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THE AflGUS, S ATURDAYt yOYEHBEB 4; 1899.
MoCASKRIN & MoCASKKIN,
Attorneys at Law.
. IMk talked and MDu. Roek Man OfflM
wKkU & Math's star. MUM offlo on
a OOWtlUT. B. D- OOWVUXT
CONNELLY A CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law
" Mousy loaned Offlee over Ttaomaa' drat
wre, eoraer of Beoond arenas and Seren
JACKSON A HUSST,
Attorneys at Law.
OSe in Koek Island National Bank BUlld
lH. VI. L LUDOLPH- BOBT. B. BSTBOLCe.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS.
Attorneys at U.
Money to loan. General leral buHnee. No
tary public. 1706 Seeond aTsnae, Barord
B. D. HIT a Is. WALKBS.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
Attorneys and OoontsUors at Law
Offlee la Bensston Block.
C. J. USABLE,
a B MARSHALL,
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY & McENIRY
Attorneys at Law.
T n . M,rMw stm mrmA ae fnHt' nr Aktt AAUflA
lena. Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, bankers
Ulrica, Mitcneu a Lynao punqmsr.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney of Rock Island. Room 4
Itltoneu lornae Duuaing.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Fbyslelan and Surf eon
Pbone 4 on 1M7. Offlee, tta Twentieth
rwn. honir 10 to 11 a. m.: t to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Sunday, 8:80 to B'SO a. m.; IM to
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
eblidren, also diseases of eye. ear, nose and
eroat. umce noun w i w-ii WJ " m
m. Kl Sixteenth street. Rook Island.
J. B. BUBKHABT, M. D . . .
MBS. HADA M. BDBKHABT, U. D.
DRS- BURKHART & BURKHART,
Offlee Tremann block. Offlee hours 8 toll
a. m., I to 6 and 7 to p. m. 'fhone No. 4002
Rock Island, 111. Night oalls answered from
C. T. FOSTER M. D.
Fbyslelan and Surgeon.
Offlee between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: 8 to II a. m,
I to 4 p m. nd 7 to 0 p. m. Night ealls from
OKO none wn.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per.
lormea in a scienunc munaer. urvea.
All esJls DronjDtlv attended to. Residence.
IMA Fifth avenue. Telephone 4401. Office
and infirmary, 1M.V1A17 Fourth avenue
Maueker's stable), opposite No. 1 fire house.
DR. U. EMMET STEEN,
Bnenlallnt and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private and all chronio diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 13. t o 4, 6 to 8, Sundays 10 to IS.
Harrison and Second streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
Offlee. Harper Bouse Pharmacy, o Night calls
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms IS and IS. Mitchell ft Lyede building
OSes hours from 8 to 13 a. m. and 1 to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR.
Office hour :30 to If a. m . 1:80 to 4J0 P- m.
tlBElghteextb street. Opposite Union offloe.
DRACK A KERNS.
Arebiteets and Superintendsnu
HENRY GAETJE, ITop.
Out flowers and Designs of all Bands.
C ty store, 1807 Saooad avmaaa. Telsphaee
Pm M 01r- Williams" Indian Pil
H B . Ointment wl. Xre Blind
EJ S a BietUmjr int. Itchins
TJ B stsiPUes. li absorb, the tumors.
R H ailajrs the itchine at once, sets
SB as a poultice, rives instant re
lief. Pr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment i- nrvrnarrd for Pi In and lick.
of the privatn rarts. Etrrv boa ia
srrante1. Bv drurcKts. b mail rr.
fir of rrt-. M cents and Sl.ee. Ufll I 134
BU1IUFACTDR11E CO.. Props.. ClevelaTdT OtS
S H4 by M F. Bsaasbb dratfiata.
" Steve F. Miller. Sole Lessee and Mgr
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Sunday, Nov. 5.
Dickson and Mustard's
Gorgeous Spectacular Trick
FALL AND RISE OF -
The most elaborate and costly produc
tion of -Mother Goose's airy Story"
ever given. 40-PEOPLE-10. Bewilder
ing transforma-ion. surprising Illustra
tions, startling tricks, mechanical
devices, beautiful costumes, briil'snt
electrical effects, high classpeciAlties,
novel dances, entrancing mu-ic.
2 CAR LOADS OF SCENERY.
lUHCUf now I III
Prices 25c. 50c. 75c and 81. Seats on sale
ll Dieucr , icwciry aiore.
Fee list entirely suspended.
(Aider The Direction Or Cmambesun Kindt ICa
Saturday. Nov. 4.
THE EMINENT ROMANTIC ACTOR
ROBERT B. MANTELL,
And a select rnmminv. under the
manat'emeot of M. V. liA.NLEY,
in a new play.
"The Dagger and the
.1 OS EP1 1 H A TTOX S famous no vel
d amaiized bv V. A. Tremayne.
Klibirjte scenery: Supbrb cos
tumes: Powerful company: The
dramatic novelty of the season:
Prices, 25c, 50c. 75c and 81. Seat sale at
Fluke's. Telephone No. SO.
URTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Direction of Chamberlain, Kindt & Co.
MATINEE AND NIGHT
Sunday, Oct. 5
"THE GREA r NORTHWEST.'
MatJLiticent Special scenery. Marve
lous Me'.banical Effects.
SEE THE SWING FOR LIFE ON
THE WHIRLING WINDMILL.
Watc for the parade by the boom city
Cowboy baud. Kree coucert in front of
opera bousj before each performance.
Prices . . .
23. SO sod 75c.
Seats at nuke's.
URTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Under the direction of
Chambkki.in. Kindt & Co.
Thursday Evening, Nov 7.
Mr. Chas. Frohmau,
PRE 3 ENTINO
The Success of fie Century,
300 Hundred Nights in New York,
Prices 25c. 50e. 75o. tl.00 and tl 50 at
OLLER SKATING RINK, '
' ROCK ISLAND.
Saturday Evening. Nov. 4, 1899
and every afternoon and evening (ex
cept cuodays) duriot; the season.
NEW MAPLE FLOOR.
5v pair I Rifhardson ball-bearing
skates. Sale of commutaibn tickets
will commence Wtdnesday, Nov. 1,
at box ortice.
5 Per Cent Money
Properties released from banks and
building associations and loans r ranted
for a period of 3. 5 or 7 years, or if pref
erable loan can be redeemed by yearly
or half yearly installments of principal
and Interest. In me latter case, inter
est to be computed and charged on
balance actually owlof at end of
each year. Money to help you buy a
home, build a home, payoff a mortKaffe,
pay back interest, or taxes, lift liens,
stop foreclosures, or effect necessary
Improvements. Money to loan on
life Insurance policies, legacies, inher
itances, undivided interests in estates,
real estate in probate, leaseholds and
annuities. Money to finance meritori
ous Inventions, or to place patents on
the KnKlisb and American markets. If
rKj airing: money on any class of se
eurlty, write to or call on
R. KlTXTOM. '
195 La Salle St..
All kinds of repairing, and
E lambing, gas and steam
tting done quicklj and in a
thorough manner. Supplies
furnished and every order
given prompt attention.
WU5 tint Aveaac
To provide for the Issuing of bond! of the
citv of Rock Island in tne sum of thirty thous
and dollars (C30.0CO). to be paid from the reve
nue of the waterworks department or tae saia
Whereas. At a meet Inr of the city council
of said city, held on the I4tb day of October.
A. D., 1. the following resolution was adopt-
Whereas. For the purpose of completing
and pay ng tor tne reservo'rs ana nactini
nlant now belnir constructed bv the city o
R ck Island, i . Is necessary to raise the sum of
tmr y tnousano. dollars .m.uuu.
Therefore Dc it. Reolved bv the citv coun
cil that the bond of the citv of Koek Island in
the sum of thlrtv thousand dollars &.UU) be
issued, payable out of the revenue of the wat
erworks department, bearing interest at toe
rate of four 4 per cent per annum, and all
maturing within a Deriod ol six (A) years: and
that the mayor and waterworks committee be
instructed to prepare and submit to this coun
cil an ordinance providing for the carrying Into
eirect of tnis resolution, rsow. tnereiore
Be it ordained by the city council of the city
Of Koek Island:
See. I That the city of Rock Island do issuse
the sum of tbirtv thousand dollars W.Xi)
of its negotiable bonds, payable only from the
revenue of the water orks department of
the said city. The number or the bonds to be
issued shall be thirty-six 3tfi: twenty-four of
said bond, shall be of the principal sum of one
thousand dollars ttl.iOPi each: fourshail bepay-
aole. in one year fom the tirst day of Deceia-
oer. A. LP. iuih. ano rour eaan vear ioerraiit-r
on the the first dar of December until all are
piid: and twelve (12) of said boul-t shall be of
the principal sum of Ave bunlred dollars 50)
each: two of which shall be payable in one
year from the first dav of December. A. D.
1K01: and two each vear thereafter on the first
day of December until all are paid. Said bonds
shall draw interest at the rate of four (4 per
c -nt per annum, p tyahie annually. Bth prin
cip -1 and interest shall be payable st the oince
of the city cler of said city. Said bonds shall
be signed bv the mayor and city clerk and
sha 1 have the corporate seal of said, city at
tached thereto: and coupons hall be attached
to the said bonds representing the interest to
be paid thereon, and said bonds shall be sub
stantially in the following forji, to-wit:
United States of America. State of Illinois,
Rock Island County.
Waterworks bonds of the city of Rock Island.
The city of Rock Island in its corporate ca
pacity acknowledges itself to owe to the bear
er hereof dollars, payable from the reve
nues of the waterworks department of the
said city, at the office of the city clerk in the
said city of Koek Island, on the nrst day of
December. it, ana a so interest thereon, at
the same place, at the rate of four per cent (4
p. r cent) per annum, payable on the Urst day
of December, A. D. luuv and annually there
after until tne principal sum sua i be paid, on
presentation aod delivery of the respective
interest coupons nereto severally attacnea.
In witness whereof the said city of Rock I si
and has caused its corporate seal to be affixed
to this bond and the same to be signed by Its
mayor ana clerk this day of
Form of Coupon.
Tbe citv of Rock Islmd. ninols. will pay the
nearer dollars from revenues or the wa
terworks department on the tirst day of De
cember A. D. , at the office of the city
clerk in the said citv of Rock Island, being one
year's Interest thea due on its waterworks
No. Dated A. D.
See. J. That so much of the revenue de
rived from the annual water rat's or taxes by
the said city of Rock Island as ball be neces
sary for the purpose of paying the interest on
said bonds as it becomes due. and the princi
pal or saiu ponas as tney Decom; due snail oe
appropriated to the payment of the principal
and interest of said bonds atd to no other pur
ec. 3 -i nat tne saia tntrty tnousana doiiiri
(I3o.uu0.ut) of bonds, when executed as herein
before provided, sball be so sold f or the lo west
obtaioanle price, but not at a. price less than
their par value, and the proceeds of the sale
of the sal 1 bonds shall be st aside and ex-
p- nded in and for the construction and com
pletion of the reservoirs and filtering plant of
the said city, and shall be used for uo other
beo.1. I nis ordinance snail take enect ana
be i'i force from and after 1 s passage and
rassea uct. 10 ihw.
Approved. Wiljjam McConik hib. Mayor.
Attest: U. C. bCHArna. clerk.
Sealed proposals will be received at the citv
clerk's oftle. Rock Island. 111., until Monday,
Nov. 20. 1SJSI. at S o clock p. m . for the pur
chase of the above bends.
RoJk Island. 111.. Nov. I. IhM.
H. C. Srfitrt'EB, City Clerk.
Estate of Daniel Uuintv. deeeased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
executorof the last will and te tment of DaDl-1
Guinty. late of the county of Rook Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
tnat De win appear uetore the county court oi
Rock Island county, at the countv court room.
In the eity of Rock Island, at the December
term, on the first Monday in December next,
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and requested
to attend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
Dated this 12tb day of October. A. D. 1880.
T. B. IiEiDr. Executor.
State of Illinois.
County of Rock Island. I
County court of Rock Island county. To the
Deeember term. A. D . Is;.
Petition to sell real estate to pay debts.
William H. Doonan, uoministrator of the es
tate of rredenck Buckley, deceased, vs. Is
abella Huc-kley. Cora Young. Sena Vandorin.
John E. Habusen, WiliUni H. Doonan. J. F.
Rottinson. tru-.t-e. Mrs. F. M. lioutrhton."
.lames Baker. George A. Humphrey. D. Cra
mer. Caroline Shawback. 'ho unknown heirs
and deviee of C'aro ine Shawback. de
ceased, and the unknown executor or admin
istrator of Caroline Shaw back, deceased.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Joha R.
Uabnsen. George A. Humphrey. Mrs. F. W.
Houghton. Caroline Shawoack. the unknown
heirs and devUees of Caroline Shaw
back. deceased, ard the unknown admin
istrator or executor of Caroline Shaw
back. deceased defendant above named, hav
ing been hind in the office of the clerk of the
county court of Rock Island county, no
tice is hereby given to tne saia jonn c
Babnsen. George A. Humphrey. Mrs. F. W.
lioughton. Caroline Shawback. the unknown
heirs and devisees of Caroline Shawback,
deceased, and the unknown admiristra
tar or executor of Caroline Shawback. de
ceased, that the s.id plainiiiT. William H. Doo
nan. administrator or tne estate of r rcenck
Buckley, deceased has tiled bis petition in the
sjtid county court of Rock Island county for an
order to sell the premises belonging to the es
tate or sa'd deceased, or so much or u as my
he needed to pay the debts of sjid deceased,
and described as follows, to-wit:
The west half (H of the northwest quarter
(' of section twenty-one (-1) in township
sixteen (ItS) north ranee three (3) west of the
fourth priacip 1 meridian: also the nertheast
quarter (') uf the southwest quarter ( of
section twenty-one (-1) in townshio sixteen
G n r!h range three (3) west ortberoLrta
principal meiidian; also an undivided one-
mini ( ,ortbe south half '. or the south
west quarter ) of section twenty one
(.1). and an undivided one-third ('-.) of
the north half (-.) of the northwest
buarter (') of section t wenty-eVbt .
all in township sixteen (16) north range
three (3) vest of the fourth princioal
mer.dian. all in the county of Rock Island and
late of Illinois, ana tnat a summons nas oeeo
issued out of said court against you. returnable
at the December term. A. u.. liM). or said court.
to be holden on the fourth day of December. A.
D . 1XM. at the court house in the city of Rock
Island, in Koek Island county. Illinois.
'Now. unless you. the saw John m. Hann-
sen. George A. Humphrey. Mrs r. vt.
lioughton. Caroline Shawback. the unknown
heirs and devisees of Caroline Shawback.
deceased, and the unknown executor or
administrator of Caroline shawback. de
ceased, shall personally be and appear before
said county court of Koek I -land county, on '
tbe brst day of a term thereof, to be holden at
Rock Island, in said county, on the fourth day
of l-ecember. 18W. and p ead. answer or demur
to the said complainant s petition nled therein,
the same and tbe matters and ibiogs therein
charved and stated willbetakenas confessed,
sod a decreeentered against you according to
the prayer of said bill.
Rock Island. Illinois. Nov. i. law.
H. B. UUBBABD. Clerk.
S. Iv KwwogiBT, Complainant's Solicitor.
AN ODD TOWN IN MEXICO.
A Fle Where tne Kataniona Are tbe
Same aa Centstrles Aao.
Mirsico is becoming Americanized
and modernized In a deplorable de
gree, but In the interior there are still
towns and villages not touched by the
band of "improvement."
Tehuantepec is one of the oldest of
Mexican cities, and it Is so far away
from the beaten track of the tourist
and trader that the olden customs and
costumes remain nearly as they were
two or three centuries ago.
The two women wear a bodice or
"camisa" of white linen, wilh insertion
around the neck and sleeves of the
beautiful Mexican drawn work, which
Is bordered by embroidery of red and
green. The skirt ' is generally bright
green, closely plaited and with a deep
border .of brilliantly colored cloth or
white drawn work. A broad red sash,
"rebosa." is knotted around the waist
and falls nearly to the edge of the
nkirt. The costume Is completed by
bright green slippers. Stockings are
The headdress is remarkable. It is
called "huipil." and is made of a broad,
stiffly starched lace flounce, very full,
on a narrow yoke. The flounce ex
tends around the neck, as well as the
lower edge of the yoke, and Is drawn
over the head and around the shoul
ders, framing the face in a quaintly de
The women are fond of jewelry, and
especially of long necklaces made of
gold coins. They have control of the
greater part of the business. They
throng the markets every day, some
with native chocolate, some with flow
ers and vegetables and some with orna
ments. and native cloths. They excel
in the Mexican drawn work, and deal
ers come from all the large" cities to
buy of them.
Many of the women are handsome In
a vivid, tropical way. They are tall and
straight, with superb physical develop
ment, flashing brown eyes, olive ekin
and red lips. Brooklyn Eagle.
QUEER WAYS OF NATURE.
Where the Tortoise Is ft Barometer
and Files Eat Spiders.
The tortoise is not an animal one
would naturally fix upon as likely to
be afraid of rain, but it is singularly
so. Twenty-four hours or more before
rain falls the Galapagos tortoise makes
for some convenient shelter. On a
bright, clear morning when not a cloud
is to be seen, the denizens of a tortoise
farm on the African coast may some
times be seen heading for the nearest
overhanging rocks. When that hap
pens, the proprietor knows tliat rain
will come down during the day, and.
as a rule, it comes down in torrents.
The sign never fails. This pre-seusa-tion,
or whatever you may call it,
which exists in many birds and beasts
may be explained partly from the in
creasing weight of the atmosphere
when rain is forming, partly by hab
its of living and partly from the need
of moisture which is shared by all.
If we want to find a country where
nature has turned things topsy turvy
that is, according to our notion we
must go to Australia. Many things are
reversed lu that country. It is summer
there while It is winter in America.
Trees shed their bark instead of their
leaves; fruit has the stone, or kernel,
outside; swans are black; there is a
species of fly that kills and eats the
slider, and a fish, called the climbing
percii, tnat waiKs uenuerateiy out or
the water and, with the aid of its fins.
climbs the adjacent trees after the in
sects that infest them. When to this
we add that most of the birds have no
song and the flowers no odors, it is
easily seen that it is on the other side
of the world in more senses than one.
Wsthlnglos and tbe Indiana.
More than once Washington enter
tained Indians. Trumbull, artist lion
of the hour, had painted a full length
portrait of the president. Curious to
see the effect, Washington led a party
of full blooded Indians suddenly Into
view of it. One of them advanced and
touched the painted figure. "Ugh!" he
grunted, with suspicion. He looked
behind to see if it were really flat; dis
covered with disgust that it was. Not
one would permit Trumbull to sketch
him. The president took an amiable
walk down Broadway with the Indians
in their savage dress, paint and feath
ers, stateliness of civilization and sav
age stateliness contrasted. The dignity
of the unregenerate Indian was real.
and yet he was tickled like a child with
this opportunity for display. Leila
Herbert in Harper's Magazine.
His Was the Better.
"One day," says a writer in the Bos
ton Transcript, "the mother of a 10-year-old
boy gave him two slices of
buttered bread, telling him to give one
of them to his little sister. He carried
out the order. That night when he
went to bed be was evidently disturb
ed in his mind and remorseful about
something, and his mother questioned
him in a way to bring out the truth.
' 'I I wasn't nice- to Feggy .about
that bread and butter.' he owned.
' 'Why? asked his mother. 'Did you
take the bigger piece?
'Xo.' he answered. 'Hers was a
little bigger than my piece was, but
mine was a good deal butterer!' "
Would Be Newel.
'I would like to say something that
strikes the public as thoroughly origi
nal." remarked the politician.
"Well," answered the friend, "you
might admit that a visit of yours to
any city under any circumstances had
some political significance." Washing
Hot Eatlrely One.
"And so they were made one."
"Oh, I don't know. I " believe she
till has a mind of her own." Chicago
A" WARM RECEPTION.
Re Arrived Home Too Sooa and Did
Not Make a Good Impression.
This resident of Alfred street came
home at the end of one week instead of
three, as he intended when he started
co bis busiuess trip. He had his valise
In his hand and rang the doorbell with
"Pity you couldn't bring a gong with
you." snapped the sour faced maid
who answered the calL "What's the
sense of makin such a racket? We
don't want anything today." And she
clammed the door in a way that show
ed she didn't mind noise if she made it.
"Open that door:" shouted the angry
"Go on, now. We don't buy nothin of
peddlers, we dou't. I has my orders.
Quit kickin that door, or I'll telephone
for the police. Don't you think you
kin skeer me. Git a chase on your
self." "Let me in at once. I'm the proprie
tor of this place, the husband of your
"That's a likely story, sich a lookin
ole fruuip as you are. Make yourself
scarce now fur a baldheaded ole
He was ten times madder, because
he is 13 years older than his pretty
wife, and jumped up and down on the
veranda while he shouted, waved his
Valise aud vowed all kinds of venge
ance. Before he was placid enough to see
straight the virago was upon him with
a flatiron, and there was nothing for
him but ignominious flight. He was
just well under way when his wife ap
peared from down town and called a
halt. Of course he sailed into her for
having such a girl, gave the maid five
minutes' notice, went through the
house like a storm and could only
smile the sickliest smile when he saw
the new servant scudding through the
back gate. Detroit Free Press.
FULTON'S STEAM WARSHIP.
The Recommendation to the Gov
ernment Sinned by Noted Men.
It is interesting in the light of the
achievements of our navy in recent
years, especially those of the splendid
fighting machines propelled at the rate
of 20 miles an hour, to read the follow
ing report made during the war of 1812
on a proposition made by Bobert Ful
ton to build a steam vessel for the pro
tection of our harbors and seaboard cit
ies: New London, Jan. 3, 1S14.
We, the undersigned, liave this day examined
the model and plans of a vessel of war, submitted
by Kobeit Fulton, to carry 24 guns, 24 and S3
pounders, and use redliot shot, to be propelled by
steam at the speed of four to five miles per hour,
without the aid of wind or tide. The properties
of which vessel are: Thar, without masts or sails.
she can move with sufficient speed; that her ma
chinery being guarded she cannot be crippled;
that her sides are so thick as to be impenetrable
to every kind of shot, anil in s calm or light
breeze she cun take choice of position or distance
from an enemy. 'onsinVring the speed which the
application of steam has already given heavy
floating bodice, we have full confidence that
hhould such a vessel move only four miles per
hour, she could, under favorable circumstances,
which may always lie gained over enemies' ves
sels in our ports, harbors, bays and sounds, be
rendered more formidable to any enemy than any
kind of engine hitherto invented. And in such
case she would be equal to the destruction of one
or more seventy-foura or of compelling her or
thrm to depart from our waters. We, therefore,
give our decided opinion that it is among the
liest interests of the United States to carry this
plan into immediate execution.
On this report is the concurrence of
S. Evans, O. H. Perry, L. Warrington
and J. Lewis. Washington Star.
Peel's Advice to Yoong Men.
Mental discipline, the exercise of the
faculties of the mind, the quickening
of your apprehension, the strengthen'
ing of your memory, the forming of a
sound, rapid and discriminating judg
ment, are of even more importance
than the store of learning. Establish
control over your own minds, practice
the economy of time, exercise an unre
mitting vigilance over the acquirement
of habit. These are the arts, this Is
the patient and laborious process, by
which, in all times and in ail profes
sions, the foundations of excellence
and of fame have been laid. Extract
From Sir Robert Peel's Address to the
Students of the University of Glas
gow; From Charles Stuart Parker's
"Life of Sir Robert reel."
A new and verdant postmaster in a
small rural town had received instruc
tions to advertise all letters uncalled
for at the end of a certain length of
time. He obeyed orders by inserting
the following advertisement in the vil
lage weekly paper at the end of the
first week of his term of office:
"There are ten letters in the post
office that nobody has called for. If
them they belong to don't take notice
and call by the end of the month, the
letters will be sent to the dead letter
office. Anybody expecting letters they
ain't got can come and see if any of
these letters belong to them. AH take
People Who Sharpen Their Teeth.
Recent studies of the Kaders, a race
of short, dark skinned, curly haired
natives living lu tbe Anamalal hills
of southern India, show that they
possess a remarkable custom not else
where known In India viz, the sharp
ening of the Incisor teeth. This they
accomplish by chipping the teeth to a
point, giving them the form of cones.
Tbe first Australian newspaper, the
Sydney Gazette, was published March
5. 1803, 15 years after tbe rise of the
colony. Tbe delay was caused through
there being no printers among the con
victs, who represented every profes
sion, including the legaL
The art of self defense Is inculcated
early among some of the wilder tribes
of the Caucasus, who Instruct .. their
children as soon as they, can walk la
the use of the dagger. - .
Tbe Kind You Have Always
In use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but;
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health off
Infants and Children Experience, against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Droits and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
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and alkiys Feverishness. It cures IMarrlnva and AVind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aud natural bleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Mr CCNTAUft COMPANY, TT MUHftAV tTRCCT. NIW VORN CtTT.
Labob, Bstrroa Co. Abk. , Aug. 4.
I am 49 years old and have been suffering with
Change of Life. I had flooding spells so bad that
none thought I could live. My husband (tot me
Wine of Cardni and it saved my Hie. I am like
another person since taking it.
MRS. E. B. TOWNSEKD.
It Is the devout wish of nearly all people to live to a ripe old age.
None of us want to die young'. This universal desire can be realized if
care be taken of the health in early and middle life. A little precaution then
will add many years to our existence. Death can be kept away a long
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womanhood. As a wife she needs it to help her through the trials of
pregnancy and childbirth with as little discomfort as possible. At the
Change of Life it will help her over the dangerous place that appears in
her pathway between 40 and 50. Then will come many years of truly
blissful existence. She will grow old slowly and gracefully. To the last
she will preserve that charm and beauty which are always characteristic
UOIES ADVISORY DEPARTMEIT.
For advice In canes requiring npeetal
On eciionn. aaareM. giving Rvmrooms.
lMtm MilurTlWi'l, Th. HATTAtOOUA
KUICMiECO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
LARGE BOTTLES OF WINE O F CARDUI
SOLD FOR SI.OO BY DRUCCISTS.
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There are others, but you don't want
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Do not be persuaded to accept a sub
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JOHH K . PAJtTDOH.
Paper Hanger a,
Shop 419 Seventeenth St-
Bought, and tvhicli lias been
lias borne the slgrnatnro of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
of perlectly healthy grandmothers.
It is for women alone to decide
whether they will be healthy or
sick. The remedy for their sick
ness is close at hand.
HZHRT A. FABIDOM