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KOCX UUXS, TLX..,
JUNE 2, 34 and 6, '97.
ABE TOU TOO
As able pbyiletea, Malw ot Iaa nmillral
Bs.Ua, IHnl IfMli fc vanaaw.
HAttMMlM eat Ta tntlAITfl AttVSMW waw-wen
sal? ad MaK-sSTWia -uJiS
Why Ton Are Fat and How Ton May
a eenje far eonnltMloa u4 aaXes er lois
"!" I '"ertaae nd ir.u9 zaalaia
ph.f"irla Tb" " fali eaptalard. Yoa
! loidall abeetDt. Ulm'i Otoarlw PUi,
B .A. 2ST D
HOW THEY CURE
XO SEED TO BE FAT .THIS SUlQItt
If to, mm Dr. Kdltoml rmdlw tb ear It
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Ittl ..3- CuDnn' ' Sad iUicllT
eonSleatlal about ynar rbssily a an otar
aa-. rata. Sick, eb.l.iak llNiidWoMi
taonld call u4 bs IumiD4 bud Mara what
Fat-Ten-U and ,Corpula
will o for Urn 10 to M lb, of Solid Flash
nads Brmrj Moots. ja Mad lo b To a aad
icklbla BeBanrl . . , .
2Tw Kzttnut Instant Far
no TAtnl no ccttwo! no ixjectiox!
M sndarUtoa CCR1D la SO to SO dirt.
Owes konra Dally aad Sands?:- a. au to 1 .
m..lp ai lota, av, 7 p. ak to t p. a.
MORE DIVORCES GRANTED
Pesess far Alto L ewaa aaa Ulysses O
Two mora divorce wera gran tad
by Jcdge Bigelow la the circuit
eoart yesterday. In one Alice L.
Swan waa the plaintiff. She charged
Barton A. Swan with cruelty, bhe
waa alio given the custody of the
children. Ulysses O. Collina waa
the other. He accused hia wife.
Sara Jane, of deserting him.
A new trial in the caae of Drury
Fisher vs. William Peek waa refused,
nd judgment for coita entered
againat the plaintiff.
Court waa adjourned until June 10.
eoaasahiaa n Km,
It may be worth something to
know that the very beat medicine for
restoring the tired out nervoua sys
tem to a healthy vigor la Electrio
Bittora. Thia medicine la purely
vegetable, acta by giving tone to the
nerve eentera in the stomach, gently
stimulates the Liver and Kidneys,
and aida these organs in throwing off
Impurities la the blood. Electrio
Blttera Improves the appetite, aids
digestion, and la pronounced by
those who have tried It na the very
best blood purifier ond nerve tonic
Try It. Sold for 60 centa or $1 per
bottle at Harts A Ullemeyer's drug
Only 924 to Baa Francisco via the
Rock island route, Jane 39 to Jnly
3 inclusive. Stop over privileges en
route. Return trip, same rate, good
until Ang. 1ft. Four through fast
trsina daily via this route. Join the
trl-clty T. P. 8. C. E. exouraioa
June 89. 8ee A. Tredlok. corner
Fifth and Brady, Davenport, for res
ervation la special sleepers. For f al;
particulars call at C, B. I. A P.
ticket offloe, or address Joha Sebaa
tlaa, O. P. A., Chioago. or L. M.
Allan, O. A. P. D., Davenport.
On the first aad third Tuesdays of
each month, June to October inclu
sive, the Southern railway has ar
ranged for one way settlers7 tickets
from Ohio aad Mississippi river
points to the south at the rate of 2
cents per mile. Also round trip
tickets at the rate of one fare pins $2
tor the round trip. The beet time to
go south Is the present time. In
formation as to conveniently ar
ranged schedulee and special rates
to all points sooth upon application
to William H. Taylor, Asst. Gea.
Pus. agent, Louisville. Ky. The
Southern railway ia the only line
penetrating the eight great southern
A atrfect trve ef ta Mrtwet
Ateotsaetcj Pmn DeficnsajWowa,
Cosu Lean that, One Cost Cm,
United Presbyterians Adjourn
AT THIS XQUII0'8 .BESSKW.
w-la tke Ti
This morning the assembly was
convened -with prayer led by Rev. J.
F. Ross, of Kansas City. .The roll
was called and the absentees marked.
The assembly then proceeded to the
order of the day. The report of th
committee on theological seminaries
was received. a, resolution express
ing the sentiment of the assembly
with regard to the resignation of
James Harper, D. D.. professor in
Xonia seminary, and of sympathy
with him In his affliction was
adopted by a rising vote. Quite a
number of the brethren paid glowing
tributes to his sterling worth, as , a
man, as a minister and as a profes
sor. Tbe most of the forenoon waa
pent in considering the report tf
tbe committee on women's work.
Mrs. Dr. W. J. Reid addressed . the
assembly on the work of the wom
an's board. A resolution was passed
authorising the board to give assist
ance to all unmarried female mis
sionaries who were unable for ser
vice, and the matter of retiring mis.
sionaries upon a aalary waa referred
to tbe aext assembly.
The assembly then adjourned na.
til Monday morning.
BvantaBs ktrannrtal Baivlaa.
Last evening at 7:30 the hnalnaaa
of the assembly gave way to the me-
i-i . . -
Bvnai aervios to ministers aeoeased
during the year. Rev. Dr. J. C.
Wilton, of Erie, Pa., presided, and
after a oaalm waa anno?. R J W
Witherspoon, of Allegheny,- Pa.,--offered
prayer, when the list of minis
ters who have died daring the year
was ma a loiiowa:
James Brown, of Kansas City
fame Law Bael, of Los Angeles
John Clement, of Gurdaspnr Pres
David Donnan. of Lka Paahtarw
Alexander Harry Elder, of Cleve-
i n . ..
James McFarland Fulton, D. D.,
of Allegheny Presbytery.
Quincy Adams Hamill, of Con,
Andrew McCartney, of Des Moines
Joaeph McKee, of Los Angeles
James Carlisle MeKnirht. of Pitta.
burgh Presbytery. '
Meal Kenneth Mae .Lenaan, ef Bos
Thomaa Proud flt Pattjtrann nt
lonn xortenoe late, 01 Keokak
James Lo rimer Thompson. D. D.,
of Caledonia Presbtery.
Ueorge Watt Torrence, of Des
John Dement Wnitham, of Puget
Sound Presbytery. '
Jamea Bes-ara Whittan. of Baw
xsaao Amoroso nuson, oi umaha
J. A. ThomDaon. nraaldant nf Tar.
kie college, addressed the assembly
upon --an rower oi aneir rreacn
tne." He eznreaaad the thons-ht
that men appreciate that whioh has
power, wneiner it oe meonaatcai.
pthstoal. Intellectual, or epiritnal.
The moat wonderful exhibition mt
power the world has seen was given
by the Lord Jeens Christ Men
were nnable to analvaa it. Kihhan.
the infidel historian, sought to anal
jse It along natural line, bnt he
utterly iaiiea. xne secret oi unnst'
power lay la hie preaching the gos
pel, xam secret ei power eznioitea
by these men whose loss we mourn
lav In their nrahino th imanjir
The fishermen whom Christ called
weremea of little influence in tbe
world, bnt Christ said ta than. On
ye Into all the world aad preach the
guapi, man uy preacning tne gospel
they became a power for good. The
power of Dr. James Brown aad Dr.
J. M. Fulton, and others of these
faithful ministers, lay la their pulpit
ministrations, aad in their removal
the church feels a loss of its power.
They not only preached tbe gospel
from their palpits, bnt they lived it,
and a sweet aroma is in the church
today because of the lives of these
men. They were equipped tor their
work. They were educated. Many
decry the necessity for an education,
bnt these men made use of the mean
nrovidad fop an axtnnatinn la
leges aad seminaries. They also sat
. L. M & -. . A
a as iot oi deans, we great
teacher. ' Bnt above all. thn hail
Holy Ghost power. "Tarry ye la
Jerusalem until ye be endued with
nower irom oa men." Paul waa
equipped. He had learning; he had
Baker t& COe's
BAKER ft CO. Ud.
aatteej ability; bet la Arabia he
wauiou uui ui power oi me Holy
Ghoet came nson him. Ia na
remember that- the secret of
power liesi in preaching the go.
Del. in livine the mnl In h
amply equipped, and by being filled
nu un nuiy uuuat-
"The Value of Thair TnflnMM
was the subject of an address by J.
8. MeKeevD. D. He began- by say
ing that the roll had ben called, bat
there was no . yesppaee by the It.
Yet we believe they five, aad these
Is comfort la the thought. They
live ia glory. . aqd A they, live ia the
Influence which they have exerted
upon other' lives; upon the lives of
many present .here tonight. Many
tars are aa far distant fmm tki.
earth that a ray of light travela hun
arena ox years in reaening - as If
these star were suddenly removed
their light would continue to shine
hundreds of year. These brethren,
though dead, yet speak. The fire
which Lather kindled when he
preached the doctrine of justification
oy nun, ana tbe flickering light
which Bnnvan hnno- ant fmm tk
jail in Bedford sUil shine. It is said
mat some rivers carry tnir waters
oat a hundrrd miles into the sea
and that xtasainir vesoela fl thi in.
finance ot their current. When a
suau can yoa ten wnat ne la
Worth? Yoa Can tell what hia hank
account is; you can estimate the
1 at .
vaioe oi nis estate, but eternity
alone can comoute the Tain of a
good man's life a we atand here
tonight, surrounded by the in
fluence : exerted by thee men's
lives. the influence whieh th
rxerted upon ' the church, ma
God ' he D na to value thi inUn
eooe that when we come to lay down
oar lives, the influence whieh we
have exerted shall tell for the build
ing up of God's kingdom
Rev. J. A. Duff of Chicago, apoke
upon the topic, "Lessons From Their
Lives." He said it made him think
ot what-we have all aotioed, aa
we have walked through the forests,
and stood where mighty oaks have
fallen. As we pass by the trunk of
the fallen tree and look npon it.
there aeema to be no vacant place;
no opening among the trees where it
must have Stood. Othar trawa kan
grown in around it and have filled
up tne apace wnion it once occu
pied. We are acarcelv ahla tn mm
the place of some of these brethren;
otnora nave so lately isuen that their
places have not been filled. Ia oar
work here, as we nlan anil lairiaiat
for the welfare of the church, we are
looking forward; tonight wo paase
tO look baokward. and to think liana-.
ward; to learn lessons from the lives
of these men. First, tbe workers
are tranaient. Soma am hara tn.
night who will never again repre-
avut ton ennren in i ma capacity.
Kighty-six year carry aa a long
reality it is a long time to live
some have been taken away in mid
d e life, ether in the prime of life;
they were tranaient worker, and
like the trees have accompli-hed
turir mission, becona, tne work i
oermanent. The fforai laiaa
termed by little insect. Eanh de
posits a parroi itself to baud up tbe
formation Little bv littla it rrow.
until above the surface the beautiful
isle appear. They are tranaient
worker, bat their work is perma
nent: each oontrihntaa ita n,rt
This illustrates the history ot the
. L . 1. . . I II. . 1 . . . .
uuun-u "Dans npon tne ioanaauon
of the apoatles and prophet" aad
we are left to perpetuate this work.
Third, the workers are not indispen
sible to the work- nf Ond
There is no room for pride. These
uretnron aia not leei tnat tney were
iadispeaaible. If they ahoold speak
theV wonld sav. It thia enlnA' ' Km
ia yoa wnioh was also ia Christ Je-
ana. - couru, woa is pieasea to ase
weak in str amenta in tha aalvntinn nt
immortal soals. How many have wa
brought into the kingdom
At the evening service the follow.
inranigameata of the visiting min.
isters to tne trt-citv puipit tomor
row was announced: .
Rock Island United Presbyterian.
Thomas H. Hanna, D. D., the mod
erator, at 10:45 a. m. ; W. J. Raid, D.
D., at 7:30 p. m. Central Presby
terian, William S. Owens, D. D., at
10:4ft a. m.; Rev. W. W. Lawrence
at 7:80 p. m. Broadway Presbyter
ian, C H. Strong, D. D., at 10:45 a.
m.; Rev. H. H. Crawford at 7 JO n.
m. First Methodist. J. K. McClnr
kin, D. D., at 10:46 a. m.; Rev. R. E.
McClnre at 7:30 p m- First Baptist,
nev. w. j. MCMicnaei at iu:4 a. m.:
Rev. J. A. Monteith at 7 JO p. m.
German Methodist, Rev. J. W. Eng.
lish at 10:46 a, m.; Rev. J. F. Roe
at 7:30 p. m.
Davenport Calvary Baptist, J. 8.
McKee, D. D.; First Methodist. Rev.
W. W. Logaa at 10:4ft a. m,; J. A.
Reed, D. D., at 7 JO p. m. First
Presbyterian, Jamas White, D. D.
Second Presbyterian, Rev. G W.
Whiteside at 10:45 a. m.; Rev. T. A.
Shiw at 7:30 p. m.' Bethlehem, Rev.
D. T. Mccalmoat.
Mollnenrst Methodist, Rev. R.
J. Ramsev at 10:45 a. m.; Rev. R. W.
Kidd at 7 JO p. m. First BepUst.
Rev. ' R. H. Barnes at 10:45 a. m.;
Rev.W. S. Nevla at 7 JO p. m. First
Congregational, W. H. Vineeat,D.D.,
at 10:4? a. as. Seooad Methodist.
Rev. J. B. Clappartoa at 10 JO a. aa. ;
Rev. - R. L. Welch at 7:30 p. m. St.
Paul's African Methodist. Kev. J. B.
MUlea at 10:30 a. ta. United Pree
byteriaa Misstoa, William 8. Owena,
D. D., at 8:80 p. m.
Elvira, Iowa G- W. Hamiltoa,
Colons S. R. Jamiesoa.
Homestead Rev. J. W. Ash wood.
; Ber. . J. I. MeCrory. - D. - D.,
will address the' maw's meetiagia
the Y. M. a A. ekapel ia thU city at
mow p. m. .
i Rev. J. K. Montgomery will
address the Y. M. C A. of Daven
port in the afternoon. s.
: Rev. W. J. Raid. D. D.. will
teach the Bible class at the United
rresbyterian Sabbath school at 9 JO
Aa onaa air maatins' waa enndnnt.
ed on Market sqaara last Sveaing.
there being addresses by-Rev. J G
aenneay, or ueaver. uev. j. w. Ash
wood, af St. Ivinia. and llm-w J xr
Montgomery, ot ClaataauL Foar
more opea air meetings will be held
nwuivw aitanima, at spanner
sanare. Oarnaav iniun. afara-aa
square, aad the ' Tilth avenue
depot Another will be held on
. . t . . . . .
maract aqnare tnis evening at e:a.
The time of .the meetings will b
Spencer square at 8 o'clock, the other
places designated at 6. Rev. R. H
Same, of Kansas, will conduct ser
vices in tbe eonnty jail as-2 o'clock
There will be pnblio meetings ia Mo
line aad Davenport.
Taaaweny Art.snsin-s FrsessSaiaa. .
.Yeeterday afternoon the assembly
convened a( the usual hoar, aad was
ted in prayer by J. B. Clapperton, of
Delxvan. presbytery. An appea
of Jiwan Mai. of tha nraahvlarw nf
Gojrnwoala, India, from the action
ui.me ayaoa oi tne ranjaD, in an,
taininar the action of rjrahvtar' in
the case of aa ordained miabter who
aaa been elected a , .ruling
aider in one of tha ' nn.
gregatioao, waa read. The ap
peal wa not snstataea, on the
ground that a rulinir elder, accord
ing to the rnles ot the church, must
oe a member oi tbe congregation,
and that ministers are members of the
presbytery, and are not mt-mbere of
any congregation; and therefore not
eligible to the office of ruling elder.
J. II. McMiohal. D. D . nmalaant
of Mon month college, was Intro.
uuecu to tne aseemoiy, ana invited
the members at the close of their
meeting here, to attend the dedica
tion of the new auditorium at Mob.
The report of the committee oo
home missions was made tbe order
of tbe dav for Tnesdav marninor. A
half hour was spent in devotional
service, alter which the assembly
Ihe Abac ia under obligation to
Rev. J. D. Graham, of Red Oak.
Iowa, for many courtesies during
the convention. Ha ia nna nf tha
the most genial of men. aad delights
m titling gooa to ni xexiow men, a
iu aivui nan testily.
DUTY TO Mfc DEAD.
Con tinned from Fifth Paga.
Taps... Last Bucle Call
Benadiotion.. Her. J. W. Wuhluu.
1 he record in the hande of Cap
tain 4, aa. oearasiey enow taat tbe
soldiers interred ia Chippiannock
N. B Bnford. bricadier vanaral;
Meatyard, lieutenant and assist-
u. aujutaut Kennrai; xneoaore KM-
on, major of ordnance corps, U. 8.
A.; John Morris, mjor 126th Illi
nois; Thomas Morris, first lieutenant
H, 45th Illinois; L. W. Padgett, I
126th 111.; Andrew Frederick. II,
126th 111.: Gaorn Rraham B 7i..
111.; bmith Graham, B. 65;. Ill ;
a - .
lamea aacijora, csptain; John Clem
ent, Jame W. Braokett nrKeon. 9ih
III Cavalrv: John Dnits. awn.t
company A, 9th 111. cavalry ; Thome
miai wuaj ; Vris auroer, seoonl
lieutenant. H. ISfith ill ptr
8trnpp, A,. 9th IU. cavalry; John
nK vconieaeratn army); Ua-lel
Knittle, Thomas Yates, George Hei-
SOl. William Hoffman." hricradiar van-
eral, U S. A.; Joseph Kelly. Joseph
mxmvu, uwnwm a. 9(tn ill.; 4onn
Green, James Green, L. M. Haver
stick, captain, F. 180th Pe..n.; Judge
Benedict. J. F. Copp. captain F
89th III.; Stephen Spencer, William
C. B.ackbnrn, captain A, 9th IU.
cavalry; Joseph H. Knox, lieutenant,
K. 9th 111. cavalry; R. H. Ver
mUlion, William Trouble, Louis
Martin (colored). Jack Beardsley (col
orea), Herman Woltord, captain H,
37th 111.; Wesley 8 wain, Henry De
Santo, Napoleon Woods (colored) F,
122; Col. M. Handshaw, E, 43d 111.;
George L. Nash. C. 21st Iowa; David
Hillier, captaia A, 9th El. cavalry;
George W. Darrow, Jacob H. Phil
lip; Geerge Wylks, H, 37th 111. ;
Gabriel Bollmaa, L. 14th 111. cavalry ;
James Linton. A, 93d 111.; Matthew
McQullough; David Shires, A. 93d
I1L; Thomas . Davis, David Bettlg,
A, 9th HL cavalrv; A. M. Crane, a.
13th 111.; M. G. 8tanley. F. 89th 111 ;
W. B. tieymour, captaia H. 45th 111.;
August Herkert, 7th Iowa cavalrv;
Meaas Exner. 4 1st IU.; George W.
Pilgrim, A, 37th HL ; John W. Lahlff,
K. 68th IiL; Clement Brdshaw, A.
9th IU. cavalry; Frits Gall, A. 9th
IIL cavalry; Frank FnUinger, A. 9th
IU. cavalry; A Van Camp, L, 14th 111.
cavalry; Charles L. McCartney. . K.
58th IIL; Thomaa Clark (colored);
David Beck. C, 102 UL; N. MeCor
mick. M. Go, WiUiam Kaiser, Sam
uel Tharman, H C. Whltridge. 43d
lad.; P. O. Moore, Frank Evan.
Capt. J. B. Davi. C. R. Tegelcr, Ja
oob Iarig. CoL J. W. Brackets. 9th
UL cavalry; Capt. J. M. Moatgom
ery, 6ft th UL infantry; Thomaa
Smith, D. 36th Pa. aad United btatee
marinsi; Dr. K. H. Bowmaa. sur
cooa 27th HL; Mathiaa Volk. K. ftSta
IU.;J. M. Forris, F, 69 h; W. &
Kaowltea; W. H. Hodgson, 1st New
York Monnted Rifle.
Tha beet Salve ' ia tbTworld tor
Cats. Braiees, Sores. Ulcers. Salt
RheaaB. Fever Boras. Tetter, Chapped
Heads. Chilblaina. Coras, aad all
SUa Kmptloaa, aad positively core
PUee, or ao pay reqaired. Itlsgaar-
aatewa to give peruet eatiaiaeUoa er
or eala by Barta UZmmtjmt.
He cama tn RmW T.i.i t.c .l.
embarkation ot a new Industry leas
thaa two years ago. There was
nothing ia his address, bis swagger,
h demeanor or hie beexiags toward
klat wanasa km.t.1. a.n .
lauow areataree to
inspire adoratina nr i
f'Ttncata Indlvidaala with a aeaaa ot
ra. xet wnea he walked eat anew
streets he waa nainfnii
aaat that ha was ia amtioB. ao aTav
tor what the opinion ot other souls.
nuaw.. n waa perpetual motion
from head to foot. 8at there were
thing about Rook Island that did
not strike hi fancy. The industrial
enierpriaee were not conducted a
they shoald be; there were too many
idiots" having holdings ia them
to apply his own phraseology aad
brace ia pursuit of hie mlsaioa oa
earth he . set ont to revolatioalao
them some of them. FaiUag. to
his amassment, hi this most lauda
ble undertaking after a year's trial,
he torntd, undaunted, to the retail
purauits He modeetly anticipated
a commotion the instant he eat
loose and Is still anticipating. His
next move was to paaa judgment
upon the press, whioh was still en
daring the self-reproach for hia ha v.
iog been heard pf la the locality,
bat which bow, despie hi inconsid
erate and disparaging attitude to
ward it. has bv thn kaln nf Prnwi.
denee, np to-d'ate, survived as hap-
puy aa nave otner local institution
narked by hi displeasure for de
struction. And on anah hrlorht dava
as this Rook Island abides ia the con.
soling aaaurano that the arrogant
aa ia the one laet to see, muoh lea
to realise, hia own foils-.
The individual who has in this
connection, it mnst be confessed, re
oeived more attention than tha anh.
jeot merits, is bow about ripe for the
,iuu Mi.h wiu anmnan tss gas ana
relieve the community.
Hon. WiUiam MoEniry. as is gea
e rally known, wna the champion of
the police matron bUl .whlnh waa
passed last week in the state legisla
tor" xie aia consiaeranie hard
work, aad this was reqaired before
he could ret a maioritv of hia fallow
legislator to give favorable consid
eration to tne measure.
Just after the bUl had ctaaaad tha
senate. Mr. McEniry was standing
vn kuv awpa oi tne state aouse tam
ing with a prominent temperance
lady, well known here, who waa oae
of the Prime movnra in thn a1tin
which brought about the framing of
toe measure, ana wno was eoagrau
nlatingRock Islands distinguished
statesman for hia earnest work. A
senator; whom Mr. McEniry had eon.
verted to the police matroa cause,
Well, ata." be said, "I'm ready
now to take that drink yon promised
Mr. McEniry could not do other-
wian man trap nia wora. na as.
And they had the drink.
Mai C W. Ha wee. now chinf nlnrW
of the Modern enodmas. dsrias h(
administration as chief of Rock bl
and polion department, had a nam
ber of interesting exner ianoea with
One VOnn? man. who baa ainen
aerved a couple of terms ia the pea.
itentiary. he laid maav traoe for in
attempting to establiah hi connec.
tiun, as weu as tnat oi ate compan
ion, with aeveral offense. ' The fel
low was arrested tor a robbery. His
companion was suspected of complic
ity in the affair. He was likewise
pnt behind the bare.
Then Chief , Ha wes proceeded to lay
a trap for both ' of them.- Tha nld
offender was known as a desperate
character who would resort to al
most any means whereby there was
a possibility ot his gaining his lib.
OrtV. He had anokan nf hrnakino-
ontotjaU. Chief He wee heard of
toia ana tnongnt it wruia oe a gooa
idea to allow the man to communi
cate wtth friend, aad ask them to
briog tools to the jaU, with which he
could work hia way oat. It was
found the feUow could not write. So
his companion was made acquainted
with thefaets, and promised leniency
providing he woald act a the agent
of hia eeU mate, aad write aay letter
he might dictate.
Th letter was writea and sealed
and delivered to a messenger, who
waa annnnanii tn talra L tn th
oner' friend. Chief Hawes, of
coarse, obtained the missive before
it got outeide tha police statioo.
He did not opea it, preferriag to
submit It aa evidaaoe at the praUmi.
nary hearing ot the mea.
The day ot tha trial came. Chief
Hawes marched ap to the eoart aad
headed over the letter, with a amile
Opea that, voar hoaor. ha aald.
'aad read its contents."
Theoonrt opened tha 1 at tar a
amUe beamed over ale eoaateaaaoa
He looked at Chief Hawaa. ann tka
at the prisoners. Ha read:
uaariey uawee killed a dog.
Charley Hawes kUled a dag. Charley
Hawes killed a dog " Then he stop-
mb anNBss waa writtea aa
maav times aa a nana nn thn ahnat of
Baner woald allow. Tna.ta nil that
Foley's Colle Care U very hot, bat
when dUnted it la a warm friead in
deed to thoee eaffariag from bowel
compiaiata it aever fall. 25 aad
60 oaata. Hold by U. 9.
aad T- H Thomas. drarrUts
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UphsUtwrcd in Leather. Ccrdsroy, Damrtk. g
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All Smill Sizes in Lidics'
For the Balance ef ' his
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