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THE AitGUS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2 , 1893.
PabHhed Daily and Weekly at ItVM Second
Arenas, Rock Island, IlL
J. W. POTTEIt,
Tsbms Daily Sue per month; Weekly ts.OO
per annum; In advance $1 .50.
All communications of a critical or arifuiuenta
tirt character, political or religions, must have
real name attached for publication. No such
a tides will be printed over fictitious signatures.
AQOymous communications not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
i i lock Island counu-. ,
Wkunesdav, Jl-ne 2S, 1893.
Already a bill has been framoel,
anel will bo presented to the next
congress, providing for the estab
lishment of a national board of
health, with headquarters in Wash
ington. Under the bill the board is
to co-operate with state and munici
pal boards of health in the matter of
sanitary improvements, and is to
consist of a representative from each
state and territory. ' A national
board of health is very much needed
in this country, as is a department
of public health.
St. Lot is Kepi blic: There is but
one construction of the Pope's letter
upon the public schools of America.
It is that the church of which he is
the supreme head tinds no antagon
ism in the public school system, and
will encourage a generous support
by Catholics, except when the method
or substance of the teaching has a
religious bias against what the
church has established for itself as
sacredly true. Leo has accepted the
democracy of his age, and "deeply re
spects the institutions through which
the masses of mankind reach freedom
and enlightenment. Americans of
all denominations will view with
. agreeable sensations this evidence of
the Pope's liberal conception of the
relations between the Catholic church
and the institutions of free govern
ment. In response to inquiries concern
ing the length of time required to
seethe World's fair satisfactorily,
the Chicago Dispatch say:
It is impossible to answer this
question dogmatically. The whole
matter depends upon the visitor and
his capacity to observe. A trained
traveler is able almost intuitively to
pick out the points of greatest inter
est, while discarding those things
which have little attraction for him.
Thus lie is enabled to cover a great
deal of sightseeing in a short time.
On the ability to do this hinges the
amount of time required to- sec the
exposition. It may be set down as a
settled fact that no visitor can see
the whole of it. He must discrimi
nate. There are 145 build
ings to be seen. and to
visit all the exhibits on foot re
quires a journey of about 126 miles.
If the visitor devotes one minute to
each oil painting in the tine arts
building he will require 14 days of
1( hours each.
But one can see the fair in a day,
if necessary. A single day will suf
fice to show the visitor the most
marvelous specimens of architecture
in the world and a city . which has
never been duplicated outside of
dreamland. Details must be totally
ignored, however. A person of ordi
nary brightness and strength may
gain a pretty fair general idea of the
exposition in three or four days. If
possible the visit should not be
limited within two weeks. A week
at the fair, however, can never be
Ths Trolley for CttnalH.
The legislature of New York ap
propriated $10,000 to be used in ex
periments to test the practicability
of applying the trolley system to
moving canal boats. It is announced
that tlie superintendent of public
works will" shortly proceed to make
the experiments. The matter is an
interesting one in more places than
in New York. The transportation of
coal, iron ore and other heavy
freights, when time is not important,
demands cheap rates. In many parts
of the country industries are depen
dent upon rates which will enable
them to compete with others more
favorably situated. The amount o(
freighting of a higher or more profit
able class has so greatly increased
within recent vears that manv of the
principal railroads have not suflicient
facilities for the heavy freight at the
low rates -which competition de
mands. If the Baltimore & Ohio
railroad, for instance, would put the
freight on coal at anything like what
it was 25 years ago it would close
every mine in Maryland. If the
tariff on bituminous coal should be
removed or greatly reduced it would
be essential to the prosperity of the
. George's creek region to lind some
cheaper method of transportation to
the seaboard than any now existing.
It is possible that the trolley system
may be the solution of the great
pro'blem. It is true that some prac
tical men declare the scheme chim
erical. They contend that the proper
wav to deal with the Erie canal is to
increase the depth to"nine feet and
use steam. No great improvement
or invention in ' all probability has
.ever ben made that some practical
or scientific man has not declared it
to be impracticable. A few years
ago, before the Great Western made
its pioneer trip, Prof. Silliman, of
Yale college, demonstrated by math
ematical calculation that no vessel
could carry sufficient coal to propel
it across "the Atlantic. Other in
stances of this character will recur
Gov. Flower is decidedly of opinion
that the application of the trolley to
the Erie canal will produce great re
sults. He estimates that it will re
quire $1,000,000 to equip the canal
with the electric system, and that it
will cost from $150 to f 200 to provide
each boat with a dynamo. He esti
mates that it would require a power
house at intervals of SO miles, or 12
in all, and that there is ample water
power to operate them. It now costs
the boatmen, he says, an average of
$2 a day for their motive power, and
he thinks that this can be
reduced by the trolley to
CO cents. He also estimates
that an annual saving of $800,000
would be effected by no longer hav
ing the towpath to keep in repair.
The ' speed of boats, the governor
thinks, can he increased from five to
six miles an hour. In this, however,
he would probably be disappointed,
as any considerable increase of speed
would wash the banks away. Every
thing which can be done with the
trolley on the Erie canal can be done
on the Chesapeake and Ohio. The
length of our canal is about half that
of the Erie, and if Gov. Flower's iig
ures are correct it would take about
$500,000 for the equipment. Water
power is convenient anil abundant,
and a power house at Great Falls
might not only supply the canal with
the required electric current, but a
profit might be made by supplying
Washington. At other points along
the lino of the canal the water which
falls over the dams won't propel the
machinery. In some places, as at
Harper's Ferry, the power is magnificent.
No l.oiifirer Anari'hi,tfl.
What has become of the three men
whom Gov. Altgeld has released
from Jolit't ? What will be the fu
ture course of these liberated 'an
archists?" We tiud these questions
in great part answered by the an
archists" themselves speaking to re
porters of the press on the threshold
of the Joliet penitentiary. Said
Fielden, the ex-preacher and hered
itary reformer, the son of an English
Chartist, who took his boy to lloch
dale to hear John Bright denounce
the rich and plead for the poor:
"I don't intend that any act of
mine shall rellect in any way upon
the men who have so generously in
terested themselves in our behalf. I
have not telegraphed my friends that
I am to arrive in Chicago, and will
carefully see that I take no part in a
congratulatory meeting or festival,
however informal. I just want to
go back quietly and see the members
of my family, who I once thought
would grow up without a father."
And here is Schwab, the mild
faced, spectacled printer:
"Perhaps I should have suffered
some punishment, but I have suffered
enough and all I intend to if I can
help it. I will get off the train
quietly this side of the river, get a
Halsted street car and go home. And
I am going to stay there quietly ti-n-til
I get to work. My leisure time
during the imprisonment I spent in
reading, as they have many good
books in the library, which I had
charge of. I am still an individ ual
ist. with perhaps socialistic tenden
cies; but I don't lx-lieve there are
anv anarchists or that there ever will
Less effusive but equally to the
point, the laconic Neebe:
"You may depend upon it that we
have got ail we want of this busi
ness, and that within a month there
will be no such thing as anarchists,
if there ever were any."
Thus three "reformers" and public
characters rc swallowed up in the
noiseless stream of a work-a.dav
Bogus white lead
would have no
sale did it not
afford makers a larger profit than
Strictly Pure White Lead.
The wise man is never persuaded to
buy paint that is said to be "just as
good " or " better " than
. White Lead
The market is flooded with spurious
white leads. The following analyses,
made by eminent chemists, of two of
these misleading brands show the
exact proportion of genuine white lead
they contain :
"Standard Lead Co. Strictly Pure White
Lead. St. Louis."
Materials 1-roportions Analyzed by
Rarytes C!.3rt per cent. Eegis I'liauvcnct
Oxide of Zinc 31.18 per cent. & Bro.,
White Lead 6.4! per cent. St. Louis.
Less than 7 per cent, white lead.
" Pacific Warranted Pure A White Lead."
Materials Proportions Analyzed by
Sulphate of Lead 4.18 per cent. Ledonx S; Co.,
Oxide of Zinc 45.04 per cent. New York,
bury tee 60.08 er cent.
No white lead in it.
You can avoid bogus lead by pur
chasing any of the following brands.
They are manufactured by the ' Old
Dutch" process, and are the standards:
" Collier "
For tale by the most reliable dealer in
If you are going to paint, it will pay you
to send to ua Tor book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar; it will
pnly coat you a postal card to do ao.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, New York
State and Fifteenth Streets.
OUT OF TOWN.
Remarkable Success by Physicians
of Scott Medical Institute.
Their Prescriptions Are Xot "Mis
fits" They Have no "Free
The citizens of Davenport, Hock
Island, Moline and vicinity have
learned many things regarding the
successful practice of medicine
through the physicians of the Scott
Medical Institute. The physicians
take special pleasure and gratifica
tion in the knowledge that two im
portant facts have become so deeply
rooted in this community that is
professionally they are beyond as
sault or reproach and that when they
say "cure" it means C-U-K-E and not
simply a benefit or relief for a few
K. A. H.KlINi,
;il Seventh Street, Muscatine. Iowa.
Mr. E. A. Harding can sum his tes
timony up to occupy but one word
and it" is spelled OU-K-E-D.
I thought I would never be cured
as I have had catarrh for ; years. I
hail pain over the eyes 41 nd back of
the head ami my head and nose
would till up so i had to breathe
through my mouth. Tbe mucous
would drop into the back of my
throat and caused stomach trouble.
I had a very bad odor from my nose
ami throat and my bronchial tubes
became Tilled up and sore.
"Mv voice got very husky and I
was tired and languid all the time.
My eyes became so bad I could scarce
ly" read, my headache was almost un
endurable." I am now well and nev
er felt better in my life. Xo head
ache, no cough, no more breathing
through my mouth, no soreness
through the lungs, which used to be
very severe. 1 know that 1 am
l)r. Wilson wishes to state here
that no case will be accepted for
treatment where a complete cure can
not be given.
5 A" MONTH!
All patients will be treated until
cured for !?" per month. This in
cludes consultation, examination,
treatment and medicine for all pa
tients and for all diseases.
221 Iirady street, Davenport, la.
Ovf.k American Exritr.ss Co.
SPECI A LTI ES : Cat arrh . Eve.
Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Nervous
Diseases, Skin Diseases, Chronic Dis
eases. OFFICE HOUUS: 9 to 11 a. m.. 2
to 4 p. m.. 7 to 8 p. m.
On Sundays the office will be open
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
PKCIAL ISSESSMKfT NoTICfC
Notice is hereby piven toall persons interested,
that 1 lie ci' y council of the city of Rock Island
hain ordered that: Certain strips of ground,
near the ce ter of Seventeenth aad Nineteenth
streets from the sonth line of 1 hird to the north
line of Fonrth avci ne re spectivcly, row occu
py d hy the Davenport & Kock Island Railway
company with its tracks, curves and other itrne
tnrcs, nrd app'iancca for the passage of
It motors aril cars, be excavate d and
prnded, im'Tov5T and paved. have np
p led to tbe county court of Vock Island cotiniy,
in the stat of Illinois, for an assessment of the
co.-ts of i-aid i.Tproveinet.t accoid'tiRto benefit";
ar.d, an assessment thereof hivinfr been n ade'
and returned to said court, the final hearing
tbercon will bo had nt tho July tetm f tail
court, cottmencing on the li:b daj of Julv. A. 1.
All pernors desirinp rony then aid there ap
pear and nui Ice their defense.
Dated at Kock I s'.and, Illinois, this 27th day of
June A. D. 1HKJ.
SfECEB Matt ikon,
( IIAIILIS B. CASK.
gpjtciAL Taxation Notick
Notice is hereby given 1o all persons interested
that tbe city council of the citv or Kock Island
tin vine rd creel thit Sevei.teentb street and Nit e
tcenth street from tbe south line of Third lo tie
north line of Fonrth averues. aim Twenty-third
street from south line of Third to the north line
of Fonrth averues. and also from tl e toutn line
of Fifth avenue east to the south 1 ne of Fif .h
avenue wes". thence south along said Tweatv
thlrd stn et to a line R10 feet south of and parallel
ith the sonth line ct Ninth avenue be curDed
with curbstones excavated and graded,, im
proved and paved.
Said ordinance for said improvement is on file
in the office of tbe city clerk of said city, ami said
city has applied to the county conrt of Bock Isl
ard county, Illinois for an assessment and levy of
the costs of said improvement upon and from the
lota and parts of lota at d tracts of land contiguous
to tbe line of said improvement In aaid ordinance
ordered to be constructed in proportion to the
frontage, of such lots, parts of lots, and tracts of
land npon tbe improvement so ordered to be
conatructei as aforesaid; and an assessment
thereof having been made and returned lo aaid
conn, the final hearing thereon will be had at the
Jnly term of said court, commencing on the
tenth day of July. A. D. 18!)S
All persons desiring may teen and there appear
and make their defense.
Dated at Kock Islamt, Illinois, this Twenty
seventh day of Jnne. A. D. 1893.
William Ic.'of.ocutE. 1
Ffkhceb Mattiboh. V Commissioners.
Ciiablk JT. Case. )
j grl WHIFF'S SALE.
1 By virtue of a special execution and fee bill No
! MQ ld.n.jAnnrih.KL,lr. - 11 -.. ..f On.
court of Rock Island connty, and tate of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain lodgment recently
obtained arainst Henry Itinera in luvor of
Rudolph rriester, out of the lands, tenement,
eoods and chattels of the said defendant. Hen
ry Ehlcr.", I have levied npon the following
Part eif lot twent. -two (221, section fonr (4)
towr.t-bi j s.-vente-en (17). noilh rat ie one (1)
west of the Foiittlt principal meridian, situated
in the conn y of Kock Island and the fta'eof Ill
inois, as shown by tbe at-scsor's plat or ldlil. and
containing six 5) acres, more o lee.
Therefore, according to eaiit command 1 shallex
lose for sale at public auction all the riihr. title
and inrerest of the above named, Henry
fc hlum. in and to the rbove described property,on
Thursday. the ith day of Jnnr.lSM.at SSo'clo k p.
m , at the north door of the conn liou'e in the
city of Kock Island, in th connty of Hock Island
anil state of Illinois, for cash in timid, to satisfy
said execution and fve bill.
D.ilud at Kock Island this 7th day 1 f June, A.
C D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Illinois.
JjoiIOE TO OONTRACTOH?,
Sealed proposals will be received at the City1
Clcrk'i ofllce, Kork Island, 111., until Monday,
Jmy 3, 1S93 at 5 o'cloc k p m.. for c nsiructing
ihe improvement ordered by an o ilinnnce of
of the city of Koi.k Island, pa'se t Jure T. lS'-Kl,
entitled 'An ord'tinnce for the improvement of
Sevetcenth an t Mnet. enth streets from the
soiuh line of Third to the north lin of Fomh
avenue, and of Twent y-th rd street treim the
south line of bird to th nor;h line of Fourth
avenue, from the sontn line of Fifth avenue east
along saiel Twenly-tl.ird street south te a line 510
feet routh of anil parallel with the son h line of
Ninth avenue." I nder the above orelin-nce, tte
said stretts are ordered curbed with cuib stones,
excavated and rniled, improved and pived with
paving brick of groel quali'y
Finns and specifications lor said improvement
on fl'e at the City Clerk's office.
All bids most ne accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of 500 payable to Ifie or ier of
the treasurer of said citv, "which shall bee .me
forfeited to said city in ciise the bidder shall fail
to enter lnte contract with appr ved sureties tc
erecute the work for the nlans nioiitoiied in hij
bid and accord it:? to the plans aiid pp eirlcition?
in the event that the cont act sua 1 te awarded to
The r'ght ti reject any or alilrcls or proposals
is hereby expres-Iy reserved hv snid city.
A. I). Ill KSIMJ.Cltv Clerk.
Kork Island, 111., Jtiti 13. 1S33.
A 1M INIsTil ATO H'S V AIK
eK KF.AT. K 'TATE.
Bv virtno of an onlrr and U nee of the comity
court, of Hotk isl.'etd e-onr.ty, slate of UUnoU,
made.-on the I elitietn f the niiile-rslimed, Jams
', Johnston, administrator of tbe estate of
Tiioks B. eV Don m-11, deceased, at the May
term, A. l.,ls:'3. of saiel court, lo-wlt, on ihe 3d
el iv of May, A.D., 1S03.
At i an o der en ered on the IO1I1 l iy of June.
A. O., 1't.J, ordi ring 11 reaeiv rlising
I shall on the loth eiav of ;-lv, A. D-. 103,
betwee n the ho irs of lOo'clcc in the forenoon,
and ."1 o". luck in the alternvon i f said el y, sell at
public sale. a the nurtheioor or the curt house,
in th -city of Kick 1-l.ind. in saiel county, the
re al esiite desei il'ed as fo l,w to-wit :
That certain trrt e p irci I of lane! siuiareil in
the noitnwcst (iiarle-r c H) of se-cti n rumber
twei.tv eipr t (-), township nnmtie-r ninetee-n
!'.li, ti-rth rnii-e il ree i3), ru-t of the Fnnnh(4
principa' meridian e:e.si rilied as follows, begin
ninr iil.H feet ea-t of the corner eif se ttens 40.
21, is and ill tics township t :iesiiid ; tliene?e
.outh I'.tS tee t. the:ii-e north decrees, cast
KiS feet thenci north 2014 dei;re.s, vees: 2m feet,
to the section 1-ne; thence wert en the section
line 50S; feel to tho place ef r.egt'.nlng.
iMttlated In the township of Cii" oe Creek,
roiiniv ef Hock Ilinl, -iat cf ll iiij'S on the
following terms, to-w t; Cash em delivery of
Pntcd this 10th day of June. A. I) . 1893. "
.1. R. JeIINSTON.
Administrator of tne Estute orThomns B. O'Uon
gl'KCIAL TAXATION N TICK
Notii e is hereby given to a'l persons interested,
that ihe Citv Council of the city or Hock Island
ha ing ore'.cre el that i-Uewalks be onstructeei in
that t urt of said city known and eiesignated as
the Tliirel warel. on the fallowing named streets
therein, to-wit : Third avenue. Fonrth avenue,
fixlh avenue, Seveath avenue. Twelfth street,
Thi teenth street. Fourteenth street. Fourteenth
and one-half street, F.fteenth street, sixteenth
street, and eventeenlh street, and that
said ordinal cc for said improvement, is on flic
in the oftire o" Ihe City c lerk of said citv. ami
saiel city has applied to the county court of Kork
Island county. Illinois, for an assessniet.t and
lvy of tbe cost of sai l improvement upon and
from the lot' anil parts of levts and tracts of land
contiguous to tbe line of said improvement in
said ordinance ordered to be constructed, in pro
potticn to the frontage of such lots, parts of leits;
a: d tracts ef land opon the improvement so or
dered to be consrucied a aforesa el; anei an as
sessment thereof having been made and returned
to said e-oii't, the final hearing thereon will be
had at the July term of said court, common ing
on the 10th day e f Jnly, A. D., If.H.
All persons de siring may then anil there ap
pear anel make the ir defense.
Dated at nrk Island, Illinois, thin 20th diy of
June', A. D., ISttt.
V. M. BLAvniKd,
Wn.ToN ;. Mills,
8T ATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Keee K Ist-AKIi COUNTY 1 '
In the coumy court e' saiel county 10 the Maj
Term, A. l. Is'.W.
"James K. Johnston, aelministtntor of the es
tate of lii-silte- Hartna-jel, ebveise.i. vs Etnelie
Kobcr. Alic- En :e l. The oilorc H.irtn igel, Wil
liam Hart'irW. Arthur Hartnaicl. Eel win Hart
nairel and l'nul llnrtnagel.
Allidavit of 11011 residence of saiel Eniel'e Ko
bcr, Alice Eneel, Ihewioio Hnrtnagel. Willi 111
Ilnrtnug I. Arthur Hartnrgvl and telwin l-art-nngel
ha Ing been filed in the olhce of the e'.erk
f t said ceiuntv cexirt. rotic is he reby eiven to the
said ameli-e Koher Alice Enir-1. Ti eoelore llart
nagel. William llartnugel, Anhur Uartnagel aril
Edwin Haitna el, beirs of the sa d Keisulie llart
ntael, elece-ne el, that tbe sii'd .lames K. John
ston, nelminist ntor of the estate of Kosilie
Hnrtnasel, elccens-el, flle-d in the saiel coun
ty court on the 10th elny of June. A. 1 , 1S03. his
petition makirg the said Emelie Kobe'-, Alice
Enecl, 'I he-oelore Uartnagel, Wi.Ua 1. llar'n u-ol,
Arthur Ilarnagel. Edwin HarmaKcl ami Paul
linrtiineel. delcndants, praviinr for an order ell
ree ting him 10 se:l. fi r ilie pnrpo-c of paying tr.e
elelets of said estate. 111? following eiescriteJ real
The nort i twenty !; seres ef the west half of
the east naif of section nine ill) 1 i township
seventeen O' north r.nge two (il west of tne
fourth (41 principal meridian siinatoii in the
county of Kork island, state of I llinois, exc.pt
ing thTe-from the following de-seribeel real estate
taken by the I'liiti'il States gov. raincnt for the
building of the Illinois and Michigan canal. He
gi::nirg a' a point on the half si.ciien Hue ferty
two (4-) chni.is and fifty-seven ,57) links sonth
of the southwest cor-'crof the southeast qnarter
of said see-lion nine (9) and running t'.eiice ninth
sixty-three (!!:" elegrees and foity 40 minutes
eiisi ( ti t;3 r.egrees !! E) thirteen c: air.-e and
twenty-four licks 13 21-100 chains) th nee sotith
fifty-two degrees and tifty-five m nutes east S 5i
deigrers r minutes E) t in chains and fifty-nine
I nks (10 fi'J-UiO ch'.ins) more or less to tiic cast
line of faid west half of the east ba!f of said
sec'ion nine 1!)) containing between t-n'd line and
Koct bivcr eight and twenty two hundredths (S
ifcl-100) acres more or less
That a summons thereupon be Issued out of
said court acainst tbe above named defendants
returnable en the let day of tbe t -rm of said
county court, to be held at the court house In
rain connty on the first Monday of July, A. D-,
1M11.1. as is by tbe taw required, which suit is now
pending. Row, nn ess 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 Kock Island. m said conn'y and
state, on the first Monday of August, A. 1. 18W3,
and plead, answer or demnr, to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken aa confessed
aeatnst yon, and judgment therein against you
Dated this 14ih day of June, A. D. 1893.
UJALMAK KOULKR, Clerk.
HcEnirt McEmibt fohcitors.
re on A'rrv,
, Insane Persons Restore.
Dr.KLINE S GREAT
J ft Dune & Nauva Disfasms. Onytuf
fiV-S Ikhalliuji if taken M directed. A
first day's Mte. Treatise and gs trial bottle free to
f-a Fit patients, they pavinff exprechaciresonbox when
XJ tv-rcivd. Send narrtf-s, J. O- and exiwe mdilress ot
-wt nn Ki.iNri.oTi Af-h se..r.ttlad"lDhta.la.
4 -Ad- JPUryfH
Me jzdzfaSfrt. Wade, 4f
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Alen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
ixfxmroKATEH rxiiEii tiik statk ..w.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Hock Isi.axp, III.
, (Jpen daily from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.. anil Saturday evcnin-s from 7 to c-!
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned, on rere-na'. e'.).
lateral or Heal Estate security,
P. L. MITCHELL, Pres t. P. C. DKSKMASS, Vice Prcs t. .1. M . I;ITM. 1 -
P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Kenkrrnr.n. John Crnbiusrh. I'hil Mitrhe-'l. II. p. M-i! I.
K. W. Hurst, .T. M. ISuford, John Voik.
Jackson efc HfiisT, Si lieitors.
Began business July 8, 1MM, and occupy the sontheast corner of Mitchell 'i Lyr.Ov's r 1 w ! -v.'. '. '
Telecaone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
Manufacturer cf ail kinds or
BOOTS AND HBOE8 -
Oent'e F!ne Shoes a specialty. Rcns.rlnenone neatly and prompi y.
A share of yonr patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Averm. Rork I.rdi'., I I
R 1. Hudson. M. J. Parkkr.
HUDSON efc PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attt-iutetS 10 Epnicat
furs-iished when desired.
Sliop cor. Fire r ave. iri --vKiiTr'e-nth t Hock telaini
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AKD ARCHITECTURAL IRO WORK.
Al' kinds of brass, nrense and aluminum hronnc cas:i:ip, all esde? anrt te opere Ml
a specialty of brass metal pattern and article wot.
Snor kd OmcE At 1M1 Mret aii'e-. i r Kt-irr ari'i:i l-. - i:t(K lIA"P.
.1. M;(tKI. Proprieror:
Opera JEd jl& - :alooii
UFOIUiK M lfaFLK, Propric or.
1801 Second Avenne, Corner of Mxn , nth street. 0;t ci:e Fan er's Theatre .
The choicest Wine. Liauors. Ben ,rd Ciga s atwavs on Hsr
I'rceLnncb Kvetr Day -.ndwic!;es F-.-v- or. Mot n:
ristablishcd 1680 18I3.
ALWAY )HH CHEAPEST.
Save monev bv buvirtr yrr Crcrkerj . '- 'nt- HT 0.
lery, Tinwar-. Wocdwait- ;i''' iirubht-s. ir i.e?()!d m '
Reliable 5 10 Cents IStor-
.J. m. CHRISTY,
U1IDFACT0RE6 CF CHIMBS l.D
JLCdlU Ask onr eeroriT for Tbe m.
They are B''s.
rrarter Rcslrrxr .jbcultiks:
ricK,cr DaKery,- Tb(, (hriMV and cb.y
C. J. W. SCHREIWER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1133 Fonrth avenue. " Residence 1119 renrth ayenne.
Flans and specifications famished on all classes o work; aleo spent for;WUlcr 1 aient,'
S'ldine; Bl'.nds.something nw, stylish and t"eirble.