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THE ABGUSrSATUBDAlT, OCTOBER 29,": 1JS98.-
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYfcTP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, bnt also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the Caxifosxia Fio Stbvp
Co. only, and we wih to impress npon
all the importance of purehasinjr the
tru-3 and original remedy. As the
genuine Syr op of Fig's is manufactured
by the Califoksia. Fio Stbcp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding' the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
' ties. The high standing1 of the Gaxi
fob.ma Fig Htkxsp Co. with the mli
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far ia advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company ,
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AX rBA.fClaCO. CeL
MflSTILLE. Ky. XEW TORE. W.T.
Despite the bad weather last
Saturday, our opening sale was
more than satisfactory. The
coming week we shall strive to
make It both pleasant and prof
itable to every one attending
our Souvenir Sale.
Below wc Mention a Few
of Our Many Sho3
Misses Pongola button shoes
worth $1.25 sjK'ciel as long
a thev hisi
Boys' School Shoes, solid
and serviceable, worth iiflJ1 1 Q
to f 1.50 98C
Ladies' line shoes, Gray Bros.
and Eddy te Weusters
$3.;0 and" $1 makes, our
sale price shall be
Special attention asked for
our line of men's shoes
You save 03c on these goods.
We shall advertise nothing
that we cannot show when called
for, and shall aim to give every
one the benefit of good buying
and cash transactions. -
Handsome souvenirs given
with every $2 purchase.
Remember Name and Number.
1812 Second Avenue.
On PhotoDjhic .york j
C. E. Smith's studiar
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place your order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac- '
tory. Bring in the little
Rooms opposite Harper House.
SEEING OLD IRELAND.
John K. Scott Visits Famous Spots
in the Home of the
Shamrock. ; ...
AT THE LAKES OF KELULR5EY.
Perfect Paradise of (Jrovea. Glades and
Bowers Cork a Pretty and But CUT,
Vttth It Croat MUla and Dlstniertes and
' Shlp-baUdlng Yards The Blarney Stone
Aa lattrMtlof LctUr.
Cork, Ireland. Oct. 15. Editor
Arocs: Ieavinr Dublin bv rail we
passed alon; the famous Bo; of Allen,
and very near to Pallas, once a vil
lage, now a mere collection of huts
the birthplace of Oliver Goldsmith
and the '-Deserted Villase" of his
ith the exception of the mountain
ranges along the sea coast, the greater
part 01 central and southern Ireland
is flat: with here and there a hill
crowned with a picturesque1.-pNV ruin
wrain-ramnir nas been almost en
tirely abandoned in the groat central
plain, and the holds that -stretched
out on both sides of us as fag as we
could see. were dotted with ' grazing
cattle and Hocks of sheep. e passed
irreat tracts of bog land, where the
people were cutting the turf, which
was in many places from 5 to 8 feet
thick. I he cabins along the way
were verv prettv as well as odd, with
their thatched roofs, clean, white
washed walls, and vines draping
every window aim doorway. J.ne
grass in Ireland is a jrreeti that I
have never seen anvwhere else.
ri"rht and Uautiful, well worthy to
be a distinctive national color.
We stopped at Limerick, at the
mouth of the Shannon, and after a
hurried look at the old town, with its
castle and famous treaty stone, we
went on to Croom, a typical Irish vil
lage, a few miles south. Here we
visited the ruins of Farnstone castle,
and the line estate of Sir David lloach.
Croom has also one of the best pre
served of the numerous round towers
that are found throughout Ireland,
relics of the old heathen days when
the- sun ami tuc moon were wor
shipped. It is strange to stand and
look at this old tower, and to think
that it is older than any church in
(ireat Britain, even older than Chris
After leaving Croom we crossed
the track of the famous moving bog.
which has recently traveled several
miles, and is now learing down on
the village of Kathmore. Soon the
rounded and graceful mountains be
gan to increase in numljer. and before
long Killaruey, the gem of south Ire
land, was reached.
The lake region of Killaruey, in
County Kerry, is the most beautiful
spot in Ireland, and indeed some
travelers say in the British Isles.
Hero we lind grouped together in one
day's ride, every possible variety of
the wild, the majestic and the beau
tiful. Nothing can be more beautiful
than "Sweet lnnisfallen," the island
in the lower lake, which is a perfect
paradise of grov.es, glades and bowers.
Nothing can be wilder than the Gap
of Dunloe, or surpass in soft lovliness
the beauty of the lakes. Ross castle,
at the head of the lower lake, is a fine
ruin, and from its tower one has a
splendid view of the lake with its
33 islands. On the south shore of the
lake are the ruins of Muckross abbey,
which was founded in 1440 by Donald
McCarthv. prince of Desmond. It is
a beautiful ruin, overrun with ivy
imd flowering shrubs. It had a fine
chapel, chancel and cloister which are
still well preserved. 1 he chapel is
full of tomhs dating back 500 years,
but the roof is gone and the rain of
many years has heat upon them. In
the midst of the cloister grows a
huge yew tree, which darkens the
whole place, and speaks silently of
the changes that time brings. The
vegetation of thi entire region is rich
and varied: the arbutus attains to
great size here, ami the bright hedges
of fuchsia grow with tropical luxur
On to Bantry.
Leaving Killarney we had before us
a.U-mtie urive iy coacn to Hantry.
It would be futile to descri be the beau
ties of the country through which we
passed. The scenery of Switzerland
may le grander, but we have seen
nothing that compares with the quiet
beauty oi the lakes and fords of Kerry.
We skirted the lake and obtained a
tine view of the whole region from a
hill near the end of the upper lake
At a bend in the road 10 miles out we
caught our last view of Killarney,
which was revealed in a picture inde
scribably beautiful. Ken mare is soon
reached, and from there the road
vinds down hills and through cut
tings, with lovely views of the valley,
until 13 miles further oa it dips down
into the fairy-like nook of Glengarrift.
From here the road winds around the
indented shore at the head of Bantry
Day, with the sugar-loaf and the Caha
Jmo&rains visible across its 'blue wa-
lers io uc wcai.
We found Cork at the mouth of the
River Lee. to be a pretty as well as a
busy city; with its great mills, dis
tilleries and sbip-building yards.
Takin" a car we drove to Blarney,
tfunyon's Headache and
.. gestion uure
a. 1 MmaJt rtn tTia in T-lrat
7 f TTaxwt.ot,.
' to 0 nnu7e's- rreTt in I The stage of water at the Rock Isl
Uon. stimulate the nerre. and build a.nd "d
up the system. It should be in every r,sing? temperature at noon 45.
borne and every traveler's gripsack. "
At all druggists- 23 cure, 2oc lT
which is about six miles from Cork. 1 Ii & C. & (au to care, angsto rcfaad Booey
I Blarney is a castte. a- massive frqaare
tower on a bill; and Blarney is a lake.
. overhung with trees, and adorned
I with lily leaves; and Blarney is a
great stone, and he who kisses that
tne may flatter till his tongue is
t A . 1. ..It . I
Lieu, squ inij nope to ue urutrcu
whatever he may say.
If you kin It, they say. from that blessed day
You may kUs waosn you please with, jour
Only the great tower of the castle
I is left. It was formerly a 'stronghold
of the McCarthys. To acquire the
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cvitcicu gui 19 Buuieming oi an
achievement; for it is necessary to be
almost held by the heels, while you
reach down from a giddy height to
apply your lips to the famous stone.
As we were returning to the city in
the evening we heard the sweet chimes
ot the "Shandon Bells." which are in
the spire of the cathedral of St. Anne
Shandon in Cork.
Ireland is truly sr beautiful land,
worthy of all the love and sacrifices
that have been laid on her altar. May
the new century be kinder to her than
the oae just closing.
We contemplate a short trip from
here to Youghal, the home of Sir Wal
ter Raleigh at the mouth of the beau
tiful Black water; then "Home Sweet
Home." John K. Scot r.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
William Sivil has gone to St. Louis.
Mrs. Dr. W. T. Magill visited in
Aid. B. Winter is the proud father
of a new son.
J. W. Whiteside, of Cordova, was
in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mack, of Pre
emption, were in the citv todav.
Rev. R. F. Sweet, of Trinity church.
arrived home last ni;ht from Wash
Mr. and Mrs. John Tobin have wel
comed a new boy to their home
their first born.
George Riess and sister, Miss E.
Riess. left today for visits at Chicago,
New York and "Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Grafton, of Fair
field, Iowa, are guests at the home of
their son. Rev. T. W. Grofton.
Joseph Riiey. of St. Louis, and Miss
Margaret Alexander, of Rock Island.
were married in Chicago Tuesday of
The Teamsters' union's dance, at
Roche's hall, last night, was attended
by SO couples, an enjoyable time le'm;
had by all present.
M iss Helen R. Piatt, of Davenport,
has removed to .liock Island and is
making her home with Miss Mary
Piatt. 831 Twenty-third street.
Conductor H. R. Wvnes. of the
street railway com pan v, leaves Mon-
lav for Knowlton, Iowa, to join his
family for a month's visit there.
Rev. E. F. Gee, late curate of Trin-
tv parish, left yesterday for Omaha.
and the lirst Sunday in November he
enters upon his uew duties at Gales
durg. where ho bscomes pastor of
Last evening's dance given at Ar
mory hall by the Stove Mount
ers union, was a line success,
socially and financially. Music was
furnished bv Bleuer's orchestra.
James Broomhall captured the stove.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Scott are back
from Europe. After resigning his posi-
lon as consular agent at Aarau and
Chaux-de-Fonds. Mr. Scott and his
wife, visited France, Germany, Hol-
and, England and Ireland, enjoying
he climate and scenery of those cou li
nes, all of which contributed to the
mprovement of Mrs. Scott s health.
Mr. Scott has written a numher of in
teresting letters to The Akjus con
cerning his European travels, one of
which appears tonight.
CONTESTING AT FOOTBALL.
wa I'nlreraTty and Runh. Bled ice At It
The football elevens of the Iowa
State university and Rush Medical
college are contesting for honors at
he Hock Island ball park this after
noon. Although the weather is anv-
hiug but favorable, a 1 arize number of
tri-city lovers of the game are in at
tendance. The Rush players came in last night.
the Iowa City team arriving this
morning, and both putting up at the
Harper. Some thirty rooters accom
panied the Iowa eleven.
Both teams return to their respec
tive bom:; tonight.
Several of the university s lest
men reiuseu to piay in me game on
account of dissensions in the ranks.
6oldlers Bleeping- Coder Fire.
I suppose some aeple will shruz their
shouldlera" Mid a soldier who was in the
S-daya battle of 811 Juan BUI "wbtn I aay
that It la a common thing for soldiers to so
sound as eep under fire, when they are not
permitted to retura the Ore. but must lie
Quiet. It lsat bravery or recklesufsa, but
the result ot Intent excitement en the
brain." In the same way many men appear
utterly indifferent to dangerous disorders of
the stomach tbut Hoetetter a Stomach Utters
would promn, ly, pure. iTtya. remedy wui make
them sleep "like a top.' ai the ees.
1-wlll give them nerves of irjn. It will over
come dis -jewing stomach aad bowel disorder?,
give tone) apd strength to the kiioeya.
. The Pilot went north. -'J'J
The Winona was in and ont.
The Gardie Eastman and Prescott
The Reindeer brought down eight
string of logs.
The E. Rutlodra came down with
16 etrms of loirs.
TOWN TALK. "
F. B. Q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
Buy one a Kinship cigar.
Lorosis shoes at the S., B. & S
Lorosis shoes at the S., B. & S. Shoe
Big underwear values at Younsr &
All sorts of shoes at the S., B. & S
Hillsdale creamery butter handled
by the leading grocers.
Have your wheel stored at Wilch-
cr's, 210 Eighteenth street.
Ladies' and gents' cork soled shoes
at the S. , B. & S. shoe store
Shoes bought of us means style, fit
ami wear. S., B. & S. Shoe company.
We lit the foot and give you the
style m snoes. is. & . bboe com
Ladies' winter tans, cork sole, at $3
per pair at the S., B. & S. Shoe com
If you are looking for bargains in
furniture and carpets go to Clemann
Jewel stoves, none letter quality
high, prices as low as other dealers
ask for inferior goods.
Geuts, see and try our non-aqua,
the guaranteed water proof shoe.
S.. 15. & S. Shoe company.
Cloth jackets, all new creations at
manufacturer's prices, at Richter &
Sons', furriers, Davenport.
The First Baptist church and par
sonage are receiving a eoat of paint
A new roof has also been
First annual ball of Federal Labor
union 7051 at Armory hall Thursday
evening, Nov. 3. Music by Bleuer's
band. George Stroehle, prompter.
Grand Reformation' concert at
Angustana college Monday, Oct. 31,
at 8 o'clock p. m. Admission 25 and
35 cents. Procure your tickets early.
The next lecture by Prof. Charles
Zueblin in the University Extension
course, occurs at the High school
Nov. 10. the subject being '-The Social
Life of Cities."
I here was but one candidate exam
ined in the civil service examination
conducted at the Rock Island post
oflice for inspector of ordnance a
civilian from Muncie, Ind.
Our customers are our best adver
tisement. Ask the user of a Jewel
stove if he would have any other.
Allen. Myers & Co. have the most
complete stove line in the city.
Ladies, clean your kid gloves with
Miller's Glovinc. It is not a liquid,
leaves no odor and can be used while
the jrlove is on the hand. For sale
only at Harper house pharmacy.
Will give you 90-days' time on from
?2 to $15 worth of goods furniture,
clocks, lamps, pictures, silverware,
etc.-" at - lowest pricesW .at Robert
Wall's, 401 Brady street, Davenport.
Springlield is making elaltorale
preparations for the proper entertain
ment of the 6th regtfueht on its re
turn to the capital Nov. 20 for mus
ter out of the service of the United
Fred Curtis, claimingCIinton, Iowa,
as his home, was held to the grand
jury by Police Magistrate Stafford in
if600 bonds for larceny. He stole an
overcoat from an uptown yard be
longing to J, B. McManus.
The trade mark "Jewel" is the
name of every coal or wood stove or
ranjre, base burner, "ras. casolinc, or
oil stove or heater in our store. We
warrant every one. Call and exam
ine our line. Allen, Myers & Co.
Warren R. Roberts, contractor of
the Modern Woodmen building, was
in town today. He states the materi
al for the interior finish ' is coming
very 6low, but he is yet hopeful of
having the building completed and
ready for occupincy the early part of
The ladies of Trinity church wi 11
have a handkerchief sale at the resi
dence of Mrs. T. J. Buford, First ave
nue, Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 2,
from 2 to 5 o'clock. Beautiful hand
made handkerchiefs for from 85 cents
to $10. All are cordially invited.
Monday morning Clemann & Salz
mann will put on sale for one week
only 100 couches and will sell them at
one-third or 83$ per cent off. This is
your chance to get a good couch for
a nine money, and remember this is
strictly for one week. Come and buy
one aud have us put it away for you
The father, two sons and daughter
(all there were in the family) all
bought a Jewel steel range within a
year to replace old unsatisfactory
stoves. The fact that the lirst one
gave such good satisfaction sold all
the rest. They had to have it. If
you need a stove see the Jewel line at
Allen, Myers & Co.
Gus Shultz, who was run down by
a bicyclist yesterday. on the govern
ment island, sustained a fracture of
his left arm at the shoulder, an Injury
that will lay him up for a month at
least. Mr. Shultz was walking to his
work when the mishap occurred. He
is employed ia.th'erinTpmenl; depart-
went at tne arsenal and boards in
Rock Island. His home is in Burling
When you ask for De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve don't accept a counter
feit or imitation. There are more
cases of Spiles .being cured by this
than all others combined. T. 11
Thomas, A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahn
Ko-To-Ba for Fifty Cestta.
Guaranteed tofaaeeo habit care, makes weak
mca atroefi, bioo pan. Oe.tL AUdrofci-i
instead of taking dead tissue from the
every beat of the heart, the blood is
. . . . . .
t lingering poison, except wnen tne rncumatism ioucqcs me nenri; ineu it kuis uhe uguiuiug.
There is no hope for the rheumatic unless he attend to his kidneys and, by making them sound and strong, rid
his system of the enemy. There is
Can any fair-minded man, or woman,
Will Commence Monday, October 31, Ending
Sideboards and Extension Tables.
We will sell a nice solid Oak Sideboard, t1f flfl
French Plate. Bevel Edge Minor for SIU.UU
A nice solid Oak Extension Table. 6-feet long, top
42-inches sduare when closed, polished, CiA 7i
finished H" V
Another Car of Iron Beds.
Over twenty-tive different styles to select from.
This week'wc will sell our f-l Iron Beds QO
Mattresses and Springs.
Call and see our woven Wire Springs, we Of Eft
will kcII this week for PI.JU
Half Wool Mattresses.
This week as low as $2 50
Don't forget us
for brass and
zinc oil cloth
LIVELY ON LOCAL MARKET.
Bnashlne Hrlnars the -I'eoplo From the
Coon try to Town.
The sunshine of the past few davs
broke the quietude that had prevailed
on .Market square during the cold
spell, the farmers couiinr to town
in great numbers with their potatoes,
corn, hay, etc.. althonrh the roads
are yet far from leiog in good eon.di
tion. But tbey are letter than they
were, and the folks in the rural dis
tricts embraced the first opjwrtunity
to get to town with their products
tanners are all happy this year over
the health v vield ot their crops, but
many suffered in consequence of the
premature snow storm of last week,
which had a disastrous effect on the
potatoes that had not been dug.
Visitors who are becoming conspic
uous in tne local market with the ap
proach of Thanksgiving are members
of the turkey lamijyv ,Tfa young
ones smile at the thought of spending
th,e holiday season in the city, but the
older ones have a sad look in their
countenances, for they have a suspi
cion of what is going to happen to them
a fate similar to that suffered by
their brethren of a winter back, who
got it where towser wears his license.
Hard Coal Coke Wood.
Indiana block. Athens lump and
nut, snperior soft egg, canuel, hard
wood aud kindling. '
E. B. McKowk.
Hard Coal Market.
Anthrax e coal, all sizes, delivered
at f S.oO per ton, for Immediate de
livery. E. G. Fkazks.
In Theni if Warner's
Cure is Used.
blood and hnrryinjr it out of the lwdy,
laden with a substance as truly prisonous as arsenic or strychuino. But it is
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more than hope; there is certainty of renewed health in" earners Safe Cure.
doubt this, after reading Mr. Lewis
Holbrook's Great Sale
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Over thirty different styles of Suits equally as great
a bargain as this
Wo will sell a large Dresser with large fancy Bevel
Edge, French Plate Mirror yg
Rockers and Chairs.
We will sell a large Cane Seat Chair, Hard TCrt
High Back, ?arge
W3. 105-107 East 2nd St.
ONE TRIAL BOTTLE
Thle nffas I
f..aran Suroasses Belltf
UanrDfWDtirfttioiic intend) to bMtitifv the
cm wi, va. mo i.in. M.-a uit imni iu complexion 1 uma ft luon an cllrct, it
aocMdiwberi ati mor cormcticft lnvanll; fail. Thi crwat r)turd( divcovernd hp tho Mia
Bll. ha eiutant complexion pectalrsta. of No. 78 I if th Avnac, t York Clt, cArrira ott oil
impuntioo. which tbo blood lorooo to the farfa3 of tho barfy. It im exhilaratm and vi 11 icing
Wovr appliftd. . Frooklotv ptcuploo. blaki.oa4i, moth patcl. wriukleo. liver tMot. rou.inoM,
"vV Aifr ?r.
Jii l'A OeiU. Vi. tO
fCdfr 7"Nv .
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THB HISSES SELL, 73
The Misses Bell's Complexion
Depilo are for sale
PRIZE . POTATO.
Oae Welhlag Arer roar Fonade vBatlaoa
ttj Robert J. HatchlnaoB.
A sample of the productive quali
ties of Bock Island county soil was
brought to town yesterday by Jlobert
J. Hutchinson, a farmer whose home
is in Bowling township. It was what
Mr. Hutchinson beliered to be the
prize iKtato of the season. It
weighed 41 pounds, was as solid as
a rock, and altogether as tine, husky
looking representatire of the Murphy
flock as one would care to caze noon.
It measured 13 inches, while its cir
cumference was 14 inches. In make
up it resembled a porker, and would
A chill air and a lowering skv in tho morning, a
sudden rush of heat in the middle of tho afternoon,
then a cutting wind after sunset such is the history of
an autumn day in the north temperate zone. This is
- the weather that threateus not only the avowed inva
lids, but many who fancy themselves stronger than
they are. It strikes them iu the back. It stops the
free action of the kidneys.
Then come feelings of cold, headache, nervousness,
and, worst of nil, the grinding, cutting rheumatism
which may last for years, defying common remedies,
ointments, liniments, etc. The worst of diseases lo
gins in the kidneys, and in the tickle autumn weather
the seeds of danger are sown. Avoid the saddest con
sequences of these uncertain days. Strengthen your
kidneys with Warner's Safe Cure
IW. Lewis, of Clyde; Ohio, writes:
I had 'Wen confined to the house for months with
sciatic rheumatism not able to get iiito or 'out of bed
without help and had despaired of ever being able to
walk again. A' friend advised'' me" to take Warner's
Safe Cure. I told him I had been lame so long I had
no hopes of getting well. But a drowning man will
grasp at a straw, so I sent for two bot.tles. and when I
had taken them I walked to my barn, with the aid of
"I got more Warner's Safe Cure, and It served tho
sciatic rheumatism as Admiral Dewey served the Span
ish ships at Manila. It also knocked my old enemy,
kidnev trouble. I was soon able to' dispense with my
canes'and to go about my business."
The connection between the kidneys and the rheu
matism was probably obvious to Mr. Lewis, but it may
not be to everybody who reads the story of his recov
ery. Ihe diseased kidneys, 6luggish and incompetent,
acted as a dam. In such a case, with
On " ""
Saturday, November 5.
An Elegant Bed Room Suit.
ith large Bevel Edge Mirror, well made.&lfl
finished, line carving, H f vl
one to select from.
Oil cloth per yd,
as low as 223ic.
A large assort
ment of oil
cloth rugs, in all
Aa External Tonic Applied t tn
8-kia. Beautifies it as by Mafic.
THE DISCOVERY?! AGE
A WomAA was tfca Iareitor . ,
eomBlaxiAn !. fuiloH. mbm thv An tint, twodiut .
oiiinea and rupttn diapptar, auu luo mM Uo
cotnoa svtft and rmj a babjr a.
Tl.- 1U . - U-l 1 1 1 1. ... ,nnit, .11 .
call at tfieir parlor. frotrial IxuUoof tUotrCor-
a isr m vuiv- u'wi anv nw m HWtsucf
bar a froo bottlo by aeailfn 25 cento In atlvr or
atamp to cover tho cot of p.-ickinff and dultvtrJag.
I he price vt this wonderful tonic ia One itojlar a
Is it toll, bow a
, " CT.tm of IUaatr."
woman can mnii
Bpvcutl chaptr. oo tu.
brtMn It. teWkr i.il
la.trf, crrn to m Mncal K.- Alvi bow u 0.1
ndd tiprtlooahairen tk. ek aai arm. wtta-
tniury to Uiaakia. Tbi .alaablo book will b
tanjr &4ir on riiiinu CorroDlnoa
1 ouiui.il, wiMuMii auufm, .
Fifth avenue. New York eity.
Tonic, Complexion Soap, Skin Food and
have made an appropriate Christmas
present" -for Vpt. lien. 'BkncB. nf "
ICuba. but aanthuia4tia A citlzeaiV'
captured the potato, paying 60 cents
for it., Mr. Hutchinson's crop
averaged 346 bushels to the acre, the
potato being of the Koral New Yorker
Backlea's Arnica Salre.
The best salre In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rbeurn,
ferer sores, tetter, chapped hands.
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Uartz & UUemeyeiv . '": i - '
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