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THEARGU8, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1094.
a. . eonraur.
Connellj fc Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Boor, over MobeE ft tyjde's
Jackson Bt Burst.
Attorney! at Law.
0m la Book Island Haaoaal Bank boOdJay.
a., twin it.
C. I WALKS.
Sweeney Ac Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law.
OftVw hi Benrstocs nkwfc.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Laga) satinets of atl Mads proaiptly srtaadt 4
to, Statel Attorney ol Hock Will coaatr.
OSes, FoatoOea Block.
McEalry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Lou sainer oa rood atuilty t mace coVjh
Uooa. Reference, Mitchell Ltadr, banner.
OttOS), aOStOaal?9 BfOOaC
Geo. M Kerns,
Architect and Superintendent.
Offer for patent drawing . Room t T M C a
Edward L. H&mmatt,
41. Hit eh D Lynda Baudlnc
Geo. P. Stauduhar.
Piano aad oapatlataadaaea fnr an claw of
Bnlldtaaa. Rooms W and So, Mitchell Lynde
Bator Block, over Klnmnorya Mora.
R. It. Peaxce,
Rocsae M aad 31 Is Mitchell ft LradVa aew
Building. Tab elevator
Dr. B. Jay,
Offlet at Staaescn'a livery (table. Telephone
i. a. aoixowncaa, a. D. a. a. Basra, a. d.
Dn. Barth & Hollowbnsh,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Besideac Til Slat at. . Is If
ttTn sorrns i
Df, Bank-. I Dr. Hollowbnna
. loW a, at, I 10 toll a. a).
1 totandTtolp,, I t toaadh8a,B,
Dr. Chaa. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wblttakor Block, aoothweat coraar
Third aad Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa
KomnanaadlS. Bonn: to 11 a. m., 1 to 1 p. m.
D. B. G Miller,
Owr an jean experience hit made ttn
aortaat rteanreriea which enable Urn to
make mammae care In nzmtx and
RHEUMATISM and NEURALGIA
t Bee la Beecher'i bnlldlig, ICnv Sec
ond avtana. OBco boure: I a. m. to S
STATE SAVUTGS BAHTL
Ceraer fine- th ttrast aad Third A
Iks aoltao saetaen Baas. OrfATuaod tatt
S fa-Cr ETEET ?U1 II XHVL
OiHsii aadar State Laws.
Opea from I n. at-lel o aw.aU wtsastday aa
Bataraay kUgaas (rami is span
Tloa-P owl Seat
H. A. aiaawoitb,
C A. Bon.
9. K. Sdwavda.
r FTisersj, c. V,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
lor aiwate partte la tho
spate wo waoi ay the
Orchard State Bank
of oacuA&D, BBBKABKA .
M. W. Bvurr. ProeUoat.
aallii in M 1.vm4 tuaakaia
J. ft, aaataaoa, Uaaaior Mock Island) hsttoaa)
U, '. Carter, . It.
t Usn's Saaa, waoiaeeis uroers.
Such is the verdict of thousands
who, after having thoroughly test
ed numerous brands, have awarded
the palm to
Empress Josephine Face Powder,
This powder has been nroven bv
the most searching analytical tests
to be lree lrora all injurious sub
stances. From the person of one who uses
Empress Josephine Face Powder,
there is emitted a perfume faint,
delicate, hardly perceptible, but
yet thoroughly characteristic a
perfume which fills the surround
ing atmosphere with a fragrance
which is inexpressibly charming.
In three shades : White. Flesh.
For Sale at 25 and 50 cents
per Box, by
For sale bv T. II. Thomas, Drug
gist, cor. 17th and 2d av.. Rock Island
F.XRCt TORtt KOTtCK.
Bftate of John Warner. decenard.
The nadrrsiKned havtnebcen eDnointedexern.
trlx of the last will aua tostament of John
Warner, late of the county of ttork Ieland.
late of Jlllnolo. rceaied. hereby clv notice
taai rie will appear nerore the ennsty conrt of
lnck Ialand county, at the oiTIre of the clerk of
aid court. In the city of Kock Island, at the .Tan
aery tetm on the An Monday in Jannary next
a which time alltwreona bviii2 claims avatnat
aid oetate are notified and reqneeted to attend
ijt toe pnrpoee or navmg the aame adjnated.
All peraon Indebted to amid estate are re-
3 nested to autke Immediate payment to the nn
mlaned. Dated thla lath flav of October, A. D. lm.
CAROLINE L. WAKNKR.Ezecntrix.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposal will be received at the ritv
clerk'a nfflrc. Ruck loland. 111., until Monday.
Urc. a. If.H. at . o clock p. m.. lor the rowtrur
lion of a emnitpii and fonn atton for t ie city of
Rock If land. 111., and fur iuml-hir'- all tbe m-
toria1 and duin the work acrorilini! to plnns and
pe-lll(-atlon no file M thi; city clerk'? ifti.f.
All biitu nan Im: acrotnpanli'd witttfa rontfied
check -n the nm of five tiundred iJOO) dnllnrs.
payable to the ord -r of the ma or of oaiil city,
which aball become forfeited to taid city, in cie
11 e DKiuet Mian rail to enter irto contract with
attiroTed euretii-s to ,n rule t:.e work for the
price mentioned in niabtd and acenrdinc: to the
plans and auecilicatinri in the event lhat the
contract bull be awarded to him.
Kock lalauil. 111 . Nov. 1:1, I!.
A. D. HUEMNG, CUy Clerk.
T. .T. MEDHX. Jrt.. Mayor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1
KoCk ISLAHD COCSTT, f "
In tbe circuit conrt of i 1 Hock I'land county.
to the J nn-y term, a. l . H" In cbtnecrr.
Robert S. Wood burn, complainant. vs John Ev
ans, tur u'ikcowu ticlrs or uevee or John
Xvsiia, decearvd. Narcv r van. the nnktown
hulra or devi-fpfl of Nancv Kvan, diceaed.
defendant. Bill 'o quiet title.
To th above nuoed defewlnnld and rnr h of
thorn: Affidavit nf your nor-reaiden.'e bavinir
been filed in the otlice of the clerk of said circuit
conrt, notice i hereby e ven to yon and each of
too inu me aouve ntmefl compi unant ha a ed
In said court bia bill of comoliiut affinHt vnn on
the chancery firie of raid court; that a um-
mone in cnanccry na nefn lauea in ald cauee
against you. returnable to the next term of aid
court, to be b-eMin and holden at tbe court house.
in uie city o noca laiana, in atd countv, on tbu
tnl Monday of January A. D. lSSfi, at which time
and place yon will appear and plead, anver or
demur to said bill of complaint If yon ae tit.
GEuRtiE W. GAMBLE, Cierk.
SwastrtT ft Wat keh. Solicitors for Compl'u
Bock Ialand, Illinois, Nov. 14, A. D. 1SW.
HATES ft CLEAVELAjTB
representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Oaah assets
Tire Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Eurntysnip.
OrriCB BatufMoaw bloc Bock Island, Ilia
ay Secure oar rates: they win tntnrest yon.
J. M BUFORD.
Vjtenera) . . .
The old Fire and Tlms-trlad Oompanlo
Losses Promptlv Paid.
Bates as low as say reliable company can ago
Tear Patrooaare la aoHeltad.
vi3 - ms$m
TaUFaaiaaa SteaaaSj ewrw qniekly and per
wianently all nervoua tllwaw. such aa Weak
Memory. I.osaof Brain Power, Keadacbe. Wake
fajliMM. bas Vitality, nlnhtly emitwiona. evil
dreain. Impotenry and watinadleaeensed by
wejaacatl tmn ear etaaea. Conuilna no
wpMwn. in m aim awtti auia aiaea Mtllifer'.
tne mie ami imnv atnmtt mil !
earrlptl In vet poeket. ! per box: tor M. By
II nrepoid with a written ninnlMi tn rnr ,,r
money rernnded. Write oa for on aaeallewl
beak, eent aenled In plain wmpper. whtfh con
tain teatlmonlal and hnanclal nM'ereiH'e. Ma
abaiai w eMWWltJ,tl Jfc-irrr of i'nila-
SOLD IN KfM'K ISLAND, ILL., BY I1AKXZ ft
CZAR IN THE TOMB.
Carried to th Vault by Princes
of trie Blood.
CATHEDBAL FUIVL OF DIGBTTAEIES.
Fiawl Act enT ttie Ro fral Drama, Aaaooaweel
by tbe Ronmlnf; af Cnnnoei A Fnaeral
Ceremony at' Berl ka In Hoajor of tbe Lata
Rnler Italy Still - Qnakiac Additlaaal
Deatha Keparteel aad Many Peoplej
Camped In the Opel a Field.
St. Petersburg. 3 ;ov. 20. The entomb
raent of the remaiim of the late Czar Al
exander III took pit ice in the cathedral of
St. Peter and St. l?Uul. A thick fog en
veloped the city 1 ait the popnlnoe was
astir ot the earlist possible hour and at
the same time the t traps detailed to take
port in the funeral c eremonies commenced
moving toward the position of assign
ment. The cathedral was packed with
people, including w presentatives of all
the imperial and nival families in Eu
rope. The funeral s ervices were conduct
ed by the ntetropi litan of St. Peters
burg and by the mrl ropolitan of Moscow.
The former conduct d the czarina to her
place near the colli l, which reposed in
state in the center on' the cathedral.
Meniltera of Royal Families.
The czar and grain i dukes and the mem
liers of the royal faro ilies present took up
positions on t lie right of the colli n and the
many military officers in ntb-mluune were
grouped behind tho bier. On the left
were the foreign ambassadors and minis
ters and their stalls, while grouped
around in different p arts or the cathedral
were countless delegi tiins from Russian
cities and elsewhere, including the numer
ous delegations front IVranee. The funer
al services began at I0:H0 o'clock a. m.
and lusted until nbout 4 o'clock. Over
thirty iiicuiIkts of the. royal families of
Kurope, attended by glit fa-ring suites, wcro
pres'nt. After the long- service the czar,
czarina, and others prvscnt took a last
farewell of the remains of Alexander III.
The czar then laid the imperial mantle
over the body and the cotlin was carried
by the czar and certain, of the princes to
its tern b.
Tlie Lax Art Oinrlnded.
The most impressive "portion of the cere
mony was at the lowci ring of the czar's
remains into the vault by high civil offi
cers of the govermenit. As the coffin dis
npKuired from viow die loud booming of
cannon and the salvias fired bv platoons
of infantry from the adjoining fortress
reverbt-mted through the church, ming
ling with the words of the burial service,
and the lowering of the mourning flag
and the hoisting of the ordinary imperial
standard on the fortress tower proclaimed
to the world outside th at, the last act in
the mournful drama had , been concluded.
The czar bore the ordeal with fortitude,
but many among tho gt oup of imperial
and royal personages clust cred around the
open grave were visibly affected. The
czar remained in tho chttrch until the
tomb was finally closed.
Funeral Ceremony In. Berlin. '
BEr.i.rs, Nov. 20. An imposing funeral
ceremony in honor of the lat 9 Czar fAlex
ander III took place in the cliurch of Kuh
sian embassy. Traffic nlioirt the ncigh
iMirhnod was suspended durin g the service
and there was a large guard of honor out
side tlie church. Emperor William, in
Kussian uniform, accompanied by the em
press, drove to the church in an open car
riage and was present throughout the cere
mony. All the diplomatic corps, including
the Vnin-d States ambassador, Hon. Theo
dore R uny on, and many other notabilities
MORE SHOCKS FELT.
Twenty reraona Were Killed by tbe Earth
quake in Italy.
Rome, Xov. 20. Dispatches from the
earthquake shaken province of Reggio di
Calabria say that more slight shocks were
felt in that district. Although no fur
ther damage was done the im habitants
continue terror stricken and numbers of
people are fleeing from the towns into the
country. Thirteen persons were killed
and over fifty injured at the village of
Scminaro. This village is nearly de
stroyed. At IViinl, where nearly all the houses
are ruiniHl, seven persons were killed and
fifty in j urcd. N umliers of houses at.Ma
lochehio and Terrauuovo were damaged.
Although nobody was killed or injured at
those places, their populations are camp
ing out in the fields. The troops in the
province of Reggio di Calabria are render
ing all the assistance iiossihhe to the en
dangered inhabitants. Two violent shocks
of earthquake were felt at Mila.zo on tho
north coast of the island of Sicily. The
terrified inhabitants UihI from the town
and spent the night in tlie open air.
Conmrvativca Claln a Seat.
LoxDOX, Nov. SO. An election took
place in Forfarshire, Scotland, for a mem
lier of parliament to succeed Sir John
Rigby, formerly solicitor general and
later attorney geaeral, recently appointed
lord of apical. The result of the poll
was declared, and shows that the Conserv
atives have won a victory and gained a
scat Ramsay, Conservative, receiving
o.i;(4 votes; Robson, Liberal, received 4,
For the Protection of Foreigners.
Shanghai, Nov. 20. The viceroy of
Tien Tsin is placing soldiers around the
foreign settlement in order to protect it
against the depredations of soldiers from
the mutinous camps. If tho Japanese
take Port Arthur it is expected that they
will land, en route to Pekin, forty miles
south of Takn. Numbers of quick firing
guns have lieen added to the Chinese war
ships at Wci-Hai-WeL
Denmark Places aa Embargo,
Copenhagen, Nov. 20. The minister of
the interior, M. Hoerrlng, has issued a
decree to take effect immediately, forbid
ding the import of live cattle and fresh
meat from tbe United States.
CommhMioBer of Cheater Priaeat.
SPRINGFIELO, Nov. 20. Governor Alt
geld announces tho appointment of
James D. Baker as commissioner of the
southern Illinois penitentiary. Mr. Baker
has Just resigned the wardenship of the
same institution. -
Contest for a KherifTa Commisaioa.
Richmond, Ky., Nov. 20. C. C. Wallace,
Republican candidate for sheriff ' of Madi
son county, has filed notice of contest
against his Democratic opponent, who
was declared elected by twenty votes. He
alleges that in two precincts tho ballots
were exhausted long before o'clock clos
ing, and that fifty Republican voters were
JAPS ARE GOOD FIGHTERS.
Letter from aa Oaerr aa the 1'nlted (Hates
Pbovincetown, Mass., Nov. 80. An
officer of the United States ship Concord,
writing from Chemulpo, Corea, Oct. 7, to
a friend here, say of the battle of Yalu:
"The Japanese are splendid soldiers and
fighters. In the battle of Sept. I" 15,500
Chinese were killed and only r men
were lost by the Japanese. Kor quick
work and engineering the Japanese excel
any men I ever saw. They landed pon
toons acrocs the river and marched over a
body of troops consisting of 20.0J0 men,
with heavy guns and artillery, and had
everything completed in a little over two
hours. They are landing troops here
every day and marching them on toward
"Sept. 27 they captured a place and
S3nn,aiio with it and the reports are they
killed every Chinaman in the place. No
matter if they have millions and millions
of men in China, they have no fighters
compared to the Jaimnesel"
Old Belgium Industry Restored.
Washington, Nov. 20. Turkish rugs
are now being made in considerable num
bers in Belgium, according to United
States Consul Roosevelt at Brussels, who
in an interesting report to the state de
partment describes the method of manu
facture and the conditions under which
one of the oldist industries of Belgium
has been restored and employment has
been afforded to ninny young persons be
tween the ages of 14 and 20 years. Men in
alms houses are also employed in tho
work, for which they receive no compensa
tion, while the wages of tlie girls range
from 20 to 25 cents per day.
Drag red to Death by a Cow.
Emporia. Kun., Nov. 20 Amos Bu
shong, aged 71, was dragged to death by a
cow. He hail taken the cow to a well and
while drawing water tied the rope to his
wrist. The animal got frightened and
threw him to the ground. She then
dashed off, dragging him several blocks
and through a stoiieyard. His head was
beaten almost out of shape against the
stones. Mr. Bushong was a mnrh re
spected citizen. One of his sons is presi
dent of the college at Wliifleld. and a
daughter is the wife of tho Rev. D. E.
Shuey, Frecport, Ills.
Flames in a Conrt Moose.
SHELBYVH.I.E, Ills., Nov. 20. Fire was
discovered in the county clerk's office in
the court house. The fire originated in
the north room, which is south of and ad
joining the treasurer's office. The build
ing was erected in 1878 at a cost of f 100,
000. The flames destroyed the one room
with all its contents, and almost ruined
the rooms on the north and south and the
long hall on the west. The greatest loss,
save to the bnildinsr. is the burning of the
assessor's and collector's hooks, all of
which, except those of six townships, are
Negroes Arm to Prevent a Lynching.
Atchison-, Kan., Nov. 20. Police Ser
geant Donohue found altout fifty negroes
armed with shotguns and revolvers in an
alloy back of Banker Clarke's residence.
They had armed to prevent the lynching
of Collins, the alleged rapist. He ordered
them to disperse, hut they refused to obey
and defied him to arrest tliem. With aug
mented force this crowd soon surrounded
tbe jail, shouting that Collins should not
be lynched. The sheriff also went to the
jail with a strong force to protect the pris
oner. Letter tlie mob dispersed.
Core vs. Moloney.
Springfield, Ills., Nov. 20. The case
of David Gore, auditor of public accounts,
vs. Maurice T. Moloney, attorney general,
is lieing argued in the Sangamon circuit
court on demurrer. The auditor asks for
a writ of mandamus to compel the attor
ney general to proceed against the Illi
nois Building and Loan association at
Bloomington to wind up its affairs. Since
the proceeding was instituted the attorney
general has done just what the auditor
asks tlie court to roniiel him to do.
Tery Comthlrrate af No. 1.
Madison, Wis., Nov. 20. Thomas
Rose, who recently married a daughter of
one of the best families here, has suddenly
left the city, taking with him his wife's
ready money and jewels. Hardly had he
gone when a former wife, now in Cali
fornia, was heard from, who writes that
if he will secure n divorce and remarry
with his si-cond wife she will not molest
him any more. But he is not to lie found.
Crack Cyclists from Abroad.
New York, Nov. 20. William Troy,
utanager for A. A. Zimmerman. the cyclist,
was a passenger on the steamer New
York. He wns accompanied by a number
of crack bicyclist who will take part in
the meet at Madison Square garden, this
city. Among the number are A. C. Ed
wards, champion of England; Luigi
CoIouiIki, champion of Italy; Adrieu
Guerry, champion of France; Vcrlieyen,
champion of (iennany, and Lticien Lcsna,
cbumpion of Switzerland.
Canglit by tlie Knives.
WAPAKOSETA, O., Nov. SU While Will
lam Lownian, a farmer, was feeding a
com husking machine his right arm was
caught by the kniv and drawn in up to his
shoulders. The arm was amputated. Ho
was found by his wife lying unconscious
from loss of blood. He may not recover.
Ceneral Booth at Detroit.
DETROIT, Nov. 20. Detroit accorded a
hearty welcome to General Booth and
staff of the Salvation Army. Tbe general
addnessed three big meetings and his
spcetmos aroused much interest and gave
the local public more intelligent ideas of
the work of the army and greater sym
pathy with its alms.
Killed by His Brother.
Louisville, Nov. 20. William H.
Walker, aged 14 years, n mlir 1 kill.
by his 10-year-old brother. They
out hunting and the gun exploded acci
dentally. Tlie wounded boy lay alone for
an hour in the woods while his brother
went for help. He died in two hours.
Mea Will Kabauit t the Cat.
Pittsburg, Nov. 20. The steel workers
employed in Schoenberger & Co.'c mills
have been notified of a reduction of from 10
to 15 per cent.in wages to go into effect to
day. No reasons are stated, but the men
will submit to the cut without protest.
afore Coatest Ksaiera,
Washington, Nov. 20. The Republican
congressional committee has notice of
three more contests, aa follows: Third
Missouri, Orton, Rep., vs. Uorkcry, Itesu.;
Sixth Arkansas, Myers, Rep..' vs. NeiU,
llein.; Third North Carolina, Spear,
Uun.. vs. Shaw, Dctu.
The Dallas (Tex.) Typograpieal union
has passed resolutions denouncing tho
the action of the International union In
submitting a political programme for the
consideration of subordinate unions and
denying its right to do ao.
Obituary: At Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Thomas I). Gilbert, nx At New Yoik,
Edwin Beers, 73. At IX-catnr. Ills , John
K. Warren. At Holland. Mich., Jacob
Van Patten, Sr.. 74. At Thompsonvlllo,
Conn., William Martin. At Gratz, Aus
tria, Princess Claudine of Teck, 68. At
Paris, Francis Magnard, editor of Fig
James Lidille, editor of the Preston (la.)
Times, wrote an account of his own sni
cido for his paper nnd then carried out tbe
programme to the letter.throwing himself
in front of a passing train.
Pennsylvania anthracite coal operators
have begun to cut prices. Coxe Brot. &
Co. announce a reduction of 4o cents a ton
and other operators arc likely to follow
It is rnmnred at New York that H. II.
Kohls.int. of Chicago, has bought the New
Charles T. Parsloe. the old-time actor
who won the fame and considerable for
tune as a delineator of Chinese character,
has been stricken wilh paralysis at New
Escaping nntiir.,1 gas overcame many
members of the congregation of a Meth
odist church at East Liverpool, O. Six
are in a critical condition.
Reports to the state department regard
ing the ko!n nut of Africa prove that its
action on the muscular system enables
the natives to liear enormous loads long
distances without fond. One aged negro
wn able to carry a 17H-poun:l bag of cof
fee four leagues by chewing a siugle nut
A Jersey City linker has reduced the
price of bread to 3 cents a loaf.
General W. H. Gibson is lying danger
ously ill at Tillin, O.
The memliers of the family of Martin
Gasie, near Vandalia, Ills., have been pois
oned by eating cookies.
The Bridge ta Paradise.
Al Si rat is the name of an imaginary bridge
betweon the earth and ti e Mohammedan psra
d'se. It b cirt o wide aa a ; liter's thread, and
those laden with sin fall over into the abyss be
low. Just ro narrow Is tbe bridge between
health and illnca, and many then arc whs fall
nto the abysii of chronic InvalidLm, tolely from
the fact that they do net km wn what to do to get
well. Forrommy men ninVritg from diseawa
peculiar to their sex. Dr. Pierre's favorite I're
scription ba proved ac invaluable boon. For
proiapvn, iiiflimma:ion cf ihs ntercs. scprrc
ion and all other di-casc aritltw therefrom, H
i- truly nt equaled in i s powers rfca e.
Wbe-j Baby was sick, vrr pave Iw faxtorla.
Wben nhe van a ChiM, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Krsv she .-lung to Castorta.
When he had Children, sbe ffave Liae&n Casta,
Children Cry for
.... We Offer Vast a Reaaedy Which I
Insares Seacty ta Law af Mothor aad Child.
W.nTNFR'C Robs Cnttli
a a a a as s a- BL-t -
tn a rain, noTiH
After nslnc one bottle of Mcrrwta
Faias-n" 1 suffered hut little psln, and did
not experience thst weskueta afterward.
Dnsl In nrta raws. JIM. Alexia UlGI
Baxter eprlncs, kan.
Sent bv Wan or Ex
on receipt vf erlea.
Bl Wf bnttlr. llook T. Mulhm
Free. SoM bjr aii DroaKMta.
ft BKADriELB ffEGfLiTOK CO.. aUaata. 6a.
IFrtac the t krelaad PUindcaler
"There are hundreds and thonsands
tif people in the large cities and towns
who cannot afford to pay tbe prices tie-man-led
for the best dairy and cream
ery butters. Oleomargarine is in every
respect better and more healthful than
country store butter. Give the middle
class, and every class, for that matter,
a chance to place cm their tables an
artificial butter that looks like butter,
that tastes better than most dairy but
ter tastes, and is absolutely nutritious
and healthf uL Let there be fairness in
this matter, and a repeal of all prohib
itive laws that work injury and in
justice to a large number of people."
Silver Churn Buttcrine is the Latest
and most improved butter substitute.
It is prepared by superior methods
under careful scientific supervision. It
is advertised and sold larjrcly through
out the United States, and fastidious
housekeepers proclaim it the beet table
sole rnorKiETo us
Armour Packing Co.,
KANSAS CITY, U. S. A.
For sale by Hr Tremann ft Sons,
corner 17th street nnd Third are.
w1. arW'lvNHMPIIHa' am
la XVas-. V
rralaieata tasse aVatsMa la tw mmmT Itaeaa
powerfnlly and qotckly. Curas wbea all other
' Yjans anon will tvsrata ----- mint
and old am will re son c their vonthfal varaa
by naiag VITAUS. Itaotclclyaad atireiyTw.
Stores fservounrw-as, I-oet Vitality, lannoteacy.
Hiflll, rnWuB tw " ... u
arnroale at aUack lalaad bvl
awaw- - J lA
ory. Wasting Hiaeaaeo. and all'eaeeta ml self
abtne or eseesa and indlaoretioa. Wards ol
at WUlasB n la i tall. .
fcoalth It arm
whica to aoaalately
ad J ' .
la aaaaaatlaaatT taw mmm rwilf fanr
Va wosrU kuna arrwr knawa. It la fcau-aalaaa.
CaatarU tattrsn Wwrmta.
Oastarta aJlaya rawrissmaoa.
tatarto TrwTeaita waaItiax aUwJ J?mrj.
Caatcrla ewrwa TMarrnara aa Wind Collw,
Caataria tMarswa TtMag Trowbles.
Caaffat anrwoaatat?a)aiaai auadl riatwlesMrw.
nail allaoa tiva adTas-ta srf
CaVstsarU 4 a t eartatat aaarptlaa, epiaum. ar eta or arcetie property.
CaatcarU aaalaadlatao tha fooxt, regwlataa tho efemach and bowels.
Cfrlasw laaaxtky sus atafTlesvp.
Cartacjat U at srp lat oata -alea Wttlee amly. It Is siot aold i bnlk.
DaaaH allowaaiy ama ta eaU tow ataytaiLmg laa aa the plea ar x,rotnia
that It la "jwsrt mm araaaf ssi'wfll sumawayp wvery pwr-po "
B tamt y ft OA-g-T-O-K-I-A.
Children Cry for
BKATING AMI VKMT1LAT1XO LXOIKEKKa.
HAVE TOU SEEN
THE :- CAPITOL
If Not. Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, and jude its
merits yonrse'f. KiHeen sold this sea
son, and more poinp. Call for descrip
112 and 114 W. i ;t.i street.
Tilej ljone HIS.
toillcVtoers cl FARM. EPRINQ AND FREIGHT WAGC53
A rail AmA iiaila. Mma M Srta .
SSALcatinaw Mas tho MGUA.
UIOOSPOKATKO OI9tB TBB fTAtt LAW
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Boos ISLAjro, fix.
Oaaa dsfle a . ..... .
-- - - . Hantaan, aasaraay otatUaia frsaa Tsaf rtv.
er oatt laatraatt paVl on Darposita. Moner loard oa Paraonal e -U
w , J
aaa as Hit, PraTV v C. nararaaiAarw .. - - .
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, KOi till SIXTH AVESUE.
Viah.Etlt FOCK JFkAJti.
City 9Czz end
For Bu r KrraM Lin telaphona 1141, and yon wiU reoeire
T1Z11 TT.aUTB ft eriCiCii,
T ft witaewt. ,
laJamta aad Chtldre.
Childrwa like it. It
sawa tktr ll-raa. la It If ether. tiav
aaJa suaal prsx-tically parfee a.
eatrVewto avcld aa ar fxHaoTieaa afr.
in eat every
a. $' ' i
St. Bafurd, Joan VoahT
tmt BncboH A LrMca tw o i'td
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