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TILE ARGUS. THURSDAY JANUAliY 12. 18951.
PHYSICIANS. ECONOMIC FACTS WANTED. I - WAYS OF THE BORROWER. j 1 1 WLLEin: ' .. - "
DRS. B ARTH iiUiw w o u on.
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DR. C3AS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
MBce MeCuUoafib Bolldinc. 14 W. M 81.
Bo,: to 11 up: 1 1" pm-
)P VrlMjM. D. Gio.W.Wni,iB.
DBS. MYERS & WHEELER,
iu.ri.,rr ant f Women
( tic uvi i n 1
- .rncs hours.
R. MTKRS I OH. WHIEMTtt.
n ,r, 1" a m I to 10 a m.
inVtd7tnp. m 1 1 to 8 and 7 to p. m
S ilephon. 120U. I Ke. telephone, 11M. ,
fcr,.iu L. HABlfATT. CLARK U. BOTOllD.
HAM MATT & BUFORD.
ernTTPrTi", Rock Msnd, in 0.n;e Room
v.n J. I J- K... I. linn
41, flncacii - "J"11
GEO. P. STATJTJTJH A R.
mm and tancrintcndcnoe for all'rlasr oX
,m, 53 and Sfl, Mitchell Lyndn building
Bros Ivy. Cor Prince St.. Kcw York City.
R1ttr d nd 'rnorsted nnl :r Bow mtmscraent,
- t? Knrop-'Hn pi n.
Rj..m r.i:iJ &Uy aid upward.
-ra il equal lo the be?t In too city St raod-
in " i. ri. siaiinns anil rr?am
and ft " IstMix- pa-s the d xr.
I u TI till . I'll A 1 I I f VT T
A Mm to Hart tho Com Bar an Pev
St. Lonrts Jan. 11. The Western Ecr
nowiic association, an organization which
was haxgely instrnriwntal in bar ng tlie
eleventh cenrus show the mortgage indebt
edness and tenure of farm and bones, cs
a means of ascertaining the ratio of distri
bution of wealth, has issued a circular
asking ail organized bodies labor nnioi.s,
Farmers' Alliances, granges, poIitic.il meel
ings, religious bodies to take an et rly op:
portunity to adopt resolutions urei as con
gress to place the census bureau on a p..
manent basif. and that part of its perma
nent duties shall be to collect date show
ng what percentage of the people occupy
their own hones and farms; what terceiit-
age are tenants; what percentage ol prop
erty Is free fiom debt; value of the proper
ty and the percentage mortgaged. Citizens
are also urijed to write their congressmen
pa 'Hi piniert.
Nebraska Salons Du Nothing.
Lincoln, Xeb., Jan. II. After a three-
days' recess the legislature convened yes
terday, only to further potpone th-j sena
torial election. The senate failed to organ
ize, and adjourned for the day. The su..c
business is at a ftaudstill, the ou -go;:.
auditor refusing to .ign vouchers a ad ti
outgoing treasurer refusing to receive or
Muipby Hm AltnoKt a Walkover.
ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. U In the Demo
cratic caucus last nhit r.'I the se lators
voted for Edward Murphy, Jr., for I'nited
States stnat r except Senntars AfcCli'llnml
and 'William L. Itiwn, v. ho Vutini f r V.
Bourke t'wkran. All the a. pinbiyni.n
voted for Murphy but three, who vot' il
for C?ockran The vote v.-as, Murpi.v bo,
r.i-w and CnTinle'e Treatment, eonMMnff of
jifwi'iinr't"". Omtmt'nt In i'apnl, also (n Box
O'. n a r.TMii'c uro nr ox:eraai, mini or
"dii IWhlnir, Chronic Reffeni or IlerediMry
5 FcotLK wKKiairKt and nDT other rits
it i- n!ara a trrent henefit to thj general
M.itli. i hf first discovery of a medical cure ren-i-:o:in
o;rition with the knife ooneceppary
Iter. TiiIm K' medy ha neer been known
J'vl. il it box.d for ?5; ent by mail. Why
llVrfroo tti terriible disrate when a written
irjn! ! pn:tlly (flTen with 8 bottle., to re
w i '.h? moni-'T if not cared. Send m&mp for
t- nrnt e. uaaranutc i9ea oyoar anonu
PANESE liver pellets
tv iH-nnjlc on the -tnmaeh. Liver and Bw
0 iis;! Dnepia, Dllloasne'K, Keer, Coldc,
l-vooi )iorderi,-leepte'ene,Lo. of Appetite.
vtw the compaction ; perfect digeouon fol
ri'hf'ras". Po'itivc enro forgica: IIsadachb
Onmnit.on. Hmsll, mild, tary to talc.. Large
.ofV) 38 rent".
IHKTZ 4 BAdNSaN Sole Agents Rock Inland
T. H. THOMAS.
The right in Wisconsin.
N AVisax, Vis., Jnn. 11. The Tnei.ibcrs
of the Wisconsin letris-lnture have I early
all reached he city mid interest ir. t'. e
senatorial fijrht is beccming more intense.
The arrival of Consressmnn Mirchell on
the scene ol actiou Ixst iiiyrht. createil rcnt
enthusiasm jiniont; the crowds iu th? hotel
and capitol !.-'!l:es.
tTirfeaK.VTTiar'.T'of Trade Klertlon.
Chicaro, Jan. 11. Charles D. Hi.mill
was re-elected president of the board of
trade Mond..y by the narrow margin of 10
votes over J. II. Hurlbut. Other ofl cers
elected were: Second vice president, Mil
ton G. Llgh'ner; directors. Michael
Cudahy, Thomas Bennett, Edward S.
Jones, Zina A. Carter and James 1
B!isiUii Cmrea in a Day.
"Mrs:ic Core" for Rheumatism and
Neurala radically cures in one to tlree
days- Its action upon the system is re
tnarkable and mysterious. It removes at
once the cause and the disease imrx.ed
i w i l-ippe&rs. The first dose ereitly
benefils. Warranted by Otto Grot an,
dro?ii8t. Rock Island.
Lack of Exercise.
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IT WILL K9T
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fkjwioa awbaiaiMa mi
in in capCTi. .
I llAt '.IOHTY. FA'lILT niBs9wrr.
" dral?ita. Harta tt Bahnjen
o to 3 DAY3.
f ABSOLUTE CURE FC
WILL KOT CAUSt
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T n Trintr a r twi
viuAo ooi" Agent
a" i, ' "' U Mai bonie fr to
, "' r' polr -in i ,or ve.lM of the
t mil fnll..
li one of the prime causes of headache
in the winter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh air during the pleasant
months are subject to this terrible n
noyance at this time of the year. A
boon is offered in Krause's headache cap
sules, which is Guaranteed to cure any
kiad of a headache no matter what the
cause. Headache caused by overindul
gence in food or drink late at Bight, c an
be prevented by taking one capsulcie
fore retiring and one in the morning. "
One minute's time often makes a grvat
difference a one minute remedy foi
Bronchitis, choking up of the thro it.
lungs, etc , of course is a great blessit
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remody.
Cubt-b Cough Cure One Minute.
Joo- W. Rowen, of Des Moines, Iowa
while enow bound at Carroil, Ion a,
through exposure contracted a severe
cold. After several useless ttlals of var
ious remedies he purchased a bottle of
Cubeb Cough Cure, and says the enre
was macical, and after taking two dos;t
he could breathe freely, and enjoy a good
sleep that night undisturbed. Another
case is on record where a lady had not
slept more than one or two heurs a niglit
for mouths, who after using only ote
bottle, was well and hanpy.
To Yon t ave
Neuralgia, Lame Buck. Pain in the Sid-i.
More Tbroat, Sprains, Soreness of the
Chest? Then have it no more but use
Krause's German Oil.
Cubeb Couch Cure One Minute
Sirs. E. J. Rowell, lied ford, JIasa., says bei
aotber nas been cured of Scrofula by the nse
of four bottles of WPJWSB after having had
mch other treat- Cj2Jj2t ment, and being
rednocd to quite a low condition of health, as tt
was thought she could not live.
given Bp all hope
Cured my little boy
tary crofula t7h
a year I bad
1 was V
few bo ttles cured him, and bo
7mptom3 ol tbe diaeaae remain.
Mas. T. L. Mathmis, MathervUle. Hiss.
Utt book .a Btnl and Skio nw, mailed fw.
Swirr Srcciric coAuuta, cs
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Ttlr pciti eta a was rwnin A7i?
vwt PHireOTtOH BntniOB trm llh mry tot
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SJ7?.iiOI'OBKBai 0.tKT la Ok, to torn 4
juicnr.!'i'.r. rorLnueoaaHCKAo. Wu:tvh.
tot hj ril DtfJ.IOISTS. K-H.-l -j,T A4 , ..fWTlA
"i-.v.-s n,;;i.pppr,. ,., '.-nJjH.
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Dr. RenJaon'. Reliable Remedy. Famous every
waera amoafr the ladies aa aafe, prompt aai
efectnal Theoriirinai woman' taivalion. Pric
$1 sent diAict, waled; Information free. Address
Catan Medical Co., Boa ton. Mass.
A QUICK AN o PO -ft WW aswir 3
ptcilK tar 81 X U A L Dill LIT V iliSV
Jut Ob of Haar Shrewd Tricks
Watleai Some Men Lire.
One of tbe best agent of a large Boston
bouse has a propensity for spending more
than he earns and borrowing from friends
to keep things moving. Daring a success
ful trip to Springfield he ran short and
borrowed from a number of his customers.
One man who loaned him ten dollars be
gan to get anxious about it and wrote sev
eral letters to him, in care of tbe Boston
The agent tore them np as fast as he re
ceived them and consigned the pieces to
the wastebasket without a thought.
The Springfield man decided to make a
trip to Boston and leave an order with one
of the wholesale houses for bis line of
goods. Before leaving home he determined
to call on the agent, with the intention of
collecting the ten dollars, but the order
was to be given to another firm.
When he called upon the agent he had
worked himself to tbe highest pitch of in
dignation, with the intention of giving free
expression to his opinion of men who bor
row money and do not return it.
The Springfield man walked into the of
fice with fire in his eyes. But it had no
effect on the agent. When he recognized
his creditor he jumped up, grasped his
band, said he was glad to see him and in
quired about all the folks.
"That's all right," said the Springfield
man, "but will 1 have to take my money
out in bluff ?"
"My dear fellow," said the agent, "1
must confess I am ashamed of myself. I
received your letters and always laid them
aside with the intention of sending the
money that day, but really the matter al
ways seemed to slip my mind. 1 cannot
tell yon how badly 1 feel tbout it. How
much dW 1 get that limef
"Ten dollars," said the Springfield man,
beginning to feel that perhaps he bad been
a little too hasty.
"Ten dollars, yes," said the agent effu
sively; "just step this way and 1 will get
it for you." Then going to the book
keeper he said, "Jurt let Mr. J have
ten dollars, will you, Fred?"
The bookkeeper handed over the money
without any trouble, aDd the Springfield
man became very strongly of the opinion
that he had made a mistake in formiig
such an unfavorable estimate of the agent.
His manner changed, and after talking
awhile the two became as close friends as
ever. The Springfield man then thought
it better to lead the agent to believe that
he had not come to the city for the special
purpose of collecting the ten dollars, and
spoke about the order he wanted filled. He
finally gave it to the agent,' and weuthome
satisfied that he had mode a mistake and
atoned for it.
In due time the order arrived. With it
came the bill. The Springfield man looked
it over, and when he reached the last item
opened his eyes very wide. This was the
To borrowed money 10
The agent had made no explanation to
to the bookkeeper and had allowed matters
to take their ourse. The Springfield man
now gets his orders filled elsewhere. Bos
A Book Miracle.
Of all the curiosities preserved at Kil
dare, and of all the miracles recorded as
having been performed at that place, none
appears more wonderful than that marvel
ous book which is said to have been written
in the time of St. Bridget and to have been
dictated by an angel. Karly in the night
before the morning upon which the scribe
was to begin to write tbe book an angel
stood before him in a dream, and showing
him a picture drawn upon a tablet fiaid,
"Do you thick that you could draw this
pictnre on the lirt-t page of the volume
which you propose to copy?" The scribe,
who doubted bis pictorial skill, replied
that he could not. Upon this the angel
said. "On the morrow offer prayers to the
Lord, RHkiug him to open your earthly
eyes and give you spiritual vision, which
will enable you to see more clearly and
understand with more intelligence."
It is needless to e.dd that the scribe did
as the heavenly visitor directed. On the
following night the angel attain appeared
with a dozen of accurately drawn pictures
and page after page of closely written man
uscript. Within a surprisingly short time
this divinely chosen scribe made perfect
copies of all the pictures and every line,
word and letter of tbe manuscript, and the
book produced has ever remained as it is
today a miracle of miracles. For more
than a thousand years "Miracle Book"
(manuscript) has been enshrined at Kil
dare. St. Louis Republic
Canary lilrds Come from Germany.
"There's a funny thing about canary
birds," said a Ninth street bird fancier yes
terday, "and that is the fact that they don't
come from the Canary islands at all. Most
people think they do, but they don't. In
fact t he birds on the Canary islands are all
green. Canary birds really come from Ger
many. On a rough estimate I should say
that fully 150,000 are imported to this coun
try every year. Of these about 15,000 come
to Philadelphia, where they bring anywhere
from (3.50 to $5 apiece."
It is a remarkable industry, this trade in
canary birds. The importations are con
trolled almost en'ely by two New York
firms, who have resident buyers in Ger
many. Nearly every German steamer that
arrives in New York brings large consign
ments of the little warblers. Each bird
has its own cage, and the cages are mode
np in cases of 1S9 each. Canaries are re
nowned for their seamanship qualities, and
stand the voyage like veteran tars. It is
rarely that any of them die en route. They
receive the best of care, and each shipment
is accompanied by a man whose duty is to
see that they get all they want to eat and
are well eared for generally. Philadelphia
Lightning's Affinity for Oak.
Electricity in the clouds, like its compan
ion lower down, loves to seek the earth
the great reservoir of all electricity and
it finds the most available way to do so,
choosing always the best conductor, con
spicuous among which is tbe much ma
ligned linhtninir rod. the hleh tnm nr t.ha
elevated steeple. It has its choice of trees
as wen as otner mings, ana win leap over
ball an acre of trees to find an oak, for
which it appears to have a special attrac
tion, and it will pass a high point to find a
building that has metal about it. There
has scarcely been a thunder storm in tbe
citv of ariv mftirnitnde for Rnmn timo in
which something has not been struck.
Things to Avoid.
Bleeping in badly ventilated rooms, wear
ing at night the underclothing which is
worn through the day. late hours, loss of
sleep, greasy food and irregularity of
meals, all tend to weaken the system to
such an extent as to render it quite incapa
ble of resisting the changes in the weather
or any exposure to disease. Good Housekeeping.
) mullein, a-rowing; on the road's rough side
With your warm mitten 'gainst the eajrtha
folding- them flatly and as if you tried
To -pat her cheeks with all an infant's (race,
The raindrops stand like jewels oa your leaf;
Its coat of wool feels not their genita kiss
Goblets for fairies yet the feast, how brief.
Nor would your felted floor their footsteps
Hold np yonr candles to tbe traveler's eye!
Tour yellow blooms stand timidly apart;
For peerlees beauty they may never try.
Yet find a loving place within the heart,
The eye that knew them in the long ago.
When childhood's feet for luscious berries
Would mite along the hills thy candle's glow.
Lighting tbe woodland paths so known and
Lydia L. A. Very in Boston Transcript.
"Tour Friend Boky Foky."
Washington Irving having been ap
pointed secretary of legation to London,
where he arrived in October, received a
hearty welcome from all his old friends
and many new ones, gained by his writ
ings. The Royal Society of Literature
gave him one of their annual gold medals
(Hallam had the other) and Oxford made
him a LL. D. The students of course did
not lose so admirable a chance for shout
ing, and he was greeted with affectionate
yells of "Diedrich Knickerbocker," "Icha
bod Crane," "Rip Van Winkle," "Colum
Irving was much amused at the "rollick
ing" good humor with which William IV
began his reign, and he once tried to give a
lesson in dignity to the Duke of Sussex.
He had to accompany an eccentric friend of
meager and limping figure, who persisted
in wearing an extraordinary nondescript
garb instead of the prescribed court dress
to St. James'. The ushers demurred; the
foreign ministers smiled. The Duke of
Sussex stopped Irving as he passed and
whispered, moving his thumb jetkingly up
and down, "Who's your friand Hoky
Pokyi" "That, sir," replied Irving em
phatically, "is John Randolph, United
States minister to Russia, and one of the
most distinguished orators of America."
It was all in vain! Some time afterward
Irving wiis dining with the duke, whose
first laughing inquiry was, "And how is
our friend lloky Poky?" Temple Bar.
The riiysical Strain f FootbaD.
Few except tbosewbo have been through
the experience are aware what exertion
and strain and exhaust ion a hotly contest
ed football match involves. It is all a
great deal more than appears on the sur
face, and the self control required in the
midst of treat excitement adds to the nerv
ous trnsion besides the physical fatigue.
This of itself is enough to try an average
man, but when to it is added the struggles,
the falls, the grapplings, the blows (for
there are blows once in awhile), it requires
stamina and real endurance as well as
strength to stand it.
Because tbe men on the opposite sides in
the field are not seen squaring off and
striking at each other in regular Sullivan
Corbett style it does not follow that there
are not scientific ways in which in the tus
sles a team can be materially weakened or
some particularly aggressive member of it
disabled. Let any man in faircondition be
suddenly thrown to the ground and then
Lave one or two heavy men, or it may be
seven or eight, or even more, fall and
throw their weight on him.
Possibly bis hand may be under one of
their feet, or in the fall one of their fore
arms may have choked him across the
neck. How much wind and energy will
an average man have after one such an ex
perience as that? And yet it is a common
football experience. Philadelphia Times.
Tcrsians in general ore not supposed to
be the bravest people in the world, but
even in Persia the inhabitants of Kasban,
a mercantile city, are notorious for their
lack of a warlike spirit.
Their pusillanimity has passed into a
proverb and given rise to many stories.
One of the best of these is that when
Nadir Shah disbanded his army on its re
turn from India, the 30,000 men belonging
to Kasban and its sister city of Ispahan ap
plied for an escort of 100 musketeers to see
them safely home. Youth's Companion.
TSnrng as a Tax Collector.
In the olden days candles were taxed ar
ticles, and it was the duty of Burns, as an
excise officer, to see that the tax was not
evaded. lie generally looked the other
way, however, as when passing through
the kitchen one night at William Lori
mer's, of Kentiishall, where the gudewife
was busy making candles, he merely re
marked, "Faith, madam, ye're thrang the
nicht," and passed into the parlor. Black
Coal Disbursements Forever.
In view of the oft threatened exhaustion
of coal deposits the opinion of Dr. Men
deleiff, the Russian chemist, that petroleum
is probably inexhaustible, is somewhat re
assuring. He attributes the formation of
petroleum to the constantly renewed action
of water on the metallic deposits of the hot
central portion of the earth, and believes
that the rapidity of its formation keeps
pace wit h theextraction. New York Press.
ry Trashy Terse.
Magazine Editor Yes, I printed one of
your poems last month, but I don't want
any more such trash.
Magazine Editor Yes, trash; that's what
it was. Why, I saw people reading it.
New York Weekly.
A Thonghtleas Fellow.
A man in Brooklyn of the name of Con
sher tried to shoot his wife recently, and
when arraigned in court said he did it be
cause he would be arrested for abasing
her. When asked bow he expected to es
cape if he bad killed her, he said be hadn't
really thought of that at all. New York
The Waste In Artificial Lights.
If an artificial light, such as candle, lamp
or gas, could be so obtained as not to throw
anything away, they would give nearly 100
times the illumination which they afford
at the present day. Even the electric light
is mostly wasted. American Analyst.
It Fuazled Tommy.
Papa sat reading his evening paper,
when Tommy came np and leaned on his
knee. "Pa," said Tommy, "may I ask you
a question?" "Certainly, my boy." "Then'
tell me where the wind is when it doesn't
Catch a Tartar
cd when caught scrub well with Sezo
dont. Don't spare it. Brush for dear
life. If jou destroy It. all the better for
yon and your teeth. It will destroy the
health of the mouth, its beauty, and yonr
sweet breath .
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infents
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Parcfforic, props, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor OIL
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years uso by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting1 Sour Curd,
enrcs Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething- troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and foore!s, giving- healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children.'
Pa. O. C Osgood,
Castoria Is tbe best remedy for children of
which I cm acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KmcHELor,
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as reguliu
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispedsabv,
Allsr C Smith, Pttm.,
Tie Centaur Company, TT Man -ay Stroet, New York City.
. ,f -ffiBar5aB
INCORPORATED UNDER TUB STATU LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from I to 8 o'clock,
rive yor cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Person aL Co'
lateral, or Real Estate Security
V L MITCHELL Pres. 9 C. DBNKMANW, Viee-Pres. t. M. BUFORD, Oasbier.
P. I Mitchell. H. P. Reynolds, F. C Denkmann. John Crnbaneh, H. P. Hull.
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, B. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford.
Jaoxsob Hun, Solicitors.
Began business July 8, 1880, and occupy the southeast corner of Mitchell Lynde's new
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
226 Market. Square.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone fiock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3EKLAKE & SPENCEB, Props.
P. G. Hudson m. J. Parkk.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
till kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ar-d Seventeenth t. Rock Island.
Qavenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN AT.T, DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
Rock Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Al' kinds of brats, bronae and alaminum bronse eaatlrg, all shades and teaoiere Mak
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
SBOr i OnricB-At 1811 First avenue. Mar Ferry landing. . KOCK ISLAND.
' J. MAGER, Proprietor:
'-Five rneaaa rm . mm ' m
Passage, Allay Pain tuid Inflwaamntlon, UejUs! CCtft FtT,
tbe 8ore, Keatont Taut, and Smell, and l.oml 'MrAPmO
M u 11. ml a TT n -T. r, a a
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