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THE ABOUB, FKIDAT, JANUARY 24, 1896.
, THE ARQU&
Fib hM Dally ud Weakly at MM Second
Aeeaws, Bock Island, HI. Intend at U post
eflet m Mcond class matter.
J. W. FOTTKB
TKRK Dmlly. 10 mu pa wee. WmUj,
13.00 par ins am; Is adrance, SLM.
- An coamanlcaUo&s of a critical or nromenta
tlve character, political or religions, matt have
nil nam attached for publication. No men
article will bt printed orer Ictltloas signatures.
Correspondence solicited from aror township
la Koek Inland county.
Friday, Jaktabv 24. 1896.
Vax Bt res countr, Mich., made a
record last year of one divorce to
every ie,Tcn marriages. There were
36 divorces in the county daring the
Six head of fair-sized, entirely
sound horses were sold in the town
of Lake view. Ore., recently for an
avcrago of fG.60 each. One of the
horses brought only 1.50.
A ioj owned by a man in Addison,
Mich., walked back home a distance
of 40 miles recently. Its owner gave
it away, but the doff didn't like its
new homo and quietly trotted back
to its old kennel.
flTnruE is mnch talk in England
over the fact that Lady Somerset
(erred wine at a recent entertain
mcnt in honor of some friends and
relatives of her son's fiance. As the
lady is noted on two continents as a
temperance leader, the statement has
created a sensatisn.
Chairman His iikiisf.n says there
will be no meeting of the democratic
htate central committee until next
month and that the state convention
will not be held until some time in
May. Mr. IIinrich.en isn't nearly to
anxious to have a convention this
year, apparently, as be was 12 months
The Yellow (Jog Tear.
Yellow dog is the word all along
the line with tho machine men. A
yellow dog state tinket. a yellow dog
county ticket, yellow dog" congress
med, yellow dog national convention
A list of the 'prominent candi
dates" for tho Cook county olliccs
hat been printed. The pack has
heard tho cry. They come from
under the house, from the woodshed,
from vacant lots and alleys. Most
of them were onco in oflice and
were kicked oat by the people. They
have lived off tho offscourings of poli
tics for three or four years, holding
little inconspicuous "political jobs,
signing ase4nient roils, acting as
tipstaves and deputy sheriffs or
serving on grand juries.
They are hungry. They scent
Way for the yellow dogs! Chicago
From the above we infer that Hro.
Kohlsaat doesn't propose to allow the
yellow dogs" to play in his back
yard. It is sad to seo such lack of
harmony and good feeling among
the guiding spirits of the g. o. p.
Iltilo'e ravnrlte (?) Ho.
The report that Fornker will knife
McKinley at the first favorable oppor
tunity finds prominent believers in
Washington. F.vcry one knows or
ought to know, says a correspondent,
that Forakcr has no love for McKin
ley. It was Foraker who induced
McKinley to let the Ohio delegation
vote for him at the Minneapolis con
vention, notwithstanding his, Mc
Klnley', promise, to do anything be
could for Harrison. Foraker has told
the story and laughed at the box he
put McKinley in.
Foraker'a protestations of loyalty
for McKinley carry little weight
now. Foraker has the senatorship
secure and his grip on the Ohio ma
chine is unshakable. He is expected
to remain apparently loyal to Mc
Kinley until be finds a chance to do
a good turn for himself, and then to
knife him. One of the prominent
western representatives said to the
Chicago Journal correspondent, for
Instance: 'I know that Foraker has
said that if McKinley be elected he
will be re-elected. '"By that time,'
Foraker added, I will have finished
with the senate and the chance of
another Ohioan getting into the
(resident s chair would not be good.
Wit if Kccd, or Allison, or Morton
fhould be elected this time and re
elected. Ohio would then have a
hat Foraker meant by that,"
the Journal's authority concluded,
you can judge as well as I."
When Forakcr makes his break for
some one else the presentation of
Senator Sherman's name will sur
prise no one. All this may not elect
Sherman or ultimately help Foraker,
bnt it is calculated to give McKinley
a bad case of frights, if it does not
raah his present rather goodly
sized booiu into kindling wood.
A Marked IrirTsrenre).
The difference between Ben Cable
and Buck Ilcnrichscn is pretty well
known. The latter desires to suc
ceed Cable on the national commit,
tee. Had Hinrichsen been at the re
rent gathering of the committee be
woald have been scheming for some
thing for buck instead of fighting to
locate the convention in Chicago.
Cable is too valuable a man to be
considered in the sanje day withHin.
ricbieo. Hts caretr jb.a shown that
he is first for his country, next for
his party, third for his state, then
for his friends, and lastly for him
self. With Hinrichsen this proces
sion of devotion is exactly reversed.
When Cable was in congress he ran
only because bis admirers in that
district declared he was the sole one
who stood a chance of election. He
was the first democrat to be chosen in
that district for many seasons, and
be declined to run for a second term
after his successful election. That's
the kind of a man Cable is.
Lecky, MaraaUy and Gladstone. -
Mr. Lecky was perfectly right in de
clining, as a parliamentary candidate,
to answer questions concerning his re
ligions belief. But iu citing Macanlay
as an authority for bis reticence he is
not quite accurate.
The incident to which Mr. Lecky re
fers occurred nt Leeds in 1832. The in
terrogator was a cJirgymau, aud Macau
lay, after exclaiming, "Pot that man
upon a chair that I may see him," pro
ceeded to express hid regret that a min
ister of religion should exhibit so in
tolerant a epirit. But having exhausted
his iudignutiuu lie said, "Cieutlemeu, I
am a Christian. "
Macau lay lost his scat for Edinburgh
iu 18W ou a religions question, the
gricvauco against iiiiu being that he
had voted iu favor i,f the grunt to May
uooth, the training college for Irish
priest. Ou I hi subject Mr. Gladstone
took a curious and characteristic course.
When Sir Robert Peel, as prime niiui.-:-ter,
proposed the grant iu 1S-J5, Mr.
Gladstone was srere iry of state for the
colonies. He, like Macauluy, voted for
Mnyuooth. But finding that such a
vote was contrary to the principles laid
down in bis book on church aud state,
which ho so far recanted, he resigned
bis office so that hit motive for changing
his opinion could not bo impugned. Mr.
Disraeli taunted him with cs.uvnlsiug
parliament and tho country "over the
momentous question whether Irish stu
dents should sleep Ihrco iu abed or only
two." Loudon .News.
A rrmaikablo instance of tho impar
tial administration of justico is paid to
have occurred somo years iigo in a court
of Texas when a young Mexican, charg
ed with having stolen a pistol, was iir
raigned. He proved beyond all doubt
thiit the pistol was his own, and that it
had Lorn in his passrssion long beforo
tho alleged theft occurred.
Tho caso went to the jury at 12
o'clock, the usual hour of adjournment,
and the jury, who did not wish to be
kept until tho court opened again at 3
o'clock, hurried to givo in their verdict.
Tho foreman, who had boeu reclining
ia a peaceful attitude suggestive of
slumber during the hearing, turned to
bis companions saying:
"Well, boys, what' do you think?
Hadu't wo better give him two' years?"
"All right," responded a jnrymau.
"Put him through, or the judge will
"Go ahead," said another. "Wo
don't want to stay hero till 3 o'clock.
"But is he guilty?" inquired a
thoughtful old gentleman.
"Well, "exclaimed the foreman, after
a Mare of astonishment at this view of
tho matter, "if you think lie nin't guilty,
let's clear him !"
A verdict of "Net guilty 1" was speed
ily rendered, aud tho jurymen cheerful
ly rcjwircd to tho noontide meaL
The Ideal Panares.
James L. Francis, alderman. Chi
cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery as an ideal panacea
for roughs, colds and lung com
plaints, having used it in my family
for the last five years, to the exclu
sion of physician's prescriptions or
Rov. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have been a minister cf
the Methodist Kpiscopal church for
50 years or more, and have never
found anything so beneficial, or that
gave me such speedy relief as Dr.
King's New Discovery." Try this
ideal cough remedy now. Trial bot
tles free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's dru
Qlad Tidings to AHhmt Sufferers.
Lawson Elvidge, of Barrington,
111., states he was enred of chronic
asthma of long standing by Foley's
Honey and Tar. It cives positive re.
lief in all cases of asthma, so that
this disease, when not completely
cured, is robbed of all its terrors by
this great remedy. No sufferer
should be without it. 50 cents.
Take no substitute. For sale at M.
F. Bahnsen's drug store.
Bhenmatlam Cored Ian Day,
"Mystio Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action upon the system is remarks.
bla and mysterous. It removes at
onco the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
doso greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto (Irotjan, druggist. Rock Is
land and Gust. Schlegel & Son, 220
west second street, Davenport.
For Over fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gams.
allays all pain, cares wind colic, and
is toe best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
PUeel Piles! rueel
Dr. Williams Indian Pile Ointment win cure
Mind bleeding, oleemted and Itching pile. It
absorbs the tomors, allays the Itching at once,
acta a a poultice, five instant relief. Or. Tn.
Uame' Indian File Ointment Is prepared only for
piles and ttchmg of the private parte, and nothing
efee. Krcrj box la guaranteed. Sold by drucr-
ltt, sent by mail, foe Wceala and 11 per box.
WtlliMs Ilannfactarlnit company. Proprietors,
Cleveland. Win. Sold by T. H. Tbomae.
Children Cry for
BKATIXU OX TDX MISSISSIPPI.
BT MRS. MART E. DURHAM.
While sparkles the morning with frost gems
The wiuter-ciad "landscape, we haste to
And as on the river the first sunbeams
Our skates are made fast and we're off in
rast glittering islands and shining white
We glide, and the hours fly too quickly
What sport so inviting, what race so ex
citing, As this over ice fields at dawn of the day!
When cold moonbeam 3 shiver and freeze on
Though great dancing bonfires invitingly
And lamtliinly flash on dark figures that
To fade in the dlstnnee, we'll join them
And circle about there aud whirl in and out
The flickering red lights o"er the dusky
There's naught more elating than this per
On wide Mississippi, by night or by day.
A Uncoin T-ct-er.
Georeo Klneticb, editor of fho Lin
coln (Neb. ) Trrio Prose, has in his pos
session iu the hxidivritin cf Abraham
Lincoln, written i:i lo."", r.n interesting
letter. It was vrrUtrn to T. J. Pickett,
at one ti::ie rdifiT cf the Republican pa
per in Rock Is.!aud, Ills., who has given
it to Mr. Kluct.sch. It reads as follows:
SpttiMiKiLLn, Ills., April 1(1, 1SS9.
T. J. Pic-k.-tt. E.... :
My Dkak but Your of ths 13th is jnsst re
coiveti. My encasements ere surh that I can
not, nt nny very early ilcy, visit IUx-k Island
to deliver a lecturo or for cny other object. As
to tho other rnr.ttvr yo;i kindly mention, Jk
must, in candor, say I lo not cori-sider myself
fit for the jiresiuer.cy. I certainly am fluttered
and RnitiSed tint sor.'O partial friends think
of me in that connection, but 1 really think it
best for our cauo that no concerted effort
such as yon sut."sest should bo mado. Let this
bo considered confidential. Yours very truly,
A Hsle and Happy Old Ate
May be insured to ladies by using
Zoa-Phora at the critical period of
cnan;e 01 Jite. toia by i. a. Thomas
aud Marshall & Fisher.
Tis true; Foley's Honey and Tar is
the best cough medicine. For sale
at M. F. Bahnsen'b -true; store.
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Almost evervrinrlv to!
... " " . . "Jlll, iuauuvg
medicine to cleanse the svstem and keep the
LitR Regulator (liquid or powder)
?et all the benefits of a mild and pleasant
laxative anj tonic that purities the blood
and strengthens the whole svstem. And
more than this: SitiMn llvm ntm
LA"OK regulates the Liver, keeps it active
iiL-anny, ana wncn tlie Liver is in
eood condition you find yourself free from
Malaria, Biliousness, IndiRestion, Sick
Headache and Constipation, and rid of
;M' worn uui ana ueDiiuatej leeun"-.
rhese are all caused by a sluggish Liver.
jOOa dicestion anJ frw.lnm fmm cnm.,k
doubles will only be had when the liver
? i'ii)cnv at worK. ir iroupiej with anv
if these complaints, try SlAt.viONS Liver
REGULATOR: The Kins of Liver Medi
ws, and Better than Fills.
laa tho Z Stamp in red on wrapper.
J. H. Zeilin & Co Fhila-, Pa.
A Desk C'nlcrd.nr is n ticccpsitr most
convrnwt kind of rt rc1'onsc for mcm
oranfin. The Coljirliin I'tsk Calendar
w l-riqh-.rst and li.Mid-.omist of nil mil
of Jainty pen eketehen nmi cnUrtninirj;
thonjats on ont.l.Kir CT--rti.sc nnd sport.
OccaMoni'.tiy retinitis 3-011 01' the superb
quality of Columbia liicyclre and of
Tar need c.f on:-. Yon won't objiart to
that. 11 course. Tl'c Calendar will be
ina-lvd fr five il-ccnt starais.
Ad ires Ca'cniar Department,
PCPS RSAXUFaSTUSIJIG CQ
PIKEOLA COUGH BALSAM
la excellent for all throat inflaumetlone and for
tiv will inririiy
derive benefit frrm
its n-, as It avicil
batee the cooich,
llm easy, afiatir.
DtDre in restoring
There Is a lnnre per
rentage of tbore who
s appose their eassee
Xn bo coesQinptiaB
woo kt olIjt st lie r-ii-S
from a cl.ronic
cold oraecp wai-rt ronch. often aeravaicd hj
tatarrh. r or caurrn are E'y'e Team Balm. Both
remedies are pleauol to . ream Balm SOc per
bolile; Plnila Ba'sam -Ac at Draniete. In qnan
tiiiea of $1 su wili deliTer oa receipt of amount.
ELY BaOTHEB. U Venea EtKev Tort
won't do for
Sold by T. H. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, dm taints.
Chs. BLiriR, Manager.
Fun Makers. ,
CLOSING SATURDAY, JAN. 25
P.-ires Gallery 13c, Bilcony S5c, Lower floor
Cuis. Ti Kim, slanagcr.
Sunday, Evening Jan. 26.
In the Irish Comedy Drama,
EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA!
Grand testimonial and fare
well appearai.ee of
JOHN L. SULLIVAN,
The champirm of champions
in a boxlut; txliiuUiou wi h
Paddv Ryan, the ex-champion.
Prices S5. r.0, 75c and 1. Kceened seats at
uiener isroe jewelry store.
rnw BLEtrEB, Manager.
Monday Evening, Jan. 27.
Direct from the tch.U-r Th(at e, Chicago,
i he patitive t uccera.
for fair mm
ASocthcrn PTayof Romantic Intercrt by
Bass W bj tal nncler the direction of
FRAXK G. COTTER.
Presented wii alt ihe heantiful Sernle
and Artistic featnres iht ehirsctvrized
its triumph an he New York Kifth Ave
line theatre-thc ori'.-inal admirable ca t,
MR. AND MRS. RUSS WHYTAL.
Pricee $1. TSc, 00c and 25c.
Reserved scats at llleuer Uro3' jewelry sUre.
Rurtis Opera House,
Monday, January 27.
The Napoleon of Necromancers,
HERRMANN THE GREAT
In his Incomparable Entertainment,
AIDED BT - 1 Tn her bewilder-
Mine. HcrmsLDQ S D,nc croons t
Fcr the tlret time here nrnnann's
Latett Hypao-.lc Wonder.
Trices J1J0, l. TSe. 50c and Kc
Ecat rale at Flnke's Frday. Telephone t?.
The C.E.UK train wi'l poaiUTbly be hld
1 SALE A FIHST-Ct-ASS ORGAN AT
cheap rates. Apply at SIS I hint avenne.
OR RENT NRW 7-ltOM BOUSE. AWLT
ioLoi's tljldensopf, 13JU Ihlrd avenue.
WANTED-A FIRST CLASS COOK. ftOOnj
wages for the r"it Derson. Call at ma
FOR REST-NICK FLAT OF THREE POOMS
in Industrial H'tu-. Steam heat and na
8toe. Apply to T. U. Tnomas.
OR RENT TWO HOUSES 1 OOOT OR-
e-, in Tturd ari-rne, at f ana S10 per
YV3 CI1JU 1 I11IU BtCUUC
WANTED WOFK Off DELIVERING OR
drefs W . Norton, Wl Forty-first street, city
FOR RRNT-W) 4C'W O? LASH. WITH
hnnse and barn. In Rufr1 Prslrl bwn. h:n
Inqaire of Adam sctm.tt, liK-8 First avenue.
WANTFT) TO RENT OOOH OOTTARH
within two mite of lh i:ott-fll-. slih
range for 1.CW1 chickt-n'. D. P. K., j nous off ce.
WANTED FNGAOKMENTS BT A CERT1
ficd p'ofes'-ional nnrse, lats off anrbeater.
England. T- rms Ttry ressouaole. Apply 1518
WANTED A GOOTI HUSTLING SOLICIfOR
for wor tnronab the conntrr. Mint o-me
wen reemmeunea nn n thorooihly relitble
Address s. W. D , care of The Aruis
JB. MEYER H OPENER A FINBSKAT
. ina rink at Fonrth and Green ftM-.lhi-.n.
port. All modem accommotmiois. Electric
lik'hr. ete. (Itn fiir tho nnhlip . . 1 t -. .1
HARRY B IHVIN, WEAKER IN NEW AND
stennd-hnnd eoods, slso poods handled on
commisKion. Ca-h paid for all ralsaltle farni
tiire Bef Te hnviny gire.me a call 1111 Second
cuue, noca leiaca.
WANTED TO BUT FOR OA8H SECOND
hand soods of every dt-srription. Mony tn
losn on cha tels and ah anicles of value. Goods
s'orcd and sild oiieimmii'sion. lave your or-
ucr oh in. sucuiiu avenue. j. v. dones.
W "ANTED A RRMARLE LADY OR G?N
tlcmin to is-r hute samples and make a
tonse-t-hoafe rn' for cur vegetable toilet
soaps fl.1 to $7."a month easily m de. Atlttrc-e
Crofts & Reed, Hi to 83U Austin avenue. Chi
WANTED MEN WHO Wit.'. WORK FrR
85 a mr.nih salary or large cnnmf3ion
Benin? eiaiili g M.ds by atnile to dealers. Ex
penance unnen-sHary. Write us. Household
specialty company, 71 W. JTourth street. Cincin
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS TO KNOW
tllSt 'rVUl 1 .. . rill- .n.mTn4
kettle a'so Acme cke bca'er and It d Mir 'ier
polish. Is old by S'-t Ma perman. ntly loraied at
818 Toenty-Jonnh street. An S qimt kettle in-
wuuius e-rainr, psient cover, price gl .ou.
WANTED rnOLARS TO LEARN THE
i-rem-n Kn a i-.vstem at Ian Serond ave
nuf. '11 e comn ele svstem emlirures the model
complete invtruc irttis' In cutting, fittinff. French
basting and honintr "or only Silt. Usual :rice for
syaiern complete. i-'" lira M. E. Lawson.
WANTFD-GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF ALL
kindd who cm f-irush r.:ft-n i c to nre
Ttis Asur-w:int colunin. t'al's are received at
th'S f'fth-e daily foi- domest'es, etc., who can come
well rre itmn.-ndi d. Tiy th s column for a situa
tion ana ir rou are reliable you will i;ct one.
(HI HO TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
kPlvV cannot teaoh to draw a crayon por
trait by nor patent mothed in three lessons We
paj onroiipiiR fliito Sl per week: to work for
ns at home, evenitiirs or st aie time. Pend for
work anil pirticular Merrninn & heymonr, S18
90am SLXiu slrec:, Pbiladclphia, l'a.
II ADAM DRU-ILLA, THE fPANISn MIND
reaovr ar.d lortun-- teller, the o. ly.Spni'h
mini r iijer t hut ever visited this c tv ; eventn
unu-Jhterof the third caneiatlin. Madam lrn
sil a Via b- en gifii'd by ,oil with a won etfu
gilt of tatnre to -venl the msteri s nf vonr fu
ture rheMlsthe. pr.Jt, pe-en! and f-itnre by
the planet on were lcm under: a'-o ihe mimes
or your rrlends and enemies, and of your 'uture
compani. na; slowhnt hnclnt-s-i ion a e ndamed
to. Micntell jon wh re to snd rnylhi a lust
or tulen he csn te'l on eb Mit abent friends.
whether l vioa or dead, he run tell wneth-r
companions are fal.e or triu : a-so what part cf
tne r .untnr is iifkit-sl for voii. Thnrouifh satis
fa-tion (liven. No. 1011 Vonnh avenue. Rock
1MIU3. rmr; irom to iu p. m.
Desires to lit projwrty for sale,
and will look wfler and person
ally supervise renting, etc., for
Loans a Specialty
Represents a reliable line of
high class insurance companies.
Room 2, Buford Block.
Seventeenth St- and Second Avenue
Q nirfceatn't EatJ.h IWsiliS Rraaw.
arc. alway. rtibe. coia.a
I7ercit fer Chuhrttrr m KmI,aM ft,
-vsmW sVrenw. H ao4 va'tlc
'mx9. wak4 vita bta ribt. Tak
la SJtfceerW V'Ste 4axwrTwl. WUkstUU'
. taasra tar anfectar. ttiaib anl
Relief IWIU1lc.' ra Utur, try rttmrm
iwywiu!LiBM. jaa fomtr.
Will find something sailed to their wants in onr superb collec
tion of new and standard publications. This season the old
favorites are in attractive new dress, beautifully printed and
illustrated, and cannot fail to make acceptable presents.
Dr. Miller's Year Book.
Golden Words For Daily Counsel.
Address by H. Drnmond.
Spirit of Love, by Frederick D. Man rice.
There Go the Ships, by C. H. Spurgeon.
Selected Poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Building of Character, br by Rev. J. R. Miller.
Silent Times, by Rev. J.'R. Miller.
Helen Jackson's Poems.
Out of the Heart. Poems for lovers young and old.
The above books are bound in dainty conceptions of Ivorin
and white and gold, hand painted; also in flexible Morocco.
Sorrows of Satan, by Maria Corelli. About Taris. by
Richard H. Davis. As Others Saw Him A Retros
pect. Speeches of Abraham Lincoln, by Chittenden.
The Day of Auld Lang Syne A continuation of Beside
the Bonnie Briar Bush. A Daoghter of the Kinjr, bv
Grant Alien. The Comedy of Sentiment, by Dr. Max
Nordan. Works of Eugene Field, Whitcnmb Riley.
The above is only a partial list; there are others too numerous
to mention. Call early and have your choice of these beauti
ful editions. m
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Pianos with Music Drawers.
Pianos with Electro-Gold Wires.
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Music Books a large stock of 50c folios just received.
Sheet Music largest stock in the state.
All Musical Goods.
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HKATINO ASTD TEbTTILATISTO KKOINKKB.
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Contractors and builders.
All kinds of earpentee
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
ALL OF OUU CLOAKS AN!) FUR CAPES, NEW AND IUY,
AT PKICES TO CREATE A SENSATION. AliSOl.UTELY THE
BEST VALUES EVER OFFERED THE PEOPLE OF JIIETUI-CITIES.
Jote Mow we Slasli The 111.
I 6 00 Jackets Reduced to f 3 75
Tarn O'ihanten, jnat the thing for
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irVou Want a
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Warm all the time.
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
Offices in UOCK ISLAND and MOUSE
General Jonbtng done oa ebort aoUce
and aatiaf actloa fnarsai I
9 12 0 Fnr Capes Red need to 9 95
15 00 " 10 00
20 00 " " 12 00
25 00 " 16 00
20 00 Plnsh Cloaks H0u'
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