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Permit me to 'ntr'dace in'selCMr. Levi
Schonberg, 'n thus my Nix-tic-ic-Tr
frien' Mr. Abrams Mr. Abrtnis, of Chi
cago, gen'lem'n. Miss'r Abi-ams, thir
my frien' Lienten'nt I I .li In't catch
y'r name, sir."
"My name is Lee," said tl at young
man shortly, and vrithdrawing the hand
of which Mr. Schonberg had possessed
-Lee Lieut. Lee, of the E'e venth cav
alry, Mr. Abrams. Genlen.'r, I knew
all yox.r 'rlcn's cf tbe th tl at was hem
We wero in'tim.tt., all of at, and ex
cise ru, I didn't catch y-your name,
sir' miring now on Lieut. Martin.
'Gen'lera'n, we're just goir to open a
qv.r.rt bc-Ule my "sper.se. Eere, Billy,
yon son of a gn:i. bring ia.the chain
pugno glasses '.ho best you've got.
Pouunery Sec rommery See's my wine,
gon'l'jja'u, but if yoa prefer any other
s-:-ay so. V,7-w-what will you have, Mr.
-I Con'i drink tt all, thank von," snid
Mr. V..!.-.fo rklly. "Come", Martin,
p.-ing l.;c'.:co?" ho said, turning
shortly i. .. i j-.ilr of invaders.
-Don": ... vet. cen'Ura'n. Jast cm
jlash champagne good fellowship, you
mow . Hope I don't 'fend?"
"Nirt a particle, sir; not a particle,"
aid Martin. "Only you will have to
txcuse ns. We can't drink and shoot
ioo, you know. We've got to be on
.he rifle range in half an hour. Com
ing, Lee?" Mr. Lee had risen and was
ibont to move, when Mr. Schonberg
-brew his arm over the young gentle
man shoulders, striving to d ?tain him.
" Kindly remove your arm, Mr.
dr. whatever your nam 3 may be,"
sail Loo. his brows knitting and his
iiouth seiting angrily. "I object to
Irinking champagne in tho morning,
m l to be ing embraced by st rangers at
But at this moment Mr. Stone, the
past trader, came hurrying in. lie looked
aghast when he caught Big' it of what
was going on. Springing forward, he
eized the Israelite roughly by the arm.
"Come out of this, Schonbdrg." he or
Hered. ' You know perfectly well you've
jot no right whatever to come on this
reservation, much less in this- room."
"Pray do not disturb the gentlemen,
Mr. Stone," said Martin. "We will
gladly vacate in their favor."
"Don't 3-on attempt to put me out of
her. Stone," shouted the Jew. "I
tnow yoa. I know what I'm about.
You just touch me or let arybo ly else
here in this d d cowardly hole, anil
you'll see whatH happen."
The three officers had silently left the
roora, and wera now quie.ly walking
away from the building, but at the sound
of a scnfde Lee stopped short.
"Ilere," he said, "those men are drunk
and may do harm. We mustn't leave
Stone in the lurch."
"What's the trouble?" queried Mr.
Uearn, who had been inspecting the din
ner of his troop and now caaie hurrying
ilown the slope from the b irracks. At
this very instant, too, Scho nberg came
backing ont of the club room door shak
ing his fist at Stone, who silcntlv and 5-et
threateningly followed, and Schon berg's
voice was shrill with rj;ge. Behind
them both, his hands in the pockets of
ma spring overcoat, saving not one
word, but glancing quickly about from
man to man, followed Mr. Abrams, of
"Mr. Ilearn," said Stone, "you were
here before I came, and you know this
man: were not the orders given that he
should never again show hi a face on the
reservation, and that he thould be put
r5 if he came?"
"Exactly," answered Eearn. "And
the sooner you leave it nov. Mr. Schon
berg. the better it will be for you."
"I'm minding my own business" (he
railed it "peeznez"); "you mind yours.
May tie you think I've forgot you; but
I'll show you. I've had it in for you
ever since four years ago, young feller,
and just you keep away new, and don't
you interfere, or you'll ci.tch it where
you don't expect it."
"I'll give you thirty seconds to get in
that buggy and drive of!:, Mr. Schon
berg," was Hearn's reply. "Unless you
want to be hauled out by the guard you
will start at once. It isn't the first time
I've found you stirring up insubordina
Schonberg reached his buggy, but
kept up his furious language. His com
panion, still silent, scrambled in, his
restless eyes wandering from face to
face. The thirty seconds were well nigh
gone when the Jew, aided by Stone's
supporting arm, lurched into his seat
and picked up the reins. Shaking the
whip over Stone's head he shrieked bo
that all could hear:
"By G d! you may dink you've heard
the last of dis dis outrage; but you'll
see! you'll set! If you don't get roasted
for dis dare ain't any newspapers in dis
country. I got your nane down four
years ago. Mr. Second Lie at. Hearn, and
now, by G d! youH see"
And then, with an ang-y lash of his
whip upon the flanks of hii startled gray,
Schonberg with his coripanion drove
rapidly down the road past the 6tables.
As they turned the corner Mr. Abrams
drew from his overcoat pi icket a fat note
book and glanced back over his shoulder
with a significant smile.
(To be eontinnrd.)
S tate of Ohio, Citt of Toledo,
Lucas Cotjntt. t
Frank J. Cheney makee oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
CheDey & Co.. doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, ana
that said firm will pay the sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot te cured ty the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frai k J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th dt.y of December,
A. D.. 1836.
l EEAL I
A. W. ULEA80N,
eeal notary ruimc.
Hall's Catarrh Core ia taken internally
and actB directly upon the biooa ana
mucous surfaces of th; system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Piope Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
MAILS FROM ABROAD EXAMINED BY
Suspicions Looking Package Are Harked
and Watched Until Their Contents Are
Known Opened In the Presence of the
Officers When Postmasters Collect.
The mails offer such an obvious temntA.
tion to would be smugglers that it is often
asked what steps the government authori
ties take for preventing the use of them
for the importation of goods free of duty.
As a matter of fact, not a few people have
ue inai iney can get oueau of the cus
toms officials bv ftpmlincr dntiihla tinl
from abroad through the mails, but when
they act on this belief they in virtually
every instance are disabused of this mis
taken impression. To make this lesson
the more effective, the government, when
ever the intent to smuggle is clear, con
fiscates the articles, although, when the
goods are sent into this country through
an evident ignorance of the law, the simple
payment of the duty is all that is necessary
to secure possession of them.
To understand fully Uncle Sam's plan
for getting his just dues one should follow
the mails from the time they leave the big
transatlantic liner to the time they reach
their destinations. When an incoming
vessel is first sighted word is sent to the
postoffice. If the ship reaches quarantine
before sunset, in time to be inspected by
the health officer or his assistants, the
mails are not landed until the ship reaches
her pier. Then the pouches, hundreds in
number, are hurried ashore. Those for in
land points arc dispatched by the various
railroads, while letters, newspapers, par
cels, etc., for New York city and its vicin
ity are sent to t he general postoffice.
GETTING THE MAILS ASUOKE.
If, however, the ship reaches quarant ine
at night and is compelled to remain there
until after sunrise, tugs in the service of
the postoffice come up to it and take off
the mails. The pouches for other places
are forwarded by the earliest trains, while
those for this city, as in the other case, are
sent to the postoffice here as quickly as
possible. Xearlyall the parcels that seem
to contain books or other dutiable goods
pass through the New York postoffice, even
if they are directed to distant points in
the United States. Thw i ih nnir,
of mail matter for places from this city
which suffers delay here.
In the mean time three inspectors of the
postoffice customs bureau have been sent
for at their homes, that is, if the mails ar
rive when the men are not at their work,
and no matter what the hour or the weath
er the three hasten to the postofiice. When
the pouches arrive there they are opened
in the presence of the customs inspectors.
Every letter or parcel that looks as if it
might contain liooks, etchings, lithographs,
jewelry or other dutiable goods is picked
out of the heaps of mail matter and
stamped. If, for instance, the parcel is
made up of silk handkerchiefs which can
be seen through holes in the wrapping pa
per it is stamped "Subject to duty." If
the package is securely wrapped so that
its contents are invisible, "Supposed to
contain goods subject to duty" is stamped
on it. The employes of the postoffice who
handle the mails aid in picking out par
cels likely to contain dutiable articles.
An idea of the task of the customs men
will be gained from a few figures of the
mail brought by the Servia from Liverpool
a few days liefore Christmas. She carried
about 1,050 pouches, containing in the
neighborhood of 450,000 letters, papers,
parcels, etc This was the largest amount
ever brought to this nort bv vmp!
Nearly one-third of it all was for this city.
CERTAI5 PARCELS TICKED OCT.
Long practice has made the men skillful
in picking out the parcels with disnHtrh
About 6.000 suspicious looking Ipt.tirv
were taken in hand by the customs officers!
Ui mis number perhaps 90 per cent, con
tained books or printed matter whirh mnv
under the law be imported through the
mails. These, except the few which are
sealed and therefore subject to letter rates,
are sent to the big room of the enstnma
bureau on the fifth floor of the postoflice
building, to-'ether with the other unsealed
parcels. A force of men at once sets to
work examining these packages, every
one of which is oiiened.
If the books are more than twentr vpam
old, or printed in a foreign language, or
addressed to inst itutions of learning, they
are admitted free of duty and at once for
warded. Newer oues are appraised bv men
who have liecome experts at it. If the
books are consigned to places outside of
this city they are sent to the postmaster of
the town or citv. with a Ktnt
entry, and he collects the duty on them.
A favorite trick of would lie smugglers
is to cut out the heart of a book and nack
contraband goods in it. A numlier of such
books have been confiscated. Some con
tained valuable laces, others silk handker.
chiefs, cloves, iewelrv and the like. It ia
Bheer nonsense to attempt this form of
smuggling, because all books are e.xam-
mea ana the detection is certain.
The customs officials have an apparent
difficulty to face in the case of sealed par
cels supposed to contain dutiable goods.
The law that sealed matter ahull ha nnanl
by no one except the person to whom it is
auuressea must oe obeyed by the govern
ment employes as well as by other persons.
In fact, an infraction of it is punishable by
a term of imprisonment. Th
people, however, get past this stone wall
easily. While they cannot open the sealesl
letter or parcel they can compel the person
to wnom it is aauressea to open it in their
presence. This is just what is done. The
postmaster sends notice to the person to
whom parcels for this city are addressed to
call on Mr. Burke, whose office is on the
mezzanine floor of the Dostof&ce hu!M!nr
and open the suspected piece of mail mat
ter, as soon as me man opens it Air.
Burke examines its contents, and if they
are dutiable and of more than trifling
value he has them appraised, either by one
of his men or by some one at the custom
house. Should the man refuse to open the
parcel it is returned forthwith to the
sender. New York Tribune.
Stunned the Walter.
"Waiter," said a man who had been ex
hausting bis strength trying to put a knife
through an alleged steak, "I wish yoa
would bring me a Cle a nice, sharp file."
"What are you going to do with the file?"
asked a man at the same table.
"Going to file these articles of incorpora
And the steak shed bitter gravy. St.
A Social Enterprise.
"I understand there is a company in New
York that will furnish dudes for escorts or
for use at germaos and cotillons when
there is a shortage of men."
Tve beard of that. I saw one of their
signs the other day in Harlem "Flats to
Let." Harper's Bazar.
TO BlBINEtm HEX.
The busy man oppressed
with care, having the details of
his calling to look after, and
having no time to devote to his
own personal concerns, is apt
to neglect his personal health.
But let the active business man
try ever so hard to forget him
self, there are some rules of
nature that won't forget him
This was the case with Crosby
White, a leading grocer in
Peoria Be caught cold and
neglected it, and it settled on
his kidneys. In the hustle and
bustle of business he hoped
that it wo aid wear away, but it
did not; on the contrary, this
is just what it did not do, and
at the end of three years Mr.
White was a very sick man.
In the meantime he had tii-d
everything, but every time h
took cold he grew a little
worse, and the malady settled
upon his kidneys. If he had
died, people would have 6aid,
"he had Bright's disease of the
kidneys." But he heard ot
Reid'a German Cough and
Kidney Cure, and he began
taking it. To his surprise, for
he was wholly despondent, he
began getting well, and it was
not long before he was perfect
ly sound, and he is to this day.
Some sneer at the idea of a
Cough and Kidney Cure being
united in the same medicine,
this because most cough cures
contain opiates, which are
harmful to the kidneys. Reid's
German Cough and Kidney
Cure does not, but stimulates
the action of the kidneys.
There are thousands of cases on
file in our office just like Mr.
White's, He can be addressed
at Peoria, 111 , where he is
still in busitess at the Beehive
Grocery, cor. North Adams
and Jackson streets.
For sale by all druggists.
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
107 Main St , Peoria, 111.
A WOMAK'8 DISCOVERY.
"Another wonderful discovery has
been mide, and that, too by a lady in
this country. Disease fastened its
clutches upon her and for seven years 6be
withstood its severe&ts tests, but her vital
organs were undermined and death
seemed imminent. For three months she
coughed incessantly and could not sleep.
She bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption and was
so much relieved on taking the first dose
that she slept all night, and with one
bottle has been miraculously cured. FJer
name is Mrs. Luther Lute." Thus write
W. C. Hamrick & Co.. of Ijhelby. N. C.
Get a free bottle at II art z & Bibneen's
The transition from long lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the individ
ual. Such a remarkable event is treas
ured in memory and the agency whereby
the good health has been attained is
gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so
much is beard in praise of Electric Bit
ters. So many feel they owe their res
toration to health, to the use of the great
alterative and tonic. If you are troubled
with any disease of kidneys, liver or
stomach, of lone or short standing you
will surely find relief by use of Electric
Bitters. Sold at 50c and 91 per bottle
at II art z & Bshnsen's drug store.
BUCKLES 'S ARNICA SALTS.
The best salve in the world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevet
BOTes, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Ham & Bahasen.
ahovld be displayed la biying
oina above all things. Ia selecting
remedy for any disease, you should be
positive that it costal ns nothing injo
rfoos to the health. Many remedies
a the market leave the patient la a
saoch worse condition, than before
s s s
la pttrely vegetable, and perfectly
harmless; the most delicate child caa
ftaka It with absolute safety. It contains
aa mercury or minerals of any kind,
aad yet it never fails to curs the 41.
eases tt Is recommended for.
Bek oa Blood aad 5 kin diseases traa,
Swift Spsciflo Co Atlanta, Oa
17 REMEMBER n7
J is the name of that Li
Tblt Ceres CATARRH, HAY-FEVER, COLO b
1.8 HEAD, SORE THROAT, CAXKR,
Prios sum. rbtt 1
For Sale by leading Druggists,
rarissn oslt bt
WM ACKVOH VTh cmcaqo, KM,
ASK TOUR O SOCK R FOB IT.
For sa by a 1 flrrtcUn Grocery dealer.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast lion Work
done. A tpecislty of fnrnUhtng all klodi
of Store with Casting ot 8 cents
A MACHINE SHOP
bis been added herc all kind of machine
work will be done Bret-cUam.
SINTH ST. AND Til, AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
A. D. HUESiNG,
Beprrnt. among other 1me-tne4 aoa well
known Fir Insurance Cumpa&ie be following-:
Royal Inaaranee Company, of Knriand.
Wrache.ier Fire In. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co.. BuCalo. N. T.
Rochester German In Co., Kocbeter, K. T.
Cltiaen Id. Co.. of Piusbnxch. Pa.
San Fire Office. Lnndon.
rnion Id. Co., of California.
Scnrity In. C.. New flivan. Co-n.
Milwaukee Mechanic In. Go.. Milwaukee, Wi
German rire In. Oa-,of Peoria. III.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
E. P.. anil Steam
(Member American Ticket Brokers Aasts)
Rsddokd Rates to all Poiirra.
OmCI la Adams Erprea Ones sader
HENRY C. SCHAFFER,
SOFT AND HARD
Offlc IOI secosd . cor rr PlflcsstA SU
Telephone Vs. 10SS.
After tt rear nrtenc la
mental Mastc, I will proa tee ra
less lessons for Us least mosey of say
andsr est sporvUton. gives ear )aaU peptl.
1 cacner wui save mvoey 10 oWrr tseir aax
Books of a. One-third of of marked arte oa
Baeetmaate to every on. Leae orsera, naming
author, st my manic rooms, 1401 fiocosc sesass.
Wamaks a specialty of teacbiax inexperienced
cwwra www 10 loaca.
Address ms at lJo Brady 8t, Daeennort. I a.
MHs. O. A. NtflKAEK.
If 1 1 r I Tl H r C Teaches lu etsdesu
I ALkkl IHl U trade aayT taea starts
them Is railroad service.
ens for rtrrniar.
VALENTIN K aRTM .
U-lt Jassevuxs. Is
n 1 us' j. r.
towria. 4 exes
Jinwararca Advcbtwjio Brmaav i Sprees
ltre,w-ra aSeee- , .. lIMMIf
I SM I M
W " --Vn I
m Ml I
Fresh Fiai. White Fish, Cod Fish.
Btcel a. Bmoked Halibut.
Pickled Herring, bmoked Bloaters.
Large Fat Mackerel.
Canned Smoked Trout,
Fahct Bottlb Goods
P. EmllunACo. Olive-.
Cross & Black well's Midgets.
Jenny Lind Staffed Mangoes.
Imported Red Currant Jelly,
" Raspberry and Strawberry Jelly,
Durkee 8alsd Dressing,
Armour's Extract of beef.
Peaches, Strawberries, etc.
Edsm, From as de Brie,
Neufschtel. Sap 85.
Cream and Llmburer.
Wdow, Rind & Watson.
Chase A Snnford's,
High grade Coffies always on hand.
Armour's Star Boneless Bacon.
Gilmore's Ilams and Bacon,
Pure L af Lard.
Pig's Feet. Bineleu II ?cke.
Poultry always on band .
Florida Orargrs and Lrmocs.
1103, Third avenue.
Telephone No. 11CS.
r cm of
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to fire times the Amount
of toe loan.
Interact T Mr Mt wnl inm,'), Mi'i.j..a
reaiuod free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attoeitkt at Law
Booms I and i Masonic Temp:,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
W. C. MADCKER,
Hating purchased Uie
Property which be as had refilled for the bo
tel bnslne, M sow prepared to sccom
modats tnaaient fsesl.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very re sociable price.
Be Is slso e&ctfed la lb
at tbt aaae place wtik achates lot of Groceries,
ram seed see a specmity.
THE UOLINE SAVID8S BANK
(Charted by U LeglaUrsrssf Cliaoi.)
OpM dally from A. at. to I P. M .. and oaTsa
say sad Sataroar Berslaaa from t ta
Interts: allowed oa De posits at the
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
XVpooito received in amoanta of
fl and Upwards.
TVai af4m. MahMf, mM .- T . -
SlWaa ta liaanaattm T1,WK. '
tad from barman a say of tt msaera. Htaart
aad msrrlad eiaii protacted by cUl lsw.
TSS temim. Viaa imi4iM i? u.
Tatwrsss-C. W. Tfhaelnrk, roriee Kklaaev
C. r. B.w-awsy. t. sua. uiT Old-araa,
uiwai iwiaf, js. a. siwil 4, a a titer L.
H. Hamoawa Vttaak.. saafcw, .
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fcarBtCTCS.t Chicago. III. ICIarKSt.
PKYSICIAH AKD SUECEC1
b t!M Tratw with 0 &srtast
'SKILL and SUCCESS
CUTDIiiC, KCTTDHS T-PliTatg EiSEHSO.
NERVOOS DEBILITY. Loot sfasw
rood. Pailiac Memory. Eshacatina Orstoe.
Terrible Dream. Head and bach Ache ai
the efleret ted. la early decay awl pathaa Got,
rvmptionor Inaantty, tieated scMauScaGy by mew
mrth4( wif h nw-taji.M aoa est.
Sf-SYPHILIS d all bad Kood aad Skte
Diaease rermsoeot.r cared.
af-KIDNBY aad URINARY
Gleet. Oonorrboes. Stnctare. Varicocele i
aS Wsce of ehe oeoito-l' 1 1 i f Una on
proanptlT without iajy a Stains .S, C-tdarys
a" No erperlateaea. Are sad s apart son
lotrortant. CoesaJtauan free aad aacrad.
li" AU rorretpaasvace t sarrvdly rrrns
Forty Years rVacrireeaaHes rteXlatketoCaae
antee Cam in all OtraMe Cm- -4 IVaveaa,
KrraTala. Mpbllla. Blsdder aad KUaey Ms.
eatwa. Ioearrboa sad rvsaale IreeMva. L4eer
4asjplainU t aUrrk. all fclead. alia sad lev
aa IHi ,sn s.
No tnatter who has ?ju1ed to car yoa. write
Dr. Clark a fall history of eoer rasa. Hoars,
a M Sundays, a to it. Call oa or address
F. D. CLARKE, M.D..
186 So. Clark SU CHICACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
v Trneamal UnuiwM raa t-s aad ! I
V 1 mrymol Ttss IVnltrnr
aat-nd fraa tbe t wi rieawos f I
d a""i taaasa ii -Mrua f wnrM-wtoi
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trutaeariy tBdisrrHaiiaaor oUsnrcaaaaBt also
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ry sod llTaraorr tmar4r. will Sad oar Mxfcwd
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a-awtbeaooe'aliMi iits. llr.WUlts
aal 1-aMiilea skaS art diranuy aaw taa
lorcatavand tustjr esrur iril ar
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cmiim fma S4autfcaa.,
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specific ns.si izzzzxz: EirSrr
UTERINE EUTROPHIC TZZLZLXZ'
Tall or wnia forCata Waraa aad lafuraataaua hot ore
THE PCPfO CHEMICAL CO., .
189 Wttsoi SmiT. MlLaAUirX, sTfS.
f iilW I II I I mtmmm ftA lar.
HORST VON KfXCKRITZ. Pl-rmscw
wcaTiss a SrsctsLvr.
Fourth Ave. anlTwentv-TMrd St.
J. M. BUFORD,
Taeo i i-4 Tsr.r-d Coupatha ',
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
tUMi, 1j t.j'ri; n, -.r flwd
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