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BILL NYE ON INDIAN'S.
'A FEW REMARKS ABOUT BARBAR ANS
jl Mantli Ileld Dp an Example The
Iniliao Glioat Dance The Power of
Advertising Somo Fetching Costumes.
Adieu, Urotlier, Adieu!
(Copy right by Edgar W. Nye.
The ainful and strained relation, be
tween the United States government and
the red brother have prompted a long
and rather interesting letter, wbi:u I
have m t room tor this morning, but
which gs on t.; make a great many in
quire regarding the Indian and hU
ilJ notions on religious matters, es
pecially as to the ghost dance and the
roniii)-r i'f & dark red Messiah.
All barbarous tribes have, at times,
been greatly excited and overwrought
npon th-.'se qnestions, and scarcely a year
jas.-f.-s.it' we could know of all that is
b;ij.ei;i!ig among the barbarians of the
SHAKING Tiir.rri FISTS AT TOE ENEMY,
universe, no doubt, that some religions
craze is not having fall swing among
those jieople. who have not the blessings
of the true and only religions light. How
thaukful ought we to be that we were
bora in a land where, to make these fool
breaks, is a matter of impassibility!
It is not many years since the great
fakir, El Mahdi, burst upon the vision of
the orient, clothed in a small doily, and
announced himself as the Messiah for
whom his people had been eo long l'X)k
ing. And where is El Mahdi today?
Where are all the tiddledewink Messiahs
of profane history?
El Mahdi was a slirewd youth, eve n in
the d mvs when Le snared suckers a' org
the White Nile. His mind was active
and his thoughts profound. He eirly
eaw thtt the wak side of a man was- his
love of the supernatural, his Diss Debar
Bide, as one may eay. So he said to him
self; "I will educate myself and prejiare
myself for but one object. This Mes
siah business is what might be call! a
cinch. I will arrange to appear at the
proper time for the purpose of playing a
Mahdi was about the color of a sncc ess
ful meerschaum pipe in those days, vrith
bright black eyes, and in cold wea'.her
he wore cotton in both ears. This pre
vented pneumonia on damp dayH a
needed precaution, especially as he grew
older and lived in a cave by himself, os
Time went by and El grew to man
hood, still keeping his finger on the pub
lic pulse, and knowing that some day
times would be ripe for his appearance.
Living patiently for months in a de
Berted cellar, or in summer time faaiing
in a cave in the mountains, rarely eaiing
anything, unless perchance a katydid or
the milk of a wild ass on Tuesdays and
Fridays, all the time crucifying the
flesh, and thus attracting attention, he
Boon reached manhood, and with the
budding of bis delightful whiskers he
began to cultivate the press and to get
himself written np in the society col
Pretty soon he began to prophet y a
little. Having a private wire in his
care, he was able to predict the arrival
of British troops about a week ahead.
and thus his business soon grew to be
something wonderful Many a night he
had to sit up ana prophesy long after
other people were in bed and asleep.
Thus did he wax strong with his people,
and get all he could do in that line.
Though Mohammed Achmed his real
name before he went west was the son
of a petty sheik, and therefore nobody
scarcely, at the age of 40 years his mir
ror still told him that he was strangely
beautiful In the flush of manly heai th.
robust and in the pink of condition,
though trained down a good deal, ier
haps, by eating nothing but choke cher
ries and lightning bugs for weeks f.t a
time, El Mahdi knew the proper mo
ment to take hold of this matter and
burst upon the astonished gaze of his
people as a Messiah.
Devout, hungry and sad he took ad
vantage of man's devotional nattre
and 6kun him out of his confidence
and his watermelons. He wept over
the sins of his betters, and deplored
the undone condition of those whom
1m had not vet done up. Yearn
ing for a bright immortality, yet on
stantly postponing it 60 long as -he
Esrvntian pullets held out, L.I aiaiuu
went on, stringing the people from (lay
to day till they were ready to blindly
follow him anywhere with their eyes
War among the Arabs is conducted on
an odd plan. It consists in deploying
scouts or pickets, whose duty it is to h ad
the enemy on for two or three mon:hs
across the broad sweep of Band which he
mil f.irWland. and compelling the in
vader to drink alkali water during t he
maT,H,A This course of diet does not
impair the health of the Arab, who has
no bowels of compassion, but instead of
those a porcelain lined alimentary ca:ial
and a clinker built gizzaru, wmw -cimiitM
rearlilv anvthimr from a cara
mel up to a fawnskin vest with horn bat
tons on it. Thus the Caucasian is readily
overthrown by the Arab, and at autumn
time, in his bleached ana eyeiess bhuh,
Aa her winter home.
Th Tannin of the desert is a gcoa
deal like our own warlike Indians in
people who ran -re their rVmrava vw
mens up against the heated guns of a
hostile fortress and wait for an honorable
death. Nyether would thev mJn & w
doubt in the teeth of a galling fire. They
are not constructed avv-wrl i-n a t fknu
specifications. On the contrary, they
sail up in a sort of circle, sort of tan
talize and pick at the advancing foe,
shake their travel stained nighties at the
moving enemy, and, emitting a war cry
as melodious as the mmnv mrlr
cuckoo clock, they go away from them.
Aiier the battle the Arabian papers
announce that fifteen hundred handsome
Englishmen, with beautiful sloping
shoulders and Venus de Medici figures,
have bitten the dust, while one elderly
Arabian has sprained his thumb by fall-
iug irom ins horse and striking on the
sharp prong of a gopher hole.
cut this has nothing to do with tho
late religious craze among the red breth
The Indian is no worse than all rth
barbaric people who scorn the ractm!
and secular press. Politics may be cor
rupt and leaders venal, but intelligence
will win at last It is where people do
not advertise that the bogus Messiah is
permuieii to uo up the people. It is
where the Washington hand thws and
the primary school house vet slumber in
Al a m .-, m. . 1 ..
uie womo or the future that people fall
down and worship a warty pronhet who
cannot safely refer to the place where he
w as last employed. The red brother, as
many of us know, is not eilnr-tl TT
has for generations gone fishing in his
youth, and in his old age died in igno
rance. That is why religious fanaticism
finds him a ready prey. That is why he
is enabled to make, as the French sav.
one fox pass after another, and to fall a
ready victim to the wiles of the craftv.
The v'host dance is not likelv. how.
ever, to become popular at the Patriarchs'
hails this winter, lam happy to say, as it
is danced entirely by the males, the
squaws not being in it, as Mr. McAllis
ter, the blooming cad of an otherwise
creditable epoch, world say. The squaws
are sometimes present at these religious
dances, but not generally allowed to par
ticipate. Below I am permitted to give
some of the costumes worn at a Pin
Ridge small and earlv. as given me in a
private letter dated some weeks ago.
l ush-1 ush, the daughter of old John-
nie-jump-up, the sockless Brule, wore a
mauve drap-de-tay hat lining with breast
of buzzard in front and side ornaments
of empty cartridges, size .44. She also
wore ear tabs to same, cut en V and
made of muskrat skin lined with bed
ticking. She wore an alpaca vest, with
corsage bouquet of corn fritters draped
with New Orleans molasses. Her loose
artillery trousers fcad a broad red stripe
down the side. She wore over all this a
leather trimmed horse blanket with eye
holes in it from St. Paul. Her hair was
braided plainly down each side, and tied
en masse at the ends with sinews. Where
it parted at the nape of the neck there
peeped coqnettishly forth a small patch
of the beautiful skin of Tosh-Tush.
bright and shiny as a new cent, and bid
ding those who were brave enough to do
so to plant thereon a large, resonant
Standing Horse, who led the ghost
dance, wore a United States wagon
cover on his arrival, and also threw one
corner of it oveT his departure; but when
the dancing began he checked this outer
wrap, and was discovered to be dressed
lightly in a tiara of dickey bird's feet
and a coat of shellac. He danced until
utterly worn out and exhausted, when
he fell to the ground, and a tidy was
thrown over him by an attendant.
White Wings, who came merely to
look on as hn naivelv said, worn a fnr
cape of gopher pelts and calico shirt. No
ornaments to speaK or.
Jaybird, who fetched Tush-Tush to
the dance, wore a percale shirt, which
would have been tucked into the waist
band of his trousers, if he had been
blessed with trousers, but the cold and
cruel winter, ah, the nipping, biting
winter, came and caught the dolelees Jay
bird, caught him at a disadvantage,
caught him slightly dishabilly, caught
him shivering on the prairie, caught
him short of ere a trouser; and goose
pimples chased each other, following
fast and following faster up his limbs of
alabaster. When he saw Tosh-Tush
and passed her, then he trembling
tnrnMl And n clrtvH liar.
She allowed that she would come with
him. She said so long as they lived in
the west, what was the nae of trying to
put on lugs. East, of course, she said
ner escort would be de trop, but in the
west, wnere pants do not make the man,
nor want of them the fellow, there
would be no fuss made over this idioeyn
crasy. She then got ready and went.
1 U-E WA3a
T aMauwa-a-a-n A 4-VtwA ia O VtlJllMal frith frhlWl
i wr "v a vrv
dance and bloody massacre of this sea
son. Possibly several of them. One of
them is that you cannot make a card
case out of a sow's ear, and the Indian
nnlroil nimT intrt a Farmers'
bOllllUII Ul v . w
Alliance. Squaw Jim was a white man
who once basked id the sunshine ot my
Wo nraro nnib intimate in
uivuuaiui'. " ... w i
those days. He was a white, man orig
inally from near Napoleon, Ark. He
gave his name in marriage to a Sho
shone debutante with an Indian name
would fence in a hono nr..1 1rt
apparently lovtvl Knnnur -Tim In
nntutored way. but he told mo that th
was as wild as a hawk. In winter time
could tell pretty near where to find
a. 1 A. 1 A
hT, but when the frrasa ant imin alnnnr
c-- 0 .
tne sunny banks of the monntj;n
Itreams. and the "nnr" nn tha tall un l
gr mm mm u sat-.
graceful willow began to get its back
J ii , .
up, ana me smell of the moist earth as
the frost began
j 0. vuv
glad nostrils, he could no longer make
msn-me-ia-na-to-Ie-quah, etc., come up
When the Poclint irnnhfr hnrmn tn
build his fresh ernhnnVmnnta sinner Via
sides of the sandy hill, and the bittern
wailed in the buffalo wallows; when the
lrilldee chirped in the low "draws,' where
the grease wood grew and the track of
the sage hen wound along the gray mar-
Bin oi tne aiitaii pond, then Fush-me-ta-ha-to-le-quah,
etc., with a glad cry
I:.. i-i .... . .
i out nae a ingntenea comet, and for
moment the air along her trail seemed
' oe iuii or moccasins.
Snuaw Jim said that one at Rtvh a timn
could easily plav tiddledewinks on the
coat tail of his savage bride. He would
have been very lonely during the sum
mer time if he had not been blessed with
a white wife at Omaha, with whom he
dawdled away the glad summer tide.
ine Indian can never, alas! be taught
the religion of tliri wbit m.-in nnir tii.vru
than he can be brought to look kindly
apou the pickled olive as an article of
ft J ri ....
fKxi. ue can no more cope with the
doctrine of the Trinitv than he can raise
side whiskers or Lima beans. Peruoiml
godliness and the use of the crash towol
are repulsive to tne leelings or the red
brother. The idea of a God who favors
manufacture and industrial pursuits
bothers him, and our great North Amer
ican scheme of charitable endeavor
which consists mostly in telling other
people how they can do a great deal of
good, confuses him.
I am pained, of course, to note th
hostile feeling now existing between my
own race and the red brother, for un
doubtedly he was here first. So also
were the centipede, and the rattlesnake,
and the north and south pole cats, but
they, as civilization approaches, will
have to retire, even as the red brother
must, liefore the all powerful influences
of Rum. Red Tape and Rascalitv.
Adien. red brother! You are rroinir to
join the Mastodon and the Sctbyosanras.
ooine uay, in the great yonder of ap
proaching years, you will have to lie
over a little further in your geological
bed, and give place to the last specimen
of the bald and perfected Caucasian,
Who With a wild w ho.it vwl.U nn ln
- "i- i
uneasy life, and with his labor saving j
machinery ani his saieratns hrwH lie
will lie by your side, Mr. Lo. So step
forward a little farther, red brother,
and give the pale face a chance along
with you to hold on by the straps as the
great car of progress moves onward, or
else pitch along in your rocky bed and
give room to the gentleman who today
is acting as your agent and undertaker.
When a man tells you that be is per
f eclly contented be means, in nine cases
out of ten, that after thinking tbc mat
ter all over he does not see bow he can
get anything more.
If yon have made up yonr mind c brr.
Hood's BareaparU. do not be induced to take
any other. Hood's Sarsnp.irilla is a peculiat
medicine, possessing, by virtue ot its peculial
combination, proportion, and preparation,
curative power superior to any other article.
A Boston lady who knew what .e wanted,
and whose example Is worthy Imitation, tells
her experience below:
" In one store where I wt'it to bey Ilood't
damp&rilla the clerk tried to Indu-f me buy
their own Instead or Hood's; he told me their 'f
tfould last longer; that I might take It on ten
Jays' trial; that if I did not like It I need not
pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail
on me to change. I told him I knew what
Hood's SarsaparUla was. I had taken it. was
tatUned with It, and did not want any other.
When I begaa taking Hood's BarsaparOla
I was feeling real miserable, sufiering
a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak
that at times I could hardly stand. I looked,
and had for some time, like a person In con
sumption. Hood's SanaparlUa did ma so
much good that I wonder at myself sometimes,
and my friends frequently speak ont." 31a
Ella . Cor, Cl Terrace Street, Boston.
Sold by all druggtott. f 1 ; itx for 15. Prepared only
br CL HOOD a CO., ApolhecariAl. Lowell. KmT
IOO Doses One Dollar
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, PhrmcUt
Faascairnoas a Stbcialtt.
Fourth Are. and Twentv-Third St.
Protect Your Eyes.
MAEI0IT OPTICAL CO's
Spectacles and Eve Glasses.
M and 1 Mtldea Lam.W. T. Branch :Mrio.
! Fwr eale by T. B. TaomM, DrngiiM. Bock
AT THIS LIST AND
FR NK G. YOUNG.
Mince meat, home made,
Huyler's butter cups,
P. Emilien olives,
Can pise apples,
Lucca olive oil,
Armour's Beer Extract.
Durkee Salad Dressing,
Lee and Perrin Sauce,
Huntley and Palmer Wafrrs,
Kennedy Zephyretts and
And lots of other fancy goods
too numerous to mention
1103, Third avenue.
Telephone No. 11C8.
"You have taken cold," you
say. That means that the little
blood vessels in your side, your
bacR, or your shoulder have
congested. The blood ceases
to flow and you feel chilly. By
and by nature sends an alarm,
and inflammation of that part
sets in, you then "feel feverish."
The blood vessels carry the con
gested blood to the lungs. If
the eye tern is in a condition of
perfect health the whole thing
is attended to thus. The lungs
oxygenize the over loaded cor
puscles and there is an end of
it, but if the lungs are not per
fectly healthy the work is too
much for them, and the over
charged tissues become in
flamed in their turn. Then a
cough sets in, this being nature's
sign of distress, her red flag of
danger. In the meantime the
lungs labor away, and if they
are successful the waste matter
is finally thrown off and the
cough thenstops. But if this
is not the casa the cough deep
ens, until finally in a convulsion
the tissue is torn, and the
patient has a hemorrhage.
Tubercles, or little sores like
boils, form in the lungs. The
patient is then pronounced in
curable from the consumption,
as, indeed, at that stage he is,
and he dies. If, however, he
had at the outset, or even after
his cough had set in, taken
Reid's German Cough and Kid
ney Cure, he would have been
able to have conquered the
malady at the start without
difficulty and without pain. In
this particular it is invaluable.
People with weak lungs can
take any amount of it that they
require, for it is perfectly pure
and perfectly harmless. In this
Reid'a German Cough and
Kidney Cure forms a striking
contrast to most cough reme
dies. For they are baaed upon
opiates, and proceed upon the
assumption that a cough mu9t
be stopped by paralyzing the
tissues instead of stimulating
the sy 8 tern, and thus assisting
it to throw off the morbid mat
For sale by all druggists
Sylvan Rzxxdt Co.,
107 Main St , Peoria, HL
SCHOOL OF "i"mo'
TCI t?n fl I DUV i VAXENTIHE BBOS..
tituiiarni tviuimnut. wi.
auaUea vsoted" ad mBepr wa:
ottwtfk ta the Daily A Mrs Fats.
For ItaU. Kni, Bxchanf aac Mtacenaaeooa
waaw laarrtM est dtv at fe ar ward: Uum
Aarsate par turl as weak at He per
R BALK a BOCBB AND LOT 15 UBS
drix additin. Moo lb Rork IMaod. wrt of
MiUa road. Baaal?t at Ko. Hit Sera. 4 araae.
ICaXT FCH.viHtD ROOM FOft TWO
ffaatlesBea at W7 TweaUetk (tract.
WASTED a MTUATIOS AS ENGINEER
kyaeumpaat yoon aiaa a bo ta (tealy
aa ear-saie; caa rartnta oeai of reiereacc. Aa
Area lall Becaca aveee. II
TTTASTBD A BOOM.llAT BT AN ENG!
ft near, a arat f arniahed from room. U! Third
arraae, aant4. who only occaaioa U Is t'
Baotk for t; or for two (vaUeasaa SO per
ANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT TO
opea beadqoartera ta come principal city, aa-
aama etctaaive eoetrol of oar baaiaexa ana ap
point local and aoa-ageata la every ciljr in Uut
tatc; aooda well kaowa aiaple aa Boar, ta aol
vrraal demand, and pay a rwt frolt of BO to 1')
per aeni. aaarera l as laioa coaraar, TH
Broadway, New ork.
oi mi or
$200.00 and Upwards
For Bale, a&cured oa land worth from
three to five times the amoaat
of Ui lo&n.
Inter?? T per ent aetni aoaqalZy. co'.iectad ana
reaihlcd free of charm.
F- W. HURST,
Attgknkt at L.w
Koooi t ted 4 Yaoew Te-p,
rock iLiyn. ILL.
THE KOLINE SAVINGS BAKK
(Charted by the Legtelatare of mioo'a.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Opea dally from t A. . to t P. M .. acd naTaea
aay ana aaleraay yeaiaa-a rroa 7 to
Interott allowed on Despoeiu at Use rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
f 1 and Upwards.
Ta prtrat properly of 'be Trartec i rrfo.
aibiato tb depositor. TbeoOcer are pmtiM-
im irorn onrmwiug any or ii moaey. M.ijti
aad narrled women protected by tpec'al law.
Orrtcaa-: i. W. Wmtutrt, rret.t: Pom
mStomm Vice Prid.t; C. F. Uiimtt,
TarTT: S. W. We1ork, orer Sklnarr,
C. r. llrmwmy. J Ri!a Lea. U EdaanU.
Hiram Darltur.. A. S. Wrtsht. i. a. Eeaur. L.
H. Hmeaway. C. VUxthnm.
-ALL EXXD8 OF
Cast Iron Work
aoaa. A apeculty of far&laklnx a3 ktada
of Stoyea with OaaUnfi ot 8 eeau
A MACHINE SHOP
aaa aeea added where all kiada of aaachiac
work will be done Irat-daaa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS. i Propts.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Harlag parcaued the
Property which h ha had refitted tor ta ho.
tal aaaineaa, ia bow prepared to aocoa
modaU traaeletit caeata.
Day and Regular Boarding
at aery reaaoaabla prleca.
Ba I alao aned la the
at Che aaaaanlaee with a chelee lot of Orocarlaa.
Farai pradaoe a apectelty.
A. D. HUESING,
Reprwe&V. aaotur other le-tned aad weS.
anowa nreinaaraacelMBpaaiea hafolioanax:
Royal Ina-aranee Camtmnj. of Enraed.
Wecheter Fir la, (ooipuv of J . V.
Bnflalo Oermaa In. Co., BaCalo. N. T.
Rorbeater Genaaa Ina. Co Rochtar, R. T.
Citiaen ln. Co.. of Piuabarfh, Pa.
aa Fir Office. Loodoe.
Catoa Id. Co., of Califorala.
8ecartty Ina. Co New Hivan. Cora.
hlliwaaaee Mechanic Ina. Co.. Ml'.waakee.Wta
Office Cor. 18lh St., and 8ecoai Ave.
ROCS ISLAXD. ILL.
After H rear
I year arpcrVao la teachier Xaatra
aalc.1 anil proaaiae yoa aaor Xmorj wiu
aa for the laaet aaoacy of aa teacher la
oar aapamatom. aire each JareaJI papU.
iwtatn ar aaoaey to oracr their Majtc
Book of a. Otwthird off of atarked arlca oa
fchaet bmk la arary oa. Lear order, aaatfaf
aathor. at aiy ataaic raoaaa, laOl Aacoaa araaaa.
W a a fpUlty of Uachlax tacsaarVaacad
Addroa mm at laM Brady Bt Dareaport, la.
HU. C. A. araAaryg
Dr. S. E. MBEABY
(Lai af CUdaaatl. OhkkJ
Has Permanently Located Im
Ia the paat eifht aaoath be ha arceaafaUj
oftaamoatecreracharaatar. DwrpeclaWe ai
PR1 'ATE AJtr
Such ciae as rbeumaliaoa. Dettral
Cit, ncrofula. astbtst, cUanh. befcrt
direeae. all kinks of nerrooa diaraaea,
t oilepar, cborea and nerrout rtroatra
tiook. lo I act ail cbrooic or long eund
r'iiTtIj and rer.x aoectl j Cured or
Ermr of Toath. ttive:y aed rnn ineptly
t to'.'irr'.9 ma ru ItkM w .1 m. w4 ha
e.-t. ( orrrTvie4rar acooaatiatiied at tela
aaip prociaJy a&rwerrd.
Of9ce-McCalloaa New Stock.
W. Tkird Street, Bear Main,
CHAS. R. WHEELAN.
Undertaking and Embalmint;
IVmkk Block, No. Knh SC. Rock lalaod.
nar-.ax parrtiaard a eos.(.lete I la of rodevtak
lareooda. ltb bearaa aad tmnannix. aad
bav i.c arcared tbe erTne of Kr.M. R. iiawd.
of Chicago, aa atperl faarral direclor aad oaa-
oajnseroi ix year erprrM-ara. I aat fay pro
paned ta rvarantr aaaafactioa.
1 ewpaooe in.
PTATR OF IU.INOI,
Rocm tM4 Cacarr. (
la tbe earcait 00 art of Rnrfc talaad coaaty.
uk m mj w a . it mi.
Robert C. Jrvm, Caarfoa O. Eartaaaej aC
Kaefnrd F. Uarta&aa.
Public aocire u hereby r1a la the aaid Caa ioa
C. Bartasaa aad haarora F. Hanraaa. tbat a writ
of auarhaseat Uraed oat cf the office af U
clerk of aatd Rork Ialaad eoaety cirralt coaii,
dated tb aereotecatb day af J ternary a. It.
ute ibh 01 ioe amia ivoaen weweis aaa
afataet tbc rotate of tbe aatd Cawloa C. Uanaaaa
and fraaford F. Dartaaa. far tbe oaaa of Omm
Tboaaaad Fiva Haadred aad Ffir aUl.ara
l60it. directed loth ah ena of Ruck talaad
ouaaty. wbitb aaid ant haa area inaraed rx
ecawd; row therefore aale yoa, tbe aatd aa
furd P. Htimu aad Ca:aa.C. Hartasaa aboil
rraooal.y b aad appear before tbe aaid kocfc
Ialaad coeety cirraUooart. oa or aefora tb Ira
day of tb ar it trra Uereof. to be botaWa at tbe
ooart hoea ia tbe city of Rock Ialaad. aa aald
county, on the fret Monday of Mar A. O. 11M.
Kir bail aad Mead ta tb aald alaatiaT a acaaaa.
jadoaent wui be entered araiaH yoa aad ta
favor of the aaid Robert C iewett. aad aa aaach
af tbe property a'tacbed a anay be eaSciwt to
aauafy th aid jodmeat aad cor la, wul be aoVfi
to aatiafr tb aaaac.
Kock laiaaa, IU Jaa. zi. I ML.
acu A nraar, Plaatis" Auoraey.
SataU of ranll Xaaher. doceaaed.
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tbat ka ariU appear before ta eoaaty cwart aa?
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wim KAJuiXm im utrifvii! Kara uiui a.
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for the parpoae of bartcx Ue aaa adjoated. AJ1
per aaa indebted ta aald aetata are rraneated ta
aaka tauaadiaUpayBeatU the aaaerabnod.
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With lb a, ill atanef.
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clerk ' oSoe. Rock Iaad, I1U aatH a a. aa, Pea
rH d. for tb leaeiac of tb City AaaUotr
aauaiaf . aitaated at tb aeat ead of th cUf
Laiha. The city rererrea tbe rtrtt to rr-Jwct aar
aodaUbida. ROBERT ROE RLE K.
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