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THE BELIEF IN FAIRIES.
JT 13 SMD TO STILL EXIST IN SOME
PARTS OF THE WORLD.
A Very Pretty anil Ihrralc, D.lasion
m.r.-r i.,r me i luidrcii Tf.an Some
Otlur Thing That Are Not So Old.
Two Little Iairy Tales.
In countries whore a good !eil of Celtic
moort yet remains pure and untainted with
Teutor.io or S;-,i'.i li!iavi!in a linceriri" be
lief in t.iin.v m;iy still be tr iwd in remote
part.' A few years aco an old man in the
Isle of M,i:i solemnly assured traveler
ttiere tliut tie t.i:!si-lf h;il one ni.,'ht beheld
the fairies ut their revels in si ch multi
tudes "that there was quite a thickness
ircinenjvus oi inem," ami uo amount of
stent ica l luestionin could shaie the old
man in his belief. At the present day, in
the wilder parts of Cornwall, a quite
genuine belief in bein "pinky led" pre
vails. "P;,kie" (pixie in Derot ian) is the
common Cornish name for fairies, and cer
tain mU-hievous sprites among them are
supposed to derive great plensii -e in entic
ing uu wary travelers across the wild moors
and hills from the right paths and leadin"
them .!,-rievoasIy astray. Aftor landing
De ur.iucKy wight m a bog h burst of
merry la.igtiter in the air genera, ly informs
the traveler who his guide has ijeen. The
only way to circumvent these id ry sprites
is to tarn the coat inside out before ventur
ing across n desolate expanse. That they
have a certain command over the powers
of nature is shown by their having the
power to blind and bewilder the traveler
oy throwing a fog around him, so that he
cannot trace his way.
WHAT "At'NT JOAX" SAW.
The following account of thc irpersori.il
appear;-. nee is preserved in a tile told bv
old wives in the neighborhood o 1 aniorn.l
beyond iVnzMuee: An old wom.-i:: called
"Aunt .I.ian," when on a visit K afei-hbor
popularly s:j;r.()sd to be a white witch
rubs a !;uie oh.tim-ia she finds hidden
under some ::-n upou ..ne of her eves, and
the rcstnr is that when opened her eyes
"the place was full of sprites ant: spriggans.
In all the f.dds of the nets and sails hang
ing from the beams troops of om.ul people
were cutting all sorts of capers. The little
creatures were tossing up their heols, wav
ing their feathered caps and fins as they
launched up and down on the merest bits
of st icks or green twigs. Numbers of them
were swinging in the cobwebs that hung
from the rafters, or riding the mice in and
out through the holes in the t hatch.
"I noted that all the little men were
dressed it, green, pinked out with red, and
had feathered caps on their heads, high
riding boots, with silver spurs on their
heels. . Their Indies were a', decked out in
the grand old fashion; their towns were
of green velvet, with long traius, some
looped up with silver chains and UIls or
tassels, others had their traits sweeping
behind them as they walked in grand state
up and down. They seemed to think t here
was nobody in the house but themselves,
prancing about in their high l.eelel shoes
sparkling with diamond buokles. The
little women ail wore high crov- ned steeple
hats like mine, with wreat hs cf the most
beautiful flowers of all colors around
them, sprigs and garlands on all the other
parts of their dress and in their hands as
well, flirting their fans in the laces of the
men. They were the sauciest little mor
tals I ever did see. What puzzled me
most was to see so many sweet flowers
with them at that time "of 1 Le year. I
spied some ugly spriggans seated in the
dark corner looking very gloonv, because
they are doomed to guard the treasures
and do irksome things the merry small
people are free from. A troop of the small
people entered, playing such sweet strains
on the pipes, flutes aud other instruments
they had made with green -veils of the
brook and t-helis of the shore.'
Then follows ;m account of 1 ow the fairy
band approached the old dame Cliuiiance
(the white witch), and cast bunches of the
herbs ir.to lu r apron, with wh.ch she made
healing si hcs ami lotions. As soon as
these fairies retired others ca ne forwa-d
bearing in their hands unopened flowers
of the foxglove, from which th-v poured
magic dyes, which no sooner touched he
dress than i. was changed into velvet
others hud silver cord on t he quillings of
the petticoat, and decked the old dame ou.
in all manner and variety of f owers. The
house is covered withmarvelo is tapestries,
and tue old dame so transformed with
her fairy attire that Aunt Joan gets fright
ened and hobbles off, but on glancing back
with her un.uiointed eye sees Dame Che
nance in her ordinary clothes sewing; but
on looking with the anointed eye the 'fairy
scene is again revealed.
LITTLE "BOBBY GKIGL.V.NS."
Another story relates how a man, cutting
furze ou the heath, fiu-.ls among the bushes
a tiny figure asleep. lie was no bigger
than a cat, and dressed in a green coat,
sky blue breeches and diamond buckled
shoes. Uncle Billy takes him home to his
children, who make great 'riemls with
him, and call him Bobby Griglans (grig
lans Ls old Cornish f jr heath). lie is a gay
little creiiture. who sings a id dances for
hours together, with a great j.bhorrence of
dirt or dust. lie only drinl-:s milk, and
ats bl'icklHTries or hips and haws. They
keep him a few days, but am ng the furze
one day Bobby and the children meet a lit
tle man aud woman, t lie man dressed just
as Bobby, only wearing ridiLg boots with
silver spurs. The lirtie wo nan wore a
green gown Fjiriukled all over with silver
stars, i b.jr ii'J le steeple crov-ned hat was
wreathed with heather peichl on her
golden curls, and the pretty soul was
wringing her hands a-cryiug, "Oh, my
dear and tender Skillywidde . where ever
canst 'a Ik- gone to, my only j-y?" "Now
goe back," said Bobby to the children;
"my dad and mam are come. Here I am,
By th-: time lie said "lie re I am" the
little man and woman and Skillywidden
vanished, and were never more seen. The
children got a good thrashing for letting
Skillywidden go, for if they had kept him
be would have Bhown their daddy where
crocks of gold are buried, ar d they would
all of them have been rich.
All things pass away, even our children
now will scarcely deign to own belief in
one of the purest fancies that ever entered
human imaginations, and winch in former
days great poets deigned to t -eat as a by no
means despicable belief. Fairies are whole
somer diet for our babies' mi ids than anec
dotes of great men and dilcted history of
human endeavors and fail rres. Let the
children keep their fairies its long as pos
sible, for fairy reverence meaus simple
faith iu goodness, and it do no harm for
a child to see fairies in ti e cups of the
flowers, even if he afterward has to learn
all that can be learned abotrc vegetable tis
sues and coloring matter in solution.
Years ago Jewish women of the higher
classes were secluded from public life, and
passed their time with the d .staff and spin
dle. At marriage the cemmonie lasted
-aeren days. , ; -
AN OLD BOOK.
Musty anil yellow, sadly worn.
The anei.-nt tome appears;
IU iwige hlottnd, thumbed and torn.
And blistered o'er wl h tears.
Tii broken cover, here and tiicra
Stitch-d fast wk-li fa-.l.'d thread.
It. j;oidec ii'tt'riiijrs n..-e fair,
Xu turn.M a dia-y red.
Upon the fly leaf, bl iii-red by t:rjte,
'I'lie words -I love .von-' siand;
And underuiiaoh a childish rhyme.
Writ in a c. iidioh hati I.
Ati.l farther down the yellow i>
Our nume.s tre- side, by siJ.i,
L: ieUers lon smee dimmed by a,7B,
bi.t jvnecd in boyish pride.
And :is turn tins musty leaves
My .-loaded sibt ros l-ur;
Aud magic fancy 'round me weaves
'1 lie vei oi nieniorie-s ue.:r.
IVe'ir.led here, unread, u.-r..uon n
Kxcept by hr and m
Is now a cbiidi-u love bas grown
To glad maturity.
Our little joys we whispered low
Ah o'er these leaves wo beta ;
O'er them our mingled tears did flow
Of jrrief or discontent.
Our lives s.emed larger then than now.
More broad our bom's and fnars;
Ah : love alone has dared to grow
ileyond our childhood's yearn.
Thou precious book : More dear to me
Than volumes thick with cold;.
What love sous could more perfect be
Than on thy leaves is told?
Around thee cluster memories sweet,
Unchanged through changing years;
In thee the past and iiresrn; meet
With mingled sinLVs and tears.
New Method of landling Clay.
The great trouble experienced in the con
struction of the St. Clair tunnel, in remov
ing the still clay as it oozed through the
apertures of the advancing shield, brought
out the fact l h.it clay can, under some con
ditions. In- manipulated much tatter by
means of a drawing knife than by a shovel.
The clay of im tunnel was so" stiff and
sticky that ordinary shovels were bent out
of shape in handling it, an 1 narrow, long
biaded English ditcning spades had to be
imported for doing the work. It is stated
that a journeyman cooper, who was out of
a job, secured employment as a laborer in
the tunnel Ix-fore the work had progressed
He was unaccustomed to the handling of
both shovel and spade, but said he cJuld
make a tool that would beat them every
time. AVhen lie
brought an odd shaped draw knife, made
of a piece of heavy band iron and two
wooden handles. The cooper's fellow labor
ers greeted the novel tool with derh.ion,
but they changed their tune v. hen they
saw that it. shaved down the clay twice as
fast tis it could be chopped out with n
spade. The engineer in charge quickly
recognized the value of the simple adapta
tion, and all the l.tborer.s were soon fur
nished with the new tools. New York
One Way of Securing Girts.
A charming woman in the habit of enter
taining a great deal said the other day,
"When I want anything very, very much I
give a party."
"What iu the world do you mean?"
asked she to whom the remark was made.
"I mean just what I say," was the laugh
ing reply. "Whenever I want a new fan or
a lace jiocket handkerchief or a different
l it of jewelry I invite a large company of
people, and 1 am sure to have some one of
these things left in my house. You may
think it remarkable that no inquiries are
made for them. Sometimes there are, of
course, but iime after time elegant things
have lteeu left behind, and nobody has ever
claimed them. Naturally they have be
come mine. I remember One thing in par
ticular. It was an exquisite vinaigrette of
cut glass and silver. I took pains to leave
it iu full view on the mantelpiece for sev
eral months, but nobody seemed ever to
have s-?p:i it before. It was pretty notigh
to have been a bride's. Can any one bl.-.rue
me for u.-iiiig it now ?" Xew York Sua.
To Cool r;i;j Guns.
On the assumption that the rapid heat
ing of the interior shell, while tiie outer
shell is ci'.ii'.piraTively cool, is the chief
cause of the bur-ting of great guns, uu in
ventor proposes to cool ihe gun after each
discharge hy the rapid introduction of
Ihiie;ied caroonic acid gas. He claims that
his special mode of doing this, used iu con
nection with a peculiar arrangement of the
powder chamber, by which it is much con
tracted in area r.t the front, end. can lie
utilized in discharging high explosives.
His theory is that the released gas goes out
tatweenthe projectile and tin; liore, and
keeps the former from beating. Whatever
may be the merit of this theory, there
seems to be no authentic record of its hav
ing tat-n put into practice. Boston Tran
script. Wrought Iron ('hiiiineyn.
A French official industrial department
issues the following recipe for preserving
wrought iron chimneys and chimney flues
from oxidatiuu: Brush over t he inside of
the pipe with a mixture of coal tar and
pine tar. Then 1". II it with wood shaviugs
and chips and set (ire to them. The tar is
thereby cab ined, and adheres to the metal,
and also covers itself wit h carbon. A pipe
so treated will last many years longer than
one which is Kit tin protected. New York
New I'se fur the l'ulx. meter.
The pulsomcter is now used for tiling
the tenders of locomotives with water!
The pulsomcter it-elf is of the ordinary
pattern, connected with the steam tanks
and feed valves by flexible piping, and
when not iu use is carried on the tender.
When about to be brought into requisition
it is simply lowered into a convenient
stream or lake by suitable means, and its
application to this purpose is said to le ex
tremely satisfactory. New York Commer
An electric balance has been devised in
which the placing in the pan of the object
to be weighed closes an electriccircuit, and
a motor carries the weight out on the taaia
uutil an equipoise is established, breaking
the circuit. With the emptying of the pan
the weight returns.
The finest specimen of physical manhood
oa a European tliroue is King Oscar of
Sweden, in whose royal veins there runs
tery good red plebeian blood, with but lit
tle of the real blue article mixed in it.
His ancestor was Napoleon's marshal, Ber
radotte. Birds occasionally display a curious rest
lessness licfon; the occurrence of severe
storms, just us many animals exhibit a
similar sensitiveness iong before the immi
nence of an earthquake has been observed
Extremely stout women of good taste al
ways wear black, because its tendency is to
reduce the appearance of size, an effect
which is heightened by softness of textur
and simplicity of style.
THE ARGUS, FRIDAY.
OTATE F UBIO, ClTT OF ToLKBu, (
Lucas Cocmr ( 88
Frank J. Cheney makes oalh thai be is
the senior partner of the firm of ?. J.
Cbeny & Co.. doing business in ihe city
of Toledo, county and state af rcsai.i.and
that said firm will py the sum of one
hundred dollars f.r each and evervo.se
of catarrh that cannot be cured tythe
use of Halls Catarrh Cure.
Frank J Chkxey.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this Cth day of December.
A. D.. 13SG.
f ss0 1 A. W. GbEASOX,
y Koury Public.
Hall's Cutarrh Cure is taken intirna'.ly
and ct3 directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Smd
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHtNEY& Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by drupgints, 75c.
Senator-Elect Peffer. of Kansas, be.
lieves in women suffrage and prohibition.
How lonely be will le in the United
Do you know that you can
buy a chimney to fit your lamp
that will last till some acci
dent happens to it ?
Do you know that Macbeth's
4 4 pearl top " or " pearl glass "
is that chimney ?
You can have it your
dealer will get it if you insist
on it. He mav tell vou it
costs him three times as much
as some others. That is true.
He may say they are just as
good. Don't you believe it
they may be better for him ;
ae may like the breaking.
ti eo. A. M Acr.tr u & Co.
The length of the ballet curl's dress is
considerab'y over two feet.
A WOMAN'S DISCOYEKY.
- ' ' n j liao
Ibeenmnde, and th.it, too hy a ladv in
v.:- ........... r: . . .
mta iiruuui. uiiese isstcned its
clutches upon her and for seven years t-be
withstood its severes-ts let,is, but her vital
orcans were undermined unA i.uM.
seemed imminent. For three months she
couched incessantly and could not sleep.
She bought of U9 a bottie of Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption and was
so much relieved on taking the first dose
that i-he slept all night, "and with me
bottle has been miraculously cured. Her
name i3 Mrs. Luther Lntz " Thus write
W. C. Hamrick & Co., of fchelhy. N. C.
Get a free bottle at H&rtz 3c Bibcsca's
The transition from long lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the individ
ual. Such a remarkable event is treas
ured in memory and the agency whereby
the good health has been attained is
gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so
much is heard in praise of Electric Bit
ters. So many feel they owe their res
toration to health, to the use of the great
alterative and tonic. If you are troubled
with any disease of kidneys, liver or
stomach, of lon or short standing you
will surely find relief by use of Electric
Diners. Sold at 50c and I per bottle
at Hartz & Bihnsen's drug store.
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Tilt- Lest sa'.ve in the world tor tuts,
bruises, sorts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or nopey required. It
is Earanteed to gire perfect satisfaction
or monty reiundea. Price 25 ceLts
box. For saie bv Hwtz & Bahcaes.
ADVluE TO XOTEKUS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with puin of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and eet bottle of Mrs.
Winslow's Stiothing Syrup for children
teething. I;s value is incalculable. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. D-.pe.nd upon it mothers, there
is no mi-take about it. It cures dysen
tery, diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the
gum 3, reduces inflammation and gives
tons and energy to the whole system.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething is pleasant to the
taste, and is the prescription of one of
tbe oldest and best female nurses and
physicians in the United States, and is
or sale bv all drug gists throughout tha
world. Price 25 cents a bottle. J
Several yenrs ago Chamberlain & Co..
of Dcs Moines, Iowa, commenced the
manufacture of a cough syrup, believing
it to be the most prompt and reliable
preparation yet pro iuced for coughs, colds
and croup; that the public appreciate
true merit, and in time it was eerUin to
become popular. Their most sanguine
hopes have been more than realized. Over
three hundred thousand bottles of Cham
berlain's Cough Kimedy are now sold each
year, and it is recognized as "the best
made," where ever known. It will cure
a severe cold in less time than any other
treatment. For sale by IUrtz & Bahn
A Keal Balsam is Kemp's Bauam.
The dictionery says, "a balsam is a
thick, pure, aromatic substance flowing
from trees." Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs is the only cough medi
cine that is a real balsam. Ma?y thin,
watery cough remedies are called balsam's
bnt such are not. Look through a bottle
of Kemp's Balsam and notice what a pure,
thick preparation it is. If jou cough
use Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists'.
Large bottles 50c and Si.
In the pursuit of the goon
nis wona we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
af Dr. Jones' Rod CloTer Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
itomaca, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diaeaaaa. Price, 60 ceata. of
FEBRPAKY .3 1891.
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Fir.V Tea v- end ili''-s!I Sotrib' fv
t'eiit to a I'illou fcUt f lLo rj--t t.i. a.4
Ii-z-t. H-iUs, J.-o-.:l- Iju:rv.i a:.tk
ett.np. I'alu u tl.e hi-li Ac Vi.lo their mioS
r&atufcxMa euccna tt 1m-i si.ova iu - S; j
IZnAarlf. yft Cirtr Lit:: Umr FXJ MT9
qually valufcblo in Oonxtiptt t to. niro( ami pro.
Ynatiog thiiannorinKCui;jluut. triiiln thfala.
rorrect all disnrdon of tbOKtooa- tiMtnmUt th
liver and rcgiiUte Hue bowoU. ron U Uiejosy
' Aer. the? would to ahnott jri anlnm to Otetm wr.9
offer froDithiafUiitnsiogoom(laU.ti bulforto
litoly tliolrgoodnuvdeca n.v.nj bcr-i J tbcw
WooncetrrUiouwm find tiieao little pUla vain,
able la ao uuiy vavs that Ui'-.y will net be
Ixg U do wuhoat Item. Hut after allaickkaal
'le the base of re many Mree that hers la vhm
'we make our great boabt. Our p lila cure UvtiUa
Othen do not.
Carter tlulo Zivn TO are verr kttuII aa4
Terj tKj to take. Olc or fro pills make a d .
Zbcy are strictly vt;..-t.ible aal do not p-i?e or
ruiy, but It vatir por.tloacuoa plcaasa wb-
n-etuem. XaTulat2ScecU: &vaf.-Ttl. 6oJ4
lj u. j, jla everTY&cro, cr scat by zaX
CARTER mrOICINE CO., New VeHt.
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Reduced Rates to all Points.
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HENRY C. SCHAFFER,
I ULI H IX
SOFT AND II A ED
Office 1131 S-cool itcnif. comer Fiflri.lb at.
Tilcphone 'o. I0.
Aftr2iyer ijer1-nc la laftlr.t Iastra
meaul Maaic 1 ui promiaeyootn iretaeory sriti
lees Icmoh for tbc leeel BOLry i t ax Uacber ta
unler oar tcperriMon. ien each Jo-nll pnpll.
Teachers wUl aaTe money u order tUcir Moeic
Boots of a. Onc'third off of markid price oa
b'heetsBnelc to every one. Lrare orUcr. aassi&c
aatbor. at my music rooms, lfrt becood stcdoc.
We make a specialty of teacblef laexrleacd
teachers how to teach.
Address me at ligS Brady Ft., Daetrort, la.
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PHYSICIAN AK3 SUCCECS
It tiu Jmilr m'iit Ck G-crtot
q; SKILL and SUCCESS
-KERVOOS DEBILITY. Lost Uts.
rood, f ailing Memory, .racatir. Oraica,
Terrible Dreams. Head and back Acre a i
ViKeH't t -ei J:ng to early decs 7 a-vj crhApCca
'ttinption or lasacity, treated acjctuiltuli fcy ocv
BvtK'vH with Fwr.fu-oj snccrvv
-SYPHILIS ad all bad tload asi Skla
Diseases permanently cured.
-KIDNEY and URINARY coensjlms.
Gleet, Cooorrboea, Stricture. Varicocele and
all iLnextr of ihe Genito-L rury Orcaaa and
pmapthr without iaary 10 Stoaiaca, kjdaeys or
i No experiments. Are and cspcrte&ca
imporuct. Coosultatioa free and sacred.
""All rorretpoodrace it wrrri! ria'
Fotty Y?r' Practice eotlt k I'-r-Cl.tlV t.Coar
antM Car in all Cnrahle Ctv ri tma.
SrreTala. SfHillla. Bladder aa4 KMaey IHa.
eae. I.mrerrbwa and Inaal Trvaklea. I Iter
leaalatat. alarrh, a klos4. Hkia aad rr
No matter ho ass failed to cure yon. srrite
Dr. Clarke a full history of ro-jr cate. Hours.
610; Sundat-s. o to ta Cali oa or addrevs
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
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IE9 Wsiksis Sieii. sCtlRAKlE, VIS,
HORST VON ECECKRITZ. PbannacW
razicRuri a Srrciatrr.
Fourth Are. and Twntv-Third St.
J. M. BUFORD,
LOSSES PRXiPILY PAID.
i-!.r ,- .: . . i. . , ... i J.
'-; .11 .i
John Volk &. Co.,
- Manufacturer cf
Basa. Doors. B'.inds. Si !is F.ovrisg.
aad a'.l klsds of wood wort for bsllders.
StUtEta bet. IlL-rd ana Konr- ae..
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL C08
Imrored Cry-A'l-t J
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and KMaid-a Lane. N. Y. r'aochraiarlon.
Ind. FiTfilel-fT 11. 1 boma. Itrarine. kok
Island, li. h;. S-u ta
Vi'c2lh2r Sf rips,
.We are tbe ICanufaetursra.
D fl tr rtl ae ti! r-tt tVere Contratlirc.
J.DUNFEE & GOr.lP'Y-
10-1 00 Franklin-St., Ctitcaso.
irSt "M.i-Ascs sn wit. i
I r . it-tut-(5 tTn aiikcti-
m. , 1 1 .1 tr.wi, iu.i,.i in Sara
tnstsMataa trial 1 run t. r 1 1 r . i
00U acta. foe lLaC.8. IBS KXSInKAklU,:.
t !a mrwpmu mnv tft Cmmss
' arra. . .
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aa . 4A
rf aUMaatrsii tiik. e.
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saasbf ail , (j m j
I a Id
I U H OF. 01 CFFCN BACHES
J I tilt (III tl'v, nu
ie'loti. want.d" and -Hrlp" sals lawrted
one week la the Han t Arvrs skER.
rnr Kale. hrnt. Eirbat.re and M ieceliaaeona
ants law red m oy st If ier srned; Uroe
dayaat c prt td aid oe sreek at U IT
"C"L"ND-A IV u liandkd Knif er As
a unai.. :-: a nt9 iT at tins f!ire. 10 zt
P OL TAELES FmR rALE AT 1M feEtUND
F'OR SALE A lt.lE AND l.T IK II 19
dU adM!.si. Ni.tth f.n,i I.IslA. srtM mt
' "' tt r at N... ! J . 4 tutu.
ICfcLY KCP.MMIID mn.ll Ffin sTrt
mte-mea at MT Tt.tx-ta street.
WAN TEH-A YotM; van T"k Kit P &".
Dhniirpfik miuih. (l at Kit tore's
meat market, olttmt .l (oiir.h avr-nue and
WANTED A HTt'ATIoN Ab ENClKKES
by a cnsDpoteel yoaac tuaa siba la s4eadr
ad rspsWe; can (arataa beet of referraoe. Ad
drt a Ull 8 root d sre.ne.
WANTED A COOK-MATE BY AH EGI
aeer. a neat foraabed front ronea. Ill TVird
ateate. saavlde. wko only crapie tt 1 tleseaa
sontk for f 1; vr fee two rrmiraira aer
WA"TED MTCATIOX BT U? EVXK
grtie aaamed saaa ; baksd a nusaberaf yws
exfierietire la asert aoti'ie exirme. ; oaa da Ube
fk s&d 1. a ilunc ta aria at aavtbiac nal
thanes for prucooUoa, address sua Micaty.
TTTAXTD-aECECTAKlEH AND OfcOlMZ.
rn wj an am twiiist ororr fiayiOaT f KM tea
MX anotba at an estimated owt af ast.
strTnjtaUe men aod sogm ran amr lilvral
cx pea sat ton . Aodreas M. Xclntyry. Huiwetixi
at anarrr. 1 Area st-, rt mirinh .a. 1'a. Iat
S TED GENERAL STATS AttSST T9
opm readqaartrrs la some t'ntclr.ai dtr. aa
saae etclaalseoncitroltf oar assitaee as4 as
pnint Inral and etib sxetta ta everT ri'y la tkit
tate; coodssreli k Boar a a:apl a ttmr. ta att
e,ral demand, aad i-sy a art -rut 4 U to ls
per ml. Aedns Tat liioi t'carsBT. 14
at ocas cr
1200.00 arid Upwards
For ia'.e. cciirtJ oa laail xortli from
t2irt to vc 1. ice He aaiout
K,t te loaa.
latere ? Der Cent eeml utiCf. em-LA ui
rtaitted fre of cbarra.
E. W. HURST,
ATTGEJfZT AT LaT
S nal t asi t X asosic T mp'.e,
r.OCC LSLAKD. ILL.
THE KQLINE SAY1N6S BAflK
(Ctane4 by Ue LefUtareof HI coa.)
MOL1NE. - ILLS.
Open catty rroca I A. M. ta I P. If . sxl oaTaea
day asl r-.srlkr Sto.ui from to
lalervtx allowtJ on Dcfpoel'j .t !ie rate
cf 4 t Ceat. iv At. tun.
Deposits received La amounts of
1 1 and Upwards.
SECTElTT ANDAD VANTAGES.
Tbe prlrs-a frojfrr 0 tke Trustees la reapoa.
s bieto tb de; iior. TaeoSrer art jecLlU-U-d
from borrow?!; acy of Its moneys. Minors
and marrd somit arotecud by special law.
Omtt-:-i W.Tsinncf, FM'Jtttj roa
rtaKszv Vice rree:dttt; C. T. Utaaa-var.
TarsTs: S. W. Wrae'ock. Vorir klcner.
C. r. H-mrr.rse. 1. J.laa Lrw, . U. Sdarards
Uiram Darhnr. A. s. Wndt. 3. a. Krator. U.
11. Iletnenway, C. Vilrtinm.
? 1 be oc.y ctarrcJ sar'r es Bark is
All, KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A specially of frniUr-f aU klsda
of More trrth Caspars ot txtt
A MACHINE SHOP
bora added bere all kiads of aaackias
work will be do&e trs.lat.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Earls; prV Iters' tiie
rroprrt j Ucb Le Las bad t tilled f A tkt ko
tl bslare. is osr prepared to acooca
fciit L'at.kt;t CiifM.
Day and Regular Boarding
at t ry rrasot tb rioea.
Bs la also ia tba
at th MattVt :u a caaioe lot of Groceries.
r arm praaac a iwciai'.T.
A. D. HUESING,
Pprsetu. amoaf otker lm-trv4 aad Q.
ksoa-a rlrt uaaraxctCompaaata ha foUetnac:
Baialo Germaa la.Ca sl7l!W. Jt. T.
Kcketer Crermaa laa. Csk. Kocaostar T
Caloa las. Co .. of CalUorala.
Mlivaaa Mocaaaict laa. Oa UajaaJkaa. Vas
Oa( rwana. LX
02ot Cor. l&k .. tad oiJ At.
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