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THE AliGUS, TII UltSDAY, LVY 18, 18915.
- - a. " i - Tin WATT.
Chicago, rock i8iaiMi-' . ' j :;..A
wVy-Depot come. Fifth avenue and Thirty
mi street. Frank H. Plnmmer. agent.
Council Blartx Muuieso-
ts D.y Repress
Kansas City Day Express.
1 :0r am
4 :45 am
Omaha and Denver Vesti
! 7:45 ami 7:topm
T . .. . , , - I 4i.!.l
.46 am, S:i0 am
:5o amll :1S pin
:40 pm :() am
:15 am 9:05 pm
:15 am' 9:10 pm
Stuart-Rock Ishiurt Evnre
St. Paul ami Minm ajMilis. .
Kansas Citv and St Joe. ..
Denver, Colorado s-'prini?
( jll :1". am. 8:."M) pm
"Daily, wimiin ruoiin; t .
CHUSKTON ROUTE-C. B. fc KAIL
way Dopot F:r (iv:nnt- ar.o HiTtmT'-h
W.J. YontiK, atfei.t.
... ! I RUT-
-4U nti 7 40 p i
7:10 pro: rtrl a i
t; :M piti 7 ."5 a c
9:?o pm! l'V aci
7 :?r n- H PO n-r
S. Lijui !!:-!-.
S"l. lou:s Kspres ?
: Pan! Ssprtis
f-VIICAGO. MILWAUKEE & T. i'AL'L ItAlL-
way Ksciue Jfc Southwestern r-ivisioD De
pot Twentieth street, between Firnt and Saeond
svencio. 8. D. W. Holme. aurrt.
TRAINS. Leavk. Ahkivb
Mail and Kxpresc 7:00n f. 8:,.u.
St. Paul Expr-ss .. .. 4 4Jim 11:4 am
Pt. A Aecimmodatlnn :4 -.n .1 Ql1"11
OCK ISLAND PJ.0HIA RAILWAY DK
pot First a venae and Twentieth street. P.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS. j Lnvi Altgivgj
Pai Hall Express 8tf am 7 :05 pm
Bxprce 2 :' pm 1 :US pm
Cable Accommodation ! 9:inam 3 0 pm
! 4 :00 nm atn
T5CKUXTiN. I'EDAK KAl'IDS fc NOKT1I--D
era railwav. depot f-xt or Brady strect.Dav
enport, J.E.Haiineg-tn. Ocn.T'k't A Pa. A.Piit.
Pavenport Trains, j Leave. Arrive.
FassenL'er i 4:S pm 10:45am
Freight ! 3:t'0 ami 11:15 am
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Tram North. ;Scu:h.
passenger li7:'2oni MU:pm'
al0:3ipm n4 45:m
" j ntt 4" am a7:4"pm
7n-1i:nt !bt :15 pm M :15pm
I M:15ni Ml :50:mi
Daily. M.il!v except Sun.liy. Unn;
Cmft Sou:h and eat
ii'JST DTBECT BOCTR TO Talt
East. South aud South8art.
t'st w'i.i Expresr
Lv. Rock Island j 8:immj 3:ipm
Ar. Orion 8:4.-amj 3:04 tm
Cambridife :0-iam 3:07 pm
Galya ... 1 :! amj 3:57 pm
Wyomine -10 :11 ami 4:3.1pm
Prtcceville 10:3) ami 4:65 pm
Peorta 11:15 am1 5:40 pm
Sioomington 1:15 pm' 9:15 pin
Sprinrfleid 3:40 pm 10:) pm
Jacksonville 4-OCpm! 14 -05 n't
Decatnr.... 2:50 pm; l":iKipm
Danville 3:50 pm 13:10 am
Indianapolis 6:55 pm; 8:35 am
TerreUante 7:10 pm 10:00 am
Evansville 1:20 am' 7:8yim
it. Louis 7:30 pm' 7:40 aac
Cincinnati II :00 pm j 7:10 n't
Lv. Peori -lu:Mam 3:5upm
Ar. Rock Iin-l I 1 :S5 pm 7:05 pm
.'-Accum'Jo.li:mr. tram leave Kork Ilucd at
ff:0oa. m. and 6 io p. m; arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
ai. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Poojia fi:00 a. m. and
7 -.15 p. m; arrive Rock IV.and 4 :GG p. m. and 1:95
All train rnn da'.ly except Sunday.
All pM9ei;er trains arrive and depart Union
FrceC!wirc:on Fan Expre between itock
Is'ond and Peoria, both dlrec'.lons.
Throngh tieketf to all point ; ba.'aee caecked
throngi to destination.
Lv. Rnck ItlnJ i.ln am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynold lO.'Jo am 5.05 pm
Cable ll.OOam 5.40 pm
, Accom. Accom.
Lv. Cable I 6.20 am 110 pm
At. Reynolds 7.00 am 1.45 pm
" Bock Inland 17.55 am 3.00 pm
H. B. SCDLOW. .. iTUCKHOL'sB
Saparintendont. - 't"' Tkt. Aeei t
STATE SAVINGS BA1TZ.
Cfllce Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
tcecds the Molice Savings i hi.k. Omunized 1S6
5 PcrCEXT INTEREST ;aII) OX DEPOSITS.
Organized nnder State Lnvrs.
pen from 9 a. m. to 3 r m.. and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from? to 8pm
Porter Skis-nek, - - President
il. A. Ainswohtu, - Vice-President
J. F. ilEiENwii, ... cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H. A. Ains worth,
Andrew Friberg, . F. Uemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in tucjjearden
pot of the westj'iy the
Orchard State Bank
E..W. Dart, President.
J. S. DAKTCashier.EaS
Mitchell & Lyndo, Bankers.
J. F. Kobinjou, Cashier Rock Island'Natisna
C. C. Carter, V. I.
Ueury Dart's Sous, Wholesale (irocera.
Correspoudcuce folicitetl. ,
Zt Cures Colds. Coughs. Sere Throat. Croup, Inflo
enra. Whooping Cough, ronchitis and Asthma.
A certain cure tor Consumotion in first stages,
and ft cure relief in advanced stages. Use at onee.
You will it the excellent effect after taking the
first dose. Bold by dealers everywhere. Largs
bottles 60 cents and $1.00.
WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE, .
THE GKKAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
4&f9t Promptly ami perms-
fSiijtit nently cure- all forms of
Nervous eakiies, Kmis-
y i cJiV; v) potency and all efficts of
abuse or excesses; been
prescribed over 35 years
in thousands of castt; is
Urforc and lifter, est medicine known; ask
drticists for Wood's PiiosruoDiNE: if he offers
some worthless medicine in place of this, leave
his clithono't store, enclose price in letter and
we will send you by return mail. Price one package
51 : six. $5; one will please, six will cure; pam
phlet iu plain sealed enveloe, 4 stamps: address
WOOD CHEMICAL CO.,
131 Woodward avenue. Detreit Miili.
K. I AUTEMLK
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Mitcliei: A.
il Lyndc's new bio --..
! TTX-JiSEYSAT LAW. nC'c-iii K- i -
.1 v.ioi:: iWak I". ,:'.. .:!;- . ti.i i-r..'..
: wK..- ...... W lr-
;'ir!:N!IV.i ANi) CorNS'LLOKS .; I -
1 f"!UKSEVS .J.T :..i"v' Loui; r;r-r,v-y oi: --ot-:
ccritv,rial:ct''i;ctiniis. rt-f.rv?:C M-'er.
Lynde. baiikern. i;lot- toj"-,l'.ct. '-
TTORVEV AT LAW Fonaer:v of Port Hyron.
i and tlurini: rh-; ih-i nvo yeu-s with tlu- -irr.i of
trowniuA Entrik -n at Mulice. has now opened
n ofBce in the Ait.liter'.ntn bai.dlni;, room 5. at
C J. Searle. , s. W. searle.
SEARLE 6c SEARLE.
VTTOKSKvSanl Coanse-Uor in Ltw and So
licitors In Chancers: office Bcford's block.
DR. AS AY.
Physician and Surgeon,
113-1 Tiiiki Ave..
Tili-i)niic 127n. U k Island. 111.
Offli-e Hour: 10 a. m. to !i ui., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Ilollowbnsh, M. t, Geo, E, Darth, M. I.
drs. barth & hollowbush,
Dhysicians and urgkoxs,
Otlirc 40:ISlnl st. Telephone-1PK5
Kesidence 731 -.'1st st. USS
office ;irn :
Dr. Earth t Dr. Hollowbu"h
) to 10 a. m. I 111 tnl.'ii. m,
1 to 4 and 7 to a p. m. 2 to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
DR. CEIAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlce McCullonsh Building, 134 W. 3d 8t.
Hours : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtess, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeler, M. D
DBS. MYERS & WHEELER.
snricry and Itipieaifn of Womrn
Office over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1143
dr. xters. I dr. wheeler.
0 to U a. m. I 8 to 10 a . m.
to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
(es. telephone 1200. I Res. telephone. ll'.0
R: M, PEAROE,
tttx.m 33 in Mitchell & Lyndc's new block .
OR, J. E. HAWTHGRelE,
Teeth extracted without p&:n by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
M'.tchel' & Lyndc's Block. Rooms 29-31
Edward L. Ham m ATI. Clark II. Buford.
HAM MATT & BUFORD.
AHCniTECTS, Rock Island, 111. Office Boom
41, Mitchell & Lyndo building.
GEO. P. STATJDTJTT A TL.
Plans and superintendence for aH'claas ol
Rooms &3 and 55, Mitchell & Lynde building
Broadway, Cor. Princo St.. Now York City.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European pln.
Room rates 81 a day and npward.
liestanraut caual to the best in the eitv at mod
btreet cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat gild ferry landing pass the door.
1 1 T T nDT?1Ul ITT T , ,
A YELLCV LUCK.
Flow a Vngraronl C'anir.f .7r-ccctlel In Oct.
' tlnr a Square I. cat.
Alfrcil do Mussc-t, the famous Frer.fSx
poet, was at one time coniluctinfj a vu'lp
vass Vr election to the Fronch academy.
lileml;ers of thi3 distiiijaiislied lxl- r.vo
elected to it Ly those who are already
members, and ctistoiu requires that au
aspirant shall no about soliciting the
votes of members. Mnsset had gone from
one academician to another and was on
his way, on foot, totho house of the Count
de Saiute-Anlaii'O, jvi:-t outside of Pjiris,
vlsoso vote he hoped to gain. When he
had almost arrived at the place, a largo
yellow dog began to follow him, lut the
dog sneaked behind, and as the pert was
too much wrapped in his thoughts to
look aro.'.nd h'? did not know that what
was perhaps the mot hideous dog in
Paris was at l;is heel.--.
When the p et rang at 2.1. do Sainto
Anlaire's door, the dog watched his
chance, and as the door was opened
slipped into the house. The servant sup
posed the dog was the newcomer's, and
the poet supposed that it belonged to the
The host and his family were warm
admirers of JIusset and gave him a hearty
welcome, though they gazed askance at
the horril le yelh w di g. which had curled
its long legs down on a beautiful rug
woven by the young lady of the family
as a present to her grandmother.
"Extraordinary taste in iets," said the
host to himself. '-But to a great px t
anything may be pardoned."'
".Strange," said Musset to himself,
"that an elegant family like this should
keep such a hideous cur!"
When presently the poet had been in
vited to remain to dinner and the dog
had promptly accompanied the family
and their guest to the dining room, the
master of the house was m grave doubt
whether "anything could be pardoned to
a poet." The animal rushed nrmmd the
table, grabbing:! piece of food, frighten
ing the venerable grandmother almost to
death, and tiding like the miserable, hun
gry vagabond that he was.
The hostes.--, by way of delicate com
pliment to in 'V guest, caused al.ir ; plate
of food to be placed for the do.;. Tho
animal ate il in a minute's time and gal
loped around th" table for more. II,?
barked ferociously when one of th.- fami
ly deeliued to give him a piece ol meat
that he saw on a plate.
The dog's actions prevented any con
versation or my enjoyment of the meal.
The host looked at his guest and won
dered. The guest looked at his host and
As the party was rising from the table
the dog rushed against a servant and
caused him to upset the greater portion
of a set of rre and precious china, an
heirloom in the family. The ladies gath
ered about, weeping, and liegan to pick
up the priceless fragments.
Something in the hostess' face inspired
the oet with it sudden and fearful
thought. lie rushed up to the count.
"Can it be possible-, sir." he exclaimed,
"that you supposed that this dog be
longed to me'r"
"Why, of course we supposed he was
yours, said tec count
you. did he not:"
I v.- y,-i- saw the hideous
fore:" s:;i.i Musset. "I supposed all the
time thai i he dog belong 1 to the house.''
Tlu n the smistial. v ' '.: I shown
signs of uneasiness during i -iiiile con
versation, sneaked toward the door, llo
was kicked out, yelping, but once well
outside he shook himself and trotted oil
with a complacent air, which seemed to
"Well, that's all right so long as you
didn't turn me ;:t before dinner!"
"M. de Sain'e-Aulaire voted for Musset.
"But," he said, "I shouldn't have done
so if that dog had really 1hh-ii his. Upon
foich little things do great things de
pend!" Youth's Coniimion.
A Miip T!:it V.'.-is Once a Flier.
It is a fact and one that may not lie
generally known that the United States
government label placed on every box of
imported cigars sold in the United States
bears a fine steel plate engraving o tho
steamer City of Washington, a sister
ship of the ill fated City of Boston. In
the year lsGl the City of Washington,
then plying between Xew York and
Liverpool, covered the passage to the
westward in January in 11 days hours:
April, 1J lays 1 hours; May, i: days 21
hours; July, 13 days: August, 13 days;
September, i3 days -i) hours, unci De
cember, 15 days 11) hours.
In December, lsd. she made the trip
from Sandy Hook to Qneenst own in what
was then the remarkably fast time of It
day .s 1 :) hours and .Hi seconds. The City
of London made several passages to the
eastward iii l'Sl and ISO! in less than 11
days. Xcw York World.
Heady 1'or the Vort.
-What! Smoking. Fred? Thought
your doctor told vott it would kill youV
"So he did, and I trait. But at the end
of a week I wanted to die, so I'm smok
ing again." Life.
from close application and too little exercise, sre
esnccia'ly liable to constipation clopcirg up na
ture's great sewer producing headache, bilious
ness sluggish circulation and general derange
ment of tile vita! organs. A regular movement
of the bowels is indispeut-ablc to perfect health:
to neg-lect is t Imperil ! If constipated. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets will cure jon. No intetferencs
with business. cry modest expense. Mild iu
action, yet powerful is cleanslnp, regulating the
stomach, liver and bowels, curing constipation,
headache and kin (red a'lmcnts.
I have been troubled with chronic
catarrh for years. Ely's Cream Balm
is the only remedy anion;; the nianv
that I have used that affords me re
lief E. W. Willard. druggist, Juliet,
My son has been afflicted with nas
al catarrh since quite young. I was
induced to try Ely's Cream Balm,
and before lie had used one bottle
that disagreeable catarrhal smell had
all left him. He apjiears as well as
anyone. It is the best catarrh ' rem
edy in the market. J. C. Olmstead,
The Camn.ion Is an 'o'ld Flower,
Pliny refers to the carnation as having
been used in the days of Augustus Caesar
to give a spicy flavor to wine. While
greatly loved and admired hy the an
cients, its improvement was not much
advanced nntil it found a home in Eng
land. The date of this event is not quite
clear, but is believed to lie about the
year ICtK). Chaucer wrote of its cultiva
tion in 13-S6, from which date it has been
considered a florist's flower. It was first
called "Jhriiarion"' by Henry Lyte in
1578 and designated as a "pink" in 1600.
Edmund Spenser called it "coronation,"
which found little favor. Shakespeare,
in "Winter's Tale," act 4, says, "Tho
fairest llowers o tiie season are our car
nations." lie alo alludes to it in "Hen
ry V." E. T. Lombard.
A Killion Fri-1 ds
A friend in tu-ed is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and cold-. If vou have
never used this groat cough medi
cine, one trial will convince you that
it has wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed or money will
be refunded. Trial bottles at Hart.
!v Ullcmeyor's drug store. Large
bottles one and if 1.
We desire to say to our citizens
that for years we have been selling
Dr. King's Xew Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. Kiiig-'s New Life pills,
Bucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as -.veil, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee t hem
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory resu It s do not follow their
us'. Those remedies ha e w-oti their
great popularity on their merits.
Hart , iv- l.'Ilemever. d rug'd si s.
SICKI.KNS ARNICA SAI.VK.
The best sal e i n t he world for c u t s.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Kever sores, t et t er. chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin crup.
lions. a:e! positively cures piles or
no pay re-pi'ired. It is guaranteed
to give perfect s:tisfaetion.or money
refunded. Price l'.) cents per box.
l-'or sale hv Hart. iV Ulletnever
Kits All tits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Croat N'cre llestorer. No
lits after the tirst day's Use. Marvel
ous cures. Trcaisc and $2 trial bot
tie free to tit. cases. Send to Dr
Kline, icll Arch, street. Philadelphia
Pa For sale by al! druggists: call
When Baby was sick, vre pi'V " Cistoria.
W lien che wan a C'oiM, slie i ricd for Castoria.
When s'io liixT.mo Miss, shf c!i:n;T t,- Cistoria.
Whoa she Lad Children, she gave them Ca.storia.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day . Most people need
to Use it.
Oftistfren Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cou;h
Childret, Cry for
sii V ITcr.narliocn-1 relievo ait tbatvotAtoi .i-T
.V t-.t te a "Mlious rt.uuof tho cjn.-!j, euch ,'-1
! 1 -Z.UC5--, ,u-utc 3rov.-siuc;m. Pistre. u:'v..:
. 1-ulu iu tho Wdft, &, Wh.lj lb. :r .acii
roiiuxlsU-lc buccosS lias "dot ahawa iu
r'4:.-..1r.rhr, yrt Curler's I-ItOo Livar mis
. : -.-x aui riifjuiatu liio t-j wtia. i-v.:a ii they osiiy
,Mj;e-r from tlii'jflLirivti'ugcoiui.laiiit; butfortu
ratify thtiirpto2-bS dteti meuU h.ro,aj J th..";
v .; ciicctry ttcmwiU lind ftioso lit'Jo pills vai'.t -v-.Ljiuiii
poinny xravsUiat tboy will not bo
; .-.c to do wilhbr t ( iiezo But cftcr alisick iicaf
'?thct'.neof FomarTiiv59 thst hrro Is m
v.-o make ov.r preat L-oast. Our pills euro it w
Othva do iot.
Carter's jLittlo Liver TC'ib ai'o very Fmn'.l nn.I
-,-ry est" to iilio. C:iC er two rlils liiskoa d ysa.
Siiry tre r-.rictlr ve;-'etr.l!le a.i.': iu no. -rT3 CI
3 urpf, l-'.itl-.- tlieir rctiv'.-5 a-:tii.n j-Ijasoull tr'uo
usethc--. I:i -v I.la'it -Jjcrnts : 1" f 1. s'H3
L v tZrc '.z1 5''er.YV,iu:rti, or k . .J:t.
KM nil Xif.- '-.icr
:-.iu:y truuitic etc . .-i.-.
it-uitn K0C0. 1. Circia '- '--ptfc
-is nwtry fur Syait: 1.. s
.-.: ion h':
fie niot a-lit-u! azi ctnrae '
1, bllutnll fat! nrir.rs l-- '.hi' l.r.nfl Korcliinr .
tl tilt hi'lli ' n?n. Addrcrs.
f ltd ."tRd i?.-"V'G CO.t Milwaukee Wis.
Zmi Its Li m
id u Lls ii& tizZJ
e-avsS' a a ess
" DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
a book wcrth dollars, sent sealed for 10c.
Reader, snirerins from r.ny or niplauit. i eeuliar to the f. m:i!.- s. ,,, , ..
worth everything to yon. betters ii.r e.-lvice, ntat-ke.l T.snh.iii p. ,' '.,'.' i
6een by our physicijias niy. ZOA-PIIOJiA t ., H. COI.M.YX. s iv '
ivatin and Ventilating Fnplm
Gas and Steam hitlng,
A complete linn oj iJ:pe, Brass Goods, iJackiin:
Fire Brick Etc. i-:irf;e8t and beat qmupt"?
fEtablishment nvst Chicago
DA. Via tii-C;is. xnoline, m. j 1 lli. 1 14 West Sevan' e -:.th H
6a. liakd saw is a cood thing, but not to
IS THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANINC.
iNCourouATLK iMt:i; tiu: -iati: .
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hoi K 1st. AM). Il.i..
Open daily from ;l a. in. t,t 4 P- m.. ami 5atarJ-iy ovotiii; from T t : -.'
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on rer.;cr.a4. c.
lateral or Real Estate security-.
I. L. MITCH ELI , Tros t.
1 L. Mitchcil, F. C. Denkrrnnn. John CruMcch. p'lil Mitohell. II. P. it . ' : -K.
V. Hurst. .1. M. Hnfor.i, John Volk.
Bc--nn business July S, 19J, and o.-onpy the
H. HILL, Gr.
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twenty-third street.
TnE FIKST-CLASS ,
Is now 'luca'ed in his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
(3PLisht shoe a specialty. Opposite t!.e u'.i uld.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fonr:h avenue.
Plans and fjicciflcations furnished on all cia-c o work: also auetit for Winer's l'.:-.r.: :a -:
S''din Bind,something new, s:ji:sa and de-rirablc
Rock Island Brass Found
kUU ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
A!' kinds cf brass, brense and aluminum bronre castinj, all h:tt!es ut. 1 ::.; "
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Mill kd'OfticI! At lMl Ftrpt tx:.i:t . l inr F rry lai cii.p. . - Ki lK
J. MAGEII, Propii-tcr.
Proprieforor of tte Biady street
Ail iCmls of Cnt Flowers consti:t:v on bai:tl.
ne block from Central p irk, the lar 'es t "m
:;;c aad Shop Correr rk-Tetcent) r?t
r.u.i Seventh Avenue,
V "d tinds of carp-nter work asycciaity.
l-ELT'S CHl. A I VI MALI. I- k-.-ii;s- v...t .. , it-pc fu ,
lth horra, Kwtarrii Tasli" sml Sm.-ll. mid "r
71 lMt"' v
M A. A N-VTJ d-r.MS KM' LtV ,W "
vrlninto the Sottrilt.
. lruggiEts or by mail. ELY
development and thus prev.-m i; T'n
Sustain and soother f ..,
Htlil lil-..ti.nt, -'(-
- ' "UI3 l'l "lit I 1I
Cures Vat pital in,,, ,v
UCSft, nervous l.l-.:,ki.i- .!.,i, ,
pt event iii-i insanity .. i r-. i t -, '.
L'ltamie of Lift; ...... , ' ? X.
happy cH age. !:i
4P 8 I
F. C. OKSKM ANN, VUe 1'r.s t. .1. M . 1.1 i , "..;
IU - hst, s, lioitor-.
fontheaft corncrof Mitchell .V Ly; s i w
:jol Brady street. Pave-..
Tians an:j cc'iaiatf i for a!i fc'r. .r C
mi.i I nlt:i:iimntloll, H-;lls
It ia ."ic.y Abf.-rb'd. i
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