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THE AHGUS. FTUDAV, JULY 28, 1893.
Published Daily lad Weekly at 1634 Second
ATenue, Bock Island, III.
J. W. Potter.
Tnas-Dally boc pet bobui; Weakly n.00
All eonwnntcatlons ol erttical or argameaU
Mrs character, political or religions. Boat kaye
raw name attacked for publication. No lack
rtlale win be printed orer fietitiona signature.
Anoymou eoBBnnlcatioiit not noticed.
Correspondence aollclted from every township
Ift Uwlr I.UnJ ...
'Friday, Jllt 2H, 1893.
A Mexican t-avs he owns a 972-
The state of Georgia will spend
fl, 063,631. 81 for the public schools
this year; more than ever before in
Tekrexce V. I'owukhlv will not
be a candidate for the oflice of prand
master workman of the Knights of
Laber. He has been studying law
for some time, and intends to be ad
mitted to the bar anil enter upon its
Ix view of the annoyance ami un
easiness that the uncertainty sur
rounding the internal revenue ollice
is causing to republicans, it would be
an excellent idea to appoint a demo
cratic successor to Collector Starr,
who has resigned, ami have matters
finally settled. It is a good deal to
expect of young Haverstick to have
him learn the deputy's duties only to
be removed about the time he be
comes familiar with the oflice. as will
surelv be the case.
Daily America: His majesty of
Siam in the insolence of unmolested
autocracy of a few years ago refused
to sell one of his limping, superannu
ated white elephants for 200,000
francs, and forced Mr. Barnum to
apply the kalsoming apparatus te
one of his most pallid freaks. Ten
such elephants and he ought to
have at least a score of them would,
at the Barnum figures, pay the w hole
French indemnity, but his toplofti
cal refusal has left him without a
market. White elephants are worse
corrency than the white metal nowa-
The New York Tress chats pleas
antly of 'Tom" L. Johnson. Ohio's
famous congressman. Years ago, it
says, Johnson was an errand boy in
the oflice of Mr. Dupont in Kentucky.
One day the janitor went on a spree,
and Johnson applied for his position.
He told his employer that he could
perform the duties of janitor and
still run errands. -I should like to
earn the extra money," he added.
'What do you want it for?' Mr. Du
pont asked. "For my mother' and
Ulster," was the reply." ' I am taking
care of them." Mr. Dupont was
struck with this answer, and gava
Johnson the promotion he asked,
(iradnally the latter worked his way
up, until today he is easily a mil
lionaire. Ohio men who claim to
know say that Tom Johnson is worth
more money than Cal. Brice. In
politics he is what is known as a
"mixer," and prides himself on his
popularity with the masses He has
twice been elected to congress from
a republican district. Johnson's
friends say he is anxious to try eon
closions with McKinley for governor
of Ohio this fall; and they declare
that if he get the democratic nomi
nation he will open his barrel.
The ItuHliiPH Situation.
A review of the business situation,
as it affects the east particularly, is
given by the New York World. It
eontains some facts that will proba
bly interest western readers. It
Heems that money has been leaving
New York in large quantities occa
sioned by the demand from Chicago,
San Francisco, Denver and other
western points. The statements of
the national banks of New York tell
a story both of stringency and of cau
tious management. Within the two
months from May 4 to July 12 the
banks of New York have increased
their capital by $1, 346,500, and their
loans and discounts have fallen ofT to
the amount of $1,585,500. Their de
posits have been reduced by the
enormous amount of $23,907,100.
This means that their corresponding
banks have drawn down their bal
ances, and have either paid out the
money which the- kept or. deposit in
New York to eustomors and credi
tors or are holding it in their owrt
While New York was pouring
money into tho distant banks that
were sore beset, the lirst of July
came, the day on which heavy obli
gations are met, the day on which
corporations are in need of large
sums of money for the payment, not
only for the dividends on stock, but
of interest on bonds.
All these dangers were overcome,
but it will never be generally known
Low near somp of -the best and
strongest banks of the country came
to repudiating their interest "or o!
the difficulty to obtain ready money.
The resources of the banks were low,
but united for the preservation of
the nselves and of their customers,
and that danger was averted, v
Erery case thus far has been speed
ily allayed. Every threatened disas
ter has been soon over. Even Den
ver'i fright has apparently ceased;
The banks of Chicago and San FranI
cle are returning the money that
wa borrowed of New York in the
time of ; their distress. Saturday
money was only bringing 8 per cent
on the street on call loans, showing
that there was plenty to lend, but no
one wanted to do business on bor
rowed capital that must be repaid on
demand. Practically there was no de
mand on the New York banks from
the v est.
Bankers generally believe that the
bottcm has been nearly reached and
liquidation is about over. Besides
the signs of soundness, such as the
quick repayment of the New York
loans by the western banks, there
are 01 her hopeful indications. There
has joen no great mercantile fail
ure. During the month, of June be
tween $60,000,000 and $70,000,000 of
mercantile paper fell due in this
citv. Nearlv every dollar of it was
aid without the ruin of any large
usim;ss house. This is a symptom
of a strong constitution.
V.ljr People Dislike a Book A pent.
"Wtat is there about a book agent or
s peddler of any kind that is so distaste
ful to the ordinary citizen of today'"
said M:vrtin Cole. "The efforts "of these
people to make a living is oonscientioas,
and I am positive there p SS'Ori on
the face of the earth that is half So
wearisftne or soul trying as this one
thing of canvassing books. There is no
satisfaction in it and not even a good
living. Every one turns with disgust
from Gie book agent. Probably it is
because pople cannot brook anything
outsidd of the regular lines of trade.
They prefer to have things in their pro
per places books in a book store, candy
in a candy store and the like throughout
the Ion 5 list of earthly articles that
we use. Then they want the stores close
at hand, so that they can rush out and
secure vhat they want, paying spot cash
These are what people term tho le
gitimate lines of trade, and they are.
Then wlien a peddler arrives, the mer
chant or the ordinary citizen immediate
ly hgures out that anything that mrust
be brou(. ht about to him to effect a sale
must not tie good. It is outside the le
gitimate line, and if it were good It would
simply "be placed upon the market
through the ordinary channels and left
for the public to conceive its merits. So,
then, I fi,jure out that this dissatisfaction
with boot agents and the. like resolves it
self into the great law of order, which is
an innati desire in the heart of every
one." St, Louis Globe-Democrat.
Vie Foot and Terrapin.
A observing business man, who has
had occafion to patronize at one time or
another iifiarly every restaurant in the
purely commercial section of the city,
has disc veml an odd relationship be
tween two articles of diet which rarely
if ever ocxur singly upon a bill of fare.
i. ou c.in be reasonably sure." he said
the other day, that when you eae liver
and bacoi.' set down among the edibles
you will rot have to look far to discover
that you t an also obtain a "chicken liver
omelet,' Perhaps this will explain." he
added cynically, "why it is that so often
the liver cf the hrst dish appears in small
triangular pieces in the omelets."
The gen.Jeman might have transferred
his observances also to certain up town
restaurants which cater to the "swell"
memberscf society. It's dollars to dough
nuts that in at least one-half of those
which bo&tt of their fine cooking, when
ever terra in a la Maryland or Philadel
phia ox ar.y other style is to be had. it
will require but little urging to obtain
fried pigs' feet.
Pigs' feet and diamond baok terrapin
do not cloudy resemble one another in
their natur il state, but what a difference
when they are stewed, cither Boiaratelv
or together, with Madeira wine and vari- I
ous concomitants! An epicure only can j
detect the subterfuge by the slightly
larger bones of the pier's trotters. New
t"HE "TWENTY QUESTIONS" GAME.
fn Interesting Diversion lor a, Whole
Roomful of Clever People.
Among the most acceptable games for
Email companies is the game of "Twenty
Questions," a great favorite with the
Englisi although not widely known
The requisites for "Twenty Questions"
are, first, two rooms, that the company
may be divided into two sides. The di
vision of the guests may be done by their
selecting one of two colors in bells, balls
or ribbons, or by the choosing cf sides
after the old fashioned spelling school
6tyle. The hostess must see to it that
there be an even division of the objects
and exactly the same number as there
are guests, in order to prevent the leav
ing out of a fnend or other awkward
mistakes. Two leaders or spokesmen
should be chosen, the host being natu
rally one of them, and it will also save
further mishaps if the second leader be
previously etkvtxl and given the idea of
The sides Iwittg selected either by
drawing of ribbuns or by choice of the
leaders a method which has its awk
ward side where there are people sensi
tive to being the Libt chosen in a com
pany each side retires to its own room
and selects on object which its opponents
are to discover by the asking of 20 ques
tions, or as many less than that number
as may be. A scribe is chosen for each
title to keep a record of the questions and
and answers by numliers, that no con
fusion may arise from misunderstood
questions or replies. To this end ech
scrile should keep tally on two sheets of
paper the questions of his own side
with the respective answers on one, and
thq f'FPCnr?-' questions and tho replies,
of his own side ou the cthi-r.
The object selected may to inanimate,
miniate, ancient, modern or historical,
may exist in fact or fiction, the only
qualification being that it shall be suf
ficiently well known so that a majority
of the players on the other side may lie
supposed to have seen or rend about it.
A spirit of fairness should of course be
shown in the selection of objects, and in
each case the answers should be honest
and not hairsplitting, although giving as
little information as possible. Such ob
jects as Ben Franklin's loaf of bread,
which he carried under his arm as he
walked up Market street in Philadelphia,
the metal cap of the Washington monu
ment, the last rail laid on a local rail
road, the armor of the Black Prince in
the Tower of London and Rip Van Win
kle's gun will illustrate the wide range
of choice in objects permissible. After
each 6ide announces the choice of its
subject through its leaders by knocking
on the door, hostilities begin.
Each side deliberates on the questions
to be given the other and its own re
plies with closed doors, each guest con
tributing informally Ids ideas of wording
the replies and questions and his guesses
as to the enemy's object. But communica
tion -with the opi toeing side must be con
ducted wholly through tho leaders, the
other people being silent when the doors
are open. And the leaders must not
make answers or put questions without
first consulting their Respective sides.
The doors should never be ojened with
out a warning knock. Any question i9
allowable, the first one being generally,
"To what kingdom does your objact be
long?" Philadelphia Times.
Cot the Kitten Every Ti-r e.
"I can marry any girl I plea-e," wa hi excla
mation, bat unfortunately tlien lie did not pi. tie
any ; and there was a plain reason for it. Be had
contracted catarrh of th"? worn form, and. al
though a wealthy, educated, attractive rerson
every other way, he was positively repulsive to
bis lady friends, a number of whem rejected bis
offers of marr'age. A f rend advised him to use
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. He took his advice,
and now is the most popular beau in town, and he
reahy can "mnrry any fir; be please" to ask.
It made hH breath pure and sweet, be has no
headache, no offensive discbaTres from the nose.
In short, is in perfect health, and ail from using
a few botth-s of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Ex -Senator Hill, of Colorado, has a secret
process for smeltiug cold and silver which
has made him a handsome fortune.
Pills promote constipation Si-xmons liver
Repilator cures constipa ion.
IIotT to Snb-ct Cnk1 Help.
One of the mast astute business men
in New York city, who Iuls through Ids
own efforts built up aa enormous estab
lishment, aiul who gives employ uuint to
hundreds ol men, some of them at very
large salarv, told nit; he had vcrv little
difficulty in undmtj the right kind of
men for any department of his work, I
was surprued to Lirn this and asked
him what was tho etjeivt of his success,
"I have nieu to wliom I th;v as much
as $fi,000 a year. I have sometimes been
disappointed in my sdectimi of helpers.
but as a rule I nnvtir f:l to got the kind
of a man I want. My first rule is to se
lect fur exp irienced hsilp only thi men
who have s tcwtld in wliat they have
"No matter how prepossessimr a man
may be, how taking in apjiearance or in
apparent qualifications, I never engage
him," he added, "if I find that he has
made a failure in anything. On the oth
er hand, no -.matter how plain and un
prepossessing a man maybe, if I learn
from bis story that he has been promoted
step by stei ; that he has always re
mained in a 1 lace until he was advanced,
and that every change he made was a
change for the better, I engage him at
once. Such men never dissappoint me."
-New York Mail and Express.
Bargi-in Goods Victories,
Lynn, Mass., has a bargain goods fac
tory, which "airna out cheap goods of
excellent apjearance for the bargain
counters. Thj American bargain seeker
has called for such things, and now if
shams are made to deceive him he must
not grumble. There are 18 of such bar
gain, goods menufactories, and the bar
gain goods ere is just now at its zenith.
The Human Electrical Forces!
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the human body. t..
the nerve fluid may be termed, ii an -
cially attractive department of science, : .
exerts so marked an influence on the i:e ...
of the organs of the body. Nerve foi.
produced by the brain and ronveyirti lj
menus of the nerves to tlie various orpins ct
the IxKly, thussupplying the latter with ti.i
vuaiiiy necessary to in
sure their health. Tin;
imeuinouuiitric nerve, as
bliown here, may be said
to tie the most important
of the entire nerve sys
tem, us it supplies the
heart, Iuiiks, stomach,
bowels, etc.. witli tho
nerve force necessary to
keep them active and
he-iiithy. As will Ih) seen
by iliecutlue long nerve
ieeendinsE from tho
base of the brain and
teviiiinatin in the bow
els 1st lie pneumogaMrlc,
while the numerous lit-,
tie branches supply the
iiviiit, iuiiks HUU SLOUi-
a'-h with necessarv vl.
taiity. When tho brain
becomes In any way dis
ordered by irritability
or exhaustion, the nerve
force which it supplies
is lessened, and the or
iraus receiving the di
minished sudd) v are con
rnysiclans generally fall to reconnize.
the lmimrtance of this fact, but treat the
oi-kran Itsetf instead of the cause of the trouble
The noted specialist, Franklin Miles. M. D
LL. B., has given the greater part of his life
to the study of this subject, and the principal
discoveries concerning ft areduetohiselforts.
Or. .Miles' Restorative Nervine, the unri
vmed brain and nerve food. Is prepared on the
principle that all nervous and many other
uirfculties originate from disorders of the
nervecenters. Its wonderful success In curing
these disorders Is testified to by thousands In
every part of the land.
Restorative Nervine cures sleeplessness,
nervous prostration, dizziness, hysteria se
uul debility, ht. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc 1
Is free from opiates or dangerous drugs. I.
Is sold on a positive guarantee by all drug
gists, or sent direct by the Dr. Miles Medical
Co., Elkhart, Ind., on receipt of price, 81 per
Cottle- hU bottles for 45 express preould.
1 . 1
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
t p. 1
Pealed proposals will be received at tie citv
ciert omce, hock isntia, ins, nut 11 00 cluck
p. m., August 7, 1898, for replinklng bridge at
Milan, Ills.. commonly known bridge No. 2.
Speclncttioni can be feen at the city clerk's
The city reterves the right to reject any or all
Dine, uy order 01 tne city onncu.
Beck Island, 111.. July 6. 1W.
A. 1). HLKSISG.Clty Clerk.
In the matter of Gas R. Knelin debtor.
The endersigned hereby gives notice that tins
R. Knelin, doiny bottness in the city of Rock Isl
and, in the county of Rock I, land, and ftate of
Illinoi did on tne Wth day or June A. U. vm,
transfer to the undersigned as assignee al his prop
e ty for the benefit of his cndltor. accordiug to
tne provisions ox me act conct ruing assignments .
All persons having claims acsinst miJ Gus K
Englin are hereby notified to present such claims
under oath or affirmation, to me st Hock Island
in said county and state witbln three months
from this date.
Dated this SOthday of June lsftl.
J. H. CLELAND. Assignee,
In the Circuit Conrt, In Chf-ncerj.
Sept. t-rm A. D., lsd.
Home Building and Loan association of Rock
Inland vs. Harry Fischer.
Affidavit of non-residence of Ilarty Fischer
tie above defendant, having hetn filed in the
clerk's oflice of the circuit court, notice is hereby
given to the said non-resident defendant that the
complainant filed his bijl of complaint in taid
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
Twenty-fir. t day of July. 18fl. and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court, wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on the first .Mon
day 1n the mot.th of SeptenDer next, as is by
law required. Now. unlo 8 yon, the snid non
resident defendant above named, Hsrry Fltcher,
shall personally be and appear before said circuit
court on the first day of the next term thereof, to
be ho'den at Kock Island in and for the said
county, on the first Monday in September next,
and phad, arewer or demur to ihe raid com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same and the
matters and things therein charged and Ha el
will; be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said bill.
GEOKGK W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Ro k Island, riiird, July 21, iskj.
Jackpgk A Btrst.
Sol citors for t'omp'aiuant.
OTICK IX ATTACHMENT.
STATB OF ILLINOIS, I
Roca 18lani County, f
lircnit ceurtof Rock lflar.d connty. September
term, A. D. WM.
The People's National Bank of Rock Island. 111.,
rs C. W. Moscer, In attachment.
Pnblic notice is hereby given to the Said C. W.
Mother that a writ of attachment issned ont of
the office of the clerk of the drcuit court of Kock
Island county, dated the tev.ii d.ty cf Mav, A.
D. 1S9J, at the suit of the said People's National
Bank and against the estate of the said C. W.
Mosherfortbe sum of Ten Thonssnd ($10,0(10. Oil
dollars, directed to the sheriff of said Rock Island
comity, which said writ has been returned exe
cuted. Now, therefore, unless yon, the 8-iid C. W.
Mof her. shall personally be and appear before th
said circuit court of Kock Island county on the
first day of the next term thereof, to he nolticn at
the court house in the city of Kock leland, in snia
county, on the 4th dsy of September, A. D. lWo,
give special bail and plead 'to the said plaintiffs
action, judgment will be entered against yon, ard
In favor of the said Peoolt's National Bank, and
so much of the t roperty attached as may be suf
ficient to satisfy the said judgment and coa:s, will
be sold to satisfy the same.
GE'iRGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jis. L. Baas, Plaintiff's Attorney.
JuneSS. A. 1. lsftl.
OTICX TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will Te received at the City
Clerk's office. Kock Island, 111., until Monday,
Aug. 7,1813 at 5 o'clock p m., for constructing
the improvement ordered by an ordinmce of
of the city of Kock Island, passed June T. 1S93,
entitled ' An orumsnoe for the irnprovemmt of
Seventeenth ana N.inctenth streets from the
south line of Third to the north line of Fouth
avenue, tnd of Twenty-th'rd street from the
south line of Ihirdtothe ronh line of Fourth
avenue, from the south line of Fifth avenue east
aloriL- said Twenty-third street south to a line 510
feet south of and parallel with the south line of
Ninth avenue." I'nder the above ordinance, the
said streets are ordered eurtied with curb siones,
excavated and traded, improved and paved with
pavtiur brick of good qua.i'y
Plans and specifications for said improvement
01 file at the City Clerk's office.
All bids most be accompanied with a certified
check in the snm of J5110 payable to the orJer of
the treasurer ol said citv. hich shall became
forfeited to said city In cuse the bidder shall fail
to enter into contract with appr ved sureties tt
execute the work for the plans mentioned In his
bid and accordirg to the plans and s)ecifiCHtioiis
In the event that the contiact sha 1 be awarded to
The right to reject any or a'l b'ds or proposals
is hereby expressly reserved hv said city.
Rock Island, li: July 11. IHu.
A. D.llUaSISG. CityC'.erk.
OTICK IN ATTACHMILNT.
County court of Rotk Island county, July
Term. A. D. IsM.
Montpelier Tile Company vs. Eli Branson, is
Public notice Is hereby givtn to the aaid Bli
Brongon that a writ of attachment issuec out of the
office of the clerk of the county court of Kock Isl
and county dated the 10th day of Kebruarv, A.D.
1SH3, at the suit of the said Monttwlier Tilt Com
pany and against the estate of the said Eli Btonson
for the snm of two hundred and twenty-two dol
lars and nine cents, directed to the sheriff of said
Kock Island county, which raid writ has been re
And an order having been entered of record
in said conrt st the March term. ISM. thereof,
tt at said causo stand continued, with order of
Now, therefore, unless you, the said Ell Bron
son shall iersotally be and appear before the
said count v court of Kock Island county on the
tlrst day of the next term thereof, to lie holden
at the court honae in the citv of Kock Island, in
said county, on the Tenth .ay of July A.
1. 189S, give special bail and plead to the said
plaintiff's action, judgment will be entered
agaiast you, and in favor of the said Monntpelier
Tile company and so much of the property at
tached as may be sufllcier.t to satisfy the said
Judgment and costs, will be sold to satisfy the
Clerk of the County Court.
JackFon A Hurst, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Rock Island July 5. A. I . IHWJ
HOTTTT. TITTT . At-TTA -DXr"
Corner Cotte Grove avenue and Slxty-fooith
street. Only 6 minutes from world's fair.
Superior dining room; elevated railroad.
Now open. Rates moderate. European.
Wm. N. Felocsk, 8upt.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
Refitted and renovated nnder new management,
On the European plan.
Room rates SI a day and npward .
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
Street cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
HILDRETH ft ALLEN, Ftp's.
World's Fair, Chicaco.
IHh Calumet Avenue and th Street,
illlTr I fireproof i 34 rooms; near Fair
a Grounds; baths on every floor.
hotel. Write for circular.
E PULLMAN HftTFI
55th St. and Washington Ave.
aree blocks from main tntranrt.
Beat of R. R. and Rtnwt sr ur.ir.
EHTnirifllFln-cla8!a,e' Rates-Sl to$Z0per
IrnilaUVlperson. Writo f o circular.
I am a Trav'ltagr man ! I'll tell you of my plan.
In spite of all temptation
I pursue my old vocation,
fin still a Trav'Hng men I A jolly Fairbank man!
For he himself has said It,
And it's greatly to his credit.
That he Is a Trav'ling man I That he is a
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
Fairbank nri : 4
tnu vy iidvcni nieu b.iu everywhere. manunaj?-j .. yOU
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. V
1706 Second Avent;i
INCORPORATED UNDER TOE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
liocK Island, III.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to S p. m., and Saturday evenings from T to 3 o'c'.ocj.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Peri
lateral or Real Estate security.
P. L. X1TCHELI , Prts t. F. C. DKNKMANM, Vice Pres't. J M: BUFOKD.
P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Denkmann, John Crubaueh, Phil Mitchell, H. P. Hall, L.?zi
a. . uursi, i . m. Durora, 4onn OIK.
Jackson & IIokst, Solicitors.
Began business J uly 8, 1690, and occupy the southeast comer of Mitchell A LytdVe t 1 r.
el era one 1098.
231 Twentieth stret:
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes a Spec laity. Repairing doce neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue, , Rock Innl.
K . Hudson. M. J. Pari!
HUDSON & PARKER.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS
A.U kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. EstiJ
iuxHianea wnen desired.
Shop cor. First ave. and Seventeenth Bt, Rock Islaiid.
Di Ti i r. t i
" a. w w a. s VI A A V X
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
AJ kinds of brass, bronae and aluminum bronze catting, all shades and tcia.ere
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Ml1 "i-at imi rirst avenue, near Ferry landing, . KOck bUM
J. MAGEIi, Proprietoi!
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1801 Second Arenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, - Opposite Harper's Tbt s:rt.
The choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hi
xreei.uncun.Teryuay . sandwiches Furnished on Short ot:w
Kstablisbed 1880 18U&
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
lery, Ticware, Woodware, and Brushes, at the Old ar d
Reliable 5 ad 10 Cents Store.
MBS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Third av
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Ask Tour Grocer for Them.
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C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
11S1 1125 Feurth avenue. Besidance 1J19 Fourth ayenue.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work; also spent foiWiller' Fttentft
6'idine Blltds,something new, stylish and desirable
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