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THE AEGUS. TUESDAY, MARCH.
We Can't do it
but are Trilling to par for learning now to
make as good an article as Wolff's Aou
I:lackinu of cheap material so that a
retailer can profitably sell it at 10c
Our price is 20c.
The retailer says the public will rot pr.tr
it. Wo say the public will, because tiny
will cIwpvs piy a fnir price fr a po-M
ort: 'i'o show both the trade anil t'v
pnO!;.T that ire want to five them the l-t
lor the least monev, we w ill pay
For above information ; this offer is nren
until January 1st, IS'Jj.
WOLFF & HAKDOLPH, Philadelphia.
lfc-IIoiI !s thennmenra pnlnt which
tfoes work that no other paint rn 1i. .Ye-
uw.i painted with it hmks like the niitur.il
wood when it is stained and varnished.
PAINTERS AND BUILDERS
will find It profitable to investigate. All
Piut stores sell iu
A. D. HUESING,
Hepreeit. nmoiii; othor ilme-triei and wel
known Firolnsurauce Companies he following
Royal Insurance Company, of Ecglan.l.
Weschei-ter Kire Inn. Company of N . Y.
BnU.ln (jrmar In. Co., Btittalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Cttiiens ln. Co., of Htttchnrgh, P.
Bnn Fire Otllce. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Int. C.. New H ivn. Conn.
Milwanaee Mechanic Inf. O .. MHwanScee, Wts
ermau Fire Inn. 'o.,of Por:a, III,
Office Cor. 18th St.. and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire anil Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rate as low ss uy reliable company can afford
Your Patronage i solicited.
Livp Stock Insurance Co.
C 3ICAGO, ILL.
Insurns live stock aeainst death from accident
or d i feme. For rate apply to
ED. LIBUBRKNECHT. Agent.
Kli Se-od avenue. Rock Island.
TO THE AFFLICTED !
m Why mi biC fi'pH to quark when thobcm
rjmi mfl.rui trviiMiifr t ran ! had for rvajmn
& ablv pnrntif Thft leni"hrm.cnK'... p-
parfd 1mm the prrrriptmns of Dr. W'Ul
YnilSn MTU """erinir fn.m Stixiinu
I UU.IU ftlLll nnd Nervin.; Ieb,.itv
1a if Mi'nittry. IWpnrulnnf'v. etc
IrtLtvcarty irvlimTPtion r othor caiiM; also
flilUULL'MgLU KILN inuilvanriMii ttioiryonr Kid
noy nnd HI.tM.t muMf. tc, will f!ml our M -tiitH?
I Trvatnieii. a rifu. t VrLiiin and :phmIv Cl'li K.
urcihe 'ivinilmt-nti. !r Viiimnij
iwh. l'Ik pri:il attcntH-n to thwi
tlisrri: fur ni.irtv yrnrs. prowriN- Snn
I mil f-itllo whirii nt diret ti.e urt Tht
i iliM'u.ft ortr.ins.nnd roptun? vtuir ntt-,
than r-iormtWi Urlno. thoy an- n.'
change ul dutor nti:rrutti(iinlii;.ntaM4
HOME TREATMENT .r!:.
eium fr-'iii if i;,.(ni. ti.e: w;:j.
Willinm. prtvale prn tir-e. titve them'a lr;.-.i.
CPPPIPIP tin 01 forltie Kiilnrwnml l!l:i.l,i-r-;r...
Ol Lull lu nU, 01 n-vm c:i! v. in ii. ui l"ur dnjra
IITCDIL'C CIITD"DU!P Sure ure f.r nil l.irim .
U I Lnlrtr. LU I III rfliO Kemale Vears8. etc.
("nil or write forlurulr.trtitMuid luloruiauun bu't
COUSUlltn nthpr.. A11r..
THE PERU CHE.'.IICAL CO.,
189 VrisrcNsiN StkE7. MILWAUKEE, W!
ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing al. kinds
of SUye with Casting at 8 cent
A MACHINE SHOP
Bar heer added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first -class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
gPECI&L COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
STATE OK ILLINOIsT I..
Rock taLAKDCorxTT. t "
In the Circoit C'onrt of the Jannarr Te:m, A.
D. ISW. in Chancery.
George Clelaml. Charlotte Park. Charlotte E
Horn, Frederick W. Uillier.Ahbie IL, HilUer
and Miriam L. Hlllier by Blrore W. Iinrt,their
suardian. David E. Park, Zelia L. park and
John n. Park by their next friend. Sarah Park,
pet I loner, vs. Joseph Hlllier and John S.
Hlllier, defendants Pnrtition.
Notice is hereby Riven that by virtue of a de
cree of said court entered in the above entitled
cane on the 5th day of March, A. D. 1MH, I shall
on Friday, the 8th day of April. A. D. lB'U. ai the
hour of o'clock in the afte noon, neon the
premises hereinafter described, to satisfy s.id
doeree. sell at public auction to the lueh-st and
best bidder for cssh in band, tboc certain par
cel of lnnd tth th apDurtcnnnce. sitiiHt in the
coonls fc Islaid. and state of Illinois,
known an t described a follows, to-wit:
The east half of of lot five T) and the west half
of lot four (4). a.l in bloak nine (9) in that pirc of
the city of Hock Island that is knuwn aa Taonip
on and We'l' addition.
Dated :it Uock Mand, Illinois. tliU 9lh day of
March, A. D. lb-) I. OLIV EK oL"ES,
Spe iul Com nlssioner.
Jack 4 IIcbt, Solicitors lor Compl t .
CHASED EY A BONY GHOST.
Wviid and IMood Curdlinj; Adventure of
m IVIicvinun with h I'hautoin.
During a heavy foKonenijrht Lieutenant
Clas , of the Twenty-fourth district, found
hims elf short of fourteen patrolmen, who
were laid u; with the (grip. In response
to hi i call ftt henliuurters a number of
buds from the down town districts were
sent to fill up the tap, nnd among them
was SubofTicer lhiniiu-1, from the Second
district. Hamat-l w as put on Officer Moore's
leat, wliieh covers that lonely and par
tially deserted district known as Snyders
ville. On Hichtnond street, above Victoria, on
the l orthern outskirts of Snydersville,
standi an old, dilapidated farm mansion,
whicl for many years remained tenaiitless.
An air of mystery surrounds the place, and
strnnce stories aro told of still stranger
sigho and sounds that have been frequent
ly see l and heard about the old building,
which is fast lapsing into a mass of ruins.
Ofli'-er llatnael, who has the reputation
of bei:ig a very brave man. knew nothing
of the stories attaching to the old mansion.
So when he was passing the place while
pat rol lint; his beat, and bad his attention
drawt toward it by screams issuing from
the ki chen, he started without hesitation
to itnestigate their origin. Groping his
way through the fog his helmet was twice
knock h! oil his head by unkempt grape
vines t railing in the path. The scream
grew louder and came apparently from a
woman who was no doubt being murdered.
The house nnd grounds were enveloped in
total darkness. Trying the door, he found
it ttnfi stened and walked in the now ap
parently deserted kitchen. Only a low
moani'ig could now be heard, and lefore
procee-liug further Sulvoflicer liamael took
out hi-i matches to make a light. The
first oi e sputtered and went out. The sec
ond on ? did likewise. The third cracked a
little, but stubbornly refused to light. AH
was nmv quiet, the heavy fog made breath
ing dil'icult and liamael sought t lie outer
A str-ioge crackling sound suddenly per
vaded 1 lie airaad same unseen persou lifted
his hel net lroiu his head. Looking nround
a st rat go spectacle met his gaze. Anuu
rlothed skeleton stood by his side and on
its brai lies- skull rested his helmet. Being
a brave man the odieer tried to think of
what h had last eaten to produce such a
startling npi icul delusion, ami finding him
self sol er he attempted to take tho hat
from t!i skc! ton, but every time his hand
came c ose to the grinning, open jaws his
right arm was seized wit h a sensation as if
he had leceived an electric shock. Draw
ing his ! ocitst club he si ruck t lie apparition
a vieiou. blow, but the club piissed harm
lessly through the phantom, while a green
ish hint flame rolled front the end of his
club am', hefn-ind himself unable to longer
hold it i'i his hand.
A straige feeling of dread ns if some im
pending diingt r was about to materialize
caused him to shrink away from the place,
leaving his club glowing wit h a greenish
blue llame lying on the graveled walk.
But to his surprise t he Ikiiiv skeleton fol
lowed close on his right side and seemed t"
indulge iu a low chuckle. Going around
to the f-ont of the house a new trouble
arose. 1 he skeleton stopped, and pointing
one long Uiny linger U one of the upper
windows again uttered that low chuckle
as of fiei dish delight. Looking tip at the
window t he officer saw the room was lit up
by a brilliant light, and the cries of a baby
being st ruigled could distinctly be heard.
The bareheaded sub made, another at
tempt to enter the house, and was closely
followed by the helmeted skeleton. At the
foot of tl e stairs the skideton offered the
sub his aelmet, but on attempting to re
place it oa bis head he found it had grown
too small, and his short hair stood out so
it would not stay on. Throwing the hat
aside he v as astonished to find it commenc
ing to a?cend the stairs a step at a time
and turning completely over at every other
Officer ' Iamael and the skeleton followed
the hat. and when they had reached the
first landing the hat beiran to descend a
step at a t ime in a manner the reverse of
that in w:iich it had gone up. Determined
to regain his helmet he started down after
it, but could not quite touch it. I'p and
down stairs the hat. skeleton and officer
went many times until great lieads of cold
perspirati n stood out. not alone on his fore
head, but ail over him. Again the screams
of a woiiii.n in distress reached theofficer's
ears, and lie determined to go back to the
station ho ise ar Belgrade and Clearfield
streets to summon assistance. Jle pro
ceeded on i run while the skeleton kept
close by h s side.
At last the marble st";is at the entrance
to tin; station were reached. Politely hand
ing the ii iv thoroughly astonished and
frightened sub his helmet the skeleton dis
appeared H the dense fog. On entering the
hearing room of the station the sub was
most universally truyed hy bis brother offi
cers until the battered and damaged hel
met was offered in proof of the truth of his
strange st ry. After the fog cleared up
tho nest day the locust club was found
lying on ll e graveled path leading around
the old mansion to the kitchen, but no
marks on r, were left to show where it had
struck the rattling ixncs of the skeleton.
The Mews of a i at.
The meving of the eat- is always tho
same, but what a number of mental condi
tions it expresses: I had a kitten whose
pamlMils i nd liveliness entertained me
greatly. I understood well, when it came
up to me mewing, what tiie sound meant.
Sometimes the kitten wanted to come up
and sleep iu my lap; at ot her t imes it was
asking me to play with it. When, at my
meals, it .umed on my knees, turned
round, look eil at me and spoke in a coax
ing way, it was asking for something to
eat. 'When its mother came up with a
mouse in I er jaws, her muffled and low
toned mew informed the little one from a
distance and caured it to spring and run
np to the game that was brought to it.
The cry is alway. the same, but varied in
the strength, of the inflections and in its
protraction, so as to represent the various
states of n ind wit h which my young ani
mal is mot ed. These facts are probably
well known in all olservers of unimals.
Popular Science Monthly.
1 Ur Lady KngagtMl.
New Domestic Mr. Spinks has called,
Miss lie Pine (at her toilet) Mercy me!
You see I'm engaged.
Mr. Spinks (some momeuts later) You
aid Miss I)e Fine was at home, I hclieve.
New Dom !stic Yessir, hut yuh can't
Bee her, sir. She's cuttin her corns. New
Shsi la You reel Iliullr.
Anyone whose nerve force is deficient
and bloixl it ipovcrished may take, with
leneftt. the yolk of an egg. well Inaten vp
in a ghiFs o;' milk, each morning. The
iron and phosphoric compounds are in
such a cond.lion as to be readily assimi
lated by the system, although small in
amount. Ne ,v York Journal.
Wanted A good girl. Apply at 1109
Hot cofl.ee, chocolate or a c;ood cup o
tea at Erell & Math's anytime.
For sale cheap A second-hand Chick
ering piano. Call at 1109 Fourth ave
nue. Get arup of coffee'with cream and a
slice of cream pie or a sandwich for your
luBCbeon. Every cud of coffee is made
to order in a moment. No waiting and
jou get the best at Kreil & Math's new
Notice Send your friends to Erell &
Math's for a dish of oysters, cup of cof
tee, cap of chocolate, cup of tea, with a
slice of cream pie or a cream puff, or a
chocolate eclaire, or a sandwich. We
will give you the best. Remember us.
An exhibition known as the third an
nual IntersState Art Exhibit is to be held
at Divenpoat from March 21 to March 28
The exhibition is given under the aus
pices of the DiyenportArt society and
designed to represent chiefly the artists
of Illinois and Iowa. Delegates were
sent to Chicago to secure works of the
artists there, and through their efforts
and those of E W. lloebn. of the Art
Institute, who has charge of the collection
and shipment, about 50 pictures have
Lizzie Peterson died at the county in
firmary at 6 o'clock yesterday morning f
consumption. The deceased was sent to
the poor farm from Moline with ber
mother in 1835. Soon thereafter they
moved to Henry county and tbe mother
died at the Henry county infirmary a few
vears ago. Since that time Lizzie has
been a resident of LTenry county, most of
the time at the infirmary. Two weeks
ago she came to Moline from Geneseo to
stay with some friends. They couldn't
keep her and tdie was sent to the Rock
Island infirmary last Friday by Overseer
t OlWTY Kl II.II..
March 10-E H Guyer to Felix Gremon
urtz, lots 8 and 4 First add to Edgewood
Park. Hock Island, $350
Sarah C Andrews to E McCormick, one
half of block 97, Illinois City, $900.
J C H Read to C L Walker, lots 15. 10
and 17, block 1. Real's sub div, out ot A,
South Moline, $1,200.
J C II Read to CL Walker, lot 3, block
1. outlot A, Head's subdiv. South Moline,
Matthias Schnell to Olive A. Cox. lots
15 and 16, block 1, Scbnell's subdivision,
Rock Island, fl 250
Alice C Walker to Nels A Jordon. 6140
feet lot A, and lots B and C, Cbilds' Sec
ond addition to Moline $1.
Patrick Brogsn to John Rinck. lot 2.
block a. W E Brooks' addition to Rock
Isltinl, f 1.
Joh Rinck to Catherine Brogan, lot 2,
block 2. W E Brooks' addition to East
Hock Island. $1.
Scbreiuer & Roth Bros, to Penn Tank
Line company, tract by metes and bounds
ne 3. 17, 2w, 2.000.
March 10 Henry C. Schafer to C H
Osborn, tract by metes and bounds, swl
18, 18, 2e, $200.
Augustus E Drury to Nels P Benson,
tract bv melas and bounds, eel 10, 17.
1 1 Ferdinand Davis to Charles Brusso
slO acres nej nv. 31, 17, 3 w, $30.
12 Mvthew Hogan and Mary Gor
mau to Eli, tbelh Hoean. outlot 2. Bailey
&. Boyle's Second addition to Rock Isl
John Nelson to Albert Seidlilz, lot 2,
block 11. Bailey Davenport's Fourth ad
12 Sarah Moore to William Payne, n
25 15 ltld acres of lot 10, 12, 17. 2w.$l.
C22. David Cypher to Wiley Essex, lot 3,
v. J. 2 16. 5w, 5275.
ETEssoxio Wiley Essex, t J lots 5
atd 6, 2 16. 5w, $1.
County clerk to E T Ejscx, rl lots 5
and C. 2, 16 5w.
Allen and Nellie Rakess to Alice G
Craig. A nt j swj 8, 19. 3e, $837.
Emily C Cnappell and Ethel Keys und
i nej swj 8. 19. le, $838.
E C Cnappell et al to Alice G Craig, nel
fw8. 19, 3e, $1,675.
Lifayct'e Batetnan to EL Bateman, fi
sw14. 16. 3w, $1
Commodore bateman to E L Bateman
f lsw 14. 16, 3w.nei nej 23, 16. 3w, nej
nwj 24. 10, 3w, $1.
Scott Bateman to E L Btteman, J nwj
14. 10, 3. ml nej 23. 16. 3w, tl nl 24,
16 . 8.?1. .
Walter Bsteman to E L Bateman, s J
ewl 14, 16. 3w, nt 23. 16. 3. t nw 24
16, 3. $1.
Theodore Bateman to EL Bateman, tl
twin. 16 3w, $1.
Elmirv J Bateman to E L Bateman,
nf 1 ntl 23, 15. 2w, and e J nwl 28, 16, 8w,
Frederick Hofer to Gottlidb Blaser, se
eel and part sej 1, 16, 3w, part nw 7,
16, 27, ,j lot 3 of 81, 6. 16. 6w, and
part f J lot 2 swj. 6, 16 2w. $4,100.
J S Gilmore. C W Osborn and Henry
Curtis to William Heidmann and Chris
tian Koeblcr, tract by metes and bounds
nej. 10, 17. 2w. $5,000.
About losing sleep last night on account
of that hacking cough.when Cubeb Cough
Cure will relieve it in one minute. It is
not a cure for consumption, but affords
relief, and will prevent it. Thousands
of testimonial could be furnished, but
you are only asked to give it a trial to be
convinced, nothing will take the place of
it. druggists unite in saying it gives bet
ter satisfaction than all others.
Cubeb Cough CureOne minute.
For sale by all druggists. Harlz &
Bahnsen, wholesale druggists.
It is rumored that the sale of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup has taken such dimen
sions that tbe proprietors are unable to
supply all orders. We advise our drug
gist to prepare themselves for all emer
gencies es the people rely on thtm for
this valuable remedy.
Pail to do Our Duty.
Everybody has at times failed to do
their duty toward . themselves. Hun
dreds of lady readers suffer from sick
headache, nervousness, steeplesness and
female troubles. Let them follow the
examp'e ot Mrs. H. Herbeehlf r, Stevens
Point. Wis,, who for five yests suffered
greatly from nervous pr islration and
sleeplessness, tried physicians and differ
ent medicines wi'hont t.ucce-8 B it one
boule oi Di. dee' Nervine caused found
sleep every night and she is feeline like a
new person. Mrs. El ztbeih Wpeelrr
Laramie City, Wyoming, who tried all
other remedu s, declares that after three
weeks' U8e of the Nervine for headache,
nervous j r istration. etc., she ws en
tirely relieved. Sldbyllanz & Bahn
si u. Trial bottle free.
I can recommend Ely's Cream B lira to
all sufferers from drv catarrh from per
sonal experience. Michael Herr, Puar
1 bad catarrh of tbe bend and thr at f r
five years. I ued E'y's Cream B l-n.and
from the first application ( was relieved
The sense of smell, which had been lost.
wt.8 restored after using one bottle. I
have found tbe Balm the only Eatisfctory
remedy for catarrh, ard it bus effected a
cure in div case. H. L. Myer, Wavcrly,
has won, on merit alone, a widespread
and enduring reputation. It is a c. m-
bination of vegetable agents, the remit
of the f rperiome of one who m-ide the
diseases of wornei a lifetlong studv
Taken according to directions the organs
awake to new life and energy, leaving
the woman free from patn at tneje per
iods. Soldby Uartz & Bahnsen.
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use olIv Poz
zoni's Powder; there is nothing equal to it
sa,Whooping Cough.Broncbius ud Asthma, a s-r.
tain cure for Consumption iu Bm simp, o4 ure r-!i,'f
In advanced atafrsa. r- st mm. Yen will see the
excellent effect after taking; tbe first dose. Sntd
kj dealer, e.cr; wUvrw. lAriJv UiU. Ml oenu samI ftl.UU.
A .Delicious ard Esalthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
EVER OFFI RED TO THE PUBLIC!
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE.
SOUS TELOAT, CCCC-HS C2LD3,
AND IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitrns the trcth and ywet ic'e th1 !rath. im
parts a pleasant taste to the mouth, ..ml au agree
able ferclmt; to the stomach.
Bore's Choc-To ('nm thr brt, try it onrr, and
you will i:se no tithrr afterwards.. If any dt ah r
yon ak fr ii, h is rmt get it. tnke no mhrr, hut to
somewhere rUe. Von will f:nd all progressive
dealers liave it, that the class of dciRTs to pat
ronize always Jor anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 &. 61 Z. CANAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL
HAHTZ & BAHNSEN,
Who!e5Bls Agerts for Rock Island.
Horst von Koeckritz,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Third St.
Xot'ce is hcrehy given tht on Tucsdav. the fifth
day of Adril.lSfti. in the city of Knck Island, an
election will ba held for the following officers
One Alderman in the First Ward for two
One Alderman in the Second Ward for two
One Alderman in the Third Ward for two
One Alderman in the Fourth Ward or wo
One Alderruau in the Fifth Ward for two
One Alderman in the Btith Ward for two
One Alderman In the Sixth Ward for one year
to fill vacancy .
One Aldermau in the Seventh Ward for two
Oae Alderman in the Seventh Ward for one
year to fill vacancy.
One Supervisor for two yearn.
Tws Aasiatant Supervisors for two years.
One Assessor for one year.
One Collector for one year
Which election will be open at 7 o'clock In the
moruing and continue opt n until 6 o'clock iu the
afternoon of that da v.
Places of registration and Titing polls will be as
First Ward Kranklln Hose House.
Second Ward Phoenix Hose Bouse.
I hird Ward old Wideawake Hose House,
Fourth Ward Ptmick'e Ln-ery Stable,
Fifth Ward- Fifth Ward Hoae House.
Sixth Ward table Hose House.
Se.euth Ward Gilpin Hoae House.
KOBE K l' KOKHLEK.
. . , City and Town Clerk.
Bock Island. 111., March 1 JSfiS.
VI I ft. T v known. A M irv.llnu. I..I...
r . tor . h.rw),.. m., l IIIWIM
aMm. c.frM. BB.Itf.CATON.as4J,iMi.su.
?ot!?er r AIR-BAM K
ynjl SSTA CUUS Si'i1
MADE ONLY BY
J. B. ZIMMER,
Itas jat rx-celvcd a large invoice of the latert Imported at a ti. .
Siiitin.'s. which he selling nt f.'o.eO ard up liU llr.e f ov, . ....
west of C'hicJfo. A vi ry fi ,c lint of pan's, which hots -::: ;i ;
ar.d make J our tele tien wht'c tve stcc k is reni;i'e!i .
tSTAR Block, Oppositk Iiarpf.k !
B. F. THOMAS & CO..
Elm Street Meat Market-
AU kinds of rivsb and Sa't Meats always on lunl
Fish and Oysters 5n th? -,o-;.
Reynolds' Blcck, Moline Ave., FCGT OF IL5IST
231 Twentieth street.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Dene.
General Jobbing done on short aoticc and satitfactirr. 5r-.ir..:.:c ;.
Office ana Shovi 721 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAKD
Billiard Parlor Sample Room
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. O'CONNOR. ( Proprietors. ! VM. H CATTCN
J. Ma CHRISTY,
KiSlFaTafiin it .'
Ask TinrCr. - ' - T -
The C!:r:r:j -vi-ti:.'
J .11 ... .Hill
FALL AND WINTER STOM
J5-Call an I Exaruin-.
A A n
Irn ennrantrr to rnro hIi Im-t1 :' ' "
t (kreans in ettheri'X cans i.r f . r , .-i ' .
nse I tlfcox, opium r lulfl!tl' wlin " ' 1 ''
' i hiii aim iriniiT. rnM'pc'i'1' ' 11 1 ,-
ci liv itmi1: i for jtl. VV'i h frtrr I r r ' ' -M
bcpors mo rri rsiwa. TtjutuL the nwtuy. Circular tree. ? a r. -m Svr e
For sale in Rock island by Harlz & Bahnsen, 3d Ave. and 20TJi
Tou can save money by trading at the OM Reliable
5 AND lO CENT STORE
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classwyre and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder.
1121 and 1133 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fcartb averse.
Plana and. epeciicattens furnished on all classes of work : e so sr? rt cf W:.;f -r '
bliding Bllnda. lomethmg new. stjlili and dtfiras.e.
tnrit r' N
Qavenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOB CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCANvfDaveEport-I