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THE AllGUS, MONDAY, NOTEMfcEB 21, 1892.
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snare Dairy f0 nr mania; WMtlj St M
snaem; In tdniKt $1 .M.
II MMntlutoi i of critical ar lrn9
ilktiKwr, political er reilirieea, bui have
lies wtU te printed over Setlia as elfmalaree.
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MOSS AT, Votmbii tl, 183
Cokgressman Sfbisgeb 8 plurality in
the Thirteenth d strict is 4.718. Be rt
eonsiilerably ahead if the ticket in !
moil every county in hia district. Hia
Tote was more than 500 in excess of Alt-
Wahren County Democrat: Though
de'e-tted Truman PUntz has. nothing to
ret re i and n.uch f r congratulation. Be
m!e a fpleid d fight kgaii el treat odda
and actually cut the democratic mijirity
in ibis district all to smithereens. It
will t ke odIt one more lirk at it to de
stroy it for vt-r. and that lick will be id
snlrist n l i' 84.
' Bemaekkd toe Union cf Ba'urday
aoriiinL: "A citzens' committee has
been formed in Kansas City to fipose
and turjiBh ti e election officials and wari
workers who are charged win having
perpetrated jror-s frauds on and before
elecii n day More than $1 0 Kt has a
rthdy bttn sutctitel to cirry od the
ion. Ii in unnecessary to say that the
if metit hns been started principally
by republicans' and backed by the bt tt
people of all parties it will be vigorous!
pushel to a consummation.' Ia view of
the Net that it comes on: be best authority
tha- f 500 of that fund whs run nbuteii by
the demccia ic Kansas City Times and
the o her by the Kansas Cuv Star, an in
depeodett paper cf democratic proclivi.
ties, Uat citizens' committee does not
appear to be very hard after the demc
Meadlea Are Very Ancient.
The needle ia one of tha most ancimt
tpleanenta or Instruments of which we,
ve any record. Tha old time needles
Wre unlike tha modern luxury, they hav
faa; been made of wood, bro&sa, bona, ere,
And without area, a circular depression a
tha blunt end baring been so faahiooad aa
ia enable It to carry tha thread. Pliny da
aerlbea tha needles of broose which Ten
maed by the ancient Greeks and Romans,
and wines bis day similar Instruments nave
Man found in comparative abundance both
at Herculanenm and Pompeii. The first
account of the manufacture of "white
Jroo," or steel needles, says that they wera
Bade at Nuremberg, in 1460, and, while
the exact date is la doubt, they are said to
Tbave been made in Britain as early as 1545.
The acconnt farther adds that the first
needles manufactured in England wera
made by a Spanish negro, who died with
out having tauplit any one his art.
During the reign of Elizabeth the Indus
try was revived, and, strange to say, also
by a foreigner a native of India. The
forerunner of the present great Redditch
tteedle manufactory was established by
Christopher Greening and a Mr. Darner in
1650. Many unsuccessful attempts were
xnade to bring oat the "drilled eye" needle
before it was finally introduced in 1831.
Two years later the "burnishing machine,"
with which the eyes of needles are highly
polished, was completed. In this ma
chine, which is very simple, the needles
are all strung on a wire, which revolves
rapidly, thereby imparting a beautiful
mniah to the eye. St. Louis Republic.
The Marks of Foolish Boyhood.
Mr. B , a wealthy and respectable
physician in a southern city, died a few
months ajjo. lie bore throughout the
greater part of his life a strange cross, of
which no one but his most intimate friends
When a lad of twelve years B , like
anany other boys of that age, grew restless
and discontented with home. He ran
away, and for a year was a cabin boy on a
ahip. While there, ambitious to be deco
rated like the other sailors, be had a word
of coarse meaning tattooed upon bis arm.
Before the year was over he repented of
bis folly bitterly, and returned to be for
given, and taken back to the old pure life
and tenderness of borne. The "wild oats"
were sown, the outbreak was over and
soon almost forgotten by his family. He
was an earnest, hardworking student,
and an affectionate son, and grew np into
an honorable, useful manhood.
"I might," he once said to a friend,
"have forgotten that wretched year with
all its damage to body and soul, but for
that accursed mark. I could never wash
r scrape it out. There it was with its vile
meaning stamping me for life. I was al
ways conscious of it; always in fear lest I
should expose it to my wife and children.
They knew it was there, but I hoped that
they would somehow forget."
It was visible even after death. A friend
covering it closely said, "It is hard that
so good a man must carry to his coffin the
sign of his foolibh youth." Youth's Com
panion. Wasting Medicine.
Mr. Thrifty Doctor, I don't think much
af that cough medicine of yours.
Dr. Cnrem I am very sorry to hear that.
What is the reason?
Thrifty Why, there is so much of it
Curem Dead waste?
Thrifty Yes, I hadn't taken more than
quarter of the bottle when my cough had
entirely disappeared, and there is the other
three-quarters just thrown away. Ex
change. A Joker A Dions Iiirda.
The Llutjayia a practical joker. It is
bis habit to conceal himself in a maps of
leaves near the spot where small birds are
accustomed to gather, and w hen they are
enjoying themselves in their own fashion
will suddenly frighten them almost to
death by screaming out like a hawk. Of
eourse they scatter in every direction, and
When they do so tha mischievous rascal
gives vent to a cackle that sounds vary
each like a laugh. Yankee Blade.
FAMOUS HUNTING GROUNDS WEST
OF THE BIG MUDDY.
Sport for the Adiu
OoUu Hills ud the Bad
and Hairy Game Caaioc
Killed Ska Bu
The most accessible aad atfcraetavahsia
tng grounds la tha United Eta tea arc tha
famous Coteau and Bad Land. Dusk ad
prairie chickens are found la tha greatest
oomberc on the onto edge ef civilisation,
where they can feed la comparative secur
ity In tha wheat fields.
The Cotaaus are a range of hilla, or rafier
a region of hills, occupying a strip of cam
try as large as the state of Maasachnse'.ts,
on tha east side of the Missouri river. 1"he
settlement there Is scant, owing to the
billy nature of the territory. There are uv
ea m arable small lakes and meadows i.nd
patches of timber. It ia a safe feadng
ground for deer and tha most desirable
kind of a resting place for duck and gescA.
The big wheat fields of Dickey, La Mocra,
Kidder and Wells counties extend to the
foot of the Cote ana and afford conveni jut
food for the myriads) of prairie ohictsas
which fatten there.
When the Co tea us are first entered a
scene of desolation forces itself upon Che
vision, but this is soon relieved by a mag
nificent perspective of water and landscape.
The mountains are singularly abrupt. "( al
tera which at the season are luxuriant
with vegetation and fragrant with bloom
ing flowers wind among the hills. Lovely
fresh water, with aurface smooth as fili-ss,
shimmers in the sunlight. Myriads of birds
awaken the echoes with melodious war
bling. Small game of various kinds is al
most constantly in sight. The hunter can
travel for miles without detecting the ret
sign of civilization. The name Coteau. or
Coteaux, means the bills of the Dakotas,
or of the Sioux (Cutthroat) Indians.
Deer, antelope, coyotes, badgers tnd
foxes disport by the waters of these moun
tain lakes and offer excellent sport to n; to
red who seek for it in that direction.
There are still a great many beaver on the
creeks which flow from the hills into the
Missouri or the James. This is the prairie
chicken season and hunting parties are
thick along the foot of the hills. Them is
simply no limit to the game and the f in.
After a month of duck and chicken sheet
ing the sportsmen begin deer stalking In
the Coteau. There are co swamps or
marshes to make travel wearisome and
alow. There U no timber to beguile and
retard the hunter. A person geU over the
hills and hard prairie at a rapid pace, sad
the opportunity to come upon the der
feeding in the big meadows is excellent
In the MLvourl bottoms north of I I
marck there i big game, and the hunting
there is carried on successfully in the win
ter months. There is less chanoeof getting
lost along ths Missouri than in the Cotes us
and Bad Lands. The river country U tim
bered, and oa that account Is made the
winter quarters of large game. While the
talking is comparatively safe, it is hud
work la that region, and is not followed to
any great extent by visiting sportsmen
after the stormy season comes on. Far riv
ers living aloes the Missouri get a gcod
' many deer every winter, but hunters can
do better along in October and November.
Rattlesnakes are thick in the river bot
toms during the warm weather, but af -er
the sharp frosts of October have set in tl ey
are seldom seen and do little harm. A
great advantage to sportsmen anywhere
east of the Missouri is that there are no
rattlesnakes. Farmers and old frontiers
men do well in the Missouri country dur
ing the winter, cmetimcs making big
j money out cf de-?r, but tenderfeet will be
more comfortable out of there af ter tho lit
One cf the mcKt interesting places on
earth, as well as a fine hunting crround 'or
1 lare game, is the Bad Lands. For W ild
and weird scenery, for curious formatlc ns
and for opportunities to get lost the Bad
Lands leat the world. It is incomparable
so far as the northern frontier is concerted
for a wild outdoor life. There are some
buffalo, but more bear. Dear are common.
There are some mountain sheep, an oc. a
aional wildcat, any number of wolves aad
a variety of feathered game. There .re
the wildest kinds of canyons to traverse
and the steepest kind of hills to climb. No
man can pass a week in the Bad Lards
without having adventures to relate.
Hunting in that region is rough and w.ld
enough to satisfy the most romantic turn
of mind. If a fellow wants to test Ids
nerve be can tackle a cinnamon bear or a
panther. It is a fact that the Marquis da
Mores killed a cinnamon there single hai.d
ed and alone, after lying out all night to
find the brute. The marquis used only a
bunting knife, but a gun that will throw
an ounce bullet three-quarters of a mile is
much safer. As a nerve tester, however,
De Mores took the proper course.
A hunting party going to the Bad Lands
needs to leave the railroad at Medora or
Glendive, and drive or tramp twenty or
thirty miles. Then they will get clear of
the cattle ranches and find good sport. De
cember hunting tours for deer are beco n
ing popular. A little snow is an advan
tage, and it is seldom as deep in that sec
tion as it is east of the Missouri, or at y
where in the Missouri bottoms.
Wisconsin and Minnesota hunters who
are accustomed to spending a week or t-te
with an expensive outfit in shooting half a
dozen or a dozen mallards may think they
are having fun, but theydonot know what
sport is. Duck are slaughtered by tue
hundred in this country. Colorado Sun
In bis latest book Mr. W. Hudson cor
rects a common error concerning the pun. a,
by stating that on the South American
pampas this powerful animal never attacks
man except in self defense, and that even
an unprotected child may sleep on the
plain in security. Mr. T. B. Comstock, of
Tucson, A. T., confirms the statement,
adding that many other animals of reputed
ferocity including the grizzly and cim a
mon benrs interfere with man only under
strong provocation. He finds the same to
be true of venomous reptiles and iusecti
as the rattlesnake, "gila monster," tan n
tula, scorpion, etc. which bite only wh-.-n
escape seems to be impossible. Even t ie
Brazilian bor constrictor does not seek I. u-
, man victims, and natives about tropii a!
rivers declare that the alligator harms
only druckvn men. Ohio State Journal
Men Always Look for Votes.
Isabella Beechtr Hooker says a man U Id
her recently that suffrage for women wot Id
mean the death of chivalry in the mascu
line nature. "If yon vote like a man, y au
can stand up iu the horse car like a man. I
would never rise to give you my seat," s id
"In that case," replied Mrs. Hooki-r,
"when I have a vote, so many men in t tic
bone car will jump to offer me a aca I
shan't need yeurs.1 New York Beooadi r.
FeWed the pea. slant the sUver
rtahthed tha tender, tearful aeacs ba i
The osarelai aote that like a kogla
Wnaaa cokeee sound trota eat a fadiog past.
0 araei year. O years that sawed as (act.
Taking the ehoteaes aad tha test of euas,
Itlsalrnc Ufa's snwmsra aad tie sweat heart's
Crashing tha paarss that are batora as eaakt
Thus from etir eeatary, era we tarn the pc,
A spirit aualh, one who nvevad oar moods
IPrum Crlmaan ebargaa te tha paaoe whioh
O'er aonllt maadows and la twillcbt woods
Tha altruistic gnulua of oar im.
-Howard Jamas ia Kate Itatt Washictoa.
yoong Lady waa once talking with a
vary young and very smart man, who waa
inclined to air bis knowledge of tha lan
guages a little beyond what she felt that
modesty required. She therefore said to
him, with an air of deference to his supe
"You are a Latin scholar. I wish you
would tell me how to pronounce the word
The youth, with an air of kindly patron
age, replied, "I have not met the word iu
my Latin reading, but I should have no
hesitation in saying that it should be pro
nounced 'so-met-i-raes' " (jriving it in four
syllables, the accent on the second).
"Thank you for telling me," replied the
girl demurely. "I have always heard it
pronounced sometimes, but if you say the
other way, that must be right."
This is similar to the perhaps familiar
catch of the pronunciation of "bac-kac-he,"
which will often surprise the uninitiated
by proving to be only backache. It also
reminds one of a question printed some
years since, as to the way of spelling
'need" to need bread. The average per
son will reply "k-n-e-a-d of course," but
the answer will be, "that is the way to
spell knead dough, but not to need bread."
Harper's Young People.
The Wonder of All Wonders.
Sarah Jessop, of this place, was one of
the most wonderful of Georgia's many
natural freaks. She was a colored woman,
and when I saw her last had a 2 inch
iron cylinder passing through her breast.
When Sarah was very small this passage
appeared as a simple dent or cicatrice. At
the age of si x years it was sufficiently large
to admit the thumb of an adult and ex
tended entirely through the child's body.
At a later period about the age of thir
teen, I believe a local physician inserted
a metal tube as a protection to the girl's
Internal anatomy. When the size of the
cavity or passage increased the cylinders
loosened and dropped out, whereupon
larger ones were regularly inserted. When
Sarah died (from other canses), at the age
of twenty-three, the cylinder was a frac
tion over two inches in diameter and passed
through Lrr breast between tha lungs,
coming out at the junction of the ahoulder
blades. Augusta (Ga.) Cor. St. Louis
A Rig Blunder.
Some years ago Willie Blair, the "queen's
fiddler," wa playing at a ball which the
Prince of M ules had given to the domes
tics connect i d witn Abergeldie castle. The
dancers had bceu rather exacting in their
demands upou the musician, and Willie
was In no very amiable mood when the
prince himself entered the room unob
served by the fiddler, and stepping np be
hind him s;iid, "Play up the 'Lock of For
far,' Willie." The old man, without look
ing round, and thinking it was one of the
servants, growled in response, "Aye, an I
with yon were a' drooced in it!" The
prince laughed as heartily as anybody at
the mistake a good deal more so than the
tiddler. Scottish American.
The Chinrse Wy.
In its wr with England and France in
IS.'9-GO China was easily conquered and
forced to a humiliating peace. The Peking
Gazette, the official organ of the govern
ment, however, reported the following con
cerning that treaty cf peace:
As the western barbarians have admit
ted their wrongs aud humbly solicited for
peace, the emperor in his infinite goodness
has granted their prayer, and, moreover,
has made them a present of a large sum of
money (indemnity of war) to enable them
to begin an honest life, so that they may
not again lie driven to murder and rajiine.
Detroit Free Press.
White Animals Among the Jap&nese.
A white fox is often mentioned in the
Japanese fables, and a white serpent ap
pears in their pictures of Benten, the god
dess of fortune. Among the Japanese, as
among the ancient Greeks and Scythians,
white horses were dedicated to the gods,
and are still attached to the larger temples
of the country. The milk and butter of
white cows were formerly prized as a med
icine. Ixmdon Globe.
Rreathlog of Insects.
Insects generally breathe through spe
cial pores in various parts of their body,
and if these pores are closed by oil they
are suffocated. Any one may test this by
dropping sweet oil on the thorax or back
of a wasp. It very soon dies. For this rea
son oil has been found one of the best
things to use for the destruction of in
sects. London Tit-Bits.
An Abbreviation Explained.
The origin of the symbol "cwt."for hun
dredweight is as follows: C is the initial
letter of the Latin word "centum," mean
ing a hundred, and wt are the first and
last letters of the word "weight" and are
used as a contraction for it. Brooklyn
Diphtheria and Smokers.
It may be not generally known that four
men in every six use tobacco; yet a medi
cal man in Vienna asserts that diphtheria
is thrice as prevalent among smokers as
those who deny themselves the luxury of
the weed. Chambers' Journal.
The Paris Jardin des Plautes owes its
origin to a florist, who, in the time of
Henry IV, grew all sorts of native and im
ported plants, to sell flowers as models to
the manufacturers of embroideries and
The glowworm lays eggs which are
themselves luminous; however, the young
batched from them are not possessed of
those peculiar properties uutil after the
Emphasis is laid upon the necessity of
watching closely for the first fluttering of
the pulse in diphtheria. Such a fluttering
predicts dangerous heart failure.
The cry of young seal when wounded
or about to be attacked resembles that of
a child in distress, and tears flow from its
The knife, though very old, bad not come
into common oae aa a table utensil ia tha
fit-" Mtehtter Than the SUpper.
Tha eflbsaey of matches aa a cwnauttonal
mrrtlTr was damoaetrated yesterday npon
one of the annex boate. The passengers
included a family party of three husband,
wife and Bttle boy of five yrara. - Before
the boat left the slip the child proceeded te
show that be was very badly spoiled. He
was a pretty little chap, bnt hie boldness
and mischievous ways made bim anything
but popular. Although be went co far as
to throw the band satchel of a passenger
from tha swat to the floor . with an accom
paniment of wry faces, hia mother said
never a word. She was of the languid
sort, and seemed too weary of tba world to
even breathe. ' The father was kept busy
admonishing the youngster, but with little
effect. Finally he dived down into bis
pocket, drew cut a matchsafa, aud open
ing it extracted a match.
"Come here!" be commanded as be
walked toward the terrible infant and
made a feint of lighting the match.
The little fellow, thoroughly frightened,
ran to his mother, crying, "Please don't,
papa; I'll be good."
And he was good during the rest of the
trip. New York World.
Great Men Who Danced.
The ancients regarded dancing as a nec
essary accomplishment. Socrates learned
the art in his old age, while Plato, in his
"Common weal t b, " ad voca ted t h e establi sh
ment of dancing schools. The Romans
celebrated their victories and pastoral fes
tivals by elaborate dances. They excelled
in pantomime dances, from which the bal
let was evolvi.l. The Emperor Domitian
forbade the senators to dance, and for so
doing removed several members from the
senate. Grave statesmen and politicians
of high degree have excelled iu the oldest
of the arts. Lee J. Vance in Popular Sci
A Do j Well Trained.
Sir John Lubbock has succeeded in train
ing bis dog to distinguish a card with
"water" on it if it wants water, one with
food if it wants food, and so on. The
dog soon learned to distinguish the blank
from the written ones; then he learned to
attach an idea to some of the latter and
was finally able to fetch to his master the
card which corresponded with bis wish.
To pet a single meal he had to fetch some
eighteen or twenty of these cards. He
made no mistakes. Atlanta Constitution.
UotKi's Srssp&rilla sisnds h the head in
the medicine world, admired in pioper
lty and envied in merit by thcutandg of
wou!d-te competitors. It has a larger
sale than any other medicine. Such suc-i
cets could not be won without positive
Hooo's Pills cures constipation by re-
ptnatalic action of the alimentary canal.
They are the best family catholic.
t'jpse sua cv -tl.2t
. J-.s and
Roks c i X'.osC aru? .
$5 1 MOUTH 1
Cstarra 'Bfk'aered is a'ee treated at lbs eni-
f nrtoI tSsarnlh. cardicia. a free. For all
eil er direifrp tbe rate will he kw sac eaifena,
a: d n i mportioa te the actaiJ cost .f the atedl-
All ja wiita aspiring fcr trsttrrert at tkePentt
kted eal Institute before Hev. tt. will he treat
ed aw til era at lbs eniform rate ef fs net
B'mii. nemeine,! tail late ea y aotca iee an
il Kuv SO. 18VI.
Scsd vbat Miss Arderrea taif :
A key of Maine. IlltnoU. whe visited a avaa-
As lsterview with Her P.erardisf He
Treatment There A Hearty sad
Kiss Anaa Anderson, of hteUce, III., cm te
Daver port recte two months eo and applied to
tbe Scott Midical iBFtitBte for treatment. She
said that (ke had teffrred from ILronle Catarrh
for some eight years.
A reporter be taterriswed Mis AalertOB a
few days ago was nceivtd erdially and given a
plearant li-ttnlew, tbe substasce ef itbice is ts
"Catarrh almopt wrecked my wholeryttcm. Va
til lately I have turn sick fortbepart Mi or ehht
vears ana toot treatment irom a oamDer or pby
ricians witboat relief. Ine dreads tat sccb a
hold on my systfm that U had eaten a bole throngb
my pa'ate, my neee woi-ldclog np, I had a heavy
discharge ef mucosa Into my throat, violent head
ache, roaring noises in my cars, weak eyes and
my throat war sore and pntii3 me when I swal
lowed. My stomach wusoat at erdtr aad food
"I could no sleep at eight and I became er-
vons. A boot Two montbs ace I placed mypelf on
der 1 realm- nt at the cottMedical Institute. To
u8y i caa tiathfully ray 1 am cured of all my
"My ears nose and threat are all right I am
free froa all my former symptoms J eat well
aad my food agreea witk at. 1 sleep soandly all
TKIATXIH BT If AIL.
To Tas Pi sut: Tbe STfUsa of mail treatment
panned oy brott Mtdlral Insulate gssrantees
the same ffert ve rrsnlts to those who desire to
submit their cates throuk corresTandenre as to
those who come in ne.ann. Tbrlr "onettlon
I lank," if properly Ailed oat, will diairnove jour
cr iu a uoroei-e way, ana as meaicines are
promptly shipped, those living out of tha city have
tne same acTasiaga as those was came to the cf
are Sua a.
Write fortbe treatment bv maJL medicine free.
and rid yonrelf of tbe mnstpniafnl and aanoyiag
imn ia uc catalogue oa aemaa uia.
cctt Medical Institute,
221 Brady St., Davenport, Iowa.
. CVIB AMXKICAX BXPBIRS CO.
f PEC7A1TIKS : Ca arrh and all diseases ef
She r ar. 1 hirst and Lanes, nervosa dis
ease', skin diseases, chroaic diseases
offioa sean:-a to 11 a. ex, S to 4 p. m , 7 te I
t Imtnt Prens Rut!
.. swinYs&rio i uncrl
r aiTla Anf 1, u. r. .
JT aui v m a-jsmm as.wa arjansy mkBnS
I aa a Trav'lina: na? I T!i tc!! you my pljii.
In spite cf fe'.i temptation
I purn:e my c'J vocstion.
I'm still a Trmv'ling man I A jo:.y 1 airbenk man f
For he himself has said It,
And it's greatly to his credit,
That he is a Trav'Ifnjf man ! That he is a Fair-bank man f
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?oM hy Traveling men and Grocers Everywhere. Alanufactured only by
N. K. FAIRS AN K & CO., Chicago, 111.
Patroniae Home Indnstry and
-1ERRI K'S SPOOL C01T0N. -
It la Six Card Soft Fir if b. i ell Treasure, and is eqnally well adapted for Hand and Maehiut
eewing. For sale or
sod Cry Steed Bosses generally.
MERRICK THREAD CC,205 Firth Avenue. Chicago
ntCORPORATlD TJHDKB TUB STATE I,AW,
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. ra.. and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five war cent Interest paid on De-osits. Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or R.es.1 Estate Security
F. I MfTCli BLL. Free. f c. DKNKMANH, Tice-Prea. J. M. BTJTOBD, Cashier.
F. L, Mitchell. S P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmanc. Oorn Crnbangh, H. P. Han.
Fhll Mitchell, h. (Sunon, S. W. Hnrst, J. M. Bnord.
Jacisos A Hubst, Solicitors.
BT-BBgan eaeiness Jnly 8. ISfcC, and occupy the southeast comer of Mitchell A Lynde's new
Is bow Kisated in kis new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
gr Light shoes a specialty. Opposite the Old fund.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIMBERLAKE & SPEJJCEB, Props.
You can save money by trading at the OldfReliable'
5 And io cent store.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Glassware and Wooden
MBS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SH0E3
set's r me Shoes a specialty. RTOtrfngdona neatly and prompt y.
A share ef yoar patronage respectfully sc.icited.
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