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THE AIIGUK FTtlDA, DECEM15EH 2. 19.
Both the method and results -when
Snip ot J? lgs is taken; it ia pleasant
uk1 refresliing to the taste, and a,cts
ppc.iy yet promptly on the Kidney j,
J.ivor and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, heal-ai-lies
and fevers and cures haoir !
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tie
only remedy of its kind ever pr
duced, pleasing to the taste and a;
ceptahle to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
pffrcts, prepared only from the root
healthy and agreeable substances, its
manv excelleut aiialitie
to all and have made it . the mo3t
popular remedy known.
8vrUD Of FifTS is ' fill-: aula ir,
and $1 bottles by all leading dru-
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it DromDtlv for nv nnt -aA.n
wishes to try it. I0 not accept ai y
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. H.f.
I . KSIDV .
ICS TOR BALE.
Sorm- choire 1n:t in V'xtiT'f adti'n, $1,000 to$l HM
t . .1 l-tr- t'l.-M- -KOto 4
i.i: '11 riij- won:! I'irk
i,.i in s hue IV hMu o W0 to 1
oi:ie tin r i 'onci i ontriv in citv; trou! in-
WHtinetttf ; :t-o i) l in lit r of nice cotiuiiei wi kit
cat. 1 1- hati ct'eMp ot- lorii Hint .
Hoom 4. Mitchell fc l.vnrie hnitdini? pro 'fid
nnor. in roar or i' ut-i. 4c i ynce t.HDfc.
"nrill Xi-rr '1'TonTion to i few ct:
re iminotir pfM-rtark'M are "i Jur oii. vou
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r 1 1 . : r - - t '"in i r-i;rii n 1 1 ri'rN ifl (lit
. ..o .t -h nil i- rl'irtr .
H D. FOLSOM
i MrHrtiral Opuctno. Hi rt will iao jiu'rt t
r 'j" r!y fit vnnr eyes tor e ery dt'ecl of trior
mii w,.i urjararitee a j.erferl lit in every rase..
1'. thelin in IhU liprn.'f rir"" io no'
jmenciiars. it inrlicutfs a defect of sii ht
aat ciiii-:Pii nervous hesul-arl' aJ should
id ccrrt Uxi -t on.t.. I-;vJ.tiUd free.
H. 0. tOIOM.-
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 Firxt Avp.V
Rook 'flaxi, Iix,
Practical : : :
Okr Fittine and Gperni Johhinp.
Hock Is:aiif,l ,r
ALL KINDS Or
done. A ipeelalty of rarnishine al. telnrts
of Btovea with CasttSgs a 8 oentr
l Deeti added wbere all alndi of mac) dor
Cast Iron Wori
work will badane flisVclaaa.
NTNTH ST. ANP 7th AVE
0V"" &3H0S., Pro ts.
Talk About the Removal of the
M. W. A. Offices.
AN UNWASEANTED 1 ATTACK.
tnju.t aud l ..fa.,UAl Accusation, Tith
K. ferrn. e to thr I'oHttion of Roek Llano".
Frtpmla-Pulton'. Ioltlon-The RnlLnK or
the Order. o
A IV u. ..: n "Sf-
I"'. a' Fulton, who b.s
ios'rirn-ntal fn securing
- ifnu...rirv i. uiicti.u r. sir Aining tbr:
l W A ftnni r. .,ioinu the head offices
of Hi.- ..id. r from Fult.oU t0 FWk Man j
-rnti to bij tMkintf a pr-rulisrly personal,
i.n.rr-rt in hi- . n n-.tvors t(i krep the or
rt:r'a offiis al Fulton dcaiit tho
''ni.'f and nciioa in the rremises.
I'noi l.iMULrni" ti, (,-mpor-irv ii. junc
tion hf rnu.tjijmed r,i, fui,oq Journal
The Head Camp Meeting.
At Hi- in itiB nt the Hpd Gmo of
tUc Moneri Wllin.nirii til Om.liH Ihnra-
finncio.i ihe. ouesiionof the removal
I i in-. iBcc ,,f the head clerk came up and
wit, mimi to a ,ne despite the leyai
op-rnoiin' i.. S. Muitn, aa-istant attornev
fei,erai. Im- M Ai-tiiai, gtan-'ri at
Voraey of bandn,,," eoufitj . and J W.
hue, cvinnf iSb board of direct
or-, iuil I- It i tl til"- I-Ollld II t r.n Uirullo
made at the Ooiba tneeling, inasmuch
as ih D-orsdarv prt-liminarv steps tor a
change in the ehirt. rao : articles Of in
corporation in reiiiird to a change of lo
citnii .it ti,-. r. hci pil office of the cor-
D MniioD nii not be n inkeo in accord
- with tbe statutes or the state of
The various cities having propositions
to off- r were called doq in the following
order Fu!ton, Peorii. SpriBCfleld, Bloom
ington ana R ck lilaid. Peoria hart
commttre of three citizens present and
they cin u Htert Hnicuu in- deietjatna pho
tOKr .phic views ot uie principal buildings
of h -i'y r-nimnd maps and other
ru. to mi tr ee (-ii forb the udvan
itre i.l P.-iria. Rck Island was rep -
esenieii t. a n'mn? lobby including
Kepsen'Ht vn Hur.-t, Mr. Ohlweiler
HDd mem'iers f the city coun--ii
lii'V evicenily had pleot.
r moon ana pur. it where it
w.-iii !. i he rant p od, inasmuch as it
r. cn-iryeil y iev.-rl tleleea'es that tbe
two atiorrttyf who engineered the Rnck
Istnini t-no - f the con'et were well pnid
. ii- h Kcrvvea i.y the lobby tiackinn
The Claim of Fulton
Toe i-!rhih t Fu'ton were presented
hv A W. Btx'iHtj. who read the oflt-r
i.Hiii- ty u- Y-tinu Mtn's Business asso
iHtion i,i iL.rin e a lot for the location of
- biiii- it t'-f -iin-tnent quarters for the
ri.-- i i-ierK' ilii-. anil to render all other
..in (.ix-iiie. Alibouiih tbe time for ore-s-
t'ipi; i tie lT-r of any city had been
n,nei: t:e minute, the head camp
' n .np'tnium consent allowed the
o ser lo ex"-pd his remarks several
:.l itltes lont'er nd the deleira'eS ge
b - ' a momre-pecttul Iwaring.
A J irmi. a relegate from Peoria,
re- til-il Hie r-lnims Of that City and
i.-ri bv redoing a proposition to donate
h- o-ior 'ot a'ued at several thousard
.-tm.i .rivnim the order wo-ild erect a
-r huiiiiipg of three or more stories
K. Stti'rh, delegate from Soringfield.
Hiltfic:iiid rmovl of the office to his
c.i 9. hmi h i-hante shall be made and
set forth in- dvantages ot tbe capital
err m fi ' le ao'-ech but made no offer
of iit t mher bonus.
C nirreitsman W. J. Bryan, delegate
a Itrfe f r Nebraska, spoke in behalf of
rt.-ii-h Iniitrj't. and read an i ffer of the
B g'r-f s Men's association to donate a
v., u t-'e . irentrnlly hxia'ed. and also to
furnir h nut tree quarters for bead clerk's
((flee for ne. vear
l5"oriiine'on and Elgin delegates
anft-d r.i the claims ot those cities be
Or. mo i n it was ordered that the city
rccc-o i majority over all should be
roimT.i.rid tbe location of the bead office
Th vte was by ballot and the com
nitf -e .-n eler'ions repotted the follow
i ,t hj h- 'esult; Whole number of
v ? rH 113: Rock Island. 56: Peoria
2B: Fu'f.n; 18; scattering, 2.
Head Office Favored Bock Island.
U wa- evident from the outset that
nearly all of the head officers favored
rhtn",n R."k Island and much work
h-d U;-n d-it-e in behalf of such a move
ment prior in the convening of tbe bead
eatip. Then the stTODg lobby of five
p-omiofnt cit:z-D8of Rock Island, backed
hy a generous wad. was sufficient to win
ver many western delegates who at first
favored no chanee. J. W. White. J. B.
Keiros and F. 8 Johnson were among
the numtvr of Illinois delegates tbat
labored for the r.fflce to remain at Falton,
and mar.y u'her delegates consistently
ailvocated no chanee at present
Tie Wo r'men of this vicinity and the
business men of thi city should unite in
reafc-insr "ny illrgal removal of tbe head
clerk's fflce. A committee should be
selected lo gut good legal advice and
th ' Xt rr.e,ini' f the hoard of directors
btf r-- tat bo'? s"1 bvp :br lllegal
of tfce prvevnt atttu.p. iii a removal
ir. tin - i-ppTe.1, if cect'ssary,
Uy m.i i resist it. Then the
-vts "an d'-citl'' '.(is qt estion.
Mr, fastis-1 i rt her hazardous in b's
sti'rrrrn' "nil assertions, and unless bis
iujuiiCUoo i. euporitd by facts more r
liable than he ab ive it will n't hold
very long when exposed to the forutiny
to which 't will be subjected when the
motion to dissolve coms np In .he first
place 'brp wrre no Rock Island council
men at Otiahi The Rock Island com-mir-ee
cm j of Messrs. E, W. Hurst,
J.,s., O a. l. r. E H. Guyer and George
F. Hot't e e impelled by motives
loo' in purely to Rock Island's interei ts
A?airt tbp charge tbat "wad" was used
in influencing the location is as utterly
false and groundless as it is libelous and
insultinif, not only to the friends of Rock
I-lnd but to the order of Modern Wood
men. Tbe offices wete ordered removed
t' Rock U'm.ii N:ij- i bit city met 'he
ide-ts of th or1 r -is tf: te?t ciry for such
offiws, and ih-on!y oue t.nt appears to
have st-insn iatrreu at Ht-ifte eo faru A.
Walker Whitealde as Richelieu ImI Even
ing Coming Attractions.
A new s'ar appeared on t!e dramatic
firmament iu R ck Island list night It
was a s'ar of tbe first magnitude that
thus sprang luto . hr lliancv. 'B Walker
Whiteside, tragedian, and tbe Ktidience
which witnes-d his eff ,-t wavi large in
numbers, and in'elliren' and apotecia ive
in churac-er. Yet the trirh ould be
slighted were we to ignore th i fact tbat
a lartje number of the people a lio a'tei d
ed the theatre last evening wer-s ar'ract-id
to a more o- hs lenr--t! hy interest in
the Rook Inland youoij men. !Vessis W.
F. Henderson m ' (). .1 Yore wb- aie
identified wub Mr. Wtii-isnl.'s cuccet-s
as an actor; drawn hi:her. in some meas
ure, if you please, hy curiosity, -ind not
wholly unprepared to le otsappuinted.
There are plenty of atOM on 'he Amt
rican stage, plenty o' kooiI hctorn, but.
nevertheless, they art b fe, nsirfe from
the old sch iol. . worthy of wear
ing the name, that when
noble aspiration prompts na t-ffort fr
fame people are too apt. to look with ap
prehension upon the one hi M'Tivin.
The theatre e lingppblic is inclined to be
hypercritical and uispnopathetic I:
was this spirit Mat ma hav prepared
some of those who atletdad ihe prest n-
tatioD f ' Richelieu"by Mr. Whiteside last
night for disappointment. And thev
were disappointed very agreably 83 in-
ueea, lor they sw trom the firs', moment
he placed foot upon t'.e 8'a-e. in Mr.
Whiteside a polibbe"), finished a :tor, a
man possevsea or ucon annus ear?,
winning erace, sod ""-oi d -rfni magnet
ism. He at oace ap;-far-i h ctreful stu
dent of the drama in i a h:jhess an.
rosseBecn 01 a voice rn-a nifiti m inue
and mouulatioii, his keen r-oDC- ptioa if
Bulwer Lvtion's bivoncnl character is
In the third act. hn yr.tng Brt per
haps appears to b-8' flvar.iau", and wi
the greatest a.lmira inn His reading
the iinfs tbrouirti ihis uyiiu p'n of tie
(lay is tuucr.iru'K beau ifu'. di piayin
as it were the irjnerm-)-t c,in nu:iiin wttu
the soul, the oulri ei vuusnesa. and
with all. iirie.i ly geil,.in-ns . Toromih
out ibe ptestntatioii :he auit'encc evi-i.-ed
its appreC'atton, compiirretiting the star
by a hearty recall at the end of each i.cl
Mr. Wanenuie is l .nt,ra-fc m -.urf i igi
pany with which Mr. Henderson hv?
surraundtd him John M. Stereoii
made a spirited sod soNlu-r-'ke
Maupral Tbe Coun:. L-.ikIos of
Fredfr'.ck Hoev wi enirile.irlv- acted
Miss Liuie C mrcti w n a cev ir Julia
There are many times whe-i Elmund
Mortimer's Joseph -. oul.l bj in re in
keeping wilb his ttie ii ve.e -t to guard
his tones more cautious', at.d the Kint
Louis of Thomas Anthony tni.tht b- given
considerably morf energy w ihout dim
mtug the lustre o' Hie o her iiarts.
In Mr. Wbiieside. Mr. Henderson hits
found an actor of splncdid promise. He
is yet a remarkably ynu-!g man. only 24,
and is already, it may oe s.i l master ot
his art, and he has entered tue fleld li r
laurels at the most opportune time pos-o
ble. He appears at Daveooort next
Thursday night. Let us hope Rock
Island may see him ugaio pre 'hs cloe of
Frank Mayo is l appear at Q-trper's
theatre next Monday night in "Davy
Crockett." The names of Frank Mayr.
and Davy Crockett are snonymous.
Natural adaptation to the character,
coupled with years of ex,crieDCf! arid
careful studv, have given Sir. Ma. o com
plete mastery of it. It is as distinctively
a conception of his ovn as is the char
acterof Rip Van WinKls tbe creation of
Joseph Jefferson. Mr. Mayo'B success in
this role is undoubted:? due to his
naturalness. Tbe details are worke 1 out
to a nicety, a.yi yet in so u .iural a man
ner that there is no oupor'ucity for tbe
audience to feel tha' 'a.-y are f-.r d. Li
a word, Mr. Mayo' D vy Crociu" ia
a finished character ske'eh.
Tomorrow evening, at the Burtis, Dan
iel Frohman's coataany jreseuts '-The
Charity Ball," aud on Bund :y ao 1 M o
dy evenings James T. Powers and com
pany are to ooea' ia 'A Mad Bargain."
A. Bad Runaway.
A runaway tea n, ai;a;ar to a ligh
wagon, -dasiied down Brady street in '
Davenport this morning, and piled up in
aheap in tne, stairway leading to the
basement on ibe Prady s'reet side of tbe
Boston store. Tbe horswa were extri
cated from their uncomfortable position
and were found to not be so eeriou! in
jured as would have been xoected. One
of the laree plate-glass windows, valued
at $200 was broken in the e ach Luckily
no one was injured, though there were
several narrow ar-ima
tittle hingi That tell.
It U the little tbfi.gn ihattrl' little brothers
for tnatanee, who h As away tn tbe par or while
filter entertain her beau, etc. Dr Pierce's
Pleasant Pellet are little tilings tbat tell. - T: er
tell on the liver and toue th system. t
mall and yet o effeQtoal, they are rapirtly np-
piaDiing me oia-rtyie pin. An lnflllb e r.-mdy
forn'.ca and Bihoa- :ieidKca-,- Bill 0Hne and
Constipation. Pnt uc Ic v'al... ODTenujiu to
arry. Their t. c I t t.r- rc-a.r,l -
Peter Kick Injured by a Street Car Last
Peier Kick, a young printer em
p oyed on ;h; Muliae R -publican Jnur
u!, mut wi h 4. diairessioj; accident by
being run over by electric motor No.
39 on the ble line, in chargrj of' Motor -man
81-gbt about 6 o'clock last even
ing. He wm returning home from woik
and bad bi-ea tiding inside. As, the cur
was tearing Twelfth street on Fourth
ay mile tbe yount; m n starid to go
out on tbe rear pla-form to Bet off al
the Twelfth etreet crjssius. A coa-
panion who was on the on s de loclied
the do..r and Mr K ck turned and went
out r n the front pi form Oqh of tr e
gates had been rem-wtd to take off
soin-i pacltag-s a few minutes befcre
and had not been replaced. In getting
doo on th-r steps the young man
either autnipted to al ht or lost hi
balance and fell, the wheels passing
over his left leg He was puked up
and carried into th-i rea;dei.co of H
Davis, wr.ere be w s taken care of un
til the .rrivai of the patrol wagoa.
and Dr. Cttneuts, after which he was
taken t.i the home of his mother at 1118
Upou inniaution the doctor found
thai the lew from th-- ihish oown bad
been terribly laoeriierl and hruise'l.
wbi'e the wheels had aiso passed over
tjie toes, which were badly mashed.
Drs O.rtiT and S-tla w-re ca lid in
Hiitv Ut r i: the 'evening, v heo 'be
youne tnan bad somewhat recovered
ircn ine r-ri'icK. nis Itiiorri w-ih
rres.seit. tin hn cl4n"ei during tbe
operation and it w -stlioiittht hot l e t
to rins cot un'il he had revived
siimewh.it. It will urohahly oe rires-ed
t:nisbt He i- resting us easily as could
be exoecie.i i. day.
The yt-ung mil is 'in yeva of a,-e and
resides witn a wi lowed m tber on Eighth
avenue. Tinman of a ruget d coosti
tuiion, he b re his m, Hiring bravely
cYcrjimi," ii Mta .in.-ie i,i make him as
C iuifortahie as oossihle.
Will Wed a Nobleman.
'a'ci- hve oeeu received iu Mollne
sntiooacin-.r the engagement at Ctin-
8tantirro;le of Miss Harriet Sciiricker . ti
t .-aicis JroraK a I'iejtcnHiit of the Im
perial Hoy tl A-strian n ivy. The briil!
to be w s h.irn an 1 ri-anvl in Woline a:.i
W a irdtiti .--f ti.- M')in hith school
Soate years a.i .- ii- abroad her sis
te. Mui Ottic- ccUr.fUer. of Davenoor-.
met aun mir.M-d v pr s eQjo of ti e
Gorman aT,y Aboii' a year ao Major
Steffjii was sent to Oomtacjiinople and
promoted to the rjih;- t position in tbe
Turkish t.rmy with the ti.le of P.iSli
aad a rank eijusl to That of n-j ir ten -
end ia our army. Soon afu-r reactdrE
Constantinople on was s ri.-keu with
typhoid fever, and his brd.iint career cut
Miss n..rrisi 9 ricker has b en livioi;
with her sister, Mrs. S ff m P isba. and
through her becarne" acquainted with
If the worth of nnything is proven "by
results, then srcly Dr Bulls OiK-h
Syeup, is pre-, minently he best cough
syrup now extant.
Ii the crock: ry store ariver'isemen' on
the sixth page there is a hint fur buyers
of holiday presents worth all 'he way
from fifty ceu's to three doilars.
G M. Loo -LEY
tihi! daily akgtjs delivered atyous
L rtoor everv em nil lor ltc per week.
FOR SALE A StJUARK P,AXO AS GOOD AS
t,ew. by Mr-. Kali-. 8-J5 Twelfth ftn ct
FOB RENT Fornttlit-d rxirns at 140S fecond
in private family, Ko. 806 Mueteenth St.
AGENTS making f5 to 10 per day e:ih,K the
t-lectrical vVotider hotlBO! oil want. rOO Brady
street, Davenport, lowa, recontl floor, ro an . 8 to
9 p. m. Geceral agent wanted.
Tin ANTBD-S1X I.ADIBS aND GENTLEMKN
who won Id like eiearty . milo-mi-n' light
work, JJO.OOrier month esKlly made". Call or ad
drtss. 1 ho-. F. dkin. 1204 Third svenu e
nieces to wleai frotr.; wl o ray
4 i cents to SI for tra which
you en g -t ot 10c ot
7!7 bicond Avenue.
. JAHNS &
Tinware And Hodbk
1612 second avenue
Special Sale of".
ROOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
Wrisbt & Peters' D -neola Hand Turn and
D ill dong welts
" D-onsrl-is M. 3 . .
" Mat b-l -op
S' r ,i ;li i a al .
Slrihley'a Diinvla tiainl lorn
K . ,- t nt f'p
French & Hal 's Ovdovaa hand -iwtd
' Calf hand sewe 1
Bay Utate Calf Welt
We Q lajantee 'he fibove to e I. w r
s'ore and tnpec- our eoods -n 1 1 pric :
gains that -re are now offer.ng.
Succefaur to Carse & Co , 1622 Second Avenue.
Think of It.
O'er half int'li. n r.e. '! !
)fcr. in ne U.i e i ; Ii.. ,
!I)d Ti'To t i i-.jhj n i,irn a'tv-t'.
frum a ti a' v .- i !' . r i ' -1 ii
ire suff rin.2 fmni xnr f - b
ir t on
eases try this ri-iiw khlile O'uah Sjrup
andyoiiwi'l ie no ithir afirard
W,. htv hiimlr'ls of testimonials fror-'h--e
- etieri'ti 1 it.
25 AND 50 CTS. A IXITTI.K SAMPLE H T
TLTS (I CTS
Ak Jonr rirusiif1-' lr M. K mi'
Irisii !.'tur Si ru Vav - m el ! U
tri-1 is al t - t. i v t- a-nvia
you. Si:n' lo any a ore-i. bv ex:?r w i,
receipt of pr'cc. M d-on'y v the i,rn
. V M U
- S lie-
fv-iy tl y
M. nV O -I'dv-,
r.,U . 42 4S
.Vien s ' uc - : '
v el.'- ei ytu r h
M r r n-i" i
Men's '!. b .
A"r b 2 5 )
V M CIS rr M.iod li..o 1.
K.M U t r'.r (.'..iiite. u lifa:nint.
; F KHH in i1;m ,i C:iie. . -
vp .c-t' r-.tiy fa.-we-a-. Out-ira ' i-t ncre
A i.ti iie-e n.e- ;h - jt f s i :i? -I i it:
.r I v r f,.; aj-f f
f3. ; ; oi v,-u. $. 2. j L..di a fc l .iip 1 irk 50j. 75;; au i 9 So.
C"'l !r n 'a U'i - r r .-j ec.,,,l h e JSc.
: 1:8 I Inf s a 28 : ' ' "' -"
s ui iv is, fl 9"; I.iin.Vtui'V rs.' itlj-.'tx
Al- ar ye. u-n- h-t
FAMOXT &nOK RTO E ' -
108 W. 3i uea- Bntdr r,r.-n ort. lows..'
O. L vVVNEfa CD.
We. hve t'.is ni kree'.re.l au 'ii.f.. -
tatioc of F.tcci; ahf.c china rordtcura-
L"UWS- 0,1- 'r-- -f A" m?
bLead of auy!h:n, w. 1 fi.e
had in the past in s'jle, ard
lowir in pre-. Th" ltvT
napes arc Vtr de.-iri.b t.
BiBLEi W have )irf
aed - H ---ri f-m
ily bibles: Also his self
pronouncin teacher's edi-
H- O. t''l n'rl i'IiOMli- Hir
a' il our Oxford .d Babbler
FRAME! We are this yer.r a h-re'o
turn makinsf a pct-i.' f.-r,tur
of our framing rieparimen
no I priixs tnuub ) ver.
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
17031705 Secoo- Ave.. Rock Island. Teiepb ne 1CH.
402 Fifteenth street, Moline.
A' fcnl cf Cnt Flowers constantly ot nn't.
. . . . n ;.- n '.!.( c t a , , . ui 4
ROCK ISLAND, II L.
CAKSE & CO P
Welt . . ; f 4 50
. !-? 5. .0 4 7)
5 50 4 75
5 00 4 75
i.- ati ever b! ore offevd. t'll at our
ee have . so a gret m my other bar-
0 ;&T -r !.
' f - .- p o
t i lei e for o i x g of
'A. l, t;
i ki ! iuif -viiil liv r p lis
' !! t --'..re d ll
' ii ' il t I c tn aa h -y -fii
I c. r u?e.l. bivmg clear.1
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t'oln se'.s it p'lfh, " woo !. whle a:d
gold ' "'
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8 eds. .. , ,
Imported china. '
T-.y of ever? descriptiod, call early
acd make yonr selection. As many of
our choice t goods rant be duplicated
when closed out.';
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