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f.b.ub d v., i w.w, at icm r,"an,na om rttaaaiiBg on the St.
Tnot.Bocki.ii,ni. ataT.tttFt-jol8c?vat,nn he aj learn
rt Mcosd-ciMs m'ter.i I that in the matter of personal cam-
paigns Uncle Marcus has what need
J.Y. Fotteb Publisher to be called "the whip-hand."
TIR3S Dnily, lOetnU per weak. We.-kljr.
aa.00 pet annum; in adnoea I1.9& ,
AJI comnanlcatioa of political or an'soitDia
II e& trader, pol.tlcal or relKiou. mpst bare
rtal nana atlar.hod for publication. Mo aach
artiela wlU ba printed orr fictltloaf iignatarea.
Comapoadene ortettod f.om aver township
In Rock Ixlaad coax-ty.
Wedsksoat, Octoekh 20, 1897.
No ward in Indianapolis shownd
moro pronounced democratic gains ia
the recent mayoralty election than
that of Gen. Harrison.
The betting in New York is two to
one on Van Wyck against the field.
The Tammany tigers love the coin of
the realm too much to risk it on sen
timent. It must bo, therefore, that
the democratic organization id hold
ing well together.
Tot Cleveland Leader boasts that
no such crowds as now flock to see
Mark Hanna on the stump ever be
fore turned out in Ohio, "not even in
the most exoiting national cam.
paigns." Of course not, responds
ibe St. Louis Republic. The ppceta
c!o cf a man like Manna trvio to
make a speech was never witnessed
The announcement thatjthe New
York San made of the death of its
famous editor, was simply the fol
lowing which appeared at the head
I tho editorial columns Monday:
Charles Anderson Data, rditor of
Tbo Sua, died yesterday afternoon.'
This was in accordance with Mr.
Dana's expressed desire that no long
obituary should be printed in his
paper, "stimpiv announce my go
icg away, that is ail," he said.
That annual nuiaaoue, tho lubber
sliajr, vulgarly known as the nitfer
.hooter. it o'ain in the hands o! the
small boy. In nearly every city in
th state there is a pinalty against
tin nv ami this ciy has a proLibi
tive ordinimu relutin to u. At
Monmouth tbo chiuf cf poiiun has is
mc'l a proclamation against it, actj
imposts that the teachers in the pub-
.10 bcuoois mbse a cones of raids cc
ihoir rnspoctlvo classes and c olis
onto ail th.i allnps fonr.d. and tbirc
by keip the original ow tiers out of
trcnble and the polioo court The
ugceilon u wortliy e l an extended
adoption. rvoria J lines.
The L-jnden Daily News desrribee
Henry George as the candidate of
the Tammany Citizens' union, and it
oauj that, although this crganiza.
tion is com Dotted of the best nconlt
in tho city, the success of Mr. George
will bo a triumph for Iho wortit e!e-
ments. It was the News which in-
forron'i its rwsders last voar tht the
republicans had nominated for the
vicopresirtcnce "Mr. Garret, a Ho
!srt of Now Jersey." It's bnowl
ndco of afTsir.t. political and other
wise on this continent, is limited to
a degroo that is amazing.
Friction betwer n the plans of Mr.
Hanna and Mr. riatt is imminent.
ays an exchange. Mr. Piatt thinks
that the great struggle is over the
cw York niayoraiity, and that if
the republican party has Don and
money to invest in pontic jast now
!hfy should be devoted to Mr.
trucy s campaign. On tho other
hand Mr. Huana, for reasons best
kno'vn to himsolf, believes that Ohio
is the real battle ground, and that
:hcro is the place to invest tho "sia-
Mmlennd Merit Jlaint.iInRthPcotifitlenco
f the peoi to in Hood's (vtrsMparilla. If a
mt'dieino cures yon when you arc sick; if
t curt j your neighbor and yonr friends
v hen they are ailing; If It makes wonder
Tul cures of ninny diseases everymhero,
.hen beyond any im-tion that medicine
!rsrs.es merit. That is just tho truth
about Hood's fc'an;iarilln. Prepared by
a comb i nat ion, r rojiort ion and process un
known to other medicine, it hi curative
powers peculiar to itself. Vv know it
iKiesses treat merit because It has
Cures, not once or twice or a hundred
times, but In thousand and thousands
of cases. We know it cures, absolutely,
!ermanently cures, when all others fail to
do any good whatever.
Hood's Sarasparilla is known to possess
merit or the power to cure disease; it is
known to be the best building-up medicine
on earth; it la known to be honestly adver
tised, and for theso reasons the people
buy and take Hood's Sarsaparilla almost
to the exclusion of other preparations.
In fact, Merit Made and Merit Maintains
theconQdenceotthe people in
Tb Ona True Blood Purifier. AH drugpists. IL
a n. eure lirer ills; easy to
ilOOU S PlllS take, easy to operate. 29c
4 " -.n . . -
Jews." Mr. Piatt has done a great
I deal of blowing about how he kept
GREATER NEW YORK CAMPAIGN.
A. W. Thorman Send Greeting to George
Swords Ha Money to Bet.
New Tork, Oct. 20. Allen V,'. Thur
man, son of the late Senator Allen G.
Thurman, has written a letter to Henry
George which sincerely wishes George
success. Colonel Her.ry L. Swords, tt-peant-at-arms
tc. ;hp Tt'put 'c.-.r. -
tlonal committee, visited W uii c:reet
yesterday and offered to bet any part
of J2J.000 at even money that General
Tracy will poll more vote than Seth
Low !n the mayoralty cntpst. He suc
ced"d In placinp about 4.5O0. . Van
WyekPtill leads in the betting cn the
ft'ifk exchanpe, odds as pood as 2 to 1
that he will win beins offered.
Henry Georpe ar.d ex-Pcstmapter Day
ton last night addresspd an asBemblaffe
of more than 1,000 people at Lion Park
hill, on tho upper west Fide of the city.
The Citizen; Vnlrji held a big meeting
In Bromner's t'nlnn park, north of Har
Irm. Tfle rpc-akors were Seth Low, State
ar.d Sf-nator Guy. Mayor Strongspoke to
a larse audience on lower east side.
Their Skeletons Found Ainonj the Icbris
of a Slinoesota Uarn.
Clarkfield. Minn.. Oct. 20. Last Thurs
day mcrnir.g a large barn belonging to
Sivert Eerg, living four miles south
west of Hanley Falls, this county, was
destroyed by fire. Yesterday, while
workmen were ergasod in clearing away
the uVhrlF, the remains cf four human
1-einfrs were fuund. but so badly bunncd
thnt they ft.ll to ioces as soon as dis
turbed. The virtims are supposed to be
tramps who had been sleeping In the
hayloft. The fire was undoubtedly caused
by the careleapr.ess-of the victims.
A3BREVIAT ED TELEGRAMS.
Sprinter R. J. Wcfers is to be tried
before the A. A. V. on a charge of pro
fi s.i. nailsm Nov. 13.
Tho V. S. S. Yantie, which is on tiie
way to Detroit, Mich., via the St. Law.
rence'river, has arrived at Halifax, N. S.
The annual report of the third as
sistant postmaster general shows that
oxpendituns i..cted receipts by $11,411,
7T;t. Former Ambassador Thomas F. Bay
ard, it Is said, will soon become the
eastern representative of London cap
italists. It ii stuted on authority that ever
rinc- Mrs, Langtry's separation from
hi r husband she. had paid him an am
The judges of the supreme court in
dulst the hope that by the end of the Jan
uary term of the court the docket will
be entirely clear.
H. J. M Intyre, IS years of age, was
fined at St. i'aul $2", for kissing Au
gu :ta Kreenipit, a 14-year-old girl,
without her consent.
The president, accompanied by Mrs.
McKmh'y and Secretary Porter, will
leavu Va:hiiigton on the 2Uth for his
home in Ohio to vote.
An ordinance to t educe fares on Mark
Har.na'M Woodland awr.ue (Cleveland)
street ear line fnun 5 cents to practical
ly 8 cents has been defeated.
The twenty-flfta annual convention of
the Carriage Builders' National associa
tion was bigun at the Grand Central
palace. New Y..rk c ity, yerterday.
K. I'. Sheedy, the high diver, leaped
from the Louisville and Juffersonville
briilce into the Ohio river, a distance
of ins ft'et. He was not injured in the
Jchn Martin. un employe of the TTnited
Stati s treasury, has been arrested and
Indicted for taking silver dollars from
bags and substituting lead to make up
Consul Sharp, at Hiogo, Japan, sends
to the state department a clipping from
the Kobe Herald, showing that the rate
of wages in Japan is 30 per cent, higher
this year than in 15.
An outbreak of disease, supposed to
be bubonic plague, has occurred in the
vilbige of Jullundur In the Punjab dis
trict of Ind'a Twenty-three deaths from
this cause have already been reported.
J. P. Thunnison and his wife were
found unconscious in their home at
Mitchell, S. D., overcome by the fumes
of gas from a hard coal stove. Thun
nison was dead when found and his wile
Car Ferry To lie Started -Monday.
Detroit. Oct. 20. Car ferry barges will
prebnbly bicin ta run liptu-Mn u3ndnci
ind Detroit r.ext Monday. The barges
re now an ready. Three tracks have
boen laid on them and their bows fitted
to the Eliis to which they are to run.
Each has a capacity of from nine to
eleven ears. It will t.iVo ik.ni un
hour rrobably to make the run between
iju iwo rorts. cr a day for a round trip.
Skake Into loar Shoe
Allen's Foot-Easo. anowdnr for tha
feet. It enres cainful. nwniinn
smarting feet and instantly takes the
t : -m n r . e . . .
owu uu ui mg uurus ana ountons.
It's the createst comfort discoverv of
the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes
tight-fitting or new shoes feel easy.
It is a certain enra for flwnntinr r.
Ions and hot, tired, aching feet. Try
it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. By mail for 25 cents in
S tam OS. Trial nacV
dress, Allen S. Olmsted. LeBoy, N.T.
Elizabeth, N. J., Oct. 19. 1896.
EIv Bros.. Dear Sire Ploo.n
cept my thanks for your favor in tho
Cift Of a bottle of Cream TU'm To
me ssy I have used it for years and
vu tuuruugmj recommend it for
what it claims, if d irAPtinn im fal
lowed. Yours truly.
(Uev.) H. V. Ha. Tii a way.
No Clervman shnnld rua vitknni
it. Cream Balm is kept by all drug
gists. Full size 50 cents. Trial size
iv cents, w e mail it.
66 Warren Street. Now York City.
Just try a 10 cent box of Casoarets,
ho finest liver and roai .,-r.i...
A SERIOUS SUBJECT.
Will Repay Our Citi-
Kidneys can't talk, bat if yon don't
treat them rightly yon will hear
They have a language of their own ;
wis is now tney tell yon:
When you work too hard what fol
lows? Yon are tired, aren't yon?
Its just the same with the kidneys;
they get tired, they have so much
Yon stoop over at some o ecu pa
Yon strain yourself lifting.
Yon walk too far, or ride too far.
You call this over-exertion. Yon
cannot sleep when night comes.
Your back aches. Yonr head
aches. Often yon ache all over.
Oh, yon say, its because I'm tired
Now this isn't right; it's besaaso
your kidneys are tired.
They can only do lust so much,
and the lifting, stooping, straining
or exerting has retarded their ac
The heart has pumped , the blood
into tnem taster tban tney con La
The filter is overtaxed and be
They cry for assistance in many
aches that follow.
Nothing starts the kidneys work
ing quickly as Doan'a Kidney Pills.
It is useless to take them for any
disorder of the stomach or derange
ment of the liver.
Indirectly they will help such
iron Dies oy throwing eff some oi taa
effete or waste waste matter of the
body through the kidneys; but they
wont core liver complaint any more
than they will cure consumption.
They are non-purgative, .easy to
take, convenient to carry; they pro
duce no reaction and can be given to
tne weakest child.
Doan's Kidney Pills are sold 50
cents per box by ell dealers, or
sont by mail on receipt of price by
r oster-aiiiDurn companv, iiunaio
N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the namo Doan's and
take no substitute.
For sale by Marshall & Fisher.
Trammer Killed in a Sline.
Calumet, Mich.. Oct. 20. John .II.
Jchnson, a trammer, was killed in the
Tamarack mine. He we s at work haJf
a mile underground, when a heavy piece
of vein rock fell and literally stpiashed
him. Though horribly crushiil lie lived
an hour. The coroner's jury brought in
a verdict stating thajt the deceased
came to his death through his own care
lesness, as he had bVen tohl ty his
overseer not to go near the pi jce for it
Mob taw Talk in Illinois.
Marion, Ills., Oct. 25. Tony rsnar.ard,
the murderer of John Young,' kilhd at
Carterville, was brought to Jlaxion ves-
terday. Threats of lynching are indulged
In and trouble is feared. There is a ru
mor that a meb is on the way from Car-
tervide to lynch tho prisoner.
Illinois lias a nig vm crop.
Peoria, Ills., Oct. 20. The Illinois grain
dealers met in convention in this. r.ftv
yesterday. B. S. Tyler, of Decatur sec
retary or the association, figures from
the fullest reports that the corn crop
of this state for 1S97 will aggregate 201.
CC2.fsSS, and that of the t'nited States ot
l,fil2.r03,lin. The amount in farmers?
hands In Illinois on Oct. 1. 1S?7, w.- 17
per cent, of the crop cf 1SC-6, cr 43,371,370
High School Pupils on Strike.
Duquoin. Ills., Oct.""20. As a resuHt of
the suspension cf sixteen students fcr
refusing to prepare for a literary pro
gramme, twenty-five young men ' and
women marched out cf the high
school building. Colored pupils are. the
cause of the trouble.
Killed by a Fall or Ground. ... .
Ironv.cod. Mich., Oct. 20. JohnTiloom
strom. ex-sergear.t of police and one ot
the most prominent Scandinavians of
thia section was instantly killed by a
fall of ground at the Newport rriine yes
AU-America Wins Again.
Indianapolis. Oct. 20. The Ail-Americana
won another game from tn Uap.i
mores yesterday by a score cf XI to 8.
Buokleaa Araica miti
The best Salve in the world for
Cats, Bruises, Seres, IT.oers. Salt
Khonm, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands. Chilblains. Corns. And all
Skin Eruptions, and positively -cures
& uca, w uo fay rwjuircu. u is guur
anteed to cive Torino nntiaf-intion
money refunded. Price 25 enls per
l. C 1 . T r . r i
iu dbio vj carta sc u-iiemuyer.
Working- Woman's Homo ARoaolation.
21 S. Peoria St., Chicago. 111.,
Jan. 11, 1896.
Our Working Woman's B ome As
sociation used Foley's Hcney and
Tar six years ago, and are ueing it
today. It has always bocn a favor
ite, for while its taste is not at all
unpleasant its effects are very bene
ficial. It has never yet disappointed
ns. Wishing you all possible suc
cess, sincereiv yours.
Lai ra G. Fixon, Mgr.
For sale by T. H. Thomas.
Tot Infanta andCnildrea.
. OABTOnXA -
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1897.
JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN.
General Information of Iatreit From
toe Uppor End of tho County.
Joslin, Oct. 19. John Winnin? is
bsliDg timethy hay for F. J. Cromp
E. Walker is feeling quite badlv
again, lie is mostly connnid to his
Charles Ward has rented the Wid-
dow Cook's farm in Hampton town-
Frank Dailev is kept quite busy in
in his blacksmith shop. They have
all the work they can manage.
Mrs. treorge w ainwright lost her
pocket booa between port Byron and
Dougal hill. It contained 12 50.
Henry Momma's son and William
Dillon's cn have both disappeared
for pr.rts unknown. May be one to
Sunday last Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Wainwright with ilatde Crompton
drove down and visited Mr. and Mrs.
Gregory Brown and family.
Aluggie Crompton is taking lessons
from iliss Clara HeaM in H. 1. Ira
fer & Co's. French tailor systea for
catling ladies' and gesticmenV gar
Empty cars upon IheC.B. &Q
are becoming more end more a
known quantity. In order to secure a
car when wanted it must be secured
some time in advanco. - 1 -;-
Hog disease is becc jaing prevalent
in the r'oiuiiv ot liilibdaie. Some
stock has died and numbers are sick.
It is hoped the farmers won't have
that Calamity again to contend witn.
The United Brethren who ftoved
Kev. Barr from Polo to Joslin moved
Kev. Gohn from Josliu to fold. The
removal both ways was very con
venient, as the ministers simp.y ex
(J. Ai. Hubuart s absence Irom Jos
lin is becoming a matter of grsve
concern. A constant stream of peo
ple are continually uskmg when he :b
coming back, which shows him to i.e
a very important individual.
lne last lire on liock river bottom
has left Gregory Brown in rather bad
shape. He said yesterday: "1 have
only seven or eight head of stock acd
I have been obliged on account of
the fire to commence feeding them.
Previous to .that lire I could -have
pastured 1C0 head, bntnow my pas
ture and meadow having been burnt
over, there is nothing left for my
cattle to feed upon."
Horace Bull and funiiiy, who went
to Cuba, Mo., are apain heard from.
After a somewhat tedious journey on
account of the scarcity of hay and
water, they have arrived at their des
tination. John Brown, eon of Greg
ory Brown, who accompanied them,
writes homo that ho has fallen ia
levo with tho country, and as evi
dence of tho fact that he has kii.od a
deer, sent home the tail.
Meet oi the old eeUiers ot t&c up
per end of I'.oek Island county wili
remmber old air. ialcott, who used
to run a ferry boat ou l&ick river in
tho 60 s and GO'S. Tuev will remem
ber, too, the two sens, Dexter Talcott
and Dr. Talcott, who practiced med
icine at Pink Prairie, Henry county.
lbey wni remember, too. a younger
ton. William lalfott, who went to
Kehra&ka 'ill years ao. Ho is now
baok again cn a isir end is calling
on the old &ett:e-s for tho purpose oi
J. G. Osbarno, formerly of Zuraa,
lov of Fort Byron, was very thor
oughly and pleasantly surprised Sat
urday last. It was his G-jth birth
day, iind his cUiidren had arranged
to malte tue occasion a memorable
one. Tfcey came early with grand
children and friends. A bountiful
dioncr was served, and tho p.iint .of
special interest came when Paster
Ladd, ia bebail of thj children, pre
sented him with a beautiful fcold
lined cap acd saucer. The grateful
thoughts in the minds cf those pres
ent ior CJr. Osborne's greatly im
proved health added special interest
to the occasion.
Dr. Klujr' New Dlsoovery f or ConnumpUon
This is tLe best medicine in the
world for all forms of coughs and
cnlds and for consumption. Every
bo'.tle is guaranteed. It will cure
and not disappoint. It has no equal
for whocping coughs, asthma, nay
fnver, pnenmanin, bronchitis, la
grippe, cold in tne head and for con
(.cmption. It is safe for all aes,
pleasant to take, and, above all, a
sure cure. It is always well to take
Dr. King's New Life Piils in connec
tion with Dr. Kine's New Discovery,
as they regulate and tone the stom
ach and bowels. We guarantee per
fect satisfaction or return money.
Free trial bottio at Hartz & Ulle
meyer's drug store. Regular sizes
50 cents and f 1.
Bkeonatinn Cored In Throe Days.
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Idd.
eays: "My wile had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint, her suffering was terrible, and
her body and faco were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
in bed for sis weeks and bad eight
physicians bnt received no benefit
until she tried the Mystic Cure fcr
r.'ienmatism. It gave immediate re
lief and c-be w3 able to waik about
in three dsys. I am sere it saved
ber life." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 decocd avenue, drnggist. Bock
Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
Fer Ovr Fifty Ytara
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrap has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gams,
ailays ail pain, enres wind colic, and
is the best remedy or diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Caacerets stimulat liver, kidneys
nd bcwa.s Never a.ca&. weaktD
or jripe; li oesU.
EPISCOPAL MISSIONARY COUNCIL.
Catherine of Ithritops frnra All Over the
Country Ir. Riwk't Itointermrat.
Milwaukee. Oct. 20. Perhaps the meat
important meeting of the year so far
as Episcopal churchmen are concerned
was the assembling yesterday of the
missionary council of that denomina
tion. These meetings are held twice iu
thre-e years, that is in those jvars when
the triennial convention cf the bourd of
missions is not held. To this meeting
have come Kpiscoi'al bishops from ev
ery part of the United States. Their
work at this svssU.n is confined strictly
to matters pertaining to missionary
fields, lioth- domestic and foreign. lie
ports of what has been accomplished
will he carefully considered and plans
for the future w ill be laid.
Tomorrow the entire convocation of
bishops will go out to Nashrtnh.
one of the mcst pictures'pn- pp"t In
the Btate. and th ral -at of mission
ary work in the nplsceptl church, to at
tend the reinterment of the remains of
rr. J. Hreek. or.e of the founders of the
Nashotah institution. Pr. P.reck died
many years ago, and it ha. long been
the desire of those who call Nashotah
their alma mater to bring the remains
from their resting place in the church
yard at Iienicia. Cab. to the old grounds
at Nashotah. There will be a tinge of
romance in the ceremony, for the inter
ment will be close to a mammoth cross.
hewn out of a solid rock, which marks
the site cf the first Episcopal missionary
altar In the northwest.
TOOK DYNAMITE TO SCHOOL.
ferrible and I'atal Arriileut to a IS-Year-
Springfield. Mo.. Oct. 20. Raymond,
the 12-year-old son of A. I. Allen.
stenographer in the circuit court, went
to Eehoiil yesterday morning carrying
a portion cf a stick of dynamite. The
ex:...! ive, whieii the b. y had f.mnd In
a st. no quarry, v.cs In his pocket v.ith
a kn;fe, top. marbles and a quantity
of othtr things n ninon tloy pockets.
in Ri tt:ng into his s at the boy banged
Ms dangerous- collection of old Junk
againi-t the desk, c ausing an explosion
which will i.r.'V.Wy cost 1:1 life, and
wbith was heard for two blocks.
The child's ii:lit hand was blown
off, ami in his ritTht groin a terrible
wound was irt'.icted, from wh'oh the
surgeons fay the l.cy cannot recover.
The teacher, lib-s Mack, was e!e by
and had her skirts torn Into shrec's
but rhe wis nut hurt. The explosion
caused a p.mie among the other children
and several were butt ia trying ,tv j.t
out of the building.
Ta Cera Celt la Una l)a.
Take Laxative Promo Quine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it
inns io cure. zoo.
A S!iorr, S1 Btory.
A cold. Neglect. Pccumonia.
Grief. Had Foley's Honey and Tar
been used, this story would have
naa a nappier ending, tor sale by
T. II. Thomas.
OF KING8TC1. N. Y.
Cared of Spasms by Dr. Miles' Keevina.
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'(t'ir. m.iuy cae or spurr.s, i-u vilua
IE d".nco and pili p-y that I'r. Jl.Ps"
Kctoi :ii r.. r.iiie bucured.irould
alouo give this great remedy wldo n pull
tion. iirs. V.'alwr A. rtewar.l, T7J itrouotray,
Ikiiiustou, N. Y . t-ays Mar. -a 3, py: '"In I 'M,
vbileon a vl.it to f ri r.;i . c ir ilalo girl tras
t.iUeu wllb Apasuis. Wo bu'tcoml lioine to
our family pUysi i:.n. Ho did all be coul'l
r7v hut ,a,,t "' v' rn""J
Cf.- evcrl phytlfiiiMobut
fcv1,' C" Irtr' '.,' l"u,!'ii':'-I"-,'r'"'lnu-,J.
. . K-il ber toniruo lieenmo
v SVrnO partially piraiya d
l.itlc sulli n r a:xl tried every rm!y o
n:vr advertl -ed for such e.ises Let got no re
lief. V,'c lwgau giving lr. Mil-s Nervine,
and after taMng four liottles rlio as run
ning alxint as well and happy ua ever."
lr. Miles' IlLrcrdiva arc ulj by all CrafJ
frista under a poi-!ve cu aaotee, brstbotUe
beneCu or money refunded. Book on Ucirt
and Nerves fcer.t f v?. to all appl!e:.titi.
HO. JilLEa illJ-'iCAL CO, KlkLart 14.
The Em-El Family Liquor Store,
IVPOUTEES ASD EETAILKKS Or
HIGH GRIDE i'IX5,
Fit Family aLd M'dkiel t"o.
6o-i Id qiukti li to ait .b mtuu of
purcbtcsr, by tiie
BDttlo or Gallon.
CaP on c. Oct 3tkiarl i parties
KC6 Thiid Avenue. Sock Island.
gT' Ri8t3:-e i a,"5 u- ,d'J,!t"re
Xjr ... v A would never talk
kiiriLtaunU Ml e wateijed tbo poor
Famous ' O
for ever 2)'
for cooking, cr
for both; for
lir.crrs, and du
Stoves & Ran
ges h.ire main
taincri tlictr su
pcriorily for a
Ixik 1t ti
l ARSEST STOVE fOTIN TIIEWORLD
Jewel Siovee are eoiil br
Here at fjome
OU CAN FKOCURE
Liquid Malt Food
wn'l karwn product of the CHICAGO IfUKW-
1XU t.ttMi'AMT lhat has Ucome ao jostly fxip.
r!r.r i;i l.uil iiog np the tsnza. It is cc"noit;itv-d
extrao of f-eloi t Walt and lirpa end gives aliuo-t
t::rr.cu;.!i3 akibtbuce to oonvaloMJccts, et.ren;
i'l-e Ca.ai;o KrewlxisCo'ts. llotl Ifcl i:eer
has also made a repv.i.alioa fur it V.I and ran txi t,,.
tiered from tbe local branch tolt phuoa 1SC8.
S. 3?JE3IjXj3, Manager
Nineteenth St. aid Fin: Aw..
Wall Paper Slaughter Sale
o AT THE o
. . SCHMEIL & AND&USON ! ORli.
Twcwlie'.h Street an 1 Fourth vev.ua.
ADAIS WALL PAPER GO.
When You Put Up That Stove
You'll want a new part, a Knu!, lining, log cr liJ,
perhaps. Urin us the o!J casting and ve'll malic a
new one at aLout halt tiie cost in CJiicajxo orelixrw here.
NOVELTY .MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
Malers ot l ines Liht ;rj Iron Ca-tinj;. VU:rn; ModoK tc.
niONK 1SC6. - - X)3. &2?. S31. 122 TL:1 V-lOUlllll
m m Cats. B-Et-sn,
MaTlKEK AD KKiHT.
A I20.C0) mODUCTION'.
Srarr.'.Ccnt Fsouic prP.c-loa r,t t
er K'"al c'r inu'usuias uf M r. Slowc'i
41P. p:c. Potici, lV.nVf j
acd llurros. 8 Original Pisn
a TkCK or
SLiX EATiSG SIUEHIAX mbMVA
la'ladhc Ajx th f ') ta.H
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rl u(.trt ex cart 1ob.i:,f
uac All tux t or sra4 lit
ft ii'ff. T-jn ot a :;la-
ln.a. lMa'i taiM it,
Frlcw 10. tn ael . Kcam t oa u at
Blcoar'a imut rfr.
fra a i i p i i
III lOT.VS (lr.1 U 1 I TiiTcb0.4 - Tata
el Stoves ami
Ranges ia use
record of any
one of these ia
proof of the
merits of Jew
el Stoves and
J i .
TJIrm M id 11 Jwmm,
f K. CHAMBERLLN,
v&to AGENT j
Fas ths Fofloartnc 8aX
and Kullattls Uaaiait ai
rnmdaux Vvtbkftm, Ics.Oa, rmillsasa
Boom 30 Ui-chell tk Ljaflc
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