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THE AUGUS. FMDAY. AUGUST 23, 1905.
GOOD MUD LARKS
UlamJe-s Won Three Straight
From Bloomington cn
WAS A SHUTOUT AT THAT
Only Score Resulted frcn Error by
Herbert Players Roll in
Kork Island at Peoria.
Decatur at Davenport.
Dubuque at Woeimiiigtou.
Springfield at Cedar Rapids.
The Islanders proved the better
mudlarks yesterday and took the third
Uraight from the Bloomers, making it
two shutouts fr the series. There
was hitting enough to drive in half a
l'iz ii runs. e-spe-e-ially on ihe part of
tin- locals, but the base l.nes were soJ
.'.iipp ry that runners could not get
..t.ntt'1 and then they eiare-d not g-i
'-. fast for fear of being unable to
:;, Thiii i: was that a sir.g! by
Ruby and a double by Vandine finally!
. :. . I. - l ... A. ...V.... . 1. I
HIIiil H run III Mil1 Slil.'l lieu IKH H
I .-bind won the game, but had it not.
I . u for a little bobble by Jack Her
I.ti on Kng's warm grounder the
teams might be playing yet.
Th re were al! sorts of poses struck
lv Til- it, lie Idcrs on both s-ide-s. Van-il.iH-
and Sw eoy made as ir.any false
motions owing to the con lit ion of the
;:nnjr'. !s. as !!; rt of th"in. but they
always u:;in;t" d in get the ball there
in time. S viral pretty plays were
i:iab- in this way. Van throwing one
oer to first whili' lie was lying 11a!
on bis back and beating the runner out
on another ecc;iHtn when he was in a
Mil el. ii- position. Sweeney also
.pi a red one on one occasion and
tbriw a runner out after indulging in
:i ro!i in the mul Itni eaeh side made
bit ne error and it. was a cleaner
; an.e than ne would have expected.
on; ;d ting the mud.
Ilnby HlttliiK i.mr.
Kuhy bd his baiting ee and made
: ! b. : J.e first three time up. He
lii fiv'd'i it the third time, however.
I" fue tin- baiter following could get
lorn around. It was in the si'h that
YandtiH t ame up n xt with a double.
Kuby fan for i)ar lift
but the best
b eotilli do was to reaeji ihird. There,
v it'i two out, the chances did not look i
ry promising for bitn to score. But
Kng s-'a mined a svift grounder down to
llertif-ri. w do only succeeded in de
llectittfT it where nobody could get it
and Ruby raced bo, in . Van tried to
billow in, ni st'ciiuil. but Herbert was
I'" la.-; for linn and threw iiitn out a'.
Rock Island's chances were promis
ing in the fourth. Kuby and Vandine
b-iiiig singled, and Eng accepted a
p.is with two out. But Wilson failed
to l it the ji-flilmrc to a safe place and
the chanf ' -a lost. Wilson had a
s ngle with him in the seventh and
was aeiihcid a'etng by Wanner, but
that was as far as he got.
laltorx 4.l l.llllr.
Iiieommgioii bad a man on third
but once and thai wa.s iu Ihe sixth,
w In ii singles by Sas. and Walters put
t lie Icirim r in a position to score, but
two were out by that time and there
LET S GIVE ANOTHER TOWN THE TEAM
WORLD SHOULD BE SPARED
SPECTACLE OF WANDERERS
TAKING PENNANT TO
Judging from rtiiini tits ,n t li- news
4pii it is ihe concensus ef opinion
throughout the Three Eye bague that
1'tesj i. nt lb Hand should a'l a meet
ing o the direeiors to consider the sub
s'lt itioti of sou.e ;her city for Du
buque at once There are several
plin-i s waiting to get in which would
supp ui ;i uain and not make it ne-
i a' to trans-tcr games to other
Fancy a team that bad In en virtually
force. 1 to become homeless wande-rers
on thecircu-.t. winning the pennant and
bunging it back to the town that had
b lack of patronage disowned it. A
spectacle to make the gods weep. It
;s hanll likely that at the gait R K'k
Uland is now tracling this will en-cur.
But something should be done to pre-
lmie even the nil rest jmssibility ef
such a tbmg happening.
ina't !.! (ibrr rmr.
If i eor.red.-.l that the uirier town
i .M.net be borne with another year, for
;i - hn been piev.ously sugges'd. if
w:!l i.e Mipport a pennant winning
TiMin. a I'vitu one, Mich as is likely to
f;'l to - l,- ( itv's lot another year, would
s;re t. dtatli before the Fourth of
.Lily The operation must be per
formed !'. r or later and why not do
v at nr.ee
The weiM f- :Mire of the situation Is
that the Duleique fans should consxnt
to the tr.uisfr of games to ther
towns nn! r any :reumstan-es. This
indicate s a !a-k of !5unk. a d n"t care
spirit that is tnconceivable. especially
considering fhc teams standing. Even
Davenport would not do thai, and Dav
enport squenush enough, goodness
knows- but only when the team Is
The officers of the Dubuque associa
tion ie;tire where they are "at." ac
cording to the foiiing fre-niied waii
from the Telepraph-HeraW :
was nothing doing. Smith reached
second in the ninth but died there.
Wilson was in good form, giving
never a 'pass and having a big list of
ROCK ISLAND. AB. K. H. PO. A. E.
Wanner, 2b 2 0 0 0 2 0
Carlisle, cf 4 0 0 4 0 0
Shaub, rf 4
Sweeney, ss ".
Lister, lb 3
Ruby. If 4
Varndine. 3b 4
Eng. c 2
Wilson, p 3
29 1 S 27 12 1
U LOO MINX; TON AH R- H PO.A. E.
Kennedy.' If 4 0 o 3 0 0
Sass. cf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Herbert. 3b 4 2 1 3 1
Waiters. 2b o o 1 2 3 0
Smith, lb 4 f 1 1 1 0
Ott, rf 4 i u 1 (i 0
Snyder, rf 1 1 2 '
Donovan, c 3 u 0 1 0 1
Selby. p ' ' " &
- i "T-
!4 14 -I
Score by Innings:
Rock Itland u " " 1 " .!
B!o.-)mlngton .... 0 0 u 0 0 l 0 0
'Two lnis- hit Vandine. Bases on
balls Selby 2. Struck out Wilson 9.
i-acrihee hit Sweeney. Stolen bases
Wanner 1 2 1. Lister. Walters. Time
1:2". Umpire Krieg.
Wilson sat down flat when going af
ter one. too. but he got his man at
Sweeney and Vandine could get them
over any old way.
Ruby had Selby's measure taken,
as three singles the 'first three times
That's two shutouts in one series
against the Bloomers. They made but
two scores in the whole 27 innings.
Pretty good, considering Bloom ingt on
is s'ill a dangerous bunch, even if Coo
ners is out of the game.
uhiiinr, .": IVorifl. 1.
Peoria, III.. Aug. 2T. Dubuque made
it four straight from the tailenders by
winning ye-terdayY. game. Z t 1. The
lowans got away frnni P oria in the
third inning, making four runs and
cinching the game. Score:
PEORIA. R. H. I
tJiaham. 2b .
Rigg:;, if ...
Egan. 3b . .
Ki nn dy. lb
Smith, c ...
! Klinkhammer. p 0
Totals 1 6 27 14 2
DUBUtiUK.. R. H. P. A. K.
Thlery, rf 2 2 1 ft 0
Hadley. ss 1 f 2 3 0
Davidson, If u 0 l y y
Buelow, lb 1 1 10 1 1
Reagan, cf 1 0 2 0 0
Hughes. 2b 0 2 7 2 1
Reitz. ;;b o i i o n
Starke, c 0 0 3 1 0
Owens, cf f y y o
Uijliop. p y y y . o
Totals 5 C 27 12 2
Score by innings:
Peoria 0 ) o 0 o 1 0 1
Dubuque 1 0 I ft u fi (i y u 3
Two bat.0 hit Kgan. Home run
Reagan. Bases on balls Off Klink
hammer, 2; off Bishop. 3. Struck out
By Klinkhammer, 3; by Bisheip, 3.
"President Keeley of the local base
ball club is firm in the belief that the
lireciors of the Three-Eye will oust
Dubuque and Cedar Rapids this fall.
A fan said:
Mnay Mntrmrnta Mailt-.
"'The jwapers of the bague have
made many uncomplimentary state
ments about Dubuque which are false
in every respect. It is not necessary
for th'se dope writers to use such tac
tics to inisreprct tit a city. However,
the mischief has been done and as far
as tho.-c pl; i rs are e-oncemcd Du
buque dH sn't care whettur the Three
Eye league wi.-ht s to eject it eir not.
"'We lived before- we had the dis
agr'able business assoeiation with
Mike Sexton, notorious by reason of an
allege d schedule which rubbed it in
iMirmquc. it must ne Known sexton is
a man "of singular ideas enlarged ten
fold by a slight t xuiii.-iini of the crani
um. Mike ran for president ef the
U-agtie a second time and as he had
demonstrated his incompetency, Du
buque was against him. Is: it a wonder
he roasts this city?"
"'For shame on those other bme
eome cities lost down iu the land of
nowhere. It U weil to b ok to a re
pt:tab!e rewspaper for farts. President!
Holland rati satisfy many of the beef
rs by giing out the attendance here.
We c;in give H bt of them a few thons,
and and tlun In at them some. Mr
KecUy realize the combination he is
obliged t.i r" glr Dubuque will have to
take its nu dicjn,. if -irh actions is
"It is now- a question: Will we go
to the Iowa league?
"Without a doubt the compaqy would
be much httTf r."
4 rriar Hapi.1. tm Daagrr.
Iu striking eoturast to Dubuque.
hich has flunked the tcond year out
with a winning team, is the case of
Cedar Rapids, which has stood by Hill
and his crganiiarion through thick and
thin since the league began and has
been turning exit better and
vit-uo hi j fimmrr anu ixiai nun
;iswji-6 uviu .i".'v. .-o one waiiis
oust Cedar Rapids.
Umpire Cusack. Time 1:30.
Decatar, 2s Daveaport, O.
Decatur. III., Aug. 25. Good hitting
in the second inning won the game
'or Decatur. Score:
Le wee. 2b
R. H. P. A. E.
0 13 0 1
.0 2 3 2 1
0 0 2 0 0
0 13 0 0
1 3 10 1 0
.0 0 0 0 0
0 14 10
.2 9 27 13 2
R. II. P. A. E.
.0 0 2 2 0
. o l l 2 0
. o y G o o
.0 0 4 0 0
. o ii 2 0 0
. y o 5 u o
. 0 1 3 0 0
. o o (i ; o
. 0 4 24 10 0
o n o o 0 2
iHo'Connor, c 0 1
, ir ... ......
Burg, ss . . . .
Hughes, p 0
Score by innings:
Davenport 0 " 0 u o 0 0 0 0
Two bac hit Kuhn. St nick out
By Hardy, 5; by Hughes, 2. Time
1 : 3o. Umpire Weston.
STANDING OF LEAGUES
Rock Island 56 40
Dubuque 54 41
Decatur 53 4G
Davenport IS 4J
Springfield 18 49
Hloomington IS 50
dlar Rapids 15 T4
Peoria oil 5!l
Chicago . . .
New York .
I n. t-o
St Louis . . .
New York 7! 33
Pittsburg 72 43
Chicago Cf. 49
Philadelphia 02 5i
Cincinnati fly 51
St. Iuiis !" 71
Bos'on ::s 70
Brooklyn 35 7S
Columbus M 11
Milwaukee 75 47
Minneapolis W 51
Louiswille C4 59
Indianapolis 57 f;"
St. Paul .55 r;.'
Tolede) 47 75
Kansas City 37 82
tirand Rapids 04
South Bend (14
Terre Haute 42
w. l. ret.
Des Moines 75 40 .052
Denver OS 17 .591
Sioux City 02 49 .559
Omaha 58 52 .527
Pueblo 12 05 .393
St. Joseph 31 S3 .272
Rock Island, 1; Blootnington, 0.
iHcatur, 2; Davenport, U.
Dubuque. 5; Peoria, 1.
Boston. 5; Cleveland, u (first game).
H-jfelon, t; Cleveland, G (11 innings,
St. Louis, 2; New York, 1 (first
New York. 3; St. Louis, 1 (second
Washington. 3; Detroit. 2.
Chicago, 2; Philadelphia. 1 (20 in
Pittsburg. 6; Boston. 1 (first game).
Pittsburg. 7; Boston. 4 (10 innings,
New York. S; Cincinnati,
New York, 0; Cincinnati, 6
nings, second game).
St. Louis. 4 : Brooklvn. f.
St. Paul. 1 ; In iianapedis. u.
Louisville. 1: Minneapolis, 0.
Toledo. 2; Kansas City, 0
game I .
Kansas City. 12; Toledo, 1
W ESTERN LEAGUE.
ICi Munet. 7; Pueblo, 3.
Denvei. 14; Omaha, 9.
Pajtem. 2; Evansville, 0.
Wheeiine. 5; Terre Haute, 4.
South Btnd. 4; Canton. 2.
C.rand Rapids, !; Springfield
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SWEENEY IS SOLD
Popular Rock Island Shortstop
Becomes Member of Port
land, Oro., Team:
MUST REPORT THERE SEPT. 1
Preferred Coast Berth to One in Big
Leagues Another Signed to
Take His Place.
V. J. Sweeney, for two seasons
shortstop of the Rock Island team and
this year captain, has been sold to the
Portland team ef the Pacific league
and will report for duty Sept. 1.
This announcement will be received
with regret by all fol!ewers of the na
tional game in Rock Island, for Swec
nev lias been one of the most popular
anel eonsistent players fhat was ever
ct)nneeted with the leacal team, but the
management feels that it is justified
in taking the course that has bee-n fol
lowed. Sweeney is one ef those players whei
is in the game for the love of it and
to see the country. When he signed
for this year he made the request that
if he was ready by the end of the sea
son to graduate into faster company,
that a place be found for him on the
ceast, as he wished to play ball there
for a time, preferring that to a berth
in eno ef the major leagues. Several
opportunities have been offered this
season to part with him to one of the
big league teams, but while he assur
ed the management that he would
cheerfully go wherever lie was sent,
he still prede'rre-d a position em the
e?oast. So, in view of the player's good
record, and the fact that he had made
some sacrifices to remain here in the
face of a much larger salary offered
him early this year to jump tt the
Pennsylvania outlaw league through
Kohley Miller, the ehanee te dispose
of Sweeney to the Portland team for a
snug sum was accepted.
Ti Srnnonsi on o:if.
On the' e-eiast there are two pen
nant seasems each year, the second be
ginn'ng Sept. 1 and closfng Dec. 3. In
order to guard against the importation
by wholesale of big league players af
ter their season has c'.eise'd. the Pacific
bague has adopted a rule that no
players may be brought in fremi outside
leagues after Sept. l. Then fore, it is
necessary for Swccnry to leave before
the Three-Eye .season is flushed. He
will play enit the Peoria series, re
turning here Monday morning and leav
ing Monday evening for the we-st.
President Sexton today stale-d that
in all his baseball experience he never
li&0 1 elcalings w ith a more eonsistent
find gentlemanly player than Sweeney.
He is but 20 years ol age, and it is
believed that there is a great future in
store for him in baseball if he clmnsos
te follow it as a career. Since he has
been with Rock Island he has net
missed a game in which the team par
ticipated, a fae-t that forms un index
to his character. Rock Island fans
will unite In wishing him success
w herever he gees.
President Sexfem attended the base
ball tournament at Tiskilwa yesterday
and while there signed Dave Mulligan.
ef the. Canton te am, who has attracted!
e-onside-rable attention this year by his
wetrk in the infield. The management
AND NOW DECATUR'S OFF THE HANDLE
HERALD TAKES UNWARRANTED
SLAoi AT ROCK ISLAND ON
Though Roe-k Island may have the
most orderly bunch of ball players in
the league, the same cannot be said
of the fans at Uiat city. Milan wa3
rotten, Cusack was a robber. Lynch
anel Weston worse, and imw Mike liw
renco has be-en driven clear out of ex
istence as an umpire as the result of
their ways. If McConnell cemld instill
senne eif the instincts of decency info
the supporters eif the game in his town
that he has into his men, some of the
umpires at kast would come in for fair
treatment. Decatur Herald.
Mnagr Danrrr of laailrr.
What's th matter with the Herald
anyway? Rock Island may have had
some unkind things said of it. but nev
er before has such rubbish cemie frtm
Decatur. Adverse criticism from Dav
enport and Blootnington. and the lat
ter city's irresponsible dope fiend is
something this town has grown accus
tomed to, but not before has an un
just and unwarranted slam e-manated
frcm De-cat nr. and it is a reasonable
presunipt 'on that Jt comes now with
the l-anction of neither the baseball
association, manage nit nt. nor the team
representing that city in the Three-Eye
league. The relations of the two cities
have always been of the most cor
dial and friVndly nature, and it is more
than Jikeiy that the Herald represents
he sentiments ejf the ieople in its
wn city no more correctly than it does
'heise ejf the pe-ople of Rock Island.
Tram Itrprntratatit r of T".
This city is proud of the well be
haved nature of its ball team as reeejg
izci and commented upon throughout
the league, and it takes some satisfac
tion from the fact. too. that its team
so diWicguighed, correctly represents ,
the city it comes from. Rock Island;
has never failed u cbampleTQ decency j
also has a line on another good short
stop in case Mulligan fails to come up
to the standard. In addition, it is pro
posed to ue Wilson tn the infield when
he is not pitching, if the emergency
calls for his playing such a part.
Mr. Sexton yesterday saw Neal pitch
a winning game in the tournament for
Tiskilwa against Bradford. The latter
team was easily shut out 7 to 0. Neal
will report with the Islanders Sept. 1.
BREEZES FROM FANS
Weston May Continue. Umpire
Weston's resignation was due to take
effect after yesterelay's game, but he
will remain here today and umpire the
Davenport game. When aske?d yester
day if Mike Lawrence's resignation
would have any effect em his
plana he replied that it would not.
He wants to get away from the game
the remainder of this sen.on and ex
pects to make his resignatiem hold
goed. He is in receipt of a letter from
Mike Sexton stating that he (SexteuO
regrets very much that he is determin
ed to quit as he considers him very
satisfactory in every rpect. Mr. Sex
ton also inferms him thut he is cem
fident of getting him a good job at um
piring next seasem. Mr. Western will
go to Bloemiingtein temerrew and iay
possibly umpire the series there as a
matter of courtesy to President Hol
land. The work he docs tenlay is
merely through courtesy to the hcal
association as his pay stopped with
yesterday's game. The resignation of
Mike Lawrence will likely keep "Cow
beiy" Weston on the umpire staff the
remainder of the season, despite the
fact that he had been promised his re
lease as soon as the series here with
Cedar Rapids is completed. Weston is
a geiod umpire. Decatur Herald.
Indian to Remain at Peoria. East
man. Peoria's star Indian pitcher, has
decided to make Peoria his home here
after and this fall will act as ceiach
for the Social Athletic club football
'iiitn. Not emly that, but be will play
either quarter or full back on the team.
E;i;4tii;in was for thre-e years a meinbei
of the famous Carlisle Indian school
i: ball team, and last, year coachoel
the Winona, Minn., eleven, his team
ivinii'iig nine ent of 12 games played.
Walters Abie io Be Out. Hank Wal
ters has sr. far n-eovered as te be able
to get out of the hospital for a short
time each day now. He was out
Tuesday evening for the first time
since his accielcnt. The doctors have
advised him to keep out of the sun..
Hank says he doe's not remember
when the ball hit him and ( was not
fully conse-ious for four days. He will
return te his home at Iuisville as
soon as he is able to stand the trip.
Was Royal Battle. Yesterday's dia
moud argument between Chicago and
Philadelphia National league clubs at
the latter city went'2o innings and is
described as being in many respects
the most remarkable game ever play
ed. Only :,ne game of equal length has
been played in the National and this
season's performance between Phila
delphia and Boston of the same length
se-t a record in the American league
The game started early, the intention
being to play a double header, but the
one contest took four hours. Chicago
finally won. 2 to 1, the tie having been
mad in the 1 3th inning. Sparks and
Reulbach were ihe opposing pitchers.
It was very hot and the latter was
sponged down and rubbed between in
in the ball player and te condemn
hoewilumism; and em this account is
the mejre pleased with McConnell and
his me'ii whether they win the pennant
Now, on the umpire question the'
Herald either speaks- without know
ledge of facts or knowingly prevari
cates. There are two umpires agaiu.M
whom Ro:k Island has entered justifi
able protest Milan and Iawrence.
The fttling against the first named be
gan in the seasem of lliol because of
his repeated shameful treatment ef
Thornton, then manager of the Rock
Island team and now the pet ef the
Decatur fans. Milan furthermore gave
evidence? eif prejudice- toward Rock Is
land threiughoiit the season anel this
year began the same factics. He neve-r
thought enough of Rock Island to stop
here, but chose Davenport to this city
even when umpiring here.
Mobbrd In Dnnlnr at That.
Another peculiar phase of the Her
aid's criticism is that this tame Mian
was mobbed and beaten in Puritanie-al
Decatur but a thort time ago. Regard
ing Lawretice. he was lik Milan so
artisan in his fondm for Iri venpeirt.
where- he too. resided, ami fo tinctured
with the spirit eif that city in matters
baseball that Reck Island e-ould net tol
erate him and maintain its self respect
As far as. Cusack. We ston aiyl Lynch,
and still Jater Krieg, and the treatment
accorded to any eif them here. Is eon
cerned. Rock Island Is perfe-ctly willing
to permit them to speak for them
selves. The Herald's accusations as
'hry affect Reck Island's feelings or
disposition toward each of them are
simply miserably false.
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See Us About
We; have the celebrated Webb A: Hall
Commercial Standard, for gentlemen,
no better watch made. Also
liuiiii Special til. rowels
: ' Crescent Street :- " lil JowoIh
Hamilton 21 Jeweln
The Elgin 'J I. Jewels
J. RamSer, Lla.peetor
OppoMit. Harper House, Kock Inland
lins by members ef hi; team after
he 1.1th inninK. The strain was so
severe that the players actually stag
erel fioin txhaubtioii in the last iu
More Trouble With Knocker. The
Peoria knen ker. Thomas Dolu-rty. was
n more trouble Wednesday. He made
inch a noise in the grand stand root
Ilg for Iuhnpie- that the- people about
litn be-gan riMstin htm mere-ib-.-islj .
.end finally he not into a tight. The po
iee put handcuffs on him and bauleil
lim to the station, where he w.- later
released, as no warrant was sworn out
Wright Cut Loose. Re d Wright ami
Pitcher Re.i Motion b;ives been re
'ease-d by Uonntlly. Wrie.ht has not
.een eioing his best this year. When
tie wants to be he is one- ed' 111" best
n Ihe business. Morton has wem but
jne; game for KprlngliHd s;ne-e be was
ecure-d on a trade in which ; rue-liner
-lgured, and his re lea.-e e-ame after
i)avnport Iu I ni.oli- Is bits off him
Itg pcland afterward th.if In- had
jetr playing for Ids reiease all along
and was glad to get out eif the." Thre-e-
Doruer Goes Up. Cu Dorn r. the
'ormcr P'rafur pitcher and now with
the Cr!umbtiH American Associaf ien
team, has been seld to Cincinnati
Blames the Umpire. According to
the Iiloouiingtein I'aiitaLtraph. I'rei
dent Mlllf r. of the a.-s-oi h i-m of th it
fity. who was
IM-diirili I ne ree III
eries. t Iriibotti 1
r em- that the
ies were- om lai;;- iy through the
ork of I mpire Kiie (h. ti".
Don't Lilee the Knocker. A kn-i'kr
is away out of p';i-e in tin- Ileca'ur
Krand :'i:v. Hiring Sunday's iiontil
1 ca'I'-r i'Wt-A'iv. ! ii.:.-fit got tm :- in
the bis erewd and about a eJozen wen'
a f t f r him bet and h avy in the bat eif
en e-ye-. It d'dn't take him long to
Of ' C ' k 9 M 3 r O
o M r .r-i.n a m r Overt
a Good Watch.
leaiu that he was barking up the
wrtwig tree. That uitRht have worke.-d
all right two nioti'hs ago. but ve-n
Mien that is now a eimi recollection of
what might have been. Decatur Her
ald Want to Play Decatur. The White
Seal--, leadeis of the Trolley league of
is'. Louis, have- challenged Iecatur foi
a series of io.-1 s4-ason games for f."ij
and the gate receipts It is likely that
the challenge will be accepted.
A few eeitinterfeiters have lately
been making and trying to sell imita
tions of Dr. Kiuk's N'e-w Dlse-eive ry for
Consumption. Coughs and Cold.e, and
either medicines, thereby defrauding
the publie-. This is to watu yeiu to be
ware of such people, w ho se-e k to preif
it, throtigh steal. ng tin- nputation eif
remedifK which have been successfully
curing disease, for over H5 years. A
J sure protectbui, to you. Is our name em
jtho wrapper. lxok for It, on fd Dr.
j King's or Ituekleu's remedies, a.-e all
(other.. are- mere imitations. H. K.
Ibicllen & Co., Chicag". Ill-, and Wlnd
Sciatic Rhematim Cured.
L. Wapn-r, who!eao druggist. Rich
n.'iml, Va . says: "I had a fearful at
tack ef sciatic rheumatism, wan laid
up almost twe months; was fortunate
e-nemgh to ef Mystli- Cure for Rhu
inatisrn. This cured men afte-r debtors'
pre--criptionH hail failed to have any
effect. I have also heard (f fine result a
from others who have ioed it." i
by Otto (I rot Jan. L"i''l S-e-end avenue.
Rock Island. Ciir-t Schb-ccj & Son, 20
Wct S.-coiij street. Davenport.
Do you pufTer with indigestion, cm
stipaiK'ti, feel mean and e-ro.-s. n-i
Hre-ng'.h ir appetite-? Holli.-ter's ll'ieky
Memnitiiii Te-a wiil make you w-ll nni
Mrji yoi well. ?,'i Tea ir T.itd"tii.
T H. Thomas' pharmacy.
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