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JAHNS & 3ERRESEN
Tinware And Honss:
1612 SECOND AVENUE,
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete lne of Pipe, Braf-b
FireBrirk, Ftr. arst.
DAVIS BLOCK Moline, 111.
J. B. Zr&IMER,
and Leaii-r in Stvl and. workmanship, has r -ceivec!
F-LL STUCK Pnitigsi and Overcoai igg.
7 7a lt. and leave your rder.
ar Block Opposite Harper IIottse.
T1IK 1IRST-C..AS3 '
! now lupitcil '.n h! new ?hnp,
At 3r:4 Seventeenth Street.
(yLifchi. dimes a p"cilty. Cppoilt th C1d itani.
i Revelation to
Don't waste your time
asking yourself "will 1 want
you will, every woman having an eye to good dress,
vants a neat cloak, especially when they are offered
it the following prices:
Ladies' Jackets v or h $32 00, cut down to $22 FO
" 4 25 75, " 16 50
' " 19 25, " " i4 25
" ' 19 00, " 13 50
" " 18 62, u "12 50
" " 17 95, " u 11 25
" " 13 25, " " 8 25
" " 12 00, 5 95
v " 9 95, i M 4 05
. 750, ' 375
10 dozen silk Velvet Hats, made on frames, all thi ) season's
(1 o:( tit 1 : m J s 11 coirs, worth $1.50 for 75 cents.
5 doz-n silk Velvet Ratp, Beaver ef?ge, worth $2 00 for $1.00
13 dozen French Felt Hats, new shapes, worth $2.(0 for $1.
7 dozen Wool Felt Hats, new shapes, for 48c, worth $1.00.
Trimmed Hats, at flaugirer rTt-v
rapeva in a!! the latest styles and fibrics.
ROCK ISLAND, V L
Goods, Piickhij; Hos
ana best qnixp'',d
1 12, 1 14 "West Seventeenth Bt.
Telephone 1148. Ttotkntm.
(and lose a bargain) by
a new cloak?" of course
Come and see ns before pur-
114 W. ( Second Street,
Woman's Health and Life
s;i5nd nior! en regukmy than on
e;iues combined. An aetu-i! v
i-.tiii i i:k re?!i!t or licriu . ii
i--!d'(i,5 w .i :h ?:.-.!- writ., ft '
wmiiiH' reiser !: the in h
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f-:k- C ..tflViA tVm-l U ..-u
"iily surj rcie.'y. -ol ' im
I used tUrr-c battles of Hothti's
Fn mi," and when I ick I M:T: r
vi ni to Id until 12 30. mil tnj bay wf.p
r:!ra at 3 a. ir. with s-enrcely uny pin. 1
!o all I cn in r-comii",4:'-X;y
ctant mo'hera. your t m;kt . 'wv .
Mrs B.F Waltsrhhs
Vrior, O . 6cpt 1S90
Fits Aii fits tin; pe.1 fret- Dr
K tm.'a Great N.-ve Rwtorer. No fh.--f
i r the first Jj's use. MwMe'ous
- :'s s Treatise end ?2 irinl bottle uee to
"irascs. Send to Ir. Kline, C31 Arer
t, Philadelphia, P Ffr sale by al:
ainrtfiotb! oK on -v,r
a,WbcK.v r.r Coup h,BroncMluDd Asthma.
tain ru-. !. i C mfilil2rtUon in Ucst fUr-, iture rottef
exc !! t :Vr tnkinar the :t: dos-
WOOD'S PHOiP O0INE5
the gb" at 3sa; kit vedy.
, Promi'tly nd p. rrn
y, rc "ire- all form-of
N t NerT.iiB WcKkni fls Kmis-
fSfr l i-l.ill-. Sri r Mrrh. I..-
'X. "c5) P"'en. mid all .ff.cn of
Sy I'teaorihed . tr 85 yt-am
vVA JtAiR. V v tooutiaiul" of en-p; is
-. A r3rv. -4t-..!itia the o .ly n-l'ublc and hon
lief ore and After, exi medicitie known; atk
dr::g.'iKfs f, r Wo n"8 Pn fi iiodine: if h ifc
P(lut- wortiie-s mwllrin. in .,1 .-a Ar ik;
had nhoni'-t -tire, end e price in letter ano
we will Kf i d hy r lorn m il. 1'riro on pn. kg.
51; ix. S5; one will p'e.se. Fix will mr. - nam-
iei in plain FPaled nvelnp,.. 2 Fta-po: adlrce9
I nr. null J I IIKMI' AL CIP.,
131 Woodward avoone, Pet'oir, Mirn.
' THE I.IOLINL
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
)(nce Corner Fiftce-- :h st-eet and Tliirri Ave
'u-J-ee-TFthe MnlineSaWnen an. Organised 18W
Per fET. WTERSST .AID 0' DEPOSITS-
Orgn!s--!d nnder State Liwg.
Open 'ro-n 9 a m. to 3 ,n.. and Wedne?daT ad
Sstnnlay niphts fromTtoHpra
Pobtrr kisnpr, . . Pre-idtr.1
H. . . IN .WORTH. - - Vl.K.PrPS'dPtlt
i. P Umasw.t, - . . Cashier
Drt-r Skinner. W. W. Well".
P. . Ifn-f, .. A. AitiBworlh,
U H. Kilwa-dF, W. H. Ad:iin.
Aniro v rr.b-rg, i '. F. IIsnienwsT,
Uira r Ti'rl'n2.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for privntf parties fn tlie carden
pot of th west bj the
Orchard Stite Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
K W. Dart. President.
J. S. Dabt CaahiiT.
Mi'chell & Lynde. Bankers
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Uosk Island Hationa)
C. i:. Carter. V. D.
He nry Dart' Sons. Wholesale flrofer.
1TTOKNET AT LAW-Offlce tn MiUheU
V LyndeV new block.
JM KSON ic HUKST,
TTOENKYS AT LAW. OlBce In Roc lala t
S.Hattmal Bank Building, Bork Ieland, 111.
ii. ("-. I '.izr. o. I.. war.Kin
Sn'FEKET & WAI.KEK,
1TOKNKY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LA
T'JfWe in BengBton'e blook. Rock Island, 111.
iffi'EMRT & tcEMRl,
iTTOKNBT'B AT LAW Loan rccmey on ?oo
t ecarity,mat:BCollectlons, Keforerce. Mitri
ell Sc Lynda, bankers. Offloe in Postoffic block
S. W. ODELL,
TTORNBT AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
a and dnrinr tbe past two years with the firm o'
irowninp A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
in office in the Auditorium hoiidlDg, room 6, at
C. J. Bbabulb. 8. W. 8:
1 TTOHNEtS and Counsellors at Law sad So
.1 licitors In Chancery: office Btford's block,
IT WILL K0T
m YOU TAKB
fSOO Bswari lor am
taiariaas eubmaoea ts1
in Ibtw Capaalaa.
Via Our any
ony nf-.nded f not
a we say. Sent postpaid
a rMip: of pnee,
Tr 'nty-K! v Caata.
NXIMA '.tDHTY. PVtlLv "WMian.
For sale by all druggist.
Harts A Bshnsea
trir1 !. n. fsm n-.nmi.Tti. .krct c
'MPPnvFO"-! rfr-ti r.T... ariT Aim cneDrifco-.-,
rkatlU Sl'M.V, tt for thia pllie pnt
poic. Mr. t nralh ImIkk ''ng rrwlr. KIM. Soalli.
(n. Cnalluua. Canvnl of P'!trlnv. -wiRri . all Wkhh
-A n IS. rr.luring lhm 10 IIRAI.TII M Vlliltv. n KTKKK(.Ti'
k'.-rtric Cnrml Fll iMUnll... r (rtu tV In fefc-k.
br't.T .id .4iiri.asorj CiMrt St. n p. Worn Mn -'tani'lv
earMl In tir niDtlir. BftlM p&Birihl Ires.
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MANY WILli BEASTS.
HAM3USG FiPM THAT IS READY
TO SUPPLY ANY ANIMAL.
A City to VTMcti Merchants All Otoc the
Vor:I Co Tor W1W Animal SappIIe
an-1 Raring Snuaea Bring Their Strawge
Csapttrres Hunting KrpedliioiM.
TTis anrmni importer hare thrir fcesd
quarters fn that part of Hainbrrrs knema
to tonriats and othtm n "Pt. Paul's, aa
iil reputed suburb of the ti& Eans term
where BAilors of all countries mt. Here
the big bnilding In sitenJert. and from thr.
extrior one petx tbe T?r- g - ructara
which looks more like a .;. .(... for cot
ton, oil and general mcrr.aiidis than it
does like anything else. Ttia plain build
ing, but witnin there w enough to oeenpy
one's attention for month, that Is if he be
pofjseiwfl of animal inftincta. Wfthm the
four walls is a mammoth j-ard or gardefi.
and this is divided into 600 or 700 smaller
yards or pens, which are occupied by ani
mals from an zones and eon nines, crowded
together. The strong, feroeiotrs gorilla
from the) primeval wood or Africa, the
"cotton tails" from San Gabriel valley,
California, as well as the bold, soaring con
dor from the highest mountain peaks of
the Andes are represented by many speci
mens. Ordinarily only purchasers known or in
trodiired to the firm are allowed to inspect
Wic Burden, but a limited number of cards
tt adi)iFion are tesoed every month and
presented Ukk who wih them. On
entering one paMe tl.e office, where are
euiploved forty clc-rks or more, of whom
SevernJ are occupiel in keeping account
ef the arrival and departure of animals, as
these only Ft.ay there a few days before
laving for their final destination. In the
garden there 1 an en rgetic corps of men
who. armed with sharp knives and pistols,
are willing to dare most any danger. M;iny
of tiie keepers have been there ten years or
more, and are nccordingly acquainted with
all the peculiarities of the profession. They
al e, or ought to be for tlieir own safety, ex
cellent, marksmen, airi;iiiiteil with the life
of an explorer, they being sent as assist
ants in the searches for animals in idl parts
of the world. Not a fow of these men have
been to Couth America, where they have
been sent to capture ostriches. There they
were compelled to spend days and sonio-
timMi weckc upon the llanos, the hottest
pTaeeS on tarth, iind on horseback chase
the fleet, monsters and throw the bolt at
Six, seven and eielit expeilii iona are sent
out every year, but the.se an? not made up
wholly of experienced men. They general
ly consist of a few of the old hands, a few
apprentices and volunteers, mostly ama
teur sportsmen, under the direction of a
staff officer. They start out maybe for
the plains of America, jungles of Africa,
Tasmania or Alaska, and when they ar
rive at their destination they employ a
many natives as they think necessary and
plan the work of capturing certain ani
mals in that, district. There in Mimed if
ferenee between catching tigers and ele
phants alive and shooting quail or squir
rels, and if a naturalist wants to have ftrn
and a thrilling experience he shonld send
in his application to accompany tbe next
expedition in search of gorillas or grwsly
bears or some other animal known to be
no respecter of persons or anything else.
Through the large menagerie uf the
house of Hagenbeek are long rows of
cages, which vary from small wooden ones,
built one above the other, for birds and
other small aniinnls, to high cages formed
of heavy liars of iron, some of the bars of
which ail: two inches thick, running at the
top and bottom on small wheel or ball
bearirics. Every cage or pen is marked in
Latin. The keeper said it was a g eat
sipbt to tn-lcld some wild quadrupeds ac
customed tc- unlimited freedom confined
in cau'es or J;ns in which tbey could not
stretch their tegs, much more turn around.
"A few months see.ms to break many of
their savage habit, but they are never too
good to claw at a piece of human flesh
when wit hin reauh of their cages, and the
majority of the keepers there can exhibit
marks of claws as well as thoe of teeth
upon their hands and arms made by a
ferocious tiger, perhaps a Tasmanian wolf
or some other species of the cat family.
The tamer animals are merely fencwd in,
as it were, in small yards aim! here and
there are groups of Japanese chamois
Chilian alpacas, antelopes deer, sebnis
and the like.
The firm has no little difficulty in cet
ting Asiatic elephants since the govern
ment p.-issed abill for their protection. But
there are their African brothers on hand
all the time, and occasionally a visitor
there may sc a herd of a score or more of
well cared fc- elephants. The expeditions
find it no easy matter chasing these mon
sters in the jungles, and it's only by sharp
games and traps that elephants are cap
tured. They can fight as no other animal
can, and one blow jf an elephant's trunk
has laid many a sportsman low. The same
hardships are experienced in getting croco
diles from the Amazon and upper Kile.
The firm's expedition sent, out for them
knows of nosuch word as "impossible," and
when it returns to the garden it carries
crocouiles some thirty feet long with it.
It cannot be said that all of the animals
are secured by such expeditions; for in
stance, the dromedaries are simply ordered
from Crimea, while a large number of
other animals fall into the concern's hands
by chance. Everything in the line of rare
and peculiarly formed creatures of the for
est, iield and seas is bought by tbe II age n
becks and people who devote time to trap
ping are aware of this fact. Tbe German
city is a good place for bargains nearly
every deep sea vessel carries something to
that port which the firm is anxious to get
and for which it is willing to pay good
prices. Every sailor is armed with some
fine specimen from the tropics or arctic re
gions, and from these rare and unlocked
for quadrupeds are sometimes eonred.
Professor Holdon'a Tlwa of Hui.
Professor Edward a Uolden, tbe as
tronomer and director of the Lick observa
tory in California, is not very hopeful
about the present investigations of the
plaoet Mara. "When we come to an ex
amination of the particularities of Mara'
surface we find dissimilarity and not like
ness to details of the earth's" he says in
The Forum. "Under these circumstances,
and so long as such widely divergent views
can be advocated by competent observers
it appears to me that tbe wise course i to
reserve judgment and strive far more
Frances Willard chums that the amount
of force exerted at a given moment to com
press the waists of women by artificial
methods would, if aggregated, turn all the
mills between Minneapolis aud the Merri
mac, whilo the condensed force of their
tight shoes, if it could be applied, would
run many trains Exchange.
A soft rubaer tube passed through the
nose into tbelesophagus or gullet, and at
tached to a funnel, forms a good method of
forced feeding when that becomes neces
During the El eventh century a faahion of
embroidering Vbe initials cf t he name and
the family arrjis on the garments began in
Italy and sprctd all over Europe.
It is not a wst to have your coats ami
trousers, gown and jackets well made, fo:
they will weir much longer.
It is inte:
ing to learn that the horse i
islands of the Mew lie
How Try lhis
It wili coat you m.mu.i; and wsil mii'i
do jou goo i, if you bavc.a t o .:h, cotdor
Kny trouble with throat, chest i t lunas.
i r Kint'e New Discovery for con?nii
tion, cnugl8 ai;d colds Is 2ii-m.n'eed to
give relief, or money will be piid back.
Sufferers from la grippe found it just the
i . j , . - i - .
j iiiii nu unuer i'B use nail a speedy ton
jerfect recovery Try a sample bottle at
! onr exDene; and learn for rn..tf inat
how good a thine it is. Triil bottles
free at Hrta & Bihneen't (Jrog rore
Large 50c and tl
f PKC1MKN CASES.
S. H. Clifford, New CasEel, Wis.. ts
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his etorr.ach was disordered, his liver was
effected to an alarmicg degree, appetite
fell sway, and be was terr bly reduced tn
flesh and strength Three bottles of
Electric Bitters cured him.
Edward 8' epberd, Harrisbure, TJ1 , had
a running sore on his leg of eight years'
standing. U?ed three bottles of Eieclric
Fivers nnd seven boxes of Buckltn'e
Arnica Salre, and his leg is tound and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O.. bn
five Isree fever sores on his lee, doctors
said be was incurable. One bottle Elec
tric Bitters snd one box Bueklen's Aroic
Sihe cured him entirely. Sold bt Ilarti
BTJCELC'6 ASBICa SAL"
s :ic. best salve in tfco v-orld for ca--.'.'se?,
aorfcB, ulcers, Dalt tbeuti, levy
tetter, chapped turds, chi :b!v--is
r.nd tvll Ekis eruptions, por.'
,' 5 cures piloa, or no pay reqUrsi. .
.AiWiCtcc-J to ..ivo. perfect ".V'.-'iZi.1.
ifoacv TcfuTjied. r'r.'cc Z r-,--: i
,.. Tot a!o h TTsrt? ,tB.V,,
Taking a Slean Advantage.
"Superstitioa is Ijy no means cor.Sned to
khe tinedncatcd classes," remarked John
Eenry Jamb-on to a party tbatwris spln
olng ghost stories in tha rotunda of the
Southern, '"I believe tTiere is a more or
less strongly defined vein of superatit ion in
every mortal's makeup, but women have
more than tbeir share of it. Nine wemec
out of ten are worshipers of Mmnbo Jnm
bo. They believe that warts can be 'talked
off,' that cutting a child's finger nails be
fore he is a yesr old will cause it to be
come a thief, and have a hundred other su
perstitions equally as absurd. I wice. took,
a nrvm advantage of female credulity.
"A few years ago I became desperately
enamored of a young Baltimore bi's. She.
had several suitors, and I much feared that
I waj not the favorite one. Now the
young ladies of Baltimore have a supersti
tion that by performing some Mumbo Jum
bo ceremony at midnight on the first day
of May, then looking into an open well, a
maid may see the face of her future hus
band. Her brother had been a college chum
of mine, and together we fixed up a little
ichenie. We made a round screen of thin
cardboard that wonld just fit the we'.l on
her father's premises. In the cent-r we
cut a hole large enough to admit my head.
Shortly before midnight I entered the well
with my screen and a lamp. I descended
twelve or fifteen feet, put my head through
the screen, beneath which I held the lamp,
'I had just completed my arrangemeits
when I heard the young lady chant ing the
mystic lines She looked into tbe well and
appeared frightened, but satisfied. The
next day I 'popped the question' ami was
accepted. I have never undeceived her.
She believes to this day that our marriage
was ordained by the fates." St. Louis
A Story of th Abbe Maj.
A enre from tbe country called on the
Abbe May at Paris one day, and after
complimenting him with earnestness and
sincerity on his creditable and deserved
reputation, said that he was involved in a
lawsuit which he did not understand. He
asked the abbe to advise him whether he
was in the right or in the wrong, and
wheSher be bad better carry on the suit.
So saying he delivered to the great jurist
an enormous package of papers covered
with almost illegible handwriting.
The abbe cheerfully accepted 'the task,
and told the cure to call again in two
weeks He was pleased with the gond,
simple hearted man, and devoted his b st
energies to clearing up the case, though he
was obliged to put otbe.r matters aside in
order to do so.
The cure called on the day appointed,
took the abbe's written opinion and read it
through critically. He was delighted with
the enthusiasm and clearness with whioh
his rights were set forth. Ho embraced
the abbo gratefully and cried: "Ah, mon
sieur, no"one could be better pleased than I
am, and I want you to be satisfied also.
Here is money, monsieur, please take what
is due you," and he rhrew a three franc
piece on the table.
Not to humiliate the good man the cb's?
picked up the coin, took thirty-six sous
from his purse and banded his client "the
Some one said, when he told the story,
that as usual he had lost by his disinter
"Lostf" said the abbe. "And do yon
count the pleasure of telling the story
Pr. vrd tobj tbe Be t
Tested and proveJ by oyer thirty yesrs'
use in all n&rts of the world, AUcock's
Porous Piasters have the indorsemert
f tho highest medical and chimicnl su
horities and millions of grateful
neots wno have been cured of dietr-es-tni:
ailments voluntarily testify to their
Allcock's Porous Piasters are purely
vegetable. They are mil! but effective,
sure and quick in their action, and abso
Beware ot imitations, and do not be
deceived by misrepresentation. A9k for
A h ocka, and let no solicitation or ex
o'aDaticu induce you to accept a eubsii
acx Beadaehe and relievo an the troubles'
ont to a bilioua state of the ayntem.sach a
to itinera, lianaes. Drowsiness. Distress after
eatiuir, 1 ain in tbe Side, Ao. While their moat
rosKtal'lc success has been shown in ooxjLfJ
tTiaAAche, yet Carter's Uttlo liver PUT m
equally valuablo i u Constipation, cariniK and pro
itiug this anncyiiiff complaint, white thy at
s irrect all disorders ot thsioni.-";li jstiumkue! tve
era! aa aa nam rx rta
JUi 3 irr-aH boalmo&tpricelcssto fSrws wr. -1
B'-'liVrf -:.2thi3Uisti-"ngoomplaint: butt or u.
-,! j en:-; try them will find tnose litCo pilia va!
c'jie in soxany vaystlibt they will not be v.:
Hug to do without toem. Bat after allslrt hexi
'iB the bane cf so ttisbt B vss that hereifi-.'aaw
wo maks our great boast. Our pills cure It wbila
Others do not.
Carter's Uttls liver Pills are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills niskaadosa.
Tbey are stActly vegetable and do no. gripe or
purge, bat b their gen tie action please all who
nsethem. ip viala at !25 cents; nvef-v$l. Bold
by drogsiataeverjwUere, or sent by t juL
CARTER rEa;CiS CCM Nw York.
C"MI PPJI j'JMjll rsfjcc cva;i ppj
' " ' i"
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Cbildren. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Parejroric, Irops, Soothius Syrnps and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
euros Diarrhoea and Wbul Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation aud flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and boards, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Oassorla Is an excellent medtdne for ehtt
nren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upuo their children."
Da. O. O. Ofoooo.
Castoria is the bet remedy for ehililren ut
which I am acq-iatnted. I hope t':ie day is r.ot
far distar.t when mothers willconsMer the re.il
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying th-ir loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
acenta down their throats, thereby sendiaj
them to preraature praves."
Y'R. 1. F. ElNCBStOS
The Centaur Company, TT
THE MOI INH WAGON,
M li we, Ills.
mmf$ i w K$
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of PlMform and other Sprlne Weponp, especially aflanteo to tta
eetern trade, of nperior worknach1r. and t:lfh lllnetmud I'rirc List free on
i lication. Pec the NOL1NK WAO N before pnrchafic-
-. II 11 Ill
tKCORFOBATXD UNDEK THg 6TAT. Iaw.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from fa. m. to 4 p. nu, and Saturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock,
five yor cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Co1
lateral, or Real F state Security
P L MITCHELL Pres. r C. DBNK.wANN, Vice-Pres. i. X. BUFORJ), Cashier.
I Mitchell, B. P. Reynolds, T. C. Denkmann. John Crnbanirh. H. P. Ball
Phil Mltch.ll, L. Stmon, B. W. Eorst, J. M. Bnford.
VBegan bnsines Jnly 8. 18r., and occupy the 'ontheast corner of Kitchen A L rede's new
I have jnt received and offer at my nsn I pop'-ar arlnes tha laratand bet selected stock of
.'"day gooc a I bare ever exhibited at assortment eaniprlses every thins sn itable for Christmas Prea
tf th a. i line of Plusb and Leather fancy articles. Toys of every defariptlon. nocking horses
. A """" -ercU-d stock of Decorated Chinawara, C'Qlna and BuHjae dolbt. Will Un a
'd supply of trees .nd orniminte.
MRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave,
Opera 3E3Co use Saloon
GEOKfciE SCH-tftB, Proprietor.
101 Second Avenue, Corner of Slxtevntb Street, Opposite Harper's TbsaUs.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Iaadk Ever Dav Bsadwlches Parals''l on Short Notice
jQavenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL. DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRJ538
" Chstoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any preecripHan
known to nio,"
H. A. Archbs M. D.,
Ill So. Oxt rd , Brooklyn, N. T.
"Our pbyiicians in tlie children's depart
ment have spoken highly of tbeir experi
ence in their outside pr.urtico with Castoria,
ar.d althrngh we ocly have a:noug oar
medlcaj supplies what is known ae regulir
products, yet we are free to confess that tbe
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it-"
ITmtbd Ilosrrrit. jsn PtspEHsairv,
Allen O. Sjith, JVrs., ,
array Street, New York City,
PROTECT YGUR EYES I
MR. II. HIRSCHBERG.
The wcll-tnwn -ipilcian of Olive St.
( S. K. or. 7 u ! 1 invt-). i i,ou;i. nas
aepolntedT il. Thimia-i s aL'ent for his
oi l. lira e Illam. nd Sier'acle and Eye-tlasi-e!',
and also for his WLsniond Non-I'hange-.bie
.(ect.icl and Eye'lasnes.
t he ir a-e are tt.e treatet inventtoa
ever mi.de :n :-ertuc.e. Hv a propel
conn-ruction of me Lei, a p'.ron i-ar-ctmsing
a pair of thee Vi r'haueeable
Was t-j never ban to cban these glasses
from ihe eyes, and every a r porchasee!
1 (tuaranb-ed, o tiiat if taey ever leave
theeer (no miner how or scratched the
Lenxt-s are) they will fnrn'ph ihe party
with a new imr of i laHr free of chanre
T. H. THOMAS ha-a fn'l assortment
and iuvius all to satisfy themeima
of tbe threat surlonti of thece Glasses
over any aud all others now in nee to cal
and examine the same at T.1L i nomas',
droits? and optician. Hoe Inland
No Prld.r SBDtiltort.
-UNewTork. Price 60 cta.1
1803 Second Avenue.
J. G. PUNSAN. Prorrioor.