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THE AUGUST "WEDNESDAY, MARCIJ 6. 1095.
In the body of an adult person then are
boat 18 pound of blood.
The blood baa aa its moat important ele
ments, f mall round corpuscles, red and
white, in proportion of about 390 red to 1
If tha number of red corpuscles becomes
diminished and the white ones increased
the blood is impure, thin, lacking in the
nutrition necessary to sustain the health
and nerve strength of the body.
Then That Tired Feeling;, Nervousness,
Scrofula, Salt Rheum, or others of the long
train of ills, according to the temperament
and disposition, attack the victim.
The only permanent remedy is fonnd ti
a reliable blood medicine like Hood 'a
Barsaparilla, which sets npon the red cor
puscles, enriching them and increasing
their number. It thus restores the vital
fluid to healthy condition, expels all im
purity, cures Nervousnen, That Tired Feel
ins;, Berofula and an other diseases arising
front or promoted by low state of the blood.
That these statement are true we prove
not by our own statements, but by what
thousands of perfectly reliable people aay
about Hood's Barsaparilla. Bead the testi
monial in the next column from a beloved
clergyman. Then take
The Blood Purifier and
Mackintoshes, Rubber Cloth
ing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Horse Covers, Buggy Aprons,
Gloves, Mittens, Door Mats,
Matting, Hot Water Bottles,
Bulb and Fountain Syringes,
Bed Pans, Cushions, Sheeting,
A Rubber Stre i the Pi.ce to buy
,pJ.T ' Rubber Goods.
WILSON HAJGHT & CO.
207 Brad v street, Davenport.
JOHH M. PARI DUN. BEKBr A. PAKIIHIM
PARIDOET 2 SOU
Painters and Decorators
FAFZS BA2TOE&S, CALHIOTCBS. tto.
SHOP, 419 Sronteenth St, SOCZ ISLAND. ILX.
I ro.ifeto.-or of
1352 0 IS IS IPS Y
a.fl k mis of Oat Sloven ensMaaUy ob band.
Oca block from Central Park, largest la Iowa.
JtfHS SUIAFEr, Pr rr or.
1601 Sic nd Avenue, Corner of fllxieentb street, - OppoMte H rjWs Thettre
The choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on hand
Tree Lunch every day.
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avennes, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a line walnut, elm,
hackberry. or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Boom 21, JGtchtll & Lyndo Blcck.
IIMid iota Car.
laser tae above BXalts ia ZS Barm. It acta
Cwertu'.ly aad quickly. Cures wben an others
L Y-wnc men will rmn lbir lost manhood,
sad old awn will rrcorrr their vouihtui v.jror
V asiag VITALIS. Itqcickly and surfly re-
ran nervousness, ioet liaitty. tmpotency.
Nightly Emissions. I-osl Power, Failing Mem
ory. Wasting Diseases, and all enects of self
abase or excess and indiscretion. Wards oS
BMantty and consumption. Insist oa having
VITA LIS- no other. Caa be carried ia vest
foeket. By BjaiUSI.oeprrpickapr. orsilfoe
MkM, with a aaaiUie written ewaraatet as ran
r nraad tan mimrj. Circular free. Address
Cauiur sujaur cuariai. oiiia, ul
For ssle at Rnck Island by Harper Booss Fhsr
mscy aad William ClcaJeaia, Dt B1t, Molina.
-er sTnai t
"In view of the benefit I have bad from
Hood's Baraaparilla I wish to rive the fol
lowing testimonial. I have several times
Poisoned With Creeping Ivy.
As the old school of medicine simply tried
to remove the symptoms instead of the
sources of them, much of the poison waa
left in my system to appear in an itching
humor on my body with every violent ex
ertion in warm weather. At all times there
were more or less indications of poison in
my blood, up to s year ajo last winter, when
Large Sores Broke Out
oa my body. I then purchased a bottle of
Hood's Sarsapernia, aad after using that
and a half of another bottle, the sores and
humor disappeared. I attended the Christ
las Endeavor Convention in Montreal and
also visited the World's Fair in the hottest
weather of the summer. Was on the go ail
the time, but
Had No Recurrence
of the burning and itching sensation
which had marred every previous sum
mer's outing. I have reason, therefore,
to be enthusiastic in my praises of Hood's
Sarnr;ila." Bamffl S. Pcttvetll, pa.
loroi-ree Baptist Chnrcn, Apalachin, N.T.
True Nerve Ton
the Brad street
SOI Brady street, Dst-enrort. Ia
Sanjwlcbos fareithed cm short notice.
DO. MM 1 UDUL
Offices in McCulloujjh
Building-, 124 W. Third
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 12
in., and 2 to 5 p. m. Even
ings, Wednesdays and Sat
urdays only, from 7 to 8.
Sundays 2 to 3 p. tn.
Special Lines of Practice.
Asthma, Catanh, Dis
eases of the Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Lungs,
and Stomach, Blood and
Skin Diseases. Rupture
Consultation and Examin
Charges for treatment
ment by mail. Send for
book and also symptom '
I f 0 SPECTME P.
ft Vi. for t
Every TUB WAKKIYTEB ky
TOUIY BROS. & CO.,
Our "fcOH-I-KOOR- is the
btsatt tTpeCtdwCl maati. Fob
T. II THOMAS, nrwjrjrist and Op
tician. Ejes tested tree of charge.
WHITE METAL MEN
Called on to Organize an En
tirely New Party.
SLD PAEUES EOT TO BE TEFSTED
iVfara It Coanrs to the Eefcabtlitat'.oa at
aulver. Say the Signer o the Litest Ad
divH tm That eabivet raalaaaeataj
Frlaelplev Wivea la Thro Propositions by
the Kimctallle tase Nimet of the
Msaars Drmociat.e Silver Xaairaate.
Wasihxgtox, March 8. The following
has been issued by the American Bimetal
tic League, as a statement of the issues
on which t!)e new party wiU organise:
''The money question is now indisputably
the dominant issue in the United States
and will remain so until settled, and But
tled rightly. O her questions, however
Important, mast wait for this, which to a
jrreater or less extent involves all others.
The issue is between the gold s.andnrd,
gold bonds and bank currency on the one
side.andthe bimetallic standard, no bonds
and government currency on the other.
The P. sinks Coia aad Carrcnry.
''First On this issue wo declare our
selves to be unalterably opposed to the
ingle gold standard, and demand the im
mediate return to the coustitutionnl stan
dard of gold and silver, by the n storallon
by this government independently of any
foreign power of the unrestricted coi:tngo
of both silver and gold into standard
money at the ratio of 16-to-l, and upon
terms of exact equality; tho silver coin to
be a full legal tender, equal with gold,
with all debts and dues, public and pri
vate. ''Second We hold that the power to
control and regulate a paper currency is
inseparable from the pnwer to coin
money; and hence that all currency in
tended to circulate as money should be
IsMietl, and its volume controlled, by the
general government only, and "should be
Aa Option as to Payment.
"Third Wo are unalterably opposed to
the issue by the United States ol interest
bearinp bonds in time of peace, and de
mnnd the payment of all coin obligations
' the United States as provided by exist
ing laws in either gold or silver coin at
the option of the government, and nut at
the option of the creditor. On this hsue
we appeal from the dictation of tho money
power to the intelligence and patriotism
of the American people."
iteaxoas for tha Movemeat,
The address to the public follows, and
after the example of the Declaration of
Independence gives the reasons for the
stand the t.igners have taken. They are
the same that have been uttered and re-utt-Totl
over and over again on the
stump, in the press and in congress. The
address gives no new arguments the
present system h:is put prices down to a
disastrous limit, the double standard will
raise them; the gold standard is the cause
of nil the fiuanciul ills wo bear, the
double standard will abolish them. Those
in favor of the gold standard are and have
btn united working together; it is time
that those in favor of the double standard
rallied to each other.
o Help from the Old Parties.
It is useless, the address says, to loot to
the old parties for whut is desired. "As
well might our fathers have expected to
win the independence of the colonies if,
while contending for the cause of liberty,
they had refused to separate from the To
ries. Independence could never have been
won by lighting for liberty in British
regiments." Neither eft be old parties can
or will help; both are dominated by the
gold power. Therefore it is necessary, in
order to rehabilitate silver, to organize a
Close of the Addre.
The address closes as follows:
"Fellow Citizens Tho power is still
in your hands to right by the ballot the
great wrong of and to save yourselves
and your children from the thralldom
which the gold standard policy, If per
sisUtt in, will surely bring upon you and
them. We pray you, therefore, not to let
Che settlement of this question go beyond
the election of but subordinating all
questions for tho time being to this, the
supreme issue, settle this now, and settlo
it forever; and we c?iccially urge upon
you the importance of immediate organi
sation in townships and counties
throughout tho entire country for the
purpose of carrying on this great move
ment for the common good of all."
Men Who Malted the IMtrntneat.
The signatures are those of the execu
tive committee apjiointed by the bimetal
lic conference called at Washington, Feb.
ti, l&H, as follows: A. J. Warner, chair
man; John P. Jones, United States sen
ate; Willmn M. Stewart, United States
cnate; J. i. McLsurin. of South Caro
linn; Anson Woiuoit, of Indiana; tioorge
G. Merrick, of Colorado; Henry Jones, of
lieorgia; J. C. Urecn, of California; Jo-
ph Sheldon, of Connecticut; C. J. Hill
ver. of tl'C 1 list not of Columbia; Byron
K. Shear, of Colorado; Mortimer White
he id, ol NfW Jersey.
SUGGESTS A MAN FOR PRESIDENT
Aal Inlt the People to State Their
Views by Petition aad Otherwise.
The address has a postscript which
savs: "If the conference hud authority
irotii the people to name a candidate for
president it would name Joseph C. Sibley,
f l'enusylvani:!, but not having such
authority it van only suggest the name
and invite expression from the people ly
petition, resolutions or otherwise, believ
ing that nominations when made should
reflrt in the most direct manner the will
of the people, uncontrolled by caucus ma
chinery or by rofcssional politicians.
Petitions or letters endorsing this view
should trc addressed to General A. J.
Warner, chairman of the executive com
mittee American Bimetallic party, Sun
building. Washington, D. C."
A committee consisting of the following
gentlemen (General A. J. Warner, presi
dent American Bimetallic League, chair
man; Hon. William Stewart, United
States senate; Henry Jones, of Georgia;
lion. Francis . Newlands, of Nevada;
Hon. Anson Woloutt, of Indiana, add
lion. J. L. Alrl-aurin, of South Carolina
was appointed to select a provisional na
tional committee to consist of one mem
ber from each state and territory and the
District of Columbia to take charge of
this movement in the several states and
territorii-s. It is understood that it is the
desire of tho league that a rUpuiican
should receive the nomination for vice
John Srh roll brick and wife, of Al, O.,
were tortuvd by masked robbers until
they rewaied the whereabouts of ia.200.
DEMOCRATIC SILVER MEN
Stan Signed the Address rrglaft SUver
aVaaseials te Contra tho Party.
Washikgtok, March 6. The following
are the names of the Democrats who
signed the address recently given to the
public, urging all Democrats to make the
money question the paramount issue and
to endeavor to place the Democratic par- i
ty on record in favor of the "immediate
restoration of the free and unlimited coin
age of gold and silver at the present legal
ratio of 16-to-l, without waiting for the
aid or consent of any other nation, as it
existed prior to 1873, such coin to be a f nil
legal tender for all debts, public and pri
R P. Bland, of Missouri; W. J. Bryan,
of Nebraska; H. A. Coffen, of Wyoming;
George W. Fithian, of Illinois; J. T.
Cockretl, of Texas; John L. McLaurin,
of South Carolina; James G. Maguire, of
California; George F. Ikert, of Ohio;
Justin R. Whiting, of Michigan; H. C.
Snod grass, of Tennessee; George F.
Richardson, of Michigan; M. A. Smith,
at Arizoda; A. W. Ogcn, of Louisiana;
J. Cape Hart, of West Virginia; W. L.
Moore, of Kansas; H. D. Money, of Mis
sissippi; R. W. Ryan, of Missouri; B. F.
Grady, of North Carolina; Charles H.
Morgan, of Missouri; G. W. Shell, of
South Carolina; Kiward Lane, of Illi
nois; D. D. Donovan, of Ohio; A. C. Lati
mer, of South Carolina; Marshall Arnold,
of Missouri; W. H. Denson, of Alabama;
W. J. Taibert, of South Carolina; John
S. Williams, of Mississippi; T. J. Strait,
of South Carolina; A. L Camanctti, Cali
fornia; W. H. Bower, North Carolina;
Antonio Joseph, of New Mexico; Evan 1.
Howell, of Georgia.
They represent sixteen states and two
territories. The paper was taken to the
senate just before the close of the sesssou,
but it was impossible to have any confer
ence with the senators or to see any con
siderable number of them. As it was not
possible to make a thorough canvass
among them, it was decided to leave them
out entirely, so that no misunderstanding
might exist between (hose willing to sign
and those who had no opportunity to
Bryan said in regard to the address that
it had been issued in order to call the at
tention of the rank and lile to the impor
tance of executive work in favor of bimct
REMARKABLE AND FATAL SHOT.
Pistnl Accidentally Exploded Send, a Ball
lato the Heart of a FaaeerWIy.
Cincinnati, O., March 6 A most pe
culiar homicide occurred in front of
James Martin's residence on Dal ton ava
nuo in the west end of the city. Herman
Wesslyn, a vornisher in a furniture fac
tory, was on his way to work when a pis
tol ball entered his chest, passing through
his heart and he fell unconscious before
Martin's home. The story of the shoot
ing as told by Mrs. Martin is that she
was making up their folding bed in the
lower front parlor and took tho revolver
from under the pillow and placed it on
Just as she did so she heard a pistol
shot, but did not know it was from the
pistol she was handling. Her husband
rushed in from the' back room to ask
about it, and they found it was their
pistol, and also found the hole where the
ball went through tho wall. The police
question the accuracy of the story
of tho shooting, though there
is nothing to show anything but
an accident so far as the victim is
concerned. Mr. Martin came, here from
Went Off with Their Profits.
St. Louis, March 6. Last January the
firms of C. M. Kendrick & Co. and the In
terstate Candy company made an assign
ment, but the Mississippi Valley Mercan
tile company continued in business.
These firms were all owned by Crawford
M. and Charles A. Kendrick. It is said that
the brothers borrowed money from various
banks, giving as security the paper on one
of their other firm names, and bought
goods under one firm name and sold them
under another firm name. All this was
done without the knowledge of tho eastern
firms that sold them goods and without
the knowledge of the local banks who
loaned them money. The brothers are said
to be mising; that a couple of city banks
are out about UO,000, and that the Craw
fords owe $100,000 which will never be paid.
Specimens of the "New Maa."
MlDDLETOWK, N. Y., March 6. Joseph
Penney, truant officer, has been actively
at work during the winter sending pupils
to school. On Sunday a father reported
to the police that he had found a pistol on
his 11-year-old wayward son. The lad in
tended to shoot the truant officer, he said.
It leaked out that several boys had armed
themselves and intended to shoot Penney
if he tried to make them go to schooL
Aa Overdue Schooner Arrives.
Baltimore, March 6. The long over
due five-masted schooner Governor Ames,
which left Salem, Mass.. Feb. 6 for Balti
more or Norfolk, and for whose safety
there were grave fears tn shipping circles,
has arrived at Norfolk. When nearly to
Cape Henry she was struck by a terrific
gale and swept away down to the West
Hon). Balers Are Not Pleased.
Dcblis, March 6. Timothy Harring
ton, at a meeting of the Irish League,
said that John Morlcy's Irish land bill
Introduced in the house of commons filled
them with sorrow and dismay. Accord
ing to Harrington this measure la a be
trayal of the evicted tenants which has no
parallel in Irish history.
Heroie little 7-Year Old.
Hacketssack, N. Y., March 6 Andrew
Salvinkl, 14 years old, while skating on
the Hackensack river, broke through the
Ic9 and disappeared in ten feet of water.
His little sister Mary saw the accident.
She is only 7 years old. The children's
mother was also on the river bank, but
was paralysed with fright and could not
move from where she stood. The little
girl ran out on the ice, and as her brother
came up grabbed his coat collar. Site
held on, despite the danger, until help ar
rived and the boy was dragged from the
Xot ia featntire dnrMietioa.
Washington, March . Satolii has re
el ved an anonymous printed petition
urging him to go to Chicago and sup
press the operations of a society said to be
terrorizing the Roman Catholic commu
nity and threatening bloodshed. The so
r ety meant is said to be the Clan-na-JjcL
Satolli paid no attention to tho
I nonymous appeal, and it is not his in
tention to take any part in the revival of
:be Cronin agitation or to investigate the
Clan-na-GaeL The subiect is said to be
entirely ont of his jurisdiction.
Saw York financial.
New Yokk. March
Money on cal nomiu by iV per per cent.
Prime men-antie l-apsr t3.'-i per cent,
feler .ias exchange strong. Li frier, with actual
basiae.s ii ta.utcr' lada at ssyfeittttla tur de
maud and S.?4()4-S for a.xty days; postal
rate f-WHj aud WjsiiK; commercial bills
Stiver certificate!. B X"i: no Silas; oar au-
ver. IOH- Mtxitaadol.ars.iHn.
U it d tttaies euvrrament boaos reg.
115..: a's cooiKiDi lli'i: 4's rok-. Ill: t's
coupon U2it; x's reg. V; I'acino f.of luu.
Chicago Uraia aad Produce.
Cb.c too, March 5.
Fo'ilowine were the quotatio-js oa the
Boar l of Trade toiay: WO at Mrcn,
opened 5-"-s, closed ii.ne: JI ly, open d otlic,
clo ed a".-; July. opeUL-d iiH-j, clod svc.
CVnM-irv-h. n iminal. i-wi 4-io; stay.
epjnol 4.c. closed i4'nc. Ju y. opened, 44f&i.
clustrd 4H Oils-March, uom.nil. closed
C4,c; liij, one itd z'Sgs. closed sc; Jane,
notri.al. eljs.-d i. fork May. opened
lu.il, x leeed Sl'.ti. Lard - M iv, ojienad tiio,
Produee: Bmfc-r Extra creamery, ISc
ler 10 fresh d iry, lc; iwcxiuz st ick, T
ntti r. :ss r resn tto.K, li per ajs. Ijsi on.
Dr.-MH.-1 poaitry S, in chickens, t'ijji c per
li: tarsiy!-, iii.iic; aacas. 'jij.i; ge.-sa. s
2L1U-. i'otatei tiurtan, good to choi.e.
ilaSc p-rLu; llobrons, : Mkkr, Kurly H ue,
aftJWic. Bwoet pomtoes llllliois tl.-ntf .UJ
per blL C aab- rriei Jar eys, 3.73&.4.0I
pr bu. Hoaey White clover, 1-lb sect. cms,
new stock. K'!..! 0.14c: bruk-'a ointi, UWJci
dark cuinb. io:ir acaxe. So; straiued Cjli
turola. ftotiu. Ap.jle iFair to choice. S.'ist
4.0J pr Lid.
Chicago L.ve stock.
t'lliCAun. March &.
Live Stuck l'ric s at tae L'niun Slock
yaids today rjintoi as follon-i,: Hogs Kati-
mate t n-v-eipu for the uay .; f aJia ranged
at eU.'t.4.ui pigs, fJI.Wia4.2l ilbt, I J. ".'3 4. 10
rough paczini, i. (8-4. mixed, and fi.l-xa
4.4j ucavy paekingaud shipping iota.
Cat:le Estimated receipts for the day
l.i; i,ui) at 10113 ta iafed at ii'MftS.H.i choice
to extra sliiitpiog teers, ti.,u".tA good to
choice do, ILi'iii-Vti lair to sood. :.;;;. 49
eumuin t:i uiciiuiu Co, ti4:l.-A4. i5 batchers'
steer. S-'-jUii AiO stocKers. $i.Hi.i9l.i feeders,
S1.4Ud:i. 5 cuwj, t;ilCc4.S heifers, JitH4 50
bulH, Si.O ffj,4.Ti XeiaB etjors, ajd '! ZiHja aO
ba p Estiniuted receipts for tho day
!r,.lMl; sales ranged at tiOK3i4.4(l westeriw.
i..Vij;i.;.i 1'exaua, tilOjl j natives, aad tiij
,i.4 ) h-.iabi.
Coro new. 441SC
Hay -Omnthv, 126tfH; nnland. flOOIll;
wua. ec&yio; aiooga eaae , oajea. sv.
rnerr sicn vsoetablbs.
Otdona atc per 00.
Bater Fair to choice, 1; fresh cream
Poultry C'mcaens, 6c; tnrkrys, 7c
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed. steers
tHISfi-: cows and heifers, 8iV; calves
Bpruig lamb. SKOSc a pound.
Coal Sort. inc.
Wood $3.60 per cord.
Wool 1 per pound .
Then Baby was sick, we gave her Casloria,
When she was a Chilil, she cried for Castoria.
Wbrnsbe became Miss, she clung to Castorla,
Whea she had Children, she gave them Cantors.
Children Cry for
Manr Intpmal rrrnvXll nrm blns tikfllfnnv I
jtnmlnlihly ndvertiwMl, untfelnntn Shorten j
k Labor, Lessen 1'alns or Child-hlrtb,
. etc.. ami wit h vntlrjut inansitncy triH )
flatr mmxtrunt ion. Comnion aense should J
' teach nnr wotntin that jtrviia rat It-n aulanted "
fur M E XST IiU AL DlaOR OK It S wl I i not
1 ore nit re tbo Mttni tor Cbtid-htr-th: on tit 4
iCitntnrr. internal rrmetlU n.t Lliist tinM mv
k Imperil hnr life. We famestly ray bewikc 2
I of all Much; tley cannot, at tble critical 2
r peiitid, Jo any puslitle icood, and tbelr uc ji
mot prove fatal. It In.only hy pcntloteut EX
f TEKXAI. treatment wh ilo mcienU. thus relax- C
tiniraml oftenfitff H tbe parts, that tbe hour C
kof i hild-hlrtli iHrobtietl or Ita terror: and noS
nrnray on fi:nn que- CRIB OWl " JBf TH
KR'K FRIEND." For fortlitw inf.nnl.l
P tlon add rets G
The BratlfleM Srlator Ce., AtlMrta, fl. JS
Wholesale Oaalsr and Importer of
Wines and Liquors
1M6 and 1818 Third Ava
viux r.:ra mi vi::":j.
""I""""! nuirair. vnrea wnen ae
.- imnf n isaia mm
leooveryonUif ul vlsiv.
A hanlateiw liaar.
lafpeaer, Alcncijr fJntaainsahlatPnwer,
eltan. nea. fall In, MenaorVTwaatlas 1M
eaea, uruta!lrf'rtt i t trlf ubut or txattn aad
re am inann, lmmt
nuMKrn. m aro oa- inaanuy aad eunmuupUiHi.
t H-t drardM iratxjee a worthk-ftaaaihaLltntji nn
vonNn.Jt Tll(C(-atrir.nu Iiwlatonha.
Inc PECfCI'S sY K at V MidlBS. nr mal ... m.
w oecameo in ve p xxt. i-rouaUl plain wrap.
per t"T. or fir with A PnlUTt
S rten UnuaaM an tm nr Hefwnd tna
Cold by llarts d I'lkaiejrer and T. U. Thomas.
rmilintt WiileCwam mm Cm.. SsM
aaweTFainlt4Si aai tnorTuutct
Cnalta4 S i i SjBSS. Patterr'acareil nine
for Infants and Children,
OTHERG, Do You Know that Farerorto,
Batwan's Drops, Godfrey Cordial, anany ao-calted Soothing; 8yrapa, aad
most remedke for children are eomposed of opium or tnorphmet
PtTw Ksxw that esitamansaonaine are stnpefytoa; narcotic poisons f
TJo Tom Kaw that In moat omiiiti let druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics
srlthoat labrling them polaons f
Pa Tom Kaaw that yoa shoold not permit aay medicino to be riven year chad
Bless yon or your physician know of wftat it is composed ?
Pe Tom Kaewr that Castoria b a porciy vegetable preparaUoa, and that a Bat of
its ingredients is published with every bottle t
Pa Taw. Kw that Ortoria is the prescriptfc of the famans Dr. Eamnri Fitcher.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty yeara, and that more Castoria is sow sold thaa
at all other rrmfdlm for children oomhined t
Pe Tow Knew that the Patent Office Department of the ratted States, and of
other coutrv-a, have issued exchmne right to Dr. Fttcher and bia axairjia to me the wcrd
CatSKlsn and its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a sutarrlsoa offense f
DsTos Hjtew that one of the reasons for granting this ynwratnent protection was
bocanso Castorla had bnrn rnrmn tir htt aTrmlattil j lia i as! I 'i 1 T
Pe Tea Know that SB avaxmaja doses of Castoria are furalahed for 35
ecats, or one cent a does T
Po Tow Kaejtt whea possessed of this perfect prepsratioo. yooT chadrea may
tie kept well, and that 3 .-n may have unliroken rest t
TVcll, these things are worth knowing. They era facta.
Children Cry for
Fiva Pf r Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
3 M Brronn, PfrMent.
9 C Dsnkm .kn, Vl-c I'rcsldcnL
V Gasui&r4i.T. Ca-hier.
Hegan bnslncss Julys!. iMU, and occupy the
S. J. cor. Mitclwll Lynde'a new building.
T F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rick Island Heating
ar.J PlactSing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Bock Island, UL Tel. No. 1288
Sole Agents for the Fanua.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
t. F. BssaariBLD. Tarn Koeajmntn.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
Uooae Heating and Sanitary Plnmbin?. Basement Bock Island Nat, Bank
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder.
OFFICE. NO: Z821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vlf 8tret. POOR !HLAND.
v-'-w, i iv 11
S";rA!l.V r. ttrnn
rt.il. uuiicam oo timumi.i'w.
For sale by T. II. Thomas. Dmjfjfist. sole agent. Bock Island, 111.
City Bua and Express Line
For Boa or Express Line telephone 1141, aad job will receive
TZ2L1m2UsA2ZS ft SFSSCEB, Fropav
Incorporated Under tbe
C F Lynde,
II P Hull.
K W Hurst,
F C Tlenkniann.
J M Buford.
JarRa Ui iiKT, Solidlors.
Sec. and Trcas
General Jobbing done ea short notice
and satisfaction gnarantred
Wilt If nmmhl n
o'd with warrrn
Frooetilily, tnoit lv-w mMm ara,
owinntiTT gamin aonMycww. 11 rt. wl'u ' r
m.mr'.i" at uuary,aj.lpr b lT mail. Sto-.- lor SV .
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