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I Provisional Cirdj.i ifronni M Uw, . tNt &r4 A M1 5 JACXS09 HUS9T. t. J. BOACU. AMcMf M La. Cse HUM ArteM. ' aaauM mew VH. L. LLDULPU, IimuiuUw. Heart Lee La lean in"v ve. tm a a wit. a i titm. mr2T WALK 2, AMMJI sM 0na3r Law. I CHARM J. SKA ELK, State's A Oiv,iM0M M . Mm ts wan BfcKNUT UoKSIBT. i AttOfMrestLSW. La WWf SM Sesvrtty: I tayiiMdl BhtfarM, M.Mtl( LrW. baakirn UAVsA L4 BaMtm. C1IA9. It. IIUBBELL, Alton al Law-JsmIm at lb Itse. S rKRM in im r t Pert. TfephoMl s A. ft ratsiciAss. DR. WSi. M. rATTOS, i s Lai umlaut rbTtiM end herreoa I CMb Oust lluanliaL Chtoacw. Pfm enond See? Trainnn MtMlaf , M TV-d nvenne end MihwmU street. Q CTeleplwee I MM. Oflle bmr Tlil M t a, at; I be I p. ait a bv ft 5 r. U. FIRST. IL D. ttralelea M4 SufllM, rva i it? owe, re r J , thnt Mr. IXnee ilawrv MtIU IMI end ! Seedey, A3 2 Bimrrt. C U SILVIA. Ovf BrM ft Meek Hit -. y 9. T. DKJJTAL FA2LUB3, 1)1 ft TSfrA It, Dnm rw MbiiMi vn mtm tee , as.asKar-av, rMM WMLlI- Al 9 aw en mm AMitrrsor. JAMES P. HUBBILL, ArVftAMt bad St? . KNM A Ink) I (Mr DSACX AKKBSS, Bm tLoutr. HBSSY 6AXTJX, Prop. S. CHAIIBERLIH, f in; Is INSURANCE AGENT CkiaaaaalaB laa. Oa, laa. Ca ... nUaarsaal MA Barvalk Offlct Room SO MlUtell Ljmda Block. TaUpkoM So. 103a OVpaJMsiik Bateau. tCHimw M IMlMltll KM Tm Bm rNafamg 9ala 4 BafltMr Ctumiin w t aa)aj tea mw n . Icaao PlaMaBaaWaaalaglaV teaOa Flvalaattta BBaaflal aa a. i aaajaaa r? In tho Toils of a cough backing, racking, raping cor.yh that irritates the long and lead to din result. It la in tavh caacs that DR. BELL'S Pino-Tar- tlonoy prorcs its vondrrfal efficacy. The can of the trouble is eradicated the irritation is al laycd the )anj; arc heiled and Hxcngthcncd and cold leaves the system am srnnr disaprtcars before the sunshine of spring. T Iall r,n.Tr-llooy to to to. SUIlM rrwr? tnt all h.a anrt Uunculal InxiWM. Klcbl ar rrr. All araw'.su Ml Mat l-o. at as tlM a kaUM, r it mil be uiua mil id pne. WANTXD. f ANTED A (.IRI. FOR GENERAL ii aouMwora atiwoTbir avean. WA NTED-FI V F.GOOD CIO AR PACKERS. Th N. KutaDCD UomDUii. DmTeDDort. ion. tTANTFJt-AT OSCF. A GOOD COOK AT M tVZ TircnuaiB Mreet. Kaferancca ra. If ANTED AT MoCAltK BROS'. TTIRKE ' T tooi aDPreolieea to earn amhmidcrv ana iucj aeasia woia. VfTTO-t;lI. TO DO GENERAL f uuwork la lamilT or two. Muu b Cuod eoutt. A apiy a wa Tweauata aireet. WANTKD-CIITMNm-8 TO 8WEKP BY Cblraro li.U. the seapr. Caa be IcmmA at W1 Seouod aveaus. Drid Dob's. Trtapboae iota. WANTO-OOODS TO BTORX IN CHEAP, ateaa aaa ucai atorara ruotaa. wiia M aaor ai IMI gannad avaoua. Joaaa Jaaaa. wo rwsa oa iw. WANTCO-A TOCKO GIRL TO ASSIST la duta aouscvork In s nuall family. Om bo caa sleep at bom prefetrsU. Apply at laiaom mm. UTAWTTO-TO LOAN MOKET ON DIA . auawi waiuBMi Jiwwry, aavawarv, vjleal testraneaia, MeroMs. awUilBf. Art f Boada. wsteaas, lavelry, bariwara. rooda. taraltar. cia. Ulchcat aaafe prleas ai4 Sw asaoai band food or SU kinds slao. IM abora fonds tor sale at bait toe aaaal vira prima. A U baHaeasusoasetlona Mrletl nnSdaaMsl. His ut iiakn aadWMtloa, KJ BrH Aium TVia i lonatls. J. Vi. icse. two nan oa IM7. FOR. SENT. JOT RKNT-INI IHE AT . ateoad atreck ra TWENTY 4X)R RENT A . Taird mm nvr. ROOM FLAT Call St M. A K. PN . REXT-nors ON FORTY-THIRD atrret. laaulr Ol . M. biaaet. M nrta iim. .YW RFNT-BY J. D TAYIXJB A (ROOM flst.tt Ehteeath aireet. lk water, era bad caa. XiXJ RKNT-rCBN'ISnKD ROOM WITH AT Mni brat sad Dntllrra ot bath. la- .alr at a" Taaauctb auaas. T70U RTNT-IXXOANT FRONT ROOMS X fM batb. best, a lib board If deircd: e jatf ally faicaifd. 7X BaTeateeath atroat. rXHI RFNT AROOM HOrtR ON RKV Newlr m- A? atfe avvaaa aad Tea la atreci. raiatad. Apply to booTf r. Uwib. Tenpta. FOB BALK. 1r ai.e-a urmirsr or rmatx r aLrad bard nal Mora, very ebesa. Ia- prir at ABteDaodla tXm BALE CHEAP 10 ACRE FRf IT A? tarav Ckw M toa. A bamia If lakra ms tiordoa A Bowaisa. TJUMI StLE COAL TN ANT QUANTITY A of ts bwdieta or over a a M net ton. d. tered C.OUU aay part of the city. Leave aiop. nlan at I woa?sjir04al , ibwuss better Rook sflBCTIXAJfXOTTB. liXJB BALK OR EXCRANOE-A GOOD a- psywceaserybyaiaeaiBtllBfTalra ava- s. icr tabes to earf ta outer av WtPta:erealesuMiaahanca. Call at sbov aiattr lor nartleutanv CLAIRVOYANT. t TTP.'TTION. ATTSTSTlnV. 1DDIVM iV nttb wor'd faoit sided aiedlnm and pnbata. Wueea Alpba. the aekaowiadired aueea or ai elalrvoyaaie. la la lac eny. lor a aon lime oaiy. tier poecr ta ao Mraac and ruibas that ao aiiempu ar attd to eiplam Hinv bat tb btaSaeaa aiaa. artist, saeebaoia. railroad laborer and woaiea ia all social nowi- tmaa aita aeanowlrricv tbat ahe eaa and doea so ad aba eialata haa to elao a eeienlinc natm. Ht I roai the aobaola or Fraaoe aad bas apenl larre auaia ot ameey and yean of atudy to aer aeienune asunaauon or ebaraeter. fheis a coiii patent adTtaar ta an buaioeat anaira. la, lor, utntut. eouruain. dlroree: ivefiiiea tbo aeparated. eaoaea speedy mar- rimtui many pmreev ta etrt or eiairvoy- : few bMleed are ao fitted. All a bo bare beea deaeived fcy nreteBden boukt not fail to e tbia wonderful mnaa. 8b bold oat ao lattaeaaeaia or pretaaee that aha ran not imnu. noun to ft. ZX7 Bixtata Neatca. . rpar FTTTrRF. can HE TOLD: KNOW I, a ms for tb fator aoaer foe the Kaon yon (Hare aad enata tout. aetvea aoanntiasly. You eaa mn tbia by cna eniuasuaeea Alpha, ta Rneh Ulaad. for one weeh eeiy. She a the elairvoyaet who pr d.eted tb er atone at SL I .net; aba the (Teat baab failare at Indlaaapoha. or whieb tba priii snvber flauertna aotieaa. tbys't tail wwriiMfinaa aonML hoe la able to i vi- M buaiaem Urn. lore, marrtac. Journeys, " waxa oaiy. s Bunicaia street. -fAtnW FRtXCtLLKR, THE GREAT "a safini eiatrvoTMt and Biadlnai. ai mure aeWeewe oa T j ta re i aanev ane eaa r oaan of fna baaa oT My tak of baaiaeaa. aad hjMiee di ebanse aad laa aalta. Prteee f raai 10 i to St. Hoar f na t a. BV t 10 p. aV. HI Ulm Mri renpan. mm mm. jPlan for Reform of tho Currency proposed Dy an kvxCur rency Comptroller. 0ULDJ50TIEETIEE GEEETBA0I3, mt Kep Thorn A Boat with a, Itaatraa ta Back Tkem Featara af tho Jtaa b sho Sckeaas to Sapply Carrrary Theangh tba ChMriaa; Hoaaoa-HIa Sslntioa far tka Bilaar Prabfam Opecalmtlaa mm On Cm adlaa Relation. v Washington. Nor. iZ. Colonel WUllaan I Trenholm. who was comptroller of the currency nnder President Cleve land's flrtt administration, has Just sub mitted his views of currency reform to the monetary commission. They em brace a number of features entirely dif ferent from those of other experts, and have been carefully studied by the com- m lr si on during several recent sessions, Trenholm reccommendsthe fusion of the greenbacks and Sherman notes into one form cf paper redeemable in gold. He thinks that these r.etes should be issued In denominations cf $1, $2 and $5, in or der that the people may have confidence in the money in current circulation. He believes that a redemption fund of 1100, 000,00 would be sufficient to maintain the parity of the entire volume of about I4SO.OOO.O0O. BncvotloiM Regarding Ranking. The suggestions cf Colonel Trenholm regarding banking include the followine: To make adequate provision for the rec ognition of existiRg clearing houses and the establishment of others by allowing them to be organized In reserve and cen tral reserve citlos tinder the national banking law, with defined powers and re- cponsibilties. To empower clearing houses tnus organized to license banks in their respective cities to accept circulating drafts drawn by banks situated at places where there are no clearing houses. Such u raits to be free of all taxation, federal. state or municipal, and to be payable to bearer. To Hmit the maximum amount to which any. such bank may have ac ceptanccs outstanding at any one time to a certain proportion of its capital and surplus. Pravtaioa tor Adequate Srcnrity. The clearing houses are also to pre sence that no bank be licenced to ac cept such drafts without taking from the drawers adequate security therefor to the full amount of such contemplated acceptances, which security may be In the form of discounted paper: also with out having deposited with the clearing house seeurity to the amount of the cir culating drafts applied for. the suffi ciency of such security, both in amount and character, to be certified in each Instance separately to the comptroller of the currency by the proper author ities of the clearing house, and approved by the local bank examiner. Securities M deposited are to be released only up on present atlrn to the clearing house of cancelled draft, which drafts are to be delivered by the clearing house to the comptroller of the currency for destruc tion. These drafts ar to perform all th duties of currency while they are out and be cancelled when they reach the accepting banks. What U Wo.ld yjo A bant Silver. Regarding the disposition of silver dollars and silver certificates Colonel Trenholm suRgests that the silver now In the treasury be constituted Into a re serve fund for the guarantee of out standing silver dollars, and that the sil ver certificates In excess of the actual bullion value of the eclns and certificates outstanding be cancelled from time to time as they ecme into the treasury. He reepmmends that silver certificates be issued in denominations of tlO and over, and that anme of them be issued in denominations of 11.00, $3,000 and lin.000. in order that th may be held by national banks In the propor tion of 20 per cent, ef their lawful money reserves. Colonel Trenholm suggests an international agreement among sti ver producing countires for steadying the price of silver. He does not content plate the restoration if silver to parity with gold, but the re- ?tton of the price. CANADIAN-AMERICAN RELATIONS. A They Are Aflerted by th laflaeae of the Mother Country. Washington. Nov. 23. There la good Sadie Steward OF KINGSTON. N. Y. Cored of Spasms by Or. Mil N arris. HE many coses of spasms, BU Vitus dance sod cpllToy thrt Dr. Blllcr Kestoratlve Xcrv.ut has cured.woald alone give this great remedy wide reputa tion. Mrs. Walter A. Stesrard. 773 Broadway, Kingston. N. T . says March 3, lee: "la 1SB3, while on a visit to friends ctr little girl was taken with spasms. We hastened home to oar family physician. 0e did all be eoold but failed. We caned several physicians but the spasms continued. mT mmmMmL risrvinet feSStorSa) her tongue became partially paralysed and tb doctors said sb would never talk again. Night and day we watbed the poor little sufferer and tried every remedy we saw advertised for such rases but got no re lict We began Firing Dr. Miles' Nervine, and after tikln: four bottles she was run ning, about as well and happy as ever." Dr. Miles' Ecmcdies are sold by all drag. lists under a positive guarantee, first bottle beorft or money refunded. Book oa Ha ft and Nerves sent free to all applicants. DR. MILLS MEDICAL CO, Elkhart LaaV 1 nUoSr'tObel!eve that the British row. enment will vie with favor the forma- Of a commission to dear un vexa tious. Questions between the United States and Canada, This attitude will b important la the consummation of i commission nlan. for the beat ef the forts af tho United Ktmtpx and rnn4. toward a general settlement could com to naught jonleas the imperial govern ment annroved the efforts and ready to give them official execution in th form of a traatv At lira ttiA differences aroused by therecentBehring mem meeunn; tea to ue Deuer tnat Great Britain mieht tnt In ti wv - commission which-would discuss, among outer questions, such imperial subjects as the tariff. It Cll thnnirhr that ! colonial office at London would not view with favor any movement by a commis sion which would disturb the prefer ential tariff given the mother country. It appears, however, that the British authorities are sincerely anxious to close up me various irritating questions which have long existed between Canada and the United States, through the medium of a commission or otherwise, and that no idea is entertained that when ih. commission deals with the Imnerlnl nuh. Ject of the tariff it will involve any dls- luroance oi tne Britten-Canadian tariff relations. There are said to be manv articles such as coal and fish which are not exchaneed between f.rcat Britain and Canada. On such articles, therefore, any reciprocal arrangement between the United States and Canada would have no influence on British trade with Canada. The home eovernment la asM n fully conscious of the advantages which wonua may secure, in the ex. tensive American market Ivlnv .in... -rf -aB' wu(. side her. and there is understood to be every desire to aid Canada in the en joyment of reciprocal trade with this country. The subjects other than the tariff, such as border Immigration, fish ing in the great lakes, etc.. are not of an imperial character, and concern only me unitea states ana Canada, in these, it Is said. Great Britain haa n Interest whatever except to see them Settled on terms salisfnctorv n niii The lake fisheries have been a prolific source or trouble. It is claimed that the fish of the lakes particularly white fish are being exterminated by the lax laws of some of the states bordering on uie lanes. The destruction of the fish la aatif n be analagous to the destruction of the seals In Behrl'ng sea, and one of the subjects which Canada would urge be fore tne commission would be the pro teetlon of the fisheries of the lakes. Sir Julian Paunccfote. the British ambas sador, has been confined to hia room fnr the last two weeks with a return of his old ailment of rheumatism. It pre vented his attendance at the Rehrlnv sea meetings, and in this and all other Bnairs oi me emoassy air. Adam, first secretary, has been in charge. In the meantime such questions as reciprocity wun uie cruisn west males, the gen eral arbitration treaty, etc. have heen in abeyance, but they are likely to come UD for discussion with the nuthnrlttaa here as soon as Sir Julian Is fully recov ered. TWO BIG FOOT BALL GAMES. Pennsylvania Defeata Harvard and Yale nests Princeton. Philadelphia, Nov. 22. Before the largest crowd that ever witnessed a foot ball came in this cltv the Untver sity of Pennsylvania foot ball eleven Saturday afternoon defeated the Har vard team by a score of 15 to 6. It was not a sensational game. By this victory over the Crlmann Pennavlvanla fc gained the top round of the foot ball lancer ana holds undisputed possession New Haven. Nov. 2?. In th Vat. Princeton foot ball game here Saturday, from first to last Princeton wan out played. The Tale line was stronger, the oacKS neia their own. and Yale shnnter were surely as enthusiastic as those of iTinceton. The came ended with the score s to 0 In favor of Tale. Chicago. Nov. 22. The Carlisle Tn. dians Saturday nleht defeated the TTnl verslty of Illinois foot ball eleven by a score oi to 6. Tne game was played In the Coliseum, and nrohablv moon people were present. Society was out in force and the callv dressed women ami their escorts were almost unanimous in rooting" for the redskins. Following are the scores of other nota ble collese a-ames: Dartmouth K" win lams 0; Monmouth 14, Knox 0;.Lafayette L wesleyan 6; West Point 42, Brow 0: Michieajt 3? tVittpnhnrcr fl- Alumni 6, University of Wisconsin 0; University oi lowa 16, Crrinnell 12. BRIDEGROOM BERGMAN FOUND. viseoverea at Milwaukee as so Took a Train toe Chicago. Milwaukee, Nov. 21 George A. Berg man, of Chicago, the missing bridge greom of Miss Margaret Perry, was found Saturday night Just as be .was about to board the 7:15 train for Chi' cago. He had been in the city since Friday, but was successful in eluding the police until Saturday eveniqg. De tective Feck, who had been on his trail since Friday night, was notified about 6 o clock that a man answering to Berg' man s description had pawned a dia mond and immediately thereafter left In the direction of the Northwestern station. The detective, accompanied by the father of the young man, hurried to the station and arrived Just in time to see the much-sought-for bridegroom get aboard the train. Toufig Bergman positively refused to be interviewed re garding his disappearance. All he would say was that he wanted to go borne. And he went, leaving this city in com pany with his father. DIDN'T BELIEVE IN BANKS. Rid Her Money in a Barrel and Now 8h to $8,000 Oat, Chicago. Nov. 22. Mrs. Margaret Keegan, living at 612 West Fifteenth street, had a stsong belief that banks were instituted for the sole purpose of swindling people out of their money. and desiring to retain all her funds tn a safe place, selected a barrel, and placed the barrel in a closet ia her home. The amount In the barrel was $8,000 in notes and silver. Friday, during the absence of all.the members of the Keegan house hold, thieves entered the house and stole every cent ot the money. There is no clew to the robbers. Aaa her Borkefelltfr BeeCartbau Poughkeepsie. N. T Nov. 22. The new recitation hall whhth John D. Rock efeller has Just built tor Vassar coi lege at a cost of $100,000, has been dedi cated. ' AB3REVIATEO TELEGRAMS. Trhn TtlaSsL th Mllwanhe hvwe a. companled by his family. H at Berlin. The total ore shipments by Lake Su perior mines to Nov. 1 were tn excess of 11,000.000 grow tons. Or AflA tears nf anMi. nat. ntila -. .K- w wa wwu... - -' m South Dakota experiment Station many give over zo per cent, sugar. Isaac Thompson, believed to betheold- St man in Illinois, celebrated hla im. birthday at Pawpaw Saturday. At a rarty near Moultrie, Oa., Nell Sinclair shot find fnatnntlv VII1o1 Pnh t Register, and wounded his brother Un ion. All the Ecellsh nrtanriera held In rhih. have been released and all the American and French prisoners win be set at lib erty in a tw days. The government ha, derided that th experiment of maklnar enidier nt Indians is a failure and will hereafter employ them only as scouts. China has sent dlnlomatir imiMii tn Great Britain. Russia, and Pkam against the oreunatlnn hv nwmami n. Kiao-Chou bay and Island. Police Sersreant Martin Tvretl nhi cago. went four times Into a. tin house and saved Mrs. Rose Heakin and ner two children from suffocation. Mrs. John A. Logan has been appoint- ed Buaruian ui juiss .cvangeuna ccseio Clsneroa. who has declared h ap Inten tion of becoming a cltisen of the United States. Brigadier General Brooks, commander t the National Guard of Cnlnradn. dleit of suddenly Saturday afternoon at Denver Of I neuraiagia or ine nearu lie was born at: ueiron. Alien. The son of ex-Mayor Creaier. of Chi cago, get a divorce from his wife Sat urday on the ground of desertion. They were married tnree years ago and bad been lovers from childhood. Frank Woodward. Jim Wemnhiu an rayette .Norton were killed and several others seriously and. nerhan fataiiv in jured by the explosion Saturday of the Doner in a mm at Louisville, Ark. The Canadian deen miasioners annotated tn ennfer with similar body representlne: the TTntted States heartily favor the proposed ship canai route irom Lake Erie to the Hud son river. Mello. the soldier who tried tn hill President Moraes. of Braril. haa made a confession showing that the attempt on tne president s life was the result oi a gigantic conspiracy, headed bv many men who hold high offices under tne government. Comes to Collect Her Iranaaces. Chicago. Nov. 22. Mrs. Flone T. Van Schaack is in Chicago for the mirnose of aollectlng $63,000 from Peter Van Schaack, her father-in-law, who, she charge?, alienated from her the alfec tlons of her husband, son of Peter. The judgment was awarded bv New Ynrk court. Van Schaack making no defense on the around that anv ludimient nh. tained there could not be collected In Illinois. Mrs. Van Schaack's lawyer says this Judgment can and will be collected. Engineer and Fireman Killed. Nogales, A. T., Nov. 22. Saturday night near Castta, a station on the 8o- nora railroad in Mexico, a passenger train collided with three cars which had got away from a freight train ahead and were running down a heavy grade, The engineer of the passenger train. George Barker, was Instantly killed; the fireman was so severely injured that he has since died, and the express messen ger, J. O. Milton, was Injured, but not seriously. Two of the Dastards Convicted. Cincinnati, Nov. 22. The Jury at New. port, Ky., in the cose of George Greer, Indicted for criminal assault on Mrs. Gleason, brought in a verdict ot guilty and fixed the penalty at twenty years in the penitentiary at hard labor. An. other of the gang was given the same a few days previously. The thugs a dozen of them took Mra Gleason from her husband on the high road, and re peatedly ravished her. Ki.aqaaKa ran sNtes'NS Damage. Randsburg. Cal., Nov. 22. Two very distinct shocks of earthquake were felt here yesterday, the first at 11:30, the next an hour later. Buildings shook perceptibly, but no damage was dene. Corn soaa. Otta IH&. Hay-Timothy. $9Qe9; wild, $0017. Btraw-Aieal.S0. Potatoes t&itSOe. Butter Fair to Ghoiee. 20fl: fresh ere.amerv 0U. Eirtrs ISO. Chickens ISC8". Turkeys 8c. Ducks A live. To; dressed, lOo. Coal Soft. lOe. Cattle Butobers nay for eon fed steers 4tJ5c; cows and helfers33Ko; calves, HOfS I30J.ZS. Sheep 3K. TniEe:.a Sefi3 THAT'S THE 30 MINUTE CURE THAT'S Any Druggist will sell you a Bottle for a Dollar. fabf what W. B. T. DAVIS, a Wathingto uruggist, aay$: " I rheerfuItT add mv tmctlmmtv tn the offloaev ef Antt-Nevralgktie in severe neuralgia. I have. seen ennrery curen, and nave usea u in two who a If the Druggist shouldn't have it, ve will send a bottle to any address, Charges prepaid, for One Dollar. FREHCH CHEUICILL CO., CHICAGO. AN PEN LETTER To MOTHERS. gB ABB ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TH! EXCLUSIVE USB OF THE WORD "C ASTORIA n AND "PITCHER'S CASTORLA," AS our trade mark. 7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, ( Hyarmis, Massachusetts, was the originator of ''PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the soma thai has home and does now tr on every bear the fae-simile signature of (-&&ZZaZrt: wrapper. This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," wkich has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. VWKtoRErVXJLYrt the wrapper and see that it is the kind you have always ImgU tsT. on the ana has the signature of C4asZorZ&ZU wrap per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex cept Thfi (kntaur Compsxg of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. a j March 8, 1897. &i-.&&. Do Not Be Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in gredients of which even he does not know. "The End You Have Always tight11 BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF . Insist on Having The End That Never. Failed Ton. eoaaaav. rr IsTBUbVANOX. J. n, DUFORP, Gbnbral Insurance Agent. Ts okl Fir and nnw-brlad astasia lew as fay fUahliCetatan statt. Tom patroM bj sencviad II. DETJEHS, Keptesenting among other time tried and well known Fbe Idsux ance Companies the followine: Mra wTorh ttala.Y Smtalo Oarsiss SpriagQarAM Saraisa Fir FMlsdalpbU M....Fosiai m Kaarhaaaai.il H BwBassiabJrs .aUlhvasMs, Wis Office corner Eighteenth street and Seeond srenne, aeoond boot. Tslapaoas IfMTt ColonaSand Stone Quarries m XrmmmmamJ For ehsapasss, darsbUlty sad beaatj SToeUsd by bobs. This ssoae doss aot wash or eolor tas waU witk alkali, eta. Flauasat as for astlatsass will rseslTs earefal attsattoa aad be retnxasd promptly at our tapsBss. Qoarriss IS bIIm from Bosk Islaad oa tba O., B. Q. B. B. Trstas Hos. sad 10 wul stop sad 1st vtsiton oC sad oa. Crli;3 stcss, rra trto tlssSs ted fsv&l.i Bsatplssof Mom sad Paotosot Blldiafi eaa be sesa at Boom Ho. 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