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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OV EMBER 28,
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
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n. in. cvriDeclt with
Th: Famous Knickerbocker
Special Solid Vestibule Trains
cnrrjtny Wannr kleepcrs to Clcvc
lantl (car rt ont at this point, pa.
vnrr alliiwed to alecn until t a.
Hi.) and New York. Dining Car scr
virr. Train lra inp Rock Island at 3:30
p m. connects with train currying
Wajrnrr "Ipithts from Peoria to In.
linnaxli and Cincinnati.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
iH prt ((Kit of Twentieth St.
Kotik Island, III.
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP POWDER free of charm:
BUT -OUR LADY" SOAP.
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When yon have
35 pictures of our Anti-Wasb-board
Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
tour office and you will receive
FREE a 4-ponnd package, worth
23c. We make tbia liberal in
ducement to qricklj introduce
Our Lad j Soap and
And holds jrood until all wrap
per on which tbia offer la print
ed, is presented to na.
Warnock Cl Raloton
Soap Makeri, Rock Island.
BEST TOR SHIRTS.
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Kottaw to Contractor.
P-raleA pmiMl mn be rrrivpd at the rlty
clirk'a ofllrr. Hock I-lard. I I.. until Monday.
irc X, Itf.H. at kn'clork p. m.. for the coviror
ittm f a rtanCpipa rl I nn atn- for t e city of
Rock rlaixt. 1 1 ntid f ir ftirni.hirg all the at.
teria'p and dtia i br mrk accord Inv to plafw and
prriflratloB on file t h: el'y cleik't m.x.
All b d mart lie PccomuanMl lti" cciiSed
ebera a tnc nm nf fire hnnitrfd it ) ilMlar,
parr.h eto the oid r of tr. m nr of Mid city,
whtch ha!l hrrnn r fort Ited to raid city, la com
tl c Wduer h!l fnil to crcr to eontraof with
a:irovi-d iiTvtlf to.x.cu'e the work for the
price tut ntoiK' In hit bid aim according to the
plana an anecilicati f ia tho cvcjl that the
contract ball he awa del to him.
But Taland, , Nov. 13. 14.
A. n. II r BSIKO, City Clerk.
T. J. MED' IX, J Major.
STATE OF 1LI.ISOI8. 1
HOC 1st Cot ltTT.
In th- circuit .O'lrt ol -tt1 "ock Inland cnntity,
to the J no-jr term, . I , 1T In chiecrry.
Ilohert ft. Wooohurn. eomplainnnt. va John Ev
an, th etknoun helm or deviacee of Jnba
ICTcna, deceaacd. Nancr vn. the nnkanwa
heir or devir-9 of NncT Cvans, deceased,
tiv'eedant. Hill to qniet title.
Totb" whoTf nmed ef'ttdin'i and eaeb of
them: Affidavit of your Don-rciden having
been Died in th office of the clerk of cl-cuit
conrt. notice i hctvby c ven to yon and each of
on that the above named cnrni lonant h 6 ed
In raid conrt hi hill off comnUint aaint yo on
the chancery nil' of id court; that a tun
mon In cbarcery h been Uaued in Mid rauae
nint yon. returnable to the next te-m uf wild
conn, to be b. mm rd holom at tbe conrt bona.
In the city o Knck laland, in raid county, on the
trr Monday of Jannary A. D. 199.1, t hicr time
and plre yon wlM ppear sd pk ad. or
demur to said bill i t complaint if von aee fit.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, C-erk.
PwamwiT A Wi ieb. Solicitors Io Compl'u
Hock I aland, Illinois, Nov. 13, A. D. IsM.
Notice of Sale by Commtoaioner.
STATk OF ILLINOIS,
Hocm lBLajro Cotjutt. I
I the circuit conrt of id connty. In rhanct-rr.
Mary l.ncr IIUKitika and Kratik P nncjrin. vs
Ilarvry Cbaiw U' g.ini and Ueorgi F. Ki.tB, in
In purauarce of a decre o tid conrt. entered
in aaid rai e on tbe ltr h nay . f Novenih-r. A. P.,
IK, t, lticbvrd A. loual1on. nc( il Co turn
tioi.pr, will on ThnrMlay, tbe otli out of lirnn
hrr, A !.. I'M. t the hour of iro .31 o'clock in
tbe afternoon itf aald d iv. at tue south door of
tne dwrlimir houi rilaiied en t o premire
berrinaft -r deacrirwd. in ths city of Roe laland,
in Mid roanty. txnore at puhlir. aacirnn ami s.ll
io tne ntneat hinder f,- cari In h.md the fol r
Inrr ue r.MMi real etat", Itaieii in tie c .tiuty
t f Rock l-'.nd, and ateof lilinoif. lolt:
Tbe raa: nine tlti eut of lot number twelve
fl!i, amallof lot nnmcrr U irt-en (13 In block
nutntMrr Ititvr (1. lu that pin of the tity ..f Hock
iana. Known aa tne nica"n or i.oer addition,
lmtea at Mou Inland ihi- Jinh dav nt kaipn.
bar, A. U. ItM.
UICOAKn A. ThT)XALiSON,
ftr-ri,l t Oflnmi.! mi r
JacasuB A IIltt, Solk'torj far Comp ainant.
8TTI or ILLrSOli. I
ttOC ISLAKD C'OCBTT. f
la tt.e Circnlt Conrt, in Chancery
January t rra A. D., ltK.
Joarttb McMabia v Rrnrr C. rvmnel'v arimln
ltr jr. d h. n. c. t. a. of the etie oi Kmh n .
forth. Ort.el. et at. Ii c:.uce y. Hill for
Ariidarit of noa-reidcnee of W.lllav P Ttmr
fie. Da lei Kus e. Z-rna- P. K .ucl-a, Cordelia
. aiire. . acy b. Knaie. Willi m Kueclc.
I.yi 1.. fintu Ra-oiW D. Kujl,, Richard M
Kur-nM, Eitw.d . Kncle, oaran v aurjl.-a,
Moriimer K. Riifcle. Gardner Huevle, Lyiia
haffe, t'orieli ranre. Ore P ic. Frederick
Allea, and 'h nnknovn he r and divl.nr.
of Harah R CTob I. deffaaantl. hnvin Kb
Bled In the clrra' othee of ih circuit court
of eaid countr, notice i therefore herrbr
Civaa lo the ratd non-n-tr!crt defendant th t
tbe crmaiinit filed h. h:li of complaint Id
rm court on "o rnanriry iie tnereof.on tr.c sth
day of Nuv.mbjr, ifii, -i,d that thetrup-n a
a atimmub laimd nut o aait rourt. wbereiu id
ait Mai prad n r.-tnrnablc on the 11 ret Mon
oay in the mnnh if Januarr, next, a m bylaw
reonlred kiw, on' yon. the raid no rel
dent defend ml arnv aannd. Will am P. Ung
( , Daniel Ru.lie.Zn I' Hugile. Cornell
raipr. i nev 8. Rnsirlea, William u. R'lxs en, L
dla R. irtt. Namiiel D. Kngiile. Kicbard V.
Kntxle. Edward . Kucr'ra. rtarah !. Hanlea.
Mortimer R Kupule. Uacotnrr Kosalea, l,di
ria, rordell raise, Oren Paige, Fmcerick
Alien, and the unknonn bcir end rllvm...
of Harah B. Cobb, dereaaad, and hll peraon-
ny oe ana pnw oeiore lata circuit conrt
on tbe Bret day of the next term thereof, to bw
boldnu at Hock i.laod In and for the raid
connty, on tbe Ann M Hiday in Jannary nex', and
plead, anawer or d nut to th raid comulai -
' oiti or oomp Binu me nme aoa the matvr
auo wins inerein rnarieainu au.-a will be Uk
n a eonfeaad. and a decree eote ed aain tt 3 oo
aceordingtotbe tirajer of aaid - ill.
Kock Irland, Illiiioi. Nov. 27, l-jttl.
UBORUB w. GAMBLE,
Clerk of aaid tXnrt.
O s 1
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B 17 Mi
Hi LITTLE FLOWER.
to Seat ClBtcWa the Tiar
Treaamre to Her Uruoat.
She found the tiny, tender plant
when first it showed its trembling head
boe the travel worn slabs of granite
that paved the narrow Alleyway which
waa her only playground. She gave a
cry of delight when she saw the deli
cate shoot peeping out from between
the cold gray stones, and from that mo
ment it filled a part of her life that
heretofore had been empty. She nour
ished it with water and jealously guard
ed it from the onslaught of roaming
boys and the too near approach of cart
wheels that came crunching through
the alley, and often did her violet eyes
tremble with suppressed tears as tbe
saw the ponderous wheels rolling so
clora to her treasure.
Under her care and watchful atten
tion it steadily grew, and when delicate
leaves unfolded themselves and disclos
ed to her delighted eyes a blossom of
sweetness her happiness was complete,
and she sank beside it and feasted her
vision on loveliness she had never seen
One day she did not come at her
usual hour to moisten the thirsty plant.
and it would doubtless have perished
but for a gentle shower that came to
kiss tbe drooping head Tbe nest day
she did not come, and the lonely plant
got its only help from the leaking of a
passing water cart. Far tip in one cf the
narrow rooms she lay on a little cot
panting for breath. Her once rosy
cheeks were now pale and white, and
the soft blue eyes shone with a spar
kling glow. Her head topsed restlessly
from side to side, and moans of pain
crept from the drawn lips.
Occasional words broke fsjom her. but
of snch an incoherent nature that none
understood her until a boy came eoftly
into the room and gazed at the suffering
face curiously. "She wants her flower, "
he said aa she moaned agr.in, and like a
flash he sped from the room, to return
in a few moments bearing an alinort
withered plant in his hand. As he held
it aloft the 1 citrous eyes raw it, and two
tiny wasted hands arose from tiie cover
and were outstretched to receive her
treasure. S'.io lifted it to her lips and
rained kisres on the dust covered blos
som, which seemed to answer her caress
in a gleam cf returning fre$hne&.
She sank to sleep, still clutching the
flower to her bosom, and awoke later
with a calm look cf contentment cover
ing her features.
As the hours wore 00 she grew weak
er and weaker until, when the shafts of
morning's golden light first found their
way into tho qniet room, they fell
aslant tbe cold, still form of a little
girl, at whose check nestHtl a faded and
withered flower, mingling itself iu the
faint smile that lingered yet around the
perfect mouth. Atlanta Constitution.
Here and there in the halls and cor
ridors of the capitol the sturdy guard
ians of the public peace, clad in immac
ulate uniforms sit. Pi lent and indifferent,
ruminating, to judge from the slow and
regular action cf their jaws, upon the
destinies of tho nation, though caring
for none of theso things. Fine speci
mens most of them are, too broad
shouldered, healthy Bkiunetl, fair, quiet
men. whose solid nerves nothing could
surprise, whose firm but gentle masti
cation no political convulsion could re
tard. Thry are of a very different type
from the burly New York policeman.
One can hardly believe that they are
really colleagues of the colored func
tionary in similar blue cloth and brass
buttons, who stands in all his glory at
the corner of Fennsylavnia avenue, mon
arch of nil he surveys, whose slightest
gesture could stop even a cable car and
whose lofty stature and speckless clothes
call forth the admiration of the colored
nursery maid and can impose good be
havior even upon fair haired little boys
and make the snggy faced, blue eyed
"toughs" look a little less as though
they had bonght the pavement for their
own convenience and would refuse to
let it even at a high price. Marion
Crawford in Century.
A New York girL Miss Lillie J. Mar
tin, has gone to Germany to. enter the
University of Gottingeu as a student.
She is a Vagsar graduate of tbe class of
1 880 and has been a teacher, occupying
responsible positions r-ince she left col
lege. To go abroad and perftct herself
in higher branches of science, .to which
study she is specially devoted, she re
signed the vice principalship of the
girls' high school nt San Francisco, a
position she has filled for several years.
She hopes to enter the department of
experimental psychology. New York
Lamb and the Seotchiima.
Charles Lamb said he never could
impress a Scotchman with any new
truth; that they all required it to be
spelled and explained away in old
equivalent and familiar words and
phrases. Ho said he had rpoken to a
Scotchman who sat next to him at din
ner of a healthy book.
"Healthy, sir. Healthy, did yon
' "I dinua comprehend. I havo heard
of a healthy man and of a healthy
morning, but never of a healthy book. "
Helen M. ModdawtL.
Helen M. Stoddard, president of the
Texas W. C. T. U.. has been for the
past 20 years an ardent advocate of
woman suffrage. She wai converted by
a lecture of Susan B. Anthony'. The
Texas W. C T. U. is doing a great
work for suffrage under the impulse or
Mrs. Stoddard aud it other progressiva
: A clock with a human face has tbeea
trade by a clockmaker in St. Peters
burg. The hands arc pivoted on the
nose. At midnight tbe eyes close and
the mouth yawns.. About 2 in tho morn
ing the month emits a gentle snore.
This is done by means of a phonograph
iu the interior.
A CALLANT THIEF.
Tkcy Tried to Irccoive Hhat, BMt Be Waaat
A bello went to the theater. On re
turning home after the ptnrfunnance she
discovered that her brooch, which was
A valualila one, Lad been stolen. She
was very rorry, f ; r tho jewelry was A
present. A few days afterward the young
lady received the following letter:
"The writer of these lines has tbe
honor to rutornt yoa that he knows
where your brooch is and will return it
cheerfully uudcx certain conditions. I
do not expect to receive a reward In
money, since I regard it as exceedingly
vulgar to accept money from a lady
whom I idolize as much as I do you.
On the other band, it would be very
stupid in mo to return yoa your jewelry
without tnng some equivalent. Tak
ing into conslrt- ration my consuming
love for yon, I'll retr.rn the missing or
nament for a single kiss from your rosy
lips. Tomorrow morning I will be at
the corner cf street with the miss
ing jewelry. If you are willing to pay
me my price, I will, after pressing a
kiss on tlia aforesaid lips, press the
brooch iu vour hand. No questions
Tho young lady did not know what
to da Site wanted to get her brooch
back, but she did not care to pay the
price. Sli - liit n,on tbe idea of sending
her servniit girl in her place.
Tho ser . aut gi;l put iu an appearance
at tho attainted hour and place. She
was heavily veiled. A well dressed gen
t'eroan apnroaehed and asked:
"Do von accept tho terms?"
"I do. "
Tho stranger familiarly embraced her
after the most approved style, and si
multaneously imprinted a largo 3 by 7
kiss on her mouth that caused the police
man on ti e corner to start. He thought
it was a pistol shot.
"Hero is what I promised," he re
marked after the formality bad been
c-jmpliel with, "but," ho ndded. "you
will tinti it like t!.e kiss, not quite what
it was represented to be, as you are only
the servant, not the mistress," handing
her something wrapped up in a paper.
After to had retired, which he did
i:niaediai :ly, th servant examined the
piper ai:i found tnat it only contained
a picco cf vood. Chicago Times.
PURITAN MARRIAGE CUSTOMS.
SLartlina; Ttlhle Texts Sometime Selected
For the Wedding Sermon.
A marriage, in church was rare, writes
lice Morse Earle in Tbe Ladies Home
Journal, in an articlo on "Courtship
aud Man iase In Fnritan Days. " Occa
sionally one took place in the new homo
of the young couple. This was held to
be somewhat unlucky. Thanksgiving
day was n favorite time to choose to bo
married, as friends were then gathered
The bride was universally advised to
Somethlnc old. sorortliine new,
fckuaelhmc borrowed, something bine,
and though Flie could dress before a
mirror site must not look in the glass
when one her toilet was completed,
else ill luck, in vaguely denned but
positive form, were the result. Sunday
vas real'y tho exhibition day for the
bride. Indeed she found at meeting the
sale pbvcu in which she could appear be
fjre an :Hs:mblel public, and for this
exhibition tne happy pair donned their
finest britial attiru. The bride and groom
and bridal parry opened the show by
proudly walking in a little procession
through tho narrow streets to the meet
ing house on the Sabbath following the
In Lamed's "History of Windham
County, Coun.," we read a description
of such an amusing scene in Brooklyn,
Conn. Further public notice was drawn
to the bri !o by allowing her to choose
t m text f r tlip sermon preached on the
first Sunday of the coming out of the
newly married couple. Much ingenuity
was exercised in finding appropriate and
sometimes startling Bible text for these
The itir tances are well known of the
marriagM cf Parn-.u Smith's two daugh
ters, one of whom selected the text,
"Mary hath chosen that good part,"
while the daughter Abby, who married
John Adams, decided upon the text,
"John came neither eating nor drink
ing, and tit--y vny be hath a deviL"
The Urea of a Royal Bride.
, It is on:y outsiJe of Russia that it is
possible to publish certain details of the
splendid fetjs r.i tending tho marriage
of tho C7ur s daughter. It is contraband
to print in Uussiau newspapers the fact
that at the wedding ceremony the em
press of Russia was dressed iu blue
moiro antique thickly embroidered with
silver. Her majesty's jewels were sap
phires a-vl diairt nis. The dress of the
bride Wua entirely of silver cloth, with
a train of crimson velvet bordered with
ermina On her head waa a large dia
mond ti-ira, behind which was a bridal
wreath, rud then on top of the head was
the small diamond crown worn by all
imperial brides at their weddings.
Some time ago all the newspapers in
P.ussia received an order forbidding in
future an 7 reference to the dresses worn
by the en press oa state and public oc
casions. This was done in consequence
of the Russian newspapers having in
correctly Jcscribiii her majesty as wear
ing a dress which at the time was alto
gether out of fashion. London Letter.
Inoonal derate Treatment.
She had bought a "general admis
sion," and before the first act was over
she clipped down to a place near the
front and seated herself. Two minutea
later an usher came down escorting a
man. . The man held the coupon to the
seat she occupied, and the usher told hT
so. Then she gathered np her skirts an
grily, picked up her parasol, which she
had deposited against her neighbor's
knee, wrathfally scrambled in front of
the three people, and when she reached
the aisle transfixed tbe man with an an
gry glance aud muttered audibly, t
"What cheek some people have!" Chi
CHASING THE WALRUS.
Bow Be I Hnanoened nnd Them Fl'
U Kk Cold Lead.
Arnold Pike tells of a walrus hunt in
Bird bay. to the notth of Spitrbergen
The bay wa full of fast ice, but cast
war,, the sea waa fairly open, and tbe
hunter was rowing slowly back to the
loop when the harpooner suddenly laid
aside his glass and headed the boat for
a black mass which the mirage rnafrni
tied into tho sixe of a small house, but
which was really a walrus.
"Tho walrus raises his head, and we
are motionless." says Mr. Pike. "It i
intensely still, and the scraping of a
piece of ice along the boat seems like
the roar of a railway train passing over
head on some bridge. Down goes the
head, and we glide forward again. The
walrus is uneasy. Again and again he
raises his head and looks around with a
quick motion, bnt we have the sun right
at onr back, and he never notices us.
At last we are within a few feet, and
with a shout of Voek op. gamlir.gr
(Wake up, old boy), which breaks the
stillness like a shot, the harpooner is on
his feet, his weapon clasped in both
bands above his head.
"As the walrus plunges into the sea
the iron is hurled in his side, and with
a quick twist to prevent tbe head from
slipping out of the same slit that it has
cut iu the thick hide the handle is
withdrawn and thrown into the boat
Na 2, who with a turn round the for
ward thwart has been paying out the
line, now checks it, as stroke and the
'hanimelmand,' facing forward, hang
back on their oars to check the rush.
Bumping and scraping the ice, we are
towtd along for about five minutes ami
then stop as the walrus comes to tha
surface to breathe.
"In the old days the lance would fin
ish tho business, but now it is the rifle.
He is facing the boat I sight for one of
his eyes and let him have both barrel 5
without much effect apparently, for
away we rush for two or three minutes
more, when he is up again, still facing
the boat. He seems to care no more for
tho solid express bnll-'ts than if they
were pea, but he is low this time, and
as he turns to dive exposes the fatal
spot at the back of his head and dies.
ia considered and acknowledged to be a necefei
ty. Tbe natnr, of man is opposed to filth. It.
however, tbe cleanting of the boa, I necessary
to health, bow much more nee ary to health
he n'.d wc eonatdcr It to keep the Temple of God
the human body free from the taint of mpur
tir. Dr. Pierce's Gold.-n Medical Discovery ia
like tbe thrifty bouaewifs, gaiog through every
uook and corset, earcbing out l be accumulated
filth, pnrifyln; the system and restoring perfect
It's tbe only blood puriCcr, liver and lung In
Tigorator, to rare tar) certain in iu curative ao
tioo that It can be rold tbroigfa dralera. oa trial,
being guaranteed to enra or money returned.
Whea Baby waa sick, we save her Ckatorla.
Wbrn abe was a Cfcdtl, sho cried for OadorMV,
When she became Miss, she run to 0atorta
Whea aba bad Children, cbe gave them Caatorta,
44 711 OTHERS' . . ,
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and harmless; every ingredient is of
recognized value and in constant use
bv the medical profession. It shortens
8 labor, lessens pain, diminishes danger I
B to life of Mother and Child. Book "To I
Mothers" mailed free, containing valu- i
able information and voluntary testi
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tt per bottl. Sold by AU DrusKWta.
g BBAPFIEU KECVLATOH CO.. Atlanta. .
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rroMrea the Above Ben Its ta SS amis. It acts
powerfully aud quickly. Cures when all other
laiL Y -iui.e men will rrratn their loot manhood
atido:awien will recover their youthful Vicot
by using VITALIS. 1 1 quickly and surely re
stores Nervoiuuie&a, I.okI Vitality, Impoter.cv.
Nigbtly Emissions, Lost Power, railing Mem
ory. Wastin; Disease, snd all effect of self
abase or excess aad tndiaoretlon. Ward off
insanity and consumption. Insist en baring
VITALIS. bo other. Caa be carried ia veat
pocket, li mall. SI. r r packrr. or six for
w.w. woo m pi mure ninmn araafaaeae t ear
S reread the aey. Circular free. Address
CAiAiaurr mumnmt cuanar, riimi. in.
For sale at Kock laland by Harper Boas, Phsr
acy and WUUani CkndeaUi. Drurxiat. Molina.
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
Ribbons. Curuuna and Carpets. It has
no equal for Cleaning House. Killing
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
Tsi lid It. ism Lri USx
"Of A ALB BVANVWMCNg.
PRICE 15 CENTS A CARE OR TWO CAKES
FOR 25 CENTS.
AdftrnasHABoH. Dei Moines. Iora
la Wall street seta ssf ully carried oa with the
aid of onr tally Xarkat Lrtfcv and peat
Discretionary AecoBnt a specialty. Direct wire
f rota our .fficea to all Westvra Union TcUsmuh
ofaces in tha United State.
All Information FREE.
jm v a
10. 41 Broadway. . MXW rOES CITY
nOTHERO, Do You Know ,w,f
J Bafemaa'a Drops, tMfrey's Cordial, many a-vcxlHd boothing fm,,, ttJ"
aaoat remediea for children are conpoacd of iium or tuvriijit ?
TVn Tew. Hjw that ophan aad nwirphhie are tupef ring narcotic r)ur ,
arttnout labeling them persons f
Pn Tost Know that yoa shoalrl not
i yon or your pbrslciaa know of west It
P. T Knew that Oitoria is a purer vegetable preparation, and that ij
Us hnedients hi ptubuabed with enrT bottle t
Xe Ts, Kaiw that Ca-Jorlais the rjrearrrptioa of tbe famous Ir Sonruei r.-.
That A has bees in nse for nearty thirty rears, and that an Castoria is now
of all other remediea for children combined f
T Tea Unsay that the Mens Offlc PeuUueut of the tn.fe4 Fui, ar
cither rxnntriea, have kasuril exxlaalve right to Dr. IHrber and his aaalcns to E tlw
Caatol la " and its formula, and that to imitate tbetn is a state prison iiTi:r ?
Ds) Yew, Knew that one of tho re aeons for granting this government pruterucwai
heeaaae Caetorla and been proven to be as lately harauleaa?
DsTaa Ksaw that SS A swage draws of Castoria are ftinjb4 f r 3J
lissita. nr nnr n r
lEwT Kswttiarharnsnina'of tiu rect ranaraiic your cLiidr ai.,
fee kept well, and that yoa may have unbroken rest f
Well, the tMnwo are worth kaxiwlnc- They an facta.
rfgwatnre of CSjfA&tuif wrar
Children Cry tor
II w -a.,j-y rTi V td' -iia-C:
tl aw i.y sg.-1.- a fV . I. Xfi . .
UaQQtactnrers of FARM, SPRING AND FRFSiiHT
"jj eontpKrte of eiatforrn and other Arirtne, Aarans. e-pec-a.lr widea t- ti
weMva tiade.of .ipeHd wovkTansblp and Cnlsl i: aetra axt Tr-ceL;. fi oe
SectbeKOLI!A WAri' before csrchix
T. F. IttJKKK,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Reck Isfci mating
zii ?:zl:i Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th Sl
Rock Island. III. Tel. No. 1288
ole Aeents for lb ramus.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has thr m.rst replete line of new patterns in imitirtcd
aid domestic suiting in the city.
1707 SEC31D AVFICt.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. Si i Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder
OFFICE. SO: mi SIXTH AVENUE,
City Bua and Express Line
ror Bos or Eipreat Ub telephone ,n.l you will wit.
TIHI3Bar.AgK ft BPEWCta, Froi s.
tcoustradiucgiatsare Dot permitted to sen vom,
permit any medicine to be (tvea your tiij
m cotnposed 7
Wap Co -
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