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TOP ABOUO. SATURDAY. JTJTTE 6 1CC0.
"The North Pole made use of at last." 55
Always at the front and wherever
"BATTLE AX" goes it is the
biggest thing in sight. It is as re
j markable for its fine flavor and quality
8 as for its low price. A 5 cent piece
g of "BATTLE AX 'Vis almost as
p large as a 10 cent piece of any other
equally good tobacco.
When a Visitor
thfi boasewifo eon always
offer a delicious lancheoa
if she lias Van, Camp's
rune ana jseaas in the
houttc. Always ready to
serve ana always pala
table. At oil Grocers, roc,
rye and 20c.
Jfrnrf la stamps tor
VAN CAMP PACKING CO..
r,rrywbrrr,mnT he raltrd tiy thl lady
rl prrienor. Tnownna nn, inrw,;n
the earn mean found new lilc and hcullh.
It Wai t M,ta
m4 M mm h mm mm- I "
I lM ,. mm m t M
IMaMjIWI KIU. MkMUMMM
" '"! C1 DCTTOtJ, Batata Cay. Sen,
A rr.eirltv of the women of rrrcy Cora
ntuutty, antler from miidc form of
M'inv kti aiwlM anralkl. l-'or tbeae
rculplnlnt that ne nbanluti-ly atr
anil are treatment. - tut niivr ,
I.h-.II an. I Mrrtte Tuna.- to lmU tip thi
rw:illh. I'rlrc SI tnl,
mir nerd Imth. Thta common-etna
pi 1 a appeal to the mf or all. I-mllra
run curt- t hvmsrlrr at htmie. Kclicf
Cam irrmajiunt. ohl CYcrT-
J A NIPT CC "'" "' MpM,
Oill'll JLCJ liMimrtlrrTrritiwcn i
h of or our f REE,!
VICTOR ntDICAL ASS'S,
OUTH BtNO, mo. f
Utt ! J. 8aeot, Aent,
ItUTkltti-Mvmaw Itock Iiiaod
Thc above REsutTsJ
It itunalv and nrlT I
WnMin divaan and all ftna of a-KwViwt cr
yi and IndMmtxm. IUMia Lupi vtiailty.
IW,i iml I'vllai MvirMrr. WkhI ofT IiimiiIij
aMt rnBumptlon. CurvitwhrtaUolmifiill; Inabtt
n nnvtna VITAt.lM. DiMfefr. Cnn Iwrarrwd In
lh T-M porkt-U lly mail $1.00 IMT pat ksur aia
r. .Oltrui a naran'M to t nr orltrfond
th Moiwt. (tn-alar Fraa. Adtlna
CALUMET MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. ILL
. ror Htla by HantaU M nfcat- and Bana
I lUatarar, dnuvUla.
K II. BRIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND MOUSES TO BKNT. "
Office 160S Second Are., Book Island.
. Baia oakaad 40 Wa ta 8oa Bosk lalsad oa
tmj trrm; )tuH oaMlde I ha dt Uaiit.; pxid
vau-f :la uxc.aad cbaap tBraraaea. Tea lota
aa Tlnrty-aiatith Hmt uJ F'.naastk avaaM.
A naataoiaf lota of puyerj u lb City Ua
cr. I cottSar.
Sawed building stone.
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
tone doe not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plana sent
n for estimates will receive
caref nl attention and be returned
promptly at onr expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B..Q.CK.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
tone any size desired.
Samples of Stone aod Photos of
Buildings can be seen at Boom
No. 1?. Mitchell & Lynda's build
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona, 111.
Four out of Ave who
of " the bines," are but
paring the penalty of
early exceaaea. Vic
tims, reclaim your
manhood, regain yonr
Tienr. tnnt despair. Send for book with
explanation and proofs. Mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
The oily safe, sure end
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially IHtnmmni ' ,a
married Ladies. Ask for
and take no other. Setd fob ctbctlab.
Price $1.00 per box, 6 boxes for $5.00.
OR. KSTTS CHE81CAI CO., GMhet Cda
bold kf T. U. Ttwava. dttiaCUS,
TABIFF THE ISSUE.
Perry Heath Hinte at a Straddle
on the Currency. -
KTDSlirr AWAITS TEE PLATFORM
Aaat Win Msad 8nsrcly Therem Wkat
over It PeeUrea gaya Ohio. InaUaan mm
nilamto Kepnbllcana Are Sot MUif Fl
anea Bradley Deadee Hia Withdrawal
tram tka Presidential Baca Bland and
Doles n ftrkaaiaa, ' ,
St. loos, Jnne 6. As yet none of the
Laden who are to take part in the Repub
lican national convention have arrived.
Iiocal politicians say that Marcus A.
Han no, the leader of the McKinlcy forces,
wilt reach here next Tuesday, and that
Thomas C. Piatt, who has charge of Levi
P. Morton's campaign, will come two
days later. The only out-of-town men
who will play any prominent part in the
convention 'who have as yet arrived are T.
C. Byrnes, sergcant-at-arms of the con
vention, and Colonel Swords, scrgcant-at-arms
of the national committee. Perry
ueatn, formerly managing editor of the
Cincinnati Commercial Gazette, who will
be the' chief McKinlcy spokesman nntll
the arrival of Hanna, has come and is
keeping the special correspondents sup
plied with McKinlcy news.
HcKlnley Will Accept the Platform.
The Republic prints a lengthy interview
with Heath In which he gives what he
declares to be McKlnlcy's position on the
nnanclul question. It reads as follows:
Mr. Heath did not attempt to deny that
the McKinlcy programme was to force the
tariff issue to the front In 1896." "Wall
street,'.' said Heath, "has attempted to
run every national convention held since
I have known anything about national
conventions. It will try to run the Re.
publican convention this year, and it will,
as usual, fail. Major McKinlcy is one of
those men who does not believe his judg
ment should be taken against the com
bined wisdom of his party. Nobody hits
spoken for him authoritatively, on the cur
rency plank, and nobody wal be able to
do so because ho Is willing to trust the
convention and stand by Its decision. The
best judgment of the whole party must
prevail in tms matter.
Sort of Hints at A "Straddle."
"There are not to exceed four states'
which will insist on an unequivocal de
claration for the gold standard. These
states are New York.Matne, Massachusetts
and probably New Jersey. In the same
way there are about a hnlf dozen silver
states which will demand a lft-to-1 declara
tion. In a great majority of states the one
issue in the campaign Is protection. You
cannot talk the currency question to Re
publicans lu Ohio. Indiana or Illinois.
Tariff is the great issue. Whatever the
Republican convention adopts as its plat
form will be the MeKinley platform. "
BRADLEY STILL IN THE BACK.
Denies That Reported Withdrawal Move
to ;lve Him Second Place.
CrsciJTSATl, Juno 6. The Commercial
UaJicttc s snccial from Frankfort aavs
"Governor Bradley denies that he has
withdrawn as a presidential candidate.
and thnbhi name will not be presented to
the St. Ijouls convention. He also dnnlpa
that Chairman Burnett went to Washing
ton to conrcr with General Grosvcnor
about a cabinet position or anything elite
In consideration of the withdrawal." The
special states that a movement has been
Eiarccu i or uovcrnor urauicy lor vice pres
ident. Meantime it can be stated that the an
nntirirf.fni.nt nf flnvnriuv. Rmdlnw'a with.
drawnl in the Associated Press dispatches
last Wednesday eamo directly from the
governor through a member of his staff
who gave out the Interview that appeared
In the Louisville Commercial and also
the Interpretation of it that was pub
lished. McKinlcy' Home Is a Mecca.
CAHTOS, Q., June 6. Major McKinlcy
was busy with .visitors yesterday, many
being newspaper -men. Robert W. Pat
terson, delegato-at-large from Illinois and
general manager of the Chlcnvjo Tribune;
rcnator Wilson, of Washington, and
others were here. Joseph S. Spear, Jr.,
a San Francisco delegate. Is dividing his
time between hero and Cleveland till the
convention. Among the other callers
were George M. McCain, of Philadelphia;
Harry Miner, of Cincinnati; Representa
tive K. W. Doty, of Cleveland ; F. Lv
Dustman, of Toledo, and Mr. Fimplo, of
Going to Look After Bland's Boom.
Little Rock.. June 6. Something of
a political sensation was sprung here when
it was announced that Governor Stono, of
Missouri, will arrive In this city in a few
days to remain until after the Democratic!
state convention which meets on the 17th.
His purpose is to look after Bland's presi
dential boom. Several counties in Arkan
sas have indorsed Bland at their primaries
and this fact has encouraged his sup
porters. Members of the Bimetallic league
of Lit tie Rock favor Boies for the presi
dency. Orcaoa'a Conareeaianal Election.
Portland, June 6. Returns show that
Yanderburg (Pop.), for congress in the
First district, has a plurality of 84 over
Tongue (Rep.). Complete returns have
been received from every county in the
district except Curry. Curry county, as
for as reported, gives Tongue 100 plural
ity, and the remainder of the vote may
wipe out Vanderbnrg's plurality. In the
Second district Kills (Rep.) leads Qulnn
(Pop. ) by &!7. Four counties are still in
complete. Got. AltgeM Laya a Corner Stone.
Peoria, Ills., June 6. Governor Alt geld
yesterday afternoon laid the corner stone
of the new asylum for the incurable in
sane. Ho was met at the station by a
battalion of militia and escorted to the
National hotel. There was a parade par
ticipated in by four companies of militia,
five bands, governor and staff, and promi
nent visitors, city officers of Peoria and
suburban villages, and state and county
officers. Five thousand people were at the
asylum site. Governor Altgeld spoke of
charities and their rapid advancement,
concluding by laying the corner stone.
Aceepta'a Kail war Freatdeacy.
Xsw York. June 6. D. B. Robinson,
vice preaidt-tit of the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Railway company, has accepted
the presidency of the St. LouU and
Frandsoo Railway company.
Pay yonr water rent.
Fine frnita at Boro's.
Young & McCombs' tonight.
Tbi Akocs want ads. are best. V
Order carriage of Cralle "4 Co.
Trj an Akgcs want ad. and satisfy
yoarself on results. ,
Sailor hats from So cents to S3.
Mrs. 4. W. Walker and . children
are home from a visit to relatives at
H. W. Trnesdale arrived from
Minneapolis last evening, and ac
companied Hon. Ben T. Cable east
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watts, who
have been visiting Mr. Watts' moth
er. Mrs. Ann Watts, 2400 Fifth ave
nue, return home to Colorado
Conspicuous among , the decora
tions in honor of the bicycle parade
last evening were those of Yonng 9t
McCombs, the building being beau
tifnlly illuminated from the roof
The St. Louis Republic has made
arrangements to cover the political
news of all parties in the coming
campaign in a way that has never
i j -
oeeu equaieu oy any newspaper.
Those who wish to keep posted
should subscribe at once. The Re
public, daily and Sunday, has been
reduced to $6 a year, $3 for six
months, or 60' cents a month. The
Twice-a-Week Republic is f 1 a year.
The friends of Charles S. McKown
will be pleased to hear of his mar
riage Thursday evening at Des
Moines, Iowa, to Miss Lizzie Beatty,
of Talmo, Kansas. Miss Beatty
formerly lived near Coal Valley and
has many friends in this locality,
who will be pleased to hear of her
return. For several years she has
been connected with' the public
school of Talmo, Kan. Mr. Mc
Kown is a brother of . B. and G. II.
McKown, of this city, and is a mem
ber of the firm of Iglehart & McKown,
marble dealers - in Davenport.
After June 10 the happy couple will
be at home to their friends at 815
East Fourteenth street. Davenport.
HERO OF THE PEOPLE.
A Featare of the eras Wild West Show
. Which Is Coning.
The Wild West is coming in all its
glory of painted Indians and cohorts
of dashing horsemen. Nothing like
the Wild West exhi
bition has ever been
seen here before. It
is a gathering of the
distinct and peculiar
TroSKTVir representatives of
ftfSjP. tne most picturesque
Or and romftntin p1..k.
of humanity. Real Redskins, .war
riors who have terrorized our fron
tiers states, will ride cheek by jowl
wfth the real scouts and trappers
who have won well-nigh imperish
able fame in Indian warfare. The
series of spectacles presented in the
Wild West show form a panorama
which seem to reproduce the romances
of the most thrilling descriptive pages
taken from the most sensational of
Cooper's tales. The visitor possessed
of imagination can, temporarily at
least, believe himself the actual wit
nees of the stirring events which
deeply color the history of the match
of civilization in the far west. In
dians, brilliantly colored and bediz
ened, sweep across the arena on their
tieetiootea ponies, repeating the war
cries and the yells which have many
a time and oft blanched the cheek
and quickened the heart-beating of
the hardy pioneer of the west. Cow
boys and Valqueres dart hither and
thither, shoot and lassoo and ride as
they only can. The Wild I West
show, in short, enables the spectator
to clearly realize those scenes and
characters only dimly outlined in
literature produced by the eternal
warfare between white and redskin
in our richly favored land. The most
gallant cavalier of all of them, Buf
falo Bill, has a more striking person
ality, lie is no mere buckskin hero,
but a splendid specimen of a plucky,
vigorous and skillful Anglo-Saxon
who has emerged with honor from
the rcojt fesrehing tests which can
possibly ba applied to man. . Added
to all the representations and inci
dents of Indian and cowboy life, are
the equally stirring attractions of
the congress of rough riders, of the
world and the great international
martial alliance, which forms an iru
partant adjunct to the Wild West
exhibition. Among the rough riders
are the Gauchos from the Argentine
Republic, Cossacks from the Russian
steppes, Bedouin Arabs from the
desert of Africa, and the Vaquero of
Mexico. In the display of trained
military achievement will appear de
tachments from the crack cavalry
regiments of Germany. France, Rus
sia, England and the United Stater,
making the entertainment the grand
est combination of horse and horse
manship and all that pertains thereto
possible to conceive. This great ag
gregation will appear here Wednes
day. Jnne 17.
A Valaabto flti Iptl -
Editor Morrison, of the Worthing?
ton, Ind.. Sun, writes: "Ton have a
valuable prescription in Electric
Bitters, and I can cheerfully recom
mend it lor constipation and sick
headache, and as a general svstem
tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Annie
Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove . avenue,
Chicago, was all run down, could
not eat nor digest food, had a back
ache which never left her and felt
tired and weary, but six bottles of
Electric Bitters restored her health
and renewed her strength. Price 50
cents and fl. Get a bottle at Harts
& Ullemeyer'a drug store.
SPIRIT LAKE EXCURSION.
Opawlaaltr ka YleU a Snaaoats Bamaaar
for a Mare Sena;.
Announcement is made of si grand
excursion which will be rim to Spirit
Lake. Iowa's famous summer resort.
Saturday. June 27, by ,Eph. Ba
dasch, who is widely known as an ex
cursion manager. The fact that an
excursion is to be -personally con
ducted" by Mr. Radasch. "whose
ability as a promoter and manager of
excursions has brought him an ex
cellent reputation, is sufficient guar
antee that every convenience will be
at hand and that the trip .will be a
pleasant one to all-
bpirit Lake, the obiectlve point of
this excursion, is the most beautiful
spot in Iowa. As attractions for vis
itors there are large bodies of fresh
water with vast stretches of beach
and wooded shores. Lake Okoboii
with its wild scenery, the monument
erected to the survivors of the Spirit
Lake massacre, the pretty town of
Spirit Lake, rides on team and elec
tric launches and in sail and row
boats, a fine bathing pavilion and
beach, the state fish hatchery, unex.
celled fishing, and the Hotel Orleans,
a magnificent and immense caravan
sary, costing $125,000, with accom
modations for hundreds of guests.
in order to accommodate the lanre
number who will doubtless take ad
vantage of this opportunity, four (4)
special trains will be rnn, leaving
tsurlington, Davenport, Iowa City
and Cedar Rapids. Of these trains a
special will leave Davenport at 8 p.
m. Saturday evening, June 27, and
will reach Spirit Lake in time for
breakfast op the morning of June 28.
The excursion trains will leave Spirit
Lake on the return trip on the even
ing of June 28, but those so desiring
can remain until the evening of June
29, as their tickets will be good until
that time. The fare for the round
trip from all stations is only $2.50.
Assurance is given that seats will be
provided for all who make the trip.
Sleepers will be provided for those
who make application to local ticket
agents by June 26.
For further information address
Eph. Radasch, Keokuk, Iowa, or call
on B., C. R. N. agents.
G. P. A T. A.
noklaa-a Aruicn (Mtlre '
The best salve1 ia the world for
outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cure
piles or no pay required. . It is guar
anteed to K-fve Perfect satisfaction, nr
monev refnnded. Prina 9ft nanta mp
box. For sale by Harts 4k Ullemeyer .
PBos! riles! Ptloal
Dr. WuMAma' ladlan File Ointment win en re
kksd bioadiar, a keen ted aad itching pUaa. It
absorbs the tumors, allay the Itching at ones,
act a a poalBce, rive lnrtant relief. Dr. Wit
Hubs' lndlaa File Otntment is prepared only for
piles aad Itching of the private aarta, aad nothing
lee. Xvery box Is guaranteed. Bold by drug-
girta, aot by aitf.L. for SO cent and ai per box.
WUliaau Manafactnrtng company. Proprietors,
Ciereiana, vaio. Bold by T. H. Thomas.
' Children Cry for
Better than Rubber
The New Sbkccss A Perfect Dress Shield
Itchier by hulf
th a a any
They do not
ae. aad will
ber or stockinette ihleffli : therefore are the moat
economical, liter br half than other. For
tie by all flru-ciaes dealers, or end 113c for
Sample pair to
0M0 MANUFACTURING CO. 394 Canal St. New York
Bend Vic. to above Arm for doxea Millt Twin
Drees Htaya. Tba handjomaH aad beak
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed.
199 XHIRD AVENUE
Is a Local idee , aad
is tbe malt nf co'd
and sodden c-imatic
It eaa be esrad bv a
pleamnt remedy which
apt lied directly rnta
the aeetrlle Beins
quickly abeoibed tt
gies relief at once.
Opens sad clean iha
Xarat raasarea. Allay
Pain and lnnamniatiorj,
Boale the aorta, Pro
tect the Membrane front Cold. Keatorea the
Senanaf Taste and r-mell. The B-tla is quickly
a M erne a ana rrres reitei a eoca. rnce aw
at Dreggiet or by ajaii.
ZLY SKOTHXE8. Warres Slreet, 2Tew York,
Tkest art the miw T C" "
aly Brsnt a rr.
wMaat Rah- S&aS JSL
barer fame- T nXw fl
crcaa last fl " t-' ' W
ly edtrtcM. It V TRADE MARKji 3
sad entirely i; Tii--. zTr
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their regular functions, and the sufferer be strengthened and cured.
Ladies from all parts of the country testify to its marvelous
success in curing them. ' i
For emle) siwt rVJflw, 9tXtO pr Bottle).
TEE Dr. J. H. McLEAH CED.Clft CO., - St Icsis, Ci
yySEASES OF EYE, EaJb, NOSE. THROAT. LUNGS.
XJ STOMACH. SKIN AND BLOOD. RUPTURE
CUBED WITHOUT USE OF KNIFE.
Rooms 36 and 37, McManus Building, corner
Second and Main streets, Davenport, Iowa.
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 3 to 8 p. m. Evenings, Wednesdays
. and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 3 to 8 p. m.
I T3f 1 Eti )SJ!J? yf" a aUdal. aaiS aa aoa ma tbe awful aaat oftoCTn-
tf TV SSrSfftl. KUHOIW. akrunfceaprtjDdf,.loaarK.arm.K'rvoi. Ltrtullt.. Xtehtlr
1 aU'JsJ aJI '"'". Uoaaamntton, Inoumr, Baheaaune' draloa aud ba at power ta Ura.
Tg i. y7l JhZ vSrCM'I!' Oraan. aoetuaa: ear fur atody. balan and mamara. t. qatrklr eaicS b
jHTg- ' A y Br. Haarta-ara apaal.B M erve flralaa. Tney noconl. can- brrtartlt at tU
'jSTT'T "TfJl' -Itor. T. are a mat ratVK TOHIO aad BMMS Ul'ltr S, hrM.
f i dafeV backth atak ttoa UyaUeanUu nKonnau. IIKt erTdtS nu
aaaafv. avuaniiMi nr inait. ai.vw tr ao or a r
For aals la nock
Islaad, UU. by Harts Cneneyer, druggists.
HncsinQ 2 Hool
presenting among other time-tried
and well known lire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Ooeheeter Sernun las Co..
Buffalo Oernan " ... ...Butalo. N 1
Spring Oor-lon ITilledolphhi
aarman lra Peoria, 111
Sew nasaprhlre ilanthsaUaTl 11
atlvaaaMalachanlCS .afUwaakaa, Wle
acarua, - .nsw
Offioe Corner Eighteenth stree
ad Second Avenue, second Boor.
Telephone No. 1047. .
f. M. BUFORD,
Lcix PrcapU? Pill
tas a Km aa any rsUabls eonpsr.. ca oa
Ynsr Parona.-a !a BoMeOad.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Yonr Patronage is Solicited. .
Oflioe 1820, Seocnd A v.
Bath of all kinds, iaeladiBg
Tarkish, plain, shampoo, olee.
trio, e!eetro-thermaL ete., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first Soor cf
tbe Harper House.
For Ladles From t a. m. to
12 sa. ca week days For Gen
tlemen Front is. as. to 10 p. as.
oa week days On Sundays tko
rooms will be open from 7 a- m.
to 11 a. ta. for Oontlesaoa only.
Electric and Kleenro-tkoraal
baths as by be cbtalned at any
time during buslnea'g hoars.
Oymnasium ewnnoeted wfth beU
Many of the disorders peculiar
to women are caused by diseased
conditions of the LiverKidneys
and Bowels. Restore these organs
to a healthy state by using
Dr. J. H. McLean's
Liver Kidney Balm,
And trip f penal nr crane nvill MrfnH.
. ilooktroa. aaalib acrra tiraiaCo aa asaa. ao7 Vaaa-
w aa a-ita i -! . -
a d rxuisaUT
Coxuxtillir fc CovmtHy
Attorneys at Law.
Office arcoad Boor, over Kite ball A Lmdas
bank. Money to ioaa.
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee In Bock Irlaod Rational bosh btrndlng.
O L ViLUI
Sweeney fc T7avlker
Attorneys and Councellors at Law.
OSes ia Bangstoa black.
Chavrles eT. 8eavrls,
Attorney at Law.
Local bnelnee of all klade promptly attend ad
to. Bute's Attorney of Bock Island county.
OSice, Postofflce block.
latcCniry ot McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money oa rood recnrltr; stake eoTlec-
tioae. Hrferance. Mitchell dt I -yule.
Uttlee, Poaiofice block.
PRACK ak KEMrS
Architects and Superintendents.
Boom , Mitchell Liad brjldlag. Socnid
OEO. P. STAJJTJUHAK
PhuM aad toprrlntcndrnca for all
buildings. Booms la Uuial I blocfc.
Dr. John E. IIwthornas,
Bow Deahn Parloia, so
Oiaaeiias. ThlrS ansa
the latest appcntaasstt for aktusd
Henry Oavetje. Prop.
Cat Flowers and Dealgaa of all
City store, MOT Second kvrnae. Tvlevasae Hit.
Dr. XT, XX. Xn4crwis.
Specialist of Eve. Ear, Scse aad
OfBee ia Traaana new ba lid lag. oorcor aey.
nut alh strait sed Third aranoa. Bath lalnna.
Tsicpnoae Bo. NSS.
Dr. CAas. XX ZlUbertaen,
Ejt, Ear, Koto and Throat Only.
Oaaes, WUnVahsr Black, somthtrsste
aai Skscy tnets. Pa pen. Iowa.
aasM, Hours: (lo II s.m 11040.1