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MAY BODE ILL FOR FRANCE.
THE AHGUS. SiTUBDAT. NOVEMBER 24, 100.
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
resents j'n tie most acceptaletnn
the turatire prncjpfes of plants
inoH'n to net most Leicficjaly:
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
BUY THE GENUINE MANFD. BY
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
lOL'lwVILLE KY. NEW YORK. N.Y
Frr Ijr r ty druffiifs price 50? per hoTTe,
l.'liurirs lllcuer. Sole Lcsscs and Mtfr.
Sunday, Nov 25.
ManafactureU at a Profit or SO Ter Cent
" by a Colorado Man.
Victor, Colo., Nov. '24. Joseph Lus
her, who recently made an issued It)
silver souvfnirs which he called "ref
erendum dollars," says he has assur
ances from the United States district
attorney that his coinage scheme Js not
illegal, and he has ordered a new die,
from which 10.o0 souvenirs will be
struck off immediately.
The silver will cost him $0,500 and
the making 1..V)0. lie will sell the
coins for YZ,) and redeem them on
demand for the same amount. The
new coins will bear the name of A. B.
Bumstead, a Victor jrroceryman, who
asrees to redeem them in merchandise
LATEST FREAK ELECTION BET
Loitr Here Had Rig Odd. Probably, bat
Wants to Hark Out.
Lima. O.. Nov. 24. William Bljrelow
yesterd.iy caused the arrest of his
svM't heart, .Miss Z.lla Mullahan. on
th charjre of ;o kelii-kin?. KigHow
wagered his watch against Mis.-. Mui
la hau's hand in marriage that Bryan
would le el-cttl. and tli watch was
plao-d in tin hands of the gill's moth
er as stakeholder.
After tlie election IKi'ow demanded
the return of the watch, but the girl
refused to surrender it.
IlKKKS ONE YiCVi: NKVKl SI'ENV
"A BRASS M ON KEY'
As Rmw'- A perfect comedy exst.
i'lever coniediun. prettv trirl-.. new
nnifcle. H'Tt tt funniest effort.
I'nees. "jsc. f'e and T.c Sale of
seats iit ltlouers icwelry store.
WpoThk Dib&ct,on Or Chamsuujm .Kindt JlC
Sunday, Nov. 25.
KOSSK MKLVII.I.f. IN
The l'o-itoral Coniec'y H!t.
l'ru-ps i'.ij, :ii; and Siuia !
You pay to cent
for C igars not aogoodaA
I.udolph A Reynolds, Attorneys.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, I
In me circuit court, la chancery, Partition
(Irorul No. 4-O.t.
Andrew Wollt-nhaupt vs. Ceorje K Wol'.en
hupt. Mirv WoJenllaup!. Anna Wo&lschle
irel I'wberno K.iblraan nod William Kuno.
Notice is hereby irivea tbai by Tirtue ot
decree of sid court, entered in the above en
t.tled cj-e. n the Kirsi day of November.
A l. l.0. I on S:tunl.v. the rlnst
d:v of Le-err.ber. A. IV at the hourof two
i i-ltx-k in the atTemiMn. at the Kst door ot
the t'otirt Hou-e. in the e:ty of R c K Island. In
Rid fount y of Ui-U Island. directed by said
decree, sell at public nuei ion to t he hichest and
r.csi hulder thin eert.iin Parcel of land. s;tnute
in the County of K-k Island ;nd siate of 1111
nm. known an i oescp'-ed as follows. tvw.t:
The Kst T. .nv-c'.irht 3 feet of Lot Four
tiiinlUocK Twenty -') of the old Town of
Koek Island, in the City of KocU Island. Coun
tr of KocT Island :srd Stle of lii'noi.
"Terms of Sa c: (he third of the purchase
rricc of said property shall be paid in cafn
oue third on cr before nine months lroa the
d..:eofsaie and oce-t:ird on or before eitht
een ra.onths (rom iheda;e of sale, provided
however, that the party purchasing at uot
a e mit. if !c soeleeis p:y the entire amount
:n ca.sii. deferred pavruects. it any. to bear ln
it rest at the ra:e of six ") per cent per an
' lated at Rock Island, niiaols, this Ttlrd day
of November, A. 1 r.sXl
F.I.W1N K. Parmiktir,
Matcr tn Chancery. Kock Island County. Ill
Lri'i.rH &. Kti'U.
New Move In a Saloon lVar.
Simix 'ity. Ia.. Nov. 24. Sioux
City's saloon war lias taken a sensa
tional turn. O. C. Trod ay and Eugene
I.uetz. attorneys, servi-d notice upon
the eounty of Woodbury and Sioux
"ity that they would briu proceedings
to secure an injunction to restrain
them fmm i-ollec tiusi any licnse from
any saloon which is he ins tiperaied mi
lawfully. The movement has created
a sensation amont: saloon men.
Ciot Less Than Ilia line.
Marshalltmvii. la.. Nov. 111. After
twelve hours deliberation the J 'ray
jury airrced. tindins -Fo- iivny jrtiilty
of manslaughter in the killing of .lo
m p)i Williams. Williams was a most
respected ncirro in ibis city, and sev
eral weeks' a s.. while on his way
homo. rebuUeil a crowd of tramps fur
ii'terferins with four litilo cirls. The
tratiips were iruuk and Williams was
shot three times.
Ituru-lara Have I'oor I.url:.
Partr.ird. Wis.. Nov. 1M. Burplars
entereil the store of .1. K. Brooks anil
jewelry and other soods to the amount,
of .4' were taken. Only or in
chanse was secured from the money
drawer. which they demolished, to
Sfther with an iron safe. Two suspi-eiidis-Iookins
men wore seen in town
Thursday and the sheriff is out in
search of them.
No Change in Itrynn's Views.
Mexico. Mo.. Nov. 21. In .1 letter
received here yesterday from Will
iam. I. Bryan, he says: Slill Ix lievins
iti the principles set forth in the Chi
caso p!ar fi.i in. I sli ill continue to de
fend litem. Im Hcviiis the American peo
ple will ve! see the necessity for tho
l i pisil ia t ion of "CepuMieanism."
Queen Catherine obtainil pins from
I'raiice, and. in l.i4:;. an act was .pass
ed: "That no iH-rson shall put to sale
any pinnes but only stich ns shall be
double headed and have the beads sold
ered fast to the shank of the pin nes,
well smoothed, the shank well shapon,
the points well round tiled, cauted and
At this time most pins were made of
brass, but many were also inado of
iron, with a brass surface. France sent
n la rse number of pins to England
until iiNmt the year 1'2!.
In this year one John Tilsby 6tarted
piiimakins in (Gloucestershire. So suc
cessful was his venture that be soon
had l.noo persons working. These pins
made at Stroud were held in high re
pute. In lfCG pinmakcrs combined and
founded a corporation. The industry
was carried on at Bristol and Birming
ham, the latter iM-coming the chief
center. In 1775 prizes were offered for
the tirst native made pins and needles
in Carolina, and during the war in 1S1
pins fetched enormous prices.
Bins vary from 3'j inches in length
to the small gilt entomologists' pin;
4."'o weighing about an ounce. Good
Fotatoes as a food vary in value ac
cording to the way they are cooked.
Boasted they are in the best form for
eating, l'casants eat potatoes together
with milk and are correct in principle,
as the milk furnishes the elements
lacking In the tubers.
IIogan-Io you believe in dreams.
IMigan Faith, an I dot I.at night I
dhrcained I was awake, an in the
moruin me dhream kem thrue.
One of the most danger
ous and repulsive
forms of Kidney
Tills are the only
certain cure. In Dropsy
the Kidneys are actually
dammed up, and the water,
which should be expelled in the
form of urine. Cows back and
lodges in the cells of the flesh
and puffs out the skin. Remove
the filth which plugs cp tis
drain. Restore the Kidneys to
health. There is only one Kidney
Betrothal of a Bonaparte to a Russian
St. Petersburg, Nov. 24. The be
trothal ef Prince Louis Napoleon Bona-
1 parte to Grand Duchess llelen, daugh
i ter of the Grand Duke Vladimir, is of
1 ficially announced. It cannot fail to
strengthen the Bonapartist cause in
1 France and correspondingly weaken
. the republican government.
I Prince Louis, who has been serving
for-the last fifteen years in the Kus-
FEIKCE IOCI3 XAPOI.EOX.
ei.m army, is a general of cavalry, at
the head of the crack regiment of the
czarina's Lancers of the guard. He
has all along ljerii treated at the court
as a member of the Uussian imperial
family circle, and enjoys iu a par
ticular degree the friendship of the
WHAT IS INDEPENDENCE?
Oueitlon That Is Taken Two Views of by
the Cuban Patriots.
Havana, Nov. 21. The question
whether the future relations of Cuba
and the Fnited .States are to lie con
sidered simultaneously with the draw
ing' up of tiie constitution led to a
spirited argument between Senor
Gualbcrto iioliic. and General Sau
guilly at yesterday's session of the
Cuban constitutional convent ion.
Senor Gomez said: "The relat ons
must depend upon the cnu-titutiot),
and not the constitution on the rela
tions. It was not the inten
tion of the United States to have the
constitution of Cuba depend on the
illations, and I would refuse to act
further in the convention if any other
view should prevail."
General Satignilly sp;d: "Our fut
ure relations will be ni important
factor in the development of Cuba,
ami the convention sit. mid first settle
what those relations are to be. I am
a patriot and ready for anything."
Senor Gomez ptexnted a motion,
which was carried, and which says:
"When the convention has In en def
initely constituted, a period of thirty
days shall be allowed during which
delegates may present proposals as
the basis of a constitution, or an entire
draft of a constitution." Then pro
vision is made for printing the differ
ent projects and their study by the
delegates, and finally the passage of
the final project through a system of
Wan tin Wail of $100,000.
Lincoln, Ills., Nov. 24. .Tolm F.
M irmly, a real estate broker, has in
stituted proceedings in the circuit
court for $10fl,OiM damages against
Judge Stephen A. Foley, president of
the Lincoln National bank, and Frank
Iloblin, cashier of the First National
bank. The parties in the suit are
prominent citizens of this city. The
litigation is the outcome of invest
ments which the parties made in min
ing property near Denver, Colo.
Heiress to Millions Horn.
New York. Nov. 24. Mr. and Mrs.
William K. Vanderbilf. Jr.. are re
joieins over the birth last night of a
girl who will become the heiress to
the Vanderbilt millions. Mrs. William
K. Vanderbilt. Jr.. nee Fair, is at the
Vanderbilt residence 7 Fifth avenue,
and according to all accounts mother
and child are well.
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
The German National bank, at New
port". Ky.. which Brown looted, may
Grave concern is "occasioned' In Ro
man Catholic circles by reports that the
pope is seriously ill. He is over Ml.
Several hundred inmates if the Man
chester (Knglandi workhouse are suf
f ring from arsenical poisoning.
Dr. Kobert Acton, of New York, for
merly a well-known Harvard foot bull
player, died from an overdose of mor
phine. Two companies of the Twenty-fifth
infantry captured thirty insurgent Fili
pinos, witli arms and supplies.
Farmers around I-aSalle. Mich.,
reaped a harvest out of iieans. this
fall, about :u:.kh bushels being shipped
to eastern markets by two firms.
The tirst deer which ha.vebeen found
in Mason county. Mich., in two years
were killed last week.
A. I.. Ftt. of I'latteville, Vi.. ha
resigned the osition of Fnited States
internal revenue agent.
There is no place n the National
Guard of Wisconsin for the new Ka
A tornado played havoc in Dela
ware and Knox counties. O.. destroy
ing about .?20.imio in farm proerty.
Secretary Gage will himself decide
the question whether Dowie's lacv
makers shall go or stay.
It is said now that Aguinaldo
is alive, but suffering from a wound
in his stomach.
Bout ell of Illinois wants a big reduc
tion is the l.ij on beer.
AfUT two solid hours of moonlight
and uniuterruption she thought she
had him. "T admit that you are the
'"Yes. go on." sb whispered.
"But the doctor has forbidden me
sweets." he added.
And the seusitive moon retired be
hind a cloud. Philadelphia "Record.
An astronomer declares that Jupiter
is iu tLe state that our earth was 31.
n'XM' years ago. Those who can re
memlier back 34.00O.O0O years will un-
Are in the use of from four to six tiblespoonsful daily of
WARNER'S SAFE CURE.
Tens of thousands of victims from Kidney and Liver Troubles have
been cured when all other means have failed.
Bright's Disease, the curse of mankind, has been mastered and its
terrors banished forever.
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It makes the vital organs sound and well by enabling the.m to purify the blood of its poisonous deposits;
it tones up the whole system and speedily cures Dyspepsia, General Debility, Nervous Prostration, Female Com
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P. 3 tS3 niia .i J i tYs p .j'r wr.tia? for a stmp'.e.
Bright's Disease Cured.
OXFORD HOTEL, OMAHA, NEB., Feb. 1, 1900.
Thanks seem so little when compared to service rendered,
and after the wonderful restoration to health I now enjoy through
the use of Warner's Safe Cure. I want to more than thank you,
hence I gladly gire my testimonial. For several years I suffered
with Bright's disease which no doctor seemed able to cure, the
medicine I took gave onJy temporary relief, until I put everything
else away and used Warner's Safe Cure faithfully for four months,
when I felt better than I had ever done before. This is over
eight rnnths ago and I am entirely well now."
JOHN E. WRIGHTER.
Treasurer Sons of Temperance.
Two i'llienneii JProbably I.ot.
Duluth. Nov. 2f. It. L. Francis,
aged .". and V )k Irwin, aged 21. fish
ermen emplo y the A. Booth Co.,
h.'ve been mis g for the past three
weeks and are supposed to have been
lost in the lake off Isle Bovale. The
steamer Dixon is at Isle I'oyale search
ing for Ihe men. but it Is believed they
Illinois I"res Association.
Springfield. His.. Nov. 24. The ex
ecutive committee of the lllirois
Press assosiation met here yesterday
and selected Jan. ." to Feb. 1 as the
time, and Lexington hotel. Chicago,
ns the place for holding the 11M1 meet
ing of the association.
Suspicions of the Water Supply.
Menasha. W is.. Nov. 24. The epi
demics of typhoid fever and d'ph
theria of late gave rise to the idea that,
the drinking water is at least par
tially to blame for the diseases, and
an examination proves this to be tho
Chicago Grain an t, lro-lir.
Chicago. Nov. 22.
Following were the quotations on tho
Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
November ...J .708 $ ."0i $ ."O-'is $ .""0i
December ... .707 .10 .TO1 .70H
January 71 .71T .70;8 .71
S" . . . . . I . , J ... lit'
trot ij: i .io ,io ,i, .H'j
November ... .21 .21 .2114 .212
December ... .21 -21 .21, .21?
May 114 1 .24 .24 .24
November ...10.75 11.00 10.75 11.00
January 11.70 12.00 11.70 12.00
May 11.70 11.90 11.70 11.90
November ... 7.15 7.25 7.12' 1.25
December ... 6!5 7.0?'i B.S5 7.05
January 6.82 6.90 6.S0 6.90
January 6.27M. 6.35 6.27Vi 6.C5
May 6.00 6.35 6.30 6.35
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
25c per lb: extra dairy, 19"?t!lc: packing-stock.
12"5il3c. KsRs Kresh stock.
22023c per dozen. Live Poultry
Young turkeys, 89"c per lb: chickens,
hens. 657c; ducks, 8ff8l.?c; gee.oe,
t5.00S'7.00 per dozen. Potatoes Fair to
choice, 35Si'45c per bu. Apples Jl. 50(g)
4.00 per brl. Cranberries Cape Cod,
J6.50&7.00 per brl; bell and bugle, $7.50.
Chicago Live Stork.
Chicago, Nov. 23.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
C6.000; sales ranged at $4.00(54.70 for
pigs, .$4.604.90 for light. $4.u5$x'4.6TVs
for rough packing. $4.604.95 for mixed,
and $4.70ffi4.90 for eavy racking and
shipping lots, with the bulk of the sales
at $4.75 4.85.
Cattle Estimated recc-iptf for the
day. 4,500: quotations ranged at $5.55
05 5.90 choice to extra steers. $5.45f5.6fl
good to common to medium do.. $4.35(i
4.60 butchers steers. $4.h0(fi 5.65 fed west
ern steers. $2.5014.60 stockers and feed
ers. $1.75&4.25 cows, $2.75 4.70 heifers.
$2.50(5 4.25 bulls and oen, $4.004.60
stags. $3.20(54.00 Texas steers. $3.75
4.80 grass westerns, and $4. SO 6.00 veai
Sheep and Larr.bs Estimated receipts
for the day. D.000: quotations ranged at
$3.25$a4.30 westerns, $2.504.35 natives,
$4.255.30 western lambs, and $4.00
5.43 native lambs.
Milwaukee. Nov. 23.
Wheat No. 1 northern. 73(9 76c; No."
2 northern. 71"4 73,,c. Rye Firmer;
No. 1. 4'g432C. Barley Steady: No. 2
501060c: sample. 4557c Oats Steady;
No. 2 white, 254c
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
rjHIOAQO, ROCK ISLAND A
v Paclflo Railway Ticket
can be purchased or baggage
checked at R. I. A P. Twentieth
street depot, or C, R. I. & P.
detiot. corner Fifth avenue and
rhlrty-flrst street.. Frank H Plummer, Agent
leaver Limited &Omaaa..
ft. Worth, Denver &K. C.
5m ah a and Des Moines....
")ttiaha A Lincoln Ex
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha
' 1 1 Mninp. ITvn,aea
tiook Island A Bureau Ac. .it 4:30 pm
3 1. Paul & Minneapolis..... j 3:03 am
Denver, Ft. Worth & K C.I S:00 am
.'Kansas City. St Joe &Dnvr 11:10 pm
:Roek Island A Washington ;1 1:50 pm
3hicago A Des Moines. .. !t 2:15 pm
Rock Island & Brooklyn Ac 5:35 pm
tOmaha 4. Rock Island...- 0:35 pm
tChlcago, & Davenport I
it 3:10 am
t 5:05 am
!t 5:50 am
.. t 8:00 am
. i 7:55 am
. 111:55 pm
. il2:15 m
i 3:00 am
t tf.io am
t 8:5 J an.
3:05 amt 9:05 pm
t 6:S0 am
t 3:f5 pm
t 30 pm
r 7:40 am
t 7:00 pm
Arrival. tDeparture. JDaUy, except Sun
Dally except Saturday. Ail others dally. Tel
"ROCK ISLAND & PEORIA
Hallway Depot First ave
nue ind Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger A pent. Passenger trains
leave C, R. I. A P. (Mo
line avenue) depot live f)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
Bpr'gBeld, Cincinnati, Peo
Peoria, Springfield, St. L.
Peoria, Springfield, Cincin
Cable & Sherrard Accoro..
Cable A Sherrard Aocom. .
Cable A Sherrard Accom..
Trains marked dally; all other trains dally
tTJHICAGO. MILWAUKEE &
Dint .... n .....
iZrrmjrrTVT clne & Southwestern Division
ImlLWA UXU.I Depot Twentlerb street.
f'STptui I between First and Second
Mall and Express... .
3. Paul Express.. ...
freight and accom . .
All trains daily except Sunday.
T)AVENPORT, ROCK ISL
"and A Northwestern rail
way ("The Trl-City Route.")
Passenger station at Kock
Island A Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. F. Ber
ry, G. P. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, 14
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
Corn New, 3s40c
Hay Timothy, (11; prairie, $9-Straw-tAOO.
Coal -13 00 per ton.
Butter Choice to fair, JOc; fresh creamery,
Hens 6e per pound.
Spring chickens. K-,e per pound.
Cattle Butchers pay for oora fed steers.
4Vicc&'te; cows and heifers 3c 4c; calves, 4e
4. i(. &i. 75.
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Cnildren.
Tti Kind Yos Hare Always Bccgfat
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton. Chicago. Omaha.
Denver. Rock ford. Janes
rllle, Madison (leave Dav
enport, Clinton. Chicago. Dixon.
Sterling (ar. Davenport).
Clinton. Omaha. Sioux CUy,
Utah and Pacific Coast..
Clinton, Sterling, Dixon,
Clinton. Chicago. Janes-
ville, Madison. Rockford.
Clinton, Denver, Omaha,
6 50 pm
Trains marked dally. All others dally ex
y.:- tj "OTJRLINGTON ROUTE O.,
'fmjW,1?M A Q. RAILWAY Depot
'JUy.tJtU" First avenue and SUteenth
liptlt? uire- M j YOUNG,
.--Jjbjg J Agent.
TBA1SS. LSAVB. ABBIVS.
The wonderful health
builder and co?isti
all failing health, Stomach, Liver, Heart and
Kidney Troubles, Nervous Prostration, St. Vitus' Dance,
Nervous Weakness, Premature Old Age, Melancholy,
Paralysis. Loss of Memory, Female Complaints, Neural,
gia, General Debility, Scrofula, Boils, Pimples, Hlood
Diseases, Chronic Cough and Wasting Diseases.
It helps men and women over the hard places in life
restores nerve force makes life worth living an unfail
ing remedy, without an equal.
Invaluable for women
at iher critical period
Sold by druggists generally. If not found at yours
it will be ent prepaid on receipt of $1.00 per bottle
or six bottles for S5.00. Address
DR. I. A. DETCHON,
SPECIALIST ON RHEUM ATI8M AND NERVOUS DISEASES,
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Oar "TJeotrlo Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Ray work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
DR. 1. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
Burgeon-in -Chief of St.
St. L. Sorinrflsid. Peoria
Bur. Qum. via Monmouth 8:66 am 7:15 pm
"Jhlcago, Sterling, Clinton A i
Dubuque t 7:4 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria, Beardstown, Bur i
tlngton. Denver and west t 2:40 pmtll8 am
3s. Paul A Minneapolis 7:50 pm 8:15 am
iterllnf . Clinton ADubuque 7:60 po t 8:40 am
it. l, Kans C, Denver A!
Pao. ooast TlaGalesburg .' 7:1$ pm 8:66 ID
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
John Voile & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO KAHUFACTCRE8 OF
Sash, Ioori, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Doable Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311-320 ETGHTEENT1I STREET,
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Insan.
lty. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaustloa
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood. Kidney, Llrei
and Skin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of modi
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent cure In seven days by our pain! as
methods. Hydrocele cured In three days no pals.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult as. Wa
have eured macy cases riven op as hopeless, and we may be able to euro you. Surirical
operations performed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your cue In the hands of those who have bad Uttis or bo practical exper
ience In the treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as surgeon-ia
chief of St. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that be has cured hundreds who
were pronounced Incurable by others durlns toe five years he has been located in Dave
port, proves conclusively that bo la the physician you should consult If you want to eel
Best of reference and credential!
Only Curable Cases Taken. sSSSHSl
Honrs, stalls, as S to I and 7 to 8 p. ns. Sunday lliSS to HSO p. as.
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullongh Building, Davenport, Is.
J OHM at. FABXDOST. Iim A. PAETDOW
PAIDON 5c SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Pspcr HMBgera, CAlctnlBcn, Etc. .
Shop 419 BevenUenlh St. Eook Iilsid
i Cerstand wbt: this means, ' .