buy one of these and examine the amount
of 7ork which its construction involved
and see if you think a man could have
made it! The shells are small, and the cal
careous outside has been removed so that
the shell presents only an iridescent sur
face. It must have taken some time and
patience to do away with this hard outer
eneer of the shell.
In the necklace there are four strands of
these shells, each strand containing thirty
shells. This makes 120 shells for the neck
lace. In order to string them each one of
these shells is perforated with four holes.
Apparently these holes were made by hand.
The thin, brittle shells could hardly have
been pierced by machinery. Many must
have been broken in getting the requisite
number for this piece of jewelry. In the
bracelet there are three strands with six
teen shells in each, which makes ninety-six
shells for the pair. The white thread
which joins these Bhella together goes
through small, transparent glass beads.
Here are the statistics for the whole pa
rare: Number of shells employed, 216;
number of glass beads, 2,609; number of
boles which had to be made In the shells,
There is a small tin clasp for the neck
lace and for the bracelets.
Think of cleaning the sheila, perforating
them, stringing them and the beads to
(ether, putting on the clasps, and reflect
that you can buy the whole set for twenty
What a reflection ' to think of the work
that Is given to produce this two dimes'
worth of ornamentl New York World.
'rentiers on tae Mediterranean coast arc
E evented from entering the harbors of
arselllea or Toulon on aoeount aT fch
We Offer Tom w ' Remedjf ..
erJsicA Inturea Safety to
Ufa of Mother- atui CUM.
" MOTHER'S END -
Pain, Horror esxZ Eiak.
Afteroslngonebottleof Mother's Friend
Buffered but little pain, and dltlnutezpetionoe thtw
weakness afterward usual ln such cases. Mrs,
AJana Gaqc Lamar, Mo.. Jan. 15th, WM.
Sent toy express charff, prepaid, on receipt of
price, 1.90 per bottle. Book to Mothers mailed tree,
BBADFIELD BECl'LATOB CO.,
. BOLD BY AXJ, lRUtturwr.
SOLD IT HAfcT BABHBXtT
FINAL MORAL ARCUMENT OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
IT HAS CAUSED A DECREASE OF
EXPORTS OF FARM PRODUCTS.
Sense Flrnres Which Reveal Startling
Condition from tbe Standpoint of the
Agriculturists Reciprocity Is a Hollo
Fraud and a Shi
It was Mr. Blaine's prediction that th
McKinley bill would not open a market
for a single barrel of pork or bushel ol
wheat. It has been shown that even
with the reciprocity amendment the
market for breadstuffs is falling off, and
the same story is true of most of our
beef and hog products and of our buttet
Not only is reciprocity not helping the 1 lrntive t!i.
farmer to a larger market, but the nat- 1 OOII!' .'"''"!'
,. 7 . , . , to put A.; .
Are the Inland Counties All Right?
Information of the most reliable cltar
acter from Cook county Ls to the effect
that that county will give Altgeld fully
15,000 majority. Palmer had iu 1888
about 5,000 majority. Taking 10,000
more from the Republicans and giving
it to the Democratic candidate will
make 20.000 difference. Fifer 's majority
in 18S was 12.500. This change in
Cook ounty alone, with the rest of tin
ttate in ls-. will give the state to Alt
gelti by 7. .").
It shou'd '! borne hi
that tiit-s4 liiiH
the n-t f iho ,;
as k.:i l in 1
C xVri coi.' iUy s ! .
Pain., v :i.-I.. i
dt f i at.
The I'omir. ! i -
ii l i n.l. however,
as wt ll
; I'.-n.t in liis
Canned beef (lbs.)
Salt beef (lbs.)..,.
the increase that was going on before
the McKinley bill was conceived, has
been stopped and a decrease has taken
The following table shows the growth
in exports of the principal articles of
provisions in the twenty years from 1S70
Hoc products 15.:TO.ft4T $$5,281,174
Beef products S.TM.fcS 30.151..3
Dairy products 9.614.aC 13.061.tCd '
After this came the McKinley act
with its potent reciprocity blessings, and
with the following results:
Ho(r products $S.V-M.1?4 $.4.91S.e38
Beef rrodncts i.lSl.ftM avnp.s.r.15
Dairy products. 1.1.tejl,s3a 9,Sta.?i?0
There was a falling off in hog and
dairy products, while the increase in the
alne of beef products was about $6,
600,000 less than was demanded by the
normal rate of increase prevailing for
the twenty years between 1S70 and 1890.
This general decline of the business c
exporting provisions continues. The
official returns for September are now
before us, and they are anything but
satisfactory to the fanner who has been
basing his hopes on the reciprocity pro
visions of the McKinley law.
The following table shows the quanti
ties of certain dairy beef and hog prod
ucts exported in September, 1891, and
Cattle (No.) 3C.M0
flops (No.) 45 js7
Beef, canned dbs.) 6.110,? 126.96.36.199
Beef, fresh (lbs.i ls.Tol.iwi3 20.nor.8J7
Beef. salt. etc. (lbs.) 4.is.C 6.2S7.5M
Bacon lb.) av2.U90 3H.(C.1.41
Lard (lbs.) 84.71i.M22 36.2.'J75
Butter (lbs.) 1.7K.VI4 1.961.HI8
Cheese (lbs.) 7,Ki.7&4 8.S15.073
The decline has been so long continued
that it has reduced the total exporta
tions of some of these articles for the
eleven months ending Sept. 00, as the
following table will show:
7t1.na1.4n1 87. ins. no
The statistics for dairy products are
made up for five months only, but they
show that in that period, ending Sept.
30, lb92, the exports of butter were lfs
by 8,500. 000 pounds than for the corre
sponding period of 1S91.
row as to the prices. The exports of
cattle increased in number, bnt the aver
age price per head in 1S!2 was about
sixty-eight dollars and in 1S91 about
eighty-eight dollars, while, notwith
standing the higher price of cans, the
price of canned beef remained about the
same, baited meat bronc-ht 5 cents in
1892 and a little more than OJ cents ia
1891. Hogs brought sj.7.72 in 1S02 and
$9 in 1891. Fresh meat brought 8,4'
nits in 1892 and cents in 1891.
This is the showing made by the offi
cial statistics of the operation of jug
handled reciprocity on the business of
exporting p-ovisi ns. It is a noteworthy
fact that The Tribune has finally come
to the sage conclusion that it was not
the McKinb " law that was responsible
for the large exportation of breadstuff
in 1891, but the large crop at home aud
the short cr.ps abroad. It reaches the
further conclusion also that the large
crop is accor.utjiblo for the fall iu priees.
If the Mckinley law cannot overcome
such simple and fundamental laws of
nature, what good is it to the farmer;1
Was the act not intcrd"-! to beat the
laws of nature? And is not the farmer
taxed on his clothes and ether neces
saries of life in order that the prices of
his crops may advance?
The Tribune is resorting to the law of
nature, not by way of returning to a
sound mind, but to reconcile the farmer
to ths loss of his export trade. But what
can be its explanation of this decline in
provisions? There was no unusual crop
of bacon, beef, butter and cheese in
1891. On the contrary. It has been shown
that with the exception of beef the ex
ports of these articles fell off from 1890
to 1891, while as to beef the increase of
exports was not up to the norssaL
The truth is that the reciprocity clans
has not helped the farmer to a foreign
market for any of his products, and the
pretense that it does help him is nothing
more nor less thaa gross ignorance or
arrant lying. New York World,
liV'Ke.s it im-
iitwais in i !:' inland
:e: ! i-e no s; Jiu' ui.turiifil
s majority u; to the l-.il:-Ui:iess
regular I l-'mocrats
J .oi's a n. I l el use to
jui-.it Ion from other
his strength as eiuii-rali.u-r,
of Cook count v at
10. 0C0 or 13.000 majority at the lowest
The (jernrins will not fail to voio for
Alt-i-M. Cook county will sustain 0
candih:te by a tremendous majority.
The r.-a! twi:it to 1k looked aft. r is the
j geitii; ;t ol the regular l.i.'m. kt.;' ic
vote. 1 he tune .las come win n the
Democratic votes will, if i-u.t, eb?ct the
Miss Anna Anderson
A Lady of Molin e, Illinois, who
Visited a Davenport Institution-
An Interview with Her Regarding Her
Treatment There A Hearty and En
M' Anni Anderson, of Molire. ill.,' rsme to
Iavr-t port Feme two month stro ai d opplied to
the Scott M dic.,1 ln.-ti i.ie Tor treatn:ei.t. ghe
pant that be h id ri:ff.rl fr.ui t hionic C atari h
for Mime cfht ye r.
A rej on. r v. l.o ii.t. rvi.-w. d Vi-s Ani.ron a
f.-w diyi" fiiro w r-c- iv. il ordially eud given a
pit a-unt ir.tcn icw, iin tu t-ice ef wh;ce is as
: water mar...
j stay away f:-:u ll.
i vote, Altge-.l's a.
I sources inei a-.ing
j pared with that of
j the stale nulside
A Nice Scheme.
Fifer inakos a grand blow atmut reduc
ing the taxes from 53 to SO per cent.
Did it ever occur to the voters and tax
payers that the assessed valuation has
doubled. This ln-ingtrue the taxes have
been increased. It is ttion this plan; a
man pays 5 jer cent, this year on an
assessment of $10,000; next year he pays
three per cent, on $20,000. His per cent,
has In-en decreased and 1oCi his tax and
assessment have increased. The tax
payers will hardly fail to detect the
1 rand of the hypocritical and scheming
state ring. Jolict Times.
McKinley llefore an.l After.
In lsiMi, jur-l lef ore liie 1 )e:n.vrat ic
tidal wave -truck, his i.il!. Mr. M. Kiniey
a-iserted in a public :;.l-!r ss that '".i'iis
whole sylt ia of cheap things is a badge
of jKiverly." 1-Varing that llu people
will this ear take tiie same view ol
McKm!eyi"i which they eiileriaiiie.i
two vears ago, Mr. MeKii.lev is rs.biiitic
1UY CAKE OF
-sjC fr 'L
apd thank me for calling
yoiir atteqtion to il.
Patronize Home Industry and Protect the Labor of America
- MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
ISO Sl-coh-J Avenue, Vol.n , 111.
lil 'ute'y 1 liBVf Im-n p r V for t he a t - ix i . ht
eara n,d xn.k trcatrneni from nuniiM-: -t y
! Mn.il w u li m t v ief . Tin d a-i ,n - (..th j
h hi on my t.f ni tbat 't t v a tt;e tlirotirh
my vn nlv. t' i.o? w t.l r,-tr . I liri I.e.
d:srhrTi:e f in -ii i i: t ii d r:t. v It Tit I ca l
aebe, n; r.dir ii4We u; ny ar vkfiand
my ihront a- M ie ? n-' p i" 1 im- wlen I bwal
I w d. My (i innvh w. ? -ut o tti r and food
aiM rt 0 me.
I could r t it ep at i ctit niui I noramo t.er-
"n. AKon' two month iuo I l;ced rt y-t-If tin-
aer .rein.riil M ll.e Ot t: Med.c.-il inctitute. To
any I can trMhf u:ly ?ay 1 nr.. c rt i ff a'l roy
"Mv ear ticm ari:i throat ft rr richt. I am
free from all my t- rtu-r y r '.j t.rtij ( eat well
am! my fool agrees ur h me. 1 eep Founoly all
j TREATMFNl BY MAIL
To thf ?i Bi.ir: Ti Mtmof mail tre I'mer.t
' pnr-ooa ny o.ti !-iMai ntiiiiie ui-rn tir
the sm fli rt v rMi't la Tl o-i t:e-ni ti
tnbmit Ihi ir f t tLnm.-h ctrrv- oti. -it e t
i tho-e v hi ci-rtu i. jn. sni. Th. ir qm-rti.
Mhtik. ir pHip-rly C Ii .1 m. dia no-e oJ:r
case in ii ur roii. h wm , m il ai n.t ti ( ni f are
: promptly pliip. tl. tho- i: ni.' o,.t of it.e cit hve
ih piiuiv afvi nrii;: a? iIium- wKo come to t tie if -
i i He for t he tn'Mment hy mril. mcdieine free
and r d yonr-eif o ttu- n!-; p .inful i u anuoyinkT
a;ie .m' .r in: t aia.ot.c ol iu;ni:in i: r.
up in tins siate. an.t .nat wit.i toe pre- V Pr.tr MPniVn! TnQtitnto
... . . 1. W.'LU UtVUiLUi W L 1
221 Brady st.. Davenport, Iowa
j OVF.lt AMF.lUCAS KM'KKSS CO.
I frPEf!AI.TIKs:-t'-arr : and all d deafen of
. tho Ejrf. t nr. ' lir at ai d I.util Nrrvoc; dis-
I ph . tin ill-, ii.p-. r' ronie di-e-i!. s.
Itic Lour : ttlo 1 1 a. m.. ' l.i 4 ;.. m , T to ft
tense that lus l;il was lnleiiu-'.l to make
things cheap and lnts had that re&uk.
Has Mr. M. Kiniey deceived himself. r
is he ilelii-rately attempting to deceive
ot h e i-'r 1 1 1 tTa lo Co i i ri er .
C'ley laii.i I'iH-.i f tit form.
The direct appeal which Mr. Cleve
land's plan of reform makes to the com
mon judgment of the voters of the
American republic is what invests it
with that vital tpiality which has caused
it to survive the reverse which it suffered
four years ago and to gain con verb)
from all classes with a fuller and more
perfect understanding of its lenefieent
and wholsonie purposes. Kansas City
When eggs were thrown at Gen.
Weaver while in Georgia, lie said it was
don by some young rouzhs, yet the
"Pulbc" endeavors to make t appear
that it was a "Democratic outrage."
Grabbing at straws ia a last resort for
.ii-.iwiiing men and parties that see
defeat on the wall. Clinton Register.
"I was deaf for a Tear, caused by ca
tarrb in the head, but was perfectly cured
by Hood's Sarqaparilla,' H. Hicks,
Northern Illinois Democrat.
It has always been accepted that in
northern Illinois, outside of Cook county,
the Democratic vote has not been fully
cast. In many of the counties little or
no fight has been made for county
offices. There has been nothing for
Democrats to vote for with any hope
of success. The northern Illinois coun
ties have f ully 50,000 votes that are never
cast. The presumption is that these are
for the luost part Democrats.
On the state ticket these votes are as
good as any votes in the state and they
must be got out. With them, added to
the strength of the party in the rest of
the state, leaving out of consideration
altogether the enormous acquisitions of
the German vote, Illinois can be carried
by the Democrats by a majority that
will astonish the Republicans.
And, these hitherto tincast votes will
be for Cleveland, Altgeld, and the entire
The Republican bosses may be de
pended upon to redouble their efforts in
certain directions during the last days
of the campaign. The campaign of
alaiuler which they have carried on for
two months will not be allowed to droop,
and we may rely upon their bringing
out their heaviest artillery in this line at
the last. Roorbacks of all kinds will be
circulated, and no doubt slanders, the
most dastardly fortified by affidavits if
necessary, will be sent broadcast over
the country. Democrats should be on
their guard against this method of cam
paigning, and it will be on general prin
ciples safe to brand as a lie every cam
paign story emanating from Republican
Hundreds are going to see Win
DR. I). 0. FPUTH,
Late Snrcreon In th; Frov d it Mc'iral Piepen-
t-nry of em York. i
Who hns rrenti d Mi h a frtiKVion n and around
l'hir2o hy eurii ir it-ape i h :tl n Inn 'hi baffled the
med'r;tl fra't rniTy of th" roiin rv.
Ur Knr if ''tov. i rt of the Frnth MdicM
Co.. and member of the I' t-raT oiial Aocta ton
of Expt rt SixtiVis t . fl e w ill v sit
it it 14 IMi,A:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16th.
Returning every tttot'th to rmui'n tiro duy during
Ir. Frutli hai be. n roi.ne t.-d with the lar-ct
ho-:.H:il it. the rotiii ry. and h no ptiHr:r in
dintno-ine ar d tr.-at-n lii at. B ar.d d- fnrreil-".
He will cive tM f r any ra-e t' at h" can not
trll ihe ifci e ami .where lor.ited in five min
ut. b. He will mum to Hock I slu.nl evt-rjr month
thi- y.-a- to r. mn!F t davp.
ifeatr all urable ilfdital and SvrQ-ral ilUeane.
ariife uml rAro.w. rn'i:rrlt. dturrn tnfth' Air,
Xof, 'Jhn,at and Zunpt. j.;io, tiriqht't
Jtweare. I'ia eH. Ki'dneyt, Lire'-, -L ladder.
Chronic Female find Sexual Uineate.
Epil.-p-y o F.t rnn-d A po(itiv' tnarantee
Yol'NG AX .) M 11)1)1. E-A(i KI) MEN
Biiffernir from rpi-rtnatorrhea aud imi-otcccy as
the remit of relf-ahuse .n youth or -xce- in ma
ture earp a"d other cases, producing tome ot tbe
following effec a r. cmifion. Iilotthec, detiliity,
neron-ne. dizinef, cnfuHlon of id. an, aver
inn to ociety. defective rmmory, and p. xaal ex-hnu-t'on.
which nuflt tbe victomi. for busli.ef or
marriaee. are permanently cured by remidies not
BLOOD AS"n SKIXPISFASK8.
ryphili and romol c-tiou.as foar throat falling
of tee hnlr. pain in the boner, i rupMons etc , are
are perfectly eradicated w th ont cainz mercury or
or other b jurious draea. Go.n rrhoea. Kleet,
trio'urc and al" otinnry and kidney iroub es are
B,.-edily cored by tr.atm -nt that baa never failed.
He undertakes no Incurable rases, but cores
tbonsanos p iven op to die: Rem. mber the date
and come early, as bis ro ms are alwavs rr wded
wherev. r he stops COXSULTA I IN FREE.
ISl'ases and eorrejiponilence confident, , and
treatment sent by express wirfc fall dir ct'ns for
use, but personal coiinltat;on preferred i
Lla. II. IKrHITH 1
iBS Lak. Ave ,t l.irasi
It U sixCord Soft Fir'.sh. 5all iteaenre. and is equally well alapted for Uaud and Machine
Sewing. For sale by
r d Dry Goods Hones generally.
lERRICK THREAD CO.. 205 Filth Avenue, Chicago
THE FIRST CLASS
1 now located at his new shop,
At3 24 Seventeenth Street.
fW"Lht Shoes a sp. eialty. t pposit.; the Old t-tand.
c V-y '- thaeo, piuru -r Mini u Ian ? t.i h . n !:; t to ;iirnitT. C'nunii
?s - " tion an l Infinity, l-ut r.p cnvnioni t. rsrf m t,- i 1 I i r ptri
aa hf niKi:h!or ILV With vr v , . ,y..r v ".if :--- ,i..s,nfL
aukr vsino. trr rtj utnl tfu vuiuj. Circular fre. tJiress .erve ferd .. hlcaffo. IIV
For e.e in Rock island by Ilartz & B&hnsen. Stl Ave. and 2i?h street.
EiiSriHOtl RESTOSeri i::
Mi-ns. S'rrn! La.-. it into, a I! .1 rjin a:ul of rhv.r 1 the ti-.rieam 6
lr;ans in Oiir er sei eae-l hyovi r exert vivi
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Biailder.
Office and Shop Clcrner Seventeenth St. . . T?.-I, T 1 J
and Seventh Avenue, x.vrv u:auvj
All kinds of carpenter work a sporfalty. Flans and estimates for aH kinds of bolld'.njrs
rnrn-.sDea on appucatios.
Q)avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ATT. DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDREfS
J. C. DUNCAN, Proprietor.
New Goods juet opened.
See the new styles, v
It pays to trade:
Try us for bargains.
Special Low Prices this wee' .
Shoe Store. 307 Twentieth flxcl.Itit Jtlud.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
I - - . ' ; ' .
done. A specialty of furnishing L kinds
of Stores with Castings a 8 aenu ;
'if pr pound. t t ,j ' ) j
A MACHINE SHOP
nil been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done Ant-class.
f NINTH 8T.' AND7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS. i Propts.
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
Tt ie the best Scap made
For W ashing Machine use.
WARNOCK & RALSTON.
Ink, Paper, Tablets,
Satchels, trap-, Bt ts,
Pencil Boxes, RuJers,
and everything necessary for
W. TREFZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Are.