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THE AKGU8, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 1891.
V THE lUtGUB.
hWsbsd Daily and Weekly at 1M Second At
, ouae. Bock Ulrnoi, 1U. , , - '
J. W. POTTE.
Tmmu Dally, 60c per vontar Weekly, $1.00
AJl oommanleatirrns of sertrleal at aiR'nasa nta
tin character, political or rellaloua. But hare
real nam attached for publication Ho tnen artl
Melee will be printed er flctitiooa si gnat ores -.
Aaonyarana eomsanieatioiia not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every town alp
in Bock Island coonty. ..-..s.r -
Fridaj, Novembkh 20, 181,'
A dispatch from Nelson county. N D.
?: Fully 12 000 acres" of grain are
still standing in tbis county, covered
with ice and snow to tbe depth of three
inches. The threshing machines and
crews that came from tbe south are now
: pulling ont by tbe wholesale, leaving tbe
farmers in a very bad shape "indeed. '
' " E. Re se water and John M Thurston
of Omaha are on their way to Washing
tan to bid for the republican national
- convention. Inasmuch as Rosewater runs
tbe recognized republican organ of Ne
braska and Thurston combines the ad
vantages of railroad attorney and politi
cal boss, having been temporary chair
man of tbe convention which nominated
Harrison for? president, tbe mUsioA of
these gentlemen ought to be attended by
-a fair prospect of success.
Katb Field s Washington: In Iowa
the surprise is that Governor Boies' elec
tion,' which was generally conceded in
advance,' should have been accompanied
with the election of tbe rest of tbe state
ticket, which even tbe most sanguine of
democrats scarcely - dared to hope for.
Tbe election of tbe whole ticket instead
of tbe bead of it alone, shows that tbe re
volt against sumptuary tyranny was deep
grounded, snd not a mere sentimental
Spasm which would be satisfied with' the
formality of a protest.
Bookless Jeebt Simpson s congression
al district went republican by 20,000 ma
jority. PeCer's county was almost unan
imous republican. The genteel thing for
thes two statesmen to do would be to re
sign. Peoria Journal (Rep.)
On this tbe Springfield Register com
ments as follows:
Illinois elected tbe whole democratic
ticket last year, a portion of it by 84 000
plurality. According to our esteemed
' Peoria contemporary, the genteel thing
for Senator . Cullom to do would be to
resign. But, the State Register will wa
ter that the sole republican senator from
Illinois will bold on to his seat like grim
atb to a dead African.
Iowa elected tbe entire democra'ic
ticket in November, by a decisive plural
ity upon the largest vote ever polled in
the state. Ergo, according to ths Jour
nal, Wilson and Allison in order to do
the genteel thing ought to step down and
out. . '
New York elected the entire democratic
ticket, and a democratic governor by
45.000 plurality. Tbe Journal should
invite Senator Hiscock to resign.
Masskcbusetts elected a democratic
governor by a decisive plurality after a
hot campaign. The white souled Hoar
' and Mr. Dawes ougbt to "get up acd
get" at once It's tbe "genteel thiae,"
ays tbe Peoria Journal.
And so with Wisconsin, Michigan and
other.atates that have given democratic
majorities, and who are misrepresented by
republican senators let all of these mis
fits d j the "eenteel thing" and set tbe ex
ample to PeSer, of Kansas. .
Will they do it? Not if they can help
it. Neither will Peffer.
The Tin Plate Question In a nutshell.
No sane man doubts for a moment tbe
ability of our iron and steel manufac
turers to make tin plate. The question
at issue is, Can we make it to our eco
nomic advantage? Rhode Island had
coal mines and Massachusetts has iron
mines, but Rhode Island does not miue
Icoal nor does Massachusetts mine iron
for commercial purposes. And why?
Simply because they can buy their coal
and iron with the products which, they
can produce economically, and thus get
these materials cheaper than if they
sbjauld mine them themselves.
Nothing prevents our flag from flying
at the masts of our ships on every sea
and in. every port of the world but the
expense of hiring men to do it.
The question of tin plate production
in the United States is the same. Can
onr iron manufacturers produce plate as
cheaply as we can get 'it from Wales by
paving for it by the exportation of wlieat
and other products of our farms? They
say they can in time. But do the facts
bear out their assertions?
The Iron Age gives the latest quota
tion for 1C tin plate, coke finish, made
of Bessemer steel, at 13s. 6d., or 1.28
per box of 108 pounds net, free on board
at Liverpool. . C .
It also gives the present price of Bes
aemer steel sheets of twenty-eight wire
gauge the nearest approach to the steel
sheets of which the tin plate quoted,
above is made, as four cents per pound in
Philadelphia. This is the pest we are
able to do after thirty years of prohibi
tive duties on steel sheets. And yet we
can buy tin plate in Liverpool at 8.03
cent per pound. .
This shows clearly that so long as the
tin plate doty exists, so long will it im
pose a tax upon the canneries and other
consumers of tin plate. -
A solution called diamond ink has been
Invented which euables one to write upon
glass. It is necessary to allow it to remain
upon the glass about fifteen minutes be
fore wiping off.
Professor William Huggim, tbe English
astronomer and spvetroacopist, thinks that
star is red, white or blue, according to
- its age, and that the white star are tbe
' youngest V
It is pointed out as an interestiiix fact
that people with a tendency to consump
tion are never bald. On the contrary, tbey
usually possess a luxuriant head o( hair.
Interesting Facta Concerning .the Clan
- Sloths or the Past. - V
' When Cuvier classed the. megatherium
with its hugte and formidable frame among
the edentate, the tmtnralitas of his day
were greatly surprised. They could not
believe that tny relation existed between
this gigantic creature and tbe small, in
signiQcant sloths. Modern science has,
however, conf r tried his sagacity, th mega
therium having been accepted as substan
tially a gigant ic antique sloth. " ' ' i "
In the mena series, says a writer in Popu
lar Science Xes, are the little living ani
mals dragging their limlis laboriously and
awkwardly a ong the ground, . hanging
aslaep from ths limbs of trees, or climbing
with activity a ad ease among the branches.
In the museum is this colossal skeleton of
their -ancestor, standing as a perpetual
witness to the fact that the mighty must
yield when conditions become tit only fbr
tbe humble an I weak. The megatherium
is now desired for any museum, bus happy
is that institution that etui secure even a
few bones of l) e mighty beast. Madrid is
tbe happy owni-r of the classical specimen
Studied by Cuvier; Paris boasts an almost
complete .skeleton; Ilrrlin ia equally fortu
nate. Bat, with these exceptions and that
' SKELETON CF THE MEGATHEEICM.
of the skeleton Discovered at Lima in 1795
which may b- 4je one now at Berliu
tbe animal is chiefly, known by plaster
models made from a study of detached
bones. Such a model adorns tbe new
natural history building at Kensington,
Tbe pelvis, thighs and upper bones of the
tail are cast, witu some other parts, from
remains found by Sir Woodbine Parish in
tbe bed of a stream near Buenos Ayres,
after a successior. of three unusually dry
seasons. They Delicate a skeleton still
larger than that described by Cuvier.
The megatherium, tbe first, of the extinct
ground sloths to je brought back into the
life of the present, is still regarded as the
most interesting and wonderful of the
family, although remains of at least seven
other gigantic forms have been discovered
and described. The first at these to at
tract wide attent on was the almost com
plete skeleton of an animal somewhat
smaller than the megatherium, being
only seven feet f n m tbe point of tbe muz
tie to the end of tie tail. This was found
by Sir Woodbino Parish near Buenos
Ayres in 1841, and presented to tbe Royal
College of Surgeons, in London, where it
may still be seen at it was first set up. To
this creature was , iven the name mylodou,
or the mill toothed animal, robustus being
added to indicate the formidable strength
of its framework. As with tbe remains of
megatherium, say the authority quoted,
so it is with tbosn of mylodon; detached
bones of more that one species are found
in North and South America, but a com
plete skeleton seldom comes to light. In
deed, besides that f the Royal College of
Surgeons, there is as yet but one other,
and that has been set np recently in tbe
new Natural History building at South
Kensington. ' -
Disposal of Sflvsfs.
The disposal of sewage is a question
which has been agitated in various coun
tries for many yeiirs. Engineering say's
that nowhere on thi Continent has it been
dealt with in a more systematic manner
than in Germany. In Berlin the drains
from the houses receive both the rain wa
ter, the dirty water from the kitchen, etc.,
and the contents of the water closets, con
ducting tbem to a system of radial sewers,
through which they, by a natural fall, pro
ceed to a dozen vari us pumping stations
within the area of t tie town. From these
tbe sewage, through the medium of com
bined force and suction pumps, passes
through pipes of tlr-ee feet or still greater
diameter to the Ian 1 which tbe corpora
tion of Berlin poss-sses, and where the
sewage is used as a fertilizer. The sewage
makes its final exit through a system (f
Conduits so arranged that brfore reaching
them it has parted v itti nil its manurial
power to the soil tjir .ugb which it is made
to pass. The sewagu water thus filtered
reaches the river through tbe natural fall
of the conduits in a comparatively purified
state. The sewage is an exceptionally ;ood
Frankfort-on-tbe-'ain is another Ger
man town where the sewage system is very
perfect, but owiug to the excessive cost of
laiiil in that locality the sewage is not, as
in Berlin, used as m inure in the first in
stance. The sewage s purified before be
ing allowed to escape iuto the Main, and
the residue is pumped intoreoeptaclesfrom
where the farmers fetch it.
Peculiar Property ft Cotton seed Oil.
t'ottou seed oil possesses tbe peculiar pro
erty of taking up lend under certain condi
tions. . That quality it. now being utilized,
and adds oue more to the-numerous uses
to which this remarki.bie product can be
applied. The pecfilia-ity referred to, says
tbe Florida Dispatch, a as follows: "Oue
gallon of pure cotton eed oil is placed iu a
suitable irou vessel iuto which .twenty
pounds of molten lead are poured. After a
thorough stirring . the lead separates iuto
globules, and when the oil has been poured
off, uf ter cooling, tbert U found to be about
seventeen pounds of tlte lead, the. remain
der having been abso 'bed by the oil. On
the lead being again malted aud the opera
tion repeated to the fifth pouring the
amount of lead beiug bs at each succeed
ing pouring tbe total iinount of lead ab
sorbed is about ten pou ads. The oil thus
charged with the lead is then used as a
pat rt, being applied it.' the ordinary way
to metallic surfaces. It is claimed that this
liquid, which adheres c osely and becomes
very hard, is especially useful iu protecting
metals from oxidation t r corrosion."
Stains from Marble.
. Tae Horological Ke -iew says, 'To .
move stains from marble cms, clocks,'
dials, etc., take equal p rts of fresh. oil of
vitriol and lemon juici, shake up thess
substances very thoroughly in alkittle, wet
tbe spot with the mixture, and in a few
minutes afterward rub 'with a soft linen
cloth and the spots wi 1 be found to have
disappeared.'' i ' ;
- A Word for the Spendthrift.
I think upon the whole I rather like ex
travagant people. If I bad- to take my
choice between a person who spent mpacy
lavishly or one who saved M a p strenuously
for a .possible rain day, w'itfc. no happy
medium between the' two, I would link
arm with the spendthrift and go off on a
happy-go-lucky lark. Folk who are always
looking out for: a fortune that may never
come and laying by nest eggs for occasions
that may never materialise are stupid folk
to have around. They are like dictionaries
as ; a basis of reading; they no doubt em
brace tbe possibilities of, 11 the. wit and
wisdom in the' world, but I. will, take my
alphabet in more versatile and attractive
form. . ' ; ' . ' A,"'. .,- -
I Wonld not for a moment decry prudence
or nyi down caution, but too much of
either of those most excellent attributes in
any individual makeup would be like a
pudding made entirely of dough, without
plums or sweetening. A suitable regard
for tomorrow is an excellent thing toculti
vate, and a reckless expenditure of money
for the mere gratification of the appetite
cannot be too severely censured; but there
are grades of folly, and the generous, free
and easy, live-as yon-go fellow fuay be al
lied in a certain measure to a fool, but he
is only fifth or sixth cousin, and I would
rather hold that relatiouship than main
tain the same iiuship with a prig.
' Next time you have a present to make
or a birthday to remember, don't piuch a
penny for the wife you love, the daughter
you are proud of, or the girl you adore;
just sweep out the cash and make an e
travagant outlay. I am sick of your "use
fur' presents, such as underwear, umbrel
las, hosiery and shoes! Give a jewel now
and then, or a lovely picture, or a costly
trifle in lace, that by its-ery extravagance
shall show how much your heart outweighs
your head. Chicago Herald.
Old Inhabitants of the Canary Islands.
The Guanches, the inhabitants of the
Canary islands, are said to be the remnants
of the ancient race who 10,000 years ago
peopled the drowned continent of Atlantis.
Tbey are reported tojiave'beeu strong aud
handsome, of remarkable courage and of a
loyal disposition: but they showed the cre
dulity of children, and the simple direct
ness bf shepherds. So tall were they that
the Spaniards speak of them as giauts, and
their strength and endurance were so great
that they were conquered by stratagem,
but not by force. They, ran as fast as
horses, and could leap over a pole held by
two men five or six feet high; they could
climb tbe highest mountains and jump the
Their endurance as swimmers was s
great that they were accustomed to swim
across the nine mile strait between tbe
Lancerote and Graciosa. Having no boats,
their method of fishing was to atrika the
fish with sticks or catch them in their
bands while swimming. The skulls, which
are preserved iu the museums of tbe
island, showed marked cerebral develop
ment, the frontal and parietal bones being
well developed, and the facial angle good.
In the early days of the conquest, tbe Gu
anches re spoken of as being musical
and fond of dancing and singing. These
arts; toget her with those of basket weaving
and pottery making, were a few relics of a
great ' and remote civilization, and were
preserved in the same way as, if Eu
rope were submerged, shepherds of the
Tyrol, the Alps and the Pyrenees would
preserve the national nirs and village
dances of their respective countries. St.
Louis Star Sayings.
i Docs Out of Place.
There is a great deal of mouey, consider
able time aud any amount of patience ex
pended on dogs in the city of New York.
Why a man wants to keep a dog in a great
big, hot,- close city the year around is
enough to stagger the reasoning faculties.
But men do keep them and go to an
amount of trouble aud expense to do so.
According to the city statistics there are
about 7,0U0 licensed dogs in New York, and
according to general impressions there are
some 10,000 unlicensed. There are dog ref
uges, dog hospitals, dog doctors, dog fan
ciers, dog peddlers, dog catchers and dog
stores all of which represent a good deal
Outside of tbe usual ladies' pets it al
ways seemed to me to be cruelt y to animals
to keep a dog in the city. There are fine
hunters, worth considerable mouey, kept
in flats the year around all over town.
They dou't see the countryfive days out of
the year possibly, aud some of Jbem never
see it. The inconvenience and annoyance
of t hese dogs to ot her people greatly in
creases the wear aud tear of every day ex
istence. Dogs are the bete noirof" tbe New
York landlord's life. Take whatever pre
caution he may against t he introduction of
animals to bis Hats, they will be sneaked
in and will often drive the other tenants
out. New York Herald.
A Life Interest In a Burial riot.
A well known lawyer of this city had
been retained by a maiden lady to defend
her in a certain suit which had been
brought against her by some of the coheirs
of her father. Xo fee had been stipulated,
and when the time came for the payment
of the fee the lady handed over to the at
torney his remuneration in the shape of a
document duly transferring to him the
usufruct for life of a half lot in a grave
The astonished lawyer attempted to ex
plain to his client tlmt theriht to tbe usufruct-ceased
with the beginning of its bene
fits, that tie could not possibly find any.
use lor the tomb until lie died, and that
then he would have no right to use it. He
waxed eloquent upon the worthlessneas of
life usufructs of graves, mausoleums aifd
tomb space, assured his client that he had
no desire to settle on a twenty foot grass
plot, and said he was sorry to say that he
would have to refuse the proffered fee. '
The lady threw the document upon the
table, told tbe lawyer he could takelhat or
nothing, and left the office in a high dudg
eon. Tbe attorney calmly accepted the
situation, and framed the usufruct. It
may be seen now adorning a conspicuous
spot upon the wall of the attorney's sanc
tum. New Orleans Times-Democrat.
Progress ia Leather Making.
The manufacture of leather has ever
been a alow and tedious process, as com
pared with mast other industries, and even
now, with improved processes of tanning
and-finishing, months are required for the
tanner to convert the bide of an auimal
into leather. There is, too, a popular opin
ion extant that tauners do udt make as
good leather pow from -bides that are
tanned in three months time as baey used
to turi) out when uiue,.anl even twelve,
months were necessary. This is a mistake.
r-New York. Advertiser. ,
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' Kearjtlie Top.
' "Yes, it looks like him. So he is on the
faculty this year. Isn't that a great honor
for so youug a maur"-.
v Yes, indeedl . It's the next thing to be
ing en the football team." Life.
. . i " - '
We carry E. P. Reed & Gos fine shoes for
ladies, which we guarantee in every respect.
Widths A to E E. Our Leader -A ladies
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$2:50 fair stitch shoe.
' A Bats tavsttmtnt.
"Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or fn case of
failure a return of purchase price. Ou
this safe plan ydu can buy from our ad
vertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It is
guaranteed to bring relief in every case,
when used for any affection of throat,
lungs or chest, such as consumption, in
flimmslion of longs, bronchitis, asthma,
whooping cough, croup, etc. It is pleas
ant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe,
andean always be depended upon. Trial
bottles free st Ilsrtz & Bshnsen's drug
.We desire to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Buckien's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, end have
nevn bandied remedies that sell as well,
or that have given such universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate to guarantee
tbem every time, and we stand ready to
refund tbe purchase price, if satisfactory
results do not follow tbeir use. These
remedies have won tbeir great popularity
purely on tbeir merits, ilsrtz & Babn
BCCKXKH'S AJlinCA BALTB.
The best salve in the world for cats,
braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all ekin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. . Price 26 cents per
bii. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsen.
Tor Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup has
been used"-by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child Buffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mn. Wicslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve tbe poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, tbereis no mis
take about It. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates tbe stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces influmma
tion and gives tone and energy to tbe
whole system, "Mrs Winelow's Soothing
Syrup" for children tee b ing is pleasant
to tbe taste snd is tbe prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout tbe world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow 'sSoothlEg Syrup
To ftervena ana Vebltaud Bcn.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
dabilitated system, and bow tbey will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send "you a belt and
appliances on trial. -
Voltaic Bklt Co.. Marshall, Mich.
In the pursuit of the gooa things of
this world we anticipate too much; we
eat out tbe heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. J ones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, aure cure for agua and
malarial diseases. Price, SO cents, of
'A Godsend is Ely's Cream Balm. 'I
had catarrh for three years. Two or
three times a week my note would bleed.
I tboueht the sores wov'd never heal.
Your Balm has sured me iJri. M. A.
Jackson, Portsmouth, N. H.
I have bad nssal catarrh for 10 years
so bad that there were great sores in my
nose, end one place was eaten through,
I got El;' Cream Balm. Two bottles
did tbe work. My nose and head are
well. I feel like another jaatt. C. S.
McMillea. Sibley, Jackson Co., Mo.
"Ucder which king. BeiomineT" Will
you shut vour. tar to tha vnU t ik.
L many who know whereof they speak, and
auuer a neart Killing neuralgia f or will
you buy a bottle.of Sal ration OUT
With tender - feet finds
great comfort in wear-
ing shoes from the
162? Second Ave.
tack Beadaehe and relievo all tbo troubles fncf
dent to a biiious state of the system, such aa
XHuiness, Kansec Droninera. Ihstress sitnc
eating. l-o!n In tbe Bide, &c Whila the:-? moat
xemaikaHe sucooea has boon shown in curing ,
Headache, yet Carter's Little Liver PfllS ara
equally TaluobleinContitipation. curing and pre
venting thisannoying complaint, wbila they also
correct :U1 disorders of tbastoinach,sUuinUitatht
JiTer and regulate the boweia. i: yen if tbey onlj
IAdthey wonld toataostrcelees to thoser4
Souer from this distrjvsingcoxnplAint; but fortu
nately tbeirgnodneasdoea notend henvuid tbosa
Who once try tbem will find tbeselitUo pills valu
able in so many ways that tbey wiU not bs wi!
Jisgtodo without tbem. But alter si 1 sir heaq
'is the ban of so many Tiros that here la whera
I We msks onr great boast. OorpiUacnnitwhila
'Others do not.
i Carter'a Little Liver Pflls are very small awl
very easy to take. One or two pills makes dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do now gripe or
pares, bat by their gentle action please all who)
use tbem. InTialaat25cants; live for $1. Sold
toj draggistoeverj-wbere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEOIOINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pi! I. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRIM?
MISS KATE BYRNES 6
Hats, Fine Embroideries,
Ortrich Uoods, Velvets,
Ribbon, Straw Braids.
Laces VeillDg-s, Gilt Trimmings
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
17C9 Second avenue,
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
f ' ;' : . 1 -'
one. A specialty of famishing al. klodi
of Stoves with Castings at S seals
A MACHINE SHOP
has bsea added where all kinds of "'-t
work will be done Irst -class.
NINTH ST. AND 7tH AVE.
Jplin Voile Sc Co.,
Bath Doors Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
and an kinds of wood work for builders,
ichtaeath St, set. Tkira sad Foartk sves.
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. I
Via the Famoas Aibrt Lea Ran 1
St. Louis, UTinneapolis and St Paul!
, im ok uns, aunneapoiw St raui Short Li
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY. MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. MM
PEORIA, CEDAR 14P1DS AND SIOUX FALLS, DAL I
t-lltAUO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via ths Famooi Albert Lea Eoote.
THE SHORT LINE
SPIRIT LAKE Cr
The Great Iowa Summer Resort
For Railw-ny anU HoM ltats iWriii-ie
ranipmcis and an miormalion. awlrra
Oeli 1 ticket and l'usrii;:cr Aft-nT.
roR CHEAP HOMES
On line of tliis roal in NortlmWt-m Ims,
Southeastern Minnesota aii'l tvmrj Iohiti.
wbere drought ainl crop failure-; art Hiikmti.
Thousands of riioiit -m-ivs of )::.il v.-t humim
lral Excursion rafc'S j:iven. 1 ! fiiil iiil.ru
tion as to priees of land and rate oi laje.auJrr
lienl Ticket and rasseinrf r Auvnt.
All of the rasseiiser Train- im all DM-im i
tliis Hallway are lieated K stt;un In-M i
engine, and theMain Line Im'v l'awuctrTruig
are lighted with the Electric Unlit.
Maps, Time Tables, Thioncli l;ai.s ainl J! m-
iormauon lurnisireu on appii- auon lo Ai:hh
Tickets ou sale over this route at all imntuirB
points In the Union, and l v its Aleuts to -i
narts of the United State ami miiada.
PSFor annoitiH-cniciiLs of Km nrsii ti LiX.
anil local matters of inteiest, iiva.--c u-ur luut
local columns oi wis uicr.
C. i. IVES, J. E. HANNEGAN,
Vres't S Gen'l Rupt. tltn l Tkt. t paa Hi
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA.
TO THE FFL!OTE0!
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tIo trirf.)t Tin? !' r:i -a.
piiretl in mi the j.rt-M : ii-li- 1 t ;'r
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vSslSSSr Loss of Mew-, IH-r '
iruu early indo-oreiionsor other t a..-'--, a--1
SlIUULL-KULU tlli.ll mulvaiK
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of Tr.vttnuMi ft Safe. tVrtam ar.'i M ' 1 ' 11;
SEMINAL PASTILLES. tern .Vn::'
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SPECIFIC No. 81
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189 WuvaasiN STkttT. rVilLVVAUiUt, '
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It is mannfaetnrcd a a pcwdfr.whb est . f ,A
In a alius of bwr.a cup ol codec or
without ths knowledse of ihe plist. It "jjr
harmleaa. and will effect a permspsul s:
eura.wbtbcr the patient ib a ' " .jjrci
an aloobolicwreca It has been ien ia - ,
of oaaes, and in every inatinou a p-rt.-ct m ' .
u with the 8peoiaa.it become, an utter .ml
hw iu liouor ippenw m lar.
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