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tiOfl' j;Di.U dm tA it.
Uverful looa properties.
rapidly creates healthy flesh
fU3! develop only when the
Xolhiu? in the nvrld
memrirs to lift, fliy-
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tr a--. :;!.: 1 thilRyaa Bloc, Corner
n! Baty tret, Davenport, Iowa.
.1 nf th. Wadinir Mil -u
I T.a"i rhmnle dUeem.
caa. Alt tilt-alB r ted ar wekome-
(ATAKKH. tiikoat and lungs.
!JF.ASF. OF THE DIGES
WIU'CTV AND rRISAKT ImhlM wji.
SaKWfs DISEASE The mm a rraveted
w t:ili It " renaaaomly cared by ear
U1ME Art LKTkli will freer melt at-
m torr, fai-lllt. aa
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ElfaW A9IKIM dlre.wa.all foabiea arte
arfma lapm -' i irrofalt. in nam, lum.
war:., aicvrp, rr.
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Utait INacaM, Sptlrpn,
tLfcTK'fiTv atd m sctnmnc AP.
" ta.aiira ruanwtuny fcy ktWr or a
n4 4 rrait for qantiaa aiaak.
DBS. A5DBK90K KOSK.
Kraa Uoc. Dmbboiv Iowa.
? tley eut of Nanreth.
lwtolioi.t T.Vor, H m
A poiat tf roidlriU
l??--'0?t wiuont earre aW th-
Pfeattaral and commercial
Which thataecllon abounds.
11 Will COfit VAtl
t.r..l ' ""nuns "'! will
cooKh cld, or any trouble with
xZ i5 St or ,unS''- Dr- Ki-'.
conph. or cold is Rnarantoed to rit
relM-r. or money will be paid
fnfferers from I. prippe found it jst
the thing and under its use had a
peedy and perfect recoverr. Try a
hample bottle at our expW and
Icara for vour-lr in.t u..... .
thinir It in. Tri.l tw.it i. r
, ' ... -..-.-..vwciirrii nam
S. H. Ciifford. New I'uil,. v;-
w troubled with neuralgia and
, " Bwuiacn was dis
ordered, his liver wa affected to an
and he was terribiv reduo-d in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard, Harrisburg, 111.,
""""ning sore on his leg of
eight years' standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boses of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
o ana well. John
Spcarer,CaUwba,Ohio,had five lar-e
fever sores on his 1t irwt -;. u
. PIU u f-
.iiui.uic. une uotue Electric
Bitters and am Iim i.- :
' "uv.ii j p ai lilt a
salve cured him entirely. Sold bv
Hartx Ullemever's drug store.
ovvmua-a AKX1CA SALVE.
The beat nlnla tt.m-u -
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and positively cures piles or
MA wa ! i 1 1 T. 1 f. f .
i iiiuni. it is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 rents per box.
For sale by Harts Ullcmever
ssillsfcaw, waart to aay
w la m reform ta eirilisaUoa that
U U." Oorrts,
AU that ever easaa was froaa revolv
Uoa. Ms. Hallam and Xr. AUiaoa,
o i pwkapa the beat writer oa
KiCUah law, aaya that the comaaoa
lw of Ea-Iaad, wiU this ehaaeery
PPea4are, ia tae vilat eoda ever iat
V0" Poa hamaaity. It aeeau as if
we la this oBtry follow the trecepta
t that am. robber.
t aajtcUaaooioas creatare, sir
Matthew Hale, aad do not kaow. evea
wt whether we want to cross tha
otmtry w a ao-ealled prairie schooner
or a palace ear.
Vou lawyers come into court aad
k judra to decide eases dealiac
J the richts of aMdera maaieipal
bodies or the riffhts of corpora tioaa by
that ancient law of the time of the im
perative Tudors, which has eon tinned
through the successive families of the.
rulers of Great Britain. All due re
spect to the prince of Wales.
Take the case ot the womaa men
tioned by Dickens in 'Baroaby Eudge,
who merely entered a shop aad took a
piece of linen to look at it She was
arrested and hanged. They took the
baby from hCr breast Other eases
niight be mentioned of the learned
furies' and judges' actions, and the at
tempts of judges to declare that a
shnhng was only worth ten pence. It
Is from extracts from the old laws of
these times that the lawyers ask that
A case affecting the people of Chicago
be decided. Possibly Australia, which,
like Georgia and North Carolina, was
settled by people who had been trans
ported from England for sheep-stealing
or any other offense for which a
justice saw fit to impose a penalty,
is now too well settled to follow those
Id laws. We at this day seem to
want to shape our laws to these old
codes. Lord Chief Justice Coleridge,
whom you gentlemen entertained at a
dinner several years ago, derides the
law of the time of Pope and Uale."
' CA BfwraliaA tka Tri.lif
"What is that statue?" she asked.
as they passed through the art gal
lery. "I'm sure I've seen that gen
the god of the sea, you
Oh, of course. That is the rea
son ho is always represented as car
Tying an oyster fork, isn't it?"
Arsaaa the Wor d is Sight? Bays.
DU Jatos Verne erer tatak ttat his imafinarj
PnHeaForgwoa!dDeecliied by aa American
f rl, who onca aude the etrcait la lets tats kt.
eaty-iarct dartF Bat PhUew bad to take sec
d "joae?. The Cum or Dr. Ptercc't Unheal
Dwcorerj haa torn arooad the .world long ago,
and kft its record everywhere as a prcckma hooa
to ever nation, la the whole world of medi
cine, aothtag rqaab) h for tao cure of tcrof ula of
the langs (which is csasnmBtioa.) CoagM aad
brachial trouble soccosb to this rcnedy.aad
UM blood lOBUTtftfld h ft n- 41 -Tl mm-.i.
blotch are drives away. Doal be akrpUcal, a
ioi MtevwcuK ir jn'nnifra 10 terr pcn;bar
loa aatlv Ba fn thm nmrf mm. -
! Hit Ut that Will veU l-l tin's f; C!(S Hi i6- - ... . t-r uaui
nmmi mm aaarvrTiow pi i -rraiui3 l-Tet". is
Anal l".o-l.aiaL;cj: r. olaUon'.ji . Pooha Maoe hi aiscsder.
V . ' .t. ,1.7.1
wmm aaa amto seea-TMaaias MacMiam.
iada of stroaarlv and AraiUv boand books dailv. mf Aer aval aor !..?
HlsiBtuis of the asps what the porferted priatinc tiiiaais do fnr tbo news of the dav.
"xiaes nnw rannhai. tarniaa
Va-r.uw, that will do for tteTi
I i-nara nonka, boohs for the aUwary aad snpular works so rbaawnid that the choice volumes shall ba -jrithm , .v
aii SSSZTZTSSESJEL TZiSLSZZS Cxrf "d -tiauoo -. aad ttus, at uasUi erpenW, acquire
The Amto Book Concern
Okoaxlt n Vkpes tick I-awx rr New Jnasav.
WIAid lato laa.wW Hharn of f Kara, rail Paid aad Xoa-Jl iiasatli.
T l!ALTCAO. Es.. Kw Vork. rimT.
I F. F liH) LP. SMMniilanJjnl mt Cr.- f Vark
JOStPtl R. ttAWLEY. r. 5. Senator.
MWJtAL HALSTEAD, Caa., Vtee-Priafein Ciaoanati C
"LtS u CAMttCK. Esa.
REOiSTRARS OP STOCK:
fARnars loan and trust cotipany. New vork.
rtoa. J. J. INOALLS. F.X.-C. S. Senator.
w. a. atanvr. ee.
Haw. W. at. SPaWNaEat. Chairanit Rankina; and Finaa Coaaaih
Home of Rcpreacatainca. W astuaaTtoa. D. C.
1 Maw. atCNTQM JaaeaULLEW. Member of rm
B. F. OREEM, Cam., New Vork, StcrtUty.
WWTMKOP POND. Eaa.. New Vork. Trwm turn
Mcaars. CARTES'. tlUQHES KB&OOO, New York.
Arto norw Cmwraa haa farea
tme Avro Boos Taiaaaa
i V22i as the City of
1 J? ,nrm'rtrw wMbtho taw ca thaw Autotnatk- ataohiaea,
waa. iarhHlaa, aohool mmd aawaie booka, aad seH the
fTTUtlv Jwhrtiaaaaaaat - av Aa. a aV -
- - - "la arnwaii ajw I BBS MlUl.ai awiPaaaaarw) anwi saw
to the VmMaartoa Hand
The Companr will not sell or lease any of Ha mat-time within the
rnited ritatea, bat to the European book-raakint; rraft onlv.
Taa Auto Book Bimdkb aad tto Atrro Book Tu'n ar rta
at Irttfe expense. Jbey ars naarrela of abnDiicitr. The binder, anth
o rirla. picks ap printed sheets aad covers, and
Sdr aad aWaaoly bowad voimaea, weiVAer anonf
amohms iwfectly Borform their tasks, and are
as provnoag oooss, as VM perferted
eoaverts tlieni into
aor wind. These
aaaausauaiai aai iBBiaaBaBBBBBaa
atadeaU aad school teacher a
It is taut J to atwahia faanilaai
wrth Ubrarfaoa triffiaw oxpaawa and the beat carrant literature at
w ysikanara aad school books for toe children of tbo
' aad cheaper than oval boa been done.
S&zUzssnt of Earnings.
M ath the
'iliTa dn iLadli rwaaawMatalui 'aalh aTiai T flu, fi'"1
"iimrtant feature of the
- -I ammm flaruv
r.. " 1 to U Mid bv tha C wriiir tor tha
l t - .v.! L m AwoA I a nar, the Anto uooa ii
' ""."t.rP?"''1 oleotroty-o -" of the rwaarlajd Works
tj- wi . -"T as eaaa aad a-X. m II a saw of tosuami-iij .
Stockhcldsn Postal Supply Bureau.
of the Coaapaay is the BwaouHur txiarAt imjpplt Bnttar.
of au otmn tmoumM, ,memrmfor ttodckoldm Jhe
: eaMaloguct amtaimng tae
Aaeetof aaMifaonoi dteeovaf.
mm on tAe yearfa
rilOtwr abarr). All mtoek mil be iaawnf rVgnn:f mWiio. tj.
Wrkaaera aacar mo atrasaaf liability. TtorwaMininK Sbock i ae
tainod by the veastom, aait i i iililtn assail i laraa jaaiuiam
v-n'. '.: omr?Vact.omforocko(koldeT4n the twreAoae
,.. '; .I"'" ctlseowa, tmymg from SS to OOper tent. moaoiaerm trw w ce wmppnea m
' " VoA, (aaa tiHdina tame CISOCUNT UVtOENOS. U ockfiioa fo the Camk Dtndend, m the
T -i imSv Vj
J""1 - Cw-CTaf c - to
-" easa t laaa aff f "1 to I
1 Li'-aaiywwrUe- - U f
toswkO twtrwnFSOP PONT. wasaiwtI.:3 Ai.T3 er-d
H. Kobinet, the iiUterate caadidata
or partiaaaent, who went aroaad
Paris blowing a hanUng hora la order
to call attentioa to his electoral pro
(ram, haa been nearly atoaed to death
la the IVocadero district, owing to the
max of which he waa made a victim
by a facetious printer. The eaadi
AtA, having resolved to go about aa
"Banaweea man," obtained two
boards aad commissioned a printer to
raaaseat them with aa wUboraU
political address ta tha laaweat tv.
The Camsnoaitor. UUni, aaauba.
of M. Bobiaet'a address, couching it
in me most aa pariiaaaentary langaag
ea at his com saand. It was, la fact,
composed of a tissue of the vilest la
aalts to the local electors, while the
canoiaate bimseii waa not snared bv
tae irrepressible hoaxer. Hardly had
- Kootact appeared ia public be
tween his boards than he waa followed
by a crowd of neonle. who th raj.nA
to lynch him. Some threw atonea at
the man, but he found a few
sympathizers, who evidentlv tie
through the joke and defended him.
A free n?ht raffed for-a few as
men ts around the candidate-h! fri.nta
and h'is foes energetically plying their
nsis ana tneir sticks, while Robinet
looked on, intensely amazed at the
tumult Ho was finallv extracted
from his perilous position bv the
police. Notwithstanding his adven
tures the victim of the nrintr'a hm
intends to continue his candidature.
and proposes to have faith in hia
chance of securing a seat ia the
Palais Bourbon, where he would be a
greater curiosity than the deputy in a
oiouse or the peasant politician from
THEY DISCOMFITED HIM.
Coald Xet ! a irt With a Sketek-
Bma aad Poaell.
Three decidedly attractive girls got
on a New York elevated train and im
mediately a score of masculine eyes
were leveled at them. The girls found
seats together and tried to appear un
concerned anI quite oblivious to the
pronounced advances for a flirtation
from two young- swells who sat oppo
site. But all their efforts to appear
At ease were unavailing-. The young
men persisted and the girls blushed
And looked npcomfortaolc.
r many one ot tae girls opened a
small sketch book on her lap, and thea
raising her eyes she gazed straight at
her admirer opposite, fie petted his
mustache and smiled. She made a few
strokes with her pencil in the sketch
book, but did not smile. When she
raised her eyes again he realized that
she was sketching him. The other
two girls waicbed the progress of the
sketch and giggled. This, with the
smiles of the other passengers, was
more than the subject of the sketch
could endure. He "crossed and re-
erossed his legs, pulled his hat dowa
until it touched his nose, and at last
rushed desperately into the next car.
When he had gone the girls closed the
unsoiled pages of the sketch book aad
laughingly threw away the bit of
pencil, which, w hen picked up by an
other passenger, proved to be quite
devoid of lead.
eZod tho Lwofclaa-Gtaea.
Who ever heard it said that the
looking-glass was first invented to
spite a pretty woman? And how
would it be passible to nit a vmau
by showing her a perfect reflection of
ner own dainty . sett' Well, accord
ing to Japanese mythology, the deity
presiding over the sun and furnishing
light to the world became infuriated
at some trifle and hid herself away ia
a cave, thus depriving humanity of a
very necessary element In order to
induce her to come .out the mirror
was invented and placed in the cave.
The beautiful goddess seeing another
beautiful goddess within those nar
row confines, immediately departed,
and the people took care that never
again should she enter the precincts
of a cave. And so the most valued of
woman's treasures was invented for
spite, but for what a different purpose
has it served.
r Manaaa Hair.
The most grewaome relic in the
United States, if not in the whole
wide world, ia in the possession of
Old Le Pier." a Mpanish Indian living
on the Wenachee river at the point of
ita junction with the Upper Columbia.
Old Le Pier's odd souvenir is nothing
more or less than a lasso, or lariat,
composed wholly of human hair. It is
over fifty feet in length and as varie
gated ia color as was the coat of
'Joseph of vld." The priests (none
but the mission clergy are ever allow
ed to even get sight of it) any that
not less than fifty women aad girls
aaaat have been scalped to farniah
material for this horrid rone, tha
black, brown, yellow, red aad rrav
hair being curiously and intricately
woven into tne rope that ia atroar
enough to bold aa ox, horse or buffalo.
M aaa tea MwaaHaoa.
A story of monster naoaauitoes cornea
from the Ocmulgee swamp. . Three
fishermen were camped out one nirht
recently when they were attacked by
a swarm of what appeared to be mos
quitoes in shape, hot which were aa
large aa hamming birds. The noise
made by them waa similar to that of
the mosquito, though considerably
louder. The fishermen finally boat
them off with sticks and bashes, bat
they made things lively for them for
Have von aav Uaa h aianb
ta.OM.O0a womld weight BeXereaoe la
AOTasadeto. ta oins4 minnar of
the realaa.n rlthaw molS n-a
in goM it wCl weigh fcOM noaavasaWi
f motion, if la aUvor AoJlara Us
weight wahe U.UI pria ,aohr
ntsia.jgo aoarr twaara' U gzi fiat
is Dr. fioMiel ntefcer MvacrlntioM for IaSiatta
eaae4C&lMrte. tA awaaatV aaaalfca At., TTlTTflfcfahi aVT
oUier Karoette cabctance. It is hornless MrtHnt
for Paresorie, Dropav Sootlitnc SyrapaaUal Oaatter KL
It is PleasaVBt. Its KaUtrantM is thirty yearn uaa
Ziiniou of MoCkcra, fintirria ilruli iijaTTsiis Aavf nllnjA
fevcriahafaa. Caetoriav prevents Tomitlna; Bosor Catrd,
eores Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria reUes
UetWn4: troablcs, cares constipatiou ,and flatiilenvefa
Castoria aasiaiilates the food, regulates the rtoisfh
aad bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Caa
toria Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. -
'Castoria la an ezoeCeat medicine for diib
diea. Mothers have repeatedly told mo of ita
good effect npoa their GUIdTa)."
Ba. Q. C. Oaoooa.
Uch I am acqoaJated, I hope the day is not
fa? distant wheaawUainwmooaaidsr the real
antereat of their childrea, aad am Caatoria in
stead ot the variDosejaack aostraanswhich are
aVuroIng their tared oaea. by forcaagoatom.
aMVphlns. seothlut ayrnp aad other hurtful
i oowa wear lavoaa, laercbr w-f;
Bai J. F. KnEcaaTAB, '
Caatoria b so well adaptedtochfldroaaaBa
I recommend A at laaui tut-toaay fraawtaSmn
kaowa to an,''
H. A. Aacama,at. Bl.
Hi Ro. Oxford 8t-, Bieaatia. K. T.
"Oar phraciacs ia the cUUraaa
meat aava saokea auwuy at
eaca fat their outaids practico
and altlaoorh aw eahr haaa
medical auppUea what is kaowa as
redacts, yet wears tma to coafeas
merits of Caatoria has woa us ta k
Auaa C Sam, Pm..
. What Is the condition of yonrs? Is yoanr hair atry.
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has it a
lifeless appearance ? Does it fall out when combed or
brushed? Is it faH of aaadmff ? ies your scab itch?
Is it dry or in a beated coaditioa? If thtvesoaieof
Tmm.rr,-. ntfmnTirjns Tiiflsfi iwai lull.
rot bow to mat
ejPjtmaaaAislirMIr ooatias I
THE SKOOKUll ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.
i rat a
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M WAIAlal ViAUa tamttaaaaaai .
Heating and Ventilating Engincrrc,
62s end Steam Rtting,
A ooBpleta 11m of Pipe, Crass Good, Fatiej .
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J Twlopaoas 114a, 1 .