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THE ARGUB, fTEDNESDAr, OCTOBER 16, 1895.
Publlthed Pally and Weekly at MM Steond
Ainue, Kotk Inland, 111. Entered at the post
offlre aa cccond clan matter.
J. W. POTTKB
"TEEMS Bally. 10 cent per week. Weekly,
12.00 per lugm; la adranco. 11.50.
All commnnlcatlona of a critical or argtunenta
tle character, political or rellgiona, nut bae
real name attached for publication. Ko auch
article will be printed otcr flctttioua signature.
Correaporider.-e solicited Irom eretj townahlp
In Boak Iaiand county.
W'KK.NKSDAr, OCTOBEH 10, 1895.
Thk Chicago Press says that every
now ami Iheii Gov. Mckinley get9 on
n wroiii; train ami tinds himself in
the Male of Ohio.
Mrssas. CoiiBtiT and Filsim
nions must be elated over the vigor
ous manner in which state execu
tives are resisting their pugilistic
presence in their respective states.
Gen. Haickison' will visit Wash,
ington this week for the first time
nince he retired from the presidency.
Ho goes ostensibly to appear in a
case before the supreme court, in
which he is an attorney.
A Wlae Dr Juration.
The platform adopted by the Tam
many county convention in New
York recently fairly rings with such
declarations of principles as appeal
to wise and conservative government
anil is worthy of the endorsement of
all people who prize the privileges
of crMnnl lil.erty. In brief the
We cordially endorse the admin
istration of President Cleveland as
conservative, dignilied, capable and
just, and we approve of the wise
legislation of a democratic congress
in the repeal of the vicious laws
parsed by the republican party,
under the operation of which our
finances were imperilled and our
commercial and industrial pursuits
seriously injured; and we lind in our
reviving industries the highest ex
pression of the bcnilicent results
which have attended the action of a
democratic president supported by a
'We recognize the high character
and thorough equipment for the var
ious ollices for which they were desig
nated of the candidates of the demo
cratic party nominated in the state
convention at Syracuse, and we
pledge to them the hearty and en
thusiastic support of the democracy
of New York county.
'In the pending campaign the
irreat central issue to be determined
by the j eople is their capacity for
Kclf-government; whether the plain
people of the metropolis can he
trusted, in this as in every other
community of the state, to pursue
the usual and recognized political
methods in the nomination and elec
tion of those who arc to be their olli
cial servants, or whether that duty
should be dictated by the chamber
of commerce, an exclusive associa
tion chartered by (Jcorgo III., King
of England, for the purpose of trade
alone, but now assuming to arbitrar
ily regulate our political conditions,
and always performing this function
in the sole interests of the opponents
of the democratic party.
We insist upon full recognition
tif every right and privilege of every
element, even to the humblest, that
goes to make up the political power
of a community such as ours.
"We favor the enforcement of law,
but protest and denounce the dis
crimination that has been made be
tween the rich aud the poor in the
Hevere, oppressive, and unintelligent
exercise of power by the policy board
of this city.
"The democratic party now is, as
it has ever been, strietly in favor of
a respectful observance of Sunday,
by abstaining on that day from a'll
save necessary employment, and yet,
mindful of the rights'of every citizen
to the enjoyment of worship, com
fort and recreation according to his
own conscience and wishes, as far as
compatible with a due regard to the
beliefs and desires of others, it fav
ors the immediate enactment by the
next legislature of a modification of
the present oppressive excise laws,
and in addition promises to propose
to and endeavor to obtain from the
coming legislature a law which will
enable this community to determine
for itself by popular vote whether
the sale of food, beverages, and all
neccsaries shall be permitted on the
lirst dav of the week: during certain
prescribed hours and in a manner so
restricting as not to interfere with
What tba 1'eople Bay.
"1 couldn't keep store without Fo
ley s Honey ana lar."
K. D. Wmri-LE. Lostant. 111.
"Ship at once can't sell any other
II. W. Ellis, Montrose, Wis.
"Foley's Honey and Tar saves me
doctor bills every winter."
L. A. Townek, Manteno, 111.
For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug
lttieumatlani Cured in a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action upon the system is remarks
ble cad niysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediatelv disappears. The first
dose ereatlv relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotian, druggist, Iiock Is
land and Gust. Schlegel & Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
ABBRI EVATED TELEGRAMS, "
Obituary: At New York. Lillian Drew,
the actress, aged 3X At Peoria, Ills.,
Thomas Clinch, rgfdCS. At San Fran
cisco, Andrew J. Afoultcr. At Carmi,
Ills., Genrtra It. Williams. At Louisville,
George Davis, nged 81. At .Mason City, la.,
L. J. Lurnurc. At Morrison, Wis., Cap
tain James Brewer.
An appeal has been allowed to the Unit
ed Ptatcs supreme court in the case of
Henry Cracmer, who was to have been
hanged at Seattle on Nov. 1.
This week is being observed by the Sal
vation Army as a week of self-denial, ac
cording to the custom that has crUted for
The American brignntinc Harriet G.,
which arrived at Nuevitas a week ago
with a cargo of coal for the Puerto Prin
cipe railway, was boarded and searched
by an armed Spanish force. The captain
was accused of having arms for Insur
gents, but nothing was found. He lias
filed a protest with the United Suites
It. If. Witherspoon, manager of the Ox
ford Publishing eumpuny, iol IVarborn
street, was robbed ut Chicago by four men
near Hubbard court and Michigan ave
nue. The highwaymen strip(H.d him of
his t5J overcoat, his h it and .
Through a mutriinouial agency Mi's.
Nellie Patterson, of Chie;igo, married M.
J. Devlne six weeks nsro. list Sunday h.i
managed to get hold of fill'.) of his wife's
money and has since liecn missing.
W. W. Rupert, the ball player, was
fatally wounded by the ueeidrntal dis
charge of u companion's gnu while hunt
ing near SpeneerviUe, 1).
Footpads robbed Nettio Gillis, 13 years
old, of t-t in front of the Chicago club
house, Michigan avenuj and an Buren
street, fho w;is lets uueunsclous on tho
Fire destroyed two blocks of bu.sines3
houses at I.nrniii;-, Ills , a town of uf0 in-
habitanls.situate.l twriity-ono miles north
of Cjnincy, Ills. Total loss, Cl'l.ttjO, with
practically no insurance.
Klizalietli M. Flagler, daughter of Gen
eral Flagler, has been indicted for man
slaughter at Washington for shooting aud
killing Ernest Green, colored, l:ist August.
During the present epidemic of cholera
in Japan there have been 4 .',706 cases and
Frank Xaixili.nn Italian fruit merchant.
killed his best friend and partner, G o
vantil Slierota, ut Birmingham, Ala, mis
taking hiin for a burglar.
Junk dealers have bought tho model
battleship Illinois, built for tho World's
fair of brick and piles ut a cost of $153,-
000. Its sale price was a few hundred
By the frosts of last week hundreds of
thousands of bushels of potatoes, prob
ably at least 500,OJU bushels, near Hush
City, Minn., have been ruined.
All t ree.
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not, have now the
opportunity to try it free. Call on
the advertised druggist and get a
trial bottle, free. Send vour name
and address to H. E. Iiucklin & Co.,
Chicago, and get a sa pie box of Dr.
King's New Life, rills free, as well
as a copy of Guide to Health and
Household Instructor, free. All of
whieh is guaranteed to do you good
and cost you nothing, llartz & Ulle
meyer'a drug store.
Send your address to H. E. Buck-
lin & Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills. A trial will convince vou of
their merits. These pills are easy in
action and are particularly effective
in the cure of constipation and sick
headache. F'or malaria and liver
troubles they have been proved in
valuable, luey are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to be purelv vegetable.
They do not weaken by their action.
but ny giving tone to stomach and
bowels greatlv invigorate the svs-
tcm. Regular size 25 cents per box.
Sold by llartz & Ullemeyer, drug
gists. Bl'CKLEN'S ARXICA SALVB.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, braises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required, it is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refnnded. Price 25 cents per
box. t or sale by llartz unemeyer.
Intended to Catch Vour Eye.
Don't '.ip this paragraph because
it is small. It is worth reading, for
it tells about the Pincola Balsam, a
certain remedy for cough, tickling in
the throat and the stopped-up feeling
in the uprer part of the chest. A
simple cough may turn into some
thing serious if let alone. It ceases
to vex you aud to keep you awake
o' nights when you have'allayed the
inflammation in your throat with
Ely's Pineola Balsam. The druggists
sell it for 25 cents.
For Over Fifty Tear
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Fllea! Pile! Plica!
Dr. William' Indian Pile Ointment win core
Mind bleedinp. ulcerated and Itching piles. It
abaorb the tumors, allays the itching at once,
acta ae a pouHice, Rites instant relief. Dr. Wil
llama' Indian Pile Ointment ie prepared only for
piles and itching of the private pan, and nothing
1). Ever j box la guaranteed. Bold by drug-
gleu, tent by mail, for a) centa and II per box.
William Xwrafacturtng company. Proprietors,
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by T. H. Thoaar.
Wheel Baby was eick, ime nr Caoria.
Wneo ah in a Quid, eh? cried for Caatorav.
Wham an became Via, clang to Oaetarav
Wkaa aha had Children, aba garo the
Children Cry for
.TURK TO GET AN ULTIMATUM.
Kepresertativca of the Power Give tho
JHualeiu Ufa Last Chance.
Lospon, Oct. 10. The Chronicle's Con
stantinople advices say that M. Cambon,
the French ambassador, X. Nelidoff, the
Kussian ambassador, and Sir Phillip
Currie, the British ambassador, Monday
presented to Said Pasha, the minister of
foreign affairs, the final demands of the
powers for Armenian reforms. If this It
not accepted an ultimatum will be pre
No further modifications will be permit
ted. The scheme drops the demand for a
Christian hi till commissioner, but other
wise it is almost identical with tho pro
posals of last May. It U believed, however,
that Russia hesitates to force an acceptance
because she fears ultimate Armenian au
Fire on Atlanta' Midway
Atlanta, Oct. 10. Temporary excite
ment was created on tho exposition
grounds by a lire on the Midway. The ex
plosion of a pr.isolino stove in tho Old
Plantation at the eastern extremity of tho
MUiway set the frame structure on fire,
and the smoke and llames shot up draw
inn everybody on the grounds tothe scene.
The tire was soon under control, but the
Old Plantation exhibit was destroyed.
American Yesael Earned at Sea.
VALPARAISO, Chili, Oct. 16. An Ameri
can vessel, the Parthia, Captain Carter,
Bath, Me., bound from Liverpool for San
Francisco with a cargo of coal, was burned
at sea 400 miles oil the south coast of Chili.
The crew took rcf uire in tho boats, one of
which, that under thechurpe of the second
mate, with seven men on board, reached
this port. Tho other boats have not yet
been heard from.
Appeal in the Manford Cose.
Sax FK.xt!c, Oct. 10. The govern
ment's suit a;,raint the Stanford estate is
to be apiH-aled immediately to the United
States supreme court by the powrninent.
The hitter's counsel here. Judge L. li.
McKissiek, has received instructions to
A 3.ana lroperity
depends largely on the health of his
wife. She should maintain her health
and promptly correct any weakness
rv using Coa-rhora. tor sale by T.
II. Thomas and Marshall & Fisher.
To express the gratitude of many who
despaired of help, but have been cured by
uooa s barsapa
rilla, as in this
"I cannot tell
the great value
rilla has been to
me. For two
years I have been
in poor health,
all the time with
little benefit. In
the winter I had
V a severe attack of
rheumatism and thought I should never
get rid or it. I read about Hood's Sarsa
parilla and concluded to try it. Since
taking five bottles I am like a new per
son, it is worth Its weight in gold. It
will convince the most skeptical of its
merits." Mrs. Lizzik KnAcrm
ton, Illinois. JBemember,
Is the only True Blood Purifier promi-
nentlym the public eye today, tl; six forfS
Hood's Pills J """
1 JOSEPH JL mil
Cftkc in VcCn'louth Buil.Mlit;. 11 W.
Thirl Mr-t, Davenport. Ortice Honrs
0 a m to 1J m. aud 3 tn S p ni. ETeningo.
Wednedag lutardayg only, frvm 7
to S. Sundays to S p m.
Special Lines of Practice.
Diseases of the Eye,
ar. Nose, Throat
Langs and Stomach.
RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED,
Charges for treatment reason
able. Successful treatment by
mail. Send for book and also
GESMIN'S FRENCH FEMALE PILLS.
Containing Cotton Root and ftflnjroja!.
Sba Uit ail tiiit n.ii
male Fills, bare been
ac'ld tor orer twenty
. , ...art kvTlimi
, eanda' of Wiefc who
bare ciren ttimonial
aa aneciuc mumuiji
medicine f'f immediata
VK Irregolrj' Henses. I"e-
V3. I male Heakneaa etc,
VV 1-ric r-' ooabox. with
Take so smyriTCTas. oa apmiors nrrraTrosa
yggarrv fTiawn-ar. CO- DExaorr. ilicifc
Sold by M. F. Baataen, druggist. Bock I aland.
Strm, J. P. Ben, Omsatratomie, Kofi.
wife of the editor of The Graphic, tho lead
ing local paper, of Miami county, writes
"M t troutlea tHtit heart dlseaae
tot tix j'-ars, acrt.ro pulpitatioas, short
ness of breath, together with nurh ex
treme ncrvousuess, that, at times I would
walk tho floor neatly all night. We
consulted the best medical talent.
Tltejt tutt there ra no help for me,
that I had organic disease of tho heart for
which there was no remedy. I had read
your advertisement la Tho Graphic and
aycaraxo,as a hist resort, tried one bottlcof
2r. Kites' Xew Curs for f Heart,
which convinced em that there was true
merit In It- I took three lot ties each of the
Heart Cure and I&storntivo Nervine and
It ecsnplctelif ettretl c I stteep
well at night, my heart beats regularly and
I have no ciore smothering p pells. I wish
to say to all rho are suffering as I did;
there's relief untold for them if they r. lli
only give your remedies Just ono trial."
Pr. Miles Ileart Cure Is sold on a positive
(marantee that the lirst boll lo will lcnent.
All ilrucjrists sell Ir.atfl, 0 bottles for 45, or
It will tie sent, iKvpalii, on roeoipt of price
by thu l)c Alilea Modical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
$2,000 QYEH AWAY
I G. Mc PAVIIT
msi&Stmit ?3Pf 318 Brad v Street.
- ' DAVEKfOBT.
The Doston Dental Parlors have
generously presented to the
people of Rock Island 2,000
cards, which, on presentation
at their ollice, are received as
a credit of $1 on any work or
dered. We hope by this to
reach more people and show
them how cheaply good work
can be done.
HE EXTRftCT TEETH ITM Pill
And Guarantee all work. Crown
and Bridge work a specially.
See Our Prices.
Silver Filling. SO cents and up
Gold Filling ....fl and op
Gold Crowns. 85
Sot of Teeth J5
Best aet of teeth JS
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come and ace us. Wa can gave yon money.
0;icn Sundays for extracting from 9 to 10 a. m.
Boston Dental Parlors.
Over Winecke's Tailor shop.
318 Brady street .... DAVENPORT, IA
Have been priff d of the fart, a d perioral
experience bancmonatntted that it is a f.ct.
th,t for rryliih. wcll-llttrrg, autiftattiallv
mae sue for all occasions a'.d men of yt
oua phyp.jap. them is no tx-ttcr C5tiiblih
mc nt tnan flOPI'K'S. It mipbl snrpric yua
to know bat t hero ou ran gft a made-to-ordr
auit for very little more than a ready
made one -and think of tee d IT-'rince in sat-
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 avenues, and
cearly every lot in it ha'
upon it a Hue 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 la
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Boom 21, Mtdull A Xjndi Eloc
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE.
rHICAOO, KOCK ISLAND PACIFIC
runway xiraerscan napnrcnasea or nag
nee checked at K 1 P Twentie-ltt street depot
j n i m r owi coruvrr man arcuu aufl
PI., h. . Ik... II DlnH.MA. A .
Kan. I Wan,
Pvever Limited Omaha.
Ft. Worth, Denver A K. C.
OroAba it Be Holne
tOmaba A Minneapolis
Omaha A Dee Sic ir.es Ex..
Omaha A Minneapolis Ex..
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
Su fan! A Micneapol's.....
Dwiivw, Ft. Worth A K. G. .
tEanaas City A St. Joseph.
tRock Island A Washinmoa.
tCbicavo A Des afolnea
r S r
A a ant
amlt SH (1 urn
amlt S :10am
am r 8:A)pm
am til :65 pm
pm t (:35 am
am : S :SJ nm
pmit 7:16 am
pmlt 7:40 am
Arrrral. t Departure. tDsliy.exorpt Sunday.
All others dally. Telephone 109&.
BCRLTNGTCIt BOCTB-C, B. A Q. RAIL
way Depot First avtuue and Blzteentb
streot, 11. i. Tonus, agent.
I.BAV. I AltKlV.
St. Loois Kzprcs 7:00 ami T:.tilm
St. Louis Kxprees 7:l pm S:55 am
Mernng, UubnqucaSt. Pan! t S:4fl pmJ 7:50 am
Beudstown Passenrer I 2:fi Dm I 11:13 am
Su-rllnp. Unbuene A HtPanl;t 7:55 am 8:60pm
iially. tDaily except Sunday.
QBICAOO, MILWACKEE A ST. PAUL
Kailwav Racine A KanLhwanlani 1fvlainn
Depot Twentieth street, between Pint and
Second avenues, L. H. Greer, Agent.
Stall and Sxdkm
T:00 am: :0pm
4:00 pm U:Siam
W0 am 7:S(I pm
St. Panl Express
Freight and Accommodat'n.
Daily except Sunday.
Dock Islakd a Peokia Bailwai
Depot Plrst Avecne and Twentieth street.
E. L. Goff, apent.
TRAINS, I Leav
RnKTnrn Ft TI. TIIKo i .at
' " w - . . I..IBUI
I'eona St louls Mail Ex... i-.m am
nxprces i lMSnm
P.ua. u A m C...I -V. . . . . .
Cable (via Snerrardl Accom.' C:01iam
("anle Accommodation 8:40 am
fable Accommodation .... i 3 tTi uni
. . . " ... ihi v., n. i. a, i . taioime
avenue) depot Bve (5) minute earlier than time
iril'eil- Tntlna vnarlr.ijl Hail ..II a,i.... .
. . u - ... .j , (.i, wiuvr ci ai Lin
daily except Sm.day.
DURLINGTON, CKDAB KaPIDS A
Northern Railway, donot font nf rtr,i
street, Davenport. Jae. aiorxm, Oen. Tk't A
l4 pni!blO:iA am
b7:IO im b!:45 nm
Wett I.tiierty 'trams
" So. ."'."
a Oaily. ntiany excent nnncav. t(4oine north.
(Goln Boutb and east. No. 18 runs between
Cedar hapids aud West Libetty.
To the East via the
R. . & P.
In Effect Jane 30.
Lv Kocfc Island
4 20 am 800am
4 27 am 805am
71 am 11 20 am
9 07 am 1 l i pm
5 M) pm 10 pm
7 05 pm
8 15 pm 05 pm
9 V pm vi 50 am
10 50 am
10 50 am 3 10 pm
11 10 am
1 10 pm
3 00 pm
U K I A P Depot
Lv Kork Island
1 45 pm
5 00 pm
8 35 am
7 30 am
8 1 am
8 5 pm
8 40 pm
0 W cm
8 53 pm
B 4". nm
Twentieth at Deiot
Ar ,1 arksonvl lie , .
Ar St Lcnia.
Ar Terre Haute
v su am
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through l'ekin, Hav
ana, Springfield and Litchfield.
Lines east of reona carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains lo principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Who does not want her
washing done in the
shortest time and neat
est way is hard to find.
Those who use
Get the best results, be
cause it is made from
such materials that it
cannot injure the most
delicate fabric and will
savj time and labor.
Follow them and you
will find that you have
struck a goo'd thing.
aasAT sccz island tab soap
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and re
moves grease, paint, etc.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Makers, Bock Island.
John Voile 5c Co.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Biding, lTcorrac. Walnameaint
ink street. bettUudit m
.-JMt linn. . ii
BLACKING APPLIED AMD
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH"
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.WaIsIi & Walsli, Specialists
Formerly Cl nical Prorcssor In twoorrhlum'a
leading medical colleges. Lt,e ' Chinico, formerly Surgcou-la-Chltf e
1 St. AtiUionj'slliispital.
Acknowledged liy the Keilical Profession, Acknowledged hf tUo Trass, Acknowledged by
all as tbo World's tlreatcrt and Only Soccessfnl Specialists In Chronic, Nvrroas, I'rlvata aad
burgical Dlscawa of beta sexes.
CONSULTATION KEEK! PttOMPT AND PERMANENT CURES!
You that are troub-
led with Hervons Hcliility, Lost Manhood. Ex
ha'istive Drain, NiM losses. Defective Memory,
Threatened Insanity, Loxs of Will Power, Mental
delusions, plecplessness. or any other symptom of
nervous exhaustion. Yon rl ooM conault na be
fore ii In too lals. Delay Is latal.
SUKGICAL operations performed
at your home when dceircd. Abdominal and
brain forgery a specialty.
1 ; . . . " . " .
,..,rj?f"T hllVC "clvcd for.onr remarkable sini in enrirn? eases aiven np as
S?:.?.1.: ??''.'' ,n 0,er IO -T-e the iK-oj.le as wail a Th. me.licil
"...l ,.u. .uu.iIU(,ui unuuarua our inimitable skill in the art of snnn-rr.
family nhyr cian is alwavs welmin t . ... , .
,. i.K mi mi. uvanou meaicai ana surgical literature we have written.
Onlv curable rns
taken. Best of re Terences
dreds cured by maiL
Chicago Medical Institute.
Office, 124 West Third Street.
BEATIK9 AND VENTILATING ENOINEERS.
V.Tii tn ftnuVwhtt
r. . 1 A
Sciinr filla. Ururia
Kesult la 4 weeks.
rvi v ft: no nr.lrf
f iff i '"t S" '
For sale at Harper House Pharmacy, Bock Island, 111.
TnnlrrATrt (Like Iil.islr.ition) in Heaver, Boucle, and all the new roujrVw
IHPlPIQ effects, in black, llti and brown. Prices: 11.95, $7.60, r
UUbiVUlU. mo, $12 5) and $15.
Cloth, Plush and Fur Capes.
More kinds than we ever showed before; at $1.50, $5.50, $7.50, $10 '
&6d $12.50. We are offering garments that are sure tn save you
fiom $2.50 to $i ovir other stores1 prices. If you want a cloak,
now is the time and curs the place to buy.
EXQUISITE CREATIONS, LATEST STYLES, Modeiiatb rucBfl.
We are showing over 100 styles in Infants. Cblldten's and Misses'
caps; in fact eve-y desirable style manufactured.
BEE Q? HIVE
114 West Second street -
FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH
Mors. Bros. Props.Cartori.Mass, USA.
Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
VOU CANT afford to delay if yon
are snnVrinff with Catanii, Bronchitis, Aithm.'
Karly fonmnp!i.n, Rheiininfaro.Niuralina, DjS'
pep-ia. Scrofula, Hnihllis, blood, liver, kidnay die
eases, runtiint. iiiles or Imimeelft. Our loun ho
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WE CAN positively guarantee a .
radical cure of Varieoreia iii Seven days by our
painless method. Women snflering from uterine
or overlain trouble of any nature come and cat
au opinion ou jour case free of charge.
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Vou Want a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Heda Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
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