Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGU8, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1894.
htlaM Daily tad Wsakly at MM
Amu, Bock Islaad m.
J. W. Poms,
TIRMb Dall. mm mmn m. r..h.
fl.OQ par una; la sdra&cs flJO.
AU conatnlcMtoM of a critical or aqraawata
1'Ta charactar, polltlaal or rallftoaa, anst have
r'-al um attached for publication. Ma aack
nicies win ba printed cmt fictttioaa alt-natnrea.
CPrra.puad.aaa sollertsd frosa avarr lowaaMp
I a Rock Inland entity.
Satckiav, Novf.mrf.k o, 1S94.
Hi rkaii for our n'nio, anywav!
Tin tap end of the snow .xtorm
rame clnring last night. -
Toshwt the rrpnl.licans will rati
fy what happened Tuesday. ' ThU
!irike a a rather nnnoccsary pro
ceedinjj. ArTrR all. the outcome of the elec
tion make. his whisker. Mr. Peffcr,
:t biff to.ni in the cnntrial puddle
Pillia seems to penerallv get
i litre whether for right or for w'rong.
It cost him J50,Xmi Tuesday, but he
jot his money's worth.
Is New York state, democracy
ems to have Iwen defeated largely
through those who did not vote, as
ell as those who did vote.
Ik the I'nion had said half as much
'I the court house proposition be
f re ihe election as it has since, Us
influence might have done some pood.
It is stated by the Union that the
1 rocf ssion tonight will be headed bv
i he Light tiuard band. It will prob
er be followed by the light head
I)e ipf.ply the most cheeky thing
' e republicans have done in connec
i on nith tonight's blowout is ta
- rike democrats for contributions to
i ie fund to defray . expenses. This
- adding in-ult to injury.
IniRi. arc, on an average, 10
i;itha month at the soldiers1 home
i. (Julnry. At present there are
inmates in the soldiers' home,
:-:id lit in the hospital. Two of the
i niter are liable to go out on nutter
it any time.
Ix the li'ht of the very latest re
turns. the democrats have saved one
ngrosmnn from Illinois, over which
k'ail revelation our rejoicing is the
i iore. It does look as if Finis E.
I 'owning had defeated John I. Rin
ger in the Sixteenth district and
1 'owning is an editor. Hail to the
p jwer of the press.
Franklin MAcVF.AiiO, in a pub
lished interview, gives the demo
crats rood advice. It should be fol
ded systematically and energetic-
i iy. i.ei me Ueniocrarv of Illinois
ganize thoroughly, and work for
i-irty principles from now on. and
ilie state will be brought back in trl
mpu to the democratic fold in lSiifi.
"rganize! Organize:: Organize:::
No democrat ha come out of the
N'feat of Tuesday with greater honor
r more jierona! satisfaction than
:r. MarVeagh. Ket timing to his
astontary walks he can review the
i invats without regret, and look to
: :e future for the just reward of his
i.stinguished iiartr service.
His appenrance in the light was the
- irtial f(r a general attack on "him by
I . 1 - . 111 . .7
.. i me smnu ucer oi republican poli
: . He might have been incensed
the viciousncss and brutality of
inm oi me carr stamp. lint with
' -ie restraint, so characteristic of
rain all the concerns of life, he
'"pi lus temper and Ida head. Not
i word that wounded an opponent
ii irom bis nps. lie was as con-
Mant in devotion to the ideals of men
r breeding while on the stump in the
!i"t of the ronllict as he has always
' "en in his dailv intercourse with his
I'llowmcn. In every part of the
- aie ne won thcrcniiecl and ailnnra
t on of the republicans. and increased
Mik aiTeciion with which he was re.
.TirdcdS bv the democrats. His
-fccli wUtakHB annt;ig Lhe,iii
" amplis of clear thinking and iiuict
''teranjes ifl'llai 'ptthfrvil tii..iof v M
The trcniorratir party cannot afford
to desert this gallant new leader, and
bc'icve it has no desire to do so,
, W hat of the A ftermath
It is now of the past, is the elcc-
on of last Juesday. and the oues-
i :on that naturaUy rises in the mind
. It relaxes Into its normal condi
M n ajain. is what, will follow?
ell says a central Illinois journal
MUiie the active force has been
-pent its passive force is yet to be
' It. Through the medium of a ti
tunic svstcm of misrepresentation,
deceit mid frauduleat pretense the
managers and directors of the repub
lican party have liven enabled 'to
turn the: people back on thcmsulvcs
tor the moment and hand down a
- erdict against their own action in
M90and 1H'.2. That the peoplo have
drne so In a large measure without a
!ue una careful ami ueiiiierate con
sideration of conditinia and facta, is
undeniable. The l.-.n-ial and eco
nomic situations since the month of
.lune. 189:1, hare been against the
li mocruts and, us events have
proven, Jurgclv in favor of the re
l 'ibliuutiS. All tbu illb connected
therewith were laid at the door of
democracv, though they were the di.
,rect, production of republican leader.
snip ana republican policy, they
came as an inheritance from
that source, an inheritance that
the democrats could not shake
off or cast aside, and the
latter have gone down before its ir
resistible and destrnctive energy.
And therein is summed np its activ
ity. No candid and thonghtsnl stu
dent of political history and condi
tions can fail to perceive what the
passive effect upon the public mind
will be. The usual method through
which popular discontent with exist
ing conditions finds expression is
embodied on the face of the ballot.
And this is the only proper method
consistent with the principles of a
free government. All other methods
are revolutionary in their tendencies
and- dangerous in their outcome.
The great majority of the American
jople know this'and govern their
Hence it may be argued that no
permanent set-back to popular inter
ests will follow the result of the elec
The show of distinguished benntv.
transfixed by famous artists, "'.h
is now taking place at the acu.. my
of line arts in New York, has been
anticipated by The Cosmopolitan
Magazine in it's November issue, in
an article by William A. Coftin. with
illustrations of some of the more
beautiful faces. The "Great Pas
sions of History'" scries has for this
month's subject the romantic career
of Agnes Sorel, who influenced the
destinies of France under Charles
VII. "The Art Schools of America."
The Great British Northwest Terri
tory." "The Chiefs of the American
Press," and the "Public Library
Movement." are amongst The Cosmo
politan's table of contents. Surviv
ors of the war and their children will
find intense interest in "The Storv
of a Thousand," a personal narrative
begun in this number by Albion W.
Tourgee, who tells in a graphic way.
of a regiment which saw tierce ser
vice of its organization, its
marches, its sports, and its death
Froaoanctd Hopeistt. Tstlavad.
From a letter written bv Mrs. Ada
K. Html, of Groton, S. D., we quote:
'Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lungs. Cough set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors gave me up, sav
ing I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stay with mv
friends on earth. I would" meet mv
absent ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all,
eight bottles; it has cured me, and
thank God I am now a well and
hearty woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store, regu
lar size, 50c and fl.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if "our stomach be disordered.
you have a dyspeptic look, and if
your kidnevs be affected vou have a
pinched look. Secure good health
and you will have good looks. F.lec
tric "Bitters is the great alterative
ami tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples.
blotches, boils and gives a good com
plexion. Sold at liartz & Bahnsen's
drug store, :oe per bottle
BLCKLF.N'S AKMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay reqnired. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Ullemever.
firm Starnr. In York nty.
Five new statues have recently been
set tip iu the parks and squares of New
York the Columbns, designed by a
Spaniard, in Central park; the Roscoe
C'onklinK in Madison sqnare. the Gree
ley at the junction of Sixth avenue and
Broadway, the F.ricsson in Batrery
park and the Nathan Hale in City Hall
park and among these the last named
is the only which can be called worthy
of its cost and its place cither as civinc.
pleasure to the eye or as likely to in-n
rpir iniitatiy, amlitjfiits and patriotic
thoufjnts uittlie minds oj ourfellowciti
ietI4.s4rat!tt aiiri rotiisjo : i
Should be used in attempting to cure
that very disagreeable disease, ca.
tarrh. As catarrh originates in ini
purities in the blood, local applica
tions can do no permanent good,
The common sense method of treat
ment is to purify the blood, and for
this purpose there is no preparation
superior to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's pills cure constipation by
restoring peristaltic action to the
- "Boyal Ruby" By Whl.ky
Is a "Bye at la a Rye, naturally ripened and
tw from all foreign Atot and adulterants, guar
anteed pan tad over eleven yean of age, recom -mended
to toe eonnoinenr ae a meritorious arti
cle worthy of th conBdence of Invalids, eonra
teMenta and tbe aged. See that our name Is
blows in bottle. tl.OOper quart bottle.
"BOTAL BUBT" POBT WINK
pure, old aod mellow, therefore best sdsptr.d for
invalids, convalescents and the aired. It reitone
lest vitality, creates strengtb and appetite, build
np the weak and debilitated. Quana, Jl. Pints,
00 cents. Pat np on honor and guaranteed by
BOTAL WINX, CO., Ckicajo.
. For aalo at turner House Pharmacy, ud by
William Mcaduuln, at alloc. ,
A SPORT OP THE NEGROES OF THE
It rinlnaWhltf Mao. bat the Darky Cam
Bit a Flounder Wltn HU fpear When
'om Would 8c Only Mad The Expert
FUhermaa Xever .Mime HI Flh.
Did you ever "strike" a flounder!
Probably not unless you have lived or
passed some tinio on the coast cf the
Oue lovely August evening, just be
fore sunset, as I stood on the back porch
of otir summer home on the coast of
South Carolina, I uotieed that otir boy
liob, a great oik black cheerful looking
fellow about 19 years old, as larv a ras
cal and as big a thief as his whole race
could produce, seemed to be very busy
over a boat at the little wharf only a
short distance from tho house, and as
I stood there 'watching him the mvstery
Noticing that I was watching him
with a good deal of interest, he came
op to the steps, and removing the tat
Med rim of what was ouoe a felt hat
"Boss man, I'zo goin 'ntrikiu' floun
der tonight. Like to go 'long? It's easy
'nuff," he said. "Jest put on ole close
that don't matter 'bont wcttin, and I'll
call for you after supper."
After having finished supper and en
joyed a cigar and a stroll on the beach,
watching tho bathers in tho surf and
spying a distant sail on the horizon, I
proceeded to dress for the occasion. Tak
ing Bob's advice, I selected an old pair
of baseball shoes, an ancient pair of
cadet trousers that had stood tho test of
many a dress parade a relic of my
"rat" year a cap of tho same descrip
tion and a flannel shirt and a heavy
coat, for it was cool on the water after
sunset, even iu midsummer, not forget
ting to take a good supply of tobacco
and a pipe to keep off the gnats and
sand llies and a plug of chewing tobac
co for my companion. Negroes always
claim to bo out when a white man is
I joined Bob at tho back door, and we
made our way down to the lauding.
Here we found a largo flat bottomed
scow, on one Fide of which was fixed an
old grate, in which a fire was burning
fierc'ly, while at the other end was a
hnge pile of dry oak, with plenty of fat
pine for kindling. Standing iu tho
boat was a colored boy of abont the same
size and blackness of my attendant,
whom Bob designated to me as "my
mammy's sister Sally's boy Kufo."
Greeting the grinning Rnfus, who re
plied by scraping the bottom of the boat
with oue foot, while he touched where
his hat would have been bad bo worn
any, for no such article encumbered his
woolly crown, we all made ourselves
comfortable, Bob standing at tho Ihtw,
Rufns at the stern, with a pole, while I
was invited to take tho middle seat near
the fire and requested to keep tho boat
clear of water, which as soon as we be
gan our jonrney rushed through the
many crevices with astonishing rapid
ity. The night was very dark, but lighted
by our tire we Ix'gan to follow the shore,
and our fiat bottom enabled us to keep
in very close And now came to me
what was tho strangest part of the pro
ceeding. Bob, standing, as I have said,
in the low, armed with a striking pole,
which is simply a heavy rod alout 8
feet long, with a two proimed fork at
one end, kept kis eyes fixed on the wa
ter, which was brightly lit up for sev
eral fvt in front of the liat, while ho
held the pole raised in his right hand.
All at once, and without a word, he
suddenly thrust the pule into the water
in front of him, and with a chueklo of
triumph dashed the pole into the liot
tom of the bor.i, :iud strnggling and
splashing around was a dark flat object
about a loot lone, with two great gap
ing wounds mm . ' the prongs of the
fork. The flouu j was exactly the col
or of the bottom of the water and very
flat, and how on earth anybody, oven a
hungry negro, could distinguish it with
the boat going at- a pretty rapid rate
was something I could not make out
and have never been able to fathom.
To lie sure, the water was quite shal
low, ranging iu depth from 1 to 2
feet, and tho light from the fire was
very bright, but when you take into
consideration the fact that the foil was
almost black and very muddy and soft,
and that the fish almost bury them
selves therein, it will be seen that it re
quires no small amount of skill and
quickness to detect the flounder with
the boat being rapidly poled along.
And I never saw Bob miss. , It would
be iural to suppose-that 1 strike"
wotild occasionally mistake hoibo objoct
for; a flounder inwatcrs- that teemed
wi(h all kinds of fish,'"r That, sometimes
he would fail to secure the fish, even if
ho struck correctly, for it is a known
fact that "the biggest fish I ever caught
was the one that got away;" but, no, I
never knew Bob or any of the other
many negroes whom I afterward saw
out "striking" to be guilty of failure.
Sometimes the flounder would be pierced
by only ono prong instead of two, and
sometimes the wound would lie very
near the side of the fish, but secure him
they always did.
That night we were out about- two
hours and secured eight of as fine floun
ders as I ever saw, ranging in size from
10 to 15 inches three of which fur
nished a very lino breakfast dish the
next morning. Philadelphia Times.
Quality AgainNt Quantity.
As regards woman suffrage. New
York, with all its fashionable furore, is
still in that stage of the agitation
passed years ago in Boston where the
"antis" seek to make an impression by
claiming "quality as against quantity"
of names in their petitions. To put for
ward this rather vulgar boat was soon
found to be very indiscreet campaign
ing in New England and a powerful
help to tho other Bide Boston Tran-
RECORD OF A TEXAS DESPERADO.
he Craves of HI Vletlsns Wera Scattered
From tolse City to Santa Fe.
The man who told the story between
tho puffs of Lis Mgar was from Texas.
"Clay Alii.so'.i s life was a tragic ro
mance," ho begr.n. "Clay Allison was
a desperado. Ho lived in the Red river
country in the Fsuuaudta. His trigger
fingtr was biudust in tho early eighties.'
His record was 2!. He boasted of it.
Twenty -one dead men. whos-a,T.ives
were scattered from Dodge Citvo San
ta Fe! I myself saw him kill Bill
Chunk, a bad man, who shot people just
for th? fun of Feeing them fall. The two
men had no cai-.su for quarrel. They
were the prize killers of the same sec
tion of the country. It was a spirit of
rivalry which made them swear to
shoot each other on sight. Their friends
bet on the result f their first chance
rencounter. They met one night at a
crossroad inn in Xi w Mexico and sat
down at tables opjnisite each other, with
their drawn six shooters resting on their
laps beneath their napkins. A plate of
oysters on the shell had just oeeu set
before Chunk, when he dropped his
hand in can-less fashion and sent a ball
at Allision beneath the table. Quick as
a leap of lightning Allison's gnn re
plied. A tiny red spot between Chunk's
eyes marked when- the bullet cntcri-d.
The dead man rolh-u over on the table
and was still, wiih his face downward
hi the dish of oysters.
"Ailision v;;s a large cattle owner.
He went on a drive to Kansas City
once, and while there fell in love, mar
ried and took the woman to his home iu
the west to live. A child was born to
them a child whoso face was as beau
tiful as the fare of a cherub, bnt whoso
jHKir little hotly was horribly d formed.
Allison loved the child with the great
love ot his passionate nature. In tho
baljt's twisted and misshapen form his
superstitious mind reajj n meaning as
sipiitica:it as th:it of le mtsisage which
the divine hand wrote on the palace of
the king of old in Babylon, (rod, he
thought, had visited a curse upon him
for his sins. ITu quit his wild ways.
He drunk no more. Xo man ever after
the birth of Lis child fell liefore his
deadly pistols. H was completely
"Jn the new lifo which followed ha
devoted himself with alisorhing energy
to his business interests. Uo lx-cania
rich in time. T 11 thousand cattle on
tho Texas ranges bore his brand. A few
years ago he was driving from his ranch
in a heavy road wagon to town. The
front whet Is j. ilt.fi down into a deep
rut. Allison van pitched headfore
most to the fT.iumu His neck was bro
ken. Th" team jogged on into the dis
tances a'!d left Lim lying there dead and
alone np'n the prr.irie. " Kausas City
One nftheCnknoirn Quantities.
There r.re many persons who talk very
learnedly a:out electricity and seem
to fancy that t Ik y have found out all
a!ont it that is worth knowing. In the
face ,T idea", of this sort comes on an
accident without precedent indeed, on
that under ordiuary circumstances
would be counted impossible. A work
man in oiling the machinery of a small
electric fan one used merely for the
purpose of cooling the air in a business
house accidentally touched the wire
and was instantly killed. The current
that runs the fan is Said to have scarce
ly power cnongii to give a gentle shock
win u touched. An electrician who has
recently been making some important,
experiments has demonstrated that by
using electricity in a certain way 5(1
times the curr nt usually employed for
executing criminals may be passed
through the human lnxly without inju
ry. Is it not po.-dlile, then, that very
weak currents under certain conditions
may possess pnwer hitherto unsuspected?
New York Ledger.
It is the opinion of the true gourmet
that of all marine panlish there is none
to compare with tho smelt (Osmcrns
mordax. This primary rank is its own
by reason of its d?licacy ami delicious
flavor, and when fried a litrht brown iu
very Cue bread crumlis and served with
molted butter there is none that dis
putes its pre-eminence. Its delightful
flavor, however, as well as its jx-culiar
odor is evanescent. Like tlic macker. 1,
it cannot lie too fresh.
It is from its odor that the smelt do
rives not only its familiar but Latin
name, an odor so aggressive of sliced
cncmnliers that, if its presence be mani
fest only to th" sense f smell, people
are often deluded into such supposition.
This odor is not mr.rked except iu tne
freshly caught fish and disappears in
the cooking, giving placevw-WrVer. to a
fittitig TPsuiTcctiini f the sirK-lt to an
olfartory'si'iisc WiM more savorrand de
lightful MarkietS Sevtew.'i i . ;
"1 love all that is beautiful in art
and nature," she was saying to her
thetic admirer. '"1 revel in the greeu
fields, the babbling brooks and the little
wayside flowers. I foast on the beauties
of earth and sky and air. They are my
daily life and food and"
"Maudie!" cried out the mot her from
the kitchen, not knowing that her daugh
ter's beau was in the parlor "Maudie,
whatever made you go and eat that big
dish of potatix-s that was left over from
dinner? 1 told you we wanted them
warmed up for supper. I declare if your
nppcrtite isn't enough to bankrupt your
pa. " Londou Tit Bits.
"How do yon know, then, that the
young poet has an income apart from
his profession?" asked the landlady's
"Because," vas the confident reply,
"ho pays his rent regularly.' London
The coldest day ever known in Eng
land was Dec. 25, 1 TOO, when fho mer
cury stood 10 degrees below zero in a
Fahrenheit thermometer. Wo would
call that fine winter weather in America.
New York Financial.
Kfw York, Not. a.
Money on call easy at 1 per cent. Prime
mrcanrile rlr W-t P"T cent. Sterling e
chantre steady w th aetntl bnsinM In bankers'
bills nt s;i'.it.-ils lor demand anlitTtaSu
fornixty days: po.ted rate 4s;i1fjlH auJ
tf; cumraetvinl bill s-H-( UCdj.
Silver eertiflcat m'bid; no sales; bar silver
G3H .Mexiran dollars 51'4.
Uni edStatagv mmeit bonds 5' rern'ar,
tll'U:5' ro:ip.Tn-. HMVj-. 4's rivalw. 11-tV: 4'
couiiw. ll,i-j; S"i rrtcular. V I Ml; Pa ill ; ti'j
of HV, 1"1.
Cliieago Grain anil Frotluna,
Chicago. Nov. .
Following ven the qnntatioai on t'as B rl
of Trade today: Wueet Xm-eiubur. ojienod
Kt ol'isel si; ll.-eeinlw. vj.'nul M'J-,
cluwd f4'4--; May, ope-d "44(-, Uned 0v tr.
Corn November. iM-ned -O'-. r o-i .Ma
lifvmlM'r, openel 'i4C. rl?l Mc: May,
oient-d i'rfte, cld .Tor, nts - X.veinb -r.
ix-nf 1 2Si rlnvl De.f:n!wr. opened
.r, rkse I 2 'ir: M;. oten'd a.'1-, clised
:t?Hic. Prk-Xovemb.T. oie:ied $ . t l-aed
; Jamtury. open-d f!2i. clo-d
MS .ifi. Li.rd -January, opened fT.W, cloned
! nature Batler: Extra ereamery. -ir
per Hi: t:xira d.iry, HK-: i-ackintr t-tm-k. i''-l
lie. Es-IT per d'z. l- oa7. Livt iwiultry
I'liii-k nf. nit- pr lb; :r,nr. H-: di-m.
TUTS;'; turkeys, iHvv-: uo--e. ti'i-'c per dux.
Potatoes- l;ur!anl.A. 4.V.',."..!- -ier 1m; Hebroa,
i-Vj.'ihi-; K e. 4-V.i 7:. A-e.-t p.ttf t.ir -Jer
. Ci:i3iSi pr bbl: JiUiiow. Hivm.-Yl
Apile Common to choice, Sl.iHi per
I'M. t'raibt'rri. Oip." Col. ruoiee. $7. -VI
tit.. Y.i pi !U: r.'.i'i.'jI.J.i per 1-bn box. II. m y
Wliire ! iver, l-.b m -ftum. tier .tick, l'l'-
& ,V; 1-roki'ii remit, l.ilr; dark c-oxub.
jioor I'nri.ii-s, Se; xtraiui-a California, iyic
Chtae-40 Live Mo:.
Ci:icA(irt. X.v. 9.
Live Stork -Prie at t?ie Li:-in U --k y ,r1
today raiupil a-- fjb'V-: H r Kwrtmav-d
receipt tor tn da. t'l; a e raieji-d at
$-'.Si"'.i.4 ti iiirn. (i.IV'.m;) I.irat. l.',n.;ii
roiik'li lRu-kin,-, S-l 1" (-4 T't iiexcl. mi l f.4i,fc
(r4M heavy :iw king atnl sti;.;iiiiix I ts.
Cattle - K-vii,i. tor tuo day. qnta
tkris r.iUs'd ait PViMS". chines to extra
hi;pinir Htora, 4.Ki:f-i..i tro.l to c!i-ic ilo,
r.s.V( s..Vi fair to kk1. :.: .". 1 . conmi n to
tnediuin do. -i.il K 1.7 I butch -r' Mier. i.ui a
S.m rlm-kiTs, J.M,iAi f.vilin, 1.S
r.iw-i. fc'.fvit' b ili.rs.l.."iii;',l.ii huii. i i,
Texas htc-r- -.l.2- wUira ranker
an ! riUNi-i.-M vcul calves.
Sliui-p- EMiinntcl rtH.r.jpt" f r ths day
14.it: nail, rauiircd at 1..V i.-i.;. 25 vr-nerns. tl.'ti
ii 'M Teaus, l T J,! j' aat vei aud -'U.l.iu
Cloalna Otiotat ions.
Cbicioo. Nov. 10 Whrs', lower, Sov. Mr,
Mry !',. Corn, lowrr. Not. 5'Sc. Slay H-c
Oitt. lorr. Nov. ',;. Pork, frmcr, Jan.
3n. ) ard. firmer, Jan. ST IX Rib trim r. Jan.
New York Money C'loklnc.
Naw ToRK, Not. 10 nnnry on rail. earrt 1
per cent prime; mercantile aprr, S-i'JT-i.
The Local Marat t.
W best Mie.
rore-w w, 4-c: e'd, SJc
Hay Tinrothr. Hc1t; trnian iKta'tl;
wi:a.f3-r:;lonaa t''-t7; biicd $
riiriT Asx vr.j-T: is
Ocione -Klc per ba.
Br.ttcr Fair to choice l:G.ye, rreim rT.tar.
Ktfi-e Krrrt, 170.
Pou.'try j-pring chickens. f,j per pcund.
Ltra st or a.
Cattle Butcher pay f.ir co-n f -d trn
SWmhc: cm and culm .'.;. : riv.
hneoj Sew Ie
eprtnt; iamo. .Y?i&V a pounl.
' el Soft. 10c
Vo-d $:i.5o per curd.
Rudy's Pile Suppository is "-'laran-teed
to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents jier
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Alartin Rudv, Lancas
ter. Ta. For sale by T. 11. Thomas
and Hartz & Bahnsen, druoisnt
Kock Island. 111.
Horsford's taking Pmvdcr
excels all others in healthful
(uality and baking strencrth.
A wonderful invention.
IFrr.m the iTleVeland Plairidrali r )
"There are hundreds and tbouands
of people in the large cities and towns
who eaunot afford to pay the prices de
manded for the best dairy and cream
cry butters. Oleomargarine is in every
respect better and more healthful than
country store butter, tiive the middle
class, and every class, for that matter,
a chance to place on their tables an
aniiicial butter that look like butter,
that tastes better than most dairy but
ter tastes, and is absolutely nutritious
and healthful. Let there be fairness in
tlus matter, and a repenj uf all .prohili
itive laws that worji injury and , in
J'lVdicr to a large number of"HHntc.
Silver Churn Uutterine is the latest
and most improved butter substitute.
It is prepared ly superior methods
under careful scientific supervision, it
is advertised and sold larjrrly throucrh
out the United States, and fastidious
housekeepers proclaim it the best table
Armour Packing Co.,
KANSAS CITY. U. S. A.
For sale by H. Tremann & Sons,
corner 17th street and Third ave.
Cut Flowers and Plants
Fine home-made Bread and
Geo. T. Cr-wder
B. F. Evans.
Arc Voti l.encly for Tlicm?
Imported Satin Slippers in
Variety of Styles . .
We have all Co!o:s at hard-pan prices
These goods ?re made from the finest satin
to be obtained. You can match your
dresses to perfection zt a nominal price.
tor. Second nnt HarrUon SIk.
Great November Sweeping Sale
Contrary to the usual custom of waiting until l) c :
bcr to make a clearing sale and thus depriving th : jv
chaser the wear of the garment in the season. r h.;
decided to inaugurate A GREAT NOVI.MIM
SWEIiTING SALE OF CLOAKS AND FURS.
kJ ' I. '"''
naea iwt,n er WIORE or'-'nnl
or .- I a llai
f:ieturrra,Tba I. K. ft
I'rl.anlt Co: n
thoriza as to riar Tt
'XU -AkS LAC.1 7 jtl
till a;;.r..i ri!,, . 'I
Till. Aft& lantwn -' - ' . T
will rloso JVwiiiixt 1. a.. T. G
possible after that dale we w ill pa- f. ,T :. ,'
eJdeslr.anlre1ui-otlieother !,, .. ,
for eoiu;lct4, aooepLiOile advcrtlfeuieau . i
Drrecttoaaw Mahe !rarlr:r nfh laj. k
on beavjr white paper, or rarl boiird. lot - rt
work ill oct'ine. l.lalorute !.; ..-. ,.' , t
print welL Hpau-e In paper will l-ei nr , ( , 'i
Iraw to lars riilc If .veil j n '. r. i ;i '
IfthntUrooiwecan sve it ,i, n
tlplvo JcurrVit. Avollfwlrr. . t O
upii'mo. liiniw oci n ma ve yr
olrtl'. Sanut Clacs Is a t-nre I,: -ti. -r.-.ie l.
ay mado lor lu'in.lry ar.J pr-jt-il I l
Mo-alnvorite whpieverkKotrp. Mi-., fl
nerona prclaa, fiold tr all araeera, mLu.
- onr tvt. aod aeed remits preror.
N. V. AVHR & SON,
Newfiparcr Advcrffsinj Areau,
We arc making
XovcmKr prices in
Millin-rj- Depart :n-:.t.
' ; . t
that were $2.50. $.;. Si :
$4 and $4.5,0, we h.v
marked down for this s "
to $i.9S, $2.25. $2:.
$2-9. and $3.4.
Don't Aiss This Op