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THE AKGUS, FBIPAY, FEIMUAKY 10, 1898.
rnE TRVELEH8 SUTOE.
rfi,f!k rWt eomet rMftb avenne ud Thirty
Li "L,J.k if . Plnmmer. agent.
tuaINS 1 tEAST.
M :06 am 4:4f am
.ftr DJ Sxprese...
S :19 pm
1 7:40 am
Limited .: am,ii ;io pm
ffp"tj.land Kxpre.l 6:40 pm! 9:Bam
-"-TTsuTON RO0TB- C, B. 4k i. RAIL
R ihr.-Depo' First avenns and Sixteenth at.
t :40 an
27 p.o. Sip"
a Mai Eipr'-M
11 :S am
C I, (I. BlLna " " "
,Kscine A Southwestern Division De
T.ttetb street, between First and Second
KLU. W. Holmes. agent.
.... ti- . T"a VW A. SiT PAT'l tATT.
f o.-; Krnr.es.
t crc mmodatlofi
" ...1 . vn PKOWIA RAIT.WAYn
It not First avenne and Twentieth street. F.
AccomTtoistlon . .
8:05 ami 7:05 pm
2:90 pmi 1 :8ft pm
9:10 ami 8:00 pm
nfrfV?r(N, I'KDAR RaPIDS t NORTH-
r j.K Harm-tr-in, (i n.T'kt fe Pas Anenl.
TKMN'. I Leave. Arrive
4:5S pmi 10 45 ant
i 1 00 am! 0:45 am
-L'Jtc w't,!,t Davenport.
H08T DTRBCT BOOTS TO TEX
Eist. South and Southeast
8 :lk am
4 :83 pm
L Ro:k Island.
1 :1B pm
a M nm
IS 08 n't
7 :10 pm1
lt.?nria .10:10 ami 8:50 pm
ir. R"k 1'lar.d I 1:95 praiTK pm
Annmo1atlnc trains leave Rock IVand at
). m. and a) p. m; ame at Peoria 8:50 p.
a iM 1:15 a.m. Leave Penjia COO a. (a. and
115p.ni; arrlTe Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1M
Al! trlnnn daily exceot Snnday.
ill pMM igcr trains arrive and depart Union
?wCiinlrcaron Fast Kipree-i between Rock
Vmi an'! Peoria, both directions.
Timiuh tickets to all points; baggage checked
U Rwk I-land.
10 90 am
I Accom. lAccom.
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Jfrvt l-iand ... .
A.30 m 19.S0 pm
I 7.00 am 1.45 pm
I 7.03 am B.wr pi
tu'l Tkt. Aejnrt
5C NTrolTH THE GEOGRAPHY Of THIS COUNTRY Will C9TAI9
m 111 JIBIE ntFOflUATtON FROM STUOT Of THIS MAP Of THF
feji,MIsM& Pacific Ej.
t Hirer; Hmiti. to a.-,d from Olcajro. Jollrt, Ottawa.
H.USM1. M..ln, Rock JMand, in ILLINOIS,
'i' r.. Mnvatln, Ottmnwa, Oskaloosa, Vn
Wmt.rwt, Audubon, Harlan and Orencll
r?s!rV Minneapolis and St. Paul, in MIN
wrtown and Slooz Falls, in DAKOTA
ivf.K." ' S""1' d Knnsas aty. In MISSOURI
"""uwMn. Kalrbury and Nrlmn.in HI
''; :. lWlenlll. Abllsne. fiodm fltv. rldwll. In
rfPM;H:.Klr",f,h"- E1 Rnoarl Mlneo, In INDIAN
atfir, ' U"1TW. Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
aa'pi , ' Tvenes new areas of rich farming
Unds, arronllns- th hMt Ccillttea nt Inter.
Miction to .11 town, and cities ast and west,
b,.. . Q1 ibicagQ ana 10 a'acidc ana
tZS7ZBuz,z EXPRESS TRAJJ,S
lt ttl roinretltors hi splendor of etrolpment,
Hrr ' MOIKE8, COUNCIL
tow-, "MARA, and between CHICAGO and
Hy7a r, . Ano SPRTN08 and PUEBLO, via
n TDPEKA and via (ST. JOSEFH.
tit . . . T Coarhea. FREE RECLINING CHAIR
O-TT 1,,ar' Slwperi, with Dining Car Service
em0'rl''n, 11 and Colorado Springs with
fr.,' rilllT lines), now farming the new and
WAXS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN POUTS
fii it. 1 viiANGE to and from San
fr-AVn. Wfn nd San F-wlsco. THE ROCK
e 1,, - iMivci ana ravonie Line 10
rtm nd oth aanluiry and
rt and cities and mining dlatrlcta In Colorado,
fast express trains
Tit a t
''ttttrt Kansas City to and from all im
t an nd rtlOD In Southern Nebraska,
v E. ,n i,aa Territory. Also via ALBERT
"n V """""t-tty ana Chicago to watev
;""1X fill-. JilK'VTltnrii , ai oTTT.
41 "i!! fT" ro,n,s oorth nd norUiwest'betweai
' 7i lnc Cot-
Itlr,.." WP. Folder, or desired tn formation
'UoaiT ticket Office In the United StatM
JJ- JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN
nr' Gaol Txt. Pat Agt,
nazru hi. jt.v
f tEAST. IWsST.
r .."'',','i ; r e c u our an r anu
tv snu mr bunrietign is tETTER,
J - ' 7 . M y vn wit- w rnarn, rrw
iy? fJ Pleaiii laxativei. This drink
T. 1 . luH. 1 111a anna
made from hffrtw,aaid la prepared for o aa easily
All draga-lsta sell Hat Bop. and l.fl0 p7 mrkaire.
tne iowrl earn day
; i,nr family jrieait 1
tn order to be healthy- thai
ook's Cottoi Root
A recent discovery hy an old
physician. huccerfnlv nsed
monthly by thousands of la
diea. Is the only perfectly
fe and reliable medicine
discovered. Be wire of nn
nrincioled dmivii i who of
fer inferior medicines in place of this. Ask for
Cooa'e Cottoii Root CoPonnr, take no substi
tute, or lnciase (I ana cents tn postage In letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mail Fall
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only, 9 ftamps. Addrce
rV.IU LILLY CCVFANT,
No. S r"isher Block, Detro . Mich.
Bold in Rock Island bv Marshall A F ahm. Fa
per House, Uarta A Uaansen 2)th street and 8a
vsj-. and drti'sts eve-vwh"rp.
TTOKNEYAT LAW-tlfflce. in 1 i:cheU A
l Lynde'e new block.
JACKSOX & UUKST,
TTORTST8 AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
O. National Bank Bnildinp, Rock Inlan 1. lil.
D. 8WBTX16Y. o. X.. Wibtla
SV.. St WALKER,
4. TTORNRYS AND COTJNSELfOR8 AT LAW
T.Of5ce in Bentcston'a bloek. Roc a Ultnd, 111.
McEMRT & McEXlBT,
&TTORNBY'8 AT LAW Loan morji v on eood
srtcartv. make collections. Reference. Mitch.
ell Lynde, bankers. Offloe in Poetoft ee block.
S. W. ODELL,
1 TTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Pm Byron,
1 and daring the past two years with the firm of
JrownluK Bntriken atMoline. baa now oueaed
m office la the Auditortam building, ra &, at
C. J. Ebabxb. 8. W. tSIABXB.
- SEARLE & SEARLE.
I TTORNKrS and Coan'ellors at Law and 80
Altcitors In Chancery; ofice BrJord'i block,
Ri Mi PEARCE,
Boom 83 in Mitchell A Lynde's new'Moca.
DR. J. E. KAWTHORME,
Teeth extracted wtthont pain by the new
Mo 1716 Second avenne. over Krell Math's.
ORS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell A Lynde's Block. Rooms 90-81.
J, R. Bollowbosh, M, D, Geo, E, Banh, M, D.
DRS. EARTH & HOLLO WBUSH.
PHT8IOIAN8 AND 8URGTtOX8.
Office 40923rd st. Telephon s inB
Kesidcnce Tl 21st st. " 1188
Dr. Barth 1 Dr. Hollowhns ti
S to 10 a.m. I 111 tola a.m.
1 to 9 and 7 to bp. m. I 3 to5Ld7 t8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINdON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
OIBee McCullough Biilld'ng. 194 W. 81 8t.
Hours: 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 nm.
J. F. Mybhs, M. D. Go. W. Wh:bi.IB,;M. D.
DRS. MITERS & WIIEEIER,
office over Krell ft Math's. Telephone 1143.
dr. arTzna . I pit, wttxe ,ER.
OtoWa.m. I 8 to 10 a m.
to b and 7 to 9 p. m 1 1 to 8 and T to 9 p. m
tea. telephone l'J). Res. teluphmif , llltO.
Edward L. Bamxati. Class: B. Bupord
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
A BCHTTECTS. Rook Island, III. Office Room
A 41, Mitoneu Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAJl.
Plaza and aaperlntendenee for all'clais of
Rooms 53 and 56, Mitchell Lynde bo lid in?
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. Hew York City.
Refitted and renovated nnder new muzement,
on the Bnropean pUn.
aaoom rates i a aay ana upward.
Kestanrant eqnal to tbe beat in the cite at mod.
btreet care from all R. R. stations am! rtcam
oust ana lerry tannine pass the door
HILDKETH A ALLEN. Jrp
UTio Oslrcs a rood bii,.ni nocitinn m t:.r tt--a
fair city should write at on-o lor Frospecius 01 tl.e
wninn irinpninii l01Bes filiegft. GillCil, O.
snumsiuoan 'itnici!ri' ;1-t'eaa.
COULD NOT READ HIS PRINTING.
Life Was Too Khort for tlie Compositors to
A number o .um in an up town hotel re
cently chancea. o be discussing the execra
ble, almost undecipherable, handwriting of
a mutual friei.J.
"I hate to rivehis letters," remarked
one. "Theyd-.ve me nearlv crazT. and 1. .
am often tempted to throw them into th 1
pre unread. I. Jo wish he would return ty
Ala nnmarv M.K .ut matliAila n Vi i .
"But that might be no improvement,
.marked a newspaper man who chanced j
be among tbe number. "I know a case
in point In my own office where printing !
Vorda to secure legibility led to a vigorous1 '
"Yon are of course aware," continued the '
tpeaker, "that there is absolutely no rule '
W avern the sj"lnK of proper names, and
If written hastily the very simplest cog- j
nomen may appear as something entirely :
different in type. So many mistakes of
mis nature occurred mat nnaiiy an oruer i
was issued that in preparing copy every
proper name should lie printed in Roman j
ine oroer was product ive oi great ltn
provement, and whs hailed with delight by
the night desk and the composing room :
that Is, in every instance save one. and that
was in connection strange as it may seem
with the copy of the poorest penman on
the staff. His writing was really some
thing dreadful, the worst 1 have ever read,
bar none. Secretly a man could read a
piwiple sentence tvithont puzzling over a
iii.If dozen or more sii-nplp words.
"Throuph long association and hard
swearing, however, two of the compositors
out of over a hundred were prnct icilly able
to make something intelligible out of the
veteran's copy, nt lent they claimed to be
able to do so, but the others doubted it, and
the proofreaders were unwilling to cert ify
to the truth of the statement, for the stuff
was worse than Greek to them. I
This feeling chunired, however, when .
the first pages of he man's copy were given :
out after the new order had been issued. ,
'Takes' wore distributed to the two read-
ers of hieroglyphics. n uvhrI. r.r.t r.ll wc-nt
well until, almost siinulwneotisly, bolh
men struck proper names, printed in al- i
leged Roman capit als. I
ell, said one, leaning over his case, i
I would have sworn that I could read this
ropy, but tins stumps me. W hat s this
fool up to now?
Same here, replied the other.
he's tried to print his letters here, but I'm I
not sure. It looks like those things on the
Egyptian obelisk in Central park. Let's
kick about it. I can't watte the night over architecture. In philosoph; their specula
tes stuff.' I t ions go to a depth to which European
"And the two men did 'kick,' and vigor- thought has only recently arrived. In lit
orously at that, to the foreman of the coin- erature they produced admirable works,
posing room, who in trm complained to even though they fell short of those of the
the city editor. The compositors said that j Greeks and Latins. But they were medi-
they had spent veers in lenmingtodecipher
the writing oi the man. and that now, hav-!
ing just acquired a reasonable familiarity
with his pecxiliar chirography, they did not
propose to attemtt fo learn any new sci
ence. 'Life v.ns too short.' they added.
Fortunately they were not compelled to
make the attempt, for by special order the
man was permitted to write his names as
before. Unintelligible as the written let
ters were, they were betterthan his printed
capitals, which no living man could read."
New York Herald.
Instinct in a Cat.
'I have often wondered," said Francis
Estey at the St. James, "in how much hu
man beings are guided by instinct. Every
one knows that animals are largely regu
lated by that queer influence we are pleased
to name, bnt very few people believe that
it plays any part in human lives. I once
had an office cat that came to me a starving
kitten. I fell it. for the once, and daily it
came to the office at the time I arrived,
about 9 in the morning and always very
promptly. Once it was stolen from me by
a party of clerks, good friends of mine, and
they kept, it for three months. T hey told
me they had .been in the habit of feeding
it nt noon, and that daily at that, hour, ex
actly the cat showed up wilh remarkable
promptness. Then I liecnme interested. I
changed the cat's meal hour from 13 noon
to 8 in the afternoon and watched the re
sult. VJp to that hour the cut was never to
be found. At that hour, however, scratch
ing anil clawing occurred nt my office door,
and my cat was alwayson time. Now how
did that cat know when it was 9 or 13 or
3 o'clock? AVe say, 'Instinct, instinct, of
course.' but the quest ion t-t ill remains un
answered. "St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Finding a t-ost Xltiip.
A gentleman living at South Kensington
was traveling with his son from Gloucester
road to Mark lane on the underground
railway. Arrived at his destination, the
young man in opining the carriage door
dropped from his finger a valuable ring,
which fell between the carriage and the
platform. The station inspector, who hap
pened to lie standing near, said: "All right,
sir; I saw it fall. Wait till the train is
gone, and I'll get it for yon." And directly
the train moved out he duly jumped down
on to the line, but no ring could be found.
The gentleman waited some time and then
An hour or so afterward the son went
again to the railway station to inquire if
the ring had been found, and while stand
ing there the same train entered the sta
tion, having been right around the inner
circle, and, wonderful to relate, on the lower
footboard of the carriage the ring was dis
covered, having traveled the whole distance
lying on the open board. London Tit-Bits.
Dirk Tnrpln'a Kide.
Foremost among English feats of horse
manship we have one which for genera
tions has been represented in the circus
ring. Dick Turpin's famous ride from
London to York has taken its place among
nursery legends, nevertheless it was ac
tually performed, and stands as a record of
its kind. The highwayman, riding with
the very best reason in the world tha
safety of bis neck covered the distance of
over 200 miles in a little under twelve
hours. This performance stands alone as
the longest and fastest journey ever made
on the same horse. Most of the long ride
of which record exists have been made for
wagers; such records are therefore reliable.
The Witty Irishman,
when told by a doctor that his liver was almost
gone, said. "Fai'h, it's glad I am, it's allere both'
The liver, more than any other organ, is the in
dex of the body. With a m irbli liver the whole
s v'tem is ont of gear ! Moat powe f ul for the
restoration of this of thia "citidel of health," is
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Its ac
tion Is direct, prompt, effectual! Recommended
by eminent physicians, it hag calned a universal
reputation as the "Great Liver Regtilato'l ' Cor
rect the liver, and yon cire many ills I Tbe
"Golden Medical Dine very" is warranted In all
cases of liver disease and blood disorders to ben
efit or enre, or money promptly and cheerfully
For a National Quarantine.
Philadelphia, Feb. 9. The College of
Physicians and Surgeons has adopted a
series of resolutions .calling upon congress
to keep quarantine at all frontiers "under
the supreme and exclusive regulation and
control of the national government aud
administered only by trained sanitary olfi-
cialsof the United states."
Ihe bill now
before congress, allowing frontier quaran-
une regulations tone earned out by the
uiuuicipal authorities is condemned.
May Sell What Cigars They Please.
CHICAGO, Feb. 8. Recently the Interna
tional Cigarmakere' union made a request
of the executive committee of the World's
fair directory that none but nnion-made
domestic cigars should be permitted to be
sold on the grounds.- Yesterday the com
mittee made reply, stating its belief that
DO conreaslnnalra Khmilri lw minn.1 lt t.i
restrict the sale of domestic cigars to ihos
manufactured by any particular bouy or
An American Miop In London.
Americans who used to goto Paris, where
they had to feed on candied violets, rose
leaves and fruits, used to get homes'.ek for
Broadway candy stores, mid wander like
mourners about ( he streets after peripatet
ic soda fountains. The stories they would
poor into French ears about home products,
and the eloquence they expended in show
ing how the French nation would open its
eyes if a New York candy shop w re to
open on a boulevard, would be received
with polite credulity like that given to de
scriptions of sound steamboats npropo
of channel boats. The indifference of IV.ris
is now of lesc consideration. An A moric'in
candy shop ha been Opened mi PiradiK,'.
and it has made the London people open
their eyes, as it was predicted the P-trisiats
would open theirs.
It is deseii'oid as a fuirylike ah-x'.e.
wherein dwells in piles of dainty sweet
ness long drawn out narrow white parcels
tied with pink ribbons and sealed with a
golden seal. These names are new, but
they learn them quickly. WiiitiTjcrern.
with a touch of savory piquancy mixed
with sweetness; iitarshmallow irolieddcd in
chocolate, fond for the e,-xls indeed. These
phrases are English, but do not equal the
enthusiasm for the soda fountain, a temple
of marble and silver, wherein is dispensed
l the ire cream soda and the hot sodas that
i vouni? New York has found so attractive.
ew York Evening Sun.
The Inequality of Development.
Few peoples have equaled the Hindoos in
ocre and far below the Greets in statuary,
and were nullities tn the domain of seam
tificand historical knowledge, while they
betray an absence of precision which we
meet in cqu.d degree among no other peo
ple. Gnstave Le Hon in Popular Science
I saw a letter some time ago written by
the secretary of the national board of un
derwriters, w ho were about to hold a con
vention at Buffalo, asking Chan ncey Depcw
for reduced rates in consideration of their
large numbers. It was written on paper
headed with the title of their weekly pub
lication, Tbe Shroud, and concluded in
these words: "If yon should see fit to grant
our request we shall l e happy to exercise
toward yon profejsiinia1 rrciprcity."
New York Wond.
The Dark ide of Life.
It is clear that nt the bottom of Buddhism
lies the notion that life is a bore and a
blunder. So far as Buddha held that "there
is no bright side to life," Bishop Coplestone
thinks his doctrine a hideous falsehood."
So it seems to manv persons. If Buddha
had ever got hold of a half volley to leg, or
"wooed a bonny lassie when the kye cam'
hame," or taken a healthy human interest
in lowering his handicap at golf, or led a
forlorn hope, or done a million of other
things, he could hardly have said that life
has no bright side to it. London News.
Catarrh in Colorado.
I used Ely's Cream Balm for drv ca
tarrh. It proved a cure. B.F.M Weeks,
Elf's Cream Balm is especially adapted
as a remedy for catarrh which is aggra
vated by alkaline dust and dry winds.
W A Hover.druegist.D ;nver.
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
all sufferers from dry catarrh from per
sonal experience. Michael Herr, phar
E:j's Cream Balm has cured many
casts of catarrh.. It is in constant 'de
mand. George W. Hoyt, pharmacist,
tVhat the Hon. George Q. Vest says m
regard to the superiority of the H rch-
berg'e diamond and non-changeable 'spec.
"I em using glasses which I purchased
from Prof: Hirscbbcrg and they are the
best 1 ever tried; it affords me gtea
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschberg
ss an excellent optician, and his glasses
arc simply unequalled la my experience
U. O. Vest .
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Thomas arent tor Rock Island
Fits ' All fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great itrve Restorer. No fits
after the first day's use. Maryelous
cures. Treatise and $2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline. 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
druggists: call on Tours,
They ail Testify
To the Efficacy
The old rJtns simple
remedy from the Georgia
swamps and fields has
ne forth to the antipodes.
aaaonlahing the akeptlcal and
oonf oundiiuf. the theories of
those who depend solely on the
physkdan'aeklu. There is no blood
taint which Hdoesnot Immediately
eradicate. Poisons outwardly absorbed or the
result of vile diseases from within all yield to this
potent bnt simple remedy. It is an nnequaled
ton ic, builds up the old and feeble, cures all disease
arising from Impure blood or weakened vitality,
bend lur a treatise. Examine the proof.
Hooks oa M Blood and Skin Diseases " mailed fine.
Xei-MpirUt Sot? it.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer i, Atlanta. Ca.
II I i n till
nf m wj
- 1 BW-a.eBaBam- 1
f . m k m
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Intents
. and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor Oil
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Blillions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents Tomitinjr Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething; troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, 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,"
Dr. G. C. Osoood,
Castoria is the 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. KijtcBKio, -Conway,
The) Centaur Company, TZ
IH CORPORA TED TJNDKB TEX STATU LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Opes dally from 9 a. m, to 4 p. m,, and Saturday evenings from T to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal. Co1
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P l. MITC JBLL, Pres. C. DBITKMANH. Vice-Proa. J. M. BUTORD, Cash let
r.L.(Kchu,. P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Crobnugh, B. P. Ball,
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, B. W. Bnrst, I. U. Bnord.
Jaoksoi t Btraar, Solicitors.
ksVBegam business Jnly t, 18S0, and occupy the .ontheast corner of Mitchell a Lynde's aarw
Munro, De-Bue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
226 Market Square.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aten's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne.
' THE NEW
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Hock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive projupt attention,
TIM3ERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
R Q. Hudson.
Ml kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth at. Rock Island.
jayenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL, DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRE83
J. C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
Rock Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
AV kinds of brass, brotiae and alaminam, bronre casting, all shades '.and tempera Hak
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Saor in Orrica-At 1811 Flrit avenne, near Ferry landing. - ROCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprietor:
sC I Vtf Ms a aa
t'stAatAiatXAa Alt .... i t
- j - m tun
Gives Relief at
Ami 9 into the Soetril.
50c DfnjsisUor bymaiU
" Castoria is so well adapted to children tha
I recommend it as superior to any preacripttoa.
known to me,"
H. A. Archer, M. D,
11a So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of tbeir experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
' medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tba
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United FIospitai. and Dispbnsabv,
Allen C. Smith, Pres.,
Man - ay Street, Nov
M. J. Pabkkb.
, ... . tik-Jr fir- wA
miu m ii Li miu ij ulioii. ax eiu p y ryj
is 1 4i ants r-iiifrii, ana t irp AKT Vrt
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