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TECE ABGrTJB. SATURDAY. FEliRUAKY G, 189:2
let art in tt"-" one tiD1
4ml -;raitfbfy nt irred tueUyp-ccritlc galL
. .. ;.i -lt technkiat! be nil iu nil,"
. n -iitF mpnnini. Worthless. dead
fj),, jthrll wiltiont its pearl, the corj of
j.rc w.inls are till tbe spirit ltud tliem
p.-t bo brratljes no soul into his lute
I'ltlN slHnoi art; l wcrewm-i no u.u.
-llC workmanship wherewith tbe tfold U
.. pl..l.Hii.u In Itm rifll(Mt Cdlfl:
Uholiifkstliuart to shape li is thou-jlitl hold.
Were little poiirer if he lacked tbe thought.
p.t' -tattn-'s sIiiiiiImt were unbroken still
W ill, 111 tbe marble, had tbe hand no skill.
i'.p;ir:ii;e nut the manic touch that cives
Tho fi.rtiib-ss thought tbe grace whereby it
T. B. A Id rich in Century.
'i'r iviIcm-s iinx-cciliii! 11I0111; the Kiircre
sci:ir:ttes Yiiful en Dor mountain
fr.i'ii tb;it i.! I iiruica cciine upon the .laliv
niii rivi-r. Mtre of the tlei-j) sources of
hi li stiriiu'-from an iimiifh' cavern of
.lalni liti". I" front of litis cavern then?
htamls a MU..U convent, which was built
uirinv year- ;ii;o. This cavern is said to lie
jiieruiina!'le. for t hose who on.e ciiti reil
il have never liecti known to rerqijicar.
oi ineilv tin- :iw was the (Iwellin-; of n
11-t volts ciieliriNtcr, w ho .'iis sa'nl to I it?
iiiwavs on the lookout tor iiminens, w noiu
ic cai rieil oil' Iroia the lichls w here they
were nt work, from their atei'nal homes,
and even from the foot of the altar. It was
siiil that thev follow cil him without resist -
nee, (ind thut w hen once .-one away tliey
iere never imain seen by mortal eye.
M any eon ratfeous, tl.trini: yoiit Its hail sworn
In deliver I hem; had even called out to the
enchanter hv name, Huron.' J'.ucore.'"
I il licit her he enchanter nor any one of
the maidens ever came forth.
In the eelty village of linear, nt the
f.n t, of r.u.-c!:i mountain, theredwelt lieuu
1 ',: i:l .lalomii .a, a you nt; woman who swore
that no mat ter under what form the en-
hanter resenteil himself to her, nnd no
matter what fallacious promises lie made
her. she would never he induced to fol
low him. ' Kveii were he to rarry mc into
the cave." said she, "I should find some
means of escaiiinu."
This was very audacious speech on her
part; ami the old people, when they heard
her l:n.it int;, shook their heads, shrugged
their shoulders and said, "When the tn-
hanter desires t bee thou wilt do lis others
have done and wilt follow him from in-
1 1 ; 1 1 ion."
Hut a h nirf li of time elapsed before nny
thitu.' occurred to put the rouratie of the
j -111111; :;;;! to the proof. .laloinitza was
the pride of t lie village for she was very
i 1 if t" 1-ioL upoi:. with her peachlike
clucks, iresh rid lifts, wavy yellow hair
it:ul ilecp blue eyes, which were all in nc-
I . l:i it'-i- wi; h the linely chiseled nose and
1 run-pan lit nostrils. l'roin above her
II. lily embroidered dress there issued ft
I -lie t hroal, white as t he driven snow,
while the liny rebellious yellow curls
hich escaped from the thick plaits of her
l..iir. resisting nil discipline, curled natu
rally on lu r neck and forehead.
'Mien was one youth from the village
v h.i had c-ouslii utcd himself her follower
v herever she might go at the fountain.
ia 'he liclds, at the weekly Sunday dunce
- but sl.e did not take much notice of poor
t man. t iiough he was n very otnely yoiit Ii
.'"i '. well to do. lie possessed fields of bis
' " p horses, cows, liulTalocsanc sheep, and
I - usually wore a w aistcoat of whiteshecp--t.in
richly embroidered iu colors, and a
white mantle lined with red cloth,
I rih rid w ith gold nnd colored needle
v rk. Many young girls liMiked with fa
'. r on Cnmiiii, and .lalomitza was the only
. e u ho never seemed to t hink of him at
cil. Hit dreams were only of the Kn
1 hanter Uucore, und of the menus of coni
h ii itig him so as to nvenge t he loss of nil
those poor young women w ho had fallen
into his snares.
Ii was n line Sunday afternoon, while
tin- heated dancers were themselves awhile
r-i tig. that suddenly the sounds of flute
w civ heard w hich was played so melodi
iiiisly that the young folks were utterly as-
They looked around with curiosity, and
-i'ied a young shepherd leaning ugainst a
tree, his feet crossed one over the other,
aim and composed, as if he had grown
' here, and yet no one had seen him come,
mil to all of them he was quite a stranger.
Jlc played and played, but lis if for himself
iiioiie. Once be raised his eyes and looked
liill at Jaloruitza, who had drawn near to
.vcn to hisexquisite music, and stood with
larti-d lips nnd quivering nostrils.
After 11 short lapse of time again he
rased his eyes to hers yet a third time,
-ill his ga.e dwelt more lixediy. Then
1 ..man wl iscred iu her ear, "Go away
li'.m t his, .Inlomit.a, that man is imper
tinent." lint the shoulders mid elbows of
tin young girl exhibited n gesture of im
1 11 i.-nie.
' -laloinitza," he repeated, "are you not
ii-hained to lie looked on in that manner?"
M ill she gave him no answer, but turned
I 1 back toward him. ".laloinitza," he
' " d, " I tell you that t his shepherd is none
I' iiei- than the Ciichanter Uucore. "
At this saying the shepherd bowed his
' ad, but did not rcase playing.
hilomitza felt her heart grow icy cold,
nii'l her throat became dry and parched.
'1 low can you know that?" asked she,
v"Uin provoking air, not, however, with
i.ut being unable to prevent her lips from
"I know it because I feel it, and 1 feel it
i-'iaise 1 love you. I see, also, that he
.. a-es you, nnd i fear that you will be his
v " t mi, like all those who have gone be-
"Il' Never! I swear it to you." said she,
Rowing deathly pale.
'1 he shepherd approached, and holding
" t his llute said toComan: "Here is my
Utile. Will you take it and try your
W ilkout considering what he .-as doing,
miian seized the instrument and com
Bii'iiced playing, but with such verve and
s!';rit that lie was astonished at his own
lTformance. He composed fresh Hou
inaiiian dances, such as he had never before
beard: but he remarked thut no matter
w'iiat the dance might Ik, each time it wns
t'a shepherd w ho gave his hiiud to Jalo
uiitza. '1 hen he liegan a sorrowful song, so pa
'"tically sorrowful that, the women had
Jars in their eyes, and Jalomitza entreated
"'in to leave off this strain of melancholy.
litit he was not to be dissuaded nnd still
amtinued to play, wearing an expression
f deep sorrow on bin countenance.
.K.ii evening approached nnd the dan
i' .s bei;itn to disperse, some iu groups,
oiiiiiu remained and Jalomitza also, as
haim-d to bi side, but the shepherd had
"-'ease those sounds, Coman," cried she;'
you rend my heart to pi2ces. Vou know
that though I do not love you I have
worn never to lielong to any other. Be
reasoneole, I beseech you. and put asidtf
But still Coman rontinueil his music;'
sometime ayly, a if he were disposed to
be merry; then in men a dolorous fashion
that the very nightingales in the wooded
vale below replied 1 3 him.
Near and still nenrer came the nightin
gale, aud by the light of the moon the
maiden saw the bird perch itself on Co
jnan's head and accompany him in its
Then the bird gradually withdrew itself:
but Jalomitza, attracted by its warbling,
followed it all th-i night long without
knowing in what direction she was going.
Coman also followe 1 the bird through the
valley to the edge of a stream.
When morning approached, the bewil
dered maiden pret-scd her hand to her
forehead and cried out. "Where am I? 1
must be far from my home, ami this coun
try seems quite strange to me. Coman,
where are we? I i.m afraid that bird
that bird was Buct re." j
Coman endeavor d to reassure her, but
Soon after this a beautiful saddle bono
came in sight. I'-aneing along a valley
and bounding toward .laloinitza. it rubbed
its nose against her shoulder.
"Oh," cried she, "if 1 wee tmt a bird. I
trou Id escape from the caresses of this mon
ster!" Scarcely had she said this than her form
took that of a dove, which winged its flight
far away into tin mist: but the horse, now
changed to a fak-t n, from a great height
pounced dow n upm her arid carried her
olT in his talons to he mountain.
"Ah! were 1 but ulicld flower," screamed
she in terror, and in a moment she grew
into a blue forget nipnot by the river's side.
The falcon, now hanged to a butterfly,
hovered around hi r, alighted ou her and
caressed her with its wings.
"Were I but a trout in a stream,'' now
thought Jalon.itza, and immediately she
was turned into i silvery fish; but the
butterfly became i. net, which caught the
trout and held it up in the air until it
thought it would die. Half dead, the
poor young thing cried, "Were I but a
Immediately sh.? was gliding swiftly
along across ht-rbs and flowers, and
thought to hide herself under every leaf
or every stone; bi t from a neighboring
stone there sprang out a serpent, which
so fascinated her with its terrible eyes
that she remained motionless.
Then thought site, "If I could take the
form of a tiiin. it a convent at least. I
should l hidden.'
Then nlxive her head there slowly rose
the cupola of a ch irch in w hich the lights
were burning, and a solemn chant was be
ing sung by some 1 undreds of nuns. Wear
ing the vestm. nts of a nun, Jalomitza
knelt before the in age of a saint, her heart
beating with feai, though she still h;ul
hope that t he sane uary would be her pro
tection. With grat it tide he raised her eyes tot he
face of the image Mid met the face of Uu
core peering dow i upon her. His eyes
fascinated her so that she was unable to
move away, even though the church was
When night r.pr roached. the -eyes of the
image grew luminous and burned her
like lire, whiie lur tears (lowed without
ceasing on the cold stones on which she
"Ah!" cried she. "p. veil in a consecrated.
holy place I cannot In; nt peace! Were 1
but a cloud!"
The!: t he cupola above her opened, spread
out and became gradually the vault of
heaven, in which, is a loud, she floated to
a prodigious hcig it. Hut her persecutor
now became the v ind, and pursued her to
the nort h, to the south, to the east, to the
west, all around the globe. '
"Uetter a grain of sain! than this," cried
the weary, storm driven cloud, which
quickly fell to t hi earth as a tiny grain of
golden sand. Uucore w as now, however, a
peasant, walking barefooted in tbe bed of
the stream in sear -h of gold dust.
Next Jalomitza liecniiic a drop of dew on
a gentictieila flower, but there her perse
cutor was a sunl cam, and overw helmed
her with light and heat. j
As a young ga.elie she now sprang up,
leaping from rock to rock: but she unhap
pily missed her footing, and she fell
straight into the cave of the Knchanl-er.
who took the form of a sportsman, and fol
lowed on her track, trying out. "At length
X hold thee in my tower!" ;
In terror she Hew farther and farther
into the grotto until she readied its ex
tremity. There fhe found herself sur
rounded by tall, upright stones, which
were the forms of lM-aiitiful young women,
from whose eyes fi 11 unquenchable tears.
"Oil, fly!" cried i hundred voices at the
same time. "Kly from hence, unfortunate
maiden. If thou receivest a kiss from him
who pursues thee thou wilt be turned into
stone like ourselvi s."
At this moment an arrow was shot and
came traversing the whole length of the
cave and grazed tl e shoulder of the fugi
tive gazelle. In the agony of death she ex
claimed, "If I had tieen a stream I could
have escaped from him," and suddenly she
was precipitated from the grotto in the
shape of an impetuous, turbulent river. ,
The enchanter hurled a terrible maledic
tion, and becoming himself a rock seized
and tried to hold List in his embrace tbe
stream which always escaped him. ,
Coman shortly afterward reached the
grotto, and concentrating all his strength
flung the (lute agiiinst tbe rock on whose
grimacing face he reeoguized that of Iitt
core. and the each intmcnt was at end.
In future neither Bncore nor Jalomitza
could change their form, and to this day
the Jalomitza continues its turbulent
course, an 1 the roek Bucore remains with
outstretched arms. '
Coman built a c lapel at the entrance to
the grotto and became a hermit, passing
his days in mourn ul contemplation of his
Jalomitza. Carmen Sylva, Queen of Kou
mania. Ancient. Sacred Fire.
The most juiciest sacred fire now existing
in India was coui.idered twelve centuries
ago in commemor ition of the voyage made
by the I'arsees when they emigrated from
Persia to India. The fire is fed five times
every twenty-four hours with sandal wood
and other fragn nt materials combined
with very dry f u A. This fire, in the vil
lage of Oodwada, near Bulsar, is visited by
the Parsees in large numbers during the
months allotted to the presiding genius of
fire. -Phi lade! phi i Ledger.
The iuartb'H Klcuients.
The plunet, as tne storehouse of material
for every construe tion, natural or human,
yields acertaiu numberof elements. About
sixty-four may be accepted as the number
hitherto discovered, and these certainly are
all thnt are of any mass or quantity. Out
of these for struetural und working use
ouly about one fo irtb are etnloyed either
by nature or by inuu. Louguiun's .Muga
zine. BiS Head, ltie But
Both men and women have their fail
ings. With men, it is tbe big bead; with
women, the jig h it. Boston Transcript. ,
& Bate InvMiment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase price. On
this safe plan you can buy from our ad
vertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It is
guaranteed to bring relief in every case,
when used for any affection of throat,
lungs or chest, such as consumption, in
fUixmaiion of lungs, bronchitis, asthma,
whooping cough, croup, etc. It is pleas
ant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe,
an Jean always be depended upon. Trial
bottles free stllarizA Bahnsen's drug
VTe desire to say to our citizens, that
for yesrs we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumpiion, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Buck en's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
nevn handled remedies thnt tell as well,
or tnht have given such universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate to guarantee
tl em every lime, and we stand ready to
refund the purchase price, if satisfactory
results do not follow their use. These
remedies have won their preat popularity
purely on their meri's. lir z fc Bahn-
BOCKLEK'S ABNICA RAXYF.
The best salve in the wo -Id for cais,
bruises, Fores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevci
sores, tetter, chapped h&nd?, chilblains,
corns tint? all skin eruptions, and posi
livc.'.y cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to five perfect satisfaction
ii money refunded. Price 25 cents peT
?ox ?Vr sale hv Hsrtr A- Bahnsen.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver stomach acd bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousnet s, LsdtBSte,
torpid liver, piles, lonstipnilon. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
S nallest. mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Harlz & Bahn
sen's. E. E. Parmenter, attorney a, taw.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. office, postoffice block. Rock Isl
Ktrusl's Headache Capsules are more
pleassnt and convenient to take than
powd TS. wafers, elixirs, etc.
Is a concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla,
Yellow Dock, Pipsisscwa, Juniper Berries,
Mandrake, Dandelion, and other valuable
vegetable remedies, every ingredient being
strictly pure, and the best of its kind it is
possible to buy.
It is prepared by thoroughly competent "phar
macists, in the most careful manner, by
a peculiar Combination, Proportion and
Process, giving to it curative power
It will cure, when in the power of medicine,
Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Blood Toisoning,
Cancerous and all other Humors, Malaria,
lyspep.sia. Biliousness, Sick Headache,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, and all difficulties
with the Liver and Kidneys.
It overcomes That Tired Feelinc Creates an
Appetite, and gives great mental, nerve,
bodily, and digestive strength.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all drngglsts.
$1; six for $5. Prepared only by C. I. Hood
& Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla do not be induced to buy any other.
SOLVED THE PKOBLEM.
The inventor of the New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when he found
what a Buccess he had made of it, and the
above cut represents his feelings. Have
you examined these pianos? Do not
confound them with the old steDciled
make, but call and fee the New Scale;
they are the finest in tbe land. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Oak. Bird's Eye Maple, Mahogany,
Satin. Walnut, French Walnut and Rase
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
tbe finest variety ever shown in the city
of Rock Islatid.
D. E07 Bowlby, 1726 Seo:ad Ave.
Estate of Herman Bnntenbach, deceased.
The niKieralpncd having been appointed execu
trix of the lat will and testament of Herman
Bnntenbach. late of the county of Bock Island.
ptate of Illinois, deceased, herebT rivea notice
that she will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the office of the clerk of
said court, in the city of Bock Island, at tbe
April term, on the first Monday in April next,
at which time all persons hiving claims azain?t
said estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having tbe same ad justed. Ail
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the nnritrsiffned.
Dated this SBth day of Jannarv, A. D. 1894.
OEUTKUDK BCNTKNBACH. Executrix.
For Orer Fifty Tsars
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children whilp twthincr Tf ilia.
burbed at night and broken of your res
V - " . , -1 , - - .
uy bbick cuiia sunenng ana crying with
Dain of en 1 1 i n cr tth ani At Amu
I u-WUU WW VUW UUU
a bottle or "Mrs. Wioslow'a Soothing
m , , , ... v
oymp lor cnnaren teeming, it will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, thereis no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic softens the gums, reduceB inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sootbirg Syrup
Stanley as an explorer, Elison as an
inventor. Miss Flora A. Jones as the
discoverer of the famous Blush of Boses
for the complexion; are the names that
will be handed down as benefactors of
the race, to all recorded time. T. II.
Thomas crnics in for his rhare (of the
profit) as hj always keeps a big supply
on hand, and sells it for 73 cents per bot
tle. Flue I'lnyiuc 'ar!.
Send ten n1 onts in starens to John
Sebastian. Gi n'l Tkt. and Pass. Aa't Chi
cago. Hock Islind & Pacific K7., Chica
go, 111.. lor a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing csrds you ever saw.
Just the thing for high five parties. For
a SOccxprtss money order or postal note
win senu you nve packs.
The tax s for 1891 are now due and
may be paid to the 'ownship collector at'
liurst x, Donaldson s t thee in Masonic
Temple block. Your list jtir's receipt
will be of great assistance to the collector
in finding your descriptions on the tax
books. William T. Sugdex.
It Cnn8Colds.Conph. Sore Throat. Croop.Infuen
a, Whoopini? Cough.Bronchius an.l Asthma, a -.t.
t.uu flirt- lr Consumption tu liritL IAJ-', ai.-l ft .-:re r--l ef
1 advanced st&grs. i'"'1 t fn. You will aee tbo
excellent effect after taking the first do. s..id
faj jLtik-r, ever lit;rc. Lmfv UwiUr do t-tuu ftuti 1.W
A rolicij-as and Hialthfu.: Cir.fection !
THE PUREST AND EEST CUM
EVER OFFI RI3 TO THE POOLIC1
ITS K!EC:CINAL PRGPlSTUS i::VAlUA3LE!
SOUS TESCA!?, CCjSHS A"I3 CZuuZ,
AND IS H.'GH.Y BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitfnF tlio :rr til r.n.l sw't-tcne tin l.rrruh. im
parts a Tli-'ts;M.t t;.s!; to tht? muulii, itiij an agree
able f.ti-imt; to il.c stnm.irh.
Horn's Chuc-'i o r,n:.i it tbo best, trv it oner, nnd
you will use no other atu-rwai ds. If nny dealer
you ask f:ir it, l::ts lit1! fcut ii. take no oilier, but co
sontewhere t-i-e. Vttu will tiiitl all prores;ivt.
Henlers have it. ih.it it llie clat.t of tlcaltrs to pat
ruuiic always l.T ;titytiint you want.
CHEW BORC'S CKOC-TO CUM,
59 3l 61 r, CANAL ST., CHICAGO, UL
HARTZ & BAHNSEN,
Wbo!enIe Agi-ntt for Rock U lurid.
G3LD USSAL, PAS13, 1S78.
W. Baker &Co;s
from which the excess of
oil ha been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
are used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing less than one cent
a cnji. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. BAKES & CO., Dorchester. Mass.
v. v , 1
tlnn tinf'nni4j fumult' (nat1 I
F Hi A lltiniifltr.il rlliutltQ rtfua mnA
1 privaie iiiast's of men and tbe
debilitating weakness peculiar
I io women, cures m a lew
days without the aid or
. Tw, Tt-"-- fx i v'C'Tr?
61 wm Bra
You jSr me vljy 'tis "5Ti Clus?,
The feso'Sl pLirt ItiopE,
oo ijTs TtjE r7;v0FxVTE
J. B. ZIMMER,
ERCHANT 1 AILOR,
Will sell for the next 30 days all Lis overcoatings at 15
pt-r cent less than the regular prices.
Star Block, Opposite Harper Hotjsk.
B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market
All kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats always on hmd. Game,
Fieh and Oysters In the sea-on.
Reynolds' Block. Moliwk Ave., FOOT OF ELM ST.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
SEIVER3 & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds iot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing doce on short aoticc and (a'.Ufactlnn l-narantec d.
Office ani Shoo 1412 Fourth Avenue. ROCK ISLAND
No. 117 Eighteenth Strt.
JAMES T. O'CONNOR, j
JIKFUK.K Mb iKTLM KKl.NO.
orrrjuna lh ttwiuii.
For eale fo Rock island by Hartz
Q)avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ATI. DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN. Davenport. Ia
For sale by a'l fint-clam Grocery dealers.
Proprietors. VM. H. CATTOn!
MASUFACTURE3 OF CRACKERS 113 BISCUITS.
Ailt Yoir "rfwor for Thotn.
T hey are B(t.
The Chrii-I y "Othtek" aLd ( br-tj- "WAflR."
S FALL AND WINTER STOCK
of Goods received by
JT'Call and Examine.
t-n cunrnnttte to n;re nil n rr.u cliMkati. h;!i a Vik Motnory,
1 t iit n-nij'ow r. H':iil:n'lif . V. ' -.hf! i. tft-ss, I,--t Matil.(M-i1. NiI.Hy Kmih
Moriw. Nrvini-iifr'. l-"it udf . MMiT';iiis- nwi li- f jwwcr f the t-ti-r&tive
vrtfnni in etttier x caiiM i by over vxi-f-uitn, youthful prrn . or rsrpive
u -f t'thaMyi, -ripiutn it Miniiilums n I n h -u U-.i v.t liihrmit v. Consump
tion und IrifiHtnty. fut up i'i'iiM'ii:Tit i carry in v-l HM-kiC & 1 r pack-UL-e
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& Bahnseo. 31 Ave. and 20th street.
John Volk Sc Co.,
Sash Doors Blinds. Siding, Flooring,
acd all kinds of wood work for builder.
Elh:eesta St.. bet. Third and Fonrth
Pr. Kenifon . Ml alt'e htvarij. ramoiw er
where imor.; tbe Wdie a fe. prompt and
effecloaL Tbe orucisal trpMOK'. wUatien. Price
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