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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 10, 1891
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For Burns, Poisoning, Erysipelas, Inflammation of th_e Eyes or Bowels, Earache, Deafness, Rheumatism, Pains in Side, Back, or . S. Proprietors, PROVIDENCE, S. I. TOAD* SUPPLIED by ROSS GORDON, LaFi-yctte, Ind. For salebyB. F KeeslLrig: I have seen a pure, white Illy Rear its stately, queenly liead In u oloso, secluded corner, Where no ruy ot light was shed. I have noticed 'twas surrounded By unpalnly, scentless flowers, But they did not mur Its beauty, As It bloomed away the hours. Nc 1 Its purity and freshness By the contrast w»s increased; To remember the great lesson That it taught. I have not ceased. As that Illy through the summer, 'Mid surroundings coarse. coiOfl !>:oom, Almost hidden from tlie eiirvs.'ilne. Costing, yet, its sweet perfume, So may lives refined nnd noble Often flourfsh in tho shade, Basking only in the sunlight That their own pure thoughts have made. Though the song they sing may never By the world ut large be heard. In some heart, toil-worn and weacy. Good impulses may be stirred. And the gracious, tender Father Loves that unknown soul the same As the one whose name is written On the broad white scroll of fame. —Clara M. Suucders. iu American Spectator. "AN IMPORTANT CATCH.'' The Clever Ruse of Three Shrewd Swindlers. Opposite the Bank of England and about five minutes' walk from the Mansion House, the residence of the Lord Mayor of London, there was in Leaden- hsll street, in 1879, the shop of a wealthy •watch-maker. One dreary November morning a man entered his shop whose loud dress and louder manner impressed the jeweler disagreeably, lie looked at the swaggering- fellow, sized him up in a jiffj', and tipping his clerks the wink' to be extra careful, stepped forward' and said in his Sharpest tone: "Well, sir?" The fellow was not a bit abashed. "Aw," he said, in an unmistakable low cockney voice, "ye 'ave been very 'ighly recommended to me—factis,! want to get about a thousan' puns' worth of watches from you. I am going to the West Indies by to-morrow's steamer, and I want to make this little hinvest- ment on me own haccount. Now, remember, me good friend," he added, laughingly, "my name is cash—cash, ye know. So I want no fancy prices," but every tiling first-class and bottom rates." The jeweler, keeping a sharp'lookoot all the while, showed him his various styles, and in a very short time the fellow selected about £1,000 worth oJ watches. "Just£D93, 15s, 1 ' said the jeweler. "Very well, 'ere's a thousand puns. Just wrap up the swag and g-i' me the change, will ye?" "You must excuse me," said the jeweler, after fumbling a little while at Ms safe, "but. I can't change this note. Just', sit down a few minutes and I'll send the boy over to the bank. Here, John, take'this to the bank." And then in'an undertone he added: "Just find out if the bill-is good. Don't cash it; I have plenty of change here," The stranger calmly seated himself and quietly conversed with the jeweler. In a few minutes the boy returned. "The note is perfectly good," he said softly to his employer. The merchant was puzzled. Was it possible that he could be mistaken? However, there was nothing else to be done. So he landed the man his change and the package of watches. He was about to inquire by what steamer his customer was •oing to leave, when the door opened and another more loudly dressed individual walked in. He looked at the irst fellow, and, without minding the jeweler, who watched him narrowly, be slapped him a thundering whack on e shoulders and cried out: "Hullo, Jack, what in goodness are you doing "ere?" "HulJo, Joe! where do you come :rom? I bought some watches 'erel" "The dickens ye did! I am 'ere just on the same herrand. And what did ou buy watches for?" "I am going to the West Indies." "By the holy poker, so am I! What steamer?" 'The Jamaica." 'Deuce take, it all, so am I. Well, now, me good fellow, just stay here till !'m done. ' I don't want to carry thr; same stuff ycra do. Just'elp me select." "Of course I will 'Ow much are yon foing to hinvest?" "Well, about a thousan puns." The jeweler by this time had become thor- mghly awake. He felt sure the coup was now coming and he doubled his watchfulness. With due care he dis- >layed his goods, and the two fellows lad soon selected another one thousand rounds sterling worth of watches, ike number one, a one thousand pound sterling note was offered in payment 'or number two; This time the jeweler felt sure that the note was a forgery. "I have just told your friend," said he, that J haven't change enough in my safe. It is annoying, but if you'll kind- y wait a moment I'll send the boy over ^0 the bank with the note. Just make yourselves comfortable, gentlemen; the boy will be back in an instant." In a few minutes the boy returned, and again he muttered: "The note is perfectly good." The jeweler was more astounded than ever. After all he had been mistaken in these two suspicious-looking characters and his sharpness was at fault. He could scarcely believe it. His well-known shrewdness, his knowledge of human nature, needed correction. Incomprehensible! He handed the man his change and package and was still conversing with the two-when suddenly the door was pushed open and a big, burly policeman bounced in. He laid his strong hands on both men. "Jack Halloran," he said, "and-J oe Winterbottom, I arrest you in'the name of the Queen! Steady now, my men, and no fuss, if you please. The game is npl .1 have plenty of help outside. So just let me put these little ornaments on .your wrists, and the quicker you are about it the better all around." The jeweler chuckled. After all hi had been right, and these fellows wen sharpers. Me nodded his head com plaeently as he looked on. The fellows were remarkably good-natured^ though thoroughly crestfallen. They did not offer the slightest resistance. "Mighty hard luck, Joe," said John Halloran, "and just-when we was off for the West Indies, too. Well, say, officer, you am't a-going to drag us through the streets like this, are ye?" "Not by a jugful," answered the policeman. ''Know you and your gang too well. Ye shall have all the style you want, boys. 1 have a growler right outside the door, and ye shall be driven to the Mansion House. And now, sir," he said, turning to the jeweler, "what have these fellows been do- Ing here?" "Bought one thousand pounds sterling worth of watches each of them, and paid me each with a one thousand pound sterling note." "Hold on! hold on!" cried the officer, pulling out his poeketbook and hastily opening it. "Number fourteen thousand three hundred and three, ain't it?" "Yes, yes," nodded the jeweler. "And number seventy-three thousand eight hundred and nine?" "To bo sure," chuckled the merchant. "Both stolen from the Earl of Aberdeen. You'll remember that big burglary a few weeks ago, sir? It was the talk of all London, and them's the fellows that did it." The jeweler's eyes danced with vanity and gratified pride. He would come in as a witness in that celebrated case. All London would talk about him and his sharpness. "Well, I'll tell you what I will do, sir," continued the officer. "Just hand me them two one-thousand-pound sterling notes, and let your young man go out with me and take the watches to the cab. We shall need all this as corpus delicti, as the barristers say, sir. 'And yon, yourself, must come in half an hour to the Lord Mayor's office; we shall require your testimony, sir. Here," scribbling a few words, "here is the name of the case, sir, and that's me own name and number. Don't fail to come. This is a very important catch and will reflect credit on you, sir." The men were marched down-stairs by the policeman, the clerk with the two packages brought up the rear. The men were bundled into -the cab. The policeman seated himself opposite to them, taking the watches on his lap, and all three were driven off ostensibly to the Mansion House, tlalf an hour later the jeweler presented himself full of pride at the Lord Mayor's office, but the two rogues and the pretended policeman failed to materialize.—Jewelers' Weekly. A feeble woman Is restored "to health and strength, by Dr. Picrce's Favorite Prescription. If you're overworked, "run-. dowD," or debilitated, you need it. It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, and a soothing and strengthening nervine, imparting tone and rigor to the whole system. It's a legitimate medicine, too—carefully compounded by^.n experienced physician, and adapted to woman's delicate ' organization. For all the chronic weaknesses, functional derangements, and painful disorders peculiar to the sex, it is an*iinfailing remedy. It's because it is unfailing that it can be sold under a positive guarantee. If it fails to give satisfaction, in any case for which it's recommended, the money paid for it .will be promptly returned. It is a legitimate 'medicine —not a beverage. Contains no alcohol to inebriate; no syrup or sugar to sour, or ferment in the' stomach and cause distress. As peculiar in its marvelous, remedial results -as in its composition. J*' Bullish Speaking; Indians. It is a common mistake to suppose that most of the Indians can speak English, says a trader. I presume not to exceed one-fourth of the Yanktons speak English.. The various tribes of- e Sioux use practically the same language, though there are slight differences between the tribes located in 'different sections of the country or on reservations at some distance apart. But of the Yanktons, a comparatively Email number speak English. About the same proportion of : the Santee tribe uses the language, and the number of English speaking Indians in the other tribes is still smaller. They have much less need of jthe English language now than formerly; The Yanktons have an excellent school where they are educated in their own language. John P. Williamson, the missionary who has been working with .them for many years and whose father before him was an Indian missionary, has reduced their language, to a practical system of orthography, compiled a dictionary, and translated a number of books into the Indian tongue. Most of the Indians can- now read and write .their native language.—Sious City Journal. The Dour Girls. Maude—George told me last night that he was madly in love with me! Ethel—Poor fellow! Perhaps he is. [Ve heard that.-insanity runs in his [amily.—Mtmscy's Weekly. .SIGHTS IN EUROPE. Places That Have Been Benefited by Fiction. How many people realize that American tourists leave in this country from twelve to twenty million sterling at least per annum? Such is the fact. Docs anybody imagine that they come here to look at our buildings and streets? No. Upon reflection, nobody can fail to see that the main reason why the bulk of them visit us is to see the places made memorable by Shakespeare, Johnson, Scott and Burns, Dickens and Thackeray, George Eliot and Charlotte Bronte, Blackmore and Black. The indebtedness of Gradgrind to romance is, therefore, by no means inconsiderable, particularly when it is remembered that we, too, spend a considerable sum yearly in the same direction. Shakespeare has indirectly bestowed millions of pounds on the inhabitants of those places with which his name is associated. Not to mention Stratford-on-Avon, there is, for example, Rochester, a town which unites recollections of the great dramatist and of Dickens. Near Wad's Hill stands an inn on the very spot that Shakespeare doubtless had in his roind when writing that sceno in Henry IV., where FalstafE meets with the "men in buckram." Round about, as everybody knows, are many buildings and districts made famous by the creator of the Pickwick Club. To this neighborhood American pilgrims come in shoals, either before going or after having gone around such bits of Dickens' London as still remain. Scott, even while living, enriched whole districts. When "St. Ronan's Well" was published tire notables of the little town honored in the roraa,nce"'votedby acclamation," says Lockhart, "that the old name of Innerleithen should be, as far as possible, dropped thenceforth, and that of St. Ronan's adopted. Nor were they mistaken in their auguries. An unheard-of influx of water bibbers forthwith crowned their hopes; and spruce hottles and huge, staring lodging-houses soon arose to disturb woefully every association that had induced Sir Walter to make Innerleithen the scene of a romance. Nor were they who profited by these invasions of the genius loci at all sparing in their demonstrations of gratitude. The traveler reads on the corner of every new erection there 'Abbottsford Place," 'Waverley Row,' 'The Marmion Hotel,' or some inscription of the like coinage." Such was one case in point. The interest in the works of the Northern Magician has since his death, scarcely, if at all, diminished. Abbottsford itself is still so popular a resort that the fees paid by visitors amount to about £400 a year; and tourists go about in as great numbers as of yore, the "Lady .of the Lake," ".Marmion," or one of the "Scotch novels" in hand looking up the places they have long pictured in imagination.—Cassell's Saturday Journal. Enthusiasm In Chicago. "Whoop! Hooray!" yelled the Chicago man. 'What's up?" queried his companion. 'Niagara Falls are on the move in our direction. In the course of time Chicago '11 have 'em. Hooray! Woop- ooo-ooopee!!"—Munsey's Weekly. Medioal Item. First Doctor — I had a very interesting case the other day. The diagnosis was all right, but the course of the disease was decidedly abnormal. Second Doctor — What course did it take? First Doctor — The patient recovered, •Texas iH It Came in Her Drefcmg Burglar (flashing his dark lantern)— Wake up, here! Don't you make DO noise, nutherl Where's yer vallybles? Elderly Maiden Lady (moving uneasily in her slumbers)— Why, Algernon, this is so sudden, so — so unexpected I — Chicago Tribune, SYMPTOMS OB LIVEK OISFASE I 'MSB of appetite; bad breath; bad taste in be mouth; tongue coated; pain underthe houlder-blado ; i n the back or side— often inistaken for rheumatism: sour stomach with flatulency and water-brash; Indlges- lon; bowels lax and costive by turns; headache, with dull, heavy sensation; estlessness, with sensation of having left oraet-hlng undone which ought to have jeen done; fullness after eating; bad temper; blues; tired feeling; yellow ap- peanince of skl.n and eyes; dizziness, etc. Not all, but always some of these indicate want of action of ttio Liver. For A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do oo harm and has never been known to fall to do good Take Simmons Liver Regulator ' —AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOB Malaria, , Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation, BilionRnCHPt Kidney Affections, Jaundice, Mental Depression, Colic. A PHYSICI-iN'S- OPIJTHW. " I have been practicing medicine for twenty years and have never been able to put up.ivcgcta- _ ble compound that would, like 'Sij-nmon* Liver Regulator, promplly nnd effectually" move the Liver to action, and at the same time aid (instead of weakening) the digestive and assimilative powers of the system. L. M, HIN-.-ON, K.D., Washington, Ark. T GEXUINTS K^y our Z Stamp in red on front of wrapper. J.H.2eilia k CH... Philadelphia,. -a. 6nui7 llttte fortuncRhnvc.licen mnflcw work for un, by jVunn Pncc; Austin, _ '" IXIIB, jind JllO, Uonn, Toii'iJo, Ohio, •c cut. Olhrm nro doing FIB well. Why lot you? Some t'lirn over c-fiOOtOO A noiitlt. Yo« cnn do ilic work and live r it home, wlicrevur ymi arc. Even be- jrlnnenr nrc ciislly cnrninjr from f6 10^ 10 » dny, AH flgc*. We wtiOW yoD how r »nd MJiri you. Cnn work hi *pnrt!.iini* or All tin* lime, nip nioniiv for vrorlc- Kjiilucc nniinoivii n r ti.inp them. o.,IIux Have you a Pittsburgh,, •Rochester, Duplex, or a Student Lamp? • Do they work satisfactorily? Do your Lamp Chimneys break? You get the wrong sort! The RIGHT ones are the " PEAKL GLASS," made by Geo. A. Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh, makers of the celebrated " Pearl-top" lamp chimney, which have given universal satisfaction.. ThcdyMpcptic.tlicdcbilitatcd.wbeth* or from excess of work ol' llliud or body, dr£nfc or exposure In Hegions., Trill find Tutt's Pills the most (rental restorative ever offered tho suffering Invalid. Try Them Fairly A vigorous body, pure blood, strong B aud aclieerr ill minil will resull SOLD EVERTWHE3.E. CARTER'S ITTLE IVER PILLS. CURE Elck Headache and relievo all che troubles Incident to a bilious state of tho system, euch as JDizaineas, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress aftac 0£ting..2ainin the Side, &C. While theirmoBi remarkable success Jma been shown la curing , SICK EeaiSaehB, yet Carter's litfla tivOT JPffl* KM equally valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing thisana»yinKcomplaint,Vhile they also correct all disorders of the B tomach^tlnmlate tlia liver and regulate tie bowels. Even if they only cored Acla they -would be almostprlcelesBto tic so wh9 Etif/er from this distressing complaint; butfortu- Bately their goodness does not«ndhera,andthos» whoonce try them will nnd those little pills Taltt- Bble In r>o many ways that they will not bo willing to <Jo without them. But after allsick bead Is the bane of «o many lives that here te where wemsio our great boast, Ourpillscureit-wMIa others do not. Carter's Little Liver Pfflsnre very small and very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, bntby their gentle action please all who use them. In vials at 23 cents; Eve for $L Solo by druggists everywhere, or sont by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. SMALL PILL. SMALL BOSE. SMALL PRICE GOLD MEDAL, PASIS, 1878. I.BAKER&CO/S Breakfast Cocoa from which the excess of oil has been removed, is Absolutely Pure and it is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in its preparation. It has more than three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with. Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economical, costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, EASILY DIGESTED,' and admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persons in health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. • W. BAKER &. CO., Dorchester, Mass, Ciieap JLands andHomes iu Ken* tucky, Teiinesee, ALABAMA, Mississippi and Louisiana. On the line of the Queen & Orescent .Kou&e. can be found 2,OOU,Oi;o acres of splendid bottuiu, op-; 1 . land, timber and slock lands. Also the finest; fruit ajid uilneral lands on t)K> conllnwii tor eal« : on favorable terms. . , FARMKBS! with all tliy tjeUii'K eel a limae in the sunny South, where bllzzuids :tud- lc* clhd ; plnlns are unknowti. The Queen & Crescent Route Is M Mllen tb« . Shortest and Quickest Line • CinciBati to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. • ••• Entire Trains. Bagyngc Car. liny Coacht* aud Slfeuem roil throiigb w!;lioii! ch;iu;;e. the Shortest, « Hours the Qnlek*ssl Cinclnnaii to Jacksonville, Fla. m 1 A Systematic Primer of the Typical Forms of Modira Music, by W. S. B. Mathers. Price, SO ceots. .lust publii-liod. A SA3IPLE COPY will bo i;ci",po • p:i;d for 60 cts., pn.vidnd this piineris meo- tionnd. (JliADED CATALOGUES of ST.INBAKD ^lliSI'JASj (XUIPOS1TIONS. Vocal ODd Jnatru- uic-jtal, \- il! be Bent FKEE to any addrcus. ASTKJ3 P. 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L;L ai Jriles the Shorfc-sr Cljjcliinatl U> LexiiiKTun, Ky. 5 Hours Qulckpst Cincinnatit<> Knoxville. T«I;I. ll«31Ilwitlie Shortest .Cincinnati lu Atlxnta' «iid ••'.Augusta, Gu. 114 Miles the Shortest CiiuJnnati tn Ann^too *!«.,;' iff Jliles the Shurtflst Cincinnati TO BinninKtrtui. •'.'Ala.. 16 Mlle-s Sborwsr Cincinnati to Molti!*-. Al«. Direct connections nt New OrlewitaudSlirrvfiiwrt For Texas, Mexico, California.^ Trains leave Central Union Depot, Cincinnati,; crossing the Famous High' Bridge of Kentucry,-" and rounding the base of Lookout MounUni.. ; Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Trains. " Over One Million Acres of Land in jUftBinu. r»w.. future Great State of the South subject to . : pre-finptlon. Unsurpassed climate. For Correct County Maps. Lowest. Rat** aud fnll iiartlculars addres, D. G. EDWARBS, <-n:i> •. Passenger & Ticket Af?ent. Queen & Crescent Ronte. Cincinnati. O. BABY CARRIAGES! We make a specialty ol roftnn(«c- taring Baby Carriages to Mil <H- rectto private partice, ' You. ; cnn, therefore, do oetter wlra on t-; than with a dealer. Wo send C«*- ;. hriaues to all points within 700m!le«<"; of Chlcaco free of charge. Beml. 1 for catalogue. - v.; ; .; . : CMS. RAISER, Mfr., 02-64 CljtonrnlTe.. Cfcb«i>k ffl.';: TEXAS • I FARM LANDS I At present valuation will make men rich daring i;^ the year 1891. 'Jhe most conservative admit tt« .-as truth of thiffUBsertlon. , ~ SI It isnoui known tAot the finest wheat IcuiS in tht tmrti . ; ; .g|S andsuilaMc tor-all ston.1! grains and firolta »nd (n -':?'& many Instances cotton aro. •' " M In North and West Texas Texas farmers have^an enormous home market ;;'|$ UB well as - ' .. '< . .,-- -... . - / - -»3a Twetoe Thousand Miles of Railroad and Quean-Outlet -^M for their surplus crop. Here farmers are able .to.; : wS| work out of doors every day in the year, and stock -'-" wDaleverequlcyt.Qey.nave in toeir lornns UU/IUK --'* the cbean lands of T^eas: And In many Instance*,;; clearing tbo price ol the kind Ir»m their flrfct yearer crops. The latcstcensus shows that few farmers in- .Texan have their funos mortgaged. The Tezu.< : school fund to the largest of any coramonwoaltttinv the world, acerecatlnK In cash and lands some sixty-.:.: millions of dollars. State taxes are ten cents on the; hundred dollars. • .-M .-'.//',.,, We simply aet as ".gents in the Satoof Ian|||i Consequently give tbo same attentloat cat of tue buyer or Investor as to the seller., have now for palegood agricultural lands for Ji—.^.. time to ten dollars per aore, accorcilna to locMiOD.;.; These lands will double in value In three yesra. ~wif:-:, canlnvestmor.oyinlil-liL'radc first mortiaigeg for.:, non-resldonts ieortajr m jf" cent. Wo do not mato/y any charge for commissions 1'roin buyers or lenaerft r .-- ofruonay. II yon want afaraioramorteasewrlte:: ; us. Forr,WortiicltyprODcri.«--.iBnccIalty. werefep,.;' [)y permiseion to the l^iratN:itionr.lEanlc,tho.Clty.V, Jfatlonul Bank, the Merchants National Bank, all or;,.' Fort Worth, and tho ifnn \VraaChamber ot Com- i cierce. Correspondence Solicited. , . '. THOK3AS: J.' HlifJiLEY, : ". -.:.- norrAToii. HTtrNioii' 1 A;. EO^JS. CosrstEitctAii •' PAJ'Blt, MOllTi3ACi:Sl .V7«X> IIHAL ESTATE, '-'/: Hurley Oifiee Cuiibinn. Forih Worth. Te«*.'-- • Perfection Syrlnpe free with ' bottle. Prevents Stricture. Cures Gonorrh ud Gleet la 1 to 4 dayn. Ask your. Drtiggiit^'.-- tor It, Sent to anv address for 81-OO. A.JdreM,, "•' HAMUPG CO..LANCASTER.O|t Y CBII bf fnrucrt nt ourNR^VlinBOfworic," .,', rnjHiny and !ionor«Hv, t>?'th«« O<" '• L-iiUcr m;x, youitRwr uld, nnd In their.:.own Jocnlitivi>,T>-lior«vcr t hey Jive. Any' "• ou« can do ihc work. Eit«.v to ]enm. '' ;'. We slar: you. Xo risk. You «»B (3 spore momotiid. or nil your time to the vrork. This I* »•..-?? ety new ltind,aiM brings -n'Ondi-rfill sUcCCW totverv worker. , ; iiK-m itrv «amlnp from *x*S to WO purwtck and upwnnlv.' , niorr ftftttra Ijitlo axpcriencu. IVc cut) ftimf*tyou llroctn- : - umu and Leach you KIIKK, Na snticiUo exittttm hot*. Fwll Do M tester ' - IN— STOCKS, BOMDS, If so, trade \vitu a reliable firm who have b.td ti'u years experience, and .ire mcrobcrsjsf the <!!in Htn Board of Trade and Stock Exchange. Who. do. business strictly on Commission. Refer to liUituut • Trust and Savings BanK, Chicago. C. A. WHYLAND & CO. We send fre; of charge our Daily Market Reporr' •»i?.d Circular or: npplication. 'merest allo'wed on monthly balances. I CURE RUPTURE; m m DR. HOWIE'S ELECTflIC TPUSSESf Have Cured JO;OO'>'Knptiir<!S in 15 Keur*. < "I sufferod with ft (Ipulilo ruptiiro 5 yet" Ti'-r Kleo-;4 trie Truss cnrcd ma In 3ife juouths, ,1 G PHIIPPT." . Sept. 24, '90. •Tonr Bl"ct-lc Trww oirdd my rnrturo af 15 yoars. Mils. A. UOUOHTT." Absecon, N. J. ^ •1am cnmd wmnH (Cud well hj -wparlne your Electric*; Truss. R. HARVBT/'Duvls City, Mowa. AUR. 17,"00;,,-,;;} The only B*HM'n«,BI«'trle Trww «»'' Jtclf Cnn>ltl»«? In th<- wnrM. (t«.i»omllln»tr<it<>(l li«o', "I'Kt fw.«a»' j OR. HORNE, INVENTOR, 180 WABASK AVE , CHIC* '

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