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THJK AEGUS. MONDAT FKBltUAKY 13, 1893.
Tae TRATIXEKS UIDE.
- TmT isLA.il A PAj;riO KAIL
comet r'lrth'.vetoe and Thirty
KrankH. rinumer, agent.
oi-ir. A Minr.eso- I I
C01. impress ... M :08 m' 4:41 am
M Vtv lay Bxpreee... 10:S7 pmi 8M0 am
V3!Zt&fr'n v m 3:1p'
v ;, . lolls Minneso- I I
"i.Kd Denror Vertl-ll
Kress ' 44 :
.W.'lt Limited . ... ; 4:4S am 11 ;10 pm
5"Rnck Ilnd Express; 8:40 pm t:iim
4rnj5oipg " ;uomgwet.
TTTnTON ROtJTR-C, B. A J. RAIL
K Jjl, Dopot First arcaae and Sixteenth St.
,.jo s iiprew...
..! 7:87 pm
; on - """'
K pvT. Express
7 :S3 am
8 45 pm
7 : am
11 rJO am
C "HTTo, milwackek a st. paul rail
,,' Kacine & Southwestern Division De
. Twentieth street, between First and Second
KsV. K. W. Holme... gent.
ur na txpros-
pBl Sr,.r ... ..
. t .r.MmorlntiOT
ISLAND PKOP.TA RAILWAY DB
rt pot First svenna and Twentieth street. F.
fvi Sal. Kxpross.--
2:90 pm 1:25 pm
9:10 ami 8:00 cm
(Vrm H-Of. Km
r)rRi.iNi;T'N. cedar rapids & NORTH
ER i rn rsi'way. depot Twt of Brady street, Dav
ftf:. J .K Hnnncn. (i"M.T'k't & Pass Ai'ent.
S 00 am
-Li-sii West Pavenport.
HOST DIRRCT BOOTS TO IBB
Eart. South and Southeast.
tK.MN I tKT. I tWT,
Li. Rock Island 8:0am 8:30 pm
Ar.Onuu 8:46 am 8:04 pm
Camiridne :0s mm 8:27 pm
Otlva.... :36 mm 8:57 pm
Wyoming 10:11 am 4:83pm
Prtri-fvllle 10:80 am 4 :55 pm
1'sorli 11:16 am 6:40 pm
18 06 n't
'. Lonls .. ..
' 8:40 pm
6 :66 pm
1 rt am
1 -HJt nm
Ar Rnck Island...
110:10 am 8:50 pm
i : pm: 7 :U6 pm
Accominoilatioc trains leave Rock Is'and at
f (l'. m and t do p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1 :1B a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
1 If p. d ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1 :16
Al. trains rna dally except Sunday.
All riseii?er trains amve and depart Colon
Pre Chaircaron Fast Express between Rock
W:aM and Peoria, both directions.
Tnrniu'h tlekets to all points; baggage checked
firon?!) to destination.
Lv, RvklsMnd 8,ln am 4.00 pm
Arr. Htvnolds.... 10 2(1 am 6.05 pm
" 'l'e 11.00 am 5.40 pm
L'- I am 19.50 pm
Ar. R.-rnnids 7.00 am; 1.45 pm
JJH-k lland I 7.55 ami 8.00 pm
. 3. SUDuOW.
0n'l Tkt. Aeerf
-X W7EC!THTHt GtOGHAPIiY OF THIS COUNTRY V1LL OBTAltt
' ti' H1061E WfORUATIOII fROM A8TUCT OF THIS MP OF THE
CMcap, Eock Islanl & Pacific Ey
7i. Mre.-t Rome to and from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa.
y -!. U Salle, Moline, Rock Island, In ILLINOIS,
j-ver.K.rt. JIusratlne, OUumca, Oskaloosa, Ixa
'Jr.ss, Wintrspt, Audubon, Harlan and Council
jrt: In IOWA : Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIN-'--I'lA;
Watertown and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
vamrron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, in MISSOrni;
vn.it, Lincoln, Kairbury and Nelson, In NEBRASKA ;
Atr.'Uon, LeaTsnwortb. Uortnr., Topeka, Hutchinson,
-t.lu. Belleville, Abilene, Dod(re City, Caldwell, tc
'ii m: Kln,lfi'her. E1 Rnoar.d Mlnco.ln INDIAN
'-.I..:!TiiUY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
' ' "UiRaDO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
i. sranr.g lands, affording the best facilities of Inter
wimniunkation to all towns and cities east and west,
rtht ana southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
'i all romretitors In splendor of equipment,
Ti rT" CIIICAO d IKS MOINES. COUNCIL
t.rv, nd 0MAHA, and between CHICAGO and
v , v ER roi ollAl0 SPRINGS and PCEBLO, vis
ASA CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEFII.
I iTcaaM '" Coache. FREE RECLINING CHAIR
Ed Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Bervlca
I'Meeonnertlons at Denver and Colorado Springs with
"irenrtng railway Unci, now forming the new and
ZT'AXS-ROCKT IZ0VNTAIN POUTS
nZrJi h,ch uperblyrulpped trains ran dally
LKorGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
0p1en nd FTclsco. THE ROCK
fV" U Dlr(ct Favorite Una to and
"Snltou, Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
Clc and cities and mining dlstrlcU In Colorado,
Daily fast express trains
m St. Joseph and Kansas City to and from all lm
' nl ,l?us.clties and sections In Southern Nebraska,
i 'I'1 thf lntl,an Territory. Also via ALBERT
.V , t TE ,l''Kn Kansas City and Chicago to Water
" h""1 MINKEAPOLH and ST. PAUL.
";"'? for all points north and northwest between
or Tickets Maps, Folders, or desired Information
10 Couron Ticket Office In the United States
runada, or address
SJ. JOHN, JOHN 8EBASTIAN(
llaDAjer, GenlTkt, AFbsj AgU
TwcEaXJiJRJ?.l?rEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
aiJPkMii1.' nt,T ? "' tornaeh, live
LAHE S MEDICIHE
All drnptsts sell Kat 60e. and l V rwr Tmekaire.
ctay one tdav. I.ane'a Family V inneoTrs
ook's Cotton Root
A recent dlsccvery b an old
fatl tiTv w pnysician. t ccessrully nsed
r J!-' t'onthly by tbonsands of la
ViA die- u tBe ""'I perfeetlJ
uu rei.'RDie meaicme
discovered. Beware of nn-
rtrinrmld lln rroiatn . tin nf.
rer inferior medicines in place of this. Ask for
Cooi's Cottoh Root Compound, .eke no substi
tute, or Inclose 81 and 6 cents is rx stse in letter,
and wa will send, sealed, by retim mail Fall
sealed particulars in plain envelDpe, to ladies
only, 9 stamps. Addre-s
V" POND LILLf CCVPANT,
' v No. 8 fisher Block, Di-trou Mich.
Sold in Kork Island hv Marshall & Fisbet. "a'
per Hoose, liana nrincn. S )th street and 8a
ave.. and drnvTsts evurvwhr.
AT TOR NE FkS .
ATTORNEY AT LAW-OtBce in Mitchell
i Lv ode's new block.
JAlkSON & HLRST,
4TTOHXETSATLAW. Office in Rock I3.'a-d
n. fatiocal Bank lluildintf, Hock Island, ill.
D. 4W1FVET. o. L. WAMLB3.
4 TTOHNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
flfuce In Bengston'e hlook. Rot s Ihland, Kl.
HcEMRY & McEMRl,
t TTORNBY'S AT LaW Loar money on ood
R security, make collections, R fferenee. Mitch
ell Lyndo. bankers. OtBee in I'ostome block.
S. TF. OBELL,
TTORNKT AT LAW Former y of Port Byron.
1 and during the past two years with the firm of
irowninK St. Entriken at Moline, r as now opened
m office In the Anditoriam baiidine, room 5, at
C. J. Sbabxb. k W. Seablb.
SEARLE & SEA RLE.
1 TTORNKtS and Coansellors at Law said So
Alkltnes In Chancer r; efBce B Jord's black.
R. Hi PEAR3E,
Boom S3 In Mitchell A Lynde's new block.
DR. J. E. KAWTHORHE,
Teeth extracted without iin by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell t Math's.
.RS. BICKEL L SCKOEMAKER
WltcheP A Lynde'e Block, Rooms 29-81.
J. R. Holiowbnsh, , D, Gc o, K, Barth, la. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLI.OWBUSH,
DHTelCIANS AND StTRGHONS.
ertice 4023'dst. Telephone 1W
Hcsidence 791 21st st. " 1188
Dr, Barth i Dr. Ilcllowhnsh
to 10 a, in. I 0 to 12 a. m,
1 to 9 and 7 toHp. m. 3 to and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, (lose 2nd Throat
Gfflce McCnllongh Bnilding, 194 W. 3d St.
Honrs: 8 to 11 am: 1 to 4 nm.
J. F. Mrsns, M. D. Gim. W. Wbekler,;m. D.
DRS. JHfERS & WHEELER,
Snrrery avid! ihaeaars of Women
OIBce over Krell 4 Math's, '"elephone 1148.
H. VTERS I I r. wheeleh.
6 to 12 a.m. I 8 to Ma. m.
to 5 ncil 7 to 8 p. m 1 1 to 8 and 7 to p. m
tee. telephone 1200. Res. elephone, 1190.
Edward L. Hambati. Clabk B. Bupobd.
HAMMATT & BLTORD.
ARCniTECrs, Rock Island, Til. Office Room
41, Mitchell A Lynde build ng.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
Plats and suerintendcnee 'or all'clus oi
Rooms 58 and 56, Mitchell A Lynde building
Broadway, Cor.rrince St., Kew Tork City.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the Earopean plsn.
Room rates (1 a dav and npw ard .
Kcstaurant equal to the best in the c!tv at mod
fctrect cars from all R. R. st.itlons and steam
boat and ferry landing- pass the door.
HILDRETU A ALLEN, ?-'.
JTho desires a Rood business pos tien in t he TTotI A-a
Rlr city should write at once for Prospectus' of t be
onions Metropolitan Business Colicse CWoawii,
aiuaualfaellltlesforplaelnRfrra luales .1-nWlaiieC
years Occupies Its own bull. Injr. :-ires,
WIT AND HUMOR.
Truth may be stratijr'jr than notion, !
but in literature it hasn't as high a
market value. Boston Courier.
"Did you say you had a calling ac
quaintance with her, Dick?" "Yes,
she's in a telephone office. " Harvard
"Isn't Miss Bolivar aging rapidly?''
"Yes: but she had to catch up, you
know. She was twenty for thirteen
years." Harper's Bazar.
The man who can play cards with
his wife as a partner and never scowl
during the entire evening may as well
order his halo at once. Boston Tran
tcript. Hostess Will you have a piece of
pie, Georgie? Georgie Yes'm; but
please make it double size, because
ma told me not to ask for two pieces.
Dumsquizzle Young Timberwheel
has a suit of clothes for every day in
the week. Skimgullet I never see
him wear but one. " Dumsquizzle Well
that's the suit. Quips.
"It is a great pity to let it go to
waste." said the telephone girl.
"What?" "The language thatrunsover
this wire. You could run an electric
light with it." Washington Star.
Priscilla's Mother Priscilla, you !
seem to have dropped your painting, !
your singincr and your piano practice. I
Priscilla Yes, mamma; what's the use j
of it all, now that Pra engaged. ;
Mrs. Lovey Oh. dear! I'm quite
worn out with housework. Mr. Lovey
But you have so mauy girls, my
love. Mrs. Lovey I know il, but it's
60 much trouble to keen them working
aomous .uoiuer is tint neighbor s I
nine r,y a r:oe try L:tt!o Johnny
Yes'm. When teacher asked him
who hit him with a spit bull ho taid he
didn't know, and he saw me hisself.
"'M er so t lie price of whisky has
been advanced?" said the seedy'man
in an I'd-like-to-be-a-friend-of-yours
lone. 'It's gotier be 'fere you git
anything here," was all the bartender
deigned to answer. Indianapolis Jour
nal. A Topeka negro politician, who has
just returned from a visit to Georgia,
has told a Kansas reporter that he
"would rather live in hell than in
Georgia." Municipal pride is strongly
developed in Topeka. Kansas City
"Burton has always said he could
never fall in love with a girl who
wasn't strictly proper." "Well, his
fiancee is that sort." "Really?" "Yes;
be has to disguise himself as a mani
cure to hold her hand twice a week."
Mrs. Gotham Now they say Chicago
is to have the most powerftl 'telescope
ever made. What do you suppose
that is for? Mr. Gotham I presume
they want to find out if the top stories
of their houses are inhabited. X. Y.
"The great problem that I have had
to deal with," s;tid the keeper of the
imbecile asylum, "is to rind some oc
cupation for the people under mv
charge." "Why not set them to in
venting college yells?" asked the vis
itor. Bujj'tio Exj'ress.
"These are the shortest days in the
year." said Mrs. Jimpson lo her hus
band. "What of it:" asked Jimpson
testily. "I'm just as short as the days
and a blamed sight shorter since you
came back from the shopping cxnedi
tioii." iiuJU-'i J'xio-rtys.
IJural e'iiikl I don't believe the
canal companies cares much fr child
ren. M.itiier Why not? Rural Child
In the summer thy pu! the water
in, so we'li get drowned, arid in the
winter lhey let the water out, so we
can't skate. timid Sews.
lis And s.t oii refuse me? She I
do. Ko Then, proud beauty, know
the truth. I am the inventorof a suc
cessful dish-washing machine. Only
one will ever be rri:vTe, and the woman
that marries me will have it- Ah, ha!
Farewell! -V. Y. Weekly.
Instead of the old French question.
"Who is the woman in the case?" ev
ery great scandal nowadays provokes
the inquiry: "When was "he in Chica
go?" Of course Chicago figures in
the Tanama case. Dr. Herz was there
in 1872. -V. '. Commercial Advertiser.
William Dean Ilowells illuminates
his well-written advertisement (now
running in 3,003 daily and weekly
newspapers) with his portrait. The
author's admirers will be delighted to
find that he bangs his hair, mustache,
and his fur collar. Minneapolis Tri
bune. "So you want to go on the expedi
tion, do you? It's a dangerous trip.
Why, the climate is : .ibject to the most
sudden changes. It goes to the ex
tremes of heat and cold." "Pooh! I
won't mind that. I've lived for three
years in a steamheated flat." Buffalo
She You seem very depressed. I
didn't know you cared so much for
your uncle. He I didn't. But I was
the means of keeping him iu an insane
asylum the last year of his life; and
now that he has left me all his money
I've got to prove that he was of sound
mind. Funny Folks.
Briggs That was a nice thing that
young Fiddleback fell into wasn't itP
The father of the girl he's going to
marry gives them a house and lot and
her mother furnishes all her clothes,
besides giving her an income. Grigg
What does Fiddleback do? Briggs
I understand that he is goiug to buy
his own cigarettes. Puck.
Miss Jessie Lincoln of Liberty was
hurt iu a coasting accident, and the
police reporters give it out that "a limb
was broken." For the benefit of old
fashioned people who were educated to
believe that even nice, pretty young
women have both, it might be in or
der to ask the reporters to run back
and find out if it was an arm or a leg.
Kansas City Star.
Great Statesman You were in a
rather sad condition when you left the
banquet the other night. Reporter
Yes; I drank more than was good for
me. Great Statesman So I noticed.
And it snowea in your report ot my
piieevh. It was lerriolv mixed un.
Didn't the ediUir raise a row about, it? .
Keporier 2i-, he !nin't biame me J
atn. lie liioiiyiit you were (trunk.
-. Y. H'et,kiy.
This is the kind of limnicier a woman
is: In liiesj.rniir she wiil buy a setting
hur. mid a doci; t egg and every
day will ca.oiiiaiu tiow much mo
ney s.:j wiii ui.iati when she sells her
spring chickens. When the thickens
are hatched she makes such pels of
them that she hates to part with them
and keeps ihem until they become a
lot of tough old chickens that no one
will buy. Aleitison Uivbt.
Warden So you got rid of your
pastor. Klder Yes; he was a good
man, but he was too dry in his preach
ing, always give us aVisiory of the
Jews. But we-don't like our new pas
tor much either. Warden What's the
matter with him? Elder Well, he's
too wet; preaches with tears in his
voice nearly all the time; emotion of
tiie purest kind, but too much of it.
Warden ! see; the old pastor was too
historical and the new one is too hys
terical. A. Y. Tribune.
"What odd English you Chicago
people use," remarked a New York vis
itor to a resident broker. "Why?"
"You asked that gentleman lo drop in
on you some time." "Well, what of
that?" "How can iie d;op in ou you
away up here on the sixteenth floor?"
"Easy enough, my dear fellow, easy
enough," and the' broker threw one
foot nonchalantly across the desk; "his
ollice in on the twenty-seventh floor.
Tumblez vouz?" The New Yorker did
so. Detroit Free Press.
Advertising to Profit.
A neat illustration of the value of adver
tising money wist-ly expended was given at
the Portland You dr Men's Christian asso
ciation meeting Sunday when (Jeneral Sec
retary McDonald stated that he had some
curiosity to know what method of ndvtr
tisiun reached the most people. He had
circulated thousands of little dodgers, giv
ing notice of the meeting, and he asked
those who hail seen them and had been
moved to come through that means to riseL
The hull was packed as full as it could
hold, and of the entire tiumberabout fifteen
arose. Then Mr. McDonald asked all who
had read the notice in the newspapers and
had been influenced by them to rise, and
the men rose in a body. Bangor Commer
cial. I felt it my duty to say a ew worrts in
r. pard to E v's Cream Ba.'m, and I do so
entirely without solicitation. I hve
o$el it more -r V ss half a vear and have
foatid it to be most ndmiribis. I have
sufftred from etarrh of the worst kind
ever ainre I w-g little bov and I never
hoped for cure, but Cream Balm seems to
do even that. Many of mv acquaint
ances have usd l with exceUenl remits.
Oscar Osirnm, 45 Warren aveou?, Chi-
Mr. David il. Jordan
of Edmest on, N. Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
A Complete Cure by HOOD'S
This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen years azo I had an attack of the
trravel, and have since been troubled with my
Liver and Kidneys
gradually growing worse. Three years ago I
pot down so low that could scarcely walk.
I looked more like a corpse than a living being.
I had no appetite and for five weeks I te
othing bos Krarl. 1 was badly emaciated
and had no more color than a marble stal.e.
Hood's Sarsaparilla was recommended and I
thought I would try tt. Before I had finished
the first bottle 1 noticed that I felt better, suf
fered less, the in Bnmniaiios of the blad
der had subsided, the color becan to return to
my face, and I brgau to feel haucry. After
1 had taken three bottles 1 could eat anything
without hurting me. Why, I got so hungry
that I had to eat I times a day. I have now
fully recovered, thanks to
I feel well aad am well. All v.ho kn
me marvel to see me so well.'
1. M. Jordan.
HOOD'S PlLLS are the best after-dinner Pills,
assist digestion, cure headache and bilionsness.
and how to attain it.
At last a medical work that tells the causes,
describes the effects, points the remedy. This
is scientifically the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful, medical book that has ap
peared for years ; 96 pages, every page bearing
a half-tone illustration in tints. Some of the
snbiects treated are Nervous Debility, Irnpo
tencv, Sterilitv, Development, Varicocele, The
Husband, Those intemlinc; Marriage, etc.
Every man who would know the grand truths,
the plain facts, the old secrets, and the new
discoveries of medical sciei re ss applied to
married life, who wotilii c'r. .- - 1 ;im 'ollies
and avoid future rili.i.F. fortius
wonderful little bck. i:t free,
nderseal. Addrc-r-t t!
Erie Mr .S.Y.
' Gastoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither.Opini, Morphine nor
ether Narcotic substance. 'liiis 'o harmlees substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teethiug troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas-
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Osgood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day Is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrumswhich are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby Bending
them to premature graves."
Pa. J. F. KrxcHaxoE,
INCORPORATED UNDBB IH STATE LAW,
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 8 a. m. to 1 p. ra., and Saturday evenings from 1 to 8 o'clock,
rive per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Poraonab Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P L. H.ITCBELL, Prat. r C. DKNKMANN. Tlca-Fraa. J. M. BTJTOKD, Oaabiat
F.U Mitchell,. P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Crobangh, H.F. Ball.
Phil Kitchell, L. Bunon, B. W. Hurst, J. at. Bnord.
jAoxsoa HrjasT, Solicitors.
"'Began business July 8, 1880, and oceapy the southeast corner of Mitchell ft Lynde ' new
Munro, De-Bue & Anderson
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
226 Alarket Square.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3ERLAKE & SPENCEH, Props.
R tf.HTJDeON. M.J.PAMM.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERST
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. and Seventeenth st. Rock Island.
IQavenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS '
J. C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AMD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
AP kinds of brass, bronae and alaminnmj bronze; casting, all shades nd tern, ere Ma
specialty of tews metal pattern and artistic work.
EBOr d Orc-At 1811 First .venne, near Ferry landing. - . rock ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprietor:
CREAM BALM ('leanae the Xnsnll
All . - 1 a . . . f
j m una
. . ,
Gives Relief at once
Ijuc. I)ruRBisUorby snail.
1 'v '
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" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to auy prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archkk, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known aa regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital axd DispnraiBT,
Aixxit C Smith, Pres.,
a ami InflMminalion. lleaJsMC F0
rt ami Smell, and 4.rti-J-4TARVl
. V .... V . . . ,
for Cold In Head. I
It U Unieiclg A burnt. I
iKO&, 66 Warren bU, M. Ti