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THE A KG Us, TUESDAY. F E 1 Hi ' T a U Y 7, 1893
Paallsbed Daily and Weekly 1S4 Second
Avenno, Rock Inland, in.
J- W. Potter.
Taiuis Daily EOc per month; Weakly li.OO
par annum ; in advance $1 .50 .
All communications of a critical or arjrsmenta
tWa character, political or religious, n-itst have
real name attached for pnhlcatlon. No ouch
article will be printed over nctitiens signatures.
Asoymona coniiuiinlcaiie'iia not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
la Bock island county.
Tuesday, February 7. 1893
Somebody once said of the late James
3. Blaine: "Ninety per cent of him I
love and 10 per cent of him I hate."
Springfield Register: Attorney Qen
eral Moloney is proving himself to te
the right man in the right plsce by the
promptness with which be has entered
suit aeainst Auditor Pivey, and the ear
nestness he exhibits in his tff ir s to
indicate the law of the c mmonwealth.
TJe, also, believes that public offl re is a
public trust, and not a private snap.
Acting Governor Gill has displayed
the spirit of a true executive in the firm
yet deliberate course he has taken in the
important proceedings on the part of the
state concerning the prosecution of ex
Auditor Pavey. The lieutenant-governor
bas evinced a thorough knowledge cf
the true inroad to success, which is to be
sure you are right, then go aLead.
Tiie CbicHgo fleruld takes exceptions
to certain congressmen suggesting to the
members of the legislature anything re
lating to trie apportionment. The ob
jection is made because the congressmen
are opposed to Cook county having more
than six districts. If the congn s?men &'.
luded to were a unit in favor of givIngC'Ok
county the representation akid.the Her
ald would straightway declare that no
wiser or more intelligent gentlemen ex
isted than the congressmen referred to. ;.
I love yon, not brc wfc yon art, fair.
Nor yet bwanso yon are wondrous wise.
Nor for the beaut;, cf your hair.
Nor for the ridel e of your eyes
A riddle I can nev t read
You, sometime ini:l, sometimes cif.
And not for any tl.ouLt or deiel.
But jnst because yon nro yourself.
VV. H. I'ollo :k in St. Louis Gazette.
rrecdom In America.
An English woma i lntely visiting in New
York sid to one of her American acquaint
ances as she appeared at her home one
morning alone: "T iere is something posi
tively exhilarating to me in the sense of
personal freedom which 1 feel here in New
York. I am over forty years old, and I
never before in my life walked out unat
tended. As a child and growing girl my
nurse or governess vas with me, then my
maid and aftenwd my husband. My
friends at home wot. Id raise their eyebrows
and wonder what hrd come over me if they
could see me roshin;; about the streets here
quite by myself. hen we see a strange
woman in Ixndon d ring that we say, 'Oh,
she's a foreigner,' acd think no more of it,
but if one of my set should do it I presume
I should think it veiy odd. But 1 enjoy it
immensely over be-e, though I suppose
once I'm in Ixmdon tain 1 shall drop back,
into my English conventionality. I wish 1
hadn't to." Her Point of View in New
The Value of
a certain seeoi
New Yt:rk there is di
of Longfellow's po
which is wi lt ten, .
Rret Ilarte, from II
The price of the book
inscrint?iu would b
held at five dollars.
:dhaiul bookstore r.
splayed for sale a cony
ms, on the flyleaf of
o my friend, Francis
enry V. Longfellow."
birt, for the autograph
a S 1.50. As it is, it is
Saa Franolsco Argo-
Figmies vs. Giants.
Lilliputian as they arc in sii.i (being no larger
than mustard Fee'els), they achieve rvsults thai
their rrobelintrnagisin oppnnent utterly f nil Id. We
refer to tbe t ffl ;a.-y of the pwerfnl prepara'.lnn
known a Dr. Pi-rce' Pleasant Pellets, com
pared wita lht of ihetir eig intic competitors, the
old style pill. Try the ittle giants, when dys
p 'pela llvtr complaint. constipation, hiltonare-.
uranv kiudre'l ill j assail you, and Ton '11 nia.e
ro mistake : tiey ! 1 dissfpohr at once.
The rtrat I'se of retrolenm.
In a diary kept by one of the surveyors
engaged in the survey of the Holland Land
company's purchase at the very beginning
of this century an entry occurs to the effect
that near the headwaters of Alleghany
river, in this state, was a spring upon the
water from which, when conducted into
shallow pools, would collect quantities of
oiL This the Indians collected and used.
For unknown generations the Indians had
held this spring in high veneration, believ
ing it was a direct gift from the Great
They dried the oil by exposure to the snn
and made an ointment that they used in
mixing their war paint, as well as for
remedial purposes. This ointment was the
Taseline of the present day in its crude
state, for the oil skimmed from the spring
was crude petroleum. The oil spring nnd a
plot of ground one mile square were given
to the Indians as a reservation, and is so
held at the present time, being known as
the Oil Spring reservation.
In after years enterprising whites collect
ed the oil, and it was bottled and sold un
der the name of "Seneca oil." It had a wide
reputation and was eacerly sought by many,
who extolled its merits in the most extrav
agant terms. Had it not been for the fact
that the Inquisitive whites found out a way
to get petroleum from the earth by sending
the drill down through the rocks "Seneca
oil" would doubtless now be a popular med
icine worth ona dollar a bottle. Utica Ob
server. Advice from a Drummer.
Some remarks by a drummer: "Hullol
Stopping here? What are you paying?
Three dollars and fifty cents a day? Don't
you know better than that? Why don't
you say you're a drummer? I know you're
not, but why don't you say so? Save you
dollar a day. Is it generally done? Bet
your life. Thousands do it. Actors are
the boys for low rates, though. I got into
Savannah ouco on tbe same train with a
theatrical company and happened to go to
the same hotel. I had got chummy with a
couple of girls in the troop, and when I
went to the desk I registered for them, too,
to save them trouble.
"I was put into a small room on the top
floor with another man that night, and
after breakfast I went to the clerk and
kicked. The clerk was pretty lippy, and I
called for my bill. It was $1.50, half what
it would have been under regular rates, for
I had had a lodging and two meals. 'How's
this?' said I. 'Why, that's the rate for
theatrical companies,' said he. But I n
no actor,' said I, 'and you just give me a
decent room and I'll take a fresh start.
Well, I wan treated first rate after that
They had told me that the front rooms were
all taken, but when they found I was a
drummer you bet that plenty of them were
empty. " t,ew York Sun.
Marriage Among the Israelites.
Besides hostile captives the Israelite had
marriage with the form of capture an im
portant point, for it shows tbitt marriage
by enptum bail formerly been the normal
mode of obtaining a w ife, iiti.l that the cus
tom of :u:cm h.-ttl c aused a si-mb!:nice. of vio
lence to In' considered necessary even in
tnnrri:it!CM made by urrau .rnm nl.
The Old 'U sUui'-nt J hnu-e is to "take" a
wife as, for example, (Jem-sis xv.iv, 07,
'And Isruvc brought her into bis tuolhe:
baroh's tent, and took Itebekah, aiA sin
became hi wife." Colonel A. II. Ellis ii.
Popular Science Monthly.
We uSer One Hundred D illurg Howard
for any case of catarrh that cannot b
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.J.Caenty & Co , Props., Toledo.O.
We tbe undersigned, have known F.J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and belicvt
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and finiinciilly able to carry
out any obligation made by their Crra.
West & Trucx, Wholesale Druggists,
Waldinir. Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken internally
actinff direct!' upon the blood and mil
surfaces of tbe system. Price 75r
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Teati
Rfi IHDIMI LETTER.
Methods of Communication
Among the Indians.
Tbe Picturesque of t loqnenee. Thought
Expressed in Slier. co. How Indian His
tory ia Preserved .Letter from an In
dian about Kickaoo Indian Safrwa.
The sign lfingruape of the Indians la a
wonderful thing. T o Indians different la
their speech as a German and a Spaniard
will readily communicate with each other.
It is the picturesque of eloquence to watch
an Indian addressing a council and without
sneak int; a word, limk tng his meaning clear
to all present bv t-liris.
Histories and all wr tten communications
are made hy pictures The family history
of a chief wul be painted on a tepee. The
following is a specimen of this method ot
com tnu n i'ati on .
The "letter" was written hy Kbe-kinat?-we,
"The one who knows secrets," a Kick,
a poo Indian Medicine Man.
SrECIMKff OF IXDIAf I.F.TTKR WRITING.
The above letter tn nslntes as follows:
"The Indians efftr ro thtir white brnthere
Jlowert, lenre, ronff aft lxirt$, mtule by the
tun, the tiara, and th' rain (nature.) If the
vhiit brother it tick, HU will make him stronger
than the bear tcho oil fall before him."
Saowa" Is a med cine word meanine
good or bNt, and irr I flea "best medicine."
Here are the aincer ntateuieuta of a no.
hie an of a ffrand m e.
Kvery word N tnie.
Cntliu, tlie hiithext authority on the In.
dinn and who liv.-d aniour thi-in for
yeiirs, ssiys "tlie wort1 of an Indian can al
ways be relied upon," and he Is rifrht.
If ore is proof of tie genuine value of
KleUupoo indinn Sanwa.
H -re is a lette- from a f:ir different source.
The following is fr m the I'nilessor of
rhysiolngiesl ('lienii -try ut Yale College,
and this scientist say s :
"After a chemical iii ly.iis of Indian Sagica,
I ftivl it to be an Ex'ract of Itoots, Bark
and Ilfvbt of Valwible Remedial Action
with no Mmeral or other Deleterious Admix-
Heed the tenchinj-s of these letters.
Take Suture's Keun-dy in rn-ason. If your
blood is impure ami yoiir akin is marked
by p.ni'tlea. blotches and boils; if you
have dud pains in yo ir back anil aide; if
your appetite is poor; if you do not get
sound, refreshing al ?eri, o necessary to
your health and atrer.Ktii, yon are in Dane
per. Tnese, and other i?v uiptotns are the
warnings of nature.
A rouse yonrdelf, and drive off the enemy
Arm yourself with Kiekapoo Indian tiuir
wa build up your avHein by its use and
all il.inger Is averted.
Kiokapoo Imlian Siierwaand other Kick
apoo Indian medicit es contain only tlie
products of the field and forest, nature's
own vegetable growt (i of roots, unrka and
herbs, and of necessi y are free from all
mineral poisons whutever, because the
Indians have no kno ledie of them, de.
Fiemtlng wholly upon natuae's laboratory
or their resources, ami u;)"s their skill,
born of centuries of expefitotee.
KICKAPOO IMDIAfi SACWA
It told by Dngist? anr Vediclie Deiiert 0n!yt
$1 per Bo"l j a for $5.
lATtST f ATENTS
Wm m wltbnit K.llrlos 111 Wtrai rMOltlag trem
rttio of brsio. ?rv 'reft extmmttt or lnllMr
Won." sexual oztMUPtloo, t roiuo. Iom. acrroas aebtl
itj. sloopiosaoeM. laoKnor. rheatnotirm. fcldncT, llvor ssol
bloddor oomplolntc. ikme hacc. lumbago, oclatieo, coserml
tnomJUl, ale Tr.i, elerula M.U ooatalna Hoarfal lai-
f "''' all otbori. m id gtioa a nmal that la
n.taaUr feltby toe aaror or mm l.rfrli i,oH).0). and
will amro all or lae abovo dlacaoca or mm ay. Tbouaanda
havoaeoa eorod by thla avrvclooa larcatloa attar all
others haro fallod, aad gi ' auudroda ot t UBrgnlo'o
IB tbiaaad erary otaar auto.
Oar powarfal laapratad a.1 ICTHIC BrSmSORT fc) V
(irataal koaa ororoaared w mk mrn- raits WITH ALlj
KELTS. Urallaaad Tlavroas BtroacOa UllBAHTSSD la
SOtcOO BITS. 8ob4 tor at (a Uluauatod pamohUM,
aoalod.rreo bf awll. Addroaa
BAIfOBN JBJXj aSOTHIO COa
MOa 100 La Salto Iftw, CHIOAQO, ILk,
l -1 D W aW l
15'! Ceadacheand iclievaall thetronbiea Inc
tVjnt to a bilious istnteof the ayetom. aucit va
lirriscss, N.iusei, DroTrsinc3S, DLstrcss aft
rct"jr,. I'ain in the Kule, .tc Whilo thoirmcBt
?!i;!U-kal''la euccsi has ham shown iu cuTilig
lull CtaBic Mm
Successtul.v Treated! Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
ctions. Oonsultatia, Examination
antllAdvioe Free and Confidential-
At Harper House Saturday,
ITctaAaebe. yet Carter's tittlo Uvor P5TI9 aro
Cqur-.tly v.ilurJ:)loin Constipation, curinp; and pi
venting tP.iaannoyinKComplaiut, whilo they als"
correct all diaoru.jrsof thatomnclitimukite'U
Itvrr and rus-uluto the bowels. vun if the; only
curei en ia mTi l BSZ
4 "V e ft:ey troaH bo tlmcet prico'.ofis to those n-t 9
fcaf'.T from thi'jdist:srngcOnpUiint; bntfoi-t'v
C-'.t'vly th cirgootlus dees noendh..aiidtJ.opft
VJ. jcacotr'tl:einwin find tnes-3 lililo pilH val'i
tshia in soiany ways that the vill not bo w;!
1 Is the bore of so many lives that hnroJsw'ben
Tro uako our crest boajt. Our jj Jla care it whila
Cillers do not.
CiirVr's I ittle liver Pills are very small and
Very easy to take. Oiie or two fills lcskda, dost.
Uiioy aruEtric!y vegetable a.n do :iOw frririo or
Ttcrf-, but by U:oir entlo action p-'euseall who
i'sotl.e-n. Ihviaiiiniicfii: fiof'"'M. fac-id
by drsjiiSs ir.'eiywiisrea or t jt 1.-.-1
Estate of Dennis Warren, Peceaed.
The undersigned having been at'peb.ted admin-
is:rtter of tlie estate of iici nis Warren, late
of the county of Kock Irland, state, of II
noia. deceased, hereby i;Wes i-otice tbst he will
.appeatr before thf county court of Fock Island
oomuv, at the office t f the ch rk of S lid court.
the city of llH;ti Island, at tl.e Mnrch term, on
the first Mondsy in March net, at which time
ail pers ns havine claims ajrainst nid estate are
netnied and requested to attend, for the purpose
01 navirg ine t-atne aiiiustta.
AH pinions indebted to 8nid 1 fate are rertoc"
ted to make immediate pajmcut to the noder
Iated this 7th day of January, A. O. 153.
PHILEMON L. MITc'HtLL., Administrator.
Estate of Wil lam U. Morrow, Peceascd.
The undersigned taavine been ai pointed admin
istrator of the estate of William 11. M' rrow, late
of the county of hock Island, sin e of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county conrt of Hxk Island coun
ty, at the office of the clerk of said court, In
Ibecity of Kock Island, at the April term, on
tbe first Monday in April iki, at which
time all persons liavin? claims ai-.vns snid es
tate are notified and requested to attend for the
pnrnoee of havini? tbe same adinsted. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requetleo to
mac e immediate payment to the undersltrnei:.
Dated tnis trrtth dav o' Jar nary. A D. 1VS
VM. N.MARTIN. Aniinistra'or.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island County, I
Fn the fircnit Court of Hock Is!ai d County
tlie May Te.-m, A. D. 1S3 tb.
Mary Kreiman vs. Marshal Freeman,
Notice is hereby elven to the said Marshall
Freeman, that tl'e aho e named complainant
h-Tt-tofore filed her bitlof complaint in stid conrt
on the chancery side tin reef, and that a si.mmons
there npon be issued nt of st, id court agairsT the
ahnv rallied defendant returnable nvon the first
tlay of trie term .f the circnit conrt of Ito-k lslsnd
comity, tobe held at the conn house in Kock Isl
and, in snld Kock I-'and county on the first Mon
day f M "y. A. I) IStll.as is required .by law and
which suit is ill pendtns.
ited !his I'nd dav ot It hrnarv. A. D. 18! 8.
GEOIIG- W. GAMBLE,
Cle-.k i f the Circnit Court.
Vrp'rv Mcrn;rv 'o'-citors.
By virtue of a sp'cial execution and fee bill No.
t4S7. issued out of the c'u rk's office of the circuit
court of Kock Islnnd comity, ai d state of Illinois,
and to me directed, wrtereby I am commanded to
make tbe amount of a certain judirment recently
obtained airait.st L. Crosby, in favor of G. W.
Mc'.lurncv.ont of the lands. U'nements, eoods and
chattels of the said defendant, I . Crosby I
have levied upon tbe following properly, to-wit:
Lots Four (,) Five (.",) siix ttt.l Seven (7.)
Eipht 18.I in block Twenty-nine ( in Water
town County cf l ock Island and Mate of Il'tuols.
Therefore, according tosald command I si. a lex
pose for sale at public auction all the right, title
and interest, of the altove named, L. Crosby,
in and to the above described pro pertv, n We'nes
day. the lsth day of February, lbtW, at 2 o'clo k
p. m , at the north door of the court house
in the city of Hock Island, in the county of Kock
Island and state of Illinois, for rash in hand, to
satisfy said execution und fie bill.
listed ki Luck islund this 21st dav . f Jatuarv,
A. D. ls:t. r??at
C. I). GORDON.
Sheriff of Rock Islandi oi:nty. Illinois.
otice ix .Attachment.
STATE OK ILLINOIS.
ltoCS 1S1.ANI)( OITNTT. ) '
tircnit court of Kock Island county, Xav term,
A. 1). 1I-!B. .- .rsw.
The People's National Bank of Bock Uland.Illl.,
vs C. W. Moster, In attochm, nt.
Pubiic notice is hereby given to tbe said C. W
M oeher that a writ of attachment issued ont of
the office of tket lerk of the circuit conrt of Kock
Island cocntv, dated th.- Hist dav of Jannarv, A
I). lHtti, at the suit of the said People's National
Bank and against tbe estate of the ssid ('. W.
Moshur tor tl e a im of T n Thousand ($10,000 00)
dollars, directed to the sheriff of said Kock Island
county; which said writ has been returned exe
Now, therefore, unless yon, the Slid C. W.
Moshc r, shall personally he and appear before th
said circuit rour. of Kock Inland county on the
fimt day of the next term thereof, to be holden at
the court bouse in the city of Koca Island, in said
connty, on the first d y of May, A. D. 18U. give
special bil and plead to the said pluintilt's ac
tion judgment will be entered arainst you, and
in favor of tbe said People's National Bank, and
so much of the rroperty attached as may be sttf
hcitm to satisfy the suiil judgment and costs, will
b:- ro d to ftltisfv tiesame.
GE'iKGEW. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Js. L. Haas, Plaintiff's Attorney.
January :il. A. D. IH'..
HTA.TK-' OF ILLINOIS, )
Kock Isi.anu Couktx. f
In the couu'y co ir; of said county to the Decern
bcr 'lerni, A. D.
J. K. .lohns'on. administrator to the estate of
Kosalia Partnairct, deceas d. vs Thos Campbell,
Amelia K''er. Theodore liar l.agel, Wm. Uart
miKel. and E'.twin llartnairel
Afiiidavit of non-rcsid-nee of the sa d Amelia
Ktihor. Theodore Utirtnairt 1, Win. llartnapel. and
Kdwin Ilartuairel h ivini; be n filed in the office of
the cieik of said county court, notice 's hereb
piven to the snid Amelia Koher. 1 hos. Camp
bell, Wm. Uartuagel, Theodore Ilartnagel, and
Kdwin liartnatrol, heirs of the said Kosalia Hart
nsel. de.eased that ti.e said t . R. Johnston
administrator of the ea ate of Kosalia Ilartnas 1.
deceaaed, D ed in the said cont.ty court on lhe24ih
day of December, A. D. 18, his petition making
ihe said Theodore Ilartnael, Euiel a Koher,
Thos. Campbell, Wm. liartuaa-el, and Kdwin
Ilartniigcl. defendants and that summons there u
on be issued out of said conrt aga-nstthcanove nam
ed defendants. rvtnrnahle on the tirst dsy of the
le-ra of said county court to lie held at the court
bouse in 8 lid county on the first Monday of Feb
ruary A D. )8i. as ia by law required, and which
suit is still pending.
Now nnless yon appear in said conrt on the first
day of the March term thereof to ba held at tbe
courthouse in the city of Kook Island, in said
county and state on the first Monday of March A.
I). 18113, and plead, answer or demur to the peti
tion there in filed the same will be taken as
confessed atair.st you and Judgment thereon
agaicst yon entered accordingly.
Dated this 18th. day of January, A. D. 1898.
HJALMAR KOHL&R, Clerk.
IfcKsiRT McEmrt t-ohciiurs.
Jtl ?V; r: ?
Dr. Lrian P. Wa'tcr, who has spent manv
months In vi-itirg '.h ;ahora ories of the izreat
Kuiopt-a t scii ntists. will i it Hock Is and to
greet ihe patients who will nll npt n him. Dr.
Waltir is well krown in this state and section. as
hit has trea d great many of our people during
bis visits in fits vic.nity. He Is a specialist in
the nose, throut. lur.g and stomach troubles, ner
vous dist ast s and blood and skin diseases. He
is an excellent surf? 01 at:d ha' achieved rcmark-al'l-
triutr'i hs in the Held of surgery. He
mats sucicssfiiliy acute anr, chroric
catarrh, chr. aic dlarrLoea, painful or
supires-ed menatrat'on, ieflfiniiuatton of
the womb, inflan-mation of the bladd r, diabetes,
dyp'p-ia, constipation, ktdney, urinary and
blmlder troubles. BriL.hi's disease, tape wori.s,
crooked limbs andenlar: ed joints, club !o-it,whiie
swelling, nervousness and (rencral debility, impo
tency, leuc:rrhea. pimple', blotches, cancr,
dropsy, gravel gleet, tow rrboea, hydrocele, h. art
dtsrase, hatria. St. Vitns dance, ptira'.ysis,
rheum. itirni, astl.ma, female weakness, etc.
Dr. Wa'ter is a very fit e surgeon and wears a
nnn-ber of medals 11s tritmtes to his skill He
positively ct res epilepsy (fi.'s), hemorrhoids (piles)
a'id all sMn and b''-.d disea-e, by improved and
never failing rcmedUs. s.mall tumors, cancers,
warls moles, etc.. are removed without acids or
knife and without leavii g a scar.
ETr,'BAH afD XOSS.
In diseases of the eye Dr. Walter is an ut ert.
CtOssee eyes are straightened in one ra ment of
time at d w ithont pain. He ers.ly n medics weak
aid watery eyes, dropping of theli 's, giannl.i
lions, sore eyes 01 anv form, wild hairs, atarart,
false pupil-, sjiots, scum and tnrr.ing of the lids.
Roaring noises m the ear, partial deafness, ul
cerations, oiscl arges, eancbe, etc., are cnied!
asa' catarrh, that enrse of this ciimate. with
all its abhorrent festurt s. yie ds at once to the
s stem of treatment pnrs..ed by Dr. Walter. He
can 1 how a greate r r"C rd of enrea In catarral
Cases thanatiy physician living.
Ladies who are afflicted with headache, langnor
and the w aknesses common to the se x. find a
won erful fiiend in Dr. Walter, lie is skilled in
the t eatment of their troubles, esptcia'ly in
blofctinsr, nervous prostration, general de-bi'lity,
sleet lessi ecs, depression, iudigi t:on, ovarian
t'oubies, infltimmhtlon and ulrertt'on, falling and
displ cements, spinal weakness, kidney cotn
pUiuts and thaue of life.
Immediately cured and full vicor re
stored. This distressne affliction, which
renders life a burden and marriage imroa
sible, i the penally paid by the victim of imiiro
f or indulgence. The most chaste must acknow
eogc that tlie passions are the great magnet by
which the wl.o'e world is attracted. Destroy
them and what have we? Man is no longer in'cr-
s ted in the opposite sex; the interchange of that
blissful repose which now attracts and interests
the whole world exists no longer; ir an ceases to
be what God made him; the worid is no lone er in
terestiug to blm, and lemorseanddi-appcintment
are hts constant companions, ( onsnlt Dr. Walter
at once, and you w ill find the swnpathy and re
lief that you positively rtonire to be happy.
Those who desire to address communications
to Dr. Walter may sund letters to hie Chicago
office, ihe full address is movM iranaC
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
!S74S State St.. Chicago.
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Use it your own way.
It is the bett Scap made
For V aeliing MacMiie use.
IYARN0CX & RALSTON.
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PROTECT YGOB EYES
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The well-known p-ician of
(N. E. cor. 7t ft ind olive ), s- Lm , ,"
at.pointedT. H. Thomas a, i-fj
celebrated Dlann nl Si. c'n ' .,, j,a
glasses, and also for his m'-J
Changetble bpecUchs acl Ev-V
The gtasses are the grtsb-t"
ever made in spei tacies. Hv , J
construction of the Lei . a i-,rl
chasing a pair of thfse Ntmtl ff
Glasses never has tochan.e th.-se "c a!Ll
from the eyes, and every ia r ta-S
is guaranteed, so tl, at if th-y evcr"
the ever (no matter low or sr-vth'ki
Lenses are) they will fam-stV ti
with s new pair of t !a.., t.1 '
T. H. THOMAS ba-a f f S , J-t.
and inviu-s all to tuf.fv ih .."i
of the great superiority f thu Jjf,
over any and all others t "k tr, a.t,,r
and examine the samAt 'r.n. laocle
drni-gist and optician. H.ic.i.kti.
No Peddlors Snnpllei
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
and Leader in Stys and workmanship, haa received
FjLL STOCK 01 Suiting9 and Overcoaings.
ALt. ard leave your order.
SriR. Block Opposite Harper Housk:
i?-Try our brand of SMOKED MEATS.;
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ns. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
t3T"Good Rooms by day or night.
WM. GLASS, Proprietor.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Oent'a Fine Shoe a specialty. Rocs'rlng done neatly and promptly.
A share f yoar patronage respectfully ao.iciud.
1618 Second &.Tenni. Rook kihirX
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money by buying your Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brashes, at tte OM and
Reliable 5 a'd 10 Cents Store.
TTHS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth BU . . T?sl- Island
nd Seventh Avenae, I IvOCK
WTAll kinds of carpenter work a Baecialty. Plans and estimates for all kinds of bnlli"
furnished on application.
SETTEES & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General jobbing done on short notice and tatiaractlon guaranteed--OBm
a4 Shm 721 TwtOftk Strt. KOCK ieLASI)-