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Sondar cvenmes a Pullman alaemr will N-.
t3 drpH after 10:30. wbteh will lain for Cblc
at :SS a. m. Monday.
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way Depot First mu and
treat. . J Tama, areaf.
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Peoria, Beard.town. Bar-
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Bt. Paul A Minneapolis -
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A Pae. Coast via GaleaB'rg
Uaus ,0::y axcapi aauiay
(""HIOAQO, U1LWAOKII A ST. FACI
Hallway Hastne A Doathwentan PItUIoi
rpj Twsntlsta street, betwaea Flint and
B euud sano.a, L. B Steer, Arfstit.
TRA1H8. Lb.vb .asrrt
Mall aid Styms.. . 1 :10 am Btlf'Fi.
t. rs.il tpra 00 pm UfSQ.n
freight and Aecomtaodat'a. gio trldan
Dally except Bonday.
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tab' Aoeoaxnodatloo . I :o am IMpi
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venae) dep Are If:) mlnn'e earlier than tlcu
given, Tfiii warkad oally, aii otlwt tialm
ally aunt f nnday.
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Aortbera BaUeray, dep)t foot of Brad
irvet, Ueveoport. Jm. Korton, Waa. Tkt 4
Pavanpon Tratea. LaaTa Aaarra
PuKniier b4:96 pm M0:ttaa
Pn'ht p7:0J im b4:00 n
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Daily, biwuy aaeept sanday. tuoiiur nortk
ttoInK Bonta and eaeC No. 11 rilna bakwaei
U dar KtliOJ and Weat Liberty.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Perry Street depot
Lv Rock Islrd....
C H I A P Depot
Lv Rock leland........
7 48 an
7 n am
Twentieth at Depot
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Ar Tarn Bauta
B IS am
8 85 pm
6 00 pm
10 SI am
10 4 am
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1 Of pm
10 ao pm
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7 61' pm
8 18 pm
3 00 pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines cast of Peoria curry througi
coBohea and Bleeping eaca on ulgb
trains to prinoiple cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty exoelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C, B. Q. R. B.
. Trains Nob. 6 and 10 will stop
and lot visitors off and on.
Eridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Sam riles of Stone aed Photos of
RnUdinrs can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell Lynde's build
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona. III.
White Seal saloon
1015 Second Avenue.
when they think
of the possibility
of andden death
by violence or ac
cident. There is a
ror attached to
sneh a death that
prefer the grim
monster in almost
anv other irtiiv
Yet all the lives that are lost each year by
violence and accident are but an insignifi
cant fraction to the nntold thousands that
are slain by the grim destroyer, consump
tion. It is the most insidious and the dead
liest of all known diseases. It knows neith
er rank nor wealth. It attacks people in all
the walks of life. It makes no distinctions.
It has for centuries been considered incur
able. It is not.
An almost unfailing core for consumption
is found in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. It acts directly upon the lungs and
also corrects the aggravating cause of the
disease. It corrects all disorders of the di
gestion, invigorates the liver and makes the
assimilation of the food perfect, thus nour
ishing and strengthening the svstem for its
battle with its relentless foe. It fills the ar
teries with the rich, pure blood of tmlth
It builds new, healthy tissue in the lungs
and dres out all impurities and disease
germs. It cures 98 per cent of all cases of
consumption. Thousands have testified to
their cures. All druggists sell it.
I was taken sick in Febraarv. rTCr with tm.
phoid pneumonia." writes Mrs. Henrietta Hart,
of Vorwheesrillc, Albany Co., N. V. I then had
a micarriatfr. I did not leave my bed to t in a
chair till the first of June. I had medical care all
that time. I was so weak I coald not turn in bed
alone. The doctor said he could do no more for
me. I was coughing and raising and was almost
dead with consumption. I gave np to die. I took
even bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery and ' Favorite Prescription ' together (not
seven of each), and I was then able to do mvowa
housework for mv family of four. In less' than
three years from the time I began your medicine,
I gave birth to a healthy baby girl that weighed
eight pounds. I have had two children since,
and am enjoying good health now.'
Pretty eyes, bright, snappy and full of fire
and life. Constipation makes the blood
impure, and the eyes get dull and hravr
glared and listless. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets cure constipation speedily and oer-
manently. They never gripe. They are
tiny, anti-bilious, siisrar-coated grannies.
One is a gentle laxative, two a mild cathar
tic. Druggists sell them.
A Woman's Happiness.
rwrnty years a hopeless invalid
Ieconics in a month, well
The number of ladies who are wholly or 1:
art, invalids, is marvelous. Complaint
-.ecutinr to the sex undermine the healt'
t-jickly. They are too seldom cured. Yet i
tire is not difficult witb the nroiier mnt-rUn
fhislndy tells the secret. "I have been nfflic.
ed 20 years. Man
me. but none wer
able to give reiki
A bozeach of Wtl:
Olive and Mvrtl,
Tonic have coret
me. Four week
ago Iconldnot dc
my own work
now I have nc
ersvillc, O. Thif
lady is prominent
in her county. Al'
know her and re
joice m her recov-
rrw Th. n-n, .. ....
that cured her are totallv different from others
on the market. Wild oiive is a local annlica-
tion-harmlcss, yet quirk and certain to re
lieve nil inflammations. itMnLimtiMt,
chnrccs and irrrjrularities. - Mvrtle Tonic
builds ns the ysti-m-makc the core perma
nent. A reliable scien t ific. com m on -smse and
wonomical plan of home treatment. Keme
Sics $1. each. Mild cases need Wild Olive
onlv. Sainnles and nn inetraffim. tnri
free. VICTOR MHD1CAL ASSOCIATION."
South Bend, Ind.
Mm. M. J. SAzanTT, Agent,
1118 TblrtysvantkBU, Bockpslana
We are showing' our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltairan, Jeweler.
Reliable Gco-1 at
180. SEC'JJtD ATE9TJS.
HE ABOIfE RESl'LTS
qnicKiy and .urcly I
Ihtly Fjnlwi.m.. Fvll lir.
WfMTlrte diane. anil ail n
and !nli-cvuon. Kmt.r. (ami Vitality.
jroww mna 111 n n Memory. Ward, off Insanity
and !wnimptii. .Cure, when all others rail. Insist
??-'."i?JTAT-,s- ""ether. C:.n be carried in
CALUMET MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO, Hi.
ror sale bv Mmt-aii
JOHN YOLK & CO,
at a tiki at Wast.
Siding. Flooring-, Waiaecoaslag
UU street, bet. U and U avwAnae
let Say. i.. aaaVfT
HOW SALT IS MINED.
METHODS EMPLOYED AT THE EXTEN
SIVE WORKS IN MICHIGAN.
In Supply a Raw Material. Which Is
Brine, la Practically iDexhansttbto The
twdastry Has Grown Enoraooaly Kbae
lseo. at Which Tbnw It K rally Eegaa.
The existence of salt springs in the
lower peninsula of Michigan was tnowj
to the Indians long prior to the advent
of the white men in tfce country, and
they were resorted to by both Indiana
and wild animals. So writ known was
this fact of the presence cf salt springs
that the general government mada nu
merous reservations of lands which were
supposed to contain fait deposit. By
the act cf admission of Michigan into
the Unicn the etato was authorized to
elect 72 sections of salt laud, cr land
where the presence cf saliuo springs in
dicated the cccnrrecre cf talt deposits.
On the organization of the geological
survey the state geologist, Dr. Douglas
Houghton, made an examination, with
the view to the selection cf these lands,
and in 1S38 reported the results of bis
observations. Still these examinations
were limited to sutface indications and
no extended experiment" were made to
probe the coast far below the carfare.
However, borings were finally under,
taken in several localities, resulting
generally in such a good measure of suc
cess as to stimulate still further trials,
developing such gratifying results, es
pecially in the Saginaw valley, that in
1859 the first company was organized
for the manufacture of salt, since which
period this industry baa reached its
present stupendous proportions adding
greatly to the wealth and reputation of
the state and especially to the growth
of the cities and the region in which
the business is carried on.
The origin of these deposits is not
known. Whence the waters, lying so
far beneath the surface, derive their sa
line property there is no apparent means
of determining, nor is the boundary cf
tho surface known beneath which these
deposits cf brine may be found. The
Michigan salt grortp lias a wide extent
in the state, though thus far the great
est successes have come from the Sagi
naw valley. Where the lowest horizon
is fonnd in the salt gronp the brine is
found to be the strongest, greatest in
amonnt and best in quality. It is for
this reason that salt wells in tho Sagi
naw valley have proved to bo more vul
uable than elsewhere. It is the region
in which the greatest depression occurs.
The salt group here lies at a depth
reaching to more than 1,000 feet below
the surface of the lake. At what depth
below the surface of the lake this brine
is found the writer is unable to state.
Of one thing there is an apparent cer
tainty, that the supply of the brine is
inexhaustible. The extent to which the
manufacture of salt in Michigan may
be carried on is one of cost and demand.
The brine may be assumed as existing
in quantity far in excess cf our ability
to diminish it.
Of the two modes of securing the
evaporation of the water, either by the
application of solar or artificial heat,
the latter is the method mainly resort
ed to in the Saginaw valley. Solar evap
oration is effected byexposing the brine
in shallow wooden vats. Such vats as
are nsed are about 18 feet square and 6
inches deep. They are supported on
posts above the ground and are provided
with a rocf, which is readily moved on
the vats or off from them to cover the
brine from the rain or to expose it to
the sun, as required. The process is be
gun in March and the contents removed
in July, the product of the second fill
ing is token ont the 1st of September,
and the third and final removal occurs
the last of October. The annnal product
of a single salt vat of this sizo is 60
A kettle block contains 60 or CO ket
tles, set close together and in rows in
closed in stonework cr brickwork. A
launder connects with a cistern kept
filled with brine and runs along be
tween the rows of kettles, and from this
launder the brine is drawu out into the
kettles by cpening a lateral spout.
When 70 per cent of the water has been
boiled away, the salt is dipped out into
a basket cr sieve to tllow the water to
run ont of it, after which it is. emptied
into a bin, where, after a sufucient time
about two weeks it is ready to be
put into barrels. Ent the greatest ad
vatico in tho way of chcapeniuy the cost
of tho salt production bus Lren achieved
by the use cf steam to ufiY.rd heat for
evaporation. Fcr this purpose the ex
haust steam of the rrrcat mills in the
Saginaw region is used.
Faus ere also made re cf. A so call
ed pan block, consisting cf a "Eettler"
pan, and packing room ere indu cd in the
same building. The brine is drawn
from the settler into tho pan, to the bot
tom of which the firs is dirroily ap
plied, making the evaporation very rap
id and causing the eaic to form continu
ously. The rait business in Michigan has
swollen from the manufacture in I860
of 4,000 barrels to 8.HG7.2S0 in 1893.
The estimated capacity of the 113
firms now engaged in the manufacture
of salt in this state is 5, '.00,000 barrel!
per year. Detroit Free Press.
The beat SAive r. w.,ril tor
cuts, bruises, tore, alocra, aa.ll
rheum, feer ernes, Vtttet, ebpi-od
hands, chilblains, corns and al: akin
eruptions, and positively enraa
piles or no pay require i. It la mar
an teed to give perfect sitisfae lo j, or
monsy refunded. Prtee 95 eeavs par
D3X. For aals) br Harts 4k Ullfunev
T Car a (Total aa On Hay
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if ft fails to care. 25 cects.
Children Cry for
THE LITTLE FRENCH GIRL.
fbe la a Mhatatwiw Wonaaa aa4 I. Vnaghl
All reantala Arts.
However innocent she may be, a little
French girl is much more ef a little
woman than a child of any other na
tionality, she docs not romp; she is
demure and quiet in ber games, which
are often imitations of a grown person's
life. She is trying to learn bow to be
the mistress of her house by means of
her dolls, furniture, kitchen and dishes.
Feminine arts are Mill apart of every
well arranged French edncation. Men
really rare more for these accnoiphsb
ments than for others, as they make
stay at home wives who look after their
households, and as a French woeuan's
principal aim is to please her fat are
husband every mother prepares her
daughter for this end. This is why she
does not permit fro close an intimacy
with little bey cousins, because trn
years later a jealous husband would
take a dislike to these frit udly cousins,
nor would he like his wife's boaom
friends, in whom she confides and Who
never leave ber, any better.
Mothers, therefore, permit few if any
intimacies, and these are .all winnowed
and selected with the greatest care. One
advantage of this system is that the
name of friend is uot carelessly bestowed
right and left. It takes t:me and good
reasons for simple ncqneirtaret s to rise
to that rank. The mcther not only
wards off little bey cousins and inti
mate girl friends, but she discourages
the little girl in showing off her knowl
edge ont of the clat-srccm, for she is
fully aware that nothing ceo Id be less
attractive in the eyes cf the expected
lord and master than a blucstcckjng.
A bri&bt little girl I could name had
by chance picked up son.e astronomical
scraps, together with other scientific
facts which allowed ber to shine now
and thf n. One evening, while playing
in the garden, she heard a friend of her
father's exclaim, "What a dazzling
atari" "Thnt is not a star, sir," she
said; "it is a planet" Her mother was
in despair, for she would rather a hun
dred times have found her irnnrant
than have seen her "show off," or capa
ble of committing the enormity of con
tradicting au older person, "ihcpe,"
she said jestingly, as a sort cf excuse,
"that when she is 18 the poor little
thing will have forgotten a great part
of what she knows today!" Th. Bent
son in Century.
ONE IN EVERY FOUR.
Oaa reraaa la Kvary rear Suffers froa
About one person in every four
suffers from some form of rectal dis
ease. The most common and annoy
iog is itching piles, indicated by
warmth, slight moisture and intense,
uncontrollable itching in the parts
The usual treatment has been some
simple ointment or salve which
sometimes give temporary relief,
but nothing like a permanent enre
can be ex pec lei from such superfic
The only permanent care for itch
ing piles yet discovered is the Pyra
mid Pile Cure, not only for itching
piles, blind, bleeding or protruding
The first application give iostsLt
relief and tne continued use for a
short time causes a permanent re
moval of the tumors or the small
parasites which cause the interne
itching and discomfort of itching
Many physicians for a long time
supposed the remarkable relief af
forded by the Pyramid Pile Cure was
because it was annnn.oit t, mints n
cocaine, opium, or similar drugs, but
such Is not the case. A recent care-
fa 1 analyti of the remedy showed it
tO be abtolatelv f rM fr,.m an frt.
etine. ODlum. or la tact, an noiann.
ona, injurious drags whatever. Sold
oy aruggisis at 60 cents per pack-
.t Daaers af Divers.
The greatest danger to those who dive
into the sea for valuables that have
been sunk is that of falling asleep.
On a hot day the contrast between
the heat above and the delicious cool
ness below water is apt to make a diver
sleepy. One of theae men stated that
he once slept half an hour at the bot
tom of a wreck, where be was laying a
Supposing that bad happened in
channel where the tide runs so swiftly
that a diver can work only during the
Be hour of slack water, the deadly
ruth of tide would have snapped the
lifclino and bore. Then in working
wrecKs mere is the danger of getting
jammed in between freight cr of get
ting the hose or line entangled. When
the hose snaps at a crest depth the tre
mendous pressure kills the diver. He is
frightfully distorted by it. Pearson's
The fABfl. of rtnn.i n - l,fril.
is the same as in any form cf whistle
vi ui uicnn pipe via, a viorawon ox
the atmostihere inrlnrvd hv a vibnatinn
set up in a steam jet directed against
uc euBc i i me oeii, tne vibration or
the air or steam column in the bell in
fluencing the tone according to its length
and diameter. Kew York ledger.
In Kew Jersey wheat raising costs
tiu.xw per acre. Therefore the Jerary,
man cultivates vegetables and berriea
for the markets of Kew York and Phil
adelphia. Alfonso Z of Leon and Castile was
the Wise. The same title was besnwed
upon Solomon, king of the Jews, Charles
V of France and Che-Tson of China.
Sized or calendered paper is a good
barometer. When it i stiff, the wr&tb
rr will be fair; when it is limp and
bends easily without cracking, it is fell
of moisture and there will be rain.
Parrots are good baroTrrPters, Just
before a rain the moat talkative and
gabtr parrot becomes silent.
SUNDAY N THE PULPIT8
Cartatiaa aavaemaa aa B.awaSs Their Km
WaAHIi a !.
Thane worshiping tlsce of the
cansuen eeienttsts oa Tweaty.tklrd
street will be dedicated toaaorro
Booming. baa taa opening service
will be held at 10:SX Tee !mUi
servloa will be taken from the later.
aatlAtil Bible Leseta. The nMt
will be "-The Temple DeJieau I
Ciperienea meeting, arc to be bald
Friday evealers at 7:3 ). The nablie
Is lavitad to ail of these meetings.
Trinity totaanpal. eoraer of ith are
oe aod NimwmuI mmm tt a tr
T U.r-tar. a 01 offlotat Matla
aod eewhraua al W av Unadar mront
ata ia a. at Kreaaaa aaa ram aa I au
Trinity rtaenp!. orae of rria
avewu aad twvewth atreet. Kr a a s.m
" ' " roc. .ve aoaf and Saaday sraoai
at f-Atp a.
J'TA'S Rnataa rathnUe. no east
of Heeotid iim. ami - i .
Thomas Maekta. Araa aad Bator. Joaa H
t aoann. aMaat. Mmmii a and M.a
JJ- avvrat8a.av tatef srvasail
Ht. Man's OfSU f-maknll
of Fotmh avewaa sad Twenty wood atravt
. oTjsra naaa. paalor. Mm St S a m
snd to-aiD m Imm ui, s..i..
(eroM Lutaersa. enraer of Twee
tVtbtrvet and Kilta area or. Rr. C. A
Mennieks dmiot. i . ui.. a, iau m a
Tp. m. Sunday BCbuui at 3X a.
Jiw KnrtH Lotiavrsa. cwwer of
Fortv-fnaria Arret aad Harente arena. Rr .
oaepD L, Murptr pmw. ttervlces al ! ft a .
m. and p m. Sliindar sennol at S IS a. at
r"irt riwedi Kvsoirrtieal. e.ntM'i ut
Fourteenth trrt s&d Imtt, iimi. R-
Carl K rllatt. pasinr. Hrr-rlew at to 30 a. m
and T.J0 p m. RoMtay ananul at p. at.
Zloa 8ed: Ji LMtheraa. Ui Heveetb
avenue. Hervlee at It a. at. aad 7 Js p. at.
buntlar arbonl at -Jn a.m.
(iennao Kvarurrbeal. Ninth street between
Fifth and Sisih avenues. Iter Tbeo p. Krue
er. paator: aervlee. at 10 a. SB. aad 7 JO a. m
ftundsy chool ut.a
r irsl li.nl Wl Grmr off Third iman. mmA
Fifteenth street. Rev. Carlton H Tarlur. I"h
D.: senricw al lw. a. av aad 'JO p. at
Mortinir suhiect. "t'opartaandilp." evenin.
Mibieet. -Soma IjrmMv f om the t..te Hat.
tie. - Runday x-huol at SJO a. as. U. V. P
I", meetins at . n. m . M h tin II
Tl-rtei. Kuhieet. - The Hand That K Knock
ing." Junior onioa at s sn p. am.. saevial atia4c
by ehotw. and iirehentra la the err nine .
Free Swedish mHvioa. Orrnerot Klevanth
street and Fifth avenue. Herriee atlJD p. at.
Prnver meeting Thursday al s p. m
Emaauel llupiiot. 447 Fnrty-taurth street.
Rev. K H. t'ain. nsator: arnrievo st la m s.
and ? jn p. m. Ruoday achout at I a. m. H
Y. P. U. at:Snp. at.
Reennd HantMt. SS7 Rlxth imiiu U
8 p. m.
8wedbh llaptist. oorner of Twenty Brvt
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. I jrenniM. p
nn. iiir, h 1 1 ... . hi. sou p. m .
Sunday whonl at f t" a. m.
first Met bud.M corner of Fifth avenue and
Nineteenth Mreet. Kev. C. O. McCulloch
pusuir. U1 aonduet aervlees at l4 a. m.
ana ,a p. m. r.venimr Miiiject. Inrlt!li
to the Marrlave Rupoer" mnrntai,. -' In
berilanoe of I bri-ttao Rslnthond." a.d.v
school at 8:10 a. av Junior leavue at iJ
p m. Kpworth leasxe at -' p m.
German Methodist, eorner ot Ruth avenue
and Fourteenth atreet. Kev. F. II H-illmann
l'rfT wrriees at IV a. at aad 7 SB p
m. Huadav school at l a. m. Kpworta
leasue mectlns at 7 p. m .
luuewood Park MctbodK, aervtoea la old
No. 7 school buUdlnv at 11 a. m. Rualu
acbonl at IOs. m.
Ninth Street MethodM. Ninth nisM nt.
tween Fifth snd Sixth avenue, aervtoea at
I'htfa. m. and 7:30 p. SB. Rundav school at
4. a. m.
Hroadway Presbyterian, oorner of T.eni .
third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. 8.
Marquis, psstor: iwrvtces at lo la a. m aad
:44p. ni. Sunday srhmH at 8:11 a. m. Youna
Peordes meet In at Slip m.
Vnlted Presbyterlaa. Third avenue and
Fourteenth street. Rev. II. C. Marshall mmw.
Rund yseh'Md at :V) a. m. Youns People's
meetinv at J -no p. m.
Central Prebvtenan. fteeotid avenue ha.
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth street. Kev
ra w. Alien. Jr., pastnr. er lees at l a
m. and I JU p. m. Sunday school at 8:1 a.
m. Younr People a meet ins at ti p. m.
Aiken Street Chapel. Presbyterlaa. Hnuth
Rock Island. Iter L W. Alien. Jr . buw: k.
da j sehoul at a. av: aarrloes every Tuesday
RouthPsrk Chapel. PTehyter1aB. Bit street
and Fifteenth avenue. Rev. W. H. Msranls.
pMtor: Sunday school at 1 80 p. m ; M-rvloe,
Memorial ChrtsU.n. eorner of Fifteenth
street and Third avenue. Kev. T. W. Uraftoa.
Eastor. servicea ttemporanly at the oourt
ousel at IO:6 a. m-and.Jftp m. Sunday
school at l a. m. Y. P 8. C. K at l u p. m
Twenty-Ninth Street CTi.pel. chnuan. sev.
enth avenue sad Twenty-nfth street. Rev T.
W. tlraftvn. pastor. Sunday school at 8:18 a.
at. Y. P. H C K. ata .v-n m.
Reonranld church of Jewmrhrts of letter
iay saints. H irraU s Noek. Seennd avenue.
Serriee. at t p. m. by tltanreiist Sbeldon.
Krenins services at 7:3' p. m Servlcea every
erenlur durlus the week.
Rslvation Army Harrack comer Fourteen lb
"ireei aso rirl avenue, service, a. tUow:
Knee SrtU at It m.. houses. roeeUrur at
u-ai a. m . eartstlans meetins at 8 p. av. salva
tion aieetma at s p m
First Church ef ChrMt. Rel-atUt Twest.
third street between Seven 'b and Ninth ave
nue. Service at o an a tn. Mperleace ateeJ
w every Friday evemtur.
The first stereolypirg was done in
ANNA IVOR'S KEQCEST.
Personal letters reach Mrs. 1'inUham
by tacosrnds; some Asiting adrfcc.and
others, like the fulUm ing, telling of
what I.ytlia li. l'inkhnm'a Vetretcbla
Comprrund lias dotra and will ever eoo
tinue to do in eradicating those fearful
female complaints so little undentood
All "womb and ovarian troubles,
Irrernlaritics, wbitm, be ring-down
palus, displacements, tendency to can
cer and tumor are cured permanently.
" I f.l cs if I ovi-ed my life to yoor
Vegetable Compound. After the birth
of my nab- I vres very miserable. I
had a drawing pain in the lower part
of my trwel. nn strength, aod a terri
ble bicktche. Every day I failed. My
husband said if I wodld try a bottle of
yotr Vegetable Coropoond, he would
get it ftr tin The change waa won
derful. After I hr.d taken the first
half buttle I bevau to Lave great faith
in it. hen I baJ taken three buttlea,
1 was v.cU au.l sro iuffrtutit. It fat a
piea-sorr for tue to ttrile this to ytm.
I only ak iv.iiut n in buy way afflicted
with female tmwtblea to try ri." Mm.
As3a Ivoc, 1'iuafurd Muia, EaVlaad
CO..VC . -
AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS
Hooft tQ Detjons,
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nenanof Tsste aad nvll. Tha fj.lsi Is talefely
aheorbrd aad clees relief at ease. Prk M oaa la
al DrncctMa or by mail.
m rum mono at
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Attoniejf and CouaoaUort At Law.
C5tar1as J, CaamrlsiB
Attorney At Law.
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Attwney f Bach 1 1 IBS I
Attoraara at Law.
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and pasarlalaadBaus far sal ah
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