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J ' , . ; The Tramp of the Four Corners
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texture, and will retain its fresh condition longer
than when any other powder is used.
COR. 1IETEE1ITH ST. and SECOND AVE
Opposite Harper House. Rock Island.
1099 U. PAKIDOM. BITOT A. PABTDOe
pnzizboi7 g son
Pointers and Decorators
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Sawed Building Stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
Kor cheapness, durability end
beauty excelled fey Bona. This
elone does sot wash or color the
wall with alkali, ate. Plana aent
tie for eetimatca will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expanse.
IS mllee from Rock Inland oa the
C. II. IJ. R. R. Train. Nos.
& and ft will atop and let visitors
off and on.
Samples of Stone and Tbotoa of
Hulldlaca can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell & Ly ode's build
in j. Address:
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona, III.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Toor Patrona U Solicited. .
Offloe 1870, Seooad At.
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
la the BEST and LARQBSJT Bar of
GOOD SOAP ever sold for 6 Cents.
Sold by all dealers.
tt. G3TPS ZZMZZl KLLS. .
The frees reme
dy soe nervoui
all uenoua dis
eases of tbe geo
era tire organs
such aa Nervous
Failing er Lost
Z . anaa wm, ratling er boat
manhood. Irnpotency. Nightly Em laslons. Youth
ful hror. Menial Worry, cimunutol To
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S5"fVl2 nn refund tVe moor..
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Continued from Second Pat.
cnearing reoolteoriana of me In every
article of furniture "
The girl langhed somewhat ccmscious
ly. Then her oonsci cram ess gave way to
terror. "For heaven's sake, put it on
again !" she implored.
"I might for yours," he rejoined
She blushed at bia impiety as the
beard slipped back into its place.
"This should be vailed the .happy
Jail." be said lightly. "Do they never
search the prisoners here or make them
wear papta with different colored stripes
down each leg until tbey resemble hu
"Ota, yes!" she said brightly, now
that her fear was over. "Oh, yes i I
searched yon when yon fainted, bnt I
begged father to let yon off the stripes.
I'm afraid of Wednesday, though. Von
know you've promised me to lead an
altogether different life and send back
The tramp smiled. "I also pram Lied
the old man not to break out, though I
con Id have done so a thousand times.
There's a little saw in the lining of my
coat which would cut the bars in half
an hour. .A whistle to the black horse
and he'd smash through any stable to
come to me. Why, he'd savage the
sheriff to death in five minutes if I made
a sign. I've kept my promise, though
now my shoulder's healed np it's pretty
risky stopping here an hour longer. If
they find out who I am, it's the peni
tentiary for life. However, I can stand
it till Thursday night"
"Then !" flia arm stole toward her
caressingly. For a moment their lips
met. "Don't yon understand?" be asked
passionately. "I can't say anything till
I've got clear. I'm on my parole. "
The girl understood. Her eyes flamed
brightly back at bis. She whispered
something softly to him, and he nodded
a pleased asBent. "Beware of the sher
iff," she added. "He means to pick a
quarrel with you directly you're out On
Thursday night I will have the borse
ready saddled for you at the back. He's
gentle enough with me. Ride np to the
springs, change your things, leave the
horse there, and catch the Ottawa boat
Then get across the border as soon as
yon can. Take this (she thrust a pile of
dollar notes into his hands) and this.
It's loaded, in every chamber. If the
sheriff tries to stop yon, kill him. " .
She touched bis temple gently, where
the resultant scar from the sheriff's blow
still remained, and hastily went back
into the ball as tbat public functionary
zealously came toward her. Delilahlike,
she smiled npon him until he was in a
seventh heaven of delight When the in
spector came on Wednesday morning,
accompanied by Little John Baines, Le
lota detained the latter with a pout
"What do yon want to go into the jail
for?" she asked.
"I ain't noways rare about this yer
tramp," answered the sheriff dubiously.
"P'raps the inspector may know some
thing of him. I've often wondered
whether he was one of Bud Appleton's
Lelota laughed carelessly. "Ob, if
you prefer his society to mine,-John
Baines, go. Yon won't get much good
oufcof bim, though. "-
"Jest about as much good as he'll get
out of me," said the sheriff grimly.
"He's laid np with the colicky pains
this morning,'.' merrily continued Le
lota. "Dad was with him half the
night Now he's asleep. "
"Stnmmiks is a rum thing, "said the
sheriff thoughtfully; with an involun
tary care for tbat somewhat inelegant
portion of his own huge frame. "It's
most time I got some one about me who
kin cook. "
"Men take a good deal more care of
them than their hearts," said Lelota
saucily.. r ,
"Too bet tbey do when you're any.
ways round." returned the sheriff,
whose tougnewas ordinarily as heavy
as bis fist.
At this moment the inspector came
into the room. "A very admirable con
dition of things, Mr. Grey," he said
cheerfully. "I wouldn't keep your cows
in the jailyard, though, if I were you.
The prisoners might milk them."
"Our prisoners don't care much far
milk." urged Lelota brightly. '"They
prefer something less innocent"
The inspector bowed. "I am afraid.
Miss Grey, if you were in charge the
jail would soon be filled to overflow
ing." "My, inspector, but that's real pret
ty," said the gratified sheriff, taking it
as a personal compliment
"Ah. Mr. Sheriff," said the inspect
or, "now I understand wby yon didn't
spend much of your time searching for
The sheriff turned purple. "I'll have
him yet," he said. "How's your tramp
gittin on. Grey?"
"The pains bare sorter abated," an
swered Grey benevolently. "He nearly
wrastled through the roof at first, all on
account of the cucumber he had for din
ner. Cncumbers ain't in the list of diet
I thought be'd fancy one, but it didn't
"Waal, I must be goin." said the
sheriff. "Grey, will you lend me that
black horse of yours on Friday mornin?
fie looks a dapgerons brute."
"I've niade a bad bargain." said the
jailer. '"He's powerfully fond of that
tramp, but nobody else 'cept Lelota can
do anything with bim."
"What?" asked the sheriff, with sup
"He's been doctoring the borse and
playing with it," said Lelota cheerfully.
"Please don't say anything about it fn
the report It's bad enough to have in
nocent cows in jail without putting a
borse there to keep them company. "
' e a e . e
If the sheriff bad aoy suspicions be
kept them to himself. At dusk on
Thursday night however, be lounged
.up to the jail and Lelota, from an up
per window, noticed tbat Constable
Wrong and another man loitered with.
conspicuous aimlessneBS in front Lelota
smiled grimly to herself, flew down
staiis and heard the sheriff's voice in
the next room. The-butt of his revolver
carelessly projected from a light over
coat thrown over a chair in the ball.
The girl instantly took possession of it,
and. listened at the half open door.
"Thar's strong suspicions about he'a
Bud Appleton, though the printed de
scriptions say Bud ain't no beard, "said
the sheriff, "an I've got a warrant to
rearrest him as soon as he. cornea out
That talk of yours about the horse put
me up to it That horse, jailer, is Bud
Appleton's, an knew him agin. Where's
Lelota?'.' . .
, "Up stairs," said the jailer. " Waal,
waal, I don't believe it He'a the dear
est man to work I've ever had in
charge, an I was jest beginnin to make
some impression cm his sonL " -
'.'Like I did on his body," said the
sheriff. "I'm pretty rare we've got our
man this time. I s'pose he'll be out
Lelota flipped away to the back door
where the horse stood waiting. The
tramp caught her in his arms and kissed
her once, twice, thrice, passionately.
"Quick!" -she cried. "Quick! The
sheriff's coming. I'll cover you. "
The tramp staid irresolutely. "I'd
like to settle accounts with him. "
"I'll do tbat," the girl implored.
"Quick I As you love me go!"
The tramp jumped into the saddle,
and his beautiful black leaped a low
cedar rail like a deer as they disap
peared in the adjoining bush, only the
flutter of a white handkerchief from his
rider showing for a moment ere they
As Lelota heard the sheriff's heavy
tread come furiously down the passage
she slipped a beautiful ring on her finger
and brought the revolver into position.
"That tramp's gone, "the sheriff said
angrily. "Gone, an you've helped bim
to slip through my fingers. Make way.
Let me pass. I'll git him yet "
The girl motioned him back "Stay
where you are or I'll kill you. "
It was a new experience for the sher
iff to be covered by his own revolver.
He stood perfectly still, white, with
rage. "What's he to you?" he hissed
between clinched teeth.
'"My husband," answered the girl
calmly. "We were married the first
thing this morning. "
"Sheriff," cried the jailer's voice
"Where ore yon?"
"Tell bim to call 'your men off and
send them home," cried the girl.
The sheriff did so.
.The old jailer halted outside the pas
sage. "I don't want to disturb yon an
the sheriff if you're sweetueartin, Le
lota," he said, "but I'm goin off to
bed. When you've done confebberlatin
just lock up for the night, will you:
I've sent your men' home, sheriff. Tell
that tramp, Lelota, be'd better make a
fresh start in the mornin. Good night,
"Say good night to him," significant
ly urged Lelota, with a slight move
ment of the revolver.
"Good night. " said the sheriff sulkily.
"Good night, sheriff," replied the
old man, moving down the passage.
"Shouldn't wonder if you caught
cold" They heard his door slam, and
all was still.
"Now," said the girl, pointing to tho
open door leading into the jail corri
dor. "In you go, sheriff." .
The sheriff glared at her, but went
silently on until they came to the
- The girl motioned to bim to enter,
and slipped to the door. The sheriff sat
down on the bed like one in a dream.
"He'll be over the border and safe to
morrow," said the girl. "Then I'll let
you out again." '
"It was all a plant," growled the
sheriff, waking from Lid, lethargy. "1
see it now."
"Yes." said the girL "He was
wounded and couldn't'get away, so be
hit npon the jail as the safest place for
him till the hue and cry bad blown
over. That was why lib let you knock
bim down when he pretended to be
drunk, you brute, you."
The sheriff looked at one huge leg of
mutton fist with a ray of satisfaction in
his dull eye. -'I did bit him hard," be
said, and relapsed into apathy again.
Lelota held her glittering ring before
his dazed eyes, then crept softly away
to pray for tho handsome daredevil
flying at breakneck speed through the
dewy night Pearson's" Weekly.
"Dis ting's got to go t'rongb," said
one of the aldermen at the committee
meeting. "Dere's money in it."
"Fur de city?" asked a member of
- And the only reply be got was tb?
glassy stare. Chicago Tribune.
A. Tom must have- had an awful
cold when be became engaged.
A -r-Boca use when one bas a cold one
has no taste. Fliegende Blatter.
Violins are rented for varying periods,
perhaps for a week, tJ a visitor in the
city. They are often rented by the
month, like pianos. The bulkier 'cello
and the double baea are sometimes rent
ed for single occasions, for concert.! in
private houses. The instrument is de
livered and taken away, the player pre
ferring to hire an instrument rather than
to carry or to attend to the carrying of
his own. Xew York Sun.
A Thoughtless CaunpUaaeu.
Sue It is a very pretty ring, indeed,
dear, but it is a good deal too largo for
fie (thoughtlessly) Yes, I was afraid
it might be. Mi W red's band is bigger by
two siaes, sure, than yours. Somerville
The Churchman ref em to the Protes
tant Episcopal church as "the Anglo
Saxon church in this conn try," whidi
leads The Congregationalist to ask if ' -e
pilgrims wen Celts.
A4Mee of a Wise tattle mt
There is man in Washington who
baa a wife of the best type, but, like a
good many husbands with that kind of
wives, he doesn't always appreciate her
at her true value.
Well, this husband bad been insulted ;
outrageously insulted, aa he thought,
being a sensitive man of a fiery temper,
and he was burning with a spirit of re
venge. He had thought to resort to violent
measures in defense of his sacred honor,
but a second sober thought came to him
of his despondent wife and children, and
for tbeir sakes he had staid the avenging
Again be had thought of appealing to
the law, but tbat seemed almost cow
ardly to bis high born spirit, and he set
it aside as quite impossible.
All day the insult rankled in his
bosom, and when the shades of evening
bad come and he wended his way home
ward on an avenue car, be was in a .con
dition of the most irremediable indigna
tion. ' He bad some kind of a vaguo idea
tbat a night of sleep might heal the
wound of the insulter, but, that failing,
he knew tbat blood alone could make
Aa he neared home, thinking every
second of what be would, could or must
do, be happened to think of his wife,
and iSjdawned upon bim like asunbur.-r
that she was a woman of spirit and
judgment, and tbat she might be able
to help him in his sore difficulty and
suggest a soothing balm to his hnrt hon
With this new thought urging him on
be hastened into her presence as soon as
he hopped off the car and kissed her.
He did this, thinking possibly that by
this time tomorrow evening he would
be beyond the power of osculation.
Naturally, this unusual demonstration
surprised the good woman.
They had been married 15 years.
"Why, Harry, "she exclaimed, "what
is the matter with you? You seem
strangely excited. "
It was a minute before be could con
trol his voice sufficiently to use it for
"I am," ho fairly snorted. "I have
"How? Who did it?" And the wife's
"By a scoundrel who came into my
office this morning. I have nursed my
wrath all day and now come to you for
advice. Wbat would you do if a man
were to tell you to go to the devil?"
As he strode about the room he kicked
over a table, two chairs and the cat
"Why, Harry," she replied, after the
impulsive manner of women, and with
the utmost sincerity. "I wouldn't go."
Then he sat down and concluded tbat
a good wife's advice was an anchor to
windward in a husband's most tempestu
ous momenta New York Telegram.
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piles or no wj required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Prioe 2ft oents per
box. For sale by Harts A Dllemeyer.
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Dr. Williams' latum Pile Otmateat wffl earn
elnid bleeding, nleerated and Itching piles. It
absorbs the tuiaors, allsrs the itching at once,
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Children Cry for
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Vfttlntl Semecrstlc Convention,
Chicago, tulj 7.
National ZdncsUtatl Association,
7. P 8. C Z Convention,
M aehimetou. July .
B. T P. TJ. of Jnsrica,
Milwaukee, July IS.
national Encampment Q.A.B,
at. Paul, sept l u 4
Eh gaat Through Trains. Wsgner Sleeping Carp,
Buffet Parlor Cits. Exquisite Dining
No tunnel at St. Lonie. Best terminal at
Caicaso. Bert line to BaSalo, Th roach sleeper
to Wseuiog'oo. The po polar lie el the G. A R.
I. o. Eescuncx. b.'i. aunrjr.
Pass. Traffic Her.. Gvu'l Pass. & Tht Aaent
." I 0 Day.
THE ABOVE BESUlTSJaoeh
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Niahtlr KmitwkMi,. Fvil rir-.m. 1
Watx-tig die. sets and aU efleris of seir-aima er
rxceas ami in4fereUon. hulnm Irst Vli.ilt.
rower and Faille Mesncey. Waids sir Insanltr
on hsTlnc VITA MM. aootaer. Can n. earrM in
tawratpoeket. By mall par paLaacaora.
rirS34M with a guarantee to Cure rstefoaat
the Momrj. On-alar Free. Adareas
CALUMET KEDfCINE C0-. CHICAGO, ILL
Per sale by arshall P Miter and Harts at
oetloe. Cures when eU other, fan. Inui
sat Bar. ' WTaty
. , -. soars very iraiy, M
El" Mtatoy tm precavtagyaur
tS-fLT". ejetlce aad send it a-Kh
your order te year wholesale dealer.
STATS OP ILLINOIS, I
Boca Iiun CotnrrT. f ,
la the sonnty court at the Jane tens, A. DM ISM.
Charles H Brandenburg vs Blsry A Gitt, wid
ow, Jennie uctob, scod w uiu. Matilda Phil
lips, Ba rah Adams, Calrla Gilt. John R Gitt.
Cora Blli.. Ida Ely, William Giu and George
Wiggins, administrator of estate of KHzaoetb
Bradley, deceased. Petition to eell nal estate
to pay debts
' To the above-named defendants, M.tlfris Phil
Ips. ftarah Adams, Cslrtn Gm aad Will-am Gitt :
Affidavit of the lua-tMlllMM Af wnm UT.tiLA
Phillips, Calvin Gitt and William Gitt, and affida
vit that yoa. Sarah Adams, cannot he foand. an
that process ran be served upon you, and that
pou uuirou inquiry your pi tee or res'deuce
cannot be ascertained, notice la hereby given to
yon and each of you that the above named peti
tioner has Sled in tbe said court his pe-
uiiua .khiih jvu lor leave 10 sen real estate to
par debts; that a summons has been leaned In
asid cause ssatnst you, returnable to the Jane
term, A. D., 1996. of said conrt to be begua aad
bolden at the court hon.e in the city of Hock ll
snd, ia a. id coanty of Bock Island, on the Iret
Monday of Jane. A D , ltw, at which time and
p ace jou will appear and 'plead, answer or de
mur to aa d petition if yoa eee St.
Dated at Book island. 111., this 9th day of April.
A. D., 1896. H-I4LM1B KOBTLBB,
Clerk of saia Count Co. rt.
. Bsmnr SWuui, solicitors (or Petitioner.
STATE OP ILLIKOI. I
Rock Islsjid Coiktt. (
Ia the county court, April term A. D. IBM. ,
Minnie Pchulta. admlristratrlg of the estate of
Henry Hasher, deceased petitioner, vs. Aaate
Makker, Mary flakier the Rock l.land Mutual
Butidimr. Loan and Savings association: and
Conrad A. Ppiedel aa mardlan of Annie Hanker
and Mary Bakker defondanta.
Petition to sell real estate to pay debts.
To whom it bit concern, notice I. herebv
given that by virtue of an order aed decree of
the county court of Rock Island count.. Illlnoia.
entered on the petition of tbe undersigned , Min
nie ncunita, as aaminieiratriz or ins estate of
Henry uaaker. deceased, for leave to sail the
real estate of ssid deceased at said April term,
A. I . 18SS, of said court, tbe undersigned will on
the Kth dav of rext Mav. the aaaae beine th2M)i
day of May. A. D., 18IM, between the hours of 10
o'clock In tbe forenoon and 4 o'clock m tbe af
ternoon 01 mm day. lo-wtt.. at the boar of
o'clock p. m., sell at public sale at tbe south
door of the court bouse, tn the city of Rock lal
aad in said county and state, to the highest aad
best bidder, tbe real estate described aa follow.,
Lou twelve (It) and fourteen 114) la block
three CD in South Park addition to the city of
Rock Island fat tbe city of Hock Island. In tbe
county of Rock Island and stats of lUiaols, ana
sct to a balance of about two hundred (ghOO) dol
lars still cue upon a mortgage lien executed In
favor of tbe Rock Island Mat nal BaHdine. Loan
Savings association on the Beth day of June.
ibsv anu arawmg six ) per cent per ennum In
terest ; said sale to include -wi iow'e dower and
homestead. Terms of sale cash.
bated this 30th day of April. IS9S.
administratrix of the Estate of Henry Beaker.
C. 1. Sbsblb, Attorney.
STATB OF ILLINOIS, I
noca uLano uocittt,
la Ik. .u. M - . .an.
Catherine Debater, administratrix of the estate
oicnristtan Benater, deceased, pet toner, vs.
Mary Boldo.f. Theodore Hulderf. George
fcihaf.r. Alice Srhafer, tlthrrina Knrth. Wil
liam Kurih, John Senator. Mary Sebafer, James
Sch.fer and Louisa 8chafer. defendants.
Petition to sell real estate to pay debts.
To whom It mav concern: Notice is herebv
given that by virtue of an order and decree of
the coanty court of Rock Island connljr, Illinois,
entered on tbe petition of tbe uulerHrwd.
Catherine debater, as administratrix of tbe es
tate of Christian bchafer. deceased, for leave to
ell the real estate of said deceased at said May
term A. 11. 18M. of said conn. Iba undersiined
will on 'he 4th say of June A. n., 18, between
the hoars of ten (10) o'clock la the forenoon and
four (4) o'clock In the afternoon of aaid day. 10
wit, at the boar of two () o'clock p. m. sell at
pnblie sale at toe south door or tbe court tonse
in tbe city of Bock Island in asid coanty and
ttate. to tae hishest and best bidder the rest es
tate described as follows, ton it:
Soath half (tt)of lot Ave (51 aad the north
fty (to feet of MS eight (-) la Work seventy T0)
ia Chicago or Loweraddltion to the city of iKoek.
Island aad lota one (1 and 1.0 ft) la block three
in Balky Davenport', addition to tie city of
Roek 'Island, all in tbe city of Rock Iaiand. la the
county of Rock I.land aad the s'ate of Illinois,
sid sale to be of sale real estate exonarat. d of
al claim, right or interept therein on account of
dower and homestead In favor af the widow of
the said Christ an Scbafer, deceased. Terms of
Hated tats 5th day of May, IMS.
Administratrix of tbe estate of t hrlstlan ocbafer.
C. i. Bsablb. Sol letter.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed nronisals will be received at the rltv
clerk's office. Rock Island, until Mondsy. May
u,i'm...ivvciiH p.m.. iot constructing ue
improvement orlered ty an ordinance entitled
"A a ordinance for the imnrovemeat of Twelfth
street from the south line of fourth avease to tbe
south corporate limits of tbe city of Rock Island,
state of Illinois, passed Jan. II, 186.'
Ana lorinrnis .ing an tne materials and doing
the work according to plans and spatlficattoas on
file at the dry clerk's ovce. -
Klank bids will b. rerulshed on application.
All bids meat U. sceotnnuil.d with a certified
check in tbe sum of Ave hundred t ttu 0 ) dollar.
oa some kocb laiana nana, payable 10 the order
of tbe msur of said city, watch st-slt become
forfeited to said Cl'y la case the balder .ha 1 fall
to enter Into contract wttb approved sureties to
execute the aork for the pries mentioned la hut
bid sad according to the plans and specif ettlons
la the event that the contract shall be awarded to
Contractors are required tofraisb samples of
brick with whleb wotk l to be done. Brick used
ia the work must corresDOi.d wit h tbe nmnles in
quality and atyle.
mock tsiana, ill., stay a. inn.
A. D. Oi aautu. City Clerk.
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spelling on which your druggist 5
smokes Twice as much ??...
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Yoei are, anatitfedl tn
FREE rwn yosir wholesale
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ajiaa UllltlK,! 11
AVCOUCO yon bay,
Bcami Pm with mmrU
whether 15 ox., 8 oz., 4 ox., or
a ox., packages.
We have notified every whole "
sale dealer in the United states
tbat we will supply them with son
toglve yoHJc-REE- OnIegoo4
apply of genuine Durham at
. oace, sad insist oa retting yoar
oap. On bar of Soap FREE with
offered for a limited tlane, so order
Conneny as CknnuHj,
Attorneys at Law.
Seer, over .aTlloheP Lysde't
Jackaoa 6s Hurst,
- Attorneys aft Law.
OSVse la Roek Ulead Xitasnal Beak hetlelac.
Sweeney as WaJker,
Attorneys and Counoellors at Law
la Bine si. a Black.
CbArloa J. Bearla,
Attorney at Law.
Lsgal bnslaiBS of an Hade pmmrptly
e. State's Attorney ef etock lilaat
ee, fehmaee Block.
McEnlrj At IfcEnlrf,
Attorneys at Law.
Bseaor oa awed eeeamvi aaaai
lone. SWereeea. afltchaU Lpade,
Drack &s Kerne,
Architects sad Buperinteadesto.
RoamttKitehaUm Lynda hajldjag. Becccd
Oeo. P. Btandohax,
fas' an elaaa af
brJldlaga. Rooms as esd St, BQKheU J, Lyade
buUdlag. Take elavasor. a.
Or John E Hawthorne,
Haw Dental Parlor. , everHartaAl
Drag state. Third arena aad 1
The latest ppnlarmowte for ektlied laatal work.
Henry Oaetje, Frop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all
City store, lew Second avenue. Telephone ltlo.
Dr. W. H. LudewLs.
Specialist of Eye, Ear, Nose
Office ra Trewana'. new balldlng, em em Ssv;
eataenU street and Third a venae. Book Island,
telephone Bo. 10.
Dr. Chas. let jftrtMrteon,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
OSSce, WhtftlBsi Block, Boa th wee
abrd aad Brady atresia. Haven pel
seme If and IS. Eonrsi lMUa.Bk.Italp.nl
TBI tlCTfS PaTSTS.
Meamin's Prench Fo-
male PiUs, have aeew
aokl lor over vwentr
yaaiaanii uaed by Thou
eanda of Ladiaa. wh
that they are aaaamnid
ee a apariae nwnthly
aaadlcma. for haiated site
raliet cd PaufaL and
Irregular Jlaceea. JTe
Price- BIM a boa. with
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Bold by M. r. B.hasaa. druggist.
wiU do H used eg a wash according ue iltn all....
prevent tiaaaauavloa of blood dni.aea, akla 4us
eawa, aeate and chronic a leers, etrtctare, l.aais
of the ksads and feet, Krasma, Tetter, Salt aken
ntalism. lnltaaatioa of the Bladder, rinii ef
the aoaes, Vi.u sad muaaiea. KyphileUc leeanttv.
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ahaadredether farms rf fli.i.n ari traraaWa
for watch the or. J season's English Safety Taa
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Killer, readerlag ceetagtoa hardly poestele, hence
w ttfcJ' trobi7raa fita?
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