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THE ABGUS, WEDNFSDAI, DECE31BEI! 28, 1892
Fabltehed Daily acd Weekly : 1634 Second
Arenne, Bock Island, 1...
J. W. Potter,
Tntais Daily fOc per month; Weekly tJ.OO
per annum; In advance 1 .SO.
AH ccmtacntc&ttntis ol a eritical or argumenta
tive chr racier, political or religions, muet have
real name Kt'ached for pool cation. No neh
artieles iU te printed over fiotuiona elguaturea.
Arojmonp crn,niuuic.i no not noticed.
Correspondence eolicitcd from every township
In Rock Island coauur.
Wednesday, December 8, 1892.
In Maryland tbe demaud for colored
teachers exceeds the supply.
American corn is being chipped .o
Hamburg, Germany, there to be ground
Bo.Toa's new buildings, cnt'-ed in
1892. are valued at 1 7.000.000; last year
they were $9 000,000.
The Portland (Ore.) Telegram recent
ly charged certain city officials wilii k vy
ing assessments on gambling houses and
houses of i'l repute. The accused rata
brought a libel suit ae&inst the paper,
but tbey lost their case on tbe c.vcl
ground that tbe accusation was not libel
lous, because levying assessments of thia
kind is not a crime.
New York Times: The .'efders of
the democratic party do well to meet for
the purpose of devwios means to ckfeit
the infamous republican contpiracy for
stealing tbe control of tLe United Starts
senate upon tbe t xpiratioa uf the pres
ent congress. There has never been a
more reckless and unscrupulous attempt
in the histcry cf our politic? to defraud
the people of the country cf the fruits of
a most significant and decisive lctoty,
won upon a c'.et.r issue cf principle.
The Bloooiington Bulletin, in the fol
lowing paragraph, notis a well known
fact and suggests a much needed reform.
Tbe state treasury of Illinois has long
been considered the legitimate prey of
politicians. The man who giins the of
fice makes it his business to retire
with a fortune. Required by pocketing the
interest on tbe funds. The oniy remedy
is a legitimate enactment making it com
pulsory to cover these rich pick'i ginto
the treasury. Tho same should also ap
ply to county treasurer?, who by laying
tribute upon the barks for tb? deposits,
wax fat on the capital of the taxpayers.
Our Western I'ulversltiea.
St. Louis Repnbiic.
Under republican a ituiristratioa in Ill
inois the Idiaois 8:a:e university b.s not
been made the Rtrnt educational if titu
tien it should be. It his been so cramped
that it his cot been able to trike its prop
er place amrrg American schools. The
democratic pary must cot allow this ne
glect to continue If Illinois is to bar.;
a university, it should biva a good or.t ;
one whose decrees wiil be respected the
world over. Unfortunately tnis is now
seldom the case with any of our western
state univttsities. There are stvora! not
"able exceptions, which in this connection
will taot particu'ariu, but the rule is that
western state universititsers not respect
ed because they are not respectable. Tae
legislatures are too generally satisfied
with the name without tbe substance of a
university, and they make appropriations
which would hardly maintain a respecta
ble high school. In Missouri a more lib
eral policy has been inaugurated, and the
attempt will be made to make the Mis
souri university known for its merit wher
ever sound learning is valued.
The democrats of Illinois w.ll not be
behind those of Missouri in tbe encour
agement cf higher education. Illinois is
a rich state and it can afford the money
its university needs for new buildings
and frr operating expenses on a more
liberal scale than heretofore.
It is possible that there are mere uni
versities in the west than there is present
demand for. It is certain that there are
too many poor ones and too many which
are "not very good and cot very bad."
But certainly there are not too many
good ones. So let the democrats of Illi
nois and Missouri join in setting the en
tire west an example of making good
How the Burglar Was Reformed.
When Uriah ITeep was in the model
prison, enjoying all the favors which the
system of reformation in vogue there con
ferred upon its recipients, he imparted to
as company of visitors the important in
formation, "It would be better for every
body if tbey got took up and was brought
here," A burglar, whom the church army
has enrolled in its ranks, is preaching
much the same doctrine. lie is only forty
two years of aire, aud has spent seventeea
of them in jail.
Four or five years apo he invented a new
Implement for opening safes, which ulti
mately led to the opening of his eyes. It
was an excellent instrument for the pur
pose of paining entrance to locked offices;
only the first time lie brought it into opera
tion it stuck in the safe, and his attempts
to Ret it out made so much noise that a
poiiceman heard him.
This caused him to be "took up," and to
that happy event he dates bis present en
joyment, lie is now assisting the army's
work by preaching to members of his for
mer "profession" how much better it
would be for their own good if tbey all al
lowed themselves to be "took up."
Recently housebreakers have been ar
rested iu unusual numbers. The police
force have hitherto received the credit of
these hauls, but doubts may now arise
whether it is not really due to the work of
the converted burglar, who blesses the day
when his own invention led to his arrest.
Dyspepsia's victim fir it i r.'impt ni
permanent relief in Hood's Sarsspari'la,
which tones the etomarh and creates an
BALD HEADS AND SUCCESS IN LIFE.
Henry Clew Retaiea an Incident in 'Which
ile I'lsnrel as tt.e Hero.
Few men in Wall street have a keenei
r.ppr rciation of a joke than Henry Clows.
Mr. Olcws toll! n pxm1 cue on himself to a
votii g man ycs.iruay:
"S 'e i:iy bald lituu becan Mr. Clews,
bis eyes twitilt.iK itisci;kvo;is!y. "Of
rour-te you do; it's my prominent feature.
Do you know that I believe a bald bead
contributes to a man's success in life. I
uttei dej a reception soni. litre ngo at
which Pailere-.vski performed. You know
what a frightful head of hair the musician
has. Well, my friend Dr. Dcpew good na
tureiily twitted ::)( by drawing a compari
son I stwern my polished cranial surface
and the hirsute chrysanthemum that deco
"'Don't you wish you had that man's
hair. Clows"' said the d .)."..; to ico, pok
iug ne pb.yfully in the ribs.
" 'Xo, Cliauncey,' 1 replied. 'Every man
to bis calling. If I had Paderewski's bead
my c tstomers would rttu away, and if Pad-erew.-.ki
had my bend he'd lose bait of his
musi -al prestige. That's the way things
even themselves ur. We don't want Pad
erewski beads in Wall street.'
"Tiiis reminds me of a tearful event in
my jottth," continued'Mr. Clews, smiling
at thi- recollection of old times. "I then
had a very heavy growth of long, silky
hair, of which I was naturally very proud.
Whil i still a young mr.n 1 discovered, to.
my consternation, t hat it was falling out
rapidly. I dreaded baldness exceedingly
and was sorely troubled. On my way
down town to business I daily passed the
estab ishment of I-iird, an old timer,
whoso store was near the old St. Xicholas
hotel. Laird made wigs and toupees, and
in an unguarded moment I consulted him.
He recommended that the top of my head
be shaved and the bare spot fitted with a
toupee. The shaving of my head, be de
clared, would promote the growth of the
hair. I consented; my head was duly
shave I and fitted with a toupee so nicely
that scarcely noticed the ditference. It
made me feel happy.
"Ore evening, while at a fashionable
dance as I was sayly dancing with a most
charn ing young lady I was made the vic
tim ol my folly. A stout lady was taking
her departnre. She was iu a great hurry
to go, elbowing her way through the crowd
of met ry young folks. As she passed me
one of the hooks of her cloak caught my
ton pit- right where it lived. There was a
yank, struggle, a horrified scream from
my co npauion, a burst of laughter from
every! ody else, an effusive apology from
the stout lady, and away went my beloved
toupee dangling to her shoulder. I had
been s -alped in cold blood. It was awful,
I assure you. I wished for the proverbial
trap d.iir through the floor, but it wouldn't
open. With a groan I grasped my toupee,
and veil, I didn't stop to finish the
dance. ' New York Sun.
Chinese chess must claim ouradniiratioa
by the manner in which the conception of
a milit iry game has been elaborated so as
to conform v. it h the realities of warfare.
The la aril is divided by au imaginary
river, which the elephant and the king
may not cross. The pieces are placed on
the in' ersections of the lines, not on the
spaces. The king or general, with bis two
guards, must keep ta a square of nine
points in the center of his side, with
diagonal lines from corner to corner, along
which the guards may move, the king
rnovins.- only forward or sideways or back
ward ; the other pieces may enter this
fortress and pass through it..
The I ;o-t characteristic piece- of Chinese
chess, ! ov.ever. is the Cannon, which, like
o'.;r ca.-tlf. cannot Move without jumping
over a piece, so that not only is the attack
nio-t f rrmiuahle and unexpected, but it
roust 1 e resisted, else it is helphss. "The
prctlli.-t checkmate,"' says Mr. Koikoner,
"is w:;.i two cannons in line." Here the
second c.titnoa gives check, and the king
must it.'ive, for if another piece be inserted
the lint car.non c'ves check. Now, we
may allow that if tiie elephant is not sup
posed t o cross the river, no more should
t he can ion, for the first named is really
the most capable of the feat, but the gen
ins of tiie piece lies in its imitation of can
non in warfare its rane, t he firing over
bodies if troops and its liability to cap
ture. London Spectator.
etreataess awl Notoriety.
Kvery great man has to pay his own par
ticular penalty as the price of his great
ness, lie lives in the public eye, and he
who lives in the public eye is the occupant
of a very undesirable place of rasidence.
And yet there are people who like to live
in the i u hi ic eye. There are people who
yearn and strive and struggle to pay all
the pen: lties cf greatness, and that with
out being great. This is really strange.
They ar.- willing to bear the cross without
attaining the crown. The desire of these
persons is to liecome notorious, and be
tween rotoriety and greatness there is a
great gulf fixed.
It would be incredible that there could
be a craze for notoriety if it were not a well
established fact that that identical craze
is the cn.ze of the day. Mrs. Bustom wears
silk stoci-cings because her skin is so ten
der that she cannot endure cotton; if Mrs.
Custom can only be brought to believe
that the world is interested in learning
that, the summit ol .Mrs. liustom s am
bition is achieved. Angels and ministers
of craoe defend us! Think of liustom!
But the amazing fact of it is that liustom
revels in his wile's reflected splendor. All
the 1 ear liouud.
A Text f;r a Sermon.
Some c n? tells a story of a good Presby
terian minister who was asked to preach a
temperai ce sermon. "I presume," he said,
"you mei ii both total abstinence and tem
perance'' "Ye, that is about it." "Well,"
he replitd, "I will gladly preach such a
sermon a s.t mi as I find a text in the Bible
which itn ludes l;o:h total abstinence and
A few lays aft ti ward, on meeting the
man who bad spoken to him on the sub
ject, Le s.dd, "Well. I have found that
Kxt." ' h, I am so glad," was the reply;
"may I I sk what is?" 'Certainly," an
swered ti e tier"yn:;:t; "it is this, 'Drink
no longer water that i- total abstinence,
'but use n little wine,' that is temperance."
New Y r'.t Tril.tine.
l'ur. j--si Sjie;it.;;:--t l:i r.tfltrs.
In Shal.espei'rc's pl.-iy i f "King ilenry
VI" (seeo id part ) t .ie: e :ue f. .r:y -s', : peek
ing parts viithi ;;t i::clt:i;iu at.y of the
character1 cla.-scd us lords, ladies, attend
ants, petirintiers, i. Mermen, beadle, sheriff
and ofliiers, cit i;:ei:s, apprentice, fal
coners, guards, soldiers, messengers, etc.
She Knew Him.
"My det r," said a repentant, husband to
bis wife, ' if I have ever used any unkind
words to i ou, I take them all back."
"No, yo i won't. I know yon. You want
to use tbe n all over Egain." Exchange.
THE BURDEN Or NIGHT.
How dark it grows! The prievnl liprl. t of day
Down the horizon takes t-u'.le:i way.
Yet leaves upon tho jauce.l mountain's crest
A half burning ember tlimmcrins in the west.
As some vast e.rtty, moving in tlij :i ,-ht
Should leave its smoldering cas-ptires still
Whose mournful re.l awhile thu gloaming
Untatistied, reproachful cs it wanes.
How dark it crows-how Uar.;!
How dark it i ! The deptr i.i: i ling sky.
Lashed with dull rUmds, keep gloomy watch
All hope of lisht, all glimpse of heaven debars.
Withholds the p!ai'.ets and ileries the stars
The darkness deepens, hrsoa p :iu vision reel:
Struck by the rIooiu, 1 cua not see. but feel
As felt old Lgypt when the Kutherin iii;;hl
Of God's displeasure LloitcJ cv.t her si:iUt.
How dark it is how dark!
So felt old Egypt, v. hilo her ruins bid
The mystery of sphhix aud pyramid.
While their st ark p: olile cut the starless skies.
While tho lay dumb v. i'.h v. iile, unvisioned
Yon knew what coss ever her r:u.;t roll
Lveforo that dotal is l:;'K:l ftv.ai Ler soul.
Such is the burden ami the load of nUht.
When was it day When will bo moraing
How dark it is how u, a'it
The Character oZ i'.ic Cuuutry of Greece.
No organic development in the history
of the human mind has been bolter known,
or has been richer and at the same time
more simple, than that of the Grecian
genius. Notwithstanding tho extent to
which the Hellenic population was scat
tered, and the distances which separated
the various groups, the evolution, taken as
a whole, was governed by the same laws
and exhibited thesame phases in likeorder
and under like conditions iu all the lands
iu which t he Greek language was spoken.
The ditieri ct stocks were like trees of
the same species, destined to produce the
same fruits, the color and taste of which
were liable, it is trite, to be modified by
local influences, but the variations were
kept within narrow bounds. So these peo- j
ins , ei e iwept iioiu jieaiiy uiverjiiiij oy
their constant communication with each
other, which, was aided by the forms and
relations of their lands promontories jut
ting out toward one another, and frequent
islands, so that the sailor between distant
ports was hardly evi r out of sight of some
Nowhere else does the Mediterranean
offer such a disposition, and there was in
this geographical feature a direct provoca
tive of the spirit of adventure. George
Perrott in Popular Science Monthly.
Snoihine in t!te House.
"I'm wcury with work." th"g od w!f s:ghed;
"But after all," ite said.
"It's sweet to labor for those we love
No wonder th&t maida will wed."
A wie housewife lightens her toil and g'a.tdcrs
the home circle by her cheerfulness. Knt health
isthe first rr (Jaisita, and h.r just prerogative.
Heilth follows the use ot Dr. Pierce" Favorite
Pregcrtt-t'on, which repairs the ravages caused
by tho?e peculiar disease which afflict woman
kind. It enriches the blood, lures the cough, ln
creiKCut e flesh, pri vcrta bvctcria, nervotifness,
ami low fpiri'.s, tnd is a very fou Uiin of hoVth
to women, young a- d old Satfaet:on, cr the
price il. Oil) tefundtd. Of dmggists.
Kussi.m T?Ao Vtry Little Exercise.
What exercise Russians take is usually
more of a getitl- promenade tiian anything
else. They v. ill s-tro'i up and down the
principal street iu town or in some
small public siptajv r ;-..rd.-n for hours
quite content is:iy. 'i'l.t j:, spite of the
unique opportunity f..r skating which their
long winter gives them, i; is rare to find
any Russian v. ho ran saate well. If you
do find two cr three j.,;.vl skaters, you will
probably learn on inquiry that they are
Englishmen or Germ..:,:.! I was, however,
surprised to find most of the Englishmen
who are in the country on duty (as 1 was,
for the purpose cf learning the language)
anything but pleased or contented with
the life they are obliged to lead. Cornhill
Among the thousands of testimonials
of cuies by Dr. Miles' New Iltart Cure,
is that of Nathsn Allisons, a well-known
ciiizen cf Gen Rock, Pa . who for years
ha.! shoitnfss cf breath, sleeplessness,
pbin in left side, shoulders, smothering
spells, ttc; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure and one box of Nerve End
Liver Pilis. cund h ci. Peter Jaquet
Salm, N. J-, is another witn'Ss. who for
twenty years suffered with heart disease,
was pronounced incurable by physicians,
deeth stilted bim in tbe face, could cot
lie down for fear of smoiberios to death.
Immediately af;er using the New Cure
be felt better and could lie ' down and
sleep all nisfct, and is now a well man.
The New Cure is sold, a'eo free book, by
Hartz & Cabcsf n.
A Great Benefactor.
' Educators are certainly the greatest
benefactors of the race, and after readme
Dr. Franklin Milts' popular works can
not help declaring him to be among the
most entertaining and educating authors.
New York Daily. Ile is not a stranger
to cur readers, as his advertisenients ap
pear in our columns in every issue calling
attention to the ftct that hiselopant
wok on N rvcus and Heart Disiafcsis
distributed free by our enterprising drug
eist. EUrrz & B&br.sen. Trial bottles of
Dr. Miles' Nervine are given cw ay; also
book e f testimonials sbwitg that it is
unequaled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor memory, d rzicess, s'eep'-ss-nE9,
neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy.
Slilea' Herve and Liver Till.
Act op a new prii'oip'e r guHttr g the
liver s'amtrh and bi -v tl- throne i. the
n'-rvts. A. c;w d'scrvrrv. Tr. Vi'cs'
P. lis spt ecily care illiocr-i.c I t.d taste,
torpid liTo', pile?, ossttpntiop. Un
eqtsu'.'i ; for bit., v.cmr-n, iril'.ei.
Su-nllrvd, mildest, suret! 5;' dog'-s 35
test-:. Sam Dies fr.e at Hirtz, & llan-H-n'8.
Vi..". the Hon. George G. Vest : svs ;n
cgird to the snperiortty of the Hirerh
bers's t.'isim'-iid ahd JjCE-chfcr.get.Me spec-t'lCleR-
"Ir.m usinr: plaetts which I purihssed
from Prof. Rirscbbcrg acri they arc tbe
best I tver tried; it tffords trie treat
pleasure to rcct irnnr.d Prof. I.lirfchbtrg
bs an i iccllent opticiar, und bis rt's-sscf
arc siiip'v ureoualled in mv rxperience
G. G. Vest.'
The? e spt ctLtk-s are for sale by T. H
Thcrr.t: n?cft tf r Pork I:dr'.
Fits AU fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great Ntrve Ii;'tcrer No fits
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ft cases. Send to Dr. Kline. 931 Arch
meet, Philadelphii"., Pa. For sale by all
du'Esdste. cnll on tc-ts
"2 ;--;r,KLY a vegetable corr.jjounei,
g-' i::5ile entirely of roots and herbs
SJ. c: it'-'.crd from tbe forests of
l.-crin, andliasbeen used by lv.iilior.s
or ;'ccpIo with the best results. It
Ail Manner of Blood diseases, from ths
rcslif jrdus little boil c i your r.ose to
t ', : v. o: st cases of inherited Liood
iair.t, such as Scrofula, Khcumatism,
Catarrh an I
Tr.nti5--n Rlvd r.r:d fkin r-'0!?"S mailed
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Ail GliroDic kmm
Successful v Treated Upon the
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No Experiments cr False Representations-
and Advice Free and Ccn-ffdential-
At Harper House Saturday,
H.. h.-d years of esyerler.ee in the largest hopi
t il in the connt-y and :b a irmdnnte o? eeveral of
the best college in the United s.ttes. ant has
Ju t returned fro.-n a tour of the largest hospital
iu Europe, whete he has b eu stud, inn tie lattst
ar.d mot imp-ovcd methods of treaiing the dis
eases of hlch he mikes a specialty.
He ha hud years of rxpi-rieiue prior to his
Eorop-an trip, and is well known in this vicin ty
as he bra cure i hundreds in your city and vicin
ity, in the lt three year. He takes lio lncur
aule dl-eases, hut baa cured tinndre 's h'i have
been aiven nji as incurable by 1.x al physicians.
Acute chrot.ic catarrh, clir. ntc d;arrhoea,
painful or suppressed met struat on. biSimation
of tiie womb, n.flarr ation of the bladder, diabc-te,
dypep'ia, constipation, kidney, ntinary and
bladder tronnles. ".'.right's disease, tape worrs,
crooked limbs an cniar -cd joints. club ioot.white
swe Iti.g. nervousness and jrcner.il debility, impo
tercy, lencerrhea, pimple, blotches, "cancer,
drep-y, pravel elect. Ron'-rrhoea, hjdrocele. h art
(iisease, hsteria. M. Vitus dance, pura!Tis,
iheumJtt-m. sstuma. female weakness, etc.
All surgical o; eratinr.s performed.
Kpile; ey or Ills p sit-.ve y cured.
l'tles enred ithont pain, kniie or cau-t:c.
B oo 1 and sktn diseases cured by iir proved and
never f.-iilinir remedies
K yes ro ( y, s cured in one minu'e without
patn. Weak, watery eyes, droptiim lhls, CTanii!
atcd li'is, sore cvee of ai form, ili hairs, ct-r-:ic'.
fa'-c pupils, p."te, scnni'. turnins In and
ou of lias.
Ear Nosscs tnl ilctfr.ess, u'ceration, dis-chflri:e-,
Set-Ni.sul cat -rrh. piVyt ns of the nose, piss
tic opira' ions, etc. Dr. WLlters can absolutely
and i rmanei tly enre any case of catarrh that
ever existed. He honestly believes he cat show
a -rrratcr record of cases i f catarrh cured than all
other physicians in the state
tsuiaU tumors, cancers, warts, moles, etc., re
moved without acids, knife, jin or scar. Ntw
method, KUctrol sis.
I.AoiEs That "tired" feelire and all the female
weaknesses are tjrompt'y cored, Uloating, head
aches, nervons prostration, (reneral t.ebility,
skenlcssuess depression, indteestion, ovarian
tronbics, inllanimation and nlcciatioD, fallinft and
displacement, spinal weakness, kidLey com
I ltiints. and change of life.
Org anal Weakness Immediately cured and
fn!l vicor restored. This distreasin? affliction,
which renders life a burden and mar-nape impos
sible, is the penaltv paid by the victim of impro
per indn'pence. The most chaste must acknow
ledge ! but tbe passions are the ereat magnet by
which the whole world is attracted. Destroy
them and what have we? Man is no longer inter
eted tn the opposite sex; the intercaange of that
blissful repose which now attracts and interest!
the whole world exists no longer; man ceases to
be what Ciod made him; the world is no lonier in
terestinR to him, and remorse and di appointment
are his constant companions. Consult Dr. Walter
at once, and yon will find the evmpathy and re
lief that you positively reqnlre to be happv.
Kettcmber the date, and come early," as his
rooms are alw ays crowded wherever he goes.
Pr. Walter will return everv fonr weeks dur-in-r
the year 1 1 lt-93. Brtrfr from two tt fonr ox.
of urine for chemical analysia.
man P. Walter, M. D.,
Now is the Time
On'y a few days lefs to make
your purchases for the Holidays
aud the place to go to get them
W. TBEFZ & CO.
2011 Fourth Avenue,
Birkenfeld'a Old Ftand.
-ALL niXIiS 07
last Iron Work
tor.. A rpctlalty of fumiehtryj l kinds
of Stoyct with Castings a 6 oect
A MACHINE SHOP
.as been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done Cnt-claH.
SINTH ST. ANP 7th AVE.
DOWNING SK0S.. Propts.
They wash their clothes
i t,.y wX "v-zi ess x t.
I ' i. t r' Bi - fi-- w
i to where. W 3
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selected stock of Decorated Chinaware, China and BUqao doll?.
2TRS. C. KITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
B. F. DeGSAH,
Contractor etnd. Builder.
CrWrA Tl1 KlrtT PAfna, Cj.avfntS
and Rcvcnth Avenue,
fa1" All kinds of carpet-ter work a specialty.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on thort notice and saturation guaranteed.
Offloe amd Sboo 721 Twelfth Strwt, ROCK BLARD
PROTECT YQURJYES i
MR. II. HIRSCKBERG
The well-known )p'cian ef m (Hit,
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appointed T. H. Thorns- I, ai-t". f''"f
celcbra e'l Diamcnd Stiecn'Cs iT
flasses, and also-for his Dtnu.-,d t
( hanecab'.e b;cctachs and V'tr.. ., '
Jhe giassce are the -reatest-v.'a
ever mxiie in sitpri-r ... u .
cocstinctien if tne Ln.s a p"--
chhsiripa r air of tbi... "
G!a-es uuver has to etsnf e ihe,.l
from the eyes, and every ,a r ;"c-c
Is guaranteed, so that if th,-T tt,r ';,..
theccr (no matter how or rr.vchcc it,
with s new rs'r of t la-sii- f-v. r.r ' ,,L:';'
i.iuses arei tnev win tr--;,h ., -
T. H. THOMAS hasa U s.-o-:,rii
end invites ail to e-,:ifv thrrr..eTe
of the treat superioritj r.f tt:w.t. (; s,;
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and examine the same at T II. rtonuy
drnegist and optician. Hoc.Is.unt.
No Peddlers Supplied.
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Piaai andci'.'ui'.et for all k'.net or tr. l .'. '