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In tbe eircnit eonrt, ?anniy tera. MR. -Miry
floudaie vs. Alexander Uoodals, is chan
cery Affidavit of non-residence of Alexander Hood
Ble. tae above defendant, having been Hied in the
lcrk office of tbe circuit court of taid county, no
tice is therefore hereby given to tbe aaid noareel-d-nt
defendant taat tbe complainant Sled ner bill
cf rompialnt in aa'd court, on tbe chancery tide
luerenf. on the iSttl nay of November, 1894,
nd thai tbereupnt a nminotl isaned out of etl I
emrt, vhtrein paid mil Is now pending, retorn
able on tbe final M wider la. tbe month of
J unary next, at Vy Itw required. Now,
aalees yon, tbe said non-resident defeno
sat arxjTe named (hall personally bo end
appear before aaid clrcn't nourt, on tbe Bret day
of tbe next tern thereof, to be hoidea at
Hock laland 'n and for tbe aaid county, on the
firat Monday in Jansarr next, ar.d plead, aniwer
or demnrto the aa;d complainanVe bill of coir -plaint,
ibe name and the matter ard thing
therein charged and rtated will be taken a con
fesael, aid a dtcree entered against you accord
B2tthe prayer of eeld bill.
Oiorki W. Gjkblb. Clerk.
3. M. BcaanstaT, impia!nani' solicitor.
Kj .a lelauu, III.. Not., 25, 1WS.
BTATH Uf IUJVOM, I
it jk Iiutd OrairrT, I
In fie Circuit court, September tsm, A. D
M. M Btorgcon vs. Patrick Qiegg Bopresa, in
r CMavit of the ton-reeldenee of Patrick
Grr-gg Bost-'Ca, the above defendant, that hie
place t residence is nnknonn and that scon due
ard dil gem iuqairyeannotbe ascertained, having
I een fi ed in tbo clerk's office of the circuit
o.urt of aid coonty, notlse t therefore bere
Ly given in tlx fail B"n-reeldcnt defendant,
t. al tbe complainant filed bis bill of com
plaint In the aaid court on tbe chancery tide
tbe of on the 15th day of Angnst, A. D. leW,
atd that snmrio'ie vai leaned taerson out of
eai.j onrt. whtniin aaid aoit ia now pending,
let r nil le on the fleet lltnday In the month if
Jannary next, a it by law reuuired.
Now, nnl'-a you, the raid non-reeieent de
few ant above named, fairies tireax Bog
aiiall pceiiDai!y be and appear before
tbe aa'd circuit court n the first day of the
next t rm thereof, to be holden at Kock laland,
a and for enid county, on tbe first Monday in
January ncxr, and plead, auener or demur
o the aaid complainant's bill ofciimplatnt, the
ame an-! the matter therein charged and stated
w iil he taken as eonfened and a rleciee entered
talnit you according to the prayer of aaid bill.
Gsoasa W. Gaa LB, Clerk.
Ro.k Island, El., Sept. 28,1894.
STUaalos & Kassball, Complainant's Bolleitort
Jfedtton tfc Hursts
Attorneys at Law.
0 Bee lo F.oci Inland Ttawonal bank bulMJn.
e t wixan
S-wenney & Walker
Attorneys and Connocllors at Law
OSes is Bengetm block.
CUttrlei J. 8earle,
Attorney at Law.
Ica! batfne of all kinds protnuttT Sttendex
to, state's Ancrnei of Rock Island cosnly
Office, rortoffi-. bltok.
ZSoEniry Sc Moniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan Btorie on pond seenrtty; make eoUe:
irnf. Hefermco, Mitchell A Jysd!, bast.ri
fCce, Foetofllc block.
Dr. Joloxi . Hawtliome.
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Office, Room SI, Whltaker Rloek, comer Thin
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AN OFFICE BURGLAR.
A GoTernment Agent's Experi
ments In Safe Cracking.
CALLS ELECTKICITT TO HIS AID.
Kit Wodaaaa A vera That Barrlar Praaf
Bavfea wmd Vaults Arc at Thing mt the
Part Any Stroaa; Box May Be Opeaed
With Eaaw aad Bilenre.
Safe crack! rifi has been mado easy. Ev
ery municipality which supplies its own
electric light and every trolley ear com
pany in the land has put Into tbe hand
of tbe cracksman a means of attack, safe,
silent and certain tbe electrio current.
The day of nitroglycerin, dynamite and
drills of tempered steel is itone. There
need be no more wrecking of safes, with
SAMTTEL EODMAS, JR.
Its accornparjyirig noine, nor will It ever
afrain be necessary for tbe midnight work
er to force off Jayer by lajer with explosive
and jimmy the iron doors of tbe treasure
chest. Give biin a carbon stick, a bunch
of wire and 30 minutes f roe from Interrup
tion and the hoard Is his.
Samuel Rodman, Jr., of Chicago, who
has opened a safe and vault of nearly ev
ery construction extant, has been experi
menting recently with tbe electrio current.
and now, after years spent in showing how
easy it wns to get into tbe coffers of bank
ing institutions by means of nitmglvccrin,
drills, and the like, bo says that those
methods are things of the past. Mr. Rod
man is a graduate of West Point
The United States government came to
the conclusion some time ago that tbe
treasury vaults at Washington were in a
lamentable condition. It was derided to
have tbo matter authoritatively settled by
competent and disinterested experts. A
commission was appointed, and Lieutenant
Rodman was the expert chosen to con
duct experiments for the commission. A
sample of nearly every known safe was
sont to the commission, and they were all
speedily and quietly opened by tbe army
officer expert. He used nitroglycerin when
occasion demanded it, and tbe noise of tbo
explosion was not beard 89 feet. When
the high explosive was necessary, Mr.
Rodman bored through tbe containing
walls. In many eases the more frequently
the words ''burglar proof" appeared npon
tbe surface of tbo safo tbe more easily was
the supposedly strong box opened.
The government nevor did anything to
improve the condition of its vaults and
depends now, as it always has depended,
npon the fidelity of watchmen for tbe
preservation of its treasures. It Is perhapc
just as well for the safety of Uncle Sam's
money that this is so, for within tbe lost
few weeks, after a final experiment with
tbe electrio current, Lieutenant Rodman,
whom the government choso as its expert.
has declared that In the future any large
amonnt of money expended npon tbe con
struction of vaultsand safes will be money
"Safes and vaults," be said, "should be
built hereafter Just strongly enough to
withstand a sudden and quick attack. If
they are of temper and thickness to stand
off the burglars for ten minutes, it should
be all sufficient. Other means of protec
tion than thick walls and time locks must
be bad. Masses of metal which seem to
defy explosions, or which from their post
tion and surroundings s?om to render an
attack by these methods Impracticable, are
now exposed to tbe new clement of dan
ger, tbe silent electric current. Tbe devel
opment In the use of such a method of at
tack presents new problems In tbe question
of bank security. Ponderous, expensive
constructions must give way to lighter
and cheaper ones, giving stifflrient secu
rity agalnat sudden attacks and supple
mented by some satisfactory system of
electrio alarm protection. There Is a big
field opening just now for some one who
will perfect an alarm system which bar
glars cannot tamper with without bringing
officers to the scene. 1 srrpnom It should
take tbe form of a series of wires about the
vaults and safes."
Within a week a workman In Chicago
nsing a carbon stick melted his way
through five inches of wrought Iron In less
than 80 minutes. Tbe hole made was big
enongh to allow tbe insertion of tbe hand
and arm of a man of medium size. AU
that hi necessary for a burglar to do now
Is to connect wires with a terminal where
the main wires of an electric light plant
turn under tbe sidewalk. - At this point
be can get tbe full current generated at
tbe central station. He can trail these
wires along the gutter under cover of
darkness and Into the building where he
has a safe to crack. He attaches his car
bon to tbe wire and burns bis way to tbe
treasure which be covets. Detection, as
far as tbe act of connecting with the main
wires is concerned, would not be likely.
for men from the electric light plant are
constantly removing tne connnit rovers
and working under the sidewalk, and the
bank burglar mtgnt reaaiiy pass na such a
workman. In tbe smaller cities tbe trolley
wire can be used in the same way and
with tbe same result The increase in the
amount 01 wectriciiy usew wonia not ne
noticeable enougn ai ino central station to
cause commons, Because similar variations
in consumptiou are constantly occurring.
When tne ourgiar gets nis supply 01 eies-
sncisy irum aw uuuejr, iou. uuiu
necessary xor aim to 00 so get we circuit
would be to run ms otaer wira 10 a wau;r
Cracksmen nowadays do not appear to
be in tho least afraid to handle high ex
plosives. Tbey do not do it as well per
haps as a person would who had no fear
of interruption at bis work, but Aaey do
in handling It well enough fra-
ejoently to avoid ronstns people aad to eew
able them to get what they are after. Tbe
robbery of tbo SorooDsak hank at Som-
ink. Ills., netted the cnackaroen M.oco.
and there was Botblng bat scrap iron left
of tbe safe, which was one of the rtiaran-
teed absolutely bnrelar proof kind. It
was laminated structure, with an outer
door 4 Incbee thick and a burglar chest
doors Inches thick. It bad all aorta of
modern Improvemenfes and looked like a
tonh nnt to crack. Investigation by an
expert snowed that two charges of nitro
glycerin were used. One blew open the
outer door, and tbe other demuIUbod tbe
Inner, rersons sleeping within 40 feet of
tbe safe were Dot awakened ny tbe explo
sion. Tbe Franklin Grove bank of the sown
of the same name in Illinois had within
Its walla anoaber absolutely burglar proof
safe. The bank now baa pars of tbe safe.
and tbe burglars have $io-000 which It
contained. Nitroglycerin was lntrndoosd
Into tbe Joint at the top of tlie safe dnor.
Its discharge removed the door bodily,
and, of course, instantaneously. The In-
ner chest door wns removed In tbe snrno
way. Frcui evidence obtained immediate
ly after the robbery tbe bonk officials ar
rived at the conclusion that the time nero-
picd In eomniltting the burglary could not
Lave exceeded 1 H hmirs. People sloenins;
In an adjoining building slumbered un
disturbed through tbe entire nlgbt of the
DREAMED OF A GOLD MINE.
Thea XIrs. Law V.'rat to Colorado aatd Lo-
ated the Mum.
During the past yenr, on five or sis suc
cessive occasions, Mrs. George Law of
KausdS City has dreamed of a gnhl mine
near Cripple Creek. She went out there
in August and located tbe miue after she
bad seen lira place In another clreaui. Mie
Immediately benn proceeding to get con
trol of tho property. Saturday lier bus-
band signed a lease for a section, sou by
600 feet. The Dream promises to be one
of tbo richest mines In the world's great
est mining cairp. The story which began
In a dream Is now ending in reality.
Mrs. George Law is one of tbe leaders In
Kansas City society. Mr. Law Is a prom
inent rail estate and loan broker and one
of the solid ir.cn of the city.
Mrs. Law s fir-t cream of Mid came to
her lost wiutcr. In bur sluep site saw witb
tho vividness of rcul vision a spot lietween
two mountains wiirro ravinos formed a
triangle inclosiug a hard bed of sand.
iSho stood npon this bank and scooped up
handful of it The sand fciilierwl witb
grains of gold.
lhis vision mnde a deep impression np
on Sirs. Law, though sue Is a rcnlist of
the most proiiouncid type and scoffs at all
such psychological chimeras. A few
nights later slio again behold tbe same
scene In ber dre ni s. It wns oven more
vivid thnn the other. Tbe outlines of the
country were plainly visible. '1 brue more
times, at various intervals, the same vision
ca:no to her. Each tiino It was more and
more distinct, iikc beheld an adjacent
town. She knew perfectly every point la
tlio Biirronmlins country. In 0:10 droani
she determined to sitk a shaft, and did Io
dic one near en old stump tn that bed of
Mu Low's intimate friend, Mrs. Har
vey Ubcudcs, went to. Cripple Creek about
that time. -irs. Luw luid urged her bus
hand repeatedly to urcompaiiy iirr to that
placo, but lie scoffed ct the Idiia. Sirs.
Law had corres-.aiiidcd with Mrs. UhoAdcs,
and was coti vinced t lint she would find bet
m!no near Cripple Creek. It was In All
gust, after tho fifth tlroam, tiiat sbo could
wait no longer. SSho made a visit to Mrs.
On the first Saturday In September Mrs.
Law drove into tho old part t.t Cripple
Creek on a stag?. It tore n it the f lintest
resemblance to the town of her dreams.
and Mrs. Law was in despair. That nlgbt
the sixth dream enme to hur, and again
the town's outHnos were strongly Im
pressed urfin her. Sunday !: went to
Mrs. Rhoades' home up on t'.ia hill. From
bar front potch t!:e gazed nut npon new
Cripple Creek. It was the city of bar
Wild witb excitement, early Monday
morning Mr. Law, Sirs. Khnodcs and
two companions started In a light wagon
to search for tho triangle and the bed of
sand. As if guided by a spirit, scorning
mads and directions, the party went
straight crross the bills. Tiny reached
the summit of Gmure mountain and went
on down toward the ravine whith separat
ed it from IJcncon hill. SraiiiTillng down
tbe bill, far In advance of her companions,
MIO. CECROE LAW.
Mrs. Law found tbe gnlcb, the ravine, tho
triancm, the bed of sand, even tho stump.
as sho had dreamed of them s often, Mrs.
Law rushed to tbe triangle, drove her
stake and claimed tbe mining rights.
Koarby were some placer miners. They
sr. id thnt gold was in that vicinity. A
divining rod with which a search for wa
j ter waa being pursued turned as the party
at tne nenrrvy mines, where gold was
nown to re it proved that Mrs. Law s
dreums wore true,
. A short time ago friends of tho Law la
Cripplo Creek went over the gronnrl claim
cf the Dram aad picked np a numtasr of
bits of porphyry ore wht cropped oot
from the snrf.ve. They were crushed and
; ,r,vrl. and . ffi..ni ce.-tlfl.wte, now In
Mrs. Law's pne..jon, shows tbesnrfa.
ore to run $-Y Hi u, the tam. This Is sold
: t te ,lt)e ,.f t!w rt).hel( TOrf3re assays ever
,n)ldc !u tbe oipplo Creek district. Tbe
! cerjiflcate of thia fart was sent to Mrs.
; ijw, and tiie Leit day Mr. Uw went to
cripple Creek. In a f.rw rlavs he tele
' crushed bis wife that the tens- had been
signea. A rnm pny has been formed to
work tho claim. The olllccrs are ail
Creaaatloai ! Fraaea.
Upward of 4,ism evwpaes were cremated
tn t ranee daring lbbi,
CLOT Ml NO AN ARMY.'
T. raea I as Salaliea.
It cotte tho British govern meat ML.
SC.000 annually for ckxhing furnished
its army all over too world. Each of
tbe foreign pesstssirjajs, nowerer. has to
pay back to a certain extent too ajuaount
which tbo nniforma of tbo traona sta
tioned or rtl there baa coat, and this
entails no end of complicated bookkeep-
India, for instance, part for tboxlotb-
Intr of its own troops, and also for tbo
uniforms of tbo men which England
sends there. Tle latter item la about
1 67 S, 000 annually. On tbo other band,
when a regiment eotnea bom from In
dia, that country baa to bo paid bark
tbe full value of tbe ckx bee they wear.
xno government sells old and worn-
oat articles to tbo erondbaad dealora,
who, by tho way, usually accumulate
fortunes in a abort time. Tbo valne of
cast off clothes so disnosed of ia about
9140.009 yearly. Tbe scraps remaining
after tbe nniforma have been cut out
also bring a matter of $30,000 annual
ly. In all tbe aotborities receive bark
about 11,500,000, thus reducing tbo to
tal cost of clothing the army to kfs than
f5.000.000 a year.
Tbe best quality of everytbina ia used
in tbe manufacture of uniforms. In
fart, it ia aaid tbey are too good for du
rable wear. A huge factory ia Pimlico.
London, make a large share of tbe fur-
Dishing, bat vast quantities of font and
bead gear are bought ready made Boots
and loggings, for example, costtl.lC(.-
000 and faeaddreases '.2 60. 000.
Tbe thousands cf miles of flanncL
linen, calico, cloth, velvet, etc. the
millions of burtons, tbe tons of cotton
Wool tbe billions of yards of sewing
cotton, that are made into smart tunica,
tidy trousers and warm shirts cost $3,-
435.000. Tbe wages paid for making
these op are over 6,000 a week. Some
of tbe salaries paid for this branch are
excellent for England. Tbe inspector of
clothing receives $0,000 and bis assist
ants f 8,750 apiece, and so on down tbe
Bat all this vast expense is probably
much less than the annual outlay that
France or Herman y makes for keeping
its soldiers smart in appearance in times
of peace. In Uermauy, for example, ev
cry man in the army is aaid lo bare
lour complete suits of military clothing.
New York Journal.
Blast Wheels Are Ova-rolled.
So many bicyclists have been observed
ro Bering from clogged chains that a
word of advice may witb propriety be
repeated: Oil tbe chain nothing is
more necessary, bat be sure not to bare
it wet. Each link should be thoroughly
lubricated, and then the chain should be
rubbed dry. No amonnt of robbing, it
sbonld be remembered, ran remove the
oil from the parts between tbe links,
where it is needed, and not a particle of
oil is required on tbe exterior surface.
Tbe drier that is tbe better. The oil.
if rxpost-d. picks np and holds dust and
anus greatly to tbo friction. The samt
advice applies to all oiling. If so much
is put in tbe bearings that some over'
flows and it is not wiped off, dust will
gather at the spot, and even in Ibe best
made bearings some of it will almost
certainly work into the balls and make
trouble. And even if it docs not get so
far tbe bunches of oust so accumulated
detract from the appearance of an other
wise well groomed machine and render
the cleaning after a run twice as diffi
colt as it need be. The fact is that more
wheels are orr roiled than nndrmiled.
Carrying a canary," as the "wheel
men" call ridiug with a dry bearing
that screeches, is not half so common as
a dost buried bearing. Of course, of the
two, the latter is preferable, hut no rid
er need hare cither. New York Post.
The collsr bands on tbe now gowns
are one of the special points of decora
tion, and frilla of soma sort are invaria
biy set In on tbo edge to stand up
around the neck, commencing a little
distance apart on cither side of tbe
front. They are made of knife plaited
ilk, ribbon, lace cr chiffon, and one
ery cffectiTO trimming is lace in Tan
dyke points, outlined with a tiny mche
of colored ribbon and gathered into the
neck. Plain velvet collars, with plait
ing of ribbon act in fan shape at tba
back, are very pretty, and collars mado
of bias folds of light velvet or satin.
witb narrow, black, pearl edged ribbon
edging each fold, are another fancy.
br ork San.
Ratna I .eft.
The Toronto Mail ar ks, "Did tbe pre
biftorio man eat nier If be did. be did
awa m I ll 1 i . . .
- . tm a a .11. A VV a. HU lilll, Jli-(71 ZU
pin at almost any railroad restaurant.
The PSacevary asrvad ask) Ufa.
G. Caillouctte, drafrjr.it. Beavers
ville, 11L, says: "To Or. Kind's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
witb la grippe and tried all tba pby
sicians for miles about, bat of no
avail, and was riven np and to.d
con Id not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discovery ia my store, I sent
for a bottle and be?an it ose, and
from the first dose beraa to ret bet
ter, and after using three bottles was
op and about again. It la worth its
weight ia pold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free
trial at IJarta k Ullemeyor'a drug
t rw.1 rwaat
Dr. Wi!!iaros'Indiaa Pile Ointment
wilt enre blind, bleed i nr. ulcerated
and iicbine nilea. It absorbs tba
tumors allays tba itching at one,
acts as a rxnUice. rive instant re-
relief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment Is prepared only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
nothinrr ele. f.rery box ia rnaraa
teed. 8o!d by druggists, scat by
mail for 50 cents aad f I par box.
Wiixiavs M'r'o Co.. Propa.. Ctev
land. Ohio. For Mia by all drug-
A ZOOLOGICAL DIVERSION.
1aa lard t flay a Ctsse
?refc va latfea.
Tba elephant at tba Jardin des
PUoks at Taris tatrd to play bis visit
ors a trick which could not have been
tb.wi.bt of tat ty an animal of mack
latriiiiriioa, tits brtaar opened epoa an
inrkware called tbe Lira bants' trk.
eoMaiaing a pond, la which bo would
lay biiaae.f atxlrr the Watt r, rattoeaauig
ewry part cf bim i xcrpt tba very id
of bis trenk imre sraxb that would
bardly be notit ed by a stranger to tU
animal s habits.
A crowd weald assemble around tbe
iacloanre. and, not sniai bim la it.
wteald wau-b in exiiectation that be
woul soon taaoe from tbe Ikic. But
while thx-y were gsaing about a coo iocs
apriualin t water woe Id fall cptai
tbcrn. and ladies and getulksncn, with
their Bne boo nets aud mats, world run
for abeltcr nnVr the trees, ling tip
at tbe clear sky and woudaTing w heat
sorb a shower could coma.
lmmcdiatt ly afterward, brwrvrr. tbey
Wisild see the ek-i.bsnt nsitkg slowly
from Lis bath, evincing, as it sswmed,
an awkward J7 at the trirk that he
bad played. Ia the course af time bis
amuavment became aetK-ratly knowa.
and tne moment the water began to rie
from his trunk tbe pi4ators would
take flight, at whk-b be arir.irf d t x-
cccdiitgly ck lighted, cvUtng np as fast
be could to sn. the t oidle ba bad
caused Hi: tsburg Dtspaira.
-hw, ia f-w am. was
the flcat art facial waterway brgtia ia
this country, (iround wns trmkm for
this enterprise July 4, 1617.
In all ttates of tbe Union, excrntine
California, a basbrl of rye is Sd pon&ds.
In that state it is 54 pounds,
A WOMAN'S STOKY.
: Kwaala Be ml laam-ai as Erary T at
Tomen who reason well know thai
no male phyidclaa can utderstacdiagly
treat the complaint known as fewiala
diaeasea,' fur no man ever experienced
Thia, Lyda E. rtnLliam ta right tbcrn
twenty years ajo,
when ahe dis
covered in bT
fur all those
liar to tlao
a fatal faith la
tbi-ir p'.iyfci. ian. and nat tUl they can
suffer no longer, will they think aad
act fir tbemoel vea.
The following tcrtlmony is straight
to the poirt, and rr,jrenta the ex
perience of bund mis of thoufsiarls of
now grateful wnrncj : For six years
I vera a great t.offe-tvr froea tluwe In
ternal wcak-icTrs a prevalent amrrg
ouraex. After hsvl g received treat
ment from four physicians of our city,
and fading na relief whatever, I cu
eluded to try Ilnkhsm's Vc-fvtabls
Componnd. and It has proved a braraa to
m. It can trrly he called a " Saviour
of Women." Mas. It.
Is the n-Mlt mt na Sa
abd seaora ellasauc
It caa curxi hr s
RleeMfet naaaf srhick
i appllea Snwrtlf taaa
tk. aastrila Banw
qalekir aheo--S M
givss relict ai .joa.
opeaa aid clnaa ia
. .ii .
Ptls at4 laAaatiMitMa,
Haals the eo-ea, Pra
ted- ta MeMbeas fi
SeMbeas ffMa OaMr. RraSnraM tin
sa it lMt mmm paaelL
lae Mala lalrair
abaurnaS sa4 (ivs flM( a am.
st ursgnsu or ay wan.
XLT ROTH t Ko. H Wsrrea Srroc. JCew Tork.
lilia a, rai -1 - r I
Ladles who value
11 Sand coorplaa-kMi saoat aat Pawner's
u pracaces a auR aad baantinu
Dr. Kay'3 Renovfeior, ttzfz
pep-la, eoaiwlpetteja. llwan-l W1rTll -iea,
bUtonam a. haiaonc ha-ctq Atinvuumm.ml
fl 05 Sgag
Wow ttca.tyys. tttsllcf
aSent abau ratraan.
awurf-nnr. attdavt Inert, U,mr tl lahr. mt vm.
ardhrctadtoSaa. SrwdaftiMdiid aahrlad
na relaadlnc. harl. HBanot vaaall rt mmt
a, M -J W
fnr aianaiMHi. M la a araarroe aaot wnp ad a teaar. aaaaea auaf casa aai Sua kaca lean, ahnrs
taategatiluuiin aoarrow. and Una rii mm aiy.Waa aa Sad !
VAIf CIO PACHmG CO.. , - IZllZMpoKs, IzL
": mrTC,TsT. ixircr-m cl-
f I i.4.or.adwiMai,asaa.)WMWi.-a. T. fulrttaatd f tT7t-
1 -ff -,, i mwwl St i. Siiaurik.. . - , , ... . ri w aj ndia. Baiai a
V mJJ mr it. ' ' Itauadr. mi u .mmm -m ,h 7b. ii i.
ajl X sCs'C''. ,.''"- aa-tme aj -T. .,, taatnaMM
w O T" 1 tf t 4.m 'e a r a nrnH sesW aal UVmmm Bt ILSarsu keaar-
V a M cm i, nk dMKifi irvr.if u. 1 1 1. 1 iirTairs 1. 1
a er i. SI. t-v lew wr S -e aa v wiSlia, imhih-i. -e
T -i ' i T" ' iaa., mtmmmm aa t.aaa I . . aa7aw tfd,
Buy, SeS aad tUaase
nroperry. Collect Rents.
The old fire aad time
tried ccfflpaajrt feprv
ented. Ratal aa low
at any rcIlaUe cotapaajr
caa a fiord.
Tom? ratronagw ft aoISnttat. .
Oman 110. Asecnt A.
Harper Houm Block.
QI8K15ES of Ev. Bar,
Vom, Taroat, Lnngx,
Stomach, Ekia and Bleod.
Baptore cmrad witbont m
BOOMS U tad ST. Mollanmi
Bulldicg, acrnar Seooad
and Uain ttreeU, Da van port.
tn. m. te llm. and S to t
p. g. CveBlnpi, VTed&e
dayi and Batnxdajt, T to I p.
am. taadaya, t tol p.H.
see eiaae area whicti ssSarniaeassrlsareeis
eeiara at Ims ataaBjh, rliir and aawrcv.
Tl amgm rVatn aat Keewa Fnod. rtrx
ahiM link liat-ny n-Mill. Tntycaeair IwwMliy 4V
v t,MHm. rvea. 9w isana. atrai ataac-iea, m
w fues jirrh. eav www ant a duf 4
w era a. uraaix-nr-ciMatnn-vrv.
tiesrrr asx, 4 tsxes. fix.
A Waal aniaeaiiree te cee ref ttrd ttw
sor y st 4.1. Bslat aat Otts Or jUsa. Aral
rets, luck Jalacd
ilADE A1B A MAN
rwlTtVt-l.V CTKt av.t.
ei. il.i.iM Saunac
W1tNr,. (l. 'M"!!--. HeF n
"'.lev .. a. .a ii iwn .
.. hr h'VIr mm
un-ly r-Mi.iee lm vitailtr la
444 , j 'Wia ana m a man iir
e'S. ijimw tr mmtrmmn.
t-r'fe I --Manna a-iS n(-,uiiti.
lltm It lat.i -r .ttlmiM. 1lM-lff aa
tMiae l-ntae-Siule ltntirtivfritti
.'. I'Str; re
e" rw'w lam era 'I Iwv tia" ew s
UM.iaum a ear tm WerteefMMiiiveamU'-B
a-MTairtee ( nTiMt t. e-ii- tn w.ir eW.i.ul Una
atv. tt-- In wrta iwr immmw. ia ttaekaa a
('it teaat until , . r, i fi u.i, ta aia ciavs.
ntv lr ! pn-. n a r tre-t AdUr a
AJAX REMEDY C0nZZXT
fW saw ta Rnek lalard Jnbs Waiisfe
nu ecoued s an, suS tu Oraijua, aruxftsts
The treat renae
r r nervoasi
asset tit uw sua
at ctttiev Me a.
leaillfw ar Liaa
WantMod. Inmarf NHrhtrf rSaihaitotn.Yaiita.
fal Krrara. MrmiMl worrf. vaenaaiva uaec4 la
naarOiiiaai,WBefe na4 aaOuuaugiPiioa ac
latatoltf. Wna iw orxw ws rivaa ana
vm araaraaana aa catw mr rwrwaS the moawy.
fae4i l0j.mm mm Soa. S liasie Sar at,
ami limn cajvaxt, 1
The roc freshneao
4 a 1, ail y aTfi-wxa of -a'a )a lavaria-
bly attained ty tfea
saaa tam mnwm fcw.
m. tit mar or atairia
r -ttr Murk. ataVS
LirWi ijeeai za
ctta aaM rUSLB,
lata a wa.
and .cr.a.rSr tr to rSlliHnw atwusd U rt
halxaa UH te.t IV mS SOr. cana alt XiA Bat" muttOM
tm all tia
1 aa rw was SaS I all Um lata r"
ft. mHI t(ir mnm
W ,4adwa Wflar atr nSei ara I twawi aHtk
aewaafcaa d KkSnrtftfia aad artUjaawti kn