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THE A 1?U US. "FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1893.
PaMlshed lmlly Hi Weekly at MM Second
Avenue, Bock Island, 111.
J. W. I'OTTKB,
Tun-Daily 5UC per mouth; Weekly M.UO
war aaanm; In advance f I .BO.
All connnntcatiocs of critical or arvamenta
live character, political or religions, must have
eal name attached for publication. Ho enck
a -tlelea will be printed over flotttiona signatures,
mormons communications not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
1 1 Bxk 1 eland county.
STATU Or ILLINOIS,
Rock Iblahu Cjcktt. t
Charles E. Ross and Charles K. Napp, first be
ing duly .worn, upon their oaths aay. that they
have obtained 11 additional subscribers for Thb
Daily Amirs within a period of three days.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th
day of June, A. D. , 1S93.
William McKxiky. Notary Public.
"i-kidat, Jl-se 23. 1893.
The province of Quebec has sent
its treasurer to Europe to borrow
$10,000,000, but he has so far failed
Hambckg suffered 14 cholera epi
demics from 1831 to 1873, and these,
together with the scourges of later
years, have all been directly tracea
ble to the untiltered water of the
The United States lish commission
in the fishing season of 1892 distrib
uted 366,580,432 eggs, fry and year
lings, in rivers, lakes and sea-belts,
all over the country, shad and cod
leading in numbers.
Brown-Seacard's new elixir for
subcutaneous injections has been
tried by over 1.200 physicians, who
report strikingly favorable results in
nearly every case of locomotor ataxy
and shaking paralysis.
Whisky will take out every kind of
fruit stain. A child's dress will look
entirely ruined by the dark berry
stains on it. but if whisky is poured
on the discolored places before send
ing it into the wash it will come out
as good as new. St. Louis Chronicle.
Once let this recipe become
known and what an amount of carry
ing home of whisky to restore dis
coloration in the childrens' clothing
there will be!
Among the democrats who stand
around the Washington hotels and
look and long and dream of fat-salaried
sinecures that never come there
is criticism of every department of
the administration save one. That
department is the department of the
treasury. They love Mr. Carlisle for
corpses he has nude. The merry
whirr of the ax in the vast building
is music to them. They buoy them
selves with the belief that the splen
did Carlislean example must in time
The Kussian extradition treaty,
which has been the subject of nego
tiation between the two contracting
parties for more than six years, has
at last been formally proclaimed, and
will henceforth be the law of the
land. It will go into effect June 24.
it la prtpd bv state department
officials that the treat v is similar in
scope to all our recent extradition
treaties, though it is admitted that
in practice the administration of the
articles mav have a different resui
in view of the essential difference
between the judicial systems of the
The Ottumwa Courier has no pa
tience with Bishop Merrill's threat
ened bovcott of the World's fair. It
says: "In other words Bishop Mer
rill anil his ministerial associates
who bv reason of ample salaries and
the advantages of travel and educa
tion, together with ready and daily
access to libraries, museums and the
great art galleries do not begin to
need the educational advantages of
the exjKsition as do the vast majori
ty of the people, will ueiioerateiv
throw the influence of a declared re-
li-ions zeal and martyrdom about an
effort to keep millions of people from
attending the irreatest exhibition
that has ever been brought to
jrether itpon the face of the earth
If Bishop Merrill and
his ministerial companions persist
in issuing their fanatical manifesto.
it will be a calamity to orthodox
Christianity. It will indeed be a
blow to all true religion." The good
bishop, the Courier might also have
said, evidently goef on the theory
that two wrongs make one right in
urging the application of practices.
which at one time constituted a
crime on the statute books of Illi
nois, as a vindictive policy in the
lace of a course approved by law.
The bishop should concede to people
the right to think differently from
him on questions of religious pro
, priety, as well as in the matter of
, . creed. And, by the way, while the
bishop is asking his church people to
stay away from the fair, has he de
nied himself that pleasure?
ta Object to Then sad Cs-
ejaently They Mast Go.
The plan of building' houses with
kitchens at the top, however advan
tageous it mayjbe in keeping1 unsavory
odors from the rest of the house, i
not likely to become general in Wash
ington. When the Metropolitan club waa
built some six or eight years ago, it
was the first building in town of any
size to have) the top floor given over to
the uses of a kitchen. At the time the
subject was discussed pro and con, and
many prophesied that the new idea
would be generally followed.
Time has proved the fallacy of those
predictions, as the buildings which
have since been constructed on a simi
lar plan are few and far between,
while in private houses there are no
kitchens on the top floor, except in the
handsome brown-stone residence
erected by ex-Senator Palmer.
Last winter the property was leased
by secretary and Mrs. Elkins, who,
though otherwise pleased with the
pleasant, sunny house, experienced no
end of trouble because the kitchens
are on the top floor.
The servants object, as they are cut
off from all intercourse with their
friends, who remain away rather than
mount so many flights of stairs.
At the Metropolitan club the cooks,
with their white caps and aprons, pre
sent a most attractive appearance dur
ing warm afternoons, when assembled
for a chat in the balconies under the
Whatever may be said for or against
kitchens in that portion of the house,
they will certainly never be popular
with the majority of servants who do
not relish the opportunity thus afford
ed for looking down on humanity in
A CURE FOR RHEUMATISM.
It Wasn't Intended as Such and Waa a
Cant Ion to the Fattnnt.
Talk about sick men in a hotel. "
said a veteran hotel clerk. "Let me
tell you of an experience we had with
a fellow not long ago. lie came to the
house all right, but he took a heavy
cold, and it seemed to go into a sort of
rheumatism and settled in his shoul
ders. The poor fellow suffered awfully,
and couldn't lift his hand to save his
life. lie sent for a doctor, and, of
course, got a prescription which didn't
do him a psrrlicle of good, One of the
bell-boys heard that witch-hazel was
a good thin?, and seciaff a bottle of
it ia qap of the rooms, brought it
into-the sick man. The follow was glad
Onougb to try any thing.and the belj boy
rubbed him with It manfully. About
two hours after rubbing the sick man
felt the thin g begin to burn, and word
soon oame to the ofliiv; thr.l he felt as
if he were aU afire I went up and
found in awful pain. I akod him
the taose of it, and he pointed
to the witch hazel bottle. 1 looked aft.
it anA found that it was an old bottle
filled with furniture polish, There
was a state of things. Finally the fel
low in h0 "patniwmrnenced to limp
about the room, and - a& he did so he
would throw his arms over his head.
In about an hour's time the burning
stopped, and his rheumatism was
gone. lie had a few blisters to take
care of, but he was so glad to get the
use of his arms that he never made a
kick. Funny cure, wasn't it?"
It Wksn't the Tons-buna of trw Bm(
Bat Ita Association.
He walked into the restaurant with
a yearning, half-famished Iook in his
It was not the finest restaurant in
the city, but he seemed oblivious of
the fact as he eagerry scanned the bill
"Bring' me some mutton chops," he
said to the obsequious waiter.
I can't jes' recommend de chops,
sah." replied the waiter.
" "Cause dey's all gone any moreJ"
"Then get me a beefsteak and fce
quick about it!"
The beefsteak was a demoralized
looking specimen and of adamantine
consistency. The waiter watched him
gleefully as he hacked off a corner
and conveyed it to his mouth.
There was a suppressed groan. Our
hero had broken a tooth in an ill-advised
attempt at mastication.
"Is you superstitious, sah?" inquired
"So. Why do you ask?"
Cause you is de thirteenth pusson
wot tried to eat dat erdentical piece of
beefsteak, and none of 'em couldn't
do nuthin' wid it. I knowd 6urafin'
were ngwine to happen, shuah!"
AND THE CROW DEPARTED. I LEGAL. A
Bow m Rat Was Caught While Attempting-
"One can always laugh at the per
son who attempts to convert to his
own use the property of others and
suddenly finds himself trapped," said
a farmer. "Probably the laugh comes
a little more heartily when it is an
animal. Not long ago I possessed a
fine crow that I kept in a cage outside
my door. I was particularly proud of
this bird, for it seemed to have good
sound sense and did many queer
things. One morning I .placed my
bird out as usual and thought no more
of it. That evening when I came to
bring it in, I found instead a rat in
my cage, and the door closed as usuaL
Then I began to wonder. First I
thought that someone had played a
trick on me had stolen my crow and
left me a rat. I noticed though, vMth
what ease the "door slipped up and
down, and then I thought that per
haps the rat had nosed it up, and going
in had eaten my crow. With me the
crow was safe, for I never had any po
litical aspirations that might be
blighted. Then I thought of my crow's
game propensities and I argued that it
was a trick. Shortly afterward a
neighbor of mine brought my crow
home. It had been flying about in an
aimless, friendly aanncr, and he
had caught it. I am of the impres
sion now that the rat lifted the door to
get in and eat the birdseed, and that
my crow took the opportunity of an
open door to walk out."
Ills Hrusque Way of Stating:
Startled the Family.
A very good and pious man recently
bought a rough piece of ground ind
proposed to do some farming. There
was a skimpy little stream on the
place that he thought might be made
into a reservoir, so he sent his hired
man to investigate. Several hours
later the hired man appeared in the
"Well, Henry," inquired the good
man, "what is the result?"
"'Tain't worth a dam. sir," replied
The good man gasped and tho fam
ily fell over each other trying to get
' as far away as possible.
I . . j .a i l i j.
lienry wa amau-u, auu iimjkcu i
"What's thatv asked the good man,
evidently not realizing that he was
asking to hear again what had so
shocked him at first.
"Tain't worth a dam. sir," repeated
"What do you mean?" and this time
the good man was mad.
"Just what I said, sir," responded
Henry, who had not caught on. "You
couldn't plug that creek up tight
enough to catch a wash tub full of
water in six months," and ail at once
Henry's rather startling report was
entirely denuded of its possibilities of
Proof of the Pudding
nave yon humors, cauHng blotcbet-?
Does your blood ran thick and sluKgi'l1?
Are yon drowsy, dull sn.l languid?
Is a bad taste In your month, and
Is yonr tomrue all furred anacoateil?
Is jour sleep with bad dreams broker.?
Do yon feel downheatted, dismal.
Dreading something, what, you ktow l ot?
Then be very sure you're bilious
That you have a torpid liver,
acd what jou teed is something to rouse li and
make it active enough to tl row ft the inipnri.ies
that clog it; something to invigorate tbe dil.ili
tatel system, and he'p all tho orgars to perform
the duties expected of them, promptly and ener
getically. Thnt somtthing" is Dr. Ficrct's
Golden Mtfdical Discovery, the great Blocd Puri
fier, which its propiietors have such great faith
in that they guarantee it to cure, if it does not,
year money will be ref ucded. Hut it will. Hny
it, try it. and be convinced of its wonderful row
er. If the proof of the i udding Is in the eating,
the ro f or this remedy is in the taking.
I have been a j;reat sufferer from
catarrh for over 10 years; had it very
bad, could hardly breathe. Some
ni"hts I could not sleep and had to
walk the lloor. I purchased Ely's
Cream Italm and am usinj; it freely
it is working a cure surely. I have
advised several friends to use it, and
with happy results in every case. It
is the medicine above all others for
catarrh, and it is worth its weight in
gold. I thank (iod I have found a
remedy I can use with safety and
that docs all that is claimed for it.
It is curing my deafness. B W.
Sperry, Hartford, Conn.
The Artfuloc of the Ant.
Like many other insects, the ant Is
very fond of 6ugar, to obtain which it
employs a skill that is almost incredi
ble. An observer thought he had pro
tected his suf-ar basin from the atten
tions of a number of ants by placing it j
in the center of the vessel full of !
water. To bis amazement, however, I
he found that they got at the sugar by
climbing up the wall of, the room to
the part of the ceiling that was just
over the basin. From this spot they
allowed themselves to fall among the
sugar. Several that were carried by
the draught past the bowl fell into the
surrounding water, and would all
have been drowned but for ' their
mates, who succeeded in rescuing
them. The truth of this singular
occurrence is vouched for by the wit
ness of it.
Tallahassee's Street-Car System.
The street-car system of Tallahassee,
Fla. , consisting of one car, is operated
by a negro and a mule, both of whom
live only to please the people. If the
car happens to be going one way and
a passenger wants to go in an op
posite direction he has only to say so
and the mule is immediately hitched
to the other end and the car started
in the desired direction.
mi.DKKQ EVC&SOE, Frotpsci, Otuo.
Found no Belief except in Kicka
poo Indian Sagwa, the Greatest
v Blessing to Humanity.
Pbospect, O., March 19.
For two years I had been more or leas
ftfilicted with headaches and bad failed
to find any relief. I was recommended
to use Kickapoo Indian Sagwa daring
my last attack and did so. My head
ache stopped, and I have had no returns
of it since. My headaches came from a
liver and stomach trouble, and the
Bagwa made its curative effects felt at
once. I cheerfully recommend Kick
apoo Indian Sagwa to all who may be
afflicted, believing it to be the greatest
blessing of the human race.
KICKAPOO INDIAN 8ACWA.
9 (1 per Bottle, 6 For $6.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS,
PKOlAl. - 88E38MK..T JNOTTCfC
Notlcs is hereby riven to all persons Interested
that the city coulciI of he city of Hock Island
having ordered thtt: There De constructed a
system of sewer in tbe Seventh Ward on Forty-
Inurtu street, ronj-tecona, rorty-tnira auu
Fortv-flfih streets, and on Hailroait avenue oi
Sixth avenue and on Seventh avenue and in all
alleys in blocks one (1) and two (S) Brooks' ad
dition: In blocks "B ' and "C" Edge wood Park
addition; McMaeter's addition ; tbe P rty-four h
street addition and in Brooks1 secoud addition,
all in tbe city of Hock Islacd, Ills., having ap-
filied to tbe county court of hock Island county,
n the slat of Illinois, for an assessment of tbe
corts of snid i-aorovemeut according to beoeflts;
ao , an assessment thereof hiving been n.nde
and returned to said court, tbe final h'ari'Ag
tbereon will be bad at the July term taf said
court, commencing on the Kith day of July. A. D.
Alt persors desiring msy then and there ap
pear and mate their defense.
Dated at Hnrk lsland.kIlliuois, this 17th day of
June A. U. ISKf.
J. R. Johnston
C. A. STopDABii, V Commissioners,
Geo. P. Dow mbs.
By virtue of a special execution and fee bill No
32.1, issued out of the clvrk's office of the county
court of Hock Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, wcereby 1 am commanded to
make the amount of a certain ludirment recently
obtained airainst lienry K biers in favor of
Hudolpb Priester, out of tbe lands, tenements,
goods and chattels of the said defendant. lien
ry Ehlerf, I have levied noon the following
property, to-wit; ,
Part f lot twent' -two (22), section four (4)
towecbip seventeen (17). north range one (1)
west of the Fourth principal meridian, situated
in the county of Kock Island and the state of Ill
inois, as shown by the assessor's plat of 1881, and
containing six (B) acres, more or less.
Therefore, according tosaid command I shall ex
pose for sale at public auction all the right, title
and interest of the above named, lienry
Killers. In and to the above described prupcrty,.m
Thursday,tbe'th day of June.l8HS,at8o,clo.-k p.
m , at the north door of the court house in the
city or Hock Island, in the county of Hock Island
and state of Illinois, for cash in band, to satisfy
said execution and fee bill.
Dated at Hock Islaud this Tth day of June, A .
C. D. GORDON,
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Illinois.
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will be received at the City
Clerk's office. Kock Islaud, 111., until Monday,
July 3, 18(J3 at 5 o"clock p m.. for constructing
the improvement ordered by an ordintnee of
of the city of Rock Island, passed June 7. 1SWJ.
entitled An ordinance for the improvement of
Reveteenth and Niuettemh streets from the
south line of Third to the north line of Fouth
avenue, and of Twenty-th'rd street from tbe
south line of '1 hird to the north line of Fourth
avenue, from the south line of Fifth avenue eat
along said Twenty-third street south to a line 510
feet t-outh of anil parallel with the south line of
Ninth avenue." I'nder the above ordinance, tfce
said streets are ordered curbed with curt) stones,
excavated and traded, improved and paved with
pavinx brick of gcod quality
Plans and specifications for said improvement
on tile at the City Clerk's office.
Alt bids must be accompanied with a. certified
check In the sum of 85WI payable to tte orJer of
the treasurer of said city, which shall lieome
forfeited to said city In case the bidder shall fail
to enter into contract with approved sureties tc
execute the work for the plans mentioned In his
bid and according to tbe plans and specifications
In ihe evtnt that tbe contract slia 1 be awarded to
him. Sri?.'! tF.
The right to reject any or all bids or proposals
is hereby expresfly reserved by said city.
A. I). HL ESINtS, CltV Clerk.
Rock Island. 111., June 13. 18).
OK HEAL F.STATE.
By virtue of an order and decree of the county
court, of Hock Islaid county, state or Illinois,
made on the ) etition i f tbe undersigned, James
P, Johnst n. administrator of tbe estate of
Thomas li. O'Oonnell, deceased, at the May
term, A. D., 18v3, of said court, to-wit, on the 3d
day of May, A. li.. 1S93.
Ai d an o. der entered on the 10th day of June,
A. D., 1MS, ordering u readvtrtieing.
I shall on the loth day of July, A. D., 1893,
between the hoors of 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
and 5 o'clock in tbe afternoon of said dsy, sell at
public sale, at tbe north door of the court house,
in the city of Hock Island, in said county, the
real estate described as follows, to-wit:
That certain tract or parcel of land situated In
Ihe northwest quarter () of section number
twenty eight ('&). townsbip number nineteen
(19), north range three (3), east of the Fourth (4)
principal meridian described as follows, begin
ninp 220.8 feet east of the corner of sections 20.
SI, 2S and 2, In the township aforesaid ; tbenee
outh 198 feet, thenre north -6i degrees, east
163 feet, thence north 9 degrees, west 210 feet,
to tbe section hne; thence west on the section
lino 59S feet to the place of beginning.
Situated In the township of Canoe Creek,
conntyof Rock Island. state of Illinois, on the
following terms, to-wit: Oath on delivery of
Dated this 10th day of Jnne, A. D . 1893.
J. R. JOHNSTON.
Administrator of the Estate of Thomas B. O'Don
STATE OK ILLINOIS. I
Kock Islakd Coumtt. 1
In tbe count v coiirtof said county! to the Maj
Term, A. D. 1?93.
James R. Johnston, administrator of the es
tate, of Rcsilie Hartnngel, deceased, vs Kmelie
Koher, Alice Eneel. Theodore Hartnagel, Wil
liam Uartrngel. Arthnr Haitnagel. Edwin Ilari
nagel and Paul llurtnsgel.
Affidavit of non-resilience of said Emel'e Ko
her, Alice Eneel, Theodore Hartnagel. William
Ilartnag. I. Arthur Hnrtnsgul and kdwin liart
nHjrel having been filed in the ottire of the clerk
ot said county court, notice is hereby given to the
said kmelie Koher Alice Engel. TLoodore Hait
nagel. William Hartnagel, Arthur Uartnugel and
Edwin Haitualel, beirs of ihe said Rosalie Hart
nauel. deceased, that the said James K. John
ston. adminiPt ntor of the estate of Rosalie
llartnauel. deceased, filed in the said coun
ty court on the 10ih day of June. A. D , 19;1. his
petition niakii g the said Emelie Koher, Alice
Kneel. 1 heodore Uarlnagcl. William Hart navel,
Ariliar Uannauel. Edwin HarmaKc! tml Paul
llartnueel. defendants, praying for an order di -ret
ting him to sell, for ihe purpose of paying tte
debts of said estate, the following ilescrited real
The norttt twenty (S0 acres of the west half of
the east Half of section nine (9) In township
seventeen (l"l north range two (2) wtst of tne
fourth t4) principal meridian situ ated in the
county of Kock Island, state of Illinois, except
ing therefrom the following described real estate
taken by the United States government for the
building of the Illinois and Michigan canal. Be
ginning ai a point on the half section line forty
two i4.') chains and fifty-seven 57) linns south
of the southwest corner of the southeast quarter
of said section nine (9) and running thence south
sixtv-three (6:)) degrees and forty (40) minntes
eastfS'W cegrees 49 E) thirteen ctalns and
twenty-four liLks i: 24-100 chains) th nee south
fifty-two degrees and fifty-five ru mites east S 5
degrees f5 minutes E) ten chains and firty-r.loe
Inks (10 59-100 ctv.Ins) more or lets to t!ie east
line cf said west half of the cast half of said
sec'ion nine 9) containing between a:d line and
Hock Biver eight and twenty two hundredths 18
2-100) acres more or less
That a summons thereupon be issued out of
said court against the above named defendants
returnable on Ihe 1st day of the term of said
county court, to be held at the court house in
said coanty on ihe first Monday of July. A D-.
193. as is by tbe law required, which suit is now
pending. Now, nn!esa yon appear in said court
on the first day of the August term, thereof to
be held at the court house in the city
of Rock Island. in said county and
state, od the first Monday of Angnst, A. I. 1893,
and plead, answer or demur, to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken aa confessed
asainst yon, and Judgment thereon against you
Dated this 14th day of Jnne, A. D. 1893.
HJALHAR KOHLER, Clerk.
McKhirt McBhibt Solicitors.
House Raising and Moving-
liaising brick buildings especially
Address E. A. ROUNDS,
1516 Seventh Avenue, Box 131.
Your next weeks washino
II n TV m
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I -jj )
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Will look whiter, will be cleaner and will
be done with less Ia.bor if
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
i& used. The. clothes will smell sweete.rar!d
will last longer. SANTA CLAUS 50AP is
pure, it cleans but does not injure t-hc-fabric.
It does rjot roughen or chap the
hands. Millions use. it. Do You.?
N.K. FAIR BANK KCO., Mfr. CHICAGO.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
IKCOKPOKATKD I'SDKH TIIK STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Kock Islani, III.
Upen daily from S a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenliurs from T to 5 o'c'.cick.
j: ivc yvi. uvin luioiosi. aiu uu icpvaiia. xvxuuey luaneu on xer5CT.L' CO1
lautrai r nesu x.siaie security.
P. L. MITCHELL, Prci t. F. C. DENKMANN, Vice Prcs't. J. M . I'.UF K7. f..; f.
P. L. Mitchell, F. C. lienkrrann, John Crahanph, Phil Mitchell, II. P. Hull L -,--K.
V. Hurst, J. M. Buford, John Volk.
Jackson Hdust. Solicitors.
Began business July 8, 190, and ocenpy the southeast comer of Mitchell & LjrUt 's r. w ty;;'1
TeleDoone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
Manufacturer of all ktadeof
BOOTS AND 8FOES
Oent'a Pine Shoes a specialty. Repairing dona neatly and promptly.
A share of yonr patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenn. Rock Island, El
R O. Hudson. M. J. Parkxs.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Eetimati
furnished when desired.
8hop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth st. Rock Island.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AMD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
A' kinds of brass. br nae and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and temj ere iJ
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Sboi jti OrricB At 1811 Hrst siiu.. i n.r Ferry landing. - KOCK ISLAND.
J. MJlGER, Proprietor
UEORKE Si'HAFEK, Proprietor.
1901 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, Opposite Harper's Thi&'.rc.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer c.nd Cigars always on Ha
Free Lunch Every Day
Sandwiches Fumis. ion Srort Nct.tt
ALWAYS I HE CHEAPEST.
Save monev bv buying your Crockery. Hlassware. Cut
lery, Tinwar-. Vf.tdwai and Brushes, at tbe Old and
Reliable 5 ad 10 Cents Store.
StlTSCH'S. 1314 Thirn Av
J. Ma CHRISTY,
UIIQFKTOBEH OF CB1CKEBS HO e
Ask Your Oroccr for Them.
The Christy tstkk" uvd Ctr s:y
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1111 1W3 Faurth arcane. Residence 1119 Fourth .venue.
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