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Then 1..' adiied:
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; .h.ili'.y t ramps;
; a 1. 1 li- ai these
1 ain- t" .io is to
i .ii- on:
.' I i v. . .1 v i; !iia a -h.iit. dis! anee
' 1 ' :ii. ! it on i!"eot.:it of the lay of
' ! was not in siuhl.
a ''.:tit In i-: and I'ii fro ahead and
: '- nil." said my companion: so, al
I did rot much like the idea, I
"' a ii tie carl and lit- wt nt i .'iuti
' a1, at ia the ilarkni's.- for it was
.-i.t and the ileum had not li-en.
" ! nnieil, and wlii-'i 1 asked what
1 '- ; he -:n p!y replied, 't 'oir.e ahead.'
i. i.i- manner ii .u plain sonn'
: .''-;.;..! i. .viirrid, hut I .- lid not hia a..d
--''ii' !.'! pulled the fe-.x-art with its
' ' ' ' 1 ' ' '.' i n ai in d tl." lit ; !e station house
' i' ;a :.-.' 1 nut to s.-e Carter with a
-"' ' : - at his ii -Kir to welefi ne Us,
: : I i:.d t , li.-lieve any thin-was wroll-.
il v, a- dark mal si i.l. left the cart
a-; O'netly sio'e ej) to lie- huihlin-, therf
'v.,- I.o i.ni.. i si Lie. Vo Maitsed at the
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''. t'.ietl filtered and t olild Wake out
: l e form ol a nam lyin- on the floyr.
" '15 iek iifinin;'- said a weak Vuio whii-h
we hoi.'i l-eiT -i:i . ,
J,"i'"lfcii.. at-.Tn.' r.-; 'ieil my frietit
' Ipu's the laaUer;'
' is thai yvn, Mr. Wimhiop ' was the
1'. sy.ti.-.( Soinewiiat. louder.
" ' Vi s. of n.ursi; it, is; whal's up with
you. anyvwiy:' and Winthrop slaitedk..
i iirl-t a match.
"'i. rn'i! Ili .n't make a li-ht;' txi laimed
t'aiTir. who had partly risen from the
!! Kir. 'tliey'll see you.'
" 'Who'll see tne:' Who's they?'
"'Train rohhers:' was the answer, in u
" 'What.!' almost jelleii my compiUiioii,
s irtinu- hack.
"' J'tnin rolihi-rs, I say,' the man repeat
'I. 'I'hcy 're hert , an t iiey shot me in tlio
i -u- an they've killed my !oir,s, damn 'em.'
"We holh knelt down and examined the
nam's ie; il was as hu said; ho seemed to
have u bad wound in the ankle, hut as it,
w.ls baudairetl in a fairly irood way we did
a. it examine it very closely. The injured
man (lid not nftei- any further explanation
und we sat tlown at Ids table to await his
"it was u -lewsonie business silting
there in the dark, a wounded man on the
floor raving of train r iLbers, and three
hours U foie any train would be in; hut as
H was any way ynu took it, purely a rail
road affair, I made, no comments or siifr
Kist.ions. "At last my friend, the superintendent,
could stand it no longer, and, breakin- the
silence, he exclaimed:
'('tun eoiiii. ( ,'art.er: exiilain this thinif
and let's light lip. I always told you
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lixik out for these tramps.'
" 'Tramps'. I tell you it's traui roblxrs,
an they ain't done yet." V.'e did not believe
him, hut thou -lit it best to humor hiui.
But I'll do 'em up! I don't care so much
for this le it'll get weil; but they killed
" 'We saw one of your dogs,' I hastened
.'nil UkI whfrt's.i.ie other?1
TUty .-:ijt. him! I seen l.im shot uu that's
how tlu-y rt mi-.' ,
"We Mill l.mlit(il the train rt.hUr story, '
hut there was evidently soinethiiij wront;, -mill
uhut-.t the fjui- ki'st way to et at it
hs to let him yo his ow n ;" t. j
"You see. Air. Whit: imp,' he went on, I
'about two lnmi-s uvo f.iur kl h rs rides up
here, an the lirst tiling knows I'm held j
up. VLiiie one of 'em keeps the drop on
me the others they ,-ix s through mv desk j
there mi fishes out mv lime tallies an fig
ures out the trains. While they're foul in
'roiiml my do-s yets .ny an eommences .
bai kin an m-mvlin. This makes one of 'em '
iimd, an he je.s' pulls his mm an hlazes i
away. One don tlrops. an tiie other i nns
way, hut he takes n sliot at him, too. an 1
knows he yt him, for I heard him yelp. I
was iKiwei lul mad, an I jes' turns hnise an ,
I tusses him l.ih and lo-.v. He was kind
o' drunk, the only one 'at was, an he jes'
turns his pun on me nr says he, "We want
you Mill anyway," an lets her (jo. The
feller what seemed to lie the leader o' the
Kiu; jumps him an kti.x ks his hand down, '
an i nc nau (,-i ts me lu re in the leu. ()'
course: 1M a returned t he at tent ion. hut I
wasn't heeled. "Don't kill nnvliody less
you have to," says thi i feller.
" 'They all had mas'esan 1 k no wed thev
wasn't t lumps from tl at. tn a tramp never ;
soits no ma.- k, he's al'ays rattier proud o'
hi- profession.' !
" -Hurry up.' here 1 roke in Winthrop
" 'Xo hurry, Mr. W nthivp.' wastheciK.l !
n-jiiy. koc ni:y ijnu v
"l l.appene.1 to hav,- a lit : le w hi-k y and
passed my llask to t'ie pliih.sophieai vii
imi; nfii r he had taken a hm.- :,.,!!
aim .liljiislei !n- l h
vu tit on:
" 'Xo, t lu-iv's in
thought tic v. hole
irry, l.-nu n;
iiiil; out while
. .. iy in i,.-i,- ;- v,, ,.s ,0 .j
I'a.'k. U' eonrs,., if ,.,j,-d a eome l efoA
ihem rol.i.et-s 1U ,,n; t. 'ud hn-niiaVren,:
hut 1 iLidu'l mneh tii i,k you would an y.ni
" "V ell, aft er they sees I'm shot an can't
walk, the hoss, JR. ,:lvs "Miclil as wei!
cave him alone: t he e ain't no tele.'rai.h
' instre.iiient an he'eaVt walk off."
'lie is il,"i, ri:' it; I wasn't in it a li-
: tie Int on a wiiikhi ni il.-h. They talk
i'-1" '"a ivi.iri1 ii'.e v. liar, lliev was
an it s jes" thi-: Ynu see, they aimed to j
the M'huli'.le li'i.ni mv ran, '! here
i pmli'ly t ie me up
kiU me. or ansthin''
Mun-t . 1 1 s i ; , r shot in my le
iiriit an s they left im riht here;
v press ion : 1 1 1. i- the lir-t. train
wiiieh tliei-i1:l's onto' t!ie time.
1 that's t letiam they're afrer.
a y ve s..rt .. .-.en
1 1 : : i
caruii i!uwn to
tii:- hrii!.:e heiv t
ean s'.iei any (ine
.' t hi p' ain't no nc
!im't Si-er.l to l.n.k
';ti Sidtay. There
come tiirou...h an
'.I eie 1 h.:. 1 here are
i: hiti ; mi'e i.t lis
e ':;.r. "- ONelaimed
. i "i:i il , ant hey 're
'.'il-st -, nil i vi l' S.'.','
what comes 1. 1;
i i.'i mal warniu
a i s,
I i i y i
i i fr
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Ill' suni r-
id. Mr. V. i fit h:-..;. it's
at 1 1 ( i drawers- js;,'i
? Ain'l I shot ? Ain't
N in.- .' n. y (.rail's Imii
!a-r w. ak
I em; Id
ilislied t! ,it (hero
.'t-y ari l was I r in
.':i il tiji and iIuh n
at t lie Itnon j It -1
in an ci.l a-ely t
rtainly ummie, lo
ah.'ry oa t ne can's,
end. ft warned ie-
I he shunt y, 1. .oke I out
ri-inu. and in fai l wa
rns.. I. !e stale i.t e.i eiten:
"The -it aa; i in was t
say (he 1, a-t. A t 'aia r
and t he ill . i -ioii s iper;;.
to: el, a tel.
"if fai let- had n
have ana-ki'd the
were eel t.'.i :iiy fo'l!
and proh.il.!v mo e
hi!!-? we mi-ht
. w horn -.u-in
r had seen.
1 con hi hasr. t he
t i .ii
I i'i u hi only
i h roi.
:-t across t he river," ai 1 W
'- uu can t cross eepf riirnt 1
I. I'i lu'c V here tilt 'li fi ih.'.Vs i-.'
ply: 'taiu't 1'orda'ile ;.n then
i re at t lie
is the re
' if f eonl l in i ii i; k I i Sidney I colli 1
tele-raph." eant iaued the excited speaker,
" "That s my i I
. t to Sid n.-v an fire
a telegraph to Antelop.
down lielo v, w here
you can ki ten the tr
lot o' ih-p'oies an come
" 'Yes, hut Si llicy's
" "J' tveiit y-ont . Mr.
.oil easy, to 'press a
I went y mi Us,' iv:i
Wint hrop," replied
the impi rturlial.le t a:'. :-.
" I wish I had a irra -sin
'.' was the
" ' I wish yon had.' returned the other;
'I ask.d you for one . while a-o. you re
member.' This was tree, as I happened to
"'There's nti hin- to do hut stay and
flight, it out, 1 guess,' s: id Wint hrop, after
"It seemed as if this was the remark
Carter was waiting fur, for he suddenly
" Tall Von s.-.il a lioaf'
"The question startled us Loth and
made us sure that the train robbers were a
myth and that Carter's mind was im
liiiianced from the pain tit his wound.
Neither of us ;nid n word.
" 'Can 5'ou s til n boat '' he r'-pe'i'ed.
" 'No, I c.u.' ,' replied my frier. I.
" 'Can you. i ieutenant '
"Thinkim; t liest tohnniortliem.ini
unswered wi'h a sickly lanh. '1 used to
handle a rat hunt pretty well. Why?'
"'Thai's it. exactly. I've Kot the Iicst
catlwiat in Nc'ara-ska; riitijed it up myself.'
"We now elt sure that the man was
dean daft, as lie went oh:
"You know-that switch. Mr. Winthrop,
what triH-s to the travel Lank? well, you
ftoupiht'reaii you'll find my private yacht:
she's a daisy .1 you can sail ner.
1 Seats a
frrasshopper out o sigh-.
she don't make
no leeway, neither.
"Thinkiiift to settle the thitiK there and
then we tleci led to ro and see t tie yacni..
' v,. urmnlin 'lv went ur to the switch and
, followed it into the (Travel pit. Sure
' ennmh. there we found u rail car, such lis
you see about bii yards, a low alTair on
four wheels, about twice as long as a hand
car, but wit li tio top works. On it was
rigged a mast and sail, with spars and
tackle. Winthrop understood the thiug at
" : sail e ir!" he joyf uliy exclaimed; just
the cheese, f we can work it.'
"I could work it. I knew, for I had often
sailed a catlmat when a boy. We went
hack to tin-shanty to get our trapsanil I
to gut a few ointers from theowner of the
('"r:' M think it ."ii- In-
yacht. u tnrop wanteu mui io come v i..u
us, but he eclined, saying he would rather
stay out and see the scrimirvafte 'When the
train came in.
'Ileside-i.' he added, 'if one of 'em should
turn tip an I was gone they'd suspicion
somethin; I reckon they'll hav Reuse
enough to 'iring a doctor oa th train.'
"We agreed with this ami made prepur-
USE ABGUB, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20,
anon to jret away. As we were saying
gixKiuy to t arter 1 sutrgested that we
might take a look down about the robber
camp; you see they were in the opposite
direction from where the -yacht lay, lieinif
down toward the station from w hich the
train thai they were to rob was to come,
and which, bj ihe way, was the train we
hud expected to take back to Sidney.
" 'I don't reckon you got, much time to
spare, obsered the station keeper.
"I held my watch iu the moonlight, and
to my surprise it was half past 0; r.ioro
than an hour later than I had thought.
Winthrop's watch agreed with iniue, as
also did the station house clock.
" "They must be right.' said Carter, 'for
I ain't touched 'cm since you left 'en, an
them robbers never seen 'em at all.'
"We had left our watches at the shanty
when we went out to the ponilsiuid in view
of the guests Carter had had we were sur
prised to see them, although we had not
thought of them until we got ready to
" 'You've got to do some tall climin.' he
added, M didn't know it was so late; that
train'll be in Antelope inside of an awful
"How we did hurry! We did not stop
for any more palaver; we hastened to the
J.'i'ht. ran her down to t lie main line,
hoisted the sail t here was a good breeze,
as there always is in that, country and
away we went. Tin; owner's last words
were 'Hon'' let. the wheels to windward
leave the rail mor n six inches.'
' 'I ,f s i ,iau fort y minutes to go t went v
mi'es. Can we make ii :'"
"'1 don't know,' 1 re, died, 'hut we ought
to make -out I time ii'tnis breeze holds.'
"We started rather gent ly, while 1 felt
my 1 if vi t and got the sail at the proper
an-'.c. I took my seat at the rear end,
with my I'm it on die brake. There was no
rudder to ucinage, of c .iii", Winthrop
placed himself in in front of t ho mast, pre-pelir.-
to keep a sharp lookout, for we did
not feel sure that the robbers had not put
some obstacle on the track or pi ted a
watch. As it proved, t hey had done licit her.
"We both wera well on the windward
side of the car, for knew it would be
canted as so.ei as we got tip amy speed. As
I got t he htm-of t lie thine 1 drew in t he
sheet at: 1 the craft at once responded. The
w ind was apparently ju-t right. 1 believe
a sailor would call it on our quarter, and
everything looked favorable for a tpiick
run. We kin-w the track had ro sharp
curves or heavy grades.
"As Winthrop felt the motion he kept
saying 'I'a-ter, faster!' The wind seemed
to Ire: lien ami we were soon making ex
press time. Thoc.'.r began to lurch and
bound in a vet y unpleasant way.
"More yet, mote yet:' yeli-.l iny com
panion, an 1 1 h i out a link: the wheels on
the wiaiiwatd side were rai-a I Irom the
ra.l ami !, not ku uvin- .::i--t l-.ow much .f
aslant lay v( el would sta:,.'. began to be
"Si ill uv v'l.-e'l a! ear. I dal riot touch
t'ie shc-i. The windward wheels had not
been on the r :i!- f a- s, ,:l;i..s, it seemed
tome, an I tiie s r.. in on tue car, ii-gir.g
mid pa-sang. i-s. t.,o. r.,r ti,,,t m.-itt. r, was
" The ni-'oa ua-i teiw v.-'I i;j, frniu the
horizon . aid .. I..-..! a clear view ahead.
We W' :-. fer..t:n!y making a mile a miimt.'
and won: ! get to Sidney in time, if we. jol
th-re ;:! all.
"Winthrop v,i ; wild v.it'i excitement
and I was a bit c'hiiaratcd myself; I took
another turn of the sheet aroand the cleat,
tin v.-o v,a at . ; he car jumping and cracking,
the wind v. hist i; n.g about oar ears an 1 the
tclegra;.:. poie- hunched like pickets.
"'Let her out mare yet !' he yelled, now
thoroughly wiid with excitement, 'tiie
track's good and we'll heat the record!'
"On and on. faster and faster! 1 could
lia.ri'iiy get my lvi;l; .and lis u slt-ht bend
in the Hack, chai.-h:- the slant of tue
w ind, made it nee ssary to ease off I tried
to loo-en thesh 'e. The. roac w as jammed!
Try as 1 would I could nut in.t ie il and t he
t ar w is -at 1 in- mi.i t' an i m,,:v o'l' of the
level to I'ln h, I .'-ii. stir.'.
"The windward wheels were a foot fro'n
the n'i.ihe -pei"l terrife'. I thought of
cutting the rope, b':t if I did that t he boom
would have swum, aroirid and knocked
Wint hrop o'T. a!n:..'st surely i h: o ing him
under I he wheels.
"The terrihie speed s.-etae.l at last to
worry him. for ! . stopped veiiing and
looked back at me two or thru- times. 1
could d no; hing hut sit wit h my hand on
the ilea' and pray. Onwfll-w. Why we
did not leave the Hack ari l go into a thou
sand fragment s I could li"! Uiidersiand.
" Desperately waiting for the trash, I
t rie.1 to put on the brake. It only made
sparks and even fame come, and did no
good. 1 motioned -o my feliow traveler to
come af;. and wl: h mucii .hilieulty he did
so. He could s. e a.t on t liat we were be
iiiij run away wa h lie d ew hi-knife. I
thought he was g .Ing to cut t he rope and
shook my head. 1 hat give up. for we
were nearly to the tow ri.
"We sat iu slicm c on t tie edge of t he t ar,
throwing otir weight to uiudwar.l as far
ius we could, t lingiiig to our bounding ve
hicle wit h t he in most dinicaliy. Another
slight bend in tin-track g ive us a short
"The lights of Sidney hove in sight, but
the trai.k ngaiin ;urved. and o ;r car at once
showed violent : signs of an upset. One or
two desperate lurries and Win' hrop
crawled forwa ni to the base of the mast.
A vicious plu.ige s.-enu todefermine him,
for he stuck his knife through the cauvas
and drew it ;.s f ir as he cm! 1 reach in the
sail. The long slit gave instant reUff and
rolling into town we managed to stop the
"Almost completely exhausted wp ran to
the telegraph ot:i"e. Xo ojierator there.
We looked at the finck. Quarter tote
"Why. we left l.otie 1'ine at t:lo:' ex
claimed Wimhroii to the clerk.
" 'Well, you he.it time then.' was the re
ply. 'That, cloi k s rigid.'
"'Where's Chambers:'" ;i.d;ins for the
" 'tione to I..me I'ine w ith Howard. was
the au.-wer in a surprised tone, 'Didn't
you see 'em? They went down on a sail
car they rigged up this morning; it'sa jiru
daudy too. Tlcy were looking for you.'
" 'They found it-.' observed my colli pan
"Winthrop and I looked at each other,
and as our eyes met it dawned upon us
that Chambers and Howard, who were
great jokers, bad lited ns among their
victims. Carter and his dog had done
their part nobly, We had also performed
our share in good slmpe, and in the fall
pride of conscious virtue we adjourned to
Winthrop's room. . . .
1 "After a loii but moistened silence the
division surn-rinfetident remarked:
''That man Carter ought to go on the
stage.' -. -i
" 'And take ..his 'dog along.' I added."
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S; I'cimen Caiei.
8. II. Clifford, Kew Cassel, Wis , wss
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his siorasch was disordered, fcia liver wns
htt'ected lo an alarming dejme, sppelite
fell awsy, and he was terribly red ucid
fl.-sh Hnd strength. Three bottles of
Electric Bitters cured him,
EJwurd Shepherd, Ilanisburg, Hi , had
a running tore on Irs leg of cieht years'
Handing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters scd seven boxes of Buekltn s
Arnica Silve, and his leg is sound and
well. John Speaker, Catawba. Ohio, hud
live K.rge fever sores on Lis lejj, doctors
ssid he was inrumble. Or.e bottle Elec
tric Editors and one box Bucblen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Soid by
Hurtz A: Bahnscn, drue store.
ECCKLEN'S AK?.TC4 HAITI.
The neEt halve in the world for cats,
bruises, gores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, Ktttr, clipped hands, ciiihlv.ns.
corrs and al! k:a erupticne, ami poti
tiveiy cures piles, or no pay required. 7
is puarantf'cd to cive perfect sktisfactir.
or taoaey rt-fandcij. Price S5 cents pc
box. For a!e bv Hsrtz Bahnsen.
or Over Fifty Yfars
Mrs. Wicslows Soothing' Syrup hie
been ucd by millions of mothers f v
'heir children while fettli'.ntf. If dh
burbtd at night and broken of your res
by asick child Gailiriafj; and crying wt'.h
pain of cutting teeth semi at once ami t,'t t
a bottle of "Mr.-, V. irs'.ow's Soothing
.ynin" for children tit ihirg. It will re
lieve the poor little sufTcrer immediately
Depend noon it, motrero, thcreisno mi'-,
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach ar,d bowi Is, cures wind
colic, softer.? the gums, reduci 9 irifis.niriia
uoTi t.r.d cives tone Hnd energy to the
ihc'e system, "Vra Y ins'ow's Soo'hiri'.'
c'y -i. p" far children teetl icr is ph asunt
to the ta-te and is ti e prescription of one
of the o!de$. and be-t :rn,i.:t physician.
find nurse- in tl:r- United 'mcs Sold bv
all dniggii-ts throi:?liiuit tne world. jrice
twetitj -five cents a lt t!e. Pa sur'; ;ra.l
i; k f-r "M. Vi)i.' ' Soctiiit i; x up
1 1 IV" no u-;.i 'i i,l',,:,c hot I a.; XI I
I -I !T- r. ;! frrra cntHtr1! 'nr t i .- !-. ,.'.;,
'iiii rii'iclii; 'h" rs(i (oiij c .;-op;,u:' in
tin.' lh....-.i p-(-. r to tl.'.t, I't-ta-i'. and
i-esi !,!eed a n.o-1 ii .. y. I "ad v .rlous
ri ic. ;:,. i.t het'ciir t.rxji ! ,,t .'r-nl.
w be 'i I M'. K '-( "r -.ni V, , .... ver; ;sl .!
in tl : n -:i :, ih: !- :. I ; ro a:r. d a hot
t e, ia i since ti f li-M (,s's Use hsv,' IihiJ
tl.'. Ileal' b i o i; - ,e c-. e-s is etlt'r:'
h viae i. (1. IM.vi,l-on. tiiMi the Bos
ton Bmbi t. fo:ui' r'y with B.iston Joi.x
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MV COMPLEXION 13 BETTER.
My !w.tr say il nets pvnt lv on iho sUtmafh, I Ivor
nn.l kdliirys. ami isa I'lc.wuit lnxat i vr. Tht .Irlnk
i-; niu.ie fnun i rls unit K iiniutvd tor oa e;isily
All rtrricrTiRtc soil 11 ni rW. nn.l fMV tht pacfencv
Ittiy cm- t'Mlny. ,iin-' Kmnily Modirinr mowi
Iho nnwi-N eacli tlu, lti onit-r t' li' in altln tins
to uei cssary.
OK. XT. ARMli)'.S
Is the sufest and Surest liemeiiy ever discovered
for tdl tin unnatural fli.-ciiarR' s and 1'iuate
JiIsC.asi.s tit-' Mrs r.nd tlio iletiilitat aim veakneiiD
pecDliu' to woaifn. It has never tu lsl to cure
the most oti5.tiiittto eHf, in men, in from H to 6
tlava. .Notiiiiit! thai innkes tj nicker claims Is
tarn. ) It is convcuient to carry and huudy to
u- no bottle or Bpoon o fttinny yon. Itoinom
lifir, we ttimran'eo it. rrice ft .(KI per Km, t'om
pleto iniitruc'.ion's vt'h each hot. If thparun-
clst yon auk for nr. St. Aruiand'a French Curs
has not fiot it. Uen't let him foci vou with his
oily teniae l.y Hollinsj you something eUo in
ttea.1, hut. send price to os and we will forward
to you l.y mail, in riain, unmarkfst box. .Ye
alio trent 1'RtIntB l.y mail. Address THE
llAZZAKAK MKHKUXK CO., 2 '0 South fcaa.
puoon street, I hlr&o, ill.
Dr.. tii;iii':iicKs'i"i; irw- ari-s-icutiflrallyRnd
rr.refullv prepnrwl iTrtcrinUous ; uwrt ftr many
voitr in Dnrtd'i.r.n i n:v w itii sut-TKrt.nnat'-TcviT
Ihirty ynmiwcU 1 y liit-1 fiofjiu. fcvta-y RitiKle Bpe
cit --a 'tt'iril curt' ;'r list- tl Isoa-e nanit-ri.
ttii? or rfiiM4L.L; i h; ty-itfm. i.niJ ar' In tw-t nnd
Get-d tin fyo treijeu reuieiiif 1 tfaeWurld
LIST OI" riUMClPAL NOB.1 CTKEH. PUTS.
t KrvtTH, v."iM--stlon. intiaTiimatlon .5
Wormut w-m FittT, W.inn toiic . X.'i
It rvinu lii , rT-vUiUn; of TnTaiiU
4 Iflnrrbeut of t'MUtlrtn er auhJu...
ft Jyrni-rv. Oripiug. Iilhu r oIHu. .
t Cholera M arbuh aiiltutt;...,...-. ..1
7 'outfh, iih, lronfliitiA ,Sft
9 jltntlu Uph sifikllfiuiad-f. erUgo
II I iVMTvTvi m . Itillnit6 Stumst h
3 1 SnnpreHHrd or Psinfitl Feriid .
ft WhiirrH tfto Profile l u-intls
rtiup. :oui::i, imhii-iiu r.reiimiiir ... ,i;.
Snlt Itheuni. JrJ.vsiIli s. InmU ini.
If Iti'ii mn t . m. Ithftimntlr f'Hlns .
! ti Yrver Mtoi A ndr. t'liijlK. Jdblurta.... AO
ft Ill. Itim,l .r L'liffllnir .SO
19 Cutarrh, lnrliiffifn, Ceid lnthelfd .00
IfO W boopinD- i nngb. Violent c.sturtis. .50
m.rnrrnt lfbtlit ,1 fcysluul Weakness ..U
'it KiUnpy lif nr .Ad
2 Nrrvtot Pobility ; "
SO I rinnry tVfnkifM. Wpt tlnit BfJ. .SO
At Disfa.t-g.rifaf Hvuri.talt-uaUuii l.OO
8ot bv Drngaitts. or dent jxvTwiltl on nicwlpt
T iiriro." HuMmcrY' Mancal. wt pains)
ricklj rxmnd In clotli and (filtl. mnii'.tl XruCb
HUMPHEITS' MEDICIKE CO,
Cor. William and John Stresta, Ktw York.
i SPEEDILY CURED.
No Drags or Medicines nf Any Kind
X VKK !. t ! T K-ll,.
TXo ImoiiTenienre wbalfTer. I'lea-aut to take.
Can b D-uetit at arjy flnr -claps grocers. S to 8
cen'S will cure the wor-l ra-c. Send tl.lti for
recipe to BOX 1. Miltobb. Coks.
y. r a.- . .
i i ' ife - A ."S'-a ht; i-i iSi'
l.'UfM I i. t v "
h! -sr. ,'s.
Tne NationalHymnKbthe World's Fair.
Cy-') m& -tl,;:J..f l.r:,, '
.-v.. ;v s.Sa -''3 ' ;h," I '
-V A'.r;' 5y ,-v -V f-:&Z died;
; c - ; t v-' ,'' ': r:K o5f?-:P i-ad vhere our A'lulliers
V. - c . ').'-'1 ; - v
'.-- .-V' s.i,;. j ,'V fa I Vvsoi:: with hcrr i ii.rais;
.vy;yvvQ3 !u-n i UiiriU ot thee.
'. -;;'.'w:-' y l.Hir.fcics-.vell the l-we,
,., Y-;j i'f'- I VV'.. 4 : Av.l l!aw throufeii aii tl.e
'''-''' J: .' .j .' trees
. . V -iM rLtf;: SANTA CLAl'S:
!VJ H Rn-PPn
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. C CCXNCR, Proprietors. W7,I. II. CATTON.
Ks 'av. C. i r -ry tr- .
iTf - rj '' . -.
;i i.t r
' I t-'''.!. ii' i:;!.'t't i.rsiin t; !:! I:f v
n an.! i i;: t. l . i'v tip .it - , n e: i
i- ; V P:u': . t r.. W h i-". ry . :
,'-J liii'i iii: :i t ii. Cift -i-tr 11 1 J-
For pVp in Hock iHn.l hv Hartz fc
4i- M.o-r'f ( r'. Pm
UUH kiwi I UUUIIIUOJ Wyiit'C U
C0I.IFLETE IX AXii
FuU CATALOUCES APrKHS
?9 TBS ArTLiQTED !
nn'.iiOal iri ;iti,:m :in to hail it ir Tv.i-H.in
fM' tTiv-nA Tilt! rTli '!H'Ti;m- i
$t ?ariHi tri.wn tio vn-srr:ptions .f lr. Will-
i t lieu. tv. lH.iw:Klfnrv. cw..
lfn( C H OCR It pi! who caprriftico n wcnfcnpff
r.'iiiJcL HoLU iuUli irnv;w t iU'ir v.':it-h Kstl
rtnvnnd liln-.M'-r rrniJ--H, vie. will luul our MfUnnJ
it Trijit.iH'nt a :lt IVitain ;ind pivlv (.1 K4
?n!VM P'TMICC -"xnTwnfim'TOith:it!iv
'I rL I J I IL&.E.O1 l-TIi:il 11H-.U-.I!!.-- nlm wiU
noii'uro tiie"M'V-:uliueati. Pr.W ilitr.nia
wh hast:!. po;:tJ ntionti-.n to thte
liho;i t'r rn.xi.y ynars. jro-M nte4 Scnn
nai l':it -liv v. ha-h r.t t niris-t; v niK-n rlio
haii,ro tS fl.cttT iiitrr!i.i:;iniitniinf-sa
KC.!E TREATMENT !"?St!
f.iMia..T fr..ni $.",.iiitf!.Vii'f. wall on
. i:a--- T'rivr.ti' j-nu'Tice. Give li.t ai a tr; it.
Ul Luirib fiO, 01 n-.t ut ruses in one to l..ur tl.o
Mli-ililil- Lll 1 .1l I lull 1 enm'.e VenfcTs, ft.-.
t'uli or wr.lo f.rt.t.il.i.. c autl lr.t jriiiatKa L-vlt.
Coiisuilim: fftllf r. .A.l.lres
THE PERy CHEMICAL CO.,
189 lYiSCOasm SThtET. MILWAUKEE, WI
For sale by ail nr&k-cutee Grocery dealers.
C O. D. !
221 and 223 !
EIGHTEENTH ST. j
AX Laundry Work done on short notice. J
A ipccialty of Dress Sklrte. j
Prices as Low as th Lowest.
ir. Keni-oD K-1 sb e Hemedy. Kaniong eery
where arnoi the ladle a. sa'e. promnt and
.ffectnal The omrinal teaman's talcution. Price
1, Kent d'rect, tested ; iiifonnatioa free. Addrta.
Cat. ill Modaal Co.. Hvttvu, Uff.
r- - s.
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
Let freion ripf.
M natix-e cr-ttrt'v thee
I -.:, of the n .Me', free
Thy n.ime t ! ,ve ;
1 love thv tucks an j frills
Htil ch: vhat la'onJrv bills;
uCh MAKERS FOR ALL
mmm cf cartas wi biscuits.
A'k Yrarf r'i r for Them.
' i v nr.- lit .t.
Ti.c CI.: ;tj "Us-, iu" ai .1 t !,r: y "Wjn R."
j hm K 1-I.ASD.
.. . . :!. 'r,'
.. , , - -i,.,.,.,. . . " k .Mi.iii..rv
. -. iV - v Kni-
HahnT. Ave. an.l Mh -r f ;
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
- of ; ?o.t- r.a tax'. 'l l.-y
"Oall .'iii.. FxtHiiiiiH.
J. C. DUNCAN. Davenport. Ia.
A. D. KUESINS,
Repreent. saotu; other tirae-tr:t tS ara e!
ksowa Fire Insurance Compsnict Le followlcg:
Roysl Ir-fnrsnce Comrar-.y, cf Er c'sr d.
Wtchfrtor Fire Ins. Coaifar.v ol N . Y.
MntJa-o Gtrmari Inf. Co., hiitfuln. N. Y.
Hocht stt'r German Ira. "n.. Hoche:cr, N. Y.
Citiaeni Jr.n. Co., 1 Hitishnrgli, pa.
Sun Fire (JfUcc. Luraloia
Union In. Co., ot California.
Secnrity Inn. Co.. Nt w Hivn, Co: n.
Milwaukee Mechanics Int.Ci.. X '.weekee. Wis
German K;rvln. C,o.,cf t'luriu. II'..
Offic Cor. ISth Sr., ami S- ct c Ave.
ROCS ISLAND. IL.L.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old F're anil Time trh-d t'oii'i :in:e
Lorsss Promptly Paid.
K:.te as ! ny rtlislile comrnrar tan nSor.l.
Your Putioiif ;e i auhciird.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
Ii-aurt live Mock f."int ilt mh fiuu accuier.t
ordi"3fc. For rates ainly to
ED. LIEUJBRKSECHT. Agnt,
ltl Sefoxd avenne. Bock Inland.
. The Rock Island
13 the best medium throuah
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
annotincements;ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.
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