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THE ARQUga AlOJjjTOAY, 3IAKCH 23. X896.
Dclrtjs to Iiit property for sale,
and will look fcltr and person
ally supervise renting, etc., for
cbiii lo resident!.
Loans n Specialty
K-prripnts a reliablo line of
fal'h clats insurance companies.
Room 2, UviforJ ttlck. .
Seventeenth St. and Second Avenue
Bcpresocticg among other lime-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the fallowing:
H lif Vrr"j las Jo.
W T-nl Fits .
Sl 1 4 'mr-tOD .
Urfnr " t m .
N-w il.mv-Mrs " .
..JUhe?tr, M I
hie, N v
...... Mar.rhe.ur P I!
.....Maw Hares. Cum
s i . Mac u cj
OHr Corner Llphteenta ttrep
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1017. '
J ;VI BUFORD.
Trur 1 atrxnaa n ir.c'to-t,
A t 'IIHUVa.
. 0. JOSHSt-Lt . D. MOTS LT.
Coruily it Cor.rtUy.
Afrrnj at Law.
ffl orrnJ .r, kMI Jt LjJf
las. Mqtisy to tola.
Ja,C&sCa & IlUTfct.
Attorneys &l La.
or.tt ia Rook Island SstSonal Bank balnln.?.
1 Bw SWISSI.
O. L. WSi-StS.
Sw.wTiey Ae Wall?,
Attorces nj Con nee Hot e l
Office to btngrtti' Plata.
Charloa J. tie&rie.
Attorn1 nt Liw.
Lata' b& t.r of ait irv'. Dnruptr su-nitc
V, .r-0-n7 of hot in conn;
MclUalry & ItcEnlry.
Attorney at Law.
lott tta'if "a fti4 ati.l.i Uk eo'.'ee
lot, il l .v "u.hi:i Lruus, baiiars
IBM ri4'0 ' Iik..
Drack 2c 2eru
Arihueets and Superintendents
'fca 71, Mitchell A Lynda bnlldlcg. Sccocu
Goo P. Oi&uiTih&r,
ffl ar.1 ts7n'irr Itr.rs fr ' ' o'
n -1 -iff. Rww i an a, aUicb.il Lrod.
ba.M'is rasa e'var.
Dr John E llawthoru-,
Dental Par'or, otvf K.in A tllanii jer t
Urcg itoro, Tblrd AvA&a Twatllutb iUmL
Tt IMa-t anwlntramu fnr at;id dental work.
Hoary Gaeye, Prop.,
Cut Flowers and Designs of all
Ct roro. 1 T SoaonJ stum. Tttopbon lt:a
13 f. "W. II Ludewlg,
Specialist of Eje. Ear, Nose
MTt In Tm miuiu't new baU4!ntr, oorner CT
;a;a.fc nrwi rj laird aas. Bock IaUad.
Dr. CV.a. M. liobertson.
Ee, Esr, Nose aad Throat Only.
Ir. ,t:trT BWk, -mr )
TiUil rl( rma, HH4, Va
vaiatt1aa4ka. Imi lHUa.aV,f ulr.k
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D V.U: I-.Vr.Ii Micr frcia rv:U ncr-viiu:-iiti?
V'!ii::i cvrry nrrTesot'riH'd
to quiver Cit'i a !ruliar, rruvoT
fi-riin;;. f,r:t in our p'.i-p, ami then atiutuur
and ail Ftn uirrt lirunly to ron'crtrate in a
ritlnu; Jumijlc iu tliu l-n:n. and you be
come Irrilnliii, fr-:fui r.:id peevish: to be
fulluwiil ty an ii;n!tfr.t, TriMi.riiia coadi
tion of tl.j utTve r;'nti.'r, r::'-m iu the
cars, ami tkci.i' , tisorai,!a u:rhu?
irs. Ku?ci:o ?nar!c3,
113 SiCictca Si., E1L
hirt, luti., says: "Ner-vou:-
troablei! hail made
mo ticariy insane aud
phy?ioiaris were unabic
to hciD rue. My memory
was almr.t pona on-i i vrry littlo thing
worriKl mo until I was niioo.-t distractcii.
I rcaily fi I rai i.c'ori.it:g a maniac I
lma?inf-l all -tirts of evil things and wotiM
cry over notliij.::. I rut.'.tiu-in.vil taking Pr.
Miles' Ki s'onllvo Nt-rviuu ai.il four hottli'S
of 11. Ls irmi' l rul remedy cnn:;ili-ti;!y cured
ruu. ami I aw aj wull nuur as I ever was."
Ir Mil.V Nt-rrino i sohl on guarantee.
Critlx.lllo v.ill lx n fit or money n fumied.
A PE77 FACTS.
TLo.-c who cnnteuipinto a winter'
tri- to this aiuiaWe climate will bear
n mind the
SIG FOUR RCUT
I the "Best Lino" geographically
and bnbjt'intially from a'l points
Eai'.. NorCheaHt," North, Northwest
and V.ct. Solid trains of uiagniii
fcnt Wr.cncr Buffet Sleeping Cars,
lJufT)t l'arlor Cars, i-leant Coacthc
tnd Dininj; Cars daily from New
Vork, Huston, Duffalo, Cleveland,
Columlms, S:uidiiky, Chicago, St.
I.oui', I'eoria, In-.!:iirJspoln and in
:vtiuediate points Vi Cincinatti.
triiere liiri'rt. rriiint'i?t.iikn w t,it4il, !n
CVntrnl U'nion Station, without trans-
or across itio city, with Through
Train of l'lillninn Slcppinsf Cars to
Jnfk.o!ivil.e, via tho Queen & Cres
jfTit lUuto nnd Louisville & Nash
fur foil riartirrt:rs cjj cn Agont "Big Four
it'ifite or atMicafl
i. o. xr.zzYizz,
i'a'. Trkllie il sT.
S. B. TU2TIV.
Oen'l Paca. A Ticket A7I
W. EVER fCC
SOLD FOR Tyi
FOR SALE BY mJ? 0
IHt SBOVE RESULTS,
11 ijihi klv urn) rnirf ly ri
riv. Nt-rviiutiifNi. fmiUMic.v,
N" sht'r Kitiisi .n.. Kvl Iir.-ani!l.
VKli:4i fllai..4 ri:i1 u'd rlTWIA Of Hlf-fiU Of
af'l liKliarmion. TWIl Lnt Vitality,
rjwr an J Fntlir.ir Mflntrr. Warrla ofT Itiliatiitv
a:i.l ronai:mri:i.ii. 'uri-5.l -nail .i:i.fr fall, lnvst
tl llavli t T. t.l. no f'Ur. Cull trtrrltil l.i
Ih rrt p,K-kt. I;r mail Sl.llOprr pack-ice or s.
f"t J..oo Kitb a ciaran:e to lira or Wfaud
the ln-T. I'i.i-ular Frje. Addre
CALLNLT (V.EOiClNE CO-, CHICAGO, ILL
rr 'e hy V-nVV.I Fiahcr and Ilarts Jt
ILcffli'lu, d u.KUla.
'ftnas er imitation.
!:- J.-'.-.,lfc? S
reesLC cvll druoG'Sts oaf
JACH5CH f.!EQ!CALCQ. CHICAGO ILL
a Donl foke mv substitute J
t!i Ihc ratine rvirr.c' but diferent h
2??r!ling ortwhicliourdruist 5
m-'l-.c? lwicc .is much 5
ttRC Of IMITATIONS
A. 3. fUm, raorth ST, ssd (3rd St.Eocl Ialud
MAXY ODD REMEDIES.
MAN OIL, ANT SPIRITS AND OTHER
CURIOUS THINGS USED.
Thnae Who Cm Them Firmly Believe la
Their Virtaea Drug Clerks' Supply the
Demand by Giving Harmless Substitutes
aad Charging Fancy Prices.
"Ayo want dees filled wit man oiL"
With this tho Fpeaker, u rawboned,
stolid looking Swedo, handed a dirty,
two onuce vial across the conuter of a
Division street drug store to the clerk.
Without saving a word or moving a
muscle to indicate astonishment at this
singular request the clerk took tho vial
and disappeared liehiud the prewrription
case. Iu a uioment lie reappeared, and,
handing tho vial hack, remarked iu an
Being asked to tell something abont
the traffic iu tho fat of human beings
tho clerk grinned.
"I gavo the fellow two onnces of sim
ple cerate and charged a fancy price to
impress him with tho genuineness of tho
'man fat,' " said ho. "I eeo uo harm in
tho deception. Tho fellow has unbound
ed faith ia the virtces of man oil, and ho
wouldn't be happy nntil he believed he
hud some. Ii I didn't sell him some, he
would find a druggist who would. Tho
simplo cerato will do him just as much
good as man oil. We often have calls for
remedies as absurd as this. We always
fill them cut of tho simple cerato bot
tle if it bo an oil, or some ether harm
less drug if it bo something else."
Investigation disclosed the fact that
tho various portions of tho city have their
peculiarities in beliefs as to the efficacy
of various nnnsual remedies. In tho
Swedish settlements man oil is believed
to have marvelous virtues in aches aud
paint; when applied externally. Over in
the Ktockyarils region and iu the sou Hive-1
portion of tho city dog's grease is
held in hig'i repute as a specific for con
sumption. Tho men in charge at tho dog
pound declare a great iimuy of the doga
that como to an uutimely end in tho
deal h chamber thcro nro converted into
a superior article of coil liver oil for the
uso of consumptives. They doclare that
a number of "doctors" regularly visit
tho pound and select nice, fat dogs,
which are slaughtered by tho attendants,
to bo rendered into oil for tho alleged
physicians' patients. Not ouly this, but
tiio patients themselves often send rela
tives or friends to tho pound to get dogs
for this purpose. Usually the attendants
kill and dress tho dogs, receiving a
small fee for their trouble. Sometimes
tho dogs are taken away to be killed.
Ouo dealer said he usually got from half
a gallon to a gallon of oil from a dog;
that tho greaso resembled lard oil in ap
pearance; that tho oil had no disagree
able cdor if the dog was young; that
tho dose was a tahlespoonful threo times
a day. An interesting feature brought
out was that after a person had once used
dog's greaso other remedies would havo
no effect whatever on him. '
Out on Milwaukee avenne rainworm
oil and nut spirits are held in high re
pute. The druggists have frequent calls
for theso remedies and they always fill
the prescriptions, tho former out of the
olive oil bottle and tho latter with alcohol
slightly colored. The Germans believe
both remedies aro valuable for external
nso for all sorts of aches and pains, in
cluding rheumatism. The ant spirits are
also taken internally. In a standard
German pharmacopoeia, Dr. H. Hager.in
tho edition for 187(5, gives aformnla for
making the ant spirits. The directions
given are to take ten parts of ants to two
parts of alcohol. The ingredients are to
bo rubbed ia a mortar and left to stand
for two days. Tho resulting colorless
liquid is then ready for use for rheuma
tism, paralysis and the like.
Suako oil is regularly quoted in some
drug price lists. A man named Schnh
nt Cairo, Ills., is engaged in its manu
facture. John Jones of 1'henix, A. T.,
devotes his entire timo to tho manufac
ture cf rattlesnake oil for which ho
gets $1 a pound, the purchaser to pay
express charges. Snako oil is reputed to
be valuable, for rheumatism. Ho comes
to tho city occasionally to work np
Skunk oil is in considerable demand,
also for rhemnatism. Tho skunk oil is
obtained from tho skunk farms, where
tho animals aro bred for their skins.
Belief in these remedies is often found
among American born people.
Ia all parts of tbo city there is a
good trado ia "love powders," the pur
chasers usually being of the servant girl
"When a girl comes in after 'love
powders, " said a drug clerk on .North
State street who often has occasion to
fill such orders, "I give her n little sug
ar of milk, which is absolutely innocu
ous, if she wants it for herself, and tell
her to take two doses a day. If she
wants it for her 'fellow,' sho usually
asks for the magic drug in the shape of
candy. Iu that case I give her some
worm Iczenges. Tho dregs must give
satisfaction, for tho orders are fre
quently refilled." Chicago Tribune.
Genesis of Cotton la America.
The first planting of cotton seed in the
colonies was in the Carolinas in the
year 1621, when seeds were planted as
an experiment in a garden. Winthrop
ays that in 1643 "men fell to the
manufacture of cotton, whereof we have
great stores from Barbados." In 1736 it
was cnltivated in the gardens along
Chesapeake bay, especially in the vi
cinity cf Baltimore, and at the open
ing of the Revolution it was a garden
plant in New Jersey and New York,
but its real value seems tohave been al
most unknown to- the planters cp to
about 110 years ago. St. Louis Re
public. Again the New Woman.'
"Are yon doing anything with your
camera now, Madge?"
" Yes, indeed. A burglar got into our
room the other night, and Nan held him
while I took his photograph by Sash
Upht "Chicago Record,
AN IMPRESSIVE SIGHT.
Xhe BemarksMa DemonBtration SZado Ev
ery Friday by the Jews In Jerusalem.
The Jewish population in Jerusalem
Is said to be about 12,000, uud it is
stgadily increasing. I entered two of the
synagogues, but their dirtiness, poverty,
and bareness, and the absence of beauty
and taste in their decoration, formed a
gTeat contrast to both Christian and
Mohammedan edifices. The Jews, how
ever, make ono most reiuurkublo dem
onstration in Jerusalem every week. On
Friday evening, just before the begin
ning cf the Jewish Sabbath, they repair
in great numbers to a spot facing a
piece of the old wall, and there bewail
the fate that has overtaken the Holy
City. The "wailers." as they aro some
what rudely called by English visitors,
include Jews of every class and every
age. Some I saw wore rich aud costly
gaberdines, and others the same gar
ment of more common material. There
were Jews of nearly every nationality,
including Russia and Poland, and many
of them wore tho lovelock which is pe
culiar to the children of the tribe of
A more impressive and pathetic sight
it would bo impossible to imagine. The
whole company stand with their faces to
the wall, and they chant, not together,
but each ono for himself or herself, a
litany cf lament ever the fate of the
City of David. The litany is iu Hebrew,
aud every ono present had with liini tho
Hebrew prayer book. There is no unison
or harmony iu this recitation of sorrow
and humiliation. Each one as ho arrives
begins to deliver his lamentation, bond
ing frequently to tho wall, which he bo
lioves to bo a remnant of tho old city
Whilo tho "wailing" is at its height,
one hears a general, confused, but peuo
t rating note of woe. Of the intense sin
cerity of this weekly service there cau
bono doubt. Many of those who take
part ia it aro deeply moved. Some nf
tho men and nearly all the women (for
women also tako part in it) wvro shed
ding teats. Tho Turks, no doubt, view
the performance with complacent scorn,
but in its combination of patriotism and
religion it alt'ords a striking tasfimony
of tho vitality of the Jewish race.
Professor Angolo Heilprin, the dis
tinguished physicist, indorses tho state
ment made by Dr. Gregory of tho Brit
ish museum that thero exists iu eastern
Africa, occupying a very considerable
portion cf its extent, a narrow and in
places a very deep trough, in which the
great lakes and many of their tributaries
are located, and which, with a more or
less open and depressed lowland, com
municates with the basin of tho Red eea,
and yet further with the Dead sea and
to the valley of the Jordan that is, ac
cording to Dr. Gregory, there runs from
Lebanon, aud then almost to tho cape,
a deep and comparatively narrow valley,
margined by almost vertical sides, aud
occupied cither by tho sea, by salt steppes
and old lake basins;, and by a series of
over 20 lakes, of which only ono has an
outlet to the sea a condition of things
absolutely unlike anything cn tho sur
face of the earth ; indeed, tho presence
of such a rift, for this it appears to bo,
can only bo compared with tho long
lunar rifts which havo so long puzzled
astronomers. To Professor Suess, the
eminent geologist of Vienna, is attrib
uted the first demonstration that over
large areas of the earth's surface tho
crust has been steadily breaking through
in tho direction cf the earth's center,
and that tho crust has been torn and
rifted throughout all timo by tho sub
sidences of eartli blocks, and he, many
years ago, pointed out tho probable ex
istence of this vast Afro-Asiatic trough.
Speechless and Swollen,
A story at the expense of Sir William
Harcourt is worth repeating. Before his
recent departure for tho continent the
ex-chancellor of the exchequer spent
some time at the seaside, and on ouo oc
casion visited a man-of-war lying on the
After dinner, the weather proving
rather rough, tho captain, an unusually
small and dapper man, suggested that
Sir William should sleep on board, and
thoughtfully surrendered his own berth
for tho night to his distinguished guest.
Next morning, at the early hour when
tho captain usually rose, the latter's
sailor servant, who knew nothing of the
change of berths, brought a cup of coffee
to the cabin door cud knocked once
or twice without receiving an answer.
Somewhat alarmed, the servant popped
in his head and asked :
"Don't you want your coffeo this
The ouly reply was in tho natnro cf a
growl, and the terrified sailor behold a
gigantio figure turning over under the
bedclothes. Dropping the cup of coffee,
the faithful servant rushed to the ship's
"For goodness' sake, 6ir, come to the
captain at once. He's speechless, and
swollen to ten times his natural size."
The Gate Where "poor Joe" Died.
"Tom All Alone's," the dismal
graveyard in Russell court, Drnry lane,
immortalized by Dickens in the Poor
Joe episode of "Bleak House," is now
almost an open space, owing to the
extensive demolitions in the neighbor
hood. The old dismal passage and steps
have gone, and the yard is paved and
laid out as a poor children's gymnasi
um, but the sullen looking gate with
the rust eaten bars still remains, and is,
like tho space, ia the custody of the
London common council. London
Why Ha DfdVt Take His Wife to Bid.
A professor of mathematics in an east
ern college is so completely absorbed in
bis profession that he ia becoming more
and more absentminded every day. Not
long ago he said to one of the students,
"Yen see, I wanted to take my 'wife
opt for a drive and give her some fresh
air, bnt when I came to make prepara
tions I suddenly remembered that I
ever had a wife," Golden Day. - ,
16 E. H. Gayer to John 6. Oliver,
lot 1, block 155, town of East Moiine,
M. 15. Pitts to George Loclh. lot
2. block 10, Old Town of Molinc,
H. A. Russell to A. S. Metzgar,
Tart lot 3, block 3. Osborn'rf First
add.. Molinc. $1,200.
John G. Corbin to James M. Cor
bin, lots 9. 10. 11. 12 and 13, block
56, Town of Watertown, $ 150.
R. R. LeQuatt to V. II. Womacks,
blocks 72, 92 and 93, Village of Illi
nois City, $150.
Benjamin Dill to EH Mosentel.ler.
e nwj sw (except lot 2) 23, 17. Sw,
2wJ nw 33. 17, 3w, $1.
Kli Mosenfelderto F.liza E. Dill, el
nwj nwj (except lot 2) 29, 17. 3w
nwj nwt 33. 17. 3r, $.
A. C. Tillard to Paul Ohaver. lot 4,
2. 1G, iiw. $200.
17 William C. Keeley and Luln B.
McCall to Isabella Keeley, lots 1 and
14. Sheppard's sub div.", outlot 21,
Port Byron, $20. v
Jennie Baker to Louisa D. Baker,
part lot 4, Mrs. E. S. Webber's sub
div., outlot 23. 35. IS. 2w. $1. .
Otto A. Carlson to Frank O. Carl
son, one-half lot 1. block 2, Healy's
subdiv., Moiine. $175.
W illiam and Ella llaupt by guar
dian to James Clesr, part lo'ts 1, 2
and 12, block 1, old town of Coal
Henry llaupt by heirs to James
Clfljrjr, part lots 1. 2 and 12. block 1.
old town of Coal Valley. $539.
Gustsv Jaeschke t- F. II. Han is.
wl lot 1. Mock 11, Pitts, GilbcM-t &
Pitts' secontl add.. Moiine. $1,250.
James Bailey to John V. Bailev,
sj no', 2. 10, lw, $1,000.
18 Henry S. Case to B. F. Bho
donbaugh. lot 14. Itrashar's sub div..
South Rock Island. $l,S0O.
Glavc's Eager Spirit.
Among tho youug officials who were
waiting appointments at Loopoldville
was Mr. E. J. Glave. He appeared to
be a slim, tall boy of IS or 19, but dur
ing tho few days I remained nt Loopold
ville I saw that he was a man of char
acter, well educated, fond of sketching,
and eager for active service. I was al
ways on the lookout for willing spirits.
Every European secined willing enough
when ho first landed on the river, but
very few, after an experience of the
fever, long retained that willingness.
However, Glave condemned his inac
tion, and when offered a chance of prov
ing his mettle and ability at Lukolelu,
became aglow with animation. Eeury
M. Stanley in Century.
Backlen's Arnitia Halve
The best s&lve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
bauds, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is gu ar
te teed to ;ive' perfect satisfaction, or
Qjoney refunded. Prioe 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts 4 Cllemejer.
Rheumatism Cored In a Day,
"Mystio Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action npon the system is remarka
ble and mysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, dmgrgist, Rock Is
land and Gust. Schlegel & Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
Tho Crdinpo. a peculiar water inspnt
propels itself with a pair of paddles
which both in shape and general appear
ance closely resemble those in use by
Children Cry for
Perhaps this ia the most exciting
scene in that wonderful Serial
But that stirring story has so
many lively episodc-s that it is
rather hard to say just which
crisis is the most important
Read It and
Decide for Yourself
:.!iVW.'.. AV: -tlV .Hj
One jast Scsrf Pin Iot 12.fe'
" t 2 Coupons anil 13 cts.
WE WILL ALSO
SSt Link Sleeve Buttons llSfiS"
l 2 Coaponj and CO cti
You wiH find ene coupon inside ecch 2 ounce bag, and
two ccupons laaidc each 4 ounce bag of
SCH3 COUPONS WITH N HE tn ADDRESS TO
BLACKmi'S BCKHAH TOBACCO CO., DITHBAM, If. C.
Buy a bag of this Cok'umU d Smoking TuIkhto. anj read the
coupon, w.uch gives a hst ol other premiums and how to get them.
2 CENT STAMPS ACCEPTZP.
would be tlimcult for me to find l:im. -
case one of Nervous rjiranpTiRjfl nnd
i'3 mure iitKiiiK our ir. ivuy s
ar miimt vM-uviut-nior worry mium cause frruul rrostratiov. wire mo nervousness.
w 2f neadaelie, imlicvstioq nnd ucvere voinitliiir mhit h nt times V-it u; continually (or't
n "w"' tiinTjuti.is iii'iiL-i'i .ii my
w vv iii'sn una nisi n.'m iy mi id aiy nn.r. tne
r Wti'ifil terribly with my s-ouiu.-li. K
w T iinyMi-innn wltnuuL i?el
inr anv rein f.
VKay's Kenovntormiil I le'an lo1ni;inipnssiii?i'ns I tiM.k It n:i! tliti tltitnt was
ivonilerful. No one was enr t fuetite.l m.ef Ui mi I m-r t-oiilil tn v I e nrnni Hi uiU-Va J
rtil rorsut'ha i:in:ii-t-iis ir. Kuv's
As soon as I In-l-uii to imimiye mv Luir
1 could not eioteialo my case nor tliu
Ltir.iles the Kbt.ln ;-ysti :ii --ml ruriilt
n-rti. ti-a -Vi--,i . i .-I.- n-.
vv"i ou are at lilvrtvtopuMih th' forthebonrflt of oihorsif vnuilcs're " It l n pos'-t J
avtive cure for the worst ri ol .lyntK-psi:.. constipation, liver ami kiilney ili-eies." S a.
jfrawl all nervous inml I 1-1 ilise;.v... hi ttii:ieln-, I liiousne-.s. tll-i.ilen, v, femalr? 4
0& V illlil V
K&STW.2&Vi:&$&J& & MANY JOfiriit AS
rTistrtor i(nt ly xuu!Un rct.-'i-l of price
r from our Westt-rn rtir.ee. nr. H. J. Kr vr
jr-w lflC't'ljSrgtVL.l I
Frva Par Cent Interest Paid on D. posits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real atu Eoanty.
t If Booed, Pretldonl
Joms fatnucaa. Vies PrsslaatiU
P Osiiims.it, Caebier.
Bcgsn tisineiB July S, 18V0, and ocevpr tbe
K. eor. MltebaU Lvade'i new btUldiax.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
an Units T arsBs
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
a .'ara a.
T vbl t9r Ewnur Orcsas. aniutas
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