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THE ARGUB. FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1897.
"sbitaoad D-lly and Weekly at liM Second
Avaase, lock Islaa 1,111. Xaterad at Unport-
TBA Dslly, 10 cants rer wssk. Weekly.
12.00 per eamiBM In advance $1.50.
All omulcation of political' ar argnaecta-
trie eeaastur. pelitioal or .rellgioaa, must bare
rtal aaaat attached for pabUeatlon. So suck
artist wlH be printed over flctltioaf Itfaeturee.
Cmsepaileues aallilnil from every towruhip
la Bock lalaad unary.
' Friday, November 5, 1897.
Benjamin Rissell. who lives near
Ballston Spa, N. says ho has
Toted for 18 prssidental candidates
not one of whom was elected.
Wbik Sara Bernhardt went to
Vienna she was compelled before
playing to appear before the official
j ad (tea in all the dresses she was to
wear in the Austrian capital.
Tai Illinois Bankers' Life Iasar
nee association, a Monmouth enter
prise, has been incorporated with
Col. G. C. Rankin as president and
o. o. Hallam as general manager.
The old stone house at Tappan, N.
Y., in which Maj. John Andre was
imprisoned, and from which he was
taken to bis execution uct, z, 1730,
was blown down by the wind Toes
IIknrik Isbe! is going to Berlin
next spring on invitation for the cel
ebration of his 7 1st birthday, it is
expected that this occasion will be
made tbe opportunity for an import
A laror hospital tor children is
to bo built and endowed in New Or.
leans by the widow of the late Rich
ard MlUlkon. as a memorial of ber
haabtod, who wa one of the largest
sugar plant in Louisiana.
Haasr (ikokuk's new book on tho
science of goveramenthad been com
' pletod then he entered the campaign.
but was hold for revision. It is a
troatise nn political economy, nad
presents (iorge's ideas of tr'ovorn-
mont in a form that will make the
volume valuable as a text book.
Tbk republican party was once the
ftride and glory of this country, when
I had Lincoln, Seward and tbe great
war governors for its loaders. Bat
the party that struck the shackles
Jroni the black mun is now riveting
tnem on tne wnito man through
great trusts and monopolies. The
party that once stood against op-
Jiression and won the name "nigger
overs," "freedom shreekers" and
"infernal agitators," now ha the in.
finite cheek and gall to call the
haters of oppression and the liberty
lovers of the day "calamity howlers,"
"repudiatora" and "anarchists."
Tun following is tho closing por
tion of an editorial in the Blooming,
ton 1' tint seraph (rep.) on the dis
graceful affair at the Kankakee in
sane asylum Inst Saturday: "Tho
spectacle of a body of men, otnployes
of the state of Illinois, breaking in
the doors of a hall whero a number
of young ladies were holding a party,
turning the hose of the fire depart
ment on them and using brute force
to break up the entertainment, is
enough to bring tho blush of shame
to every citizen of the state. The
roughest oommunitios in tho moun
tain rrgions of the far west would
not tolerate each treatment of
women; much less should the state
of Illinois tolerate it in an institu
tion whore humanity and decency
are presumed to be incnlcated. Tbe
matter should not end with the dis.
missal of the guilty men. It is a
case that calls for the attention of
the grand jnry."
Jonx A. Looan, the second, pos
sesses much of his illustrious father's
eensatloo In the throat u Instantly
relieved by lr. Ib-U ltne-Tr-nonev
a wouderful remedy for
Inflammation of the mucous mem
brsneaof the throat and reoplraiory
orn. a purely ve.retal.le com
pound. H contain nothing hut heal
Ingandlnvlgoratlng nicllrlnal prop
erties. It r guaranteed to core tbe
most stubborn eoughs aa well as
Urlppa, whooping cough, and croup.
i rwuiiiiti. at IV,
' i a btttk. or
a ill be ml apua receipt
at price bjr -
The K. E. alarrraad
a, w v - w
I -a ay wk
fire and grit. Having been engaged
to manage the great Chicago horse
show, he haa been continually pes
tered, embarrassed ami insulted by
tbe Illinois state board of agricul
ture, which, being dominated by
much the same spirit that usually
characterizes a county board of su
pervisors, has imagined that it knew
it all and was responsible for all, and
that any ideas not fully comprehended
i -. - i : . i i
uj it ur in buuuiu wuu its own, were
vain and unworthy of considera
tion, much less execution. Mr.
Logan waa accused of introducing
unnecessary frills and tunning the
show on too high a plain, and tbe
ooara wok it upon -it-!t k c' Pa
rnate him hrevtr it saw lii. Mr.
Logan put up with the - indignities
until patience ceased to be a virtue,
and last night he sent the board
an ' ultimatum it could either
apologize - for what - it had
done and its employes had done.
or the show would cease then and
there. Mr. Logan's proposition was
sustained by the biggest exhibitors
and the - board was given until 8
o'olock to make up its mind. Mr.
Logan was firm, and the board came
around with the most hnmble apol
ogy and. oonceded all his demands.
Without entering into a discussion
of the merits of Mr. Logan's position,
the board of agriculture, from its
methods, needed the lesson it has
HOLDING HIM BACK.
Why aa Enterprising Man Una Ko Chaaea
to liceume a Millionaire.
Blurumcr is one cf our citizens who
live well and do nothing. Ho toil
not, neither does ho Kpiu, and yet he
and his family live in comfort that is
not many removes from luxury. This
hits subjected Blurumcr to adverse crit
icism, which fairly lacerates his sensi
tive fivlhitfs, anil )ier.iiljo:orued himwlf
to a few friends the oilier evening while
they were enjoying tho good things he
keeps on tap.
"There's not a lazy bone in my body, "
ho began UKrrs.iively. "I'd rather work
than eat, raid l'vo nlwnys thought that
I had a great business head on hic. But
tho record's ngninst me. My father sot
nm np iu a mercuntilo business, nnd
when I had u bulauce struck at the end
of a year there was not enough left to
make a decent assignment On hU
death I came into n handsomo fortune,
and I junt thnnght I'd show my rela
tives how I hud been misjudged by in
vesting secretly in a great southern
land scheme. I went down gleefully to
look over my new pnrcha?o and gloat
over rny prospects. Most of my real es
tate was at the bottom of a lute, and
what was on dry land wouldn't raise a
hill of corn to the acre.
"My brother got me a nice rwsition as
traveling ealceman, nnd I had sold
wholo carloads of goods at half prico be
fore the house could head mo off. They
told mo that I must sell to liold my
place, and that was what I was doing,
but they discharged mo so hard that I
never got rightly over it. Mother bought
mo a farm, and again I started to aston
ish my folks by my business shrewd
ness. I traded tlio farm for tho state
right to a patent fence. All I got out of
that was a judgment against me in nn
infringement case. MotJier left me
what I have now, with a proviso that I
should forfeit everything if I tried to
do business of any kind That's why I
havo no ehanee to make myself a mil
lionaire! "Detroit Free Press.
A a Good an He Gave.
The Viscountess Sher,brook wifoof
Robert Lowe, was in the habit of say.
ing whatever came into her mind at the
moment. The French embassador one
day said to her somewhat patronizing
ly: "You know, England is said to bo
a land of shopkeepers. bad no idea of
finding there sncli great military dis
plays. " "Ah," she replied, "the people
cf different conntries do not understand
each other. Now, I have actually beeu
under the impression that the French
were a great military nation.
Free of Cbence to aunerer.
Cat this out and take it to your
druggist and get a sample bottle free
of Ur. King's New Discovory, for
consumption, coughs and colds.
They do not ask you to buy before
trying. This will show vou the
great merits of this truly wonderful
remedy, and show you what can be
aooomplished by the regular sized
bottle. This is no experiment, and
would be disastrous to the proprie
tors, did they not know it would in
variably enre. Msny - of the best
physicians are now using it in their
practice with great results, and are
relying on it in most severe cases.
It is guaranteed. Trial bottles free
at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drng store.
Regular size 50 cents and 1.
It Will ttnrprlae Von.
In order to prove the great merit
of Ely's Cream Balm, the most effec
tive cure for catarrh and cold in the
head, your druggist will supply a
generous 10-cent trial size or we will
mail for 10 cents. Full size 50 cents.
ELY BROS., 66 Warren street,
N. Y. City.
Ely's Cream Balm haa
cured me of catarrh when everything
ftlftt f.iUil HI . . CJ
. luaujr rwqoaiuiances nave
used it with excellent results Al
fred W. Stevens. Caldwell, Ohio.
A Uaear c?i Meninin.
There is a medicine whose proprie-
mui uim to nave dis
covered some hitherto un
known ingedient, or that it is a
cure-all. This honest medicine only
claims to cure certain diseases,
and that its ingredients are recog
nized by the most skilled phveioians
as being the best for kidney and
4ic;i, it la ro:ev a Kta
ney cure. For sale by T. H. thorn,,
Whea billons or cotUve eat tjs
caret, candy cathartic, cure eotran
taad, 10 enta, 36 cents.
A WARNING NOTE.
Those Who Heed It Not
Have Much to
A note of warning.
At first the faintest echo.
It strikes the back. .
A peculiar warning not beard, but
It increases day by day.
Tbe back cries out rebels.
The aches, pains and lameness -
Make life a misery beoome un
I)o you understand the warning?
Da you realize 'tis kidney talk
The kidneys are on a strike;
They have been overworked.
Nature intends you to know this.
And has only one way to warn you.
The kidneys are located near the
small of the back.
They are composed of delicate
fibres that filter the blood.
Stooping positions, a strain or
cold often clog the filters.
This is serious when you don't
know what to do.
Backache is the beginning; lame
and weak back follows.
The filters fail to do their work.
Kidney disease develops. .
The urine is too frequent.
The calls of nature wake you up at
A brick-colored deposit shows the
trace of failing kidneys.
The uric aoid is going the wrong
way. - ri
It is passing through the blood.
Poisoning the whole system.
Rheumatio pains and many aches
All this from a small beginning.
So easy to cure, too, when you
Get at the cause
Break up the kidney blockade.
Doan's Kidney Pills do this.
That's their specialty for the kid
Ono thing at a time is why they
Doan's Kidney Pills are not a cure
all, but a kidnev cure.
Doan's Kidney Pills are sold for
50 cents per box by all dealers, or
mailed on receipt of price by Foster
Milburn company, buffalo, N. Y.,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
For sale by Marshall
MELTED SNOW POWER.
Swiss Towns Tliat Ctllixe the Mountain
Besides a - considerable number of
largo water power installations Switzer
land is full of small Dowcrnlants. nearlv
every town in that land of mountains
and waterfalls beincrwell snnnlioH urith
power from tho "white coal," as the
melting snow on the monntnin side hna
well been called. When there are no
largo streams,. many small ones arc im
pounded and collected in rpservniru nn
tho hillsides, and it is rare to find a
place of any sizo which is not well
lighted by the power of some mountain
At Montrenx tho electric tramway
giis its power in this way, and from the
old Rnmua town of
diarval castle of Chillonone may ridoin
a irouey car propelled by tho power of
an insignificant little stream which may
or may not bo noticed when climbing
up Tiio niiisities just above.
The capabilities of this cpnernl ntil.
izr.tion of natural tower nro hr
to be understood everywhere, and, with
wo appreciation of tho possibilities of
mo nest metnocis cf lonp distance trans
mission. the develonmeratof mnnvtmmn
tain streams must surety come. There
arc innumerable streams, which, while
very small, are vet verv hisrh: nnil thran
can with comparatively little difficulty
' Jinpounnea ana earned down many
hundreds of feet, fhns mntinir t trr
their lack of volume by the great pres
sure reaauy obtainable, and, either by
tho nso of electricity or compressed air,
the power mav be transmitted
points of application with, but little
icss. sassier s .Magazine.
A Bible Sled.
A friend of tbe Listener saw a funny
signs aown in Alaine. At a place there.
which needn't be named, there lives a
small boy named Jonathan Lon&fellow.
who is a third or fourth cousin of the
poet, and he is a great boy too. One day
this friend of tho Listener was driving
past young Jonathan s house and saw
tho boy engaged at a. little distance in
Eliding down hill on tho slippery crust
on something that was not a sled. What
could it be? Evidently tho scrutiny of
uio passerby was-observed by tho bov.
for he stopped his coasting and called
out amiably, "I'm sliding downhill en
the Bible. " And it was the fact too. Ho
had got the smooth, leather bound fam
ily Bible, containing the generations of
all the Lcngfellows, and was coasting
on it with magnificent success. Boston
To Gar Cold ta Oae Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25c
Tea Cast Afford to Ciutnee It,
A heavy cold may lead to pneumo
nia or consumption. Foley's Honey
and Tar taken in time affords perfect
security from serious results. For
sale by T. H. Thomas.
Tor Infant! ud Children. .
Ihares aa Several Boacht and Said Dafljr
, . . oa the Stock Exehaage. . I
Most of tbe Acnch journals havsH '
aalle do depeches, where bulletins art.
displayed and a museum of relics of the
paper is kept. French journalism ts
much more personal in regard to its lit
erary composition than that of England
or America, A large proportion of the
articles are signed with the names of
the writers, even when the work, is
more or less of a routine nature, such
as the sporting or law departments of
the paper. On the other band, tbe own
ership of newspapers is less frequently
lodged in single hands than is the case
in America. Very many of the French
papers are owned by companies or asso
ciations, while the stock of several of
the best known, such as The Figaro and
Petit Journal, is bought and sold doily
on tho Stock Exchange, the quotations
appearing as regularly a those of rail
way shares or Government bonds.
The circulation of all but a very few
of the Paris papers varies enormously.
according to the contents. If a paper
contains a striking article, well adver
tised previously, or if its fenillcton, con
tinued story or memoirs, which most of
the French journals consider an essen
tial part of their daily issue is by some
well known author, the circulation will
runup 60,000 or 100,000 in a week
and drop again as soon aa the special
feature is discontinued. When Le Jour
began publishing M. Henri Bochcfort's
memoirs, its circulation went up five
fold, aiUiongh the price of tho paper
had been doubled in order to make hay
while the sun shone.
The French press is much more con
centrated in the capital than that of
other European countries. In Germany,
tor instance, it is not the press of Berlin
that has the largest circulation or the
greatest influence. In this, as in many
other matters, however, tbe French
press only bears out the saying that
"Paris is France. " Chautauquan.
NEW PUNCTUATION MARK.
A Badly Needed Invention Soggeated tT
:-, .the Caustic Copy Beader.
"I shall be famous. I have an idea
that will send my name thundering
down through tho ages," remarked the
"Humph I" replied the humorist ' 'It
will bo the first idea you have ever had.
You spend most of your time destroying
tho good ideas of others."
''Well, that may bo, although you
never have any idea to destroy, seeing
that you get those which you have from
Joe Miller's jokebook and the old al
"Oh, well, let's havo your ideal"
"To tell tho truth, it was suggested
tome by you."
"Ah I I thought as much, and yet you
"Don't bo in too big a hurry. You
naven't Heard my idea. "
"What is it?" -, ...
"I have Invented a punctuation
mark for humor. It is intended to show
the reader where to laugh. In olden
times, you know, the point of the joke
used to be printed in italics. Nowadays
there is no way to show the point, and,
as many of tho jokes, such as yours.
havo no point, it is impossible to print
the point in italics. Now, I suggest that
a punctuation mark be placed at the be
ginning andVat the end of everything
supposed to be funny, so that tho reader
may bo prepared to laugh when he be
gins to read and know when he bas
leached the point and it is time to
laugh. I would suggest that the mark
be two little squares placed above tho
lino, and I shall call it by tnv name.
What do you think of that for an idea?
It was suggested by your stuff, as I told
But the humorist had given tho copy
reader a look of scorn and had vanished.
Rabbits That Climb.
A correspondent writes to the London
Field that while he was hunting rabbits
with ferrets in January he found rabbits
on three occasions hi willow trees which
overhung the water of a mill stream.
The miller said that it was not an un
usual circumstance. Some months ago
The Field told of other rabbits which
had been shot, like raccoons or opos
sums, out of trees in England. In re
cent years cases of rabbits in trees have
been reported with increasing frequency.
Proiu Australia has come tho most re
markable story of rabbits as climbers.
The only way in which rabbits could be
kept out of certain tracts cf land in
Australia was by the building of wire
fences about them, the fences having
meshes sa small that the beasts could
not crawl through and being so high
that they could not jump over. The rab
bits have clawed at the wires until their
nails gradually have become hooked.
Some of the rabbits learned to scale the
fences, and then great additional ex
pense was necessary, for tho top of the
fence had to be bent over like a J up
side down, with the hook out, so that
the rodents could not get over the -top.
Australian rabbits are said to be learn
ing.to climb trees for the leaves.
Ha Had Fallra Off.
Patrick was a new man in the light
horse regiment, but his cheerf ulness and
witty replies had 'already established
bun as a favorite. Ha had one draw
back, however, and that was his awk
wardness when on a horse's back. Nat
urally his position required the opposite
of this, and Patrick worked hard and
faithfully to acquire the ease and natu
ralness cf his comrades when riding. He
congratulated himself that this was at
last accomplished. But one day when
on parade his horse shied and threw him
with considerable force. When he re
gained consciousness, be found that his
arm had been broken with the falL With
his usual characteristic good humor the
poor fellow smiled in his pain as be saldr
"Well, well, it's too bad. I thought'
I had improved in my riding a great:
deal, but instead I have fallen 'off."'
Harper 's Bound Table.
THE RETIRED BURGLAR.
He Telia of Bomo Very raplraaaat Ttpu
rteaeea With. Mtrrota.
"I have had," said tbe retired bur
glar, "some very unpleasant experiences
with mirrors. I think I have told you
how l once nred at my reflection in a
mirror, mistaking it far another wan
a mistake that I thought I should never
make again. But within two years after
that I struck at a man in a mirror, and
smashed the glass and smashed my hand
and made myself uncomfortable gener
ally. It may seem strange to you that a
man could make such mistakes, but in
a dim light, and where everything is
strange to him, and he's all sort of keyed
up himself, I don't know as it is after
all. Still, after that last experience I
did think it would be some time before
I had any more trouble with mirrors.
But within a year I had on experience
mat was a great deal worse than either
"When I came out of a room in a
house I was in one night, on the second
floor, looking down the hall this was
pretty near tho front whom I was I
saw tho figure of myself in a mirror at
tho other end. It was plain enough,
even in that light, but it startled me a
little at first, and I threw up my sun at
it Of course tho figure's hand went up
and down, just the same as mine did.
and it made mo kind of laugh to think
of it, and I could Imagine the shadow
laughing, too, at a man who was afraid
ol hia own shadow.
"Then I went into the next room, and
when I eamo out of that into the hall
again my eyes sought tho mirror again.
It wasn't very pleasant to see youradf
in the dark in that war, bot it would
havo been a mighty sight less pleasant
not ta Bnt then I was all right, and I
stood nnd looked at it a minute and
threw up my arm at it same as before.
just up and dawn, a sort of unnecessary
test, bet it niado me feci just a little
easier, and up went the arm in tho mir
ror with mine, but this time, when
rtauocotuo down, tho arm in the mirror
" 'Now. don't raise your hands.' the
nian aid"! covering mo with a gun in
his upraised hand, voico kind of drawl-
ing, Lut meaning business, you know
You know when a man means booiness.
and this man did mean it, and I kept
my huuds down.
" 'Ob, Billl ho says, not moving
muscle and not shouting it out, but just
kipd of urawling it dux like tho other.
. ,TIitu a man appeared beyond the
man that was holding mo up, coming
toward hjra, nnd me. Ho walked right
uiroush tho mirror, past the other man,
and kept coming. It was 11 plain
enough then. In fact, I'd gucmcd at it
before, as may bo you have. Tho mirror
wasn t a mirror at all. but a doorway.
an ocning midway of a long hall, and
tho frame was tho framo of the door
way. Thero weru rooms beyond, just
the samo as thoso on tho ride wlK-re I
was, and it was the doors of those that
I had seen in tho mirror and not thn re.
flection of thorn on my sidn. And It
was out r.f one of thnso doors that Bill
came. Th man with the gun had been
ready for me the first time I looked,
but it must have been that Bill waxn't
then. But Bill was ready now, and he
came on past the other man, careful to
keep out of his range, of courae, niak
ing for me, and ho eamo around behind
n and took two or three turns of a rope
around my body and arms. Tlirn tbe
man with tho gun came up, and be
tween the tbey tied mo up good and
strong. And that waa a matter of some
four years. " New York Sun.
Schooltcarhim? seems to he thn mnnt
popular of all the fields that are open to
cuuckd woraiu in iowu mere were in
the United States 735 women who were
protesaors in colleges and universities.
Eider Wen. Tennison
OF BUFKIN. IND.,
Telia of the Great eeneflta Derived From
Dr. Mites' Heart Cure.
TWEAKT DISEASE of long standing is
not easily cured, trat it is cckabu.
Elder Wm. Tcnnlaon writes: "I waa
aXUcted fur thirty-fire years with heart die
ease, in fact, troubled with it nearly all my
au, life: 1 think it faereol-
aBUcted with tb I have
suffered great dlstreaa,
my heart palpitated to
sncb an extent aa to
shake say whole body.
Bo dUU caning was It I
co?ld only with aiual
estdlfflcntty rompone myaelf toalern. About
two year ago I beysn taking Dr. HUea
Heart Cure. The ant bottle gave see do
pcrrentlLle benefit, but after taking the
third I began to feel much relief and I eony
tinned tea eome montha. I have good rea
acn to believe tba car is permanent.
Dr. Miles' Cemetifca are aoid by all drag-
rists under a positive guarantee, first bottta
benefits or money refunded. Book oa Heart
and nerrea mt free to all appIVanta.
DB. MIXS 3ED1CAI. CO. Elkhart, laaV
is the first essential of a stove:
durability and beauty. Jewel
stove requirement satisfactorily,
you get a Jewel Stove or Range
anowicoge mat they have been
act inai over i .5 jo.coo are in
m tne largest stave plant in
WW aByvaaavajnaF, awwara '
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ANTK1V-TWO GEXtl.KMKH lWUItS
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ANTED-A COMPFTICT CIR1, POU
general homework. Apply at Am.l
WANTF.O A :IRL FOIt 1iOK AJCDON1!
" for general house work at line Steood
TANTFD-A rOMVETF.XT :illl. T w
V V ecnffral horuteworic la familv of Iwo at
IHin Fifth avenue.
Wasteo-a Minrri.F. a:ht woman
" b art aa houoekeener In familr of two.
Call at IVU Fourth avenue.
Y7axtft-tu-i or thrij: Fvrtxisiim
room In private family: rnMt location:
board and bath privileges. Addrcta Am.i'n
WANTED OtmnS TO STOKE 1 CHEAP,
clean and llrht etrae mm, with ele
vator at test Smoed avenue. Johns Jonea.
Two ringa on UK.
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VV nmoda. wetobea. lewolrr, hardware,
muniftal raairumentB. olrTolee. aVUilu. ort
gtoua, furniture. et. Hcbet eaafe prloea
paid for aoeona Baoa gooaaof all kinaaaiMi.
rbe above good for rale at half ana uaual
tore ml era, A U baatocai traneacunt strict:?
OTcnrcnuai. nia new nomnrr an: locative,
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qulre at t-1 T weaUetb street.
fjXR RENT FOrR ROOM FLATOW TWEN-
A. ' U'lk street. 110 per nxm'a. Apply to K.
B. Stafford, Maaonle Temple block.
TjlOR RENT THREE FNFI'RNISnED
A room, aieam heat ard bath for light
housekeeping at WO Sixteenth street.
fpon RENT NICFJ.Y FI RNtSMEIt FRONT
A? room, with nraala if dr-irrd . bath,
beat, everything drat oiasi; M ftevchtoeath
POR RENT ROOM HorSE OX BEV
JC etta avenue and Tenth street. Newly pa
pered and paibted. Applj to Ueorge '. Kola,
FOR SALE-fina WHETX: AM tint NO TO
leave the ell and will a. 11 11 fir f.J.
1. 0. Hhaw, IIM Beeond avenue, iioek Island.
TJKR RAI.E COAL, IN ANY QUANTITY
A' of VI bushels or over at per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commercial bouse barber shop, Uoek
T7K)R HAI.F.-A 6TEAM LAtTNIiRY WKI.I.
A. equipped and doing a pa)irir bulm:M.
Mv sell n aroount of health Only oth
er Ktcsm laundry in rlty. Adtlre-M 1 Urew.&M
Cass street, Joljet, IU.
I03T-A LAOVS OOU WATCH WITH
J short foo ehaln rf sea bean attaeb!.
betweea Twenty third and Tsentieih street
on Fourth avenue. Kinder return to
Fourth avenue, and be liberally rewarded.
ijVJR BALE OR EXCHANGE A GOOD
! paying bakery business at Hut Third ave
aue. Owner withes to engage In other busi
ness. Will take real estate le eichang a. Call
at above number tor particulars.
Fate or Fortune.
SIR GORDON BALDWIN.
(Lat j Counselor to ueca's Voert)
Spirit Mwdiasa aaa PalaaUt
HypawU" Elect MaataJ Healer
A'rtAragyoa waatti kaow revealed by
ltil eminent yoasg a lea of asmp
e srwnderfil bs tails ta aaates at
rs'lars. aad Jsat wtiai tkiy wsat 10 re
wtuvsit a-king acja.stna. lists ts
b ciasetd wlta rata eauavs. Ivtsos aril
re. ste.as be works dlmd fmai ta
'siege, of thasanphy. peyboiory and
Cbliusnaaey ay a tteaoea p-wer ks r
esrse each control Mat aa rsaaovss ava
el-a. hadaaaess.spe')a.ate.. and ascaraa
yn easeeas ta all sf sins bmt. asarrvm,
divorce, eletasas. ta1ass. prapeit. re
siting Mparts. kitifig abseu fWad.
ost treasures, la fs t at yunag. Ily t s
Hypnotic, tsHtna-SirDtal Tsvaraaxit, be
b'sesrad all claos eg dlataar otiwa
asrdlrrasaasasswafallafa sta raarss
tea s i aak and aaespta ra a oa ea
1 s eoaipiatel oi.r awra-eta.
Hours as. as. aa S a t epsck.1 s
a.latasau anaagsd far aay tiais. O&aa
KIMBALL HOUSE. lUVESPOai.
Boom as. Third Door Balew rariar.
after that Cornea coovrnknee.
Stoves and Ranees meet everv
economic aUr. tvrfccUr. When
you Lave as a guarantee the H
famous for over 50 years, the W?
use to-d.iv. and the reputation
.the world. Ask the dealer for
are aoid try
BMnaeaaeraHaMF.awBiVr.re.-ElBtir'r medtelM. Oaly tan,.tr.- tl
4heparaudranaaPBMaaaji. Ifyaa want the haN, gat
toataj l IUKK J aV IV WWVWf
Bock Island. 111.
f . ClBCtr, wh
FOU1I NIGIirS, COMMIN J
Saadaj, N07. 7
W.11 Tresenttha Romantic " tf
Drama in 4 Acts, onti .
"THE EVIL GBN
New Fpeclaltios! Beautifu c -
ADMISSION 10, 20 m
Vats oa esla at Blatter Drat T
The Bingley .: 1
After years of cfloi l t?
cure to the public a u I .
tee of buying pure .ti.J ti
adultc rated liquors, c '
tillers the privilege cl : i
their product in b i. -,i ! r
the direct supervisic i. i :
that each package s: .: t . r
a stamp certifyinjjtl . - l
quality of its conl i; . v :
have secured the i e
agency for Clark' j' c
bottled under the J 1 . n
ditions expressly U 'y
and medicinal use. a- i
icinc chest should t i !i ut '
an article that il i . :
can fully depend t. . .
being what it rejirf .. . t
goods are not satii .
trial they may be c, J.
On sale only at the
IH-EL Family Lir : ' n
1706 Third At-
P R. CHAUBERL
For the Following; Safe
and tollable Gompanlet-w
Traoara Ink. Os.. v
r'rovlosBCs Wasklngtoa It -a;
Imperial Ins. Ox.. .. i
Calaadealas las. Oe.... a
XhCltaa-ajawrloaa Ine. c
fHolUt Ua.CO. -a
Ofilee Boom SO lil'th- - .'''
Block. Telffbone .
arc the most
w money refur.:
by all eminent .
is Uie best for .