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one position but a short time and not on my
left side at all. My huaband brought me
Dr. Miles' Nervine and Heart Cure and I be
gan taking tlicm. When I had taken a half
bottle of each I was much better andcontla
uing persistently I took about a dozen bot
tles and was completely restored to health to
the surprise of all."
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ABIOS B. BWSESsT, attobbey.
8TATK OF ILLINOIS, I
ROCK IflLABD COUKIT, f
la the Circuit eourt, to the Miy term 1898. in
Kate If. Sears, sujrdian of Charl-a Edwin
Sears, a' minor, and Kate M. Pears vb Vtilllam Y.
Oilmorn. Jahn H. Gtlmure, Frjuk R. Wllmore,
William A. ttilmore, Grace B. lluyt, and John
Affidavit of non-residence of said John H. Gl
more, Frtak R. tilimore, William a. Gtlmora
andGtacc E. fioyt, Irapledod with the abeve
named defandania, W.lliam F. Gllmn-e and John
F. Home, bavin been died In the clerk's office of
the circuit court of said couuiy, notice u therefore
hereby given to the said non-resident defendants,
that the complainant filed ler bill of com
plaint In said court on the rhancy tide there
of on the let day of Airil, 1818, and that
thereupon a summons Issued Out of said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, returnable
on' the first Monday in the month of May
next, as is by law required. Now, unless you, the
said non-reeident defendants above named, John
H. Gilmore, Frank R. Gi'mure, William A. Gil
more, and Gruco K. Hoyt, shall personally
be and appaar before the said circuit court
on the first day ot 'he next term thereof, to
be holden at the bourt house. In and for
wo earn coumr, on me a ret Jtonasy In
May next, and plead, antwer or demur to
the said complaluaut's bill of eimplaint, the
same and the matters and thintrs therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed and a de
cree entered sainst. you according (o the prayer
of said bill.
GBonea W. Gaxilx, Clerk.
Pock Island, VU April 1. 1898.
Mahiok K. bwanKtr, Compuinant's Solicitor.
MARION I. SWSESET, ATTORNEY.
TAT OF ILLINOIS,
In the circuit coon, ta the May tcrir, 188. In
Ka'eX. Stars vs. William W. Gi more ohn H.
Ollmnre, Fcuoa R. Giluioro, William A. Gil-
niorc, Grace a. lloyt and John F. liume.
Affidavit of non te idence o' fa d John H. Gil
more, Frank R. uilmore, William A. Gilmore and
Grace K. Hoyt, impleaded with the above de
fendant,. William r'. Gilmore and John F.
Hume, having been filed to the clerk'a office
of the circuit court of said county, notice
Is therefore hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that the oomulalnant
filed b r bill of comoiaint in taid conr:,
on the chancery side thereof, on the
lal day of April, lftK and that thereupon a
summons owned out of said court, wherein said
suit Is now pending, returnable on the lint Mon
day In the month of Mar next, as lsbvlaw
required. Now, unless you, the said non-resident
aerenaants a Dove nmea, Joun 11. uilmore,
Frank K. Gilmore. William A. Gilmore and Uraee
B. lloyt, shall personally be and appear before
said circuit court, on the first day nf
the next term thereof, M be holden at Rock
Island In and for tbe said eountv. on the Aist
Monday in May next, and plead, answer
or demur to the said complainant's bill of com
plaint, the same and Uie matters and things
therein charged and stated will be taken as eon-
r cased, ana a aeeree entered against you accora-
irg so tne prayer or saia Din.
t.SOBSl w. UABBLB, Uicra.
Roekhlsnd, 111., April 1, 18D8
Mamo E. twsr.Ntv, Complainant's Solicitor,
CWKNELLT a COSSEI IY. ATTORMBTS.
8TAT OF ILLINOIS, I
RocB Ijlaso Cormrr. I
Circnlt e-iurt of hues Island cou&ty. May term,
. I. lf8.
JohoT. Masfl". p'a'nttff, vi. Frcder'ck M HaJ-
rls. dtfeadat; No ,2: in altacunent.
Public not Co is hereby g ven ta the
aald Frrderiea M. llarri that a writ of
Btiachai.it issued out of tn rfnes of
tbe clerk of th) circuit court of bock Isl
and county, dated the 2s.h ar of F.uruary, A. D
1898, at tbe tmt of the said John G. Mtsaic and
against the emav of the said Frederick M H-r
ris for the ram of aix hundred anl eevi-ntv d ,1
lars a d filty (i70 VI) tents, directed io the
fherlU o aaid Rock Wlaed coocty. which said
writ Bis been retun d f xccutrd.
Now. th r.:lore. anlfMa tm. th aaid Fre'erl k
M. ilar a shall per,naJ y be and appear be
fore the said ei cult court of Rock Island
coast on the Cr.-t day of toe next term there
of. to beholden at the ei.urthoaaa in theeitv of
noes lsiaua, in saia county, on tne so aay ot
May. A. U. 1KW. eive eieclal kail and mead
to the said plaintiff e action, judgaient will be
entered againat on in f.vor of tbe aid
John O. Ma ie, aud o much of tie prop-
riy huh.lvi mm may oe eumcieni to swry
aaid judgmctt and eels. win be ao'.d to aa' 1st
w mmmr. UOTBGB W. UABBLB, IJie B
March 2!Rb. A. D. 1MW
Connelly 4. Coanelly plaintiff's attorneys
BTATK OF ILUNOI4. I
ROCB ISLAilD COVBTT, J
In tbe circuit court. May term. A. D. 13BS. in
tincda cowdca vs. J. Jul as Btrcehle and Jane
Afftdavtt of noTt-residenee of the above
named I Jo ins M rouble a:d Jane M-oahle,
defendsnl havinc been fllad in thm
clerk's office nf the circuit court of stid
county, notice is i bcretore hereby t vea to the said
aon-resioent defendant that the complainant
filed her bill of complaint In said court, on the
chancery aide thereof, on the It', day of pnl,
Ite, and that there pan a summons leaned
out of said court, wherein said snit ts now pend
ing, returnable on the first Monday In the month
of May aem as is by law required. Now,
unless yoa, tbe said non -resident defendants
above Bsmed. J Juloe etrm-hle and Jane
btroeh'- shall personally be and appear
before the saia circuit court, on the tret
day of tbe next term thereof, to be bo idea at
the court house m at d for tbe saie county, on the
firat Monday in May next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and tbe matters aad things
therein charged and stated will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree en t-red sfsinat you accord
BS? to the nrayw of said bill.
Roek Island, lllmo'a. April 1st, A.D., 18.
Gaoaas W . Gasblb. Caw.
Jon T. BtArrono, Cuapiainan's beucttor
WRESTLE WITH SPAII!
Great Day of Oratorical Exercise
in the Chamber of the
XAS01T CLOSES WITH THE BOSS
Fettoe aad Butler Also Take a Pall at the
Qoeatloa Craavemor Again Acta aa the
President's Interpreter ia the House, bat
Bailey Attacks the Interpretation-.
Boose Foreign Affairs Committee Agrees
a BesolutloB That Will Suit tbe War
Washington, April 13. For nearly
three hours yesterday the senate had
the Cuban question in its several phases
under discussion. Three resolutions
bearing upon the question were intro
duced one by Lindsay ot Kentucky,
directing; that the contemplated opera
tions against the Spanish army in Cuba
be in concert with General Gomes, the
supreme command to be vested in the
commander of the United States force,
to the end that the independence of the
Cubans be secured; the second by 'Wil
son of 'Washington, directing the pres
ident at once to take such steps as will
secure to the Cuban people an inde
pendent republican form of government.
and the third by Alien declaring; the
existence of war in Cuba, and directing
the president to take steps to stop it
and secure to the people of the island
a stable and independent government.
Following the Introduction of the reso
lutions speeches were delivered by Pet-
tus of Alabama, Mason of Illinois and
Butler of North Carolina.
Tenor af the Three Speeches.
Judge Pettus presented an argument
that congress could not delegate to th-;
president the power to make war either
in a general or in a special sense, and
declared that the making of any war
without an express declaration by con
gress would be a disgrace to the nation.
Mason's speech Was largely a legal
argument in favor of the recognition of
the independence of the Cuban republic
and was delivered with characteristic
fire and vehemence. Butler spoke for
the "opposition" on the floor of the sen
ate, maintaining that it had thus far
upheld the hands of the administration
in the present crisis and would con
tinue to do so for a definite and vigorous
policy. He regretted that the president
had not presented such a policy to con
gress, and held that intervention with
out the recognition of Independence
would simply mean the crushing of the
Cuban patriots. Consideration of the
sundry civil bill was resumed, but no
progress was made.
Grosvenor Again Acts as Spokesman,
Grosvenor of Ohio, now generally
regarded as the spokesman of the pres
ident on the floor of the house, late yes
terday afternoon in reply to an attack
upon the policy of the administration
interpreted the recommendations in the
president's message to mean a request
for authority to use the army and navy
of the United States to establish on the
island of Cuba a government indepen
dent of Spain. It was regarded as an
exceedingly important and significant
announcement. In the brief debate yes
terday the opening guns of the contest
that begins today were fired.
Broadsides were exchanged and then
the house adjourned. Lentz, an Ohio
Democrat, who drew the fire of Gros
venor last Thursday, returned to the
assault again yesterday, 'attacking what
he termed the "vacillating" policy of
the president, the "midnight confer
ences" at the White House with Elkins
and John J. McCook, and asserting
that the president's recommendations
really meant that the United States
should coerce the Cuban insurgents Into
an acceptance of Spain's scheme of au
Ballry Controverts Grosvenor. '
Hepburn of Iowa made a spirited and
indignant reply, denouncing the Intima
tion of such a policy as little short of
scoundrelism. Then came Grosvenor's
important announcement, upon which
Bailey, the Democratic leader, coun
tered, taking the position that if the
president had meant to declare for the
independence of Cuba he would have
said so in specific words. The message
was clear and lucid, he said, except as
to the recommendations, and It had re
quired all the ingenuity of General
Grosvenor to torture such an Inter
pretation from them. In conclusion he
declared that the president who would
coerce the Cuban patriots would not live
to survive the odium of the American
POSITION OF TOE WAR BEPCBLICAXS
Will Work In Harmony with the Hons
Foreign Affairs Committee.
Washington, April 13. By a practical
ly unanimous vote the Cuban confer
ence of Republican representativea de
elded last night to work in harmony
with the house foreign affairs com
mittee on representations of the lat
ter's firm position, to be incorporated
in a report to the house, expected to
day. This is the most significant step
yet taken by the body of about three
score aggressive Republican members
whose course has been toward radical
action. They were in session for an
hour yesterday at the adjournment of
the bouse and after some vigorous
speeches and the submission of a re
port on how the foreign affairs commit
tee stood decided that they would be
satisfied with the report from the for
eign- affairs committee if it made no
change in the position it announced to
the steering committee, substantially
"A preamble reciting the conditions in
Cuba, consisting largely of quotations
from the president's message, which
constitutes a ecatching arraignment of
Spanish misrule and the barbarities of
the war, a vigorous reference to the
blowing up of the Maine, and a resolu
tion authorizing, empowering and dt-
! recting the president to intervene at
: once for the purpose of restoring peace
and order and the establishment of q
, nrm. staoie ana independent govern
1 ment on th? island of Cuba, with the
free consent cf the people of the krl
and. and empowering the president to
employ the army and navy forces of the
United States for this purpose.- There
were nfty-flve representatives present,
and while theyrf were several who stood
cut tempo rjrrlly for more -pronounced
ictlon onThe line of recognition they
finally atfrccd on the necessity tor uni
fying tne conclusion finally adopted.
Hopkins of Illinois presided.
EXTBAORDlMAttl UIAUOH TO LE
Remarkable DenaonstratMn Last Kight at
the National Capitol,
Washington, April 11 The ovation
that has followed Consul General Fks
hugh Lee since he set foot on American
soil on his return from Havana, cul
minated last night in Washington in
what was ia many ways one of the
most remarkable demonstrations the
city has ever seen. From the moment
he alighted in the railroad station in
the afternoon he was surrounded by a
cheering crowd that followed him to the
state department and the spectacle of
army and navy officers and govern
ment employes cheering outside the
Very door of the secretary of state was
wholly unprecedented in the history
of that staid department. At night the
city turned out In thousands when a
serenade was given General Lee at his
hotel and stood for hours in the street
waiting a glimpse of him.
The night demonstration was almost
as quick and unnjremeditated as that
which had greeted General Lee at the
depot and state department. The Unit
ed States Marine band had been se
cured from the barracks and the Seventy-first
Regiment band under the lead
ership of Professor Fanciulll. formerly
conductor of the Marine band, came
over from New Tork on an afternoon
train. The crowd assembled without
calling, and by 8 o'clock was 5.000
strong in the streets about the Shore
ham hotel, where General Lee was
quartered. Before the close It was twice
It was after 9 before he appeared on
one 'of the small comer balconies, ac
rompanled by a committee of the Union
Veteran Legion and the Confederate
Veterans' association, which was joint
ly In charge of the affair. The bands
struck up the "Star Spangled Banner"
and there was 'a burst of fireworks from
the neighboring houses, while mounds
of red, white and blue lights flamed at
intervals along the street, throwing the
crowd on the balcony into sharp relief
against a background of flags. ' Th'
crowd yelled itself hoarse, calling for
General Lee by name and demanding a
speech. The 'speech was brief and so
much broken by applause that the
crowd caught probably little more than
its general drift.
CONSUL BRICK SAKE AT LAST.
Arrives at New Tatfc from Matansas Life
in Peril for Three Days.
New York; April 13. The Norwegian
steamer Herman Wedel Jarlsberg ar
rived yesterday afterncon from Matan
zas bringing thirteen passengers who
fled from that port to evade the Span
ish mobs. The passengers were United
States Consul Brice and bis staff and
their families. Consul Brice said that
for three days before leaving Matanzaa
the people threatened his life, and at all
times his property wasn danger. His
secretary was obliged'to flee for his
life, as the mob threatened to drag him
through the street. During the three
days the consul stuck manfully at hli
post, distributing supplies to the starv
ing recorrrentraUoa and relieving their
necessities. At 7 p. m. of the 8th Inst.
he got notice from Havana to withdraw
from his post. The Jarlsberg was the
only steamer in port, and Captain
KJerland agreed to take the consul
and his party to New Tork. At 10 p. m.
tne party embarked and the steamer
immediately sailed. The consul left all
his baggage, and none of the party
was able to bring away any effects.
The consul says that the condition of
the people is terrible, and that the au
thorities are making no effort to supply
: THE MARKETS.
Chicago Grain and Prod one.
! Chicago. April 12.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat May.
opened J1.C6, closed 81.07: July, opened
e(c, closed M7c: September, opened
67gc, clsed nc. Corn May, opened
29c, closed 294c: July, opened and
closed 3uc; September, opened sitae,
closed -32c. Oats May, opened zs4c.
Sbc; July, opened and closed 23c; Sep
tember, opened and closed 214c. Pork
May. opened and rinsed JD.50; July
cpe-neil and closed $3.90. Lard May,
opened so.15, closed Js.l.'.jc; July
opened 5.!4, closed Ij.25.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
20c per Tb: extra dairy, lie; fresh
packing stock. 12&124c. Eggs Fresh
stock, 9c per doz. Live Poultry Tur
keys. 7i10c per Th: chickens. RfiRVse-.
ducks, 7V4"slc. Potatoes Common to
choice. 60ft2 per bu. Sweet Potatoes
Illinois, t2.0&3.00 per brls.
r Chicago Live Htoek.
Chicago, April 12.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
K.OOu: salt ranged at 83.lftG3.sO for
pigs. 83.7avi3.9a for light. 83.7Svj3.SS for
rough parking, J3.Wfa4.05 for mixed,
and 83.9O04.O7 for heavy packing and
shipping lots, rattle Kstlmated re
ceipts for the day. 2.000; quotations
ranged at IS lses.so for rholce to extra
steers. M 60jo.20 for good to rholce do.
$4.251 4.80 fair to good. 33.8564.30 com
mon to medium do.. $3.76 4 25 butchers'
steers. 84.O0ttS.lO fed western steers,
I3.65'4.25 stockers. J4.00e4.75 feeders,
$2.254.10 cows. $3.00-54 W heif'ra 82.7A
43 4.1a bulls, oxen and stags. 83.8004 T
Texas steers, and 84.004f.6O veal calvea.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for he day. 9.000: quotations ranged a
83.5ir4.75 westerns. 83.SO4.S0 natives.
and $4.50 5.7S lambs.
Milwaukee. April 12.
Wheat Steady: No. 1 northern. 99V4
No. 2 northern. 9: May. 81.01: JuU
9 He. Oats e higher; 27U21c. K e
Firm: No. 1. 524c Barley Firm; No,
z. 4:c; sample. 40 44c.
ira is mo.
Hay-Timothy, 89610; wUA, fTO
Butter Fair to choice, lie; fresh creamery
DtteksAlive. 7c; dressed. 10c
Coal Soft. IOj.
attle Butchers Bay for corn fed steers
u4e; eova and heifers, 33e. calvea.
i For Iiitnstf sad Qiildrtm.
DEATH Ofl THE OCEAN
Twelve Men Engulfed by the Bil
lows or Die Boat ot
LOSS OF THE SHIP MAELB0E0UGH.
She Goes to Fleece In tVe Height ef a Gale
Part nf the Craw tiets Away an n Baft,
th Others la a Boat V. W-h Latter Is
Ptrked l Later with bet Two Men
Alive After Terrible Suffering fer the
Space of aix Bays
New Tork. April 13. The North Ger
man Lloyd steamer Saale, Captain
Blenke, which arrived yesterday from
Genoa, reports that on Sunday last she
picked up a lifeboat containing two men
cf the crew of the ship Marlborough, of
Windsor, N. 8., who prabably are all
that survive of the ship's crew of four
teen. The Marlborough Bailed from St.
John, N. B., March 16 for Sharpness.
with a cargo of deals. There was expe
rlenced a succession of heavy gales in
which the ship labored heavily, causing
her to leak badly. On April 4. during
the height of the gale, the ship went to
pieces. The crew attempted to launch
the lifeboat but It was dashed to pieces
before it reached the water. There was
one other boat. The men went to work
making life rafts from the cargo of
deals, and nine of them left the side of
the water-logged vessel thereon.
Terrible BarTerlnc af Ik Survive re.
Capt. Cochran and four men were the
last to leave In the other boat. Shortly
after the lifeboat lost sight of the re
mainder of the crew. The little crew
suffered fearfully from thirst, and later
from hunger. On April 7 Capt. Coch
ran died of exhaustion and exiiosure
the following day another occupant of
the boat died, and on Faster morning at
daylight another of the crew died
There were now left in the boat Chief
Officer George V. Masters and Seaman
James Fannon. Both were well nigh
worn out from hunger and thirst. They
had almost despaired of being rescued
when the Saaie picked them up.
FLUE THAT WIPED OUT $750,000.
Pea a Plate Glaaa Compaay'S Plant at Irwin,
Irwin, Pa., April 13. The extensive
plant of the Pennsylvania plate glass
company in North Irwin is In complete
ruins. Fire started last night near the
new casting hall, caused by the blowing
out of a gas converter. The Same
spread with great rapidity from ono
building to another, and In one hour
nothing but smouldering ruins remained
of tne largest ana most successful in
dependent plate glass works of the
United States. The fire protection was
small and against such a conflagration
the firemen could do nothing.
It was the hottest and quickest Are
ever seen In this whole country, and
when it first broke out it was known
that nothing could be done to stay the
flames. The loss Is estimated at 3750.-
000, with an Insurance of about $450,000.
The concern employed about 600 men,
who with their families helped largely
to make up the population of the town
of north Irwin.
HOW THE MONET WILL BE RAISED.
If We Have to Go to War Abont the State
of Things In Cnbn.
Washington. April 13. The Republi
can members of the ways and means
comnit tee have agreed upon a plan for
raising revenue. In case of need, to car.
ry on war with Spain. The plan will
raise more than 8100,000,000 additional
revenue annually and Isthusdlstributed:
An additional tax on beer of $1 per bar
rel, estimated to .yield $35,000,000; bank
stamp tax on the lines of the law of
1866, estimated to yield 830,000.000; duty
or s cents per pound on coffee and M
cents per pound on tea, and a like
amount of Internal tax on stocks of
coffee and tea on hand In the United
States, estimated to yield 3at.000.000; ad
dltlonal tax on tobacco, expected to
The committee also s greed to author
ize the Issuing nf $.vm.noo.OOO bonds.
These bonds are to lie offered for sale
at all poHtofficvs In the United KtaBua
In amounts of $50 eac h, making a great
popular man to lie absorbed by the
people. To tide over emergencies the
secretary of the treasury will be au
thorized to Issue treasury certificates.
These certificates (or debentures) are
to be used to pay running expenses
wnrn the revenues do not meet tbe ex
pendltures. These preparations are
distinctly war measures and would be
rut In operation only should war occur.
It is a strtghenin; food ani
tonic, KmarkAUe in its mtsh-lorm-ine
properties. It contains Cod-
Liver CHI emulsiikd or partiallr
digested, combioei with the well
known and highly prized Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda so
that their potency is materially
It will arrest loss of flesh and
restore to a normal condition the
infant, the child and the adult. It
will enrich the blood of the anemic)
will stop the cough, heal the irrita
tion of the throat and lungs, and
cure incipient consumption. "We
make this statement because. &C
experience of twenty-fire years has
proYcn it in tens of thousands of
cases bii scorrs -. '
asc aad Suae, an dreagiata,
SCOTT A BOWNE, Cbbbbim, Xrar York,
AN OPEN LETTlEFl
- To MOTHERS.
WE AM ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO Till
EXCLUSIVE USB OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK.
DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Egannti. Massachusetts
mas the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA.- the sam
that has borne and docs now on every
bear the facsimile signature of L4-3&z7&Zfo wrapper.
This is the original - PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in thi homes of the Uothcrs of America for over thirtg
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and s that it is
the kind you have always bought on
and has the signature of wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. E. Fldchcr ie
Hatth S, -
Do Not Bo Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer yoa
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the In
gredients of which even he docs not know.
"The End Yon Have Always Bonglit"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
Execs tor's Notios
.tits of frank P Padse'l, cseaassa.
Tee saderatned bau Bees auamnien am -
ors of lbs last will at d testaaratit of Prank P.
naoaei'. late of tat eoaat af Hock Islear, uas c f
illlaola, deceased, heresy gives eotlca last they
ill appear before the enemy eoart of aoca Islaas
aaoBty. at the codb'v emit room. l.
tMCityof Roea Island, at tas Jtio terra, o
the Irst Monday ta Job Best, at which t'ate
all persons haying claims agalDet aaid estate are
notified and rsaoested te attend, lot the naranaa
Of havias lbs aaae adjusted.
ail persons laaaotea to saia estate are re
ave, led to Bake iBiBiedlste payBMBt Is the SB
Deled UM IXa day of Ma-ch A. TA. 18.
PfOHa E. HanBt.L,
JaBas P. 0AnKLL,
MabioB 1 fsstsrt. Attorney.
XarMratirm Nntin a
BTAT of ixxmoia, l
Boca Ilabd Oopbtt, (
ib cne circuit coart. Mrj tarn, A. D., MM.
William K'rl'rvs. KIBs C. Kerler.
AAtdfavtt nf rnr .iA..mM. . ih. .a.. a
- - - sew ws iirv BBI' bj Blatn)Vl
Km!? tCalaa .a.r..4..e.a b... . a 1 a.
thai aMeaLa (.ftiaa S . a a
b'sjsbjw- in I WW i is. asia. ifjun UC
totnity, tx-t n i ,hmfcr t'ri br five to
lal Iimt4ialr1til tnfeMtat,l ihai ia., a
il .77 . . " ,v'"'" BS'w. 'BBSS i TO limit Kill
tiled bit bill of cjfpifo in mkI mir, m th
rhflfWWrV aortal thrar,r aaaa au l a, mS A
1, and Ihtvt tsKsrcupon a om
of Mid court, wbemiB .) suit u o pef dto.
Wtttrftavbleonlh-tflrtt Mdavy In tb- ttio&L ot
MayiHXt.Mtf by ftqtirtd How, tnle
MB. aha ataatet .. Snarl s4 A.. i..fJ... a
;ffB O. Ivatrlaf atill rw.awar.al . ka ..J
before m1 d trait rnurf . ate. ai .w
Brzt term thW, to I bolder- t 11 mart
bouive tB aHi for Um Mid county, aa tbt art
Monday In May teii. Mid tiwer or de
mur to th td cro putter bill of roin.lfc.trT.
tbet.m an 4 Uw matter aod tbinn rbarcod aad
SAtattawrt ill laaa a.te .a, M a a -
n la red aA'alaat voat mrriMAtnm m ataat a. ....
aid Mil. ' "'
obobsb W. babbls, Oark.
Rork 'aland, minoia, March la, 1SWL
Joh T. avarruBB. Cenaalaaafa aotdtsr.
Tl OW KA'VBAL IT ta TO
- ub Bin he "cliaib.'
, and s s adr tf bIU rear k lb.
an. It Is the aairtm) e ,a. a..
Jat." If tee smau t at roar
nrai ea avast us heal hf. V(
rosy Beet a to Be maunmhrnA
tefnatKdas saach ae aa enalae
aaat-S foel to modBea eteaa or
yea cannot -CUBS " 7hs great
am anf aj iBer raa
t taks Boerith ant aad digest It
ronerqa. vvy uteir erifnae r
ly rai ot roa at a hick rate ot
I'Bed. Ti elr food Is bvh dlseud
aad ssavsit 4 into Jnd rto- h eod.
caaaeoactitly ikey fa I hrnlnd oa
a erase. ha troabia Is sritk the
srbnla clietUv batt So et
B-aaia tve aboaa atnsaarh aaid
Bole laod.ir syaarai la ta a
gooaBesltay eoBttloa saltig Its
r pT"trly. lb reull fa he
Been a acjriflk. at lat.. tm n
btaitliy coaoutna. lis rtrs Una,
th.l and the otfee nine'y. tat
oat reatove ttecaae. aed ae falla
to ragsia bis heaHh fall. HI
lytUBs Beers renoeattns There
la ae titer that rcBovats taavhole
fystsaiand features the ll
as d hew 'aa'alar eyatess ta a
t Bleral ran ty rand itina taua tt
lr Bat's kttoiaior. Jt nmora
lUcawt brst la nr to Its very
.t I H BMtWr. Tktala wti U
Care each a ares vartrty ef 41a, a a which ar
anable lo get beiB by any other ressedy. Turn
cimm it baa perfora-S ar. Bj-rrkma. ead lbs
foUuwtcf froai Mrs. Kathat Ualvey, a asr, Kaa
ass: -1 had Mearalaia rll-bt rids of head aad eye
sntll I beraaM entirely t.lind. Dr. aafB Krao-
Taiev nas sobs ats four gnoa laaa a t us
tors and paieat BwdietBes I ever tried, aad I tree
a rrr-ai nary, ll has Belped say ere, beat
tomatbaitd irmtwy saca,ead slers asac
A las obc from . I B. Wsda, HorrlaoB. Col
iaaastmt.bedMthealidBeas and yet tbe
wiiw i ir. aaii viimn, n aOTiia ia
S'lpated bovfala. aad ia Modschtg a re-slar
aiaraldalf davbatre. I hare Beta affUted
altk eoBatlDStioa forts leers "
It la so d by at assla er nest Bf as by ssail fnr
BaeaatsorlL, Djaltate any sabsiltate far It
has no eoaat. Wrl a as frowr tm-pmt took. It
bas fej veiasbla recipes sod tree's aearlv all l
ease. Address Dr. H. 1. Ksr Medical tie,
Omaha. Neb. vt a also gaarantee IH. Kays
Lang B ,Iai to cere every klsd of eoaira, tuSuease
orlevfrippa. Writs for book. 1
old by T. H. Thosass. drsra-Iit. I
Have yoa Ours Tirjat, limplea, iMv
Oosorad Spots. Aciw, did borea, I 'leers la
Month. Ilalr-raUln? Write Oooa IUhtcbT
ttx,, WM Masonia Tonp'e, Cbleuro. 111., for
roofs of cores; casital, Sua.ooa. Worst
esaflS cu4 ta U to S3 aara. 100-vga
Hi:1 mm rt
J H. PUPPED,
The aid firs sad
" I sViAia,! .
ItfipraaaTitg tba Mloan wbU
knovTB m sod AodUent
. abBtala. 1
Bnraabas wbeaaaj- BiinBsaaaa Wta
rideluyaiidCaBss)tj. ......MM..sw Tark
OffloaatBWaayatini BtTaat mmi
aaoooa aaont, acxxxal
'( INSURANCE .
Far tba roOofrlts 8afa
an4 tisIUbW Ociaapaol,
Tiaaers las. Ck.
Pvswtdenas Vashlacsea taaXJa,!
larportal las. Qs, Laaaas
Offioa Eoo M BtllcbaU A Ljada s
Block. Talapkofs Ho. 1010.
ueno J. Ourno
Bay, Sell and Uansjs
utunctty. CoQect Ronta.
The ell fira and ttaa
tried eotnpaoya irpay
tented. Kates aa
at any reliable coteptsy
Tow faaroaiBaa ta aWltaOatt
OflUff UN, asawM At
aakoa 1 Ttrnrriniw
OslaadBBiaa Isa. Oa , , , dlnhank
,.,..aSBrBaBl Bfal afayataal
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