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THE AEGUS, TnUESDAY, JUNE IS, 1903.
Partly cloudy toniglit and
Friday, witli probably show
ers; no decided change in tem
perature. J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature--At 7 a. m. 62;
at 2:30 p. m. 72.
Uicycles at Ilynes.
Zazaro. .Union cigar.
Ilynes repairs wheels.
Spring lamb at Schroeder's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of IJeidy Bros.
Gasoline stoves at AYilcher's.
Excursion to Dubuque Sunday.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Kerler Bros, renovate mattresses.
Dressed spring chickens at Hess
Extra fancy strawberries at lless
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Order your fresh fish at Schroeder's
Excursion to Dubuque Sunday. On
ly $1.50 for the round trip.
For tin and furnace work see II. T.
Eiemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, Union 283.
Thompson's foundry, 542 Twenty
fourth street. . General jobbing' foun
dry. Don't miss the excursion to Du
buque Sunday. $1.50 for the round
liest photos at McMann's, Twenty
third street, lledueed prices to stu
dents. Hess Bros, will have fresh trout,
river salmon, cattish, buffalo and carp
Bead the Leader's special for Fri
day and Saturday on lage seven.
Some interesting prices.
Tri-City Painters union excursion
to Dubuque Sunday. June 21. Fare
for the round trip $1.50.
The Low German Sisters society
will give a bird shoot at Ruber's
garden .lune 20. Admission, .10 cents;
children's tickets, 25 cents.
Moonlight excursion on the J. S.
Friday night, .lune 19. Music and re
freshments on board. Tickets, 35
Attend the moonlight excursion Fri
day, June 19, on the steamer J. S.
Tickets. 35 cents. Music and refresh
ments on board.
Tomorrow evening the closing com
mencement exercises of the season
will be heltl at Augustana college,
when the business class will graduate
with the usual ceremonies.
An adoption was recorded in the
county court this morning. Hael
Wolfe, a year-old child from the Union
Mission, being taken by Mr. and Mrs.
John Kinfel.lt, of Andalusia.
The moonlight excursion to be giv
en under the auspices of the Acme so
ciety of Grace Lutheran church prom
ises an enjoyable evening to all who
attend. The steamer J. S. leaves Nine
teenth street at 8 p. m. Tickets, 35
2.000 ladies and gentlemen are want
ed to go on a pleasure trip to Musca
tine from Bock Island. Davenport, and
Moline, Saturday. June 20, on the J. S.
Bound trip, 50 cents. Music, dancing
and refreshments. Boat leaves Bock
Island at 9 a. m.
Mrs. Ella Goodrich, a M us -ratine wo
man, suicided Monday night by jump
ing from the high bridge at that city
into the Mississippi, The body was
recovered eight miles below the city
by a clam digger, who found the body
fast upon his "crowfeet."
The ambulance was kept more than
busy yesterday afternoon. Besides
attending to several purely local calls
it conveyed F. II. Horstkamp from 220
Warren street, Davenport, to the hos
pital, .and. met the afternoon Peoria
train to take Mrs. Sarah Clark, of
Beynolds, to St. Anthony's hospital.
Three out-of-lown couples were
married at the ollice of Judge Par
menter at the court house yesterday
afternoon. They were William K.
Wickelman and Miss Adelina l'est.and
Sebastin Fuchs and Mrs. Elizabeth
.Tones, of Davenport, ami Ilobert Col
lingwood and Miss Elizabeth A. Hutch
inson, of Cable.
A number of Knights Templar from
out of the city were on hand to at
tend the last hop of the season given
by Bock Island commandery last ev
ening. The function was held at
BlacK Hawk Inn and there were about
100 couples participating. During the
evening vocal solos were rendered by
Miss Bella Carpenter, Miss Gertrude
Carse and Keith Collins.
William Tippetts, the man who mur
dered Ira Shrake early in the season
by striking him over the head with a
stick of wood .when both were work
ing on the rafter C. W. Cowles, has
committed suicide by shooting him
self at his home in Victory, near La
Crosse, Wis. He had been brooding
over the crime for which he was to
have been tried in the fall.
The train on the Bock Island known
as the Bocky Mountain Limited has
not exactly been abandoned, but the
service has been annulled west of
Omaha so far as that train is con
cerned until the first of next month.
Soft track is the reason for the dis
continuance of this train further
west than Omaha, until July 1, when
repairs to the track will have made
it possible to resume this service.
An artesian well with the purset
kind of water has just been complet
ed at the Watertown asylum. A depth
of 1,391 feet was attained and Dr.
Taylor declares he has gone just far
enough in the St. Peter sandstone to
secure the very best supply without
the taste of iron so disagreeable to
some people. The .well gushed as
high as 75 gallons, a minute when the
pumps were running slow, and almost
any quantity of water may be ob
tained. A deal was completed today through
which Carl Achterman disposes of
the property occupied by the C. O. D.
laundry on Third avenue, together
with 20 feet lying immediately west,
to E. Dorn, the tailor, the considera
tion being $S,500. The sale was ef
fected through Beidy Bros, agency.
Mr. Dorn will hold the property as
an investment and the laundry will
continue to occupy the quarters.
Friday morning, June 19 at 9 o'clock
we will sell at our shoe store 500 one
dollar bills for 90 cents each. We do
this to prove to skeptical persons that
we are selling our shoes below the
wholesale cost. It is not necessary to
make a purchase all you have to do
is to have the exact change in your
hand 90 cents and the cashier will
hand you a one-dollar greenback,
United States government money.
Bradford,' O'Brien & Co., 1712 Second
avenue, J. F. Schneider's old stand.
Look for the red Hag.
A. J. Beiss, the popular druggist,
has fitted up in the rear of his phar
macy at the corner of Twenty-seventh
street and Seventh avenue an ice
cream soda "retreat" that is bound to
become very popular this summer.
The "retreat" has been nicely sodded
and furnished in true rustic fashion
with benches, tables, palms, plants,
etc., and will be open to the public
for the first time next Saturday even
ing. No pains have been spared to
make the place cool and comfortable,
and Beiss' excellent ice cream smlas,
sundaes, etc.. will be sered there ev
ery evening during the summer. All
are cordially invited to the opening.
Tri-Cities Painters' district council
of Davenport, Bock Island and Mo
line. excursion to Dubuque and return
Sunday, June 21, H(3, via the Chica
go, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, on
ly $1.50 for the round trip. Tickets
good going and returning only on spe
cial train and date named below. Go
ing special train will leave Moline at
7:30 a. m., Bock Island at 7:15 a. in.
and Davenport at 8 a. in.. Sunday,
June 21, 1903; returning, special train
will leave Dubuque at S p. m.. Sunday,
June 21, 1903. Baseball game (Three
Eye league teams), Dubuque vs. IJock
ford. For further particulars, apply
to E. C. Merrill, agent, Moline; S. 15.
Stoddard, agent. Bock Island; P. L.
Ilinriehs. commercial agent. Daven
port; F. A. Miller, general passenger
agent, Chicago, or George S. Marsh,
first assistant general passenger
SALE OF LIQUOR AFFECTED
BY SUPREME COURT RULING
A supreme court ruling on
Iipior licenses handed down by
.fudge J. N. Carter as his
last official act will affect clubhouses
throughout the state and will also
render it necessary to procure a dram
shop license in order to sell liquor to
the retail trade under any circum
stances. The case m question was
that of the People vs. the Law and
Order club, of Sparta, 111. The club
had been selling liquor to its members
and the supreme court held that the
sale in the club was in effect the same
as its sale to the general public ami
refused to discriminate.
Among other decisions handed
down by the court Were the follow
ing: The city of Chicago was held to
possess the right to compel the street
railways to lower their tunnels in th
Chicago river, so navigation would
not be obstructed.
Banks cannot purchase government
bonds and hold them temporarily for
the purpose of evading taxation, and
the state lhe stock commission has
no right to hold cattle for a tubercu
The time of commitment of prison
ers shall date from the day of their
incarceration, and not from the day
The election of the three additional
circuit court judges in Chicago is de
Against state live stock commission
in case where board sought to hold
cattle for tuberculin test.
Set aside deed of DeKalb county
woman to John Alexander Dow ie.
HELD CHECK FOR DEBT
AND WAS PROSECUTED FOR IT
A case involving Sears parties was
heard in Justice Schriver's court yes
terday afternoon. James Crosby had
John Dee arrested for larceny, but
the charge failed to stick. The de
fendant keeps a store at Sears and
the plaintiff became indebted to him
last winter. Lately Crosby had been
having his weekly pay checks cashed
at the store ami the grocer took part
of the money to apply cm the indebt
edness. Last Saturday when the
check was presented the grocer kept
the entire amount audi the arrest and
prosecution followed. Justice Schri
ver in effect decided that the defend
ant was justified in the course he
Two Moline boys, 14 years old, ran
away from home yesterday and the
Rock Island police have been instruct
ed to look out for them. One of the
lads is Hugh Harris, a son of Mrs.
Harris, of 1829 Twenty-fourth avenue,
and the ether is Arthur McCarl.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper George W. White,
lVoria; B. M. Keating, Boston; II.
Shaughnessy, Chicago; J. M. Klein,
Detroit; B. C. Bovey, Dixon; L. K.
Henry, New York; Robert E. Casey,
Chicago; E. II. Anthony, Moline; A.
J. Kucheman, Moline; S. O. Tripps,
Peoria; Horace Burrough, Baltimore;
X. II. MacLean, Milwaukee; W. W.
Winton, Madison; S. F. Wood Balti
more; E. N. Griffith, Watertown; Ba
nd Bucksweiler, New York; X. II. Ro
senthal, New York; M. S. Rosenthal,
New- York; Y. O. Hitchcock, Peoria;
C. E. Taylor, Pleasant Valley; E. N.
Welch, Cincinnati; S. S. Henderson,
Chicago; A. A. Gardeeke. Peoria; H.
F. Hinland, La Crosse; V. W. Dashill,
Chicago; J. A. Marshall, Chie'hgo;
George E. Bailey, city; S. E. Kauf
man, Cleveland; J. A. Sherwood, Chi
cago; C. W. Price, New York; C. B.
Whitney, Detroit; William Metzger,
I'niladelphia; F. F. Yater, Chicago;
Joe Bosenfield, city; W. S. Hunt, Chi
cago; A. M. Downing, Chicago; L. J.
Beeson, Peoria; E. G. Kat heart, Bur
lington; W. G. Bierd, Chicago; F. O.
Melcher, Chicago; Robert Meeke, Chi
cago; J. M. Stannard, Chicago; H. S.
Smith, Chicago; George B. Phroman,
St. Louis; W. T. Benham, Cincinnati;
M. B. Andelfinger, New York; A. I.
King, New York; Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Lindb'-rg, Chicago; H. W. McCandless,
New York; (J. H. Jones, Chicago; W.
T. McCaskey, London; J. A. Dupont,
Dubuque; C. E. Walsh, Chicago.
At the Harms (European) D. T.
Stewart, Cincinnati, Ohio; A. Smeath
ers, Peoria; T. J. O'llara, Chicago; L.
L. Copeland, Cincinnati, Ohio; R. A.
Whitney, .Peoria; Robert E. Morris,
Cincinnati; D. E. Bosenfield, New
York; C. A. Hanson, Seneca, 111.; J.
C Baker, Edgington, 111.; J. 1). Rer
ick, Chicago; W. C. Black, Peoria;
Miss Eda Eads. Paris. 111.; F. W.
Hatch. Chicago; B. J. Wilkinson, Bur
lington, Iowa; F. J. Perkins. South
Haven, Mich.; W. W. Roach. New
York; Dan W. Douglas, Philadelphia;
G. A. Bolhwell, Chicago; T. Bamber
ger, Chicago; M. 15. Ziegler, Gales
burg; F. A. Ilillier, Chicago; W. Steu
chen. Cincinnati; Jonathan Jones, Ke
wanee; Ferdinand B. Dade, Milwau
kee; Stephen R. Marivich, Cincinnati;
G. Renfer, Chicago; J. C. Perry, Chi
cago. At the Rock Island W. S. Hunt,
Chicago; T. E. Van Sant, Kansas
City; M. J. Stalbut. Chicago; J. R.
Pitney. Feoria; I'.. C. McChesney, Pon
tile; William Dunne, Peoria; J. S.
Burns and wife, Orion; C. C. Hums,
Orion; F. Johnson and wife, Des
Moines; J. 1). Tibbols, Bushnell; C. L.
Fritseh, St. Louis; K. X. Gass. Chica
go; John Schafer, Port JSyron; J. L.
Cox. St. Louis; S. C. Flickinger and
family. Morrill, Kans.; Oeorge II. Dur
gan, Chicago; M. 11. Keating, Galena;
J. 1). liaise, Bloouiington; E. A. Wood.
Edgington; R. M. Robertson, Chicago;
II. Fredricks, Chicago; J. C. Buckley.
Chicago; W. A. llotchkiss. -MinncajMi-lis;
V. J. Owens, Chicago.
GIVES UP PLAN TO ERECT
BIG HOTEL IN DAVENPORT
M. D. Peterson, f Davenport, today
announced: that he had given up the
project of building the Hotel Lincoln
thaf he had planned to erect in that
city. The lowest bid on the struc
ture was $225,000, and it was figured
thaf it would require $25,000 more, at
least, to furnish it. The plans that
were prepared for the hostelry called
for a six-story building with 150
rooms. Had it been erect etl it would
probably have been leased by Me
Hugh & Montrose, proprietors of the
Harper and Rock Island hotels in this
WILL ENDEAVOR TO RAISE
BIG SUM FOR ENDOWMENT
At the meeting of the Augustana
synod of the Swedish Lutheran church
at Paxtoii the following were elected
directors .f Augustana college: Rev.
J. (I. Dahlberg, Rock Island; Rev. J.
A. Anderson, Cresfon, Iowa; Rev. C.
G. Johnson, Galesburg, and F. A. Lan
dee, of Moline.
It was decided to cnJcnvor to raise
the sum of 250.MiO for lhe endow
ment of the college between now and
1910, when f he institution will have
been 50 years in existence. The col
lege directors were given authority
t direct the campaign to raise the
Dang'r Hgt. Change
Line. 8 a. m. 24hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul II I.S -0.3
Red Wing U 5.0 -0.4
Reed's Landing... 12 4.7 ....
La Crosse 12 7.2 -0.3
Prairie du Chicn. . IS S.9 -0.4
Dubuque 15 10.3 -0.0
Le Claire 12 7.1 -0.4
Davenport 15 9.2 -0.2
Des Moines Rpds.. ..' (.( -0.5
Keokuk 15 12.2 -0.7
St. Louis 30 31.0 -1.3
Kansas City 21 10.2 -1.0
River forecast for 4S hours ending S
a. in.. Sat u relay, June 20, 1903: A rap
id fall will continue in the Mississippi
between Dubuque and Muscatine. '
Capt. Killeen, superintendent of
the Diamond Jo line, has appointed
the officers who will have charge of
the steamer Quincy during the com
ing season. Owing to the increasing
passenger and freight traffic of the
line it was found necessary to put the
Quincy into service. The officers ay
pointed are: Captain. Steve Dolson;
first clerk, William Keith; second
clerk, Frank L. Dickey; pilots, Steve
Dolson and Levi Williams; first en
gineer, (ieorge Galloway; second en
gineer, Boy Gullbert; steward, Wil
liam Beyer; mate. Con McGee; car
penter, August Frebelkorn. These
men are the' pick of a large number
of . candidates. AH are well know n to
the tourists and traveling public.
Steve Dolson has been on the river
for many years.
The Gardie Eastman ami the vino
na were down. The J. W. Van. Sant,
Lydia Van Sant, Winona and Buth
went north. The Silver Crescent de
parted for Burlington. The stage of
water was 9.20 at G a. in. and 9.10 at
noon. The -temperature at noon was
June 17. C. J. W. Schreiner and
Roth Bros, to R. A. Donaldson, h ts
30, 37 and 3S, Schreiner & Roth Bros'.
Cottage Grove subdiv., South Bock
Licensed to Wed.
Frances Akers Cleburne, Texas
Miss Mabel McMann Moline
Charles W. Witnier Lanark, HI.
Miss OIlie Boberts Moline
William E. Wickelmann. .. .Davenport
Miss Adelina Best Davenport
Edward W Lewis Rock Island
Miss Margaret Ilodgdon. .Bock Island
illiam Sebastin r uehs. ... Davenport
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones Davenport
G. William Kurth Rock island
Miss Mary Wulff. . .Black Hawk Twp.
Lee Crouch Bock Island
Miss Minnie Newton Rock Island
Hardy W. Kost Rock island
Miss Alma Coons Rock Island
Chicago, June 18 -Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today's markets:
July. 76-S : T!H : '.fifr .
Sept. 7-1 "i: 75: 4:
Dec, ; lb; Ti; 74!4.
July.50'i: BI4: SOU: 60.
Sept, 4U?- 50: 50.
Dec, 48; 4S?4; 477,; 4! b.
Sepl. 83J: 344: 33:
lice, 3l4; 314; 33;34.
July, 1 95: 17 02: 10 .": 17.00.
Sept., H5.b6; 17.02; 16.90; 16.Ua
July. 8 85: 8 87- 8 85: 8.S5 .
Sept.. 8 J; U.0U; 8 2; e-W.
JulV, 9.S7 ; 9.35: 9.27:9.32.
Sept.. M.27 : .:13; 9.27: i 30..
Rye. July 524; flax, casn, N. W. 1.07; S. V.
1.04, July 1.(0: Sep. 1.08: barley, .47&.
Keceipts toaav. Wncat 2t5. coru 495. oais
17J; hogs 28,000: cattle 7.000. sheep 11, cut).
rioft market opened steaily.
Light t5.i)5&0.20: nnxtrd a.-d butch
ers, laooaos.v Kood Heavy, (Q.Go&tS 30; rough
hayv, 6 oKS-t.io.
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market tiened blow.
Hogs at Kansas City 6.000. cattle 2.000:
hogs at Umaha lu.ooo. cattle 2,500.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hoe market owned for light generally
steady, others mostly 5c lower.
L.ignt, ; y.v&,ts 20 ; mixed and nuicners. t. vo
ati.ai; ttood hsavy, I56&6 25; rough heavy.
Cattle market slow and steady.
Heeres (4 155.50. cows and neifers 1.70C6
4.85. Texas steera 3.25a 60, mockers and
feeders 2 7SW.7o.
Sheep market oull and weak. !
Union Stork yards close.
Hog market ilo.sed strong.
LlKnt, t .ooao.su: mixed and butchers. G.OO
a.2.5: good heavy, t'i.ou&6.30; rough heavy.
Cattle market closed strong to 10c nigner.
Sheep market closed mow and weak.
Estimated receipts Kridar: Wheat 30;
corn 550, oats 170, hogs 24.0UU.
New York Stocks. .
New York, June 18. The following are the
dosing quotations on the New York stock
So. Pacific 48'i. Rugar 119.C.& A. com. "OS,
eas 7. fenua. 125. B. & O. M V C. K. 1.
P. com 33 V C. M- &st. 1 1504, Manhattan 130,
Pacltlc Wail -.'7. Atchison com . uv V. U.
Tel. Co. K5. N. Y. Central UtfV L. & N.
106U. 11., K. T. f'). Rdg. com. 47. leather
com. ...copier 534, Atchison wtd. vt, V.
S. Steel pid 7'.4. U. S. Sieei common 'JS,
Missouri Pacific 1024. Union 1'acihc common
7u . coal and iron WH- Krie common 32;
Wauash ptd 4vCan Pacific 1214. Republic,
Steel common 15, Republic Steel pid. 744.
M. K. & T. commou American Car
Foundry common 344; C. & G. V. 184-
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Qnotatlons on Provisions, Llvs
Stock. F ! and Fuel.
Rock Island. June 18. I'-.llowing are the
qnotatlons on the local market:
Butter Creamery zUQ.22c, dalryllairc
Eggs Fresh 14c .
Live poultry Spring chickens 3 00m f:i.N)
per dozen nens 10c per pound, ducks 124c,
turkeys 124c, geese 4c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 65C.
Cattle Steers f3.E0 to 11.50. cows and
belt ers 13.00 to t4-25, calves (4.25 to 15.75
Hogs Mixed and butchers 15.25 to (5 75
Sheep Yearlings or over, per cwt. 1 1.00 to
15 25, Lambs per head 14. CO to ftt.50.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 50($.Vc; oats. 35c to SGc
Forage Timothy hay. fi2 to Si:i. prairie
IP to til. baled prairie 19, baled timothy tli
sti aw, la.ro.
Wood Hard, per load t5.00ORj.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel I3c(&14c, mine run
13c per bushel, stack, per bushel 7c.
U. J. TOHKR.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
All the news all the time The
Ouf Great I
IS CROWDED EVERY DAY
WITH SATISFIED CUSTOMERS.
ON ALL SIDES WE HEAR THE
WORDS OF PRAI6E ON THE
Prices of Our
WE SELL MORE TRIMI.'ED
HATS THAN ANY OTHER
STORE IN THIS CITY AND
WE SHOW ALMOST TWICE AS
MANY HATS AS OTHERS DO.
WE USE NONE BUT THE
BEST OF MATERIALS, NO MAT
TER HOW LOW IN PRICE THE
WE CHARGE ONLY FOR THE
MATERIAL USED. NOTHING
TACKED ON FOR STYLE, AND
ONLY A MODERATE CHARGE
FOR TRIMMING THE HAT.
ALL OUR HATS ARE MARKED
IN PLAIN FIGURES AND ONE
PRICE TO ALL.
WE EMPLOY NONE BUT THE
BEST MILLINERS MONEY CAN
Every Hat is Right
in Style as Well as
Over 500 Trimmed
Hats to Select From
at 31.98, $2.98, $3.98,
$4.98, up to $14.98
WE CAN SHOW YOU AN AS
SORTMENT AT ANY PRICE AND
GUARANTEE YOU A SAVING
OF FROM $1 TO ?3 ON ANY HAT
YOU MAY BUY.
Do you know that Sailors
arc very stylish this season?
Buy one of our new Broad
Brim Sailors and you will
have the proper hat to wear
with the shirt waist
ROUGH STRAW SAIL- IQ
ORS, WIDE BRIM 0L
SENNET STRAW SAIL- PQ
ORS. WIDE BRIM, AT UJt
FINE SPLIT MILAN SAILORS
AT 75c, $1.25, CI PQ
$1.b0 AND sI.U7
You Can Save 25c to
50c by Buying Your
Sailor of Us
114-116 W. 2d STH DAVENPORT
Largest, Leading and Lowest Priced
Cloak and Millinery House
In the Three Cities
Happy Little Ooesf
We can make them happy by selling- them a pair of shoes
that will wear the right length of time, be t-tlih, polish
well, be. priced right and fit without pinching or slipping. i
We believe that the best thing we can di is to have a satis-
tied customer. We have a great
We have the youth's and children's
from $1.50 to .... $2.00
We have the misses and children's
from $1.00 to .... $1.75
We have the little gents' from 81.25
We have the boys' from $1.50 to $2.25
DULLY iSKOS.. ULt $
Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3.50
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ARABIAN Porch Furniture--well made and
cheap 2.25 and tip.
CREX GRASS Porch furniture very new
and refined styles up from 3.75.
LAWN AND PORCH SETTEES all sizes and
colors up from 1.4-8.
HAMMOCKS great variety up from 98 ct.
Drake Furniture 1 Carpet
C fm rtir Fourth and "Brady Sts,
UllipdHy, Davenport, A Ictva
Very Low One Way and Round Trip Rate to
the Northwest via the
One-way colonist tickets on sale until
Round trip homeseekers' tickets on sale
first and third Tuesdays, April, May and
June, at the rate of one fare plus Si for
For information write at once to
Charles S Ftc, G. P. 6c T. A.
St. Paul, Minn.
GREAT BARGAINS IN DIAMONDS.
Watches, jewelry, musical instruments, clothing nnd unredeemed goods of
eery description. Money loaned on all the above mentioned articles. Sie
gel's Pawn Shop, 320 Twentieth streot. Thone 6G3 brown.
CHANGE OF LOCATION.
Notice is given to the public that J. .1. Haker has removed from o0
Twentieth street to Ament's Second Hand Store, 1(2 Second avenue.
Thone oOtfl. Ut pairing and recovering of umbrellas.
many of them.
Brady Street, Davenport, la. J
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