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THE ABGUS, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1898. '
THE AR6US. Published Dally sod Weekly at IBM Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. Entered at the PoatoOec at Second-class matter. 19 THE KAMB Of t. W. POTTER. TERMS -Dally, 10 cents per week. Weekly, 12.00 per annum; In advance 11. MX AQ communications of political or argumen tative eha-acter, political or religious, must have real name attached for publication. No sues artlei will be printed over. Octltlous fix atures. Correspondence solicited from every town hip In Rock Island county. Monday, Mat 16, 1898. IN HOC 8IGNO VINCES- Daaaeeratle Congressional Convention. PubUs notice la hereby given that a demo cratic convention la called to meet at the court house in the city of Bock Island, Illinois, at o'clock noon of the lath day -of June A, D , IMS, for the purpose of nominat ing a dsm wratlo candidate for the office of rsprestw ttive for the Tenth Congressional distrtot, and to transact any other business uat may wm before said convention. The ba-'s of representation at such conven tion shell oe one dalegate for each two hun dred (S0O) and excess of one hundred or more demoera'te votes cast for Bryan and Sewall la the election of I89S. The number of dele gates allotted to each county in said Tenth congressional district Is as follows, to-wit: Mercer It nova isiana. wDiiesioc M Knot 17 a" :::'b Kenry 15 " Total m County conventions in said Tenth Congres sional outrun will govern themselves accord iagly. A. D, Hcmwo, Rock Island, OL R. H. Hi, Cambridge, IU Oborgs at Eamm, Aledo, HI. D. W. Rose, LaFayette, III. C. O. Cnsio, Galesburg, I1L Uaoacs. Baw&ac, rulton, I1L Committee. Democratic County Convention All democratic voters and .those who favor the Chicago platf 01 m, are requested to sena delegates to a county convention to be held at the court hnuM In th rttv nt Rru.k Island on the 25tb day of Hay, MM, at I o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a delegates to the democratic congres sional convention, and to mntnpt 23 ilol. egatea to a senatorial convention and if it dc tne pleasure or tne convention to express a preference for a candidate for minority repre sentative. To nominate candldntM rnrummtv officers, Judge, clerk, sheriff, treasurer and superintendent 01 scnoou; also to select a chairman of county central committee. The renresemitlon will be one delegate for each S votes, and one additional for every major iracuon inereoi in eacn ward ot the cities, town or votlntf nreclnet of tha oniintv nt ih. presiden!'jd election ot IMM for Bryan and sewau. The caucuses are advised to be held Friday j .ar, i jfs m 0 uiuvk p.m., m noes lsiana and Mollue, South Rock Island and' South Ho lme, mark Hawk, coal valley. Fort Byron and Cordova and In all other towns at t p.m. of the same day. At caucuses In each ward of tbe cities snd voting precinct of towns those present would select a precinct chairman to be ex-offlclo a member ot the county central committee. Tbe representation shall be as follows: JHWWU.H4 IWmlinu 81 l 120 IW , M 7 , 83 IU Buffalo I'raire... Black Hawk Coal V alley mraova Coe Canoe Creek., Drury Krigtngton Kind nnnlfut r. -----........... nr Second precinct 41 , M . 1 nwyit nt First precinct Second precinct , Third precinct , Mollne First ward Second ward.. , 01 , 71 . A .197 ao .1U .138 .211 .117 1 uiru warn. . Fourth w.ird Fifth waitl nixm warn.... ......,...,,.,,, Sntnlh iH ....... .ia South Hollne and Slewartvllle 337 13 Mint wanL Second ard....... Third waiA IN) an ira 240. Fourth wiird Fifth win ciizu warn 240 S::::: Port Hyron '..'.'.II m South Rock Wand. ....".."""""."""i7 "a 78 Oread total Dated at Hollne. Anrti 14. imm 188 W. R. H.sms. Chairman County Central Committee U.J. McKriht. Secretary County Central Committee. A aaooacenaents. I hereby announce myself as a eandldate for the offloe of county eupenntendent of aehools, subject to thsdselaV) of the demo- erauc county convention. D. W. HiTTKnra. The undersigned wishes to announce him elf candidate for the democratic " tloo for taerUT of Rock Island county, and so il cm us support 01 nis mends. bbto mm. A equ losing to the requests of a number ot my friends, I hereby eanounoo myself candi date for tbe shrievalty nomination, subject to the ueeuioe of the democratic county eon eauoa. A. d. Honauro. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of sheriff of Rock Island county, sub ject to U deelsloa of the democratic county convention. m. m. bbioob. Tteldlug to the wishes of my frlemds I have consented to become a candidate for the d em oeratle nomination for sheriff subject to the deelsloa of ike democratic eounty convention. C W. Nnoca. Having determined to become a candidate tor the d-usocratlo nominatloa tor county su perintend unt of schools, I hereby solicit the support ot my friends looking to that end. O. L AODITO f ftSMl.V USODBflS VlTSelf BA ft MadlA&tA for the democratic nomination for coaaty miiwi miennt ei nnooa auDjoe kv saeoe- 1 ot we eeaaoeraue county eoaveauoav Cbablbs O. BwiaKBB. la accordance with the wishes of a lumber t us Meads throughout the.oouatj, I aereby anaounee my candidacy for the county treas uryahlp nomination, subject to the wOl of the democratic convention. C. C. Cotsb. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the nomination for the office of county treas urer, subject to the decision of the Democratic county convention. Adam Stamm To the delegates of the democratic conven tion for the nomination of candidates for county offices at the coming November elec tion: Gentlemen After years' successful teaching as principal of graded schools, and having been chosen by the democrats in other counties at two different times as nominee for the office of county superintendent of schools, I hope you will not think me too presumptuous In asking such nomination at your hands. which I do. Respectfully, W. H. Shcbiuw. Evekbody hopes that it will be easy sledding for Schlev. When we go to war again let's pick out a country where the names are easier. Why don't some of the powers eive Spain a tip to quit her foolishness and save funeral enpenses? A few days may bring forth the story of a modern Sampson that tell of other feats of prowess. will Even if Fitzhugh Lee was a "Johnny Kcb in the tOs, he has shown him sell to IMS "Johnny on tbe sixit in 1898. A nautical mile, or knot, is 6,086.7 feet, being 806.7 feet longer than our mile. A marine league is three nau tical miles. Let some good Samaritan stand near the local republican camp with a bowl of cracked ice. Each side is al most ready to deliver the knock-out Wow. Now, if there are any others in the iiroad land who are in any way re lated to Admiral Dewey, let them stand forth and say it, or else forever hold their peace. It looks now as though the crowned heads intervention scheme misrht have been principally to keep Spain from making a monkey of herself before the American republic. The action of congress making him a rear admiral will keep the gallant Dewey upon the active list of the navy until he is 72 years old; give him full pay when he retires and a corre sponding increase of pension for his iamiiy alter he is no more, and in sures him the privileges of the floor in the bouses of congress. Senator Sewell, of New Jersey, has refused the commission of major frnnnt-n I f Anilanul him In. Ih. n uent. under the law. which was en acted in the reconstruction period and was intended to prevent army officers from exercising civil functions in southern states, he could not hold the senatorship and the major gener alship at the same time, and preferring tne legislative, be declined the mill tary office. As a senator Mr. Sewall is more independent than he would lie as a general. In one capacity he is a part of the government; in the other he would lc a government servant. The Reporter. George S. Welshons, one of the best known and wittiest of Pennsylvania newspaper men, recently delivered himself of the following in response to the toast, "The "Reporter,1' to the amusement of the Pittsburg Press club: "In the old days the editor called a man a chicken thief; nowadays the reporter finds the feathers in his back yard. The weapon of the old-time editor was the epithet; that of the modern reporter is the evidence. What the editor used to assert the re porter now proves. "If the people who complain of what the reporter writes of them would only consider what he does not write about them, they would en shrine him in the dearest corner of their hearts. The waste baskets of the daily newspaper in any town do more to keep its citizens in good re pute than any other agency except the fear of the law and the hereafter. Not all that a reporter writes is true. He is not infallible himself, and of those who are the source of his in formation many are less so. There are very many who cannot tell a straight story. The man who tells the story to the reporter is usually an interested party. He has a purpose to serve in metamorphosing this or suppressing that. The reporter has no desire except to get the truth ac curately and completely, and to write it quickly and entertainingly. "All men do not love the reporter, and I am glad of it. The fear and ha tred of bad men is a chaplet above his brows. It is the assurance of his hon esty, his badge of honor as a serveut of truth. If a time ever comes when all men love the reporter, it will be time to bury him. He will have for gotten his mission, betraved his trust and shamed the noble fellowship of men wno nave made tbe white cross of the Pittsburg reporter the decora tion of the legion of honor." -DsddyUns- la War. Springfield Register. There have been already appointed or slated for prompt appointment to offices of high rank in the army sons of quite a numlier of dead or "living republican politicians. Among these are reported Frank.M. Alger, son of the secretary of war; Russell B. Har rison, son of ex-President Harrison; James G. Blaine, son of the "plumed knight;" John A. Logan, son of the "Black Eagle;" sons of Senators Gray, Elkins and Fairbanks, a nephew of Senator Allison, and sons of Represen tatives Hill, Hitt and others; also sons of several New York millionaires. These appointments are maile in 'what may be called the aristocratic portion of the volunteer army. It is known to the president that none of these sons of prominent sires has been educated or trained in the duties of the offices to which he has appointed them, and that therefore their duties will not le properly per formed. As a consequence many sol diers are liable to suffer jwssibly to die from this form of political favor itism. Some of these young men. indeed probably most of them, have been fail ures at about every thinjr else they have undertaken. If there is any place on earth where daddvisiu" or nepotism of any kind is utterly and dreadfully scandalous it is in tne army in the presence of ac tual war. Consumption Positively Cared. R. B. Greeve, merchant, of Chil howie. Va. .certifies that he had con sumption, was given np to die, sought all medical treatment that money couM procure, tried all cough leme- dies he could hear of. but gut no re- lief; spent many nights sitting up in a chair; was induced to try Itr. King s New Discovery, and was cured by use of two bottles. For past three years has leen attending to business and says Dr. King's New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made, as it has done so much for. him and also for others in his community. Dr. King's New Discovery is guaranteed for coughs, colds and consumption. It don t fail. Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store. Shake Into Tour Shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cures painful, swollen smarting feet and instantly takes the sting out of the corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight-fitting or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for sweating, cal lous and hot. tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores. By mail for '2b cents in stamps. Trial package free. Ad dress Allen S. Olmsted, Lcllov, N. Y. Found. At T. H. Thomas' drug store, a marvelous cure for kidney complaints, nervous exhaustion and female weak ness. It is Foley's Kidney Cure. For Sale by T. H. Thomas. To Clean Uncle Sam is using gun-powder, every kind of cleaning about house, use For the LIS) Washing: Powder. It does the work quickly, cheaply, thoroughly. Sold everywhere. Made only by mm THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicago, fit Louis. New York. Boston. Prolific of Prescriptions. 112-114 West Seventeenth Street, BEER OF JUST THE RIGttT AGE Comes from our brewery. It is the favorite of the laborer, the epicure, the rich man and the poor man. Its flavor is delicious, its bidy" right to please all tastes. Made right here at home of the finest malt and choicest hops, and bv the most advanoed process; why shouldn't ROCK ISLAND" b tbe bfstP HO TiLZPHOSX 1081. FAST DYES FOR KIXED GOODS. Special Diamond Dyes For Cot ton That Give Fast Colors on Cotton and Mixed Goods. Dont Risk Spoiling Your Material With Dyes that Claim to Color Both Cotton and Wool With the Same Dye-UHc-cnl Kinds Absolutely Necessary f r Making Satisfac tory Colors on Cotton and on Wool Diamond Dyes Make Fast and Rich Colors on Anything From Ribbons to tbe Heavi est Cloths. In these davs of shodd v o-oods. when the mills are trying to see, not how good, but how cheap they can make their cloths, the woman who wants to color over her old clothes has to be specially careful in selecting heredve, lotton is a vegetable fibre and wool an animal fibre, and to get satisfac tory colors on cotton or mixed goods. it is ansoiutciy necessary to have a different dve from that used to color woolen goods. The great success of Diamond Dyes in coloring cotton and mixed goods comes from the fact that they have special dyes for this kind of work that can lie relied upon to make colors that are fast to sunlight. Some dyes claim to color lwth cotton and wool with the same dye. but when used on cotton or mixed goods and exposed to the light, the result shows the false ness of their claims, for the colors soon fade out and become dingy while if the Diamond had lieen used, they would not have . lost their full, rich, bright shade. Diamond Dves cost the manufac turer and dealer more, but the price to tne user is the same, which is wh some dealers occasionally try to sei cheap imitations for the sake of a lit tle more profit. The result is a loss to their customers, for the Diamond are the only package dyes on the market that can lie relied upon to al ways give fast and lieautiful colors that are true to name. Use nothing but Diamond Dyes if you want success and satisfaction. Have You Kidney Trouble? A 60 cent trial liottle of Foley's Cure will prevent serious results from this usually fatal disease. Sold by T, T. Thomas. up Spain Philadelphia. Pittsburgh. Baltimore, Nothing is productive of more prescriptions nothing is better fit ted to fill the human system with poison, than a leaking gas jet, . No poison is quite so poisonons as ilium inating gas. Quite frequently the pipe needs only a little tinkering to stop the leak, bnt that tinkering shoald be done by one who thor oughly understands his business We think we thoroughly under stand our business, and should be pleased to do anything for you in the plumbing line, at any time. $m$ iVZ visV p- 1 DAVIS COMPANY. Bock Island. K i'LANO BREWING CO trt m WRIGHT & BKRBER 1619 SECOND .AVEITTTE. WANTED. TANTKft A COMPKTEST GIRL AT HS Twenty-ttrst street. WANTED A DIXIXCI ROOM GIRL AT ! tbe Dclmonico restaurant. I iTAXTED A GOOD GIRL FOR G EN KR AL Housework at Mi Nineteenth street. WANTED A COMPETENT OIRL AS cook at 114 Second Avenue. Rrivnifw required. WANTED A GOOD. HONEST. IXDl'S trious boy about li or It years old at K. F. Dora's. "WTANTED TO RENT AN H OR 10-ROOM V modern house May 1 or be tors. Addrear x Abgos office. WANTED WASHING AND IRONING TO do al home, or to no out bv the dav. In quire 606 Tenth street. WANTED A GOOD BLACKSMITH AT Barstow. Ul. For full uarticularw write or cull on A. O'Brien. WANTED ROOM AND HOARD FOR TWO couples: central location. Enquire at M.4K. clothing bouse. WANTED-A NEAT YOfNG GIRL CAPA- ble of takinc care of children and doinir liirbt housework. Inquire ul TtH Twentieth street. WANTED BOARD AND ROOM BY A younir ludv. Location somewhere west of Twenty-Ural street. Address "H. 22," Thk AKGLH. WANTED GOODS TO STORE IN CHEAP, elean and light storage rooms, with ale rator at la Seoood avenue. Johnny Jones. & wu nags on iHf. WANTED-A PLACE A S HOtTS EKEEPER or to work for board by refined widow nbom middle aire. Musi have a home at once. Address "Mrs. 1 ." care Akucs. YTTANTED-TO RENT. WITH THE VIEW of purchasing, a cottatre with one or more acres of land in the suburlis of Kook Isl and. Address "C. B.." A Bia s office. W7ANTED - SITUATION BY A YOUNG coioreo man experienced in hotel busi ness: is Intelligent and industrious, best of references furnished. Address "M. H.," As- uus. ANT ED ACTIVE MAN TO TR A VET. t in this and nearby counties: t0 a month and all expenses: no experience or capital re quired. Address Manufacturer, 1. O. Box 7H5. i-niiuueipaia. t'o. TANTED RELIABLE MEN TO TACK up advertising sltrns: Slz.bO weekly; steady work. Send 10 cents for oostaee. aw. pie. etc. Young Medicine company, US North uoioraao street, 1'iuiaaeiphia, fa. WANTED ENGAGEMENTS TO PLAY for dances by J. J. Baker fwiih Otto's men), who guarantees good music. Henry cujiuk. prompter, ajso iurnisn vionn ana nianomusio. no. vw seventeenth street, tet WANTED TO LOAN MONET ON DIA monda, watches, Jewelry, hardware, susloal Instruments, bicycles. oKHhlnr, dry foods, furniture, eta. Highest cash prices paid for seoond hand goods of all kinds also. The above goods for sale at half the usual tore prices. All badness transactions strictly confidential. His new number and location, 1921 Seoond Avenue. Doat forget la. t. W. Jones. Two rings on 1347. FOR SALE. TTHJlt SALE 3SR-ACRE FARM: ROCK ISL- M. ana county: FJB per acre: will take part imue in m Kniuu lurm. or otoer realty, w. Clauhhen, Davenport, Iowa. I?OR SALELOT SOUTHEAST CORNER a- Tweniy-tniru street and Ninth avenue; 85 foot front, will sell on easy terms. Addret i. j. naipm, aw main street, zai. ixHils, Mo. TjlOR SALE LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER - Tweniy-eecona street ana Ninth avenue; 05 foot front. Will sell oa easy terms. Ad dress T. J. Halpin, W Main street, St. Louis, Mo. TOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY A. of to bushels or over at K.bO per ton, de- uvrreu u. j. v. so any part o i toe city, ieave orders at Commerelal bouse barber abop, Book Island, or Enos James, Milan. "CX)R SALE-HALF INTEREST IN GOOD -a. snoe store, located in north central Illi nois: city of .0W population; splendid opening; good reason for wanting to sell . Inquire or address F. W. Paul, Rock Island, 111., care R. L Bu;gy company. FOR SALE A RESIDENCE OF SEVEN rooms; well appointed, with modern con veniences. A good location fo i physician or comiorxsoie nome lor a Duslness man. Good yard, and convenient to street cars. Ad dress G. 22, Thb Abcus. T7K)R 8 ALE WELL ESTABLISHED BUBI A. ness; doing about S30.000 per annum; lo cated oa the moat prominent corner In the eity of San Antonio; I 0U0 ears pass the store every day; ose-tblrd nrat-elaas farming lands In Missouri or Kansas, balance cash or ita equivalent. Address CoL J. A. Bradky, SOcM E. Houston street, San Antonio, Tex. "C08 BALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET A-' with about SO diffarent slides, suitable for filing legal blanks or any description of papers In Bat form to be kept in shape for writing. A compreheaslve Index connected. Just the thing for any office with contracts, etc, to Hi. Address H. B. C. care of Thi Aaetm. DROP IS BILLY CAT-TON'S White Seal saloon 1815 SssoiA Arssca. You Can Bank on Our Shoes. That is just the kind of a shoe we sellyou can bank on it every time. When there is a run on the bank, it is because there is something the mat ter with its credit; there is a run on our shoe because there is nothing the matter with its credit, for it happens to be the most creditable kind of a shoe. You can buy no other kind of a shoe that begins to match it for the money, and the wear and tear it will stand would surprise a champion six day walker. FOR SALE. TjVOR SALE-SIX LOTS NEAR TOWN 1300 X1 each. Uordoa A Uowmao. TiX)R SALE FIVE ACRES FOR SALE A1 cheap. Near town. Uordoa Dowmao. TjV)R SALEREAL ESTATE NOW EARN A.' ing to per eent on the Investment. Ia quire ot Thomas 8 mart, 715 Third avenue. FOR SALE THE REAR PART OF L. Simon's house. Inquire of Simon At Mos fcklcr or Hudson A Parker, corner First ave nne and Seventeenth street. FOR RENT. TJIOR RENT-THE STORE ROOM AT 1810 A. Third avenue. Apply V. Dauber. TCX)R RENT BOUSE AT FOOT OF MOUNE A. avenue and Twenty-third street. Apply at 730 Nineteenth. FOR RENT A 4-ROOM HOl'SK KOl'TH skle of race track. South Kock Island. Apply to John Sherman In same yard. "CV)R RENT A FRONT AND BACK PAR A1 lor of new bouse, with bath privileges, with or without bourd. al ZTJ3 bixtb avenue. TjlOR RENT-EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE. FTR A7 nace beat, modern improvements. Uzl Twentieth street. Kent. Ita. Apply to Hayes & (lleavelaad, Bengston block. TjOR RENT EIGHT ROOM HOUSE, AJ Thirteenth street and Seoond avenue. Rent aw Apply to E. H. Stafford at Jackson A Hurst's office. FOR SALE A NUMBER OF VACANT lots In Sinnets addition; very central; within easy reach of tbe government ar-ensl, most of the large shops In Moline and tbe roundhouse of tbe Chicago, Rock Island A Pa eitic railroad. Anyone having the ready cash can buy one or all of them at a bargain. Also a few eottagea. Apply to F. M. gurnet, tut Firth avenue. MISCELLANEOUS. TNSTRfCTION GIVEN ON VIOLIN. CALL A- or address. M. Florence Chain be rllu, 1015 recona avenue. TOST-PAIR GOLD EYEGLASSES. nB J-J tween Seventeenth street and Seventh avenue and High school. Leave at this office ana receive reward. ttlTRTTE TO FULTON ft YEA OLE Y, TV Denton. Tex., If yon have accounts, notes or Judgments va. Texas parties that you Hcsirv kiuw or eumpromiscu. SALESMEN WANTED-BY HIGH RATED factory supplying free out II 1 and paying several agents over nu weekly cash. Brattice. r-euri. ,10 1 org. 1 PT-S25 WEEKLY. FIVE SALESMEN wanted lor our new patented 10-eent consumers' article. Onlv whni. sale to sell at sitrht to every store and barber shop. 115 S3 weekly salary by contract. Send for particulars and II value samples only 25 oents: S5 value II ; 112 only i Money order. uiicnuin iuiumers manufacturing com pany, Davenport, Iowa. FREE-TEA SET. LADIES. SEND US your fuU address, plainly written, and we will evnrewji von Ttnf mi. . aHj : . Arabian Perfumo packets (In powder form, Ul m;,ruv KiufCT, nunuKorcnieis, clothing, etc. I to sell among friends at 10 cents each. When sold, remit us tbe money (after deducting ex press charges) and we will send vou for your trouble a lovely decorated English tea set of 58 pieces (full size for family use. Each set Is artistically decorated In colors, tasteful leaf and flower pattern. The shapes are of latest style, which every lady will appreciate. Order at once and name nearest express office. Ad dress, Arabian Perfume company. Bridge water, Conn. AGENTS WANTED FOR "WAR WITH . Spam. ' Including battleson sea and land. Contains all about armies, navies, forts and warships of both nations and graphic story of the great victory of the gallant Dewey; tells everything about Sampson. Schley. Pitzhugb Lee and leading commanders, by Hon. James Rankin Young, the intrepid leader for Cuba libre In. tbe balls of congress. The greatest w ar book published: j0 large pages; 100 superb UlustmiouH. many in richest colors. Has large colored maps. Biggest book, highest commis stons. lowest price; only Sl.7. Each subscriber receives grand tl premium free. Demand enormous: harvest for agents: SO davs' credit; freight paid: outfit free. Write today. Ad dress the National Book Concern, Dept. It, 3X Dearborn street, Chicago. It rests with ym whether yov, eontiaos tas arrvs-kllUng tobacco k.Mt. K-T-lCrJ 1 "" a OrmiTr for Ubra. itnSI I I tine, pertfiM ta biunTV.. m 1 1. mTArta tores lost swnsoe.J -V AKT l??' mn H !aTr0"r "S rux?it mho g M II A-'t11 roach lot a. 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We have the Best Equipped Repair Shop in the west FOE BICYCLE REPAIRING And all kinds of job work. We also carry a complete line ol goes and bicycle sundries. JOHN KOCH, 218 Seventeenth's.. Market Squsie. t. K. RKIHT. T. & BEIOV. 4m Tm ffosa, eas Urn it iatarsA, Rtldy Bros. Real Estate. Insurance and Loans. loom 4. Mitchell A Lynde b'sg. relephone 1001. IEM0VAL OF IHt Architectural Ironworks Brass Foundry and Machine Shops Xakars of Heavy ai t Light Braai aai tods Casthws, Paltcra Making aaS Oca srsl Jobblag. lrss n BaUlng, Iras and Brasi Or I a, Offcs Ba'Uacs. Ajebw, Oatss sal FrDctrg, Irja Malrf, i oora, SaardsaadSbn'.tsrr.s . Shop and Offioe Cor. of Second Aye. ana xwontj-third St -LTri-Oity Railway Power House. Bocklstaod, 111. c j: r