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TCISDAT. JaBlABf 11. 1131
Trrr are mere than J.COO
ehorrhee la Loaloa. 574 Monin;
to the eatahlished e horra. 4V Mela
ediats, 350 Paptlst and 12J Komsn
1.800. etclonire of Ccncrsrtonel.
t reabtterian aat LatNrran chnrraa
aol eiclol?e alto ef Jewis a ays,
ropus, cf whtca there axe 3; in
TntStreatcr Free Pre?i fere that
taeChlcip, Barllajtoa A Qalnpf
Railroad compear has trdrad 55
Mogul lociaoUree (rm the ntts
bari; Locomotive eompiey. coitinj
!S.A0 each. Thie It lie tirst crdf r
rtvea oat by the (J for some time.
The jeer 1131 promises to U a phe.
aomeael eae (or the pa rebate of rati,
way aappMee. especially fur the rail,
road I la the weal
hi a TOR Cnoai. of (taleibor;. has
at hie foot dowa ca aperrow shoot
lag within the limits ef hie domain,
lie thinks that the safety aad com.
fort of the public have bcea eadea
gared long enough aad has jiva or
dera to hie police tare to artist asr
eae fovad nsln; a apra cf aay
ort. rue, air-paa, shotgun. rarber
raa or aay otacr kind of a can
wtthta the city limit. This is aa it
should be. Rook Inland's mayor has
realised Ihie for aotu time, and the
rankleae ae of runs has bee a pro
hlbited here for two eocs pt.
Wuis resident AIcKialey CUs lit
lace on the latrrsttte eomraerre
eommUaion. Col. U iiUant U. Uarrt
eoa will shake the dust of Weal it
ton from his faet aad ccnie back to
Illinois. Thirty-four years aK-o le
went to tt'a'hitoa aa a represent,
tire la the Thlrty-etgta ooo ,,
o that he parts eompaay with the
eapital with more it Ui regret.
liafiojttheeiampleof Jjha SI. Pal
mar before him. he prcposes, la spite
ef hie TJ yeera. to go bach to the
practice of law. lie leaves the com
mission after 10 years of esatlaaoai
Aaosj the recent organisations cf
capital to corner proditcti are ri
1. Wire tall trail, capita! 70,
. Machinery trust, capital.
I. Fnameled Ironware trait, capi
4. Boer Iras, rarlul I l.OOO.GOO,
t Kaglish thread trait, capital
. Cottoa hose trust, c apltal I JS.
7. Dieauit trust, capital IJ0.0OO.
n. Tinware stapling trnit, capital
9. Rubber roods trast. capital
As the Peoria ioaraal ears, there
are more to follow. Standard ell
aad sugar are ao looter the only
oomoiaee ta ino neid.
TasrepnUtloa ef the newspaper
tprose, as a whole, has eu!red sade.
eervedlt for the stas cf a few of Its
easatioaal membera. Nevertheless
ll Is Una, as the Ctlcsro Chronicle
does well to remind the people, that
a a . k .
x in raaarru lae aewspaper prtse or toe
Uatted States Is clean and whole
some. "So far from pandering to
the vicious and depraved." It rays,
"American journalism le becoming
more eoaservalive la the printing of
aaeevory aews. lae aewspapcre of
toaay wun ine exceptions noted
mlalmliethe amounts ef hiteous.
bratal aad retrltinr crimes. There
fore, Mr. Soraa. auperiateadont cl
tne st. Lome public lebools, who ad
arefssd tae llliaols teachers at
Spriarfleld last TanrslaT. was la
error when he attributed to the press
a vicious lasueace over eebool cbil
drsa. There are some thinee laths
dally newspapers which It wonid be
Better, perhaps, taat ehlUrea should
aaj rrfn4 w Km m. .
wrr-Mi iraa 1 - Aatfca-.
a anrafa. lu rv-H.aa,, ira.
.11 riJT nuzi.
, athk an aaiai
raat. X I
ef" f o
antra-!. Bat aawerap'rariirwiiclft I
nmii areata, mi id y mast 01
acreaeltj caroucl the tu deeds at
wU m the pood. So long at they do
totmaraifj wkkedaeie, cr reader It
attractive, taey caaaot le charged
with oiertiag aa tfll iBflueaceopon
cUldnn or ipoa any on else."
Frma th Now Yorls Tritune comes
a tnT which 5Ir. Moorfy roccjotly
told. tUntntir r f tb fort that to tho
power cl sinl htarted ixncveraaoe
there Is ao known limit:
When I waa in 1 nd.ai aome rears
tx I ww a l.wiy in my audienco mho
tnuM rx,t walk and bad a chair on
wbI la w Li h ib was trootht iuto
cL-.nh. Tke 1 k d d.n-t on bcr faco
acd th4 attention bo arracUd in Leiug
LTDUfbt into tie ur tinge tualn tie
take notice f ht r I icio to bir cno
day, and ae raid :
'Ir. iliiorfr, wh..n tLi.-t excitement is
CTrr and you haT ptin l-ack to Amrr-
thn tynclo will ltk to their old
way Tb' y wta't t. p ca. Tbcy can't
I talVr-d wi'b b r fi r sorno time. Lot
hoUckm Ik r point. A day or two
altera ard I tuM the fablo of tbu clock:
Tho p ndoIiun cr uet, d bow mary times
It wosl l barn to tick before it tf a
worn cut. and it was no appalled at tho
ner.iWr that it wanted to Rive cp right
their, aavirjr. "1 never can do it."
"lint," Mid cne cf tb other rarti cf
the cl. k. "it ia only a tick at a time."
"That U Ju-t what some cf you ore
!.io." I wid. "aavina tLat 'after Mr.
M!y pr. La"k to A tundra tho ficito-
tm.nl wtU 6l out. Wo will not keep it
pp We can't rtt KTace enonsh to do
I Wt ftM.a cnonub to live a tick at
a time, a fti p at a time," said L
That wor.utn wcut homo and bocuM
a rlork with a udulam and put it
wa re rne crnld v it. She preached so
rnceb elect "a tik at a timu" that her
frt mil rall.'d b- r La:y IVu!unnu
The d:y tf ore rctuininir tf America
rcml a ra.vo from brr. In it
a J ri, and tbo KtttTwitb it said:
"i'l'-ao rot thiv clrx-kja jronr room.
B!f1 vh u y. a loik at it n tix-inbcr that
Lopf ri wlulau la ktiU hving a tick at
A frrrvn!nt who siens bimrelf
V. C, viil. nrtr mniotr Victoria
Or, Sfti'Ia th Joilowiufj rrnini.-ccuco
to th fxmlju Tl. Rrjf.h: "Yonr no
conat tt tho tailor who bra invent' d
rwnwi il m :mi for kw. onee reminds
moot thveipiricuc rl apullact Fnnrb
cfaVcr who waa a frirud of mino, then
a tonrur mln. in tbo Crimea Oencral
1V1 Li r: I It was rather rarck-M alxmt
hta iixm except when in nnifnrui. and
one dav bo rorjncd all hi friend by
appranntf in a iu.ni&cint rhrpb.id
tartan anit They were all enviuns of
nia rpl ndid tamest At niaLt be Join
ed la the conviviality which was tak
ing place Inonocf tnn hnts warmed
ty a chcrtfo!, tlnzltifr flnv Th! plnce
BX't iDtcIi'tablr warm, and vbcu l'o
ltirr roKO t) cn tho cwntany were
amaied to End the ahepberd tartan
Couij let fall to piecee ui an v&traonu
nary manner. Tho nWvea of tbo coat
Irof red to tho Co. r. then tho la k. nud
the lrou-rraLso Mlo3 in Ictacbm uts.
Aa ciaminaticn ahr.wrd that tho ecams
latrad cf tcinff sewed, were clued to-
Ktther. and tho brat cl the bnt had
completely melted the composition. IV
iwicr rod touslit tnm from a Orotic
peddk r and paid a Ligh price for them.
U that entcrprikinff merchant had fall
en Into the metal's bands within tbo
ncit few daya, I am afraid bo would
have had abort shrift. Unlcs tho new
rystrm Is capable cf better thing than
that u cot cf cs will bo qui to content to
suck to tho stttchce."
Haw la Laofe uatf.
(iood looks are roallr more than
skia deep, depending entirely on n
healthy condition of tho vital organs.
If the liver be Inactive, you have a
billons look; if your stomach be dis
ordered, yon have a dyspeptic look;
if your kidneys be affectod. yon have
a pinched look. Secure good health.
ana yon wm surely nave good looks
Electric Bitters'1 is a good altera
live and tonic. Acts directly on the
stomach, liver and kidneys, rurifies
the blood, cores pimples, blotches
and boils, and gives a good com-
p.etlon. Every bottle gnaranteec
iold at Harts & Ullemeyer's drug
store. u cents per Dottle.
TOaal rtlae! Itlaal
TW U'lltl.m,' Indian PI'. ntn
av a v aeaapausi asuaesaa s tiw vials
ment will cure blind, bleeding and
itching piles whea all other oint-
ments have failed. It absorbs
- . . m t . , i . t
tamers, allays the Itching at once.
acia aa a ponwee, gives icsxani
It.l TV. 1111.1 lJ! ..1 1 ...
ment la crenared only for nilea and
l!tilll r.1 k. ..t. ...... .-
M.u VI 4t Vllf BIO IS,
nothing else. Every box Is
racta.t. SoI,l ti Arntrtrimtm n
by mail ca receipt of price, 50 cents
AfflA ei M, Im.
Wttuivi If a vr v a rrrrnffi ft
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Proprietors. Cleveland, Ohio.
ooia oy u. w. oannsen, urnggt
B-eaaaaiaaa Carat aa a Day.
"Mystio Care" for rbeumeti
and neuraTgia radically cures in c
to taree days. Its acuoa upon
ryitem is remarkab.o aad mys
One. It remnvpa at nitr. ttia r
and dieaaae immeliately disappears
tw. ... j ., v ,rr
dents. Sold by Otto Grotian,
Sairnttti a afl flan A m rawl at af a W
aad;Gost Schlegel A Son, 220 West
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wc'ii aum. uaTenpora.
The anaaai ccsaumpttca of tea Is es
timated ly Mulhall as follows, in
ponada: United Kingdom. 1S4.5O0.0O0:
ow.wu.ww: Kaaata. I
wo. W0 ; Caaada, 2 J.000.000 ; Aastolia,
M AAA "
Talrteca latere written ty Ceorga
Waahincton m'rr loo -
Isold La Lcodon recently for 470. This
I averse cl about 1 100 apiece.
The Astonishing Exploits of a
CL0PED WITU HEE ENEMY'S WlfE.
Bcaaaca That Waa DerilUh and CooBlctc.
Xct DctUa alllM Many Men la tha
Conn of Her Lively Career aa Cowboy,
Oatlav aad Adrratarrm.
An Amorlc.m wntiian died on a cattle
rt.( h inar Villadiiua, in old Mexico, a
ffw dar ao ho waa writ known on tho
I'g ranrbia and in many town and cities
ct tho wild and ruct-d irK from Texas
to Arizona. ho wa a romarkalilc wom
in, nnd in the exeutinn of her arbemea t)f
doriltry ho displayed a snHicU nt amonnt
T coumifo and natural uliility to havo
irmlo her a very distinguished charnrter
If ho h.nt exerts her taJenti In any loiiti
tiintoeallin?. wiythuSt. Ixniis Heptiblle.
In her carver she mailed ur.d r a di'.'n or
more different natuea, bnt those who knew
her best Kf that her eripinul name was
Net Iiettie, and that Fho was born near
1'ott Uihain, in tho Indian Territory, ef
parents who had i-lcnty of Indian blood
in their vein. Aa a littlo irirl she was
very pivtty, and a pet and faviritc with
the younff oHiclm who were stationed at
the old fort.
Iter first "mml affair," a.4 she railed It.
and the one wbich alio insisted traiinform
id her from an innocent maiden Into a
SVvlI, occurred In the Indian Territory
when al.c was a very )ounff glrL A hand-
lonieyounff soldier won tho Klrl'a heart,
proniliilnR to marry her as soon aa ho was
diM-harRed from the amir. Net acciden
tally learned that ho had deceived her.
t-ho went to her lover In apparent irreat
dlrtrcja. With tears in her eyes, sho told
him that sho had rhanKed her niiiuL J-ho
could not marry him, aho said. AVhilo she
was saying it sho watehod him narrowly
oot of tho corners of her eyes, and easily
saw tant he wm plaaeL With her In
formation ahn then luredhlmto her homo,
and after telling htm of his tn-aeherv nnd
making him confess that he really Intend'
cd to marry another girl sho f hot him
A BLAZE OF FIKE POrP.ED
di red Net a great scrvico was tried for
murder In one of the lwrder counties and
sentcncul to ho hanged. The woman heard
of her friend's troubles, and his distress
touched brr heart. Sho resolved to tavo
bU lifL. She went to the little town of
half a dozen houses and took a look at the
jail in which her friend was confined.
Xherowas nocher prisoner In the jail,
and one ulghtwben thotiherifT camo to
bring a supper Ui the cowboy ho felt the
muzzle of a pistol at bis car and heard tho
words "Throw tip your hands." He hud
ju4 opened tho front door of tho jatl.
"Make tho len.t nols," said Net, "and
I will blow out your brains."
She iniwlo him reli-ase her friend, and
then they txmnd the officer hand and foot
and locked him in a cell. Net had two
fast hoixs near by nnd a Winchester for
her friend. They role rapidly toward the
Klo Grande. A posso of Trxana was in
hot pursuit, and at daylight, when they
wens within a few miles of tho river, tho
esrnpina prisoner's horso became lame.
Tho Texans overtook them, a buttle en
siled, anil the cowboy fell mortally wound
ed at the first lire. Net would not desert
her dying comrade. A Llaze of fire poured
from her wlnehester. and three horses be
longing to the posse galloped across the
prairie with empty saddles. Tbo girl at
tempted to help her dying comrade np be
hind her on her horse Ho urged ber to
save herself, telling her that he was dying.
She boldly charged the tworeniainlng offi
cers and put them to flight. When she re
turned, ho found that ber friend was
dead, and sho galloped away.
Very littlo is known of her career in old
Mexico. Cowboys in Texas familiar with
her remarkable history sometimes heard
from her and always In connection with
some desperato adventure. Her father's
family moved from the territory to old
Mexico some years ago, and this wayward
character enjoyed the satisfaction of
spending her last days surrounded by thoso
ha knew h.'t Lot and doubtless loved
ber In spite of her faults.
Walked vrateea Miles In Her Sleep.
Probably the longest tight walk ever
taken by a somnambulist was that of Miss
Chella Connor, tha 19 year-old daughter
f A. II. Connor, the station aueut at Fcl
ton. Ik L A few nights ago Mix Connor
retired, but tell aIeep before she disrobed.
She had been In the room but a short time
when aha walked nut of the houe and up
to the railmaj track. Mie walked to Ches
Wold, 1? miles dUtant, before she awoke.
Bra Tec a Trailer BMav
A ben jumped on tha fcaderof a Brock
ton and Taunton Llectris railway car
and, taking a comfortable position, rode to
Taunton. She created a sensation on ber
way through the city, and many thought
she waa dead nntil the ear stopped and
they saw her get np, shako herself and
walk k-Uarely np the street.
"l x. mil i If';' if- 'ft ' L rriS-.t,yai'
TPEBPAr, JANUARY 11M8S8
pmeeedlnm thaa threatened danper to the
pna-e and safety of the desperate woman.
oreauclnft that she was liable to learn
something of the Mexican penal code, the
maiden mounted a Cno horse nnd rodo to a
ranch on tbo Uio Grande, where she knew
there was a lai-po herd of cattlo belonging
to the estate of the old don. Hero she per
formed a feat whLh would hardly have
been dreamed of by the most hardened
deapcrado. ahe ordered the vaqueroa to
round np the herd and drivo It toward the
Klo Grande, and when they refused sho
shot one dead and made another leave tho
camp. Sho was dressed iu her proper ap
parel at tho time, tut later In the day she
resumed the buckskin logging and jacket
of a cowboy, and, mounting a fine horso,
pistol In hand, sho compelled the trem
bling peons to drive tho wholo herd of
2.0IW steers acrosa tbo Kio Grando. It
took her a year to turn the herd into gold,
but sho succeeded in doing it, In tho mean
time making several trips to Chicago and
t. Louis, frequently stopping at tho best
hotels, where her aex was never known.
She now had money enough to live In
luxury for the remainder of her lifa But
after making a trip to Europe she tired of
travel nod longed for her old lifo on tho
plains. Sho returned to tho west and
bought a ranch near FlnfrFtniT, A. T., de
termining to settle down and lead a quiet
life. It was not long before tho Innate
deviltry pent up insido her anatomy got
the better of her judgment, hhe In somo
way incurred the enmity cf a neighboring
rancher, who had n very pretty wlfo, and
Instead of killing tho man, osono familiar
with her career expected her to do, sho
did something much more astounding.
She mado lovo to her enemy's wife and
induced her to fly with her to El P-xso.
Net had so carefully planned tho extraor
dinary piece of deviltry that she never lost
a dollar, and succeeded in ruining her
enemy's homo for lifo. Sho carried her
money in her pocket, nnd when sho had
succeeded In luring her victim in to a room
in a hotel In Kl Paso sho revealed her sex
nnd left her. The unfortunate woman
told her enraged husband a true story, but
he tcver believed It, and tho affair ended
in a divorce and a ruined home.
The strango woman never returned to
tho United States but once after thin, nnd
on that occasion sho eaino on a dospcruto
mission, which ended la the death of three
men nnd secured for her tho title of the
"Terror of tho Plains."
A cowboy who had at some time rtn-
FROM I1ER WIXCnESTER.
dead. The tragedy occurred In a grove not
iar irom tho yonns girl s home, and in
consequence of this tho body was not dis
covered lor several weeks.
Tho young girl knew that sho had com
mittcd a terrible crime, and sho at once
resolved upon flight. Slipping Into her
brother's room, sho secured a suit of the
boy s clothes, and in a few moments sue
ceeded in making a very startling change
in her apearanco. lieu daylight came,
sno was iar uway from Fort Gibson.
mounted on a splendid horst-, which she
was urging toward the nmiriesof Texas.
Sho joined a company cf cowboys, who
did not suvpeet her. She knew nil n!:out
cattle, smoked cigarettes and Used terms
never heard very often except around tho
campures on Hie plains.
At Dcnisotrthe wholo crowd went on a
WilJ spree, wbich ended in a rcw in a sa-
loon. In the desperate affair two men
wero killed and three wounded. Net stood
by her comrades nnd fin-d until her pistols
wero empty. Only ono of the cowboys
escaped unhurt, and in company with this
young man tho now thoroughly desperate
mnraeresa rodo out of tho town. They
were pursued, but never captured.
Tbey went to a cattlo ranch far cut on
the western plains, where the girl re
mained for a year or more performing ev
ery duty required of a cowboy. She rodo
the wildest mustangs and went on long
hunts after drifting cattle. Never did one
of them dream that Littlo Cherokee, as
mey caucn ner. was not a man. Down on
the Ulo Grando Littlo Cherokeo had a
diCiculty with the rook of tbo outfit and
killed him. The dead man had friends.
who were not in camp at the time, and she
concluded that Fbo wculd feel a little bet
ter on the South side of the bic river.
Uhile In the little town of Santa Rosa
she was Insulted by a Mexican desperado.
wno was just at mat particular timo en
gaged in the amusing occupation of "shoot
leg up the town." The girl got tho drop
on the rascal, ants' made him get down on
his knees in the street, and while he was
pito-ously pleading for his life she shot
him and coolly cut off his ears. The citi
zens were glad to s tho villain's career
ended, and they Ju tted tho littlo Ameri
can and offered every hospitality to tho
heroine. Jn coueuoence of this she lost
ber balance and rode her bursa into more
than 03e saloon.
She next turned np In Chihuahua,
where sho resumed her female attire, and
after making herself conspicuous by some
very extraordinary capers, one of which
ended in blood, she succeeded in captur
ing the heart of old Don Juan Serrano, a
rich cattle owner, who had a magnificent
nacicnua in northern aiaxico. They wi
married, and the old "nightmare," as she
called him, took his littlo bride to hie
country borne. In less than two months
tha old don was in his grave and Net was
engaged in the pleasant pastime of spend
ing his millions. Heirs turned no who
laid claim to the estate, instituting legal
For some time our stock has been topsy turvey on account
of moving to the new store, but we are now straightened
around and can show you
Goods and Prices that will Interest You.
Our stock comprises the latest and best made footwear
sold on close margins to make it worth your while to call
here. Don't forget the new number
1619 SE0035TJD AVENUE .
WRIGHT & BKRBBR
NAPOLEON'S LAST WORDS.
The Dylnr Thonehts or the Man Whom
On his deathbed Napoleon expressed
his conviction that England would end
liko tbo proud republic of Venice,
with perfect composure bo cavo his
fast directions : "I dosiro that yon will
take ruy heart, pnt it in spirits of wino
and carry it to Parma to my dear Mario
Louise, ion will tell her that I never
ceased to lovo her nnd rolitto to her ev
ery particular respecting my death np
ou this miserable and dreary rock. Yon
will tell my mother and family that tho
gnat Napoleon expired in tha most de
plorable Etato, deprived of everything,
abandoned to himself and to his glory,
and that he bequeathed with his dyinc
breath to all tho reicuins families of
Europe the horror aad opprobrium of
Tho Eocoud codicil of his will con
tained the direction, which was after
ward complied with, "It is my wish
that my ashes may reposo on tho banks
cf tho Seine, in tho midst of tho French
people, whom I kovo so well. "
On tho 6th of May, 1821, bo who had
for years kept all Europo iu a etato of
feverish excitement terminated his
After lying in state two days tho
body was deposited in a coffin composed
first of tin lined with whito satin,
which, having been soldered, was inclos
ed in another of mahogany, a third of
lead, and tho wholo iu a fourth of ma
hogany secured with Iron screws. After
tho ceremony an enormons stono was
lowered over tho body, resting on a
Btono wall so as to escapo the coffin.
On tho 12th of May Louis Philippo
commanded that tho ashes of Napoleon
bo conveyed to Franco. In his commu
nication ho eaid : "Henceforth Franco
ahmowill possess all that remains of
Napoleon. His tomb, liko his fame, will
belong to none but his country."
At 1 1 o'clock, Dec 13, tho first can
non was heard announcing that the re
mains of the emperor had reached
Trench ground. Amid tho vast assem
blage tho body was borna ty 24 seamen
to its last resting place in tho Ilotel dea
So closed tho eventful career of tho
gTeat Napoleon, whoso memory can on
ly perish with tho records of tlla world.
Detroit Frco Press.
Stalking Hainan Prey.
Tho Goorkha, with his catliko facil
ity for taking cover, aided by his small
Eizo and his slcnthbonnd persistence
in following an evasivo foo, has always
been an annoyance to tho stalwart Pa
tlian. On one occasion two Goorkha scoots
wero told off to drive away two Af
ghans who, from a neighboring sum
mit, wero "sniping" at a passing col
umn. Tho column reached its camp aft
er midnight, aud when roll waa called
the two Goorkhas were missing.
Their comrades monrned them for a
few hours, but at daybreak tho two
turned up, very tired, very hungry and
very thirsty, but radiant
. "We got them both," they Eaid.
Few men but Goorkh'as would havo
enjoyed tho sport of 6talking enemies in
their own country until they "got
them both." Pearson's Weekly.
A Good Start.
"Yes, grandma, when I graduate I
intend following a literary career
write for money, yon know."
"Why, Willie, my dear, yon haven't
douo anything clsb since you've been at
college." Doston Trivcler.
To Oara Oold la One Day.
Take Laxative Ercmo Quinine Tab
lets. All dm agists refund the money
If it faila to care. S5o. The genuine
nas u. o. vi. on eacn tablet.
MADE ME A MAN
posrrroxr gtke a r
eron DiM-a railing
Mt-nmrT, lujpife'tTf. Slplft.
wm. etc., cau-iHl rj Abuw and
oUtrt tiraiua, and mdiw-i-tlona.
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arvly ivvto lvwc vitality In
ila or ynuiic. ami IU a man lit
atx)y, biKlnma or mamaxa,
Mwy.nt IimtiUj andCnMMrna.
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nra in rara case or reiUfra toe
P7-JW iw package, uc Mx paetacoa
(fall lratinrot) for i.M. Hy ntalL la plain aouar.
apuarecatptofprtCB. circular (res. ailreaa
AJAX REMEDY CO.,
lor sale ta Hock Ialaadby Joaa Beats a
ON ALL FUR
1605 Second Avenue,
Fire Per Cent Paid on Dapcilta.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
jil Buford. President.
John Ornttaovh, Vice Preslda.
t QraecawaJt, Cashier.
SAgaa bimtaeaa Voir a, rd, ar.d ocetpf the
S B. eat. atltcaaUl Lyaaa'a naw cauolai.
inc dovrlopmrnt of orjnins and
in. iiuuucii' uarin in.-
esuia. una nui a
For salo by M. F. Bahcsen, druggist,
JOHN H. faKIDOf.
Fimxnoiff a so ht
Painters and Decorators
Shoo alio Ssre-entrvuith itrret
Vatf The Direction Of CraAbemun Kindt &C&
Wedaesday, Jan. 12.
Mr. Wilton Lackaye
In the Romantic Costume
Alex iTesrocT. Fdward Xatiriec,
Emmet e ( orrigan, Edward Wallace,
v T Mcllnlic, hvt Wilcox.
C J Burnldgr. Gvo Ucltanald,
-nawl WVywr, Jaa Coleman
Balph Lawia, Mn Bntla ;r!fSn,
John Lancetar, Mlfg Alice En ,
beo D Macintjre MIm lleloa II ant.
Prlces-Il. 77c. SOc and fS-. Seat aala at
Fluke'a, Telephone 93.
JOHN VOLE & CO,
aaaafaetanrs of Baah Aal all Klafs of wwk
Doors aadBd , for Bonders
Siding, Flooring, Wainicoatlng
18th Stmt bet. itk and 6th Ayeaca.
Inccporated Undor the
II rt Caale, Wm Wilraeno
John !ruhaiKB, Fr.ll Site ail.
H P Hill, L Miuon,
X W nTt, J a Boford,
Jsckaea num. Mild tan.
They ovrrcotna Wraknew
IrnfUlurlty aud omissions,
im-rcaee vlyor and banbth
"pains of monntniutlon."
They arc Ml,ll Sat era"
to i'frls:it womanhood, aid-
body. No known n-meily for women sntiala
ii'iiimh j im-nurc y prr una ay Biail. MM ay
a bnuaiboii vv.t vaeTeiajaa uiuo
cor. Fourth At. and Twentieth St.
emit A. raaiDotr
McCoy's New European Ilotel
COR. CLARK AID VAI BORER ITS.
One block from C B. I, A P. aaA
1. S. Ac 31. n. n Ulroaal Aepot.
Improvements costing WSflOOjOQ have
just been completed, and the house now
offers every convenience to be found in any
hotel, including hot and cold water, electric
light and steam beat In every room.
Kates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM AkC0Y, Owaer aad Proprietor.
I lava TOO Rosa ThmaL PtnmLaa
Colored 8pofs. Aches, Od flora, Ulmrata
aumui, Hair- auunrr t nte tOOK JtBltKOr
Co., 930 aUsonle Tunp'e, Chleago, JUL. tot
proofs of euros; capital, $500,000. Wosaa
easea cured In IS to 89 dara. 100-nan