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M A "'(il'S, F I L I J A I' MAKCH31. 15S93.
THE A KG US
PabU.-vhtd Daily and Weekly at 1M Second
Avenue, Hotk I and, 111.
J, W. FoTTF.K,
Tuva Daily Mc i-t moutn; vteatiy W.00
r aaoum: in advance f 1 .50.
All eonimuntcatHtiiS of a critical or arvdmenta
ila character, political or religious, must have
real name attached for pnblicatiou. No each
iiWlw will he printed over fictitious signature
Anovauun eoiiinuinLrat.itiS not noticed.
-t iKfrNuadeuic aiciiel (to-a "erv township
Kock inland count .
Fkipay. Maim:-h 81, 1898.
Democratic . Iiy-Township Ticket.
For Mayor TnOMAS j. .MEDILL, JK
For OityCerk ALHEKT l. lU'ESIXG
For City Treasurer JAKE J. BL KOHD
For Police Magistrate II. C. WIVIL
J F.C. STA ASSES
1 PAl j IJIIESEN
J. K. JOGXSTOX
j P. SCHCBMMER
ital would bo less tremendous
The loss of any or all of these inaug
ural accompaniments would not in
jure any public interest. It might be
considered a distinct benefit to have
the new president inducted into office
at a season when there would be no
expectation of weather suitable for
out-door oratory and street proces
sioning. The 4th of March averages
a positive unsuitability for snch out
door exercises, but the remote possi
bility mat i lie uay may discover
spring-time mildness, encourages
elaborate programme for the open
air, which can onlv be carried out at
Imminent rfk to the health and life
of the participants. N'o great bene
ficial purpose is served by callinc to
gether the immense concourse which
seeks every four vears to witness the
Out-door inaugural ceremonies, and if
the date was set back to' some dav in
January, no interest would suffer
that is worth considering.
AUBREY'S HISTORIC RIOE.
for Cojlwcior. .
r1""11"" .hrrrmr ...u V. AL1 W1X
For roit-Mes ,j g ukbersseciiT j ntJve of St. Louis, Mo.
I 'or Alleruir,
First Ward I I, LI AM KOTII
Second WkTd .. . FFU aCHROEDER
Third Ward DYMKL CORKBN
Fourth Ward W. C. MACCKKR
Fifth Ward RoBEHT KUC11MA.NS
Sixth, Wn-d J.UNfcOXOSKT
Favftif W-I. .. .. KSRPI'C.iND 11. BEIS
Eight Miles an Hoar on Horseback for
HO Consecutive Hoars. -
TJie ride of the German officers from
Berlin to Vienna recalls a much more)
remarkable one made by F. P. Aubrey,
Itysix years ago in the West, lie
bet o, ooo that he could ride from
J So.,. 1?. JT Tit
S Roior is silent to whether tha
. ' United States marines have uTfii-ive3
. ttuB Hawaiian army of their razzers.'
illild should be seen to at once if
, peace is to be maintained in Honolulu.
A Mussulman candidate Is to eon
test for a seat in the legislature at
the next election in Cape Town. He
is the first non-Kuropean candidate
there since the Cape constitution was
The counsel for Ilerz, the Panama
swindler, says that his client is as in
nocent as a new-born babe. This is
an unnsmillv fjQk inloj'i,ueq f tjie
theory that all human beings are jp
ners from the first.
" "tioJiK of the public schools at
Mohnsville. Pa., have been closed be
cause of the very inflamed and soro
condition of the pupils' arras after a
wholesale vaccination." all on ac
count of a smallpox scare.
Santa i e,H. M., io Independence, Mo.,
within five consfijitiy? days. - Accord
ins; to tile terms of the yyag-er he was
allowed only such remounts' as he
could procure en route; that is, he Tas
not to arrange for any in advance.
As the country to be traverser was
then a perfect wilderness to
vvjtlllQ a seo.re r .twp of miles
of the finish, the only chance of obtain
ing' fresh horses was from soine roving'
band of wild Indians he might encoun
ter, who were as likely to take
Aubrey's scalp as to swap horses with
him. But fortune favored him. and
he did obtain a fresh horse at the
"Crossing of the Arkansas," and at
Council Grove, and won his bet in four
days and fourteen hours distance, 800
miles so that he covered an average
of nearly eight miles an hour for 110
consecutive hours, a feat of endurance
that seems truly marvellous. v .
The best sSft
lumber, brick, lime, cement, sand
whatever goes into the construction
of a building; they employ only the
best workmen and pay the best wages;
they get better prices for their work
than their less careful competitors,
and always g;et the best contracts;
they paint their'work with
manufactured by the " Old Dutch Pro
cess " of slow corrosion, and with one
of the following standard brands :
" Southern" " Red Seal "
For colors they, use the National Lead
Company's Pure White Lead Tinting
Colors. These colors are sold in
small cans, each being sufficient to
tint twenty-five pounds of Strictly
Pure White Lead the desired shade.
These brands of Strictly Pure White Lead
and National Lead Co.'s Tinting Colors, are
for sale by the most reliable dealers in paints
If you are going to paint, it will pay you
to send to us for a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar: it will
only cost you a postal card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
l Broadway, New Tcrk,
State aad FiOfeMtt Streets.
F state of Max Gstettenbmer. Deceased.
Tne iinrtersifriieri having been appointed ne
cutriz of 'he laat will aimtestameut of Max Qetet
tenbauer, late of the onnuty of Hock Iilnil, - r
f Illinois deceased, h. roby gircr notice tha eh
will appear before the connty court of Kock Iland
count), at thr office of the clerk of eaid court, in
the city of Kock inland, at the May term, ou
the flrot Monday In May next, at which time
all persotis having claims sea ust Paid evtate are
notified and requeued to attend, for the purpo-e
of having the tatue adjo-red. 11 i'on8 In
dabted toaaid cut te are reqareted to make im
mediate payment to the underaiened.
Dated lhi 38th day of February, A. D. 13.
E'tate of Emanuel M Feaster. Deceaoe J.
The nuderpignea having been at pointed adrain
Imratrix of toe ex tale of Kmanuel M. Feas
ter, late of the county of Kock ulatid, atate of
Illinois, deceared hereby give I olice that he
will aportur before the county court of Kock Isl
and county, at the office f the clerk of said
conn, iu the city of Koci Island, at the June
term, on tha first Monday in Jane A D., lsttl,
next, at which time ail pera na having claims
against ?aid estate are notified and requested to
attend, for the purpose of having the p&iue ad
justed. All prisons indebted to said state are reques
ted to mae immediate payment to the under
signed 1 ated this 7;h day of Mach A. D. 1803.
M1NN1K A. FKASTEK, Administratrix.
You Should Xuqv
op Chicago MakeaSoap
"WTTichHas io a.VAL.
) Quality V(ight
alk ok Letters Patknt
A .'!. plee T.ett:. .tit; rrnt?M 11 of 1 Kcc
FEp',;jsuor:ea. iniiin.t bt m i ): n: j r.;"" iu cox
aiid If. A PnsMivp rtir for Kx'cfiihl.' riii C'
BVvt'h a Itchtwi . hv-i 1C ilcU OL JIercdiUrr
riles tf r ViLS "rtilJS2ril -"l other
IS , rr, tcncf:t r1n 0w.tra! Ill
heui.l.. Z i.--rffst duMoverr .f s mrulHa -n
derm an f.umfwi wl'h U arife unrrceesary
bero-.tt. i. T . n env 1 i tr hen known
to fail. -r (wj.h. for .S; hj.i hv mall. Why
snffi r f tm in--"erri. t.if d! a-e be, v.pitten
enaranta t l.ir tit iv n nilh t. totlk. ta
By Yirtu of an order of the c-rt-ty court of the
county of Pot k Island Mar. h II. 1M3, msdc in
the estate of Chf rles K Piper, deceased, the un
derslsrned will sell at ptivale sale ceitaiu letters
patent of the t'niied Slates, issued to raid de
ceased. Letters patent frr a commutator for dv
niroo roochliv a. No. dated . ct. -H). 18.
serial No. 1J0,WW; aiflo letters patent lor a gn'i
vanin ba-tery. No. 9W,60!, da'd Sept 1. 1SX$.
serial No. l'JU.103 . J will Bell said letters natent
w 'iia highett bidder.- VU'i receive aealei bi's
P-ii" aame at ary time before April J . next.
Tor na . il,,, Habl to n ln mnr r .: a'l Jilda.
tViJIUPl. March W) lej.
klaUfloy. -v WlLUAM JACKSCV.
J. T. DIX C I
runa 'he tn"i-i
. 1 b .
Tx hn been discovered
new Columbian postage
Tv? used to splendid . e-ranrfis
Tjaper or p-' . fflfrposc wall
stamp o- decorations. Ono
ce?1" rSohVall and two on the)
rj 'give a, Jno rococo effect unless
- stamp has
to be Tut down to fit
iar. 300 or 400 Russian exiles whom
the Baron Hirsch fund settled near
Norwich, Conn.V are havin a pretty
hard time of it as farmers. The col-
onv's future is dark, and its members
m&f finally drift into the cities. Their
Yankee neighbors are charitably help
ing1 them out.
A carefclly prepared statistical
table in the Review of Reviews 6hows
that cities doing their own electric
liehtinsr ret illuminated for about
one-half what it costs under the con-
rar?t avstem. State legislators will
olease look out for the engine when
the bell rings.
A local papr has created a sensation
bv declaring that slavery exists in In
state of Tobasco. , This is. of c
not true, btit there is still in - tret
not nly in Tabasco, b-' miifc,
other states, a kind - ' Vn several
very much res" "Yeonag'e which
stance, tv .1mS slavery. For in--wv
fe "a. vrs in several states
e'Vfe StSrv'.'iimdbly for the purpose
reg-ulaling' the relations between
I emptover and employe which begr most
can I oppressively nron ine tatierv ukc taw
provides that no . -employer M.au ats
miss ah employe without ffivin; eig-ht
days' notice, and that no employe shall
leave his place without giving; duo
notice, and of paying whatever sum he
may owe his employer. This last pro
vision,' in practice, eonstittites peon
age, whether it was intended or not.
JAPANESE LIVER S PELLgxS
Acts Ilk- marie m IW - ,.A. T .nri R,
r4TTr hTa' .U..I ApiK-tite.
ow. thw uae. -fr: I-tfect diiresnon fol
nfl t ,m-t, cure .r rJica HrACax
Vai. . f aJv rmil. roild, ary to take I arc
and jm vliiJaJCY BK oie itruv bom ih
No riaoe for Traylng.
A gentleman visiting Westminster
Ab'iey one week day noticed some one
enter and kneel down in one of the
pews, as is common in all foreign
churches, upon which the keeper went
up and touched the worshipper on the
shoulder, who rose and retired in dis
gust. Presently the same thing hap
pened again, when the spectator had
the curiosity to ask the keeper for an
explanation of his singular conduct.
"Uless you, sir, he was saying his
. , , , . .
prayers; H we once auowea em to u
that we should have em praying an
over the place."
Kkowing Americans who intend to
go abroad this spring are already en-
casrinsr their staterooms , for the re
turn trin. The homeward rush of
Americans to escape cholera or to. see
the world's fair is likely to crowd all
ships and embarrass those who do not
engage passage in advance.
Toe English house of commons
nearly had a conniption fit because
the home-rule bill for Ireland wa9
mislaid one day. Luckily tbe bill
was found. If it had been entirely
lost the Ensrlish house of commons
would have been in the same predica
ment, as Othello "his occupation
General Cyrus liussey. Assistant
Secretary of the Interior, will retire
from official life very soon, and will
oren an office in Washington city for
general practice before the depart
ments, courts and congressional
committees. In retiring from the
position he has held so many years.
Gen. Bussey is attended by the good
wishes of a large part of the press
and also bv nianv who have been
brought in contact with him.
; Tl .....1 .1
Senator Sherman's proposition for
changing the date of inauguration is
headed in the wrong , direction.
When the congressional term is made
to beo-in the 1st of January following
the eFection held in November, the
presidential term should be set back
to the same date. The anomaly of
an old congress legislating 16 months
Jfter the election of the succeeding
cono-ress should be terminated. The
old cono-ress should hold no session
after the election of the new, and the
latter should meet 09f2ter lec:
Hon as practicable, probably the first
week in January. The president s
term should begin with that ql the
congress elected with him. TMs
would call for a mid-winter; inaugu
ration, instead olate April Im
posed by SherAai4ud wouinat
urally pat an d b , any.--ie
nectaenlarjeatarfs c? ' ":"
t An I nneceasary Clause.
A man who was preparing a series
of recipes for a cookery book engaged
the services of a celebrated chel as
critic and to revise his work.
One day he submitted to the chef a
recipe for lemon pie which ended with
the direction: "Then sit on the stove
and stir constantly."
The chef twirled his thumbs and
said, "It strikes me that s rather a use
less direction, for if you sit on the
Stove you're bound to stir constantly.'
How's This I
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh
F.J. Cheney & Co.,rrops.,Toledo,Oj
We the undersigned, have known
N. J. Chenev for the last 10 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and
financially- able to carry out any ob
ligations made bv their firm.
West & Trnax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sae Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iuter-
hally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces ol the system
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by drug-
gists Testimonials free.
Is & toapfT, vrof'tln-'f u.Mratid ty the
leading ait sts and rtir'ctiiiri- ts of tl'e day . In
the manor of cr- nl humor it is acknowled.cJ
to stand at ihe 1 fad of the i!!u: rated pres of the
connirr, atid ha been w. 11 named " I be Wittv
Wonder of tbe Woild." It ia published eveiy
wtH-k at the price of S4 a year.
rif.v-two tcvels aptf sr.iy imiafoi arumm
icvntstion. one acli nk. free to everv snb
rr ber. An imp. r i.leled offer. Texas Siitines
and ore complete, ut ahr d ed novel each week
for a !, for a tingle sn' srription ot ft.
I n,.', Qer liii b we n ate has rjeverh:-tn equal
ed by ny t-ublisl.tiiir lion-". It is nut-rece-den-ed.
liberal ar.d rr-n 1 It is pennine how
ever. inJrki . will prove a g-iat turprise to
all readers of tood i:ter:.t:ire.
emi niler hy fxpri st, rr nrv orlrr or reg:s
tered letter ano ai'.il't ss all oulcis to
Txs mfiivi;j Pi a Co..
H4 Natsau it. eel. New York City. N Y.
and how to attain it.
& lr,ct inf dical work that tells the causes.
describes the eflecls, points the remedy. .This
is scientifically the most vaiuaoie, anisiicaay
the most beautiful, medical book that has ap
peared for years : 96 pages, every page bearing
a hall-tone illustration in tints. Some of the
subjects treated are Nervoii3 nihility, Impo
tencv, Sterllitv, Development, Varicocele, The
Husband, 1 nose inteiuung marriage, ci
Kverr man who would know the grand Iruths,
the plain facta, the old secrets, and the nevr
discoveries of medical science as applied to
married life, who would ntone for prist 'ollics
and avoid furnre piiln'ls. nld write for th-s
wonderlul little t - .i .c.
TO STOP THE PROGRESS
vou will find but
In advanced cases,
it brines comfort
and relief; if you
too long, it will
certainly cure. It doesnt claim too much.
It won't make new Itinera nothuiz can
but it will make diseased ones sound and
heaithr, when everything else has failed.
Tbe scrofulous affection of the lungs that's
caused Consumption, like every other form
nf Scrofula, and everv blood-taint and dis
order, yields to the " Discovery." It ia the
most effective blood - cleanser,, strength -restorer,
and flesh-builder that's known to med
ical science. In all Bronchial, Throat, arxi
Affections, if it ever fails to benefit
or cure, you have your money back.
bTATB tttrsois. j.
ROCK IBIHO 1
in the circuit C3nrt,ln chancery :V,
ioLn XT Schell vs. John ckact an.J Henry
Scb k. keirs of John Schack decease.
Forec osarc oeueroi .
Notice is hereby given that by 1rtn of
cree of -aid court tefl tn the bua- - dej
canse on too ffj1 lv.l shall
on Saturday, theSlbdayof fprii.A. u.l. at the
hour of lo CKKK ID. -e af lernoon, at the court
house, in the City ; Koct i,ind, in said county
of Bock llaii ,n ratisfv said docree. sell at nnh-
He XVPduO to the highest bidder for cosh that cer
tain parcel ot land, sit ust j in tbecorntv 01 t-oca
Island and state 0' lU'Cois, known an1 described
as follows, uvwit !
Tfce, norli nireicen (19) acres of the rorf.hv.tst
J:arUr of the noMbwest quarter of tcct'on eigh
Uen (18 township sixteen x16) range five (b)
Baled at Kock Island. Illinois, this 8th day of
March, A. I. 1S93. HUSKY CUKTI-.
Vaster in Chancery. Beck Island County, 111.
Tdohas Huows. Complainant Solicitor.
STATE OP ILLINOIS, I
Kock Islam C"oitstv. f
In the Circnlt Cotirf, in Chsuccry .
May t: rm A. U.. lc3.
Mary Peterpon vg Ernett Feterson.
AflldHv.t ot non-residence of Eiccft I'l tcrsoc
tfce alxve defendaLt. having beca filed in the
cltrk'e offica of the eircnit court, notice ia hereby
given to the said non-rcsidjt.t defendant that the
complainant filed her bid of complaint in raid
court, on the chancery aide thereof, on the sev
enteenth dsy of March, 1S9S. and that thereupon
a summons issued ont of said court, wherein said
suit is now pendint, returnable on the first Mon
day in the anoith of May next, as is by law re
quired. Now. unle 8 you, the said tion resident
defendant above named, shall personally be and
appear befote said circuit court on the firt day of
the next term heteof,.to be ho'den at Kock Isl
and in and lor the said cnunty. en tne first Mon
day in May neit, ar.d pit ad. answer or demur to
tbe said complainant s bill of complaint, the same
and the mutters and things therein charged and
ttuteawiil be taken as confessed, and a decree
entered agains: yon accoruing to the prayer of
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Ro k Island. Illinois. March IT. 1P93.
Jackson Jt Hvkst, Complainant's Solicitor.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Secoi.d Avenut.
Nothing Succeeds like Success
Only one Word Necessary The Im
portant Word "Cured" Scott
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
Kock Islasd County.
MISS MAY IIOTTMAS, CAMBRDGE,
statement of the
will appear af soon
Too busy to either write them up. or
steal an'Atl" from a Chicago paper.
J iiin VolVc cSc C"o..
tiatf. Io--r rt'io i- J-'dtDg, FlOOling,
1 : 4
ci.i t '
Washes everything from a fine
silk handkerchief t a circus
teut; Lace cunaine a specialty
No. P2! T 1HI) AVE
A. M. & I. J. PARKER.
In the county conrt of said conntj to the March
Term. A. D. 1S33.
J. R. Johnston, administrator to the estate ol
Thomas B. truonnell. deceased, vs William
O'Donnell. Patrick O'Ponnell. Michael O Donnell,
Mary FitrgibNins, James O lonnell, MatR-areth
tl'Donnell. Mary O'Donnell Maurice O Donnell,
Xom trnonreil. John K O'Donnell. Mactio
'lonnell, Minnie J. O Donnell, and Mar Agnes
Affiidavit ot non-residence ot tne sa-a oiary
O'Donnell. John F O'Donnell. Mi.-u'ie O'Donnell.
Minnie J . O'Donnell. Nora O'Doniel'. Manrice A.
O'Dornell. Jamos O'Donnell. PatrirK O'Donnel',
and Mary Asmes O'Donnell. having been filed in
the ofBce of he cie: t ff raid county court. Notice
is hereb given to the said Vatr ck O'Donnell,
Mary O'Donnell. Matirce O'Donnell. John F.
O'Donnell. Mapsrie O'Dom.- 11. Miunie J . O'Don
nell Nora O Jjonnell, Mary Asrnes O'Donnell and
Jam.s O'Donnell heirs of the said Thomas B.
rvurT.rn iiorased that the said James K.
Johnston administrator .f the estate of Thomas
B. O'Donnell, deceased, flled in the connty
conrt on the 17th day of March. A. D. 1SP2, his
petition making the said Patrick O'Donnell. Mary
O'Donnell Maurica O'Donnell. John F. O'Don
..nil U..n n t'l)rim 11 MinillA i . U UUDIICII,
Nora O'Donnell, Mary Agnes O'D.nnell. James
n'iim..ii unit nihi'ni. it, fi-ndants. liraviuz 'or an
order directing him to sell for the purpose of pay
ing toe ceDteoi eaia esuue me iuhuh i.. . .
Th..a-1 half ofthe nortuwesi qiar;er aim iue
east half ofthe southwest quarter of section
twenty one (21) township riueteen (lit) north
-ii ..a. ,-,t th. fnnrth i41 orinclpal
meridan, as established by the surveyor general
of the United btates situated in the counties of
Koek Island and Whiteside as tbe line between
, Via lorn ..ill riillnl (r havine been recently run
hnt .nkiiu.) Ia Ihn Ho ItnTVdTOl IOC nmii'iu.
Hrk siaad&St. Louis Railway Co., also the
following described real estate :
a ..n.i. inrt nr narret of land in tbe north
. nfth nnithwest .lniirllTOf SCCUOIl
. oo. in tnvnuhin rineteen tl9 north
T.iHJ -lf,l.V I " -' r - - - ,
range three (3) east or me iounu nuv.j.-.
ridian and described as follows to-wit :
Beginning two hundred and twenty and eight
tenths S.'0 8-1 ) feet eat of the corner of sec
tions twenty, (XU-.iwemj-yue.i-...
(L'f), and twenty-uine (2) in tlie township afore
.1 nn hnnilred and ninety-eight
. . . I . . ... - iv,t.iT- and three-fourths
degrees, eant one hundred and tixty-eight
(16? feet, thence north twenty nine and ciie-fourtlM-,S4)west
two hundred and sixteen C'16J
... ...nm lir. tbence west on section
nno-third (59) fee' to the
nlace of beginning situated in the town of Canoe
PJLn?,r'e. of Kock island and Whiteside and
"St.. . ..,'t. ihoreunon ba issued out of said
court aainstthe aboTenamea defendants, return
able on the first day of the term of said county
. " i hoi the court house In said county
on the first Monday of Aprd A. D., as is by
X" f." -.i.H which anit la nendlng. Now
unless you appear in said court, on tbe first day of
hi Ka term thereon to be held at the court
nousi in the city of Rock Island, in said county
n tlm nrsi Mondar of Mav A. I. 1883.
and nlead. answer or demur, to a petition there
in filed, the iainaill be taken ss confessed
aaainst you, and jWgtnent there. against you
Dated this lBtbday of March, A. D. 1893.
fLMAR KOULEK, Clerk
McEsiRT ;VicaiBT Solicitors.
Dr. Wilson wishes to state here
tii ..f mi esse will be aeeepteii ior
treatment where a complete cure can
not he ri ven.
$5 A MONTH! .
All patients will be treated until
. j. - i. "ii. ; . . . .
Cliretl ior per Ilionin. iius m
eludes consultation, examination,
treatment and medicine for " all
patients and for all diseases.
221 Brady street, Davenport, Ia.
Ovf.k American Express Co.
.SPECIALTIES: Catarrh. Eye
Ear, Jose, Throat, Lunjrs, Jscrvoti
Diseases, Skin Diseases. Chronic Dis
OFFICE HOURS: 9 to U a. m.
to 4 p. ni., i to 8 p. ni.
On Sundays the ofliee will be open
from 9 a. m. to, 4 p. ni.
o the People 01 Rock Island,
M. R. MOSES,
One of the oldest Optii:iii-
ca;o. and has ihe l:itei r.
tion for treatiiiir vmniiT :
old. who ha- had' J4 . :f
Incaaai PanoM Reftore.
NERVE f ORF.lt
isauliuls if takea as lro . ut mfur
Krttd?t ut. Tmtam aaa """JTi1!!!?
O s" - 1
arf a .s-r- .
a n 03
and will bo pli-ai'd t
his old patients and
to defective eyesight.
Sufferers from linpcrt.i :
will fijiil i.iTt:iin relief bv tr
Professor's new system of :i' '-.i '
jjlass, as the following te-ti:r
These are a few of hi- m:i::
tlreds of testimonials he !i:i- r.
durin"; his 21 years of practice.
On account "of other en pip '
Prof. Moses can be con-iut"1'
Harper only Saturdays. Ship!..,
CiBcriT Ci khkV Oki n
IlESBV C'ol'STT. il:
rminiiwi. alarch 16. l-To
concern: Prof. M. K. 1osis, op ic a.i.
go, fitted for B e a jair of g:afcs :u 1 -.
used almost continually for five yc-i-had
the misfortune tolo?cthm.
i hv now nurehuscd of him a Pir
clea and also nose glasses with wlucU I
nleased. I regard Prt f. Miwi
clan and recommend him to all in nei A
gOOdS. L.H. I'ATTrV.l."-
Gesiseo, HI. SS:irch 4. 1 - ' M ,
Moaes fitted my eyes Just arte year-
novor emended any money w
in my life. y glas.-os have
dreda of dollars to me,
been ott-i ;:ao'
, ben-as b fore 1 1;
great deal with head clic. -i
tf-mitilmi a ert
fi-olin.'. a desire to close
and write with pleasure.
that all who are
or headaches w
reb. 1S93 When 1 1
vvt airo 1 was grt-a..- -
suffering with defect"
ill receive great ati-'
. M. It. Moses. I ':mi-D-t.
James L ""ofc' '
' Gkneko. 111.,
was here three
. They ':
encd my eyes io much mat 1 ww; "
consult tbe professor.
cem: 1 win say wiui in-.- e':, , u li
ana most grateii'i iiiai.', - - ,.
.if tl... mn.t Ilerf.el
auecuc-les of any d.Ktor 1 t vt r kr.
eisht vearB ao sue - - - lt ,.3B:
not distineuisn anyone me " -r,r
IU reel, ana couiu hu. -
tbey provnl ve y satisfactory
III., .Tac. S3, U81-Toh 3i :t
i a-iit bv wiili Hi.; rri-ute.-t iul ,'
1U levi. uw . v " " .. . - r:
tare been spending mnen ." -
for spectacle., bnt row she u 5
have weak or deformed eyt a will reap
faction bv consulting trot. r..,r M
wishes to all. I da. not think th".--
aoaea ycaij t excelled.
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