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THE r.OOK ISLAND" ABGUS: FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 18fe9.
An elernt ltnfl
Silk and Linen
811k. Piuih and
of all the
dollars and Cuffs.
White and Fancy
Our Grand Opening
uersey & Cloth
fsTCall and see tbem. They must
mutt be seen to be appreciated.
1804 Second Ave. Rock Island
THE PROGRESSIVE BuDY.
Fine line of
in different styles.
All the latest
of all kinds and
Collar & Cuff
of all kinds.
NO IE PRICES.
American Bible Societies Bibles at
Oxford Bibles at cost.
Buyster Bible at cost.
Windw Shades at cost.
Wall Papers very cheap.
Albums of City of Rock Island 50c.
22x28 EDgravings 47c.
at cost. A job lot of
at your own prices.
KINGSBURY & SON.
17('5 Second Avenue.
The Best Inkstand
IN TDK WORLD.
The air is not admitted into the Ink
Fountain, bence ink is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of ink
the pen guiire dip cup enables the writer
to regulnte with aecuracy the quantity of
IDR to be taken on the pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON.
1705 Second Avenue.
Regular Montily Sleeting; of the
Some Import art Matter Rronrht to
the Attention ofthe Mnnbers Th
Toll Bridsra. Island Htone, the City
t'onortl and . on nty Board.
We are the "Western agents for the stove mauufactnies
of Taplix, Rice & Co., and carry the largest stock of
stoves west of Chicago. In baying of us you virtually
buy of the manufacturers and at lower prices than any
retail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see
us before you buy anything in the shape of a stove.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.
Opposite Harper House, Rock Island.
NO. 1708 SECOND AVENUE.
We carry the largest and best assorted stock of
in this vicinity, and at all times and make lowest prices.
W oo den. ware,
For assortment, quality and prices it always pays
to trade at
Louis Eck. hart.
At last night' regular monthly meet'
ing of the Rock Island Citizens' Improve
rnent association, there was the usual
large attendance and general interest dia
played. Vice President H. C. Carse pre
sided and Secretary T. J. Medill was at
The roll of committees was called and
a number of verbal reports brought out
showing progress. One of the most im
portant of thest was the written report
of Mr. H. J. Lr wrey, chairman of the
committee on Sixth avenue extension, re
commending thit the proposed extension
be, abandoned because of the expense in
volved in condt mnino; throuKh valuable
private property, and that instead, efforts
be made to improve Seventh avenue and
make it a first class thoroughfare. The
report was opp roved by the association
Mr. Saville Johnston presented the fol
lowing resolut ons relative to free bridges
which elicited considerable favorable dis
cussion and w;re unanimously adopted
v HEREAB, The laws of the state of
Illinois provide that the county board
may take toll t ridges or toll roads by
condemnation if necessary, but do not
provide that such county board shall do
so except In their discretion;
Reaolved, Tl at the Citizens' Improve
ment unsocial! )n of Rock Island memor
ialize Mr. . V Hurst as the represent
live in ttie sta e legislature directly from
tnis city to take an early opportunity to
introduce an amendment to the said stat
ute making in compulsory upon such
county boards to accept such toll bridges
or toll roads vhen the same are tendered
free of cost snd such board is properly
petitioned to uccept the same; and
Resolved, That the secretary be in
structed to request the cooperation of
Representatives W. F. Crawford and H
V. Tierce and Senator J. H. Pierce of
our legislative district in this effort to se-
curo the abolition of toll gates and the
freedom of the highways wherever the
people lrnrae liately affected so desire
After the routine proceedings had been
attended to, the committee on revision of
the standing committees reported as fol
Advertising W S Knowlton, W R
Johnson, Sm ille JoUnstoo, L S McCabe,
Beautifying W A Paul, R Crmptoa
W B Ferguson. .1 M Buford U D Folsora
Central Depot Henry Carse, I O Wil
kinson, H J Lowrey, Walter Johnston, 1
Executive aud Finance Henry Carse
T J Medill. Jr, Win Jackson, E II Guver
Free Rrirges Oliver Olsen, E W
Hum, L Simon, L P Snarp, Fred Lu-
dolph, L S McCalie.
Railways and Boats John J Reimers,
H J Lowrev, J W Stewart, Meyer Rosen
Held, A C D irt, Wm Atkinson, C J W
Retail Trade Howard Wells, Chas
Hansgen. Geo Schneider. Jr. Hans C e
mann, C C Mclntire, Eli Mosenflelder,
1) Roy Bow'.by, Geo E Bailey.
Wholesale Trade J W Stewart, Phil
Mitchell, J T Noftsker, E G Frazer, A
Street Improvement Committee Wm
Jackson, E U Guyer. H C Connelly, H
J Lowrey, A C Dart.
Hennepin Canal T J Robinson, John
Peelz, H C Connelly. Albert Warren. J
Manufactures T B Davis, John Volk,
J P Weveihauser. W C Collins, Pnil
Mitchell, Fred A Head. E II Guyer.
Public BUldines and Public Works
H C Connel'v, E D Sweeney, P L Mitch
ell, John J Homers, Fred Hans.
Seventh Avenue Improvement L S
Mcuabe. M E Sweeney. C F Lyude, C L
Walker, R Crampton.
Special Assessment Saville Johnston,
W McEniry. A C Dart. Frank III, August
. Street Railways A M Blakesley, Geo
Kingsbury, P L Mitchell. Wm Stewart,
F J Young, A H Hampton.
Mr E. II Guyer placed beforo the as
sociation U legraphic advices which be
had received, setting forth that under the
opinion of tbe attorney general affirming
the right to locate the Illinois state fair
for any length of time, the stale board of
agriculture bad decided to meet in Feb
ruary and determine upon one place of
location for four years. He therefore
moved that the Business Men's associa
tion of Moline be asked to appoint a
committee to cooperate with a committee
of three from the Rock Island association
with a view of making a joint effort to
secure the fair and locate it between tbe
centers of the two cities. The motion
was carried unanimously and a committee
was appointed consisting of Messrs. E.
H. Guyer, H. J. Lowrey and T. J. Me
dill. Mr. C.J Larkin called the attention of
the associition to a report which bad
come to hh ears that tbe commandant at
Rock Island arsenal had advertised for
bids for tl e stone work of the repair of
tho water Jam in tbe east and that a con
tract was likely to be, or had already been
awarded, with an Ohio trust, by tbe
terms of inch the stone was to be deliv
ered here already cut and fitted. If such
was tbe case, it would deprive many
Rock Island laborers and citizens of work
that is j'istly due them. Mr. Larkm's
statement brought forth a general ex
pression ( f views, the spirit of which was
that such proceedings would be a slight
to Rock Island that was not only uns
called for, but would take the nature of
an outrage, as it is only proper that the
tone shculd be cut and dressed here.
Mr. D. S. Schureman, a Cincinnati arch in
tect, beitg present, enlightened the
association upon the nature of the sup
posed contractor, the Cleveland Stone
Co., whi:h was nothing more than a
trust f orried by the proprietors of a num
ber of Ohio sandstone quarries, whose
methods were of a grasping nature and
whose transactions were generally done
on the Cjuiet. Tbe sandstone used by
this trust was of a decidedly inferior
quality aid had been condemned and re
jected fo use in the dams of the Ohio
river. r. Schueman congratulated the
association on the spirit of interest shown
in its meetings and tbe purpose for which
it was organized. It augured well for
the city' future advancement and with
the carrj ing out of its well directed
efforts, the cltr would when it became
large enough to reality the aims of the
association, be In position to take .
care of Itself, and not have out
grown itself before it knew it, as Clncta
nati had for instance. Mr. Schueman did
not wish to apeak discouragingly of his
own city, but it was a fact nevertheless.
He said that if Cincinnati had had such
an organization as this at the start its ad
vancement would have been better taken
care of. As for the Stone. Mr. Schueman
believed a much superior kind could be
found in Illinois than there was any
where in Ohio and that the government
might save the expense of transportation
and get better satisfaction by buying its
stone here and bavins it cut here.
Messrs. P. L. Mitchell. Henrv Carse.
Robert Bennett, W. F. Schroeder. John
Volk and Maj. Connelly spoke upon the
subject and it was finally dismissed with
the appointment of a committee corns
posed of Messrs. P. L. Mitchell, W. F.
Schroeder and John V oik to take what
ever steps might seem advisable and to
telegraph a request to Congressman Gest
to learn the facts from the chief of ord
nance and to remonstrate if tbe govern
ment has authorized anything of the
The committee on the abolition of the
township organization and the board of
supervisors being called, Mr. Saville
Johnston, its chairman, reported that
steps were being taken to get the requis
ite legal petition which would require the
signature of 1,700 names or at least one
fifth the legal voters of the county, before
it could be submitted to a vote ofthe
people at the next general election. The
association upon motion authorized the
committee to et the necessary blanks
printed for the circulation of the peti
Mr. O. J. Dimick made a speech not
only favoring the reduction of the num
ber of county supervisors, but he offered
the suggestion that all the lawyers of the
association be resolved into a committee
to deyise moans for the abandonment of
the aldermanic system of municipal
management and the substitu i .n of
a board of four commissioners. No
action was taken upon the proposition
rr - ...
tie committee on street paving was
called for, and it was explained bv Mai
Connelly that Mr. Jackson, the chairman
of that committee, was unexpectedly de
lained at home by sickness in his family.
but that he would have a complete report
to submit to the association at its next
WAS HE MURDERED!
CIIARGKD WITH CRIME.
The Wrand J ary'n Report to the Jtnit.
BryTYrm of th Cirrnit sjoorC The
The urand jury for the January term of
the circuit court completed its labors this
morniug and reported to Judge, Smith,
raamnR tne following return of true
wuiiam tl. Harper, burglary, two
counts; larceny, two counts. This is the
man who operated so successfully in
nock Island and Moline last Thanksgiv
frank Martin, larceny of a satchel of
instruments from Dr. Paul.
John Garnn, highway robbery of Dan
Oberg last October.
Kuilolpn liincher, selling liquor to
Wm. Runge, selling liquor to minors.
Tbe cases of the people against Jacob
Huber for selling liquor to minors and
against Martin W. Donald for larceny,
were ignored. Two bills are suppressed
The jury made the following report
concerning the county jail:
To the Hon A. A. Smith, judge presiding :
We, the graad jury, respectfully report
that we have visited the county jail ac
cording to your instructions and find the
same in trood condition, clean and healthy
and the prisoners well provided with
good and wholesome food, and no com
plaint among them.
In the circuit court Tuesday evening the
jury in tbe case of tbe city of Rock Inl
and against Fred G Ehleb, rendered a
verdict acquitting the defendant of the
charge of keeping a vicious dog. The
Gottlieb Hoch appeal case was then taken
up before a jury composed of: Ornn
Thompson, Oeo M Stoddard, Swan Grap-
berg, Thos Holmes. John A Elmstad,
Chas Glanz, C C Sjoberg, Magnus Olsen,
James Miller. Louis Einfeldt, Chas Pros-
seus and Wm Schriner. The case was an
appeal from the justice's court, in which
Hoch was fined 3 and costs for using
abusive language. City Attorney McEn
iry and M. J. McEniry appeared for the
plaintiff and J. T. Kenwortby for the de
fense. The jury returned a verdict of S3
and costs. The other case against Mr.
Hoch was dismissed this morning.
Mrs. Alice Gregg entered a petition for
divorce from her husband, Joseph Gregg,
on the ground of desertion. The prayer
of tbe petitioner was granted, the plain
tiff to have the custody of the children.
Mrs. Martha J. Sprague asked legal
separation from her husband, Orlando
Sprague. The petitioner comes from
Fulton and is 89 years of age, while her
husband is 74. The charge is adultery
and the plaintiff charges criminal inti
macy with the servant girl.
Nellie Holmes was granted divorce
from her husband, J. F. M. Holmes.
In the circuit court today the case of
Patrick Mullane vs. The Sylvan Boat
Club was called, with sMessrs. Lewis and
Jackson . for tbe plaintiff, and Messrs.
Moore and Kenwortby for tbe defendant.
The suit is on a question of title as to the
lot on which tbe boat club house stands,
In Moline. The jurors are: Andrew
Finley, Chas. Eiker, Geo. Freeland.Thos.
Holmes, Geo. Stoddard, J. W. Clayton,
John Bogue, Louis Mosenfelder, E. Isrle
hart, John Albrecht, John Schaffer, John
Mysterious Death of Wm. Ford-
A Tonne Farmer Boy Found Dead in
the Wood Wear Illinois Clt(An
Accident Reported In Bowling;.
A sensational report comes from E Ig-
ingtJn and Buffalo Prairie townships.
Last Wednesday Wm. Fordham. who has
worked the past year for Chas. Whsaton,
a farmer in Buffalo Prairie township, but
whose postrfflce is at Edgington, started
from his home at Illinois City on a rabbit
bunt, taking a double-barrel shot gun
with him. Toward night, failing to re
turn, a search was instigated for him, but
he was not found until the next morning,
and then a ghastly find It was, his body
being discovered in the timber several
miles from the town, and the whole top
of his head was blown off. His gun wti
missing and has not yet been found;
and this fact ground for tbe theory
of murder. Tbe case has caused ' much
excitement In the country. The young
man was twenty years of age and was
quiet and industrious in his habits.
Word comes from Bowling township
also that a young man named Clark while
rabbit hunting yesterday was accidentally
shot. This may be an entirely different
case, and it may have grown out of the
Edgington tragedy .
NEW BOAT YARDS.
Extenniva Coal Land Parehaae.
Alden J. Blethen, late of the Minneap
olis Tribune, has purchased the Perry
coal mines at Briar Bluff and those of
Parks & Hillier adjoining them. The
consideration was $86,000 for the Perry
land of 1,200 acres, and f 18.000 for the
Parks & Hillier mines of 100 acres. It
is understood that Mr. Blethen is about
to buy the Blossomburg mines adjoining
the other property. The new purchaser
proposes to stock the mines and run
tbem. Mr. Blethen will remain
In journalism also, having bought the
Critic, of Washington , D. C
Capt. A. J. Wb.ttn.ry Leaaea Property
Below the City for Way and Build
Capt. A. J. Whitney, the steamboat
contractor, has completed a lease with
Mr. Bailey Davenport for a strip of land
with a frontage of 300 feet on the river
and just below Kahlke's yards, for a
period of ten years. The purpose is to
use the property for boat ways and erect
sheds and warehouses for the manufac
ture and repair of steamers, and uo effort
will be spared to make one of the best
steamboat yards on the Mississippi be
tween Keokuk and St. Paul. Tbe loca
tion is a very desirable one for the pur
pose and it is .a wonder that it has not
oeen inotigiit oi oerore, as it arxoms a
harbor doubly protected from ice, and
very convenient place for getting boats
out of tbe water for repair or for launch
ing new boats.
and after considering the matter, author
ized the work to continue, the present
street grade to be followed until an
established grade eaa be made in the
spring, when the pavement will be put
in. Tbe track work on tbe island is
proceeding under tbe supervision of the
government, Wm. Totten being in
Local employes of the Western Union
Telegraph Company have received a cir
cular from Supt. F. H. Tubbs, of the
first division, announcing with regret tbe
resignatioi of Mr. Joseph Unrig, first
assistant superintendent, as Mr. Tubbs
says, "after seventeen years' continuous
service with tbe company in Chicago.
He leaves the service to engage in mer
cantile business, and carries with him my
own, as I believe he does every employe's
best wishes." W. J. Lloyd takes Mr.
The Standard Diamatic company gave
a fair presentation of Augustine Daly's
strong drama "Under tbe Gus-light," be
fore a large audience at Harper's theatre
last night. Tonight the great labor
drama "The Long Strike," is to be given.
The remarkable comedy success "Tbe
Original Bad Boy," is to be presented at
Harper's theatre next Monday night.
To Electric 1.1 : h t Consumer and
Rock Island. III., January 10, 1809
In order to equalize rates in the three
cities after February 1, 1889, the prices of
electric liehts will be as follows:
Current for IS C. P. lamps until T p. m., 90c per mo
- iu - tuc "
" . " " all night. $1.10 "
" 5 " " 1!4 times these rates.
4 M 44 g 4. 4.
.4 (Jj .4 .. S (4 .4 ..
A discount of 10 cents on each 16 C.
P. lamp (larger sizes in proportion) will
be allowed if bills are paid at our office
before tbe 10th of each month.
Breakage will be charged monthly for
actual number of hours used, as per
schedule of lighting hours
If lamps are allowed to burn later than
time specified an extra charge will be
Tbe above prices will be found to equal
gas at less than $1 per M.
Merchants Electric Light Co,
TTnnrl'a Snraanarilla la m novolw nna(o.
ble preparation, being free from injuri
ous ingredients. It is peculiar in its
Dr. Warren Hun er. of Hampton, was
in tbe city to 'ay.
Go and enjoy yoursolf at the Spring
Cove toboggan slide
Dry goods at vour own price at B. &
M. Levj's tomorrow afternooa.
Miss Dwight, of Peoria, is visiting at
the residence of Capt. Thompson.
Mr. A. R. Stoddard, Hampton's well
known citizen, was in the city today.
You can save 35 per cent on overcoats
at M. & K's. Its the jobbers' sacrifice.
Big cyclone reported at the M. & K
shoe house. Shoes way down. Cill and
There will be an auction sale at B. &
M. Levy's tomorrow afternoon at 2
Mr. John Caultield, of Casey, Iowa, is
visiting his uncle. Mr. El. Normoyle, of
Miss Bee Normoyle, of Rural, has been
visiting friends in the city for the past
All the remaining fur goods in stock
are for sale at cost at Robinson & Talia
ferro's. Go to Robinson & Taliaferro's as
signee sale for bargains in gents' furnish
It is rumored that a new shirt factory
that will employ fifteen hands will soon
be started in the ci ty .
M. & K. have just unpacked two large
cases of overcoats, bought way below the
price. Inspection solicited.
Don't forget the auction at B. & M.
Levy's tomorrow afternoon. Mr. Harris
will be tbe auctioneer.
M. & K. are still alive in the shoe bus
iness. If you must have shoes, call and
get pricest they will astonish you.
Manager Newberger reports the Spring
Cove toboggan slide in good shape for
parties desiring to eajoy the exhilerating
Wednesday evening Justice Cooke of
ficiated in the ceremony which united in
matrimony John Corcoran and Miss Min
nie Hill, of this city.
Lost Between Boston Store, Daven
port, and Harper house, Rock Island, a
ladies' gold watch and chain. A liberal
reward will be paid for their return to
owner at Harper house.
Wm. Boyd alias Anderson, of Ontario,
ran a foot race with E. H. Clark, of
Marlon, Iowa, at Davenport Wednesday
and won the stakes $250. The Hack
was in poor shape as a consequence of
the snow and another match is talked of.
Miss Maggie Eckhart was the subject
of a very pleasant surprise on the occa
sion of her fifteenth birthday anniversary
last evening, a number of her lady
friends taking ber unawares at her home
on Eleventh street. The evening was
spent most pleasantly.
Ice, will we get it in large, refreshing
chunks next summer, or have it fur
nished on a silver tray at one dollar per
unco? This is a question of much mo
ment at tbe present time. If his royal
nibs, the ice king, don't soon put in an
appearance, icea drinks will be a great
luxury next summer.
Mr. E. G. Frazer was much surprised
when be read the report from, a Daven
port paper in last night's Akous, that be
bad been sued for damages by one of his
former employes, especially, the one in
question was one whom he had often aided
in many personal ways . The person
against whom the suit is brought by tbe
way, is Louis McKown, a clerk in Mr.
Frazer's Davenport office, who is asked
to fork op $1,000 for defamation of
Yesterday afternoon tbe street and
alley committee of the council stopped
the Second avenue street car track laying
until some grade could be determined
upon. This morning the committee met
Friday Eve., Jan. I Ith.
Standard Thpatre Co
In the powerful drama of present d&r Interest in
PL At A K kl... 1. i: . r I . i
v atn muu u wuiraui, uv U1UU DUUCICIUlt.
The Long Strife!
t'sln all Special Scenery and the following
Faithful Company ;
Steve Richardson. Klla Richard-on,
Brray Hnrvey, David J. Homage,
John W. Barry. K B. Wil;-y,
Sirin- y Oliver. Dora Lombard,
Thomas J. Keogh, Jepsie Crisp,
Beautiful Wardrobe. Change of
Admilononly 10. 20 and 30 cents. Reserved
Seats for snie at the iinttal nlam wlthnnf HV(r,
C. A. Stiil. - - Manager.
ONE SIGHT ONLY.
Monday, Jan. 14. 1889
Special Engagement of the Original
Headed by SNOW and RUSKLL the Popnlar
Comedian. Carrie I aroont as the Bad Boy
Boy, with specialties. Kitty Negrells,
New Music. Everything New.
The Funniest Show on the Road
Three Hours of Fun!
Carry onr own Scenerv. Don't mis this nr n
will regret it Under the management of Mat
Admission 85, B0 and 75 eta; Reserved teats
on me mi iiemign c oaizmann g.
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
Coder Rock Island Bouse.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
lit. Interest Is 7 per cent net to Leader.
Dd. We collect Interest without charge.
Sd. Loans offered an complete and Investor
peie uis ipcr mi uacv.
4th. We eiamioe the' records annaallr for d
Uuqnent ta- es on land covered by our mortgages.
6th. 0r agent Inspects each farm before ws
nut w us a.
th. We maka a specialty of Farm Loans.
Tth. No pains or expense spared by as to make
oar business at safe lor our clients at experience),
good faith and skill cm make it
'sth. Investors can be supplied with loans for
euv iuu nyvinii,
Call or write for circular.
H. M. HENLEY, Attorney,
Rooms 80, 81, 83 Masonic Temple,
or one-fourth off
- price all
In order to clean up their cloak department quickly make a big,
wide and deep cut for this week.
25 PER OEISTT
or one-fourth will be deducted from the price of all cloaks,
PLUSH SACQUE3 EXCEPTED, Newmarkets Plush Jackets,
Plush Modjeskas. Short Wraps, misses' and children's garments
all go at one-fourth off.
Newmarkets were $18.50 now $1S 83
Newmarkets " 12.75 now 8 57
Newmarkets " 8.1)0 now 6 00 t
Newmarkets 4.00 now 8 00
Newmarkets 8.00 now 825
Plush Jackets " 17.50 now 1818
Plush Jackets " 18.95 now 10 46
Plush Modieskas 24.00 now 18 00
Plush Modjeskas " 20.00 now IB 00
Children's Cloaks " 6.00 now 4 00
Children's Cloaks " 5.00 now 3 00
Children's Cloaks ' 8.00 now 8 25
Children's Cloaks " 2.50 now 1.88
And so on through the line. An early call will secure best
bargains. The winter is all before us and this is a grand op
portunity to purchase cloaks at below rero prices. Close even
ings at 6 p. m.
MIN TIRE BROS.
Hock Island. Illinois.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1810 Second avenne, is receiving (Lilly his stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suita up in the latest styles.
HIS imiCTES AEE LOW.
COAL-ED IT ACTS
We are possibly overstocked with
and have decided to hold prices down to the Lowest
Summer schedu e. In doing so we do not realize actual
cost to-day. We have the Bright, Clean Scranton
White Ash and the Purest LEHIGH Mined in Amer
ica. Go to our Yards, Fourth and Front streets, Daven
port, la., and see the Handsomest Coal in the market.
J. S. WYLIE,
Telephone, No. 1.
Masonic Temple, No. 1.
New Elm Street GrGcery
DANQUARD & BROWNER
FLOXJR AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
They solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW FIRM A TRIAL.
(lord's Hotel and Restaurant,
West Side Market Square,
ROCK ISLAND, ILLS.
Has the larges Dining Room in the tri-cities seating capacity 230 persons.
' 25 rents buys a good wholesome meal
25 cents pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. S. All must come sober. C. D. GORDON. Proprietor.
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Pare Kentocty BonrlM $1.75 per Gallon
KOHN & AJDLEITS,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. :
sSTSend for Price List. P. O. Box 82.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
tba can of Urtr, Eldarr. Blood m&
aeh disss ts. The oslvbrmted piUa sm fiat tsk-
Df tM piacsj of ta toon axpsnair nm
kldoar and liver convuinla. and m far
ton aUy tafcsa. and Is fact ara th beat Uitng
Ter tntrodaccd for an diaeasaa of lb kidaara
and Uvar, tick headache, pain la tfca hack mat
siaa, kanbara. (uawiiur and bantlnc palna at tha
pit of th atomach. rsjuowskln, coated songa,
Conine ap of ib food after attng, - tr-i
of Ike kklBeja. arsTel, etc, and aa a fasall pill
they ha a Miami. kadtaoniU tekeptia. era
Ulreclsonat For sick headache- two or three at
aedoaia; for dyspepsia, on erary day before
dinner: for dander e the kidneys, two, two or
three tbnea a week until relieved for disorders
of the lircr.acd Mllnniara. three or fomr m r
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
Th proprietor will forward them to say addtaaa
by mail, oa receipt of price,
25 Cts a Bottle.
Cares Coughs, Colds, noarseneaa, Croup
Whooping Cough, (Spitting of
Blood and all Dlsea
of the Lungs.
Oa Mai h) an that Is aeesseary bs ssarhlts
yea that U U the heat CoaKh Krmedy nude, e
next tnaayM hae a toogh or told, call sad cat
Price 10. So and 60 cents,
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T. H. Thomas.
1C. B. Aba (roods abippad to any address at
ftentptof tne price.