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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1896.
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THROUGH CAK SERVICt
l.int-a nst of Peoria cirry throoijl
maoitr.s Mii s:epinp car on uign
tralni to principle elUea.
Gea. T'.oKot Ant.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheBDnoas. dorabilitf aud
liimnt y excelled by non. This
btono'doca not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Tiaa. eent
as tor wtituate will raoiiva
PArefol ttntion and be returned
tronmtlv at our expense.
ri...rrirtj 15 ml!e from Rock
Inland on the C, B. Q. K. R.
Train Nos. and 10 will atop
and let visitor, off and on.
Bridge stone, com crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
hsmpus of Stone and Photos of
Buildings can be seen at Kontn
No. 12. Mitchell A Lynda's build
Arthur Burrall, manager,
Rock Island or Colona. 111.
Bwwv S'vi mm isvsv
..a - kiIimm r.r m. .hi. l 4nwi4a
Lly attained by thoaa tio in Poaaom'a
i moment in a w
. tnan'a life is when
i- sne leels for the
y$&r first time the clin;-
- mi? caress of her
own baby's fin.
Brers. How manw
r thtmsands of women
miss this greatest, o-
and live ont drearr.
lives, because of ilU
n?aith. I -very woman snocld realize the
sajwtrac importance of healthy vigor and
strc-nir'.h of the orrans distinctly feminine
Unless a wnman is willinir to be that least
envied of her sex, a childless woman, she
carnvrt afford to neglect this feature of her
. 1k bp?t known and most successful med
ic:!:" ftr the cure of all diseases and weak.
nt?ser, of the fcroala rcpTodnctive organs is
Ir. Pirrct's Favorite Prescription. Hnn-
flrc-cs oj nomes mat tor years remained
l,limirr?w5 mm iiiik nuu I'llliuisn langbter aft
a rt-siiii 01 ii-.e i ueucial enccts of the Fa.
vorite Prrt.TlItlon." It is the trrn9rnt..a
of an eminent and skillful specialist. Dr.
n.. . ri. nr. rui ycais n nas oeen used
bv rr. Vicrce in his daily practice in th
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at
luunio. ., r. Kieaiesi institution of
the ki:i.l in the world. It has relieved ihnn.
sand . womrn from sutfi rine and main mJ
prepared thousands for the successful per-
W. K. M il.-o!ra. of Knobrl. Cliv Connt a.
kansa. wnlt-s : " Since I last wrote von we have
hail a tia!y mrl Iwjrn to us. Mv wife took vour
Ml.leti M(-iiic3i liscfrerv' aod nlv vour Fa
vor it t- Prescription all luniiir the exoertant
jViiwi an;t uiiui mmucmnii, inu sne nad no
iroiii.i 10 mcuuon. a wimirr, Heartier child
tt ns never b-jrn. Mir child will tte one vpar ,.r
mr the sth inst. and she has not been sick a
l:tv. Has not hart so much as the coluv It Um
fact. sir. and we ha-e not had to he np with her
as (l(en as twice at nisht since her birth. My
wile rmd not even a fever for the two or three
days after the child was horn, although the
attending physician told us that such would he
inr r:i-e. tur neiirnnors remarked to me that
they th-Micht my wife the stoutest liltlr woman
tr.ry ever Knew, we inink our gorxl health due
10 ine use 01 y .ni i lamity memories.
Pr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure consti.
pation. Constipation is the cause of many
diseases. Cure the cause and you cure the
disease. One "Pellet" is a gentle laxa
tive, and two a mild cathartic Druggists
s.ro showing our
Usual line of line
Jt welry and
Pred Woltman, Jeweler.1
Eil;.i trtotla at
IH1U KU.1 AVUSVl.
A Woaiatfs Youth.
Iloultli aiwl ItaiMiiitoss too 4ifto
:uwli Willi irllKMHl,
iVhen does tl:e lilijrht cotne? Too ofle
when the Ijtion of motherhood shocld el
rt nice lne's halTitineiu. "When li:iliv cr:
-tttli th i.irieil 1:1 mnnv n woman a exK-r
eiKe. Hut thousaiiMswhohavelK-heTctl tha
:he iiror. cneri: v :ttid ov ol hertlth were V"
l..ri; .er. have bs-cn riuiccd ns this one. "l-o-
titteeu years 1 v
lieen nrhwtcd witl
ntion ami enlarge
merit of the ntems
have failed to re
lieve. Itst Alay a
atieeialtstsaitl 1 was
n ttttnl wreck-no
heln forme. 1 lenrn
eilof WildOlive and
Mvrtle Tonic. Two
Eil MS." MKS. 1. I
V(M II.K1KJK. Uii
eva. N. Y. This is
titit eneof the thon-
a.-inds that have
t en cured tiv these remedies. Wild olive w
1-val treatment. It iil nlonecnrea in
:T'tvnf these cases. Mrrtle Ttmie repuity
!:ild.i no the cenerr.! health ami strengthens
i.ie nervous system. 1 liese rontinitaiK'n rein
eilies are the most common-sense treatment
n..i'!e. Cures air ouieker than ly any other
:actt!t'tl ami ncrniam-iit. l'iivsielitn-a treat-
nviit. is triamsivr. tlisaiirrcatne. usually inci-
ctii.-.l. Cure oneself tiuieklv zt htmie. The
t'les nn s;i. i-ii-h. Sninoles ami n helului
!ise. PKi;i;. VIOTtlK MF.IHCAL
;.s.lATlJN, South ilend, Iutliano.
Mhs M. J SBf.rT. A.at,
1 la rrj RoeaiMaa4
aassaaw - a saaj Sks spa a at
N a-htty Kmiasii-.n. Kvil lin-ama.
Iff Tt!MAMw H lit all rua a r.ill.M nf
iwm,h h,!rri,n. RMor-last Vitaiitr.
rr .nil tailins; Meinorr. V'aM. off lnsahltj
autl csinaumrtton. rniMKhMBiiMiwhii in.xi
I on bavltiji ITAt.l. noeilier. CinbrNrnfdli
in-jt noc-i. n,D,il .it.rku,.ai
ffr93.aoith arnaranfw to Inr aiiUfawl
Huafr. J'li-nlar Free. A.lttrrsa
CALUMET KfDICINE CO., CHICAGO. ILL
rnr sale by Simill i nam At
aUat-lanrani mi auk.
ass aa Hast at Wnt
Siding. Flooring, Wainseoatlur
jaaaaw--Bjnw ayaj 'niaarm
1HE above ifsnnL... Ij'.V F
rv uieiasi. fnii.-iui,. I traAria9.
DID IT HURT YOU!
A On est to That 1 Oftcai (M
suul tamnmr.T. I
The old hymn in Sam Taylcr "Orig
inal Poema" beginning with ' Who ran j
au xieip mt9 iv uru a At'ii - uuufe iu un
a prvviKiuual clause addml to it. The
person who hastens
to htlp a roffi-rtr I
who has been ahcrked by a tall should
not say a aincle word. Of course tho
benevolent bystander is brirufal of
questions: "Where are yon hurt?"
'Have you sprained yocr luikler' and
lastly the iusana request to know
whether yon can full down a fiirbt of
20 steps or from a piazza 10 feet above
gronnd and not be damaged any mute
than if yon had thrown yourself tin a
down pillow only a foot away.
Of coarse yoa are hurt, and the nerve
shock is so ipreat that any sort of ques
tion, even if "they" shall felcu hot
water, is an additional blow to the u-rr-
oos systtux. lou are SwinnuK, jK-r-
hups, too much to spoak, yet tly jielt
you with questions while every power
of your body is endeavoring to regain
self control. Yon ouht not to answer.
Yon would like to scream that "it
hurts" a hundred titu s uuro fr l.iii)
sumuune4 to speak and to diaguusc
All instructions iu the line of I irst
aid to the injured" should begin with.
"Be perfectly silent whin you ran to
lilt or belp a pr,u who lias been
kua?ked down or w ho has fallen and is
still partly dared with the trenteudons
shock." I t it be fox the sufferer t.)
say, "Oh, my bead!"' or "Oh, my It's!
or back, lie will indicate us anon as it
is tKci ssary the injured part. Lot mean'
while you are driving hiui nee.rly frau
tie by asking about it. These Maple yet
important tiirections do not aoem to be
impressed upon tha avenge helpful
Tact, of all thins, is ai necessary as
a knowledge of a tourniquet made rmm
a stick and a pocket haiuii.-'-rclii-. f. Hot
water, of course, is required for all
bruisrs and spraiu.4, but let it be
brought without aakirg. Tho relief to
the victim of an accident in having
swift and noiseless helpers about him or
her ah-olntely silent, yet knowing ex
actly what ta do is very great. Any
one who "has been there" knows it all.
Yet how quickly is it forgottmi when
we run to lift up somebody eisu anil be
gin to pelt him with: "Where did it
hurt yon?" "Are you hurtr" Phila
Bed Turtle. In a Bolliua Spiia;
That portion of southern cr lower
California railed Hell's Half Acre
appears to be situated directly over
substratum of fire, which causes the
mud and water to boil as if in a cal
dron. At one placo ou the Half Acre
there are over 100 boiliii-j spring and
hot mud geysers ou a plat of ground
that is not of greater extent than a com
mon city square. Tho chief spring in
this queer aggregation rf boiling and
spouting jets of mad and water is called
tho l'onntain of the Boiled Turtles
on account of its curious hubit of oera
siouslly ejecting numbers of small rod
turtles. Tho temperature of this spring;
is 22(1 degrees, 14 defines higher than
tho temperature required to boil water
under ordinary atmospheric pressure.
notwithstanding the fact that tho tern
perature is sufficient to boil meat per
fectly within a few minutes, the small
red turtles spoken of live and breed
there just as the ordinary variety does
in waters of common lakes, rivers and
other streams. The spring is called the
Fountain of Boiled Turtles because
the queer, hard shelled creatures which
inhabit it have the appearance of being
cooked perfectly done. St. Louis lie-
Even ' tie benevolent, unworh'.ly r.ld
gentleman who survey-d tho oerupants
of the car now and then over the tops
of his gold rimmed classes recdgnizd
the fact that the man wl took a seat
next to him was not a - member of tae
polite circles of society. He did not
avoid him, however, but responded
when his companion made some casual
remarks about the weather.
"You never pass the time by try in
your luck with a pack o' cards now an
then, do you?" asked the newcomer,
after a quarter of an bcur or so had
"Well, it's a good way to kill time.
" But yoa run so much risk of meet
ing professional gamblers. "
"Oh, yes. Of course us ordinary gMits
have to take our chances on little things
like that. But I manage to get through
a deal or two now an then au not get
scared very much, either. "
"Do you travel moeh?"
"I've kep' on the move all my life. I
traveled with a circus fur three years
an I've been in several other brauciie
of commerce since that took me a good
deal away from home. At prevent I'm
aortrr tourin on my own account. "
"My friend," said the benevolent
gentleman solemnly, "I am sorry to
bear you say this. It is an old saying
and a true one that a rolling atone gath
ers co moss."
"Mister," was tbe" reply, delivered
with equal solemnity. "I'll let yoa into
a secret. I ain't look in fur moss. I'm
oat fur the dust" Detroit Fr Press.
Jules Simon, in one of bis reminis
cences of Kenan, relates that at one time
be differed with his professor about tbe
interpretation to be given to a certain
passage tn fcenpture. quoting tbe He
frankly stated bis objection bis superior
meditated for awhile and then told him
mildly, "Abbe,- yoa wiU repeat, in
kneeling ration, tne seven penitential
nealms before the holy sacrament. Re-
lating thU incident to feimon, the latter
inquirod, "And what answer did yoa
maker- "I answered what is customary
:-. -i ..i,..
7' irmZTTnA rJmV7Lj
wboU lifi reatlics
And he did Dot. flcbtfrfla to mnalt.
inatead cf tbe pnratly oracla, the oracl
of bit tvnsoo and n hiao n crmarif-nc.
and be became tba crest tehbvarttr.
the biugrapner at JtMand tbe ntxartl
lrom a iational point of rietr, nacluwded
try rapernataraiuni and miracle wot-
hip, and he wrote tb "Origin of
Christianity." and be threw the won
derful light of his crad:tiou Girm the
intricate problems of oriental philology
and Biblical archaeology and the com
parative history of religions and brought
sunshine into thousands of minds where
superstition and smcooih credulity
migued Dufore. Menorah Monthly.
Th very name of BicctT dnnerrm.
madhouse aud el ones cf tibsceiw iufa-
miea became of dreadful import; not
tbe Cuncier:eiio, the ChawM. fort-
'Evtqae, Vinovnnes nor thu Bastille it
self inspired the coirjiiion peotle and
tbe bourgeoisie witn such detestation
and pama fear. The gent-raJ Imagine-
ion, tiulvylnt; raim, proplti it with
imps, evil genii, aisrvtvia and slinpeh-ss
m sisters, coin pounded n mn and
beasts. Medueval lari, at a kes for
the origius of things, afa-Tils-d tliran to
the faitiea, the devil or Julius Csrsar.
It was said that the devil alighted in
Paris om uight aril brought iu chains
to the "plateau do Bicvt re" a auper, a
maiMjau and a prisoner, with wtik-h
three uufortunaUs be art agoing the
tiri-Min on the one side and tbe asylum
on Hie other to minister to the menus
plaisirs of the dt niavn of h II. huch
grim renown as this was not easily aur
paxsrd, but at tho end cf Louis XlV'i
reign the comrnna legi nd went a step
farther and said that the dcil had nnw
duMiwned Bicetre. juiymes sincere ca-
aatirical gave ntteTanon to tbe tcrrnr
aml abiiorrence of tho vulgar miud.
The young man who was sitting
straight up on his wbrel drew alnngsitti
a mau who was riding with a bump on
Bonds are fine this morning," be
I've seen better," briefly answered
Of rourse. But I mean tin r are good
considering that it rained dav before
"Ever try one of these pneumatic sad
"One of whose pneumatic saddles?"
"What do you think is the proper
PMr fur a. 2 rwinnd niailktcr mndiitm?"
"Haven't any idea."
"That's a mighty fine whet I you're
Oil the contrary, it s the tioarrst ma
chine I ever saw. I'm going to trade it
off and get a better owe."
The young man gave it np and fell
back. Chicago Tribune.
Th i!arly .natr.t . ,
The tailor's Irado was ot:l r-rmitted
so fr as it was nccessarv fur rlolUng,
but S3 f.v as it or any otlit r I ratio mm
istered to luxury, prule ami arrogauce
it was abjured as "rootless work."
Thus tliey could not be gnldmith. sil
versmiths or jewelers, Nor would they
make any weapon of war.
The trades chiefly pursued by the
Moravian Ansbaotists were rlothmak
ing, cutlery, millkeeiiing and shocniak
ing. In the fields and in tho wood and
iu the vineyards innny found healthy
and hapny occupation. Of ht rs worked
as carpunters, joiners, cabinet makers.
masons, b!uckuiiths, cartwrights, tan
ners, saddlers, Htterw there was, in
fact, hardly a nsefnl trade thecotninunl
ties did not practios. blrauge to say.
nothing is said of printing. Probably
they feured to attract tiic tkm ire of tlierr
imperial persecutors. The Moravian
Anabapti;s, very different fmra those
who all over the tierman empire aud
elsewhere commeinisl the movement;
followed tho modi I held np in the
words, "He shall not cry, nor lift up.
or cause his voice to be heard in tbe
streets. " They spoke of themselves as
"the quiet in the land."
In clothraaking and cutlery they ob
taiucd such repute that at their fiual ex
pulkion tiic aoihoritiea made aperial ef
forts to iufuso some kind of cm rgy into
the Christians," who hitherto bad
not been able to compete with the Ana
baptist cloth workers. It was even pro
posed to invite Dutch cloth wotkers into
the country. But it was by "good
work" and the overcoming of adverse
conditions that the Anabaptist comma
nitiee bad attained their eminence.
The Ka4a awl the C lllas-.
The robin bora along in tbe furrow
and picks np worms as tbe fanner
plows, which it cats itself or carries to
its nest as food ft the young robins.
j such as the com moo earthworm, bat if
I such fotsl is erarce it dor not disdain
I the fuzzy caterpillar. It is an evil da
for tbe caterpillar when robin striki
' it, Tbe robin picks it up and shakes it
Mitt "imiii ii until II UMJaCw aiisr wyumT
out of it the for. aa the children call
the caterpillar's fuzzy coating leaving
the caterpillar bare in patches
aometimes all over and shaken all oat
of shape. Then the robin eats it or car-
ries it off to feed iu young, New York
- J The cords of window blinds ara good
oarometers. When thev become tiebt-
the reason Is found in the fort that the
aj, M nitl, the cords have absorbed
some of the moisture, and ao ara drawa
tant. When they are slock, tbe air ta
dry and tha ton.ira. .,r im hkU i. m.
Whenever tbe invention admits of
".' " oanventent mae, to abow
VWV ana to tbe best adrantace the
mCEflSOU.'S REAL SCKT1MLNTS.
III h!e farroup tettirv on !tti and
MUaiWa." Mvrw la anaay awe
of tbe conntrr. loe lncvr41 Uiiaa
pok of th aaiwr qitrntum:
Thrr la bo man la tae t'nltej rMti
!M, nmuiiy enough to avunt tr
arT"""r"" r la
There is not one We neol tUtoerther
more ttwoey than we have.
we tfed 1. k- as tn och tanner trr
capita to do the bunine. of this coua
try as Is Herded to do tha tMiaUne of
any other country, and ye there Is al-
ays Buiira-Uxly that t iasy for far
tture mill be triors rarmirjr. I want
Juat all the money we ran t that H
Vd. and silver Is good enotaah fr me.
All I want of tiM'twy I to tay my dtt.
cm, air; and I ant tho law to compel
I ho other f-IUws to l.ko what I take.
That Is sua 4 -nouch for mo.
I IM-Ilrte that every ouneo of atlhror
that l duff nnda-r tho Anrnkss flsg
rh"Ul.l he ruined fro nnsW tho Assort-
ran nag. la my country thoy are snostly
na the ahr aid.. They are with the
banker with tt.o rk h Mlowa. Thoy
Ktrt losvth and say we aroat r4it, A
man makew a rontra-t to fay certain
OHinrrs la flro yeo ra. I want a low
st that no ran ray tho ntnftoy rbo tho
enMraxt cornea duo. snth tho CnoSwy
that was tnncioy h- ho snedo t
tract. I do h4 think tho fw ahottld
have tho rtoht to mmt4ro to Incroaos
tho value of w hat peofio rati
aa asalnst tho dettur and la favor of
tho creditor. I want too fee cut nor
at all tho gold ran dig out of th'
ml - and rre-.tres of tho racks, and
I ant too freo rolnac of all tho silver
yoa ran mln from tbe mines of Amor
ka. Thr Is ro rraoon why ColnoH la-
exrooll should nt have op" t's hn-
eot -nutrient w lih rocard to stiver In
his !ture with as poifast rrrodOM
and Blncoritr as ho d-s. tared tils views
of relision. Tbrre to no ranso to eVuht
thai ho did no. Thrro was not tho
sllfthttot Indus errent to Influence hira
to tho cinlrary. and wo novo tho run-
elusive tmof of rM-liiions that bo did
speak his honaot soatlmotats the of sit
vor. For. In addition to tho furear4n
quotation from his lctur on 'Myths
and alirai 1.-S," wo have also tho follow
Ingrstrac-t from bla Mrtureon farming.
roaruduerd front tho 111 loots titalo
Kt-glster and unlishod tn t-amt'hUH
furm by O. . tioldvin. las aladlaoa
airoct, chk-aoo, pao (:
or any port, I do not oak noy Iptatfas
a on tho ooetof tho c
oak f hat anoaoy bo saaSs out of nothing.
do noA aok tor too pc.ip.nt.
hrr i no ask rostritR KKMO!a.iiy 4.
viol or aiLvr.n, siust was ut
HOMITIXKU SI rstlft Uwasa
It aaaoaoloaiod labor. IT WAS
don a. ix thb mt.na:sr or avakicb
oxbat nut. .bo t
ooly for aooh nit oj
arUllog to goord and ad'
But InKeraoll was neither bought nor
bulldosed Into making either of these
declaratlona. They repre as nt the nn-
purchased and unprejudiced Judgment
of bla mind. The rampnlgn apvocben
which Ingrrsoll Is now snaking In favor
of the gold standard merely represent
the tiOOO a apeoch blcn Mark Manna
WHAT M KINLEVISM MEANS,
Those Who Boos
A ana toe 4 W'oaJlh.
The preservation of tho single orold
standard, tbo continued aalo of haoda.
tho pcarcltjr of money, the lark of lode
pendence In our financial h-gtslaUna,
tbe control of tbo government's car
renry and credit In the money contreo.
dear money and cheap product.
all to the advantage of those already
woalthy. Men of no means, moo. who,
beside this, have no employment, and
men of small mean or well -to-do, are
getting the worst of It nndor tho prv-o-
ent conduct of affairs. The tegtulathsi
of congress on tho subject of finance
and the polky of the executive depart
ment have bem In the Intrresf of those
who asume to be tho beot advisors
because they have tho snoac Tho can
dldatea of the liernorratio party
not ask that rapttaliis ahall bo
strayed or unfairly treated. Thoy de
mand the equal operation of the law,
ao laoa. ho
aatllioo doUar Poihao
Loola, oa tralaod's LMim
Itvery ateek wattrr In tho eviuntry.
from the Standard Oil anagnatea to
Ftect Trust Manna hlmavlf. as Jo4oio
WiUiaas C Whitney and .
Morgaa ta protesting ago mat -tho
dangers of loRatkm.-
Tbo Ht. Iui pwtform pledgee tho I
Repanllran party to nso its utmoot on
deavora to au totil at tho free coinage
of Oliver by iniernailotHU
for the gold standard, bat tho whale
Ilerabliran campaign olneo the
toumment cf the convention has boon
one united and protracted effort to fas
ten tbo gold standard permantntly on
this country aad to defeat free cotaago
by any means.
otaso oho nro iBt Soef.t tho tboro
UI h a kB ty of tho oot.
nor 1 a fatr 11 t ratio of
orotinn of th g standard:
tho averaae value of tbe farms ta the
I n. ted States was tJ 4JS. la two) tho
nooreg value bod baa reduood to tl.
tzt. aad la UX to t.n. AU prooasilty
must com from tt farm. How can
prosperity com from farss like thtsaT
If tbe Icreoord demand far Oliver doe
act raise Ita rrK. why ks tt that tt
August, iss. eiivor advanced to 1121
on cunc here and Sl.l. aa oooco In
LAadoa hot sua it aa. aauctpatod
, that congee- was
! t,Mvior nrcl aB
as about ta command
I luliif r7r-f in of ho
Democrat, ore t cppc4 to grdd.
yv, favor th fro. sana of
"Afrhklakap Irotaod la a good BoloS
saaoag laaahora, hot a poor hoohor oaaong
saoasa, o OaoaraBttTlhBBiot othit
Soy sold huanetf loto aasoa.y So WoM
aaoaos o li . so las, ho horoawod a hoAf
roaloa, of as.
tunas of ho
low or tbe eery poroasw aao would soAh
oSMUokioiow itl its A taw veto
i oro or, A too tmm stsu a
HiUnt oMSh toaoootar aoo eh oaos who
has nolatod tho la smaonno.-
ald aad tlvr to
4Ut7T Afraid ecrratthj Xra4-
tui U Oointf to Itappoa.
Bow n Uttte Itst rMrt lioltoA the flood.
Cf roeirv? a moeuan will natvral.y
are tho do k t4de f rrcrrtliang wkm
tortured by m mm (ami est
pnt or daua
1x4 r. Ipse, I d
she ta arvlaa-
lulns, tM rrof
sWp and apfwi tte.
nlwsra wak atd tired, trret-V
Lar BMSilratWn. btoa, rtc.
Klto prtojtly U s4, rnrtmtste
to know that all t'-male ailwats are
tndicsilnd try tbtsw her fallltig oymiv
tosM, nnl are oantmdlnd Ky lyd.a R.
Ilnkfcaa. Vfl4i.l rottneiuaid all
female vl.trHMrsi qtlkitly diaSfipeoT
t-y K ttw. It ka U Ik thinking
wMaan nafa-cauied f-w lorstr yeaeH,
and all dnifiiV, m 11 1bt (jtwntitios
of it I it ran to rt-liod onon.
Str.l aasdhrr w.ouan snstltiit
I wMi y wnuld poWl h nrvtaa
with ynnr ins rnooauds. I want rvrry
cnp to ktMMf that yvwr Vevtiolor t'n-
ojim1 tut tstade too Wnll and rrriff,
I MPg Ita prai-rs 1.11 tbelfnan. V row I
wan Cn4 tuarrsnd I was vvy woak and
nad f-milr Imnl.los Wily: Oh. I was
a wrury. sielt aid IUMUtW,y. tart Uas
rpototnr tatMd toiUl tne np, and
ssr 1 bare a dour .' girt, and I aos
so hufTV. No tMnss Is eraunb to with
ont a dear Kttlo toito and Uvdls tC
Itnkhaw's Vryst-to We onpntiad to roll
t cintMis away Mas. i.Ku. tli'S.
K Daolurut isu, imsaoo, s. .
When rtrnps if watro stood on the
csjuidotf a i iirrsr, Uie air is fall f
tini-sarc aud a rluuige of wratbi fur
I he noise l iTnttetidittg.
Tbo a rvtit piekt trltro- cow discrt
tuimd, weighed Z0 grains.
For One Week, Ccmairncieg
Sucday EyeLlng, Oct 25.
VAX DTKK 4 FA TUX'S
For io Cents.
Hundreds tarned asrsy'tor
tbe' lack of r ea
soots oa saw
at Ulroor. Io.uy stove.
Ta bay rfsrdsrara,
Miaed Hoasa tat
Floor I'alata, Bto
her Hoaa, Lawa
Me wore ar aartalag
la tha Hard are
11 aa la ferftl 1 nf
1119 Third A
AflFNT KO tAf.Lt ItlCTCLM
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUE
or laosscy reruncan
X' 4 'V
th. try ell eminent cbyr'r' :i
VT iT.!tthe best for tOsjcrJ
is tn th I P o-s. SanitH
A TTzrd Atet Ycsr
P. ka BrhOI .tl
B IllllSltll hao. I
ard stowr hao m4 Soart all yoa M
r SBSVaS". as . Bjaa. tv arrS aosjeoo
At aortieji at Law.
sastassnl anawtataa, IMlaatvi l ft( NlMli
AUermoTS aa4 Caanaallen
la Ssugstsa Mara,
CaartsWI of . todhavrllta
oat at ah ama rnontlf eMoanat
oiiaam . an
AtttrtMoa M Imm.
Kval eaeafHyi BaS eolloa.
iuSmU A traoa, oaioiai.
. 1 r t
fVfolrtUa aad sHrf aoa.
ctaias Hosas-e s t a. u t ta esd t n a at
ArofcltsaBU aa4 toparlaVandealwi.
ttoasi m, staoaoa a Lreos hotisiog. mmn
r OTaVtlarlTaf A
rtOBB OBS OnpaftHteoSnM av on
i mi stoioia hlaoa.
Bantry Oga. Pr
XT. T. D. Pnapo-f.
J '. Ihtrt
Bad assls elssota. lsaoaaioou
ttojwoasrtitlng anong oxttsr tlass
trios and woll femrwa rise laauf
aasse Ussupasika tbe (olkiwlnf :
a .mi in Os-soaa loa Co
a Mtnaaoru rwe ,
haSala In waiag ,
BprMalr 4t 'tSaB
Hamm r tea
f aria. Ill
Sivkoor, P 44
ClnVai aunssr Btghaaanta atsjsjt fjaf
TaleplioBd I Mr.
Lccrcs PrcnpUj Ptil
tin m atrKT
U AJI War Oo
Era, Ear, IS one m( Tkroat Or .
SSd aoaay Sisaats. Waoaiisars, sooa. SMMBS tt
BOS BX Sooas:
Brscaaoia, ThistarBiiaa asd TsaasBBaa essaat,
rlsaaoi BiaatiSBWBtstw sklllit tthltsb
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