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THE AKGUS. THURSDAY, APlilL. ,1801,
"The Castaway at the theatre to-
tifht. . V
Miss Minnie Z;ii went to Chicago this
Miss Lilah Stuart at the theatre to
Dancing school at Armory hall atup
dT night. " ;
W. L Coyne went to Omaha on busi
T. J. lied ill made a fljing trip to Chi
C. F. Fleming left for Chicago last
night on business. .
II. J. Lowrey is down from Chicago on
a ahort business visit.
Hon. II. C. Cleareland went to Chi
cago on business yesterday.
Ten and 20 cents are the prices of ad
mission to the theatre tonight.
Fred Uass left for Minneapolis last
evening on a week's business trip.
Tim Murphy and wife left for a few
days visilln Chicago this morning.
Alfred Ahnsteit and Georee Peterson,
of Cable, were i i the city yesterday.
Tom Williams denies that the fight be
tween James and Kelly occurred in bis
Samuel Whiteside and Thomas Rob
1 erts, of Port Byron, were in the city yes
" terday tn business.
-j t-Mr. and Mrs. John Weyerhauser will
' shortly aiove into Fred Weyerhauser's
'pa'itisl tesiJcnee on the bluS.
People who wish tisee Mis S'.usrtfor
10 and 20 cents should embrac; the op
portunity this week, as next season she
appears with a high priced company.
Samuel Webb lheg!as blower, left for
Ottawa last night where he will remain
until the close of the glass blowing sea-
son. His family will remain in Rock Isl
and. The Lilah Stuart company gave an
admirab e presentation of "The Princess
of Thult" at Harper's theatre last night.
This evening "The Castaways" will be
Tonight occurs the regular monthly
meeting of the Rock Island Citizens' Im
provement association, when delegates
T 'will be selected to attend the commercial
congress at Kansas City this month.
O. H. Jewell and Supt. of Waterworks
Murrm sre getting along cicely in their
work of pitting in the Cable nltti. and
they hope to have the plant in operation
tomorrow evening or Saturday morning.
MUs Haas, the milliner, has just re
turned from Chicago this morning, where
she purchafed an extensive line of cap
tivang spring novelties which the la
diet of Rock Island are invited to call and
John Coughlin, who was adjudged in
sane in the county court last week, as
taken toth Northern hospital for thejin
sane at Elgin this morning. He was in
charge of bis brother, William Coughlia,
and John H. Jones.
Rev. J. B. Hartzell, of Moline. one of
tbe pioneer preachers of Rock Island
county, died at Grinnell, Iowa. Tuesday.
The fiineral was held at Port Byron this
morning. Mr. Hartzell was '9 years of
age aud came to Rock Island county in
Work at the electric power station is
progressing as fast as the weather will
permit. One furnace and smoke stack is
finished and a fire was put in yesterday
wh:ch is being kept going to season the
walls, and it is now thoucht that some of
the lines wi'.i be started by the ICth or
18th of the month.
A very pleasant surprise was given
Frank Daly at bis home on Elm street
last night. Yesterday being his 21stbirth
day bis parents kad planned a surprise
for him, and accordingly a large numl-er
of bis young friends gathered and celc
brated his arrival at bis majority in a fit
ting manner. His parents presented him
with a handsome gold ring. A boun
teous spread was served and a general
social time indulged in.
The Rock Island CouDty Horticultural
society was organized yesterday afternoon .
- There was a fair attendance at the meet
ing at Browning & Entrikin's. but little
business was done except to organize and
make a date for the next meeting; Hiram
Darling was elected president; George
Hunt, of PortByroD, vice president; W.
C. Wilson, secretary and J. Ege. of
Cordova, treasurer. Tbe next tneeiirjg
will be held in October.
A Mda Fount.
M W. Battles is making some altera
tions in the interior of Thomas' drug
store to prepare for a mammoth soda
fountain, which is to arrive in a couple
of weeks. It will be the handsomest in
the(city, and no doubt Thomas' will be
the popular rendezvous for all individu
als who desire to slake their thirst with
"soft" drinks tbe coming summer.
The Closing Reform.
According to the Davenport Democrat,
the long fought for clos'ng reform of tte
clerks is about to fail at the last moment.
There will be a meeting of the ,-Tri-City
labor congress in Rock Island next Sun
day; its members say the largest and the
hottest one ever held -here by that or
I bswe used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
since 1872 and consider it the best cough
medicine I ever tried.
John Wow, Meyersdale, Pa.
THK CANAL ROITE.
K-CBcraMa Grt at Vahtt
latrsala Objeeiloa-t t tt. ;
The Chicago Tribune of ttis morning
conttinsthe following Washington spe
cial: Ex Congressman Gest of Rick Island,
is here to consult with the ir depart
ment officials concerning tb Hennepin
canal route. Capt. Wheeler's report rec
ommending what is known as the South
Shore route was iadorsed by Capt. Mar
shall and in the regular course of routine
department business approved by the
acting secretary of war. Wieeler rec
ommends following the south shore lice
of Rock river from a point atiout a mile
and a half above Milan to the mouth of
tte river, a distance of some hing more
than fbur miles. Under this plan tbe
dam would be built at the hear! of Carr's
Island. According to CaDt. Wheeie!, to
build alone this line would be cheaper by
about 170,000 than to fellow the north
side of the river?
Judge Gest thinks that the Vheeier re
port does not take into accouct the local
geography of tbe region which favors the
north toute and he is not sure taat it
would be any dearer. He sia es that the
people at Milan contend that if the dam
be built at tbe head of Carr's island it
will destroy their water power and prob
ably cause litigaticn for the government
in determining what their vested rights
are. His idea is to build the c am at Mi
Ian and give the manufacturers there
the benefit of it without the government
ceding any of i's control These and
o;her considerations were pn seated to
Gen. Casey, chief of the engineer corp,
ihi? morning, and Judge Gest will bare
another interview wi:h the wi.r ilpr;
rcect officials tomorrow.
While the Wheeler report hts been ap
proved, there is no deposition to rtfu?c
bearing on it to those bo are entitled n
be heard and who did not kucv that th-
report had yet gone to the secretarv. If
gocd reasons were given it mii;ht yet be
modified. Judge Gest saw Gei. Hender
son, chairman of tbe river aid barber
committee, ton:gbt with a view to hiving
the chairman go to the war department
with hiaa. Gen. Henderson, however,
had arranged to leave for lliin is in the
morning and could not postpone his jour
A Xanibrr of Entet taioln:: Kveata
There was a pleasant surprise party
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Liltig oa Miss L'zzie L ttig :s:
last evening. A nse sur per was
served and a general gw! time was in
dulged in. The fol'.oaine is a list of
those who were present:
Jean Doyle Lo-.is f.ioai-, 1
Hi-tirvPreMen Alfred Bowtn
Clifli rd Yerbury Willie Siemn 1
Kyle Pierce WitrLltiig
Pophia Pfoff '
F.mmi Antb- zj
M-srs. and Uesdames
Willct French HenrjcUttis
On Tuesday evening about 15 c;up!c
of young people met at the home of Mis
Bertha Luchman and proceeded to the
home of Charles H. Arnold, on Thirty
first street, where they took tla"
young man by surprise and presented
him with a handsome silk umbrella as a
token of thtir kind wishes on h 3 birth
day. A fine supper was served and tbe
evening spent in social pastimes.
Miss Josie Sexton was agreei.bly sur
prised at her bom?, S00 Third avenue, by
about 35 of her young friends last eve
ning. An excellent supper was served
and the ycung people passed the evening
in dancing and social amusen.en:.
A. J. Blethen late proprietor of the
Minneapolis Tribune and cow extensively
interested in the coal m:nes at Briar
Bluff, is in tbe city. Mr. Blethen is
thinking seriously of locating pe macen:
ly in Rock IsUnd and bas under ;ocs. der
ail on the purchase of H. J. L .wrey's res
idence on Twentieth street anu otter
property. Mr. Blethen is typically a
progressive citizen. He makes vhatever
he takes hold of hcrr., and he is tie lied
of a man that Rock Island extends its
best welcome to in these days of its thor
ough going advancement.
It is nut entirely improbable that Mr.
Blethen may come into possession of the
A few boarders wanted at S0) Nine
Sure cure for dyspepsia, chewing gum.
All the best brands at Kre'ti & Math's.
Butter cups put up in half tnd one
pound air tight jars, smaller amount
loose, at Krell & Math's.'
Dwelling for sale cheap, corner of Fif
teenth avenue and Thirty-first street, one
block from Elm street cars. Enquire on
No April fool joke hut a fact, that
the Crown dining room serves a belter
meal for 25 cents thin any other place
in the city.
Ah hah! The latest; we have them
mint glaces. Tbey consist of ex .ra fine
cream and. flavored stroDgly of mint.
Erell & Math always have tbe lat?st for
J. J. Lerch, tbe well known painter
paper banger, grainer, kalaominei. etc
is prepared to do all kinds of won in bis
line in first class manner. Sh p Xo
309 Eighteenth street.
Gocd natnre and good sense most ever
loin. To suffer is human, to get well
is sublime: But if tbe trouble is neuial
gia the only cure is Salvation Oil.
A r leant g Senas
Of health and strength renewed and of
ease and comfort follows tbe use of Sy
rup of Figs, as it acis in harmony with
nature to effectually cleanse tbe system
when costive or bilious. For sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading druggists.
VETS ON PARADE.
Big Day at the G. A. R.
FIVE TH0USA5D YLTES1NS U LUTE
Xecatnr Packed with People to See the
Spectacle Streets Fall or Oalsokrra
and Much Enthnsiavm AH the State
Officer In the Column The Air Vocal
with Patriotic Mnaie and tha City
Urilliaat in It Dress of Red, White
Tt-..w, ti . t 1 ., tr..i 1--.
was the biggest day in the history of De-
catur. Fifteen thousand strangers came
here to witness the creat G. A. R. pa
rade, and no one was disappointed. Tbe
weather was bright and pleasant, and
there was nothing to mar the pleasures
of tbe day. The parade was composed of
5,(X"0 veterans in carriages, on horseback
and on foot. The people who witnessed
tbe pageant could not rind room on the
walks. They flooded the streets, and bad
to be fought back by tbe police while the
procession was passing. Unbounded en
thusiasm pervaded the city. "
Ninety Hand of Music.
The elaborate decorations were cheered
again and again by tbe veterans, and the
air was filled with patriotic music from
ninety bands. The parade began at 2
o'clock, headed by Marshal G. R. Steele
and Goodman's band. Theu came Dun
ham post as an escort to Gen. Veazy, wt.o
followed in a carriage with Governor Fi
ler, MaJ. Hays and the state officers. Gov
ernor Fifer's staff came text. and then
Gen. Distin and staff fallowed w;t!i tl'e
department of Illinois, of whicit tLe
George II. Thomas, of Chicago, was a cm
tpicuous post, and was loudly c'.iec-red.
A MKt Imposing Spectacle.
Following these came the delegates, vis
iting comrades, Sous of Veterans, etc.
All state officers were in the parade. It
was the mo-t imposing spectacle ever wit
nessed in central Illinois. Geu. Lieby,
Sheriff Matson, Kirk Host mi 11 and Gen.
Swarne marched proudly ia the ranks.
Governor Oglesby cad other occupants of
carriages were cheered at every step. The
distinguished visitors who bad headed the
column in carriages were on the stand
with Gen. Yeazey wheu the line passed
in revii w before the reviewing stand at
the city park. '
Met for the First Time in Tears.
Tbe veterans marched four abreat.
They did not keep step so well nor march
so lively as they tbey did twenty-five
years ao; some o the fellows who drank
from the same cauteeu touched elbows
lor the hrt tiir.e sines the war, and to
martial music tbey kept p.icen: a lively
g'. t. Along the line ot marcn through 1
tiie residence porttou oi the city the bouses
were gayly deckel with flags and bunt
ing. The march covered two miles, per
haps, and before it had been traversed
some of the gray-haired boys had dropped
f.ora the rantkS.
Cm. Veazy Take His Leave.
Gen. Veazy departed last night for In
diapolis to attend the encampment there,
and Governor Fifer and staff return to
Springfield. Dunham post have receive!
from Mrs. Lydia Tolind McKee, of Cali
fornia, a solid silver brick for the na
tional memorial halL Her husband
was a member of the original post. The
r?t buiintss session ot the V. R. C.
wis held in the morning and Mrs. D. A.
I.eaverton, of Palestine, delivered her ad
dress, a few committees were appointed
and the nieetiug adjourned for the day.
The president's address showed that dur
ing the seven years Cu the order 19,ft23
THE SOLONS OF ILLINOIS.
At Work Again Mimping New Legisla
tion Ioin;s In Uriel.
Spr.lXGFlELD. Ills., April 9. A bill was
introduced in tbe senate yesterday appro
priatin ?il.V$) to Melissa A. Swift, the
widow of Brigadier-General Swift, for
his services in commanding the "Cairo ex
pedition" in April, Bills were passed:
Providing that the governor shall appoint
Chicago justices of the peace; requiring
that a promissory note given for patent
right orlightninst-rol shall have expressed
on its face in legi ble letters tbe purpose
for which it i given.
Haifa Million for the World's Fair.
In the houe a bill was introduced .ap
propriating io!i,OJ) for the state exhibit
at tbe World's fair and appointing a
board of commissioners to have charge of
the matter. Another bill introduced re
quires Jirepioof safes to be kept in all
sleeping-cars, in which can be deposited
valuables of passengers; also a bill to pre
vent the pollution of streams and lakes.
The Michigan Legislature.
Laxsixg, Mich., April 9. The Patrons
of Industry members of the senate have
drawn up a congressional apportionment
bill giving the Democrats the First, Sec
ond, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, and Tenth
districts sure and a rather small ma
jority in the Fifth, while the Republicans
secure the Third, Fourth, XintS. Elev
enth, and Twelfth. Detroit is made into
two districts instead of three, as in tbe
Democratic plan, but the Democrats se
cure as many districts on the whole as in
their original plan. The university bill,
appropriating II So, COO for that institution
for this year and next, has passed the sen
ate. Could Not Stand Her Son' Disgrace.
Louisville, Ky., April 9. Mrs. Florence
Loug, boarding' at 144 East Jefferson
street, committed suicide Tuesday by
swallowing an ounce of morphine. When
discovered she was lying at full length
upon the floor, and in her left hand she
tightly clasped a letter from her son in
Texas, which stated that he was a prisoner
in the fftate penitentiary. Tbe letter ex
pressed the deepest contrition for the act
which brought about the writer's arrest,
and pleaded to the mother for forgiveness.
Gen. Rosecran Much Better.
Washisgtos Citt, April 9. Gen. Rose
crans, who has been ailing and confined
to his room for several days, was much
better last night. The alarming reports
that were published about his precarious
condition Tuesday were not justified by
his condition at any time during the past
few days. '"
Novel Secret Society Salt.
COLC1IBC3, Ind., . April . George W,
Eerron has filed suit In thetcircuit court
against Inqnashquah lodge. -Xo. 64, Inde
pendent Order of Red Men, of this city,
for the improper election of officers, de
manding as damages $330. This tstbe
first case of the kind filed ia this stats.
THE TREATY VMTH NEWFOUNDLAND
Reciprocity Soheme Which Is
I'p at Canada' Reqaest-
Washixgtox Crrr, April . The treaty
of reciprocity which was negotiated be-
ia behalf of Newfoundland, and which
was suspended by tbe British government
because Canada protested, provides that
United States fishing vessels shall have
the same rights and privileges in the har
bors of Newfoundland as those of that
country: that all Newfoundland fish prod
ucts except "green codllsh shall be ad
mitted to the United States free of duty,
together with the packages in which, they
Lower Duties on Our Kx ports.
In consideration of no" duty on fish pro
ducts as above, merchandise exported
from the United States to Newfoundland
shall be dutiable at no higher rates than
the following, and when ' said dnties are
made lower to other countries the same
shall apply to the United States: Flour,
23 cents per barrel; pork, 1j cents per
pound; bacon and bains, tongues, smoked
beef and sauages, 2' centa per poun 1, or
$2.50 per 112 pounds; beef, pigs' heads,
hocks and feet, salted and cured, 4 cent
per pound; Indian meal, 25 cents per bar
rel; peas, 33 cents per barrel; oatmeal, 30
cents per barrel of 20J pounds; bran, In
dian corn and rye, V2 per cent, ad valo
rem; salt in bulk, 20 cents per ton of 2,240
pounds; kerosene oil, 6 cents per gallon.
American Export Admitted t ree.
And the following articles imported
into the colony of Newfoundland from
the United States shall be admitted free
of duty: Agricultural implements and
machiuery imported by agricultural soci
eties for tbe promotion of agriculture;
crushing niilU lor mining purposes; raw
cotton; corn for the manufacture of
brooms; gas engines, when protected bv
patent; plows and harrows; reaping, rak
ing, plowing, potato digging aud seeding
machines to he used in the colony; print
ing presses and printing tvp-rs. Tbe
treaty is to be in force five years, aud at
the cud thereof twelve months notice
must be giveu by either party desiring to
terminate the same.
PROBABLY IN THE PICKLING VAT.
An Klein Man's ltody Mysteriously Miss
ing at Cincinnati.
CisciSSATL O., April 9. It. F. Dow, of
Elgin, Ills., is in the city trying to locate
the body of Dr. M. L. Chamber, his
uncle. Dr. Chambers is the man who
died suddenly a few days ago at the Hotel
Martin. . When his body was taken
charge of by the coroner nothing but a
few cnts was found on it. Inquiries
were made for Lis relatives, and after a
week tbe coroner received a telegram
from a woman in Xew Orleans who
claimed to be Chambers' wife. She was
very particular in her inquiry about what
property ws found on his pi'r-'on. b:;t
ieft the order cf Free Masons to bury him,
saying she would not be here. After re
ceiving this telegram, tbe coroner ordered
the body buried and it was interred in the
Looks Something Like Foul Play.
JCow it w-ms that ths new of Cham
bers' death ha just reached his friends
and relatives. Mr. Dow says that his
uncle was possessed of considerable
means, receiving his royalties on several
valuable patents. He came to Cincinnati
oa his way to Washington City to look
after some of bis patents, and was sup
posed to have plenty of money. An inves
tigation show that Chambers" body has
been removed from the city cemetery, and
has probably been taken to some medical
college. Mr. Dow is now on a search
among the colleges to find it. He says
that Chambers was never married, and
that the woman in Xew Orleans is an im
postor. The Kailtrays and EipoJt Flonr.
Washixgvon Cirr, April 9. Hon. John
C. Xew, the consul general of the United
States, has nt to the state department
a communication received by him fro
the secretary cf tbe London Flour Tra-it
association, in which the latter complains
that flour shipments to England from tte
United States are hampered because the
railways have a combination by which
they choose their own time to forward
flour, causing great irregularity in its de
livery at English ports and making it im
possible for purchasers to know at what
time they will receive it. He asks the as
sistance of Mr. Xew to rectify the in
justice. The Value of naruum's Estate.
Bridgeport, Conn., April 9. Flags are
displayed at halfmast and emblems
of mourning are general throuchout the
city for the los of ivs world-known citi
zen, P. T. Harnum. The funeral has
been set for 2 o'clock to-morrow after
noon, and it is probable that tbe services
will be held in the South Congregational
church, as its seating capacity is the
largest in the city. Barnum leaves an
estate valued at 5.000,Ooo.
Parneil Not to Resign.
DrBLIX, April 9. At a meeting of the
Cork leadership committee the mayor of
Cork announced that Parneil was willing
to resign and contest with Maurice Healy,
but he (tbe mayor) bad taken tbe respon
sibility to dissuade him. Parneil visited
Dr. Kenny at the headquarters of the
Xational league and theu went back to
London. Parneil will speak again in Ire
land on the 13th inst.'
Condemns the later-State Law.
Boston, April 9. In his annual report,
President Perkins, of the Chicago, Bur
lington and Quincy railway, says ths in
ter state commerce law has done great
harm by interfering wit h the natural course
of trade. Unless something is done to
prevent cutting of rates competing lines
must become bankrupt and ultimately
Here' Tour Base Ball Again.
Chicago, April 0. The American Base
Ball association opened the championship
season of 1891 yesterday with three
games. At eaca city there was a pa
rade, brass band, etc., and abundant en
thusiasm. The s c ires were: At Balti
more lioston 7, Baltimore 11; at Louis
ville Columbus 6. Louisville ?; at St.
Louis Cincinnati 7, St. Louis 7.
More Bid for Public Building Site.
Washington Crrr. April 9. Bids were
opened by Secretary Foster yesterday for
site upon which to erect public buildings
at the following cities: Sioux City, la.;
Emporia, Kan.; Fargo, N. I.; Kansas
City, Ma; Racine, Wis.; Sheboygan,
Wis., and South Bend, Ind.
The latest report concerning Parneil is
that he bas married Mrs. O'Shea's eldest
daughter, the marriage having been pri
vate because the young woman was
ward in chancery.
We want you to see the best corsets j
for the money In this vicinity.
Our "Mayfio'wer" at 50c- Satteens
Our "No. 100 " asatteen stripe cor
set in black only at 75 cents, cannot be
Two new numbers in high fcnsL
T irXTmTO TO
CLEM .INN &
Three Times as
A sr.? other similar
Nos r 52 5 ind 1527 Second Avenue,
And Xi s 12i and 12S Sixteenth Street,
See the Stylish Display
SPKIKG MILLINERY GOODS.
The Snest ever shsirn in the City. t
MISS C. HAAS',
5-uccessor to Miss Petersen, No. 1TS3 second avenue. Roc Islact
The vcr y:atest styles in patterns, hafs, bonnets, ribbons, laccs'and fancy oclfe.
Frr Over F fty Ytars
'ts. Vins!oV Son'hing Syrup has
been used by miili 'n-i of mothers for
tatir children .wh.de tetihing. If dis
b irbed at mshtkud ri'ken of your rest
by a sick child ?uCr-rio;j and rrjins with
pain of cutMt.i! seoii n once nd get
a bottle i" .Mr-. Wit show's Soothing
Syrup" for children terthinij. It will relief.-
the poor little suHVrtr immediately.
Depend upon it. rr.o'htrs. thereisno mis
take about it. It curs diarrhoea, regu
lates the fToaiMcb Mf.ii bowels, cures wind
colic softens the gums, reduc s inflamma
tion acd tivcs tone and enemy to the
whole eys:em. '"Sirs Wiatdow's Soothing
Syrup"' for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and s the prescription of one
of the o'des and best ;ema!e physicians
and nurse iu the United Stntes. Sold by
all druggf&ts throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs tVinsIow'sSoothicg Syrup.'
All persons havins t.i'ls against the
Rock Islard & Milan roitd must present
them at once if tnc-y expect them paid, as
I propose turnios over the boohs to the
new purcha-ers FredHass.
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants Inserted one day at lo
per word; three days at So per word
and one week at Kc per word.
"Situations wanted" and local "HelD"
1 wants not exceeding three lines in
t serted one week in the DAILT ARGUS
ttaXTED A cood conk at the St. James hotel.
F R KENT Two furnL-htd rooms; enquire t
1717 second aTenne.
ANTED A good tcrvant girl at No. 729 Elm
street A. 11 . Lsmbert't.
NICKLY FCRMSHED ROOM FOB TWO
gentlemen t 5S7 Twentieth street.
WANTED First-clas coat maker; Kteady em
ployment. M. J McBride, 10S S. Adam
etreet, Peoria, IU.
MONEY TO LOAN On chattel mortgages,
watct-es, diamond, jewelry, and all article
of value. J. W. Jone, 1814 peeped arena, t-tt
TTTAfTED Two or three good men to repre
VV eot our well knosm bone for town aedcitr
trade; local and traveliEK. $100 and expenses
per month to tbe right man. Apply quick, stat
in? age. L. It. Mat & Co. Nurserymen, Florists:
and Seedsmen. L Pan I, Minn.
(This house ia responsible.
WANTED General state agent to opea head
qaarters tn some principal city, assume ex
elnsive control of onr bnoine and appoiat local
and sub-agea s la this ttev good in anlTeru
demand, and pa j a net profit cf 50 tn 1O0 per cent.
Address THE CMOS COJiPAN f , T44 Broadway,
New York. 9-ot
at specially low prices-
On other lines of corsets -o .
pecially strong. All the best standard
makes in stock.
Special values this week n other
New spring dress goods
Immense assortment c f black !-a;i
The choicest things gc early.
Large a Stock of
esrsblisbmcnt in the ctty.
NEW PATTERNS, j Z
Fiieze and CeiliDg
We hare arranged with the test Paper H-injers
and Painter in the city to take chsrge of our work.
Satisfactory reenlts can be relied on.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
BUY A BUFFALO
Wyominjr lot. It's the comine citv of Wynm
in. Has waterworks, electric lights, flouring
miJs. Located in the garden of Wyoming
Produced the pilzo potato crop of the l"nite-l
States tn 1$90. r'cr maps and further infor
mation apply to
MANS t THOil. Buffalo. Wyo.
Big a is acknowledg"!
tbe leariinr remedy for
GODorrtMra) A Uleec
Theonlv sate reme1v for
Leneor rhr or Wh i tea
I prescribe it and ieei
safe in recommending it
i Tsttwi8CHti"''fV' to all sufferers.
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