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tod Arbud THtmoDAY; iiay ao;icca
Connelly Sc Connelly
Attorneys at Law.
0cMeoad tear, ovtr MHetal A Lynda"
hit. Komt to loaa.
Attorneys at Law.
Ode la Bock Island KeUoaal WU haildlB.
Sweeney tc Walker
Attorneys and Councellors at Law.
Omca la Bssgston block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Local business of all kinds BromnUT at
to. lulil Attorney of Hock It land coanty.
XXeEnlry Jfc McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa Bwmor e food aecarttv; auk eo'lec
tloa. tofersace. MltckaU Lrada, banks rm.
Once, rMto(Boo Block.
Architects and Saperintendents.
Boom . Mitchell LjnU halldlaf. Second
OEa P. STATJSUHArl
Plan and oprtatendeno for all clMwacf
baudmga. Kocm. la Karat block.
Dr. John E. Hawthorne,
Krm Daatal Parlor, ever Harta Cuaaurat
Drag Mare, Third avaaea aad TwaatMfc stoat
The laeaM aporiataMaU for akHiaa deatalwnrk.
Henry Oaetje, Prop.
Cat Flowers and Designs ot all
City ttoca. MOT Second arena. Telephone 16:0.
Dr."W. H. Ludewig.
Specialist of Ere, Ear, Ncse and
Oflc la Tndui'i aew building, earner Sev
entrenth street and Third areas. Rock I.land.
Telephone Mo. Vli.
Dr. Chas. XX- Robertson,
Eje, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
CSV. WhliUkt r Block, outhweet corner Thlid
and Brady street, ravenpon, low. Boom 17
and II. Hours: t to 11a.m . I tot p av.
v J at flndlng health, after U
. . a long ovlcal ol suifer-K
(.u i.i li u iiej.jBj.i jn ano rSpcnsCi rnn e r
,1 Imagined. Thnnasnds bare found it tt
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c FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
kWTh.t, akrrattoa. displacements.
lr-ri.Mlrl.- .Mlrt nvrr hull . V u .
J These rem-ilk-a relieve In sis bovra end
rare nmrklr. H UH Olira-a lawrnl rrmr.
Iv anil Mvrtle Toalc-cua.tltatiuniU.fi
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lieeeenf wnmffl baffle most privsldnn B
It the Wtnr ran hrlp, hi tmitnirnt lM
iamnllT. nl thrrharE-rahich. With It
t nrv rcmmlra ladtraraa ran tbrmarlTra if
at Hmr, qaicklT. aarrlr. ebraplT.
IHnvrcntrrum all others, rcrlrrtly harm-
A MPI PC "I both nnd nn Inatmct- 3
R" ' "a.i aim-ct ED EC
r i.l acrnt rllCC.
K VICTOR MEDICAL i
U fwnrrii finnn.
Mas. M. f. Harobbt, Afeni,
1 1 It Tkirtf nKb St Bock b!aad
mm j. bids
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage is Solloited. .
Office 1S20, Second Av.
THE 1 TO 4 BAY CUKE
MUkVOOS Mrc. CO LMOMiertO WaSaS
I -jl a'Tt.n' miimr rnsmBm.
Brtale of Jnba f. BollaMa. deceafrd.
TawaadaralnadbaTtBaT boaa auootntad abate.
attratrta of taa catata of John It. Bolinan
kit of the coontr of Moek blaad.
Ut of rniaola. dtBiaaid, herein Kirn aotic
ikat n will appear befora the coontr eoart
of Rock Ulsad coemty. at Um ofBe of the Clark
ofatid aoart, lath dt of Bock Island, at tM
aacaat term, oa the nrat Honda In Annat
Beat, at arhlck tiaa aU penon. karlnc claiaai
araiastaald atat araaocUed aad rtqatad la
Wl.ad.tar tba Baracaa of hartoar taaaaaaa ad-
au perfea iMebtM to raid Batata ara ra-
3f5aaad? Wk im"'" W"L the aa-
Oatod thb) aath dar of Jtoy A. MPS.
Maa. IUia Botxaaa, Adauniatratrlx.
STATB OB ILLINOIS, I
oca iai,na vovbtt.
iaiae;ireon coan ta cavacerr. seBtember
Sadta Dickie) Herbert Dtckiaaoa.
Aflldit of auB-reaidane of lha a bora defend
nu HertieH Dieklaaoa. haainar been fllad fat the
clerk1 office of the clrcalt coon of aaid eoanty.
notice 1 ner. icre ner.oy sirea to tae rata boo
rea'deat defendant that Ike complainant died ber
bill of complaint la aald eunrt. oa the chancer
Me thereof, oa the Mh day of My. go. and
tbatthereapnBB.umnos leaned oat of td
coart, whrrela .ale .ait I bow pendlnc, rctarna-
nte oa in nrat atoncjay in to awnta of Bcnten
ber next, ae I by law required.
Vow, nnHa. yoa. the aald aoo-realdent defend
ant boee a med, Herbert IHcklneoo, ehall person
ally be and appear befoia aaid circuit court, oa
the ire' car of the next term thereof, to be bolden
at Hock Island la and for the id county, on I be
rat MoBflar la eotember next. andnleaaLanawer
or demur to the aaid complainant' bill of com
plaint, id same ana tne matter ana tBing
therein charged and .la tad will ta taken a con
fcaajed, and a decree entered against job accord'
lag to the prayerof eid bill.
ueobob w. UALB.i;jerK.
Rock Tlnd. HI.. May t. 1WS
B. R. Kbswobtbt, Complainant'. Solid ter.
8TATB OF ILLINOIS, I
Hoca 1lsbd CocaTT, I
la the cirenlt cmn. in chancery. Forecloanre,
vroerai no. eir.iw,
. F. RobinKon, tra.tee for Oscar A. B.rohart
v.. nowatd t Ua-dler and Mary C. Chandler.
Palic notice ia berebv civea that in tinraaanee
of a dvr roe entered br eaid. eoart. In the abore
eaiitled ranee, nn the 1st bay nf May, A. D.
land, I, Klwin K. farmenter, master la chancery
of lb. it'll circuit eoor: of Heck Inland county.
w ii on eaiuraaT.ine a, in nay or vne, a. it.,
IHfM, at the hour nf 1 o'clock in the afternoon, l
the aortb door of the conn hoase. In the eitvof
Hock Ialaod. in the aald coantr and Hate. nll at
Bubllc Tcndue to I he hiirhest bidder f
cah, a.l od neular, the followlnf descrlboc
prrmlaes and rem estate Inaaidderree mentioned
United n te coanty of Rock I.land and tate
of Illinois, or o maca thereof may be Bicea-
nrr to eaiisiy saia aecree, to-wn:
The wist half ml of the northeast qotrter (,
and the northwest quarter I1! of the aouthea.1
iuartcr (1(1, all incc;lon thirteenth (13 , town
ship izteea (liil nortn rat ae See 5 wrat of the
4th p. n containing 1J0 acres more or less.
i atea .nay im, iwm. ilwii m. raanairrsm.
Matter in Chancery. Nock I.land county. III.
B. R. KmwoBTBT, 8olic!tor.
Where are you going, my pretty maid
8o modest and sedate !
To church, kind sir, she sweetly said,
And I am afraid I'm late.
Can I (to, too? And when there
We quickly can be wed;
You bet your life; I'm stuck on yon,
For your clothes are up-to-date.
Many thanks! cried lie, for admiring them.
l ney are my tailor's pxxi taste.
And anyone wanting fine clothes.
Goto lloppe's and have them made to the
CJuef u s taste.
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed.
Rog en field Bros.,
1609 THIBD AVENCE
tOtk Bar- V.tS
THE ABOVE RESULTS,
It qnlrklr and surelr re
nov-s &reoiisness. fmi
Kiahllv KmlHlnn,. lTvll
Wasting diaeaaes and all efferts of self-abuse or
stress and Indisrretlon. Restores Ijst VlUkllty.
rower and Failina Memory. Wards oir insanity
and ennaomntlon. Cure when aUotbersralL Insju
n Banna: VITA I.l. no other. On he earned In
theeestpoeket. By mall $t.OOper packawaraia
"e S5.M wiia a (narantee to Cure or Kef and
the Urniey, llrrular Free. Addres
CALUMET MEDICINE Ca. CHICAGO. ILL
For sd by Ksrslull Fisbcf and Harta S
1. H. BRIGGS,
RealEsUte, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO BEST.
Offlce IMS Second Ara.. Book Island.
oa hand 40 lot fa Bonth Bosk TaatmJ a
easy terms ; Just oatetde the city limits: tood
era:er;)ow Uirs, and cheap msnracee. Tan lota
r '211? FtSSth 2emB?
Ms aTiBI " property ta tba city for
TRICKS OF THE COOKS AND THE
MARKETMEN OF PARIS.
We often hear people who bare paid
15 minute visita to Paris talk of the
beauties of Parisian cuisine. Here are
a few of - them. Just as the Parisians,
like the cockney coffeehouse keepers,
have found out how to make coffee
without coffee, so have also the Parisian
restaurateurs; found out how to make
bouillon, or beef tea, without beet At
the gargotes, the lowest class of Paris
restaurants; a speciea of very ingenious
fraud has now been common for over
half a century and maybe more. It con
sists in passing off warm water, colored
and flavored with burned onions and
caramel and into which some little
grease babbles have been injected, as
soup. It is true that bones which hare
been twice stewed, first by the larger
restaurants and secondly by the inferior
class of traiteurs and cast away as done
with, are stewed in this water for thn
third time, in order that it may be im
pregnated, if possible, with some parti
cle of animal substance ; but, as this op
eration fails to impart to it those little
greasy bubbles which the French term
eyes, and for which the shrewd fre
quenters of these establishments invaria
bly look in order to satisfy themselves
that the broth they drink has been act
ually made from meat, a clever cook
got over the difficulty by blowing a
spoonful or fish oil, which, falling into
the caldron or soap tureen, formed the
eyes so dear to epicures.
Parisians of a certain class are inordi
nate eaters of ham in fact, almost as
many hams are eaten in Paris as oonld
be famished by all the pigs killed
throughout the whole of France, even
allowing for both shoulder and leg be
ing cared in accordance with French
practice. The demand used and may
be now to be supplied in this wise.
The dealers in cooked hams bought tip
the old ham bones at a couple of sous a
piece and ingeniously inserted them into
pieces of picked pork, which they trim
med into shape and coated with grated
crusts. Iu this way many bones did duty
hundreds ox runes over, lasting, in fact.
for years. They would leave the dealers
in the morning and frequently return
to them the same night, to quit them
again the following day. Nevertheless
the supply could hardly keep pace with
the demand Only fancy the inconven
ience of having to wait for your ham
until your neighbor's servant took back
the ham bone which the charcutier re
lied upon receiving yesterday I It was to
obviate such a state of things that an
ingenious individual conceived the idea
of manufacturing ham bones wholesale,
and ere long he drove a thriving trade
at 10 sous a dozen, since which time
the stock of bams has augmented and
the delicacy has become less difficult of
attainment: Much in the same way an
other ingenious individual, knowing the
immense consumption of cocks combs in
Paris for ragouts, coquilles of cocks'
combs and vol-an-vents and seeing the
high prices the said cocks' combs com
manded owing to the limited supply,
set to work to minister to the demand
and duly established himself as a man
ufacturer of cocks' combs. So extensive
was the trade done by him that he
found it necessary to set up a small
steam engine. He was a great enthusiast
and was accustomed to pride himself
upon the artificial cocks' combs which
emanated from his atelier being great
ly superior to the natural article.
This is the way oar afrtist went to
work. As the same method is largely
worked at this day in London as well
as in Paris ay, and in New York and
New Orleans we purposely use the
present tense for a time. He takes the
palate of a bollock, cow, calf, sheep or
goat either will do, though he prefers
the first. After having blanched it in
boiling water he macerates it and de
taches the flesh of the palatic vault
without in the slightest degree derang
ing it and then places it under a stamp
ing machine, which punches out cocks'
combs more perfect in shape than those
produced by nature, yet sufficiently re
sembling them to deceive the connois
seurs. Still, there is a way of detecting
the artificial production the cocks'
combs of clumpy nature have papilla) on
both sides, whereas those of art have
them only on one. Counterfeit cocks'
combs are sold as low as 4 sous the
dozen in Paris to poulterers, keepers of
restaurants, pastry cooks, etc., and at 6
sous to cooks in private families.
Apropos of our subject, this man, in
his intercourse with poulterers, got to
learn that when they did not sell their
turkeys off at once they were obliged
to lower the price about one-fifth every
subsequent day or submit to a loss, al
though the tarkey might present the
same appearance of freshness that it did
when first killed. And yet no cook could
be deceived, and this solely because the
bird's legs, which were black and shiny
on the day of its death, assumed a more
and mors grayish tone as time went on.
This was quite sufficient for our man of
genius. The shrewd manufacturer of
cocks' combs hastened home and set to
work to compound a varnish which
should defy tho attacks of time and
tender turkeys' legs ever fresh and
TouthinJ. In a couple cf days he return'
cd triumphant to the market and fur
nished the beat proof of his success by
deceiving the dealers themselves. Trials
were next made upon the public, and
turkeys with varnished legs were offered
to the cunningest cooks, who, deceived
by appearances, made their purchases
without demanding the customary
abatement, and the conservation of the
brilliant luster of turkeys legs became
from that time forward a regular trade,
which certainly says little for the hon
esty of the poulterers, less for the judg
ment of the cooks, and least of all for
the aaammcd delicacy of taste of the Pa
risian gourmets. London Globe.
Cennteilalt Baaailee arnni.i Sillfliaal
Baa Boasaa, Btaaapsdl CekaCaaBha Baat
amaihrel Tarkey Vtgm Are Bona eg the
JOTTINGS FROM J08LIN.
JosLnr, May. 26 Charles Ward
haa now become weighmastar at the
Joslln creamery, which ia very cob
venient to his residence.
Supervisor Swank is reported to be
Enirene Hart has finished the oaint-
iog off thai Payne residence and is
now f eneaeea painting uharles Os
borne s wind mill, barn and resi
dence. Sin Robert I Peel once said: "I
never knew a man to escape failure.
either in mind or body, who was in
tne naoit.oi working seven days in
The train due at Joslin' at 6:41 a.
m. was six and one-half hours late
Monday, and the evening mail train
was seven honrs late, whlch was
caused by two washouts, one north
and one east of Savanna.
W. A. Dunahey and Horace Ball
are now the agents of the Interna
tional Food company, and were the
recipients Saturday last of a very
Handsome covered pedaling convey
ance for two horses, which will be
nsed to carry the goods through the
conn tr v.i
Otto Nold, son of Henrv Nold, who
hsd been afflicted with pulmonary
troubles since last fall, died Fri
day morning last. He was interred
at ttock island tjunday last, the
funeral cortege leaving Joslin on the
early morning train. Then were
quite a number of neighbors and
friends of the deceased assembled at
the station, some of whom ' accom
panied the remains to Koek Island.
Judge Sseane and John Mchnirv
came to Joslin on business Tuesday
morning last, iney met with M.
McGinnis, who runs a steam ditcher
and who has done so much ditching
in Whiteside county and other
places. Mr. McGinnis is endeavor
ing to create an interest among own
ers of low lands on Hock river bottom
with the idea of opening out what is
always known as the "county ditch."
Wednesday evening last the light
ning struck or entered the brick
residence of Mrs. Hiram Walker. It
is supposed to hsve entered the
chimney. It was a very severe
shock, still no member ot the fam
ily was injured. The window
lights and sash were broken, plas
tering cracked; and itknocked off the
bureau looking glass, the carpet was
area, and the oil cloln was cut as
elean as if it hsd been cat with a
knife. It damaged the furniture,
visited nearly every room in the
house, glided down the outside of a
guubarrei, breaking off a portion of
the stock, knocked off a portion ol
the trigger, and yet it did not ex
plode the gun, although it was loaded
and capped. The electric fluid per
formed all these fantastic capers in
the twinkling of an eye.
SlULTL'M IN t"AKVO.
COAL TA1XBT CULLINGS,
Coal Valley, May 26. John A.
Wilson was here Saturday saluting
John Campbell, of New York, i
visiting relatives in Bnral.
Mrs. Andrew tireer, of Beardstown,
visited William Greer, Sr., last week.
John W. Pry co passed the examin
ation at the miners and engineers'
meeting at Decatur.
The'strawberry social atBeulah on
the 22d was a very interesting gath
ering: and it was a financial success.
canaries k. reters is now aoie to
walk without a cane for the first time
since his recent fall from a bicycle
Hiss Clara Nets won the first prize
and Miss Tina Lees the second at
the Jacobs contest Llastt Saturday
inure was a meeting last evening
to see what could be done toward
celebrating the Fourth of July. The
prospects are favorable.
Dr. V. F. Myers attended the Slate
Medical Society meeting at Ottawa
last weex. When he came home be
was quite sick, but is now able to at-
tena to his practice.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook cele
brated their golden wedding last
Friday, surrounded by their children
and grandchildren, of whom there
are quite a number. The honored
couple received many appropriate
and useful presents in remembrance
of the golden occasion. Mr. and
Mrs Richard Callahan have also cele
brated their semi-centennial of wed
Ism LI Tne saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
she had consumption and that there
was no hope) for her, bat two bottles
oi ur. rung's New Discovery com'
pletely cured her and she says it
saved her life. Thomas Eggers, 139
Florida street, San Francisco, suf
fered from a dreadful cold, approach
ing consumption, tried without re
sult everything else, then bought
one bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
ery ana in two weeks was enrea
He is naturally thankful. It is such
results, ot which these are samples,
that prove the wonderful efficacy of
this medicine in coughs ana colds.
Free trial bottles at HarU At Ullo
meyer's drng store. Regular size.
iw cents and 61.
There will be a grand concert
at Angustana college on Commence
ment aay, aiay z, at p. m.
Uoanod's famous Messe Solennelle
will be rendered by the Angustana
conservatory. The lull text is given
in the program ia Latin, English and
Swedish. The Latin text will be
sung. Selections from other ora
torios will also be rendered, closing
with Handel's "Hallela jan,"organ,or-
cneatra and piano accompaniments.
Admission 96 and 50 easts. Seats
reserved at Angustana Book concern.
June with its balmy breeses will
briag several important nuptial
Tents ia which some ot onr pro mi-
Bent young peopie wiu ngure.
The wedding ol Hiss Annie Star-
ofsky. of Moline, and John P. Dolly,
ot the firm of Dolly Bros., ia an
nounced to occar next month.
Announcement is made of the en
gagement of Miss Alice Avery, one
ot Evanston's prominent ladies, and
George W. Blakealey, bookkeeper for
the Bock Island Stove company. The
reaaing occurs Jane 9.
The engagement of Miss Elisabeth
Montgomery, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Robert Montgomery, of Rey
nolds, and William Stewart, son
ot Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Stewart.
805 Nineteenth street, is announced.
Mr. and Mr. S. D. Cleland, 639
Twentieth street, announce the en
gagement of their daughter. Miss
Blanche Cleland, and Mr. McLean,
an assistant professor in the state
university at Champaign.
21 L. Simon and A. Mosenfelder
to J. A. Sargent, lot 11 block 2. Col
umbia Park add.. Bock Island, f 400.
Sarah L. Gregjj to Simon McMahon,
Sr., 70 feet lot 12, block 1, P.
Gregg's add.. Bock Island, $1,150.
A. r. Sheagren to Albert K. Sho-
gren et al, lots 1 and 2, block 2,
Guver's second add.. Bock Island,
Belle C. Jones to Anna G. Cod
ding, lot 15, block 1, Twentieth street
add.. Bock Island. $2,650.
22 John Konoskv to Marie A.
Limberg, part lot 13, block 3, Twen
tieth street atid.. Bock Island, $1,450.
Abigail G. Jamison to Gustaf T.
Voelckers. lot SO, Martha A. Rod
man's add.. Bock Island, $1,300.
23 J. M. O. Bruner to Alice Bru-
ner, part assessor's lot 2, 32, 18, Iw,
hity ot Moline, $1.
lierthold Ivowentbal and Bettie
Block to John Grogan, su blots 4 and
6, block 7, Spencer & Case's add .
Kack island, fouo.
Taa Hale Mot lee.
Notice is hereby given that the
sale of lands and lots on which the
tsxes are delinquent will be held at
the court house commencing at 10
o'clock a. m., Jane 8. The sale ot
the several towns will be held on the
following dates as near as practica-
Jane- 8 Cordova, Coe, 'Canoe
Creek, Zuma, Port Byron and Hamp
ton. June 9 Black Hawk, Andalusia,
Drary, Buffalo Prairie, Bowling and
June 10 Coal Yallev. Bnral, South
Rock Island and South Moline.
Jane 11 Moline.
Jane 12 Bock Island.
Kelt York FlnaaclsL
New York, May ST.
Honey on call was easy at t per rent.;
prime mercantile paper, 4Cfr5tt"per cent.;
sterling exchange easy, with aetnal bosi-
neas in banker' bills' at sHHHwwni for de
mand and 487Htfl7?$ for sixty days; pouted
rales. 48o4t0 and 4ta"4&480; commercial
Silver rertiflcatea, SBHK68i: no Bale; bar
ailver. S8V4: Mexican dollars, uUL.
united ntatee government bonds steady;
new 4's registered, 116; do coupons. Uti:
S's registered, lim; do. coupons, 1U!3.; 4.
registered, l't: do. coupons, 1IH; Z's regis
tered, 84H: Pacific S's of H7. KCf).
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. Hay Tt.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat May. opened
6eAc. closed 6Hc; Jane, opened sKic, closed
SHc; July, opened c, rloeed fiMftc. Corn-
May, opened zl9V, closed STc; July, opened
SKVfcc, closed mc; September, opened
closed 2Hc. Oats May. nominal,
closed 17ic; July, opened 18)c. closed 18c;
September, opened lfc, closed lH'c. Pork
May, nominal, closed $A.S5: July, opened
So.95. closed $7.0St. Lard May. nominal.
closed M.L.T-; JoJy, opened S4.17H. closed
Produce: Butter Extra creamery, 15c per
lb.: extra dairy, 1213c; fresh packing
atock. "c. Eggs Fresh stock, per
dozen. Live poultry Turkeys, a&IO per
lb.; chickens (hens), 7KSc; rooster. 6c;
ducks, SglOc: geese. t4.i25.00 per dozen.
Potatoes Burbanka. lalSe per bushel;
mixed, 8lic. New Potatoes, fl.7S$2.75 per
bbl. Apples Fair to fancy, tS.UXi.7b per
bbl. Honey White clover, I&g.ltc per lb.;
broken comb. S&10r; extracted. 5oc. Straw
berries Michigan, TScStl-OU per M-qoart
Chicago Live Stack.
Cricauo. May S7.
Live Stock Price at the Union Stock
yards today ranged as follow: Hogs Esti
mated receipts for the dav. 9.nai; sales
ranged at $2 W43.n pigs, $3.3V3.flO light,
$2X13 3 m rough packing. S3.1V&I.4 mixed,
and .'USf&3.a) heavy packing and shipping
Hay Timothy. SM: aplaao, fSfJSIS: wild.
ta castas, ItVie; free
Cattle Batebara pay for ears fed attar
bbs hat fata. SoSSHc; calve.
Children Cry for
Sometimes quality is sacrificed in the
, effort to give big quantity for little money.
No doubt about that
But once in a while it isn't.
For instance, there's " BATTLE AX."
The piece is biepjer than you ever saw
' before for 5 cents. And the quality is as
many a man has said. 44 mighty good.
There's no guess work in this statement.
It is just a plain tact.
You can Drove it bv investine 5 cants
ta "BATTLE AX."
At K. Serin's, 202 Eighteenth
street, under Rock Island
National bank. Suits repaired,
cleaned and washed on short
notice. All work first-class.
30 years experience. Cloth
ing called for and delivered.
TBY THE NEW SHOP.
I a Local Dice , and
m the result or cold
aad sudden climatic
It can be cured by a
tileasant remedy which
s applied directly Into
ttw nostril. Being;
quickly aneoibeS it
give relief at once.
Open and cleanses lb.
Nasal F.aaaver. Allay.
Pain and Inflammation,
Heal the torea. Pro
COLD " HEAD
tect the Mem bran from Cold, He stores the
Senses of Taste sad Smell. The Balm ia quick Ir
absorbed and give relief at onee. Price M oents
at Druggist or by mail.
BLT BROTHERS, WWemnltreat, Hew Tork.
The only Bate, sure and
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. Ask for
and take no other. Skitd fob cibctxab.
Price 81.00 per box, 6 boxes for $5.00.
BL UOTTS CHEE1CAL CO, CWwlasd, Obit
Bold by T. H. Thomas, drogfut.
OMCC MORE in barmnw.
with the world, 2COO
completely cured men ara
"B"ff nappy praise for
the areateat. grand
est and mo-t mo
nasful cure for sex
Bal weakness and
it vigor known to
medical scienca. Aa
account of th Is m-tirj-f
ul tiumnrg. In
book form, with ref
erence and proofs,
will hetaenc In uf.
faring men (sealed) free. Full manly rim
permanently restored. Failure Impossible.
fJUE BEMCU CO,EUFFMS,N.L
am i.i. ia nn Bsva.
aloas, etc eaased mj paa abases. aire tur ana etas
asaaranfcea oiaaaa, aaat afn-UjrBtMrelr ntree
baas BsnaMseeMl in ;n r rsua. HwrafrMmTn
purtrt. rrl a ijee s svu su (or wus,
aieraai a ai-aeaw-ei as ,neaae aasaaFvegfawali . lua'
any m imllmlnm, ears nautMsah laBAM. It
soar arnzjn-sua, bmps. i. w
OLD at the Harper Hons Drag Pharmacy,
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in vapw a wen
Vsre aaass --" Vi i I "J I
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rnoavca ns aaovB L5"r - r , T
Oil-rial! VBlI OF
X. I vv
Sawed building stone,
. . Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by bob. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plsns seat
os for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at onr expanse.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. A Q. B. B.
Trains Nos. ft and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos ol
Buildings can be seen at Boom
No. 12. Mitchell ALynde's build
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona, IU.
Baths of all kinds, inoluding
Turkish, plain, shampoo, lee
trio, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarlam
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From ff a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gas
tlsaien From t p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week dsys On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. in
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time ttoring buslnsss hours.
Gymnasium no enacted with bath
ENGLISH QUICtS 5?T
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MAM OUT OF HE IP I
GREAT DJGUSil REKLXDf
la SSoays by a new perfected (etentlfe mil
that Beano fall sadeas the caw la lu iimS hasten
Met swpau.ee tho Bias dar: feel
every aay; aooa know yourself a klaf
a la hod, jmiot aad heart. Drain sal
r" fanes, win, , ,g . hrata pas
when fanaaar aaa - - - If ...l.ri.l .
tsnaM raMfeQy. uud vary where. Banted
ttvtL hut bmalnrtS. A. t. Belse Pwattfe
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