Newspaper Page Text
THli ABOTJB, THURSDAY. OCTOBEK 21. 1897.
' PikUbad Dally sad WeeUy at 1W 8eeond
4Taa ,BotkIslDd,m. tend a tbepoet
ita second-daei Batter.)
J. H. Pottsb
TIRHft-Dally, 10 cents par week. Weekly.
ASS par aanaa ; In advance tl -SO.
All eeemaateatteca of polltterJ or ana aeota
ttvecaerectar, political or teiliitoas, mm t bare
real mama attacked for pablleatlon. Mo rack
article U be printed over letltioaf slgiatfojef.
MiwpondeaeeealMtedffant I Mhip
la ftoek Ialaad aouity.
Thcksdat, Octobeb 21, 1897.
Uxdbb Iowa's new code Washing
ton's birthday U legal holiday ia
Marshal Blanco, the now cap
tain general of Cuba. Is on his1 way
aoross the briny.
It seemed considerably an easier
task to hang the Luetgert jury than
to string the sausage maker.
It might readily have been im
agined that when the time had passed
for Bock Island to animate the town
of Fulton, the people up there would
adopt some diversion for keeping
themselves alive, but It was not sus
pected that any of them would carry
the drastic measures to the extent
of producing the opposite effect. But
then uiton is unique.
Mb. Bur am believes that one great
issue at a time is enough. Recently,
while he was making a speech, a
man in the audience plum pea tuis
question at him: "Do you favor
national ownership of railroads and
teleleeraphs and their operation by
the government in the interest of the
people, or leaving them in the bands
of private corporations?" Without
the loast hesitation Mr. Bryan calm
ly replied: "I am going to fight tbe
battles in front of me uciore l neni
tbo battles beyond that. As I heard
a populist say last fall, I am not in
favor of government ownership of
railroads while lOtnscnlia owns the
A ralte Prjphee.
A republican exchange contains
"Congressman Johnson, of Indi
ana, being aeked what effect the good
republican times was having on the
silver sentiment of last year, said:
Killing it, and very rapidly. I know
of democrats who voted the tree ail
ver ticket last year simply because
it was that of their own party, who
win savor an it ajrsin.'"
Faots will show how far this is
true. Last year McKinley carried
Indianapolis, Ind., by nearly 7,000
majority. Last week the democratic
ticket on a free silver platform swept
that city by a majority running into
the thousands. From nearly 7,000
majority for McKinley last year to
3,600 to 6,000 democratic this year
Is good enough proof that Mr. John
son is a true political prop net.
Facte A boot Hawaii
The tables sb?w the entire popula
tion to be los.twu.
Thirty-one thousand are native Ha.
walians, 8,600 part Uawalians, 3.000
Americans, 3,200 British, J, 600 tier
mans, about 1,600 trench, Norwegi
ans. South Sea and others; and then
comes the list: 21,000 Chinese, 24,.
000 Japanese, 16,000 Portugese
these three more man nail of the
Oat of a total of 72,600 males there
are 19.000 Chinese, 19,000 Japanese,
(more than one-half of the whole),
and less than i.wju Americans.
Of the American population one
third are females. Of the Japanese
o.ouu females to is.uuu males, and ot
the Chinese 2,600 females to 19,000
We know that the British do not
as a rule leave their own country to
establish homes elsewhere; therefore
of the 70,000 of foreign birth there
are but 8.000 Americans, 1,600 Ger
mans, and 400 Norwegians who have
presumably located there permanent
ly less than 6.000 out of 70,900.
R tree ft of Haw-pap Aeceoate.
The question of whether a newsps
per story is evidence was decided in
the affirmative by Judge O'Donnell
at Dubuque. The oase ot Hollenbeck
vs.'C. M. A St. P. railway company
was on trial. The plaintiff's house
at Washington Mill was washed into
a creek and be suod for damages, al
leging the railroad embankment ob
KSUitALGXA tad similar Complaints
w BRn auocr ue Knascni
.VOl RICHTER'S fs
V- VM LsV m as, am A esse, fan'
Wort 1 rmxOWTpfxl f RrmmrtraHv oemmatni I
- . .- ffcfla.se a ei
31 JISHlST avuss.
IS Bratsk Hob:, -w Ova Qlaarworka,
l BASSEaU s nriXl 1&3 second ar-j
.JSEJT 1IS0RU. lj'0 eroMar.
v I ISC
xaciA. iw ttecond are.
.Alirnoi RTwatACIIAt. beat for
5 " r CWBolmli
trocted the natural watercourse and
diverted the flood onto bus land. An
attornej produced Dubuque, Belle
vue. Cascade and McGregor papers
to prove that the storm was severe
and general and that the flood was
an act of providence.
The opposing counsel objected to
this evidence. Be said it was not
competent because 'it was not the
bet t evidence. Ttiere were living
witnesses of this flool. and tbey
should be put on the stand if the
other side wished to prove the "cata
clysm." He should not rely on ex
apeeiated newspaotr accounts.
The attorney in-ypdnrd ts-i --..
papers and defended cue reporters
from the cba-f-e of hyper
boliem. Ue cited the statute giving
works of art, etc., standing as evi
dence. After much argument the court ad
mitted the testimony and the lawyer
proceeded to read the newspaper re
port of the cloudburst, and deluge,
and cataclysm to the jury.
TATLOR BIDOS1 TO.PICS.
Taylor Ridge. Oot. 19 S. P. Ball
f having a well dug on his premises.
The youngest cnua of air. and
Mrs. Tommy Kelher has been very
Miss Margaret Montgomery was
hopping in Rvck Island last Satur-
Mrs. rorrest xoung nas oeen suf
fering from r brd cold the last two
Mrs. Mndge and Mrs. J. A. Sever
were in Reynold a on business last
Miss Iva Jonnsi in spent last t ri-
day anil Saturday in Bherrard visit
ing her Bister.
Frank Ziemer went to .bock isiana
Monday fore.ioon, where he expects
to attend school.
Mr. and Mr. J. B. Joseph, of Bock
Island, visited with William Barnett
and family last Sunday.
Miss Mnttie .iemer returned to
Davenport last Thursday to resume
her duties at tne urpnane- nome.
A bouncing ba by boy arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Spraston last Wednesday morning.
" . m. ' . n a
Air. and mri. vj. u. jsruner ana
daughter. Miss Mabel, attended
church at Kdtngton last Sunday.
We are please d to see tnat tbe sec
ond train made its first igular trip
this forenoon; the first since the
There was quite a large party last
Thursday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. frank Woods. A good
time ia reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry juuoDaro and
children, ot Rock Island, visited at
the home ot L. IX Madge and family
tbe last of the wnek.
Miss Nellie Car center was happily
surprised last Wednesday evening by
a large number of her friends drop-
pint; in to celebrate ner oirtnuay.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaa Miller and chil
dren, of Atlantic, Iowa, have been
visiting friends and relatives in this
vicinity for the past week or two.
Mr. and Mrs. iewig aauipaugn re
joice over a Due little boy, which
arrived at their house iriday morn
ing. Tbey now have a daughter and
Dr. King's Mew Discovery (or Consumption
This is the best medicine in the
world for all forms of coughs and
colds and for consumption. Jbvery
bottle is guaranteed. It will cure
and not disappoint. It has no equal
for whooping coughs, asthma, hay
fever, pneumania, bronchitis, la
grippe, cold in the head and for con
sumption, it is sate tor au ages,
pleasant to take, and, above all, a
sure cure. It is always well to take
Dr. King's New Life Pills in connec
tion with Dr. King's New Discovery,
as they regulate and tone the atom.
ach and bowels, we guarantee per
fect satistaction or return money.
Free trial bottle at tiartz s une
mover's drug store. Regular sizes
60 cents and 1.
Rheomatteaa Cored In Tniee Days.
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint, her suffering was terrible, and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
in bed tor six weeks and had eight
physicians but roceived no benefit
until she tried tbe Mystic Care for
rheumatism. It gave immediate re
lief and she was able to walk about
in three days. I am sure it saved
her life." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1601 second avenue, druggist, Kock
Island; Gust Schlegel A Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
21 S. Peoria St., Chloago, 111.,
Jan. 11, 1896.
Our Working Woman's Home As
sociation used Foley's Honey and
Tar six years ago, and are nsing it
today. It has always been a favor
ite, for while its taste is not at all
unpleasant its effects are very bene
ficial. It has never yet disappointed
us. Wishing you all possible suc
cess, sincerely yours.
Laura G. Fiiow, Mgr.
For sale by T. H. Thomas.
Caeoareta Candy Cathartic tbe
most wonderful medical discovery of
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel oolds, cure headache,
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please buy and try a box
cfC.CC. today; 10. 25, 60 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
Reynolds, Oct. If Fletcher Mil
ler secured the contract for T. L.
Johnston's new residence, his being
tne lowest Did of tne ainerent nrms
competing. Work will be commenc
ed immediately and puehed till the
building is completed.
Mrs. Rose Cooper has oeen on tbe
sick list this week.
J. M. Walker was r Bock Isl
and visitor Monday.
u. Myers, of Hamlet, was a Kock
Island visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Al fcckstrom has been on the
sick list for two weeks past.
Miss rnoebe Hammond was a Mi
lan visitor Saturday morning.
A. Bradford took the early train
for Rock Island Monday morning.
w. x. Johnston snipped lour car
loads of hogs last Thursday to Chi
cago. Joseph snerrard and daughter
Edith took a trip to Bock Island Sat
F. U. Walt is at nome again after
having spent some weeks in Iowa
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. voixei oi Buf
falo Prairie, went op to Book Island
Miss Vina Crandell returned last
week from her eastern visit looking
well and happy.
Miss Bertha Kckstrom took a vaca
tion over Sunday of last week and
visited at hone.
Mrs. James Sperling has gone to
Kansas City to visit friends and rel
atives tor a few weeks.
K. G. Bailey drove over to Aledo
Friday afternoon to look after busi
ness there for a day or two.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Freytag return
ed to their home in Sherrard Monday
evening, after a few days' visit at his
Mrs. Susan Conway returned Tues
day evening from her trip to Ireland,
where she spent the last three
Miss Kelley, ot Rock Island, has
been visiting with friends and rela
tives at Hamlet and Aledo for a week
The Misses Katie and Sadie Bo pes,
accompanied by their brother George
of San Diego, Cel., were Rook Island
visitors Friday last.
Capt. Benam. of the Salvation Ar
my, of Rook Island, and J. Doug
lass, ot Cable, hive been spending a
part of this week again io our midst,
assisting in working up a little more
There was a great surprise on Ches
teen Smith last Monday night in hon-
or of his 20th birthday. About 25 of
his friends arranged everything in
readiness at the hall, and when Mr.
Smith and his friend arrived the cur
tain was raised and he was greeted
with one ot the favorite songs sung
oy a young men's quartet, of which
Mr. Smith is himself a member. A
neat sum of money was presented to
him in lieu of a present, and after
happy greetings, etc, they spent
ine evening in games ano songs and
a well filled table finished up the pro
gram. Altogether it was a delight
Cordova, Oct. 20. Mrs. E. Sible
visited last week with frienda at La-
Charles Wendt spent Friday at
The family of Aaron Smith moved
last week to Moline.
A new photographer has located in
town opposite Davison's restaurant.
Mrs. Dobbs and daughter, of Toni
ca. 111., are the guests ot Mrs. J. S.
Miss Chattie Marshall left Friday
for Chicago, where she will remain
Cordova expects to have at least a
couple of representatives in the
Klondike next summer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hunt, of Savanna,
spent a tew days last week with Mr.
and Mrs. H. F. Durant.
D. T. Pinneo has a sorghum mill
combined with his canning factory,
and is producing some fine sorghum.
Mrs. H- Hannah returned to her
home at Walnut, Iowa, Friday last,
after a pleasant visit with her sister,
Mrs. E. Cool.
L. D. Marshall has moved his fam
ily and household effects to Rock
Island, where he has obtained em
ployment as clerk ia M. & K's.
Tuesday, Oct. 12, occurred the
marriage of Miss Delia Rokel berry,
ot Albany, and C. H. Williams, ot
this place at the residence of Mrs.
N. J. Huginun. The many friends
ot the happy coeple extend their
The best Salve In the world for
Cuts, Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively euros
Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisf action er
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
nox. cr saie oy tiara as uuemeyer.
An ounce of prevention is better
than r pound ot cure." Dr. Wood's
Norway fine syrup prevents con
sumption by curing colds and all
similar lung troublea. tot sale by
Marshall & Fisher.
For Infants and Children.
DECLII1ES TO COHFER.
Great Britain Finds It Impractica
ble) at This Tim to Jon
a Silver Conference. .
CA5K0T RE OPES THE HTDIA MUTTS
Head of the Financial Department of That
Portion of the Empire Strongly Agnlntt
Such a More Premier Invitee Other Su
keetloua Looking to a Stable Par Ex
chance Between Silver and Gold Oer
nianj'a Action Depend on England's,
london, Oct 21. Salisbury last night
sent to Ambassador Hay the reply of
the British government to the proposals
of the American bimetallic special com
mission headed by Senator Wolcott. It is
a diplomatically worded note. His lord
ship says that the government ot Great
Britain is not able to reopen the India
mints at present. He regrets the inabil
ity to accede to the proposals of the
American commissioners. Great Britain
having aa great an Interest as the United
States and France in securing a stable
par exchange fcr gold and silver, and an
enlarged use of silver. In these circum
stances, continues lord Salisbury, the
British government does rot see the de
sirability of an international monetary
conference, but will be pleased to con
sider any other practical suggestions
from the United States, liord Salisbury
encloses with the note a copy of the
statement of Sir J. Westland. head of
the financial department of India. Which
was under discussion at the meting of
the cabinet council last Saturday, and
which takes strong grounds against the
reopening ct the India mints.
. German? Walla on John Bull.
Senator Wolcott is not in London. Am
bassador White came from Bertln last
Saturday. He has avoided publicity, but
has had several conferences with Sena
tor Wolcott. In the course of an inter
view with the corespondent of the As
sociated Press White said that Ger
many's action as to bimetallism will de
pend upon England. DIscuFSlr.g the pos
sibility of a tariff war. White said: "1
do not believe that Germany will in
augurate a tariff war with the United
States. The Germnn pres and many
German statesmen hare been very bitter
against the Dingley law, but I think
they are now beginning to realize that
an Increased prosperity will enable the
United States to buy B3 much as under
the lower tariff."
PIOBT WITH THE TRIBESMEN.
British Forces Storm the Heights Through
a Very Hot Rifle Fire.
Simla. Oct. 21. According to advices
from Fort Lockhardt, the tribesmen
having occupied Dargat Ridge, wlilch
commanded Chagrux, on the Samana
range. General Sir Teatman-BIggs snt
the second division yesterday morning
to dislodge them. Thev position was a
very strong ore, on the summit of a
precipitous hill, reached only by a single
path along which the attacking force,
consisting of the Gurkha regulnra and
the Dorsetshire regiment was obliged
to climb in Indian fllo, three batteries
meanwlle shelling the Sangars. The
British suffered a temporary check when
they reached tbe open space and were
exposed to an accurate fire. After a
prolonged artillery Are the Gurkhas
were reinforced by the Gordon High
landers. Then followed a magnificent
rush across the open space In the face
of a murderous fusillade. Tbe ere my
stood their ground till the Brltith
reached the rocks below, down which
the tribesmen could not see to fire, an1
then they fled pell-mell. The losses of
the Gurkhas and the Gordon High
landers were severe.
The tribesmen reserved their fire till
the Gurkhas reached the zigzag path
under a perpendicular cliff. Three Brit
ish companies crossed the fire t ine off
here at a rush, sustaining hoavy losses,
while the remainder 'deployed to the
left to intercept a flank attack by
some T,000 of the enemy from that di
rection. At 12:30 p. m. matters looked
serious, as the British gun fire had
failed to dislodge the enemy. General
Kempster thereupon went forward In
person, moving up theOordon Highland
ers and the Third Sikh regiment Into
the fighting line. A systematic assault
was then organized and 2.000 men with
fixed bayonets stood waiting for the or
der to advance.
Three minutes before the word of
command was given General Kempster
telegraphed back instructions to the
artillery to concentrate the'r Are. The
eighteen pieces of artillery responded,
and under cover of this fire the leading
company of Highlanders, amid perfect
silence, rushed into the Are rone. Half
tne men dropped, but the remainder
pushed gallantly on till they reached the
cover where the Gurkhas lay. The rest
of the force streamed after them and
the tribesmen seeing that most of the
trocps had passed the fire tone fled up
the hill and collected under cover of
the cliffs. The Highlanders and mixed
regiments, after pausing a moment to
take breath, again advanced to the
assault, and twenty minutes later the
position waa won. The ridge waa
stormed at S o'clock.
Empire Strengthening Her Defenses,
London. Oct. 21. In connection with
the increase in the strength of the Brit
ish army the defense of the colonies of
Great Britain is receiving unusual atten
tion. The government haa Just dis
patched a former secretary of state for
war to Australia with Instructions to re
port to the war office upon the condition
of the defenses of the Australian colo
nies, to urge an increase of the colonial
forces and to submit proposals for arm
ing the local troops and exchanging bat
talions from Australia with those of the
motherland. The mission of W. S. Field
ing, the Canadian minister of finance, to
Great Britain also includes discussing
with the colonial office what proportion
of 1.500,000 which it is proposed to ex
pend in strengthening the Canadian de
fenses shonld be borne by the Imperial
PnmtHt the Papera ta the Case.
London, Oct. 11. The chancellor of
the exchequer. Sir Michael Hicks
Beach, replying to the memorial of the
bankers and merchants of the city of
London, says papers will soon be pub
lished fully explaining the propotals
made and the position taken up by the
government with reference to stiver.
The government of Hawaii has re
fused to accept the arbitration treaty of
fered by Japan.
Food Is sa scarce at Lake Lindeman.
Alaska, that board is 110 a day, and
single meals $2.5 to S3.
The czar and the Grand Duke of
Hesse dropped in as it were on Kaiser
Wjihelm at Weisbaden yesterday and
Western jobbers of window glass, at a
meeting at Chicago ordered an advance
in prices of S per cent, to take effect
A federal union of the various labor
organizations in Oshkosh, Wis., Is under
consideration by the workingmen of
All but three of the students in the
Sioux Falls Baptist university are on
strike and demand the removal of the
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Bmkaw, of
Bloom4n?ton, Ills., celebrated tht ir gold
en wfdding Tuesday. Brukaw ia 82
and bis wife 83 years old.
Netices have been sent out by the fed
eral government warning hunters and
others against setting Jlres on govern
ment lands in Wisconsin.
Carl Koebel took his life at Chicago.
First he drank carbolic acid; then he
cut his throat with a razor and finished
by hanging himself with a wlra.
During the last year no fewer than
10,000 school children were taught to
swim by instructors employed Ly the
London Schools Swimming association.
Charles Sexton, the eldest blacksmith
in Wisconsin, celebrated his 90th birth
day at Jancsville. He hamed the trade
with his father when but 7 years old.
The Sioux City, la., council provided
for the appointment of a committee to
investigate the possibility of the city
securing control of the local street rail
ways. Frank Hammer was instantly killed
at the 'woodenware plant at Menasha.
Wis. He was employed in the heading
room and in stooging to pick up soma
artVlo was caught In the shafting.
John Andrews, a member cf the so
phomore class of the Mount Pleasant.
Ia., high school, was stabbed in a row
at a freshman's t-lars party, being cut
near the jugu!ar vein and barely es
caped a fatal Injury.
MaJT Moses I. Handy haa finished
his labors at Paris as npeclal eommie-aUj-.er
of the I'niled States for the
Parts exposition of 1900, and was ban
queted last nipht by the American
Chamber of Commerce.
Persia exports cvwt year about 0,000
boxes of opium, each containing liiO
pounds. About tbe same amount ia con
earned at home.
Ta Cora a OoU m Uae Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Onlna Tablets
All druggists refund the money if it
inns go enre. ioo.
A Short, Heel Story.
A cold. Neglect. Pneumonia.
Grief. Had Foley's Honey and Tar
been nsed, this story would have
naa a nappier enaing. tor sale bj
T. B. Thomas.
MADE ME A MAN
rosirmxY trim At.
nro l lxm-hmlllrr
ilrnwir. lll'!lf!icr. Mltlmw-n-w
cii. miM4 lir Abiw and
fttirr terror and r Jirro
tii.n. Thrr quwtr and
nrelT rMiti.ri' Vtf. !ilt(t In
'" . al nt a mvi inr
Trv.nt Iiie.inii; ati-lounuiioff.
tl.tn If I. JtfM, Inline, lhflruar
a it limnetltv Improvement
w tm-cii a 'l'ltK where
bni., ,v. Z-Z!ZL ..!,.".V!,"-r" ' ' !
li-J Ulr0 ".cum 1,1 wn aar refill u
'. lTlmfin cento ner .vlna), .,r ait tiarkawre
AJAX REMEDY CO.. "SS
For aale hi ttoek Island tr John Beegitoa
taa aUrahail at Flaber. droejnsta.
The Em-El Family Liquor Store,
IMPORTERS AMD BKTAILKRS OF
HIGH GRIDE WIXES,
WIIISKIES AXD CHAMPAGXES
For Family and Meatcleal Tee.
Bold hi qaantttie to aalt Ibe weeta of
parchaaor. by the
Bottle or Gallon.
Call on aa. On Sldcbosrl la partica
1706 Third Avenue. Bock Ialand.
BW1 CKKAM BALM la a
Apply into the Baatrna. It ta qatekly absorbed. SS
rrnti - Trm rati m hj aaill . aai iilaa la li aiall
SLY BUtmMS, as Wanes be, Sew lork City.
O. FELIX LK BRUM'S
Steel I Pen jrojal Treetstt
ia the orurmal arid aelr PRZBCH.
ebfe eixl raliahle enea aa tita mmr
keu trie. AiMi eent by saaaV
(Hmnino Quid ualr he
FMuta arcaue iim atuce.aok agca
Don't Go to Alaska
All Grocers Sell It.
MADE ONLY EY
rHC N.K.FAIRBATIK COMPANY.
ClitaWTO. 8L Louis. Hew York. Ikwtoo. Philadelphia.
m Hr. ( aa. W. Harvey, the Editor of
BRYAN'S PAPER tKt:
sa 7Btii Buueiuig uiuuig wnica nine ine uire wymrians Of tne tate ess.
failed to help him. He had IndlKMthm so bad that he could a- eat axire
9) than two meals a day and waa obliged to carry aanrpiilne with bin to rt lt.-re 5
ages of Vt. Kay's KmovaW cured him.
abort extracts from bis letter but we nra
ana many otnera wno nad tailed to get Ke from phyalclane or any nw-dl Ine,
until they took Dr. Kay's Kawvator. Mr. Hervey wrote: I consulted thr ruf
the best phjaiclans in the state but thev
was sore ana sensitive, i was indoctd
and it Is eight months since
toms whatever of my oil trouble.
friends for stomach trouble and 1 think
iteoovatur nas cured so uutny of tbe worst casw that we consider It a et-rtain
cure for all eases of dTanepsia, inlpeti m, liver and kidney rilwuaei. end
all nervous and blood diM-aeee, beadache, bUUwneas, rtc. AT TEiJ TUX C7 W
TIAB it should be taken by everyone to rcnvate and Invigorate the whole
system and to purify and enrich the blood, giving aeaa a
aud vigor to the whole body. It is easy and lra- IvllaVwv" efC
ant to take. Tone up your system for the spriru; work. Mold by drng1s nr
sent by mail for 88c and f 1. SOCXXZTt treating all dUeaeex and airial vj
booklet on Female !MVMe. ALL TIS.X. Addrcas Dr. & J. Key Medical CL?
Co.. Western Office, Omaha. Nth.
Sold by T. M. THOMAS. Druvtclot.
Jilr J A
j;fy. V . 0
AU kin da of carpenter
OFFICK AND SHOP
Cbas. Blscbr. aaacer.
M ATI HEX AXD KIGBT.
Sat-ordaar, Oct. 23
A 120,000 PRODUCTION.
Martilflceot Beealc prodcetlia nt tte
oriinal aramaUaatloa uf Mra. S-owc's
49 People. Forties, Donkeys
and Burros. 8 Orinal Plan
A FACE OF
MAX-EATIXC SBEEUX BLWC0TO
Tadadtrg A)as Ox f Sf rSaaifj
beaaty. Kra'a .c!4.u ( kax,t, 10.1
laeaiON. IV'tliieM bt typ1
cal eoet-ra .i earl Tea aauS of
saaale. All law tu nar rrai.a free
teet (il-plaf. T-a eia-iA f e jife
tlste. tiiiai ai a u
Prkee 10, SO ae4 &z. SVatt sow oa eale at
Bleaer'e Jewelry atuta.
X. 11 '
For lack of space we can -iv- only t
all to eeod fur full report o UiUeM Jkh
failed to five me re lief.
''s Renovator, S3
I commenced i'a use and I now nave no vrop
able, I have reeomojended It to many of my 19
all have reported relief." Dr. Ka'a
This is the Place
JO tt VISE
Glcvc tt d Fur 6'. ore
Gonval ;nbVwt Oo a ae am' a x
aa axiefnettae gaafat-ioaa
7SI 1WKI.FTH 8TKKFT
ff B rT
aa) rear iAMat sae Aoe tt ieeare.
Insurance and Loins.
Soorn , MitnUU a Ljade b'nr
Fur the FoUowtiaj Mate
TraOra I v. Oa... .... v4are
rrevldeeea WaaMagts Iaa.Oou ftnnaeia
taraarl I-tM- tatawa
OXcc Bom M Ml-cheU A LvndVi
jlilvck, TelasHi. ltld