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Jliik A&GUS; MONDAY, itbVtSII
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- u:i-ny T'cW cm be pnr-liserS or bee-
gags cneeaed at B I P Twentieth stsaet depot
or O K I A P depot corner Trlfta nnu sari
f nli-tr-arsa Mraavjrnak B, ftamxMi Agent
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go at : a. ni. Monday.
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ally except ! anday.
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Une enst of Peoria crry throuei
enaobea find siofplng car on nlijn
traina to prlaoipio cities.
Gen. Ticket Aenl.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For oheapnesa, durability and
beauty ATtoclled bj none. This
atone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eta. Plans sent
us (or estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at onr expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. 4 Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 Rill iop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
?-Mo pins of Stone and Photo of
HuiMlnpa can be ntmn at Boom
N". U. Mitoh!l Lynt1e'abuiSd
Address: Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona. III.
White Seal saloon
id 1 5 Stscond nvtouc.
Tke chair tftmAm
vacant Dv deatk ia
always C sad re-
minder. It ia ca-
peciiwUy aad waea
it ia mnth.r'a
chair. Alt over
this - brood land
theTe are vacant
chairs that would
'S- by healthy, happv.
.... ,. "taiani rnoiners if
women would but realize the importance of
cannot too soon understand that it is little
less than a crime to neglect the health
of the orirans to which are intrusted the
perpetuation of a healthy, robust race
of human beings. By neglect of these
organs a woman ruins her own health de
stroys the happiness of her home, and 'fails
in the performance of the most sublime
duty that she owes to the world.
The best nfrdicine for women who are
weak where Nature . demands the most
strength is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion. It acts directly npon the organs that
male motherhood possible. It cures all
weakness and disease that exists there and
stops all distressing, debilitating drains It
prepares a woman for motherhood and in
sures a healthy baby. It makes the coming
of baby easy and almost painless. Dru
gists who offer something '"just as good"
are either ignorant or dishonest and in
either case are not to be trusted.
' I had been a great su.Terer for Tears with fe
male westnew," writes Mrs. John-Down - of
No. as Lexington Avenue, Kddystone. Delaware
Co ' "Could n.t walk three squares without
.......... . .,u pain m my lelt
side for seven years until I used Dr Pierre's
" ' " - " " - . x-a -tiiiir i-rescno-
tion nnd Pleasant Pellets. Mv pain has left
me altogether. Have had no .vmptoms of it at
all for two years. Can walk two or three miles at
a time and it does not hurt me. I cannot recom
mend Ir. Pierce's medicines highly enonrh My
lauRbteralso has nseilyonr medicines with (Treat
benefit She was operated upon for appendicitis
and had faintm? spells from it. She took the
' oloen Medical Discoveiv.' Favorite Pre
scription.' 'FMract of Smart-Weed, and the
'Pleasant Pelleu' and has not had any mint
ing spelis for one year. When she commenced
to take it she weighed 95 pounds sow she
weighs 140 pounds."
-Constipation ! It is the fountain-head of
any diseases. It causes impure blood
and all manner of disorders are the resnlt.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipa
tion. Promptly. Surely. Permanently.
They never gripe. Druggists sell them.
V itromiiicnt Ohio ladv. Without
rct lor months. A tost of en
durance and w hat ended it.
If the inner lives of thousands of women
verc known how, sleepless, nervous and
n constant pain, they have for years fonght
iisease andjilenth men would marvel at their
mdurance. This ia a case in point. "I had
vrafanrul ft .-..
" ';, ; Por the past three
'l! uuvc necu n fTteat
f'i'l'ii'LiC, enrTercr. Wa af
i.rMj7'J dieted with ulcera-
, -4 ..u.iMuciiiniuugn
S . V a. hones ot
hopes ot ever bring
, " ixini. naa ant a
j niphts rest forsev-
u mnoiun. 1 nensc
and Myrtle Tonic
nas criren me ner
A. M. A. MILLER,
.. . poeitivelv enre
ill rtisrnses peculiar to the sex-doinfr what
iivu-mns r.innot: lrause t her contain in
.Tilient" practicnllv nnltnown to the profes
I n. The doctor who discovered the trcat-
icr:t, k.ivc his life to the study of female dia-
.-. I lis plr-r will appeal to vour common
-l:c. Wil l olive is applied to the seat of the
isT.-isc. M.-rtle Tonic is nn internal remedy
linild tip the health. The price $t. each
..-i.it. s can have a harmless, effective home
n:'t'm-nt nt little expense. Samples and a
; I i ihlr t i ::tis.-. free.
VICT'JS MUDICAL ASSOCIATION.
South Bend, lnd.
Hss. M. J. Sabsbiit, Agent,
1113 Tilrty-ee Tenth 8t BocarJIaland
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Qooda at
I80& HLC'OM) ATK5XJ4.
It quickly .n.1 surei, rJ '
N aui.y Kmia,.,!,,. Kv,i I,,.. I
WM' nl 1 ma. - j J
5?. ??1 U"':',cr,,",n- Kesf re. Los: Vitality.
r?.,.r ... "lnJieraory. W.irt. oT Inasnlty
on hsvini it rnlT "V " others rail. Insist
wu.uti wtDICINE C0-. CHICAGO. 1U,
aUatJMtawi ef Stek.
aeS SB rate af Weat
Vwt fkr tKMara.
Siding. Flooring. Wainscoting
lath ftreet, set. tfe Bad ta aveanss
PBESEXCE OF MINT).
HOW AN AERONAUT SAVES HIMSELF
IN THE OPEN AIR.
A Long Piece of Kope Bad a Heat Calca
laQaa Piemud the Life of TTi nfeeni
HI Wtsd But For Thra the Beatorter
Coeddnt TeU This Interesting Term.
Wind was his name.
Hiram Wind, bnt he told The 8un
teporter that they called him Hi for
"For long time," said be, with a
half knavish smile, "I didn't like the
abbreviation, bnt when I was 25 and
took to ballooning as a business it kind
of sorter seemed as if Providence meant
th.V: I should have had that name and
no other. Professor Hi Wind," he add
ed with pride, "ia a name that is bound
to soar through the loftiest realms of
"Did you never have an accident?"
inquired the reporter.
"Several, but they have never been
the fault of the Wind."
The professor began to show eigne of
tn crumbing to the pntnp.
"Of course," he admitted hesitat
ingly, "a man can't walk the earth ev
ery day without humping up npainst
something out of the ordinary occasion
ally, and the air is no f xreption. I've
had experiences that you might call
narrow escapes that is you might, and
then again you mightn't. It would de
pend on bow yen looked at things. Some
call 'em narrow and some don't I
It was plain that the profsnr under
stood that a good thing was a good
thing when he saw it.
"Suppose you narratn one for my
sake." suggested the reporter, "and let
me add my testimony to iSat of your
"Thanks. I don't care ir I do." said
the professor, and tbt ro was that in the
tone which recalled the ropottcr to
man's highest duty lo hi 1 How man.
Alter which, sitting tit a small tabic,
the professcr continued : "I was out in
Indiana alx nt fonr years aga Indiana
is a great state in the reason, and I had
made an ascent for the bum-fir of a Sun
day school pirnio to kind of effset going
up on the Sunday before for a lager beer
sociable function. Mighty particular
pious these Sunday school people are,
and everything was lovely. My bnjlcon
was a gas balloon, and she fairly kicked
np her heels while I had her tethered,
and when sho got away she seemed like
she was heading right for infinity and
was going tho limit ir bust a ham
string. "I guess she must I:ave pone np a.
mile and a half or two miles when I
felt something give way, and in a min
ute or two she began to go back the
other way not fast, yon untU-ntar.d,
but slow and sure, and in a w ay to
make yon feel mighty uncomfortable. I
couldn't tall what the matter was, and
after letting her tirop to within about
half a mile of bottom I tossed cut a lit
tle of my hallist. 1 w;:s slirt on r-.o-s-chutcs
that dev. ton. B4 tnitlfl Wft tint
of whack. And being careless, I thought
j a taice my cnances. About this time I
began to wish I hadn't, bnt I didn't say
a word for obvious reasons. When I let
the ballast out, tho balloon responded
only a little, and the way she did it
convinced me that somethiua; serious
was the matter. By this time I had to
throw cut some more ballast, and it
wasn't a minute till there Wftan't an v.
thing left in the basket besides myself
ana aoous j.uuu ieet or rope with a
grapple on the end of it. "
"The balloon had begun to sink
again, and rapidly. And yon may guess
that this Was a tim fur a tnan tn An
some pretty active thinking if he ei
pected any good results from it, and
you may be assured I was calculating.
Every instant now the i.alinnn wa
gathering velocity, the lant movement
aownwara Having begun at a point
about a Quarter of a mi la from tin.
ground, and I knew that in a few sec
onds I was going to be a shapeless mass
mat couian c even be photographed for
a newspaper . unless something hap
pened. There was only one thing to do,
and that was to relieve the balloon tf
its weight and send it back up again.
The rope and I were heavy enough to
lessen the weight conaiih-r.iblv if
should get oat, and I proposed to do a
great act Getting a good hold cn my
clasp knife, I waited for the now whizz
ing earthward balloon to get within
about 1.000 feet of the ground. Then,
with the rope tied around my waist and
the other end fast tn th lu.llnnn I
jumped ont feet foremost straight for
iue eario. a anew mat ii tne balloon
remained stationary I would just about
reach the ground at the end of the rope,
but I figured on a nxvl d.-sl nt n
tion. In fact, I calculated the rise of the
balloon would about meet the fall of
myself at such a point as to make my
fall comparatively light, and then, when
she began to sink agaiu. I would be so
near the eaith that before h ot to
going at breakneck speed I would be
close enough to cut loose and let myself
down eay. Aa it turned ont. I might
have had a leg broken or been shaken
up pretty badly, but luck was with me.
When I cut loose, I 6rcp(d attjut Z
feet and lit square on u p nf a big straw
stack where some men were thrashing.
As for the balloon, she was ro nearly
exhausted and was coming down so fast
that the loss of my weight only gave
ber strength enough to go a ccupje, of
hundred yards across the field and drop
into a pond, tjo you ste," concluded
Professor Wind, "that a little presenca
of mind is valuable even to take np ia
a balloon with a man, for if I had not
had it and bad not used it at tho end of
that piece of rope I would not bow be
here telling this story to yon. Of coarse
it was not as serious a uii-iiap as I have
experienced on other orcauona, but still
it is interesting. What do you think of
Tm r." hesitated tbe reporter,
"have you got a piece ef that rope I
could lock atr' Xew York Sca.
THE DUDE LISPED.
Aad Bo Ukewtie LSaetually Dlstarwrew
XT. Laat TlwssEpaaa'e Tracery.
One day, ia the eld daysatCheyraaa.
when it was still the tenniass cf the
great Pacific road, there arrived, all by
himself, a young man about SO years
old, wbo had such a lisp and looked co
girlish that the rough crowd looked bins
over in astonishment It was Hank
Thompson wbo finally walked np to the
young man on a street corner and gruff
ly demanded :
"Say, baby, are yon look in for your
"Tbir, do yon addretb me?" asked
the yocLg man as be straightened up.
"Yon rt Whir's yer ma and bow
did you happen to get lost?"
"My ma ith heme, tbir, and I am not
loath. Von are very rude, tbir."
you are very rude, tbir," mocked
the terror as he beckoned to the bovs to
close in and see the fun.
"It tbeems to me, tbir." said the
young man as lie looked the other over,
"that you don't like mv looktbs."
"And that yon want to pick a futh
"A fuss with a baby. Ha, ha, Lai"
"Tbir, 1 can take care of rnvthelt"
"Don't want any ma to rock yon to
Bleep, eh? '
"Xo, tbir, and I want you to go
away I lore I hurt you. When I'm
riled, I thoot"
"Hear him bet boots!" shouted the
terror as he laughed all over. "Say,
boys, what is this tbiug anyway?"
" Wat h you referring to me?" asked
the young man.
"Of coure I was. Whose trunk or
carpetbag did you escape from?"
"Thir, I tbee thath you want me to
thoot you, and therefore I will thoot
unless you go away."
"He will t boot I Ha, ha, ha! Some
body git some sugsr and a rag. Mcbbc
"I don't like tn thoot, but I the I
iiiusth," said theyoungmnn, ard before
anybody realized what he was at he bad
pulled out a little popper of a pop and
sent six buckshot bullets into Hank
Thompson's anatomy. The big fellow
staggered about and fell down, and ev
erybody thought he was done for until
a tfortor locked him over and said no
vital 8f,t had been touched. Hank lay
with his eyes closed for a long, long
time, but he finally opened them and
"Boys, Lave I bin shot or whal V
" Yes, you've bin shot " answered one.
"Who did it?'
"The young feller that looks like a
girl and lisps."
"Great Scott, yon don't tell roe!"
"Yes, ho driv six bullets right inter
ycr carcass. Hank, and you won't can
ter cbout lor a mouth to como,"
"And it was that f-ller?'
"Weal, dura my hide. I've alios
heard that nnthin on tbo facoof this
airth could lisp end shoot, too, but the
fellers thnt told mo hadn't never run
r.p eg iu rt hul y."- CaiCi go .Vtwi
Clergymen are frequently good story
telltrs, but, as a rule, a proper diguity
prevents tlx in from wanting tn appear
in that light publicly. Tho following
was narrated to a reporter by a xpulur
"in the days of my early ministry,"
ho said, "I thought it neceseary to im
press thoughts of salvation bv every
thing I ntteied. and I am afraid I was
sometimes In it altogether discreet.
"My first work waa in a western
mining camp, and I had tn remain over
night at a rough hotel to wait for a
stage to convey me to my tV-stination,
At the table a savage looking man said
" 'What might be yer line, young fel
" 'Saving souls,' I aaid soletnaiv.
'LTghr waa the only n spout.
"After supper a coarse :y dreescd man
approached me aud said:
" Panlncr. ! make some kind o
dicker. We're in l ber same )iu-7 an
tbnr ain't room f.r imii. ri..' .
camp fur.h r op the crick wbar yo' could
" 'I think yen are mistaken, my
friend, ' I said. 'I am a minister cf the
" 4 '.S-use me, pnrson, I l bought yo'
was a cobbler!' Washington War.
last a umnaa'i Way.
Two women stnrd otj the wrong aide
ot a crcse street that intriwte Broad
way nnd sifftichil lire cable ears, only to
see them shoot by in the tnnst aggra
"Well, of all ibn iuipndence!"
"Did you ver!"
' ' Why.it's w nan t ban we read about
Here eue if the rripmen t-hnutrd
scmrtbing and waved his ba'id back
"Wi.atti ii bea:av"
"$knnet'iinrnirirt tbewrcur; corner.
"Weil, I- (,;. Mm,T. pr.rl IH
lepnrt him for not sroopmg.
K.re a policeman cam" up und took
them to the lower side of the street,
where the very tmt car stopped for
And thi-y both said:
"Well, thi idea!" Kanea City
ii b.t iew id . world ((r
.ta. fcr-ile., anraa. alnara. sH
rbflurn. fevr , ttvr. ehaMraat
bands, chilblain., eoms aad all skin
eruptions, and pnei lively auras
piles or no pay reoatra 1. It Is gnat
asd lo Kfve pnraetaatlsfatr toa, or
Bsrrasy refqadad. Prtae W eeata pas
" 'or aaU try Hatrta 4 miasaawat?
Casa a Ceaa ha uew Day
Tata laxative Dromo Quiaiae Tab-lta-
All druggists refnnd the
money .1 it fails to cure. Ii eeata.
w....-.... w. a
BORES IN PARLIAMENT.
lacy aUoatva Scent CeejiUey Whew TTaay
w vsui; i a areu.
Parliamentar misnan ... t-
Westminster when a member ia debate
ia convicted ot a bnlL A speaker witb
u czpaanve oraioncai manner rcea
lyastoaiabed tba cemmons with m.,.
burst cf unconscious homor. Ha was
speaking ot the rain and rsbaastioa
wrought by misgovern incut in Ireland
and worked himself up into a fine fren
ry of excited declamation.
"The population of Ireland, be eg.
Claimed Wltb flanhino evea etwt m.r
tretched arms, "has been decimated to
the extent of two-thirds."
Tbe mathematical absurdity of the
aiwis-nn-iif uiu act tan to excite amnse
mrut. although tbe bull was less obvi
ous than a simitar one attributed to aa
Irish swatxt. Maiur ti'iinm,.,.
"The population of Ireland. "Said the
contentious major in the commons, "is
0,000,000 leas tbau it wojld be if it
were au uninhabited island."
That was a Joke which provoked na
restrain! d uierri until among tbe bench,
ea. Tho Irifb members arc pardon ,1
lOaliV Muillil r. hnn..Tr . .u..-
arc, with f.-w except itms. Luruoroos
pimaers, wuo eniiviu tlie tediam eif
debate with merry quits aud jesta. Tbe
bores, w ho aro constantly speaking w ith
uuvaiyiiiii dullus and ili(lDeetK-as are
not Siared when they make slips of tin
tongue. A mttubtrwho, in the course of a
lotlg. UUinti n-stine? sn-rrta. waa Mial
enough to say, "Tbe time has come and
is rapiniy arriving- was greeted with a
wild howl of ridicule and delight from
the beprhes. lie was dazed by tbe up
rear, not understanding what tbe hon
orable memtcrs were lam-hinar at. tmt
bis n ur-t mm iesisiN as and stupidity otily
sTTe-a to prolong ami ile-epea the mer
riment, it was the lCnglisb parliamen
tary method e-f l unisliina a bewe.
t.ond j kes arc rare in tlte bouse e
t'OTIIUKins. A Et-.it niimM nnilai a
ripple t-f mil lb. a flushing sarcasm stirs
ui'.y-tj. m t pt ur-nrahlr uririsi-,
but the londest iaUL-bit-r foilnua sw trid.
srupiil and iucne ceiuimnnplace frr.m a
i-bkit lownetm iih- in use is reimpt-Ilcd
to listen ton often.
'I Would have rirfsi-lil tn -.. a ,-1
said a poniious Ji batcr. "if I had not
alr.-o.lr antfeipated and rwprated my
self." Tlie mitcnee rould nr.t ha. ftmatwv
There was a lend tear of laughter,
which was proloug' d and n prated when
the spt-altr attempted to go on witb
It was cruel trrnlrm-nf twit iava;i.l-
-, . ,
t was wbnlf-anme discipline f r a garru
lous speaker who had e thausted tbe f-a-lieuce
tif his audiei.ee n nianvecca-
Parliament is the bard,st tJI all
fehcrirs tiv hi h t-v serve an appren
liil:i in uiiii. si- akit.g. Mr. t'mwll
lean, to speak when the imsaUn
were U-nt ontu intertaniiiir liitu nrf
howling him derwn, tut few public men
have tee p- riinay-ily and grit that be
displayed. H was nevi-r, iwtri ver, a
Ihiic. ll.S UioUaM r in bis enrlv lsra an
parliament was crude and halting, but
be alwavs hud stiMhmir to .1.
bough he :;.! not at flist knttw bow to
say it Youth's Ceitnpaniim.
A T lit i.-Tllall i .1 a rtmnlt tfim-M -. -
the New York Lctim-.
COnSCieiUS tlf mtait Stiani-,atia al.twa.
cat upon him by bis neighlrors aad ac
qBaiiiraueea. men tie tsraniei aware
that bis footsteps en df-gd.
A cuistable Was iminnill. im
around bis lirlsr. ami auhaMitjrtiila- m
strange, who aftetward turned taut to
urn m nt-ierrivr, aj pearr-fj. I ortun-d and
troubled, the ay-mb-man at last aeketi a
aV ' a .a -
ine-nu tne nteatiliig W It alt
"ln t yon know?" a. id be. "Tht a
SUStter-t Ton l4 tnintvia- "
"(it murder!" said tire horrified man.
'What do you ni-aur"
"Ynn rtTvired - tstal rard last
"V ty likely I tvceirtd a den."
Btat t tl lliMltfai wiaa fetillfa .l..a
we-rds, iit. pun aud save tbe ataa, bat
kill tire fail.er,' and tlie tentmast-r
Bat at tl.ia k ati. Im aam,l.., la
laogh, bttila Ml bpou tbe diajogu. Tbo
pcatal ca 1 btd re4ue In n a theatrical
maungrr. lur whom tlx- an nil. man kwl
written a play, which tbo Manager
wamt-u amt-Duea in certaiu parttcniara.
Ma-aw Ira's Itslara frlaaaa. lm.
While mu-t of Menel. k's Italian liraa.
otKTs are bring liaiiily tr-wtt-d many
of tlietn bave a c4ii.araUVelv faa
time. The Wiallhv Alysstijiaa Wftmea
insisted that the ir har-lwuds should take
iulo their b'W-s those pnsrj-rs W iao
were sb 0 rentbr setviee-s that arrati-
Ced ths-ir p-Tsr ual vanity, so tbat hair
cutlers, perfuu." mskrte, tailors and
sboemaki ra are vt ry well treated, taftwen
Taitm berrs-lf set an example ia this
i "epect , and t'K df the e.ffWrs and
oldh-ra caj-t-bl- t i cs ng a peoeil skill
fuliy lire in ! t r'.rnm nnder ih
Ixst couditit us lemg iiuphfid iu
painting the walls ef ber new f s'aee.
A pbotogrspb r i makiog cousiderable
sum of taocy by takina rice-traits af
tbe ladiee cf tlie .-t mt. !4niu Lrtier.
He sea law tTTwy.
TLf dert r bat is a thing rrf the tiaat.
Time was when ut self rt firtiiHri te
Ro r ibought t.f n'ti-a h:mslf cpt-a
the Lp"ui d tecs wi'liont a white bat
and a green v-il. But tins state trf
things esirta rm Ir-ug-T. Hats were con
spiraooe em-ngh at t-pst-ta at the last
Ilerlrv. tia.1 ika ishite bat vatrsMMHi.
ous mainly ty its abseore, while veils
were lew and far netw eea. leUsa
When rtnge rfo tL-ir food, the
tliaiK-es ale iuc a lain, it !' a haptaa
that a sic; ni is fi t. told l-v dugs set-Ling
kaag lavt-d .tx kkii -U-wiaa aiwt
swaihrw my lire e av-s.
Th inaoraoTe cf bed lints
a,, k-e vras pr-rcticed iu P
:w te ib
Ministers StoM Vtz
Dr. I3.es' Cssrt Cue.
avsranrjaE ;,-, inetrn-wov
lilwrisoer-veiv!y iniho rarrrotMrya.
"-.T. .ainnioiiasaikHtrr. Tiieatw
iwaareuv-rat e A lbs raerr rwat nf Um brail
by over stark, fr-wratly trelara oa altar ks
of bran trouble, aad irervaas proatratlaa.
v. J. P K-atarr. si. i pa-aor V. U.
chmvh. Ixmda, am,,, tiimmlt a physf
cUn. wrtire t rb.Sd.tesS: -rira-l aRWeioa
Sod sjervraus reuairataiia tad twwrwaw ws
serhMts last fa'l tbat a Unto eirr work la
the pulpit would eorneaaletely frrta-trate an.
Dr. Miles tht w,n trtMXm 1
vi mat relioqaUh tba work
IlCitTt CQ1C 07 ,D sntaratry ewilrrty.
i),' Hert p-.ltit.iarw tarraaae
ixCSlOTCS so had taat sag aexUiors
Hi1tri would aak ana If I did not
Cl&ailU.MM. bare aYaxtdraraaaa. Lesa
Xovnuuer I wwtaue octal taking Dr. Hllea
New lUsarte'are aitawaatcly with rr MUtaT
Xervine and drviv-st tbe rtwaleaat poaalbte
bcoeflt. 1 bare juaacioaed twrlval wcark of
W weoka. preaching nearly every al;bt aad
twacan IbeaaHbauh. I raa sprak forbears
wlUmut sufftrlag aa I '.traaerlj did. Bard
ormng Bulnisteira ahould keea Dr.
grand retuaKlles na haad."
Dr.Mllns Heart Cstra taeoU aa
Brat bouto vlU bonect or
MoUoa of final Battlement,
a ate at Deatel reenrr. Penes id.
raHlc r-rilea U Verve rlv a Uet Che eurlur.
aTaaaaaB . Ii aS4Ta tWanta aBarl iniaiat.al A. il...
day tiled hie Inel ryt aad el-na-n-M
ae oraatg meK ef hoc
entrr-4 ey e4 romrx i-nrTmt tae eatd rs
Bork aeleee ehtetlaw therste or eew e She
enatrery he ekwwe ew aw bafnre the trta aa
ef Mmaaat. t. A. O. less, ana anea rba SaaJ m
jelef -dr--jt. the eatd Brews Drwra-Thi
Afw'atrrstar U I be aetata af Keeiel trWaar, 4a
STATB llaUSKNa, aM
Bnea lee iSwcrne-mrrv.
la tee Orcatt essut. Baas an at
ai atergeea vs. rwlrva Osagg
aTaaaa-tt a rka aauaUaa. -a
Otc Hocrnaa. the atavr. atarS-aaleev that bis
aaac raaa mw a, anawawa ana met epee eee
Start taf eatd eaetrty, satlea a. beret nr. pmrm
By given an te eatd tw weihul aV'M.aX,
taat tlal snarat-uaHauit Saat a.a a. ,11 .4
K tela la the t4 eaart ea the eearwr .tot
etenf oa lb 1Mb day f ataare, A. D. Isat,
aa teat -esuawsM was tswaed theraaa erat atf
sate enerb wearvtti eaM eet ra t-aw tnaaieaT
aalaraakla aa ta. Saa t 4 . . i . k- ,L .
Jtaaarr tarsi. as a. by hast rsuialrwt.
wow, am. yaa, raw ea a a lesniasl ae
a see atanr. saaaao. paarluk Onasat Bog.
res. ehall eaiajia rtai aaal -- - - -
the eaM etrrwtt asm we ik. gr7 ear eg the
evrt tame taia.if. la be kotoa-a a 4Uata Islsat.
a aad sar eaki eawaty. aa tae tret Mil ear as
Jaeuary arrri. e4 pfad, aesaar or Sernat
aa taa aai. man i.lnani a Liu aaiai.ia, il.
aaaae aad taw saeitrra tkerela rhan-raa a4 rialr!
yetj aawaevbag tare tarayer aw said atw.
i istaad. ru ai st lata.
Buy, Sell mod tl.mise
property. Collect ReaM.
Tbe old fire and tixxte
tried company repre
rated Ratea ai lew
at aoy rtJlxble company
f onr Psaroaac to aWt. .
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Cjb. Ear. Koaa aad Tkroat Oalj.
aitaatt atal aapartai
Cat tfowata and Daaif-aa of all
Zre T. Se JJamasm
reai- a WMtaker niaak, arrraer TfcM
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Tee and rwe sal 1
ss tew ss ssa reaahw aserscy esa sansgt
rtsBjpM '' iwa sawaayiista Vat g m
mj0U aja. snaj fcsana ill at k
bsj aaaaaaS w.n. ain Hatiaa. V
sad M?M mmtun !m!. Uip. sa?"" "
mm 4ta4 wall taew 1jm
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