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Uy gwertlieart is the daintiest thins olive.
o fair is she it malcea me half afraiJ
kert, all unwitting, some harsh touch of mi do
Bay mar hw fragile form my wiusoino maid
I lire in tear lest gome rudo, w&nd'rini; win 1
Her floating ringlets may too roughly part;
I tremhlf lest the suo too warmly kins
The cheek of her, my dove, my dearest hH
Within her eyes there dwells a mysf ery,
A depth unfathomeU as I gaze ami raze.
That tlraweth forth my very soul from iu
Leaving me lost in wondering amaze.
I niarvl touch from what still, secret iwvtcs
This fountains feed, that look so darkly deep
Vet limpid as a mountain stream at dawn.
Whore uuborn thunders lie and lightnings sleep.
At touch of her soft hand iny heart Ians forth
An it would burst its narrow prisoa liars.
I did not dotal u suc-'i wealth of tnvmess
Could dwell ia hearts this sida th twinkling
r'or my sweetheart is new; my love is nsw
Tliis love of nil my life the dearest part.
Scam; hiis she tri J to fashion words, but sJ le
Learned first to say, Tm niamfaa's own t.weet-hcart-
C wi:u!s. Mow softly that you chill her not !
0 siiiilK-ams. touch with care that perfect face!
C I'.mcrs and hirdd, come hither, one and all.
It' you would learn some new, more witching
Ah. ran you wonder that I live In fear
lst, swing her, the envious hem-ens part
Ai! take her In her loveliness from me,
iiy rarest, fairest blossom, sweet my heart?
Harriet I Garvin in Housekeepers' Weeily.
A QUARTER PAST SIX
"Xo. I can't pet to sleep with one in the
foom. And yet a clock once saved mr Hfp
-after it had tome near making me lose
As he spoke, Lieut. Halford lifted a
dainty little timepiece from its position in
the centur of the muntel, and carried it oil
to the closet, where he deposited it on one
01 the slioives.
"Nonsense, Frank!" rejoined his room
fellow for the night, an old time school
mate. Grant Young. "You're the last man
I wonld ever accuse of heinir fussy."
"Not having heard my clock story, you
re, of course, ignorant of the fact that I
ws once tried for murder."
"See here, Frank, don't tnfle with a. fel
low's nerves on a night like this."
Then, seeing that his friend's face was
deeply serious, Young added, "Go on,
"It was shortly before I joined the army,
tnd when 1 was out in Arizona prospect
ing with a party from Denver. We had
struck a good thing near the little town
with the most inappropriate name of Blue
bell. It was a newly settled place, and set
tled with souio pretty poor material, too.
A vein of silver had been struck in the hill
close by, and the town sprang up like a
sky rocket. You needn't knit your brews,
Grant, and try to recall t he place; the ein
proved a very short one. and Bluebell's
soaring soon crime down like a stick, and
now I doubt if there are a dozen families
"At the time of which I speak, however,
Bluebell was a city of considerable preten
sionsfor its kind, It boasted a hotel
with two rooms, a shaving saloon with a
regular barter's chair, and a small tai or
in? establishment, as the sin had it,
which we fellows of the Buby Mine found
a great improvement on amateur darns
and button fastenings.
"This tailor shop was kept by a German,
named Bilsing, one of the most repulsive
looking men I have ever seen. He was
hort, almost a dwarf in size, with fingers
like talons and a nose that was almost a
perfect beak. He was surly and disagree
able, but lieing :t good workman, and hiv
ing a mouopoly of the trade, he did a thriv
ing business. Bat he was avaricious ta a
degree, and resorted to all sorts of devises
to extort pay that was not due him.
"One afternoon I had cone to his place
to have a rent in my coat lining sewed tip.
While he was at work on it, not wishing
to be detained in the shop longer than I
could help, I asked him how much it would
be, and on his answering 25 eenta took a
quarter from my pocket and laid it on t he
table in front of him. When the job was
finished I put on my coatand was about to
hurry off when Bilsing called after me:
'Say, you go off mitout leaving me sonie
dings. It cost dwenty-five cent.'
" 'I paid you once,' I retorted.
" 'No, you did not,' he insisted, and then,
rather than have a fusB with the man, I
paid him over again, and took occasion at
the same time to tell him plainly that I
knew he was cheating me.
"Jack Darling and Nate Gray, two mi n
ers from Bluebell, happened in while Bil
sing and I were in the thick of it, for the
impudent fellow answered back, and I con
sidered myself luoky to gat out of the place
without having to resort to my muscles to
defend myself. Aa I walked back to o ir
claim I vowed never to go to the shop again;
you can imagine, then, how annoyed Iwu
when I discovered that I had lost a locket
from my watch chain.
"It contained a picture of my mother
which I prized most highly. I had noticod
that the ring by which it was attached to
my chain was wearing perilously thin, and
had determined to file it through, take the
locket off, and put it away safely till I hud
an opportunity of having it fastened on by
a jeweler. But I had delayed to do this,
and now the thing was gone.
"Could I have lost it at Bilsing's shop?
I asked myself. I remembered that I htd
been leaning against the work table, the
edge of which would come jus; about
wlitire the locket had lieen. I resolved to
return at ouce said make a search, deeply
I disliked the idea of interviewing tl e
"I turned and retraced my steps, walk
ing slowly, with my eyes on the grounU.
But I saw no sign of my locket on the way.
Just before I reached i king's place I
looked at my watch to pee how much time
I had before supper, and saw that it was
twenty minutes to C.
"The irascible German was seated cross
legged on his table, busily at work, whe a
" 'Veil, vat you vant now?' he grantei
out when he saw me.
" 'I think I dropped a locket on the floor
here,' I answered, and began to searcii
among the litter under the table. 'You
didn't see it, did you?' I added,, when
three minutes' hunt proved barren of re
sults. " Yur dink I steal him, eh?' he snarled,
dropping his work and beginning to glaw
" 'No; I didnt say so! I returned. I
might hare added that I thought so, bn;
he scarcely gave me any time to do any
thinking, for all at once he burst out with
ft torrent of brutal Invective.
"He sprang down from the table, and I
thought he was going to strike me. I
squared off and made ready to defend my
self, and in that instant the door opened
and a man entered the shop. lie was quit;
a young feliow and had a pair of trousern
over his arm, which he flung down on th
counter, raging something in German, and
then got out s quickly as possible. Bil
sing's attention was momentarily diverted
from me by this episode, and I seized the
opportunity to Uke myself off, satisfied
tbat I cr: i M get nothing out of the mas in
his pre mood.
" 'PerLaiis I did not lose the locket there,
after all,' I reflected, and spent twice the
usual amount of time it took me to reach
our camp by making a thorough inspection
of the path. But I did not find the locket.
I said nothing to the fellows about my
afternoon's experience, but quietly made
up my mind to make another visit to the
tailoring establishment later on in the hope
that I might Ond its owner in a c:ore rea
sonable frame of mind.
"The next morning we had heard that
Bilsing was dead, and before nooa I was
arrested on the charge of murdering him.
He had been found in a heap on the floor
of hw shop by John Draper, who had stop
ped in to order a pair of trousers made at
twenty ruinate past C. He had a bruise on
the side of his head, and my locket was
found on the i!oor by his side.
"An investigation was made by a com
mittee of citizens there was no law to
speak of in Bluebell. Darling and Gray
were very reluctantly obliged to testify
that they had seen me quarreling with the
German that very afternoon, and, to crown
all, they had unearthed that fellow who had
rushed in with a pair of trousers to be re
paired, who turned out to be one Herman
Olgreich. and who swon that he had seen
me standing up before Bilsing in a threat
ening attitude at a quarter past 8.
" 'But I had left the shop a good half
hour before that.' I insisted, when I heard
this. 'I remember that fellow coming in,
and I am sure that it couldn't have been
more than ten niinuf to 6 at the Terr
"But even as I spoke I rcmenibered with
a shudder that I would find it difficult to
prove my assertion, for on recount of my
search by the way for the luoket I had
taken, as I hnve sii.l, twice the usual
length of time to goi tck to oar enrop, so
that the tr.u.imony of my mtes there as to
the time of my arrival would avail me
nothing. J.ick Dinginan, my chum, did
all th.u mortal man coal 1 do, and the rest
of the fellows iu our claim scoured Blue
bell in sunrrh of witnesses who might be
able to prove that I was not in Biking's
shop at a quarter past 6. But it was no
use. The only thing gained by it was the
discovery of a trampLsh sort of fellow who
said be ha1 stepped in at the tailor's estab
lishment alout 0 o'clock to get rt light for
his pipe, and found Bilsing alone, and ap
parently all right.
" 'Now, if yon coul.l only prove that that
Olgreich fellow is wrong, and that you are
right about the time of your being with
Bilsing, we could get you clear in a jiffy,'
Jack assured me.
"But that was the worst of it. I couldn't
prove it, and of course, under the circum
stances, Olgreich's word would be believed
before mine. The case agiunst me looked
blacker and blacker. Money was found to
be nJssing from Bilsing's place, and so to
the mind of nearlv all i
dent that I had choked the German to
death in an ungovernable fit of passion,
and disdained to flee after the ded had
been committed, trusting to my good name
to save me from even the suspicion of be
ing implicated in the affair. The finding
of my locket among the shreds of cloth on
thefl oor had betrayed roe.
"There was no jail in the place, of course,
so I was detained iu a well guarded room
at the hotel. My friends were allowed to
come in and see me at intervals, but, as
you can imagine, these interviews were
anything bnt cheerful ones. At last the
day of the so called formal trial came, and
all my worst fears were realized as the
case progressed. All the little flaws I had
picked in the array of evidence against me,
and charged the boys to bring np when
the time came, were 'snowed under by the
preponderating evident on the other side.
Suddenly Jack Dingm&r. sprang to his
feet, and I imagined he had thought of a
new line of evidence. But he said nothing;
only hurried out of the room, carrying my
last sb red of hope with him.
" 'He can't bear to stay and bear me con
victed,' I told myself.
"But I was wrong. In five minutes Jack
was back again, out of breath, but with a
look in his eyes that set my heart to throb
" 'Will you please call Herman Olgreich
back to the witness stand?' be said to the
man who was acting the part of judge.
"Amid a good deal of wonderment about
what might be coming, Jack turned to the
German youth and asked:
" 'How did you know that it was quarter
past 6 when you saw the prisoner in Bu
sing's shop? You have no watch, I believe,'
M I looked at the clock,' was the reply.
" 'What is Jack driving at?' I asked my
self. 'Surely this has all been gone ovor
" 'Where were you standing when you
looked at the clock?' went on Dingmau.
" 'In the doorway. It was just as I waa
going in,' replied Olgreich.
"Jack brought hw hands together with
a smack. 'That settles it. I miess.' he ex
claimed. 'But there is just one more
question I should like to ask, How could
VOn tell the t.imfl if van rrnt nn frt.K.
than the doorway, because the clock at
til wing-a is over it?'
" 'Whv. sure enough.' answered the nn.
suspecting witness promptly. 'There is a
loobong glass DebinU UiLsing e table, and I
saw the clock reflected there.'
" 'Which turned the hands round and
made it seem to you quarter past 6, when
it was really quarter before, 6!' and Jack
rushed toward me with hand outstretched.
"It was as if a bombshell had been burst
is that improvised court room. There was
a complete revulsion of nutriic
in my favor, and it scarcely needed the
testimony oi tue trnmpiHii individual who
wanted a light for his pipe to clear me.
"Sosnicion now Leinir turned li:irk nnnn
itself, so to speak, a doctor was procured,
and an autopsy held on the dead mat,
which established the fact that he had
died of an apoplectic stroke.
And now do you wonder, Grant, that I
am a lietl. u.naitiva tj t tm tinVinft rt
clock, even though, as I said, one did save
"It wasn't the clock, Frank, but the
wm i - ivKuin I ir? r h oast and Vnnnor aaTiiw-
1X111 V'l W IWriU UIU VU(V OBUVO, A. VUU DOM W
ered slightly as he sat up on the lounge
and looked at his watch, to find that it waa
just midnight. Vignettes, Real and Idoal.
Frontier Cooking. .
"What shall we eat, and what shall we
drink and wherewithal shall we be
clothed?" are pretty important questions,
especially to army officers' wires upon the
frontier. Mrs. Custer says that ft was "a
charming sight" when the men returned
from a hunt. Eliza, the cook, ran to the
door, and her frugal eye took in the gam
at once. She used to say: "For massy1
sake. Miss Libbie, aint I glad that the gin-
nel's got a deerl I've eat so mucb bee!
since I came to live with you that I 'specie
to bellow and grow horns fob I get back to
God's land. 'J
ImIv Cwho has determined to rid her pet
dog of fleas) Hare you anything that will
Tim ovist's New Bov Yes m. but it'll
make yT skin szaxt. Good News.
1 1 i
RckBeadaeheand-reuovqaS thetronbifla mof
dtt to a biliooa state of Uis vntsm. auch S3
XHtzlnra, Nausea, Drowtioaan. Dunrma aftar
eating. Pain iu Um 81 1o,c While their moat
jemstsaMo booms has Wa feoowa ia coring
Beaftaehe, yet Carter's Lifla Uw VOn era
equally valiublo in Constipation, eiiriag mad pr
vmtiiig Ui is annoying co uipUlal. white tony alaa
eorrocl all disorders or the lomacliKiimibkto th
unsrHNnggitHUtDOTW, UVUO IX latj OlLf
f Acbsthey wonld bealmoat prionleaa to Cheta wfyj
leoifer from thtadistmuangcompUint; butfortq
"'T'"'Trri1n '"ii-'iii Ih-irn.iiiilrhi
waooooetry thorn will find thalltUe pills valo
stblaiasoinany wavs that they will not ba W1V
ling to do wubont them. But after aUsickfeo!
(is the bane of wo many lives that hora Is wnnre
loth nra do not.
I Carter'a Utile Liver Pitta are wy croaTl an4
wry easy to take. One or two pills makes dose.
Obey are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
parjjn, bat by their grotto action pteaae all w!v
naethem. InrialsatSSoenta: five for $1. Sold
by draggiata everywhere, or aunt by maiL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PHI. SMALL DOSE. SHALLPRK2
MI M f, ' C-M
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ASK TOTTS GROCER FOR IT.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, PtoAnaacist
PaascKraeHs a BrxciAirr.
Fourth Ae. and Tweatv-TLird St.
17 REMEMBER flf?
a LONG 1
JVA IS THE NAME OF THAT Li 11
That Cares CATARRH, HAY-FIVER, COLD in
tbe HEAD, SORE THROAT, CANKER,
Price muoo. Pint Bottles.
For Sale by leading Druggists.
PBXPa&KD OSLT ST
Kl'mck Catarrh & Bronchial Remedy Co.
62 JACKSON ST.. CHICAGO. ILL.
r f Impart- .l i t iil; nt tr intjxiivri. y to :bfkia- ft
aii liy r.'.l iirt-i t witiniptrl - th.oruuuiu f or id cti.
tn R Cam pa try
SBRE C r SEMINAl, MIRVOOS
1 and D8IM1IV TBOUllfl la lOIlM..
i 'JCCX? PIDDLC-AOCS 4 Oil Mtl. d
wm um want hm id It ueca
aa4 pcraMMoUFtarwit Hwdan. Udata
trial by nun mall for u Clrolu IM
THilPEini DRUG CO
Protect Your Eyes.
MARIOS' OPTICAL GO'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
M and M Kaldea Lanejf. T. Braaeh tHsrioa,
Ind. For aaie mjT U. Thomaa, IrrQKXlat, Rock
J. M. GASPARD,
Library BuBtfag, IH van port. Iowa, Call for
t1m"- and mm work before coins to Chicago
SCHOOL OF $?n."
"9itaat1oQ.waatc4"a4 "Help" waaUhaaerted
ooe week la the Datit Aaeca FAKK.
For Sale. Rent. Bicaaaxe aad Mieeellaaraaa
wanta inserted oae day at le per wjrd; three
dayaat c per word and oae week at He per
drlx addUt', honla Bock I.Uad. weat of
Milan road. Bcqml at So. 116 8eco. 4 aveaie.
NICLT FURNISH D ROOM FO TWO
Irentiemea at ?r Tweatieth atreet.
WAKTKD A HTCATIOW AH KNOIMEKR
bj a competent joonf, maa who ia eteadr
aod capab; caa faroiah beet of reftrrace. Ad
dreai 1613 Second avetae.
WANTED A ROOM-MATS BT AN BNGI
aeer, a Beat f araiabed front room, lilt Third
avraoe, uad, who only occapje it It taia a
month for W; or for two rentleaea $S per
WANTED CKNKRAL STATE AO E JIT TO
open beadqaartcra ia eoaie principal city, ac
aaaie ezcloa-.ve control of oar bn.me and ap
otnt local aid aah asrnu la every city ia tblt
tate: roods well known etaale aa ana.
veraal deaiaad, and pay a net pro St of p) io inf)
r. ' T""- warm, .
sraaaway. new lore.
1200.00 and Upwarda
For ale, secured oa laai vcrOi troo.
.'i.rf to fire timet Ue ajsoutt
of is lota.
Intereat T per cent veal aaneaTj, coHacted acj
rea.uig tree c. caarra.
Fa. W. HURST.
Attosnxt at La vt
ROCK 1SLAKD. V.Z.
THE HOUSE SAYIK8S UU
(Charted by Ue LejteUrare or Hliso.)
MOLINE, - IX.LS.
Opea daily from t A. M. to I F. M-. aad oa Taea
day atid balarilar BveaLars fro a " to
Interest allowed on Desposits at tbe rate
of 4 per Cent per Ar.nnm
Deposits received in amoaat3 of
$1 and Upwards.
TVa prrrata property of the Tmrtee ia ri-poa-ibteto
the depomtora. TheoAcera are p-o&iM-ted
from borrowing any or ita moneya. Misort
and married women protected by apocal law.
Omcn:-. W. Wnrwcc, Freaideot; Poa
mstaiii, Vice President; C. F. Uibiswat,
TarTBza: S. W. Wheclock, Porter "Uancr,
C. r. Uemenway, J. Silaa Leaa, Q. B. Edwards.
Hiram Darling, A. 8. Wryrht. i. 8. Kcalor, L.
a. Hfrnenway, C. Vl--xthnm.
tV The otly chartered tevingsBa&k In Bock
ALL EJTDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A apectaSy of furnishing aS klada
af Btorea with OaaUnga ot t acuta
A MACHINE SHOP
baa been added where nU klada of mac
work wUl he dona lrat-claae.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNINQ BROS., Propts.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Having parchaaed the
Property whlcn he baa had refitted for the ho
tel bwameae, ia now prepared to acoam
mrwlila hranjient gnaaU.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prieea.
He is !ao engaged ia tha
at tbe same place with a coelce lot of Oroceriea.
, Farm prodnce a apecial.
Sepreaenta. aaona; eher It triad aaa well
known Fire Inennnce Compania bm f oUownvg :
Royal Insurance Company, of Borland.
Weechester Fire Ina. Company of N. Y.
Boitalo German Ina. Co., Bnflalo, K. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Kochoatar. M. T.
Citiaena Ina. Co.. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ban Fire Omoe. London.
IT man Ina. Co., of California.
Security Ina. Oo Hew Havwa, Cwnm.
Mllwaakae af ecaaaica Ina. Oa.. Milwaukee, ?u
(iermaa Itre Ina. Ooof raoria, HI.
OOos Cor. 18th 8c, aad Second Are.
BOCK aSLAKD. ILL.
After B yean exnerleaee la laatru-
mwntal Mosie, I will promise you more theory with
leaa teaaeaafortheleaat motwy o( any teacW a
andar oar eupervteloa, aivaa each Javeulle pupil.
Teacher will aave money to order their ataaic
Book of as. One-third off of marked erica on
Kaeet music to every one . Leave ordera, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
We make a nwetalty of teaching inexsarlacrad
teachers how to teach.
Addreas me at ltM Brady 6X, Davenport, Tn.
sUd. C. A. KJtSXUX. .
A TTACFlMKIfT Kotice.
8TATB OF ILLTfOta, I
Book Iat.an Oobutt, f
Ia the drcuit court of Rock laland eouary. To
the May term A. D lsil.
Robert C. Jewett, vs Caaaiua C. Dart maa atd
flanfard F. Hartman.
Publie notice is hereby liven to the raid Caailaa
C. Hartnaa aad Haaford f. Hartmaa. that a wru
of auarhmnt iasaed oat of tho fmce of Lue
c'rrkofsild Rock l.laad nwiary circuit roart,
dstrd the aeveeteeuth day of Jaoeary A. D. liUi.
la Ue auit of the aaid Bohert C Jewett aad
arewt the eetaie of the aaid CaMiaa C. Hartmaa
and Saoford T. Bartaan. for the eom of Oae
Thousand Five Haadted aad Fr.y dol.ara
1 1 1.460 001. directed to tho ehrnf of Bock l.laad
eoaniy. wtl-h s.id writ haa been letarwed ei
renwd ; wow dierrfore ualeio you, the aaid Baav
ford F. Barman aad Cassias C. Hart sua shaU
ptnoealiy be aad apwear before the aaid kock
Islaod eoaaty emit roart. oa or before tbe ln4
day of the next term thereof, to he hotde a tae
eonrt hoaaa ia the cily of Bock lalaad, '.a aa d
coaaty, on the tret Moaday of Mar A. O
sive bail aad plead to the aaid pUattfa actiaa,
)airmeat wUl be eatered ajrateet yoa aad la
favor c f the aatd Robert C. Jewett, aad so mach
of the propenv a'tached aa may he aafScteot to
eatiefy tbe aaid ludgmeat aad coett, U be mA
to satisfy the same.
Bock Islaad. IIL. Jan. it, 1 f 1.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Orrk.
isCUS A TJcarr. Pisatl s AUeraeys.
Eatate of IHalel Mnalier. dereaaed.
Tbe aaderavmad having born aoootnted admin
istrator, with toe will aaaeueo. ot the aotato of
Daniel Mas her. lat of the couaty of Rork Is.ac a,
auas of Illinois. eVeoaaed. hereby gtvea aoure
that he will apear before th oeaaty court of
Rock lalaod coeaty, at tbpaVo of the cirrs. of
aaid court, la the city oi Rock Island, at tho
Man torm. on lb a and Monday tn March Mil.
at which Um all persona havtagdatme against
rata oeroie are oociaeu aaa reoaeeted to attend
for tho purpose of having the aaao adjeated. AU
rbicd to aaid aotato are rwaatwted to
make to mediate payment to the undcrv'ned.
DatMl UiwSih day rf January, A. n. l-tl.
LUTUEB D. KDWARDn Ar tais'raior.
With the Will si.Brd.
Qtiy Abattoir foe Rkxt.
Fraled oroposals a ill he rwteived at :he ortg
rlrrk's office. Rock Island. Ill . aat.l h w. m. Feb
ruary Sd, fur the Irarwcof the City Afceituir
baildiug. sitaaUd at the wrst ead of the c-ty
l;mi:a. Tno city reserves the n.-bt to rt iet any
aad aJ bids. KoUKaT BuEIILEK.
Bock Island. IB.. Jacaary tj J. ll.
J. M. BUFORD,
Insurance U ent
Che V-! Fvu ead Time-rrU4
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
as ar aa aay ivl rt -os oy earn
wJOflaa aa Arpm kt
John Volk & Co.,
B iaa.'evarcr of
Ba&h. Doors, B::ndj, Siding. Floorisj.
and all kin da cf wood work for fcnZlori.
Einlorath U, bel rUrd and Fourth
Tl n n tt nnn i titt
ur. h. l mmm
(Law of Ctdnaarl. OhWJ
Haa Permanently Located La
Ia tho peat eight months ho haa asfraaafilTj
of the moot orvara (hararter. BWrwadalSkee aaa:
8c eta? as rfattiraaliatw, rttrai
pis, crofala, alku, csunk. bout
disctM, all ktakt of orrrous disraaea,
Dilrrsy. cborta sal eerrous prottra
tioaa, ' Is fact all c&roclc or loaj; suad.
Potiiirelj aad Ptrxsattlij Curri or
tw""Loo of Manhood. Srso'aaJ Waakaeoa, aod
hVrvrs of Toath, posiUvuiy sd airmsaisalli
14T PoalTlvoJf oo case take that cannot ho
oored. Ctorreopondenra nooosnpatnod b Ac hn
taUo-XcCaocjVs Sew Biotdu
W. Third sear Khia,
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimick Block, So. 338 kKa u Cock laland.
Bavler partaed a coTrlrte line of CodtfUk
ua iroooa. wnin nearae and
ts r.r. secured Ue oervicea of Ur. Gm. K.
of Chicago, aa extort funeral director aad oaa-
balaaer of 11 years erprm-ace, 1 am t aily pro
pared to ruaraate aaarnctMa.
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a u aCJuTi.c tTT
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tmAOQrjtAnrrri) with tse ceogbapst or the cocstbt. wax obtatji
oiLTwix iu,uihi,h u-rUBMUTIOB riCM A ZTU2T Or THIS HAT OF
J 1 A L o. 1 -..I . SL. . i. LJ 1 1 i II
TIIE CHICAGO, ROCK ISUHD & PACIFIC RAILWAY.
l?,C!S8"t,i!n Myferaneboa) and ztaions Kaat aad Wawt of tfc
&?2rl&ri uJw?- S!9 ChicaaTO. JoU.t, Ottawa,
7lz..lS - Miunu, u uunui-uaTeopori. at uacauoo.
Ah JZ- wlti T X -rano, in auniiuuiA-watertoi
kPtISL??' n PAKOTAamororj, 6L Joaroh, and Kansas City.
77VS ,n f ats.uiA tameron, Bt. Jonri, and Kansas City. In
JUSSOUKI-Onaiia, airburr, ad Nolaon, la N E.B RA6 BLAH onon. TopJaua.
T-K1TIlffl8h'r'T0, Ino, In tho INDIAN TERRlYoHY-oad Colorado
Sprtnga, Denver, Pueblo, tn COLORADO. FREE B-cliainjr Chair Cars to
of intercom TTnirncotion to ail towns uvod clQes cot svod wool. norLhwoo
aad ooutawoat of Calcaro, aad Paciflo aad traasocooaic 6erortsv
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS.
LeaJlnff an corn pernors tn splendor of qalprarot.eool,ureI1 wen Ul a tod. and
froo from durt. Throurt Coaches, puiimaa Kieeporm, F&ES ctoclalncT
Ssn?H,CSmv.cU B1i M(1 0matM wFTw Eoclinlcr Chiir cSrUi
MTt w?ta CHOICE OP BOUTE8 to aad from Salt
moo oaa rraacisco. Tom DIRECT
Oardan of taa Ooda, too Saattart-
VIA THE ALCERT LEA ROUTE,
mmm vivr. I VOSUT 1 Of gad
caoux raus, wi sock '-lrrl
bJeajro and VI on oo polio aad St. PauL
gBtotoand from tboao potnta aaa
uronnas or mo Nnrt
THX 8HOBT LINE VTA SXNatOA
Tba PavoHto LAoo to Plpootooo, Water
1KB VTA SXNatOA AVT KAJCKLAKKB offara fthcQrttaa
adnaatt, lndhasaoUa LoAywtta, mod ComcUbivU.
Wn. Tl nU Mm a.u , . - ' -. . T.
E. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEfiaSTlAM.
UUlUAUa aT.I ttaal TlUkat a
Dealer hi Hew aad '
Second Hand Goods
Bsra.soSs aad trades asysnlcls. A sacclalty made of dewalrr.
No. leUJSeooDd Atcbw.