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TIIE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1S98.
Published Daily and Weekly at HSI Second
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Tl KMJAV, Jl K 7, 1S98.
IN HCC SIGNO VINCES-
llrmmTMllr .Nominal ioim.
For Representative In the lieneral Assembly.
KI.MCIlii: W. HI'KST.
For Counl v JmU'p W. V AM.KN
For County Clerk JullN NOnTON
For HIierlfT A. I. lll'KSINi;
Kor Treasurer T. H I.KKS
Kor Count r Siipcrifnti-nilenl ll. I. AlililTiiN
llemorratlr t'onerrsslonnl Convention.
Public notice is hereby given that a demo
erailo convention Is called to nixet at toe
court house in the city or Rock Island, Illinois,
at 13 .o'clock noon of the l.th day .of
June A. L., imiN, for the purpose of nominat
ing a democrstio candidate for the onice of
representative for the Tenth Cor.grelonal
dlatrlat, and to transact any other business
that may aome before said convention.
The basis of representation at such conven
I'on shall be one dc legate for each two hun
dred (JW) and eicessof one hundred or more
democratic votes east for llrjan and Sewall
In the election of is'.ii. The number of dele
Rales allotted to caeh county In said Tenth
Congressional district Is as follows, to-wit:
Rnck Island irt
Whiteside ; II
Htark , 5
County conventions in said Tenth Cnrgres
slonal district will govern Ihcuutt'lves accord
A. D. ni'KftlNci, ltock Island. 111.
K. II. II i wman, Cambridge, 111.
(1kHokM. Kamfh, Alcdo, 111.
I. V. Riwk. I,a Fayette, III.
V. U. CUf.r.. lialesliurg. III.
CK'JUOI IIa.vsau, Fulton. 111.
i mi I oi'vci'a nicclv lucklcd. it
not Im-u li;ul idea to sandwich
lliK lVorja Herald sats that Samp
son and N-iilcy are shaking the liolll
preparatory to takiii";.
TllK ( 'hicay;o Keconl observes: Tin1
strategy hoard of the reiiiililii-ait parly
in-' ' .! . .
in Illinois cicariv sees lliat a winiiiitir
liyhl cannot lie made if Tanner is to Is
Used as one of the lii;r jrmis."
I nr. demand is ''riming stron 'er
nay ov o;iv lr Hie eoili:i''e oi Ilic sil-
Ver in the li'ia-tirv to t tlie e-
1 icnses of the war rather than lo issue
ioiiiIs and lNri'Mt money while ui
hate a larc surplus.
M..K .MIi:. SMI'"ON IS a tlellio-
crat, a inenlln r of the l'rcslit torian
i hurch of the Covenant in Washing
ton, and of the ineit 1 society, wlm-li
is a literary cltili ciuineeted with th
cnurcn. lie was i.-is reo-uiar in
his ul tendance ilurin I he so vera
years that he was stationed in Wa-h
in";ton. and took a ;rcal deal of inter
est in philauthroplilc work.
In his recent address t Kentucky
soldiers. Col. Henry WuMcrsou said
"I have two sons carry in; muskets in
the ranks - sons w hoin I dearly lovi
hut for whose advancement I shall
not put forth the slightest effort
It is enonli for me to know that
they are .serving their country, and
if it pleases ( iod to l.iin them hack
to their mother and mr safe and
sound. I shall Mess His ii'tine as Ion"
as I lite.
M'r.AKIM; of the wav t on:rcssin:tli
Walter Keetcs. of the Ottawa district
was renominated . itaiust his will
contrast in"; l he action of his di-lric
with that of Centres-man l'rinee
I lie I'nion gravely declares that Mr
Ue'tcs. however, did not liu'tld Up ;
suliscrt ient personal machine as :
defense against Misilile popular
lickicness. I here are many wavs in
which 1'rince ha- sliown himself
ar4 tixiUr Compla:nU,
tail prrparvil ua lcr t:.c tr:ii r.t
CERHiH KEDICIL LiWS
prtscrittfi by csitest tyskiasir
WotM rnownr! l:itrmrlj',TSiisrfuI!
nlvniiinowiiiiTraie Mark Anchor."
'. A. Ulrktrrto..lil'niriSt., rw ork.
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 linaeh Hon. 0a G'.ujsrrxi.
SsAcu LaJurKd ft rccocu rl a ty
MarahaUA Fisher.1828 2d At.
Berjfrston, 1700 2d
T. H. Thacnaa,
in aa av .
AxriioK." rTtJiAt uai, tmt :or
Clte. l-peysin Morscw I winilmwni,
better jmlc ff the ways of the re-
iiiilican party than Keeves, who evi-
lently has hail no jwistunicf s as vet to
War is Costly.
St. T.ouis Republic.
Viewed Kiinpir ironi a monetary
stam!M)iut, war is always exjH-nsive.
it is Htaled on irotwi authority that
the Xaimleonie war cost Enj;l:tnl ami
r ranee not less than $G.;A)o. 000,000.
ami that the 2-vears'' Crimean war
oat the nations concerned $1,500,-
OOO.OOO. The Fraiico-Gerinan war
involved an cxpuiuliture of fl.oiK).
ooo.ooo and, liesiili;, France had to
pay an indemnity of $1,000,000,000,
mil in addition ceded Alsa-e-Iirr:iiiie.
making the total cost not less than
1.000.000.000. In this country the
estimated cost of the war of inde
pendence is ilaced at $1:15,000.000.
1 hat of tin; civil war was $s.OO0.-
Ooo.ooo. To this must lie added the
interest on the ilelit created lv the
ar which, since 1MI1, has not licen
ess llian f J.O00.IMI0.00O. and the
amount paid in iK-nsions. wliich ar-
rr 'ates to date $i.l:W.5fio.y-.;.72.
The rand total is over $12,000,000,-
O'MI. tnd tin- end is not vet.
It is now estimated that should the
present war continue one year the
osl. aside from loss of men and ves
ts, would U- uol less than $si0,000-
I've been lliinkin' of It over, an' It
Tlie wars the hhrirrst blessin' that
eitme our wav:
('our--, thar II he some lihtin'. an' a
graves 'II tie
Wharthe daisies in the medder look
puniest al nic
For that's to lie exiiecied: but the thini?
that makes me feel
That the war's a heavenly blessin". Is the
U'oiitsK that' It II heal:
The ohl woiimls that's iH-eii ranklin' since the
ilav thai I tin rut l.ec
Said we'd rest an' think it over bv that old-
lime apple tree:
I see the hovs thai lix us in
the union coats
tin the s,ne ground hale an
hearty, an' a
and I see 'em
An' I hear the Pan' pi ty " Dixie,
Till I can't tell wliar the blue is, an' I'm mixed
up on the gray:
Tin- oil v.i'r tunes
'fore It's hall
Palmer" is in
of a hailelula
on I he rise:
Hut "Yankee Doodle''
ways to the .skies!
n' the old ' Slur Spangled
ever' sieeele's chime.
An' I tell you, .we re a-havin'
in glad I lived to see It: I'm glad the time
When norih an' south wc answer to the roll-
call of i In- ilnim'
When t liar ain't no line divides us, but norih
an' south w- stan'
For jest one common country-one freedom-
lm in' Ian :
Piat's whur the war's
Iilessin". that's whar
pear line I see
lirifhter mornin' hreakin
on the hills for
vou an me!
It s shuuMiT now to shoulder thi'.r
lin t Do
Hue or L'rav -
All' we'ie stHiinin' 'Hailelula.'' ail
niippv on I he way
- K. I Stanton in At'iinta Constitution.
While conserving its general litcr-
m interests. Aid lure s Magazine lor
lime makes "ood its title of a war
number: and is really an unparal-
i! achievement in making a mouth
periodical fully representative of
the great interests of the hour, with
out any sacriliec of literary and artis
te quality. The editors explain that
o accomplish this, they had liractic-
illv to make the number over a sec
ond time, castiic' aside part of it af
ter it had "one to press.
I'he deep interest in the condition
tnd future of the Philippine islands.
now fell throughout the I lilted
Mates will make welcome to all rcad-
rs the article on that subject in the
June niaira.ine nuuilicrof the Oul-
ook. written by Mr. Eala. a native of
I he islands, a man of education and
the author of a book on the Philiii-
lines. which is to lie published very
soon, lilitstrat ions are irtven of t fin
al and pie! tircsiiiic scenes in and
ibout Manila. I Ins article is to be
followed in the succediii'' issue of the
lutlook by an exhaustive account of
the condition of the islands, written
by Col. Wmthi'op. (.f the United
Slates armv. a fear. The Out-
ook company. 'H7 Fourth avenue.
Advertising In Germany.
German ways of advortisiiiK are con
siderably liiiTerettt from tho pushing
methods of tlie Americans. In tho elec
tric Mret t cars in I ejpsio what few ad
vi l ti.-ing cards tVrc :;io l;r.d u place on
the ceiling instead of around and lielow
it. In the theaters permanent signs ap
ltnr alxwe the stagt setting. Ttrniati
iib-as of the fltn. ss of thing:; are better
than the Saxon's in this respect nt least.
t mdow displays r.re popular, and many
of the windows of the l.trae stores ex-
bud down to the floors of tlteliasenicnt..
Perhaps the chi?f mod" of srrect or
public ii'ivenisern":it in Letpsic is the
nso tif a lar ir.nnlT of circular col
umns, about 4 feet in diameter and 12
fit t in height, which ere stationed
throughout the city in conspicuous
places. On the cylindrical surfaces of
these iron columns advertisements in
great variety are displayed. Tho form
and style used are modest and arts usual
ly only nmall pajM-r placards, of a great
variety of colors announcing the name
of the article, its merits and uses. Here
also are posted the opera and theater
programmes, in type not much larger
than the ordinary newspaper size. These
advertising posts correspond in a meas
ure to the fence display advertising so
mnofi iis.il in American cities but are
really not much more than public bul
letin boards Xew York Press.
Mr. Conner (of Chicago) Arc yon
fond of music. Miss Trcinello?
Miss Treraello (of IVwtou) Music,
Mr. Cannor? Could any cultivated con
sciousness jHissessed of delicate susrvpti
bilities help K-ing devoted to so divine
an art? Music? Music is my passion.
Mr. Canu-jr I am so glad. May I
have tho pleasure of your company this
evening tj the minstrels? jew York
Money Tbey Spend Amount I
700,000,000 a Year.
The amount of money expended by
tonrists in Europe has, i official records
abroad are to be accepted as authentic,
increased enormously of late years.
There ba3 bet u recently filed with the
Swiss minister cf finance and customs
at Bern a detailed statement-of hotel
receipts in that country, from which it
appears that the gross receipts of Swiss
hotels rose from 52,800,000 francs in
1SS0 to U4,S:;:i,000iu 1!H. The entire
annual expenses of the Swiss republic
amount in a year to between 80, COO, 000
and 'JO, 000, 000 francs (the budget for
this year is given at the latter figure),
and it would seem, then fore, very much
as if the hotels of Switzerland "take in
in a year more than the government it
The Swiss figures are not the only
tracs furnished in Europe rt ntly en
this point A French record shows that
every year there are 270,000 foreigners
Who j a.ss from a fortnight to a whole
winter on the Riviera. Every person is
supposed to expend on an avenge 1,000
francs, or !??00, in the country. In oth
er words, the foreign visitors spend in
the country every winter the wim of
$.-4, 000.000. The English are put down
i as contributing one-third of this amount;
tne ircncutlicmsclvoti contribute anoth
er third; Germans, Belgians, Dutch,
Russians and Americans contribute the
remainder. From lieing a poor country
w-hen it was annexed to France in 1MI0
Nice has lieeonie ore of the richest de
partments of the republic.
Some figures recently compiled of the
revenues to hotels f.-oia tourists in Paris
show the average number of foreign
visitors to lm CD, 000. It is customary
to estimate at 10 francs, or $2, a day
the hotel bills of strangers in Paris.
Estimating at f 3 a day each the hotel
bills of (!0, 000 tourists and at about as
much more their other outlays it is to
bo seen that tonrists in Paris can lie put
down for an expenditure of nearly 250,
000 a day.
Tho total sum cxpeuded by tourists
in Europe in a year is i robably not very
far from $700,000,000. and a'very con
siderable jiortion of this coir.es from tho
pockets the purses and tho bankers'
balances of Americans, who are pro
verbially the most liberal among travel
ers. Kussians come second, Brazilians
Strance Things Men Do While In a State
Readers of that charming work of my
lata friend Vv'ilkie Collins "The Moon
stone," will reinomlier the sleepwalk
ing feats of Mr. Franklin Blako w hen
under the influence of nil opiate. What
the novelist describes as a pieeo of fic
tion may be paralleled from the sober
records of science.
McXish, in his classic volume on
"Sleep," tells us of a shepherd lad who,
wrapt in sluiiibi r, walked miles to tho
place whore his flock was pastured,
waded through a river and returned
liome without waking. In another caso
a lad in his sht-p scaled a preeipifoti;
ciin and oroiignr. Home irom it an
eagle's nest, which was found under his
bed in the morning.
tvucrcromuic s caso oi mo seotti.sa
lavryt r who, when worried over a per
plexing case, yvas seen by bis yvife to
rise from his bed in tin? r.ight is an
other illustration tif tho occasionally
purposive character of somnambulism,
when, directed by its private secretaries.
tlie sleeping ego is apparently roused
from its couch and made to act the part
t fa pure automaton. This individual
went to a writing desk which stood iu
his liedrooni, sit down before tho desk
and wrote for some time. Then, replac
ing the piix r within the desk, he re
turned to I4.1l.
In the morning he told his yvife of a
dream he had cxpcricncitl, in which ha
imagined he had given a satisfactory
opinion on tue caso which was trou
bling his mind. Ho expressed regret
that ho could not recall tho train of
thought represented in his dream. On
his yvife directing him to bis yvrirhig
desk, he found therein the opinion in
question clearly written out and in
every respect satisfactory. Andrew
Wilson, 3L D., in Harper's Magazine.
Haro Yon Srtn It?
Every big railroad in this country has
a freight car in its equipment Ix-nring
tho number 12,34."), mid yet I'll lay
reasonable odds that you may tramp
this town over and you will not lie abits
to find a man, I care not how much he
has traveled, who has ever seen a car
tick,! thu timber. Among railroad
hen It is k n j ti as the "seqnetuts car
L'tho "orMlwo-three-fonr-five car."
rYrhaps you Mover lor iked for it. I have.
For years my travels I made it a
practice to get out yvhenevtr the train
stopped and take a look at the freight
cars in sight, and I have met drummers
who told me they did the same thing,
but never a glimpse did I get of that
car nor did I ever run across a man
who had been so fortunate. Try it. Go
up to the frcightyards iu this city or
across the river. You will find hundreds
of cars, but it's $10 to a pint of picannts
that car 12,345 will not be among them.
St. Louis Republic.
Ancie'ht Flaying Card.
The ancient Tarot packs were tho ear
liest playing cards known to our forefa
thers They consisted of 72, 77 or 78
cards These cards are still used in re
mote parts of Italy, France and Switzer
land and aro made in Florence, the de
signs being handed down from genera
tion to generation.
Ostriches, which are supposed to flour
ish only in very warm climates, have
been raised successfully in southern Rus
sia, the feathers being of good quality
and the birds healthy.
To be perfectly proportioned a man
should weigh 28 pounds for every foot
of hii htigiiU
Overrmotlonal namaclty. .
If yon inflict one healing pang, exert
one touch of salatary discipline, then
yon are no benefactor, bus a heartless
The outcry against vaccination,
against vivisection, furnishes au (sautly
parallel case. The same sentiment is at
the heart of both the uacoaiiSrraHo
shrinking from initial pain, even tbcugh
!t prcw.se to repay itself by tenfold ex
emptiLt. in the future. Of course the
agitators against vaccination and vivi
section assure themselves that there ere
no repaying benefits to follow, and iu a
way they aro sincere. Ect their sincer
ity is not that which comes from a cool
headed review cf Lnovrn facts. It istLo
sincerity cf an emotion which has over
Au uiihiasid deduction fnm the ex
perience of small enirlemics, from the
records of medical 1 rogress, must con
viuce tho most uuyvillicg cf us that tho
beneSts of bctb vaccination and vivisec
tion are real and a5ipreciitble. Whetbtr
they outweigh thcdtatii cf a few weak
ly infants aii.l the suffering of a few in
sensitive animals is"auotlier question.
Most people would readily answer it
y.'ith a "Yes." Tuoaurivaecinator.s and
ar.tiviyisectrr.s nngbt on consuleratu u
answer it xvith a ""vo. " Bat tho ia-
structivo feature of their ea.-e is that
they do not consi.b r ittuil. They n::Vtr
get so far. Thi! sight of the scabs on a
baby's arm. tho i.lem.f the yelping of a
tortured dog, the first b'l't or imagin
ing of physical p;ia, is cnongh to par-
alyxo their reason. Blackwood's) Mag-
Srxt Tin.o Tlirjll rsr.-.w.
"After a half hour's fitting," said
oaoif the select few thathiui Urn play
ing tho national game the nifjit before,
"a S.1CJ jack rot yvas r u the table. Bill
opened it for ?"0 with a pair cf jacks,
sam laid down, Fd remained with a
wair t;f ti ns, and Frank stuid with thruo
kings, laii-ing the I ct ?75. That yvas a
pretty stiff pricn to pay for the privilege
cf drawing a few cards, so everybody
laid dowt:. rnd Frank lulled in the pet.
" 'Xov, just for lack,' sai.l iiill to
the dealer, r;;u off the first thrin curds.'
This was done, uud a jack and two
queens wr ra revealed. I:ill said some
thing that ri.ulda'E be record-'d.
"'Now lit mo sec th'! next three, '
said Kd. and gavo him two tens
and aa ::?:
'"YVonld have mr. lo mi four M:s,'
raid Fd, iluislriug the remark with
' ,' tr tomclhicg liku
.iy tarn,' rsid j'rari':. '!.
look ct the r.e; t two c:;r::s.' I,
the;!., hr.t t!j y (:iilii't amount; to
iiRt rim yrn m
.1. I -i.e.l 1.1.1
auil Lil iu clii.rns. I'rM;!: c-brv.eii tl.ivO
l:hi:r',.l.t:t J!:ll :;i.d I.'d cosl I tliink i f
liiithu: Irt ti:e f:iU lic:;sc i.i:-l tl:: ler.r
tei a, ami f r 1:1 ::t ! r r 11 ti;im:t
ycu t-mM 1::.vi r ;;t !.1.r'.' t !ti1: et l:':r
atf!!iilM re eat nt' tbuS roaiu." I'itt-s-
i:.sy S ill!
Tl:o lest r.;;.t. ,-i
fi'-'briiifj sMiers i.
Lit) 21. Tills i;i
rc:::ri:i:i(li r;v T!i..
ii the :v;l v.-;t
ye;:rs ef 'i !i :
erii's r tily 21 ye::rs
yvas miller 4n . I "i
tt'inew.ill .Titr ; ,:i
fame ;it !!s i
In VS ffci. 11
ii:i i1' niil
'.' v.'i :i reiey e;int;mi s
wi'.o tvele tn.iler t.11
v.- re ! ri;'; i!!er p n
i lil. ieiu r.ll (inilit
1 hr 11 ier: .1 ill;- v..r.
!.:iil w. :i i;::i.nr';i!
'.i-.-l ::t Ce:: r.il
"..'.vl i.i :;o. Ei;-
ri liiii yvr.s a
llnjflt Lt va: a tinsj. ? ;-e,ter:.l at i'X
Alexaitfler hii'l co!i';veretl the w-nrlrt I e-
t'lm lie V.'IIS .'!:. i-.;ill"i!e il lie -ailie Hp;s.
ter r Ef.yi.t, ir.issi-,1 the Ali.s ainl
fciti'ht the l ;:tl!e r f .,r, u,, jit :(.
Yrn.n iiu-n make rlie Ih-s; HildiiTu The
l ivil war was fmi ,l t hy y.,u: ititu uud
linva. Klii'xvi.'le Tril-.!ii:e.
Woul.tn't Alter II :h l'lil.iro.
A fi'ieml iif Ai'isolil I "hii -Miii relates
that when that eminent ::rtir was ijt-.ire
a youiiL; ntaii ho married a llmitan irl,
liear.tiful and afTiPintilislii'il. l.iit as jamr
as tho ynaiiK artiM. 'I heir ilaily meal
often CdlLsisfd of a pot if li'-ans. Yet
the artist would li'it saevi!iiT his itlitils
fiir imy sum of niniiey. (Ine time he
paintiil si lanrlrk ajKi f..r a wetiltliy (Jor
inan liiiTcliant, yv!io, as the iri.sx-i tive
owner of the la tere, osb-rl liim tomave
t'erlain r-haii5es in it. This theln-an eat
ing 1'iiinter refusil t- rlo, tlniuiih tho
prieo offered l:im for tho altered lieturu
yvai nearly $l,ii',)0.
Mr. and Jlrs. (iaswill had mnrrd
only a few wis ks l'fore into a fashivn
ahle iieiuMMirhood and werp jireiiarinj;
to issue invitations for their silver wod-iliiiK-
"I'm afraid, " Faid 5It. Caswell, look
ins dtiliiot4fly at the pile of costly Ft a
tionery lM-fore him. "most of these will
"Why. .Tames," resiionrlwl Mrs. Cas
well. "tliat's what wo areseiidiuK them
out for." New York World.
A II ney moon Eye Oprurr.
"While love," said the Cnmmins
ville safe, "may make th yotinx mini
oblivions of the flight of time during
tlie honeymoon, the monthly fr.is bills
kindly re.sti ire Lis balance in s!irt c
tier. " Cincinnati Enquirer.
I win guarantee
that my KidncT Curs
will cure 00 per cent.
Cf all forms of kldnry
raomplalnt and la
nisnj iuBtancc-i tba
most w-rious formi of
Bright' disease. It
the disease Is com
plicated send a focr
rnnce TtaL cf urine.
We' vlii analyze U
end advise jca free
what to do.
'It aO ervt&lrt. 23c a GrM to niMltk
aid n!li! lrrrtT. ISftS Ar-h i . rU!.
There is Every Day Advantages
In trading at our store. Our stock ccmpris- s thr best materials
put together by people who know how. Hot weather footwear of
every description at late season prices. Yhn your feet are tired
and weary bring them to us and you will yet comfort and eisc.
We have a style to fit every fancy, and a p ice to fit every j tirse.
If you haven't tried our store, try it now. Those who hive trivd it
come ao-ain Reduction all along the line.
1 WRIGHT & BMRBERI
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li; KiflH avc-'.uc.
ANT KD A ( MM 1 T K N T fHK
ai 1010 Sfcorid avoouc.
ANTKH TWO SI'.i'ONI-l :!i;i.S WHM
relcrcnee. Atly at .1'.' I l:u sireel.
T.NTKI-A t'l'MIT.TKAT (;li:t. Ki'K
general liousework at 1 t:t SeoMid ave-
AMTKf-A (MI'l-rri:VT CII.'I. AS
exek at I'll Seeoiiil avenue. I!eferene
IUANTIM TORKSr AN H (HI IOKIKIM
miKlrrn house V&y t or before. Aolres.
x AHt.es ufllce.
: I- eferi-iu-es.
rlllii. kor i;k.ni:uai.
at i:i"l I'iMirMi aveie:e.
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a iioMK.voit y Hxitv ;ii;i.
In-li ne at ..r;
I leeuth Mreel. Mol.tie
l. tune bet. ire Tnesil.n. .Iv.ue I.
W'AMKIi A V'l'Xe. MAX WANTS A
w eil fm in- heil rMnt willi all eoineu-
O II. II." t Ki.l s.
T A NTK.il - A ( ; I'.NTS
llemi'li. for 1' mi
t. iin-; ivn v.
l. inr nraelir. I!ii.' I
pi rei'Ji'ai-e. I al
ii I iiih avenue. 1
1 1 1. if .i . 1.1. 1 .1 i.i, 111
II i .i .1
I L'ener.ll llonsi-rtorli in siiiall familv
I n mi
le ronrili ae:iue.
' a. 111. 10 " i. 111.
I. 'lino. 111.
TAN"ri'.t - filTf ATlnX II V
fulor-oil nan exinT'eneea in
A Vol' Mi
lull el li .ls. I
ness: w i!iiel1ii.'i'i;i antl uiiiiisi n ms. Isi o j
refereiiees lnrursln-ti. Aoiires-. il. n" ah-I
T A NTKr HKI.IA HI.K VKN TJ TAf'K
11 up aoveruni if m.-pv iksi wccklr:
steady work, betid 11) cents for poHta. am -
pie. (?tn. Vounir Mt'n? iic iMminoiy, wjv Xortb
Colorado street. I'hlhuleli'liia. 1'a.
rANTr.n TO IX) AN laOVKT ON IA
m-jnA vti. jrwAlry. nafttwan.
rrn.n: lrmtniit.?tiwi. bly sir Clotr.tl . dry
iriKKla, fura ure, cts Hirbeat eMti rr"-
imd for aeaonil badd (or2a of all itlDja a.so.
The aooie fooiU for ai at hif tr. mini
(tore pnet A II bnairew trancactlooi t r!cIy
ciwideiitUl. lila new camlxir and location.
Iif 3 Sennnd Aver.UK 'WidI lixttrt It i. W
io:i- Two rings OB IW7.
1jnS HKN'i'-iiKKU :-; limlM OVKK IMVIII
I ion s store.
'1 'i: i;i:nt a .vi:i im 1 i ttai;k at
l.iuli'ili-mul a hall .M-h'ii'.
IOR RRNT-T1IE STi'KK nrrM AT 1I0
TUiiil avueuc. Apply V. L)auit:r.
L't'i: ukxt nyKr?mvr ki.at kx-
I- tr illy located Kmiiiire of M A: K"
i:kct a .vihim ii(rsf: i in-wKi x
M eontl ainl 1 1 ml avenues on l aeilili
IiliNT bKSK RnM IN KKIl
rc . O'llLt. HiHr'ii I. ilrhrll I.vtif1-
I'ii; i:i:nt ifN.Ms with iwim,h i
xvrv rrrnritl location . ai nMtrrjitr ratv
Imiuirr al Tim Ahi.I'h irt.Wv.
Vl ll! KKNT
X. for siora:
ness iT -liict.
:e or small m inufaetory. in lej
lniiire A if. fs.
T.',, 'I.' KKNT
l-'KrNTFrxiyrt WITH lm Mill
-a. -as. i.ant anil all feiHli-ni iMMivi-iie-iiee-
eeiHially lix-aied. S-venienib siri-et.
HI-;NT-KI'RNIlll-;r KihiM. STKAM
heal, jras and l.aili three Hoeks In.m
I o.tniilee. Kii'iuirc ul l.'nwlhy s mui: store
TjH)K itl.N'T-KI4:HT-i:iKM Hnl SI-: Ki lt
Aj naee heat. miMlern iiiiiroviiiints. ii'i
Twi-ntie'h siri-et Kent. r. Apply to. Hayci
& ( leavul.uiil. lleiiirston liloek.
TfOR RF.NT F.r;ilT IUK)M HitirSR.
Thirteenth street and Seaonrl avenue.
lr.t::o Apply to C 11. blatlurd at Jaukaun
it Hurst s onice.
IOIt BKNT l(i:SIIIK.('l'. I K 11 ;4NiMS
onii-r or Niiir-tei-nTfi strei-t anil Si'veii'h
avenue, w Ph all IinKlern iiiijiroveiuentv A;
plv IPMily liros.
f.yilK SAI.K-SIX I3TS NEAR TOWN
A? eauh l. onion A. Itowman,
poR SALK-K1VK. ACBKS PliR SALE
-C cheap. Near town. (Jordon & llowman.
BiORKAI.E-X)ALI.V A NT QC ANTrTY
1 cf W Mheis or over MKIO per ton. dtt
ilvered C. O. D lo any part of the elty. Lear
trrieni at Poinniftreial hiiae barber shop, Rook
Island, or Loos James, Milan.
Ii'It 8AI.K-'HKI lTS IX J MAS.
ter s aiiiU'ion ol'l Iium-IiuU grounds. Ttie..
lo'.s u ill l.e sol.i from i"i upannl. sttijiI!
amount doni n I'.ilane ..n loiitf life at ht
(:.'. Iteily Hros . riMiui I Mi ebrll ii l.yude
LiOR SAI.K-IINK BLAr'K IHtlVIMi
r team. loih i.'.dirii' youior and sirjnd
Wpirh ll'i and 111 e-i'"h. tV.il mteiifd
'.n'.it !rkcin!C" one aline ialiv s i.rof.e h.-rs.-;
IViee '.J5 tail or arlrtres-, f'rauk W. Wali r
FOK SAI.K-A UtSIMILXfK fiF SEVKN
rooms: wen anptHntfri. wilta nKl-rTi coif
venienes. A rrNNl piention fo phyviWrwi
or om fort a I ile home for a rniln-ss o:a'i
ixid vant. and cmvmient Uittreet cars. AU
driJaaO ii. TUS ABoCi
liK SAI K liKAI. KSTATK MOW I'AKN'
" in' Ml p-r rei-i on i'i ip'"ent In
julre ol Tii'Miiu-. iSuiart. il.il lird menwe.
I I mi.I
i.k y -i-s-Aft.K Kyi: 4 in i:
tnl Miti;' i.i e.iri :cm1 i::-.ohi-
I.1111I: w .11 Like t t r. 1 1 .mm- V. 1 1.i!;sm-u t r.Mit
uml Kiil.' ueel. P.neiitxir'. I...l.
FOll KAt.K. - A VFAT oe'!CK CH!Ntrr
with felM'U fiili! 1 -n-n biVh miIciM- f.r
lilirie Ififal itlniik r jnt fl-sfriiicm l 114 oen.
in Itat foriii lo in-l:ii in rh-te f..r wrum:
A cirj-prvlieiiKivr ti l.-jt roitfit-trtefl- Jnt vlic
tbuiK fir 4dv tttta k itli ntr .:tH. etc., ti
lilt!. ArlilrcM. It K. c; . ciirr ul 1 p AH.i't
iX)R S A I .K m .1 . i:T A I :l .1 s 1 1 r:i I Itt'f i-neM.-
tltiitv abtaa ".. 1-1 iintitit: I.,
cated 011 1 lie m.isi p -o.-. im-iit truer iu fir
cil ye' San Antonio I ii ears paw. 1 ( xl.in--er-
dav: f -ihin! In.t els lart mu ul
In Mi-11. ri or Kansas I1.1l.1nvc e: .b t i's
Piivalelit. Aiiiliisi'.i .1. A. ltnulley, .'xrjv,
Houston Ktreri. San Aiiiotao. Vn.
FOK SAI.v: -A NfM'tUt
lots In riiiM-tV uiuliiM-n-
wnntnrasy re-ieh of tlir i.'itvt-rnineiit uc riia,.
dicm i.t tl'C l:i'c sliom in M -line pi.d th
rounil'iousr of te; t'ipi' io. i:.ek fslrl & l'a-
cilic railroad. Anione l In- the read cash
ran liny one or Mi ol them at I'
11 few cottages. Appl-i K. M. Sinnel,
r lHli avcuu.
T a iii m.ii i:ix. v. r;.
las!iiomsl ;'iil sivi.n.v I itiili-r
suit;iiiv i"A .pi'it if-r s.ne-
rieliee ill .1. . - . I
TRIT.0 TO KLI.Hi.S- K VK.Atit.KV.
T U nion Te.. if von nae aWMittio.
notca .r urii;iijeii.s
di'alre settitu or on.-
T ; t .nie tUat you
vour 'al! :.
1 ! 11
h id n , t mi 1 i.i: .4 ;nn t . i ji .
AUHij Hr1ltHM.M'K4i l n i n.-t i Ik
Mlit I ll !, ti-irt.tl.t HVitrl '.li;i'tUr l til
j s'-ll iitiioii fnei. o. .
' soil. r.-ini- u- 1 d-- ::r
' m-s ehavi-s ai.ii v
1 1 1-....1.I.-. a i... u
! pieecs. if - 1! i -i- f
r-'tlv 4i';ifll V lM'Ii
'.tin r !.,n., tii, t'
1 i.i f.i tr "
ri. Kih m i
.1 t imus !;i-.:clt I I Ml
11 ;t ul I'm
'.ul v ill ;:iirfi.i'
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is an iv: jeaiiv iti.coi .
ami lloaer p.i: 11 rn
atU Inrli .
nlrr ;it m;i' .m i.. :,
tU'f iltitt-sj Al':ii"
I ii1rr Wilier, i uu.
J. k iiu.nT.
T u iii:nr,
M-i. v ia a. -Ia. . J
Ova fiw Uvm Mi aw ( mmt at.
Insurance and Loans
inoiu 4, Mitch"!. A Lyil hnff.
If tw wh ? wn whrli f fin ..ifia
H'-llitHr lllaww-.. t( S4.- t-UA
All! (a-rViiaftr' t i mr
llii. purtty-n I rt- ii
vir urn dn.Lve r-i
f ww r irxTat
!. -h f..atS4a m.llw.th
111 I! fiii 4hri,l.Hfi. fa.
- f -' loriif .r
t. Ilk , tUm IMI, IM I mL
are the most
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURfc
l GUARANTEliD remedy
3i money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
iy all eminent phvsicians
is the best for Kidney and
Wt .on; nf f.
"old hy M r Bohnwa.
n rn iv i r RDitarai
'SStk Peaiyrcjai Tmtmest
J Htheorirrnal and only FP.ENf H
I sate an' -'ibli eoro on ti mar
ki-t. Pr. kulfr, aeut It omuL
(Tenoua aoM ily bt
""V t -J7. I aff IV
af a' . 1 1
fetal of ai:
C.MMi wiim mil fi'jnui-4 ! tinlur tnir
U!e!y. hih! tut'Mity. ueie mt-'je usi1 )
t tiy i'in In t'i- weiiif liistiiry. Tin
raliH-.. it t i-oji.iti.iii (if 1I4 tn-iH-lit
to th liii.uvi hVslMii. Mmi iiftniii hy
cxpTMi" Us ir f-t n.
H a 'I Mill
1 ra.reWi1 tniti lic'io s j.it-v-nl disease ani
lielp rest tin v:- ' mn ami wl:lkr
ait a tMMlititiil Mini .1 i'it trt l ttimit.nl all t
ttkiral -;vi'iii. Wtfoiit taniity t'wi'th
voti ! im fri-ir in tt mlil' Imw,
Veil luty kti'.w tliat -u eaii mure alwuya
tllf 'U v-t V11I 'wa ( m r Ii a;n- t ll al f
! U ant t f yn 1 tn iv t'sjirio at our slo:e. ti,e
. oolv wliolrrRU h- us in 1!.' i(V lli'i etivlni;
cnoM niivet ui ln ownt. it'it nair'ul
tlar'TO.SAVK Vol! MONEY ik1
give you jp" 'h1 tiruliitti'rnf-rl iils.
pt'ti fVv:iiiiiri uuU! 10 ucU t k.
Ill ECDEW000 PARK,
J ! I I
2 t'-" AVlKUt.
The rt eeitra ssetim of the Tn l titles Ms
fillirtj ntMlnc. sHsM tr lr; naiarai Iwn
iamntt, watnr e.i ns. si4sls. rt , ai'i)t
kofia kut hull arsae. waxier r.e is hmi bih
hsorl. tiusl.i acrntilila to lu-.-n-o -nii-f -4
t"ith ci'ea bv 1.1 C t tifx-tric art
Ciiatlana Cullefe an! 7ta VftH ftti'ic ict-enl
Li;? !!: liilijnt loC. . I. fc f '!
anil rauni Kinae.aito Is U. . iVseaal sal nontax.
Tha setr n lots ir.lics'rl bf rritdiae n shone pt
Kills tcid al orj torn pf .Cft it Uktu sori.
pp'i a. ii. lioi!u;ir,
tos 3. r.i Oaic H.m.k. aUiis-v. I
Wc have the Best Equipped
Repair Shop in the west
And all kltd of j i u;k. W k1o
carry ft roioplntts net ol guna ana
218 Si vt-ntrcntb it. Market Square
tiKT THK I.KKT
AU Work OnareutM''
lwO TUIRO AVEUK
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