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THEAKGUS, TUESDAY", MAY 9, 1893.
Published Daily and Weekly at 16 M Second
Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
J. W. Totter,
Tut-Dally Euc per month; weekly rt.UO
ps aanum; in advance f 1 .BO
AH communications of a critical or arvamenta-
ttre character, political or religions, must have
real name attached for publication. No such
articles will be printed over flctitions signatures.
Anoymous common lcat Ions not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
i i Rock Island county .
Tuesday, May 9, 1893.
The city council of Quincr at its
last meeting appropriated 5.000 to
clean up that city. The money was
appropriated for'the use of the board
Now that it has been discovered
that the 800 men who obtain a living
by work in the Paris sewers are a
ery healthy class. Dr. Richardson
despairingly raises his hand and
asks: "Do sewer men grain an im
munity from contagion by their oc
cupation, or are we at sea as to the
xoode of communication of the spread
Sportsmen who have supplied them
selves with any of the new nitro pow
der for use in their shotguns should
take notice of the fact that it has just
been found out to the cost of sundry
European sportsmen that such pow
ders are subject to a chemical change
some time after cartridges havo been
loaded, which makes them exceeding
ly dangerous to use.
While the cables have been hissing
bot with news of reeling republics
and tangled reichstags. with here a
famine and there a hostile demonstra
tion by cholera microbes, the do
mestic telegraph has beer, sweetly
and mildly calm. Its climax seams
to have been reached when it flashed
from ocean to ocean the information
that one of the Vanderbilts was
building a fence.
A new fleet of six steam vessels
will connect New York city with
South Aweriea. The firnt of thee
veaaels Is About to start, arvd will
furnish much quicker communication
than has heretofore been possible, as
all former transportation lines consist
of sailing vessels. The steamers aro
to go through the stormy Straits of
Magellan, and will bo made especially
strong to insure safety in these dan
The letters received by Prince Bis
marck on Christmas day filled a
bushel basket." Xo doubt of it; and
yet it is not always safe to gauge a
prominent man's popularity by meas
uring his Christmas letters in a
bushel basket. In Germany, as in
this country, a majority of these
"congratulatory" missives of the
merry Christmas season run on in this
cheery way: 'Vhatever you choose
to contribute to this cause will be
gratefully received," otc.
Frederick Wevekiiaisek and
others are going to build a railroad
in Wisconsin from Verona Junction
to Ilayward. The scheme is already
Tinder wav, the road having been
surveyed and located and the neces
sary bonds will soon be issued. The
Toad will open up some good hard
wood lands in Sawver county, and
will greatly benefit the lumber inter
ests of that section.
Secretary Carlisle ana Wall Street .
In a forcible editorial on "Wall
Street and the Treasury," the St
Louis Republic tersely states the
situation thus: "The all street
bankers and stock operators have
had uninterrupted control of the fed
eral treasury since 18G1. and they
are making desperate efforts to re
tain this control in spite of the dem
ocratic national platform. They
have thus far succeeded in prevent
ing any change from the ruinous and
dishonest policy of the Harrison ad
ministration, under which silver is
not used at all to discharge coin ob
ligations incurred under the Sher
man act. They are determined that
Secretary Carlisle shall continue to
act on the Harrison administration
theory, that, instead of being cash
and an asset of the people, silver is a
liability, an evidence of debt, to be
met by taxing the people to raise
gold with which to redeem silver
and silver certificates as if they were
promisory. notes, payable in gold."
The Rush ville Times says of the sit
uation and correctly, too: "Secretary
Carlisle can do nothing which would
liave a greater effect in rendering
iiis management of the treasury de
partment, as well as Mr. Cleveland's
administration in general, genuinely
popular than to convince the Ameri
can people that Wall street does not
own and control him. There is too
much reason for the belief that the
influences- dominant in that street
have heretofore had a large share in
the determinatioirof the past govern
ment financial policy and that policy
ias always been to the advantage of
the street in preference to that of the
country at large." ;
An Inaugural Ode.
Be went to the- Capital City.
In the midst of the bustlo and din, i
To see bow a great and Grand federal state
Doth usher a new ruler in.
And he gazed on the backs of the people.
And he heard the loud trumpet's blare.
And his feet marked time to the merry chime
Of the good old church bells there.
And he paid $10 a minute
For the fun of a knocking about,
Fof the fun of a mauling and hauling.
For the fun of a deafening shout.
But he saw not the man elected.
He heard not he great man's speech.
He saw no parade, though for seats he had
For the crowd kept them out of his reach.
And when he returned Co his homestead
His clothing was tattered and torn.
And down in his soul was a surplus of dole
Mixed in with a leaven of scorn.
And he said with a sigh that was tearful.
And a f aco that was dreadful to see,
"Despite the hard seats and the acrobat's
Despite the bad jokes and the commonplace
Despite the mock freak and the lemonade
The circus of old suits me!"
One of Africa's Latent Marvels. .,
Only five years ago a magnificent har
bor was discovered at the mouth of the
Pungwe river, about 115 miles below the
Zambesi delta. It is about two miles
wjde and six miles long and on its north
ern shore has arisen the town of Beira,
where 500 Europeans, half of them Brit
ish, are now living. Beira is one of Af
rica's latest marvels. Probably no white
man six years ago had ever seen the bar
ren promontory of sand it occupies. On
Nov. 28, 1892, a locomotive that had been
put together in Beira puff ed through one
of the streets and a little way ont of the
town, for Beira is to bo the port of Ma
shonaland, the region of mountain and
plateau, where British enterprise is open
ing new goldfields.
A month ago 35 miles of the railroad
had been completed. The route for near
ly half the way to Massikesse lies along
the Busi river. Its total length is less
than 200 miles, its longest bridge has a
span of about 300 feet, and the cost of the
road is estimated at about $3,000,000. The
Mozambique company, a Portuguese cor
poration, is carrying out the work, but
by arrangement the British South Africa
company is to havo certain privileges in
the management of the road, and will
build an extension from the Portuguese
frontier at Massikesse to Fort Salisburv,
the seat of government in Mashonaland.
The Pipe Craze In the East.
Upper Broadwav and Fifth avenue in
New York swarm with men whoso at
tire indicates that they are in Ollie
Teale's "4,000." Theso'rerambulating
fashion plates bite the amber tip of a
truly English short briarwood pipe with
a tenacity worthy of the prince himself.
It's English to smoke a pipe in public
places and also on the street, and that
settles it. But it is in New Haven and
Cambridge that the fever has broken out
like smallpox pustules. Thin, concave
chested student chappies struggle along
Church and State streets, or hold np the
front walls of Trcager's or lluebloins',
every blessed one of 'em nursing a pipe,
the shorter and stumpier the more the
chappie thinks he's in it.
It's really comical to observe the dealt
boys in couples, trios and squads, pipe in
month, trousers rolled up, with the most
killing Piccadilly swagger, march along
like children from a nursery school. The
pipes bite their tongues, give them bron
chitis, disgust everyliody else, but they
are in the swim, and that's enough for
chappie, dcah boy. Cor. Washington
An Interesting T"se of riiotofrrapliy.
A French photographer lately invented
a process by which a bit of ordinary pa
per the leaf of a book, for example can
be made sensitive to the light without
affecting the rest of the page. Acting on
this hint, tho French war minister has
begun to take the portraits of conscripts
and recruits on the paper which gives
their height, complexion, age, etc., and
the cheapness and swiftness of the oper
ation, which is already in uso in the
French army, is something remarkable.
It costs only a cent to get two copies of
a portrait of Jacques Bonhomme one
for his individual register and tho other
for his muster roll and so rapid is the
process that in a few hours a whole reg
iment can be so photographed. The sol
diers file along one by one, and each sits
for three seconds in tho photographic
chair, and the thing is done. Boston
Leaving Ko Stone I'nturned.
"Take all my beard off and give me a
short hair cut," said the man in the ad
joining chair as he threw himself upon
the mercy of the razor wielder.
"What, take off all dat fine beard?" in
quired the barber in astonishment.
"Yes," replied the customer. "I have
been cultivating this beard for over 20
years, and I hate to part with it. It must
go, as I am after a job in the interior de
partment, and I got a straight tip from
a Georgia friend that Hoke Smith is par
tial to men who do not wear any hair on
their faces. Take it all off," he added
as he leaned back in the chair and in
dulged in mental speculation over his
prospects for obtaining employment in
Uncle Sam'r" vineyard. Washington
Shingles by the Carload.
The northwest is sending immense
quantities of shingles to the east just
now. Fifteen to 20 carloads a day was
the average freightage of this commod
ity passing through Seattle in the first
half of the month, and one day a solid
train of 30 carloads of shingles left that
point for the east.
John W. Bookwalter, the Ohio mil
lionaire, said the other day, "I cannot
tell you how much money I have spent
trying to build a machine which will fly,
but I think that I have a model under
way now that will solve the problem."
It is said that a large hotel for tho ac-
rommodation of colored people is to be
I uilt in Slater, Mo., by colored capital-
Secession Talk In Texas.
At the recent immigration convention
at Wichita Falls Mr. Alexander intro
duced a resolution advising that the Pan
handle practically secede from the Lone
Star State and set up for itself.
A Globe-Democrat representative met
tl Hon. A. L. Carter and asked him
vht he thought of the proposition. The
ex-senator said at once that he was op
posed to any division whatever. In his
opinion there was no grounds for such a
step as the resolution contemplated. His
understanding was that the Panhandle
people based their proposition principally
upon the assumed fact they were not be
ing considered in the location of the new
courts which aro now under contempla
tion; that their rights were in danger,
and in order to socure what they believed
was justice to that portion of the state
they proposed to cut loose from the com
monwealth and organize a state by them
selves. In tho first place, Mr. Carter said, there
was no prosperous country in the world
where the courts were able to keep
abreast of the litigation, and it was a no
torious fact luat the chief reason for the
enormous number of cases in the Texas
courts was the fact that eo many lawyers
accepted briefs on contingent fees. The
Panhandle people were comparatively
strangers. They came to Texas and took
advantage of the cheap lands to provide
homes for themselves and were now en
deavoring to create a state of feeling
which might develop into serious conse
quences to the people of Texas. Cor. St.
A 4ii:lint Memorial.
The parents of a child that died some
few years back in tho Great Ormond
Street Hospital for Children have hit
upon a quaint and in many respects ad
mirable method of perpetuating his
memory. On each anniversary of the
child's death a ierformance of "Puncn
and Judy" takes place in every ward in
the hospital. This great festival for 1
need not say that it is a great festival to
everybody cone rued has been duly
The only blot upon it was that one poor
little fellow had to c taken away just
before the iorformance commenced to
undergo an xcratiou. but it will be a
satisfaction to every reader to hear that
he was iiiiv than consoled by subse
quently having ' Toby" brought to his
bed by a kind nurse for a private inter
view, and thus for'.ified under his trou
bles the little patirnt progressed most fa
vorably. People who lose children arc
often desirous of commemorating the lit
tle lives in some way. ami too often their
efforts in that direction are not overhap
py. Here is a hint for guidance in a1!
such cases. 2t may be varied almost in
definitely. London Truth.
Ttio MnU lias tlal Its I:iy-
Fashion has u creed that tho masher
must give r.p his t::o-::och and west end
opticians areI-ei;:o::nir,g the fact. Long
ago cords or ciiains e.tt::clied to the sin
gle cyegl.:s.-j were abandoned. As it
was impoosil-k- l. !:e;p the glass in iosi
tion long at a ti::se. breakages were fre
quent, and ;;lk;.i::s profited amazingly.
The American tludc. who has lcen un
happy lieoauK he eovdd not imitate his
English monitor without incurring
heartless ridicule, may now rejoice.
The proud pn"-e::iine:;c which two or
three society swells have attained will
now disappear at last. There swells
turned fairly gr.vn with envy when one
of their number was observed to sneeze
quite violeutly wilhov.t dislodging Lis
mouoclo. London Letter.
An I'nfortunaf o Investment.
A sample of the disastrous results of
tho failure of the Liberator Building so
ciety comes from Dorsetshire, where a
hardworking farmer, who is nearly TO
years of age. invested all the savings of
his lifetime, amounting to 000, in the
Liberator. At the beginning of last year
his nephew remonstrated with him on
having all his eggs in one basket. "Nay,
lad," answered the old man, with cheer
ful confidence, "it will last my time."
Ho has had to leave his farm, to sell the
greater part of his furniture, and is now
living in a small cottage, broken in
health and spirits. London Exchange.
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to be in
curable. For a great many years
doctors pronounced it a local disease,
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo
cal treatment, pronounced it incura
ble. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease, and there
fore requires constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney &Co., Tole
do. Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a
tt aspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer $100 for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circu
lar and testimonials. Address
F.J. Ciieney & Co., Toledo, O.
JT$2rSold bv all Druggists, 75c.
who are puny, pale,
weak, or scrofulous,
oaght to take Doctor
l'ierce's Golden ModicaJ
Discovery. That builds
up both their flash and
their strength. For this,
and for purifying ths
blood, there's nothing in
all medicine that can
equal the " Discovery."
In recovering from
"Grippe," or in con
valescence from pneu
monia, fevers, or other
wasting diseases, it speedily and stirely in
vigorates and builds up the whole system.
As an appetizing, restorative tonic, it set
at work all the processes of digestion and
nutrition, routes every organ into natural
action, and brings back health and strength.
For ail diseases reused by a torpid liver oi
impure Moot I, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Scrof
ulous, Skia. and Kealp Diseases even Con
sumption (or Liinsr-scrofula) in its earliei
Biases the " Discovery" is tue only guaran
teed remody. '
If it doesn't benefit or euro, in every case,
you have Your money back.
HON. Z. AVERY,
OfIB Or THl LAROCST CONTRACTORS AND BUM O-
na ia Ncbnaska.
HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS.
Gkasd Island, Kkb., April 8th, 1S92.
Dr. Mile Mtdleal Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Gektlxxkn: I had been troubled with hcbt
oiacasc rp the lmtio vtint, and although I
was treated by able physicians and tried many
remedies, I grew steadily worse until ws com.
VLCTCLV f0TTIO NO CONFINED TO WV SCO
without any mo PC or accovcav, 1 would have
I stop beating
altogether. and it was with
the greatest difficulty that my circulation could
tttfTH OUS AN DS23&
ck to conaelonsneaB again. . While in this condi
tion I tried your New Hcapit Cure, and begun
to improve from the first, and now 1 am able to do
a rood day's work fora man 68 years of age. I give
Dr. Miles- New Heart Cure all the
credit for my recovery. It is over six months since
I have taken any. although I keep a bottle in the
house in case I should need it. I have also used
your Nerve and Liver Pills, and think a
great deal of them. Z. Avekv.
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
Dr. M I LES' PI LLS. 50 Doses 25 Cts.
RING OUT THE GOOD
A Kerr very th Physicians of
th Pcott Menical Institute
Fe Proud of.
Mr. J. S. McArthur says: "I
have boon employed by the Iowa
Union Telephone "Co., ami am well
known in the city. I have had
Catarrh for 10 years. My symptoms
were headache, pain across the eyes,
bad coujrh. strinpry mucous in my
throat, ami nose "tilled up all tho
time. Deafness troubled inc. The
past throe years 1 have had a num
ber of hemorrhages from the lungs,
coughing np large quantities of
blood, and had severe pain in my
chest and stomach. I lost llesh and
got very weak.
Mk. J. S. McAkthck,
Main St., Davenport, la.
I am now well
I can hear as well as ever, and have
no cough, no bleeding at lungs, no
pain in chest, and am as fleshy as I
ever wa. The pln'sicians at the
Scott Medical Institute cured me.
I cannot praise theni too much."
The Fee of 5 Charged by the Scott
Medical Institute pays for Personal
Treat mcnt, Medicines Everything
For One Month.
EVERY CURABLE DISEASE
221 Brady street, Davenport, la.
Over Amekicax Extkess Co.
SPEC I A LTI ES : Cat arrh . Eye,
Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Nervous
Diseases, Skin Diseases, Chronic Dis
eases. OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. in.. 2
to 4 p. in.. 7 to 8 p. ni.
On Sundays the ollice will be open
from 9 a. in. to 4 p. m.
PBOI OSALS FOR FBESIl BEEF. Office Com
miraary of Btibsietence, U. H. Army, Room
417 Pullman Building, Chicao,Illinois, Aptil 11th,
1S93. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, accompan
ied by written guarantees signed by two re
sponsible persons, will be received at this efflce
until 11 'clock A. m , on Thursday, the 11th day
of May, 1893, at which time and place they will
be opeDed in presence of bidder, for furnishing
Pilch quantities of Fresh Beef for if cue, and
Choice cuts of Fieh Beef for sales, as may be re
quired by the Subsistence department, U. S.
Army, at Indianapolis Arsenal, Indianapolis, In
diana, J fferton Barracks, Missouri, ai.d Kock Il
and Arsenal. Kock Irland. Illinois, durtr.i: the
fiscal year commencing; July 1st, lbVO. Proposals
will be received up to and opened at the came
hoar at the several pests by the respective com
raissariea of such posis, each poet commis
sary receiving proposes for his own post only.
Blanks for proposals and guarantees and circular
cf inttmctiona to bidders, piving full informa
tion as to the quality of tho beer required, man
ner of bidoing, conditions to be observed by bid
del a, and terms of contract a-d pavment, will be
furnished on application to this office or to the
A. C S. of any post. The Government reserves
the ight to reject any or all proposals. Enve
lopesicnntaining proiioeaJst'hould be markcd"Pro
posals for Fresh Betf" and addressed to the un
dersigned, or to the A. C. 8. at the post bid for.
i. II. Oilman, Major and C S., U. to. Army.
V 3 vv,
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Made: Only by
N.K.F r f" ' ?
SCHMEIL, P ARID ON & FON.
Painters and Decorators
Kalsominino, Paper Hanging, Etc.,
419 Seventeenth Street.
A. D. HUES1NG
- ' AND
Kepresenls. among other time-tried ana el
known Firelnsnrance Companies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y .
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N.
Citiiens Ins . Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa .
Ban Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Pecnritv Ins. Co.. New Haven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wis
tferman Fire Ins. Co.,of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor, 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room SI. Mitchell! Lynde's block
Hock Island, Ills.
lapSecnre our rates ; tney wm mieresi you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company ran afford.
i our ratronage is solicited.
LABOR. TIME, MONET
Use it your own way.
It is the bett oap made
For "VV ashing Machine use.
WARI10GX & RALSTON.
, Insane Persons Restore.
lAvaBura&NiiRVii diseases. Ontytw'
urt or JJm jtfrtMAm. J-ifs. j:Urpsir. tie.
IXFALLIBLB if taken u dirert-d. A'J " afur
I irf.i,' Tr..itiu .n.l trial hottle free to
V V Kit tmients, they paying espress charges on when
V r -'-e-re.l. S;n1 nam. 1 O. una exirrs anaress ac
i.j J 'V'-fl to lot. KLIN Con Arc h St..t,hillJelphia.P.
'.T.-.-JW. fiKH'AlU- tl IMITATING FRAUDS.
IT L' T .
Ttatfkto of .Tuni.o ' ir..i
, . """" .n J.iniit , "t-fi
TheonderBieneti havim' tr. n r
tor of the laot will ud iiBrMj"
Mahnnav lata . . '
Mate of IltimiW .l..r....i i..- . "'"'"-i::
Rock Island county, at the n&f o' t'l V'
Jnne term, on the f.rrt y.m.-'uv't I-r .
at which time all powns kivii.rsv, ..r
aid state are notified anl ri :m ,n '.'r'
- t ... ua.;,. mi- anie:iii-:rt,i ,
person? indebted to nili-tatt.- ure n . , . "".
make immedinte pavmem Ti. tS rr '
Ilatbil Ihia 1 .. .I-".. . ...:.'. : ' ' fc
foe Thn TM rilICa nf ha.-;. .1. " C-
vu.u i.jiii ut ! .-I'-:, .. JI. W t
WM . E. KLIN E K K l. T K K, E y .r
ItyTirtae of a special exerr.sir.Ti ai.,' f. ,
6.4S4, isoned out of the clrrkV oiEre .f II
court of Kock Island cn:r.tv. ai d ;:, ,;
and to me directed, w her. !v I am orair, ,-.v"-make
the amount of a r.-rT:iin ;,i'!ciitT.
obtained airainnt Aun:: -4.nrii:d. in r.ror'r
Itudolph Schwecke. orit of tde lin'u. v ''i
poods and chattels of ti e a;,l .ief, i ...
st Schmidt, I have levied tl... fo ,
property, to-wit ;
l-ot one (1J and tliree (-'( in b..rUf. .
u'tidi iiiiKBiiiiiiiii in in- t ;. V ri f it' k I t
and lit four (II in J. M I'.o ;rof t' t., :j.
ion of cut lots eloM'n ill i :.i .l t Uc I.
tion thirty-tivc :ir. townt-M o -.ii.i- -. ...
rnne two ti west of th.- fi nrtii ii H. M ri:
city of Itct'k Island, all in 1 hi- t't
Islnnil and Mate of ll.iiioi-.
Therefore, arcordinp tos iid cnmmiiT. 1 -h::;
rose forsale at public auction ai) tLi r v"
and interest t.f the above ii'irnt i. ' .v.r
hchmiilt. in and to the above de-rr.'i-; -
in the 13th day of yav, l-'tj. at a :.' k ;-.s
at the north limtr of the c--.rt ho :'t- -r
city of Hock Island, in tile m :t.tv f !; I, a
and state or IHiiioik, for ea-li iu hatii. f.
sairi execution and fee bill.
Dated at Hock Island this Sis! i: .y cf A, : i
Sheriff cf Rock I.-lati i C.-:::.tv. JI. j
IK KKAI. K-TA1K.
By Tirtne of an order at-.il ilerii-e of .;
court, of Hock Island eouiity. Male 'if Ii::
made on the petition rf the ui..i. r- J3r-
Johnston, administrator of the ..:
Thomas II. O'Donnell. deceased, f or h ave tr.
real esiaie 01 emu uetenseu. ai i.ie .ti.ii tt . .u. a
D., 18'J3, of said court, to-wit, on i'i j ' : ih; f
Slav. A. D.. 1S93
I fhall on the "d ilnv of Jr.r.t . A. h..
between the hoars of lOo'cIrck in ihe fvT'Cxi
and 5 o'clock in the .if term on f said ly. v 'i i
nnbl'c sale, at the- north Jt of ihe court t."
in the city of Hnck Island, iu said cotin'y.tk
real estate described as fo lows, t- v it :
That certain tract or iircel of lam! i":s'i'i "
the northwest quarter '4 of section r.riVi
twenty ei(rtt (s). townsh:i i:!.ni''er r:-'
(19), north ranpe three east i f the F.i'.rJ'l
principal meridian described as f.r. us. b. -nintr
230.9 feet east of the corner i f . .i-.tA.
21, 2S and in th township ifori fa i: ti. :
sonth 118 feet, thenre north -K'i dver-'.
1I1H fiit thenc. north i!ii. de-'rei.-. l".
to the section I-ne; theme west in t:.e sr
line h'.li feet to tho p'aee of heirii irL-
Situated in the township i f j:
county of Hock l'anil. state of r::i.o? or.
following terms, to-w.t: (ash t.n '"'
Bated this 4th day tif May. A. I . !"
J . l: .!l)HNsTi'
Administrator of the Estate of Ti:- ::.a- B. "i
Washes sverytbing frcni tr?
silk handkerchief to a drcm
tent; Latv curtains aejecialty
No. r24 THIFP AVE.
A. M- & L. J- FAKK :
IVleuhonn No. 121
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