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THE AEG 08, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 184.
How frequently, my onco fair sister, the alove remark has been
dropped about you, whoso complexion was once the pride of your
admiring friend and the envy of your rivals.
You are not, however, the only example of the fearful havoc which
the Ravages of ' imr have wrought with
COMPLEXIONS FAIR AND BEAUTY RAKE,
but yon trill f.nd I'.irm at every utop down the path oMif-, s.i tli ;r number keeps
cnnntnntly ir.i'rt'iiiiii);, m :1I pn rittps n apare.
Tlir Li no lo:r.iv any esriiw (r your tenornnco a!:jiot rrir.iine.l of the fart
that Pullownow aril N rinlili-i-, llioao twin lilimi.ics t. l.irli follow in tlie train of
Mdvanrinir yi'iira, run lv r?iiivr.l ami ynnr complexion rvion! to its pristine fioft
nfw ami firne?", l-y tiie use of th'.it most pleading ami of all lotions for the
Empress Josephine Face Bleach.
It make t!i roti :l. t !!n like velvet, drawing out tV.t imp;rittm from lieneath
the surtMi-e, u...l lcavii tli- (kin w.ft ami fair.
The. most obstinate Freckles will W removeil by tle conscientious
Use of three hot tie ; the most torturing Eczema will be jermanently
cured hy the u-e rf two bottles ; Pimples, Acne, T-tackheads, Tan, Sun
burn, Moth Patthry, r.nd Drown Spots, by the u.-c of from one to two
For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Druggist and Optician.
Ask Your Groceryman for
L F. PILLSBURY'S XXXX
It has no equal....
STATE SAVINGS BAKE.
Offlca Corner nflmu street and Third At
CAPITAL 1 00.000.00.
neeeart tit Hollas BiTisrs liana. Onraniaed im
I ferCEST B7BEI filD M DEPOSITS.
Oltutnl ttadcr SUM Law.
Ouoa from I a. n. to 3 p m., ud Wetfneidaj sao
Batorday alRiii from? to Spa
H. A. AmirnTM,
i. T. Uuibkw.t,
Porter Skinner, W. W. Walla.
O. A. Hw, H . A. Alnawnrta,
. H. IrtwaMa. W. H. Adama,
Aadraw lr he-, c. T. Haooawmy,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
to for priTata parties la to
pat of the wmI by tba
Orchard State Bank
r Omcuauo, kkbrabka.
B. W. Daar, fmldant.
J. 0. Daat Casblet.
Mltfhrn a t.ynda, Itarkrfa.
J. r. hohiama, Caahwr UkA lalaad hatloaat
'.C.CaW, . t.
Wanff IMrt'a Sot.., WTiolewlB Omen.
THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES ft CLEAVELAHD
TlaprMentini; over 40 Million Dollar!
of Caah aaaeU
7ir Life. Tornado.
tmployor'a 1.1c bill ty
Bond of Sarvtyablp.
OrriCE Bangatoa'e block Rock lalaad. Ilia
rata oar ratee; tbey will Interest yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
Losses Promptlv Poid.
Ralaa aa low as aay raltabla toapaay eaa aSort
loot ratranaits la aoUcilad.
H. C. COKKS1XT. B. D. COKKIU.T.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office aeeond Boor, over Mitchell & Ljndc'
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Bock If land National Bank bnildlne.
a. d. iwiuir.
c L. wauia.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and ConncellorB at Law.
Offlca in Bcnjtoii'i BWk.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lrpsl bnalncsa of all kinds promptlr attended
to. State's Attorney of Rock IeUnd coanty.
OSlce, I-oitofflca Block.
McF.nlry &c McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good accarlty; make colloc-
Uona. Kefercnor, Mitchell Lynda, bankers.
Offloa, Poatoffl a lilock.
R. M. Pearce,
31 In Mitchell Lyndc's new
Rooms 29 and
Rnlldtng. Take elevator.
T. I Silvis,
No. 1718 Second Avenne, ova Krall A Math's.
Dra. Bickle & Schoe maker,
Mltehall k Lyndc's Block. Konma : and SI.
formerly occupied by Ut. Lndcwig. Take cia-
Physician and Surgeon.
im, Tnlrd Avenne. Telephone, 1170, offlca
Uoara : 1 to 4 p. nu, and at nifilit.
J. a. aouovBttsH, a. d.
S. B. BAXTB, H, D.
Drs. Barth & Hollowbush,
rbysicians and Surgeons.
Office 40 83rd t. Telephone 10B5
hetidcncc 71 mt t. - lui
orrici aotraa :
Dr. Barth I Dr, UoUowbnsh-.
ts 10 a, n. I lu to is a. m,
I to 3 and 7 to S p. m. I I to S and 7 to 8 p. at.
Dr. Cbas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
inuce, nonlaser mock, sootbweat corner
Third and Brady streets, Davenport. Iowa
Kooma 17 and 18. Ilonra: 9 toll a. m.,1 to4 p.m.
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
ORera for patent drawing.
Room 2 T M C A
Edward L. Hammatt,
Offloe. Room 41, Mitchell Lynde Pnlldlni?.
Geo. P. Staufiuhar,
Dans and snperlntcnilcnca for all elasa of
Balidinga. Rooms ti and 6, Mitchell A l.ynde
VHIIHJIIK, 1UI VICTStUr.
W. A. Darling,
Bofotd Biock, ore Sifisabiuyl alotv.
BIRTH OF A NATION.
Observed All Over
Land of the Free.
STEVENSON AT GEEENSBOEO, N. 0.
Tha Tic President SpM ta On the Hia
toric nattlrftald f Ciuiliord Court Houm
Cleveland llterticatee Monument to
the Boldiere and Sailor of Cnjrahoea
County Coxryitea at the National Capi
tal Indulge In a liurlcaque Celebra
Greensboro,. X. C, July 5. Vice Pres
ident Stevenson was the attraction at tho
Fourth of July celebration on the historic
battlefield of Gu ilford Court ITouso. The
vice president was received enlhnsinstic
ally aud made a speech in which he said,
after a historical review of the occasion of
the gathering: "Kut what of the future?
What will be the verdict of historc as to
the Achievements of the present fenera
tion? In nil that makes a state truly great
is North Carolina to lai behind or to keep
even pace with her sister commonwealths
in the century upon which wo are soon to
enter?" lie then cnuuiated the advant
ages nnd resourerrs of t he state.and declared
bis lK-lief that she was just entering npon
a cni-eor of wonderful material prosterity.
f'ilizpua c,r a Common Conntry.
Addressing himself to tho pcurrul patri
otic impulses of the day the vice president
said: "This is indeed, Mr. Frcsident, the
f.ltinc hour and place for this prent ns
sembhiKe. Todny. the Fourth of July,
there are no st :ite lines or sections, but
whether our noMinc piac? is on the banks
of tho St. John or on the Columbin,
whether upon the eastern seaboard, or
near t lie great father of writers, we are all
A mi nimis. Thank iml ve are all eiti
r.etis of a eomuiou cmutry, with one flag,
a common history and a common destiny.
Standing Um this historical spot, conse
crated by the blood of heroes, we lift up
our hearts in grat ituJe to (j;l that he has
been pleased to vouchs tfu to our fathers
and to us such a count ry.
l.llverty Imt Not Anarchist I.lcen.e.
Tnder this Hug we have in the largest
degree liberty u. t the license of the an
archist but. lilierty retrul.-ited by law.
The sons of the heroes of Kincs Mountain
nnd of Ouilfor.l can never forget that this
flag is the symbol of const it lit mini 1 liberty,
the eternal symbol of 'an indivisible union
of indestructible states.' You should
never forget that all of your hopes an I ns
pira;ions are bound up in the constitution
of our fathers. Guard this constitution
as the very ark of the covenant. At what
ever cost, the federal union this grand
union of people nnd of states ln-qneathed to
us by our fathers must be the heritage of
the future genetatious ot our country-
DEDICATED A MONUMENT.
Tiie Cuyahoga Soldier, nnd Suitors Memo
rial at Cleveland.
CLEVELAND. July 5. The Cuyahoga
soldiers' and sailors' monument, an un
conventional work of art with an infinite
variety of detail which breathes the ut-
vt.; Ti'ff.'us'i v.. ii
OLD IE 13 AND SAILOHS' MOSrMEXT, CLEVB-
mosphcre of war, was dedicated amidst
the plaudits of thousands ot enthusiastic
people. The presence of Governor M
Kiuley ns president of the day, nnd of ex-
t.overnor .losepu U. roraker and lion
Virgil 1. Kline as orators, made the oc
casion memorable one to the people of
northern Ohio. The monument is
uui(ue and cisssic pile, located in Monu
mental square, and cost about 100,00!).
It is strictly American in desigu.com
mcmorative of American deeds and tri
umphs m the war of the rebelliou. It
stands overlooking tho tremendous grand
stand where tiie ceremonies of the day
took place. Thousands of the pure, sweet
voices of children united in siugiug songs
of patriotism and loyalty, and bands of
music played martial aud inspiring airs.
rollowiug tiie ueillcatory ceremonies a
monster parade of military aud civic or
ganizalious took place.
MADE A MOCK OF THE DAY.
"iVealera at Washington Perrortn n Itur
Ictiqtte llltriHl of TLiberty.
Washington. July 5. The Coxey com
nionwenlcrs went, through the spectacular
performance of "Uuryiug the Goddess of
Liberty" in front of the Capitol at noon
on tho Fourth. It was the sequel of the
demonstration of May l, when, uccordiug
to Coxey and Browne, Lilierty was mor
tally wounded and liugered until she ex
pired on the Fourth of July. A small
crowd was attracted by the novel lierforui
Slice. The cummouwealers marched four
abreast, Itt'i strong, with many banners
At their head rode Carl Browne in a re'
uiarKaoie uisgiusu. lie, ncnri una ueeu
removed and his face jiowdered. A wig of
yellow hair fell to his waist. His arms
were bare and powdered. A liberty cap
was on his head, and his body was wound
with the emblematic garments of liberty.
It was not intended that Browne should
be known in the disguise, aud the name
of the goddess was announced as "Sarah
Elkhart, an Egyptian." After parading
through Pennsylvania avenue the army
formed company front arouud the Peace
monument, where (Joddess Browno deliv
ered nil apostrophe to the bronze goddess
tin top of the Capitol.
As he closed his address he flopped in
a badly simulated swoon from bis horse,
and his comrades catching him placed the
pale-faced marshal in an impromptu
Learae aud laid Uiia mi full length, with
t&gs ant crepe over him. The hearse ru
inscribed "Lilierty is dead." The proces
sion then moved away to Mulligan Hill,
where the Goddess stepped from the beams,
and the comuioawealers closed the day
with dancing and speeches.
Otherwise the Fourth was celebrated
very quietly here. There were half a dozen
celebrations by patriotic bodies of which
the most interesting was conducted by the
Sons of the American Revolution, which
under an escort of the Marine baud and A
detachment of the National guards,
marched to the foot ot tho Washington
monument aud held exercises there.
ILLINOIS EXPOSITION BUILDING.
Springfield Xjty Its Cornerstone aa a Cele
bration of the Fourth.
SmixciFlEI.n, July 5 The cornerstone
of the beautiful $11)0,000 exposition build
ing at the Illinois State Fair grounds was
laid with most imposing ceremonies. L.
A. Goddard, grandmaster of the Illinois
Masons, conducted the ceremonies under
the auspices of the Masonic order, nssisted
by the full staff of grand officers, and the
stall's of the grand ollicers of the Knights
Templars and Odd Fellows of Illinois,
lit. Uev. tieorge Seymour offered the
prayer. Governor Altgcld made the ad
dress of welcome and was followed by
The parade at noon was participated in
by fi.mn) people, composed of secret, mili
tary, and civic orders, state officers, city
officers, and citizens, and was the most
imposing event witnessed here in years.
The entire city was profusely decorated
and in complete holiday attire. Fully 10,-
000 strangers were present, and but for the
nuroail blockade fully SO, U?) would have
teen there. U,wng to the inability of ex-
loveruor Olesby to nrrive anil act as
chairman of the day. Judge AV. J. Allen,
of the Vnited States district court, wa
selected and acted as chairman.
Celebration ut llowen's TMuro.
WoolisTtiTK. Conn., July r. The annual
Fourth of July celebration at Hoseland
P'irk, tiie b.'jiunrul residence ot J ion.
Henry C. IVpuvii, which has become of na
tional interest, on account of the participa
tion lu t he oiTcin ouies of men of national
repute, drew together a large and distin
guished company. The exercises beg.
at. 10 o'clock with an address of welcome
by Congressman liussull, of Killingly
Other speakers were Representative
Wnlkcr, of Massachusetts, nnd 1 'resident
M. V. Striker, of Hamilton college.
fonK, July 5. "oniinany cele
brated Independence Day in its usual elab-
ate fashion. Tluro wire a long talk by
S.fiuitor Patrick Walsh and short talks by
Congressmen Springer, of Illinois; Hailey,
o: Texas; Cummhigs, of New York, and
Hayes, of Iowa, and several Democrats in
private life. .Mayor liiiroy, the grand
Sa dicm, presided.
ABBfiEVIAT c.D TELEGRAMS.
Tiie f.ro in the marble works at Proctor,
Vt., caused a !.- of from S75.0o I to f lin-
(MO, instead of ; l.lXI III ii), :is i:;-t reported.
Some near-sighted xr!in wrongly reid
a newspaper o'lUetm at t -oiuniims, O.,
whieh bi gati, "lVundergast. Harrison's as
sussin,"' and reporied that President 11. ir
rison bad liecn nss:isin it4'd. Tae report
instantly spread idl over the city.
(iovernor Altcrld, of liiiiiois, had to tel
egraph 1 is regrets to the Illinois university
that he could not keep an engagement to
be there on the Foiu tu. Kailwav strike.
Justice Guvnor, in the supreme court.
IlriHiklvn, has banded down a decision in
favor of granting a license to hold boxing
exhibitions nt the Seaside Athletic club at
Coney island. Mayer Schiereu, of Brook
lyn, had refused the license.
The estate of P. T. Barnnm. the great
shownmu. has lHeu tiualiy divided u'nout;
the heirs numbt rinir seven, who get sums
raugiug Irom t-s(i,tioti to $3l.'.tH)(.
Two miners liecame involved in a quar
rel at Nasi.' ille, His., over the late strike
and as a result John Cross shot Alphetis
Lamar just back of the shoulder blade.
The most conspicuous event of the cele
bration of the rourth of July nt St, Louis
was me iiouica'ion oi c-l.. Josepn s Jtomau
Catholic orphan asylum. A leature of the
occasion was the raising of tli stars and
stripes and the singing of "Siar Spangled
Banner by l..i0ii Sunday school cliildren
By the prematitre explosion of a cannon
firecracker at Detroit li -orge lioyer was
fatally burned and (J.orce Fieke wi:s
made totally blind. Both were boys.
ltichard CroUer and two sons have ar
rived ut New York aboard the Majestic in
the Is-st of heal: h and spirits. From the
pier Croker whs driven direct, to Tam
many hall, where the Fourth of July cele
bration was in progress. His appearance
there was greeted by enthusiastic cheer
ing. The six-oar rating boat of the Ft. Louis
rowing club while out. for a spiu struck a
concealed log in the river just ub ive tho
Kids bridge, and upset. Fritz Sexaucr
was drow ned.
Fire oiigiunting in an explosion of Ere
Works destroyed the greater part of the
town of Honey Gr -ve, Tex. lj.-s about
A case of Aiat ie cholera has occurred
ut Stockholm, Sweden. The victim had
recently arrived from St. Petersburg.
James McCaffery, aged -1, was killed by
Andrew Tresilliau at a' picnic ou Shot
Tower Hill, in the suburbs of Galena, Ills.
Tresilliau hnd becu drunk aud quarrel
some all day and without provocation
he stabbed McCall'ery twice.
The Populists of the Nineteenth Illinois
congressional district held their conven
tion in Greenup and nominated Kev. 11.
M. Brooks, of El gar county, for congress.
With step as noiseless an the ptinimer air
Who comes In beautiful deca) ? Iter eyes
Pliswilvh ir witli a feverish clow of I'cht, nnJ cn
Iter cheek a ro?y tint, as 'f the tip
Of Duality finder fa n'ly pressed it there !
Alas! Consiinu tion Is l.er name."
Tins ternhle discnfe which has numbered its
victims by millions, comes in the motft inid:ous
way. Getting one's feet wet; a slight cold, a
couh, ntl then other iniiiscietiors until it gets a
firm hold. Why full a victim when a cure is with
in reach? Ir Pierce's tiolden Medical Discov
ery will t lTectn.ill.v curj consumption l t its earli
ptiifres. rur weak lunun. spiti'iur of lilood, aLth
ma, liowriug coughs and kindred alimentf, it is
a MncruiRU reineuy.
Koyal Kuby" Itye Whisky
Is a "Bye as is a Kyc," naturally ripened and
rva from all foreign flavor and adulterants, mar
antccd pare and over eleven years of aire, re.com
mended to the connoisseur a a meritorious arti
cle worthy of the confidence of Invalids, conva
lovcents and the aged. See that our came ie
blown In bottle. 1.00 per quart bottle.
"KOYAL KITBV" PoKT WINE,
pnre. old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
Invalids, convalescents and the at;ed. It restore
lost vitality, create strength and appetite, bnilds
np the wean, and debilitated. Quart, si. 1'luts,
w bvuia. x ui up on uonor ana fcuaruutuea Dy
KOYAL WISE, CO, Chicago.
For alo at Harper House Pharatacy. aud by
IT UUiHU VHWUIUIU, J&OUUU.
Reduced Excursion Rates to tha East via
the B C. R. Ji. Railway.
National Educational Association
meeting, Asbttry Park, N. J., July
10-13, 1894. One fare plus $2 for the
round trip. Tickets on sale from all
stations July 7 and 8. Good to re
tarn until July 29.
Annual meeting loung People s
Society of Christian Endeaver, Cleve
land, Ohio, July 11-15, 1894. One
fare for the round trip. Tickets on
sale from all stations Julv 9 nnd 10.
Good to return until Aug. 1.
Annual meeting lsaptist loung
People's Union, Toronto, Ont., July
19-22, 1894. One fare for tho round
trip. Tickets on sale from all sta
tions Julv 17 and 18. Good to return
until Aug. 8.
For further particulars inquire of
station agent or address the under
signed. J. Mokton,
Gen'l. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.,
Cedar Rapid s, Iowa.
The Pur.ile Solved.
Perhaps no local disease has puz
zled and baflleil the medical profes
sion more than nasal catarrh. While
not immediately fatal, it was among
tiie most nauseous and disgusting
ills the Uesh is heir to, and the rec
ords show very few or no eases of
radical cure of chronic catarrh by
any of the nianj' modes of treatment
until the introduction of Ely's Cream
Halm a few years ago. The success
of this preparation has been most
gratifying and surprising. No dru
gisi is without it.
The FLocU Market.
"'! uiiotrv. 103.12 ; n nwn f.O; wild. IT
CSS; :o h ti27 ; oa.t4. S;.503T.
Bnltcr Fair to choice, lH315c;creDir, ISr.
'Ssjx 'reh. 1ic
Poiiltry spring chickens, large, Ji.50 ncr
rarer and vzoctables.
Potatoes soc .
Otimeti Si .arrr ii
Kuspbrrries- Rlark. red, $3 a cac.
IN mints a r-e.
(iooretirrrie?-; )0 a rfte.
Cjttlc Bnlchers iy for c t ft.t
i'itr; c.'wi nd bcittis, 2V4'-
tit-. D 4lt v
Ppriug latub JS a head.
Coal Son. Mc
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaran
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Kudv, Lancas
ter. Pn. For sale by T. H. Thomas
and Hartz & liahnsen, druggists.
Rock Island. 111.
DO not be deceived.
The following brands of
White Lead are still made by the
" Old Dutch" process of slow cor
rosion. They are standard, and
The recommendation of
"Southern,'' ' Red Seal,''
to 3ou by your merchant is an
evidence of his reliability, as he can
sell you cheap ready-mixed paints
and bogus White Lead and make a
larger profit. Many short-sighted
dealers do so.
For Colokr National Lead Co.'s Pure
White Lead Tinting Colors, a one-pound can to
a 2s-pound keg ot Lead and mix your own
paints. Saves tunc ami annoyance in matching
sli.ulis, and insures the best paint that it is
possil'le to put on wood.
Send us a postal caru and get our book rn
paints and ciard, free; it will probably
mvc you a Rood niauy dollars.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.
State aud Fifteenth Streets, Chicago.
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
Ribbons, Cumins and Carpets. It has
no equal for Cleaning House. Killing
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
Yen Need It. Sares Money and Labor.
FOR SALE EVEKYWHEac.
PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
rUK J UtNTS.
Address II anu H. Dos Moines. Iowa.
WISE'S PELLETS The Greatest Remedy
known toNcleuce for disease!: of the NERVES
BLOOD and BRAIN tlie itnporuiiit ii func
tions of the fnialoiny that Khonld art in unison.)
Gtti'rnnteed to prrtnawntlti curt Nervous Froa
trutiou. SfUiiiiHl WcKkueKs, Kailinc Memory,
liroken Sliivp or KcstleMiiietis. Ucmlm he. fjcncrul
i '"l.. V !',"",V LOST MANHOOD
i-. iniij ..luiraioiie. , iirutiocic. r.iierniiiiorrlia-a.
Punidua and all the evil etteftH of voiithful
errors, overwork and over-iudtilKence of any
nature. It tout up tit eniitt tyttttm and create
uvw ugiH in mctu unu ouay i,oi eiiucr bcz.
KO CHARGE UNLESS CURED.
Cant o f Certain Cure. H to SS. Advin mil
ciilam free. If you suffer write to us and we will
len you tiie nest remedy for your case. THK
wise rr-tLLm tu., 81 5. Clark St., CHICAGO.
Is Uio best remedy fcr
nil complaints "feculinr
DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
Hr.ATINU AND VfcNTIl.ATlXli tMilN tl.KS.
A complete line of Pipe, Brass
Packing Hose, Fire Brick, etc.
DAVIS I5LOCK, Moline, IU.
SMALL POX PREVENTIVE
A PREVENTATIVE FOU
The Best Disinfectant Ready
Trade supplied by IIORST VOX KOECKIUTZ, corner Fifth ave
nne and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. Sole Aircnt,
Uock Island. Manufactured by the Fastaur Chemical Co., New York.
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Heating
and Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Uock Island, 111. Tel. No. 1283
'olc AgctiU for the Fnnnan.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
17C6 Second Avenu8.
TftcP Si..' 4 r i' i:i T.iiif l-.-ir. H Ii - W'-itji 1 ;.rv. ni.. ,.f Hniii '" I
,T-V -J'M Iffii T-V-l ll'.-i.. 'll-. i.L. I,iln . I Mhn.i. Mi v (J!;.-.!
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i lm?na:;t wn(t
u1.!T" :.r - I
ill ! Oat ANU Ai rtr ti IMM..
For sale in Kock Island br HarU &
AH kinds of Cot Flower conetautiy on han-i.
One block from Central Park, larzert in
Carpenter and Builder,
Shop on Viae Street.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1111, and you will receive
SLIVERS & ANDSH80N,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
31 Kinds ot Carpenter "Work Done.
General kbslun done on thon rat t c and aatiaracUoo gsarautoot.
QMtm aal law 1X1 XwUlk muXm MicS ULA1 1-
A HEDICAL BOOK worth
rOI.LABS, rent for 19 cents U
tl iVr Rot tie at Druggist!.
60c Trial kite sent by mad.
Letters for advice Harked
"rorrsultliiK Kepartmcnt are
seen by oar physicians only.
Z0I 'HOU ftOICIKt CO.
M. tt. t'olman, rW'y,w, .
Gas and Steam Fittine
Largest and best equipped establishment
west of Chicago.
112. Ill West Seventeenth street.
Telephone Koek Island.
Small Pox, Cholera, Typhoid and
Scarlet Fevers, Diphtheria, Etc.
Sec. and Trtas
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