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TfltC Att&inj TTTESbA Y. DECEMBER 4; IC3A.
THK TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
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DOiK IsLAKD A TCOBIA RAILWAY
' !'o Fml i.oe and Twentieth street.
F. A. itmsswell. Agent.
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a. rr. conuti ta wilh
Th: Famous Knickerbocker
Sp i i 1 Solid Vestibule Trains
carrvinjf Wagnnr alec-pcrs to Cleve
land (cur ft out at this point, pas
sen; era allowed to sleep until n.
m.) ind New York. Dining Cur ser
vice T:nin leaving Kock Island at 2:20
ii. connects with train carrvmir
Vai ncr sleeiiers from l'eoria to In.
illat npttlis and Cincinnati.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Dep t toot of Twentieth Su
Kor t Island, 111.
IIov to procure A NTI-WAS 1IBUARD
SOAP IXJW DKR freo of charge:
BUT -OUU LADT" SOAP.
Cot off tho end of the wrapper,
at place named. When jou bar
35 pictures of oar Anti-Wab-board
Soap Powder, take them
to yonr grouer or present them
at our office And you will receive
FREE a 4-pound package, worth
24c. We make this liberal in
ducement to qulckl Introduce
Our Lady Soap and
An U-Washboard Soap Pwwdei
And hold j good until all wrap
pert on which this offer Is print
ed, is presented to us.
Warnock & Ralcton
Soap Makers, Book III a ad.
fa price cbged jor tie oriiqg
trade tobaccos, will find this
brand superior to all others
beware or IMITO10W.
Notlro to I'ontntrt nr
Sntled .rmmla will be rwcied at th rlr
clrrVa olfl'-c. Hr li-lanit. I I.. until Monday.
Drc . lt!!4. at S o'clock p. in.. Inr tti rootrur
Hon of a vtatiriplpe . nil funa aii- n for t e city ef
Rick llati, 1 1 rnd f ir ftiml'liiiiK ail tbn mi
ten and dnlo thr wurk Hrcotiiir.z to ptnia and
pc:tfii'ation on lilt, t th, . I'r clrr'B olll -c.
All b:tl)i ain.t lie t.rrontpnnlfd with a ccriifind
ehtt' li ntbciMJin of five Lnuttred iS (HI) d 11',
pnyaVoto ilie o-t r of tie m or of j city,
whlrh shall hroim- forf lloo to oaid city, in oh
t! e hldi.cr (hall f ill locr.u-r i- to eotitraet with
a t rord nrrtlf to x. eti'c ti.e work for the
prfi:e imntMmeti tn hip bid ant ttrrortlinc to tte
plana anrt BTciIlcatt - in the ivot l hit tut:
com root -h ill be awa ilo.l to hitn.
Hot k lali-nii. 111 . Nov. i:t. ls'H.
A.D. lit: KS1 SO, City Clerk.
T. J. MKr Uj, J Mayor.
8TATK OF HXINdlS, I
Hooi lai ai l otm r. I
In th circuit -o'in of -fi I ock lland county,
to tbr J nit jr trnt. . u . l-o:, in chwery.
Koliart KWmwIlturn. eomilu!nr-nt. v John Ev
an, th- iioknoan blt or ilavixee of John
Kvana. dreeved. Nn.ry t van, the nukrown
hlt or civii- tif Nncv Itvan, Ouccaoed.
dc'rntlant. Bill to quiet title.
Totb" -hove iituru ovffndin'a and each of
them: Affidavit of your no rpaiden e having
K....M flint tt ... .. 1 t I. i
...... iii wi .) virrK ui iniu CIVUIt
conn, notice i hvrcby R ven to you and rat h of
..h , inn ipin unnieti fTomw iiiiaoi na n ec
ID raid court Li hill of. comul:tut aii.luat yuu on
the cbancvry eii'e of raid tour; tl.nt a nuro
atona In charcerr br Imm n irrue-l In aald canoe
aciinat you. returnable to l be next te rn of Mtid
court, to be b jrun d holden at the eonrt bnuw,
1-117 w nin;a ipimiu, in rmu cuuny, on 'Hit
ot Monday of Jinuary A. t). ISI5, at bich time
j"m wi-, (ifvTir anu aa. atiower or
demur tu Mill hill or rompU-nt if vm nee fit.
(i!''bK W. ARLK.Cifk.
pwriBT AW. kbh. Pol.cit.ir. fo- Compl'u
Hock lauind, Illinois, Not. 11, a. Si. lt'.H.
Notice of (tale by Commlaaiotter.
STAT OP ILLINOIS. I
Boca IlLHD CotTSTT. 1
I the eirrnlt court of ail county. In chancery.
Bury l.ury llucmt a and rrank p Httpa-lnK. v
liarvcy CUa-e Ui'S.ina and George K. liotb, in
n Mtnuiince of a dee'ee o' a tirl court, en'rrcd
In alii ra on the lUili nav . f Movcnih.-r. A. II..
1W. ', Itii lnnl A. HoiiaHwin. .pctiul tomni a-Mie-,
will on TliursUtt, the i!h tly of iKcem
bvr. A I.. 1-Vt. at fic hotiror two i) o'clock in
the afiemoi.n of Kitd d iv. a: the aonih riKir m
the dwrlliu!! Uoit bnatcd on t a prcaiirct
berrlniift nice: I tied, in llu cily of K.h: Niunt,
In Mill rt.anly. ex pom- at pulli auc'lm ami a II
to the iiii;ht hiiiiier for ciutb In li.md the fnliow
hnc iie rined real ciaf. riu:nied iu tae cuuty
l Hock Irlantl.intl r ale of lllinoir.towit:
The rat4ilne ltd eet or lot numlier twelve
(131. ant all of lot unmcrr tMrt-en (IS, in hlia k
nnmlirr thr c1, hi thn p ir of the city of Itnck
irlanil. known a ihe I b'catrn or Lower add tion.
Itatrd at KiH.-k Island Ihi.auiti duv of .- o. em
ber, A. U. IrM.
KicriARn a. roxALns'-x,
t ci ;1 ummi'luit'r.
J ksun A IIi?it. Sol c tors for Comp ainaut.
STATE OP ILLINOIS.
KovK lLAHn t'OUHTT. I
In tl.e Circuit Court, in Chnncory
Jnnnary t-rm A. D.. li-oB.
Jnat'ph Mcwuhon va Ueury C. Connelly, tdmin
li-tra.or, d. b. n. c. t. a. tif the ertaieot Unrth B.
ohb. deoa'cd. el nl. In ctiaucoiy, bill for
Arti lmvtt of noii-rwiilcnee of Wdllan T. Win
elc, liariiel Hck i... .na P. R !Rgl. , Onrdelia
Hiilfu. Lucy t. Kninie. William O. Kuntflea.
I.yuia li. (Jott. Samuel I. Koitvltn, Kichard M
Kiursto'. Ertwnrd K. hustle". Sarin C. BtiK'lea,
Mo. timer K. HnpL'Ics. Uirriixcr lliilei, Lyiia
al(!e, or Jell I'aicn. Vrt n P ipe. Fiederick
AlUn. nntl ihu unknown he:ra and divteea
ot nrah II Cot, dem-aiie'i, liavitiK been
llled In the fl.m'n otllce of th circuit court
of anil coi.n'.v, noticw In therefore herebv
civen -o the rad non-rcrtiler t defendinit th-t
llic rnnipl.tnm.t Bled b l f complaint In
raid cioirt on h-chancery ile thereof .on tte'J7th
day of Noveminr. mu, i.d that therenpon a
aaumtnoRe iati'td out o a:i: t court, wherein aaid
anil I n nl nr returnnhle on the Brat Mon
day in Inc. rnoi h f Jnnnary, next, a la by law
reifiired now, nii'e-e you. the aid no -renl-detit
d- fend ni abov" named. Will am P. Kuir
gee, Daniel Ku'l-a Z.-tia I' UiiRiilna. Cor.ielU
mice, i ncy . H M'i'llam o. Unw os, Lv-
dlu K. liott. Suniucl U. Huguler. Kicbard M.
Mncpler, tdward . Itne.-'e. taruh V. KiifK'ea,
Mortimer It rtuccle. (iarulner KtifKlea. I.vrtia
Palce, Cordelia l'ipc, On;n Haige. I're- erick
Allen, and Hie nuknown heirs aid divmeea
ol Sarah B. Cobb, dereansd, and nhnll pcraon
lly be and appear beforo raid cir:ult court
on tbe Srt day of tho next term thereof, to b
bultlen at kock li-lnid In and for the enld
county, on the linn M.milay in 4annary nex. nnd
plead, auwer or dinmr to the raid eoiiu.lai.
antv hill of oomp'alnt. tbe aante nnft the mature
and thiinr therein charred and ated will be tk
en a eonfeeavd. and a decree entered agiinat oa
acco' diiiK to tbe prayer o' raid til.
liock Ulnnd, lillnoi. Nov. V7, IMII.
tikOHGK w . GAMBLE,
Clerk of aaid Court.
WaihM Smrthicg Item a Hit
ffllk Haadkarobisf to a OircuSeat.
Lxe Ctotaior a Spodalty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
. a. pabker.
Telephone No. 1214.
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Easily. Quickly, PenBAaeally Restored.
aaewiiiay, am su too train
01 cviut lit nil cany errors or
inter exceatu a. toe reauitaac
overwork, cicknesa, worry.
etc. ruuntrengtu, devel
opment and tone given to
every organ and portion
of tbe body. Himple, nat
ural metlKirla. Imiuedi
ate tmnrovenienl seen.
IroDnanible. 2.0nn references. Book.
w rw ium -if 1 p;. i
explanation and proof a mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
National Legislative Halls
SOME LARGE AUD EAUDSOlfE PIECES
Bewd aant Wllaoa Grvr-ceel with Cheers by
Their Partisan rrlende Detalla of ihe
Coacreaaloaal Assembly Arrival and
Reading; mt the PrrsldeatHi Message
Kverybody Pays Close Atteatlow Little
Boslaess Traaaaeaeel by Either House.
Washington, Doc. S. Tho opening of
the second session of the FirtyHhird con
rres after a recess of three months nintle
the big white Capitol building center of
Interest. The house was called to order
promptly at nrjoa. At that hour the
chamber was well filled. Many of the
members' desks were strewn with flowers,
as one of the houso wits said: "Flowers
for tho living and flowers for tho dea-J."
Many of tho floral pieces were large and
handsome. Shortly beforo 13 o'clock
Rood's towering form was espied as he
came down the center aisle, dressed in a
conventional black frock coat Instantly
the babble of voloes was drowned in a
ringing cheer from his party associates.
G reelina; to Wilson.
The cheer was taken up and echoed by
the galleries. Mr. Reed, with radiant
face, bowed his acknowledgements. A
moment later Representative Wilson of
West Virginia entered and the author of
the tariff bill was enthusiastically greeted
by his associates, tho Democrats respond
ing with lip and hand to his appearand!.
As the hands of the clock pointed to the
hour of 12, Speaker Crisp entered the hall
from the lobby and ascended the rostrum.
A burst of applause signalized his en
trance. With several hard bangs of the
gaval, the sjiejiker restored order and the
second session of the Fifty-third congress
Quorara In tbe Hoasn.
Tho roll-call dt-veloticd tho presence of
216 members, forty-seven more than a
quorum. The speaker announced that
several members elected to till vacancies
occurring by death or resignation were
present, nnd George P. Harrison of Ala
bama, John S. LiUlo of Arkansas, Will
iam L. Henry, Charles K Coffin, and
William Lncitl of Maryland, W. M. Ileck
ncr of Kentucky, J. H. Bromweli of Ohio,
and Michael Onffin were escorted to the
bar of tho house and sworn in. The
sneaker also nnnouncixl the res? gtiation of
Amos J. Cummings of New York, who
resigned to iiccept the appointment as
subway con ml dinner of New York.
Upon motion of Wils.iti a committee, con
sisting of himself, ILilman and Keeu,
was appointed to join a similar commit
tee from tho senate to ini" vm the presi
dent that a quorum of Imth houses was
present and congress was ready to receive
any oommuiiiearion he desired to inuhe.
Several other resolutions, fixing tho hour
of meeting, etc., were adopted, and at
12:30 the house took a recess until 1 p. m.
to await the president's message.
At 1 o'clock, the committuc not yet
having arrived, another recess until 1:15
was taken. When the committee at last
walked down the aisle the house was all
attention while Mr.- Wilson announced
that the president would communicate
his views in writing. At 1 :3i Mr. Pru
den, the president's executive clerk ap
peared with the message which by the di
rection of the speaker was read by the
clerk of the house, Mr. Kerr.
The reading of the message occupied an
hour and forty-five minutes. It was list
ened to with carrfnl attention, especially
the portions relating to the tariff and the
banking scheme, but there was no dem
onstration when it was concluded. Sev
eral routine reports were presented, after
which Scran ton (Rep.) of Pennsylvania
announced the death of Myron P. Wright,
late a representative from the Fifteenth
district of Pennsylvania. Tho usual re
solutions were presented and adopted, and
then, as a further mark of respect, the
house, at 3:20 p. ni., adjourned for the
In the Senate.
In the senate there was a crowd which
filled tho galleries without crowding. A
new rulo had been put into operation lim
iting the reserve galleries to the use of
those personally introduced by senators
instead tif those holding cards of admis
sion. The senators were lntu iu arriving
and some of those who had been most con
spicuous in recent public events, notably
Senator Hill, were absent. The usual
dignity and decorum which marks all sen
ate proceedings kept the galleries from
showing their manifestations of approval
which marked the opening of the house
Sixty. Six Senator Present.
The vice president then directed the roll
call which developed the presence of sixty
six senators, considerably more than a quo
rum. The senate then took a recess until
12:30 p. in. and the senators again moved
about the chamber exchut-ging greetings.
Many of tho senators had received floral
tributes, which gave a touch of color
among the black garbs. On the desk of
Senator White was a tall cluster of red
roses and on thr.t of Senator Martin a
largo spray of La Franco roses. Messrs.
Gorman, Voorhces, Harris, Proctor, Gal
lingur, Shoup and Huusbrough were also
remembered, with handsome clusters of
flowers. The most noticeable floral design
was that placed ou tho desk of Senator
Smith after the session Iwgan. It repre
sented a huge shield of red, white and
blue, with "New Jersey" worked in crim
son flowers across the face. Senator Brico
of Ohio was also tho recipient of flowers
after the session opened. At 12 ;80 the sen
ate took a further recess until 1 :30.
Measage Head la the Senate.
On tho reassembling of the senate at
1:90 Harrison and Manderson reported
that the president would communicate
with the senate by one of his secretaries.
Executive Clerk Prudcn immediately ap
peared at the maiu door nnd the white
haired Isaac Bassett of the senate stff an
nounced, "Message from the president."
A large document was carried to the vloe
president, who directed that tho message
bo read. Thereupon Secretary Cox, in
measured tones, began reading the docu
ment. In the meantime, printed mess
ages Iiad been secured by inauy senators,
who read the text. Most of them, how
ever, paid close attention to the reading.
The senate was somewhat more In the
humor for business than the house, for
after tho message was road George of Mis
sississippi offered a resolution for a clo
ture rule. Hoar one asking for infor
mation regarding the Armenian massa
cres, Turpie one for tho election of sena
tors by tho popular vote. Lodge for In
formation relating to the execution of two
Japanese by tho Chinese while the men
were under the protection of the United
SUtUis, Blunchard a resolution protesting
BB4 iwnoMtratlBg against the Armenian
"as acres. Peffcr had two, one wanting
to know why and under what authority
bonds were issued, and the other why
troops were sent to Chicago during the
strike. A number of annual reports, etc.
Were received and the senate adjourned.
DECREASE IS ONLY APPARENT.
the Kattoaad Doha Savs Wa
- Osre Stai.ooo.eew Less.
Washington, Dec, 4. The monthly
debt statement shows that on Nov. an,
1894, the public debt, less cash in the
treasury, amounted to $879. 582, 1 9, a de
crease for the month of 131,744.563. This
tecrrase, however, is altogether due to the
receipt of gold in payment of new llH
bonus not yet formally issued.
Following is a recapitulation of tho
debt: Interest-bearing debt, BoXl,143,t0;
lncrraso during the month, W.lofl, 170; debt
on which Interest has ceased since matur
ity, $1,86,930; decrease, $1,350. Debt bear
ing no interest, KS33.130,3K4; increase, $1,
824.0NS. Total debt, l,533,3Bl,3ra, of which
$(00,270,843 are ill certificates and trcooury
not. offset by an equal amount of cash in
the treasury. Tho cash in the treasury is
classified as follows:
G ild, Wt,350,4t, which Is an Increase
for the month of 3S.7.'K,5T4; silver, 501,
602,457; paper, 107,257,7ft4; bonds, dis
bursing officers' balances, etc., 1,72!,
478. Total, ?.,H0,13, against width
there are demand liabilities amount lng to
$T4S,(i.'L3,55S, having a cash balance of (144,
607,16, of which $100,000,000 is gold re
servo. CHINA MUST PAY DEAR.
Caa Escape with 400,000,000 Teaand a Ces
sion, bat Han Later.
Loxhon, Dec a Tho St. James Gazette
prints a dispatch to a news agency here,
saying that, according to press statements.
If terms of peace between China and Ja
pan lie concluded now Japan will accept
an Indemnity of 4O0,0t)3,(K)O yen, to be paid
in installments with tho cession to her of
the territory which she now occupies, but,
in the event of tho failure of tho present
peace negotiations, the demands upon
China will be increased in proportion to
the length of timcduringwhich operations
shall be carried on. No armistice will not
bodeclnred unless China sues for peace nnd
gives pledges for the faithful pcrioi mauce
of hor agreement.
Aecklrnt on the lta.il.
Washington, Dec 3. The Alexandria,
Va., local train coming to Washington,
was wrecked at Jackson City, tho Vir
ginia end of the long bridge. Just before
entering the long bridge at a switch the
tmiu jumped the track and plungod down
an embankment. Tho locomotive crushed
the life instantly out of the fireman,
William T. WilSser. The engineer, E. A.
Hayden, escaped with a had cut on tho
head, although he went over with his en
gine. A few of tho passengers were
thrown from their seats but nous were
Electrical Company in Trouble.
CHlCAtrO, Dec. 4 The great Western
Manufacturing company, one of the
laTirest manufact urers of electrical sup
pli in America, has confessed judg
ment on a note for15,00J, payable to
Mury J. Lamb. The company has a capi
tal stock of tl.oHn.o.M, represented for the
most part by patents and franchises. The
liabilities aM SSOO.O Kt and tho assets arc
claimed to amount to t70o,U!M.
Ex-Senator llrowu Burled.
Atlanta, Dec. 4 Ex-Senator Brown
has been buried. Memorial ' services were
held in the hall of the house of represent
atives, and short eulogies were pronounced
by a number of Sh-hits. The remains
Were taken from the capitol.'wherc they
had been lying in state, nnd escorted by
the military und a large number of citi
zens were interred iu Oakland ceme
tery. Ir. Flower in Jail at hieg-o.
CrrcAUO, Dec. 4. R. C. Flower, ex
prw.cher. Christian scientist, and laud
speculator, was brought to Chicago yes
tetd.iy and hx-ked up in the county jail
chrir'ed, in conjunction with P. R. Smith,
with obtaining Ho.fiOJ by false pretenses.
The ollioers hare been trying to arrest
him for some time, and ho was under ar
rest for a short period in Indiana.
The Income Tax tjer.
Washington, Dec. 4. liepresentatlve
McNtillin, of Tennessee, who was the
prime mover for the income tax law, says
thi-re is no danger that it will be repealed
or that there will be no appropriation for
it this year. Chairman Savers of the
house committee tin appropriations says
that tho income tax will be provided for
in the urgency delicieney bill.
Ten Murders ly Moonshiners.
Memphis, Dec. 4 Murphrce Pink was
shot and killed from ambush by the noto
rious Meuchain gang. He hod informed
upon them for illicit distilling, lie lived
long enough to tell the story of the affair.
This makes ten men they have murdered
in the P"St three years.
Kail way Uhieiala Burned to Death.
ST. Peteksbvbu, Dec. 4. A petroleum
train which was derailed near Morshansk,
about sixty miles 'north of Tarn boy,
caught fire. Three of the railway officials
were burned to death and several others
were killed or severely injured.
Assignment at Belleville, Ills.
ST. Louis, Dec 4. The Belleville Brass
Works company has made an assignment
at Belleville, Ills., for the benefit of its
creditors. . Schedules were filed showing
liabilities of $27,378.39 and assets estimated
at $37, 103.08.
Locked the Children In.
MANISTIQUE, Mich., Dec 8. Joe Mitch
ell's house burned and two boys, aged 4
and 5 years, perished. Mrs. Mitchell left
the children locked in the Jiouse while she
called on a neighbor.
One Convict Kills Another.
Jefferson City, Doc. 4. Two convicts,
John Brady and Jake Rosomeyer, fought
in tho state prison here, and Brady killed
Rosomeyer, beating bun to death with a
Atlas Mary Sherman Te Be Married.
Washington, Dec 4 Cards have been
issued for the marriage of Mary Stewart
Sherman, daughter of Senator Sherman,
to James Ives MoCallum, Wednesday.
Dec 12. .
Tacoaia Bank Will Uqaidate.
TaooMA, Wash., Dec 4. Owing to gen
eral unsatisfactory conditions the Taconui
National bank has closed its doors, hav
ing decided to liquidate. It will pay In
. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS.
The first rain for four months fell In
Arkansas, putting out the forest fires,
which had done great damage.
Mrs. John A. Logan threatens to appeal
to the New York eomrta to disrupt tbe
"John A. Logan club," Dermir-ratk! or
ganization, In order to make It change Its
ftatibl Wise, president of the Hebrew
Union college, of Cincinnati, since Its
foundation, has decidod to resign.
- A man In Bremen has invented a kind
sf "oil .bombs" for calming the wavrs,
which can be fired a short distance. There
an small holes in them, allowing tbe oil
to run out In about an hour.
Mayor-Elect Strong Is credited with an
intention of putting a woman at the head
of the New York struct cleaning depart
ment. A New York syndicate has porehaswl
nearly all the fine timber land In Jackson
and Swain counties In Western North
Carolina. One transaction alone
amounted to $14u,om. A part of the land
was bought from the Cherokee Indians.
W. Wilson, alleged to be one of the
three-card ntonte sharpers who swindled
Louis Clyer nut of $4,000 at a Chicago
suburb, is ntider arrest at Kvansvlllo,
Intl. .charged with taking stolen goods Into
Clinrtncey Depew is authority for the
statement thnt Archbishop Ireland bur
rowed 5Jii,ooi in New York.
The king of Corea has appealed to the
Uniu-d States government for aid in main
taining tho indepenlenoe of his king
dom. Mayor Hopkins of Chicago wilt not
drop his libel charge against Chairman
Tanner of the Republican state central
committee. He will present it to the next
An earthquake shock, which was ac
companied by a rumbling sound, was felt
at Pitlslif Id, IU.
Tom Rdwa ds, who murdered Fnm
Walker at New Albany, lnd., last May
nnd who bmUn jell Sept. 20, has been re
captured at Edinbunr. Ind-
Wlte a. Ilnrae.
Bubacda,pive to your wives st least aa much
cotf deration a y.n won Id s pet animal Yea
would rot koowlng'y work a favorite orafl while
sic. YeLbow nany feeble, debilitated wiv, a
work on. drasgir.g oat weary Uvea, aide miarra
ble by the many diecaeee peculiar to women.
They t offer in ileaec. a d became dcllcicy pre
vent complaint, yon underestimate the dtcac
and iu effect In ahort.et.lfg her life. Get ber
Dr. n. roe' Favorite freacriptlon. We asrurr
yon tbat no aufferer from those painful and weak
ening female diseases, which wreck the coartilc
ttone of so many women. can take It withat he
ig benef. ed. The greatest rest estiva tonic and
etrengtheslng nervine known to medical scletce
rrodnces refreshing sleep and drives melan
choly away. Prevent threatened insanity, aid
cures !e.plenee, nervon debility, spasms, SL
Vitus' Da ce and kindred nervosa riircascs.
Wbea Baby was sick, we gave her Castor.
When ulna was a Cliild, abe crie-J far CsstorUw
When she became Miss, She Hung to Castors.
When she bad Chiluren, she gave them (
Children Cry for
Suffer on told m.frrtei from a tawnae cf delicacy
tiier c&nnt orerctmiej.
BRADFIEUO'S Awf te
Female Regulator, LC
ACTS AS fi SPECIFIC
It ceases health to tkwea, and Joy to reign
thrswgbout the frame.
. . IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE.
wtfr hu trftMi ntlr trmt merit of lBrtfnr r?
iciu.ua tlir Team, nit bout bnni, tt-r UfinaT
three trOtliof hatADrTEl KKKaLK I.Kut LaVTB.
ctvu dtv bcr vwa Cuvltuicj. milktnir and wewhtr."
N is. bit yak, Ucuttvrauu.AleV
BBADFIELD RFGri.ATOB CO., AtlraU, $v
ssBsssasW lllnifis aiBa
7m 1 ir.
JAMe at Well
HIT. I 19
ne A m
- . aourbiT.
rTeiaeestheAwaveBesalts la SB Baia. It acta
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others
fait (rant: men will regain tbeir lost manhood
and ola men will recover their youthful viem
by uing VITALI8. Itonlrkly and surely re-S-PIT?,
ervoii.wess, Lost Vitality. Impotenry,
Mtrbtlv Kmissions. Lost Power, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting Diseases, and all effects of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards ell
btsntiilT and consumption. Insist on caving
yi!M? no other. Caa be carried In vest
KciTt,,S.' mn- ' " Packaee. or six for
SStJ?." TBtea iraanurtee te cars
OT refaad the amoey. Circular tree. Address
CALL MET BEBEwf COBPABI, Uuraja, CtT
For sale at Boek Island by Harper Boaet Phar
macy and William Clendenln. DrarrX. Marine.
"W'V'TV'sA 1 1 1 1
-v ti,jrr- ess k 1
i ' V A AS S
its i t
Caawtteri I Dr. SsUMel ritcker trKseriptloB for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Knreotie Babstonee, It ! a harmless ulstlttit
for Pavre.rorie, Drop-. Soothing; Byrups and Cantor OiL
It Is PlcasanU IU sroaraatee Is thirty years use ,r
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fcTetishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cares Dlturhaea and Wind Colic. Castoria rrli ve
teothlnff troubles cores constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, clrin- healthy and natural hleen. Case
toria Is the Children Panacea the Mother's IVicnd.
- Cawtcrla Is aa CTcetlent medicine f w rhll
dreo. Ifothers hare ffepeatedly tosl me of Its
good effect spoa their ceuldrea."
Da. a. C Osaonn.
" rastnria ta the best 1 pearly for ehndree t
whiehlaaaeqmdsawd. I hope tho day Is cot
far distant when mothers srl'l ermstder tbe real
iuterest of their children, snl nse CaMoria sa
stesd of tbe various qtasck snMroms which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcinr opium,
inorphine. aoothitu; , rup an4 other hurtful
agents down their throats, thcTrtry srnrTing
them to premature grave.'"
Da. 3. F. BUVcaaLOB,
Thva Cewtstarr C ljiany, TT
M Limt, Illa
.nulactariu-s cT FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WGCSS
rtuw,dcoTcprulibeor FtatfcrmM ether f prink- ars,eati.e:fc;ri a..t-eio .i.-
wre ttad. of .-, w.jraa.ee. i. are llr.li i'lratruetS Vre l-1 frrt t.t
-eo. u.vnLi triiiii. k..,
T. F. Bt'RKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Reck island Heating
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th SU
Rock Island, LL Tel. No. 1288
Sola Agents for the Parmaa.
tsTOOKrOBATBO CHDKB TBB STATS LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hock Islawd, III.
Op-ednily rnn ta.aa.tolKm-.and eatard.r evanrn-. rnna 1 to s .-e'
Five , .1 lorerst paid on Deposit. Money loaned on IVrsotial col
lateral er RoaJ Estate security.
e. . aim :b blu ,r.
r C DBBAKAHJi, Tiee fWi.
f. L. mtrhel. r. c:. laeskmsnw. Joht. Cracrh rt.l mSeU. H.K Mall. L. w-hm..
a. w Hnrst, . t. Bsford. nhn Volk.
JAOBAoa a Uoaer. Sjlknitot.
Begts bntteess inly , Iksh. at.4 occupy tee southeast comer rf nncheu a I ree.es nr scildm.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 81 1 Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder.
OFITICF, SO: M2I SIXTH AVEXUK.
h-p or. Vlns 8trt K;ii JhI.AM
City "Bus and
For fias or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will
I reerimiiiend A asatiperaurtoacy pmaenpuus
knows te me.
H. A. Aaraca, H. D.
lit 60. Oxf twd 91, Brouiljti, X y.
" Onr r4rr4rlans la tbe childrmi depart,
anrstt have Spokes mjrhljr af their ern-n
enee an their outside practice with (M.iri 1.
and although we only have amor. , -snedieal
strppl es what 1s knows at rr-j:.-prodasts,
yet wears free to confess t!.t t!
merlu of Oaatoria has won as to lok suh
favor upon tt."
t'xrrcs Dosnral, as DtarrvmuT,
A LLCS C Sam, Frrt ,
Homy Stawet, Hew Terk CKy.
icc. and Tr 1 6
f , rJI SMH't. aert.
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THIBIKILAMS S SPISCE2. rrops.