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th it a nor ft moitday. uovcntsrt co ; icra
Notioe of Final St ttleraent.
Bstat of Snld fowler, Deceased.
Public notice la hereby riven that tee nndtr
Signed, Bjron Drcry, administrator, bw tbls
day Bled Sis final report and settlement
aa fuzh In the connty court of Hock
Ialand eoontr. sod that aa order ha been
entered by aaid court apimrring the said re
port, unlew objection thereto or cans to te
ontrary be how on or before the tTtfa day
of November. A. D. IBM. and anoa tha final ai-
prorsl of aid report, the eaid Byron Drory will
ask for an order of atstrtbattoa. and will alM ak
to he discharged. AU persona lntareatad are rjc-
unea to aiiena.
Uock Inland, JJL, Oct. 28, 18W.
A-lm'clstiator of ihe Zatat or Daniel fowl , de-
STATS Or ILLINOIS, 1
Boos Iaxan comnrr. I
In the etrcult eoirt, Jaouuy term, 189T.
aUr Uoojs's ts. Altxaider Iloodil:, In chan
cery ' Affidavit of non-residence of Alexander Hood
a, the above defendant, baring bees media the
clerk's office of tbo clrcuitcoortof aaid county, nc
'tlc litbcrefn'e hereby given to thad noo repi
dent d ;fen.iant that the complainant filed ner bill
of complaint In ea-d court, on the chancery vide
heicjr, on the 25th day of November, 1SD6,
and that thereupon a s an root leaned not afttii
court, wherein eaid uit is now pending, r-in tri
able on the fitat Monday in the month of
J nnar next, a by law required. Now.
on' rm, th aaid noa-realdeut defend
ant at ore named hall peraonallT bo and
fppear before said circuit court, on the Brat day
f the neat term thereof, to be holden at
f?osk Island in and for the aaid connty, on 'h
flri-tMot dy In J.inaart next, atd plead, answer
.r tew or to the iad complaisant bill of enr
p'alnt, the farre and the matter and tliinj a
therein chirred aud ttated will be taken as col
! 'e1. and a decree entered against yon accord -ii
-1 the prater of paid bill.
GeoRtiB W. GajiBLa Cleric
T. If. Br.4unsi.ET, complainant', oollclor.
Mo a lalaim. 111., Nov., 85, 18!3.
STATU OP ILUKOIB, I
In the Circuit court, September term, A. I)
M . M Sturgeon vs. Patrick Gregg Bogsess, u,
ffllavit of the son-residence of P.trlck
Grtx'r Hot.-ree. the above defendant, that 'hit
place of residence is unknown and that ni on dec
ai.d diligent Inqnlry can not be ascertained, having
Im en fled in the clerk's office of the circuit
e nrt of said connty, notice la therefore here
by given to the said n n resident defendant,
ti at the complainant filed his bill of com
plaint In the eaid court on the chancery tide
H ereof on the 15th dy or August. A. D. ISSaV
and that summons was leaned thereon out of
raid court, wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable on the first Monday In the moc'.h .f
January next, as ia by law required.
No v, unless you, the eaid n"n-rrsteent de
fendant above named, Patrick Greag Bogs-ess,
shall personally be and appear before
the said circuit court on the first day or the
nxt t-rrn thereof, tn beholden at Hock Ilan4.
in and for said county, n the first Monday in
Janutty next, and plevL answer or demur
to t raid complainant' bill ofcomplalnt, the
ame and the matters t Herein charged and stated
will be taken aa confessed and a decree entered
gainst you according to the prayer of said bill.
Gsoasa W. Gamsu, Clerk.
Rock blind, 111., Bept. 28,1894.
STtmeeoH & aUaHii.L, Complainant's St licltorr
TaokBon S Hunt,
. . Attorneys at Lsw.1
OXca la Bock Island PaOonal Rank bn'ktw .
O t auu
Sweeney & "Walker.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lai
OSes la Bmgaton block.
Charles) J. Benrle,
Attorney at Law.
local bnilneei of all ktads promptly attnnde
to. State's Attorney of Bock Island eonrsi
flee, Fcaloffic block.
McSSnlry A ZSoEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan none on good aecnrttv; make r!)ec
I lone. Heferer.ca, Kitchen Linda, h uteri
t mce,Fotoflee block.
Dr. John E. Hawthorn-.
lw 0nUl Parlor, ovw Harta A Uueo 1 1 1
Cmg itore. Third sieaoe and Twsstlatc st sat,
Tt-e ;vut sppolntiner'a for ski'let '.anui wo k
Dr. J. D. Unancat,
Off re, Room It, Wbttttker Block, corner Thin
and Brady streeta, Davenron.
Dr. Ohaa. M. Hobertaoo,
Eye, Ear, Pose and Throat Oalj
Offlce, WMttaker Block, mlkMicarM TM
and Brady streets, Davenport, Inwa. Boraui t'
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arrow was planted. It is usually the organ
in his body that a man thinks strongest,
that disease assaults and batters down.
Caution a man about neglecting his
health and mention consumption, and he
will pound his chest and faugh yon to
scorn. He does not realize that con
sumption beats down this defense imper
ceptibly, inch by inch. The lungs once
attacked the only weapon of defense is
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used hi 'Compound Extract of Smart -Weed '
and ' Pleasant Pellets.' They will do just what
they are recommended to do."
The newly-wedded wife, above all other
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ror a; by Mswasji ft FtktBt sad tlaffi 41
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JOHN YOLK & GO,
tf ha. . tad a Beat f Vn
Stdlng, Flooring, WaiasocaUftf
18Ut slreat, bat. 4th and fttk aveaaes
Harry Colcord's Ride on the
Back of Blondin.
BE DESCRIBES HIS EXFEEIOCE.
A Sarta Feat That Wade WerlwwIiSe
Beaaatlea Thirtj-alz Tears r fli
tJona While 8wmyia; Ia Kidalr Alaoort
Wrecked by TTeaieaery.
Harry M. Cbleord, tba roan vrbo was
thrice carried by Blondin on bis back across)
Kiafrara falls on a tight rope, Is now living
in Chicago. In describing bis experience)
to a number of friends recently Mr. Colcord
"It took ns nearly fire months to stretob
the rope and get the goy lines In place.
The rope was S50 feet above water at Its
HABRT If. COLCOno.
lowest point, which wns 60 feet lwloWthe
highest In other word.i, there wns a grade
of 60 feet in each 1,000 feet.
"Meantime Blondin had coocbed roe as
to what I should da I was to put my
weight on his shoulders only with my
arms and clasp his body about rrith my
legs. But I could not put my weight on
his legs, ns that would Incumber his incre
ments. I had to keep all my weight on
"In July, I860, everything being ready,
I took my pines on Blondin's back, and
we started to cross the rope W'o begnn the
descent from the Cnnadian side of the rope,
and, by reason of the fnct that I had to
bear my weight on Blondin's shoulders
and could ouly use my arms to support
myself, frequent rests wore necessary. I
told Blondin when I wanted to rest and
then dropped down on the rope on one foot
and waited till my arms v. ore rclloved,
when I would spring tip again, using my
arms to lift and hold myself in place.
There was a great crowd prcsont, but I did
not see it at first. Frwn my place on Blon
din's back I could look out to the Ameri
can side and see below the stunted pines
thrusting tbclr sharp points tip from the
edge of tho foaming, roaring waters ready
to split ns in two if we fell.
"I remember thnt I was anxious to get
over, and I recall, too, thnt the great rope
before ns swung alarmingly from side to
side. We afterward ascertained that tha
rope hnd been swinging 40 feet ut the cen
ter. The swing was caused by there being
a length of 40 feet between the guys on
one side and those on the other. It was
the middle span. Below ns S50 feet roared
the river, and over it we swung from side
to side. Still moving on steadily, Blondin
never trembled. When he had gone about
10 feet on this middle span, some one on
the American side rnllod the outer guy
line. We afterward found out that it was
done Intentionally, and the rops was stop
ped in its swing.
" Blondin stopped and his pole went from
side to side in a vain effort to enable blin
to secure his balance. At one time his
pole was up and down on the right side,
at another up and down on the left, and I
recall now with wonder thnt I was only
curious to know whether he would succeed
in gaining control of himself or cot. Fail
ing to get his balance he started to run
across the horrible span and in safety
reached the point where tho guy rope came
from the American shore. Then to steady
himself Blondin pot his foot on the guy
rope and tried to stop, but tho guy snap
ped and with a dash of speed he ran swift
ly 85 or 80 feet farther, and said, 'De
scendez vous. '
"The perspiration now stood out on his
neck ami shoulders in great bauds, and we
balanced ourselves on the swaying ropes.
Presently he said 'Allous,' and I' raised
myself to his shoulders and we went on
safely and without accident toward the
shore. It was not, however, until we
landed that I appreciated what bad been
done. Then it occurred to me that the
man who pulled the guy line wns one of
those who had bet that the feat could nev
er be accomplished, and my Indignation
mastered any reactionary feclicj of fear.
THE CHEYAIJEB ELOXDIX.
Ton see, many thousands of dollars
bet upon the ability of Blondin to carry a
man over, and human cupidity stops at
"I shall never forget the wonderful tab
lean which the 10' 1,000 prcplo presented as
they stood gazing np at us as we ap
proached the shore. Thousands of them
turned their faces away or half turning
oast anxious g la noes over tnrir shoulders
at us as we drew near the bank. Then the
crowd became very much excited, surged
toward us, and Blondin stripped, fearing
they would push each other over the hank.
When the crowd was still again, Blondin
started ones more, and with a quick run
we soon came to the end of tba rope and
sprang to the ground. Cheer after cheer
then went up, and I was seized In the
arms of a man who lifted me high np tn
the air. saying. 'Theuk God. this terrib!)
feat is overt' "
Utt Whew He atrac
a-nainaowd and doomed Oat,
When I met Tommy first, bis only
asset was a serions danger, for his lira
nnderfed and underbred ponies were
about to bo stizod tor overdue taxes. I
could not help Tommy with moner, but
I tried to with advice. "Strike old Sam
Ashby for a couple of hnndrwi dollars,"
I suggested. 8am Ashby was one) of tba
rich men of Helena, Moo., at that pe
riod and ran a small savings bank. Tom
my Cruse "tried old Sam Asbby." All
he got, however, was some pretty free
talk, in which the banker assured Tom
my Cruse that he would rather throw
bis money into the bome cf bis Satanic
majesty than loan it to such a drunken,
Tommy Cruse got the mosey, bow
ever. Three weeka later be located the
great Drum Lummond gold mine. He
knew be had a big thing; but somehow
he could make nobody believe in his
mine. For years be worked at it, how
ever, living at timet a dog's life.
Ooco, while talking to a friend of
mine, be fell forward unconscious. He
bad not eaten a mouthful of food far
B6 Lours, and yet, with dogged persist
ency, bad worked on till be feii in bia
tracks. At last bis day came. He open
3d up a big vein and bad 1,000,000 to
bis credit in a good safe bank. Hard
times over, be divided to pose as a "sol
id citizen," so be opened a savings
bank in Helena. One of the first men
to apply to Tommy Cruse, banker, for
a amull loan was the one time hanker,
old Sam Ashby, now losa prosperous.
Then came to Ihe old prospector the
happiest moment of bis life, one that
wiped out all memory of starvation and
privation. For Tommy Cruse, showing
his Would be customer to the door, as
sured that customer, in language too
empbatio and graph io for English ears,
that be would sooner throw bis money
into the bouse of bia aatanio msjesty
than loan it to such a drunken, shift
less fellow as Saw Ashby. ,'ornb; 11
THE WELL MANNERED BOY.
He Is Simply Ckannlns. bat Attogether
Is there anything cioro charming in
this world than a nice, well mauuered
boy? I don't want to be hypercritical,
bet I must add, as I am a strictly vera
cious woman, that they arc, alas, as
rare as they are charming.
Such a boy, 'the well mannered gen
ius, thank heavens, I met not long
ago. and my infant thought was, What
a fine mother bis must be. I know Ler
by reputation, a celebrated actress, who
has carrfnlly shielded her private life
from the public, and my estimation of
that woman immediately rose 60 de
grees. Kane but a woman of culture,
refinement and true nobility of charac
ter could rear a son whose every light
est ward showed respect for women, in
nate good breoding, and, best of all, in
this day of aCTccted skepticism among
the jeuuesse dorec, an honest belief in
the existence of good among men and
women iu general.
And I couldn't help thinking sorrow
fully as I chatted with this delightful
boy bow few mothers really understand
their meter. It's the most responsible
work in the world, that of motherhood,
and is entered into with the least train
ing and preparation. Women aro pro
verbially proud, vain, their masculine
critics suy, and I wonder whether tbey
realize how tbey are reflected in their
children? If tbey did, would they not
make a greater effort to have reflected
only their good points, their gentleness,
breeding, and, above all, their faith in
human nature. Philadelphia Record.
Tba Scaly Ant Eater.
An animal made cf tin plate, of the
shape of an elongated fir cone, about
three feet in length, which crackles and
rustics with every movement, is cuo of
the latest acquisitions of tho Zoological
society of Loudon. Its name is the pan
golin, or scaly nut cater, end it belongs
to tho same family gronp as the arma
dillo and platypus, it bus excited groat
atteut'on at the zoo, for it isif wo are
correctly informed the first animal of
the kind which baa been exhibited
there. Its bome is where the termites,
or white ant., are found, for the animal
feeds on these destructive cw atures and
possesses claws which arc designed to
break down their strongholds. The
claws are also necessary for burrowing
in the ground, fcr the pangolin exca
vates a cave for himself and bis mate
eight feet or so below the surface of
the earth, and in this strange home one
or two young are produced every year.
Tbo pangolin at present at the ceo ii
iea upon ants auu tneir eggs, ana also
exhibits a partiality for corkroacbea
scalded in milk. Tho scales with which
its body is covered are bard and sharp
aa steel, and it can give a terribly cut
ting blow witb its powerful tail. It can
roll its body np into a ball like a hedge
hog when it so wills. Public Opinion.
It is to be feared that clergymen who
have entered the church through theolo
gical colleges are wretched scholars as a
rule. The bishops have lately found it
necessary to insist on an entrance exam
ination on general subjects before ad
mission to a theological college can be
granted, and the results have been de
cidedly startling. The requirements are
almost ridiculously elementary a cou
ple of books of Xenopbon's "Anaba
sis," aono quite easy Latin, two books
of Euclid and so forth. Nevertheless, it
is statmi that a large number of eandi
dates for orders are so grrwaly ignorant
that they have been unable to get
through this exceedingly eavy ordeal.
limping as Straw. .
Doctor Dun't be alarmed, I was
sicker than yon are a year ago, and
with the same trouble. Today X a
well and hearty.
Patient (anxiously) Ob, doctor, tell
me, who waa your physician? Water-
! MADE IT HOT FOR HI.
A Missouri Parmer Bewitched
by a Prankish Youngster.
HAS I00D00EO 01 niLLOWTO.
ateewlt af a Hallaweea
It's a very cold day when Palmer Davla.
a fanner who lives near Columbia, Mo.,
riy some Inscrutable r rot ess his suscm-
tibillty to low Urn pera turn hi totally lack
ing. He gnea about la an undershirt per
spiring profusely on day when other mor
tals are wrapped up snugly In furs. To
Ma winter Is snmmer. The colder the
weather grows the more he saffars from
the heal He baa no fever, and the ten,
perature of bis blood Is normal. lie m.
spires freely and Is continually rrxipr.lna
nls brow with a handkrivblct Ilnvis to
in splendid health. lie sleepa well, ears
with a good appetite and aids a kind
sa In feeding 60 head of boas even
morning before breakfast.
My principal Irmnaenlrarw" said Sir.
Davis to a reporter, wiping the errsrilra-
tlon, mingiod with snowflakr. 1mm Lis
brow, "ia that I am esikd from those
about me. I cannot aleep In the same
mom with any eshrr mcmbrr of the fata
lly for the reason that I must keen the
windows up and have no fire. Frequently,
even when the mercury la below Imping
point, I sleep without covering, with my
bed drawn arroes a window. Kvrn ttxn I
am crura obliged to Use a fan, an Intensely
an i sutler with tbe beat. I do nnt tike
my meals In the dining mom, I nit have
them SfTrrd to me In a euoler bxw, on the
porch or In the ball, with the door open.
I fevl precisely as you would feel on an In
tensely hot, sultry day, with the ther
mometer, any, at HX5 la the shade.
Now, I am going tn tell you lust when
and how my trouble originated, but I want
to say In advance tliat I do not wish yoe
tn think for a ntonieut that I am supersti
tlciiis. I am an educated man, a ynu caa
tell by my language, and am still, thank
the Ivrd, la my right mind. I inffor u
call wbiit I am renins; to wll ynn a onlnct
dence Aly trouble date, ftx.ru the nlgi-.t of
Oct. 31 and I have since that time had
cause to remember a remark marlo by a lit
tle ivdheadod rascal wlmm 1 waa chaeUav
Ing with a hickory for a Halloween prank.
Let me any right here that I don't want
yon to pnt In any rot about me lielng be
witched by the goblins of Halloween; but,
to tell the truth of the story, this little
scamp eaid witb considerable emphasis
that he would make It mit tyt me, and the
amusing part of the affair Is I have been
hot ever since.
"On the morning of Oct SI a hired man
Informed mo that be had overheard a plot
among several boys, sons of a neighbor, to
remove my front gate from its hinges that
night. I am not usually severe on bora,
but this plan to destroy my property an
gered me considerably, nnd I decided to
tnke an active part In th Halloween prank.
Securing a long hickory switrh, I rnneaeil
ed myself behind a bnh near the gate and
Iny in wait for the lioys. It was a clear,
frosty night, and, though I wore a heavy
overcoat, I suffered severely from enld, for
I was nblloed to wait over an hour before
the marauders pnt In an arrpoarance. I
waited until tbey j:d removed the gate
from Its binges and started with It down
the rood. I then sprang from lieblnd the
bash and gave chase. iKirn went the gate
with a eraah, and away they era m pored
like rabbits from a brush pile. I gained
on them steadily, hut they had a good
start and gave me a long chase. I overtook
the oldest after a run of severnl hundred
yards and plied the hickory. ' He strug
gled, arrstchei and hit like a tiger and
swore with distressing fluency.
" your soul!' he sereeched as I
wrapped the hickory around his logs.
'You ugly old fool. If I don't make It hot
for yon, somebody wllL'
"The chase Iwd lira ted my blond. Ttlst
heads of sweat stood on my brow, and I
felt uncomfortably warm. I released the
urchin and rrtrarad my steps to the gate.
I bad considerable dilBeulty In again ad
justing It to Its hinges.
I removed my overcoat and rnopiasd
my brow with a handkerchief. When I
had finished my work on the gate, I has
Sened tn the bouse, fearing that I might
catch onld tf I cooled off too suddenly.
"Aa I entered my bedroom, where a Are
burned tn the grate, 1 felt as If I had
walked Into a furnace. Say wife was as
tonished at my appraranos and very mura
afraid that I would eatrh cold. In spits
of her protesta 1 tore ntl my clothe and
opened a window, httll I got but little
relief. My blond errmed like fire and the
cold air felt sultry and oppnulva. That
night I slept on a sofa tn the ball. Vigor
ously wielding a fan at Inkrrvals when I
awakened and perspiring freely all the
time. The nest day I anottntad a bores
and rode to the home of Dr. J. St. Uarner,
my family physician. When be saw me
coming In my al.lrt sWvea, be cnncl acted
that I was muy, ana appear! tunc
alarmed when he opened the door for ma.
"When I explained my ease, he was de
cidedly posxled, and still snore surprised
when be found after aoarefol examination
that I bad no fever. He eouM do nothing
whatever to relieve ma, and the only ad'
vice that he gave ton that I Join tha nest
arctie expedition and try to get routed off.
Since then I have consulted other phvst
elan, but to no avail. Tbey examined
roe elnarly, held consultations and took a
profound Interest In my case, but none of
she medical remedies I have trted baa
broogbt sae the slightest relief.
Use St saw, Case erf ralsaew Davie, Vm
turssilaws tvwfBawty la Ik CaMea)
Weather, IwazVea the IT ttI rasas Tai
wQ be turned upside down more of the time If yon mm Santa Clsae
Soap. If you do yoe own washing this tneaus rest for you. IX yon
hire it done, it means money for yoa. If time is ever elaborately
thrown aws j. It is over a eraah tab with a poor ooaB.
mi tea ws
te made to wash clothes as tbey should be sraahed. It dUstlnpubdic
friend from foe your clotbee (rem the slut and epares one while it
strike the olhcr. Yoa must use soap; why not the Uetr Suppose
yua are now soitrl. will feci na worse when von am better anitexL
Try Santa Clans. Sauls dsns Soap
everywhere. Sold c
S TUB JV.
everywhere. Sold every where.
The results tif srime talnuble rxprrl
tnents on the lutreation of marhtmvy
benrinjrs bare tea set forth by Mr.
Dewraure iu an swldrrr Uft tire Civil
Eninrers' institute, Lntnli.u. llisob
errvatiiin sKrv.'that clire oil Iwuane
bluk and tLk-U afl'T parsing through
the beat ii-c k v rnl ti tilt's. This uiL,
after filtration, Waa rxuiuMd T 10 st
cent of clraie cf lead, U.b" per out eif
oleate of acid and 74.CS pir out of
olive oil and glycerin, the ohiateacid
in tho olive tai apra'ariug to attack
lead, sine and reirrfar with great activi
ty. Tha disks t mciala used in the
manufacture tif U'ariigvi? immersed
in oleate arid, occasionally drawn p
oat of the acid so as to be xpoeod to
the air. Lead and cine rapidly reirrexled
away, copper waa corroded to a bias ex
tent, w hile tin and antimony were not
appreciably affected, la re gard to the
compressibility t alloys, it is suggested
try this authority that co alloy be naed
until it ia satisfactorily ek-moustrated
that its point of first yield Is dotsidcr
ably above the greatest load or shock to
which it will be subjected ia nee. Ia
testing the effect upon soft metal bear
ings when the abaft sustained a heavy
pressure a piece of iron was found to
leave no mark upon a surface softer
Raw 's Tkhl
We of er see hsndred ostlers re war far aay
esss of Catarrh that caeast se esres fry Balls
P. I. CUs-srV CO.. Ft. sv, Toledo. Otto.
We. la aaawfs'rasS. save aacws P. I. Css
ary ror the last U rears, ess Mm hla per-
ecsly Loaeeat ta all baslasag iiaasiillnas. aaS
tasactallr aUe ta carry est an MlaUoe aavls
Wsvr A Tar ax. Wholrstlt Drwrdsra, Totae. a
Waumce, Kiwss ft Masrm, IxditaJt Urrf-
ta, i ossfl, u.
fUirCMurarare is takes wMeraaTtv. ante
tract 1 epea the blend an aaoewae sartaous of
tnarrasesa. Prtoa, Tie art tlei BUS ay all
AraCifrta. Teatiaxaital fsra.
itsasa Oarsw ka a May.
Mrstlo Care" for rheumatism
and neorahie cures in 1 to days.
Its action open the system is re
markable and mysterious. It re
moves at ones tbs eaase, and the
disease imtnodintely disappears. The
first dose (rreatiy relieves. 75 rents.
Sold by Otto Grot jan, drug-gist. IVsrk
I si a id. and Oust h!vnl Son. trf
West Second at rent, Davenport.
Children Cry for
raralihss Merisf r
Bin; i:cra iz.
Oa reeeoreble terms.
la ve erOrs et tbs liar
per Hunt a lYarraacrer
avenue atd To-eiftw 1st.
MOSS m wnr m
with inn w.1.1 annrl
mwiplarxir e-wrml soei are
animus, Mvcr praiw ir
ei4 tm "'
cuifcl rare forrec
tlal srraktirv a4
Inwtvisnw anuwa to
Mxik-! m lew. 7.B
I OTMttlI I till E Mb.
hank, farm, w It re
TT'.;Ce Slid pr"4n.
raris see fsealedf free, tsu'tt.aaly rirvt
aaraaaaMevlr reaua-at, Titita Ui.jrx.r-Uu.
A Hauxteome Complex ton
as ssaaav im iruan i rn
fwi seal's UaruiMw Iwua
I.Mi T . I
has Lung bora made and has fricad
Made only try
tried and wnll kaowa Fire lneur
aaos C3tTrpanlss tbetuUowirjc:
, slsclissan. T
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M ateaeaeeter, at
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Omee eaWrter BWuaMDtb
Snornd assnss, swssnd Cex.
TVs s4 Mrs sad Tus-tr's4
Lcxs Promptly Pail.
as lew ss say teaabii:
peeraaara is soUcldvt.
John II. McLean's
Without a single exception, there,
is beyond doubt do greater or more
popular reasjiaptr in the United
Slates than the Cincinnati Enquirer;
or a more successful puULJicr than
its proprietor, Mr. John Pw McLean.
The old-time prices for the Daily
Enquirer have been maintained, and
iu circulation largely increakcd each
year ; hard times and cheaper jour
nals failing to arrest id onward march
and high appreciation of the public
for its true worth and merit.
The Weekly KaquircT at beginning
of the campaign year was offered at
50 cents a year, and its circulation
increased by the addition of over
1 00,000 new subsrxiben j the moat
substactiU and coveted testimonial
publikher could !cure.
When aiked ft the secret of such
success, Mr. McLean frarAlj answers
The Cnquircr has no opinions to fores
upon iu patrons, h sirnply prinu the,
factt and tells the truth that the reader
maj form his own cpiniona, tf
maintaining the price tf the paper,
more news and greater variety can be
furnikhed, and every class of businest
interests catered tt, which a cheaper,
journal cannot a(T rl
The very l.W-J support given thi
Enquirer by the truUic at large, makes
it incumbent rpon the management,
to serve it fcithfuyr with real and etv.
tcrprise ia minor matters as wcD aa
those of greater magnitude