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m THP AltGTJB, THURSDAY. MAY 14, 1890. ' g
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Vhat the Editor Heard. I KAIX "BtTlIE Y(W;t LM":r!!!j mii- :
. - " . VV Ufbtataed by Diver, from hrin l ili W ' I irir. - - ... . -. -
m e concur ..
Connelly ft Connelly
Attorneys at Law.
Offlc, mitl looe. orsr Mitch I Lynda's
Jackson tc Hurst,
Attorneji mt Law.
Offlc la Bock Iilaad Sattoaal ban keildlo;.
C L WALKS
Sweeney tt Walker,
Attorney and Cooncellor at Law.
OIBr la Bet (tun block.
Attorney at Law.
Local ansloese of all kitds promptly stUsed
to. atst' Attorney of Hack 1 land ceoatr.
oeicj. rtatofflos block.
MeEntry tc HcEnlrj,
Attorneji at Law.
tM mosey M rood acearlt, stake eo'.lee
ttoao. kefeeeeca. Mltcaall LjmU, aaskare.
vine, rostoTuce DMCB.
Architect ami Superintendent.
Room tl. M.tcatll A Ljtfe taUVItg. Second
GEO. P. STACDCHAR
Plan awl i-per1iit 4 nrm tat all clarseeof
D.iMiiaga. Kocma la nun Okicc.
Dr. John E. Hawthorne.
w Deatal rarlors, earn Hafts At Cuarwr t
Drat Mora, Third aeeaoe and Twsottotb street,
Tbe latest appolata.eaU foe skilled denial week.
Henry Gaetje, Prop.
Cat Flower and Deilzn 'of all
Clti ilor. tan? Second armse. Telephone wo.
Sr. W. H. Lndewlg.
Specialist of Eye. Ear, Kcze and
Ctnee a Tremai.n'. new Mtltrllnr. corarr Scv
Mr en .tea t and Tklrd areas. Hock l.'aad.
Tk pease. Ma. low.
Dr. Chas. IX. Robertson,
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Only.
tlfflte, WbltUktr Block. sonthaett corner Third
and Brady streets, ravcaport, Iowa. Booma 17
aadl. Hour.: t to tl a. ta . I tod p a.
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred WoltmaD, Jeweler,
Reliable Good at
1805 SE10.1D ATE3CE.
A Weary Woman,
A rrmiiirnt Ohio lad v. without
rc.t ir iiioiiiIin. a test ot it
tltiriMitf unit wlnu ended it.
If tbe inner Hres nl thmt.nml
hi r.rn.tnnt pain, th,' hart 1,'r vrnnTfonKBt
Horn anair:it h-m. n woul.1 ainrvcl at their
m am m cnae tn point.
' J"r the fHi.t three
. ' been irrcnt
' ''i j ""rrrr. Was ai'.
.-fi?M ortter. H.ln..ti
"tinw ret inracf.
en tnoath. The as,
of tour Wild nlivc
and M Title Tunic
aae cnrrtl me nrr
an diaraara nerallar ta the ea-luioK what
rheH-iana canaitt: heranw Ihrr conlnlq in.
vr-iiant prnrt tcallT ankmwa t the pmH
Therlorte who diamrrred the trent
irrnt. anee hf liar to the atari j if female riw.
r . . Hh rriaa will appeal to Trior comment
Wilri tilive ta n)tlied tr t heaeitt of the
di--!.r. Mrrtle Tonic ar nn tntrrwal remcrij
'.1.1M ap the health. The nrx-e t. earh.
lie r.in hare a barmUaa, efTt-etiTe home
trentrrrnt at little ctprafc. ftamplca aaU a
ln.ii le irraivr free.
ICTuK MtUICAL ASSOCIATION.
bouth txad. lad.
Uu K. J. SAKatBT. Airent.
Itt TalrtrweVeMb SU. TaifU ara. Bock lataad
A STORY FROM CAYUGA CO.; N. Y.
BUaa Pcautell. mf KUea, S. Tails af
trade of tba Klawlcaatm
OVoia Iht Otxmga Co., X. r Independent,
Hearing through Mewra. Alien A Btirch,
druciirta of Nile, that Mr. Mku Z.-'rn-hell,
a rwpeTted citizen of thai town had
b n eurci of a bad eae of sciatic ibenma
tiitu hr Ue ok of lr. Williams' Pink Fills
for Tale I'eople, th, editor of tbe Csraga
i'rUDtT Independent determined to k'aow
,raSh -f 'he natter and went out to
Nile. Mr.- I'.-unoll u farmer and lies a
neat nml r-.mf.rti;l.io home near Nile. We
akl Mr. IVonr ll if il was true th.;t he l.r.d
been eurnl .f a hed eae of rhmniaihta br
Ir. Wtilinnis fink Mils. He raid thai
Ui:ve year, sirn in Anpuit ImiI, l.e was
s-izrl with rerrre fmivn in tire Lip, just
where the friatic nerve is, which pnuMy
rin rlowa liis lej making life a nun-re t'r.
bin but not pn.Ter.ting liim In tu iloing
MKiie w.rk on the farro. tsu-n after he ua
'outline her when he lim-d off tl.e !ad
and bit his liiu on the wheel. Alter this
le W3 worse, sufferine preat npr.r, crd
f'r siais tici was o liable to do any wnrk.
He pfik sueh nwdicinrs as his iliy.-.:eiun
rirererbT-d anJ imprcived snmcahst Vo 1 1ml
ne conld help some arour.d tbe farm rtain.
Ab'.ot Thsr.kpieinff time he ws helpinj; tr
put awjv I'jUie barrels jf cider which he IiliI
made, when he strained b.m.'elf and 'rs.ie
b-eam- helpless. lie then trie! tnether
pliT:ri:-a who felt eonEtlent of enrint; h.m
by tiii iinf the electric batterr ami V.inii-e.-iuwh'.-ii
he procriUd. I'.ut failn:c ts
tlis rc alt, he get no better, snd ar...t!.cr
phrsu-ion wes tried cr.d treated hint for
tiu". lly this time bis whole buly
was afTeru-i!. fharp paim would start in
iiis hand or fo-t, run sp ere side of hi
IkkIv, over i:H rhoohlers and then down the
fh -r :l end then ju. I.1T for a short tin e.
riirw p-.ins would rotarn rejnilarlv, ttTicl
n; ui wlii.lc Ih .Iv. and cetliit.ir seeimd tc
re!;i j him and he bepin to d.-pair I ee:
V illi wll. In llieFprinc of IK'S a relative
i i another rountr read of a cave very s n.i
:art Mr. IVni vIrs, wl.i. h had lieeii tnrtd
y I'iuk l'itl-, snd sr-nt the article to h.m,
1. Lib? if it Ji.l not suit his cate. Jt m
rery j-itiiilir find he uetermirr.l to try ll-m.
H-c tiimriicl takinu l ink Tills and srr.n
It lfer, the pains hecame less tioh nt
ilit l.t!s.-r intervals between them. He
iVIt euciurared and persevered in tin ir lire
m l so n h-r-ame ab!e to work en the hum.
ml in April or May ha felt so frrefrrin
win that h? ronidcrl himself a well ncn
iisin. Hs M.va le has pn bably tski n :'C
aoses and ab'e to do as pood a day's wetk as
m other man, end we can say that he
irk like a hnle tnd hearty man who had
nevrr known sirVness.
lr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all the
elements nerewnry to cire new life and rich
r.es to the blond ani restore shattered nerris.
They are for sale by all drnireits, or sany be
htd by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine
Pompany, Schcnectadr. N. y, for 60c, tier
box, or sis boxes for $2.50.
of surplus is behind
the guarantees in
the new policy of
The Equitable Life
and there are a
' LIFE ASSCRAXCK SOCIETY.
COUNTRYMAN & EBICiON,
General Agentr, Galesbur?, 111.
reliable Female Ml ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommendexl to
ri married Ladies. Ask for
1 I Dn. mmawm
X-J PEUTROYAL PILLS
and take no other. Sexd for ctbct-lar.
lYice St.oo per box, 0 boxes for $5.08.
OJL ROTrs CHEMICAL CC, Chnlisl. Obis
Said by T. B. Thoaua. drncjcwt.
Cream Balm CATARRH
Is quickly absorbed.
Cleanse ih? Nasal
Pain aiid Intlamnia-
tion. Heals all the
Sores. Protects the
Membrane from Ad
ditional Cold, lie
stores the Senses of
Taste and SmelL
(live relief at once v
OLD n HEAD
and u will cure.
Anarticl.la a-n lied dlrsotyfaito tkwMMtrtla
ana ta ssreaabia. Pi lea 60c at dracslata ae by anil
BLT BRUTUBBS, as fVarrea atraet. Saw Tork
HiiT'icttiai cf lux.
Ssrt xti lxu.
IU aS CUl a? Teal
wwk n KOifrs.
Sidinp;, Flparing, WalBacoaUnp;
13 ih street, bat. 4th and 6th avenae.
m m pis
. - . a 1 f .
pour of Dampness. '
WIBD BLOWS A Y0UH0 T0MAD0.
SlMcta as Water Take, the Lisfetainc Oat
at the Trelley awd Mow the Street Cars
Two Men Drowsed ia the River mm
Mnch Ilamaire Done te Property Cy
clase la Oklahoma That Ia Fatal as
Well as Destraetlve.
isT. Louis, May 14. One of the most
terrific forty -mile per hour wind and rain
atnnus that ever struck this city prevailed
yesterday afternoon between 6:80 and 6
o'clock. During that Unto O.60 inches of
watvr fell, most of It within five minutes.
Trees, signs, chimneys, smokestacks.
house roof g and tcliraph and telephone
poles with their burden of wire were pros-
t rated in various section of the city . The
continuous and heavy streams of water
which fell formed a connection between
the trolley wires and the -round, causing
the escape of the fluid which resulted in
a stoppage bf ears all over the city during
tnestorm. -- . .;
Two Men Drowned la tha River.
. Two unknown men in a skiff near the
niinois sicio or trie river were drowned by
the capsizing of their boat, and two more
who were thrown out of a yacht by the
violence of the Wind had a narrow escape
from death. At Fifteenth and Washing
ton streets the large wooden spire of the
German Lutheran church was twisted so
tadly that its fall is expected momentarily,
The STiO-foot smokestack of the Anthony &
huhn brewery was blown down. In fall
ing it struck the corner of the brew house.
cutting it off clean to the ground. The
same storm prevailed throughout Mis
souri. Kansas, Nebraska,' Arkansas and
the lower and central Mississippi veltey.
Much Damage In East St. Louis.
The wind seems to have been stronger
In East !St. Louis, Ills., than anywhere
else tn this vicinity. About 000 feet cf
wooden sidewalk on Missouri avenua was
picked up and blown across the street.
The planks wero lifted so hieh that they
broke down tho trolley wires, stopping the
street railway service. A large force cf
men was put at work repairing the dam
age. DEATH RESULTS IN OKLAHOMA. '
Wouian Killed In the Rains of .Her House
and Other Fatalities Humored.
St, Louis, May 14. A special to The
Republic from Perry, O.T, says: YestFT
diiy and last night Oklahoma was visited
by a cyclone. At Marshall, twenty-five
miles southwest of here, Mrs. Jones was
fatally injured by the wind blowing down
her house. Ten miles west of Stillwater a
terriUo cyclone raized a dozen houses in
one community and hurt several persons
Iwdly. hut not fatally. Growing crops
were budly damaged in Its pnth. It mndo
its way to tho northeast and caiifcd de
struction as -it went. This wns about 8
o'clock at night, but the path of the cy
clone being forty miles cast of hero no
lurther newscan bo obtained.
Rumors are that several persons were
killed near Dawson and Jennings, thirty
miles east of Stillwater, hut the reports
cannot be verified. Parties arriving from
White Rock township, in the northwest
part of this county, report that a very de
structive wind, hail and rinstorm visited
oust of Grant county at 9 Tclock nt night
and did great damage to crops. Wheat is
nearly up aud corn two feet high, and in
the path of tho storm it was completely
beaten to the ground.
CniPPEWA Falls, Wis., May 14. There
is grc-.it excitement hore oyer the report
that a great cloudburst broke over Bloom
er Inst evening, sweeping away bridges,
culverts, small buildings, fences and
other things. The wires are down and it
Is impossible to get definite information.
Loss of life Is reported.
Destructive Rains la Wisconsin.
Chippewa Falls, May 14. Destructive
storms of rain visited this section of the
country yesterday, doing much damage in
the country and especially along the track
of tho Wisconsin Central railway west of
Although an Englishman, Leighton
was brought np abroad, and this is no
doubt a sufficient reason why his works
seem to stand apart from those of his
contemporaries of the English school.
Bom at Scarborough on the 3d of De
cember, 1880, tho son of a doctor, he
was taken abroad at a vrry early age
on account of his mother's delicate
health. In 1840 the Leightous went to
Ranie, where he learned drawing regu
larly under Signor MelL They then
moved to Dresden and Berlin, where he
attended classes at the ' academy. Iu
1843 he was sent to school at Frank
fort, and in the winter of tho following
year accompanied his family to Florence.
It was here that his future career was
finally settled. His father consulted Hi'
ram Powers, the celebrated American
sculptor, who, in answer to the ques
tion, "Shall I make him an artist?" re
plied, "Sir, yon have no choice in the
matter; nature has done it for you."
Cosmo Monkhouse in Scribner's.
The Cockney Ttow.
While the tower of Babel was being
built a bricklayer on tho top scaffold
ing bawled out to a laborer below to
bring np some bricks. While tbe labor
er gased upward, opefl mouthed, a large
lump of mortar feil from the bricklay
er's trowel and lodged in his mouth.
We are told that the guttural sounds he
made in ejecting, the mortar formed the
basis of the German language. Lundou
Globe. . .
The Terrible African rawer. '
During 1883 we built Kinipoko and
Gobi la stations, explored the Kwa and
Alifini rivers, and discovered Lake Leo
pold H, but on returning from this voy
age I was attacked by a violent fever.
It was ray second experience of the dan
gerous hematuric type. - I was uncon
scious for days, and on recovering my
senses found that my legs had swollen
to an immense size. For a mouth after
ward it appeared to me as if a quarter
of a hundredweight of mercury had been
Injected into each leg. Heury 1L Stan
ley in Century. ? v-.
St. ' Louis Deluged by a Down
-, laid by Salt Water.
The hottest region cn tbe earth's sur
face is on the southwestern coast of Per
sia, on the border cf the Persian cnlf.
For 40 consecutive days in the months
cf July and August the mercury has been
known to st&nd above 1 00 degrees in the
snaoo, mgnt aca day. and to run up as
nign as iou argrees in tho afternoon.
At Bahrein, in the center cf the most
torrid part of .this most torrid belt.
tftougn n wero nature's intention to
make tho plce as unbearable as possi-
010. water iniiii wt iis is scniethine nn-
known. Great shafts have been sunk to
a dcyuh of 200, 300. end even COO
feet, but always with the santo result
This serious drawback notwithstand
ing, a comparatively numerous popula
tion concrivt 3 ta iivo there, thanks to
copiccs springs which burst frcra the
bottom of tho guif moro than a mile
frcm the sh&ra The water from these
springs is cL tained in a most curious and
novel manner. Machadorcs (divers,.
whese sole ccccpaf ion is thatcf furnish
ing the people of Bahrein with the life
giving flnid, repair to that portion of
tne guii wntre tne springs aro situated
and bring away w ith them hundreds of
bags full of the water each day. The
water of the gulf whero the springs
ours, icrin is nearly zoo feet deeti. but
theee machadore3 manage to fill their
goats&m sacks by diving to the bottom
and holding tho mouths of the bags over
icon tain jets this, too, without allow
uiKuioisuinaitT ia me gull to mix
with it The source cf these submarine
fountains is thought to bo iu the hills
of Osmond, 400 cr GOO miles away. Be
ing situated at the bottom cf tho gulf,
it is a mystery how thty wero ever dis
covered, but the fact remains that they
have L-een known since the dawn cf his
tory. Public Opinion. -
Lone Drawn Oat.
Private John Allen of Mississippi was
Standing near the corner of Delaware
avenue and First street, when a man
who had his hand -n his stomach came
up and said:
"Beg pardon, bitt you have the lcok
of a physician an eminent physician."
"Oil, I'm no doctor!" modestly re
plied the Tupelo BtatesniaiL
"Sorry for that, but perhaps you can
give me some information. What are
the symptoms cf poisoning?"
"Huve you bscn poisoned?" exclaim
ed Allen, thoroughly alarmed.
"Well, I bavo queer feelings in my
stomach." the man remarked.
"Is it a burning sensation?" sympa
thetically inquired the AXississippian.
"Do you have spasmodic pains?"
"Feel shivery, with a great thirst and
"No, nothing like that. I ferl a eom:
plete goneness for about a foot up and
down here, and every time I think of
ham and eggs my mouth waters. "
"Why, it may be hunger," suggested
the private with much concern. -"I
shouldn't a bit wonder if it was.
being I haven't eaten anything fcr 36
"Humph!" muttered John Allen, as
he surveyed the man three or four
times and then handed him 25 cents.
saying: - -
My friend, better get semo new
scheme. It takes too long to come to tho
point in this." Washington Cor. New
Alive Four Months la a Grave.
Hari Das, the great Hindu fakir.
who lived in the first half cf the cen
tury, ia the only wonder worker cf mod
ern times who has ever allowed himself
to be buried in the ground for mouths.
In the year 1839 Hari told General Ven
tura that for a certain fee he would al
low a committee to test the claims
which he made of being able to die and
remain dead for months and then come
to life again. When all was arranged,
Hari hypnotized himself to such a de
gree that his circulation was wholly
stopped. When he was pronounced dead
to all intents and purposes, he was bur
ied in a garden and a high wall built
around the grave. Guards were station
ed on the wall so that interference or
deception would be impossible. Four
months later Hari was exhumed accord
ing to agreement, and after a few min
utes of -vigorous rubbing of his body bv
friends he opened his eyes and an hour
later he was well and able to walk.
The fakir was clean shaven when buried.
ana is said to have come out ot the
grave in the same shape, a fact which is
cited to prove that vitality must have
been completely suspended St Louis
Baeklon-s Araioa Salva
The beat salve in the world for
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rheum, fever sore. , tetter, chapped
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eruption a, . and poaitively cures
piles or no pay required. It i guar
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money refunded. Prioe 36 oenU per
box. For sale by Harts UUemeyer.'
Dr. WIluaaM' tndtaa PU, Ointment win cars
bUb bleed inn, nlamsHi and Itcaiaf pOea. It
absorbs tha tataors, allays the ttchlav at eaca.
acts as a poultice, gives Instant ranef. Or. wu
Baaw Indlaa Pua Omtaeut is prepared oalf for
eae. Every bob Is piatantesd. Said by drn.
rV -assay aadl. fcvMaeata an SI par box.
WCaaaw Baeafeetarta. toaiaaay. Proirtietera,
Bas was aMB. we trans ear
ha was a OaUd. cried t or
BUBs ab ola&c W
. Children C17 for
law j ta.
ae In Pasadena. Cat- and the Other In
- " Las Ana-alea.
"One night in the Cffice of the Hotel
lutymona 111 rasaaena, taL, said a
traveler, "1 met General Nelson A.
Miles. I was introduced to him by Ma
jor cen u. Truman. The office was ' a
big apartment with a great fireplace cn
one side of it. There were largo rooking
chairs scattered about for the comfort of
guests who chose to sit there, and it
was a room to which ladies did not he
itate to come if they had. occasion to
- "On this night there was afire in the
great fireplace, perhaps as much forj
cneennuiess sake as anything else, and
the big room was decidedly a rileasant
place. General Miles, Major Truman
ana niyseit sat there until II o'clock.
The general talked freely and most in
terestingly. and to me it was a most
enjoyable evening. I had always had
tne heartiest admiration for General
Miles I had been a soldier myself
ana 1 tnonght 1 should always remem
ber that cveuhis with srratifieation. -
"The next mornillfr. whilA nninir nnt
of the Hotel N&deau in Los Angeles, I
met a genucinau who said 'Good morn
ing. ' I stopped and talked, but I could
not possibly recall him. Presently he
" ' You don't remember me.
"I said I did not.
" 'My name is Miles,' he said.
"Well, I wished that the Hotel Na
deau had been getting in coal and that
there had been a convenient coal hole
onen for -mo to slide into. Vine then.
wasn't, and I did the host. Iennlrl nn.w
the circumstances, which I guess was
poor enongn, but the general was per
fectly good humored about it, for which
x was prurounaiy tiianuuL
"Seeing the general in a different
light, or amid totally different surround
ings and when I had least expected to
meet mm. conmed nrhnn with c
degree of natural absentminduess on my
part, had brought this discomfiture upon
me, and chagrin over this second en
counter with General Miles has always
materially lessened my enjoyment of
the first. "New York Sun.
SUGAR MAKING IN CUBA.
The Crude Methods That Were In fse
' Twenty Teara Ago,
TwentV VCUirS aero, ill thrum fimra t1
6lavery and high prices, but little at ten
tion was given to machinery or engi
necniur. Planters tt-prp ennteiir. tr mt
what tonnage of cane they could from
an acre 01 iaua.
The conn wa rimnirlit. tn tVtn enm
nouse, where the laborers elowlv nnt ir.
on tno carrier, passing it to the milL
- -y r
whero it was rolled or ground between
the rolls of a three roller mill tn extract
tho juice, getting an extraction cf 55
per cent out or a possible 85 or 88 per
cent 01 tne whole weight in the cane.
ihe cane was brought to the srumr
house 'train, " which was a set of four
or five kettles set in brickwork, having
a strong nre under the smnllr-st r
"Strike" kettle. The flnmpa nnacnri nn.
aer ana around all the kettles, tbe un
consumed Bases escanimr ihmnrh a
chimney. The combustion was so imper
fect that at night flames could be seen
many feet hiirh. cominc fmm the ton of
The lareest of these Vet ilea tyv;wu1
the raw juice, and there it was limed
and skimmed as the impurities rose. - It
was then ladled to tbe next kettle in
succession, each tune being thickened in
density and reduced in bulk bvevariora-
tion until it arrived at the "strike"
kettle, where a skilled attendant knew
the exact noint at which tn stnn rim fir
and ladle out the mass into the crystal
lizing pans, in which it was allowed to
In a few davs it was firm nnncrli An
be taken out, placed in hogsheads and
allowed to drain in the storehouses.
losing at least one-sixth in drinnincr mo
lasses. The hogsheads were then repack
ed and placed on carts and drawn many
miles to the railroad for shinment to
the merchants' stores at the seacoast.
where they were again allowed to drain,
were renacked. reweiirhed mid enld. tlm
piling up an expense account that made
me prouis 100K sum ; Dnr, as sugar was
Sellillir nt a hifTh rate thrHSi o-ennnor
could be borne. A. W. Colwell in Gas
sier s Magazine.
The real obstacle in the way of inter
national arbitration is not so much a
lack of efficacy in the method as the
lack of a disposition to try it The ara-
tem of arbitration necessarily presup
poses that nations desire an amienhta
adjustment of their differences. Such
an adjustment may be prevented either
by a willful opposition to it or by the
adoption of a style of controversy that
will render argument impracticable.
Against sueh obstacles it is difficult to
contend, since their direct tendency and
effect is to bring about a collision be
fore an arbitrator can intervene. It is
obvious that arbitration can no more
afford an absolute safeguard against
such contingencies thau can a system of
municipal law absolutely prevent men
from attempting to settle their differ
ence by fighting in the street, if they
desire thus to revert to primal condi
tions. Yet severe penalties, strictly en
forced, may reduce such chances "to a
minimum, and it is conceivable that a
scheme of international action might be
devised so comprehensive as to render a
resort to war exceedingly difficult aud
hazardous. "The Possibilities of Per
mauent Arbitration" in Century.
eerlnl Life Lone Ace.
The stately dame of the court of Ed
ward IV rose with the lark, dined at
11 a. m. and retired to rest at 8 in the
evening. Henry VIII went back to 10
iu ure juosuuig ior.ainner and .had
supper at 4, In Qnccu Bess' days her
maids of honor began tbe day with a
round of beef or red herring and a flagon
of ale for breakfast at about 6 :30 aud
dined at 1 1, and then went to the play
house in the afternoon, not later than
S. sometimes a early as 13 :20, accord
ing to th order of the play and theday.
A veiy 'smooth article
The largest: piece of Mood
tobacco ever sold for 10 cents
tu r- s.- .and
5 cent piece ,s nearly as
lfH aJ? of of her
high grades fors 10 cents
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Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates -as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage is Soiled lad
Office 1820. Second At.
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Harper Bona B oca.
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In SO days by a new perfected dentiae method
uuu cannot ran oaless tbe case 1 beyoad baman
aid. Tr.u feel Improved tee drat day; fee.
a benefit erery day; s-on know joi.rseir a kins
amor-ir men In body, mind and heart, lirslr.a and
KMwies ended, erery obstaeia to happy married life
removed. , Nerve force, will, energy, braia power
tonolesreraltfaUIly. Mailed every wb. re, SMled
forjl. 8ix boxeo forks. A. 4. KetM, PoorUi
avsaae and Tweno-tbir street. Bock LsUod.
anoTonajs a TUB aa am
raooucEl i- .
ihc a bote RESUlTSJanch Day.
moves nr'nsness. Itnroteiu-v. I
w-ewrly -KmlrMi.iii., KtiI fl-vmna, t
'" daesnes aud aU -Hat of airTSoM5
livrrelirm. Krl.r. Lst Vitality
Power and Faiiinc Memory. Wurl .f IuskuIit
and I oonaumpt iob. Cnres wlien all oiuers fs' L I n:t
on hsTliir V ITA LIS. no rrther. c.a I rarrll I,
tbe yeat pocket. My marl tnnt par aaLkarr
CALUMET KEDtCiNE C0-, CHICAGO. ILL
ror aale by Marataau At Fhfcer and Earta A
Pllaisyir. diaswlala. .
rf'-" ST 1
Sawed Building Stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans lent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned:
promptly at our expense.
12 miles from Bock Island on the
C. B. Q. R. B. Trains Nos.
5 and 6 will stop and let visitors
off and on.
Sample of Stono and Photos of
Building can be seen at Boom
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynda' build
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Kock Island or Colona, 111.
Baths of all kinds. Including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at tha Sanitarium
Bath Booma, on the first floor of
the Harper Honse.
For Ladles From a. m. to
13 m. on wtsk days for tfen.
tlemea From p. m to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms win 0WTa ftom n
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen -enlT.
Elactrlc and Kleetro-thermal
baths mar ba obtained at any '
time during holiness koars.
HymaaaiaBa nonawetwd with bnak
II. 'U. BBIQ6S.
RealEstate, LorTinLnoe, ite
AND HOUSES TO RENT. '
Office 1008 Second Ava., Bok: LOand.
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