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THE AKQUB. TUESDAY JANUARY 21, 189G.
THE ARGUS. rib ktad Diny aa Woskiy at uat Bscond Atraaa, Bock Island, DL Xntsrsd at toe past eStea aa saeond claaa mattn.) J. W. FOTTKB - PtTBLIaHIR. TIRM8 Daily. 10 easts pat weak. Wsskly, $0.00 pat aaaom ; la adrsaea. 91. M. AllcoaamaalcaUanaof a critical at arggmsnta tlr eharactar, political or religions, most bare taal Bams attachsd for publication. Mo such artiste will ba printed ore tetiuoas tlgnaturas. Oomtpoadaaca touched from srarj towaablp la Soak Island coonty. TlESDAT, JARL1RT 21, 1896. The annual meeting of the Illinois Society of Engineer! and Surveyors will be held nest week at (ialesburg. IIexrt Watteksoh's ticket Is Mor rlion for president and Gen. John B. Gordon, of Georgia, for vice presi dent. Ax exchange suggests that in view of the fact that Paderewski is to get 250,000 for 100 concerts, he ought to be able to save enough out of it to get a hair cut. A Missouri farmer ligured it out one rainy day that he bad walked 800 miles in cultivating one acre of corn. He thereupon sold his farm and moved to town, where he walked 600 miles to find a job. Ir the tariff on wool is restored there will be an increased tairIT on clothing. So it becomes a mere mat ter of calculation as to whether there should be no tax on wool or whether there shall be an additional tax of to or more on every man who wears a coat. The duke of Marlborough ex pressed surprise at the wonderful energy of the American people, but it is suggested that he will get more fully acquainted with It when some coll morning Consuelo has to crawl out and make the fire and Marlbor ough has forgotten to lay in dry kindlings the night before. IIeke is somo timely news from the national capital: "The Illinois politicans in Washington are doing a great deal of talking about a com. bination composed of Morrison for president, Stevenson for senator and Altgcld for governor, with lien Cable as manager or the state campaign. Thev ask if a combination like that would not make the republicans of Illinois hustle between now and No vember, especially with John Tanner as the leader of the republican ticket." V. K. Vanderiiilt's divorce from his wifo was accompanied by the condition mat be snouM pav her f-.'OO.OOO a year, of which 150,000 was for the support of tbeir daughter, uonsucio, now uucness ol Man Dor ough. On her marriage the sum for her use was deducted from the amount of her mother's alimony. And now comes Mr. Vanderbilt into court and alleges that as his ex-wife has married Italmont, a millionaire like himself, he should be discharged from the entire annual payments awarded to her In the judgment for divorce. There is a great deal of justice and common sense at the bot tom of the claim for relief. Chicago Chronicle. One of the rising young re pre sen tative democrats of the city is Aid YY. C. Maucker. Sound on all qucs tions of public policy, possessed of aa luunuian ui mat coiei essential to success, common sense, honest and outspoken, quick at repartee. he is one of the most capable aidermen who has ever stood on the floor of the Rock Island council. The way in which last evening he disposed of the obstoncr ous Aid. Nelson, who alwavs has a good deal of talking and braying to do, but in the summing up finds his vote in the minority column, was re freshing. When Aid. Maucker speaks, he has reason, backed by convincing force. Morrtaoa aad Altseld. According to today's Chicago Times-Herald the most Important democratic conference of the year was held in Chicago recently. which both William It. Morrison and Gov. John P. Altreld were repre sented by proxy, while there were ? resent in person: Hon. Ben T. Cable Ion. W. S. Forman, Hon. John P Hopkins, Thomas Gahan, A. A Goodrich, R. E. Spanglcr. W. A. Vincent and John A. Lanehart After due deliberation all interests were In the first place pledged to William K. Morrison as the candi date of the Illinois democracy for president, and in the second plac Gov. Altgeld received the unanimou indorsement as the only candidate a I a . . vr mo Kuoernaioriai nomination. In Missouri, too, the slogrn of the .icuiin.ncT wm oe "vuuiam B. Mor rison for president." Messrs. Fran cis, Maflit, Zevely and other Mis souri democratic nnlltlplm. i s. i ,i a said, have been doing considerable work during the past week, the ob ject vt wmcn is to secure an indorse went of the Illinolsan at the state convention which it to select dele sates. Ex-Gov. Francis holds strong Mor rison views. Nick Bell is also a Morrison man. Senators Vest and itocareii are saia to nave a. aimti.v leaning. The sound moMey and s!l ver elements in me - party, ft ' it stated, have laid aside their differ- ences for the present, to unite in one grand fight for Morrison. In fact, so the story goes, the party is in dulging in a veritable love feast, brought about by a unanimity of Morrison feeling. The Tlma to Adrertlse. If there is such a thing as a good or bad season for advertising, says an exchange, the present is certainly a good one, because the daily paper is read more thoroughly during the long winter evenings than at any other time. Remember, too, that the benelit of advertising is cumula tive only when steadily persisted in. If you want your firm to be the first one thought of when anything in your line is wanted or contem plated, you should not give up your place at the head of the procession. If you do, when you fall in line again you will have lost the cumulative benefit of what you have done and will, in the public mind, occupy a rear position. if your ad Is interesting and con voking you will surely hear from it now and feel its benelit in the fu ture. It would be a good plan to occasionally call attention in vour ad to the signs of increasing pros perity, now everywhere in evidence, but so apt to be underestimated by those who do not keep thoroughly informed. If not overdone it will make your ad as pleasant to look on as a genial smile on your faco when you greet a customer. You would not greet one with an inuiflerent look or in a perfunctory manner, would you. but that's just the way some ads appear. Kemember that vour ad is uncon sciously but surely regarded as a reflection of your 'mental attitude toward the reader. If you with draw from view vou don't" care to be seen. Keep everlastingly at it, re membering always that persistence wins single-handed when other good business qualifications fail for want of persistence. , The Light of the Diamond. An expert in gems has lately called attention to a property in the diamond which lias not hitherto born fully ap preciated. In a paper by Robert Boyle, published iu the transactions of the Roy al sccii-ty, mention is iimdo of a dia mond that became phosphorescent sim ply by the heat of tlm hand, absorbed light by being held near a ramllo ami emitted lifcht on be:nj brlr-kly nibbed. The observations by Mr. Knnz, the gem expert referred to, confirm Boyle's titatemout that diamonds bccoiuo phos phorescent iu the dark after exposure to the sunlight cr electric lignt, bnt tbey also hbow that all diamonds emit light by being rubbed ou wood, cloth or wi'taL This property is nn important one, as it will enabio the nonexpert to distin guish between the Iruo diamond tuid other hard stones as well as paste, none cf which exhibits this phenomenon. This property is evidently not electric, as is clearly shown by its bcirg visible when the gem is rubbed on metal. Blackie's Way. It is 6aid that the Into Professor Blackie bad a quaint, ceremonious little way of expressing bis rcverenco for the Wizard cf tho North. Whenever, through his long life, ho pasted Walter Scott's houso iu Edinburgh, lie would stand still, and, leasing on his stick, remain for a moment iu silent meditation. Strangers were often puzzled when they saw tho venerablo figuro of Professor Blackie, standing motionless in Castlo street, his plaid blown by tho wind, and bis face wearing a look of dreamy ub stractiou. Another out of door noto on Blackio is this amusing one : Culling on a lady, ho said abruptly: "When I walk along Princes' street, I go with a kingly air, my head erect, my chest expanded. my hair flowing, my plaid flying, my stick swinging. Do you know what makes mo do that? Well, I'll tell you Just conceit: ' The Ideal Panacea. James L. Francis, alderman. Chi cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an ideal panacea for coughs, colds and lung com plaints, having used it in my family for the last nve years, to the exclu sion of physician's prescriptions or other preparations." Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a minister of the Methodist Kpiscopal church for 60 years or more, and have never found anything so beneficial, or that gave me such speedy relief as Dr. King's New Discovery." Try this ideal cough remedy now. Trial bot tles free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store. Had ta Stay Home. Husband I thought you were going to the meeting of the Society to Res rue Chinese Women From the Cruelty of Foot Bandaging. Wife I couldn't get my dieS cn. "Why not?" "The cook was out, and there was no one in the house strong enough to lace my corsets. "Sew York Weekly. Aaother Good Mao Gone Wrong. He failed to use the Clinic Kidney Cure for his kidney complaint. $1. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug tore. Fllee! Pile I pucal Dr, Williams' Indian Pile Ointment win tare Mind bleeding, nleerated and Itching piles. It abeorba the tumors, allays the itching at once, acts as a pooJtlce, gives Instant relief. Dr. Wil liams' Indian PUa Ointment is prepared only for piles aad ttchmf of the private parts, and nothing eme. XnrJ box is guaranteed. Bold by drug gists, seat by Ball, for 50 eeata aad SI par box. Williams Haaafactulag company. Proprietors, Cleveland, Onto. Sol by T. H. Thomas. t. -i Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. CANAL COAL CRAFT. Barges for the Uennepln Bring Con. structed nt Davenpart. Capt. Uebner has a crew of men at work on the levee in Davenport constructing three barges to be used in conveying coal on the Hennepin canal from Illinois coal fields to Davenport. The barges are de scribed bv the Democrat as of the flat bottomed class, and with large carrying capacity.- They will be SO eet in length by li feet in width. and with a depth of four feet. They will be built up at the sides and ends so that they can be loaded to their full capacity without danger of part of the load going into the river or canal if the barge gets a heavy jolt. The capacity will ba over one hun dred tons each, and tbey can ba loaded even more heavily with safety when the stage of water will permit. They are built of pine with sides and bottom cf planking three inches in thickness, and put together in a very substantial manner. The captain has not vet secured the steamboat which he wants for the trade,' but he has heard of sev. eral which are for sale. The Moline bridge is one of tho most annoying obstacles with which he has to con tend. In high water there 19 only seven feet of clear space between the bridge and the water, and even when the water is low there is only 11 feet of clear space, so it will be seen that there is considerable difficulty in getting a steamer which will handle the business both above the bridge and also in the deeper water of the river, where the wind and the cur rent bailie any but the more power ful steamers when they have a load. Two steamers will doubtless be re quired for a time of this account. A Uale and Happy Old Age May be insured to ladies by using Zoa-Phora at the critical period of change of life, bold by 1. H. Thomas and Marshall & Fisher. Qlail Tiding! to Asthma SafTerers. Lawson Elvidge, of Barrington, 111., states he was cured of chronic asthma of long standing bv Foley's Honey and Tar. It gives positive re lief in all cases of asthma, so that this disease, when not completely cured, is robbed of a'-l its terrors by this great remedv. No sufferer should be without it. 50 jjents. Take no substitute. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. The worst cases of rheumatism can beeured by Kidneykura. We guar antee it. KEAI "AN AKIIST IX CRIME." far mr Sa -Z"" of tho Globe for vRHEUf.lATIST.1. H .a,,.. . K-U-ii-UiA and Similar CompialntB. GERKAH eiEDiSAL LAWS naaaMi haH Ml aminaiit w!hmIaIib ' nx. RiniiTrR'sc ti i sans a ANCHOR" PAH1 EXPELLER. World miAwnarlt PavnqvVwVilv cmrwwvi,l S-n! irPinewif h Trde Mark "Anchor," -31 HIGHEST AWARDS. 12 Branch firosos, - Own Glassworks. Kc and 50c. For ssle by Horet Vor Koeckritz. C. S(iccL Harper how barmacy. Beck Inland, ill. A Lady Attorney. Her career threatened by an iusidioiiH foe. How it was vanished. Mrs. Alice Koon, was thr first lady attor ney in Hutchinson. All admire the enercv ami cleverness thnt have pivin her promin ence. Few know how ncnrlv her career was ended Iit troubles peculiar to her sex, which named ner pnysinans. Here is a portion of BWMiuwt. " ucn a nepan trie use of lid Olive and Myrtle Tonic. I hnd tieen severely afflicted a year and confined to my bed three weeks. Had se vere puins and no rest lor some time. The first applica tion cave me re freshing sleep and in two weeks I was at work, feel ing stronger than 1 had in three years." MRS. ALICE KOON, Hutchinson, Knn. Ph,niriiinliirpi.!, fail to cure the irrcjmlarities, 'displacements, and diseases that aao the vitalitv of womtn. 1-ailies shrink too. from the cxjiosure of treat ment, and often suncr in silence rather than snbmit to it. These remedies arc a solution of the problem. Wild Olive is a local treat ment. Myrtle Tonic, a constitutional remedy. Wi;.h the'm ladies can positively cure them selves at home, l'rke Sl.each. Samples and a booklet free. V1CTOK MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. South Bend, lnd. Mrs. M. J. Sargent, Agent, 112 Thirty-seventh St., Twelfth sve. Bock bland BlIBJJUS. Real Estate Insurance. Buy, Sell and Manage property. Gollect Rents. The old fire and time tried companys repre sented. Rates as low as any reliable company can afford. Tour Patronage is Solicited. . Office 1820, Second At. IA BaMaV V V (YVOflAN'S FRIEND.) is the BEST REMEDY for GIRL, WIFE, MOTHER, Sold by T. H. Thomas and Mar shall & Fisher, druggist. Arnusements. H arper's TDeatre, Cms. Blecir, Manager. TONIGHT THE FLINTS Hypnotises and Fun Makers. CLOSING SATURDAY, JAN. 25 Prices Gallery 15c, Bulcony S5;, Lower floor Burtis Opera House, DAVENPORT Tuesday Jan. 21. First GrenJ Prodic:ljn of STRILBYS With A M PALJIEU'S nnr valeil com pany nr.dir the matasco-f nt of VV A BRADY. The Oriir nal Company. 1 he p'ay is better than the baok. Posi tively ti e cn y p; i aracce in tie tri cities. Scat pale at Fluke Sa1n:day inoinirs Prices -Lower Hoor SI. Dakoi y T5c ana 50c uuitery JC, rox ccats $1 LU C , R. I. P. train to Moiine ami Fo k Is' and after ln rerformai.ee. A l-o street cars fioiu de pot in kock Island both ways Btis Opera Kcuse, DAVENPORT. Thursday, Jan. 23. D. W. TRUSS & CO. PRESENT 5a A FAMOI'S CAST OF 55 In a Superb Production of 'WANG' The Greatest cf all Comic Cpnas Scat sale Tuesday morn'n?. Telephone Ko SO. Prices Lower Floor -1. Balcony 75s and COc, Gallery -'5c, Box Seats $1 0. C, R. I P. train after performarce for Kock Island and Moline; street cars both ways from Rock bland depot. THE PROPER THING In men's attire is always obtain able from the Paris, London and NewTork fashion plates and it's very certain Ton won't be shown these in a ready -made clothing store. Go to the best merchant tailor in town and with his judg ment and skill applied to the prevailing fashions yon will get what will please jou and your friends. HOPPE The Tailor. INJECTION JLCi THE1T04DJ rartTflj nsvrttor V GaMtaVaV VML lalaMafcfava RasapaKSah ayiihaajBi aaasjajaj m btti r . I auaikw J slJUSX BIST, auseawS, tfo. Want Column. WANTED A COMPETKXT GIRL AT SJ0 Fort)-th!ri Hreet. F OR SALE A FIRST-CtASS ORGAN AT cheap rates. Apply 918 Third avenue. I ETTERS AT THE " ARGfJS OFFICII FOR I' F. M. A - wh3 used Ihe vini .Hum. two seeks aso. FOR RKST-NR5B RIOM HOUSE, T Fif teenth treet. Aui'ly to Mrs. J. W. J ours. tteconU avenue. FOt FENT-VtOE FLAT OF THREE BOOMS in Industrial IIm. Steam heat and eaa stove. Apply to T. II. Th-una. WANTED -TO RIXT IN SOCriT ROf K antl a hone an1 one to fl v tfm of rrrounil- Addreea hex, care of Tits Akmcs. COR RENT TWO HOUSES I GOOD OR- a tier, cn Tliird avmiie. at S8 and SlO uer u.uu,u. Apuijr i. i.iu i ntru avenne. WANTED Y A YOUNG MAN PLACE TO work whilr attendinc col'e. Address 1 S to care of Aueuglana eollese. citv. TXTANTED WOEK OIT nELIVERIl OR liirlit hnl rir. O.n fnp,.ih hn..- arees . nonon, tui orty-Oret street, city. 'OR RtNT-89 ACSES O? LAND, WITH Inquire of Aden schnntl, istCS First avrnae. WASTPO TD RENT GOOD tvjTTAflB " wtin two mites of the iit-m mtih ivi w tuitft'juv. u. r. a., aauusotice WANTED-ENGAGEMENT8 BT A CKRT1 fied pioftsional nnrse, late of yanohester. Rrand. T. rms vt-rv miw,nB!)b. Ai.nl. ir.ta Fourth avenue. Jn. VEYER nAt OPENED A FINSSKAT- ln riuk at Fourth and Green s'-ret.t.-,. n.,vn port. Alt modem accomniodations. Electric tifrht. Se. On, fir th nnKIt,- r ! hn.u .1..- and night. CARRY B. IHVIN. DEALER IS NEW AND secona-afna eoods, Mo cooils handled on commi'ion. i:i.n pam for all taleshte fumi- tnre Her ire bnvtnir give me a call 1511 Second avenue, noca island. WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH SECOND band soods of every description. Mon?y to loan on chattels and all articles of value. Goods stored ard sold on commission. Leave yonr or- u m iwi sccudu sveune.-, .ioiies. 117 ANTED A RELIABLE LADY OR ORTC. " tlctntn to dis r hute snmnles and make touse-to-honse rsnvass for our vegetable toilet soaps $10 to fTS nntonthesstl.vm.de. Address iTotts k itcej, sis to esu Austin avenue, Chi cago, 111. riT ANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR a month salary or larttd crimtni8-liin Uillln. .l.nln nu.l-K it . J , . . ... . u.iu. i, r-..' nillf UB. UOUeilO!U opeciany com;uny, vt . irourtu street. Cincin nati. Ohio. I17ANTEP AGENTS TO SELL OUR CHOICE iiiiibci, BiwH iim seeus. irutt trees, roses shnbs. ornanientHls. tr. Apf'y at once and se cure the territory. Iilltatrated hook free. Ad tress with r fcrct,ec. F. K. Kay Company Rochester, N. Y. WANTED HOUl'EKKEl'ER TO KNOW " that Crys'al marble enameled preeervinir kettle also Acme crkc bea'er and Red star stiver polish, is sold by atrrnts permn)-nt!v lorated at oio i cnty-iourtn street. An N-qunrt kettle in cludit.g s.raiotr, patent cover, price 51.50. titanted rnor.Ans to learn the " 1-rem-n Ken leu rvstem at 1HU Second ave nue. Tie comp pte system emtimr the mndei, complete instrucions in cutting, fittintr. French basting and I'Oi.iiiL' foronly $1(1. Usual price for eyau.ni complete, f.s. y. ra. X. it. Lawson. cnnnTo any man or womah wk IPXUCF crnrot teaph 1o draw a crayon por trait by our patent method in three letgnns. We pav onrpnptla SKI to SLH ner week to wort ir,. us at home, evenlnars t-r sj-aie time. Send for sort and pirticular. Hermnnn Seymour, !!13 souiii eixiu strcei, i uu&oejpnia, l a. (GENTS wantedtmale and femalf. airu jo e. ci" " per aay easily made,-cilim; our Oui'i-n Plating Oiitats. mil ri,.. init (.'old. silver, nicsel, ropin r and brass plating t-,. .aitauu-u vi wear irum me 10 m years on every class of metal, taiilewear. jewelry, etc. Light and eas.iy hmdlrd, ni ex)ierieiire reijuin d toonirate th.-m. c-in be carried hv hsnii with esse from hoise to bone. snnie as s Etlp ssck or satchel. Aircuts are niakine nioacy rapidlv. They sell to almost every bu-iue-s houw, family and work-shop. ;iiea;, du a' le, simple sn-1 with'n the reach of cerone. Ptate almost in stantly, equal to ihe Ei.cst new work, tn-nd for rircnlars, etc. (jueen -!tv fciivcr and Nickel naurs to , cast l.ouis. I a. MADAM DfcU-ILLA. THE SPANISH MIND render ar.d fortuue teller, ttte oi ly 8pnih mm i rerunr iwni eer vieitea ID'S C'TV ; teventU dau liter of the third cetieiatlon. Madam iirn- S'la ris been gifted by (-od with a won 'ei fill tnt ot nsiure to -vest the mrsten cf yoor fu ture, the Mia the past, p e ent aud future by me iisifei .ffiu sie iiurn nnacr; aso ins names of yoir friends aid enemies, and of yourfuture cotnpanir ns; slso hat bnines. voa a-e adanted to. St'CCntell jou wlure to And snytl.i' c ir.st or stolen She can tell jou ab.-ut abH'nt friend., whether l;ving or diad. she can tell whether companions are fale or true; a so what ptrt of the c nntrv is luraieft fr j. Thcroueh satis fictioo given. No. toil Fourth avenue. Rock ltnanu. iiouri irom x to iu p. m. The Greatest OF YOUR LIFE TO GET A FUR CAPE. ALL FUR GOODS AT Half Price. -AT- oppopnn BENNETT'S GLOVE AND FUR STOlE. 1605 Second Av. -Orders Promptly Attended to. Glove Made To OrderlM LOYERS OF GOOD BOOKS Will find something suited to their wants in our superb collec tion of new and standard publications. This season the old favorites are in attractive now dress, beautifully printed and illustrated, and cannot fail to make acceptable presents. Dr. Jliller's Year Book. Golden Words For Daily Counsel. Daily Strength. Address hy II. Drumond. Spirit of Love, by Frederick D. Maurice. There Go the Ships, by C. H. Spurgeon. Selected Teems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Building of Character, bv by Kev. J. K. Miller. Silent Times, by Rev. J.H. Miller. Helen Jackson's Poems. Out of the Heart. Poems for lovers young and old. The above books are bound in dainty conceptions of Ivorina and white and gold, hand painted; also in llexible Morocco. New Books. Sorrows of Satan, by Maria Corelli. About Paris, by Kichard II. Davis. As Others Saw Hiiu A Kotroa poct. Speeches of Abraham Lincoln, by Chittenden. Tho Day of Auld Lang Syne A continuation of Bvsiiie the Bonnie Briar Bush. A Daughter of the King, bv Graut Allen. Tho Comedy of Sentiment, by DMax Nordan. Works of Eugene Field, Whitcomb Kiley. The above is only a partial list; there are others too numerous to mention. Call early and have your choice of these beauti ful editions. R. CRAMPTON & CO. 1723 SECOND AVENUE. EVERYTHING Wallace's Pianos with Harp, Mandolin and Zither Attachment. Pianos with Music Drawers. Pianos with Electro-Gold Wires. Washburn Guitars, Mandolin's, Etc. Music Books a large stock of 50c folios just received. Sheet Music largest stock in the state. All Musical Goods. Call and Sfe the New Mandolin Pianos. 11; West Second Street, - Davenport. DAVIS COMPANY OEATIKQ AMD VKsTTlLATIKQ KKGIREEBS. If i: ::;: BEIVERS & mil; faille 9 m R Ki laU 1 CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. All kinds of carpeata work done Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street ALL OF OUR CLOAKS AND FUR CAPES, NEW AND NOBBV, AT PRICES TO CREATE A SENSATION. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST VALUES EVER OFFERED THE PEOPLE OF THE TKI-CITIES. Note How we Slasl. Tliem. I 6 00 Jackets Reduced to 3 75 7 60 .. ,4 60 9 00 .. .. 6 00 10 50 .. 7 60 14 00 ... .. 900 18 00 - 120O TRIMMED HATS AT HALF PRICE. Tam O'Shanters, juat the thing for skating 2c 60c, and 75o BEE m HIVE UP TO DATE AT Music Store You Want a Warm House, Warm all over, Warm all the time. Not too hot in mild weather, Use the Capitol Hot Water Or Hecla Steam Heater. Thirty Capitol Heaters in use in Rock Island. Offices in ROCK ISLAND and MOLINE ANDERSON Oeiwraj JoMrtag dons on abort aoUe aad satisfaction goarantaaa - . BOCK ISLAND STYLISH CLOAKS AT A- SACRIFICE. I 12 50 Fur Capes Reduced to 6 95 15 00 " " 10 00 20 00 M 12 (y 25 00 16 00 20 00 Plush Cloaks 1100 25 00 " 15 00 ML.TPCLV Mrv vO 114 West Second street DAVENPORT.