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VOL XXM. NO. 54,
IIOCII ISLAUD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER .9, I8SO.
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The groods are
Successor to Adamson & Hoick,
Shop Nineteenth St., bet
General jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
ESTSeoond Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
PRACTICAL HOLIDAY GOODS.
Believing that everyone, deem it necessary to remember
their friends with a useful Christmas gift, we have selected the
neatest and largest line of LADIES' and GENT'S -
Ooze. SwecleKid, Russian Calf and Plush.
In n tbe Boiera ityles and ahadea.
Wo wM imm Urn IIhHII .. ,i
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a m. and will last a short
bound to be gobbled up.
.Mvl.BslcaiBiutii. ncsuurameeasaTingorsoto 75c on rhc dollar.
ATTEND THE LONDON'S GREAT SCOOP SALE.
Rock Island, 111.
First and Secood Avenue,
mv -w- - , U ALL
Cash is King! Muck is
the abovo combination the London won the day and carried off the
v,x. xuu huuw wnat ooc.on tne dollar means; it means goods retailed at 20 per
cent;less than manufacturers' cost,. or from 45 to 60 per cent less than regular wholesale
A MERCILESS MASSACRE, OR IN PLAIN WORDS,
. Pass the newsalong the line! Proclaim it from the Honsc-Tons' Publish it on tbo
Highways and -Ways! That never since Adam-delved and Eve spun were such b.?rins
ViTado,jJody.Fittiw,:superbly. Trimmed Suits and OvZbSSfi
people s reach by Such a wholesale sweeping cut in prices. Tlie entire stock of " jffi Over
coats and Suits or "Goldsmith, Klaw '& Co., 99-101 West Third Street. Ciinnati Ohio "
(one oi the largest Clothing Manufacturers in America) was closed M?TM5ffir
to Mr. Leveen. one of thft nmnr pfm.c J UUUdr
Rrllrf fur Hiceoueh.
IliceousU in most 'reqneutly symptom
f Htomiu:lor utitluD iuiu disturbance, bat
tt may t purely i crve irritation inde
pondoutly of this. It may b produced by
tha prescnue of indigestible or highly
epiced fol in the stom:icu or liy very warm
foods or drinks. It may be idight or per- .
rixtent. When oocc rriui; in typhoid fever,
cholcru, nieniuiatis or peritonitis, it is a
prave symptom. T le mild attacks are re
lieved by holding tie breath for as long as
is consistent. Very warm applications on
the lower portion of the back of the neck
or over the diaphr iiu sometimes afford
relief, and pressing hard upon one of the
muscles of the not which reaches from
the inner border 01 the upper portion of
the first rib behind the "collar bone" op
ward and back war 1 to the vertebra of the
neck has been kmwn to check this dis
Infants vomit vrith perfect ease; chil
dren make it no d fiicult task; bat adults
in general find it very hard work.
many conditions it is well to induce vom
itinp. Tii if may 1 3 the case when it is de
sired to dislodge f: I so membranes in croup
or dipliiiiervfic d -posits and other sub
stances from the a J passages. Again, if a
poison has been s allowed, frequently tha
best thing that y a caa do is to induce
vomltin nt one?;. The quickest way,
when it can be dr. te, is by forcing the fin
ger of the patient lown his throat, gagging
as it is sometime t termed. TickUng the
throat with a fe ither will often produce
vomiting. Pittsl arg Dispatch.
' Exqnimaiuc SuperstltloM. .
Esquimaux aie believers in ghosts.
They aim believe in t he transmigration of
souls, that Rpirits return in animals, winds,
rocks, ice and v ater, that they are evil,
angry or good, ts the elements may be
favorable or unfavorable, and that they
can be appeased 1 y hoodoo rites, if the per
former is suffic ently versed in occult
sciences Childl ss women, it is claimed,
cannot return to the surface of the earth
after death. To change the wind, for in
stance, they cfaai t.-drum and howl agallist
it, build fires, si oot against it, and, as a
last resource, fin the graves of the dead.
Tribes put hooch oh on each other by cere
monial dances a ad howling. Tie hoodoo
of total destruct ion upon neighbors is the
building of a J re within sight of those
coming under .? heir displeasure. Tribal
relations are set ered by making a fire out
side and burui ig all ornaments or dis
giuses.used ia t sremonisl dances, such aa
ravon skins, et (tie tails, deer horns and
nymkn. Tribes ;hut are hoodooed answer
by a return boo loo, but with families and
individuals it i s different. Outlawed by
their tribe or J elatioas, they become dis
couraged, hope less nnd gloomy, and lit
erally go off ad die." Sitka Letter.
' Another CvfKjb Phonocrmph-
Alrs. Abram lltmanfc'Pnffalo, owns a
most -fcrocioiu looking blo&Nund made
of brooxe. T te animal w nrfhased
from a Boston: woman, vS
do service as a iurzl.io
and in its diapi m
&reat Scoop Sale began this
The old saying that:
"THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING
be readily exemplified not only by the unheard oriow prices,
. M vvu uuc
uiiB sreai siock
-" vivi. o vrj.
appearance of the br BrraSETIdgriSiTjrire
-"""r."" wouni inguien Dnrgjars. for
she said the dog's burk would be worse
than his bite anyway. And so ahe set up
her brasen image, with its full sot of pho
nographic howls and patent inside, and
had it connected with her room by wires
and electric button, so that when the burg
lars made their appearance she could just
touch the button and the dog would do the
rest. But the burglars did not come, and
when the old lady died .the dog burglar
alarm, as tt was called, was shipped to this
city. Pittsburg Dispatch.
New Castle's Black Oiml
The east end of New Castle is all torn up
over the appearance of a ghost, which has
been seen strolling about the school house
grounds for several nights recently. The
mysterious stranger has not had the bold
ness to speak to any one as yet, but, on the
contrary, seems shy; yet the small boys ia
that vicinity who have to run errands after
dark have begun to consider life a dismal
failure, and threaten to ran off with the
first circus or trained bear that comes
along. His, her or Us gbostship, as the
case may lie, is remarkable in being coal
black in color, instead of the conventional
white. The only other mark of recogni
tion it bears is a huge dagger, sunk to the
hilt in its bosom, and a stream of fiery
blood issuing from the wound. The town
coandl may draft about one hundred brave
men to capture the mystery. Cor. Indian
To rtlllae "Black Strap.-
A lignite sugar refinery has been estab
lished in Philadelphia for utilising "black
strap," the refuse of mohuses. Hitherto
this substance baa been used in m.Hn
rum, but the product has always been in
excess of the demand. The inventors claim
that the process will revolutionise the su
gar industry. It is clarified through pul
verised lignite. Traveler and Hotel Kec
Oh, ta Bratst ,
"My husband only gives me 16 at a time
to go shopping with," complained a woman.
"Mise never gives me any money at all,'
Chorus of "Oh!" The brute!" "
"Se; his credit is so rood I can getevery
thing charged. " Epoch.
Arthta t OhUse.
Kather Don't you ever let me set
sitting ia a hammock wiU a young
Dutiful Daughter All right. pa m
have it removed to a place that hint over
looked by your study window. MuaarVa
Weekly. . '
A TH sf Bulatw.
'Teacher Willie, can yon name .the first
Tommy (from back seat) I I can teUL
Teacher Well, Tomamy, what are tW
Tommy A half dime. . .
- k, i. .iniwa, was lor-
erly an expert telr h operster a4
- Xv for a loox Umer : 1 int tc7jf
Waukrba. See 'vr f
' r r '"' v -
uliuiv iniiiuwn piainiy tnc iiianuracturer'g name from
was purchased, viz: Goldsmith, Klaw
is toBtsatMoa lacuabto
Bead the following: Mr. C. IL Mo
ris, Newark. Ark., says: "Was dowa
With AlaPHl nf Ijinn : 1- 1
- . 1 H. U M B
physicians pronoonoed me an Incurable
Consumptive, lie pan taking Dr. King's
New Discovery lor Consumption. m
now on my third bottle, and able to over
ee the work on my farm. It U the finest
medicine ever made."
Jesse Uiddlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says:
"Bad it not been Tor Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption I would have
died of luog troubles. Was Riven up by
doctors. An bow in best of health."
Try it. Bam pie bottles free at Darts &
Bahnsen ' drag store.
jJTK TKBOICT TTHAJilM OCR.
W. Jfe8ult, druggist. Bippud. Ind,
testifies: " I can recommend Electric
Bitters aa t be very best remedy. Every
bottle sold has given relief in every case.
One man took six bottles, and eras cured
of rheumatism of tea years' standing."
Abraham Hare, druggist. Bellville, Oiin.
affirms: "The best-selling medicine I
have ver hindlMrf in m iBMii.
experience, is Electric Bitters." Tbous
auos 01 outers baye added their teatimo
ST. SO that th MYtU la nni.imnn.
- - . mm .H-iniuuw.
Electric Bitten do core all diseases f
we uver, Jtmneya or blood. Only a half
a dollar a bottle at Him &. fUhina
The beat salve ia the world for cuts,
twuieee, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevet
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all akin eruptiifb. and posi
tively cure piles, or bo pay required. It
U guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Prioe So eenta per
box. for aala bT Harts p.k-.
. ABTIcX TO lOTIIIt.
Axe yon distarbed at night and broken
of toot rest by a sick child tattering and
cryiae; with pain of culling teeth r If so.
send at once and gat a bottle of Mrs.
Wieslow's Soothing Byrnp for children
teething. Its value is incalculable. It
will relieve the poor little so Sorer imme
diately. Depend npoa it mothers, there
la no mistake about 4. It cires dysca
lery. diarrhoea, regolaiea the atoeaach
ad boweia, ears wiad colic, ofteae the
guaa, reduces InflamwaUon and gives
tone and energy to the whole ryrtesa.
Mrs. Wiaslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething it pleaeaet to the
taste, aad is the prescription of one of
the oldest and beat female Burses aad
physicians in the Vailed Bute, aad is
for sale be all druggist throughout the
world. Price 23 cenu a bottle.
Canee are the only a!na of support
oae wcU-drexsed joacj naea show.
tu uiiicj uuui ULXiiii al O
as such bargains are
IS THE EATING THEREOF,"
Push is Enterprise!
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Car. WiUtaia aaa Jobs auaata, Haw Torh,
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V. BAXEZ ft C0-Ikhetttt. SUac
Allays Pain and
Heela Ue Sores
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great prize at 55c
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SKILL and SUCCESS
Cte; lira jU Priicti Esa.
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fcao. rlta aaai, Btaactaa Oraun.
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Bed Room Sets,
Carpets, Curtains. H:
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
rCn and see our line.
No. 103, 105 and 107 Eist Second St..
BANKRUPT S ATTfl
113 West Second street,
ALL CDTD9 OF LADXXS AVD CEIXDUV8
fllnaks and hnlfp.y
w-w-apwnmw viava e VWI1V w I i
In Pluah, etc at bariiug neTer efferwd b!ore. - TTI11 b .
closed out in th next two weekt. Prices rang freta -
$1 UPWARDS. -Jf
tttsii r p..- n a n , -e
will tare voa motr. for w nff at 2
60 PerCent off the Wholosalo Prices.
Coeae one, eonve all. aaJ eoaviace yoewseir ef ear GREAT BASOACCS.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
THE L10LITJB UMQEI 0
HaniiMurers oi FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOfi
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