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THE ARGUS. I FRIDAY, MARCH. 25. 18J2
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
Ey doctor nays It nets pently on the stomach, liver
auit fclilneys. will tsa nlcaHant laxative. Thin drink
Ik mado from IutIm, auU U lirepareU for use as eaaily
a tea. It I called
All dnunrists sell It at (urn. an.1 91.n1 per uaofcOL-e.
Rnyone i.mIut. I.anr'a Family Medicine move,
the iinnel escli (lav. Iu urucr u Lc healthy, thll
Per S:rse:, Cattle, Sheep, Ecs, Scgs,
500 Paso Book on Treatment of Animals
ktid Churl ft ul Free.
A. A. 1 iuml .MenniKitin. Milk Fever,
ftl.ll. rirnin. .amenMN. K brumal iam.
. . IMfieinper, Nut.nl DiMrliarsua.
J). II. Hoik ur 4;rukK, WnrniH.
K.K. 4 ouichx. Hen Ten, I'neumnnSa.
r".F.-'iiic or (ripeM, Bellyache.
i.M i.rarrinR-, tlrmorrhusrca.
il.il. I rinarynitd Ktduev DiMeaacs.
1. 1 fcm pt ive iiwRNCK. Clause.
J .K. ljeiM."t 01' JJimmiou, A'araly-Mla.
Mule Bottle cover 50 diwesl, - - .yt)
stable Ciie, w-t'h Sm-clflfs, Mitnuitl,
v .irij;a-y Cure OU uuit UeUiuaor, .00
Jar Veterinary t are Oil, - - l.lil)
Sold hy Drnutiats; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
col iu any quantity on Receipt 01 lr.ee.
KUMFHRr7S' MEDICINE CO..
Corner W:ll:a:i! end John Su., New Yark.
SPECIFIC No.fi Q
Rsnrsus ueoiiity, vital weakness,
I'ntratioo. trotu omr-wyrk or other raus.
ai tr viai. or 6Tiu'!ai)iilan:eviitl jmwiier, lor t X
nh.ii kv IVttmists. or sent postpaid on nxenit
uf urtvv-HUMPHRtS' MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. Wiliiam and John Sta, N. Y.
VisoPt of Youth
ud!:y and Speedily Kt gained by usiiij
SE IReEFSffl is!
. IV II? R BV'e H fl
6fcSl ilEUll 19 It
Thin gi'Mutt.t Tiirktsti lit-me!y psitively cures
Nervci:-ti 7, WaKefulncfM. tvil 1'renniH. ljis.ii
tudf. lain 111 the l(rk. Viral Kxliaustioii. and
alt di"a-d faiis'-d ly Krrurs of outu or tx
ceiBt-s. I: irt enuveT-.ii ut li carry and easy 10
use. 1'r.of :.0 1 p-r Ij.ix. or C for tf UO. A writ
ten guarantee to cire, or mouey refunded, given
with e:u.-ti oril-T. If the tiruwiat von ask
for H:."irak Turk:h l'illa haa not Rot them,
diu't If I tiiui fiiui you vritii his oily tongue and
iell you 4'-tmethiuu eli-e itidteud, but send pnoe
lo ut a::-.i we will forward to you by mail, in
plain. utuiiArked iackatte. We aldo'treat pa
tieuta l.v mail. Address THE HAZZiKAK
UKI'ICINK CO., 200 South bangamon Street,
-ALL BUNDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
loce. A ;ecl)ty of fnrciBhlng al. klnda
of Stove a-'.th CaetlnRi" at 8 ountg
A MACHINE SHOP
Q&a i;-c a4 i'-'i! whore all kinds of tnacUine
wn.-i will ha done Cret-clatt.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
gPECTAL COMMISSIONER'S SALK.
STATS K II.UN'MS, I
UK K l:.ASI I ut'NVY. i '
In itie I'lrtint o irt uf the .lanimrr Term, A.
1. !.!. In fPnnriry.
Geo'' C'lilnid. ( nnriot'e I'rt'k. C'hnrlo'te K
H ni r r-.i. rn It W. llillter. Alildo H. Hil'ler
it-.iii inani 1.. U'ti ier by Elmore ". Hurit,tbi'ir
j:i:ir ii it;. ha'iit K. Purk, Zjlla L. I'.irk and
limn II. Pr ! tnei - i.itsI frieni. -:tr;tli Purl;,
p-ti i..M-r-. v. ,)o-p'i lli.iirr mid Joim S.
Ht'her, iV.' ltil:tl'? V irtit'ou.
Notn i- h rri iiy 'ivi-i. ihu; ly virtue o? a do
rree itl i,.'. c-i-irt eiiUTi'tl in t'.. uliove entitled
rin.--1-,- Vli d.yof Murcli, A. 1. lS'.-2. I rliill
on Kii i.iv. M.e Slii tltiy of April. A. I), lr.ii. at tiie
hour of o c inrk in tUv afl- 11011, utou tlte
pri'ini'-' v reiua?. it tliTibeii, to pntisfy naid
derri'f. tit lull ic auction to the liuniat anil
lHt li.-i !: f'ir cash in taud, thoe curlaiu pur
ci'U ! 1 -ml with tue apDurtviianitit siluat i in the
ctian'.y oi Koc Inl:i-id. anil etat.e f l!linoi(,
know li all 1 (letK'.riliefl a 'o'lolV'!, to-wit;
The f.-ff half of of lyt five (.".i aud the we-t half
of lo' f i.ir t 4i, ail in oios nine ('.II in that pirt of
the city of Kouk IsUn 't Ui.t is known as Tuomp
Nin ail A We'N' aildition.
Oi'e.l M If .-k IfUnd. Illinois, tlih 9:h day of
Marc it. A. It. sfM. oi.iVEK HLKN.
Spi-rial Coin uii-iioiier.
J.n:i; - A If Hit -it. Solicitors for C'ompl t'n.
School Books, Toys and Candy,
Tablets and Stationery.
A full line of frefh
Cigars and Tobacco
Always on band,
W, TREFZ & COu
2223 Fourth Ave.
PIJCS, OR&AKS, VIOLINS & GUITARS
Pont nnywlioro on 10 riav
trml. Kroiuht naicl tnith wnV
tk'ml lortaiulog & price list
THOMPSON MUSIC CO.
) Wnbanh Ave, CHICAQB.
ami we wMMi-nu i piecof
into mu.Hk FREE ami nr larit
intah.c it hhM?t Munio ttud
liin.kft wait cut rates.
a oyica a n a po itii nittr St
M A I. V HI Gon nij in Onlv L10ltimitt
-J'll SIKUIL DEBI LIT V wd LOiT
VITALI TV known. 1 Mariillnui ImiT...
Vrebiaiuric Flints Known Over All the
World h Thunder Stones,
A Fiench scientific expedition has re
cently returned from Cochin China to
Puris, bringing with it valuable collec
tions. Among these were a large number
of wrought md polished Bint implements,
Rome ol the most interesting of which are
illustra.ed in the accompanying cut, re
produced from La Nature and described
as fullirvs in Popular Science News:
These flints are finely worked and pol
ished, a -id if found in Europe would have
been attributed to the Neolithic period of
the bun, an rare. At present there is no
way of tstimnting their age, which may lie
oompari.tively modern as compared with
lliiit of ohe Biniilar implements found in
TO .!S!li:i) FLINT IMP1.EMKXTS.
Farope or America. It is very remarkable
that the f irms of these Hint implements
are practi 'iiiiy the same in whatever part
of the woi Id they may be found. The pre
historic n.:in of Cochin China worked the
lumps of liiiil into the same forms, and
probably by the same process, as did the
men who settled in northwestern Ktirope
after the I idling of the glaciers, or tiiose
mysteriou-. progenitors or predecessors of
the Atticri an lndiiitis, whose remains are
tunbtiiuhi.it in this country.
A still n ore curious fact is that it'.! over
the world : he same origin is attributed to
these stom s by the people of the present
tlay. The name of thunder stones is uni
versally applied to them by the savage
races of the Kast Indies, the Eolith Sea is
lands, Afr. ja and South America, as well
as by the more civilized people of China
end India, mil the ignorant peasantry of
t.urope. i:l Italy alone a curious execu
tion occurs in some localities, where the
long, (hit implements are known by the re
markable name of "the tongues of St.
Paul." All recollection of the people who
made then , or the uses for which they
were designed, seems to have been lost;
and this wculd either indicate their great
antiquity o- that they were fashioned by
another anil different race before the im
migration of the present inhabitants of the
countries where thev occur.
w System for Cxtinguialiing Fire.
Loudon Invention describes a new lire
extinguishing system as follows: "The
building is provided with a chemical
reservoir, from which pipes lead to a
jar of aciu near tho ceiling of each
room. The jar also contains a cartridge,
rnnneeted vith an open circuit battery.
The thermostat iu each room is set at
any desired point, say SO degs., and, in
case of fire, mercury rises to that point
and closes i he electric circuit. This ex
plodes the cartridge, a valve drops, the
chemicals are precipitated into the room,
and the number of the room is signaled.
This arrangement is supplemented by a
series of dry pipes, and, iu case the chemi
cals fail to put out the fire, the room can
be flooded w th water by turning a cock
on the outsiiie of the building."
. uriiiua Travelers.
Strange creatures indeed are these trav
elers (Acryd um peregrinum), called lo
msts, and tais particular variety, illus
trated and described in Vick's Magazine,
is found in Asia and Africa. These locusts
travel from tie part of t lie country to tho
:ther, or from country to country. Their
Hight is from 40 to 2IKJ feet iu height
ind is sometimes even a high as 500, while
the distance often exceeds l.OW miles, as it
varies accord tr to the lixid they can priv
care nh'-ng tli ju.irncy.or the temperature
th'y may h:s c n cnct.unter.
rIOr. wlirily Iwnlm iMiL a fpi sft I crr
mmnii. Cir.ftM. bfi-Kf. CAIOH. toil KJ7.Mtra. lis.
act: dic'm pli:i:gi;inum.
Kemarkable as it may seem, they cross
mountains an 1 even seas in their" flight,
and have lieen known to swarm aliout a
vessel that n ay have chanced in their
way. So grea-. sometimes is tho number
in a swarm that they have been said t
ilavken the sun as would u cloud, and their
wings produce a humming, rushing sound
us if a heavy vi ind were blowing.
They are e: ceedingiy destructive and
will devour ev. ry atom of vegetation that
comes in their way. The Caloptenus
sprefus, or Um ky mountain locust, almost
jxactly reseml les the Acrydium peregri
inni, so much . that it seems scarcely dis
tinct from it, !; li'jugli its habits are not
migratory for it is principally found in the
arid plains east of the Koeky mountains,
and although of not very large size it is
(aa at a Low Treasure.
When gas is burned at a low pressure as
ordinary bin nets, a good but sensitive
flame is obtained, which is very liable to
dicker when exposed to the slightest
drafts. 13y rc vson of the cooling effect
uf the air the fame also loses brilliancy
and becomes sooty. To prevent this and
give steadiness The Industrial World ad
vises that a shi 'Id of tome form, such as
a gas globe, be laced over the flame.
Small Kngiuea lieijulre Skillful Handling.
The safety valve calls attention to the
fact that small steum engines often need
more skillful handling than do large ones.
If you use a stet m eugiue of any descrip
tion, you must have a lirst rate engineer
Rise there Is imminent danger of disaster.
Andalusia. March 21. Thirddajof
L.mis E. Broeikman is home far a week
from the Davenport business college.
' Several of the boys of our town arc to
work in the Buffalo tile and brick works
There was preaching at the Baptist
church Suriday morning and evening by
Rt v. Williams, of Davenport.
T. D. Gardner and wife are to arrive
from Missouri today and will commence
housekeeping on hiB place one mile south
Capt. Erusso'o vessel, the A. C. Drt
will soon be ready to launch, she will be
loaded with potatoes to te sold in south
Frank Brusso is building a fine dwell
ing house on bis plane west of town
which he recently purchased of Minor
Sauck. L. Hartman is doing the carpen
Collins Bros, of Hock Island have the
contract for putting up both a dwelling
house an J barn fi r joung Ilofer on the
old rarkhill place. John A. Ballard &
Sons of this place will do the carpenter
Benjamin Dill met with a very painful
miethap last week while taking hog to
Taylor Ridge. In some unavoidable way
he fell and the hind wheel of the wagon,
loaded with hogs, passed over his left an
kle . No bones were brokcD, but it msde
a very severe and painful contusion
which will require some time to heal.
Theie have been two tickets nominated
with candidates for the variouB township
ofiicc3 to be voied for at thecoming town
n eciicg. and as this is the first time the
new eUciion law will be used, the ques
tion is probably not so much "who to
vote for." as "how to vote." The candi
dates on the democratic-republican ticce'
ure: for supervisor. James G. Bnt'on;
town clerk, 11. K lieerie; assess-or, not
tiikd; collector, Louis JJurtnian; commis
sioncr of Highways, William S rohmtir;
st hool trustee, John Houston; constables,
Robert Johnson and Jude Bremer. The
other is the union imrty and has: super
visor. Albert Hofer; town clerk, Charles
Wenks: asse.-sor. Charles Buriroyne; col
lector, M. A. Buflman; commissioner of
highways, Albert llartmao; school true
toe. Sherman Moshir; constable, John
Maklcy C. Kice, son of John, Jr., and
Eva Kane, died at his home twu m;les
wist of this place Thursday ni.':ht,
.March IT. Deceased was born Nov. 23,
1S77, and received a hurt when quite
young which left him a cripple during
the balance of bis life, and for the last
two or three years bus been unable to
walk. lie was a good child, of mild
temper and sweet disposition bearirg his
tlll ction nobly and with as little trouble
to others as possible, he puticniiy waited
the time of his departure, having pre
viouslv made all arrangements for the
disposal of his body, which were carried
out by Rev. T. R. Johnson, of Edging
ton, who conducted the services and da
livered a very instructive sermon to a
large congregation at the M. E. church
Sunday at 2 p. m . the congregation sing
ing "Jesus Lover of My Soul," -Safe in
the Arms of Jesus," and "It is Well With
My Boul," after which the body was in
terred in the Andalusia cemetery. Mas
ters Charles Shaffer, Ebon Dill, Linn Bal
lord and Roy Parmentcr acted as pall
It Should b in Every Home.
J. B. Wilson, 871 Clay street. Sharps
burg. Pa., says be will not be without
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, that it cured his
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
after an attack of "la grippe," when va
rious other remedies and several physi
cians had done her no good. Robert
Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr.
Eing's New Discovery has done him more
good than anything he ever used for
lung trouble. Nothing like it. Try it.
Free trial bottles at Ham & Bahnseu's
drug store. Large bottles, 50a and f 1.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who haye used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
mcnicine does not exist and it is guarant
eed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver
and kidneys will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Will drive malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
malarial fevers. For cire of headache,
constipation at.d indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed,
or money refunded Price 5) cents aud
$ 1.00 per bottle at Ilartz ic Babnsen's
BITCKLKN'S AUKICA SALVH.
The best ss.!vc in the world for cats,
brui:-os, sores, ubcrn, silt rheum, fever
sorts, totter, clupped hands, chilblain,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsen.
What are Krause's Headache Capsules P
To be brief will tell you they are unlike
anything prepared in America. A few
years since an acquaintance who for years
had been a headache sufferer, until his
system bad been ruined, was advised to
go to the Carlsbad Springs, Germany, to
try the effects of the water. While the
waters were apparently u benefit, still
they were not a cure. While at the springs
he beard a great deal about the court
physician, Dr. Krause, who aftewards
became famous the world over owing to
the Mackenzie controversy during and
after the last illness of emperor William.
He consulted Krause in regard to his
heacacbe, and to quote the doctors words:
"Here is a prescription which if taken
as I direct, will prevent or stop any kind
of headache, no matter what the cause.
You will find the frequency of the at tacks
will diminish and by taking the
capsules when you feel the approach of a
headache you will never have another,"
The patient was practically cured and
with bis permission I prepare, and sell
what I have seen fit to call Krause's
Headache Capsules to headache victims.
For sale by all druggists. Uartz & Bahn
sen, wholesale druggists.
"The things we know are neither rich nor
rare," but marked by an uncommon in
gredient of common sense. One of them
i that one 25 cent bottle of Salvation
Oil will relieve pain. Try it.
"Educators are certainly the greatest
benefactors of the race, and after reading
Dr. Franklin Milts' popular wtrks, can
not help declaring bim to be among the
most entertaining and educating authors."
New Yo:k Daily. He is not a stran
ger to our readers, as his advtrtisements
appear in our columns in every issue, cal
ling attention to the fact that his elegant
work on nervous and heart diseases is
distributed free by our enterprising drug
gists, Har'z & Bahnsen. Trial battles of
Dr. Miles' Nervine are given a war, also
book of testimonials showing that it is
unequalled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poormtiuory, dizziness, sleepless
ness, teuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy.
To loecs Mithen.
who are for tqe first tim- m uodgrgo
woman's severest trial, we i ffer you, not
the stupor caused by cblorofoim wilh
rick rf death f jr vourself or your dearly
lovt d and longed-for offprinff, but
"Mother's Friend." a remedy weich will,
if used as directed, invariahly alleviate
the pains, horror? and riks of labor, and
often entirely do away with them. Sold
by Har'z & Bahnsen.
I Have Taken Several
Bottles of Hi ad field's Female Regulator
tor falling of the womb and other diseases
combinfd, of 3 ti years standing, and I
really believe I am cured entirely, for
which please accept my thanks.
Mits W. E. Stebbixs. Ridge, Ga.
Sold by Ilartz & Bahnsen.
Children Cry for
makes child birth easy.
Colvin, La, Dee. 2. 18S6- My wife used
MOTEEB'8 FRIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price, $1.50 tier bot
tle. Look " l o Mothers " mailed flee.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
ron kale BY ALionu&ciiTi. ATLANTA, GA.
bOLD EY BAB1Z & BaEKSEN.
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKH
(500 lie ward for anv
injurious aubstanca found
fa these Capaulea.
Will Cure any
w i m n c
Money refunded if not
as we say. Sent postpaid
on receipt ol price,
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHEMIST.
Des Moines, towa.
Forenleb all dru?gistt Ilartz & Batmeen.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Why pa bin fee tnatinck when the hem
Rittdintl trviitinet.tcun be had for reason
able unrvauf The l'ern l lieniieal Co.. pre-
I'nren irom mc prenertptninn or Ir. will
lauis.&pbyMciuuut world-wide repute1
VnilNC UEM uffermu from Seminal
1 UUHJ KlLn and Nervous IHttuhtr
l.oss of Memory. Dcsnondenev. nte.
Iruui early indiscreiionsor other enuen; also
nor and Hliulder troubles, etc., will And our MtHtHKl
it Treatment a Sale Certain and Kpetxlv Cl'HK.
riJlU1 DACT1I I CC Kwrnoeimvwthattn
jCMinAL rAol iLLLO. Urnnl mdicm- tow will
n'HcuretLe weailmenta. lH Williams
who has civ,. peeinl attention to the
dmoa.M'5 for many yenrs. nrejwTibes Sni
mil t'aMillea which act directly upon thf
di(eaMd oivnns.and rentore TiK'r better
tnnn Monmch Medicines, a they are not
ciJHnkHKl ly the KaMric juice and require
cbantte of dietor interrupt Km in bust ne-sa
HOME TREATMENT K?Sn
coftmit from fci.uu to flii.im. u.ied with un
fmltnLi sii,h.rm fiirrinir tltlrf p vmn I.. I w
Williiimji private practice. Give there a' trial.
PFPIFIf Un Pi fortheKidneviiaiidBlnddereuret
vl Lull 10 ItU.OI recent cnseR In one to four dara
UTERINE EUTRCPHIG tZ&SSZ'SS'"
1 .ill or write iVrCatiiUvue aud Inturaiatiuu bell
Ccnsultiiu: others. AdlrcM
THE PERU CHE.'fllCAL CO.,
IS9 WlSroHSiN STkEET. MILWAUKEE, Wt
1K. ST. AK?IAI
Is the Safest anil Surest Hemedy ever discovered
for all ;he unnatural discharges and Trivate
lUsKAsKs of Men and the debilitating weakness
peculiar to women. It lias never failed to cure
the niont oliBtlnaUi case, in men, in from 3 to 6
dayg. i No' Ling that makes quicker claims ie
safe.) It is convenient to carry and handy to
use no bot.tle or iipoou to annoy you. Kemem
ber, we Kuftrantee it. Price l.nu per box. Com
plete inutrnctiona with each box. If the drug
Hint you ask for Ur. fct. Armand's French Cure
has not got it, don't let hiui tool vou with his
oily tiininto by selling you something else in
stead, but send price to us and vre will forward
to you I'V mail, in plain, unmarked box. We
also treat patients bv mail. Address THE
11AZZAKAK MKKIclNK CO., 8o0 South baa
samon htreet, Chicane, IU.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Third 8t
STATE OF ILLINOIS, l
KOCK lSI.ANO COUSTT. f
To tho May Term, A. D., I89i, Circuit Court in
Ktillie Davis vs. Charles Duvis, divorce.
To the above named defendant. Chariot linrin.
Ton will take notice, tbat the above named com
plainant, Nellie Davis, has this day filed in said
court her bill of complaiot against you. that a
enmmous la chancery haa been iseued therein
against you directed ti tha sheriff of said county
to execute, retnt liable to the Mav teru A D.,
IH'.e, of said court to be begun and holdefi at the
court houee In the city of Kock Island in said
county on the first Monday of Mav, A. D.. 189-i. at
which time and place you will appear and plead
answer or demur to said bill of complaint.
Kock Island, 111., March 91, 18!.
Obobuk W. timl.r.
Jacksos & Hurst, Clerk of said Court.
Solicitor for Complainant.
rr. T?pninnn' Hnl).l.l K.mul. v.
where among the ladies aa aafe, prompt and
effectual The original woman't talcotion. Price
fl nt direct, sealed ; Information free. Address
Caton If sdical Ca, Boston. Haas.
Mnii: A K.id3
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I lr i j- r 7T, rr CJ
l L 4- . il TjI T:
rvn linsn n rr&ra rc e. i
ii iuu. n u iu i.ii .i.-. .i;ji'fr.i n y w hi u -dc t
" A j i l r 1:13 fil
And Tinish vnur jciviC as -r Q?k-..
6ANTACLAU5 60AP fs the&g H Wii! do it
tad tang once bum I'J ycu never w'i it
J. B. ZIMMER.
Has just rrccivnl a lar?e itivo:ff of the 3attt Ic:ror.d :.: ,. ;
KultiuF. which he M s-illinir at f d(i m,d up Ili- !'i 1 ..f , -. , ;
west of Chicago. A v ry ile.e line of -ant?, whitli !-e ! 1 -
and make 2 our t '.s- turn v ia'e V i tu ck is ((mi'!cti'.
tar Block, Opposite Eaui kh
B. F. THOMAS z CO..
Elm Street Meat Maik?t-I L
All kinds of Fit-sb and Sa't Meats ahv;u ; i: ;
Fisli a lid Oystv-rs In th e:iM.:;.
Reynolds' Block. Moli.ve Ave., ICGT CT Hi! 1
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street,
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Ecr.e.
General jobbing done on abort notice and aatitfaci- l . .. ir . . v :
Office and Show 721 Twelfth Street. RCCK ISLAXS
Billiard Parlor Sample Room.
No. 117 Eigliteenth Str-t
JAJMES T. O'CONNOR, -i Proprietors. , W11 li C'ATTCN
J. Ma CHRISTY,
TLv CI r
Mr. . -3 : 1 il It i I - ' . a? l . it;?-v
r nut. ' ' - w -
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MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 llird Ave.
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C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder.
1121 aud 1133 Fourth avesue. Et fidii.cc IKS !' ' BV'
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Qavenport Business College
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