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THE ABGUB, TTBDyESDAT OCTOBER 20. 1G37.
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P.. aa aw.t JH. K-rei-LWB KKrIi
tv4& EVERY WOMAN
'P?Zj 'V fiocaHttes rircsli a Tillable, month:?, rmraltMn? naildn. Onlr ham:
a-A j - tba sorest drueiEaic! be IiisnwuitS.'.
fck, Peal's Pcrwrssa Piiis
'" ". Tier am r-riB-pt, rate r4 e-rtaM - rare'... The. sanlnr (Dr. Pnl'r) BernrcUai
For sale, by A. J. Re'.as, Druggist.
5 IWfksziM'inl (?(inifl &
tI;CASK?.II, & MoCASKEIN,
A ttoro9ya at Law.
i.ii w.iti asel Milan. Boek hlKDd
od'CR over r'U A Maibl I lure; Milan
JACKSON 4 HUKST,
Au.rti-yi 4t Law.
C'r.ca la Rock luted National Baa
j. j. noACii,
A Jtcrxey at Law.
A'jtlift. Colisetion Arena-. Of-
uijt o-r aocoua avaouti.
WU. L. LUDGLPII,
Attorney at Law.
Moirl I-car, Gaaval Ltaal Bust-
ti--... Ni-r fub.Ia. irj6Seuoad arte
bud. Uafora block.
s niim, a l huh,
SWr.-XEZ & VALKKS,
Awmffi icd CounecUort l Law.
liTcft In Iteration Block.
C1IARLS3 J. BEABLE,
State! A Money.
Couoclijr at law. Offlce la court
MoK.NJjUY & McEIUIlT,
A it :n.: y it Law.
Ixir.n moucy cn gjod aaausltr; make
coiiemlijns Releromo, tlicEell &
I. i.i. liincn. Obloe, UliobeU A
Lyr.ite Data. otj.
F. II. illlSt, M. D.
ITiysloian and Surgeon.
I'tiDnf 4 on 11'''?. omc !t.'(5 Twon
i': t'eili hirr' t. tirheo Hours: lOtol-a.
t.' m.: i' to 4 and 7 to r p. iu. SULduy, 8.30
' to a. ui.; l.:to to 3 p. m.
C. L. ?ILVI3,
, , Orcr Kreu i Kaih , 171S Seootd are-
DK. J. D. UNAKG3T.
'-' C'Va Rnon P, 'c!ak!r Plock,
r.i-nr Tin! aad brarty ttraeu, Daton
. j ft-
K. Y. DENTAL FABLOB3.
IIS S. Tfcird St., DaTetport.
. i Fur pa'.n'oai fiT'rsr witb Le eicot.-ls
' Cit-i;nn. i'alnlon extrjUr.r. All
; , work at ine-tu i tuuai ortoea.
v. jarantufrd iir iu ycara.
JAMES T. UUBDELL,
Arehltoot and S'jpi;rir.trdeni,
, j Riwa 41, MitohcU Lynda bnlldlait,
; , lUrU Btxrr.
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DKACX A KEBNS,
ArofcJtacw asi rJaperltvataenia.
liENRY CfAETJE, Ttop.
i Cat riowart and Uia-it el. a! Klsdk
' t Ctv tsar Saoond iTetue, TeUv
"it! ywi Sore Thntat, rimples, Uoprtr-
itotvd Spot. Afhrs UI Siw, l'lcr In
outh. JIalr-FaJLlnR? Writ CooKlvrrv
t x. tr o MawDid Totnp'.o, Clilrato, (or
! roofs ot enrra; raplul. J500,0vo. Worst
i taea cared In IS to S3 dajs, 100-paje
rrm or rripe. tat causa m aatarsl i,MZ
CO.. ths. W-taal. Cm.. sr.New ToraT til.
Rock If-land. 111.
Ks-Ete of EcntT CiratenseD, deceased.
Too tied onioned liaTlse txscn apuotnted ad
minintrauJr of the estate of Henry Car
Unccn, lata of toe CO'jtty of Kock Island
fl--: of lil notK. deceased, terJy (rivee notice
lh el:e will appear bffre the eonctr court of
Boc Island county, at the oMcc of the clerk of
smd court, in the ctty ot Rfict lfland, atth.- Do
cemutr u.:za, on the urn Monday in Decemlier
ncit. m wl.icb ttme all persona huvin? c'ainr
aieaiLM md aatetoi arenoiiCeland rcqucsttd to
at'n;! forlha pn-ofo of haviL? the name ad
Jnslwi. A.11 pcrs ji.ein!e!U!l to aiaeotate are r-
2neBU-l to aug imiCw uaymerit to the nn
ur!ined. iu-d thi 231 day of September A. D., 1597.
ObkeCaKstens, Admin istratrix.
Notice Sale of Real Estate.
By an order and decree of tho circuit eonrt of
Kf lt 1 ar.d count, 111., madeon the petition of
thentnlor-ineU, 4eorfe W. Dean, eoardmn of
Elmer W. Dean, Anna iwan and Benha lean, for
jjave to evil the real ertaie of the eaid Klinir
Vr . Dean . A nna D an and Rcrtha nean at tha
8. ptecjh. r t'trtn, A. D., 1KI7. of said court, to
wii. on tlie aMh day of Sep-emher A. D., lbOT, I
hallon ihe24d day of )etober text, at tho honr
of II o'c'ock in the forenoon of sa:d day. eell at
ubl:e m'c at tt.e capt door of the court honne in
t!.e c;iyuf Hock Iland, county ot Rcc Inland
and ft it of Uiinoii", tha real estate dcecnocd
a- fotlowa. to-w;t:
Ttintwenty-fittha a-ZT,) of lots one (1) and
two (i) in hlocii ob'hteen (IS-, and three twenty
dfhs '3 25of the south one li ndrcd and thirty
(13ii)f. etof lot trn (10) in block thirteen (:3,
all in Sjienrer & Case's addition to the c:ty of
Kf-ck Island, county of Kock Island and slate of
On the fnlloiln!' terms, to-wit: Torrash.
Dated this mm day of September. A. D , 1807.
(Icoiuic W. iJEAN, Guardian, ttc
Sealed Proposals Invited.
Sealed bids w'.ll bo re csived at the offlre of
Ir.-rk & Ksrns. a;cnitcts. Odd Fellow building,
hock Island, 111., fur the construction of tho head
oftlcB bulMir.p for the Modern Woodmen of
Ami rira, unt'l Slunilsy, Jioy. 15, 17, not later
tlian H o'clock m. Also spatato bi ia or pro-toj.-il!
will ba received for furaishmg the heat
lie ami venli.ation apjiaratna, for clerators, f or
tlunitiin:. for mantels and fira crates, for bus
and el. ctrlc w'rii.g and for paint decorations,
until Jan. 1J. IftiS. at la o'clock noon.
Hans may be seen at the ofllce of the crchl
Icc'son and after Ort. IS, 1S4T.
1 he board of directors of the Modem Wood
mm rest re tin; rlL'ht to reject any ard all bids.
Ilids mu-d be scco-nnar.ied with a cenlfled check
of S p rcer t of the arai nnt of the bid as a guar
antee tfat the Wa'T wl'l enter Into contract and
tjlvo r ed and scllldi- nt bond.
liulldine to be 751 Ju feet, and to be Are proof
thnui;li. nit, and will lie three s'or es and hae
muit. The buiiilipg will be of pressed bnck
wi h ler. a cot a and ttone trismuses, and will be
loratnd nt Hork Inland. Illinois..
l! Ci ls:anJ, 111., Oct. It 1-97.
The Rifle with the Solid Top
THE MA RUN
MODEL 1893 REPEATER
Is mr.do in the following
calibres: 25-S6 smokeless,
SO-SO BmokcICbS, and also
for the pood old reliable
32-40 aad 3S-55 cartridges.
This rifle has barrel and
action cf SPECIAL SMOKE
LESS STEEL. It is the
nest hunting arm made.
THE MAR LIN FIRE ARMS CO.,
NEW HAVEN, CONN-
fJvy, SsU acd MRnajj
piop-srty. Collcsi Rents.
old firo and tlmo
ulrA compaoi's repro
sojUed. Itatca as iow
us aiy elivibJc company
rrr l aiiouago it SoUciUd. .
Oaca 1330, Baecai Aw.
Harper Honao Block.
are the most fatal
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a UUAkANTEED remedv
cr monsj' rerunced. ton
by all eminent physicians
as tlis best for Kidney and
Price soc. end $tjxu
aaidDy M. BaaaM.
Death of George M. Pullman, tha
Sleeping Car Inventor, at
His Chicago Home.
CALLED WITH BUT S202T WAEUITG
KliRMly rmler the 'U'eather tor a Few
Hays, Wbea the Grim Terror Strikes
Home la an Hour His Wife Absent at
the Time, and but On or His Children
TTewnt Heart Disease the Cause of the
Kvent His linsiness Career.
Chicago, Oct. 20. The ctrcumtancps
surrounUiiig the death of Genrce M.
Pullman, the sletping car builder,
which occurrc-d yesterday, pre statad by
John S. Runntils. chiuf counsel for the
Pullman company, as follows: "Mr.
Pullman died at 5 o'clock yesterday
morning of ansina pectoris. The ex
treme heat cf last week, together with
perhaps more than his usual exertion
in showing seme friends about Pull
man, had caused him a feeling of debili
ty, about which he epeke to ene or two
friends, but which he did not regard
as serious. He tcld one cf them Mon
day who suggested that he was not
looking quite as well as usual that he
had been unable to sljep satisfactorily
the last two nights, anJ particularly on
Sunday night; that he had some little
difficulty in breathing, but that he flt
muetj better then and he felt that a day
or two would put him all right.
Death Came Very u:;-!.ly.
"Ho, i.ndLOd, was so well that he in
tended to leave for Xew York Thur?v.;ay
evening. Death came to him vry quick
ly. At about 5 o'clock in the moixins
wme friend3 who wera staying at the
nouse heard a noise in his room as if he
wished to call Feme one. They wont to
his ro;m Immediately, and found him
standing up and evidently in great pain.
One or them went to thf tek-phono to
cail his physician, Pr. Mining?. At the
same time he himself attempted to walk
to the lounge, but before he reached it
required the as;i:tance of hH friend to
get there. He then became unconscious
In the meantime Dr. Hillings had ar
rived at the house and applied restora
tives, but without avail, and llr. Pull-
men quietly pa??ed away without re
His Wife Absent at New York.
Mrs. Fiank O. Lr.wden. formerly Mirs
Florence Pullman, the dead millionaire's
daughter, ar.d her husband were at the
bedride when Jlr. Pullman died. Mrs.
Pullman was In New York. She was
notified at once and started home. The
suddenly demise shocked the household
badly that it was some tima before
anything was done toward notifying
friends. Hut the news of ilr. Pullman's
death rapidly spread through the neigh
borhood and scon people in all the near
by dwellings were sitting at their win
dows gazing at. the lowered brown
curtains in the Pullman residence. Ev
ery one of the directors of the Pullman
Palace Car r impany, with the possible
exception f xnnan Williams, is away
from Chicago, fco no cue at the offices
could give any information as to what
would bo tho result of tho president's
death. It was said, however, that the
works would net be closed.
tireat Works t'onre to a Standstill.
Not until S:Z0 o'clock was the news
telephoned to the Florence hotel, and
from there communicated to the office of
the manager of the worss, but in a few
minutes every employe of the big cor
poration was aware that tho man who
made it was dead. Although no orders
were given by the officials to close the
work?, operations, after the men had
been told of the death of Mr. Pullman,
were at a standstill, the employes stand
ing In front of the entrances and con
gregating in the arcade discussing the
news. There was considerable excite
ment down-town when the extra papers.
announcing the death were distributed.
No other subject was discussed during
the earlier morning hours. Interest even
in the L.uetgert trirl f r the time being
relegated to second ;,iuee.
STtETC 11 OF THi; BEAD MAVS LIFU
Started as a t'onlrurtor for Lifting largo
liuildings The Sire'' fur.
George Mortimer Pul: V irri in
in the village of P.rccktim. tauqua
county, N. Y., March 3, 1SC1. He was one
of ten children, eight of whom reached
adult life. These were Rev. Rsyal II.
Pullni.tr., Albert 13. Pullman, George M.
Pullman, Charles L. Pullman. Frank
William Pullman, Helen A. Pullman.
who married George West, a woolen
merchant of New Yori, and Emma C.
Pullman,, who became the wife cf Dr.
' are kept sotnd and weak Inr;
are m ie strong bv Dr. Eelis
Pijte-Tar-Hoxey a scient'h c o
' remedy of the tnoft wond.rful
clTiCacy in all lung tilcctions. V
i "A ye-r asro I hc-l a kns sr:i ef fevr-r .
t that Sftli.i iu my iiuis ai.it cnsj . s,
vers er-u-'il. Mr pl:vlritn I
: would not recover, but I "u Hell' I'is-ii- .
Tar-IIoney sieppsl tlie rout'a ct oi-ce
and " "i rvsl.'rv: me to tesiih."
' GEO. A. AIXO, Clear springs. B. v
DR. BELL'S t
' is a certain specific for coughs. c
colds, sore throat, bronchrtis. ss'Ji-
ma, whooping cou;h and crca;.
' Price r 50c and ti n hottle. At Ul
' dmopstaoraeut upon ncelptof riosby J
a. s. fait-i lit in o. mii. Kr. Z
William F. Fluhrer, a leading surgeon
of New York city. George M. rece'ved
a plain common achocl education. He
first got a position In a store at $40 a
year, and at the end of the first year quit
ana went with his brother to leern the
cabinet makers' trade, finally going Intc
partnership with his brother.
Together they conducted a fairly trcs-
perous business, when the death of their
rather, Nov. 1, 1SC3. caused a change in
their plans. Upon George, who was un
married, r.ow fell the cure and support
of his mother and four of the younger
members of the family. This reauired
him to get into something at which he
could earn more. The Eriecanal, began in
S17, and finished according to the origi
nal plans in 125, had become Inadequate
to the demands made upon it, ar.d at this
time was beirg enlarged by the state,
which had advertised for contracts for
raising buildings along the improved
He was only 22, but he bid for a con
tract and got it. and so successfully did
be accomplish the work that he was soon
ranked with the leading contractors in
that line of business, and found r.o diffi
culty in getting all the work he could do.
In 1SS9 he removed to Chicago and en
gaged extensively in the then novel task
of raising entire blocks of brick and
atone buildings. That year his attention
w-as first directed to the discomfort of
long distance railway traveling, and he
determined, if possible, to offer the pub
lic something better. In 1S7.9 he remod
eled two old day coaches of the Chicago
ana Alton road into sleeping cars, which
at once found favor and established a
demand for improved traveling accom
modation. In 1SS3 he began the construc
tion at Chicago of a sleeping car; upon
tne r.ow well-known model, which was
destined to associate his name insepar
ably with progress in railway eauiD-
It was named the "rioneer." and cost
ebout $18,000. From this small beginning
hecontinued todevelop his ideas forcom-
fort and safety in railway travel, till
rullman cars are now known all over
the world. The Pullman Palace Car
company, of which he was president,
was organized in 1SCT. and it now op
erates over l,"fo cars on more than IoO.
000 miles of rail way. In 1SS7 he designel
and established the system of "vestibuled
trains." which virtually makes cf an en
tire train a single tar. They were first
put in service upon the Pennsylvania
trunk 1'nfs, and are now to be found on
many other railroads.
In ISM), in obedience to the Imnerntivo
demand of the Pullman company for in
creased shep facilities, and to give effect
to an idea he had long cherished of im
proving the Eocial surrounding of the
workmen, he founded near Chicago the
Industrial town of Pullman, which now
contains over 11.000 inhabitants. 5,000 of
itnom are employed in the comnanv'.
shops. Architecturally tho innn
picturesque, with bread Ftrects. hand
some public buildings, and att rartive
houses, supplied with every modern con
venience, for the employer. According
to mortality statistics, it Is one of the
most healthful places in the world. Mr.
rullman had been connected with vari
ous rublic enterprises, among them the
ITetrunolitan Elevated railway system t f
New Tork. which was constructed and
opened to the public by a corporation of
which he was president.
Mission Ji.int a Has Ik-en.
L03 Angeles, Cal., Oct. 20. Joe Mc-
Aulifre .the "Mission Giant." . of Pan
Francisco, addcd another to his strlnrr f
defeats last night, when Jack Stilzncr,
Fitzsimmons' eld sparring partner, re
ceived the decision over him at the end
of a fifteen-round contert. It was any
body's fight at til end or the fciurbeenth
round, and the referee announced that
three additional rounds would have to
be fought unless the pace was change J.
te!7r.er changed the pace.
Depo-ltors Arc All To He raid.
Edgerton. Wis., Oct. 20. The doors of
the Edgerton bank were dosed yester
day soon after opening. A notice wa3
posted cn the window that the bui.k
would be clorcd until 2, o'clock for ex
amination. The doorfl did not reopen.
Papers were being prepared for the ap
pointment cf a receiver and It Is thought
H. Towne, son of tho president, will
be made receiver. The announcement Is
made that the depositors will be paid in
1 HE MAKAcfd.
Chicago Uralu and Produc.
Chicago, Oct. 19.
Following were the quotatbir.s on the
Board of Trade: Wheat Octebi r.
opened and closed r.omir.al: December.
opened 90Tc. closed SHio; May. opened
We, closed W. Corn October, njiened
24Vc, closed r.nminal; December, or ncd
6e, closed Lii'tr; May, opened 2'.'c.
closed -JssC. Oats Octuher, fpsod and
closed nominal: December, opened lisc.
clrsed lltc; May, opened 2oc, elided
20r,nC. Pork October opened and clo d
nominal; December, opened fi.KO, closed
?7.": January, opened $.so. closed
$3.70. Lard October, opened and closed
nominal; December, opened and closed
Produce: l.utter Extra creamery.
l'.c per lb; extra dairy. 19c; fresh
packing stock. 11c. Eggs Fresh
stock, 1416c per dozen. Dive Poultry
Turkeys, ?C lee per tb; ohVkrns (henr),
fi'ic; spring chickens, 7c: ducks, ili
Sc. Potatoes Northwestern. SKi4Sc per
bu. Sweet Potatoes Jersey. $2.75&2.25
Chicago Live sJtmtk.
Chicago, Oct. 19.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
26.000: sales ranged at t'J.60fft3.9 for pigs.
$3f60'5'4.00 fer light. $3.2s'ri3.45 for rouirh
packing. $3.6014.05 fer mixed, and $1.50
fo.4.00 for heavy packing and thipping
lota. Cattle Estimated receipts fnr the
day. 5.0u0; quotations ranged at $3.1ft
5.50 for choice to extra shipping steers.
$4.70i&a.l0 good to choice do.. $4.40fi4.sO
fair to good. $3.S'i'Si4.S0 common to medi
um do., $3.60J4.2.r butchers' sters, $2.90
fi'3.90 stockers. $3.70i4.50 feeders. $2.00
4x4.20 cows. $2.60(7 4.60 heifers. $2.2r.r4.2a
bulls, oxen and stags, 2.S0'(i3.90 Texas
steers. $3.306 4.30 w-tern .angers, and
$3.50j7.0o veal calves. Sheep and
Lambs Estimated receipts for the day,
17,000; quotatiops ranged at $j.90fi4.10
westerns. $2.40-4.40 natives, and $3.73
Milwaukee. Oct. 19.
Wheat Lower; No. 1 northern. fcSc;
No. 2 spring, 85c; December nominal.
Com Lower; No. 3. 24c. Oats I:n-
changed: No. 2 white. 215220.
Lower; No. 1. V,V,c. BarleyFirm;-.
2. 42c; sample, 40g41c
Hay Timothy. i7.S0e 50; wud.L502 30.
Baiter Fair to cboics, 17c: fresh creamery.
Coai Soft, lOe.
Coitle Uuiefaers pay for eora fed steers.
tfi-iC; cowa and he (era, iQia ealyes, i
JURY TAKES A SLEEP.
Luetgert Left in Suspense as to
His Fate for Another Long,
BKIBEKY SEKSATI0H IN TEE CASE.
two letters Itrreiyed OITering fl.fiOO fV.r
an Aeqnittal or Itlsagrrctnrat Hoax.
ITobably lteportrrs IMpr OfT the Jary
Boom from Nichborlas Koob with Tel
"rope -Jury lt Out Into the Court
Koom to silumbrr.
Chicago, Oct. 20. Another night cf
suspense was ahead of the defendant in
the Luvtgert case when at 9 o'clock last
tight the Jury had gone to bed on toil
which were placed In the court room,
ar.d it was atcounced by Judge Tuthl'.l
that even though ly one chance In a
million the Jurcrs rhoulJ wake up ar.d
agree upon a vrrditt there would lie no
announcement, and the court room
would under no circumstances Leopcmd
until 10 o'clock this morcir.g. A few min
utes after 8 o'cl.Hk Judge Tuthill af
pcared ut the criminal court building.
and being admitted alone by the bailiff
at the entrance he pusscd qukkly up
stair, giving prsitive orders that no
body should be admitted td the build
ing undtr any t in umstances..
Learning that the jurors were weary
end that there was no prcsptct of a vtr
rJict If they stayed awake the judge or
dered cots put in the court room and let
the jury out of their cratnind ouarters
nto that room to sleep. The Judge then
sci t tne building ar.d wor.t homa.
Looks Like a ItlsaKm-uienU
After the Judge left the room th
Jurors proceeded to make th-mselvcfl
comfortable. A bountiful dinner was
served sunn after and then the cigars
which Judge Tuthill had crdered to the
jury were pasnd atrunJ. Soon the big
court room was filled with a hary at
mosphere fraprant or otherwise wiih the
fumes of bin nirs tobacco. The atate'
attorney said: "It looks to me at rr'..-nt
a9 though a disagreement would be th5
final result.. Inspector Schnack and As
sistant State's Attorney McEwcn are In
clined to plav-o more Importance upon
those two as-ttcr., olTerlng the forepian a
i v ....
.hub man i nm. i ncy seem to tnir.K
there Is a big pint behind it all. Termin
ally I believe tho letters were dther
written by a crank or they are a hoax
perpetrated by some newspaper ir.an.
Tho proposition Is too bold and the per
son making it offers to expose himself ts
the clutehes of the law too readily for It
to be genuine."
Rumors as to How the Jury Stands,
There were rumors of all kinds uflont-
during the evening, all cf them Ixing to
the effec t thai the friends of Lue tgert on
the Jury weie weakening. It was known
during the day that the vote stood eight
to iour, and last rjeht the rumcrs were
that it was ten for tfce death penalty and
two for acquittal. A liter story was that
it sioou eleven for hanging and one for
acquittal. Juror Hurley is admitted to
be the stout friend f Luetgert en the
Jury, and It Is he who l.i leading the
fight for an acquittal. Over in the J.iil
Luetgert wus durir.g the evening anx
louMy awaiting word from the Jury
loom. "If they don't agree." he said, "I
get ball nrd I will be out of thi I can
give bail for $l.O0O.or if they want that
muth. My wife Is living a.rmewhere.
but I admit she Is having a Kt ef ftia
with me at rrepent. Thor Is one thing
sure." the prisoner said, "there win 1
no conviction In this case. It wiU Is
either an acquittal or a disagrer-ment."
Took a Itallnt iwr KWpinr.
Just before retiring fur the night the
Jury took another ballot. the vote stand
ing nine fur conviction and three for
nequlttnL The four Jurors who have
Wn standing out f . r acquittal are
LVhmillor. Parber. Ilolablrd and Hur
ley. The two InUnr are still f.r acquit
tal, but cither Itehtniller or Harbor has
come over to ta state. There is much
fee-ling acrainsf Harb y among the Jurors
who favor the death pi-naity. They any
he will not agree in any way, but sticks
si Hilly for Luetgert.
National IMsrlplrV t'ouvrntlnn.
Indianr polls. Ort. 2V The fcrenoor
session of the National Christian church
convention, department nf foreign mis
sions, was elevoteil largely to reorts
from the fields. Thes: In -lud. d Afric a.
Turkey and EuropLcn n.lilors, and th; y
were e nt ournging.
lirvak the World lteranl.
Lor.rlen. Oct. 20 At the Cryj-lal Tal
ace James, cf Card.ff. and Nelson, of
linden, broke the world's tandem bicy
cle record tr 100 miles l.y covering th"
distanoe in three hours and twenty-six
" A - f .
wruga wmcn seems to nano
cn in spite of all the remedies which
you have applied certainly needs
energetic and sensible treatment
For twenty-five years that stand
ard preparation of cod-liver oil.
has proved its effectiveness in cur
ia; the trying- affections of the
throat and lungs, and this is the
reason whys the cod-liver oil, par
tially digested, strengthens and
vitalizes the whole sys
tem; the hypophospLites
act as a tonic to the
mind and nerves, and the
glycerine soothes and
heals the irritation. Can
you think of any combi
nation so effective as this?
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I sua an4 Cab arc oa the wrapper.
I " and tt.00, all antggiaia, v
I SCOTT & BOWKE, Chiawm, New York, jl
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Wonn5 rorr"atsicns ,F(?Trish
Oi and LOSS or SLEEP.
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tried and w II Lnom-n Kire Insur
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ri iMhcr-a I3i7:
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ttcBd docs not wash or oolor the
wall with aiksi:, e.o. Plaos acct
ot for estimates w!U reouive
careful at tcLticn ni bo returned
prcrcptiy st cur rxpr.e.
Quarries is mli'-s trcra Hook
Islsad cb tho V., H. 4 Q. B. R.
TraUf Not. ( ar.d 10 wiU ttcp
snl let vif itsrt oS sal oa.
Ci Id.8 itcno, corn criLi
biecks and foundation
ttone any size desired.
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BaUd'ofi can bo seen at Eoorc
Wo. 13, IililcbeU 4k Lyade't bnlld
Arthur Barrall, manager.
Rock itlaod or Coloaa, IU.
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icis Seco jdAvenoo.
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