Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1897.
XVegetablc Preparation for As
liqg the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness and Rcst.Contains neither
Opium, Morphine nor Mineral.
Buy ar Old HSAHVBlBTCBER
1 lJun Smi'
. 3KB5 Mo
A pe-feef Remedy forConstloa
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhcea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
oess and Loss OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
LtXACT vOPT OF WHAPPEB.
Hoeft A Dctjens,
Representing among other tune
tried and well known Fire Insur
ance Companies the - following :
KoehrKtcr German bs Co.
West :tanster Firs " .
BolTilo German " .
Sl ri Bf C n -don " .
New Uampehlre M
Milwaukee Mectaanlcs "
Rochester, N I
.BoSalo, N 7
Man-heater. - U
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
j m. Buroap.
The old Fire and Time-tried
Oompei.lee Represented. .
Losses Promptly Paid.
Bates as low as any reliable company can afford
Roar patronage ia eoUclded.
sUiitsctirsrs r! luk.
ill tU Ball tf Wait
sws sw Man,
Siding, Flooring, Wainscoating
18th atrsst. bet. 4th and ftth avenues
are the most fatal ol al
FOLEY'i KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED rcmedj
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physician,
as the best for Kidney and
Price joc ao4 iN,
So'd by M T Babxsen.
A positive cure
jj lagtippe without causing nausea,
ij Dr. Kay's Lung Balm.
K Price 25e. Beat by c-a.l by Dr. B. J Kar
aj Wed leal Co , Omaha, Neo. Seta for booklet.
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS
A Handsome Complexion
is one of the greatest charms a woman can
poaaeae. Poaoafa Ctorswiaaaoa FowDam
IS ON THE
Cas'.ccia is p-t up la cno-sizo octtlai only. It
)U not rcld ia irUk. Doz't a!!ow aryene to nil
jyo-j uytAiag else on tho plea or promise that it
1 1 a j;ta3goci" and will ansv.cr every jror-
pese." Bee tUt joa ret U-A-fcj-'I -0 -it-l-A.
Be fia- f -
toto SUf . yfT Heal
cr " wrappst.
Se 1mo1 Improvement.
Ju tho Federated Olnbs of Illinois tho
women arc Working earnestly to im
prove the pobUo schools of the state.
With this aim tiny take np different
phases of Fchcol work, in the firs-t place
l visiting the schools not as critics but as
learner, so as to co-opi rate with school
i teachers in t-vcurin; iniprovcme nts that
i are needed. Certain mt'inhors study the
j hy;i'nic conditions of the schools ; others
make it their duty to watch all school
legislation and to learn something of
Use value cf the best new methods of
Hot What Ho Nee-Jed.
She had lllllllil letoiB to help him in
hid literary labors.
"ITiilti in aiiimilliing that you really
ouqiit to ro;td,"sho said, looking up
from the margaatom she had hastily been
i "What is it?"' he asked.
"A lone; article nbont how to write
short stories," she answered.
"Thro.v it away!" he cried, and she
j thought she detected a trace of some
! thing liko BgOw in his voice. "I've
: written that kind cf stuff myself. Any
i one can do it. Just keep your eye open
for something that tells how to get short
stories accepted and you may be able
to help me. " Chicago Post.
Tho oldrst crown preserved among the
royal regalia of Citeat Britain is that
which was won by Charles II, being
made for him at his coronation in 16G0.
I fit NEW
THE ABOVE RESULTS
It i jk-kly and surely re
nwv. N fTy. Il!;.v-t III
Rightly amansoae. Evil
V. Banna enseas.. ariel ail .(Tec: of mlSatomr
"red itnliwplion. F-lnr3 Ixwl Vitality
rower ntni Faiiine Meiaorv w.; : off Insanltv
and coa iptlen. Cures when all other fall. Intst
on baytna IT A US, aooOV Gaa be carried in
thercM pocli.'t By mail 91 .(toper packaceoraia
f'ra5.0o with a auaranTee lo Cure or Kefuud
the Money. Creular Prt AttrirMS
CALUMET MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO
for ea;e oy S:
fisher and Halts
The only safe, sure and
reliable "Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. Ask for
and lake no othe r. Sr.Mi for emicrLAit.
F-r: ec SI. 00 per box, 6 boxes for $5.00
OB MOTTS CHEMICAL CO , CrmUsa. Ohio
So:t sv T. H. Tb-trBsa drjent
l aThll V IBaThsTal. n orae to
v v ey.ii.s.i iitMrir t-ach snf
ferinir. women bo ?-ari sp-iinst rlaneerou
su cc' epera':or nuaca treat neat t
Amsncaa Association of Physiciars
paesrrt r rsoluMon to distribute a liule j
uoo on female tl:r-a. W.-rntaabood" ex-
wSBSSB acd eitt the ben methods of bone treat
men:. Sect tree for rrt.mp to raj postage.
Address E'taror Kercr,; .
816 KortnStli $: , . ;.. Omaba.Keb
Dr. Kay's Renovator. JJ VasI
pspsta, t-o-istiri-iiv-i. lrrer a.l V Ldnsry ii. -eases,
eanSSnuics, headache, etc. At tirufiglates ;Sc $L
send for free sample and bool::et. Dr. B. J.
Medical Oompinj. Omaha, Keh
1,4 I.V AGENTS We famish everf.
ai.alf a thine. . - k
Work w,o, lada. sloS and eeri Drasanla.
Booanaa. a. q ananas, pausa, sMS
ne.tenry, I BOtbDar.
Or. -amp. 1
fOINTS FROM FANCIERS ON
Careful Obwrtcn Declare That the Bird
Fly by Sight The Four Points In ling.
Ina; Pigeons Whlrh Faaeler Consider of
What the peculiar gift is which en
ables the pigeon to return to its home
from great distances is a matter upon
which nnthoritiea disagree. The most
general opinion among tlvse who know
anything of the subject is that the birds
fly by sight alone. This theory would
seem to be borne out by the fact that
the best and most highly bred of racing
birds have frequently been lest in the
London fogs. The fact that instinct is
unerring and that the himiug pigeon
not only frequently errs, but exhibits at
times great indecision as to the correct
course for him to pursue, seems to pre
clude the idea that he is governed solely
by instinct. The theory which is most
generally accept' d is that the bird is
gifted with remarkable eyesight and
also with a memory for landmarks which
is superior to a similar faculty in any
other animal. That the bird possesses a
high orderof intelligence isshownfrom
the fact that homers which have become
lost in a race will frequently return to
the room in which they have been kept
at the starting point of their speed test
In seleetina homing pijjecns for rac
ing purpos. seven the best fanciers often
pick out hints as most like racers that
cannot fly 20 miles without becoming
lost. The meanest, most scraggy looking
bird, without a single good point, some
times leaves its handsome competitor.
who is, to all appearances, perfect in
physical proportions, far in the rear.
Still, fanciers look with interest at four
points in a homing pigeon which are
considered of prime importance. The
first of these is, strange as tho fact may
appear to a novice in on art, the e-ye.
Mr. !-f:arr, one of the foremost and most
successful of American fanciers, has
this to say of the eye :
"The white eye mar mean the cumu
let, and, if so, indicates that the bird
will fly high, have great endurance and
wing power. If the eye is dark, the head
round and the beak short and close fit
ting, tiiere will be a preponderance of
tho owl type, and tho result will be
that the bird will fly later at night than
any other typ... "Jul, whate ver tiie char
acter of the color, the ball must extend
beyond the line cf the head and be sc
placed that the bird should have a view
of what is behind as well as be fore it.
wnen a bird returns from a journey
over much new territory, this protrusion
of the eyeball is greatly increased, show
ing to what a great strain the powers of
vision have been subjected
While Mr. Starr, in common with
other successful American fanciers, pays
little or no attention cither to the size
or shape of the head, this point is the
second at which European fanciers look
with interest. It is generally conceded
that the sliap makes but little differ
ence. The sknll may be flat, long and
narrow, cr high, short and wide, but it
must have room for the brain, and for a
large brain at that, or else the bird ia
not considered a likely candidate far
racing honors. Great stress is laid on
this organ by all Belgium and Holland
fanciers, but in this country the feature
is almost entirely overlooked.
ane cnest snouid no uroael ana is e t at
great iniportanoc as the wing. A nar
row chested bird can fly no great dis
tauee without exirtinir the mnsclca
which give i totbebrca9t beyond
their endurance. The wings and tail
should Loth bo exceptionally long, as
the tail acts as a rudder, and the short
er wings r. quire much added exertion
for the same amonnt of flying.
The color of a pipe on has no signifi
cance, bnt the rule in breeding ia to
cross the colors when practicable.
Even the best bred of the homera
require most careful
training before they aro entered in
races. While the physique of the bird ia
well develope d at the age of 10 weeks,
it is thought best to give a considerably
longer time for the brain to develop be
fore the bird is trained for the work
which lies ahead of him. At the age of
4 months the first trial trips may be
made, and he is then flown from dis
tances of between 2 and 90 miles at in
tervals of two' or three days apart.
Many birds are lost in these trial trips,
and those which return safely from the
longer trial trips may be considered fit
to enter in tho young bird races. The
shortest of these is 100 miles in length,
and birds are not supposed to be flown
more than to miles before taking part
in the spe-e-d trials.
For the young birds the system of
training is suppersed to accomplish two
widely different results. In the first
place tiiey teach the young bird to re
turn to his loft, aud in the second they
develop the muscles and pre pare them
for the hard work which the racta will
require of them. Training trips for old
er birds are made with the sole view of
getting their muscles limbered up again
and toughened for the longer races.
Mark Twain en Interviewing.
Mark Twain does not like to be inter
viewed. His opinion of the literary
abiliry of theaveraso interviewer ia not
at all flattering to the larter either. In
a taik with Rudyard Kipling, Mark
Twain once said : "I think the poorest
article l ever wrote and dustreyed was
better worth reading than any interview
with me that ever was published. I
i Would like
just once to intervie w mv-
I self, so as to show the possibilities of
I the interview." Philadelphia Ledger.
The forgetmenot has two or three em
blematic meanings. One is sngge-sted by
its name; the other was probably orig
inated by its color. Blue among flowers
is generally associated with the tender
i In 12 days' time the distance between
- . - , . , .
ew a or ana oi. rettrsLurg may be
FIRST MAN TO TAKE ETHER.
It Was Admlnlterel to Him by Ir.
ton In 1)S4.
Seme interesting f.i"ts regarding the
first patient under ether are told by Dr.
Samuel A Green in his Groton Histor
The subjrrt was nnerrr Hopkins
Frost, a native of Groton, now dead,
who is well remembered by many per
sons in Boston. He was a son of Solo
mon and Dorcaa (Hopkins) Frost and
was born on Der. T. 1S24. He became
noted as a singer and teacher of vocal
mnsic. and was a member cf the Han
del and Havdn society tf Boatoti.
Dr. Morton first tried on himself the
experiment of inhaling ether, and in
describing the effect it produced he said :
"Delighted with the snceeaa of this
expc ruin nt, 1 lnimorj lately atinoonc l
the result to the parsons emnlovrd in
my establishment, and waited impa
tiently for some one upon whom I could
make a fulh-r trial. Toward eveuina a
man residing in Boston came in suffer
ing great pain and wishing to have
tooth extracj d. He was afraid of the
operation, and asked if he could bo mes
merized. I told him I had something
better, and saturating my handkerchief
gave it to him to inhale. It waa dark
and Dr. Haydeti held the lamp while I
extracted a firmly rooted biemspid tooth.
"There was not much alteration in
the pulse and no relaxation of the mus
cles. He recovered lu a minute, and
knew nothing of what had been done to
him. Ho remained for some timo talk
ing atout the experiment. This was on
the 30th of September, 1846. I consid
ered it to te tho first d mc nstration of
this new fact in science. I have heard
of no one who can prove an earlier dem-
onstratiou. If any one can do so, I yield
to him tho pcint of pnoritv of tim.
Immediately after tho operation Frost
gave a certificate oeirrcboratmg the state
inonts and signed himself as then living
at 43 Prince street, Boston. Nearly 20
years afterward ho died at Fitchburg,
cn Sept. 7, 1 865.
THEY BOTH GOT MAD.
A Mountaineer Viit a r -ioHm and I
He was a typical mountaineer from
bis Lrogan shoes to his wool hat, aud he
had walked to a neighboring town to
visit relatives. Ifcwas his first visit away
from his home. Tho eond day after ho
arrived ha went to the postofBce to get
a letter from his girl. Ho was rare it
would be- there, as shobad tearfully told
him aha would write him while ho was
"Air thar any mail fer me?" be in
quired of the postmaster.
"What's your name?" waa the in
"I say, what's yonr name?" asked
the postmaster in a little mora positive
"I say, what's yonr name"" yelled
the postmaster, sticking his head through
tho v. ludow into the face of the young
--vny, iiaci tl-al your uplr time. I ve
told yer three times my name was Jou
der," yelled the mountaineer, "T.J,
Louder, and if y. r didn t . ions th. r
gov'nieut I'd crawl over thar and pick
your years. Soon i-s a man gits er gov
ment job round here ho begins to put
on airs, and I'm not one to put up with
The postmaster flsh d out Wttar
from a tuuty hole and gave it to him.
although be was mad himself. WaOi
There is an old legend to the
that .-t l'air k banished all rT'il-s
from Ireland hy lieating a drum, but no
one, probably, arrtonslv belKV-s the
story. Acrrirriirig to tho myth, be took
his drum out for the pumas- mentioned
and commetictd rmumuug n m vipor
Oo'ly that he knocked a bole in the
ij i i . ,
drumhead, thus avrirmaly endanc- ring
the stjccos of the miracle. Whii pen
dering what to do St. Patric k was as
tonishi tl by the- appearance of an angel
who immdiut lv set to work to mend
the broken musical instrument. Aft
the hole had U- n mended th" ang
vanished, and St. Patrick continued the
work of serpent banishing, being sue
ceesinj in ridding the i-land rf every
reprc-se ntative of the snakn tribe execf.
one old stayer who had lived so long
that his tusks protruded from bis mouth
tike horns. This monster rr fu-.-d to
leavo the "land of his fathers," and the
good saint resolved to practice a little
piece of strate gy. He rt move d tho patch
which the angel had put on the drum
near! and then p rsundr d the s- rpe nt to
creep into the drum for tho uigbt. Whe n
the reptile had done as requested, St.
Patrick glued down the magic patch
and Mien threw drum, serpent and all
into the sea. A sunken bow Id' r off the
west coast of Ireland is called St. Pat
rick's drum. St. Loan Republic.
A C oneelenltoos Grace.
In "The Uutchinsou Family' Mr.
John V. Hutchinson tells this story of
the Rev. Humphrey Moore, years ago
minister at Mil ford, N. H. : "On one
occasion be was asked to officiate at
Masonic celebration where a pray.-r was
considered germane to the proceedings.
All his denomination w re or peered to
' mystic order, and at first he besi
,tated, but finally eomnlied, and at the
appointed time and place made bis ap-
Paranco aud offered the following
prayer: O Lord, we pray for we know
not what If it is good, bless it ; if it
is bad, cuss it World without end.
Outside the walls of Jerusalem is
lepers' hospital tended by deaconessea
from the German religious bouses. Year
after year the so heroic women, without
pn'tentiousness, without any trumpet
ing of their work, almost unknown to
the world, have waited upon lepers,
they themselves literally dying try
inches. Their courage has only coma to
flight hy the chance aotios of
for the loves tat asattrjr aafcj
rally Asm he
F Ik are cn
ITks toe kad so saafc 'ess
as what can a woman sV
Osssaia henas and bah la
Oh. the tittle of
N t a ;l 1 1 t
Aim! 1 !
Trie ft- e
..aids 1 --alh n.T fe.t.
iKj Mot nsaks sar toeamrr mS
Batter atodaer. here and Use re.
r-ar It t. I
t'osnin h-re all i
N r - :
Well. I aarrarl Ttx t i
D irssiLS 1
In the trrar"s roantry 1 here Are Nsat
Jonraal. t tlh I M.I
Newspapers printed in the Rasaian
latogsmgn are not circulated nor read
generally in tlx- United Stages, and any
one ho has ever made even a cnisory
esanunatioti e .' a Rur.ian ne-wpape r
printed iu Russian characters can see at
a glai ec v. hv, as fur a tins country is
concerned, they do not "fill a long felt
lu the naming e.f Kuiuii in v. ; r
such jiurtialir.iie titles an Sun, (taaette.
l'i ... e i r. :, r-t.'r. 1 tire r. Bullet m.
Advert icer and Eaglo do not pawsaU.
but in place? rf t e- u, r e..-cnptivc
tit l'i u. f d. The- humcsnroe newja
per of St. Petersburg is called Th
weekly Sehut. or. translated. The Fool.
The medical journal of bt. P. i tr-burg.
iy of the war
oftle.', is 1 he i:
slid. The offl
of Moscow t
The . . I
crise The Police,
newsnape r I- -'
tb daily Novoye Vi
Xe w Tine -. .. I' ten
One of tho illnsltatcd tsL 1'. te-raktif
weeklies is called T N -..i. alia the
river which Sows through that capital
ami two wo. kly awaatoganmm, emsjsto as
tablisbed in th city of Mcjacow are The
Boudilnik and Tlx- Krougnsor, other
wise TIn AJarasrr atoi Tan
the word "wiedoMoati."
"ne w-. ' i-
ignatmn in the cily of M'-xrw
am four daily irvi .j. - m
having til. t. 'i Sir,
Modem Ne-ws. mOSOOW Ke-wa sand Old
Mews. Tbetll.l New.-,, r.ainiainedfctr
the r. pub l
ne wsnantts. Taw am
recw papera in the I'nitrd
of being eaii -i The end Keswa, tort at to
certain liuat th- rs no wateairt-r in
the Wataaw Polsro
laWotd "gasetto" mail) to aa
"news" to to
POttoh Owl!', the tha: a
th" Warraw tee rna tJshwStoa aSBB mto
tVat'K eassll" t ..ur.r liici.
OetoWtar tommto mere-laity of
informal ton, and a nut
rly sp aking a
t.- re :re e. .. ta tic-
and newspapei deliveriea by
g' r- e n l.orw bark. New York
Krom s leiu-r written I t Kev
(iundermsn. of Dime n-!a Mich .
sre permitted to make tbitttrat
"I have no besitatiein in re omm'nd
tng Ir. King's New Diare.very. aa the
resalts are almost marvelous ia the
ca-e of my wife. While I was pastor
f tbc Baptist chart h at Kires Jane
n she was brought down with
pneumonia succeedm, is grippe
le rrr lo pare -,ni f c uarhmi.'
wouia last boura with little interru
tion. and it seemed as if she eon
not survive them. A friend recon
mended Dr. King's New Discorery
it was quick in its work and highly
aii'factory In results. " Trial bot
tles free at Hartx Ullemeyer's drug
store, rtegniar sise a1 re and f 1.
aTrema " - g 8 s- mhaah
"Europe! Why, it 'a enrage conn
try. Think of their killing leio.ooo
leopje. every year ao aa to toand t .
"According to my calculation
I took a cup of tea with Bismarck, be
alone bad helped to demolish amy
2,000.000 of men."
"Paris! Yea, it's a nine city, if only
they would not tear ss to pieces every
few years so as to hare an exposition. ' '
"The French seem to be an upright
people, but they are all dhnblsd np
from riding wheels."
"I am supposed not to bare been well
disposed toward the T a. pings, but my
dislike for them was nothing compared
with the bate which exists ia France
between the Radicals and the
tea." Paris Illustration.
It is now propoard that iasAead of
raccinating persona bitten, aa ia the
Pasteur method, degs should be inc
lated with the virus of rabies, in the
hope that they may thereby be made
proof against the uual effects of the
bite of a decide (.-. jrtat aa human sub-
of feeeaixbeBi on thus maAtor nav
Uot mad dsn ta arial rofiia.
arcrobhssss. raatihsn. atfs lafaalia.
Utvwee the eoaasaaay. whea they em
Will J-.t air they 'd srtasd ha bam.
Fly atoms 1 1 hers, fatto Asm.
. net th- f .Ut Theee liisbs a I
And Tn know mm wen mm mm
Whar a fr. tun "JJWbe
a ! n as1 Hto
Bwt whea hakia ran m la. tosv
M.x.d aithnsatw) -1 toll yoa'
amaaa and tomtoato s s i tf srhma
Aa I fosea and eMab asm froara.
nmroths eaaaamsy ft am hha tow a.
Hark' The loltia wheels 1 hear
esraami toawto aaar.
re-i wskcat way, SaltF Ann,
Bmaht est i
a Not c.
' I"' .aid.
..!...: . .1... i . , .
t.u i v 1 .a , rt
n, e, f '' " ., ..! I II,
I,-,;) .ta'- I tee i t .
:w.ihi. eiit e he Sanaa laa d j
t riHIeWsaei ... ...:
ffaatth teihi aa
:. re .1 n
.it'S ' re -
A ' I v. w Sr. , .
t.uaratae of .au amrsaes
i . a. e a neasr. Astoria . .
MtOtokrin St McC.akriu.
ICewV I.laael ased H.las..
er.t hr,J A Mall
A lie me ye a
!-.. a. ew r'-r aaer-tt. me
to jgfii wachstl A Lresa
DKNl lo'T. sMstTIST
lainaw?ef"df 'i' sls'wlr' immVPPTSnASSSi
Oat maasTf eeTStoca l.lew-V eaa'a erf iV'-re.. da-
toMW ' i nkeea sHsruii wUeh'tim.
mm w7aAswmm sswamssiffimwms'' Xs
msss afmwia the mm r 'adjaaasV.' '
Aa msasisss mawhhm to watd essato as emaa
d t. eaaae laamatttoto real awn to the asms
towata. AecamamThaswhg gaw mfitot Arrr... SOsaartajss fOaoy.aame i maai
.- : -i ..' awto leaato ' "'" Taeauhsaw t.
Motioe of ApfmtoMtoa for t- aie ot Best r ilsiejsTv?.?rTl'i t ssaa. f nmtrn
Te en aawsas whs at tt at ay ssatira mjfeTa "- '"t ' aa
Shir; M ue , f . : ISaV (' " " '
rei I ... raLmm
I aasBBBi e t natarBi 1 jAe ".
eWWeweatoaAagy eaa Wer ffAAdaVajaT
Atkormey and Coanosilora ai Law
OSneta ssssisa htoaa.
Attorney nt ImW
Stow Bwatm. ranese awot amssa A Uieaasaewt s
Tl " TmtBlBII
Kya, ater, Horn and Throat Only
end namWanaaaa. rmeawport. lama. Baoms r
end av man a to U a. as- I tot p. as.
Physician and Snrgeon.
OSm hasjra, II ts v.' a. as : rteee .. aad at
aievht. as a riai atosatms gieea as Swmasm mt
to-'nta fem 're. ar ' Inaaaee. or
woeaaa. tit Brady eteeet. Dr lore.
Archtteeta and buperlBieatfaato
ras and trnnrftoAsBannaa fmt all
aelmnnn. Ai iwa it sears hmna.
Cat F.rwsrt and Dnangna of al
BILLY CATTON S
tAfl f I I
White Seal saloon
THE 1 LAVr LKaUs" CLiDI
artos to, noon iblasb a raoino
Mariaai - Titmav. eat. te. unre Lw' -
r oheesSM at tl I m r "r-w.i i.
rr. f H I 4 S a. i I ' ....... e.e.. .
ftorSjret wniljtlii si. Peeaasatar.
rest Usaaod Aosaw U ;i it an ' m em
mama lani" a a o w e rote l
fr..al . Mt i re ss
Statssa.' ' im
s : A' a- r e i-r
left -a- ear e auam
I tat.s a W n- Mjeella
,rrr eu.fc A tm at o lam
I es . M e ,
(ttttoan s em
t air ' R I aa.
r Oi u .
a S httemra-eolar Si
l. i e i S or !..
fclWal ati- err".'..
rt W nr , a a , ina...
IKa.ieaaeflstoSeto, Jmisah rloi aa ' u
1..KJ 1. ae. m v . uru i "tl N Ktl
(teerasre a tier aoe 11 , ne
Sato liti 1aW nai I ams t w et. " ' ae
' atviaWmiihUeaet. ien n
via Wlrkia ..teste we ' 1 t- i-ei
rai W. WtLWAfMSS A sr. rsot.
Leal ems taseme S bmmn. Dteaa.sa
Te;es Twi .ei .treat ..,, firs, ejsj
s ."!? mmmmZ.m tomstom aswrnt,
5jJ"tosam, enjast. Tfc" Agent. Is. U tent.
Kta ir ,aao m Km. kuit
-si , ,
1 t . ..
'1 efl. 1
s a- I
I to red
l he... ts
kltr n . .
' ea- .mi .. i ....
ealeS. hU alUee traiiss
! demat test ar ttsasa
emwtoa, ssaa 7. t A
e isaic 'lr ; S' huriets stein
eei w-nii st.e aart aea II
V dar lleic'IU see Bar l.tteaj
To the tati eis tkc
R. I. & P.
1 atssma- Bmetaar
I . -nni
! . ' 1 i '
1 ..... .......
cm." 1 irwi
M -JU. ..to
....... atOSB) BB) MrStoJB
t to ess us, tea
1 1 B" ei. e
t 1 ' en. t b im
1 ie 1,.. n
'. " am
m im ,.,
I.' B I"'
'. fte im 1 Blasj
t IB pat 1 Mr as
' ' pa e Brian
; pa a
t ssi 11 i am
a- u L'" ' sanaa
1 us 1 as j ...
A lerfeito. 11 a
n !,. I nt ,
Se .' kew-itlle... IMS ar
Ar SswltetBelA. IIUMeBW
a- te l 1.
Sr ! t,nnke titan.
S' I 11BBBB. li es an.
r BettoBB. .. (it m I re
eVftoBBBBAa. S lOarst
Af Twrr taaSBB
THROUGH CAR SfcKViCE
Linens east of Peoria oarry thr
1 1 ugh
101 1. ibs tMid aim. ping nest ot
trains to principle oltlet
Oen. Ticket Agrr .
towed bulMing itone,
Athltr Mi trimmings
y r ehhspnesa. darsl.ijity ar 1
lioauty eaoeliesd tf aotos. Thto
atoem deee net wsab or odor the
wall with alkali , eta. Plant eeat
at for eetimete wtU rwnetre
rtreful ertofation and tst returned
promptly et ' ur etrmuea.
(Juarriem 1 1 mil see froat Seek
1. and on the C , tt S g. i. E.
Irains Woe. t ana IS erlil a toy
aed let lisiton off aad in
Saaplee of Btoee asid Photo of
vedidlawe eaa be eeee at Booa
0. IV Ml token si LrnAe. bulid
pa awattoA wits