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.THE ARGUS, THURSDAT, SEPTEMBER 27, 1G04.
INSURANCE. l-stablixlied 1CC3. "THE OLDRELWBLE." RATES ft CLE&VSLAini EH0C3 KEfi tVpfMrating ores 40 Millio Dollars Of Cash aSSCtS Tire Life. Tornado. Accident, Maria. Employer's Liability INSURANCE. Brad of Survey-ship. rrK'l Btagmtmt Mae Bock bted, Hia. ecsra ninui; they win tntereat yea. J. M, BUFORD, General Insurance Agent Tbeo'4 rtn aad Tlma-trM CMwaalM nptaMaUd. Lssses PrompUr Paid. asee a 'ow e eey reliable company ema affort Tear Patron la solicited. BANKS. STATE SAVniOS BAITS. Hollo e, m. OtB a Corner rtftMu etiaat end Third A CATTTAL $100,000.00. Sateead the ato'.lna tevt&n Baas. Orrulaad lata i fecm iitxust ?up ei hnsits. Orgaalaed aadet Stat Law. Opaa frotn a. ta. to a i u Wetteedaj aar aetarday alette rronaT to Spa rua'i aa Baiaaaa. riMiiiim H. . Anwwoara, . . Vice-President - dhuwai, ... Caanler Maactoao: Porter (Iktanaf, W. W. Walla. O.A.Boa, H. A. Abiewonh. . H. Inwards, W. H. Aden. AaUrew rrtbar;. C. P. Hsmenway, Eiram XWMnr . Western InTestments GUAHLETTZXD REAL ESTATE LOANS etade lot pri rtta ta tha cardan epot of toe wast ajr the Orchard State Bank f OnCQAED, HIBBABKA. B. W. Sam. President. J. B. Daav Cashier. iinEKJIC. atfebell A Lynda. Banker. J. r. Kobtaaoa, Cartuer Rock lalaad kaltoaal C. C. Carter, M. O. Uenry Daxt'a Soli. Wholesale Groers. VpiiHi)nn rlclroi4. B. WINTER, t$Cm Wlwlaaala Dealer aad lBponar of Wines and Liquors. ltll and llll Third Tin BATH nOOLB Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Booms, on the first floor of the Harper House. ROOMS OPEN. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to IS m. on week dare For Gen. tlemen From C a.m. to 7:30 a. . ta.., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m. on week data On Sundays the rooms will be open from 6 a. m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths mar be obtained at any time daring business hours. Gymnasium connected with bath rooms John Yolk 3c Co. qbiiirai.- CONTRACTORS HOUSE BUILDERS. Manufacturers of Sash, Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders Siding. Flooring, Walafcoatifig Sta stnet, bet ilk aad Sth an r fill TUDB Sill Those who have rctnmnl from their Summer outing with faces tanned by the wind and burned by the sun, will find Empress Josephine Face Bleach invaluable, removing, as it does, all the imprints whicli the unkind summer sun erms to delight to leave on the fairest fare. This most justly celebrated remedy will not only remove TAN and SUNBURN, but it is guaranteed to be a positive cure FOR FRECKLES, PIMPLES, ECZEMA, ACNE, WRINKLES, SALLOWKESS, Hon Pitches, Biowi Spots, Blotcies, aid . All Otiei Cotiieovs Diseases. Tt malcna tli A rnntrHrvct cl-i n 1 iV. r&1r-a and imports to old and faded complexions uie urn 01 lue jjiusii ivose. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED! For sale bv T. II. Thnmu niT. gist. cor. 17th and 2d av.. Rock Island PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNTCYS. a. o. cnuui. a. . comiBxiT. Connelly & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. Office eacond Boor, over Mitchell A Lynde's bank. Money to loan. Jackson & Hnrst, Attorneys at Law. Offlcetn Rock lalaod National Bank bnildlns. a. n. ituiif. c. u vaLKaa. Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys and Councilors at Law. OSot la Bcngttoc't Block. Charles J. Se&rle, Attorney at Law. Lepal bnalneai of all kind pramntly attended to. Sute'a Attorney of Bock IrUad county. OCee, foalodaa Block. McEniry & McEniry, Attorneys at Law. Loaa Bmey on good aecnrlty; naae eolloc Uona. Bcfarcneo, MlxheU A Lrnda, bankars. OfBce, PoatotB a Block. PHTSICLAKS. Dr. R. Jay, Veterinary Surgeon. Office at Btaaaacn'a livery tuble. Telephone 115. Dr. Asay. Physician and Surpeon. 113i. Tblrd Avanna. Telapbona, 11TQ. offlca Bonn: 1 to 4 p. n. and at night. t. a. aoixowatna, m. p. . B. BARTK, H. D Drs. Barth & Hollowbush, Physicians and Surgeons. OBce dOSISrd at. Tulephone ices aaa.Aenoa TK Slat at. ns oanoa inn, ' Dr. Barth I Dr. BoUowtaah SaalSa.au lOtolivm. 1 to s and 7 tot p. m. I to (and T to Bp. nv, Dr. Chas. M. Robertson, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. Offlca, Wblttaker Block, eonUiwest corner Third and Brady etreeta. Uaveciiort. Iowa Booma H and 18. Boar: 9 to 11 a. m.,1 to 4 p. m ARCHITECTS. Stocker & KercB. Architects and Superintendents. Offer for patent drawing. Boom t T M C A BaUdlnc Edward L. Hammatt, Architect. OSoe, Room 41, Mitchell a Lynda Bniidlng. Geo. P. 8tauduhar, Architect. Mana and enpertnfindence for all elaaa of Batlttmira. Raon W and to, Mitebell A una, BatMUnaT. Take elevatur. CITT OmCEKS. W. A, Darling, City Engineer. Bnford Bloek, ovar Siaaabary (tor. UKMTtSTB. R. M. Pearce, Dentist. Boobm t aad 81 ia Mitchell a lyada'a i Building. Take aierator. READ fUl jy fUl what inJ inJ WILL DO It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods, Ribbons. Curtains and Carpets. It baa no equal for Cleaning House. Killing Motba and Removing Grease Spots. Tn Kxi It. Sins Koctf Uia. FOM a ALB BVBRVWHBftB. PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES FOR 25 CENTS. Address H axd H, Des Moinev Iowa. HILL THE MAN. New York Oemocrata Nomi nate the Senator WITH THE WILDEST ENTHUSIASM, The Xoaalaa la Tain Proteata That Be Caanat Accept, for tha Delagatea Are a Halt ami He Geta Every Tote The Bal aaee el trie Ticket Kamed la Short Order Whitney Telegnipha from Kew Tork a Foaltlve Refaaal to Rna. Saratoga, X. Y., Sep. 27. "All la favor of the nomination of David B. Hill will any aye." That waa what Represent ative Coekraa shouted at the Democratic state convention, as he jumped upon a table directly in front of the presiding officer David B. Hill himself and waved hia arms for order. There was a perfect roar from 500 throats. "Contrary no," shouted Cochran, and there was not a voice. Turning to Senator Uill, he said: "Now, senator, we summon you to your duty." Again the delegates went wild with excitement, aud for five minutes there was great disoider. Hill insisted that order should be preserved and the roll call continued. State Senator Cantor jumped to hia feet and said: !A11 in favor of Senator Hill's nomination hy acclamation will say aye." Insists on a Roll Call. Another shout snJ more disorder fol- Iowf. Hill kept insisting upon order and the roll call of assembly districts was be gun. Hitt,- on behalf of Ihe Albany connty delegation, withdrew Tbacher's nameand there was pandemonium once more. The leader then restored quiet and the roll call proceeded. Each connty named David B. Hill nn.l Clerk de Freest amid great confusion sitid: "David B. Hill has received SS3 votes, all that were c.tt." Delegates rushed for the stage and shouted for recess, so as to forbid Hi!l refusing. The leaders, however opposed adjournment on the very same grounds and finally the convention went on with its work. Rest of the Bosineaa ftettlod. Lieutenant Governor Sueehau then arose and in a brief eulocinm nominated Din. It. Lockwood, of liuflalo. for the office of lieutenant governor. The nomination was made by acclamation, amid great applause. James D. Beil. of Brooklyn, named Judge txaynor for judge of the court of appeals and the convention Danie l him by acclamation. The usual revolutions were adopted. The move to adj.iurn was carried. Hill saying: "The convention that is running itself wants to adjourn I declare it adjourned, and the convention adjonrned f-ine die at 3:39. Whitney Couldn't Be Teranaded. This was the end of a scene that began almost as soon as the convention met. At that time it was known that William C Whitney bad arrived at Xew York from Europe and very emphatically refused to consider the question, even, of being a candidate; he toad announced before he went to Enrope, he said, that he would not run. He was decided in his view that David B. Hill was tie right man. Later J. W. Hinckley received the following: 'I find on my arrival this morning that my name is the subject of some consideration by the delegates to Saratoga, and have received many friendly message. As I cannot reply to these in detail, will yon do me the kir dness to say for me in answer to any inquiries that for reasons entirely personal I cannot be a candidate or accept the nomination. I noncnr heartily in the 'Pinion so admirably expressed by Senator Hill in his address that harmonious and aggressive action on the part of the Dem ocrats of the state ouht surely to be crowned by success." The I'latform Summarized. It took but a short time after the con vention was called to order to settle the questions of credentials, permanent organization and platform, the temporary organization being continued. The plat form is a vigorous declaration of Demo cratic principles, is quite long, without a squint in the direction of anything Popu listic or free silver. It congratulates the people of the state on the repeal of the Sherman purchasing law and the Mc Kinley law, indorses the Wilson lxw so far as it makes raw materials cheaper, and urges tiie further modification of the tariff by the ennctment of special sched ules; it demands tha rigid enforcement of the law against trusts, and compliments the administrations of President Cleve land and (i overnor Flower. WHEN THE BREAK DEVELOPED. A Regular Stampede to the Seaator, Who fronilaee a Statement. Then the nomination of candidates for governor began. George li. Hitt nomi nated John Boyd Thacber, and was fol lowed by Reynolds, of Allegheny county, who proved to have a scheme that effect ually shut off all other nominations for the head of the ticket. In a short very short speech lie named David Bennett Hill. He couldn't have made a long one, unless he had reserved the name to Jthe !a-t. for as soon as it was uttered his voice was droa-ned iu the shout of ap proval that went up. The convention literally went wild. Hill tried to stem the storm by declining when he could get a chance to make him self heard, but it was no use. The shout "Hili"' "Hill" went up in waves of sound that made the rafters creak. "I cannot accept the office you offer to me," shouted the chairman. But he might as well have talked to the wind. The baud played, but could not be heard. Then it wus,after Hill had nearly pounded the gavel to pieces that Bourke Cockrau jumped on the table and settled the mat ter so far as the convention wua con cerned. It was a scene of disorder bnt of enthu siasm that would probably not he wit nessed in a decade. It was the strange situation of a presiding officer of a con vention, evideutly against bis expressed desires, being forced to accept a unanimous nomination when another candidate had been presented. While the scene waa a remarkable one it was not altogether an unexpected one. Hitt' speech nominating John Boyd Thacber hod been received with enthusiasm. Delegates looked at oue another and expected that the nominal ion would be made by acclamation. Kven Senator Hill himself, withjthe gavel in band, bad ordered the roll to be called, and breathed a sigh of relief, evidently believing the crisis had pamed. But a slight built man from Allegheny county, who had never been known in the councils of that party, threw a fire brand whicli created a sensation almost beyond belief. Witen the county waa readied Delegate Reynolds arose and amid Intense ilence said: "The united delegation from Allegheny county desire to place in nom ination for governor their first and only choice, David Bennett HiU." Then nccurred one of the wildest scenes that could be Imagined. It lasted for many minutes, and when it subsided from pure exhaustion Hdl rose and with husky voice said: "I am grateful to the Democracy of the Emnire State for their courtesy and kindness and support in the past, out i must say to you that I eannot oe yonr canuiaate again for governor." There were cries of "no, no," and "you're we only man," and the disorder begin ning again did not cease until after the roll bad been called. Hill was undoubtedlv anary at the no tion of the convention, but said very ume, promising to make a atatemeut toou. The Prmldeat "Oat f Politic." BrzziRDS Bay, Sapt. 27. An Associated Press reporter called President Cleve land' attention to the nomination of Hill at the Saratoga convention. When asked for an opinion he aaid: "I am out of politics now." This exDressiou was in a kindly but firm tone, and no effort could prompt an expressiou of opinion. IT GRIEVES MRS. STANFORD, Bat 6he Cannot fto Anything for the Hea Who Struck Oat of Jobs. Oakland, Cala., Sept.S7.T. J. Roberts, president of the Americau Railway Union, recently wrote Mrs. Lelaad Stanford in behalf of the strikers who had been re duced to destitution on account of their inability to secure work. He has received an autograph letter from Mrs. Stanford in reply, regretting that it is not in her power to relieve the distressed strikers. She expresses her "obligation" to the gentlemen who escorted her fro:u the mouutaius to Oakland. She says she sympathizes with the str.kers, whom she knows were led away by excitement and did uot expect to do the company wrong. Mrs. Stanford says she has made application to the railroad officers to replace the men dismissed for conduct during the strike, but regrets that her entreaties have been ignored. She hopes that in time the men will be restored to their places, and promises to continue her influence iu their behalf. RUINED BY CHINESE CHEAP LABOR. Even the Law Goes Out of Basinets la the tireat Mate of Missouri. St. LOUIS, Sept. 'Si. The groat, all-powerful Toug society, whose members are etimmoniy known as highbinders, has decreed that the law of the state of Mis souri shall not be enforced in the case of the attempted murder of Lee Jong by Fung Lou. An agreement written in the strange hieroglyphics of the Chinese language has been drawn up, the contract specifying that Fung Lou shall pay a stipulated sum to Loe Joug for a number of years, and that L.-e Joug shall exorcise and permanently remove the devil which he put in Fung Lou. The crime which Fung Lou committed is a felony by the code of this state, but the long society would rather settlo the matter itself, and it seems that the police are psrlectly willing for the society to do so. The agreement made between the two Cbinameu resulted in revealing some interesting facts concerning the organiza tion of Chinamen in St. Louis. FIT2S1MVON5 KNOCKS OUT CREED0N Be Does It "Too Ka.y," Taking Only Two Round for thaWora. New Orleans. Sept. 87. Bob Fitzsim mons and Dan Creedon met in the Olympic club arena last night before 5,000 people for the middleweight championship. Fitzsimmons weighed 15C pounds and Creedon 158. ? Both men were in the pink of condition, but the fight only lasted two rouuds. In the first but little damage was done, most of it by Fitzsimmous, but in the second Fitz went for Dan right and left, and wonnd it up by a blow on the jaw that put Creedon to sleep for the match. The fi:ht was awarded to Fitz, and his seconds .immediately announced a challenge to Corbett, amid the wildest enthusiasm. A 10,000,000 Estate Divided. SAN Fkascisco, Sept. 27. The will of the late Miranda Lux, widow of Charles Lux, the cattle king, has been filed for probate. The estate Is estimated by the executors to be worth t-),0oU,O0D, but it is said its real value is nearer (IO.OOU.UO-a The only heir at law is John Sheldon Potter, a sou of Mrs. Lux by her first marriage. The will provides for all Mrs. Lux's near relatives, and after the death of the sou a third of the estate ia left to found a manual training school for both sexes iu this city. Settled the Difficulty for Good. St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 27. Joseph Breech, iu love with Miss Irene Hayes, near Wat hens, formed a decided hatred for the young lady's brother. Bob Hayes, who did everything in his power to break up the match. The young men met near the home of Hayes and Hayes was censured for slandering Breech iu the presence of friends of both the men. A Tight followed during which Breech used a knife with probably fatal effect, and. was shot twice in the region of the heart by Hayes. He will die. Anybody Got a Jaw to Spare? Sedalia, Mo.. Sept. 27. Dr. Harry C Smith, secoud house surgeon at the Mis souri, Kansas and Texas hospital, has left for New York city, taking with him Fireman William Milue, who had his lower jaw and tongue shot away in the attempted Missouri, Kansas and Texas train robbery at Kelsoe, L T. An effort will be made to secure for the injured man a new jaw, and for this purpose the most eminent surgeons of New York will be consulted. Relief fur Forest f tn Victims. Washington, Sept. 27. CommiKsioner Lamoreanx, of the general land office, has decided to embody iu his annual report a recommendation that congress should immediately take some action for the re lief of the settlers on (homesteads in the burned districts of Wisconsin and Minne sota Mistook a Soaaw for a Bear. Minneapolis. Sept. 27. A Grantsburg. Wis., special to The Journal says Peter Anderson and bis brother while out bear huu ting near Mud Hen lake, mistook a &quaw for a bear; both shot and both bul let took effect. The squaw was 1U0 years Ola. Surprised 'Ens at Washington. Wasuisctos, Sept, 27. It is safe to say mat the er X ork nominations came as a great surprise to the mem Iters of the cabinet now in Washington. Few cared to comment on tueiu lor publication. MARKcTS BY TELCUKAm. Mew "Cork iaaaetal. New Yoaa. Sept. SL Mono? on call easr. O'tdftfii nt 1 p r east. Priuii mercaaultf pj;jr S s P1 C9.it.; rterling fxea.U,"i dull with ac-tial blslne in i a Ker' -ill, 4 a 4 tl-Ma lor demaa I aad tvil '"ie 'or - ui) a: itte4 rata 4iSs tr;-. Comm -rdu la l 8.4' aUver osrttiicitua, els bid; aj sales: bar sil ver CP 4. Mexican dollar iX I'nitod Siatea Imnla. S' regalar IIS 4: do. &' coaimn. 114: do. ' regular. 114; do. 4' noapuaa, liA: do. ft, al otd; 1'aoiAj S'e of lb. llll bid. Chicago Grata aad Produce. 1'HlcAoo.Sept. St. fotlowlag were the qnotarton oa tb Board of Trade todav: Wheat September, opened UH; eloaed 61c; ltraeaibar, ope jod tea, cloMid aii'.fe Hay, opauel au-r do tad Mtc. Corn tsepteinla-r, opened c clnaed a Oi tobrr. opewvl rOS", ckuje I May, earned He closed ;V- Unta Septemiier. opened St-Hc closed sa ; OrtoneOipened Sr, closed SSc: May, ojienoii -. closed Me. Pork September, njiened ti:Lit clnaed filial: Janu ary, opened ( , eloaed t . Lard Hep- teuiiMY. opened , closed January opened 9 ; rloaed $ , I'toJucj: Butter Extra rraamery. tlie per 1!k extra dairy, ;in: parkiag at v-k, 12313c K,-K Kreu tock. l&tM.Vi per doa. Lire K.u;try CliiJkeue, W p-r lb: spring clitckrna: Pi'l duika, T(.ic: loikaya, 6Sc; gese. Al.dJ &-00 per uos. l'otat. Kuaj, oiijjac per buauel: early Ohi ttlaaic Apple SLoJi 2.01 iwr unL Honey Wait- clover in 1-lb seclious. lliili iu; brokeu comb, loillc. dark couib, kood condition, 10s; etraiuel CauMoraia, Chicago Live atoek. Cnicaoo, Sept. SS. Live Stock Prices at t'aa Union Stock yarlt today ranirej as follows: iio- Kauiuatad receipts tor the dav 1H.HJT-. sate ranged at f2.:.i4i pLjs. tiiitM hent. j-viojAi roneh parkin)!. t.iti.oi niiXed, aud fcj.ft 6j Heavy packing aud ahippinft lota Cattle lleceipia for tba day. K.uoi; qnnta tion ranged at f-i.Niua.40 clxaoa to extra ahippiag- ateers. 1..75 good to choice do, tC-Vt!.l.70 fair t g.wd, r-l.li t4.40 common to medium do, $suiii butcher' ateers. f LUU tiiii etorker. idHa-'iii feeder. SIjUOAuU auwa, JjTiJ.J' heifor. tl.'ivT.i" ball IS OjJ.il Texas steers, and $XtMj.73 veal cairo. Mioep and Lamb Kecelpta for the day, liU prices raised at S l.l.tf-i.SI welter a. f 1.5itAi Tetaas. tH-Tiii uatiroa, aad LiJ IkX.lu iambs. The I una! Merftata. eaaix, rrc. Wbaat see Corn-Vr(.sric. Oau- H0t8Sc Tl rr. a. . . . wild. 18219:8100. 5i$7: haled. 19 raoDccm, BnttatwPai, to choice, Si ; ereaiaan. Sic. Bera Faerh. lvo. per doaeu. rarrr axs vaeSTaBLsr. Onloc BOcper ba Blnetierries-fj a case. Grapea sc per lb. uvs erooK. Cattle ffiotehara uv ffne e m Hon Me Sheep oASe Spring lamb (1 BOCSBahead. Coal on,.nc "Royal Ruby- Kye Wkiaky Is a "Rye aa la a Rye," natnra'ly ripened and rea irota an roreigo flavor ar.d adnheranta, gaar anteei pire tin over eleven years of age, recom mender to tl e conooienr ae a meritorloos aru cla worthy of tha cot tl lence of levallda, cout lescenta ud the aced. fee that our came ia blown in bottle, f l.flOper qnan bottle. "ROT AL BCBT" PoKT WISE pore, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for iuvbuu, omvueKcon ano roe azed. It reatoraa lost vitality, creates strength mH ,Tn.t(t. t,nii. up the weak and debilitated. Qnane, II. Pints, SO cento. Pnt ap on honor and gnartmteed bv hvtal Wise, CO., CbJeatra. For sale at Harper noose Pharmacy, and by William Clendenln. Molina. tTheu Eaby was rick, we fare ber Castor!. "Alien she waa a Child, sbe cried for Ceatorta. When she became Miss, she chmg to Cactorla. When she had Children, aUe g&Te tbem Castors. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. PARKER'S Landry, tATaahn XTorylt 'cg Fnm !uit arkSaaikerctiisrto OireuTsat. Lace Certain a Scadaltj, No. :in Third Ave. A. VL PAREKR. Telephone No. 114. o s . 1 q s o m 1 in M Q " 3 far Intents OTHERO. Do Vmi rttifvy that rta-ncerie. Bate-man 'e Drops, Oodfrry'a Oia-daU, tataay ao-caued aV-otbing Syrupa, ati snoat mainline for childrea are f-anpoai efophna or avtarpfamet P Tow Katarar that optasa aad axrpatoe are atapefylag aatreotic potaon f pi T Ketl laaoatouaUlMaaa-lataara not permitted to aell naren-i,. Pa Tew Ksew that you shoald I yon or your phyaiciaa know of what Pe Teas Kwa-arthat Cstatorla is a purely wgetabls tarvpaiallon, and Oat a tat t tta IngrediecU ia putilisbed with every bottle f PeTei 1Cjiw that Cartorta I the ii-atcrrprioa of tha famons Dr. Bacrnel rnchsr. That It has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that snta-e Caatoria Is now aold thaa e all other rvmrdirs for children combined t Pe Teta Kaew that the Patent Office rpartncet of the Cnited Btatee, asl rt other coastriea, hare isaned exchtsiTe right to Dr. Pitcher and his aaaigna to nae the wrd Cata-ria, and its fonnnla, and that to imitate tbem ia a atata prlaoa odenae t Do Tow Knewtbatonecf tto reasons fur granting Uii because Cattoria had been proven to be baa1aialy fcartnleast Pe Tew Know that 35 Svwsta ooaes of Castoria are furciabed for 3S tjents, or one cent a done f Pa T Knew that mhen 11 nasi aai 1 of this perfaet Meraration, yonr children inay be kept well, and that you may have anbroken rest f Wu,aste tMtra are worth toowlng. Tbey are facts, Tha faty-alaaOa fsjjtaiipaei Children Cryfcr DAVIS CO. HEAT1KO ASU VEKTII.ATIK4 KXIilKttUS. i 1 1 .!5."5ca II tBCOKPORATKD CSTDEK THE STATS LAW Roek Island Savings Bank, Rock Islamd, III. Open dally from t a. am. to S p. m and Ssrcrdt-y eve-attura frota TtS erJoak. rive per cent Interest paid oa Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col lateral or Real Estate security. or r ream: f.I.lUrrCHXLL,PreiV F C. D1SEMAHM, Vice Piset. g U BCTOKD, Castlat iinzrroas: P. L. Mitebell, T. C Oenltnanc. John Crnbatirh. Phil MltebelL EL t. OmlL L. B1oox. S. W Hnrst, t, M. Bnford, John Voik. TAcaaoa at Beian, SoBortora. Began hcslaess Jaly S, 1890, and ocenpy the eoatheaat ceraeTof XUcheC Lynda's aa ati'.ifiut' 1 mm-- A. - ' -I" -ST " ' .vV.l : TBjri . 7 ;; J. T. DIXON Merchant Tailor And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. SEIVERS & IIInTK AH kind of carpenter work dona Oflice and Shop 781 Twelfth street JOHI 8CHAJCB, Proprietor. WCl Socona Avecae. Career of SiiteaoU Streat, . Oppeaita HtarpaT-a Tteatia. The choicest Wine. Liquors, Beer and Cigars ilwivs on Hind n.i and Children. not peraiJt any nainfei Se bo given your cLti K ia uauifioacd T PItchcr'o Ccctcrla. HAVE TOU SEEN "ej TSE : CAPITOL If Not, Why Not? Come and see tbc Heater, and ju.lc its merits yourself. Fifteen sold tLi m s son, and more coin-;. Call for deser: tive circular. 112 and 114 V. 17th street-Tt-lcpbonc 11 IS. LATEST NOVELTIES IS DICE 117 FAIL E0I5 OAAT BE SEEat AT K. F. DORX, Thc New Merchant Tailor. 1822 8tCOND ATE Harpwr House Block 1706 Second Avenue. ANDERSON and BUILDKHS General tohtttag dona on abort not tea aaa aaueractiua raarnnutM KOCK ISLAM Visa Uinca Batuy Oa .