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THJS A KG U SSATtTRi) AY JULY. 23. J 898.
WANTED. I v
WANTf D-A COOK AT NO. 119 SEVEN-
'ANTK9-GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AT
9SI Twenty-nrst street.
"VTANTKI-A BRIGHT. WELL EDIT-
W cated bay to learn the drug business.
Address I'. O. Ihii art. fcock bland.
or unfurnished romm with priTtlejje of
light housekeeping. Address "C i R." AB
WANTED SMALL OIRL TO HELP DO
irnncral housework In strtall family. Ad
dress nut Fourth avenue, Moline, 111. Call
from i a. m. to 6 p. m.
"lrNTEr-HORO AND ROOM WITH
" private family bjr young lady: refer
ents. Hoarding buuse need not answsr.
Address M. JJ, THS AlKirs.
WANTED-TWO OR T1IRFE GOOD UVE
men. Theflreat Atlantic and Pacific
Tea company, 112 West Second street. Daven
port. W ANTED TO TRADEWHATBAVE YOU
to offer for to.Kin slock of foods In
country a ore? Doing good business: proprie
tor Hick and must sell or trad. Gordon A
1 low man.
WANTED RELIABLE MEN TO TACK
advertising signs: 15 weekly and ex
penses. Bend lu cents for postage, sample,
et't. Roht Chemical company, 2451 Nortb Col
orulo street, ltilludelpbia. Fa.
WA NTED RELI A BLE MEN TO TACK
up adranistng signs: 112.60 weekly;
steady work. Send 10 cent for posrare. sam
ple, etc. Young Mndiclne company, UM North
Colorado street. Philadelphia. Pa.
"I1TANTKI TO IX) AN MONEY ON I)IA
1 monds, watcbes, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bloclcs. clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Itigbcst cash prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices A U business transactions syletly
conlldcnlial. His new number and location,
lV3 Second avenue. Don t forget it. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1317.
ri)R RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
L Don 's store.
LTOR RENT-THREE OFFICE ROOMS
L over 17(0 Third avenue.
J?0tt RENT THE STORE ROOM AT 1810
.- Tklid avenue. Apply V. Dauber.
I TOR RENT-DESK ROOM IN REIDY
1 Uros'. onice, Koumt, it Itcbcll & Lynde
IjlOR RENT-ROOMS WITH HOARD IN
very central locution, at moderate rates.
Inquire ut THS A hi.vs office.
FOR KKNT-NI 'ELY FtJ'NtSHED FRONT
rooms. gHsl tattle Imard, gas, bath, all
niislcrn conveniences. M Seventeenth
TiX)n RENT EKIHT-ROOM HOUSE. FTR
JC nace beat, modern Improvements, M
Twentieth street. Rent. I. Apply to Uayei
A Cleaveland, Hengston block.
LTOR RCNT - ElflHT ROOM HOUSE,
JL Thirteenth street and Second avenue.
Rent Hi) Apply to K.H. Stafford at Jackson
A Hurst's office.
tJOn RENT -RESIDENCE OF H ROOMS.
Jl corner of Nineteenth street and Seventh
avenue, with all modern Improvement. Ap
ply He lay urns.
"LOK RENT A FINE HOI'S K WITH
I eight eletfanlnsiuis; large dry cellar, sew
erage and waterworks: hcaultul sbade trees.
and desireable si'IghiMirhiMMl. I'oruer Fifth
avenue uml f nrlr-thiril street. Rock Island.
See premises uml apply at 4 lacnty-tbird
1,1011 RENT MY NICK H-R03M KKSI
ence. Kjft Twentr-accoml street, with a
large burn, fruit and shade trees: nlso mv new
bouse. Twenty-eighth street and Sixth ave
nue, furnace and electric light, and ull conven
iences: are tor rent from Aug. I. Inquire at
residence, or of C. Hans-n. Hock Island
Lumber cuuipuny s reluil utflce.
COR 8AI.aV-A SQUARE 11 A NO. AD-
s. uress -in care oi A wius.
1 mu a Ar c TU'n nrwiti nt-t i r,i it ! t iitb
f gnxi.-tfl feet, near C, K. 1 a P. depot, a
TilOK 8 ALE -A NEW Rf TRUER TIRED
X' trap In first cuss condition. A bargain If
taken at once. Address "tl. i3," Th iKiit's.
Wt)R SALE-LI;HT DKIVINO HORSE
A harness and bugtrv. A bargain if taken
at once. r . Mauermann. Zii .seventeenth
IVOR S ALE-f 'HEAP, FOUR HIVES ITAL-
-a- Inn bees, hives and none boxes com
plete. In-iutre for lmgahaugh at 3110 Fifth
TjlOR SALE-NINE AC'RE FRUIT FARM.
A All kinds of fruit: gcxsl buildings; near
town. A narvain for some one if taken soon,
liordon A liowman.
"liV SALE-CHEAP: fTW CASH AND
J small Incumbrance takes a very neat cot
tugeon the bluffs. Who wants It quick at that
pnvcr uoraun a Bowman.
"UKW8AMS-A SNA-ACRE FARM IN ROCK
X Island county: gtmd corn and pasture
ami: win lane pan irane. w. t:iausscn. Front
ana Kiptey street. lavenport, Iowa.
FOR BALK-COAL IN ANT QUANTITY
of lo bushel or over at 12 mi per ton. de
livered O. O. D to any pan of the efly Leave
orders at Oomiremlal hrmae barber suop, Rook
HUHV, Vr U(S 4 IS L1SO.
LWR SAI.VCHEtP IVTS IN M MAS-
-A ter s adilillon. old haschsU grounds. These
lota will he sold from ) upward: small
amount down, balance on Inng tlmi at n per
cent. Ke dy llios., room t. Ml chcll A Lynde
"CX)R SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
X' wltn about And IT. rem slides, suuabla for
filing legnl blanks or snt description of papers
la flat form to be kept In hpe for writing.
A comprehensive Index conaeoted. Just the
thing for any office with oontraota, etc., to
me. Auureas tl. a u.. ears Of TM ARGCS.
TOST A BLACK SATIN BELT BETWEEN
I Sixteenth and Twentr-thin! trot
Finder return to this oftlce and receive rc-
T OST-A LADIES' HAND SATCHEL
j m containing a sum of money and pair
Koin nnimen spm-i acics. riniter return to
otnce and be rewarded.
RITK TO FULTON A YBACLEY.
Denton. Tex., If TOU have aoeounta.
notes or )udgmenta vs. Texan parties that yon
own jssi-au vr ly'im'HJBJapU.
VjrteAY HORSE TAKEN UP BY JOHN
ii nunceu on imu is,ni. ill. is a broa n
pony mare about 10 years old. one white Iiuil
a little white on head, a few wbite hairs en
eaca aar nas some cuts ann sears on legs.
xourri rfouu n. ourseil. Milan. UL
TO M PER WEEK SALARY OR
PI" commisaloa. First class salesmen
anatgeatstorournew patented lo-cent con
sumers' article. Sells at sight In all stores.
Wbolesle. one d-xen. ) cents: one sross rl
F-v to sell retail In every house. A 10-cent
article useful for ladles and gentlemen eve-y
dsy. For terms and our sample dozen send 2
cents is stamps; tor ova nnxea SI; 11 Onsen ri.
Sole aents wanted eTerv where (tottschalk
Staroberg msnnfacturersot novelties, 613
Dvston nova, siiaaeapponai auaa.
THE EICEIXESCE CF SYCUP OF FISS
fa due not oaly to the orlpinality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with trhich it. i.
manufactured fcy bcientific processes
known to the California Fig Stbcp
Ca only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
two and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fig Srr.cp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured livnthpr nne.
tioa. The bi(h standing of the Cali
fornia ig srKt-p co. with the medi
cal profession, and the
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions ot families, makes
the name of the Corananv a ff?nnu-
f the excellence of its remedy. It is
ir in aavance oi ail otner laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. 1 n order to get its beneficial
effects. Dlease remembar the nnmn nf
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AS rilANtl&CO. CaL
LOUISVILLE, Ky. NEW YORK. JS. T.
A Social Enter
or any iniil-smniucr night so
cial function should include
lco Cream, Fruit leva, Nes
sclrode riiddings, Fancy Ice
Creams, Tutti Frutti, and a
selection of our fine
Fancy Assorted Cakes, Mac
caroons or anj of the choice
Bakery Goods for which we
are famous ami which we
will deliver to you so that
you can serve in the swellest
manner if desired.
don't want vou to forget
their Perfect Home Made
Bread. Ask your - grocer
Ffaone 1168. 1718-1716 Second Avenue.
the opportunity is wise. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon of Mar. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream a the
more berau.se it leaves a cool
impression alter it, ami does
not, like some drinks, lower
the temperature a littie only
to raise it much more after
ward. Young men who
adopt our Ire cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
TALK OF THE TRACK.
Reported Alliance of the Peoria
With Another Road Only
a Pipe Story.
80 SAYS VICE PRESIDENT CABLE.
Declares There is 'o Foundation) For the
Rumors That Bis Company Is la a Deal
to Operate a Line Itvtweea St. Lonis and
Minneapolis- Kock Island to Increase Its
Freight House -Other Railway Hatters.
HS. CABLE, vice president of the
B' Iiock Island & Peoria, says he
grounds for the persistent rumcrs in
the Peoria papers to the effect that his
company and the St. Louis. Peoria &
Aoitlieru have joined hands ill a plan
to operate a line between the Missouri
metropolis and Minneapolis. He de
clares they are absolutely without
foundation. True, he says", the Peo
ria has leen replacing some of its
rails and building a few bridges, but
not for the accommodation of anv
other road. The Peoria is spending a
great deal of money in improvements.
among ine most important of which
is the new engine house to be built
between Third and Fifth streets, the
same locality where the company had
its engine house years ago.
The people of Omaha are very much
agitated over the decision to curtail
the fast train service between Chicago
and Denver. The Commercial club
has the matter under discussion and
proposes to file a protest against
leutrtheninjr the time of these trains.
It was an Omaha man, Horace J.
Hurt, president of the Union Pacitic,
who took the initiative in the fast
trains, and Omaha business men be
lieve they can still have a hearing on
the case and retain the fast service
with the excess fare abolished.
Engineers F. W. Means. William F.
(Jill more and Jeremiah Cunningham,
of the Rock Island, are guiding new
engines over the eastern Iowa divis
ion, each being assigned one of the
big 800's. Means has the 803.
(iiilmore the 818 and Cunningham
the 816. All are fresh from the shops.
and their masters are proud of them.
conductor A. J. Stafford, of the
Rock Islaud, has been off duty the
past few days on account of illness, j
G. F. Wilson, superintendent of
motive power of the Rock Island,
visited General Foreman Stocks yes
terday. George Arnold, store-keeper at the
Rock Island roundhouse, has been
transferred to a similar position in
the Davenport shops a sort of pro
motion. Henry Tielke succeeds him.
New passenger dspots have been
built by the Rock Inland at Wilton,
West Lilierty. Iowa City and Atlantic,
Iowa. Most of the work on them
was done by John Volk & Co., of this
The Rock Island contemplates ex
tending its freight depot west to the
east line of Twentieth street. More
room is needed. The company has
had the freight house painted, and
the passenger depot on Fifth avenue
is now being treated to a new coat.
F. W. McKcc, formerly yard master
for the Rock Island here, has located
in Chicago, where he is in the emplov
of the Grand Trunk. H .
Louis Joues recently resigned his
position with the Rock Island to ac
cept one in the office of tlie Rock Isl
and Plow company.
Milo Burns, the veteran Rock Isl
and conductor, who was discharged a
short time ago with several other em
ployes of the road, has lwcn rein
stated, and is running freight on the
Illinois division. All the Imvs are
glad to see Miley back again.
The Burlington intends to build the
foundation for its Twentieth street
passenger depot this fall.
Frank Sherman, of the local Bur
lington office, is serving in Frank
Payne's place in Moline during the
Soldiers Sing "ilod Save the Queen."
In Tampa, Fla, the other day American
soldiers did a thinR tbat would have raised
protest a year uko. They Jol'cd In singing
"Clod Save the Queen," in honor of Victoria's
birthday. It Is reslly aslonUhloir how senti
meat has changed since KnKland has openly
sympathized with the Unltel States in our
war wl'h Spain. Radical changes In the re
lations of nations are no mo e wonderful
however, than the marked rnannes in the in
dividuals who are restored to health by that
great medicine. Hostetters Stomach Bitters.
It is no unusual thing for neopl j who are thin,
weakly and run down, to sh iw a inarkel im
provement in a few weeks after taking this
medicine, which ove ecmes nearly every
known disease arising from a disordered
Many Feople Cannot Itrlnk
Coffee at night. It spoils their sleep.
You can drink Grain-O when you
please and sleep like a top. For
urain-O does not stimulate: it nour
ishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the liest coffee. For
nervous persons, young people and
children, Grain-O is the perfect driuk.
Made from pure grains. Get a pack
age from yocr grocer today. ' Try it
in place of ounce, lo and ib cents.
Dosi't Stop Him.
He has a had attack of colic and is
making for Thomas' drug store after
a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. 25
cents. For sale by T. II- Thomas.
A loon to travelers. Br. Fowler's
Extract of Wild Strawberry. Cures
dysentery, diarrhoea, seasickness,
nausea. Tleasant to takel Perfectly
harmless. For sale by Marshall &
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head-
acnes; iu, 'id tad ou cents. Ueus'
' Bay one a Kinship oigar.
Trade at John A. Nelson's.
Osteopathy will bear investigation.
Bicycle shoes at the S. &. '& S. shoe
store, Davenport. .
Dewey oxfords for ladies at the S.
B. & S. shoe store.
Orange cider, without price, this
evening, at Yonng & McCombs'.
Stearns ball tearing law n mowers
at Spencer's, 202 Eighteenth street.
When in need of something in the
millinery line call on Mrs. lit Franz.
Something new for the smokers, the
Ideal cigar. William Burt Taylor agent.
Children's oxfords, all solid at 50
cents a pair at the S. B. & S. Shoe
Sweet milk,' cream, buttermilk and
ice cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
The coldest, purest and cleanest
soda water at the White Palace of
Tonisrht Dolly Bros, will sell men's
$ 2.50 black shoes, coin and bulldog
toes, for 1.50.
Buy a hammock or a croquet set at
Eckbart's. He is selling them at
Remember the Ideal cigar is pure
and free from artificial flavor. William
Burt Taylor aent.
Two more carriers are to be added
lo the Moline postofliee force Aug. 1.
One will Iw mounted.
Business property, residence prop
erty and lots for sale in all parts of
tae city by Ju. J. liurns.
Gold and silver shirt waist sets, to
be sold at cost, at Brookman's. the
Twentieth street jeweler.
Fifty-dollar bicycles for $30 at
Spencer's. Onlv a few left. Cull
early and avoid the rush.
$1.00, $1.75 aud $1.60 pants at
$1.35. Don't pass this line by with
out a look. Somniers & La Velle.
Miss K. Byrnes will close her larra.
and elegant stock of millinery goods
regardless of cost for the next 30 tlavs.
Fiftv-dollar bicycles for $30 while
they last. All guaranteed by E. C.
Stearns & Co. Spencer's, 202 Eigh
Do not miss seeing our $5 and $6
ladies' shoes that go at this grand
sale for $3 and $3.50 per pair. S. B.
& S. Shoe Co., Davenport.
The Girls' Friendlv society of Mo
line has issued invitations to its third
promenade concert and dance at the
Watch Tower Tuesday evening.
Attend our special Saturday and
Monday sale on silver plated knives.
lorks and spnous. All guaranteed as
represented or money refunded. Fred
If Steams' 1all bearing kwn mow
ers don't give better satisfaction than
any other mower, return them and get
your money. Spencer's, 202 Eigh
The hello girls of the Moline tele
phone exchange entertained their
friends with an excursion on the
steamer City of Winona last, niirht.
Several hundred people attended and
all seemed to have a jwlly time.
The pra-cipe iu a $200 damarre suit
in which Matilda Chiulund is the
plaintiff and John Brunstrom the de
fendant, has been filed iu the circuit
clerk's office by S. B. Oakleaf, the
former s attorney. Both parties re
side in Moline.
The people of Milan are working
hard to have electric cars substituted
for the horse car on the branch of the
Tower line running into that town.
fcvery argument is in favor of the im
provement, aud the matter may be
laid before t he Rock Island council.
All depends on the strength of the
Rock Island bridges, and it is lielicved
they will easily sustain the weight of
The Bedar came down anil went
The Winona and Verne Swain were
The palatial steamer St. Paul w ill
be up tomorrow.
Boats np were the F. C. A. Denk.
manu and R. D. Kendall.
The W. J. Yotinf. Jr.. will h nn iii
the morning and make her regular
oaiiv trip to Muscatine.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. m. was 4.10; at
noon. 3.H.5; the temperature at noon.
The water is falling at all points
except Des Moines Rapids and Keo
kuk, where it is rising.. The river
will experience a slight fall from Du
buque to Rttck Island in the next 24
The rafting steamer J. W. Van
Sant has leeu sent to the ways at Le
Claire, where she will undergo a
thorough overhauling. When this
shall have been done, the Van Sant
will le launched from the wav9 as
fresh as a daisy and as bright as
a brand new dollar.
Dan Dawley, engineer on the bow
boat Everett, is confined to his borne
in Le Claire with nervous prostration.
His indisposition is the re.nlt nf th
excessive heat during the early part
oi me wee, .unrmg sir. DawJey s
absence from his nost of dntv Will
Grant is responding to the 111 sig
nals in me engine room of the
Solo and chorus singers are wanted
for the war concert. All willing to
volunteer are requested to meet at
Carse's hall at o'clock next Tuesday
cvcu.ug. dj oruer, u. ft. UOl'SEL.
-. 3eXaBae foe TLTts fmrntm
Guaraweed tobacco nalnt -cmtr. makes west
pwsi vvv yiuv. rsfs jut (UilaalSie
THE GREAT REUHIOn.
Preparations For the National En
campment of the Union
MAST WILL SUSELT ATTEHD.
Bock Island Fxperted to I Herself
I'road In the ntertatnaaeat of Dta
tlnejaiehed Visitors and the 8arvUla(
Soldiers la (General - C'ompletlag the
THE national encampment of the
Union Veterans' Union, which
, is to ne nciu in kock Island
Aug. 9-12, is a much more important
affair than many may realize, and the
reunion will undoubtedly be the
largest of old soldiers ever held in the
three cities and the greatest in Ruck
Island since the Society of the Army
v. . ... . iuci UV1C A IVH Tfaie
ago. There has been much Jisa
Mduuneni in me assuieii presence of
distiniruished men. owinr to the war.
President McKinley would have come
otherwise, and mav navwav. a his
positive change of original plansaince
-rvjiance nas not neen announced,
although he has intimated that he
might lie obliged to iisapH)int the
veterans and himself on this occasiou.
Ex-President Beniumin 1
also been exiected. but Mayor Medill
.... S: . i. . .
inxnni a tusi;tien I.OIll mill ill IS
morning, at Old Forge, N. Y.. which
indicated that he might not lie west
la-fore October. But there will ls
many men of prominence in the na
tion, here nevertheless. The governors
of Illinois and Iowa, and the Sfnutnra
of both states, with the possible ex-
cepuon oi senator nuioni, lien. Og
losby, (Sen. Henderson and other old
warriors will be on hand. Rock Island
is to provide for all old soldiers e.ist
of t he Mississippi aud Davenport those
esi. many states win semi iiieir de
partment organization entire. The
will lie several tqtccial trains bringing
the mcmlsTs of the U. V. U. and the
auxiliary ladies' organizations that
uieci nere simultaneously.
The various local com mil tees r
busy with the arrangements. The
finance committee met at the H.n i.-r
this morning aud made its plans from
the work assigned to it, Capt. J, JL
Beardslcy being elected chairman,
w hich assures its success. Tonight the
proirram committee from the thvt
cities meets at the Harticr to complete
me, outline oi exercises during the
encampment. The decoration com
mittee has its plans well in hand.
The invitation i-ommitlfo is
busy. The rink h
engaged for the day sessions, and
Manairer Collins is harm" it over
hauled aud accommodations put in
tor seating o.uuu people, tans will
also be provided. Everything, in
fact, is now going ahead for the most
successnu ann pleasant gathering of
the survivors of the civil strife ever
held in the west.
The ancient Greek believed that the
Penates weie the cods who attended
to the welfare and prosperity of the
ntiuuy. iney were worshipped as
household gods in every home. The
household srod of today is Dr. Ki hit's
New Discovery. For consumption.
coughs, colds and for all affections of
throat, chest aud lungs it is Invalua
ble. It has lieen trie.l for a quar
ter of a century and is guaran
teed to enre, or money returned. No
I.,, i . . ... ...
nouscnoiu snotiiti ne without this
good angel. It is pleasant to take
and a safe and sure rcmedv for old
and yonng. Free trial bottle at
Hartz & Ullmeyer's drug store. Reg
ular size ot) cents and $1.
Try Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to Ixj shaken into the shoes.
At this season your feet feel swollen,
nervous and hot, and get tired easily.
If you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools
the feet and makes walking easy,
Cures swollen and sweating: feet, blis
ters and calious spots. Relieves corns
and bunions of all pain and gives rest
nnu coniion. j ry it today. Sold by
all druggists and' shoe stores for 25
n t ...
i-enm. jnai packages ircc. Address
Allen S. Olmsted. jo Roy. N. Y.
Plies! Files I Piles I
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
Will cure blind, bleedimr and itj-hin
niles when nil nt hoe nlntmnnta
I . v.u .iulu .r iiatg
tailed, it absorbs the tumors, ailavi
the itching at once, acts as a poultice,
trives instant relief. Dr. Wt1i;m
Indian Pile Ointment is nrenared nnl
for piles and itching of the private
parts, and nothing else. Every box
is warranted. Sold by druggists or
sent by mail on receipt of price, 60
ten is ann i per IK)X.
Williams Mahcfactcrino Co.,
Proprietors. Cleveland Oh!n
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen, Druggist.
There la ae Qoestloa About It.
No question, indeed, with those
who have used it. bit tbat Foley's
Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for
all kidney and bladder diseases. For
sale by T.-H. Thomas.
Win your battles against disease by
acting promptly. Oue Minute Congh
Cure produces immediate results.
When taken early it prevents con
sumption. And in later stages it
furnishes prompt relief. T. H.
Thorns, A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahn
H Had w tonjivin Bgi
Its achievements in other ways is also as re
markable. Dainty and tasty house furnishing!
are characteristic of this nation. Our stock era
braces aU the creations that makt the home
environment the most attractive. There is noth
ing in the line of carpets or furniture that we
cannot please you in. Kach year our purchases
THE VERY UP-tO
The prices we put upon them are within the
reach of all. You do not serve your own in
terests if you go elsewhere to buy before first
looking at our stock. Remember this then and
come to the big store where fair treatment is
the watchword of success.
Clemann & Salzmahri
Cor. S;xteenth Street and Second Avenue
Saengcrbund of the Northwest
at DAVENPORT, IOWA.
2,000 Male Voices . .
Orchestra of 100 Musicians
Mammoth Saengerfcst Auditornm Seating 6,000 People SpwcitHj
Constructed for this occasion. Venetian Illumination and 1'yro
technical display in the evening. Open Air Festival at Schuetzcn
Park Sunday July 31. One Fare for the Round Trip on all Railroads.
Special Excursions July 30-it.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
nock wiia, in.
Incorporated Under the
KOIZYLOAIIDCI PEIOSIL CCLLATUiL 6 ETTAlEiEOUim
i- M. Bnford. prtsMeat,
John Crehaosa, Vice Presklsai
P. Oreawait. Cashier. ,
Betio business Ja, t 18 ami oeevp tna
S.t coraetof. Mlteo'll Xsvoas t
, new building.
re ways Glorious Ones.
unit, i niiiuo.
July 20, 2, 30, 31, 1098
Four Colossal Concerts
Seven Eminent Soloists
On Winrs, Hecrs and Ales in the war
tax will not affect onr patrons in the
prices tbat we are selling at. We have
a large flock of fine old wines, ales,
whiskies, gins, brandies and Winter's
bitters of the best foreign and do
mestic production, that we are still
selling at pea prices.
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