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XHB ABGrUB, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 18H J
i m-kv litflit the (sanlcn steeps,
i "u;,;ikf shallow .liinlilcrinK ireen
,r.-i's- tlierrmnl'IiriK ground,
ci, . liili'i''- 'hi'." " time i blurred
lJ'.ri,.L i.i Minn- li'itf lii'Mi-n Iiir.t
J; J.', i r,rif-s .)' wild hanks mitred:
U t-;i -ili-lii-v hl'mMls .iriil'ii:li(l.
A ' '
,,,,.,,11 lnwl the Ix'l'i'V lifts.
"tisr'il that ihi-oii-.-li its fringes drifts
r.-l nsclots f I'liiod:
liri,..t the iTiair it li awful til.iri.
il.tri. -i't a111' ''lack despair,
'rtiiii.i- from tli' ir itrwii leaves stare
I I til- niilill! t'liKXl.
;i . i : : i flames with lire
.m -nine tVInii's funeral pyre,,
1! ii iiL.-l.ts Uss.ml tn hell:
,.;.,l. r ''iri.l ihnililiiiic rose,
: . iln'Il-il petals uriMVH,
N .i i:.-tri I lull tiereel i;li)Ws
... 'i halrr-il's -nvflll spell.
,.r, i) Inve. 'tis well we Miiad
l . In-peach tmriiiiii; liii.-ul
. ., ,-.M;.'s trances wild.
,,- ' !,,!;- !.'.i:M Hash their Moora,
..I i ;a'ti "t -..vei t piTtuine,
..m-i like III" ii!s l.ioiu
i ::. ! -M'lt ilel'lnl.
i ::-- iil. 'i: N'. ti'leatis rifa line,
Tj. . r: :i it "!. i.;lir.ms I"iiiitl .' tlie
... . '. .... A m! see w Imt :i .iiiiiiin-r
., ' ,,.: , a i:iu of Off."
... . , I... .: -:ia:i shake his Iieail to
, .i-.l.i !, - ii .'it'll Ijl.'.llre tloWll
. . - lilne Willi w;w ln'ttill-
;..; !t i'c. !! lie wall loo'.neil
V,.!i;.! f. t 1' ' - :'i:i!!iwtiii(initul
; i' -.n i-!.i.,i! wa- Dealer tiiiin
:,! n. .s-Il i t" '. t!-- i' .i'nol.ly bay
.:- t..ci as : ! !'':' .'' I"'?. Tile
::- ' ". lull Ji-d.t in
. - : i i si.,'it, mill if the
file i-l.it - .. : '. Our luxurious
, s t i vi I lieckoiunl us
"sll.'l.l I nut take
!v:, I l.r.a
..i, k .
lVf a .
ii it h tin- fo; ami
t;ili-n until it fairly
W! i i r. iii iii it liiiiL; lieycmj our
I... :.:,-:!i .:;' the Iuiil; mli of the
!..!: .: i I ii I .fir e.irs. we Imtli looked
t !..;. a::, v. Ij,i. railiuu at the proper
in .:-.!!; ;ii !:is :t:reiiij.t to steer two olisti
ti :.- v...:"i i. .tit. i .. s.-u'e emirse. now sp:.rtfl
ti-- : ;. i - .mi :ir v iiyininhu'ss and set
li Mi-i; t l-:-:Ni.-:itir us thr.muh the itiien-
i'.i.niuia-; up close tilioiU n.
Mi; ami s;i(1lt; a the tuaii is,
'rj ai:-i sti-otii; as ihe sea
i- in iis crasp. !ut there is
.:ts!ir:ni to little woitieu in
i ad -iioiihlers and in the i!e
' ei iiMl lace lie, puts up in the
In- tint -whirl.
s.. ;.:!:,' f
If,.- I: :!.'s I.:-
- mt tin- !iiil:t, airy Vr.ttt Mui-r:in.i we
- .::ir. iiiii s watched lit work upon the
:-e:t.i. -lily, dot ! ma t he l.hie luiy with
':.:: islands that were never there
. ..ii ! tln-y. presto, ohatiitiK with
.-' t Ii" pi i ii s and steeples of 1 Cist port,
( 'atnpoU'lio islan.l, into a en
' 'i'.v -f ast palaces iiml casti liiited
- itito this lil.tuk now even .loan,
i- it h ai tns crossed on the ifun-.vale,
- a weary i f peering, liiiffled by the
"I ::lay Kmce which vturontidH us
u. u hefever we no.
-.n'.y we m by fait li, not by siht.
' "ii"t think we r.t-re very friirhtened,
tail We had no experience of the
.. id there was none apparent in the
ii'iiti l sliiintner roiiniiinit to that
-.1 liio L'loiiin"; us in.
i. -ii!y. s.i near thut we both started
at . d at one anoiher. n sound rose up
- n to the mermaid's shell," said
;:: a hi;lf whisper uh the strain died
i had another internretat ion:
.a (.: la-r Imat out in the fon and her
I. -k- i -ailina -her home. That's u eonoh's
v..:-. U'e use t h.ise shells on the islands
t"i nils. We're near land some-
in f. I should have said we were near
i an ! everywhere, the lissanmquoddy hav-i:.,".in-
llbenil allowance of an island for
'i . il.: in the year and one thrown in
!" ! a.p year, ,-Ls.loan said.
N . . than we thought.
I nr. ;i! must as Macleod spoke, soniethinct
li't-i anil hi.ick heaved slowly up out of the
he like the back of some sea monster.
H a; it was only the fiK drifting past it
tli r. timved. The sea monster presently te
' itself into a projecting e!ue of rock,
Venning by a thicket of spruce and
1 here was a tiny hit of shingle Ixtach
jti-t hi . mid. .loan pointed itoutwith.au
.itt.atioii of relief, while Macleod was
hitir nil' the ledy;,.
W- caii land there, cannot we? Surely
is - line one on thu island to Rive na
t. . f ir the niht. We can't push out
ii.ar ton- n-'uin: '
is a hard, lixed look on Macleod's
: beaten face.
must." he said grimly, with net
-live a little tihiver.
"What is the matter, child:-"
"I 'ti cold no, no, 1 may as well cmifkSK
I nit afraid:'' she answered me. "I can't
i.:l any longer. .Miss Althea. I'm not
ft anl.,1 many things, but this fotr it is
ii- ii v.c had reached the very edge of this
1 anil world and were peerimi out into
I don't know that Macleod understood
h' 1 . perhaps even heard ber. With my
' i s on his stern, lowered face 1 fancied I
c a 'ul see that he was struijuliiii; with hiin-
il" said abruptly:
"We'll stop. We'll have to stop. This
W :l' . ladies. This ledge. Up you ko. And
f"w 1 11 have the ba-it fast in a minute."
e stood holding by each other ou the
I'm hv promontory, the sea wind blowing
:'it' skirts about us and shaking the soft,
'r"tty hair loose in .loan's eyes.
' How shall we know which way to go?"
"list then the long, re verberating notes
af t he cimch floated uliove us again.
i- were aware of something like a path
l our fret, across the mossy rocks, and the
liuik with its carpet of hunch lierries worn
Jitt in places.
might ahead, ladies," said Macleod.
' l'he road runs fore and aft."
It w as a pretty enough nest of a cottage
Mien we reached it, Macleod bringing up
tue tear. At the swinging of the gate be
hind us a iiijure appeared in the low door
way. emUiueriHl in the scarlet runner.
- sHrht linare, with something so youth
ful i:i its puise and in its slender lines that
it Was with a little shock of surprise as we
drew- i.lir xii;it I saw there were white
lli reads iu the dusky hair knotted low ou
t-he small, shupely head.
The face was turned slightly aside from
U"1 in a listening attitude.
"It isn't you, Dick," she said the next in
stant iu a disappointed tone, when we were
The both of us, Joan and I, waited for
our gui,e to speak.
When he said nothing Joan made our explanations.
The woman for
she was no longer girl, but a woman,
though with that t uriouslv youthful, al
most childlike look in her face made us
kinilly welcome tit once. Siie had been
blowing the conch or her hrot her Dick,
tihe said, though she was not much .-.fraid
of his bcinoin in t ie fog: be was over Ht
his wening weir, t the Wolves, and hi?
must have seen th Ton coming in. Dick
always knew she v ould rather he staid
on at the Wolves tl an try to get hack at
night in a fog. -1', r it was night, wasn't
it? Mui couldn't lie sure. e,s ber clock had
run down and would not strike.
Then for tne lirs time we were quite
mire those blue eyes were blind.
No, she was not at raid, she told us, to be
left alone on the is! .n.l. It was lonesome
sometimes. I hough )iek was seldom off at
lught. It would be less iones-.mie licibrc
long she added, wit'i a little telltale quivtl
of her voice. Dick was i.,v,, t i.:n ..
v.-ife hom;.. liut -vhat w:s there that
could hurt her? Sh t Lad never been afraid
but on:-,, in her lil . timl th-:t w.is in the
great Sax by gale, a? res ago, when it so h;--)-poncd
she was hf; by accident in sole
charge of Head Marlmr light, and the great
wave:, breaking ovce the liglitlior.se th"
whiie. as she couh :.. fri',:u s.md and
J.ir. Ilr.t nil that a.-.is louv-ago. when she
was a tn-re i,ild. She must not keep th
laoies wa.tmg now u, li-te:i to oi l women's
tales. .m!.; t'lryw.ii:. mr,, f.e parlor,
and t.n yshou.a h.ive :i cup of tea there
present ly ?
Thru sin- stopped with a quick (.-.tc'ninn
n tier t.re i;ii. as Ma.-leo.l stepiied b
ti'om t.ie gtv.vel iiat '
1 iuTe is so. :n
course. ' sue said, litisti!
.loan ivfniv.l t! e question to Mark-oil
with her eves, but : rein r Imv.-s'. rangny lie
was siar'.u;' in o.tr little hostess, as it all
his son I ha,! pis-d into his eyes, unlit was
I who mi -.veird it.
"Our boatman," I said.
"Wiil he come i l too? The kii -heu is
pleasant ." she said simply.
He started. I co.ih!
Dervoiisiy on those great feet of !
ne growled out something hoarsely about
having to make thn boat List.
As if he had n-.t lone that already.
At the sound of his voire, indistinct its it
was. that change e line over the little crea
Her color (led and then itcame back with
an added glow, as if she blushed ,t in rowu
thoughts. She w is not past the agj of
blushing, evid nil .-. Was it her blindness
that bad kept her snt;l so young?
"1 in est be i:e: luiifj;," she said MTiiplv.
"when 1 might to be wide awake or.. I do
ing. Hut I won'. Ik- long, ladies, au.l I
hope" turning h -r fare toward The side
whence Macleo l's unwilling voice had pro
ceeded"! hup.- h -u you are ready youT
count in and ;u:ike a coi.i'.oi tabie tea."
"I wished siie h: d ask -d r. ;. too, into the
iped bai l;
i oticj t ie grass.
tne wilb you, ladies, ot
how iie shuffled
kitchen." said .ban nivsen.lv. worn
had finished her inventory of t lie p .trior i
furniture from the depths of ci.c of the big j
split rocking t hai: s we ttxiVpiissession of. !
The hooked rag mats covering thclloor, j
clipped almost into the senibianeei f warm !
lined Persia:: caineting: tile color-si nrint i
But he caught them fast in bis.
"You tii "1 call me, Margery; you can;
deny it!--ca;".l me in with" that there
blessed conch that's guided me and Dick
home many a time through the fog when
we were lisherlads together. Home! It's
my empty home's ltecn waiting for you
these ten years, and if we hadn't been a
couple of quarrelsome young fools"
"There's no fool like an old fool," she
paid, half laughing aud half crying, as she
held him at ami's length, her hands
against his breast.
"That's true, and so I'm not going to lie
the fool to let you go again the second
time. And now that Dick is to get him a
That was the whole of it. as Joan told it.
The matter evidently was -safe enough to
allow of her walking in through the kitch
en dor without risk to the denouement.
An.) 1 don't know when I might have
had my cup of tea had not Dick presently
come crunching up the gravel walk, having
been called straight to the landing by that
last conch blast.
As for .loan, she was rather disappointed
when we awoke next morning in our tiny
white nest wedged tinder the oaves (Mar
gery's own, as v.-e suspect edi, and found
the siiii shi-.-ing so brightly that no fog
could give r.s nil excu :!: to linger for a
second chapter of .loan's sea idyl.
"It 'san ill fog that livings nobody .good."
says Macleod. his i-i:;.,-get lace shining with
the sun in ii, as he fives the tiller into
.loan's keeping r.n.I veil h sleight of band
does sotnei iiing to -. lee sheet, .loan in
the boldness of igperi:!!rc siif-'j,. sis. which
pomcthiug Iirin is us with magic speed in
sight of t an-.;- ihi-llo Head harlior ii-bt on
its bol.l rock. The iii-e river is rushing us
past, toward our haven at Welchpool.wheu
-Ma.-Uod puis. is out the lighthouse and the
keeper's dv.i'.iing with the long, narrow
stretch of sharp rocks, a bridge ,-it low tide
to the mainland if O.ntpobello island can
by coiapariso.i villi this rock Ik- called the
"That's when- she rode out the Saxby
gale," lie said, "and t ended the light the
long night lliroti-'h. tuv brave little blind
gil l, (lod ble- s her:"
He lifted Ir ; hat reverently.
.loan's s iii:-:- h;;t was in her hand. ! had
tocatr'i the i.ll.r, with a warning cry for
the swirling eddies. l'itih-.delphia Times.
Antidote for Snu.'.e Itites.
I see common cooking saa ratus recom
mended as an mitidote for rattlesnake bite.
Having lost .. little boy from snake bite, uo
doubt a rattlesnake, upo.t '.viiieh thai rem
edy was used, i would say don't trust it.
I doubt not it, has merit, bin ammonia is
inueh u tore nov. vrfr.l ,".:i.l elVect ive. if ni
j plied freely by sat ip-.i; iug col ton batting
an 1 lading over aud around the wound.
IV.-. t Hi -r of e.H make a ligature by tying a
I stout cord between the wound aud the
l body i"id tigir.-.-nlng it !.. -putting a smell
. stick i-iy a stout penh.jhie:- through it
; and twist inii. it t i;:V, so as to st o- t tic re-
W . T . Arkell. uublirher of Jiulirn d
Frank L she's Illustrsud Newsnsntr
I r - '
' JucgeBulMIog. j
Cor. Fifth Ave. ai.u Six eei.ta St.,
New l oik, Jnuonry 14, 1891. )
"About ihro. WPI-Ill iim noii.c
feriog from a severe cold wbicb hnd s -
led cn my chest. I applied an Allcock'
Potus Piaster, and in a snort time oh-
"Id tr.y ODinion. these r.1
. . - - - . . u . .u . .
in everv bousdhohi. for n in ,.. .
coughs, poldx, sprains, bruises, or pain
or anv html 1 know ihat in my case
the results have been entirely satisfac
tory and beneficial."
Tot ovet Firry Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hB
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while tcthin it Ai.
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and cryinj: with
iiu ui cuiiing teem send at once snd gel
bottle or "Mrt. Wirslow's Soothing
yrup" for children teething. It will re".
litv. the poor little stifferer immi-dittely
Depend upon it. mothers, there is no mis
.kf f.bttut it. It runs dintrhoea, reu
iatea tin stomach unci howils, cures wind
'V'.ie. softens the gums, rcduct s inflnnima
Hon t!d aives tout and energy to the
"bolt: system, "Mrs Winslow's Snothinc
yrup" tnr children teething is pleasant
totbe nne and is the prescription of one
f.f the oldi -si Hnd best tenisle physieiant
tn.i r.ui-ces in the United Stmea. Sold
ill flrueejsts throughout the world. Price
weniy-fivt cents b,ule. Be sure, and
ssk for "Mrs. Wint.lr,i'o Snog tf trup
tar.icy h tin ixpiorer, Edisnn as an
inventor. Mit-s Fiora A. Jot.es the
diMtovi r, rof the fnm-.iis Blush of Roses
for ilif coniilexion; irc tlw names th&t
tll be bunded down as benefactors of
the race, to .,1! recoMcd -titrie. T. II.
Thoinss ci mes in fur his t-hore (of the
protits) as h- nlnuvs kers a hig supply
en hand, snd sell, it tor 75 cents pel bottle.
to t he vitals, a
Tim turn of
; it '
u 1 1 le virus
fit until a physi
knov.s. savs to
ti r. should h
'. ill Hive it to t :
: leg. it wiil
. ever il eo '.e s
; neutralize i.
,ir s riii-:., '
,.' . er t he v i i lls
.-.ptiiied iu ti
of the yo.itigiiue; ti in coronation roVes; tl
Iortr.iit of a brig, nil sailed upon the vivid
ost of green and v in'te a!iie:l sea-,; the big
red covered center table, with its huge
ant'.ered bra.i -h if white coral, peri.tts
brought home in t i. at very brig from s.nith-
i ii -s.-..-. n nil ij.iiiiuii i. -re in wiurn, : ist. e
under a tall glass en.se. stood a huge b:u- ! 1, ype.-.l -r:
quet of wool flowers, dahiias. white and ' animouiii
red and yellow, ai d crimson prince's fralli- . ,i; (.e: p.- .
er. knitt-.l. as 1 afterward learned, by t he L.t'in t il'
i wts'ieu sue li t. I iii,i(M us. ton. int. her , to hl i!s sll:
ki'ehen. ' s aid Jo in. 1 think. Mis, ; sinking sens..! i,.-, i nu . i
Aleihea. if you on't mind I'll go aud ask i jii.raj llsc ()r stimul : rs
iiiyseu. i am sure i coinu help ner get . form You n
I ,!,.t ;
wo you inuiK sue requires any neipr i ; ,1S(.,, w!...t is Vlr!h ,ij.lsr j, ,vl,r1., ,i
asked dry !y, glai Citig around on the trim. : Well. Where :i i other n-meilies are at
quaint rooms. band, and it may be w here t ii.-re are. bnry-
lint it would take more than that n ' n. wounde'l prt in amass of soft,
stop Joan in a fancy of hers. And to tell , Wlt clav -r mud will be found benelieial
the truth. I did not f ire to stop her. I nu,. ,,erb:i;i.s all that is required. -Home
confess to a fair share of Mother Mvc's be- ,.Utt .-.irl;i
quest to ber dat g'nters. :tnd jis Joan bad I ' - -
not noticed Macleod's face and the hi of
unconscious bypl ty o:t the blind woman's
part, Joan might go and gratify my enri-
idine, the s. roa rer th-bet-:;;:,
1 ot: the wouud. and
!'. 'y all ;:;-.). iiid tlie aem or
e '.i.r pores ;.:i-! iieii
;e t with the virus will
-1 :.o!d Ik- iu eve.y
b. -t n -medy I know
ito the wouud. with a
. ' 'f a pr. p::ral ion of
low lag the rireulai ion
ill ovrrrotnr lis
Tliis mils', be
tie r.-.t '-'ii always
s pwsible. Ti e
. iverroi'ie by ihe
:i!: o!ii in si.Tiie
1 not Iron: this infer that
tire to ensue if t imulants are not
osity iu seeing want was hnpticning.
For that something was happening I was
rat her sure. I h id seen one boatman pass
the window, ste ping gingerly on the turf,
in the direction of the kitchen.
I could not hear voices where 1 sat, but I
V. by So Klany InTants I-'i.
There is no means of knowing just what
proportion of deaths among children in
summer are due to neglect upon the part
of mothers. Hut beyond doubt it is very
large indeed. When a baby is lak"ii wit h
diarrhea, if it is nut serious at first, the
average mother cit her assumes that it is
due to teething or some other cause equally
heard just then 1 he long wail of the conch, remote from the right one. More than
giving forth ag iin it s guiding warning to likely she eonsideis; the complaint sa!u
the befogged Dic k, if perchance he might, tary It is therefore neglected until it has
be sailing sotnew hen? within sound of it. j become severe and occasioned alarm, and
Joan told me afterwarrl how it ail hap-t by that time it has often gone beyond the
pencil, giving mo a scolding at the same ' point where .-. cure is possible,
time for makii g her, as she said, play j Little children, even in hot weather,
gooseberry fool. sometimes have attacks of diarrhea which
She was stain ing in the kitchen door-j are innocent and do not threaten life, but
way waiting lor the blind womaa who no mother c.-.n tell w hether the same are
hail passed out just before her and was! harmless or not. It is therefore the duty
Bounding her sh -ll from the rising ground. of all when their young children are iHkeu
Joan stoixl watching the gliding figure re- ! down with this complaint to send at once
turing, and won. d have called to her, but j for a physician. Mere pocket economy
that just then Macleod came walking bold- j should weigh mtliing in sickness, and least
ly on the gravel around tne corner oi in ; ol all w hen t :e victims are very young.
The little creiture started, Joau said,!
so violently inau me sueu leu iroiu ner
'Who is it?" the said breathlessly, turn
ing her blind face from side to side.
loan was about to answer, she tells me,
but Macleod brushed pv.t her, making her
a constraining feature almost fierce in its
She felt small, she told me afterward,
like a troubleso no child who had gotten in
the way, but understood she was not so
much as to stir, to betray here eavesdrop
ping presence there.
Macleod passid her with a contemptuous
disregard of tin t presence, but she saw at
once that he fee red Margery's taking ad
vantage of it to elude a scene apart with
For when he stepped boldly on toward
her still witho it shaking, and she said
" Who is it ? Xot not A rgus Macleod ?"
"Yes," he said firmly. "Stop, Margery.
The ladies can wait just where they are.
Let them have their tea afterward" She
bad inurniuied something "but first, I'm
starving for a word from you."
She tried to laugh.
"Poor Angus! Have you been starving
these ten years?"
"Just exactly. These ten years."
""ou might have come to see an old
friend sometimes in ten years." she said,
trying to stea ly her voice. "Dick would
"Dick!" he broke in. "What's Dick to
me? I told jt-u when we two quarreled
and parted ten long years ago that I'd
never come back to you until you called
"And you bt.ve called me."
"Never," sl.e said hurriedly. "Never.
I'm no less bli id now than I was ten years
ago; Angus M utleod. There's no hope for
them that's btm blind, outside of the Gos
pel. Aud a blind woman for n wife No,
no, I never ca.led you!" she cried, thrust
ing cut her buids as if in protest against
Here iu America oiie-1'ourt h of all the
children die before the end of the fifth year
is reached: and of all who die under live
years of age more than three-fifths are less
than one year old. There are a number of
obvioii-. reasons for this appalling mortal
ity. Ignorance and t he assumption of the
responsibility of caring for the little one
when ill are the prime factors. I'M urate
mothers so that they can give their chil
dren lietler care when well, and convince
them that a physician's advice is always
needed when they are ill. and then, aud
then only, will the terrible death rate les
sen and the mortality in childhood be uo
greater than in middle life. Hostou Her
ald. The Funny Mali l'rpi.
He proposed us seriously as a humorous
man could and she laughed. He looked
blue. Then she smiled and said:
"That's a capital joke."
"What's a joke?" he asked iu surprise.
"Your latest. Shall you have it printed?"
"That was no joke. I mean it."
"You do? Why. you have written so
much iu ridicule of love, courtship and
"Well, er-er-yes bu,t"
"I should never suit you. I write post
scripts, stop before the mirror, atu slow in
dressing ft,, church, admire a new hat,
sometinie-s want a new dress, and"
"Hut my dearest Angelina. I should never
"You have shown thut happiness ends
with marriage, and I hav a mother who
would Ik a mother-in-law to you and who
would waul to visit me; and"
"And 1 may have my animosities, and
may look around in church; and you would
find such a 1 t of things to write about."
"My precious. 1 would only write about
other people then; the neighbors, the" -
"Those horrid Miss Suiffitous?"
"And the stuck up folks over the way t"
"Enough! 1 am yotirs." London Tit-
Ti x Aotiee.
The lexis for lfj'Jl sre now due and
miy be psul to th onship collector at
Hurst & Donhklson's ffie in Masonic
T mp o block Y tir list cir's receipt
i '. be of t;ret hssistsnce to the collector
m finding ou dcscr'tiMons on the tax
books. Wll.UAM 1'. ItC.DKN,
It Con.iColds.Couglis.Sore Throat, Cnra-i Influcn
K&.'WhoopingCough.BroDciuusaiiil AsUiffi. a s r
tiin cur,. :or CollttUzaptioa ill Ural ia?", s.c.1 a mire r-ticf
in advanced stairs, r- m nnw. You will ?e the
excellent effect after taking the first dose.
t tit 6ti -ii-rc. LaToV UAllUB, 60 Cl'LU Wlkl f l.llu.
A Eelicicus a:i Esalthfil Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
CVEB OFFl'BED TO THE PUBLIC1
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE iJIVALUABLEI
S2EE SHEOAT, C3U5ES A"D C2L23,
AND IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL 70 DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im-p.-irts
a Tilc.isant tjsie to the triciuiti, and au atjree
alile leelini; to ttie sioniach.
liorn's Clioc-To f.um is the best, trv it once, and
you will est r.o oiher ,-ificrwarUs. if any dealer
v.j'1 ask li.r i:. has net col it. take no oilier, but ro
somewhere els:. You will rind all progressive
il: aiers have ir. ihat is the class of dealers to jx.l
rcnie al-A-ays for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 A. 61 C. CANAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL.
HARTZ & BA.HNSEN,
Wholefale AgepU for Hock Island.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of fnrnu-hliiE al khsda
or StoTes with C&stlngi at 8 oents
A MACHINE SHOP
Da been added where all kind of machine
work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
Ak vour Dnipitlst for
bottle of Bin ti. The only
' non-ooimnous remedr for ail
' the liniiHturul diM-harves and
I private diseases of men aud the
debilitating weakness peculiar
iu women, ji cures an a lew
days without the aid or
I publicity of a doctor.
JK ' nirersal Armcan vure.
l.it,fiielnrf..'l I v 'ma
, Tha Ci-.r f Se-,r.l L?k
r j 1
( 1 s ' i ! j ' fj
i i ! I r i i i .
J. B. ZIMMER,
M ERCHANT 1 AILOP.
Will ge.l for thp rir-xt -?0 rl:iys nil lis r.v rr .-uirps ai 1T
p-r c-nt l-pf ilun ih- te.-iil ir j.jicra.
STAK 8LO0K. PPOsiTrT FT A RPKK llor8U
B. F. THOMAS & CO..
-Elm Street Meat Market
Ail kin Is of r 1) and S:i't Meats always on h .ml. iaro.
Fish and Ovst-rs -n ihete:i on.
Rky voids' Pi. ck Mo isk .Ur.,
FOOT OF ELM ST.
PI our. ICtc?.
TeleDh'-ne 1098. 23! Twen'ieih st-.?.
hr.IV H - & ANDERSON,
CONTRACT. RS and BUILDERS.
Ail Kinds cf Carp?nt-r Work Doi.e.
fJeneTii1 J.ilmii.K d- ! mi fh,.rt n n ire m il aa' f-facii i- nu a e J
Oftlo" nnrl ShoT 1412 Fonrfli Atmiii
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 F.trhr.-entJi s?re-i
JAMES T. C'CONKCR, ! Frcprictors. ! VTM. II. CATTON.
J. E3a CHRISTY, .
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KVOi:y. vis 4i ii.ii t'.-.i:.
aver port Busin-ss College,
CCI.IFLETE IN AL.L DEPARTiIENT3.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
T O O'TMCIN. Daverlport la
John VolK- Sc Co..
Si8h Doors B ili:&. Sirliny, Piorrrn?.
and a)' kind- of nfrl work for (valldara.
Rtrr.'eii'h M.. rni. TU.Trl Faia mw.
For sale by a!) Onl-clast tiroccry itea'u
mm is i -j
'r l.iTl-n" It- I nti - in. f!j r r m frrT
i -r n-.o-1 thf lriih i-'nr i,. am)
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