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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1892.
iUd Daily aad Weekly at lsi 8ond
Avenue, Rock Inland. 111.
J. W. Potter,
w. jr.-. uhiuuI) niuj aw.w
Al communications of a critical r arsram.nW
aeter, political or religion, moat have
.. tth" for publication. s.ch
amiin will he printed over uetitkons stfnararss
Anwyaaous communications not noticed.
TfibAT. NOTAMBHB 15. 18M.
W would have been all right but for
that Liberal Republican Idea early in the
ampaign. We were too generous alto
geUer. Many republicans.
Kbitk Constitution TjjoDocr&t: Hon.
Truman Planti made & truly brilliant
SM in tie Eleventh district of Illinois
and deserves well of his party. Eis
friends are now talking about him in
connection with the c.fflce of railway
and warehouse commissioner, which is
an appointive one. No better nor more
ompetent man cou'd be selected for the
place. His spletdid legal attainments
and strength of mind fully qualify him
for the office. Governor Altgeld could
1191 do belter than to favor Mr. Pi&ntz
with the honor if be desires it.
The Fifty-third Conjrrest. '
There is no doubt of the fact that the
democrats will have more than 80 major
ity in the next house of representatives
ver both republicans ard futionist.
That end of the capitol is solid for tariff
reform and against force bill legislation.
The senate at prew nt is made up of 39
democrats, 2 independents and 47 repub
licans. The terms of 29 senators, or one
third of the body, expires on the 4th ot
Marsh text. Of these 11 are democrats
and 18 republicans. The democrats hold
all their vacancies, wni'e of the 18
republican senators retiring demo
crats will succeed in New York
and Wisconsin and probably California.
They are certain of 41 and probably 42
after the 4ih of March. Wyoming and
Nebraska legislatures seem to be anti
repablican and may send democrats.
At any rate the next senate will be de
cidedly anti-high tar ff and anti-force
bill. The 41 democrats will be reinforced
by Senators Peffer, Kyle an I Stewart on
both these issues and if Wyoming sends
a democrat they will have a clean ma
jority . If it does not there will be a tie
and Tice President Steveneon will use
bis vote in the way that will do the most
feed for the country.
The Democratic Praia.
H alieaal Democrat.
As the smoke of the political battle
rolle away, revealing victory far-reach
iat and complete, it is evident that the
tost potent factors were the democratic
Te these faithful watchmen on the
towers, to these guardians of the peo
ple's rights, their counselors and friends
The National Democrat extends greet
ings and congratulations. With bril
liant minds that scintillated with epi
grams, and with logic intrenched be
hind incontrovertible facts, (hey poured
the telling fire of sound reasoning into
the ranks of the allied enemies of the
people. Day by day they trained their
trenchant pens upon ths ranks cf the
plutocrats, the autocrats and monopolists
and today tbey see the hosts of the Q. O.
A. routed and s ept eff the earth. In
season and out of season, ever and un
ceasing, the democratic press has carried
on a campaign of education and aggres
sion against the oppressors and robbers
of the people.
It is a campaign committee ever on
duty in the lull of current events or in
the forefront of the hottest of political
All honor to the democratic press.
The State Legislature,
The state legislature will have a demo
eratic majority in both bra '.cues and a
democratic governor to approve their
work. Next to the repeal of the Ed
wards school Jaw, to which thev are in
ionor and duty committed, their most
important task will be the reapportion
ment of the congressional districts Illi
Bois is entitled to two additional con
gressmen, and the state must be divided
to admit them. This aDDortionmeot will
presumably Flast for 10 years. There
should be no attempt to gerrymander to
obtain undue partisan advantage. Let
the division be natural and according to
population. The republicans herded all
abaped and inconvenient Twelfth
Jl." a. V . .
oiBinci. iei me democrats do fairer
and better work and they wi 1 be en
titled to praise from all men Tn bmi.
lators will also red is trim the divisions of
its own membership. The representative
aad senatorial dtatrirta am
apportioned. Inthis Adims county has
small codcern, as she will be a district by
herself anvhow. The fourth task of the
legislature will be to fix the judicial ap
The present lerialatum wilt ha nntk
rag to do with the election of a United
States senator. The term of Senator Cul
lom expires in 1895 and Senator Pal
mer's In 1897. Therefore it will be nec
essary to secure another democratic legis
lature two years hence, unless Senator
Palmer's constitutional amendment pro
viding for the election, of United Slates
senators by popular vote shall heva
passed in the meantime.
A woman's beauty is never lost
So long as her sweet smile remains
Bo long as gleam her teeth like frost,
And her soft lip the ruby stains;
And SOZODONT, with magic power,
Bestows on ber this priceless dower.
FOR USE OF FARMERS.
A PROJECT TO SUPPLANT HORSES
8Y ELECTRIC POWER.
Think of lto'.ng All the Heavy Work with
. Electricity Lighting the House Even.
A Trailer Syateot That la Yet laeom
let The Idea la Oooil.
Elect rical engineers have been at work
for several yours lo devise a feasible plan
for using aWirtcfty as a power on ct ontry
roods and farms. There fa a (Treat economic
loan through the wastefulness of th cus
tomary source of power on farms r uriDjr
harvesting and thrashing, and much more
in transportation over country roads to and
from the market. In tfce east this lose is
not so great, because the quantity of farm
products shipped is less in proport ion to
tho whole amount raised, and the railroad
station is usually much nearer at hand;
also the roads of the east are better, but
tho plan of power supply which several
electrical engineers favor might prove de
sirable in tk east as well as in the west.
Essential to the success of this plan in any
neighborhood is the condition that there
should be on abundance of coal, or tt wa
ter head, and residents enough to make
tho cost of the plant per capita n jfc too
This plan is the rise cf electricitr as a
power to supplant horses. The electricians
figure oift that there is a waxfc every year
through the time lost in transportation
over country rcw'.s, wit h it-liiys and break
age of gear, and the er.-t ,f the niilli ns of
horses and wagons required, and u like
waste of power in other work about a
farm, which, if saved, would be more than
enonj-h to pay the amount of all taxes of
whatsoever nature borne by the fanners.
On every farm enough horses have lo be
kept the year round to do the work .t the
bnsiest seasons. This means that for a f e-.v
weeks of activity animals must be fe 1 and
cared for the entire year. The corn, oats
and hay which a horse eats in one i lonth
would buy enough coal in mot pa-ts of
the country to furnish more power than
the work of the animal in a year.
The reason that steam power is not sed
more on farms is that the plant eofcts too
much to begin with, and that theetrrent
expense of eneineers, firemen and mi'.ohin
tsts is so gTeat that the use of steam ma
chinery ot) small farms ut practically pro
hibited. On the big western wheat Vnrme
the use of steam has greatly diminished
the number of horses required, and kteara
power is profitable there because of the size
of the estates and the concentniro of
The development of the trolley a) stem
on a cheap and extensive seals is whet cer
tain electrical engineers are iw we-king
The plant required would consist of only
a water wheel and a dynamo supplying the
power directly to the wires, and one alec
trician couid look after several p ants.
The son of some farmer in the neighbor
hood oonld soon learn enough to take aare
of the plant, and to ron it would not take
all of his time. The power is transmitted
readily over the wires, so that a plant may
be erected at some distance from the places
it is intended to supply.
fn parts of the county where the water
supply is deficient or eoal is very heap
steam might he used as a substitute for
water in running the dynamo. It vould
be less economical, because the original
cost of the steam plant would be greater
and it would require constant attend uice.
The power house, with engines and toilers,
would require almost constant sure, while
a turbine wheel properly set need to be
looked after only occasionally.
After the plant and power are seeau-ed it
is proposed to run a power wire oithe
main road through the neighboi hood
which contributes to the expense. la case
there la a turnpike the wire would bn run
over that, or, if there is not, over the main
road, whatever it may be. Branches
could be run from it in as many places as
the benefit would warrant. With the i heap
converters now in use this power could be
largely utilized to the exclusion of horses.
The trolley over the main road, with one
of the traction wagons now frequently
found in the west, would do all the haul
ing for the neighborhood. It would require
no change in the construction of the farm
wagons, for they could be loaded :ts now
and picked np along the road by the trac
tion wagon. The only limit to the nu nber
of wagons that might be. taken in one .rain
would be the power and the strength of
the hauling machinery.
All t he farmer need do would be tr have
his load made up in the morning, s now,
and then to stay at home and do his n ;y'a
work while the wagon was being tak ;u to
town in theelectrical wagon train. Should
it be necessary for him to goto town to
see about the unloading he could take his
trotter and road wagon and cover the dis
tance in a small fraction of the time that
it would take him to drive it witt his
heavy wagon. There would also ba no
limit to the load which he could ship at
onetime, except the capacity of his wagon.
The economies might bo further extended
by the general ownership of a few wa;,-ons,
which could be used by a number of farm
ers for shipment on different days.
The advantages of such a system are ob
vious. They would do away almost, en
tirely with the horses now needed to arry
the farm produce to market, fewer wagons
would be required, and time for the farmer
and bis hands would be saved. Shipments
could be made more quickly and in gntater
quantities. The use of the power froni the
trolley wire need not be limited to traction
on the road. The wire could be tappe 1 for
every farm, and the power used for general
farm purposes. The mowing machines
could be drawn by electricity instead of
horses. The thrashing could be done with
out the use of a traveling steam en sine,
with its expense for fuel and attend ints.
The gang plows, which now requ re a
steam engine or four to six horses, could
be easily managed by electricity, and all
the plowing done more rapidly and with
much less expenditure of labor. Even but
ter could be churned by electricity, and
the drudgery of farm work generally re
duced. New York Sun.
A Common Experience.
A dentist who had become nervous by
frequent burglaries in his vicinity was
somewhat startled by having a man come
regularly at the same hour every eve ning
and sit on his doorstep. He finally sug
gested that, if it would be all the same to
him, be would be pleased to have him d ivide
his attention and sit on some neighbor's
doorstep for awhile.
"Hut it wouldn't be the same," she uted
the visitor in return, "nor anything like it.
You are a dentist, and I have an aching 1 ooth
that I haven't the courage to have p died
out. I come here every evening tryir g to
makeup my mind to have it out, and as
soon ns 1 come in sight of your hot se it
stops aching, and as soon as I sit on your
doorstep and the confounded thing knows
It can be pulled out if it gives me trcuble
f have some reet. "--IJxohange,
Old and New Style of Reckoning Dates.
Under what is called the old style the
Julian calender assumed the length of the
solar year to be 365X days, whereas it was
eleven minutes and a few seconds less. This
annual error accumulated as years rolled
on sod began to be fully recognised about
tbe beginning of the Sixteenth century.
The Gregorian calendar, or new style of
writing dates, was first introduced In the
year 1SS2, and ten days were then struck
out of the calendar. Other regulations
were also made, namely, that one day more
should tie dropped in each hundredth year
which was not a fourth hundredth fitter
1683. In England tie old style was directed
to be discontinued and the new style intro
duced in the year 1753.
The change of style was effected in the j
following manner in September, 1752: 1
171 Ji V T 1- Jl & t
iwk'cii yojo uciuj ,uq uiuereiKH oetiweeu
dates written according to the two styles,
old and new, the day after Wednesday,
Sept. 2, 1752, was called Thursday, Sept.
14, 1753, omitting the 3d to the 13th, both
inclusive. A careful reading of the article
on "Calendar" in any encyclopedia will
assist the reader and student to a fair com
prehension of the old style and new style
differences, and why. Brooklyn Eagle.
Why Many Children Are One Sided.
It is a well known physiological law that
the use of a muscle causes an increase in
its size, while neglect causes it to become
The steady use of the same arm in carry
ing a set of heavy books to and from school,
the propping of one arm on a table, or the
excessive use of one arm or leg and the dis
use of tbe other each such habit slowly
but surely brings about its own result, un
less constant effort be made to counter
The growing age is more subject than
any other to such influences, but every age
fe directly and powerfully influenced by
any occupation or habit which tends to the
exclusive exercise of certain muscles, or to
the habitual taking of a certain posture.
Why She Lout Interest In Him.
They were watching the balloon go up
and he was telling her about the various
srank aeronauts, including those couples
who for the sake of notoriety are married
in balloons and sail away.
"I don't think I'd like to get married in
a balloon," she said softly.
"Xo," he assented thoughtfully, "there's
too much risk iu it plain, without j;oit)i;
out of cue's way to nd frills," and aft r
thnt she seemed to be less interested in
him. Detroit Free Press.
kukes child birth easy.
Colvin, L&, Dec. 2, 1S83. My wife used
HOTHEB'8 FRIEND beforo her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price. $1.00 per bot
tle. Look " To Mother " mailed ticc.
BRAOFIELD REGULATOR CO
for aata; av kuaaucaim. ATLANTA, GA
SID BT SABTA 3ABN8EH
One of the Most Successful as
His Many Visits to th
City has Proven.
iiiv v j- ii -ja
DR. D. 0.. FBUTH,
Late Surgean in tbe Prov;de:it Medical Dispen-
eary of New York.
Wbo rss creatrd snch a sc-nsation in and amnnd
Chicago by curing r iseases that almost bafflt-d the
meaic&i ria:ernity or the country.
Dr. Frn-b is President of the Fmth M"diRl
Co. , and member of the lrtcrnat'nnal Association
oi KTpert ypoci.-i'la s. He will visit
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16tb.
Returning nei month to remit c tn day faring
the vrar. j
Tr. Trath has been connected w'th the Urges'
nospiuu in toe country, ana nss no sopenor in
diagnosing ai d treating diseases and d furmities.
He will give $50 (or any rase that he can not
tell the Men-e and wfcere located In Are min
utca. Be will return to Rock Islan 1 every month
thin year to remain to daya.
Irtalt all tumble Htdkal and Surreal dirae,
acute and chronic catarrh, diita lfthe Eye, Ear,
None, 'lhrnat and Lvnrn. Ityeptfutia, hright'i
JHeeant, IHaleUt, Kidney; Lirer, I ladder.
Chronic Female ana Sexual 1ieennee,
Epilepsy o Fits con d A pomtivf rnarante.
YOUNG ANO MIDDLE-ACJED MEN
Bnffer'ng from sprma!orrhei and im potency as
the result of retf-nlmse .n y mlfi or xre s in ma
ture years and other caai-s, producing rotte of the
following effccis as emision. Motchea, debility,
rervonncss, dizincBs, confuiion of ldas. aver
sion to loe'ety. defective memory, and trexual tx
banrttoo. which unlit the vict' n:s tor bnsir.ess or
marrlaEre, are permincntly cared by remidies not
BI OOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
Syphilis and romnl n.tioria.us poar throat falling
of fie hair, pain in tbe bones, ernpetons etc , are
areperfecl'y er.idicated w th out nsine mercury or
or other ju-loua drugs. Oo K-rrhoea, gleet,
atricur and 1' nrinary and kidney troubles are
speedily cured by tn atment that lias never failed.
Be undertakes no incurable rases, but caret
thonsanna given ui. to die. Remember the date
and oome early, as bis m tr are always crowded
wherever be stops. ONSULTAlIoN FKBB.
t3f"Cses and correspondence confident , and
treatment sent by express with full dir. et ns for
use, but personal consultation preferred
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THS TBaTELEKS GUIDE.
CHICAGO, BOCK IHLAND 3b PAClriO KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth nvenne and Thirty
Irst street. Frank H. Plcmmer, agent.
Council Bluffe A Mirmeeo-
ta Dav JBxprese f 11 K am
KBDaag inty Day Bxpreps... h 0:87pm
itkuihiuii oaicpi ........ I 1)0
Councils tafia A Minneso- l
v- ep. f a 7:40 am
Omaha and Denver Verti- if
bale fcxpree i , t.44 am
T :35 pm
aniw :hv Limited . . It i-ia ,m
StnartRoca.lal.iDd KipreH 5.:40pml 9:i0am
iaily. itoing eaot. t.in)i west
BDRIJNOTON KOCTJt-C., B. Q. RAIL
way-Depot First avenue and Sixteenth et.
V.J. YonoK. aaent.
TRAtSj. tAl. AaMVj
t. Louie Express tt :40 am a :40 am
St. loaie Bxprese... 1:8! pm 1:H pm
3U Panl Bxpreaa 8:46 pm ,7:Mara
Heard irtoaro Passenger 8:68 pm 10:88 am
Way Frelcht (Monmouth)... 8:00 am 1:50pm
sterling Psaaeneer ?:&6an 6:40 pm
H I Paul Express B:S0am 8:46 pm
Sterling Freight 11 :l am 10:80 am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine Southwestern Division De
;nit Twentieth street, between First and Second
tvepne, B. D. W. Hclraea. agent.
TRAINS. LaAVfc Abbivs.
oii ted tvxpreae 7To6li t Tf) pm
it. Fanl Bxpreea 3:' 0 am ll:4j am
?t. & Accommodation...... V:4inn. 6:10pm
Ml ISLAND PEORIA HAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth street. P.
i.'-. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAIN'S. Lav. ABrnva.
ia!l BxproHB 8:06 am 7:('Bpni
gxprcss 2 :!W pm 1 :2ft pm
na!ie Accommodation 9:10 am 3:00 pm
JJ " 4:P0pm 8:05 arc
MOOT DrRSCT BOUTB to thb
East. South and Southeast
Lv. Rock Island.
9 :38 am
St. Ionia ... .
1 :15 pm
4 -0t pm
6 :55 pm
1 "i am
7'SO i m
7 :86 am
7 :40 am
111 :C0 pm
Lv. Peorw .
Ar. Rock Islact.
.. 110:10 uml 8:50 pm
iccommortAtiot trams leave Ko k la'and at
IIOa. m. and 6.20 p. m; arnve at Peoria 3:EO p.
m. and 1:15 a.m. leave Pcojia :P0 a. m. and
7 -15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4.00 p. m. ard 1 :S5
All trains rnn daily except Sunday.
All passerger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cbaircaron Past Express between Bock
Is'ond and Peoria, botb dlreellona.
Through tickets to all points ; baggage cnecked
through to destination.
lo an am
S 40 nm
Lv. Rock Island.
I Acrom. (Accom.
7.00 am 1.45 pm
7.55 ami 3.00 pm
" Rock Island.
H. a. SUDLOW,
WiACQallnO WITH TOE SEOMMW OF THIS COUNTRY MU 0BT
Ml'ai OAScE MFORMATON FROM A STUDY OF THIS HU Of THE
CMGciEO, Eoci Islantl & Pacific Ry,
The Direct Rout to and from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa.
Peorta, La Salle. Mollne, Rock Island, In ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Otttnowo, Oakalocea, Dea
Moines, Winteraet, Audubon, Harlaa and Oonndl
BluQa, in IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIN
NESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA ;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbary and Nelson, in NEBRASKA;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Horton, Tnpeka, Hutchinson,
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS; Kingfisher. El Reno ar.d llinco, in INDIAN
TEP.GITOfiY; Denver. Cblorado Springs and Pueblo,
tn COLORADO. Triversea new areas of rich mnnlnf
and grazing lands, affording the best faculties of Inter
communication to all towns and cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Ckicago aad to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES. COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA aad via ST. JOSEPH.
First- Class Day Coaches, FREE P-RCUNIKG CHAIfi
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car 8ervh
Ckwconneoiionsat Denver and Mnv sm u
aivergieg taHway Bnea, now lormtnc na new and
TRAMS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Ovev which aiiiMat,l ,.fcii. ,a - - . ..
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANQB to and from BaH
- ' K' mia bbb aasna. THE ROCK
ISLAND la also the Direst an Favorite Una to and
Cmn r'fat0m' me" Tkk ! aD other sniitwy and
" ..uuutDo mmiiaMmrtsIri Uolorada
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Josenfa and Tanaa
11 ' " vm ma ,m
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and tbe Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town, Sioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS and BT. PAUL,
""""K poinm norm ana norsuweea betw
the l&kaa and tl, xmM fvt
For Tickets, Mans, Folders, or desired InfbRnatioB
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office at the Dotted States
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN
I am a Trav'llng man ! I'll tell you of my plan.
In spite of all temptation
I pursue my old vocation,
f still a Trav'Iing man J A jolly Fairbank man !
For tie himself has said It,
And it's greatly to his credit.
That he Is a Trav'Iing rrua I That he Is a Fairbank man f
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
Sold by Traveling men and Grocers Everywhere. Manufactured only b
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago, 111.
Patronize Home Industry and Protect the Labor of America
- MERRICK'S .SPOOL COTTON. -
It la Six Cord Soft Fir is h. I oil ceaeare, and is equally well adapted for Hand and Machin
Sewing. For sale bv
antfDrv tooi Hoaees generally.
MERRICK THREAD CCY205 Fifth Avenue. Chicago
INCORPORATED UNDBB THB STATS IAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daUy from 9a. to. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five porcect interest paid oa Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal. Oc)
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P. L. MITCHELL, Proa. f C. DKNKMANN, Vice-Pres. J. M. B0FOHD, Oasul.i.
1. Kitcbell, B. P. Eeynolde, F. c. Denkmann. John Crohangh. E. P. Hnh.
PhU MitcheU, L. Stmon, K. W. Hnrst, J. M. Bnord.
Jaoko HraeT, Solicitors,
Began business inly 8, 180, and ocenpT tbe southeast corner of Mitchell LjEde' ttw
Is acw located ia hie aw shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
tyLight shoes a specialty. CppoMte the Old fUud
Manafactnrerof all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gent's Fine Shoes a specialty. Rtrfngdone neaUy and promptly.
A shsre of yonr patronage respectfully sc.icited.
1818 Second Avnnne,' Eock Island, 111.
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
5 AND IO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Glassware and Wooden
MBS. C. BIITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
sions, N-rroniiwa. laitude.all tlraina ami loss of power t
,,l,JV,.etther"f5tc"""e', or overexertion, youthful en
uaeof tohaooo. ouium ,r atitnul.nt. .(..,. ... :. , . .
..h. .T i i.W y ri"
noroBB jan irm muxo.
or reaiwl the monrs.
For sale in Rock island by Harti
IMfM iSu RkTlAMM saa kllKU.A
ruil 11 arvt . L a.
EViS " r . riilt trtj. sitls, ttMh.
rilll?- """"S than tn lit KVtH am lOOHOrx sraHtent.
EflT' earrrat ..It l..;.i),( r wr forlalt a&.OOO ta. aaaa..
22.H?Zm?Trl C"N a.aa. . mtaaaa.r-7lBFJIS'0IPin-
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TIMBERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
1803 Second Avenue.
I Nerve Seeds,
I tbe wonderful remedy
... I . . . .. H M.tte
rnr. .11 .,..... '?. .'"'.. 1. "
of tbe UeneratKa
erm- a. or exoeaai'a
. woicn noon lead lo InnrmitT.Conauinp-
nP ""'enlent u. carry in vet poctc-t. 1 -r part-
Circular free. A ddress A'arwc K.rri t." . rhirac 111.
& Bshnsen. 8d Ave. and 20th street.
Dr. Senison's Reliable Eeracdy. Famous every
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