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;KOl KAMI HTATK TICKKV.
ForCdTernor iUrJ JOHN P ALTGEXD
For .oni;renian at large. .. J UlN 8 BlAtK
tor Congrei-fmau at large.. ANDREW J gBNTBR
Pot Lieutenant Govt rnor . . . JOSEPH B UFlLL
For Secretary of State . . . . . VtM H HIS RtCHSK N
For Auditor !'DAVIlOKE
For Treaeurer. v KUFUS Ji, .HAMfcK Y
For At toiLty General ........ ...MT? MALOE Y
Ex Beadsman Clahksos picking cheer
fully at cold crow is a charming' lllustra
' tion of the beneficence of disciplinary
Mk. Detew balancing a $50,000 offlje
and a fragmentary term as secretary of
State is aj interesing as a Japanese Ji g
glint; with a cannon ball and a feather.
A solid gold hixk, weighing 500
pounds and worth $150,000, will be tx
hibited in the mines and mining building
at the World's Fair by a Helena, Mon.
SocHEbTEK Republicans ' Tatifieu" fhe
Minneapolis nGftritiution Friday night
without mentioning the name of Karri
son. Tbey stem to have a prejudice
WhitklaW Rerd explains that the
convention threw Morton out because it
believed in rotation in office. "Funny,
isn't it," says the Keokuk Constitution -Democrat,
"that the rale did not apply
to the bead ot the ticket as well as the
Statements from banking authorities
seem to indicate the probability of a
heavier demand for funds wfrlh the early
opening of fall trade. The abundance of
money should be understood to be con
fined to the ordinary channels of borrow
ing. New York World: But if Mr. Reid
were a poor man instead of a rich one
if he simply a distinguished journal
ist instead of "another fellow liBe Phelps"
in his ability to "get contributions from
the conservative class and from Wall
street," as Senator Ingalls put in four
years ago does anyone suppose that he
-jWould have been nominated? We fancy
ifu Woloott of Colorado defied all
precedent recently by entering the senate
chamber attired in a striped shirt, a silken
.belt and.' tan, colored shoes. Had a njem-
ier don ibis 'In Webster's day, or eyen
in "(he days of .Conk'ljng. Edmonds and
Thurmati, he wonld ; bare created pro
found amwz-.-muut and doubtless have 'been
scathingly rebufcd for his infraction of
Ben atojrial dignity, But the senate is, b -coming
rjsed'to Innovations, as must also
republican conventions attended, by Mr.
Wofcott after the sensational disclosures
he made.. ub Minneapolis two ' weeks ago
"Cfnf ernlbg the fnflutjtiee of the H'arrisb-b-ian
hirelings at the aforesaid Minaeapfllis
McKlntey vt. tl. Kinl.
No one has eyer accused ' Jtajor Mc
Kinley of downright stupijTity". But in
one recent speech tie, Jta bir to some
statements that convict him of being ee-.
r- . logrhaa'g .wiii, jbirnaelf. : In
, speaking; p.f torChjtt'manufactiired pro -ducts
he said: . . -.
"We said to the manufacturer of any
such product, 'If you want to enter the
United States rand ..sell 'in competition
wrtb the American citizen side by side
with him in the markets of the Unfcd
States, we propose that you most corue
in upon equal conditions wtb him, jou
must pay into the public treasury so
much per ton,' so much pur, jal, so
much ptr p0uh4 Ibr the flttyllege.df'en.
tering this market.'"
That 18 the foreigner-pays-the-tarCf
statement, anil -...'... v.?jgjnrt
that the foreigner pays the
kl wa nnuM pn ahrnsri nmi ofpgu
the world's maVktrts
WeIT7 we p
WelTTwe put into
tWea tfihLhnfcxrtrzra ii
Does niif ROVerher'rjf Ohio put himself on
rrdc'sayTol MfVWMtt law dis
ci im if? fieY ig&Wsft he' 'American woolen
mnHHWM jrter with;
I'ai Kami v Mcim nt
bowels each day. iBdSI "felxpre
can go lngpasny country of tfeg
fjrthg ifidrb'the UnlteiT SlaTei a
the duty fixed upon it by law." k.
bage a confuenLWJth himaeUo Bav
iyyreaTh tWVLi frtf'jf n manufac-
n W IbD nest MbnbJhLthe
rrvpMrfpwipMays fnv.moKin -
I k M . . S .
ijX?..ti raw KpiTkM an rnauiijtvttie
Of the AnencaKneoDle.
. 5 iP
W JPUL HKAIRS ARE RE
BY CUL"URED MUSICIANS.
Ernest Jarrold Writes About a Song; That
He Ills Sun; in Public Many Xoars, 4-
sma Whieh f ever Falls to Strike the
Andlrnre Fa orablj Sneet Verses.
There is anwr-ofrriTiee born at a liighxie
T of ctiltnre wkicb 1b almost insuffer-.
'ablo. Purticuhirly Is tAts tte' of I hig-hly'
sditeated tfMMMMj : This Arroganeff is
largely uuconaci 5its, and comes frovn Aw in
timateaof)tiaint.ince witiithe liiglier forms
snd'tecbtircHl pi asesot an art which finds
its biglitst expression in the voices of
.hirds.and f.he nv sic. of brook. Now and
;theq a. fugitive symphony is, written, in
ivhieh the haruu ijy of. nature, is caught to
lofirx extent by the. composer, and even
.tlie unlettered in the most divine of rts
ran recognize it. But in the majority of
rases, tliu effort, is a soaring after the in
firntr, a rcaclji!! ; after tin- unattainable.
Then these atten pts liocome only an eoclii
bition of tuechan cal dexterity In their e.x
reution. 'U'hat man or tvnman' is there in the
world who. with mtiiaving some previous.
'tekrWledge of the composer, ?r wlrii .nt
having heard t ie title of a piano solo. ,
ton Id tell what the author meant tb con-Vuy:-
There may le pntnething in tho Itine'
orfhythnt which will enable one to distin
guish, bit ween f. dirge and a quickstt p.
but tlrat ..is nil., rfter that to the ifst
.acute mncjj iut -liiguncu huruiouiv wjund
is mainittgless an l.t-.prviMih.'.
Tliis brings me to the sfibject. of tuy ar- ,
gumej'.t, that tot much contompt is px
prvsscil by those J eijuajtited yitU the nie
chanicnl forms of niu.-ie for wlit is kaown
as popular melod -. You nention( for in .
Stance, "UHe. l;vOJiey" ,tp; Taderewski, .
awl he will turn up his cultured i'olisli
rose with contton iU
Tbe ordinary ci ntnion folks, who have
not beervinitiated iuu. the arcanum of mu
sical gymnast it and pyrotechnics, want
tokowwhatit u all about. "What the
detie i h at; worn m playing? What does
it (l. , meal. w .- u . , ,.
: Theeame argunent holds good regaird
ing voea; iiuisio. .Kverythiuje is sacrificed
,U ','rone.prt-." If i the roulwlea are run
iSBWPthly and tbeuatained tones are pure
and even the criti.-al ear is satisfied;' 'But
not so the manlgt orant of higher refined
art ta''mtiTcat 'eJ rnesidn. ' lie wan,ts to
hehr 1 lie words arrt catch the sentiment.
Helsipsrfeotly VciltiTig to lee some of the
sweetness provide bo-get an idea of. what
it a., about. I fin, .perfectly aware- that
maftj- rneapf u eriur intelligence may,
read these lines an I say that the man. who
wrote them is an i.ss, ami that he is strug
gling with a subject of which he knows
To this I can on y rf-ply that I know as
miMMi attorn tie subject 'as he does in its
utiiiturian (jplntiori. It it -my- theory
that the thing whi h appeals most forci-'
bly to the greatest number is Teally the
highest form of ar .
Let us tnVetiy v ar of iflustration what
I (1iti-!'!,r to In- th ! most 'p"Tmlar son a ia
the world. It ha.-, been adopteti by tlie
Press club as its official son;;, and Colonel
John A'.'CockerilL pre'sideut of the dub,
says that it is the most liamoniziiiL; influ
ence that ever e itei-cd t lie duliiiousc.
The song I allud. to is failed Scatter
Seeds of Kindness. 1 It is hidden away in-,
a niav- of canting rubbish in one of the
Moorry and' Sankiy iiyrn'o books. The
song 'appeared o -iginallv without the
music, under the title or "If We Knew."
As ft appears in the modern form the
stanzas have Ijeen c hangid around Home
wiiat. and one stanza in the original lias
'beeh Onifttcil'.' ' '' '
' It lifted" to a'sii pie little melody vvrit
ten by S. J. Vail, i JtMdi is enunenUv an
paMfWitste the tSV-fne and sr tree from
musical teeirniculi iH that n child can
leiiiu it in a few miumes, .When I say '
thu,f this song is tli mosL popuhtr aong il
spi-ak advisedly, fi r it is sung now, and
has been sunt; for I uinv vearx. in ibc
day schools in all the countries where the
T. t:,.i. L i'.' - "ti- "..i -T.. J . !
fuun wugue i. !,. .oKcn. -ioreoyeiv lf is
sun- by persons wh have no relijriom,.l.e-
Wt,"'!1;ft'vvr. UX it.is instinct JOtb, the
deepest and holiest -eligious feeling. Here
la un; ursi sianza:
lt us gatucr up the s inbeams lyiusall around '
''Our-afli, ri ." i
Lotus keep tlic vhei t amd rrmes, castltlgoiit
the t liorut-iuiu c aff;
Let ojj.ntul-inn.'-swrettit romfurt ;in he bless-'
1 n of fodiiy
Withivj.utieiit haml reujoviuc all the briers
" trom tlib'wa'.1'- ' v
Then tffc sortg Tiei ohies tomber and pro--"pietie.
Bttt kll gr at art is sorriher. It
dJpsthfep tomvlBM human di-stiny. It is '
realism. personified. aAnd vet a man tof
,ee..iate.Ui(!;enc,. e lovee of mysterious ,
aoBJoets whose meat ing could not. he dis
, cerned, wh, the, 1-ick observatory teje-
6Cope. once said Xp n e:
'"''Whji my dear, fellow, that's only dog-
PfcVhapa' he wasT ght. But if so," then
Longfellow "Excel ior" is doggerel, ahd '
the "Inr Little Rl amfock" is doggerel,
npd lhe;$uanee Kher" is the yeriest rot!1
Whajye.'nepd ip America in my opinion, i
iafeiyerr,Sonnets- am more homelj aeuti
mencfejised'hi la iguagje as plain as' the ,
If V(e knew the woe an i heartache waitine for
tts rwn the tttad '
If oar HP coula taat the wormwoad; If our
ti !,backulU fepl t leJoad,
Would we Waste toda; iu wishing for a time '
that ne'ot'ewild tt? -
Wonlil w uaat-an woh impaticnu for oar
bU tccoiiifrn.i i sea- , . ,.,
Tin ve's the song c f the true -metal in
thattiKa, men and vomen. Howoanyof
us are tlgarati vel y kl. inline on the Battery
lookingOT the spars of our ships to rise
aboveThe "hOriiofiT We tjind and witih
and wait ItBd fdng foi fortune to sail in to I!
OT,t0rettrhgtnat the--richest fOrt,nri is.
not material success. The sentiment con
tmned in t im second I tanaa is deHpenad'.in,
Uwt.tWo iasL. whieh a e as foilnws:
IX we knew the ..baby t iters pressed .atfuiost ,
- ' the window pane
'Would-tee cold "and tiff toteorrow, "never
' taoubia,wBRaia . .t f m
Would ite biiUt pii ( f oar darling catch the
frown'uoon our biav ' '
WonHlfe fTritiT orroa frngcrs Vex na-the'ii as
-taeji do - . - '. n i
Ah, those little Ice cold nnger,hoW thef "eall
. ttieuran-tBOrles bao) ''
To t!nunft a-orijs-vini, actionstiwn along
'. ouf backward trac t. - it
Ho fTioSC ntie handa i emind ns, as'ro snowy
i s;mathey lie, r .j 1
-Jjatto MttM 'bi.ru-, b t rosqs, for our rcap-
Tlicv. cnues. I've committed m
lay.iue 'oo fhe gfi'tlf i on' of ' yoty cytif
nock me our witn
vour material 1ok :!
Btft vmt Mm saTelv ht a ftve-'dotlni l?old
piece agaiiisfn big nt appla'tiiacl'tiiijret1'
up nsain,uael.''sing tin t liltl.- souk, as well?
as":ri iooj- op.uuili permit, to ibohoy
4U)d, njr Iv'vrl . Anevr. f o to Sunday chflal.
Tve sungitjq a.euthe IraJ.to a '. great orjjan
cocomnariluifUt:'! vc's-tlui'lt at ari eaStTude
UiU.-ii;u.v in Hi.celuir in L);it Mnuir l"v
Ulimtreij .ujiUMg " utatwuva vouie-Ihttra.v-if
1i"t!ie.lpoir ii Asdnts showing' hie
kuuTi wpaMrr ns a Kiti mipnt oe gratejul
IfaaW Ha'artrumeut. W soohistH' cirl ;con-1
I vinea ift'ba it-does not MM 'tirTeB-i
of all ttrtugpwot tx avMKaiirt hoping
atv) vElft.l JrositMf a pre and rffnew piJrfple relating the M . I f i
dyqld cbjM4etinK joyfuliBsof a lir, stofiach j bowelaJtbCpugh the 1 1 & til I lr & Hf,.lti
ttv UiiJhvs Wnd rtgentBkind- nees. ft. ne discover Da. MWes' f f I J. MNI C, M3t J ,L '"'S I
x Afhi-T .-hiMTrWrWrtur- Pilft -speJuly ctre bilHous-Iss, bAi tlto, J&. . fllA JMl jL ' 01171 COldw?
nished a t.rmrhing incident, Fifth qy-
nue near TTfty Seventh" streeT one-afternoon
last week. . Hot h children wejsi girl-.
The ragged little girl went into ecsuit'cs
at tha sight ot-a costly "doU which the
other child was carrying. "Oh, mamma,
see that boot if til dolly-! that bootahilhjooti
tat ddltyV'shfe Cried, tugging at the skirts
of the haggard and thrnly clad woman at
her .stile. - The pretty child of fortune
heardlhe eager cry jaf delightani! instant
ly her IMfeheart -swelled with generosity.
"Here, little jtirL"fibe said, "von mav
Jiavejthis.doUy; I have.gotjinuther. one at
bmft'r Ana-she pressed-the beautifuT toy
into me armset tarn poverty mite.
arisfocWt eSMSfttted; ".Vow, niatiimit, you
giWthe littrt glVl's Tnkrrtfna'sotrething,
and then we each will have done rtgood
deed." .Tba eyea of the rich womati and
the eyes of ithe .poor woman met and the
rich woman's sympathies were touched.
En an. .tlu r instant a compact green roll
was thrust iiito the poor woman's hand
with t lie tfefitle request, "Please accept
this for the children's sake." New York
I.igltt food Before Retiring.
The value of a light gruel or other food
taken just before retiring is not generally
appreciated, l'ct.ple who eujoy a mght
supper ji re .quite apt todoit surreptitiously,
as if they were doing something which was
not u,uite ,pr. ! from a hygienic, point ol
view. As a matter of fact, lumcvu, when
the powers of the body have been tax est be
yond the usual hours of retiring food is
necessary. It should upi be heavy food, of
course, such, as w.ijl ji,uduce restlessness or
a leaden sleep full of unhappy nightmares,
but lii-'ht, wiioUfnuno food taken just be
fore .retiring. .This is a, very excellent
thing for women of a delicate, nervous
physique, who are inclined to sleeplessness.
A. bowl, of oatmeal gruel, delicately made
of balf;mjlk, a glass of hot milk or of
warm clam bpotb, or of .almost any other
light broth, will often bring a night of
sleep and, sweet dream- when nothing else
will. A great many people who e.a spar
ingly-at their meals xuqn ire such .food as
this before they retire, and require also a
cup of coffee before they rise in the. uiqrn
ing. Hie: -net etra food will, do mor$ to
build, up their strength thaua-doen t..u.es.
A great deal of sleepleamess is. said, by
phy.sjt ians to he, caused, by an unconscious
craving for. fotid, which n light hrot'h at
bedtime will satisfy. New York. Tribune.
Comfort, and lacomra.
The comforts of life, at the rate they are
increasing, bid fair to bury us oon, as
Tarpeia was burietl under Uie .shields of
her friends the .Sa bines. Mr. Ilamerton,
in apeaking of the increa.se of comfort in
KnKland, fcrroans at the :'trying. , strain of
expense to whicli our extremely hit;li
standard of living subjects all except the
rich." It makes each individual of us
very coctly to keip. and constantly tompts
.people to eonci'iitnite on the maintenance
of . fewer iu.'liv idii Us tneaus that would in
simpler Utiles be divided anions many.
"My grandfather.,7' said a saodem the
other ihiy, "left jfjOffiM, lie n consid
ereil a rich man in those days: but', dear
me, he stippni'tivi fburor five Mmtliek all
his neetly rettificaiM and all irvy prand-mmlK-r'B."
Think of an income of 610.000 a year be
Mt&WQWWl to such a starain, and providing
suitably for a rich man' .large family in kr!
(he bargain: It wouldn't go so far uow.M
ami y-t most of the reasonable inecesaariesit i
of life cost, less today than they did two
fe. urian.ina uei. L(ie tiuiereiice s vnat we
need so very m iuy comforts that were not
invented inourgrauUlatlier's time. Scrib
nc.r's. j ... ., .. '. ., . ,'
rn il merits to the Living.
V isitors to nodlawn cemetery
struck by the fiK't I hat scores of living i
'pie have- caused to be erected in that gi
city OT the dead m. inumo.nts to t hemselves
Wiiicl'i will probably out hist the builders
huudreilsufyearv Paipilv' inontnnentsliave
of course rx-ttti. common for ean, aiid these
RiwaDgaga in beautiful Woodlawn, but
tin; -tones erected to the ini'mory of people
now in the flesh is a fasbiou which prevails
Linden plot a gnuiit'e shaft fietirs the haqie,
"Phtillne Ilan?' Tim-the 'former Casino
favorite jorenares for poSterrty. wheh she
shall have joined the 'silent majority. Aus
tin Cotbin, 'the ''railroad niagna't, is still
Verj robust, 'hut be has also erected a solid
monnmeiit to hims-lf. Others who have
talced Time by the forelock are William C
Whitney awl .Tosehh It. Choate. In all
nearly thirty nioriUmeiJts are" wafting to
...... n ... j , . i . t ui men auu u
women who still enjoy life in this InistlingHl
world. Isew York Advertiser. i f
Antiquity of lang Expression.
' ' Tn the book: Of Job appears eh Sentence,
"I am escaped with the skin of my teeth,"
which is -modernized "by the skin of my
teeth." and gives the idea of a narrow es
cape, wile SO cii .-e as to bejUSt by the Lille k
Jeas of the skin on .the teeth, which is so
thin that no microscpghit has yet, been able
to find it. "To cast in t he teeth" means
to tnro'w defiant reproaches or insults
spitefully, as one' would cast a storVe a't'the
exposed terth Of fi snarliiwr de. 'Tooth
and tiatl" deftote-stne-manner of an aecion
full of frenzied fury.typifiwl ytiting and
scratching, as when wo Ivllicerent cats
make the fur fly. Kansas City Star I
''Machinery Belts of Paper, P"
. A large teitablfshmehr ih MS"cbtintVy is
engaged trr mating belts of pkper that are
aid to be snperibi1 in some respects ed those
made ot leather. Thev in' (Mim 'M !-
'here more fcloselyto ttelftllleys'and'Kener-
re uu eioeniciij iu running, iney are
Wst adapted "roh heavrvlngljelts'.'and
are f6niLto lie rhuch fchearif than leather,
besides Vbertoticelu posrtlorr.'hlntifnS: un
ftr yorn oht.--'Kew'Yorf J6"urftM:"" .
- ,',BaYha'er,Wdl- ' '
We have It m U autbori ty of Sfir:3'.i C.
Rtxm that teGie.rmith iAlwdtiniet rained
on one occasion for over as hour wUien the
Sky wtu enure ly fr.-e from lm'sTfi -iu ihe
.Vaiiritiuaud other parts of tbjaauutlu-rn
hemisphere fjhis is not .a rare ocpurrence;
butln ETurbflj; it is, and tbe arefcst known
leugth of its duration wiS ten rnitmtes at
Constahtinop.le.Alfthe tear Round.
1.AntyT7.Wh'e"re is that, 'pretty dofl "Jott
had when I wiis here last? t ' .
Little Girl It's goue dietf of th'e'grip.
- ?Tb cP-dtf" ! - :- . tuyim 3 3 "
"Yes'm babyVgrip." Good News. '
m l. - iii ; . j tfS
TwWSdats' WKIi,a Etc
";Hd(fx) rlrmfierfl-Slie' hiltr'rhe- r she
-woiFti'liiH m- so c. n. I and distant.. ''fi
:iab(tSJ'4il!iaH) ii He doeu t Wrtilacme
Ok'" Vnu,.ar me nwulitii t s, t jwy off m
oorner like trfit. New York Weekly.
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un-
e q u ftTlea TOT" " BrehT " women," CTifnren.
Smallest, mildest., surest ' 50 doses 25
cents. Sam pies free at Hart z ' & Bahn -
fV Family Satisfied!
Read What Mr- and Mrs. Burklnnd
Have to Say in Regard to Their
-di In Volino for thl
s suffer rrom cauvrtuin di uft
Infitutf with my wife, ami nfi
e.'coiul tremtmeni I felt better. Within a vreek I
had a IftrfCC Mih-tanre rcnn ved from my t-ar- and
I could Ln mediate!? hear. I can hearm ire'l
! i nearly well, at d 1 have rot treated one month.
I My ejea oald run wa er for the past four or Bvg
y are Taey are now well. 1 am 73 years oM
nit am emi toyea uj itm noune rio .uonipany.
Mrs. John Burklnnd, cor. SOth st. and 6th ave
"I have had catarrh for a nnniber of years, and
my sjmptoniswere those of orolnarv catarrh. Mv
, ...A .V. . 1 .1 .;:;,',. - TUn.lt
severe headachuf.d'tii t-itfii;;4flid ixizt.n. fciH' I
in my ears. 1 pttv? Yafl, 4TflU: he4jHdii'cfrlit.J
lll.pt .11, ,1 iLll w WH HUEU1U. - A Ul. ,
past six years, noweia were in Dan snape aim aiyo
mv stoiriich 1 now.feel well with one monfhs
t. I caii alKall riKhK wy etmIarMM
nd I flvre nnriore
Tnyself unUBuslianil con hearti.y rccom-
thie fai tilfc' oltlid scon Me.l cal 'ne'.itnte to
'.ia e.iatwlaM-ey CSimot cure you they
viill frankly tell yon so."
It -hotild take from two to four months of
reculartr.it tnenttocure catirrh, cormencin-? at
a favorable season of the year. HMIenta tronh'ed
with catarrh taking trea mi nt under the above
i ondttior.s wfco ire not cned in that enpth of
t ine will he TUKATED TH EltKAKl ER K If E E
'11 Vln irli dstl IrjaUl nWf
rate of $. a m. nth. mcd eiset fiee. For iff 1
other dir.ee s i he rites will below and uniform
i tMirrt ,.i to the actual i.irt of the medi-
Hi crd will only hold coo l up to
only 3. lstr.'
riES: Catarrh, E,e. Esr,
ose, Ihroat. Luntrs anil all torrcs oi
t'bronic Diseases, no matter how loDg
stindinj. No cise taken where there is
anv doubt of a complete cure.
Special a'tention given to tliseases of
women and children
SCOTT MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Oflice Hour- !) to n a: m ".. 4 to 4 p ni.. ' to S p.
in Kooins 3 ami t ltyan I1 ck, over B. Hon stor
romaBS.-ftaB and Br.uly streets. NoofhVe bo
And a Full Stock otall
Kinds 'W 8fflw3m
W. TREFZ & CO.,
, - . . ' .
A aeries of Six Concerts will be clven by
ritur . u'itu'm mi.n aki bam
Taae Elm street electric cars direct to grcandg.
E. OTTO. Manager.
VIGOR OF MEN
fftkBCU, Nervimsu. .a, , t y. and All
the train of evili from early errorao. later excesses.
omn arkl- ifcHtTr? trfe-erMkT esfasH
methods. Immediate tmpruvement seen. Failure
impoastble. 2.0UO references. Beok. expiauaUoa
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"1 li (jlivrfil lr, Moline for th i lalt SB years .lal I
hare heii a stiffen' rjfrom rata rlititV dl a'ov-s fi ;
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as si vnnncci n bbbbbs
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MVH the unnaturml durhargt and J v
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ST Sebilitatinr weakness DeculUu ( (.CTl Gfl1
Mm womi.ti. It cures In a lew
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ana pruors msneo tseaieai rree. aaaress
Rll MKOtCAL CO . Ur FALO, N. ?
NX?AmMK & Go. Chicago,
ASK YOyR fjQpER fQR IT
Hat jnet rexivail a largZLvWaiif the-fcteet IniwiieD'' be limeftiepiii e
Snltlnss. which he is celling at JjS.OO and up. His line of ovetcoatings imk
c.v v-uieage. a very nne line 01 pants,
and make our selection while the stock is
OLD GUARD HAND
Only S2.50 Per Cation
J. X. IJIJvOJN
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
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r .'.)0 oj 'o Allow &wmoim$
C. J. W.
1121 and IIS! Fonnh avenne.
Plane and specifications fnrniehed on all clasart rtt
Sliding Bltade, somcthir,BE tyipnfliriWe7 X - FI
ANALYTIC AND DISPENCING
-Will bejocated on Fif,t
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I A.! k:nds of Cut Flowers constantly on band.
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St.
and Seventh Avenue,
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ory Mas who would
Recreal and the New
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by Jjuteli- Free, in
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FOR CATAUXJUKS ADDRESS
mt j t y
wtnch he Is fellirg at $6.00 ai
np. tail tariy
etnd 13 ui Icier.
Residence 1U FoortbssTenne.
rnished on all classrt HT Ssnrft :Tlrve.TiVi i' jrnfSlriri'trS'! , ,
tythird streat on or before A u .-'
1803 Second Avenue.
the Brady Street
I Street. Davtnjm:
si: k'.ne I
know the GBA ntfEBjtte iFtotn ''-tto
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