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THE TBAVKLEBjr 9UID1.
CHICAGO, KOOB ULAHD A FAOint
TUtlfnrf Tickets earn be rjvcAasst e bef
Inge checked at K Itr Twentlet street dspca
or C R 1 T dsprt enrfw svaiiue sot'
fMriy-arst street .TSak B, Fluumar, Agent.
Ustv.i Lunltl OcitM
Vi. Wjrth. Denver &.O..
Oroaba A Dm Iloisaa
toman. A MiDiirolIl-
Omaha A Dee Moines Si...
tOmah A MinnKiolta Is..
Denver, Lincoln A onaha...
Bt. rani A Minneapolis
n.cw, Ft. Worth A K. 0..
Unsu mty A Bt. Joeeph.
tKuk Island A Waahinjrtao.
R ck i.1and8toart Assess..
t t:n am
10 :40 pm
1-1. .oil b
t t:ss as
i a m pro
ArnvaL tbspertare. tDaliy.etneptaandai
All others dally Pelentan luit.
Sunday rvenliR Pullman aleeper will "
the depot after 1(1:50. which will leave for Cairn
VO at :65 a. m. Monday.
BCBUBOTOH BMUTB-V., J. A H '
way Dsnot First sveane and it
tract, w. J. Tonns. easst,
BU L MpriiKiteld, Peorla.1 L..
Bur. onin via Wonmoath, lAO mi Ttt
ajDicatro, marling, viuuaa at
t ru 4 t:4ept
P.irls, rteard.lown, Bnr
llnvtm A West
St. Paul A Minneapolis
Meriinr. Clinton A Dnbnqan
Bt. L , kanraa City. Denver
A Pac Coast Tia Galesb'rg
t l.aan tlimai.
V:i6 pm 1:60 aa
t:as petit 8:46 pa
U:i tballf except annday.
CtffOAOO, kULWACBXB IT. PADI
Ktlra Ttactne A 8utmwstTa Dtrknot
Depot TwenUeth street, bereesa Float and
8 acini avencaa, L. H Greer. Agent.
TRAIWa. Leave amain
Mall aiJ Bxpreee - T'.W am tlp
t.reil Biprww.. M pa U:Man
freight and AccommndstV W in II aria n
Daily except Sunday.
Dock Island a Itb.oxia Bailwat
IN D-pnt Pint Avenoe and TvanBsU strest
B. L, Go3. spani.
TBAIMm. t- Laava Aram
Baa'arnkx. 'Toe rrllDy''... 4:40 am m:Jpa
Pjor aeSlLouia Mall ax.- -.(Mam 6:40 cm
tr- 1:46 pm 11:16 an
j corl Actn. Prjl(?bt... 7:10pm 1:00 an
terrard Aemmodatlon.M. 6:00 am 4:60 ps
taute Aocjmrawlatln..... 1 :40 am 1:20 prr
abl- A rmnivtww mm aa
Faasesirer traine man U., &. 1. A P. (MoUm
- nio) dt pit five (5) mlnatea earlier than tim
plTen, T'alna marked dalle, ail other tzmtw
ally eZMDt Fasday.
3r-bum Railway, deiot toot of Brad;
Mreet. baTenport. Jia. Mortoa, bea. Tat
P vniwr Tralna. ViBaTa Am ova
FeiaeiiKit hiTw pm bl& .ata
yrtji M:01 an b4 :!-
W . patty tralnt worth, i J800 t
Faaeeniter. M:)a V0:(V
" aiO:IO pat a4:45a
" Mo, .... o:30m
Pralt . h8:8Boa Ml:iwr
a DeilT. bually except nondar. tUolne ourtb
tQolna Buntk aiid eaai. Mo. II runs De.wei
O dar Rplda and West Liberty.
To the East via tho
R. I. & P.
Perry street depot
L Kock Ialand. ....
C R I A F r.pot
Lt (lock leland....u
1 05 pc
1 45 pt
1 00 pa
7 45 an
7 1 n
7 Hi) am
6 53 ar?
9 45 na:
Twentieth at Depot
Ar bt lxnla . ..
Ar Lincoln. .....,
Ar DtTMur .,
ArTerre Uauta ....
Lines et of Peoria carry throai
ounohe and sleeping cara on nigs
trnina to prinoipie eitloa.
Gen. Ticket AenV
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
Itcauty excelled by none. This
stono does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plans sent
it a (or Mtimatea will receive
rarofnl altontion and be returned
promptly at oar txpense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
lalaud on the C. B. 4Q.E.B.
Trains Nob. 5 and 10 win stop
and lei visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blinks and foundation
star.e any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
"uilillna can bo seen at Kooru
No. 12. Mitchell A LynJo'a build
Arthur Hurrall, maaascr.
KcKk Island or Colona. 111.
White Seal saloon
dtnam 1 au am
7 J am h m ara
915 am 115 pm
9 4 pm 4 U pm
a .is pm
6 oil pm 1 06 pm
10 W) pm 10 30 pm
V65pm 18 15 aw
10 55 am 7 50 pm
10 Mam 4 pro
7 1 H pm
IK ara S 15 pm
10 46 am 3)pm
12 41 pm 6 4b pm
The skeleton fa
many a household is
the peculiar weak
ness of the wife and
mother, or of the
wife who one;ht to be
a mother and is not.
Happiness is de
stroyed by the pres
ence of the secret
sickness that ait
lark like a grinning
death among the
homes. The most
terrible thing; about
tnis condition of af
fairs is that h is entirely needless. There is
no reason in the world why every woman
in the world should not be strong and health
ful and capable of fulfilling her whole dnty
as a wife and mother. Many women go on
month after month, and year after year, be
coming wester and weaker, because of a
very natural hesitancy thev feel in consult
ing a physician. They know that if they go
to a doctor for treatment, the first thing he
will insist on will be "examination" and
" local treatment." This must of course be
distasteful to every modest woman. They
are generally as unnecessary as thev are ab
horrent. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
cures positively, perfectly, permanently, all
varieties of "female weakness" and dis
ease. It is designed to do this one thinr
and it does it. It is the only medicine now
before the public for woman's peculiar ail
ments, adapted to her delicate organization
by a regularly graduated physician an ex
perienced and skilled specialist in these
maladies. It cannot do harm in any condi
tion of the system. Its sales exceed the
combined sales of all other medicines for
Every woman will be healthier and happier for
luuuwiQK ine inrnaiv, practical
counsel contained in Dr. Pierce'.
KT?at universal doctor book:
'The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser." It is the most
K55l "-""i"V"r,?': "'"jirai wont in
Vr!A ooe volume in the English Ian-
fully illustrated. 6o.ooo copies
have bren sold at $i.so each
hound in cloth. The profits are
noTT used in printing nalf-a-mill-ion
iter cooies hound in tmn
matiilla paper covers. To get one you have onlv
to send ti one-cent stamps ( to pav cost of mak
ing nniv I, to World's Irispensarv Me-lical Associ
ation. N'!. i Main Street. Buffalo. X. Y. Send
Iror.mtlv liefort- all are civen awav if in mw.
of out. 'They are going off rapidiy.
A Weary Woman.
V prominent Ohi lady, without
rrt tor months. A test of en-ltiram-e
and what ended it.
If the inner livea of thousands of women
were known bow. sleepless, nervous and
n constant pnin. they hsve lor Tear foment
iisease nndldenth men would nint-vl
endurance. This is a case in noint. "I hnd
V'it "f i'-'l" . 4 Kor tbe past thret
;'n -S , ' 'l H'.-f' have iuT, Kt
J': t'!"lc'. , nnerer. Wa at
i r?Tt V'V"!; ' flictcd withnlreia
?t iy.J'i'' t. . f- .S - tion.inrlaminntior
x.uu Kien up
hopes ol ever being
better. Had not a
nights rest forsev
en months. The am
of vonr Wild dive
nnd Myrtle Tonic
hns enred me ner
II diseases peculiar to the scx-doinR wbnt
!:y.su-ians cannot: because thev tonuiu ia
rroients iracttcaily unknown to the profes
ion. Thcdfxtr who dittcovered the treat
nrilt, nave his life to the study of female tiis
ases. His plan will appeal to vonr common
en-c. Wild olive is applied to thrseatof th
U sen sr. .Mvrtle Tonic is an internal rcme.li
n build np the health. The price $1. each
..-lilies can have a harmless, effective horai
rentnirnt at little expense. Samples and
ulnal'le treais. tree.
V1CTI. MSMCAL ASSOCIATION.
South Bend, lnd.
Mrs. M. J. Sabobitt, Agent.
HIS Th'rti-eeeeuth St Rockilalaod
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Prod Woltman, Jeweler,
Relieve Ojodt at
IMi K',iHD aVKKTJK.
nt BBOVE FESUUSJoon, Xtew.
ItaUtcklV .nil Sllr!.
o Kin : v
na " "Wii or aelf-ahase ar
' . i'uiw;reuon. neeiorva ljosl vilanry.
f":" inng Memory. Walda oft" Insanity
a-idfwmr.-'-i.Cr-rs when all others rail. Insist
on lis MTAI.tH.nor-her. Cn be earned In
-. A7- y mail ijo per patkaaeoaaia
?tto.,ltu"r!ul? 10 o Kef mud
xbe SAoney. I ircuUr Free. Addreiel
tALUMtl BitDICINL Ca. CHICAGO, ILL.
" """"u neaer aoa estw 41
O brveyar. draalata.
BmiurDeni at laaa.
an Bati at Vn4.
art a aman
Siding. Flooring:, Waiaacnating
loth struct. lt ii s J &ts
fwi A rnun.
-t wamr..- kSlaW W. M
iGiilE OF CONFIDENCE'
Slick Methods of a Gang of
Washington Bunko Men.
X BOGUS ARLI5GT05 X0NTXE5T
Hw They TkMmalscst Thutanm te taw Cap
ttad mm Played the Thrwa Card Qamme)
am Sfem Wkei Theogh Tky Knew All
"Tea," amid the old detective as be ear.
fully cleaned the bowl of lils long stem
rued corncob pipe, addressing a group of
listeners, of which a Washington Star re
porrer wan one, "the green good men of
New York and New Jersey have a well
nigh perfect organization; bat, I tell yoik,
the best organized gang of ronGdenre men
that ever existed was loratnl right here In
Washington about 16 yearn ago.
"There were just four of them in this
gang. Every man In the pr.rty had a spe
cial part to act, and each one looked his
part to a 't.' Every morning at half post
they left their respective home to take
up their posts with all the regularity of an
honest man going to bis daily employ
ment. "The youngest acfd an the capper,
and his post was about the I'ence monu
ment, and there you wuuld find hi in any
MFETISG AT THE PEACE MoXl ilfcST.
morning with bis kwii gray eyca on the
lookout for a stranger who hir cxtornnl
evidence of being good game. Kvontiuillv
anch a one would come along-, u ml in M
cases out of 100 he would atop to admire
the monument. This was the capper's
chance. He would aprroucb the victim
with bis most snare mnnner nnd ask If he
wouldn't kindly tell hlin the name of that
monument of course the stranrr trnnld
nay that lie was unable to do so. that he
was a at ran trT in the city himself, and
probably volunteer nmcli mure informa
tion which the capper would store away
fu future use
"Mr. Capper In exchange, for this would
toll his own little story of where he wns
from, wliere he was stopping and that be
was there waiting for a friend who hud
procured pusses for admission into the Lee
mansion on the occasion of the unveiling
of a statue which would tako place that
day. Would Mr. Strnngvr rare to go? lie
was sure the cereinonios would lie well
worth the trip, and the departments were
open all the time, while the unveiling of a
statue with a real live president pulling
tlie string could not be seen every dny.
"The capper's arguments usually pre
vailed, and once the victim consented to
the arrangement he became the sucker.
"The next step was to notify man So.
3, or the stoerer, who bad been intently
watching the pair from bis post of obser
vation over by the corner of Third and
the avenue. This was nsuully done by Mr.
Capper taking from his pocket a freshly
laundered handkerchief ami mopping Ids
forehead. Upon receiving this sienid Mr.
Steer er, who was a typical department
clerk of family, neatly clothed and busi
ness from the word 'go,' would step out
lively and approach the copper and bis
victim in the most matter of fart way.
His usual salutation was:
" Uood morning, Charlie. I see yon are
here. Had a deuce of a time getting tbuan
tickets. Senator Morgan had given bis aU
away, and I was just lurky enough to
catch Senator Sherman before he left for
the office. It's all right now, though, and
we had better hurry," ail the time casting
furtive and suspicious looks at tho victim,
which was really a part of the clar. In
tending to convey to the mind of toe
stranger that te was an interloper.
"Mr Capper would take this opportu
nity to Introduce the pair in a careless.
good natnrrd manner, telling the steerer
he had invited the gentleman to accom
pany them to the unveiling of the statue
and that he had promised to go. The sub
ject of tickets of admission would, of
eourse. eorue np again, and after debating
the matter it was usually concluded by the
steerer mapnanimonsly proposing to take
his own chances with t he rmtvd a nd all.iw
bis friends to use the two tickets be held to
secure places for themselves among the
notables ol tne dav.
"Everything deing now arrange.!, thee
would adjourn to a tie ignoring fkIj-mi fur
a drink. Here tiiey would permit tl:e suck
er to ray for the order for the purpose of
discovering the size of b:s roll auu also es
timate bis capacity for mixed drinks.
Should he indicate a fondness for the latter
bis desires would be gratified to a large ex
tent, thou eh in no ln-l.in wouli tber
permit the sucker to become really drunk.
"The next step in the programme would
be to board an avenue car for (jeorseanwn.
tlie steerer kepingnpa Row of conversation
suited to the intelligetx-e of the aui.ktr,
and I 're no doubt but tew of the victims
ever listened to more hanutifiil and Inter
esting conversation than that of these two
Knnko sharps- Arrived r-t Thirty. seeond
street, they would gn toward tne river,
where a man in a small burnt was waiting
them. He belonged to the gang, but in a
minor way. His duty consisted of 'imply
taking the men over to tiie Virginia side
to a point nearly -opposite the extreme
southern gats and then wait for what was
known as tlw 'grand rash.' lie 1hJ imi4
take any percentage of tlM g-. iu. of tlie
robbery, but instead drew a salary of 976
per month for bis part in the affair.
"The meeting with the bnctman waa
Jostss asters! es !' ts!L-t2s to rt "
ljy woUd ,jl- t-w l'-Ck. hu 4r
about exf ertfra and an teat sort of thisr.
but. of cocrte, a bargain won!d becoa
eluded, asd la tea m'.antes they wauld all
be os the Virginia tide T9k!a tasir way
alog tbe AiUngtoa road. Msar: enjoy
ing the scenery and the many objects of
is '.erect is sight. And right bars would
come in the finest pieee of acting I ever
Approaching them from tbe opnoelks
direction came an old fellow clad la
looss fitting suit of tbe well known south
ern gray, a big black wide awake bat oa
tne eerie oi nis wmre nemo ana a stoat
hickory stick in bis hand, which beamed la
walking. This was the third man la this
little game, and I tell yon, boys, tie was a
" 'How'r, gnmen Whlcher way? be
would ask. I anally the steerer would re
spond courteously that tbey were oo their
way to see tbe unveiling of the statue
Well, youse better go hark. There
ain't goin to be an unvellln terday. The
whole thing's postponed,' or something to
the same effect, tbe purpose now helng
to have all hands go lack In tbe direction
the old man was taking.
"A rapid conversation would now be
kept up, and It wae notiord the old fellow
was considerably tinder tbe Influence of
liquor. He lavnmerxoeFdingly biquacloiis
and confidential and Imparted to hi com
panions that he wae a Kentucky drover;
had taken several mrlondsnf rattle to Bal
timore tbe week before; t hit lie luui suld
them at a good price and was now bent en
having a good time. Plenty of opiurtunity
was given tlie sucker to talk with the old
man, who finally admitted to tiieni that be
had been drinking more than was good for
him, and while over In liuiiiiHite In that
condition a man had won quite a sum of
money from bim by means of three little
Why. man.' says the sucker, 'that's
three card nionte. You will lose every
cent you ever had playing that game.'
Waal, now, any. the drover. 'I've cot
them uir kyards right bcre. and I believe
It's a square game.' Then he would pull
1mm hi. inside root pocket a bunch of let
ters, shipping bills, bills of lading and an
on ami from the mass clumsily extract
three very dirty cards. 'Them's them,' be
woultl exclaim, and the rest of tiie party
would smile knowingly at one another.
"1 he old man would Insist on slorwlns
them liow he lost bis money, nrd of rnnrw
they hod to stnp and gn over to one side
awny from the nmd and witness the old
in in s m:t.c-, vrhirii were nl.vnyr eatremt
ly coiiil-ti) ;itu Ms rlilldH'.e itit.rfre
vastly niuii.inir to ik-Ii men ef tlie world
as l.r. t'Mis-r. Mr. Us-reraitd ilr. Su ker.
"tiuthen-d alsmt tlie ennls. the dnnrer
would throw them nut In Ills rlimiMr (utJi-
Ion and ofiVr to Iwt tiny ruuhln i p.-ii ooi
tlio jack. Well, all bund. wiMikl trv.
Smi-tin es th-y would pick it mil. and
sometimes tlicy wmibln t. 1 bey vers alt
let linn gianl and wantd to humor tlie oM
man. who all this time n ehreiing a
great ouiil of tol.HT.1 ami turning ,. ImmiI
away to spit behind him and awiy fratii
tl iiihers Snim-times lie wouM nave
violent oHighlng fits, hst'mg fully half a
minute, ami during: all. while tiie rani.
were on tlie (tries. Mr. Capper lifts up tlie
ja-k i. nd betide e corner, nu.lr'ng !r
Su kc at the s.im3 time.
1 II hit fl. ip iiinieo. fare mi 4 you
ran ph k out I lie jack.' nt ibe deover.
pullina out a big Wilier bagrmrr.mc-J fall
of bills a:id coin.
We don't want to win rnir moncv.
old man. 1 II l.hk It out fr rlun.' And
Mr. apper turns over the card wbnae cor
ner he had ptevMMudy curled up iuet a lit
tle, displaying to tiie apparently astonished
Jv iitiv-fciab the twv ol tbe jura of tawera.
Marters were rmw hemming r si hot. and
the end of this little drama was drawing
near. Itark In the bushes wns a great big
villainous looking rascal armed with a
club and wnanug a large silver bedgoon
tne innei ol bis mat.
'This was tbe fourth man of the nartr.
and be. ton, looked bis part every Inch end
was way up in the execution of It. lie was
waiting for the signal which would the
cue for Ills entrance. While Mr steerer now
occupies tiie attention of tbe old man. Mr.
CapMr takes the sucker aside, and la a
confidential way, of cnurso. Intimates that
some one Is bound to get tliat drover's
money, and they might just as well bate
a slice of It as any one. In every instance
would tbe sucker fall Into this arrange
ment, and between three two It would he
arranged that one should turn the corner of
the card and the other take what money
tbey both bad and stake It against an
equul amount of the old drover a This ar
ranged, and. Mr. Capper having given his
money to the sucker to stake, tiiey return
to the old man prepared to make the lie.
"You may lie sure the Kentnckutn ts
anxious and furthers the schema all he
knows how. After losinir several small
sums he becomes nugry and oflers to bet
fl.OUOnr arypart of it the sucker may
want that be can't nick nut the card. Then
it is thnt all the money in the party Is put
np. and just as tiie Kcntnekian Is otsmt to
throw tbe curds tlivre is a rush through
"THF.sTs THtu'" nr iiinn LxrL.tiu.
ti'.e tlUfellta,- B lK..i.l. mJ h n.ul lit.11
I the harsh voice of bunko man Nm 4 rrle
our: 'tiot yon now. tumbling In the state
of Vkginut. are youv Ily '. d. you'll get
tea years apiteef tt.is!' rll tlietimrmak
; Ing lunre at the diffcrrt men, who are
scampenug in all dirtions-
"Mr. steerer is making last time np tb
ruml toward the bridge, while Mr. Capper
and the in-li .... it... r. . .1
edge, and the peer old KS"Krli, latlf
drunk and lame, falls into the he ads of
the Irate country (unstable, who can be
seen leading him away to an open wagon
conveniently wa t'rg down be road
I "Hr. t apper ami he vietim t!nd the
same man with the same hoat that Brunclit
them finer v.iil.. mt mmut i.m
ksw do time in getting in and over into tbe
IMstrVt. lury mourn witHew-h.berovmr
their lusx. and you rem bet that Mr. p
prreomee irrtly U V to timllug out before
lie leaies his tuaa If Im I. mdiig te. snake a
bolter,' so that tlw g.;.ig may know bow
, to art. Mr. -UstvT n-eebi t '.m kentnrkicai
and eoaetntfe down the neid. and allthre?
ite in., t Ut trr -.y e tie !c-i'
THE CLCVEft WCMAN.
at CZ.ssi sea a, act OeJr Osui
That Caauy rays.
"I wish Iwctb tim."
Tbe wosbab was charm inclr iaanleA.
war a Falis fowa. was tbe taistraes of
a laxuxicus eaubitabaaent, aad was dhv
peatisc tea to afternoon callers la caps
of priceless faience.
"wosoea who write" had been the
sahject oa tbe tiplf. aad tbe remark
was a delicate compliment to tbe wom
an to wbcm fbe banded the tea. tfbo
was a suneful writer sawtsmf nl to
tbe extent of making a good income as
tho trait of unwearied industry. be
bad never known tbe delifbt of dia
monds or bar owa carriage or a bog at
tbe opera. She noe4imea .pent a hard
earne.1 $i f. a drive, bat there was aei
tber luxury la tbe ratriage nor swifi
Beats in the sleetis, and she was ctmeHoos
all tbrongb the drive that when she
went back to the office she would write
Something about tlie country in spring
or tlie flotsam of fall foliage and flow
era with wbtcb tbe suburbaa resident
could dec-Tate bis Ikmiss and table.
If sue look a 1 seat in the opera
bums, she rarely bait herself completely
in the niosic, as site wotild bate liked
tu do, because akeleliais tif paracrapba
ca tiieater bats and tlieater uannera, ou
lovers who make lure in tbe stalls a.
well as on tbe stage, and a tin azrand ntbrr
things for tbe next day's paper flitted
tlirooe.il her tuimL Site urver bad a
lis gown ; ca tbe ositrary, be walked
ten bha-ks and climbed seven stories to
find a dreMuinaker who would make,
though at tbe same lime anar, berooe
gowa for f 0. Iler modest Ixmse wa.
pretty, and sbe was even quite famous
ff her petites snawrs, at wlik'h one
sometimes met eminent and always de
lightful petiple, but only beraelf and
ber one maid knew at wbat cwt of per
spiring brow and smutched finger, md
acbing back the dainty littie dishes
So there was almt reverence ia ber
tones as sbe replied :
"My dear, you are tbe clever woman :
Too are far mr river tbaa Ueurge
Klirt. Tbe naliy Mi .art woman ts not
tiie twe wImi uiakee her own dally
bread, even iImmii.Ii lli'tv 1 a Neessil
rude pmidibg thrown in now mad tisea.
It Is site who. without ist.ltig ber band,
ran rsoe all line luaary tu be laid at
ber t eily sulitt smsl fee. It is like eat
ing a Delmotitro tUttbrr and Is meai ing
that you aia not tne rhef who rvssVed it.
Not tbe wouMia wo wLs, hat sbe
who gits all tbera ts ia lite taiibwut
walking. h tbe nelly rlerrr woman."
"May laeie not I two kinds itT rhf
eruersr" said Ibe wctnau who ram to
make ber aleo.-AXiw YutL UeraU.
MtN WITH PCOrt MO1t3.
kaass rleaas aavl Lm aanaala
Aa amusing instaure tif aphasia was
that of aa okl rooniry genlb man, who
retained ia hte ewiplojr a large uumbet
of servacis, meet fT bom he bad
known siorv UilLlLotd.
Wishing 4te day to auddrwly summon
ns m-ist, b i j a it at c Man s
name bad for tbe mofurot, a be
thought, ex alted hint. He determined
to call bis tonttnan. bat to bis aarpris
bo discnered that bo con id ao tunre re-UK-mbi-r
tbe man's nsme tbaa ibe but
He was all tbe more atfonlebed when
be found that be bad entirely forgot ira
tbe names of every man aad woman la
He bad also forgotten tb names of
bis most intimate acquaintances, and so
art about providing tubal It ales. Kvety
man was known by bis px-uliarlttee ;
certain persona of tank ia Ibe neighbor
hood be called tbe "king" or tbe
'qnrea' or tbe "Brand fixiecj" bis
butler and footman were reepertively
"old waiter" aod "yoaug waiter. "
Another curiims lustanre of aphasia
was that of a famsas IVrlin bysariaa.
He wae silling labia siodytaie tussa
iug. writing m rierift for a bill, wbea
snd.hu ly, after having wiiltca two
v rds, Le loet all m use if tln-ir mean
fg. tie tried townte 4i. hut found be
could tb.nk tf too word, lie threw down
bis en in uWpuir. and aitenipted to
k ak. but was rually ansae ressroL
This was cue if tbof rasem, buwerer,
wbicb a4i lass iff, and in a bM-t I mm
he was able to ftbieb Ibo ifsvipt. Mis
Tke Lena Jurya.es flat Tsaalaiaaa '
lu the trial of a ca.ic in I'owell coea
ty not hwg ago the attorneys objected
tu ail fbe j-inirs v. bo had been sam
niorred sure one. As no isbers were at
hand, it was aT-d that the) act ion
elioukl be tiiol by the one remaining
juryman. Afti rtbe mih-ntwwas board
tb judge told tiie haw juror to retirt
and make up a verdtrl. lie retired, aud,
afier staying "ot f.s- over an iKsjr.oame
bat-k ami reinried aohnmiy that the
jnry b.id f.ili.-d to agree urssj a verdict.
thm be.t eue sAa wor.d for
'., hr'eee. orwa. aloors. Bait
rfeeam. fever awo. as, cbapped
bands. obLbialaa, corns aad mil akia
arnpttOBB. acd reiUTOiy trBraa
piles or no fia roonlrait. It Is fUBr
aatawd to tra'perract atlSTBOtioa. off
ate rot andtd. In aaavs fm
b a f'rraeJe b Ham tTUeeaeyef
Mys4t Cure" f r rhoaraaUsia
and neuralg-ia era la 1 to t dajm.
Iu aitloa apoa tho system to ra-
arkaMo and BiTsteriouB. It ra
tncvM at oaoa tho caaaa, aad tba
disease latmadiauiy diaappaara. Tba
rat dose (really relieve, 7 oeat.
Bold by Otto Urotiaa. inrriaX. Bock
Islaad. aad Uaet Heblefc-al Soa, StO
West Seenad atraat. Uaveaaort.
Children Cry for
tovt no nests.
A wUJ eeas drafck ef Ttt racmlnr eVw.
A will rose saulfst ct ibe saeiaiat eua,
A wM roue drtaasU lbs i-mra ay trssgb.
A ud ran Cad fcta IV J ity was eces.
And ever tbe res was f sir. was sweet,
Aad sear the fnee u L .
Cat a rjt Ife. Itkr s drr:. t Beet,
And a roe ia a Bay wttl ate.
I' frl e s day thst tore eties frew
la lbs tns-a ef the heart tike a ease.
take a roes f. sialVd la tae aaorn.ee deer.
Like a m it di4 at the eweet Ca ecsaae.
And srrr tlie In a tau-. was seiax.
Aat ewe 4a 4w was shy.
Dot the L(e erf lot. HUr a tvee, te Beet,
Aad a to ts a day tit am.
-Assa K. Billiard ia Vanity.
SOME SlCNS OF APPROACHING ACC
aw a Has nkesel That Me Wee Or.wiag
CMd WMbsst BkasMBtac U.
A man. aptuiatly slightly wst tnid
dh I f.-, vbnse hair v.a tinged with
gray aod sxitioejblr thin oa 1041, mt near
meat a lUaier. As tbe rtutaia rose fat
tbe first titue a ej-ectai led tuaa of ahool
the aairie tujie enlerrsl aud sv-)ttod Ibe
vacaiit saul leea cm. lie looked Bt
tho idber fixedly. The V.4 was rt
rhangeil. ai d fa a sec. id a had the
idlier rtadially by the harxl. 1'he.NBi
veraf hwj tohl that llary bad lasea scIk4
males who had M e) Mm ia many years.
"by Jove, 4 'bat lie." rvlaiiwrd tbe
first, "it does tue ;id to s yam. You
bat en 'i changed much wore than I have,
and 1 am red a day older tbaa wbea we
gut ir diplomas."
"I can't ouite agree with yoa, Tom."
answered the caber, but I don't feel
very tibl yet. I ses yoa still enjoy tbe
theater, and I rupfoee yoa have key up
your literary taette for the liest SO
"Thirty years !" repeal d Tom. " iltra?
be years fly ! i ycax retuember bow
tbey used to diagr TVuterel Well, 1 4k
go atw and then, hot the plays ad arV
tug are and what thy need to he. Aa to
btaiks. I dill read them, but taf tba
aandeta iraKh. Tlw-te hasn't tra a good
tsseV wtiifesi fw a quarter tU a corttury.
The Mew ciueei gi-aj an the dvsnepfua
thua what I suit. Du you nsneoi
ber I lie lueulsweliad oa til uli Ver
mont farm: Ihssaa Were buptsr slave.
Thtilr tvsts and lesavaco! Htaoge. tiat
1 0. K l eie.M a .u 4" ge I Wtttithg
wbrirolhta cKit'fiMiiailrd dnift tsntantag
frisat. I feel eaearalgia a ton aT any
"Tom, tiki boy." ivfild tba ether.
"yia are ahscevg esjrself. f yosj
bar ahovta ttiat kd sigee tsT ainawb
ing age Wit hi a three mtaratsM. our jav
laef that theaters aad asBors baee 4V
g' tasraled. that stew tssake are belnw tba
tandard. that child hot si cksjkiag Was
rferth aud that tiaae flies an vwy
fst are all indMstM that yisj ars oa
the dVraa bill aid of life. Tba alight
draft that yoa asy brings a itttg of
neural la to t fee top of your head, wbere,
I Mm ice. t be ha ir is rat her thia, won Ida t
her yoa are fa ibe aery f rcatt aaat ef a
theater. NouesdesiyUig the eigne, T'Sai.
W ar get ting aheag aad asast adaart
whut ollxis tUttily aa.';w York
- - e- - , : r , - ....
Let Tbe Wtc!c Weill
Keow The Ccsl
Dr.JUles' Heart Cere Cms
HtttT litKF.Asia. baa tta rtrtlai at a
dlsad'vaalajra. Always taKUTIrt that
beset 01 aii at lararabia, ertaea text
Symiptuea. benaaie Well BcBaed, Uas amtaeot
heroine, alanmel aad a asrenea eauaar tafcas
Blara. Hat wbea a Mt fs-eorsly l uub4
aad a ca re etortsd, afier veare of as fferlag,
Ibsra la great te)u!cte aad ateeirs ts4
tbe whole world fcasrv." Mrs. Leaira Wrae
lager. of Satlku-k. Kaaeaa, errOae; "I Assise
to art tbe vbola vurid tao etaat tw.witfaf
tr XKIiac Heart Cars baa Bona for
VI a aoa. For le rears I bad
Heart Cure im ' ev v
aeaa csT bsaath. aataHav-
IfAllftl tiiisas ferlHifie eaf
tlCaUin....... cbesl. wamk asd bengry
eprlla, bad dreauaia, could not lie ( eilbar
mtom. waseeaabaajdeegeeadteennly. I look
Dr. mtlaea' Heart fan aed befnra I Bahdaad
the anenod bottle I felt Its good fertav, f fwd
ao tbet I aaa fatly r meted, aad that Dr.
ilea' Hear) Care aa red mt life."
far si lies' ftearl ( nr. 4. n4 a s
taavt Bret Uouue beswata. or aawaey rati
m raa botto at
AV w. V 1. il BL B ter. 4
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