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THE AUG US, Fill DA IT, JANUARY 0,1893.
rBshed Daily and Weekly tt 1034 Seeood
Arcane, Bock bland,
J W. Potter,
Tsbhs Dally 60c per month; Weekly 19.00
per annum; in aaraace (l .au.
All communications of a critical or arjramenta
tire character, political or religions, unit haTe
reel name atcached for publication. No anch
arocieswiu ne pnmea orer amnions signatures.
Anoraon. communications not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from erery township
in hock, isiana counur.
Friday, Januabt 8. 1893.
South Dakota's Episcopal biBbop ta
making a vigorous attack on the divorce
mill business of the state.
Panama bats witn gy colored bands
will hardly be ibe prevailing style in
Paris next summer.
New York World: Mr. Foster, of the
treasury department, is transferring gold
from New Orleans and Philadelphia to
Washington. Be is thus increasing his
store of gold. On this principle any
one can add to bis wealth, simply by
piling up bis possessions all in one
Here is the lime table for 1893: Lnt
begins Feb. 15 and ends with Easier Sun
day, April 2; Washington's birthday,
Feb. 22, is on Wednesday; inauguration
of the president, Saturday, March 4; St.
Patrick's day, March 17, Friday; Faurth
of July, Tuesday ; Ltbor Day, Monday,
Sept. 4; Christmas, D,c. 25, Monday. It
wdl be seen, says the Buffalo Commer
cial, that Mr. Cleveland will have a
chance to rest Sunday, March 5, and
then to begin bright and early Monday
morning to "ail thine; to rights."
A German newspaper, the HerzfUde
ZiitUDg, has it that Mr. Cleveland is ih
possessor of 120.000.000. The wealth
came to him, we read, as an inheritance
from a Pittsburg millionaire, who died
in 1865 and willed that bis fortune should
go to the next democratic president of
the United States. The germ of this
extraordinary story, printed so far away,
is to be found in the fact thst in 1876 an
Allegheny county Irishman, who had
never lived under a democratic president,
bequeathed bis property under such con
ditions, but when the executors had set
tled the estate they had no assests re
maining for "the next democratic pres
ident," so Mr. Cleveland got nothing at
PubtUb the Tension Rolls.
The following letter to the New York
Sun illustrates the icn?in sjsiem of this
country as carried out under reck'ess
commissioners of pensioca:
A correpondent of yours propose a
reduction of 10 per cent for 10 year on
oensions. In some cases it would be
just, in otters not. Please allow me to
tell what I know about James H. Bon
Till, of invalid pensioa claim No. 527.
04, late of Company H.Thirteentn Mich
igan infantry. He was a prisoner in
libby prison when our troops took Rich
mond. You know how few lived to get
home that had been confined in that pen
The strain on bis nerves was such that it
caused slow paralysis and now he is
helpless. He can't dress or undress him
self, can't feed himself, can't brush a fly
from his face.
I fought two years to get him a pension
of $4 a month. It has been increased to
tl6 a month. The examining board
live io the same place and know lull well
An able-bodied man in the same town
jets $'5 dollars month.
H. S. BOLTill.
Ivarwick, N. T.. Dec. 19.
The Grand Army Gaxette recently cited
a case where a veteran who was disabled
in battle received f 2 Ja month, while a
fellow who fell from his horse and was
ligbtlj disabled, but never wounded,
was mated by Corporal Tanner at $30 a
month and given t5.;00 in back pension.
The Springfield Rregister says: "The
names of all pensioners should be pub
lished in the counties where they reside,
so that the people may know who the
.pensioners are, what their injuries were
or are, and how much money they are
getting from the public purse. The pen
sion list should be a roll of honor, and no
honest pensioner has anything to feat
from such publication."
Dame Katun is a Good Book-keeper.
She don't let n stay lang In her debt before w e
aettle for what we owe htr. Bbe gives ug a few
years' (Trace at the most, but the reckening sure
ly? me. Mar yon negkeud a cough oral
lowed yoar Wood to grow impure without heed
ing Ilia warning? Bewlselntime.ardsetthe
world famed Br. fleece's Golden Medical Dis
oy. Which o n as well as promises. As a
blood renovator, ft lung- healer, and a cure for
sorofulous taints, It towers above all others, as
Olympus overtops a mole hill. To warrant a
ommodi'y is to be honorable and above decep
tion, and a Kuarantee is a symbol of honest
dealing. Too got It with every bottle of the
DisoTery " By druggists.
Couldn't Do It.
"Jake was madly in love with Cora, and
she told him if he would look her straight
in the eye and tell her that he never loved
another, she would marry him." '
'Did he do it?"
"No; be couldn't."
"Had loved another, had he?"
"Oh, no; he was cross eyed." Yankee
It is not what its proprietors say but
what Hood's Birsaparllla does that tells
the story of its merit. Hood's Ssrsapar
I've a secrt t In my heart. Sweet Marie?
A tale I wo aid Impart, love, to thee.
Every daisy in the dell
Knc ws my secret knows It well.
And yet I c are not tell. Sweet Marie.
When I hold your hand in mine. Sweet Marie,
A feeling n ost divine comes to me;
All ' he world is fnll of spring.
Full of warblers on the wing,
And I listen while they sing. Sweet Marie.
In the mom when I awake. Sweet Marie;
Seems to m my heart will break, love, for thee.
Every ware that shakes the shore
Seer is to sing it o'er and o'er.
Seems to say that 1 adore Sweet Mari?.
When the s inset tints the west. Sweet Marie,
And I sit dc wn to rest, lore, with thee,
Erei y star that studs the sky
Seeds to stand and wonder why
They are di nmer than your eye. Sweet Marie.
Not the sun glints in your hair. Sweet Marie,
Nor becaust your face Is fair, love, to see.
But vour soul so pure and sweet
Male my happiness complete,
Makea ma filter at your feet. Sweet Marie.
I must hush or I shall tell. Sweet Marie,
But perhaps it's jnst as well, lore, for me.
Far iiiy soul is so distressed.
Lean your head against my breast.
And you car guea the rest. Sweet Marie. 4
t'y Warman in Creede Chronicle.
Coating; Iron witll Copper.
A process has been introduced for pro
tecting steel and iron by means of a coat
ing of coprer. When the invention was
first made it was applied to the construc
tion of telt graph wires, but since then
further developments of the process have
enabled it 1 1 be employed in the manufac
ture of coin ilete ship plates. The method
employed is similar to that of the old silver
plating process, in which plates of the two
metals were rolled together without any
chemical or electrolytic means being em
ployed. A short cc pper ingot is cast on a core of
iron or steel; the copper is shorter than the
core, and not placed symmetrically, but so
disposed toward one end that the unequal
travel of thj coating, when afterward ex
tended by rolling, may be compensated
for. P::veforthe provision of special groov
ing of the rt Hers to prevent the formation
of fins of the softer metal, the subsequent
operations are conducted in the ordinary
way. Adva :i.age is taken of the retention
of heat by tbe steel core to diminish the
excessive ductility of the copper by chill
ing the covering. When the porosity of
the coat of t opper and the difficulty in ob
taining perfect adherence is overcome, the
process will become a commercial success.
What a, Dozen Is.
The child is taught at school that a
dozen meuns twelve every time, but when
the child grc ws iuto a man he finds that,
dozen is a very elastic term. A baker's
dozen is thir een, and so is a publisher's or
a news asent's in many parts of the world.
In some sections a dozen of fish mean
twenty-six, end there are other anomalies
of this kind. But to find a dozen indicat
ing anything from two to fifty it is neces
sary to go to the earthenware trade.
Here the sue and weight of art icles da
cide how maiy make a dozen, and in jugs,
bowls, plates and so on there are two, fxir,
six, eight or more to the dozen. Ad.een
composed of twelve articles is a very'na
usual thing in the wholesale pottery tic.de,
and as a result there are few clc-rk?jns
more difficult to hold than in this line, f
tried the wcrk once and failed ignomin
iously. To J. are to find the cost of 500
articles at s much a dozen when that
dozen may m -ran anything is a very diffi
cult task tint :l a man gets thoroughly used
to it. St. l.o lis Globe-Democrat.
Clioohins a Minister.
The parish kirk of Driechton had been
rather unfortunate in its ministers, two of
them having gone off in decline within a
twelvemonth of their appointment, and
now, after he tring a number of candidates
for the vacancy, the members were looking
forward with keen interest to the meeting
at which the election of the new minister
was to take p" ace. ' Weel, Marget," asked
one female pHrishioner of another, as they
foregathered on the road one day, "wha
are you gaui to vote for?" "I'm just
thinkin I'll vote for none o' them. I'm no'
muckle o' a ;udge, an it'll be the safest
plan," was Marget's sagacious reply.
"Toots, woman, if that's the way o't. vote
wi' me." "Ai hoo are you gaun to vote?"
"I'm gaun to rote for the man that I think
has the soundest lungs, an '11 no' bother
us wi' deein aain ia a hurry.' Scottish
Tie Giant Squid.
Undoubted! r the giant squid, which has
only become familiarly known to science
within a few years, has frequently been
mistaken for a sea serpent. In all qualities
which can ren ler a marine monster horri
ble this huge and frightful mollusk may
be said to cr in pare favorably with any
creature of tict or fiction. When full
grown it weighs 10,000 pounds, having a
body fifty feet long and two arms, each 100
feet in lengtt , as well as eight smaller
tentacles. A model of a diminutive indi
vidual measuring only forty-two feet from
the end of its tail to either tentacular ex
tremity is on exhibition at the National
museum la Washington. Chicago News.
Wkut Puzzled Louia.
Louis Phili ipe was a wit. What be
specially excel .ed in was the clinching of
an argument, f-neh as, for instance, his final
remark on the death of Talleyrand. He
had paid him a visit the day before. When
the news of the prince's death was brought
to him he said: "Are yon sure he isdead?"
"Very sure, sire," was the answer; "why,
did not your majesty himself notice yester
day that he wa? dying?" "I did, but there is
no judging fro n appearances with Talley
rand, and I bare lievn nskiug myself for
the last four aiid twenty hours what inter
est he could possibly have in departing nt
this part icular moment." San Francisco
Everybody v lio hns ever looked at the
moon with a telescope knows that it is a
wonderful wor d of extinct volcanoes. We
have upon the earth no craters to be com
pared with tht giunts of the moon, some
of which are f.ftyor sixty miles iu dium
eter. The czar of F ussia is the largest individ
ual land holdei in the world. The area of
his possessions is far greater than that of
the entire repu die of France.
The first volume of poems by Alfred
Tennyson came out when he was twenty
four, lie was forty-one when "In Memo
riam" came from the press.
There's no lossibility of being witty
without a little ill nature; the malice of a
good thing is tl e barb that makes it stick.
Jehoram, kin ; of Judah, died of a loath
some disease which caused his body to
drop to pieces before death came to his
THE BEST POLICY.
Frauklin'a Maxin the Key to
Why It Is So, hnd How It is Proved in a
Specific Instance How a Ltrge Bui-i
ntsa Was Buiii Up.
"Bonts'y ia the best policy."
So wrote Benjarrln Franklin, the first Ameri
can phlllospher. and the truth of this phrase is
agried to by ever) body.
It is onW by the oercis-e of absolute honesty
thai any strong, permanent business can be bnilt
up. DUhooeat method.', false representation,
nnkent promises or deception of my k nd, will
ei her cripple or destroy any business This is
special y true with regard io any bostness thai
is built np bv advertising. The aarerttser mubt
fulfill every promise he mikes or he will never
bring a patron into bis houve the second titre.
It it by honest and efficient work : by me- ting
every prom is that they mast ; by candid a strai- bt
forward ana trntntu: coi auci in i me physicians
cf the Scott Medirial Institute have built up the
large prarlice to nose, throat, lung and ttomach
oinae which they m w poese's.
D. W. WiUon asrerts than he can and do s
rare certain diseases and presei-ts every we k
frei-h tes iraoi y to t rove this as-ertion But
more than this tht y pr ve it in thgir fflces
Every one cf their iittiei ts is r nthusitftic in the
praise of tbese phy-ic i.s, who bbve done fcr
them what others nave failed to do.
A gentleman now under ' reatmeri t at the Sc tt
Mt-dieal Institute Biid a few nays ago: "I have
t.eated for the pat-t ten .r fifteen years for ca
.arn , 1 first tried cur loCil physicians ai.d get
no relief. I then med the best known remedits
wbUb re advenisid in the daily press and a -o
some SiHCialist in catarrh but got no tel ef
After rta tine the cur s ueriormea by the cot
Medical Inntuts and the xt temen's ronde by j
mv neighbors ann friends i deetuea to go aaete
what. ih- would say in regard to my ras-. I
was tilt 1 ton d ! cure , 1 had ben loid o
before but without result. Well to make a io-1
norvthortl d eiuvo 1 w uld give them atri 1
a- thtir mediciue a d treutmei.t erst but
$5.00. A MONTH.
J" w sir, wi uid ytu leTie'e! 1 h-d tetnoie
week unoer treatmei t hen 1 f It betnrthim
I had for twenty years. I had a c nMsnt air-j
charijeof mucuous into my throat, pain ovt-r he '
ey.s, tiea- aebe, uim rejectee iLg m my su macu, '
Howies coietiputeii tnu my m t annoyii g
lymi'tcms wa- , rour'pgor buzz ug nie in my
clrs. lias thut been stopped? Yes sir. 1 h ive
ban nonoe vtuater in my i ara i"celcom
luenccd and the r st of my ayinpton- have a mot
emirrly i S.-.1; p.-ard. I bave In the men t ine
hTnihi ftinr msH to tl:e Heoit Meeical .n.irut
similar to mi: e and I knew whst th. y htVr! dime j
fcr me they cr d f r mv f lei ds. 1 can Safely
say 1 have had more rel cf and feel b. Her frm i
one week's trentmi nt by tbe phytic! us of ih j
.'cott Me. icai 1ns itute thin 1 hive LaUiulweuw
y -ir t efnre .
'I he fureiag statement is by apromnent
liu-ni. s- man of Uavenjort, who is ave-se to i
having hi9 i atne and pxtur appear in the pap r
tut 1 1 tame tai t.dui-tS3 cm ne tu u una
t-tatemeni verified on Kppli-at ioD to thi physi
cians f Sc ti Atecicai Itstittite, Iiavcup.r,
It is not uncommon to henr con merits cf this
kind A. a ma'terof tact, the putt nts who are '
umn r the rare f the scotl Medical lnstituieas
s st to a farareater ext nt than newrpaperad
vertismg does in coi tribntini; to the pract Co of !
thi plivsicmns The e are 11 kinds of ader-
I ainc doctor, but this rray be set down as a,
li-Lth; it is the hmust advrti-er only whoau
I reap-r, aid the pram's; that is made ti th j
v i c:s must be cur ledi ut in the oft cc. oi ihe t
pco:eeh e!p'-u i will uver get bi yond the
thud visit. j
Tte rh. fic'sns of ti e Fro't Ve leal Int itut J
I ave tl e ii-piH pract c- 'n nos--, lliroai, lun: an 1 1
stoniechi s : s s in tt.et rceeiti.s. They give I
lu.'veist' rantlau io i. Their fee? are sa low as
o be as'onis-iiirg. They fuml h ah medicine,
compounded in their own lab-rn'ory. free, a d
tliey effect a cure In every caee they" undertake
that is curable. . i
CA3 CaTA&SH EE CUSEI? TES.
We make this stanlinc offer, fjo mary -c ailed
"con s' are bronght before the pnb c that are
valueless and ati imprs tion, em as a speiia 1st is
a t to land Ins on ire a ment too high, we make
t is peieroti!' offer to the public. It is a meet
! pi ssihle tooeme to onr office Curing ffl e tours
arid not find frm one to 10 and frequently 20 ens. s
at a time WHitinv for ireatraei.t Tee phyeiiia 8
of the - co t M- i al 'nsti ute invite every i ereon
si ffeiins from catarrh, no-e o. throat, eye or ear
dirfici.l y to Wit their farlors. .21 Hrady streer,
laveriort, '(a. Walk in. taken chair (if any
he vacant) inqu re 'f any patient as to what they
thit k of their progn ss. lr the r answer is not
ixr'ectly satii-f:ittiry io jo:i4we will not f el
sligh ed if ou co i (it wish to take treauret.t
from rs, only we wonld sn.gat that yon enquire
of a I atient who hi s been at lea't two wei ks un
ccr our c re.
$5 A MOKTB!
All ratients on er treatnrnt before Jan. S. 'OS,
will be treated until cured fir 5 a month. Thi-.
includes comuliatlon. exan lnauon. tr a taunt
and medicins for all patients ana all diaeascs.
We feci it io be a f uty to the fnhlic to xtend
the time of tbii card, which expired on Dec. 13,
oinn to the fact that snch a large number of
p-ople called at our of& e for conrultation dur
ing our absence.
$5.00. A MONTH.
On January id, 1893 will appear picture, state
mei t and testimonal of a well known Davenpo t
man wbo has not breathed through his roctriils
for the past 80 j ears, now entirely cured of ca
tarrh. Would si-ace permit we wculd give it
now, but we do not desire to occupy the while
page or this tews, api r.
Tbe $5 Rate Holds Good for All of
F ve dollar a month until curad. rot enly fo
Ca'arrh, bnt for ad diseases. This inc udei
asthma, aoitea. or drops, dvspi aim, loss of voice,
aoerezoia. or lors of appetite, often caused by
caUr.h of the ttomach ; all disease of the luDgs
tuberculosis orconanmpt on. in ltaea ly st-pes
positively cured by tbe New Lung Rented y; infil
tration of the iungs, causing tightness, abort
breathing, etc ; disea-es of the iver, kidneys and
spleen, i.i betea melites, or water? oondltion of
the til- od, acnte Brtght'a di ease; diseases of tbe
bladder; hert dit-eaae. valv ilar and functional;
miirjl liifufflciency, reducing dropy, shorn ess
of b-eatb and general debili y; stomach tronb'e in
all its forms Success in treating catarrh of
ton ach is pi enomenal. bowel romplaint", chrom
ic a arrnra caturrnoi tae howies. chrcn e cot sti
pation. etc.: rtcial diseases si fficieutiy tn atcd
liemmorholps, rectal ulcers, fi-tula, latfus of
bowelx, etc. ; blood disorders, fcrotula and is
effects, Mzema, etc. ; special attention to ulcers
of lorg stanoine.
l)ieace of the eye and ear arc treated wi n
lat st me. hods ad appliances
Diseases of women In ated by physicians who
have made life long study of this branch of work.
OF VlT.Ui INTEREST.
This Is the season of coughs and colrls, which
after by neg ect. termii ate in pneumonia or
chronic catarrh of t'le throat and lungs, and
eventually in consumption. Ileed the warning
sign-1 lio i ot ni g ect y. u svlf until yoi.r brou
icbal roui-li has atta neii the ditzhuy of incipient
coneumpiion, but treat it and care it now. Do
not wante v-.lu able time by swall wi g naoseou
anil ueles-cough irups and ezpeciorai t h ch
only ir.itKte and sicken the stomach, but consult
skid, d anu trained special sib who kn jut
wnut to uo for you and when to do it, and wili
sjM-ecilv telieve your backing roUL'h and ret tore
to normal conditlun the mucous li embrane and
tcctt Medical Institute,
221 Brady St-, Davenport. Iowa.
OVEB AMERICAN EXTEKES CO.
SPECIALTIES Catarrh aid ail Dis
pise of the Eje, Etr, Throat and Lunjcs
Nt rvous Diseabes, Skin Diseases, Chronic
OfBce flours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
m , ? to 8 p. ra.
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usr' Treatise and , tHal b&ttle ttce to
lafllictedtoDll.lCLIMtLM Arch S iH tt-'n,;. .
ed in let
sion speaking of its gratify
ing results in their practice.
of cod-liver oil with Hype
phosphites can be adminis
tered when plain oil is out of
the question. It is almost
as palatable as milk easier
to digest than milk.
Prepared by Scott A Bowns. N. Y. All drntnrisM-
llil ironic Jimbs
Successfully Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No Experiments or r alse Representations-
and Advicw Free and Ccn-ffdential-
At Harper Hoxtse Saturday,
H-. h il ycaif of rx; c sci cc In the laig. ft 1 ofpi
tnl in the country and Is a crndu-te o. several of
the beet colleges in the I'nitert Sates. 111 h m
ju t returned fiom a tour of the 'aigert hcpp tals
In Europe, where he l-as bi en stsidj ine fe la'tst
end most improved methods of treatinu the dis
eases cf vbich he makes a ppecialty.
He ha bad years of txerieuce prior to his
Enropoan trip, and is well know n in this vicin ty
as he has cure ' hundreds in vourciiy and vicin
ity, in the list three ear-. lie takes no incur
able di cafes, tut hssrnrcd humlre swhi have
been iv. n up as ir.cu'ab.e by lnai physicians.
Acnte tin chro' ic catarrh, chr nic diarrhoea,
painfu; or suppremcd met struat on. Inflsmation
ot the womb, ii.flan ation of 'hcIadd- r. diabetes,
dyspepsia, conftlpation, kidney, minary and
blcdder tronble. Briht's disease, tape won s,
crooked limbs ant enlar ed joints, club 'cxt, while
swelling, nervoufnefs and geuenl debility, inipo
tency. leu&rrhea, pimple, blotches, cancer,
dropnv, gravel gleet, gon- rrhoea, hjdrocele, h' art
disease, hsttria, m Vitu dauce, paralysis,
rhcumatlMn, att- ma. female weakness, etc.
All turical operations perfotmed.
Knile,.cy or tits p :sitive y enred.
Tiles cured without pain, knife or caustic.
B ood and skiu diseases cured by hl proved and
never failing rcmedie-
Etes ross eyes cured in one minute without
pain. Weak, watery ejes, drojndmR lid, eranul
ated lids, sore cyea of any form, wil i hairs, cat
rract. false pupils, spots, scum . turning ta and
Kan Nosses and deafness, ulceration, dis
charge, polypus, etc.
Nosa Nasal cattrrh.polvt us of the nose, plas
tic opera iens, etc. Dr. Walters can absolutely
and permanently cure any case of catarrh that
ever existed Be honestly believes he can show
a greater record or cases f catarrh cured than all
other physicians in the state
Small tnmora, cancers, warts, moles, etc.. re
moved without acids, knife, pain or scar. New
Ladies That "tired" feeling and all the female
weaanesaea are orompt'y cured. Bloating, bead
aches, nervous prostration, general eebility,
aleeplessr ess, depression, indigestion, ovartaa
trouV.ee, Inflammation and ulceration, falling and
displacements, spinal weakness, kidney com
plaints, and change of life.
Oboahal Weakness Immediately cured aad
fnll vigor restored. Thia distressing affliction,
which render Ufa a burden and marriage impos
sible. Is the penalty paid by the victim or impro
per indulgence. The most chaste must acknow
ledge that thepassions are the great magnet by
which the whoe world la attracted. Destroy
them and what have we? Man Is no longer inter
ested In tbe opposite sex; tbe interchange of that
blissful repose which now attracts and interests
the wbole world exists no longer; man cease to
be what God made him ; tic world is no longer in
tererting ta him, and remorse and di app. intment
are bts constant companions. onrnlt Dr. Walter
at once, and yon will find the sympathy and re
lief that you positively leqnire to be happy-.
Rex ember the cate. and come early, as his
rooms are always crowded wherever be goes
Dr. Walter will return every fonr weeks dur
ing the year fltwS. Briig from two to four ox.
of urine for chemical analysis.
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
1748 State St.. Chicago.
-ALL KIN7?8 OF-
Oast lion W ork
done. A specialty of furnishing al. kind
of Stovcj with Castings a 8 oects
A MACHINE SHOP
a been aided wuere all Kinds of mac kin
work will ba done Urst-ciass.
NINTH 8T. AI 7th AVE.
DOWNING 3K0&., ProDts.
rbo desires a good business position rn the WixUt
nireity should write at once for Prospectus or the
auaoua Metropolitan Baslaesa Oollem Chicago.
i . vwimwv,iiHii'niiii. AiMi reaa
Would you know
s-' - .- III,
r I B II V I L.. i-
Is tl?e cause of
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE?, WELL KNOWN-
and Leader in Styles and workmansriip, has received
FALL STOCK ji Suitings and Overcoatings.
? " Call ard leave yenr older.
Si'R Block Opposite Harper House;
i-rry our brani of SMOSS!) 51 EATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telcphono orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
ISpGood Booms by day or nighL
; WM, GLASS, Proprietor.
A. BLACKS ALL ,
Manufacturer of al kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Cant Flae Shoea specialty. KCTalrlocdone neatly and promptly.
A akare af your patronage respectfully sc.iched.
1618 Second Avenu. Rock Islnod. V'.
I hava Just received and offer at my usuil noDular nrlcea the laruest and best selected stock
Pluah and Leather fancy articles. Toya of every
selected atock or Decorated Chlnaware, China and Uisque dolls.
BIRS. C. MITSOH'S. 1314 Tfcird Ave
Office aad Shop Corner SeTenteenth 8t
and BeTenth Avenue,
"All kinds of carpenter work a SFeclaltT.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Dome.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction; guaranteed.
Offlo mmi. EWw 721 Twelfth Strait. 0CK ISLAND.
uuriaces so beam?
X: Olivia I
iuper corries anriso.
& Co. Chicago,
PROTECT YOUR EYES 1
MR. H- HIRSCHBERfT
The well-known tiptician of 1 -.
(M. E. cor. 71 hand olive). St. Lo,". .'
appointed T. H.Tbrimastt aett,. .'-cefcbra-cl
Diamcnd Specarirt ami t
glasses, and also for Lis Disaotd v
Changeable (-ctacles and En-?si-1
be elapses are tte greatest' ir,.
ever made in epecteciea. H t ,
constrnction cf the Lei.? a pw ".'
chasing a pair cf these Noti;bt.
rjrr. ,uu rer m r j nrl-
in huoibijicch, r'j ii.nc 11 inev eves
the eyer (no matter bow or scrat-t.
..r-tt- oi.j iiit, "in it.mi-n t.e p.Ht;
T.H.THOMAS ba-a fn'.l j.Si
and invites all to sntlcfv :hfrtjE
of the great superiorit of these
over any anu an otnere now !n ic ,. l
snrl PTHirjin the ,imi .t t ll 4?
druggist andoptician. Hoc isiatd
description. Rocking horsca and fleds. A "
: : Rock Island
Plana and estimates for all kinds of building