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THE Alt G US. THUKS DAT, FEHU ' VliY IK 1893
PrtBshed- Dally and Weekly at 1684 Seeood
Avenue, Bock Island. Ui.
Tnauie Dally 50c per xnenta; Weakly f.00
par annum; in advance ft .hi.
All coBBanlcatiora of a critical or arraraeata
Hva aharacter, political ar reltirioos, mast aave
seal name attached for publication. Ne such
asmalss will b printed over ietitiona elgnararea.
Anoyaaoos eoanaannlcaitoBs not notleetf.
Oorreipoadcnee aoliclted from every townahlp
in mock laiana couvj .
Thtjk?dat, Fkbrdaet 9. 1893.
If the gold in the treaiar; it reduced
M much this month as last. Secretary
Carlisle will Aid less than the $100,000.
000 kaovn as the gold reaerTe ibd
when be takes charge. There is now
leu gold in the treasarj than at any
time for maay years, and of course what
is there will hare to be paid out what'
CTer treasury notes are presented for re
The Springfield Register furnishes the
following figures from the vote of the
counties comprising the Eleventh con
gressional district Binder the apportion
ment scheme proposed by Secretary
Theedore Nelson, of the democratic state
Eleventh biteide. Henrv. Hock IsUnd
Merot rand Knox; population 163,40b.
Tear. D.yote. R. vote. To. vote. D. mai. R mat
188 Ia,lh0 90,687 83,807 7'7
IS92 14 553 iil.m 35,937 6.S75
Small wonder it is, indeed, tbe demo
crats of the Eleven. h protest so earnestly
against such an arrangement.
Ose of the nioht disgraceful incid n s
that has erer characterized c ffiuial life at
ipringfleld was the hand-to hand encoun
ter between the two republican politi
cians, Congressman elect Cannon and
Senator George Bacon, of Edar county,
in the lobby of the Leland hotel yester
day. It was one of those bloody fitic
demonstrations that would seem to be
long more properly to the bowery, New
York, rather than the state"capital of Ill
inois. Cannon retired from the fray with
a deep gash in tbe forehead and a bloody
The Union is ever eager to grasp an
opportuaity to say something contemp
tible about Congressman Cable. In this
morning's issue, referring to the pro
posed apportionment scheme fcfftjcting
the Eleventh congn ssional dis rirt and
the opposition being shown to it by
representative democrats, it mskes a
libelous and unfounded attack upon
him because he snanag d to defeat its
pet congressman for re-election in 188K
That the Union's allegation as to Mr.
Cable is utterly false in every sense and
detail, is no better knowa to anyone
thaa the editor of the Union, who
knowing that Mr. Cable's contempt for
the sheet is such that be would pay no
attention to its slanders no matter how
great the provocation for action, takes
advantage of the situation and thus
' wardly vilifies him.
In a letter received by Chairman Can
trail, of tbe 8' ate board of railroad and
warehouse commissioners, Dr. Pague,
Gov. AltgeltVs physician, slates that tbe
governor has been improving steadily
alnce he left Springfield; that all tbe
symptoms which evidenced his ill
ness have disappeared, and that
the party expects to retorn to Springfield
in a few days. Mrs. Altgsld had in
tended joining her hnabaad last week,
hut owing to tbe severe weather she
postponed her visit, and on Saturday re
ceived a telegram from bim at Tass
Christian, asking her to join him there.
He met her Tuesday at New Orleans,
and they proceeded to Pass Cnristian,
at which delightful resort they are now
enjoying the balmy breezes from the
gulf. With the present extremely cold
weather, it would of course be unsafe
for the governor to return north for a
Wabster and the Tariff.
Lonisville Courier-Journal :,
It is as difficult to teach the New York
Press history as it is to teach it political
economy, and that is the measure of the
most difficult of all undertakings.
In the course of an article the C uricr
Journal quoted from a speech made by
Mr. We! ster in 1824 and in the sara
article we also quoted from his speech in
opposition to the Walker tariff. In the
first sptech Mr. Webster made a plea for
greater freedom of commerce: in the Lit
ter be replied to tbe arguments he ad
vanced in 1824.
Our purpose was the same in each cise.
but in neither did we seek to contuse tu-;
public mind we did not evjn seek to
confuse tbe mind of tbe Press concern
ing Mr. Webster's position on tbe tariff
We suppose that even our republican
contemporaries knew that in lfc24 Mr
Webster, representing a community es
pecially interested in commerce and oavi-
cation, opposed any action which wow I
restrict commerce or interfere with the
profits of shipbuilding and navigation.
In 20 years the industrial aspect of
Hew England changed. Tbe tana,
against which Mr. Webster thundered in
1824, was passed, and the capital driven
from commerce was invested in mantuac
In 1846 Mr. Webster represented not a
commercial but a manufacturing comma
nity, and aa in 1824 he opposed a bill
which he believed would lessen the proSts
-of bie-oonsthueD a. In this last speecb
lie piem ecun dark colore me evii conse
queacee r-ure to ft How the passage of the
vValker tariff, an! in every instance his
prophecy was f ale fled bv events.
But these historical referenoes which
we really made fo- the edificat.on of the
Chicago Tribune are extremely d siaste
ful to the New Yrk Press It says
"there is absolutely no excuse" f r what
we navedone.bnl is forced to add:
"It is true that Webster uttered words,
but it is likewise true that he afterward
apologized for th ;m. At this time be
was a very youne man, with bis miad
still rilled with tbe theories of the free
trade professors. As his mind matured
he utterly discard i free trade doctrines
and remained till lis death one of the
most unrompromis ng protectionists the
country bag ever known."
We published tho "apology ' as well as
well as tbe offer, as, but we cited b th to
show that the early adv cates and tbe
ablest based their demands for a tariff on
the assertion that in order to enable our
manufacturers to pty wages sufficient to
draw labor from otlier and more attrac
tive and profitable employment tbey
must have "protect on.''
In other words, by citing these argu
ments, we have demonsirud these
" I he tariff is due to high wnges, in
stead of high wages being done to tbe tariff-As
tbe tariff is tbe fleet, not the
cause, of high wages, the reduction or
the abolition of tbe tariff would neither
reduce nor abolish w at.es .
The citations froui Mr. Webster,
whether made in 1824 or in 1848, whether
from a speech in favor of free trade or
from a speech in ftyor of protection,
alike sustain this sta:ement and destroy
n.e arguments now relied on by the re
publican leaders la it com ile the working-
men to tbe coBtinuatce of a worse than
I m convinced of the merit of Hood's
Sarsapanlla, after having thkes ba a few
doses. This is whttoianv M3i!e m.
An Indian Trader tills bis story of
Kictapoo Indian Sago.
Cured of a Distressing Stomach
Ritshville, Neb., June. 5
Some time ago after suffering severely
With stomach trouble and dyspepsia,
which had been greatly aggravated by
the alkali water of the western country,
and when I had reached that stage
where I could frequently hold nothing
on my stomach, and would even throw
up water as soon as drank, I learned
from a Sioux Indian, who had been on a
visit to tbe Kickapoo tr ibe, of a wonder
ful remedy called "S.agwa." I 8'
him to procure some to? me. The effect
was remarkable. I trbd to get more
from tbe Indian, but le would not let
me have more of bis. He prized it so
much be would not give it up. I then
learned that Healy & lligelow, of New
Haven, Conn., had an arrangement with
the Kickapoo tribe, and was putting
their remedies on the market. I sent
and got a bottle of trfe Kickapoo
Indian Sagwa,and fund it to be the
same aa that I had procured from the
Sioux Indian. I got more, and after the
use of a few bottles, I was not only re
lieved but entirely cured, and have
stayed cured ever since.
I can eat anything et before me.
Salt bacon, which used to have a most
distressing effect, I can now eat and
relish like an Indian. I have also used
the Kickapoo Indian Salve for my
horses, when they have leen cut severe
ly on barbed wire fences, and it tea la
them right up.
I cannot speak too highly of the Kick
apoo remedies, and cheerfully recom
mend them to anyone.
(1. S. Asat,
Indian Trader ant! Interpreter.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa,
The Incomparable L v, Stomach
and Blood Medicine. One Dollar per
Bottle, Six Bottles for Five Dollars.
Kickapoo Indian Oil, A'irln;oo Indian Cough
Curt, Kickapoo Indian Worm Killer, Kickapoo
Sold by all Druggists ani Dwlara.
LABOR, TIME, MONEY
ll en it your own way.
It :s tbe bet: Soap mad?
For V astuug Machine use.
WARNOCK & RALSTON.
Rick Headache and relieve all the troubles
(Sect to a bilious state of the system, such as
tizzinem, Kauaeb, Drowsiness, Distress arte:
eating, Pain in the Bnle, &o. While their most
V&niurkaMa. success haa been shown in cux&gN
Heartache, yet Carter's Little Llmr Pffls am
eqnaUy valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
venting t).irtsnnoTinpcomplalnt.wht1e they alia
rnnwi all difvrfl,ira Af theBtnnuhtiviiiilAtA thi.
liver and regulate tbo bowela. tvonif theyouiy
Aerierneyvroaia rjealrnost priceless to those
differ from thiudiatressing complaint; butforrn
tmtnly theirRoodiiesa do rxv.euU hTe,an J thnrf
Vrh j once try thorn wi-U fi nd f rieee 1 ittle pills valu
nolo in so Ljiny ways that thoy will not bo wil
Vug to do without them. But after allalck hew
'lathe bane of bo many lives that here Is whero
'We make our great boadt. Our piilu cure it whita
Cthers do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very small aoS
vpry eany to take. Oneortwopillaraskeadoee.
They are strictly vegetable aua do no gripe or
purge, but by LUcir pontle action please all who
usethem. Ia viiliRtiSoerttn; liva f " $1. 3oM
fcy druggists frrorjwkero, or ae.'jt 1 v t.iuL
CARTER 2t IOSF.K CO.. t w ortc.
Ml Cine Dines
Successfully iTreatecT Upon the
Latest Scientific Frinciples.
No ExperirnentslorCF alsetRf preseta
: tions. Consultaticn.'Fxaminaticn
and Advice Free and Confidential-
At Harper House Saturday,
Dr. Lyman P. Waller, who has sient mtr.y
months In TiyitiTpp the. iabora'ories of the n-at
Kuropiao srit i.tists. will i-it frock Is and to
greet the patients who will Liili np n him. Dr.
Waiter is well krown In tMs stte and section,
he has trea d great miitiy of our per.pif dnririg
his visits in this vtc ni'y. He Is a fpe. iali-t in
th nnse, throat. Ini.tr and stomach troiihlea, ner
vous diseases and hlood Hnd skin i.iseasc.'. He
is an excellent surgeon and ha achieved r; mark
ahle triumphs In the field of suri-ery. He
treats kiiceessruliy acute tnc chror ic
catarth, chr. nic diarrhoea, painful or
suppresfed nienstrafon. ii flemmation o'
the womb, Inflan.Diation of the bladder, diabetes,
dyspepsia, cnst1a'inn, kidney, utinary snd
bladder troubles. Britht's disease. tae worrs,
crooked limbs and enlar cd joint-, club lo t.whi'e
swelling, nervousness anC freueral debility, impo
tency. lenccrrhpa, pimple-, blotches, cancer,
dropsy, gravel gleet, gon- rrhoea. hj drocele, h. art
disease. h)steria, hi. Vitus dance, paralysis,
rbeum.iti-m, astVnia. female weakness, etc.
Dr. Walter is a very Hi e surgeon and wears a
namber of medals as tr'buto! to his skill He
posliivelv crres ppilepsv (fits), hemorrhoids (piles)
and all skin and blood di-env by improved and
never failing remedies, hn.all tumors, cancers,
warts, moles, etc.. are removed without acidt or
knife and wilbout leavii g a scar.
its, aa Ap-osa.
In diseases of the ej e Tr. Walter is an exrert.
Crosscc ejes are straiyhtered in one m m.!nt of
litre ar d without pain. He s ly n mt dies weak
aid watery eyes, dn pping of thelis, giannia
lions, sore eyes o an'- form, wild hairs, ratarart,
false pupil-, spots, srum and Pning of the lids
Koaring noises In ibe ear. partial deafness, ul
cerations, aifchargts, earucfae, etc., are cured
Nasa catarrh, that curse of this climate, with
all its ebhorrrnl Textures, jic ds at once fo the
system of treatment pnr. ed by Dr. Walter. Ile
can show e. greater record of cures in caturral
cues tkanauy physician livit g.
Ladies who are afflicted with hcarlaehe, languor
and the w aknesses common to the sex. find a
won erlnl ftlond in Dr. W alter. Me is skilled in
the t-cat ment of their troublia, espiciaily iu
hlOLting, nctvous prostration, general debility,
sleeilesBress, depression, iutllg, st on, ovsrian
troub es, inflammi.tioti ana nireri:t on, falling and
displ cement-, spinal wakness, tiur.ey com
pl. lnts and change of life.
Immediately cared and fn!l vigor re
stored. This distressing affliction, which
renders life a burden and nmiTiage impos
sible. Is the penalty paid by the victim of impro
per Indulgence. The niosi chaste ronst acknow
ledge that the passions are the great magnet by
which tbe who e world is attracted. Destroy
them and what have e f Man is no longer inter
ested In the oj.poslic sex: the intercnange of that
blissful repose which now attracts and interests
the whole world exists no longer; n.au reases to
he what (iod niade lilui; Hie w. rd is no longer in
teresiinc to h m, and temort-e ana 'i atp iiitment
are Ills constant coni anioi s. oi.snlt I)r. Walter
nt once, and you will find the smpBthy and re
lief that you positively teonire to he happv.
Those w:io desire to address comtann'lrationf
to Dr. Walter may s-nd letters to Cliitag.i
office, lbe full aduress is
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
WIS SU'if-. St..Ch ca.-o.
j E . C . FB A 2 tt SCJ".
Estate of Dennie Warren, Deceased.
Tbe BtiderMfrneu having been appointed almin
isiracor of tr.e estate of Ueunis Warren, late
of the conn'y of Rock Islaud, state of Illi
ois. deceased, hereby gives l.oiice that he will
aptxar before the county court of Rock Island
coonu, at the o3ce f the clerk of etld coart, in
the tiiy of Rooa Island, at the March term, on
the nrsi Moniiav in March next, at which time
all petsns havine claims against aid estate are
aotllled and requested to attend, for the purpose
of havrnn the rame adinsted.
AH prisons indebted to said estate are reques
ted to mut immediate payment to the under-
Otis 7th day of January, A. D. 1893.
FU1LEMON L. MITCH KLL. Administrator.
Estate of W 11 lam H. Morrow, Deceased.
The oBdereigned havftig been appointed admin
Isl rater of the estate of William H. M rrow, late
of the county of Koch Inland, die of Illinois, ds
eeaeed, hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island coun
ty, at tbe office of the clerk of said court, in
the city of Kook Island, at the April term, on
Uie first Monday in April rei , at which
me all peri-ons having claims aca.ns said es
tate are notified and requested to atu-no for the
purpose of having the same adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to Bald estate are requested to
mane Immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this eath dav of Jaiuary, A D. 1k8.
WM. M. MARTIN. Administrator.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rook Ul.Kn (VlTTKTT.
fn the rcnit Court of Bock Island County to
the Mav Term. A. D. IMPS
Mary Freeman vs. Mart-hali Freemin.
in v naucery.
M41ce is hereby given ti the said Marshall
Freeuiar. ihut the abo e named conpluioant
bireiofore filed her billof ;omplalnt in s iid court
on the chaneery Bide thereof, and tht a snmmous
there npon De usuea out 01 smo raun ounn'si me
hov.. i smn dff. niiaiit returnable uion the first
day of the term of the circuit court of Ro. k leland
count v, to be held at the court hou-e in Kock 11
n I, In stU.l Kork I-la .d county on the flirt Mon
day ot Mr y, 1) is:l, as is required .by law and
which son is g: in pendirg.
Dated this 2nd dav of Kebrnsry. A. D. 1808.
tick ff the Circuit Court.
!c3nlry A McTr.iry. "oi.ciiors.
Vty virtue of a sp- c!al execution and fee bill No.
Ig7, Issued onto! the clerk's office of the circuit
court of Ruck Island County, ai d state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judgment recently
obtained au'aiest L. Crosby, iu lavor f G W.
McBurnev, out of the lands, tenements, goods and
ohait is of the said defendant, i. t ro-by I
have levied npon the following property, to-wit :
Lots Four (4,) Five () Six 16.S Seven (7.)
light i8. in lnock Tent-nine (-9.1 in Water
tow n County of I ook Island and Mate of Illinois.
Therefore, according tosaid command 1 shallex
I one for sale at public auction all the right, title
and interest of the above named, L. Crosby,
in and uuhe above described property, 'in Wednes
daj.tbe 15th day of February, 1MWS, at 2 o'clo k
p. m , at the north door of the court hense
in the city or Rock Island, in the county of Rock
falaml and slate of Illinois, for cash in hand, to
satisfy saiM ex- cution and f,e bill.
Dated nt Hoc a Island this list day if January,
A. D. 1S93.I
C. D. GORDON,
Sheriff of Rock Island Connty, lllinoia.
Potick in Attachment.
STATE OK ILLINOIS, I
RlKK ISLAKDt'OI'NTY. t
( Ircuit court of Ruck Island county. May term,
A. 1). 193.
The People's National Bank of Rock Island, ;lll.,
va. O. W. Mustier, in attiichmr-nt.
Public notice is hereby given to tbe said C. W
Mother thai a writ of attachment issued ont of
the office of the clerk of the circuit coart of Rock
Island tonntv, dated the Slst dav of Jannarv, A
D. IM91, at the suit of the said People's Nstioral
rank and a aint the estate of f.e pud W.
Wosher ior t! e s im of Tt n Thousand t$10,ono.0n)
dolinrs. directed to the sheriff of said Rock Island
conrty. which said writ has been returned exe
cuted. Now, therefore, unless you. the Slid C. W.
Mosht r. shall personally be and appear before the
said circuit c ur. ol Roikl.-land county on the
first day of the ttxt tcrai thereof, to he bolden at
rhe court house in the city of Kec Island, in said
cotiny, on the first d y of My. A. II. 1SS3, give
special b. il at,d ple-id to the sid plsintiit s ac
tion, judgment will he entered ai'a'nst you, ard
in favor of tlK- said Pi ooU 's National Bnnk, and
ao much of tnc nperty attHChea as mav be sof
RCitut to sati-fy the sa'id jud.rmeut tnd cosis, will
be so d to satisfv fiesatne.
"(E- RGK W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jas. L. Haas. PlaintitT's At oint'j.
January :il. a. U. 181)3.
DMINI8TRATOR S KOTICK.
8TATK OF ILLINOIS.
Kock Island Conn, t
In th county co.irt of said county tp the Decern
ber 'lenn. A. D. 1 .
J. R. Iohns:on. administrator to the estate of
Rosalia Hartnael, deceas d. vs Thos Campbell,
Amelia Kol-er. Theodore fTara-agel, Wm. Hart
nacel, and E iwin llartnagel.
Affiidav it of non-residence of the said Amelia
Koher, Theodort Hartnaici 1, Wm. llartnagel, and
Edwin llartnagel having bc"n hied in the office of
llie cietk of said county court, notice 's hereby
liven to the said Amel a Koher, Ihos. Camp
bell, Wm. Hartnngel, Theodore Harttiasel. and
Edwin Dartnairel, heirs of the said Ro-alia Hart
nagel, deceased that t' e said 1. R. Johnston,
administrator of ihe estate of Rosalia Ilartnag 1.
decea-ed, fl ed in the said connty court on the24ih
day of December, A . D . his petition making
the said Theodore llartnagel, Emel a Koher,
1 hos. Campbell, Win. Uartnatrel, and Edwin
HartnBgel.defendsntsand that summons there up
on be issued out of said court against the above nam
ed defendants, returnable on ti e first day of tbe
term of said county court to he held at the court
house In gild county on the first Monday of Feb
ruary A D. 18111, a- is by law required, and which
suit, is still pending.
Now unless you appear in said court on tbe first
day of the March te. m thereof to be be d at the
courthouse in th city of Rock Island, in said
conntv and state on the first Monday of March A.
I. 78H3, and plead, answer or demur to the peti
tion there In filed the same will be taken as
Confessed atainst you and judgment thereon
gainst you entered accordingly.
Dated this 18,h. day of J muaty, A. D. 1893.
U.1AI.MAR KUULtiR, Clerk.
McEK'BT vcEmrt Solicitors.
J BELTS SENT FRlEFOREXAMiNATION.
m SftHSEK'S ELEGTRIpJBELT
Who ar dbiliuted and
piuTerir from Nervous
r'.'blr;tv. Seminal We: U
Bipa, lJi?s , Innins. lin
fotertryorLo't I;.li hor-'l,
Y. hi-unin; iKin. ILnie back.
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Kldnew , 37-V' Tr
TmunTcs, Kv'rvoune KieeH-inpwv
crvnn lirelierri hi-upiut n.
T Din arir
l i l.l' lirtlosNaw Ik't-itnVIB riFC
5 aua siiSPrv!53?iort..vi ;.u lt.
iluiie lor till Slieellic '-r. we. are of fcftirn.
lis W-aLnswv. clvinff frfsir, ia.io. .-viioinz, ,imi.ii
Camia erf Kh'ct-t vtv inroiTi ni! il-..K rAi;i.i,re
toruHrthrm to Hi:AI.ni asd tl::am s M iirvuill.
In view of I he f act I hat m.mv persons who dwn
to prrure genuine Rleetrie IScits have applied to
different companies f . r iiiforu.at:.a. and are nn.
fierid'al as to whir h have the best nood-. we swipes
that you -order Irom eacu con twi y the belt yxa
wish to sen, sent bv e;T9, C. O. i., irith rriril,
of eramiuation. When the belts have arrived at
your express office exaiuir.etheui; if you find orus
betterthanoura,situply ask Prpross apent to re
turn ours tons,' All wa require Is 50 ct a. with your
.tdrto partially coverexpress charges.whlch wnl
be deducted from pric of bolt If It Is norepted Tb is
proposition Is a fair one to all concerned. A buyer
wants tbe brut for his money, and it la a great
pleasure to ns to have our goods exaUMned and
compared With others before bought. Send for
Illustrated pamphlet, mailed, sealed, free. Address
Saadeii Electric Co.. 1C La Satis Chicago.
Dr. Renlson's R il ab'e Remedy, ranions every,
wnere among the ladles as sate, prompt ao-eff-ctnal
Th original aoman'a taieation. Pnc
1 1 sent diQect, sealed; information free. Address
Caton Medical Co., Boston, Mass.
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J. B. ZIMMER,
THE- WELL KXOWN
and Leader in Styla and
F4LL STOCK or
J jiLL acd leave jour order.
SriB Block Oppositk Harper House.
iW?ry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.2
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third An.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Ahrket Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
CgTGood Rooms by day or night.
WM. GLASS, Proprietor.
Manufacturer of all kinds or
BOOTS AND 8H0ES
Qant'a Fine Shoe a specialty. R.?nirin(?6one teaUy acd prompt .
A share of your patronage respectfully scicited.
1818 Second A.enu. Kock Island, III.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money bv "buying your Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brushes, at tLe Old ard
Reliable 5 ad 10 Cents Store.
1I.S. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave
B. F. DeGEAE,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner SeTenteentti St . n , I I.n-
and SeTenth Avenue, I : JLVOCJC ISrK '
tTAil kinds of carpenter work a specialty. nns and estimates for ell klnda of bnlWirRi
farnlabed on applleauon.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on abort notice and satis action guaranteed.
OflM ami Skar 7S1 Twelfth StrMt. ROCK ISLAKD.
PROTECT YOUR eyes
The well-known iiptician o' sim.it
(H. E. cor. 7. hand ftliv" "ft,
appointed T fl. Thoma
celehra.eo Diamond Pivectic lri,,kl1
glasses, and also for his liul"? J'
Changeable Spectacles and Ew !,'
The glasses are the greats
ever made in spectacles, h, ?
construction ot tne Lem i '
chasing a pair of these Nor!I'ir-r
from the eyes, and every ,.. r
s guaranteed, so that if thcV,
the eyer (no matter how or c rat, L?
Lenses are) they will farn,,b ,J
with a new pair of glasses n'
T. H. THOMAS ha-a f i 1 "
and invites ail to eatisfv h ?0"'
of the matsup0r1o,off'lh;
over any and all others now i ue tou
and examine Ihe Mme at T.H. r,w
drut'gist and optician, it,x Island
No Peddlers Surplied.
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Suiticga and Overcoa ings;