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THE ABGT7S, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1899
Bronchitis generally begins with a
common cold ; if not cared it becomes
dangerous and thousands dip from
bronehitis annually. Dr. Joan V.
Bnll'B Coagh Syrup, the best remedy
ior tma aisfeane. cures it in a lew a ay a.
Will promptly cure Bronchitis.
Doses are small and pl?asant to take. Doctors
recommend it- trice 25 cts. At all druggists.
Direction of Slavs F. Uuxu.
Sunday, Dec. 17.
A DAY AND A NIGHT.
A Hun-a.li of Hilarity. Lots of Fun.
Latest Laugh CompeUer.
A Jolly Play For All Sorts of
The Fanniot of Them All.
Price 25c. SVi. 75c and II. Beats on sale
at Bleuer's iewelry store. Phone 4421
A UGUSTANA COLLEGE,
' Rock Island. .
Six popular and Instructive
entertainments for the unu
sual small sum of $1.
Season of 1809-1900.
4. THE OXFORD MUSICAL CLUB
January 23. 1900.
5. DR. WM. II. CRAWFORD
February 22, 1900.
6. THOMAS McCLARY
March 15. 1900.
ROLLER SKATING RINK,
AND EVERY NIGHT THIS
Prof, Albert G. Walk,
World's Champion Skatorial
At the Rock Island Holler ltiuk.
Li In trouble again because be didn't look
a little out. We modestly bc'leve that
0ur hard and soft coal and hard wood
will tare you trouble. Try us.
E. A3. McKOWN.
In all Its stages there
hoold be clsaulmets.
Elj'i Cream Balm
tb. diseased nieaibraae.
It core catarrh sad drives
way a cold iu the head
Cream Ttalm i piscrd Into the nostrils, spreads
over the membrane and is s'lsorbed. Belief is lm
sasdists and a core fo.lowa. It la not drying does
set predace sneering. Large Site, SO eents at Drag
gists or by Basil ; Trial SUa, 10 cents by mail.
. ILT BEOTHKRS, 6 Warren Street, New Tork.
5 Per Cent Money
Properties released from banks and
baudimr associations and loans granted
for period of s. S or 7 years, or it pref
erable loaa eaa be redeemed by yearly
or half yearly Installirenta of principal
and Interest, la tne latter ease. Inter
em to be computed and charted on
laslanre aetaally swiaf at end of
each year. Money to help you buy Si
bosne. build a bone, pay off a mortirsce,
pay back interest, or taxes, lift liens,
ctop foreclosures, or effect necessary
UnproTements. Money to loo a on
life insurance policies, lea-acies. Inher
itances. undiTided interests in estates,
real estate In probate. leaseholds and
annuities. Mocey to finance sseritorl
ous Inventions, or to place patents oe
the Kna-Usa and American markets. It
roejntrtas; anowey on any case of se
curity, writ to or call on
1S5 La Salle St..
MONEY FROM SPRINGFIELD.
Twenty Thousand Accumulates to the
Credit of Bock Island.
Thecitvof Rock Island is $20,000
richer than it had suppo ed. The
discovery was made by R. C. Clarke
while on duty at Springfield as clerk
of one of the committees of the state
board of equalization. During a con
versation with the state auditor, the
fact was brought out that there is a
sum approximating 20.000 to the
credit of Rock Island in the state
treasury. Mr. Clarke undertook to
trace the source, and he found that
the money represented the interest
collected bv the state to meet the in
terest on the city's indebtedness.
City Treasurer K. T. Amlerson has
gone to Springfield to secure the
DAVENPORT'S NEW CHURCH.
Presbyterians to Have Dedicatory Cere
The First Presbyterian soe'ety of
Davenport will today dedicate its new
church. Dr. Willis G. Craig, of Mc-
Cormick Theological seminarv, Chi
cago, will preach the dedicatory f er-
mon. Ifae pastor of the eburcb i
Rev. John B. Donaldson, D- D., re
cently of Minneapolis. The church is
.aid to be the handsomest and most
modern church in Iowa. It cost
75.000. It is built of brown stone
from the Portage Entry quarries at
Marquette, Micb. The architects
were Gottscbalk & Beadle, of Gales-
The C. R- I. & P. railway will Dec
23, 24. 25, 30 and 31 and Jan. 1 sell
round trip tickets to all points on
their line within 200 miles at a rate
of a fare and one-third for the round
tiip. Tickets good for return up to
and including Jan. 2.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Dec. 16.
Kolloingr were the quotations on the
Chicago lioarcl of Trade today:
Wheat Open. Hifrh. Low.
December ...$ .65 .65" $ .64
.6 .687s -6H
.69a .69?, .697 .69
.30Ai .30;, .Z0 .30
.30?s .31 .30". .31
.33 .33 .32 .33
.2214 .229, -22'4 .22,
.24 .24 .24 .24
January 10.20 10.25 10.12 10.12
May 10.45 10.55 10.40. 10.40
January 5.55 5.55 5.42 5.42
May 5.72 5.89 5.65 5.65
Hutter Kxtra creamery,
extra dairy. 22c; pack
I5c; per Tt:
ing: Block, le-giec. Esrsrs Fresh stock.
2oc per doz. Dressed poultry Turkeys,
choice, 9fi9o per lb; fair to Rood, 8
Sj9c: thickens, hens, Tc; sprirjrs. 8c;
ducks, icafc; geeec. 75r8c. Potatoes
Fair to choice, 3S&45(. Sweet jxuatoes
Illinois. $3.50ft 3.75 per lirl. Apples
$1.504i 3.00 per l;rl. Cranberries Cape
Cod, I1.1KX&6.00 per brl.
Chicago Live Stock
Chicago, Dec. 16.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
22.UOO. Sales ranged at $3.85(fj4.10 for
pigs. $3.95Cf?4.172 for light. $3.9ri4.03 for
rough packing. $4.004.25 for mixed and
$4.0514.25 for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Intimated receipts for the
day. 3t0. Quotations ranged at $8.2.r
8.T.0 for Christmas beeves. ...40(S7.0t
for choice to extra steers. $5.60Ji6.25 for
good to choice do.. $4.90!& 5.55 for fair
to good do.. $4.20fi4-80 common to me
dium do., $4.0)ULi4.4i butchers' steers.
$4.4'ii6.25 fed western steers, $3.2."'gr4.7
fefMiing steers. $'.,.00!fi4.25 cows. IS.tWJj)
5.00 heifers. $2.8014.40 bulls and oxen,
$3.75 4.60 stags. $3,4004.40 Texas steers.
$4.10fr5.30 grass western steers, $3.401;
4.30 western cows and heifers, and $5.00
(&7.00 veal calves.
Sheep Kstiniated receipts for the
day. 1.000. Quotations ranged at $3.30fri
4.:; westerns. $2.75jr4.55 natives and
Eatt BuflTalo Lire Stock.
Kast Buffalo. X. Y.. Dec. 16.
Dunning & Stevens. Live Stock Com
mission Merchants, Kast Buffalo. N. Y..
quote as follows: Cattle Receipts. 3
cars: market steady and firm for good
grades: others unchanged: novery gtxxi
here: veals lower, $4.75Si7.50. Hogs
Receipts. 23 cars; market active and
higher for good weights: Yorkers and
mixed and mediums. $3.30i 3.35, few
3.37: choice heavy, $3.35533.37: light
Yorkers, $3.25(&3.30; pigs, $3.20(a3.25:
roughs. $3.7O'ft3.80. Sheep Receipts, 45
cars: market steady for lambs: sheep
dull and unchanged: lambs. $5.50(5.60;
"then, $4.00 5.40; mixed sheep, tops,
$3.75tj:4.00: culls to good, $2.O03.7O;
8t. Loom Grain.
St. Louis. Dec. 16.
Wheat Lower: No. 2 red cash ele
vator. 68c: track. 7071c: Decem
ber. 6c; May. 71ic: No. 2 hard. 67
6fy. Corn Firm: No. 2 cash. 30c; track.
51G'32c: Deember, 30c: May. Sli
lc. oats Ktrm: o. - casn. Z4c;
track. 24c; December. 24c: May. 2;c;
No. 2 white. 26c. Rye Firm; 52c.
Milwaukee. Dec. 16.
theat Steady: No. 1 northern. 66
fi67c: No. 2 northern. 64i&64 Rye
Steady; No. 1. 354J56C. Barley Firm;
No. 2. 44c; sample. 3.4i44c. Oats
Steady; No. 2 white. 242c-
Detroit. Dec. 1.
Wheat White rash. 70-c: red. "Oo;
December. 70c; May, 75c. Corn Cash,
33c Rye 67c.
Hit-Tunothr (10O11; wild. tt.BOOS.
Hutter Choice to fair, 90o; fresh creamery,
Hens to per pound.
Spring chickens So.
Turkeys J per ponnd.
Ducks So per pound.
CoaL soft lie
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers
Stk: cows and heifers. 04H; calves.
CASTOR I A
For lufaTita and Children.
Tla Klsd Yea Hare Alwajs Bought
HOUSE IN AN UPROAR.
Continued from First page.
never so funny as when he tried to
be serious. Leatz, of Ohio, charged
that the tending bill bad been pre
pared bv S.boo national banks.
secret combination that wielded more
influence than the Masonic fraternity
Odd Fellows and Red Men combined
The bill was intended to increase the
powers of national banks. As he pro
ceeded, Lentz' remarks became sen
Doctrine of Democracy.
We are in favor of the renomina-
tion of William Jennings Bryan,
said he, "and will put in a plank
against trusts, a plant against im
pcrialioi, a plank against Britil
alliance, an alliance that is now on n
ly apparent. They are shooting down
liberty in South Afrie. while you are
shooting it down in the Philippine
Islands. That evidence is sufficient
that both "overnments are operat
insr upon parallel lines. The
lir.-t blossom of liberty in the
orient is to be cut oS by the repub
lican party of the Lnited blates. first
the substantial struggle tor liberty
Africa is to be mowed down in its in
fancy by the queeu of England with
the czar askinr for a peace confer
ence. If things are not inside out
bow can the republican party stand
impotent and silent while Knglnnd
shoots to death the republic
in South Africa, and while
under military and imperialistic
powers that patronage has delivered
to the president here? A crime of
crimes is beins committed under
the stars and stripes of the union.
The president at Mtdison, Wis., said:
On a small fraction of one small
tribe resists our authority in the ori
ent- My friends, with an army
there and on the way to.VW men
to subdue one small fraction of a one
small tribe, an arm v larger thin Sher
man needed to march to the sea the one
army larger than Grant needed to take
Vicksburtr, is now called into requisi
tion, kept there for neat iy a year to
subdue one fraction, one small tribe,
Is that a source of your pros
perity? Is your pension of $75.-
U00 for being reduced, degraded, dis
honored? Is it vour beef trust that mar
dered 4 800 ruen while the Spaniards
only killed 350. is that a source of
your prosperity? Is your humiliation
subordinate of the man who won the
most magnificent naval victory the
world has seen, Win field Scott
Schley, is that a source of your pros
perity? Is your subordination of
Brooks, Miles and Merritt, men who
had been trained, together with their
associates, at an expense of millions
of dollars to this country, and put
ting of politicians in the saddle, is
that a cause of your prosperity t icu
will live to be ashamed of your
record."' In the closing hour of the
debate Gaines, of Tennessee, read a
telegram from W. J. Bryan, in reply
to a message sent him regarding bis
interview on the bouse currency bill
a few days ago. in which Gaines stated
that bis application I the term ae
mocracy had been perverted here.
Bryan disclaimed the reported inter
view, but said he characterized the
bill as -bad in every particular and
should be defeated." DeArmond. of
Missouri. closed the debate on the dem
ocratic side. Thereupon the governor
of Ohio, got the floor for live minutes
and taunted democrats for evident de
sire to abandon free silver at 16 to 1.
Richardson indignantly denied Gros
Tenor's assertion of proposed abandon
ment of the issue of free stive'.
House In a Furore.
Then Dnlzel), republic in, of Pennsyl
vania, took the ttoor, and in a half
minute the house was in a furore.
lie pointed out that any democrat
could hive demanded the reading of
the bill alluding to Richardson's
charge of hypocrisy, and waked the
echoes as the said: ' I burl back
the charge. You do not dare." he
shouted, shaking his linger deliantlv
at the other side, "not one ol you
dares or would dare if you
bad the opportunity to otier a
free coinage amendment and risk a
vote upon it." A dozen democrats
jumped to their feet as Dalzell con-
eluded, and clamored for recognition.
Hepburn, republican, of Iowa, who
was in the chair, recognized Dolliver,
The Iowan looked across the aisle
when order had been restored. "Be
fore I begin," said he, blandly. "I
will agree to yield the tloor if any
gentleman on the other side desires
to offer the free coinage amendment.'
Almost half the democratic side
seemed to i ise en masse. "Dozens of
its ak the privilege." cried Williams,
of Mississippi. "We- challenge you
for the opportunity " Rushing
down one side of the aisle came
Briggs, democrat, of New York,
shouting "I obj-i t." The confusion
was indescribable. When order was
restored Dolliver yielded to Bailey,
who preferred the request for unani
mous consent. "The gentleman from
Texas," said Hepburn from the
chair. The house was then, at 5:05.
declared adjourned until Monday un
der the terms of the secial order.
As a cure for rheumatism, Cham
berlain's Fain Balm is gaining a wide
reputation. D. B. Johnston, of Rich
mond, Ind., has been troubled with
that ailment since 1862. In speaking
of it he says: "I never found any
thing that would relieve me until I
used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
acts like magic with me. My foot
was swollen and paining me very
much, but one good application of
Pain Balm relieved me. For sale by
The person who disturbed the con
gregation last Sunday by coughing, is
requested to call on his druggist and
get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar,
which always gives relief. "
Read page 17.
Sleds at Wilcher's.
Woltmann for jewelry.
K. K. skates at Wilrher's.
See Brookman's ad on page 13.
Trees and tree trimmings at
Woltmann has everything in the line
Fred Blcuer's tor real nice, stylish,
All kinds of records 35 cents each
at Totten's music house.
Don't forget Schroeder when you
are buying our poultry.
Better see Woltmann for a nice
watch. We have the line.
All talking machinerecords 35 cents
each at Totten's music house.
Eberbart positively refuses to be
undersold on pianos this week.
Where is the best place to get
Uhiistmas presents, bpencer's.
Home made candies for everybody
at Kreli de Mat ha iresn every day.
We show a great variety of neck
wear at 50 and 75 cents. The Lon
don. John l. -olUker Has prices on
steel ranges that can be had nowhere
Totten's music house for records.
All kinds 85 cents each. Big assort
The finest mixed candy in the city
at Krell & Math's : for 10 cents a
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge was stationary at 1.90 yes
See some of those bpuutiful Xmas
presents in Summers & Woudin's show
The finest line of trees and tree or
nament, candles and holders, at
Prt cure tickets in ad van ce for the
Messiah." Tuesday evening, Dec. 19;
Everybody is buying American cluh
skates at Spencer's, the only big stock
in tbe city.
Read Clemann & Salzmann's ad in
this morninsr's paper. It will be sure
to interest you.
The largest, finest and freshest line
of tine candies in the three cities at
Krell & Math's.
Xmas week last year Eberhart sold
two carloads of pianos. He will do
the same this week.
If you are intending to buy any
thing in the jewelry line goto Wolt
mann. He has tbe stock:.
The Misses Jones have engaged O:
den's orchestra for their dancing class
commencing Saturday night.
Your especial attention is called to
my, line of silver .novelties, which is
the finest in tne ci'y. f rea ciener.
Come in and hear ourRegina music
boxes and talking machines. Prices
the lowest. Totten's music house.
American club skates are the best
made, because there isn't a piece of
casting in any of the line, spencer.
When we sav wc will undersell all
dealers on pianos this week, that's
what we will do. i.berhart's piano
The latest and most beautiful pat
terns of the famous Hawke's cut glass
are to be found only at Bleuer's jew
Clemann & Salzmann have an extra
announcement in fiis morning's pu
per that wUI ba reaU with interest by
Not too late yet to have your picture
taken for Christmas it you come
within the next two or thiee days at
A very fine line of lace and fancv
handkerchiefs; tbe finest in the three
cities, at the lowest possible price, at
the Eastern iair.
Round trip tickets to a number of
points in tbe west, north and soutn at
a rate of cue fare plus $2 Dec. 19 via
the C. R. I. & P. railway.
A. J. Stombs of the Germania Life
Insurance Company, is handing ont a
useful memorandum calendar with
compliments of bis company.
Three hundred pair of overgaiters
and leggings to be sold from 25 cents
a pair up, commencing Monday, Deo
18. Dolly Bros., au x wentieth street.
The Olympia club will give a
grand ball at Koche's hall Saturday
evening. Dec. 16 Tickets 25 cents.
Lad.es free. Music by Otto s orches
John Koch has just received a large
stock of double and single barreled
shot guns, which will be sold very
reasonably. Also a nice line of air
On Monday evening, at 7 p. m., the
Eastern Fair will sell the popinar and
latest ladder toy climbing dazzler at
7 cents each. Remember only one
to a customer.
For a limited time, to ladies pur
chasing a cup of hot soda, we will give
a spray of Boston carnation pink.
Bahnsen's drug store. Fourth avenue
and Twentieth street.
Sheriff Cralle is receiving many
well earned compliments on the clean
condition of the walks and court house
premises, which have not been so
neatly Kept before since tbe days ol
No matter bow difficult vonr case.
or bow many opticians have failed to
help you. Dr. La Grange will under
take your case and refund the fee in
case of failure. Bleuer's jewelry
tore every day till Christmas.
Go with the crowd and buv your
Christmas presents. The largest and
most complete line of celluloid goods, i
novelties, toys, tree decorations and
trees, fancy crockery, lamps of all
kinds, etc., at Eckbarts, Twentieth
To our present and foture patrons
We want to call your attention to ou
line of pianos, namely, the Knabe and
Mason & Hamlin, tbe artistic piano
ot tbe age not tbe lowest in price.
lotten s musio bouse.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rabe desire to ex
tend their heartfelt thanks to their
kind friend and neighbors for svm
athy and kindly assistance tend-rfd
n their sad bereavement, also for tbe
many beautiful floral offerings.
Money loaned on personal property
such as household furniture, horses
wagons, buggies, etc., without pub
licity or removal. Eastman os Co
1712 Second avenue. Office open
Monday, Wednesday and baturday
We have a fine line of toys, tbe
finest to be bad, at a very low price.
You will do good to look at our line
before going elsewhere. Our prices
are tbe lowest and our goods are al
fresh. No old or shopworn good t
palm off on the people at the Eistern
Philip Thomas, 145 Fifth avenue
Moline. had bis left leg severely
burned Friday at the steel mill by
red hot bar of iron. The burn reacbe
from tbe ankle to tbe knee and thre
large holes were burned to the bone
Dr. Dunn says the injuries are vert
serious and be is doubtful whether th
leg can be saved.
C. S. Wangelin, chairman of the
telephone committee of the Rock Isl
and Retail Merchants' association, de-
sires the announcement made that b
did not endorse tbe proposition o
Bills & Wortham, and he does not now
favor their plan tor the building of b
telephone exchange here.
We are going to discontinue the sale
of cameras, and hereafter will c mho-
ourselves in this line to tbe sale o
supplies only, and from now unti
Christmas, or until our present stoc
of cameras is gone, we will sell all
cameras for actual cost, and t host-
that are shop worn, or slight 1
marred, for less than cost. Bowlby
Ladies' you should remember tha
S ewart. the batter, has a superb line
of merchandise for men s wear. . A
present for a man selected from tbit-
stock will surely please, as it
strictly first class and up-to-date
tie bas a large line of smoking jackets
bath robes, mackintosh coats, silk bus
pendcrs, a new thing in mulilers, all
grades of gloves, including furs and
seal skins, umbrellas, suit cases
collars, culls, hose, underwear, fancy
shirts, bats, cap, sweaters, neck
wear in endless variety. Call and
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
them, also old running and fever
sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corn
warts, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds
chapped hands, chilblains. Best pile
cure on earth. Drives out pains and
aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure
guaranteed, hold by liartz & Ulle
There Is a Class of People
who are injured bv the use of coffee.
Recently there has been placed in all
the grocery stores a new preparation
called ttrain-O, made of pure grains
that takes the place of coffee. The
most delicate stomach receives it
without distress, and but few can tell
it from coffee. It docs not cost over
one-iourth as much. Children may
drink it with great benefit. 15 cents
and 25 eents per package. Try it.
Ask for Oram-U.
Itcit.ug piles? Nevermind if phy
sicians have failed to cure you. Try
Doan s Ointment. No failure there.
50 cents, at any drug store. For sale
by Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
of Chicago Praises
Pills. They Have
Cured Him of
Chicago. III., Aug. 3o, 1899.
Tbe Dodds MedldiM Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Oentlemeo: Year Kidney Pills are afl that
yon claim for them. I bad been Sufferer for a
Ions; time from Rheumatism, and Dodd's Kidney
Pills Is the only remedy that ever did sne any
rood. I am completely cared and recommend
Dodd's to any sne suffering from Rheumatism,
Dodd's Kidney Pills core all
diseases of tbe Kidneys.
Sold bv all dalm In ,!.
ei ne. SO cen ts a box or six boxes
for $2.50. Sent on receipt of
price br The Dodds Medicine
t-o-t uujxaio, n. x.
SURE CANCER CURE.
Cancers. Tumors. Fistulas. Piles and all kinds
of sores and Ulcers Cured. No knife Used.
Dr. Hadaos, Bpeelallst, At Fnenaa'l Can
cer Institute, Klh bU sad 6U Arenas,
ting ihc stomachs and-Bowels of
Otm.Morpuine nor Mineral.
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF SlXEE
Tac Simile Signature of
EXACT COPT OF WRAPPCB.
Bkxton, Mo., July tT.
For years I suffered terrible pains every
month and my doctor told me I could not
be cured except by an operation. I felt I
could not submit to that and was so des
pondent I had given up all bopes of a cure.
My husband insisted on my trying Wine of
Cardui and at last thank God I did try it.
Last month I did not have pain, and did
all my work, which I had not done iu seven
Jr"' MRS. MINNIE LITTLE.
Modesty is the crowning virtue of American women. It Is the trtlt
that all mankind admires. A modest woman is the most pleasing of all
created thinps. Because of this becoming virtue thousands of women
prefer to suffer untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to a
physician, and to even think of submitting to an examination is revolt
ing. They can't get their own consent to an operation. Wine of Cardui
permits sensitive women to retain their modesty. With it they can cure
" female troubles" in the quiet of their own rooms. If special treatment
is required they can write to the Advisory Department of the Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., and their letters will be promptly answered by
women trained in the cure of
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For advice In canes requiring special
direct! una, addrem, (rtvinir Fyinrttonifi,
!) A a 'WOT J W)U TDtl HilTASIfUUA
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A LARGE BOTTLE
COSTS $I.OO AT
I mil CaMSka-W
The Old Fashioned Pumps
J. F. Robi !!, Presiflert. L. S. McCabb, Vice President. H. E. Cahteel, Cattbler.
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital 8tock, $100,000 Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
C. J. Larkin.
James J. La Velle,
L. S. McCabe,
J. F. Robinson,
H E. CasteeU
MOXEr LOANED ON PERSONAL, COLLATERAL OR REAL ESTATE SECTBITT.
Open daily 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturdays 7 to H p. m.
Office in Rock Island .National Rank building.
JOHJf K. rAJUDOftT.
Shop 119 Seventeenth Sfc.
For Infants and Children.
the Kind You Have
womanly weaknesses and irregu
larities. There should be no hesita
tion. Delayed treatment means a
chronic condition. The longer
postponed the harder to cure.
OF WINE OF CARDUI
THE DRUO STORE.
TMK CCNTAUR COMPAMV. WCW TCWW CfTY.
OAre rapidly being replaced by
nnmna rf mrtApm rnneitriirtfnn
f -t"' - --
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street.
E. D Sweeney.
Henry W. Tremann,
H. D. Mack,
Jobn Bebafer, Jr.,
L D. Mudre.
Loui A. Schmidt.
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