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THE ABWUS, THURSDAY, MAY 31, iSJOO.
MoCASKKIM A McCASKKiat
attorneys ai La.
iftoefe Island ut Milan Roc laaee afllo.
aMKtu A Miik'i nor Milan offlfl ot
M II street.
a. oowsbi.lt a. oowf
CONNELLY 4 CONNELLY
Attorneys at Law
Money loaned OfBee ottt Thorn' crM
Bore, earner of Second eon ao hstsc
JACKSON A HUttdT
Attorney at Law
riffles la Book Island Nation si Bank Hail
WM. L. LTJTJOLFH. KOVT. - BT10J
LUDOLPH at REYNOLDS
Attorney! at Law.
ymiM in lou dli! leral business No
tarr nubile, I70 Seeoed aecue Kofor
a. a swsasrr.
3 L W4LIBB
Attorneys and Oonnawiiors at Law
Office In BencstoB Klock.
ct. siAki-a, amiiwiritL,
State's Attorney. : : : : :
SEARLE A MARSHALL.
Attorneys at Law
Transact a general leral business
MCENIRY A McENIRY
Altorneya at Law
Uu monev on rood security: nraae eotiei
lena. Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, backer
Onee, Mltcbe:i A Lynde building.
joiln k. scorr
of Rixsk Island. Boom
Mitchell A Lyi
F. li. FIRST. M D
Physician and Burrsoo
Phone on IM7. Ofllee. SM Twentleu
street. Offlce boura: 10 to It a in.; t to 4 ao
I to I d. m. Hunday. 8 JO to V to a. m.;l fv
1R. CORA EMERY KKE1)
Sneefal attention to diseases of women an.
Children, also diseases of eye. ear, nose an.
tnroai Olfleehoum v-.sn in II a. m.. I to p
m. til Sliteroth atreek, Kock Uland.
. B. BCBkHAUT, m. D
BUM. DADA M. IClIDllt. M
DBS. UURK11ART A RURKilART
Office Tremann block. Office hour 9 to i.
a. m., I to 6 and 7 to 0 p. m. .''hone No CK
Kock Island, 111. Nlgbl calls answered t'vv
C. T. FOSTER, M I).
Physician and Surf eon
Offloe between Third and Fourth avenues o
Twentieth street. Oftlce bourn: B to 1 1 a on
ttosp rn. and 7 to 9 p. m Nigtit calls froo
onee I'D one -om.
DR. 8. 11. MILLER
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
All diseases of horses and cattle treated o
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a seleullno manner. Uops treated
All ealla promptly attended to. Residence
letfl Fifth avenue. Telephone 4101 OfIlc
and lntlrtnary, 161a-lni7 Fourth avenue
(Maueker a stable), opposite No. I Ore house.
DR. 11. EMMET STEEN.
Specialist and expert In
the treatment o
nervous, private and all chronic dlseasi
aaen and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. 1 O 4, 8 to 8, Sundays 10 to It
Harrison and beoooa streets, oppowtte new
Boston s tore
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTU.
Offloe. Harper House Pharmacy. Nlfbl call
ITiOF. A. L. THOMPSON.
Psycho M.K-netic Healer
If ours 0 to I'.: I :i to rt nml
fount) avenue, between
;i to p-w.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON
Rooms II and la. Mitchell A Lyede bt-Uatcr.
Ofnee boura from 8 to It a. m. and I to 9 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR
Office hours 30 to I " a. m . I .TuSAt p. m
8lt- Muhte.-nth street. tppt)iite I'm. id o:t1ev
DRACK A KERNS.
Arehlteete and fjapenatsmdaata
Bkinaer Block. Seoond Boor.
HENRY OAETJK. iTop
OUpptannoek If araery
Oat Flowers and Deaif-aa of all KlnAa
1 REED'S iYAFIZA i
II "NIC :
FOK InL uluuu.:;
A MOTIiER'S STORY.
TcHb About Her Daughter's Ulnesa
and How She was Relieved
Two Letters to Mrs. Pinkham.
"Mrs. Pisthiam: I write to tell yon
about my daughter. She is nineteen
years oid aim is flowing all the time.
an'l has Iieen for about
three months. The doc-
tor cioes her lnt very
little troxl. if anv. I
thought I would
try Lydia 12. l'ink
Compound, but I
want your advice
before !egimiing it
vise. I have !ecomo
very much alarmed
about her. as she is
cetticg so weak."
Mrs. 31atii.ua A.
Mil!. Macon, tia.
&$.titt& May 21. ls'J'J.
"Dear Mns. Visk
ham: It attorUs me
preat plt-asure j tell
you of the bene tit my
daurrhter has reoeivel from the u?e of
Lyeiia E. rinkham's Vefretaiilo Com-
rwiiiri.I Afi-r l.iri nn i ri r the lis, of
your mci'.kine she lvjfan to mend
rapiilly and is now able to be at her
work. Her menses are regular and
almost p-iiiiless. I feel very thankful
to you and expect to always keep your
Veyetable Coinpound in ray house. It
is the liest medicine I ever knew. You
have mv tn-rmission to purdish this
letter if V'ui wish, it inavbe the means
of doinj,' otla-rs frixHx." JIi;s. Matilda
A. Camp, Manchester Mill, ilacou, Ga.,
Kepteiuber la, le'Jtf.
Cuitr1l:tofl Snle of Keal K.tate.
Jly virtue of nn iriler and decree of the
county court nf !:o l.aittl enuntv. I.llr.oi..
rn;idein th- petition of i be uiiilTs'L"!eu.M:triria
vv inf t'ii:ir,j. 1:1 .r Jierlirje n in .M:r
Mar-in tVli-iu. Kif.il Wire n nd Nieholus
.'iri.' mtii.irs. for leave to sell the re:il es
tate of Hani rumors, at the M:iV term A. !.
l-.nnt. of saul court, to-wlt: nthe h day
of May. sv. I shu 1 mi trie ii'ib tl y of June
text, at ikK hour of ten clock in the f rerm.n
of n-i.iX d.iv. sell :it icjliii.; sale at the cast d.xr
f the court houe 111 the city of Kot'lt l.sintl
In said count y. the real estate described a
'1 h ore-fourth m tirdivided irterest In the
fol'owtiiir ilescribfLl rel estate: l-'ourtren
feet ( I ft t ten iuol.es 1 li) i. t tr.ua of! til-; east
side of lot No ten and of lot .No. elev
en (I I ) except the eas fo'r.eeu feet (II ft.)
ten iceht s (Id in ) thereof, be n; the west
th rtt-eihi utn! ei;e-half feel i'.v' ft . ) of s i .1
lot No eleven (ID in t.:.". ten 111 th it
part ot the ! v an 1 count v of KoeH Island and
state of lll.uoii known as 1 houip.n ,v
Weil's aldlli.ri t.i said eit". refr n t; f-einir
had to the original pi it 01 s d addi'.lcti. or.
the follow lernis hit:
The ii ir.-r.ast-r ti i.iv The whole of the pir
chase ;lr!l at ?ne t::ne o s.jen :i c.
Uati'il tlm '.vtli 1! n of Mav. A
M u rn A v I K .1 r.Mai: of .l"se;lilne Wir.ir.
Marv Martha vV rir. I .uiii Wttii and Nichoi-
au 'irir. tnin'Ts.
I.V'i 'I. I'll & Ukvnoi.ih. Attorneys
OONNEOT8 DIRECT WITH
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
1803 SECOND AVE.
'PHONE 104 O.
A GOOD LIFT
It s for the busy housewife on baklne or Iron-
iRh' day. when khc bs fcueh fcuperror cuui to
w.rk with an our h::b cride bard and soft
coal. It Ls aiwarr st'sf jrturr. and throws
ot-1 a clean hlic from a brVht anil triowicg
Cre wtea you need lu ii.t ACtxo In both
f usl and price to patrons ta mi motto.
C G. rra.ztr.
Telephone 11 S3.
CAUGIIT BY BANDITS.
THE INCONVENIENCE OF BEING MIS
TAKEN FOR A LORD.
Wltlt Two Pairs of Kara and Posai
lily Two Lives at Stake and S'n
lUnnnni lu Slubt. the Captives He.
elded It Ws Time for Ifosiacaa.
ICorjTlKht. I:jO. by C. B. Lewis.
If an American wants to -to abroad
on a cash capital' of there is no
law to tirevcnt. even if he is a news
paper man who has saved and econo
mizes! for six or seven years to get that
much wealth together. When I started
out witli my friend J ilia in. who was
an artist instead of a journalist, and
had .." less capital as well, we took
stecraso passage on a steamer and
planned to do Kurope on foot and avoid
all extravagances. As to how we pot
along until we struck .; recce and si
certain event happened is of no great
consequence. We trainied here and
there, ate, slept and had a fairly good
I'rom Athens we went on a tramp up
tl.e country, viewing tombs and ruins
by the way, and after putting in two
days at Marathon we started out -one
morning for. a hamlet called Ilistro
plius. We were tirst met by about a
dozen dogs of all sizes, ages and colors,
and each one a worse looking dog than
the one who came after. After we had
cln! lived the pack off we were charged
down tip.'in by nine children of various
sizes and ages, all of whom needed
soap and water. They rallied around
i;s for small coin, and not getting any
they fell back and gave f.mr women :l
chance. Wo got rid of the latter to
encounter three men. mi" of whom
could speak a liti'o Knglish. They
wore dirty, ragged villains, who did not
hesitate to threaten us. and not a word
could we get out of them about the
ruins until we had come down with
backshish. (lillam started out after
r. bit to do some sketching, while I
found ft place to take a nap. and th
inhabitants of llistrophus finally got
out of l.i cat h begging for coins ami
trying to get us to buy a skeleton old
goat for ?2 and went back to their Ilea
At the end of two hours I was awak
ened liy some one giving me a smart
kick on the hip. and I roused up to see
that we had been taken prisoners by
four brigands. The fellows had come
lowii off the mountains, about four
miles away, having probably been no
tified by a messenger troin the village.
1 have many times read of the pictur
esque fircck brigands, but the four
who gobbled us up that day must have
one out of the picturesque business
some weeks previous. J lie' were a.
ragged, ugly lot. no better than tin
men of the vilJagw. and wo were lar
more disgusted witli tlieir tireauis man
tfraid of their knives. The leader spot
Knglish fairly well, and I have always
felt grateful to him on that account
All leaders of Creek brigands should
learn three or four languages before
proceeding to business, as it is a great
hell) toward an understanding about
identity, money matters and so forth,
It was the leader who had kicked me,
which I have always taken as a com
pliment, and as I pat up he saluted mo
and said: '
Mv lord, von will please consider
yourself a prisoner ami come aion
I'.ut don't make any mistake on
mo," 1 replied. As near as i can
make out from this short range you
I am r.obetto." he said as he laid
his hand on his heart and bowed low.
i:.cuso me that I never heard of
you before. You are a brigand and in
it for money, an 1 this is your baud?"
-Mv lord is correct."
"Xow, about this lord business. Let
us have an understanding. uno tio
you take me for?"
An Kuglish lord, my lord. I have
been expecting yon for several days.
The name I cannot pronounce, but I
know von to be the gentleman. Have
no fears for your safety, as it will be
a case of ransom."
This is kind of you. If you take
me lor an i.ngiisn iori, who io you
make this other chap to be?"
Your companion, sir. 1 1 is name I
heard, but cannot give it. lie will also
be held for ransom."
Then we started off to the west. The
particular retreat of this band was
half way up a mountain, and consisted
of two brush huts and a lire in front
f them. We were in no manner ill
used. They could have robins! us of
our few dollars and personal property.
but they did not even search us for
weapons. As soon as we had arrived
at the huts, however. Ilobetto brought
out statiouerv and commanded me to
write to the English minister at
Athens and obtain the sum of S.'io.fxjo.
IVdh Gillam and I burst out laughing:
at this demand, and after a little I
said to the leader:
Of what use to play the fool In this
matter? As I told you before, we are
Americans, and oor men at that. We
can raise about i-JoO apiece, but not
ni ithcr cent, and if you take that wo
shall have to turn brigands and com-jH-te
with you in business."
"You may lc Americans, but you are ;
my lord just the same, rc
"I'.ut there are no titles In America,
If I should write to the American min
ister, he would take it as a joke. You
haven't pot a soft snap in this thing.
old fellow. Had you got hold of Uwk-
e feller. tJonlJ or Vanderbilt vou might
have made a raise and bought a garlic
factory, but we are almost down to
ha nil an
i. Sorry for you but you can't J
hit it. even In the brigand busi-
"Hut you must write. persisted the1
wooden headed rascaL "You must
write to the American minister that if
be does not send ns $10,000 by our
messenger your ears will be sent him In
I read tbe letter to Boberto after It
was written, end ho was perfectly sat-
isiied that it would fetch the cash in
rcnlv. Ir wn sent off bv a messenger.
who woiil.! Im e-oue at least ten days. I
n.i itien wn w.-nt into "retirement,
It 13 the rule with all brigands who
have a prisoner oa hand to lie low and
lake no cieioees 1 thought it well to
prepare this gang for a disappointment,
and when the messenger had departed
I told them that he would only have
the journey for nothing.
"It cannot bo for nothing." trimly re-
plied Robot to as he brought out a knife
and felt of its edges. "If no money
comes, then your cars go to Atliens! If
they fail to bring it, then we will scud
on your heads:"
Sentinels wore posted on the hills
around to prevent a surprise, and we
had nothing to do but loaf alvout. Ro
betto thought he knew the game of
poker, and it was for us to undeceive
him. In three days Gillam and I had
won every cent he had. Wo offered to
put up S'-'OO against our ears, but the
brigand assured us with great dignity
that it wasn't regular. Alniut onee a
day I thought it my duty to inform
Robetto that we were moneyless Amer
icans and that there was nothing in it
for him. and he always replied to ine
with a lift of the eyebrows and a shrug
of the shoulders and the words:
"Time will tell, my lord; time will
Cell. It dins happened that I have had
to send ears and head to Athens be
fore." For the first live days of our captivi
ty we'wero closely guarded, and there
could '1m? no thought of escape. Then,
ns we-appearcd to make ourselves at
home, the vigilance of the brigands
was relaxed. While only four had been
concerned In our capture, there were
really six in the baud. One of them
had a broken leg, and the other was
acting'as a nurse. Two sentinels were
always stationed at points half a mile
away, and occasionally a brigand fell
asleep during the day. I think it was
on the eighth day and at about 3
o'clock In the afternoon when the bri
gand nurse was sent for provisions.
As two were acting as sentinels and
a third was lying helpless, this left
only two men to deal with. One of
these was Robetto, and he sat with his
back to a rock dozing with the heat
of the day. jillam was lying on hi.s
back, while I was looking carelessly at
a Greek newspaper. All of a sudden
the artist sat up and whispered to me:
"Let's end this right here and now!
You tackle the leader, and I'll go for
the other fellow:"
The "other fellow" was at the fire
heaping the brands together. We rose
up in unison and made the attack. I
gave tld Robot to a kick on the jaw
which -.knocked him over and caused
dolcfuli howls, and Gillam hit his man
Fuch a blow on the neck ns to render
him unconscious for half an hour
There vere two guns in camp, and we
seized them and made for the high
way, only a mile distant. I'.efore tie
parting I gave the leader a tap on the
head to quiet his yells, and so far as
know wo were not followed a rod.. W
reached the highway just in time to
get a lift in a passing cart and in a cou
ple of hours were in Marathon. As to
the letter, it was delivered at the con
Filiate, but was looked upon as a joke
and the messenger sent off empty
handed. We might have lost our ears
on his return, but were not there to
have them sliced off. Robetto died
two years later, as I read in the pa
pers, and it is said that he was badly
disligurcd by a broken jaw the one
"my lord" gave him with an American
calfskin shoo. M. Quad,
tVnlt Whitman's Pride.
Whitmans grandmother was a
Quaker, and the bard had been all his
life used, Quaker fashion, to sitting in
the house with his sombrero on if it
suited him to do so. One day, with
friend, he entered the ploomy and half
empty precincts of Trinity church.
New York, and took a back seat in the
obscurity and for a moment forgot
to remove his hat or was probably just
about to do so when an otlicious verger
stopped up and requested him to take
Walt, a man of immense pride, not
seeing fit to do so instantaneously or
lH-ing very slow in his mental proc
esses, was taking the matter into con
sideration for a second when the
verger ku.ckod the offending hat off
his head. Walt picked up the hn;
felt and. doubling it together, smote
the fellow vigorously twice or thrice
witli it on the head and slowly left
the church, the r-d faced sexton fol
lowing and threatening him with the
law. Roston Transcript.
Crosses and Thieves.
Several years after the close of the
civil war a reception was held in
Lynchburg, Ya.. to commemorate somo
national event, says V. Halscy In I.ii
pincott's Magazine. Many men wore
there assembled who had fought in the
war. Among them was a major or a
Massachusetts r giment, who. meeting
General Jubal Early of the Confeder
ate army, cordially greeted him.
Pointing to Lis own decorations, the
major said. "Ah. general, you see we
have all the crosses now."
Yes," replied the old general. "In
it you are f,ijen times they hung thieves on cross
pliod Ro- . cs Xow they ha us crosses on thieves."
The Missionary's ft use.
Cannibal Kir g Rring on the big grid
dle and let's roast this fellow.
Captured Missionary O king, bat
give me a dose of quinine !efore I die!
You see, I am a victim of the habit. I
consume three ounces of quinine every
Cannibal King I pass this fellow op.
i cnn st!ll taste that quinine fiend we ,
rt.Q ttfl to"n r 1 1 1 ri t li u n t
After the lUnrjBiooB.
She You married me for spite.
lie Well. If any one heard you talk
ing to tae nowadays he'd say I hadn't
married la yaln. Syracuse IleralJ,
AROUND ABOUT FOSTER
Budget of Mlneellaneoas Hews and Uoa-
Foster, May 30. Miss Cora Chris
t-ian has returned to Muscatine,
Miss Aces Shuttler closes In
spring term of school at No. 2 t hi
Miss lassie t.arvin jjave a pirty
lor her menus last Saturday cvenino
at her home.
The Baptist Sunday school will
. bold its annual picnic in Foster
irrove Saturday, June 16
( The German M. P. Sunday school
. 13 preparing a program for Children
day, to be rendered Sunday, June 10,
The phones for the new line wore
put in last week ly hrank Reynolds
but as yet the line is not connected
with other lines, as the exteusion
bell for the switch at central has not
Quite a little excitement prevailed
for a short time Monday noon at Mrs
Reynolds, a lire havin; broken out in
the Milliliter houe in some unac
countable manner. The blaze wa
soon extinguished and no scriou
damage was done.
rerdinand Mewes had quite a riin
away last Sunday. He am! his chil
tiren n:ti spent mo day with Henrv
Krueger. of Ferdinand, and were gel
ting ready to start home when a hard
clap of thunder frightened the horses
and they made a wild dash for libcrtv
and succeeded in getting loose and
running about two miles, ike
was uomoiisncu and me horses re
ceived several cuts and bruises.
Joslin. May 31. Several schools are
arranging for a joint picnic in tin
F. J. Whiteside lost a valuable
horse the other evening.
W. K Donahey has purchased two
horses, a trotter and a pacer.
Miss Clara Heahi will ri this week
to take care of Mrs. Frank Dailev,
who is sick.
Miss Lint L?es, of Coal Valley
will hmsh her school term at Willow-
vale this week.
Mr. and Mrs. William l'.iyne Sun
laved with Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Os
borne and family.
Mrs. C. M. liubbart p.iid a
to the tri-citics Frid iv.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adams and
ily Sundaved with Mr. and
Frsnk Taulbce at Wake.
Miss Clara Heald. of Divenport
Sundaved with her pirents, Mr. and
Mrs. Scth lleald.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson spent Satur
day and Sunday with relitives in
Two weeks from Sunday there will
no t-'iniurcn day exercises at Joslin
Mr. and Mrs Jesse Nicholson visit
ed last Sunday with Dr. Real's family
John Ieasure was in Port Byron on
business last Saturday, and said the
heavy rains had interfered vol v much
witli corn planting.
The Royal Neighbors who did not
attend meeting Saturday last niisseil
a great treat. At the "close of the
meeting Neighbors Osborn and H uiiia
served lunch, with candy and ligs for
dessert, which wasivery much appre
ciated by those in attendance.
Memorial day was line in Port ..By
ron and just as much interest was
manifested in the decoration of irraves
as on any former occasion. Rev.
Schultz, of the Methodist church, ad
dressed a iratherinir very intercsiino--
iv :u it. ;. u. nan ironi whence a
procession was formed to the ceme
The ball game, over whieii m much
interest has been nuiiiifetlcd. between
Clinton acd the Port Byron Bines, al-
Ihough Ihe weather was threatening,
was played Wednesday afternoon and
resulted in favor of Port Byron by a
score of 12 to 0. It is estimated th-U
there weie 1,000 spectators to ace the
Notice to Coutrartora.
Sjaled proposals will le reeeived at
the city clerk's ollice Rock Island, III.,
until Monday, June 4, 1SJ00, at o
o'clock p. in., for constructing the
improvement ordered by an ordinance
of the city of Rock Island passed May
21, r.t'M), entitled an ordinance for
the construction of a sewer aloii"
Eighth avenue from the sower now'
laid along Twenty-seventh street to
the west line of Twenty-ninth street.
Plans ami specifications can be seen
at the city clerk's ollice.
All bids must be accompann.d with
certified check in the Mini of one
hundred ($100), payable to the order
of the mat or of ibis citv. i it case the
bidder sha.l fil to enter into contrac
within -20 days after the awarding- of
Rock Island. HI.. May 25. 1900.
W.M. M Co.NO' I! IK,
Pres. Board of Iocal Improvements.
Tortnrrrt a t Iton.a.
Intense suffering was endured by
witness i. Ij. aiarim, oi iJixic, Ky
before h gave this evidence:
coughed every night till my throat
was nearly rnw; then tried Dr. Kinsr'i
New Discovery which gave instant re
tel. I rave used it in my faimiv for
four veais and recommend it as the
creatcst remedy for coughs, col-is and
all throat, chest and lung- troubles, it
will stop the worst cough, and not
onij prevents nut aosoluleiy cures
consumption. Price 50 cents and $1.
Every loit!o guaranteed. Trial bot
tles free at Hart, ot Ul'emever'a drug
To Heal a Hart
LVe Banner Salve, the great healer.
It's guaranteed for cuts, wounds,
sores, piles and all skin diseases. At
Bsan th ? l&lsA Yw Haw jm?n Eacjlc
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Tho Kind Yon Ilavo Always
in uso for over SO years,
ttVV 'J'r stmal Miporvisiuii since its infancy.
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All Conntorfcits, Imitations ami 'Tust-as-i;MMl" arc but
Experiments that trillo with ami enilaiigcr tho health of
Infants and Children Fx porieiu-o against i:poriineiit.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, laro
gorie, Droits ami Soothing Syrups. It is lMcasaut. It
contains neither Opium, 3torpliiuo nor other Nareotic
fsuhstanee. Its age is its jruarantee. It destroys Worm
iiml, allays Feverihiiess. It euros Diarrluea and Wind
Colk. It relieves Teethitivr Troubles, cures Constipation,
and Flatulency. It assimilates the I1. regulates tho
Stomach and ltowels, giving' healthy ami natural tdecp.
The Children's JPanaeea Tho Mother l'rieml.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
t r, i. j J .
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC ttNTi'J R COMPANY, TT
St. Louis A. li. C. Itohi'mun is
brewed and bottk'd unjer theduect
supervision of the world's most
expert hrewtr; in quality it
Stands alone; there being no
other brand of
beer to com
pare with it
A. 1). HUKSING. Wholesale
III every harbor and on all the
dangerous waters of the world
whore ships go, the deep is dotted
with brave old bells which cry out
warning to all mariners as tho pow
erful waves rot k them to and fro.
Through mist and through f"g,
through smiiMig calm and thunder
ing st'irius tho faithful bells peal
iut their message throughout tile
day and throughout the night.
XSW, Jsm' - ' f BREWING CO. I M JJa
As the bell I'tioys, warn the mari
ner of the deep of its dangers and save him from terrible death, so docs
r. Bell's PINE
irn and save the tra
There is not a Oi;i).:h .so bad that
so weak that it cannot strengthen
chit is or Astlim.i so severe that
cure. It ih.'ikos the LjUiigs r.ip.alue of inhaling vigorous, healthy air,
and of convert ing it into rich, red life bl.iod. It Ih-.iIs and sooth,;,
and strengthens the inflamed air passages, buiiding up brio, strong
tissue and i renting resi,tive force. It is good for every ih-.i ,i:
which could atli--.' pulmonary organs. In-ginning v.itii Vhoi .ling
Cough a nd (. r u: ; and ending w i t ii Coiisii mpt ion. It i . vo m i r vi lot is
a remedy tint it is to be found at any druggist's, and pre-.cribrd
by a great many physicians.
For Sale at Bahnson'd Drug Store.
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
A!l the very latest novcltic in spring suiting wiil be
found now, on display at (ins Knglin's. Spring units
f 1, f-'O. f'2 and 2-0 and upward. Call and cxHUiine.
.jkiL-.i'S. DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
CHEAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
J llll M PaBIDOr.
far;idon & son
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Psper tlzngers, Ctlclmtners, Etc
fliop 419 Sevecteesth St. Eock Iilinl,
Bought, ami wlm 1 1ms lccn
lias liorno tlio sitrn:f i.r f
has boon inailo under his imt-
!WUflY TWrrT. MEW VrlNII CITV.
Dealer, Hook Island, III.
- TAR -
,-i 1 rs on t he grea t or ca n rif Heal th.
cannot in i i it ; t !u -re are no Lungs
thou. I her
it will not r
is no case of Hn.ii
1 ieve a nd oven t ii.i 1 1 V
- Sfe - ?Wairi
Cor. Fourth avenue und Twent iet h St.
IK03 Sftroncl ao
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