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THE ARGUg, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBBI. 18, 1888.
TH8 TBAVELKBS' GUIDE.
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I.iuoa oflt of Peoria earrj throagi
coohes ud Bleeping citirt on clfcT
trslus to principle oitlet.
Gen. Tloket Agent.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
bennty excelled by none. Thin
stone does not wash or color tho
wall with alkali, etc Plans sent
as for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. Q. R. R.
Trains Kos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let Tisltora off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
ISaildln es can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell 4 Lynda's build
Arthur Burrall, manager,
Rock Island or Colona, 111.
:;. "f - e-. -
White Seal saloon
1815 Second ATeaoe. '
Is there any reason
for dodging and ig
noring a great and
vital fact simply be
cause a few prejn-
-1 .' J : i .
, .-Z people have anti-
' constitntes moralitT
and modesty? Rea
aon and honesty say
certainly not. Urn
and women are at
tracted to each other
because they are men
and women and be
cause it is right and
necessary that they
should be so at
tracted. The things
that make a man at
tractive are the char
acteristics caused by
his inherent manli
ness by the strength
which makes him a
perfect man. The
same is true of wo
man. There is strong
attractiveness in per
fect fcealth Th.n
fascination and mag
netism in it. A wo
man cannot be en
tirely womanly she
cannot De a perfect
woman if she is not
in perfect health. In
ittct en .wl. 1
. - J " n uci
sickness affects the organs that make her a
woman, in just so much she loses attractive
ness. This is the vital part of her health.
If anything is wrong there, it may result ia
all manner of ills all over the body. Care
less, or too busy, physicians frequently treat
separate and distinct ailments. The symp-
vuiija mtiuy iiu voticu, 9U mtKO SO tUat
when a woman is sick in any way, the first
thought should be Ptven to the nrrmn rlia.
tinctly feminine. About 9 times in 10 the
cause ot me trouoie win be found there.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription enres all
work about it. There is no chance about it.
it 1? a tact mat uas oeen aemonstratea in 30
solid years of extensive practice.
Thousands .f wemen have written rrrate.
ful letters, who have wished the whole
world of women to know the wonderful
tliinss the "I'rescriution" Las done fur
A Woman's Quest.
After t ravelins: over laml and sea.
. 1 . . 1 . 1 - . '
DUC1HIU9 ijiv iii,i-'i, 01 iter
seart h at home.
Thertorvofthis well known tnrlv rmrr
for health, in that of thousands. Tiler mar
not have traveled so far or expended so
much money, but have searched juat as
earnestly. ThouHands ot women dyinrr no
nnally from discuses nceuiiar tothesex.show
how futile is the aucst of man v. A brief .
tract from Mrs. Pratfs statcinrnt: "Twelve
years I Buttered all a
woman can and live.
Death would havrbeen
a happy release. I was
treated bv the best sms
'. ,,y.x cialistsinCanada,EnR
-2 out relief- 1 1 n il inflam.
I . ' ''JAwlr rnatton, nleeration, ca-
'.V.S-(it' i . turrh, retroversion and
J J'(fZtmL2, W hemorrhanes. To pleac:
f Jt'S&ly vv. afrietidltisedWildolive
n ri ii vi lic 1 onie. ncT
cared me permauentlv.
Not a sifm left. Have
pained 1 7 pound."
MR S.MAUD A. PRATT
Intcrbay, Wash. A
fail history of the
above case and mini
thcrs. sent on aorlieation. The remedies
ts, d, are lie pnzed formulas of a physician
v, no pave n: ii ". to tne sttiny or niscnses c
womt-ii. M ild live is applied to the stat o:
iistv;sc. Myrtie Tonic is tnken internally to
'mil'! rp tlic rystem. Actinr; in harmonv.
they cttre cases that nothing else can reach,
i'rve $1. ciu-lt. Pami'les of both and a vnl-
!:tl!r tre:itisc FKI-tK. nf otir nrrents, or by
i.t.!rc.s.-;:!K, VICTOR M KIUCA1 AtoSu
IATIUN, SouUl Dcud, lud.
Me3. m. J. SAaaxsTT, Agent,
lit: ?&Lf acratb8t., BockUalaad
We are showing our
Uauil line of fine
Pred WoMan, Jswek
EnliabJe (roods at
1804 JiTC-N AVKM7X.
the sanvs RssmsJftKh
It quick!- i Surlr teJ
N rhitr Kmiwi.T.,. r.vil UrW
"r.i uui.hiw and mil .mw... ir-.na am
exam and hMKrretion. Ileatorra lt Vitality.
ruwer ana UlIIii,? Memory. Waul. orT Insanity
I i.t!5un;P.!i"J-.C,M W,'B n "wrs faiL Insist
onhTir. ITAI.ls.noeih. Cui be earrMd In
fiLvi" Z "".I "rnte. to ( an or ItofaJkd
th Mmrj. trculur Pne. Adxlresa
xmmti KLDiciKt ca, CHICAGO. ILL
for sal. br Mrri.ll A . m
B tarewvar, arcurwiB,
ateaMaws st Staa, ass SO raw at
Saatt aai Kbit, ? vara tm StlMn
Siding, Flooring, rVainacuatlaa;
Uth street, bat. tttaadataa
THEY LEVY BLACKMAIL
Unscrupulous Methods of Dis
honest Private Detectives.
A TRAGEDY 0 SA5 rHA5CISC0.
Tta. Murder of rriTate Deteetlr. Bleks by
One of Ilia Victim How Shady Slentka
Entrap Kich Meat Opinions of Kep.tav
The recent mnrdcr In San Francisco of
E. T. Hicks, a private detective, by J. A.
Mitchell, one of his victims, calls forth the
following comments on the methods of
Hicks and other nnsr-rnpiilous private de
tectives by Captain Callondan, at well
"An estimable resident of this city come
to me one day and asked my advice. lie
said he had received a note from Hicks ad
vising him to call nt Hicks' oCice without
delny on business cf importance. Wonder
ing what the business could bo, the citizen
went, and Hicks said to him: 'I shadowed
you tho other nlgbt wlicn yon took a wom
an to a certain place, acd unless yon ptve
me 11,000 I will Inform yonrwife.' The
GETTING MATERIA!, FOR r.LACEMAIU
citizen was indignant, as tho lady wr.s a
rclativo from the oonntry, and lie iuul met
her and taken her to n hotel. IJut he ro-
Bocted that, ulthouph hiscnud;ict had lieon
perfectly Innocent, It lnlftht bo piveu an
ngly appearance, and so he decided to suin
time and seek my ad v lea
"I told Lira that tho first thins to do
was to explain tho whole situation to his
wife and then to arm himself with two
fcot of stout rubber boso concealed under
his coat, tako a friend with hliti, pn to ceo
Hicks, make liiui repeat his protmsltion in
the friend's presonce ucd then trivo him a
good beating with tho hose. You tro, a
nosa is not a deadly weapon, but it hurts
dreadfully and leaves ft w nfuUs.
"My client was delighted with my ad
vice, but he wanted to ttko n rlnb lustuml
of a hose. It was all I could do to dlit
ttuftdo him. If ho had tuken a elub, he
wonld have killed his Jimi auil I knew it.
"That Is the only way ta treat private
detectives of that class. Tho hu iiiess of
private detectives Is necessary and leiriti
mote, bnt tho operations ot lil.-inknHiilor
calling themselves private detoctives l,.io
broupht the term Into inu?h dlsrcputa"
C. J. Stlilwell, another reputable detect
"The curbstone detective has no reputa
tion to lose. He is willing nt all times to
undertake nny scheme nf blackmail or ex
tortion. To his eyes the immediate dollar
1j of more importance than prospective
ropntntion. It is of littlo importance
whether tho evidence that ho secures for a
client is true or not, and he will not hesi
tate under the pressure of a good fee to
manufacture evidence and suborn perjury.
"One of the most famous cases of black
mall in this city by an unscrupulous pri
vate detective was that In which Wilson
and McO.tnghey fook part. By certain
means Wilson secured tho fragments of a
latter from the wastebeskct of the late
Dr. Plouf. A lady In Willows had writ
ten a business letter to Plouf regarding
some dogs. After Wilson had surrepti
tiously obtained tho fragments of thy let
ter he pasted them together and proceeded
to Willows, where the met the husband of
the lady In question. Carefully conceal
ing all bnt the signature of tho letter, be
offered to furnish the husband with abso
lute proof of his wife's infidelity on the
payment of a certain sum. Ho actually
secured $40 by this schema acd afterward
related the circumstances in court, ex
plaining that AIcGaughcy bad urged him
to that course. The death of Dr. Plouf at
McGaughoy's hands was the result of this
private dotective's work.
"Such acts as these tend to bring the
term 'private detective' Into bad odor. For
the honest detective there is a broad field of
usefulness. It is his business to trace
missing heirs and persons who have disap
peared from their accustomed places in
life. He is often called upon by employers
to investigate the habits and character of
an employee. Much of the labor of private
detectives comes through the requirements
ol lawyers. It Is impossible) for an attorney
with a large practice to learn from his
client's witnesses all that it is necessary
lor him to know, and it is here that a iri
rate detective is needed, and he must as
certain the character of the witnesses and
the legal value of their evidence.
"A great deal of the private detective's
work lies entirely outside the limits of a
police detective's duties. As a rulo a police
detective's work does not come iuto play
nntu alter a warrant ims been issued. In
the case of a defaulter, for instance, the
least publicity will alarm him and he will
try to escape. It frequently happens that
a suspected person is kept under careful
surveillance a long time by private detect
ives, until his books have been csperted
and his guilt or innocence ascertained. It
sometimes happens that luen are wrong
fully suspected. In such cases they are
never made aware of the severe trial
through which they have been put. .
"There are many kinds of fraud which
are being constantly investigated by the
private detective. Threat, of blackmail
and anonyu &us letters are placed in his
hands for investigation, and it is through
bis tact and skill that the guilty parties
are discovered. The private detective ta
also called upon to find lost or stolen arti
cles. He may assist in the conviction of a
criminal, or be may establish the Innocence
of a man who has been convicted of a
When shady private detectives were
mentioned to an experienced police detect
ive, he struck his desk with his cl inn bed
band and vehemently excluimod:
"Tbey are the greatest promoters of
crime in the whole country. 1 am not
speaking of tho respectoble private detect
ive, but of the detestable spy whose prin
cipal business is to find out the weakness
ef suee and women and levy blackanail oat
the knowledge that he thus anjulwa
Fmaia of the best men In the world hare
their snortconilngs. I aro little snapt
eiotn of a man who has nn fault nf habit
or taste. Liok out for him. If be hi rVh,
he may be found to be hard, cruel and
elfish, always alert for an opportunity to
take ail vantage of somebody's fault of
judgment, He will likely understand the
art of usury, and w ill know how to strip
the widow and the orphan.
"On the other hand, the genial, warm
Hooded, ympatbrtic man. particularly if
he's wealthy, is full of faults, as faults go.
He Is the special prey of blackmailers.
They shadow him and terrorise him. If
be should be threatened with exposure,
be will think that disgrace and ruin would
fallow, and if he once submits to black
mail, he is gone.
"The professional blackmailer usually
styles himself a private detect ivo for tho
reason tliat the word detective has with
some a terrible significance. To them it
means such a slenthhnuud aaConan Iinyle
has pictured an indefatigable worksr and
a shrewd analyzer, a man who ran see
through a stone wall. Aa a nwittiT nf furt,
the shady private detective is usually a
stnpld creature, depending more on his
nerve than bis wit
"It is impossible for the public at large
to realize the pitfalls that are constantly
placed before the feet of the rich. Hirewd
and unscrupulous ersnii can twist an
lnnoc-t circumstance iuto one that looks
suspicious. If people v.tre not snch cow
ards, blackmailing would, I.O rarer.
"Do you know that women u re the most
efficient aids that shady privnto detectives
employ? It is a rare tiring for a woman
to be a blackmailer, and it is equally rare
for women to be successful in the busi
ness; but they become powerful and dan
gerous when allli-d with men who nave
both courage and shrewdness.
."The most alert, conscientious and dis
interested privato detective In the world
are newspaper reporters. They pursue ex
actly the method of police detectives, the
only difference being tltut reporters are not
organized as we arc and have not the time
for inCnito detail work. Their business re
quires them to look mainly for broad ef
fects. Very often they hinder us by find
ing out and publishing thine that we
want to keep dark for a time, but on the
other hand they often help us amazingly
by diggiug up things which wo hare over
"Detectlvo stories aro productive of a
great deal of mischief, but It Is principally
of the kind Keen In tho cases nf Imij-s and
very young men. who are led to spy Into
other I'ooj !e's affairs and who end by be
AN INDUSTRIOUS FIREBUG.
fie Collected Insurance For F.lcliteca Fires
oa One Suit of Furniture.
The circumstances aurrounding tlic hold
ing of Ilicliael . Mi mm of Kverclt for
tho grand jury, on a charge of defrauding
Cro insurance companies, are looked upon
in instiRtnco circles ns tho most remark
able in the history of the business In New
llinon Is charged with burning hi
household furniture in crucr to recover in
surance money from tiie Firemen's Insur
ance company of Host on, ni.d tlMTe are 18
insurance companies which nllege that they
have paid, within the past 1H months, for
18 different Iirvs on this sr.ir.c furniture.
Theallt'ged fires oncum-d between June 20,
18'15, and rept. 11, lH'.Hi, and tho amounts
cullmtvd vary from i to to tl ji.
Michael i. Minon is 74 years of age.
ITe is an interesting personality, looks ev
ery year of bis ngs, is partially blind and
lame, has ki.d 3 wives and SI children
and was once in tho Doston common coun
cil. A good ninny years ago, when living
in Natick, he served a long term In tlie
state prison for r.n attempt to defraud a
liqnor houso from which ho had purchased
A NOTORIOUS DUCHESS.
Checkered Carrrr of the Widow ef tbe
Iuk. of Sutherland.
It is reported that the dowager Duchess
of Hut her land is engaged to marry (Sir Al
licrt KayeKollit, a prominent London law
yer and member of parliament. The dow
ager duchess has the distinction nf being
the first duchess ever sent to prison in
England for other than a political offense.
Sho was fined CI, 250 and sent to Hnlloway
jail for six weeks, April 19, lo'ja, for con
tempt of court in destroying a document
bearing npnn the contest of the will of the
lute duke, said to have been n letter written
by her to the late duke. She served the
sentence of Imprisonment, bnt bad a com
modious room for a cell, was allowed to
furnish it luxuriously acd fared sumptu
ously. ' Mary Caroline, daughter of the Rev.
Richard Miehell, history professor nt Hert
ford college, Oxford, married, while very
young, Arthur Kindersley Blair, who had
charge of the Duke of Sutherland's deer
DowAccn duchess or sittheexaicd.
forests. Captain Blair was accidentally
killed by the duke, who fell in love with
tbe widow. Tbe Ducheu of Hutuerlasd
died Nov. 25, 1888. of grief and shame. It
is said, on account of this amour of the
duke, then AO vaars old. Leas thaa four
months afterward tbe dnke married the
Widow Blair in Dunedin, Fla., where be
owner large treeta of land and was in the
habit of spending much time. His chil
dren refused to live in the same bouse with
their stepmother, tlie old servants left in a
body, and the tenants of 1 renthaia and
Iranrobtn publicly insulted the ducheea.
The duke died Sept 22, law, leaving a
great part of tbe vast estate to the doebasa.
Tbe duke owned over l,000,0uo acme of
land, it baa been figured, tbe rental fro an
which amounted toST?). 000 annually. The
value cf the property bequeathed to the
ducheea. forwblcb she sued, was estimated
at f 7.500.000. The ease was com proa land.
It ia said the dowager d orbeas received fS,
00,000 down and aa annnrty ef 13i,00ee
AM EASY BET TO WIN. .
It Tenfc Oelr at abort Ttane t C otto. I
Store Tbaa Traruir" reoH,
They tapped to the !: if tho side
walk and 1-oked long ami earnestly ia
tho directum of I bo cornice of one of
tbe big bailtlingt, Of course under the
circamtitauces tbe man who had becti
standing ia the doorway felt impelled
to join thee TJccouId not ere anything
extraordinary at tho top of tbe building,
bnt be kc;it his eyes upturned becauo
A man who was hurrying along saw
tho three, and bo at cuce forgot where
be was going and what be had to do,
and joined thera.
' "I told you so," said tlie maa who
hid first can his eyes in that direction,
end lio made a motion as if to point out
svtmetliinK to his companion.
Four men whu were passing saw the
gesture and stopped to invert igato, and
before they bad fairly fixed their gaze
upon the eoruicn throe others joined
"Yon maybe right," returned tho
compuuion of the man who had first
spoken, "bat yon said 20. y.n know."
t;ix uioro people), including two wom
en, were now straining their cyrs to see
what was wrong with t!e corn ice, and
a tumor was in circulation that eotac
one had tried to throw a child out of
one of the windows. This was promptly
denied by tho man who knows it all and
who is always present on such ca occa-'
sion. Ho said that a gang of counter
feiters had been found on tho top floor
and had taken refogo ou the roof, where
thry woro preparing to do battle with
the officers who bad been sent to arrest
Menuwhilollio little group at tho edge
of tho sidewalk bad swelled to a crowd
of over a hnudred.
"Well, arc yon satisflod now?" asked
tho man who had first stopped.
"Yes," rcj,!iod his companion.
"Thr.ro are worn than 20."
M;iro than 20 whati" anxiously in
quired several of tbo nearest tho two.
"Ftiohi," returned tho first rpraUti
promptly, " inspired idiots. You n.e, we
had a ttt-puto ns to tlic number of fords
to bo seen on tho streets of a great city,
and I bet him we could gat her 29 around
u.i in ten minutes by simply Ktaudiur;
oat here and looking up at tho cornice.
Gentlemen, there ore more than 20 of
you here, and I win. "
Then a hundred or more solemn look
ing men, md a few women, went ou
aliout their busiucsu, and tbey all felt
like kicking themselves without inter
mission frr a period of nut loin than twe
hours, Chicago Post.
Tbe Wbeel and England.
Take tbe (treat XurtU road. Exorpt
upon market days, ouo night have trav
eled any CO miles al..tig it between
Ilighguto and York without meeting uO
people. Towns which literally lived by
the road bad drifted iuto a hi'lplctly
somnolent condition, from which no ap
parent human agency could awakvu
them, and the stranger thereto was stared
at as much an if be bad been a liili
lander or an Iroquois in f nil warpaint
Tbe highway itself, being of no particu
lar value to anybody' since tho Great
Northern railway began to whirl the
old patrons of the road aloug at 45
miles au hour, was allowed to decay,
and in wet seasons or snowy weather
was well nigb impassable.
The rags for wboeliug has produced a
rapid transformation. Station yourself
at any point yon like, and try to count
tho machines which pass on a fine Sat
urday afternoon dnriug tbe course of au
hour, and yon will soon abandon tlie
tabk as hopeless. Then, couKider that
every rider of every machine spend
something during Lis trip, evon if it be
but the cost of a temperance drink.
Consider that a very large number of
Saturday riders sleep out and make
good meals during thoir journey ; that
they are constantly spending something
over and above their actual traveliugex
penses; that the wonderful extension cf
our acquaintance with our own country
resulting from these peaceful invasions
of it by the inhabitants, not merely of the
metropolis, but of every city and consid
erable town in the land, bos led to tbe
refurbishing np of such local lions as
the castle, or the abbey, or the great
Somebody's birthplace, or the waterfall,
or the view (tho inspection ot all of
which means the expenditure of money),
and an approximate idea may be gained
of the influence upon national trade
which this pastime alone excrcirfoa.
Tree mi a. '
Send your address to H. F Bnck
lin A Co., Chicago, and tret a free
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Hlls. A trial will convince yon of
their merits. These pills are easy in
action and are particularly effective
in the cure of constipation and sick
headache. For malaria and liver
troubles they have been proved ia
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
suoelance ana to oe purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by their actios,
but by riving tone to stomach and
bowels prestlr invigorate tbe sys
tem. Regular size x cents per box
Sold by Mart A Ullemeyer, drag;
ptieel ruoal ruesi
Dr. WUlisms'lndiaa File Ointment
will care bMod, bleeding, ulcerated
and itcLiiK piles. It absorbs tbe
tumors a'lsjt the itching at onoe.j
acts as a pultic. gives instant re-!
relief. Dr. WUliama' Indian Pile,
Ointment it prepared only for piles '
and Itebin; of the private parte, aad j
nothing ene- Every box is guaran
teed, bold by dragg-itta, seat by.
mail for SO eats aad f 1 per bos. j
WW .a.aMO am m v w-. ' .. Mil , v I
land. Ohio. For sale by all druggist-
Stow to fVoaaojt a Oold.
After an ex pose re, or wbea yo
feel a eold eomiag oa. take a doe of
Foley's Honey aad Tar. It never fails. I
tVaM by M. F. anthaaati .1
Fall Details Gladly Given.
A Railroad Official's Experience.
i . x at tv k aa
Trill U. mWAitli U llnSHS, Inar
J W I KMVtrJ Bitb ralr.a4 ro:nru'-lia la
m Keura' l:a,w.-1t::-1yhrarttueUrd
and pained t fur is yr.ru. "UTtfKW of
breath was themtrMaiit and rtrnt
symiitntn. Intcnwe.ezcrceiatlnfpalii. retire,
ally folhurrd any vcnccrto.. I a in toed,
banger '.I boat any copci ike; Uattertac that
made me clutch my tm-.ua, and tlpliatinn
tint often atacn-d tne aa If I wnald tall.
cro frequent aftacka. Ain, emrytM-i:
would turn Mack If I amw froro aataiult,f
poatnre qolol ly. Plt-plc a nUhu with their
emneiroa and I cor: Id
ret no nKt day cr nicht.
I consulted blluir nay
stclaet. and tried adnT
tiard retticdiea. Tiny
irare me no relief. One of
Ir. M:las circular dacrilied try cava o
exactly that 1 took IT. t'lioW New 'ieart
Cure and I am bow a we a tun. I bov
every one trai'ilrd with bean dunaae will
try Ir. iaes reaiedlca. If tbey will write
dc perKmally. I will flatly give theta fall
detail, of ra v esprrk-aee." I jiw. Euuoana,
I. U. llos C InvUl City. Ni bracks.
Vr. JUlcV Iluart fare b auld on narantos
that Crjt bottle boacQU or mouty rcf anded.
Kotice of Final Settlement.
Balat.of Uaolel mwler, Di CeaaiA
Prjbllo IMit!e bt hereby rvtl that the rmdrr
Srnrd. K.me Ilmri, adeitaMtaaar. haa thw
day Sled ale trial trourt and artUesaout
a sacb In tl. rnt,tf encrt t bura
l.'.rM enntv. an 4 that aa orar bas baoa
entered by a.4 man anvmvfaig Ue oa'4 m
(xrrt. un'.w, olijvfttnn. tlirn to or raoae . tb.
cntrarf be aUnwn oa or W-fma tb. V7lb day
of M..mt r. A. U. IMS, ,A ynm ua Saatl ai
troal of aaid rrpurt. tbe raid fiyroa Dnrr will
ask 1" an mdrr of rl'. rirmuna. aad will alae aa
!' bedlat harrL Ail pcraaas) lBratad ara aa
Ufied to attend.
Rork Ulaod. HU Oct- S8. IM
A 'm tiliualor ot ia. lfatateofUMiiultvoriar.de-
st ATI i ot.iwna. I
'"fW C nratt eourt, SetSteaoer tarav, A, D
M. W Starf coo vs. fatfick Oretot Bogseas. te
, rB davit nf the iion-rer4drae. of Putrlck
Grrug boirr.. ta. ebor. 4cfla,.t. that a.
tilare nf roldwrco t a..kaowa a 4 thai a. da
aud diltgi nt Hajnlry cae vu be aaeenoitird, ti.riue
bers C-rd is tho clerk ' ofTc of the circa .1
e ort M-d eanrtr, nntlrw thorcfnrr Wrr
ty gW, n to tl al4 ti - fiFMdcat drfeojtfaat,
I: tba rntulamatit fled ale bill t4 coat
ph.ta ia the ssld court en the ehsarerr f
Uieei no IM IVbd.y of Assart, A. D. I OVA,
aiit thxt aomaxatn was belied terroo out of
.aid curt. wtM-roin aaM suit la mar iefdlsc.
ratursal,!. nn u. flret K'Bday ta tbe aMBIh of
Janaary i t, aa la by law Sounlred.
Ko, ata you, tbe said H"Ms1orat as
fi-Bdaul abor. named, Patrlok 44rnag Bog
eras ahail paraoLally be aud aw btdurc
tbe mm circuit noon on lb. I rat day of trie
boat trn lurreof. to be baldea at Koek lao I.
tn and for .aid rounty. on the fr-t at-iUr ia
aaaary Bexr, aud pK4d, aur or (loiner
to ta. aalit cnotelilnante b'll coroplatnr. tbe
a mo aft tbe Buttura I tie re Ik tbaryad and etetod
wnl be txken a. riaTeaaed aai a aleeroa etiiered
galcst you aceurdii g to tba prayer of aaud biU.
tiaoaea W. eaaataUctatk.
Rork laod, riUBepl. S. lBH.
rrt Boaoa A ataaraaLU, OooipliiBant'. btiUehor.
ni j. mi
Huy, Sell and Miriat.e
proprrty. Colltict KruU
The old fire and time
tried company reprt
feit?d. Rates a. lm
as any reliable company
four Fakroear 's atoiiTihrt
Office lhJC, Second
arto B a Iw.
Geaanl aai Nervooa Debility.
MIDI. r.rTects of Krrurs
or Finunat. la Old oe
Yoanz. Hobti.t, Nnbie
Manhood fully hectored.
How to fcnlanr. end
f-t renin ben Weak. l't-
dtT.oaaxt Portloaa of
Body. Abwltitrly in.
t a 1 i ng flaaK TrcUneti t.
It t T . 1. m A a
jB UMlfr frmn AS Ktaleo atwl VWaa
cantrtea. fVttd for IeaerlrHre tktttL. ea
llaiialtoa aad preofa. taalled laaatali troa.
ERIE W:ZXl C0.,es?f2l3.I.T.
ire the most istel d l
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CU3Z
a GUARANTEED wesxztt
or money ref untttd.
by all eminent physicSssa
as the best for udeqred
TIIE ARGUS is
the winter fireside
It contains all
the nears Local,
the country In gen
eral, and Foreign
rials and Budget of
It it strictly up-to-date.
and be with the
You will find it
promptly at your
Of anything try
They have been
tried by hundreds
and not found
and bett advertis
th B-i . .