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THE ARaUB, FRIDAY. FEBRUAKY 27,1891.
HOW TO SPEND A PLEASANT
EVENING AT HOME.
Some Indoor Uamn That Will Tend
to .Make the Hoars Between Sap
per and Bedtime Seem All Too
Short Ilarnilesa Sport.
Young children like to be amused. Boys
and Rirls, whose ages vary between twelve
and sixteen, soon weary of refding and
they cannot be sent off to bed much before
U or 10 o'clock. How to make heme inter
esting to them by introducing pastimes
that are both instructive and ent ertaining
is a problem in which every parent ia
Young folks naturally attract other
young folks, and many a jolly circle may
1 e formed by making a little innocent mer
riment for the younger peoplj fun in
which even the older ones wiL not be
averse to joining. After all, we ire easily
amused; one has only to watch a i average
American audience convulsing i teelf over
a third rate comedy to be convinced of the
truth of this stat?ment.
Forming anagrams has long bet n a fa
vorite amusement and much ingenuity
has been shown in transforming a word by
changing its letters into another defining
it or related to it in some way. Borne of
the anagrams made in this way ate as fol
Telegraph great help.
Reformation to sin far more.
The following was made by Det n Swift:
TnK I).vai:f (no 1).
Transulistantiation Sin sat on a tin tar
tub. The English game of anagrams is
played with printed letters of the olpbub t
like those used in playing lopoiuacby.
Kach player forms a word aud then mix
ing the letters composing it, gives it to
his right-hand neighlor, who is required to
arrange the letters again in their proper
order. Ju France this game is called le
jeu de nots (the game of words), and is
played with bits of wood or bone resem
bling dominoes, having a capital 1 itter on
one end and a small one on the ot her.
A favorite amusement in the co jntry es
pecially at church socials, is faba baga or
bean bag. It can be played by a ny num
ber of persons. Probably most of our read
ers are familiar with this game. The bean
bags are thrown at a square inclined board
having in it two holes of different sizes.
The player takes his position at the farther
end of the room. Each bag thrown through
the large hole scores ten for the player,
and each bag that is shot through" the
smaller hole counts fifteen. Side may be
formed, a marker appointed to keep tally
and that side with the larger scoro, after a
certain number of rounds, is declared the
victor. Any boy with a mechanical turn
can make the board, while the sev ing and
filling of the bean baps may readily be
done by his sister or mother.
Upon the subject of charades nothing
need l e said in this article. Acting char
ades may be learned from printed liooks
like other plays, but usually the perform
ers merely agree on the plot and till in
the dialogue to suit themselves as the play
progresses. A great deal of sport may be
had in acting charades. The company may
be formed into two parties, each with a
leader. While one si.le acts the other
forms the audience and tries to guess the
TIIE PWARF (FIG. 2).
word represented. When this i.-; accom
plished the parties change places.
One can always entertain his company if
he be familiar with a few simple tricks.
People, old or young, like to be gulled.
Here are tricks with coins on whi"h the
young magician may practice so ns to
astonish his friends next time they drop in
to spend the evening. To tell blindfold
whether a coin falls head or tail upward is
simple enough, yet to the spectators not a
little puzzling. The coin must lie pre
pared by cutting on the edge of one face a
minute notch, causing a little point of
metal to project. When the coin is spun,
if it goes down with the notch Bid' under
neath this point will catch on the table,
causing the coin to fall suddenly instead
of gradually, as it otherwise would.
FABA V.AGA BOARD.
With a little practice the two scran la may
be easily distinguished.
Another trick -' 'be wanderin? coin.
Have ready twt.'
waxed on one
coin and fecretl;
the waxed ones. wL...
table waxed side npp
I'M, each slightly
orrow a similar
it for one of
!isn laid on the
..o.:t.r Dtaw two
pards from a pack
ame band with
and take then tat tbe
the otter wax d
I l . -
which will then stick to th ft nndonnntl
Lay this card on the table near the coin
that is already there and cover that piece
with the other card, pressing slightly on it
so it will stick. A coin may now be made
to appear under which ever card the per
former wills, for if he bend the card
slightly upward in lifting the coin will not
stick to it, othewise it will. To the com
pany it will appear as if there were but
one coin, which the performer caused at
will to pass from one card to the other.
A third thrick is that of tl, arinmhui
Have rea.iy a long piece of black
COIN' AND CARI.
thread, to one end of which is fastened a
bit of wax. The waxed end lies on the
table in front of the performer; the other
is held by an assistant in an adjoining
room. On the table stands an ordinary
goblet. The young magician Ikmtows a
coin, and. contriving to stick the waxed
thread to it. throws it into the goblet, call
ing on the spectators to ask it questions,
which it will answer by jin-ling in the
glass. It may 1 e agreed that one chink
shall mean "yes"' and two "n ." The
assistnnt must be near enough to hear the
questions, und answers them, according to
his fancy, by pulling the thread, making
the coin jump up and down in the glass.
A fourth is the coin aud card trick.
Balance a card on the tip of your fore
finger and on top of it place a nickel. Hit
the edge of the card a smart horizontal
blow with some object like a pencil or snap
it with your finger, if you can do it direct
ly forward without tending to drive the
card up or down, and the card will fly
away, leaving the coin balanced on your
Then try the coin and goblet trick. Sup
port a common drinking glass upside down
on two silver dollars, as shown iu the pic
ture, on a table covered with a cloth.
Place a half dollar within and ask the com
pany to remove it without touching or dis
turbing the goblet. This may be done by
scratching on the cloth near the glass.
A deceptive experiment is to put coins
In water. Fill a drinking glass to the brim
with water and then ask the company how
many coins can be dropped iu without
spilling it over. The guesses will all be
too small, for a surprising number can be
put in if it be done carefully. A little
practice with any of thee tricks and the
young beginner will soon become expert.
Some interesting experiments may be
tried on draughts of air. One is to open
on a crack the door between a cold room
and a warm one and hold a lighted candle
at various heights close to the crack. The
COIN AND GOBLET.
windows must be open iu either room. At
the top of the door the flame will be blown
toward the cold room and at the bottom
toward the warm room. About half-way
up there will be a place where the flame id
blown very little or not at all. The rea
son is that cold air, lieing heavier than
warm air, flows into the room along the
floor and forces the warm air out at the
Two boys may create a pile of fun for
the company by making up as a dwarf.
Let one of them stand behind a table aud
place his hands on it, whilo the other
stands behind the first and passes his arms
around him, as shown in figure 1. The
head and body of the second boy and the
legs of the first are hidden by curtains
which can easily be managed if the table
be placed in a doorway. Boots are then
placed on the hands of boy number one,
and a jacket put on over his shoulders and
the arms of the hidden player. Then, as
will be seen in the second picture, an ex
cellent imitation of a dwarf is thus formed.
The face hhould be disguised as much as
possible, and the dwarf may be dressed
fantastically to represent a Turk or Moor.
To add to the fun, a thiid person might
act the part of showman, and give a comic
account of the dwarf's history. Then the
freak might deliver a speech appropriate
gestures being male by the player who
furnishes the nrms. These are apt to be
ludicrous, as the Reroud loy will probably
have trouble in fitting his actions to the
words of the first. The dwarf can dance
and perform many remarkable feats, such
as rubbing bis head with his toe or putting
both feet in his mouth at once. Three
bright lioys can keep a room full of com
pany convulsed with laughter with this
act, and it should be well rehearsed before
hand. An amateur "mesmerist" may make a
good deal of sport for the company by pre
tending that he actually has the power to
mesmerize. Lie must first catch a "sub
ject" who is unacquainted with the trick
to be played. This victim is told to sit op
posite the operator, who calls for two soup
plates filled with water. l?y previous ar
rangement the bottom of one has been
blackened by holding it over a candle, and
this is given to the subject. The latter is
directed to fix his eyes steadily on the
operator's face, and to imitate every mo
tion as exactly as possible. The "mes
merist" then dips his finger into the water,
in bis plate, rubs it on the bottom and
draws a line on his face. The subject
oopios the movement, only of course .the
line he mokes w a black one. His eyes be
ing fixed steadily ahead be does not see
that his finger is blackened, and so be can
tinuee to follow the movements of the
operator until his face is cria -crossed in
every direction with sooty stripes. He la
then told he is not a good subject, as the
tsnotnerut cannot control hint, ao he is al
lowed te leave the chair ami Is then con
ducted before a mirror, where, amid the
laugh of (he spectators, he dieoorers to
trtck that btm beea r4ay ed.
otate op Ohio. City of Toutim J
LnrAo. Pnmmr f 88
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of 5. j.
Cheney & Co.. doing business in the city
U1 Aoieuo. county and state aforesaid, and
mat said firm will pay the sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every cuss
of catarrh that cannot be cured by the
ubo vi uau a catarrh Cure.
FnkKi J. f?nKv
8worn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D.. 1886
) A. W. Glbaron.
seal V Notary Public.
Ilall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
The razor is so-called, of course, be
cause it enables a man to rZ9 whiskers.
It Is said will sell anything, this is
true in a measure; but for staying
qualities,- merit is the test Extensive
advertising may sell anything where
It is new or unknown, but after It
comes into general use, it is judged
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Specific
U the best evidence of its excellence.
It is most popular where it is best
known. Every bottle sold, sells ten
others. Every one that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
Swdt Si'kcific Co., Atlanta, Ga
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way Depot corner Fifth avenne and Thirty
fltst street. Frank H. Plnmmer. aen.
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way Racine A Nouthweatcrn Division De
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8:lo am 7: pm
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i 4-uj pm' b: am
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Passenger trains arrive snd depart from Colon
Accommodation train leaves Rock Ialacd 8 -45
p. m. arrives at Peoria 2 :30 a. m Leaves Peoria
7:15 p. m. arrive al Rock Island 1 :OS a. m.
Acrom, M'lAAc Accom.
Lv. Rock 11 and 6.30 am .10 am 4.00 pm
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Lv. Cable 6. ) am 12 N) pm 8.45 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.10 a nj 1.45 pm 4.25 pm
" Rock Island 8 05 am; 3 .UP pm 6.30 pm
Chair car on Fast Express between Rock Island
and Peoria In both directions
H. B. 8UDLOW, U. PTOCKHOUSE.
Hnpeiintendent Gti'1 TkC A (rent.
CHAR. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dlmlck Block, No. 804 90th St.. Rock Island.
Havtrtc pnretaed a complete line of Undertak
ing good, with hearse and anpaartenncea. and
having at-enred tbe services of Mr. Oeo. E. Ked,
of Chicago, an sxpert funeral director and em
balmer of 12 years experience, t am folly pre-
ared to guarantee aauafacUoa.
Mnr uffrrtna' in eatuc4
by Krmalo Weakness thaa
all otbf rdistaiiinpiHnbupd
and wb nKlctt pro
duce life lonr Invalida.
bat rum sa raimixsa, tbe
wcMMierf at home treatment
la a aara ear fur Whites
tkm. Utarrmuua, Palatal
la i ook Island bj Harta
. . 1
tUck ReaAaffae and roller all the troablan ta
dent to a bilious atato of th systnts, aaoh SJV
XHxzlnesa, Nausea Drowsiness. Diatresa aftnc
eating. Pain In tba Bide, kc Wbilo their most
remarkable success has been shown la coxing
Headache, Tt Carter's little lA-ree PTHs are
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pro
Venting tblaannoyimr complaint, whlla they aim
correct all disorders of theatomarhtimulatetha
liver anaieguiata tbe bowels, vaairuerotuy
' Aeti s Ihey wrmld be almoe t priopteaji to those wf.
aui&r from tbia diatreaaing complaint; but forta
xutely tbelrgoodneaadoea noend bereKl thoaa
whoonootry teem will find tbeae little piilavaltv.
able In so many ways that liiey will not be wil
ling to do without them. But after allaJckbea4
fla the bone of so many lives that here is whtrs
'VremakeourgreatboaaC Oar pills core it while
Others do not.
Carta's Little Liver Puis are very small and
wry easy to take. One or two pills make a doe.
Tbey are atrictly vegetable ana do not gripe or
riuipn, but by their gentle action please ail who
uo thora. Invialaat25centa; fiveforfl. Sultl
by droUU evorywiiaru, or aent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PILL. SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRIGS
AN PURE ' j
A8K TOUR GROCER FOB IT.
For sa'e by a'l flr't-claat Grocery dealer.
John "Solk cSc Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, FinoriDij.
sod all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth St.. brL Third and Fob rth svrr.
HENRY C. SCHAFFER,
SOFT AND HARD
Office 1 131 Second avenue, corner Fifteenth at.
Telephone No. 108).
After years experience la teaching Instra
menUl Music, 1 will promise yon more theory with
) lessons for the least money of any teacher la
nndsr our supervision, riven each Juvenile peptl.
Teachers will save moneT to order their Muic
Books of na One-third off of marked price on
Sheet annate to every ooe. Leave orders, nanlne
author, at my muatc rooms, 1401 Second evenae.
WsmakssapecisHyof teschinc taeiBwrteaeee
teachers bow to teach.
Address me at 14U0 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MB. O. A, WKBKavKK.
OaUjaraaad for rirraUr ---niamj
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m tvTwer iww,BWBnaiiinBflaaa i i
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Fresh Fish. White Fish, Cod Fish.
Smel'z. Smoked Halibut.
Pickled Herring, Bmoked Bloaters,
Large Fat Mackerel,
Canned Bmoked Trout,
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P. EtnilunACo. Olives,
Cross & Blackwell's Midgets,
Jenny Liod Staffed Mangoes,
Imported Red Currant Jelly,
Raspberry aid Strawberry Jelly,
Durkee Salad Dressing.
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Fetches, S'.nwherries, etc.
Edam, From as de Brie,
Neufachtpl, Sap Sago,
Cream an 1 Limburger.
Wilow. Rtnd & WaUop.
Chase & Sunford's,
High rade Coffees always on hand.
Armour's Star Boneless Btcoo.
Giimore's Hams and Bacon,
Pure Leaf Lard.
Pig's Feet. Biotlc's Hocks?
Poultry always on band .
Florida Orarg-s and Lmocs.
1103, Third avenue.
Telephone No. 11C8.
STATK OF ItLINOlft, .
BOCK ISL4B D COCBTT. I
In the etrcoit coort ef Rock Island roooty. T
me May term A. U I9I.
Robert c. Jewett, va Cawlas C. Hartmaa and
.s.nford F. Hart man.
rabllc notice Is hereby prn to the said Cassis
C. Hart in at and Sanfnrd K. Hart man. that nt
of attvhment issued out of tbe .'Ace of the
clerk of stld Rock Island rsnnty circuit coart,
dated the aevrcteeolh day of January A . D. 1M1.
In the suit or the aaid Robert C. Jewett and
aratnst the estate of the said Caserns C. liartanaa
and fanfnrd F. Hartman. for the nm of One
Thonsand Five Hundred and Ffty dol'ara
(fl,U0 Hi), directed to tbe abtnff of Rntk Island
connty. wtl b ald writ ha beea letsrned el
ecatrd; row thrrrfore unlr yrtm, the paid San
ford F Oarmaa and Cassia C. Hartmn shall
Personally be and appear before the a:d
Island coonty c'rralt court, on or before the (nt
day f the nest term thereof, to be balden nt the
court bouse In the city of Bnrk Island, la 4
county, on tbe frst Monday of Mar A y. i
Five bail and plead to tbe said plactiff'a action.
ja'1(.m''nt will le en't-rrd against you and Is
favor 4. f ihe said Robert C. Jenrlt. and o aauch
of the property a'tarbrd as may he stfflrient to
sausry me saia juot'Dieat aod cert, w be ao'd
io eaiisiT tne sanie.
Rock island, liL. Jan. Si. Mil.
GEORGE W. GAVIILE. CTfrtt.
JifU'l" A IlrRST, IMaintiff s Attorney.
By virtue of aa ezecutlna and fee bi!l y..(t
iesned onl of the rlrk'e s g.m A ih. iHHi. .
Of Rilrk Islaiid rnnntr t tk. mi mf - f :
and to me directed, wrereby I am commanded to
"- wc ammui ui a certain inacment recenu r
obtained ai-ainst Freeerirk U. Bone la favor of
The MCormirk Harreiine u.k...
out of tbe lands, tenrmmu. roods and chattels'
m ui eaio oeienaanta. i nave levied npoa the
f ollowins property, to-wit :
1 ot three iHt In i.Inetr f fr. r Ti .
I ootic a aidlilon to Milan, formerly Camden
tins, in uiacoubty or Uock Island ia r.atcof
Therefore arvneHIn InatM . t -i.-n
tose for sale at public aucUon ail the rieht, title
uw vi t'tts .nore namee. r rvdenrk af.
Bope. in and to the above described proreTtr. on
1 hnrsdar. the C'h ri.e nr ...
o dock a. m , ai the north door of the court boose
. c"7 ' nor isinnt, tn tbe connty of Rock
Island and state af llltiw.is i . .... ' .
satisfy sale execution and fee bill .
Iaied at Hoc Island this seoond die of Feb
ruary, A. D. IWI c. I. UORlxiN.
BhertS of Rock lalaud countv. HUnoi.
Estate of Ar.drrw E. Jobmvm. Deceased.
The nndersiitceo h.rinr twin a mmt4 sHi.
istra rix (f tbe estate f Ami ew k J. hnm, I.,.
of tbe county of Rock Islaud. state of llliooi de
ceased, hereby evea notke thai she wiU appear
before the connty coort of Rock Island connty. at
the office of tbe clerk of aaid court. In the ct v of
Rock Island, st tbe April terra. on the f rat Moo
day in April next, alwiic time all person bav
in claim aeainst said eetale are sniil --.A
reqautad to auesd. tor tbe purpose of bavinc the
same adjusted. All person Indebted to aaid ea
tate are reqaested to stake I Ciaaediatc payment
to tbe andcrsifued.
Dated 'hi Kith day of F'tiraarv. A. D.. IM.
IIANSAH JOHS&J. AdainlatratrlB.
TalBTI M fcl'aeri Tattlt.- r-
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SSI I I.IIIIIIMiM.l,t.
as trial t, rMars aa 1 1 i , r
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T4 OfTmf yawWSBi Basmav s -. f
aad Monthly IrrerolartUea. n nasaama
uam L ! uk i reriodtral PITJ, of Parta,
raaraoirefl so accaaplwk ail that at
clatmed for them. To be used raontMy for UweKe
r-' Z 7" an ui reci ion anta eaca
bns 1 1 prrbos or three mm fas as. lai,
PUI tin., rovnltv DmarWim si. f . arw.
renotr, pill obtained of Otto RaeVrC Elsrkreea
Rock Iaisavd. Jappa A Ool, Daren port, and of all
SKcJiit i st ;f .fft, !!
3 I ' Ris-T TibcSitt . tcisft.
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PHYSICS AKD SUECEC3
It rtffl Trasiur a :th (ht Greatsst
SKILL and SUCCESS
Ctroiiic, Kots&s EiaFrlTats Diseases,
ar,rNERVOUS DEBIL1TT. Lost Mas.
rood. Failiof Memory, Ehu.aung Draiaa,
Terrible Dreams. Head and Back Ache and at
theeoecn leading toeatly decay an pertufjaCeey,
fnptioo or Insanity, treated jKsmacally by arw
methodt wrtti never -allmc jocrv
SYPHILIS and all had BlMd and EUs
aaea pti niaoent!r cured.
TT-K1DNEY aod URINARY
Gleet, Ooaorrboea, Stnctare. Varicocele i
aB dweMCi of the Ccoito-Unaary Orana oared
promndT witbojt lajtay to Stsaack. LidaeyB ar
No ezpertmeots. Are and erperieoc
faBportant. CoesaKatioa tree and nacre A.
a".!! corrnpcidenre ta aacredly ienia
Forty Yeir' Practice niNn Dr. OarkpeoGwar
antee Cure in all CaraMe Cate of Eneas a.
Nrrefala. Kvphllla. Rladder aad Sidney ftia.
eaeea. Letrrfc and Female TeHea. firer
(plaint, tatarrh. all ttrswd. Skin and
No matter who bat failed to cure eon. write
Dr. Clarke a fall history nf yoar rae. Hotura,
StoS; Sandaya, 9 to is. Call on or address
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark 8U CHICACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
I J VTby paTH feestoaawks vWntlMbeat
v wJeoical trealment raa oe had f rn u n
J ablenrteeaof Tbe IVr('iewiarJOo,re
i pared f roea the prear'ntooeai ot Itr. Will.
. x ivunu KLH
and TVi i lnaa lieairw.
Loan of Meanorr. Is,-, iswwleiK r- -
lrtin early uiscretvinanr otiMTCaaseja; also
Cm tim " " 'pmiK a weakBSM
0LU Mkll inadvanreol tbevraw.Kis).
ney aod bladder tmtjMee, etci, will and oar Method
f I'Teatment Sle, Certain and Krxerty Ct'KK.
SEMIKAL PASTILLES. leJJS
rKitevretneabovenilnienta. lar.ta illbBasa.
no has aiveo aoeaai aiu-nton to tksaa
dnennea Tar many year, prearnbe f i a,l
nal l-astillea nhioh aM direetie am. ta
disevedorran.and rastnre var- taeuer
uaan Mosnark Mealirtnea. a toey are atat
ckarieteof diet ca- tntermiaa In baal n ws.
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Dvanauiuoa' otTtera. ante
Tme peru CMfMietL en..
163 waccans STMtv, ir.iLwAuTcrt, nt
THE MOLINE SAVIKBS QADK
(Charted by the Ltci.'.i'sre of rJiaota.)
lMOIaHSTE. - It,lS.
Open daRy frani t A. H . to I P. kf . mad oaTaee
day aad batarday Kveciac. from f tm
Icterect allowed on Dceposiu at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Ataum.
Deposits received in amounts of
fl and Upwards.
The prreata property ef tae Trsatees to reseon.
stbts ta tb depoaitora. The ofBoera are prohibi
ted from botrowlac aay of Its aaoaeya. Miais
aad married wotaea aroUicied by special law.
Ornrri:-f W. Turuxx, Pree'dett: Poa
tbb ttaiBBaa, Vice Premdeat; C F. Bsaavwar.
TmrrBa: A. W. Wbae'rk, Porter masar,
C. F. Uemecway, 1. SUa Leas, . B Edwards,
Hiraia DarllDC. A. t. nrtt. J. g. scalar. L.
R MeaiewsT O teel.e
IV 1 be
uycaarsercs Bsv.axi Biu la BacX
W. C. MAUCKER,
Barlaf parcbaeed tbe
Property which he has had teetied for the he
trf baaliicaa. b) now prepared to aooocB
SDodate tranMmt (-seat.
Day and Regular Boarding
a very reaaoaahle price.
Be le also eafied la the
at the sasteplace with a choice Vat ef Groceries.
r arm proeace a pec tally.
H0R8T VON KfXCKRTrZ.1
FaawcairneBs a Sractatrr.
Foarth At. aadTweatv-Thirl Et,
rJ. M. BUFORD,
Tat o'i Tire s-d Tlaes-trk-d CotspaUee
re- reset ted.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
Bates aa low as any n-lKble 'm ay eaa -"S-l
V oc m Ar, a. Mwca.
leadior stBrawly ant
Jvb-a at oLwa.
aan Btiai l fcar
I tearribe B aavl knet
. nit ta no anawmliiai
r tu a!l nlmn.
rrs . nw iNsat aa
l iara bvwb
asm vweneem street