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THE ARGUa SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9. 1896
. Tl -" - . . . L,A,au I WHAT AILS THE PEOPLE? infatuation of r. m. readc.
Chicago, sock iilakd pacific
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w.y Depot First axon and Sixteenth
street. V. J. Tonne, amnt.
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iMIUr. .Daily exc.pt Panday,
pHICAIU. HILWAUXEE ST. PALL
Pe'lweT Kartn Sarj-bwestarn Division
Dipn. Twentieth atroet, between First Sod
Second iwnnm. L II Urr. Agent.
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rlvin. Tr;tm aiarkad dalijr, all other train
aalljr iri nat day.
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
KUC'N 1SLAKU TO T. I.OL13.
Trlo leaving; Kock Unm at 8:00
n. m. rarriea thrimb coach to St.
Loul. pftMxin thro itch Pekin. liar
ana. rinlii'M am! Litchfield.
Line cat of IVoria enrrj thronpb
coachrt ami nk-epin cart on night
train to principle citie.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Who does not want her
wa'binsr. done in the
shortest time and neat
et way it hard to find.
Those who use
Get the best retnlts, be
cause it is matte from
such materials that it
onnot injure the most
delicate fabrio and will
save time and labor.
Kollow them and jon
will find that Ton have
struck a pood thinjr.
O&SA? SCC2 XSXaAM TaS E3A?
Softens the skin, heals
chapped bands and re
moves grease, paint, etc.
Warnock &, Ralston
vin Maknra. Knrb lln1
JoIjXI VolK tV Oc.
Saab, lwamre and Blind.
Aad all kinds of
Woodwork fur Builder
atiaa. Hoaanaa. WaatjaaMilaf
ISak (IraaaV, MMlsJUltl
EUtc of tUf A . A nJrrcn, decraacd.
Tm aoilcriKnd hsTinr beca appolntrd admin
frlrator of ibr rrtate of Olaf A. ADderruo, late of
Jia cuaoty of Kuck Island, atala of lllinoia, da
eeaacd. hereby give notice that be will appear
before the county court of kork (aland cona
ty, at the ofr.ee of the dork of aaid court, ta
the city of Rock Inland, at the Janoary term, on
the Drat K outlay In J;inoary kh, t which
time ail permna bavin; claim ara.t at mid ea
'ate are notified and reqneatedtoatU'ia fortht
rpnae of having the aame adjasted.
A il perMina Indebted to Bald estate are reqnert
0 to make leunediate payment to tba under
ln.'. UatMt nta 2tib dav of Ortnher. A. T. 15.
CUARLtS faCHRKlBElt. Adainlstratw.
Ailmlnlatrator's Not Ire.
Estate of Mariaret Greehy, dec;aed.
T nnderrlgned bavlna been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Margaret Oreeby.
late of the conmy of Kock lind, rUie of
lltlnoia, deceased, km by give notice that h
lil appear before the county court of Kock I-lano
0ant, at the office of the clerk of said conrt, in
the city of Huck islnnit. at the Jamiarr term oc
the flrai Wonnay in .l. nua'y next, at which timt
atl persoi, having claltoa ayamat said eotate are
0'itilled and reqiieated to attend, for the purport
of having the aanie adjnated.
Ail person It dvbted to said eatite are requraU
4 to make iK mediate payment to the nniler
4iimed. Dated thlf 4 h day of Tfowmber, A. D. 1895.
JOHN fiflEEHY, Admini-trator.
fatiltcotltin Nut Ire la Attacbmeat.
8TATB OP ILLINOIS, I
Kock ULiaD t:orimr. i
ircuit Court of ttosk la'and coonty, January
t-jrm. a I . l&n.
Let's. Fletcher 'o., a eorponttion of the state
of low, plaintiff. v Jo-eth F. Oarnett, defend
ant, in attAr.bm-ut
I'n .He nn-i. e l here y eiven to the said Jo
seph P. tiamett that a writ of at a:h nent istund
out of tie o-tic - of th cl.-rv of the circ ilt court
of Kk Irian) cjun.v, dit'id th Kith day if
"entemrier. A. I).. 1SH." at the mit of the said
Let's. He'cacr C. . and aualnst th i esuteof
tlica.lil Jov.h r. finrnett f.ir the asm of two
hamlrt d anil f irtv il .ll.ira, (4'l) directed to the
sheilff of i-a d Kock l-.anii n uotjr. which aiid
writ hs hee.i elurn d executed.
Now, tberi-foie. miles, yn i, tlie raid Joph P.
flartett, shall p r mal.y Im anl ap car before
the said cin ul. c initorttrcx li-land conmy on
te urt day f the next te m thertx.f. o b-to'-den
ai tbe ront nott. inm. ctv i f nn:k si
a d. In s.'d ro it tv. on tli- (i h day 1 January
A. I . i.'iv-r s.H fli. lull a-.d plead to th-said
p'airllfl a. mm, jii.lcn-iit wi 1 rve enle ea
atran t you. and in lav.ir or ih- siil Letts,
Kietrher i o. and Minu-h of th-i pniperty at
lH. hr i a may he ufTlrint to a tUfy iheeail
j'ld.mrnl und eo N wn In so.d t.j s-.fi.fr the
limr tiE 'Itlir: W ((,tlll.B. c trk
J A ITfuaT fla t a a Attoru-ys.
Dated Oct. 15. A. I)., Istii.
Poblleatlon Notice In Attachnieut.
STATE tiP IL1.1NOI4, 1
Kock Isl.kd Cim'xtt
Circuit cou t ;.f Rnjk ls arjj county. January
tern. a. U I lHi '
Walil'iirn-ilal.lrn d fXae Co.. a corporat'o-i or
pan r. d under ihe law of the stale of Iowa.
P a iiiD. vi. Jo ep-j r Oaraelt, defcudant, it
a laetiu.1 ut.
Huh ic not re la hereby r; rcn to the said Jo
seph K. .rn. it that a writ of atiarhment issued
O'lt of tbr onv of herle:kir the circuit court
t.f Itoei, l.iai.d ronntv. ilaied the nub day of S p
t ml r. A. I. r. at the suH r li.e raid Mash-bn'o-llallicin
f IT e t o an I a ln.i the estate
f the sa'u -Jo-cpu P. Oarnett for the sum of
e S'ltfone rioliare aed sixty- I- hf cenia (jsi ori,
dirert- i to the sherlU of aaid Rock laland cnuti
t). whli h aa d wrl. ha- been returned o e ule l.
Now. the-, lore, unlr-a yoo, the raid J.rw ph p
a tie t,-hall pei.oi.aliy b,! and apuear b.ifore
'l.e aaid . Ircuit court of Ro. Ulaud conn y oi
'heSrstdiv .f the next term thereof, to be
hu'ilen a tne court home in 'he rliy of H -k Isi
ai.il. In mid cian y, on thi-Cth Cay of Jaiinnrr,
A. II. INHt e ve pptclal btil al il p ead to llie
lit plaint fl' anion judmiient will lw entered
atm.i )ou ai.i1 in f ivor of the rn'd Wa'hhuin
llail ir .n t'i.fl-e ".. and -o much of ill i prnpeny
... ....... w ..in; wc ..itiicieiii it pan. iv ine saiu
Ju liui nl and tusta wl I ! sold to ui-fy the
ante. IIVOUIIB U . : i u u. .
4 k-ok A IiiinaT. PiainiiuT'a Attorueya.
1 ateJ lrl ST., A D 1K95.
I'ohllratlon Not Ire In Attachment
H"C IslaKOI 'Ot-HTT
irc t t'Hirtof :o;k I.lun 1 cjuntr. Jannarv
ti rm. A I) , 1 t.
in- M-irrii. . in - Mit'ksan.l Charles Grecnwald.
p.tiner- d.iia burin as nndr the name and
e'jrlc f .larcu. Marks ,., plain Ills, va
Jo-eph l. ar. i t ilefenda-.t, in nuaei-m tit.
I'mii c noiieit ia ncreiv ven to th-and io
sep i K. liamett that a wrll f nt hinenl l-soe I
.-i.t o t'e mil e of the clerk of fie re ut con t
f Kick lalai.d lOtiiny. dated .he lllth day of
r-e,..eielx r. A l luir., al the -ni. of Hie said J e
Marrur, 1, lie Murk a and rhtr'.e". t.reei.Wilt,
pa tnera il tinj toi ineas noder ihe lain-, an i
style of Mart.. Vurk- & t'o.. and airsu at tn
i a ate .-f ihe a d .leseph r U trneit, f-r the S'liu
of s ve'.iv tw.. d.t.liia ami aeveiiy-seveu cent-.
lf;-".7) dlrtwti-il tolhe sheriff of rail Uoet 1-Niid
tou'iiy, nhicli aid rit b:.s been returned exc-
Now. tt.ciafore. nn'e.a von. th aai.1 .t.a.nh
P. tia'n It. stall ier-onallv bd and at.rM.ar her.. re
the sa d ci-cit t c n-t of Hrct laland rotint on
the fi at djy i f the not term t'ere.f.to b- tiol-d-f
at ihe court hour.. In 'he city of Kork Isl
and, .n said eounty. on the -h day of .lai.n oy
. . i-no. give specie nan ana p.;ad to tne s .u
I ImintltIV a t.on, jn:gm nt will he euLr -tl
aval- ' yon, and In far.ir of the sal 1 Joe Mar
cus, , ine M.rksni.dl'h'rle t-recnwail. partner
uoinj h islnrss under t. e n .nc and tyleofM.r
cna. tlarka & ' and so tnutbi-f thcrtronertr
altarh tl as n at he snfTi -ient to aat afir t aa.l
judntn. nt and cn's it o- sjlrt to ratiafr ttie
sat.e. li-OIKiii W u MBLB. lerk.
JrKnti Il.-HvT. Pliint It's Atlorneys.
Ii..t d uct ii.'.. A I).. 18tt5.
I'ulill. atlon Notlre In Attachment.
iTATB or ILLIVOM. .
Il.ltt IfUKD OH'STt. t
n lite L'lrciill Conn of llork Island Conntv. Ill
John A. Tniman i'nupanv, a cor.airatioo, plain
t IT. vajorepb P liaroetl. dt f. ndant.
ru'nic none- la neretiv le. n to the said Jo
sei.1 F. ;bt tt. that a writ of a'tach.. ent la.ne.l
. of tre oflii-e of ih.lerk of f.e circuit caint
oi noca js.Hn i eniinry. aa e.i in ism tjar or Oc-
'on r. a . ra. t.t the suit of Ih-. sai 1 John A
T Iman cuni.ai.v and aalnat the estate or ha
!' Joseph P. :ari,ett, for the sum of one
hni.dred and tweuttf.nine o!lara and tilnety.
three uent (MiMtMl directed to the sheriff of
all Kork I-taui coumy. ilU which aid writ
naa oen reinmeu exet-Uteu.
N w, tterefore. unit yttu. the raid Jeserb F
f!a. nett. shall persoi ally be and appear before
ine earn circeu conn r hck l-iana countr.
in., on rta u-il uav oi the next term thereof
to be hoi fen at the court house la the ttyof
Kuck I'lan '. in a-id co mti. on the tttb ca of
Jauuarv. lrun give toil and p.ed to the sai i
pi. I Ids action, judgment til be entered
i gainst ou. ard In favor of th - sa.d Jonn A
oinian company, ana so much of th- property
ait-ched aa may las a. IH:ent to Batter aaid
judk'ment and cjels. w.ll be roll tt aati-fy the
a-i.e a w . UAMHLK. Clerk.
forxLT A rosienu-r. At'.-r eye.
Rock Ieland. 111.. Oct IS, 1895.
STATE OP ILLI'OS, I
Rock lun onrrT. (
In the cucatt eouru Jai.narv term. isok.
Ellen S. e ber va otto P Ttegreen, Anna Tle
Br.rn. Mbty Alday. executrix of the last w.ll
ai d testament of v am Alday. deceased, and
Aidre- f LnndtjU'd and John Swansnn.
m.iavit of . n rretd-hre o the above named
d. fei.d i.i Otto P. I'.errren and Anna P. Tie
itreea Impleaded with the above d- fendanta,
alarr Alday x e urix. tc, Andrew PT Lnnd-qui-
and John Saanaon, having been tied in
c erk'a ffleeof the cir nil court of said eoui ty,
a. tire it therefore hereby eiven the said ron-
rvtiJr I de endarits that itie com lainant B ed h. r
in. I or m-npiaint In Id court, on te ehtneery
ride thereof, i n the itd day f A g.tst. lHnS. and
thai aa a i las s imannna has been iasaed out of said
eurt. wherein said n-t I aow p, n Ins rwuma-b-e
on the flr-l Mm.rfay in the month or Ja
nar next. N w, unles von, the sa d con-resi-derl
f t'tdanta above named. Otto P. Tie.. en
and Anna larereia shall personally be and ap-P-r
b fore t e aald trcuit c-art on tbe Aral o. y
of tb next t-rm fere ', to be balden at Hock
l-.rd In aid 'or the sad ronntvon the first Mon
day tn Jannsrv wxt, and plear'. an-wer or de
anrnthald cump'ainant bill of c-.-m plaint.
or. same sua tne muter and tbiav tterein
Charvee a-d .t npd anil K i.hm umImwi
anal a drcr e en'erei a.alnat yon according to
- . v. ... ra.'i mil.
a. wt. ti-OHOB W. OAXBLBa Clerk.
Roek Islaaal. 111., tbjt. 19,
Jat aaoa A UcaaT loxtplainact' Solicitor
Tfc arnnal meet rc of the stockholder of the
Peo ic Powereomiany .ll be bad all o'clock
p. rn.Tnnrs.iay. N. 14, at the once of Ue
coaipany la Bock laiand.
a. 0. DAVI3, Secretary.
The True Cantte of Moat Pbyalrai Trooble
Made rerfeetly Clear.
"What are the principal ailments
of the Americin people?"
This question was recently put by
a reporter to Dr. Kphraim Cutler,
whose name stands foremost in the
ranks of the medical profession. His
"The great increase of this fearful
malady is attracting universal atten
tion. Everyone fs anxious to know
how it is brought on. What causes
it doctor?" ,
The physician paused for a few
minutes before replying, and then
said: "I can best explain that by a
very simple illustration. Anyone
who eats beefsteak knows what is
fat and what is lean. Now, if the
muscle of the steak is partially
changed to fat. it is called 'fatty de
feneration.' In the same way with
the human body, if the kidney sub
stance changes into fat, it is called
Bright's disease.' Bright's disease
is fatty degeneration and not one
person in 12 i free from some form
of kidney or liver disease."
"May I ask if there is any enre of
these complaint?" the reporter in
quired. "Yes," replied the doctor, "there
is, if people will only take the right
remedy at the right'time. As a rule
it is only when they break down,
lose appetite, find their comp'exionr
saIIow, a constant white coating on
the tongue and inflamed eyes that
they suspect anything is wrong.
American genius has found it possi
ble to arrest diseases of the liver and
kidneys and to positively cure
Bright's disease. The discovery of
Warner's Safe Cure has been a God
send to the world. There are thou
sands of men and women who are
alive today and are kept in health
entirely through its use. This fact
is now know and admitted by physi
cians in nvery portion of the globe."
The words of the doctor are true
and they demand the serious consid
eration of everyone who reads these
lines. Bright's disease is undoubt
edly the most alarming of all mod
ern diseases. It often comes with
out warning, has few symptoms of
its own, but shows the signs of al
most all other complaiuts. Any
man or woman who is at all "out of
sorts." should not hesitate for it is a
well-kjiown truth that "delays are
There is no medicine known
that is worthy to be compared
with l)it. Kay's Renovator.
1 1 is so safe and yet very
cfucieut, that it is the best
family medicine known.
It never docs any harm but
always does good, as it restores
to natural healthy action all of
the internal ortrans. It is
the very hct nerve tonic
known. It increases the
appetite, promotes digestion,
averts fevers, cures dyspepsb,
liver and kidney disease, etc.
Strikes at the root of the matter
and cures when all others fail.
Send for circular. Sold by drug
gists, or sent on receipt of 25c
to any address.
Dr. B. J. Kay Medical o
620 S. 16th St., Omaha. Neb.
T. B. Thctn&s, druggitt, role agent.
And Floor Paints,
1610 Third avenue.
i i .1 l
A Reerat French Irivorre Call to the Front
a Not orion Woman.
New York, Xov. ft The official an-
nuunocntent in a Paris paper of the'divurve
of Robert Livingston Reade and Helene
Josephine Mansfield brings to the front
once more a woman notorious in two
xmtimmts. Reade first met Josie Mans
field at Carlsbad in the summer of 189L
He was there with his mother. Mrs.
Robert Reade, who was visiting her
cousin. Mrs. Levi P. Morton. Josie
Mansfield called herself Mrs. Frank Law
ler, the name of her first husband, and
despite berate was a belle in the famous
watering place, and constantly sur
rounded by host of admirers.
lieaile fell a victim to the charms which
had captivated James Fisk. Jr.. and hp-
sought Mr3. Lawler to marry him, but she
was not so easily won. SShe told Readc to
go home and sleep on his proposal, and
then take time to consider it carefully'.
She was sure, she said, that these precau
tions must cure him. Reade did consider
th.- mutter, n:id oven returned to Xcw
ork city in an effort to conquer his love
for Mrs. Lawler. It was all in vain, and
upon his return to Europe he gave a din
ner to his intimate associates.
lien coffee was reached, and all hands
were fooling pretty good, Mr. Reade said:
'I am going to marry Josie Mansfield.
I'm drinking myself t death, as you all
know, and Josie Mansfield is the only per
son that can save me. I'll marry her if
she'll let me, for I think she's more sinned
against than sinning." The official an
nouncement of th3 divorce constitutes the
last chapter of the affair.
Indian Agent J. W. Cndmnn, unci by
marriage to Mrs. Cleveland, who shot
himself wkh suicidal intent at Chicago, is
dead of his wound.
Theodore Durrant's sentence has been
postponed for two weeks.
Michael Williams, a laborer. drotD;'d
dead from r.lcohoiisin on the sidewalk at
The courthouse at Brazil. Intl., was so
badly crocked by the .recent tarthquako
that it is consiilerod unsafe.
White anil black schonl bars are haviai
a race war at Indianapulls. Pitche.l bat
tles, in which clubs, stones, fists and even
pistols figure, aro of daily occurrence.
Mayor Pincrr-ee. of Detroit wants to
have abrogated that p.irtion of th treaty
bntwecn the United States and Great llrit
ain which forbid.? the building of war ves
sels on the great lakci
Obituary: At Sararoza. N. Y.. Georca
R. Sherman, of Port Heary. At Assump
tion, Ills., .To'.m J. BiMiepe, 51. At Charles
ton, Ills., Roliert Stewart, . At Kala
mazoo, Mich., William U. Houston, Aus
While a fashionable wedding was being
performed in St. George's church. New
York city, a relative of the groom expired
in the vestry. The deceased was Mary
Jane Potncroy, 70 years old, of Stock
A movement has been started nt Chi
cago to liinld a monument to Ltigeno
Field, children to subscribi the money.
Melville K. Stone, of the Associated Press,
is the treasurer.
Samuel Lord, senior momlier of the dry
goods firm of Lord & Taylor, Xew York,
diedinasaniuriutn in Goshen, X.Y., where
be had, been staying for tho paat few
. District' Attorney Goss, of Washburn
county. Wis., issued warrants against A.
C. Probert, president of the defunct Shell
Lake Savings bank, on a charge of em
bezzlement and illegal banking. About
STU.U0J has disappeared.
Thomas H. McDonald, of Lawrence,
Mass., has been sentenced to serve nine
months in the house of correction for com
plicity in an aldermanic bribery case.
Will Streigle, a young lawyer, and his
wifo were arrested at Springfield, Mo.,
charged with robbery and arson. Tho
house of Attorney Scjtt Massey was
burned last July while the family were
away, and the police have evidences of the
guile of tho fetrctgles.
J. B. Haggin, the California million
aire, is seriously ill at his Xew York
home, 87 Fifth avenue. His complaint is
National Corduge Reorganized.
Xew York, Xov. 9. The Standard Ropo
and Twine company, practically a reor
ganization of the National Cordage com
pany, has filed articles of incorporation at
fiatbusli, .V J. 'the capital of the com
pany is placed i 12,003, 00 J It will begin
business, it was stated, with to0,0U0 availa
Imperial Monnuient to Uismarclb
Xew Yoits, Xov. 9. A cable from Ber
lin to a morning paper says: It Is offi
cially announced that the kaiser contem
plates erecting an imposing monument to
llismarck, the staunch friend of the im
perial dyuusty and the real founder of the
Tree to Jamei TV. Scott Memory.
Nashville, Xov. 9 This morning in
the grounds of Belmont college a tree to
the memory of and in honor of James W.
Scott, If under of the Chicago Herald, was
planted wit a appropriate ceremonies Rep
resentatives of .the Chicago press were
Close or the Non-Partiaaa XV. C. T. C.
Oberus, O., Xov. 9. The annual con
vention of the non-partisan W. C. T. U
ended yesterday. Mrs. A. Paul, of Maine,
retired as secretary of the publication
committee ana -Mrs. ti. M. Ingham, of
Cleveland, was appointed in her place.
Loving Cap for Joe Jefferson.
Kew YORK, Xov. 9 X.-arly all the
prominent actors and theatrical managers
in new lork were included in tho com
Hpany of 300 which assembled at the Gar
den theatre to present to Joe Jefferson a
massive silver loving cup, the gift of more
than 1.000 members of the dramatic pro
fession. Speeches were made by Daniel
Frohman. John Drew, Frank Mayo and
Jefferson, and the occasion was a mofit
pleasant one in every respect.
Apropos of Bayard' Add
KxoxviLLE, Tenn., Xov. 9. Abner
Monday, of this place, who is superintend
ing bis father's work ou the Sevierville
court house, has b-jen notified by white
caps that he must work lite other laborers
or leave. He is also ordered to "quit wear
ing uan aiioes. ue nas concluded to obey,
Cvaulitioa of Jadce Thatraaaa.
Columbus, o, Xov.. 9. Judgo Thur-
ruan was suffering considerably last nigh-
irom tne injury to his hip and from rheu
jnatism, but otherwise is much better, har
lag fully recovered consciousness. He Is
able to take nourishment and may sur
vive tor several day or weeks.
WEIR PLOW WORKS PLANS
Tha Manner In TTblrh the New Balldlaa
w til no fjoawtraeteat.
The plans of the-buildings of the
Weir Plow works nt Monmouth to be
erected on the new man ufaoturi no
site of East Moline are now on exhi
bition at the office of E. II. Cove
The shops are to I e built in " the
shape of the letter U with sides al
most 1,01X1 feet in length, the open
end being at the cast end. On the
south side at the eastern extremity
win tie a uuiimug zvim ieet la di
mensions. This will contain the
foundry. 196 feet long, the rattlin?
room 56 feet long and the casting
and grinding room '42 feet in length.
-t-i . L - ' t - , e.
a iicu luiuen iuo macuiae ana wood
shop, which is 196 Ieet long by 76
feet wide. In one corner of the ma
chine shop will be located tbe engine
anu aynamo room. I be next build
ing occupies a portion of both curves
in the U and will contain tho ercct-
ng room. 224x75 feet; the general
paint shop. 225x75, and tho plow
paint shop. The north fide contains
the grinding shop, 98x00; the lilting
shop, 9$xG0; the blacksmith shop.
252x60. and the wrought iron and
steel stock room.
Sheds and hop.
The open space between the build.
ings will be occupied by the sand,
coal and coke sheds. 209x16 in di
mensions; the pattern shop, 86x30:
the boiler room, 57x50; the bolt
house. 50x0. and the casting stor
age house, 196x30. North of these
buildings will be the mammoth ware
house, 603x80 feet, and the south
will be the oflices in a substantial
brick building, two stories in height.
50x60 feet in dimensions. All the
building will be built of brick, one
story high (except the office build
ing) and from live to . eight feet in
depth. As soon as the contract is
let, Jiov. 15, the work of laying the
foundation will be commenced.
Chrysanthemums and Itosra.
These are now beinar srrnn.ro. I
throughout the Library building
in uavenport. no such display
was ever eiven here. Profession
als and amateurs have exerted
themselves to raise flowers of
color and shape never before seen
here or elsewhere. They have suc
ceeded. This exhibit will open at
to a. m. iuesciay, wot. 12, and re
main ODr.D dav and nio-ht fne !..
days. The beautv of Davenport will
i . t . - . 1
m mere arrayeu in japauese dress.
Music, flowers and daintv refresh
ments; attractions never before seen
The Discovery Saved HI Life.
G. CaUlouette, druirgist. Bearers-
villc, ILL, says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with la grippe and tried all the phy
sicians for miles' about, but of no
avail, and was given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discovery in my store, I sent
for a bottle and began its use, and
from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottles was
up and about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free
trial at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drng
Folev's Honev and Tar ilnsi nni
claim to perform miracles. It does
not claim to cure all cases of con
sumption or asthma. But it does
claim to give comfort and relief in
advanced stages of these diseases and
to usnallv cure early stages. It is
certainly worm trying oy inose af
flicted or threatened with those t roe l
diseases. 50 cents. For sale at M.
at M.. r. Bahnsen s drng store.
The Local Market.
Oats w. lttcavaie.
Hay Timothy, f lr13: upland, ail; wild, $7
;ju, eiuu,u, iawo; oateu, il.
Buf er Fair to choice, 17c; fresh cream
ery. xc. a
Krs Fresh, 17a.
Poultry Chicken. 5J4.C.
OatTle Butchers pay for corn fed steers
S--4ct4c; cow and belters, 8!t,Ca.34c; calve.
Spring lamb, 4c a pound.
Whoa Barry waa auk. we case bar CavavorsaV
han aba a Child, atw crand Ita-
became HJsa. h dune C
s had Children, an (are
Children Cry for
Tiffin SATO nanus
Baths of all kinds, inelnding
Tnrkish, plain, shampoo, lee.
trio, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a- m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From J p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Snndays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. ot
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at anj
time donna; business hours.
Gymnasium eonraaasted with bal.
Castorla Is Dr. Samuel Pitclicra prescription for IttfiuiU
and Children. It contains neither Oplom, Morphine nor
other Xarcotlc substance. It Is a liurmlrss ub4itat
for Taioric Drops, Soothing Syrups and Castor OIL
It Is Pleasant. Its guaranteo Is thirty years use ty
Millions of Mothers. Cast orta destroys Worms and allays
fcTerishness. Castorla prevents vomitta; Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, citing healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Caatoria Is aa excellent medietas for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children.'
Da. Q. C Csooon,
" Castorla bt the best remedy far children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day fat not
far distant when mothers wi 1 1 consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the rarionsqoack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, ooothlng syrup and other b artful
agextta down their throaa, thereby a.Hi.
them to premature craves."
Da. J. F. KncrntLot,
The Centatxtr Compavarjr, TI
. Made in Doe-wah-jack,
Burns any kind of fuel.
They keep the fire all day and night.
Steady heat, clean and comfortable.
If you want the best, we .sell it.
See the Name on -the Leg.
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St.
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Steal state Security.
J at Btvobd, President.
Jona ('Rraacea. Vice 1 resident.
P OaasBAWaLT. Oasbter.
Becaa bnsinea Julys. ISsa. ar.if ocenpy the
B. A. ear Mitchell A LvsMtet'. new bulldine
BoBQCtuliaarre 'a a rellabl-. an-TOtb'y, TecolatlD nedlrln. Only 1 in ilaai J
tne 'Creatir..i hbauiu be oaoo. if yam waat she best,
Dr. PqsVs Fcninroyal Pillo
Thee are wmtspt. s'4 -e-ta'-? Is rea;t. The geaulue (Or. Peal's'- oevar diaaa.
. . . . -.. f I (. . . .1 mi.. ai au-. ..u . . .
"S u . v.. i i .i ma, .aa. Myrauaa, s
For sale at Harper Honae Pharmacy. Rnrik lajand. 111.
jobs m. pabuwob.
PatmiiioihT ta ooij
Paintert4 and Decorators
SHOP. 119 tfevofrtABxrlfe BL. S0CT ISLATD ILL
ts El VERS &
CONTRACTORS axd BUI! DERS
All kind of i
Office sad Shop 721 Twelfth street
" Castoria If so well adapted to cMldm that
I recommend It aa superior to any prearrtptioa
known to xoe."
IL A. A Beam, IL D4
111 So. Oxford St Drooklya, X. T.
"Our phystrlass la the children drpsrt
tnetit have apokea hiirMy of their expert
enos la their outsUe practice with Caatoria.
and althongh vos only bavo arooog onr
medical suppliea what fat know aa recti Ur
products, yet tre are tree to conreas that Ui
aeritaot Caatoria baa wxaa xai to look wuat
favor nnoa it."
Cxitko nosrrrsL axd DisrauusT,
Axux c Sarrra, rm..
T Street, Hew Terk City.
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under tbe
C P Lynde. Wat wnawrtoi
Joba i mtavuch Phil Mitchell,
II V Hail. L Slawsn.
B W Buret, t H Xtulora.
Jacaaoa A Hcswr. Snlleltor
SSBT A. PAKIOOB
WbkaaaT aaiaaV aaal MtCO
ad eariafacuun riartniial
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