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THE A KG US, THURSDAY', JULY 27, 1893.
Pm bushed Daily ud Weekly at 1?4 Second
Avenue, Bock Island, 111.
J. W. Potter,
Tt Dally ftuc per month; wmhit tl.UO
AH COBBSaaUmtiatl. at itMmI
Hv character, political or religions, maat aire
rw ubi iiuctM for publication. Mo tack
name will DC printed over flctuiooa .Ifnatares.
Aoonaona eomnrnTi1rilrT, hHi
Correepotideiiee solicited from every towublr
I a Kock l.lAtiH MT.r
Ihcksday, Jclt 27, 1S93.
The wheat area of Inlia is esti-
mate.l at 27,000.000 acres.
T . . . 7. .
i iiii-Ai'M.riii a 19 i nt nrsi citv in
the world to equip its police with
The Westing house company has
laid off 400 men at Newark, and there
are rumors that the plant will te re.
moved to Pittsburjr.
Bkother," savs a Georgia editor
don't stop your paper just because
you ion t aree with the editor. The
last cabbage you sent us didn't agree
with us, either, but we didn't drop
you from our subscription list on
mat account. '
The west is no longer an Kldora-
do. The closing of the mines ha
flooded the country with men looking
lor employment. Harvest hands
ought to be plentiful ami the farmers
can get their huge crop of corn taken
care of for little money.
QriNCV Herald The last republi
can secretary of the treasury is a
bankrupt and his co-associate, the
treasurer of the United States at that
time, has gone to the wall. The
Harrison administration is a failure
along with the rest and now the agile
explainers of the time are throwing
all the burden upon the Cleveland
administration. They stand con
victed out of their own mouths.
They admit they have been dodgin?
for some seasons.
Frank S. Beedleson, the one
legged bicyclist, who left San Fran
cisco May 15 to ride across the con
tinent on a safety bicycle, reached
the City Hall park in" New York at
7:45 o'clock one week ago this even
ing, having consumed CG days, 9
hours and 45 minutes in makin the
trip, and making a new record.
Beedleson finished in excellent
health. The time made by Beedle
son lowers Nelson's record by 20
days, and the time made by Thomas
Stevens in 183, by 37 days. The
perilous ride, which was accom
plished without a mishap, was all
the more remarkable from the fact
that Beedleson had his left leg ampu
tated just below the hip 11 years ago.
A party of members of the Riverside
wheelmen met the tourist at Yonkers
in the afternoon, where he arrived at
2 o'clock, and accompanied him to
The War In Slam.
Siam having refused to comply
with the terms of the French ultima
tum, the latter have ordered a
blockade of the Siamese coast, in
accordance with instructions from
Paris, the French minister at Bang
kok lowered the flag over his office
and notified the Siamese government
that he would go aboard the French
war ship Inconstante. There has
been no formal declaration of war,
but these events are equivalent to it;
and that they are so construed by
both sides is evinced by the fact that
Franci; proposes to seize and hold
certain towns and territory, while
Siam is preparing to sink French war
vessels. England has large commer
cial interests in Siam, and the cir
cumstance makes her abstention from
interference remarkable. She has
probably decided that she can best
protect British interests by not in
terfering, for if she should meddle
Uussia would be likely to come to the
aid of France, and in this event Brit
ish possession of India would be less
secure. The French explanation of
the trouble is that Siam violated its
treaty agreement in prohibiting
French gunboats from entering cer
tain rivers and gave further offense
by refusing satisfaction for the mur
der of a French official and by aggres
sions against French ships and sail
or on the Mcnam river. The real
cause, as one paper puts it, is
France's greed of territory.
The President's Tollcy.
The New York World has the fol
lowing: The World is enabled today to an
nounce authoritatively the immediate
policy of President Cleyeland and his
administration in regard to the ap-
Sroaching special session of congress,
riefly it will be as follows:
First Silver reform by the abso
lute and unqualified repeal of the
Second Tariff reform to be prose
cuted in accordance with the pledges
of the party as soon as, but not be
fore, tho finances of the country are
again njxm a stable basis.
This policy does not mean pot
poneme tt of tariff reform, bnt the
accomplishment of that reform in a
reasonable, logical, and conservative
fashion. It is a policy based upon
the broid view that includes the
financia , commercial, manufactur
ing, and general business interest of
the cni try as one great whole, suf
fering fioni various ailments, each of
which ir ust be treated with regard
to its re ation to the others. Of two
ailmenti, one chronic and the other
acute, it is the latter that must be
treated lirst. Dr. Cleveland does not
believe in giving a patient medicine
for his dyspepsia when he is dying
of typh id fever. When the "Au
gean sta )les are burning it is the fire
department and not Hercules that is
The murvelous story of the "Dark
oundlin?," befriended bv thp
father of Hugh Bronte (who was the
granoiatiier or the novelists) the ruin
ne loum nng Drought to the Brontes,
lis revencreful kidnannino- of lTmri,
Bronte, v hen 6 years old. the horri
ble slavery for "nine years, during
which the cantive evivrieneeil "pruri
tics which formed material for the
'tory "Jane Kvre," just as the earlier
niainies oi me iiark lonm nir
furnish material for 'W lit herin-T
Heights;" the escape of Hugh Bronte""
ui onui run escapades ana meeting
wun me oeauinui Alice Mciilory,
who become the grandmother to the
novelists: all these are tol.l in ln
Chi re s for August.
The July New England Magazine
a ongni summery number, the
rerv thin-' to while awav the te.i;
orrailroaii travel or to complete the
u.ur oi recreation at the seashore
r in the mountains. The editurs
have put it tosrether with d lie rfi-rnr.l
to the season, and it is one ofthe
esr oi micsummer magazines. There
s more fiction than usual, nn.l it ic
of the highest quality, and deals with
. . , i i i -
uuiini-Kuej eu suoiecis. Anion"1 the
contributors are Rev. Julius It
Ward writ ng on the White moun
tains: Pric Collier on "A Frontier
Array To -it:' Henrv Lambert rn
Forest and Forestry:" Walter Rlr-t--
burn Hartc on "The Common tii
Human in Literature;" Oscar Fay
.1 .. . , T . 1 1' . . -
Auaius --ii. me footsteps oi Jane
Austen," a descriotion of the hnm
and haunts- of the author of "Pride
and Prejudice" and "Northanger Ab
bey;" and Zitella Cocke "The Mock-
The comnlete novel in the A ii mi at
number of Lippincott's is "In ""the
Midst of Alarms," by Robert Barr
(Luke Sharp). It is a tale of the Fe
nian invasion of Canada in 1S71
The sixth ia series of Lippincott's
notable sto-ics is "Jane's HnliHoT- "
by Valerie Hays Berry. It is illus
trated. In "The Lady of the Lake,"
Julian Hawthorne describes some of
the statuarv and ortier attractions of
the Columbian exposition. The ath
letic series is continued in an article
on "The Nttional Game," by Norton
B. Young. It is accomnanied bv
portraits of several leading plavers.
--iiuury jayior, nis nome ana f am
ily, is by tie president's grandniece
Mrs. Annah Robinson Watson. Tt
corrects certain popular errors (as
that concert. ing the first marriage of
Jefferson Duvis) and gives much in
teresting it formation about one of
the least kt own of our great men.
This article is illustrated, as is an
other valuable biographical paper,
"A Philadelnhia Sculptor," (William
ixusu; ny t.. resile ijiiiiams. W.H.
Babeoek di-icuss'es "Sunermiindnn
Fiction," anl M. Crofton, in "Men of
the Day," presents brief sketches of
Sir J. E. Millais. Sir Arthur Snllimn
General Dial., and Philip 1). Armour.
The poetry f f the number is by Clara
Jessup Moore, Howard Hall "and M.
II. V J.
Worthington's Illustrated Mnra.
zine for August onens with the senmil
of interesting papers entitled, "Ran-
nom ioies on Hawaiian Life," writ
ten by C. T. Rodgers. M. I)., a prom
inent physician, now and for many
years a resident of Honolulu. The
article treats of the native feasts: of
Honolulu's liicturesone bnrk
with a description of the Pali and
the superb v ew from its summit; of
beautiful Waikiki. "the Long
Branch of Honolulu;" of the fern and
shell and wild animal hunting of
Hiwaiian vc uths. and furnish n
very graphic: account of life and work
upon ine rrcat sugar plantations,
from the plai ting of the "rain to the
granulating ..f the sugar. The third
paper win i real or Aiauna Loa with
its lonely ci ater dome rising nearly
14,000 feet, and of Kilauea, "the
volcano," where nature's tires are
never extinguished. The illustra
tions from tpecial photographs are
noticeable for their beauty and ar
tistic reprod iction. adding greatly
to the enjoyment- and value of the
article. Air?. Livermore's ei-hth
paper of personal experience, "In
Ole Virginnv.' Fifty Years Am
like all the "ethers, vivid in its pr-
irayai oi ianuiy ine upon a remote
plantation. From first to last this
record is full of interest and will
amply repay the reading of old and
young in all classes of society.
Scribner's Magazine for August is,
as usual, a fiction number, contain
ing six shori stories, five of them
illustrated, and installments of two
short serials by Robert Grant and
Harold Frederic. . This idea of a fic
tion number was first realized in
Midsummer, 1889, and it has proved
one of the most popular features of
the magazine. In it have appeared
an unusual l umber of short stories
which have l ecome famous, several
of them having been the beginning
of the national reputation of well
known authors. This year the writ
ers of short stories represented are:
Thomas Bailey Aldrich, H. C. Bun-
ner, Sarah Orne Jewett. Howard
Pyle, W. H. Shelton and Grace Ellerv
Channing. The artists who illn
trate the fiction of this number are
equally skillful, including Marchetti.
Howard Pyle, C. S. Reinhart, Irving
K. lies, W. T. Smedlev and W. L.
Metcalf. The readers of ithi number
will be especially pleased with the
nurnorous element which preaomi
nates in the stories of Miss Jewett,
Mr. Bunner, Mr. Grant and Mr.
Shelton. A vein of refined and deli
cate sentiment is conspicuous in Mr
Aldrich's storv. "Her lvinr Words '
and in Miss Channing's pathetic tale
oi r.iruna, "ine House on the Hill
People entertaining at their conn
try homes will welcome with delight
the full and accurate description of
me receiving ana entertaining of a
houseful of guests which Mrs. Bur
ton Kmgsland gives in a practical ar
ticle on "Entertaining in the Coun
try," in the August Ladies' Home
Journal. The magazine is made still
further interesting because of the
publication of the music and words
oi ine oeauinui song "My Star, by
Kate Llewelling Fitch one of the
famous Journal prize compositions
for the encouragement of American
musical composition. A full page
poem by Madeline S. Bridges, illus
trated by Frank O. Small, entitled
"The Docks at Night," is followed bv
an illustrated sketch of "A Niece of
Robert Burns." the only near sur
viving relative- of the" poet. Mrs.
Hamilton Mott contributes a valua
ble article on "Sending a Girl to
Boarding School." replete with in
formation on every point connected
with boarding school life. Ymmwr
mothers will find Dr. Powell's timely
article on "Children at the Seashore,"
ami MlSS Scovil S on "Children in
he Country," full of seasonable and
useful suggestions on the care of
heir little ones during the summer
outing. Children of a larger growth
are remembered in a daintily illus-
rated page entitled "Dres'sin"-
rowing Girl." But these are onlv
a few of the interesting articles with
which the number abounds.
A Romance in a Hntanell.
She went to a ball; ware too thin clothing;
canght cold; was very ill for many daya: a de
voted admirer brought a remedy, when ber life
seemed to banghy a thread; she took it; recover
ed ; and, finally married the man who had saved
her life. And the remedy he brought ber was Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which U a
certain cure for all throat and lung diseases and
scrofulous complaints, of which consumption is
Fits All fits stormed free bv Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and 2 trial bot
tie free to fit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street. Philadelphia
Pa For 6ale by all druggists; call
Re Human Electrical Forces!
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the hnmm botlr, r.i
tl. . nerve fluid may be termed, 1 i an espe
cially attractive department of science, as
exert-s so marked an influence on the lie;: ; h
of the organs of the body. Nerve for. t- is
prouui-ea oy ine Dram ana cotiveyi-d ;-y
means of the nerves to the various orcans of
the body, thus supplying the latter with the
viiamy necessary to in
sure their health. The
pneumozastric nerve, as
shown here, may lie said
to lie the most immirtant
of the e.i lire nerve ays
tern, as it supplies the
heart, lun;s, stomach,
bowels, etr:., with the
nerve force necessary to
Keep mem active ana
healthy. As will te seen
liy the cut the Ions; nerve
ciL-M-tiKiinst from the
base of the brain and
termiiiatine in the bow
els isthe pneumozastrlc.
line ine numerous lit-,
tie branches supply the
iii-.Lii, iuiiks aim sioin-i
ai-h with nocessftrv vi
tality. When the brain
w .nines in any way dis
ordered by irritability
or exhaustion, the nerve
force which it supplies
is les-eneu, ana ine or-
euns recei vmj? the di
minished suiml v are ron-
: imnortan'-e of this
-uan iietf instead nf th rmiuinl tha -.., i.io
r he noted specialist. Franklin Wiles, M. I)..
., uu- iiiven ine creater Dart or his life
fall to recnznlzn.
fact, but. treat, the
the study of this subject, and the principal
nr. Miles Kestorat.ivn Nervl
vuit'd lr;iin and nerve food, knwnniviinn t i.u
principle, that all nervous and many other
ui Ii -nlries originate from disorders of th
no: veceiiters. Its wonderful success In curiti"
t te- disorders is teslitied to by thousauas ia
cM-ry pait of the land.
iM'-.onitive ervine cures sleoplesstie-;-i:-i
vous prostration, dizziness, hysteria. e
ii.u ii Mjuiiy, m. itus dance, epilepsy, etc. i
is free. iro:n opiates or dangerous druss. I
t - :-'.'J on a nrisit i vr ffii!irnt tiv uii ,!,..
L'.,'- r sent direct by the Dr. Miles MeillcTil
o.. r.iKiuirx. itiu., on receipt or price, SI pur
r-ott.iH six bottles for ii express tireoald
A' HEN YOU V itS IT
11 IBLJ'S FAIR
Do not lorgt to see the ex
hibit of th General Elec
tric Company in the Elec
tricity Building, tte Intra
mural Railway equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's apparatus, the Elec
tric Launched equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's motors, and the Gen
eral Electric company's Arc
Lighting Plant and Power
Generators in Machinery
I JOTICE TO 0ONTRA0TOK8.
Sealed proposals will be received at tbe city
cie.- s omce. hock uiana, ins, antu s o'clock
p. m., Angnst 7, 1893, for replanting bridge at
Milan, us.. commonly Known ae onage Io. X.
Bpeclflotion can be eeen at tbe city clerk
The city ret rvea the right to reject any or all
Did. By order of ttie city c- nnctu
Rock island. 111., July i. 1893.
A. 1. IKE8IKG, City Clerk,
In tbe matter of (las R. Bnglin debtor.
The nndersigned hereby gives notice that tint
R. Knclln, dolnrVislnras in tbe city of Rock Isl
and, in the county of Kock bland, and ttate of
lllincledldon the Wtn day or June A. I. 1893.
transfer to tbe andemgned as assignee, all his nroo-
e ty for tbe benefit of his creditor, aeeonling to
ine provisions oi ine atl concerning aveignmebts.
All persons having claim againet said Gas R.
Englin are hereby notified to present such cbims
under oath or affirmation, to me at Hock Island
in said county and stale witbln thiee months
irom tnts aate.
Dated this 30th day of June lt
J. H. CLELAKD, Assignee.
In the Circuit Court, in Chsnccry .
Sent, term A. 1).. ls3.
Home Building and I-on aseoc ation of Rock
UUnd vs. Barry r"ii"cher.
Affidavit of non-reefdence of Ilany Fischer
tbe above dtfcndar.t. having betn filed in the
clerk' office or the circuit court, notice ' fcerehy
given to the said non-resident defendant that the
complainant riled Dm li:i oi complaint in ra:d
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
1 wenty-flrtt day of July, 18M3. and that thereupon
a BiiiuimMia issuta uui ui eaiu cuurx. wnerein saiu
tail is now pending, returnable on the fln-t Mon
day :n the motth of SepteniOer neit, as is by
law required, now. unie a yon, tne saia non
resident defendant abeve named, llarrr Flcher.
shall pervoually be and appear before said circuit
court on the fint day of the next term thereof, to
oe no. oct ai hock isiana in ana tor the said
county, on tte first Monday in Bentemher next.
ar.d pli ad, answer or demur to the raid com
plainant s bill oi complaint, the same and the
matters and things therein charged and Mi d
v, ill- be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
againsi yon according to the prajer of said bill.
CEUKtiE . CiAw BLE, Clerk.
Rk Island. Illinois. July 21.1893.
Jackson & tliBsr,
Sol citors for Complainant.
OUCE IN ATTACHMENT.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Islahu c- cnty. f
Circuit cenrtof Rock Inland conntv. S,-i.l,.n.rwr
icnii, a . u. it.h.
Tbe People's National Bank of Kiirk TUtH ill
.. ... . . . . .
vs u. v . .Tioerer. in auacumem.
Public notice is hercbv given to tbe said P. W
Moaber that a writ of aiiachment issued ont of
tne omcc oi tnecierk or tbe (ircint conn of Rock
island county, dated the -itith dav cf Mav. A
D. at the snit of the said People's National
duik sbu Ksiiiri me rsiaie oi mi sain IT v
Mosberfortbe sum of Tn Thousand flrt.nl (kit
dollars, directed to the sheriff of said Rock Island
comity, woxn said writ bas been returned eve
Now. therefore, unless von. the aiid ft. W
Movber. shall personally be and appear before th
saiu circuit coiir,. oi kock isiana cousty on tbe
first day of tbe next term thereof, to be holilcn i
the coart bouse in the city of Kock It-land, in said
county, on tbe 4th dy of September, A. D. 1S9:J,
give special bail and plead to tbe said plaintiff's
action, judgment will be entered against yon, and
in favor of the said People's National Bank, and
so much of tbe roperty attached as may be snf-
ucieni w saiiMy tue said judgment and costs, will
oe aoia 10 saiisiy ine same.
UK'lKUK w. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jas. L. Bun, Plaintiff's Attorney.
JnneSS. A. D. lSKtt.
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will le received at the Tit v
Clerk's office. Kock Maud. 111., nntil Mondav.
Ang. 7, 1W at 5 o'clock p m.. for constructing
the improvement ordered by an ordinance of
oi tne city oi Ko.-k island, passed June 7.1693.
entitled An ordinance for the improvement of
ecenieenm una metfemn streeis from the
south line of Third to the north lima of Fouth
avennc. and of Twenty-th rd street from tbe
south line of third tothe nonh line of Fourth
avenue, from the south line of Fifth avenue eat-t
along raid Twenty-third street south to a line 510
feet i-outh of and parallel with tbe south line of
N inth avenue." I'rder the above ordinance, the
said streets are ordered curbed with curb stones,
excavated and ended, improved and paved with
paving brick of grod qua'.i'y '
Plans and specifications lor said improvement
on file at the City Clerk's office.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of $500 pavalile to tbe orJer of
the treasurer of said citv. "which shall becime
forfeited to said city in case the bidder shall fail
to enter into contract with approved sureties U
execute the work for the plans mentioned In his
bid and according to tbe plans and specifications
in the evtnt thai tbe cont act sba 1 be awarded to
The right to reject any or a'l bids or proposals
Is hereby expressly reserved by said city.
Rock Island, 111.. July 11. ifWi.
A. D. IIUKSISG. City Clerk.
JOTICB IN ATTACHMKNT.
County conrt of Rotk Island county, July
Term, A. D. lt93.
Montpelier Tile Company vs. Eli Bronson, in
Public notice Is hereby given to the said Mi
Bronson that a writ of attachment issued ont of the
office of the clerk of tbe county court of Kock lsl
nnd county, dated the 16th dav of February, A.D.
193, at the suit of the said Mont jielier Tile Com
pany and against the estate of the said Eli Bionson
for the sum of two hundred and twenty-two dol
lars and nine cents, directed to the sheriff of said
Rock Island county, which laid writ has been re
And an order having bien entered of record
in said court st the Mn-rh term, 1H93, thereof,
tt.at said cause stand continued, with order of
Now, therefore, nnli ss you, the said Ell Bron
son shall personally be and ap)xar before the
said rountv court of Hock Island county on the
lirst day of the next term thereof, to be holden
at the court house in the citv of Kock Island, in
said county, on the Tenth day of Jnly A.
I). 18!M. give special bail and plead to the said
plaintiff's action, judgment will 1 entered
against 3011, and in faor of the said Mount pclicr
Tile company and fo much of the property at
tached as may be sufficient to satisfy the said
Judgment and costs, will be sold to satisfy the
C'lerk of the County Court.
Jackfon A Hurst. PlalMiff's Attorneys.
Kock Island Julv 5 A. I. 1SH3.
I am a Trav'IIng man t I'll tell you of my plan.
" In spite of all temptation
I pursue my old vocation,
rm still a Trav'Iing man ! A jolly Fairbank man !
For he himself has said it.
And it's greatly to his credit,
That he Is a Trav'Iing rrukfl I That he is a Fairbank r-r
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
Sold by Traveling men and Grocers Everywhere. Manufict ', j , r v JV
M kT PAIDRAVk" CCk rfv.V-, it: ' " V L.
1 1HU1II Wf WIIIWUU, llf.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Alen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue, f- BC
INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Rock Island, III.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in., and Satnrday evenings from 7 to S o,cxcii.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Per-.a'
1 . 1 .TT. .
iolci oi i xvcui cstata security,
P. L. MITCHELL, Prea t. F. C. DEXKMANN, Vice Prest. Jt M. BVFOh"). Cte.
P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Denkmann, John Crubaueh, Phil Mitchell, H.P H-j'l L
E. W. Ilurst, J. M. Buford, John Volk.
Jacksoh & IIckst, Solicitors.
Began business July 8, lt), and occupy tba tontheast comer of Mitchell Lytett ttw :ijtx
231 Twentieth street,
Mannfactnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes a Specialty. Repairing dote neatly and promptly.
A share of tonr patronage respectfully salicited.
1618 Second Avenue, iRoek Island. D
R M. Hudson. M.J.Park
HUDSON & PARTTRT?..
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
111 kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate!
iiuHiBueu wnen uesired.
Shop cor. First ave ard Seventeenth et. Rock Island
Rock Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Al' kinds of brass, bronae and alnminnm bronre catting, all shades and ti-a; . re Mai
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Shot kd Omci-M 1M1 First avenne. near Feiry landing. . KCC K AM)
. J. MAGER, Prot riVror:
Opera Ho use Saloor
tiEORUE SCHATEB, Proprietor.
1601 Second ATenne, Corner of Sixteenth Street, . Opposite Earper-f Tt, are.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hsn-
Free Lunch Every Day
feandwlcbe. Fnrnlsnedoc Si on tc
Kstablisbed lKO 18H3.
Corner Cottace Grove avenue and Slxty-fontth
street. Only 5 minutes from world's fair.
Superior dining rocm; elevated railroad.
Kow open. Bates moderate. European.
Wm. N. F BLOCKS, 8upt.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York City.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the Enropeau plan.
Room rates f 1 a day and npward .
Restaurant equal to the beet in the city at mod
Btreet cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pas. the door.
HILDRETH 4 ALLEN. F-rp'..
World's Fair. Chicaco.
asaaain Calumet Avenue and 29th Street
lllll h I a Fireproof; U moms; near Katr
aw I fBi brounds; baths on every floor,
a m tiAitiiSMai Amerloan and Ruropean plana.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money bv buying y0nr Crockery, Glaeswaie, Cut
lery, Tinware, Wocdware, and Brnehes, at tLe Old ar d
Reliable 5 a'-rf 10 Cents Store.
MRS. C. mTSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
J. M CHRISTY,
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AskTonr Grocer for Them.
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' " I S5th Su and Washington Ave.
F 1 1 K ITbree blocks from main entrance.
H I Beat of R. R. and street car service.
lailaUUperson. Write for circular.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
lia 1123 Fenrtli avenue. Residence 1119 fourth ayenne.
Plan, and specification, furnished on all classe. of work ; also agent foWiller'. Paunt.lt
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