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THROUGH CAR SERVICl
Lines ennt of Peoria carry througl
eonobes nnd alerpicg caxa on nljb
trains to prinoipla cities.
(ran. Ticket Agent.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
lcaaty nsocMed by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, cto. Plans sent
us tor estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
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Trntns Nos. 5 and 10 ".ill au-p
Mui let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Prapli of Stone and Photo of
UniiiHnjYH psa he seen at Room
N. 12. MttohnU Lynde'a build
Arthur Burrall, manager,
RmJc Island or Colona, HI.
White Seal saloon
1615 Stscond rkvtnut:.
The chair aucta
vacant by death ta
always C aad re
minder. .It ia ea.
peciUiy aad wtaea
tt ia mother's
chair. All over
tan - nroad land
there are vacant
chairs that woold
still be occupied
by healthv. harrav.
. radiant mothers if
women woold but realize the importance of
Veenin? well in a womanlv x Won.,
cannot too soon understand that it is little !
less man a crime to neglect the health
of the orirjins to which are intrusted the
perpetuation of a healthy, robust race
of human beings. By neglect of these
organs a woman niins her own health, de
stroys the happiness of her home, and fails
in the performance of the most sublime
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prepares a woman for motherhood and in
sures a healthy baby. It makes the coming
of baby easy and almost painless. Drug
gists who offer something "just as good"
are either ignorant or dishonest and in
either case are not to be trusted.
' I had been great m.Terer for years with fe
male weakness." write Mn. John Down:, of
No. 24 1 Lexington Avenue, Kddystone. Delaware
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terrible suffering. I also had a pain ia my left
side for seven years nntil I used Dr. Pierce's
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daughter also has used your medicines with great
benefit. She was operated upon for appendicitis
and hid tainting spells from it. She took the
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Pleasant Pellets' and has not had any mint
ing spells for one year. When she commenced
to take it she weighed 95 pounds now she
weighs 140 pounds."
-Constipation ! It is the fountain-head of
any diseases. It causes impure blood
and all manner of disorders are the result.
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They never gripe. Drnggists sell them. f
k Weary Woman.
V riromii'cnt Ohio lady, without
rrt lor months. A test of en
durance and what ended it.
If the inner lives of thonsands of women
verc known how, sleepless, nervous and
n constant pain, they have for years fonght
iisrase andjileath men would marvel at their
mdurance. This ia a caae in point. "1 had
For the past three
have been a great
atirTerer. Was af
tion.inflammatiQn and displacement.
Had given up
hopes ot ever being
better. Had not a
nights rest forsev
en months. Thense
of your Wild Olive
nnd Myrtle Tonic
has en red me ner
ill diseases peculiar to the sex doing what
hrsirinna cannot: liecause they contain tn-.'-
lient practienllv unknown to the profes
K'n. Thcc!fctor who discovered the treat
ies, vc his life to the study of female ilis-:-sc.
His jilr'r; win appeal to your common
;i.!.c. Wil t ilive is applied to thcaeatof the
inse. M-rtle Tonic is nn internal remedy
Itnild n; the henith. The price St. each,
.n.li.-s can have n harmless, effective home
rr.'inivnt at :;tt!e expen. Samples ni a
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end consumption. C-.res win all others feiL Insist
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PBESEXCE OF MBT.
HOW AN AERONAUT SAVS3 HIMSELF
IN THE OPEN AIR.
V Lena; Piece of step mad av Umax tCatera.
tatlea Preeerved the Life ef n nfaasai
HI Wtad But For TTars the Beporter
Coeddat TeU TTaie late reet hag Tan.
Wind was his name.
Hiram Wind, bnt he told The 8nn
I e porter that they called him Hi for
For a long time' aaid be, with a
half knavish smile. "I didn't like the
abbreviation, bnt when I was 35 and
took to ballooning as a business it kind
of sorter seemed as if Providence meant
thV-. I should have had that name and
no other. Professor Hi Wind," he add
ed with pride, "is a name that is bound
to soar through the loftiest realms of
Did yon never have an accident?"
inquired the reporter.
Several, but they have never been
the fault of the Wind."
The professor began to show signs of
raccumbing to the pump.
Of course," he admitted hesitat
ingly, "a man can't walk the earth ev
ery day without bumping cp against
eornething out of the ordinary occasion
ally, and the air is no txception. I've
had experiences that yon might call
narrow escapes that is you might, and
then again yon mightn't. It would de
pend on how yen lookfd at things. Some
call 'em narrow and some don't. I
It was plain that the professor under
stood that a good thine was a trocd
thing when he saw it.
Suppose you narrate one for my
sake." suggested the reporter, "and let
me add my testimony to that of your
"Thanks. I don't care if I do." said
the professor, autl thcro was tiiut in the
tone which recalled the reporter to
man's highest duty lo bin f. How man.
After which, sitting ut a small table.
the professor continued: "I was ont in
Indiana nix nt four r nrs nr;o. Indiana
is a great state in tim xeason, and I had
niado an ascent for the benefit of a Sun
day school picnic tokindcf offset going
np on the bunday before for a lager beer
sociable fnm-tion. Mighty particolar
pious these Sunday school people are.
unrl everything was lovely. My bnllcoii
was a gas balloon, and she fairly kicked
np her heels while I had her tethered,
and when she got away she seemed like
she was heading right for infinity and
was going the limit ir bust a ham
string. 1 guess sue must l:ave pone np a.
mile and a half or two miks when 1
felt something give way, nnd in a min
ute or two she began to go hack 1 iie
other way not fast, you unticritand,
out slow and sure, n:td in a wav to
make you feel mighty uncomfortable. I
couldn't toll what the uiattir was, and
after letting her drop to within about
half a mile of Lottcua I tossed cut a lit
tle of my ha'Hsr. I hrrt Wl V- is-
chntcs that day, too, as mine wad out
ot whack. And being careless, I thought
I'd take my chances. About this time I
began to wish I hadn't, but 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 something serious
was the matter. By this time I had to
throw cut some more ballast, and it
wasn't a minute till there wasn't any
thing left in the basket besides myself
and about 1,000 feet of rope with a
grapple on the end cf it. "
"The balloon had begun to sink
again, and rapidly. And you may guess
that this waa a time for a man to do
some pretty active thinking if he ex
pected any good results from it, and
yon may be assured I was calculating.
every instant now the balloon was
gathering velocity, the last movement
downward having begun at a point
about a quarter of a mile from the
ground, and I knew that in a few sec
onds I waa going to be a shape-lots mass
that couldn't even be photographed for
a newspaper . unless something hap
pened. There was only one thing to do.
and that was to relieve the balloon cf
its weight and send it back np again.
iue rope and I were heavy enough to
lessen the weight considerably if we
should get out, and I proposed to do a
great act. Getting a good hold on my
clasp knife, I waited for the now whizz
ing earthward balloon to get within
about 1,000 feet of the ground. Then,
wiU the rope tied aronnd my waist and
the other end fast to the balloon.
jumped ont feet foremost straipbt for
the earth. I knew that if the balloon
remained stationary I would just about
reach the ground at the end of the rope.
bnt I figured on a good deal of reac
tion. In fact, I calculated the rise of the
balloon would abont meet the fall cf
myself at such a point, as to make my
fall comparatively light, and then, when
sue oegan to sink agaiii, 1 would be so
near the caxth that fcrforo hn sot to
going at breakneck Fpeed I would be
close enough to cnt loose and let myself
down easy. Aa it turned out, I might
have had a leg broken or been shaken
np pretty badly, but luck was with me.
When I cnt loose. I Iropid about 25
feet and lit square on top of a big straw
stack where some men were thrashing.
As for the balloon, she was rr nearly
exhausted and was coming down so fttt
that the loss 01 my weight only gjve
her strength enough to go a couple of
hundred yards across the field and drop
into a pond. So you sc-e," concluded
Professor Wind, "that a little presence
of mind is valuable even to take up in
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 now be
here belling this story to you. Of ceruse)
it was not as serious a wi-diap as I have)
experienced on other cn-axiona. but still
it is interesting. What do yon think of
"Cm -er," hesitated the reporter,
"have yon ft a piece cf tbat rcpe I
could loci ttr' ew Ycsk Sen.
THE DUDE LISPED.
Aa Be Ukewlw EBbetaaHy Pleeireia4
Sex-. Eaat TToexaeaa's Tkcary.
Ooa day, is the old day at Cheyenne,
when it was still the teraiinos cf the
great Pacific road, there arrived, ail fcy
himself, a youog man about 10 years
old. who bad such a litp and looked to
girlish that the rough crowd looked hint
over in astonishment. It was Hank
Thompson who finally walked np to the
nnno- man An m .rreot mrapT and crrnff.
f y demanded :
"Say, baby, are yea lookin for your
"Tbir. do yon aUdreth me?" asked
the yocLg men as be straightened up.
"Ton it?. Wbar s yer ma and now
did you happen to get lost?"
'Jly ma it h home, tbir, and I am not
loath. Von are very rude, tbir."
"Vou are very rude, tbir," mocked
the t.-rror as he beckoned to tbe bovs to
close in and see tbe fun.
"It theems to me, tbir," said the
young man as he looked tbe other over,
"tbat you don't like my Jooktbs."
"And that you want to pick a futh
"A fuse with a baby. Ha. ha, ha!"
"Thir, 1 can take care of mythelf."
"Don't want any ma to rock you to
"Xo, thir. and I want yon to go
away before I hurt you. When I'm
riled, I thoot"
"Hear him bet hoots!" shouted the
terror as he laughed all over. "Say,
boys, what is this thing anyway?"
" Wat h you referring to me?" asked
the young man.
"Of roure I was. Whose trunk or
carpetbag did you escape from?"
"Thir. I tbee thatb you want me to
thoot you. and therefore I will thoot
unless yon go away."
"He will thoot! Ha. ha, ha! Some
body git some sugcr and a rag. Mcbbc
"I don't like to thoot, but I the I
innsth," said theyonngman, at:dbefor
cnybody realized what he was at he had
pulled nut a little popper of a pop and
sent six buckshot bullets into Hank
Thompson's anatomy. The big fellow
staggered ubont and fell down, aud ev
erybody thought he waa done for nntil
a ('or tor looked him over and said no
vital spot had been touched. Hank lay
with bis eyes closed for a long, long
time, but he finally opened them and
"Boys, Lave 1 bin shot or what?"
" Yes,you've bin shot, " answered one.
"Who did it?"
"The young feller that looks like a
girl and lisps."
"Great Scott, you don't tell me!"
"yes. he driv six bullets right inter
yer carcass. Hank, and yoa won't can
ter cbout tor a mouth to coma."
"And it woi thet f-ller?"
"Weal, dnrn my hide. I've alios
heard that imtliiu on tho facoof this
airth con Id lisp end shoot, too, but the
tellers tbnt told mo hadn't never ran
up eg ii a r.u! y." CiiiCi-gi) twa.
Clergymen are frequently good story
tellers, but. cs a rule, a proper dignity
prevents th ui from wanting to appear
in that light publicly. Tho following
was narrated 10 a reporter by a pulur
"In tho days of my early ministry,"
ho said. "I thought it neceseary to im
press thoughts of salvation by every
thing I ntteied. and I am afraid I waa
sometimes not altogether discreet.
"My first work was in a western
mining camp, and I had to remain over
night at a rough hotel to wait for a
stage to convey me to my destination.
At tho table a savage looking man said
" 'What might be yer line, young fel
ler?" " 'Saving souls. I said solemnly.
" 'Ugh!' waa the only rtrponse.
"After supper a coarsely dressed man
approached me and said:
'Parduer, le' 's make some kind o'
dicker. We're in ther same liner an
thur ain't room fer both. Thcre'a a
camp fordt r np the crick whar yo' could
" I think you are mistaken, my
friend, ' I said. 'I am a minister of the
" 'Sense me. person, I thought yo'
was a cobbler!' " Washington Star.
Jn.t a Women'. Way.
Two women stood on tho wrong aide
of a crrM street that interwts Broad
way end ei?m:lc the cable cars, only to
see them slug by in the most aggra
"Well, of all tho impudence!"
"Did you t ver!" ,
"Why.it'swcrsethan we read abont"
Ecre cue if the f-ripnien fhnutrd
something and waved his hand back
ward. "Whato i bes:y?"
'Soroet!iinr;nirirt tbe w rear; corner."
"Weil, I've i.r.f, hie mmr-r. rd I'll
icport him for 1101 tupping.
Here a policeman came np und took
them to the lower side of the street,
where the veiy nret car stepped for
And th(?y both baid:
"Well, the idea!" Katies City
e.ta. bmlae(, aoreja. view, salt
rbourn. fever -, better, ohapfad
bands, ekilhlaine. noma aad all akin
eruptions, aud nneitivel earaa
pile or mo pay r so ! ret. It Is cac
aavwa w give parr eel aneratr io. or
asr sty retnerieA. Prtae M aeate par
b-" roTBule bv Hart TOssa-erar
e eTaaw a eceM ba IM Day
Take laxative Bromo Quiaiae Tab
lets. All druggieta refnnd the
tnuney .1 it fails to cure. 94 eeota.
Children Cry for
BORES IN PARLIAMENT.
tbry Kecerfve fccaat Ceegteey WTaea Thaw
As CeUty ef a arsli.
PaTliaBcatary manners are bratal ta
Westminster when a member ia debate
is convicted of a balL A speaker with
aa expensive cratorical manner receat
ly astonished the cemmcua with aa out
barn cf unconscious humor. He waa
speaking of tbe rain and exbaaattoa
wrong ht by misgrrreruraeut in Ireland
and worked himself op into a fine fren
cy of excited declamation.
"The population of Ireland,' be eg.
claimed with flashing eves ard out
stretched arms, "has been decimated to
tbe extent of two-thirds."
Tbe mathematical absurdity of tbe
statement did net fail to i-xcite amuse
ment, although tbe ball wa leas obvi
ous than a similar one attributed to an
Irib niemlx-r. Major tl'liormaa.
"Tbennpu!atieaof lr-laud.said the
contentious major in the commons, "is
0. 000.000 loea iia it wo J Id be if it
were au uninhabited island."
That was a jeike which provoked un
restraint d uierriuK tit among tbe bench
es. Tim Irish members are pardon d
inauy tiluiiiiers, however, because tbry
are, with few exception. Lumoroos
speakers, who enliven the tedium of
debate with merry quips and jest". The
bon-s, w ho aro constantly speaking with
nuvaiying; dullue-sw and diffueeneae, art'
not spared when Ihe-y make slips of :lu
A me lube r who. in the course of a
long, uniuti resting t perch, was carelers
enough to say, "The time has come and
is rapidly arriving" was greeted with a
wild howl of ridicule and delight from
the benches. He was dazed by tbe up
rear, not understanding what the hon
orable me-mccre were laughing at, but
his ttucemrx'iotiem as aud stupidity only
served to prolong ami deepen tbe mer
riment. It was the Kngliyb parliamen
tary methraj cf punishing a bore.
Good jokes are rare in the house of
comuiejiis. A teat epigram excites a
ripple of miitb, a flushing sarcasm stirs
a moveunt ef plusnrable surprise,
but the loudest laughter follows seme
stupid and inane commonplace frr.ni a
1. pcaker lo whom the bouse is ceimpellrd
to listen too cf ten.
"1 would have pmit-ded lo remark,"
said a pompous debater, "if I had not
already anticipated end repeated mv
self." The mitcnee could net be finished.
There was a lend rear of lunglite-r,
which was prulnugcd and re pe-ated when
1 ho speaker attempted to go on with
It was crot 1 trraime-nt, but possibly
it was wholesome discipline for a garru
lous speaker who had 1 xhauslcd tho f-a-Irrncei
(af liis audieiiL-e rn nmuy occa
sions. Parliament is the liarelest of all
schcols in which t-n serve an appren
lieihip in l uiilii hi-e-aking. Mr. i'runell
leannd to speak w he-it 1 lie inemU'rs
wtb bent uptn interiopliug him and
howling him down, but tew public men
have ihe p--riinar-ity and grit tbat he
displayed. He wns never, Ixnvi vor, a
buic. I Us luiuiiM r in bin enrlv elnvs in
parliament was crude and hatting, bat
be always had something to -say, al
ihoneh he dil not at first know bow to
say it. -Youth's Companion.
A gentleman in a tonntry town, says
the Sew York Ledger, recently bevame
conscious of meat suspicions glances
cat upon him by Ins neighliors and ac
quaintances. Then he became aware
that his femUlf ps Wen digged.
A ctiiisiable was ts-rasioually seen
around his bouse, auel subst-qurctly a
stranger, who afterward turned out to
be a detective, appeared. Tortured and
trembled, the gentleman at last asked a
friend tbe meaning of it all.
'Don't you know?" said be. "They
suspect you of murde-r."
"Of murder!" said the horrified man.
"What do ytm mean?"
"Yon re-reived a persial card last
"Wry hkely I received a doaen."
. "But en this one weie writtcu thtse
words, 'Be sure aud save the sou. but
kill the fuil.er,' ami the pextmaster
But ut this a smile, ending in a
laugh, broke iu upon the dialogue. Tb
potal curd hkd come fr ui a theatrical
manager, for whom the ge-ntie-mau bad
written play, which tbe manager
wanted amended in cerium paiticulan
Meraelek's Italian rreeeewre.
While must of Menelek'a Italian tnria.
oners are being harshly treated many
ui inem nave a comparatively easy
time. The wealthy AbyxsUiian women
insisted that the ir kosbaudsshmilil take
into their bouse-s those prisotira who
were able to reneh r ee-tvict-a that grati
fied their rx-rsoual vanity, so that hair
cutlers, perfume makers, tailors and
sboemake rs are ve rv well treateiL Otuen
Taiton herself set an example in this
lesped, and t'K-e e.I toe eiHioers aud
soldiers cai r.bl- i ns.ng a pencil skill
fully live in Y'T resieteneo nnder the
best couditie us leiug employed in
nminlhtf, th wllt f-f her li-w r.a1e.e.
A photograph r is making contirierable
sums 01 taou"y ty ihkidk porirana ejs
be ladies of the r -nit. Londem Letter.
Itonea ml the iM-rby.
The derly bat is a thing of tbe past.
Time was when ir self r ttpertina ra e
ro r tbMight e.f prM.-ntiLg himelf oroo
the Lpsom de wns wi'bout a whne bat
and a green vil. But tbis state of
things e ii,t. pn I'-tig-r. Hats were con
spicnnne euf-ugb at Kpam at tbe last
Derby, hut the white hat was ccnspicn
oua mainly ly its aUence, while veile
were few and far tftween, Bostea
When doge rfa their food, the
chaiM-en aic ItiS a iiu. 11 Aum hap; .
that a it..ji is f.i idd l-v doge art-king
lung lea-d KM SLei cltt-esing aiMl
ewaiHrw my iij t-iawM-e.
The ino.-D?e cf baiMinga against
S m Im raa t-TwteMl ,, t.' mum m . L.
r. nuts' nrt Cere.
eVwnrcE i Ke Murniox.
lilMrtaoeevewly Initio nrrrnta. rya
tex s.thnicif theaaliilstry. TSede-
rangemerit f f lbs eeree reeitera nf the bralt
by ovr-r eork. freancnily brlnn on attacks
of bean 1 run 14c, and taervaw. piwuratlna.
Hev. J. P Keeter. W !.. raefae- T. S.
Cbon-h. Ixwidne Mtlia. Hl, tilmaetf a aif
eUa. wrttee Veb. 3G. rem: -Ilan aSWtloei
and awrvaoa peuairaUitei bad Iwmm e
serious last fa'l tbat a little over work la
the pulpit would eocneapletelf prastrat etae
Dr. Miles '"rr!
HCart COre ,b ".Inlstry eattrrly.
- tlaert palpltavllnei tasraaee
KeSlGTeS bed that air aadliors
U1tVi would aak cos If I did aot
nUUn.MN. bare tMtart dtsraae. Laat
Sovrmbcr I i-om tor need taking Dr. at Ilea'
New HaartCars alteraately with Isr M lies'
Nervine and derived the greetewt poaalble
benefit. 1 bar Juatdoaed revival work of
M weeks, preaching nearly every at;bt aad
twice 00 the 8elbauh. I caa sprak fork stars
wl-.houl eufltring as I formerly did. Bard
working ministers abould keee I)r. Mllas
grand remadlea oe hand."
In. Mites HeeanCrelaeadeafwafaaee,
ares oitle will boaefit or
Notioe of Final Seulement.
Sbrtatsef nealel Fowlrr. Pmina.
raHtc fnlce ! betvby rive Ik si the ence-
eimaal. U net Drerr. edunair' rator. fae tin.
day fled bis laal tean ead arnannent
a. Beck ta tbe smart enert ef hark
Ulaed enuntv. ead tha aa aware hmm mmm
emtrted ey e4 even efvrrvuf iae eatd rtv
porb wnieea wijawoM letereee ev reeee m eee
cnetrary ee snewa on ar eat nee tbe TTta Say
or Koveraa r. a. d. issa, and enea tbe 8aal an
provai 01 mm report, the eeie Byrae Deary will
aak for aa order ef dlatrlhesine. aad will alee safe
tnbrdleebarged. All lrrowj lalee.ated eee ae
8ed w attead.
Adm'alsrrattar U lbs Ketate ot Deaiel rooiar, ds-
eTATJ I ILUMOia,
Bnoa let laoijoctrn. f9
ta tae Chxutt coart, geotesibw aarak,
M at atargeoa vs. ratrtck tares
B14avK of the eoa-reelde-nr at Patfteb
Ofrgg Hocrnaa. tae above detaeileee. that ba
lace ef reoldeneo le ."known and irtat epoe See
aaa a.ne. nt UKjalry caa botM aeeerMtne4.a.rlaf
av a ft--4 le eke crrk aeo. f ike .rcaii
OMirt or eaM eoenty, aotlce is tlieerlwre beve-
y given 10 tie ealS lato t delwd.et.
teat Ike eoaapierneat Slod Sis kill mt roa.
la lot la tbe .4 court ea tbe cbaari ry ato.
leienf oa tbe IMfe day of Aarvea. A. O. less,
end tt eaeuonoa ems bemed rfi.reea oet ef
fotanaable oa lb 8 rat Macety ta tae SB oath ui
sannary mm, a a ay raw lecjHnaa.
Koar. aaleea eon. tea aald eav-
feadaot above tamed, PeUiuk Oraag Bog.
eve, eball erraoejaily be aod aenaar baton
tbe eaM dre.lt eoan oa Ibe irai day of UM
erst larei tbrtvof. to ba botdeai ee avorJi lalaat.
to aad tar aald county, on law tret Mil Say is
Jaaaary swat, end olead. ei
lo tbe eaMroaplatneat'b Mil olcaenpielnt, the
same aad tbe mailer. 1 here! a r barged aad rteted
will be taken aa eonfewa and a dacree eolered
galnet you etxordlbg to tbe prayer of said bUk
eSeoaea W. a.aai 8, trbattr.
Xeck tabtad, T1U Sept. St. 1808.
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property. Collect Rents.
The old fire, and time
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