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THB ABeUB, TUESDAY; JULY 28 1896.
for Infants and
OTHERS, Do You Know
tatomu'B Imipe, lfrey '-'wM nny so-caUod Soothing Syrup, aoj
bum noMMi fur cnudrca are composed of o;iinm cr morphine r
Pw Tow Know that opium u4 morphine are superfine narcotic poison f
P Tew Know that u m.. . .untiles dr-jut ar doi permuted to teU Mfcouca
Itlltcut ubslinc them potsoa f
Po Tow. KnMr that yon rvrcJd not peimn any modjeiar. so ltao your rtiii
tales o ot joor chyrtclan know of wtmt tt U composed f
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latfiffrwtk'aUr-vubiurxsl alttl vtcry fenttlaf "T
p Tow Krnow diM t'auurta Is tne pmrrlpttoo of tne fatuous lr ftanmri fiti-her
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f d other foMdiiai fur rMilran omcUoetf f
pn Ton Know that tha Patent Office Department of tne lotted Wate. and of
Ota- comtnaa. ban Issued eicruaive right to Vt. lltcher and bia assigns to uw the word
" Castorl " and Hi formula, and that to Imitate tbem la a state prison offense J
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Uonuea Caaturla had Uwa proven to h absolute! j liaraxlbia!
Po Ton Know that 33 averag) dose of Castor are fumil.ed tor 3&
wata, or one aunt doo
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sa kept wall, aad that .t mar aa unl kea rest f
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Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
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Latests News of the Doings of
the Populist Leaders.
BENATOB EUTLEB 15 FULL CHARGE.
Temporary Ilc-adquartrra at Waahin(ton
No Formal Xotificatioa of Bryan A
Ratification Meetiua; Inatrad Isnatlas
Donnrlly, Diactuted, Will Retire to Bia
Books After Thla Battle Is Over Pettl-s-rew
Cute the Laat Tie That Bound Him
to the Kcpubllcana. 1
ST. Louis, July 23. The affairs of the
People' party are now in the hands of
Senator Butler, of North Carolina, the
new chairman of the national executive
committee. Yesterday the nine members
of the retiring Populist executive commit
tee made a formal settlement with the
new committee. They turned over to
Chairman Butler and Secretary Edgerton
all the money on hand, and their accounts
were approved. Very few of the new mem
bers remained in the city far the Monday
msbtinfr. They authorized Chairman But
ler and Secretary Edjrerton to audit the
accounts and battened home to prepare for
the ranipnifrn. The Silver party hns cs-
tablishttl temiHiniry headquarters it the
Corcoran building, WusUington.
No Formal Notification of Uryaa.
It is rumored that the Populist national.
executive committee will ulso make its
hrcidiuurterg in that, city, but Chuirman
Duller refused to either conlirm or deny
tho titatement. Charles B. Lane, chair
man of tho Silver national committee, t-fi
last night for his homo in California, lie
will stop at Lincoln, Neh., and hold a con-
ferenco with Bryan. While it has not yet
been definitely di-cidi-d. there will pnbci
bly be no formal nolilication of Uryun by
cither the Populists or Silver men. It
was lisirned from a tirominent western
mi iulxTof the Silver national eoitituittee
that it is the intention of both the Silver
nnd Populist committees to waive the
usual formal notification, and on Aug. 12
hold a ratification meeting in New York,
at whlrh Bryan's nomination for the presi
dency will bo announced.
Talk of Faalon In MioarL
A proposition looking to the fusion of
the two parties in Missouri on Ihe state
ickrt has, it is stated, been made by the
Populists to the Democratic leaders, who
have it under consideration. As the price
for this fusion .the Populists arc said to
hnve demand. that they be given eight
out of the seventeen presidential electors,
In tho state. If this concession is not
made the Populists will put a state ticket
ill the 4icld at their convention, which
will be held at Sedalia next Thursday.
Tin: miiile-of-ti:i:-i;oad men.
Clrttintr lloaily to Make Trouble for the
Bryan Fusion Move.
Tho "middle-of-the-road"' delegates to
the Populist national convention have ap
pointed a "provisional national commit
tee" to decide upon the. future action of
the Populists in casa Bryan should not ac
cept the nomination tendered him or in
dorse the platform adopted by the conven
tion. Henry L. Call, of N.cv lork city,
delegatc-at-large from the state of New-
York to the Populist convention nnd a
prominent ' midda-Jof-the-road Ponuli.it,
has Ixvn appointed chairman of this pro
He said last night that in order to be in
readiness to act in such a contingency a
letter has been addressed to delegates in
each state asking them to furnish him the
"names and addresses of all prominent
Populists in your state opposed to the
nomination of W lllium J. Bryan. Also
keep me advised of the sentiments of
the part v nnd of any steps taken or de
cision reached toward independent politi
This letter was Rent out in ptirsuanco of
a motion adopted by the temporary or
ganization of tho dissenting delegates of
the convention. The resolution savs:
'That the committee heretofore antminted
to ascertain the decision of illiam J.
Bryan relative to his acceptance of the
nomination for president of the I nitcd
"tatos tendered him by the People s partv
in convention assembled, and further to
ascertain his willingness to indorse the
platform adopted by 6aid party iu said
convention be required to report- withm
1'F.TTIGKF.W StMlS A KEMtiNATION,
No Iincrr a Krpuhllean Concrcaaional
CoinniUteeiiiau The IH-iuocrat.
Washingtos, July yS. Senator Petti-
grcw. of South Dakota, who followed Sen-
I at or Teller in his bolt from the Itcpuhli
can national convention at St. Louis, has
resigned as a member of the Republican
I congressional committee. The vacancy
has not yet lcen filled. There arc a num
ber of avowed advocates of the gold stan
dnrd on the Democratic congressional
committee standing practically as much
la opiMisition ni the Democratic platform
nnd ticket as Senator Pcttigrcw did to the
itepuldican, but no resignations have lxvn
reputed up to this date from the Dcnio
It is said that when tho TVinnerntic na
tional committee opens headquarters a
few ilays hence, one of the first fsubjects to
ne uiKen up win ue tne atliltiiie ot certain
men toward tho national platform and
ticket, who having been nominated as
presidential electors on tho Democratic
ticket prior to the C'hioairu convention
have siuce that time repudiated both the
puitf.m and the ticket, ond arcpubiu-iy
credited with the intention to vote for Mo
WILL RETIRE TO HIS BOOKS.
Donnrlly May Now Have Time to Finish
That Shakeepeare Cryptogram.
MisSKATOLls, July 28. Ignatius Don
nelly returned home yestcrdny from St.
Louis. The sage was in a bad temper, and
declared that he would not support Sidney
M. Owen for congress, lie gave as a rea
son the deep humiliation which wa
heaped upon him at St. Louis bf the Min-
sota delegation. In the next issue of his
pnier, 1 he Keprcsentative, Donnelly will
any: "We have done. We shall support
Mr. Brvaa and the Populist state ticket
until the end of tho campaign, and we
shall then withdraw from public life for
ever. We are tired of working for those
who wonld destroy us.
DnnncllT says further that he will retire
to his study and seek in the domain of let
ters su recuse from politics and politicians.
In speaking of Bryan's nomination he
ay there were so many men at St. Louis
who were candidates for office and who
hoped, fur Uantucrstic indorsement ta
their respective" district that' they swept
tfco convention tj Bryan.s He adds that
Bryan is talkinlr too much and is stand-
Jng over a powder magazine.
WHAT CLEVELAND WROTE IN 93.
Warned the Sooth Again tho "Hercsy"
of Free Silver Coinage.
N ew Oki eaxs July 28. The Picayune's
special from Jackson, Miss., quotes a let
ter written by President Cleveland on
May 1, on the eve of the Demo
cratic convention of that year to the late
Judge L. Q. C. Lamar, in which the presi
dent, discussing his probablo candidacy,
siys: "I can easily be disposed of, either
by the sehtction of "a candidate lnoroavail
nble or by the adoption of a campaign
policy on the financial question which I
am no; willing to further.
"In the first case I shall be a happy
helper; in the second I shall sadly await
the announcement of a party defeat which
will be predetermined. Our southern
friends, if they persist, will be left alone
with their free coinage heiesy. The dan
. ger is that another southern idea and a
charge of heedlessness for the public
safety on the financial question will uo
service in the place of the memories of the
civil war. Tho Question Is often and
ustiflably put by fricndlv southerners:
Can Cleveland carrv New York?
The answer fs readv as to Cleveland or
any over man, if the Democracy is at all
wink on tho coinage question. As one
whip loves his conntrv and believes that
her interest is liound up in Democratic
supremacy, I urn most uncomfortable and
unhappy in the fear that the south will
not'seo until too late the dunger of their
marring all. If I should read this I hard
ly think I should send it, but it goes laden
with affection aud the most tender memor-
31 ANY VISlTOltS TO BRYAN.
More Than II la Home at Lincoln Can Ac
eniinuotlhte Interviews Declined.
Liscolx, Xcb July 2S. The stream of
visitors to the BryHn home was greater
yesterday than upon' any day since the first
after Ids ui rival from Chicago. They
iune from all sections of tho country.
From the enst came the editor of a paper
t Wilmington, Del., who called toassuio
llryan that the preference for the single
ld standard in the eastern states is not
nearly so unanimous as has been made to
appear. There is but one room in the
Bryan home open to the reception of vis
itors, nnd during the entire day waiting
visitors were q muring the Nebraska ozone
from the Bryan front porch, while those
who had forestalled thera were being cn-
taincu witliiu. ' -
Bryan expresses the utmost confidenca
that a wise and gratifying solution of the
perplexing conditions Will lie presented
and adopted iu duo and good time, and
that the solution will be both honorable
and satisfactory to nil parties. Further
than this he declined to talk in relation to
tho situation. Every entreating inquiry
calculated to fathom his plans or purposes
met wirh the simple response-, "I must de
cline to le interviewed concerning the St.
Louis convention or its results. '
1 iftcntioiis of the Silver PiartyV -KewYork,
July 28. William P. St,
John, treasurer of the National Silver
party, has returned from the St. Louis
convention. He said: "The National
Silver party has accepted all invitation
from Baltimoro merchants to notify
Messrs. Bryan mid Scwall in the city of
Baltimore. Tho notification will be mndo
bout fourteen days after the Democratic
notification in New York. In state and
municipal affairs the National Silver
party will not move. llus will leave the
Hcmihlicans to vote their own state ticket,
but the National Silver party will have a
congressional candidate in every district
where the Democratic nominee favors the
Jones Confers with Governor Stone.
JkkkehsoS CITY, Mo.. July i8. Major
T. O. Towles, of this city, secretary of the
National Bimetallic League, who was
closely nllied with Governor Stone nnd
Senator Jones in their light for Bryan
during the t. Louis convention, met Sen
ator Jones in Kansas City yesterday and
accompanied him to Jefferson City. Gov
ernor Stone met them at the station with
his carriage, but nolxidy would talk about
the interview. After the conference Sen
ator Jones took tho evening train for St
Appeal to Major McKiiilcy.
West Xkwtox, Mass., July 2S. Hon
Horatio King, ex-postmaster general, has
sent a letter to Hon. William McKinley
in which he nys: I lie danger now
threatrning the stability of the United
States is most appalling. It is
vour opportunity to place your name
along with that of Lincoln, high on tho
roll of honor and fame. You can well
afford to set aside for the time being all
minor political questions and lead off
resolutely in a war against the free silver
craze, Populists and anarchists.
Thurston to Speak in Wisconsin.
Ou MIA. July . Senator Thurston
will make a political address at the Chau
tauqua at Madison, Wis., July SI, and will
open the campaign in iscotimem at Mil
waiikce, Aug. 5, at the meeting of tho
K?piihl.can state convention Later he
will speak iu Indiana, Michigan and Illi
Her Name Is "Mary Elizabeth."
ST. Ixiris, Julv 2S. Mrs. Mary Eliza-
lieth Lease says that the ambition of her
life Is to be known the country, over by
the name of Mary Elizabeth, not "Mary
Kllen, as some papers have it.
On the Base Ball Diamond.
CmcAGO, Jul -". Base Will scores re
corded by League clulis were: At Chi
cago Pittsburg 3, Chicago U; at Cincin
natiCleveland 2. Cincinnati 3; at St
Louis LouisvilW 3, St. Louis 6.
Western League: At Indianapolis
Kansas City 5, Indianapolis 8; at Grand
Hnpids Milwaukee 5, Grand . Rapid 0;
(second game) Milwaukee 5,Grand liapids
8; at Detroit Minneapolis 2, Detroit 3; at
Columbus St. Paul 5, Columbus 7.
Western Association: At Dubuque
Burlington 3, Dubuque 7.
Can Transmit Fietares by Wire.
NEW Yoi:k, July 2S. Dr. Frank M.
Close, of Oakbind, CaL, has perfected a
machine by means of which pictures of
scenes may be transmitted by a wire. The
apparatus closely resembles in principle
Sir John MUlaia la Dying.
London, Jnly Si.'-It is announced that
Sir John E. Millais, the president of the
Uoyal Academy, is now in such a critical
condition that he is unable to take nour
ishment and that the end i only a que
taonof few day., ' .
Politics Too Kuril for Baae Balk
Peoria, Bis., July 28. The Peoria
Western association team disbanded last
night, and Manager Dugdale says the en
tire league has decided on disbandment.
The political excitement has detracted
from base ball and reduced tho attendance
so that it would jrio longer pay. '
Bnlun-ayo Again Invented.
Lokdok, July 28. A dispatch from
Cape .Town reports that intelligence "re-
reived from Buluwayo is that the Mata
bele are again massing around that place.
1 he situation seerns no better than it was
last April, when Buluwayo was prac
tically besieged for weeks.
Insulted the Spanish Premier. .
Madrid, July 2S. A man believed to be
insane forced his way into the presence of
the Premier Scnor Canovas del Castillo
and insulted and threatened him. lie
was promptly arrested.
STATU or" ILLINOIS,
Mock Iblakd ootnrrr.
Circuit court, September term, A. D.
In r petition of Rort tslsnd and l" latere Illi-
noia UaiiWAT company to condemn riirhlof war.
Affidavit of the non-reeidence of tbe dcfi-n'-
unts, Penr Kr:ell. Anna M. Wadswcrlh,
William C. Wail wo tb. Kmc Prater. H. nry
r iaer, ioeph'me Pettierew and FettiKrew
ner nnsuaiKD. uvnc been I'.Kd in tne e crk'e or-
ficc of the ciicuit court ef ea d connte, no ice fa
iiererore nen.ey invm to tne eaid non-resi-
ucnt drfencania thut the pctitfoncr flleil la
tition in ssU court, on 'he chancery eide there
of, on the twenty-n n!h (20) da of May, 1S9B, and
that taeroup'm a eumnions leaned ont of raid
court, wht rtin eaid huit is now pending, retnrnar
hie on the am Monday In the month of Septem
ber next. a i by law reauiioa.
now. tinieas vou tne said non-rcElaent dr-
fendau s above named, Peter tared, Anna at
v aut-itn. vt ii -lain i: w nurworm, mte i raeer,
Henry Eraser. Joicimine Pettisrcw anl Peai-
grew.nhali peref)nur he and appear before said cir
c lit ccurt, on the llrat day of the next term there;
of. to be holden at Knck Island in aud for the aaid
county, on the fl'et Vondnyin September next,and
plead, answer or demur to the eaid petltloneis'
petition, the same and the matters and
unties t- en-in ctiar.:rd and stated will be taken
aft confessed, and a decree entered against you
accordlnc. to the praver of said bill.
Kock island. 111., July is, 1898.
tiEoiioK W. GAnsLn. Clerk.
Haas A Ei ror.D., Complainant's Solicitor
In the circnit court of eaid cennty, at the Soptcra-
oer u-rm, lemj.
Caroline Southern. Diana Irwin. Emma'ine
Stootriolt v.Mnry I.aFonte, Andrew J. Llaht,
Joseph Lfirht, Mary .Millard. Emma llarlwell. J.
W Liitlit. Iyinisat-cdcinzton. Laeinda liodkin-
son. Join l.irht. Itohert l.iifbt. atinvnla Aniler-
foii, Charles A. l.iirnt. John I! Lurht, Slnnha
Linht. Kohecca Schuliz, William F. Ll"hk Holiert
A. L:i;ht. Annie LitfM, Sarah M. Deal, .lane
caundcrs, Kmma lhait, B. Light, Anna A. Tal
linn, rinrence l.ivht. Matie K. Light. Jnv W.
Li'ht, William Dm-inlietry ami William Dtism
berry. administrator of the estate of Jo-eoh
Lif lit. deceased.
Atlldavit of non rest'lenee of Mirv LsFore.
Andrew J. I.iCht. Jiiaenh l.icht. Mure MiliBrd.
Emma llartweli.C. W. I.l;;ht. Loiiino tixlilinc-
ioti. Lucinda Iloilkinson, John I.ieht. Holx rt
I.iiibt. Mineola Andi man. t'harlea A. I.iirht, John
H. Light. Rebecca eieMiliz. William K. Lialit,
le.b,rt A. Lielit. Annie Liuht. Hnrah M. Ileal.
Jane Saunders. Emma Foot, B. O. Light. Anna
A Talhott. t lorence Li-jtit, Mntlc E. Light, .lav
W. Light, the nhove defendants having been filed
in the clerk's office of the circuit court of said
county, notice is hereby given to the said non
resident defendants ti,at the complainant filed
their bill of complaint- ;n said court, on the chan
cery side thereof, on the 2sth day of May, ltii'D, and
thut tluTtiupon a eutumons ieeucd out of eaid
court, wherein eaid suit is now oendinir. retnroa-
oie on tne ari .vionaay m me montn or aepiemrier
iicAi, kb ib oy law reqnirca. .iGW, unless you,
the aid non-rebident defendants above named,
ehall personally he and appear before the eaid
circuit court on the first day of the next term
tnereor, to be noldcn at Kock Island In and
mr tbe said county, on the flr-t Monday in
September next, and plead, answer or demur to
the eaid complainant' Dill of complaint, tbe same
anu ine manor anu tnmca therein cnartred
aud etated will be taken as confeoacd, and a
decree entered aainei yoa according; to the
prayer 01 eaiu mil.
hsukhs w. gaxBLE, Clerk
Rock Island. 1U July 17, 18Wi.
8TATK OF ILLINOW. I
' Koca Isuxd Cocktt.
In the Ofrenit court la chancery, September
wn, a, if ia'..
Bill to coistrne and comet will.
John W. Johnston v. El'na Johnfton, Frinel
lonustnn. .Vargaret Johnston, John Johnston
Kll.a Jobnitou. Frauk Smith. Samuel Smith, Al
stoener, noner, mattida tft-mp,
Hemo. Jo'eiihlne. .lnhnion. Henry Jolin't.m. J
V. .lohnrton. Maria Jobnpton, Martha Johnnton.
jonn u jnnntion, Kiia.ionnaton. Anna Pumao
Pitman, bllzihith Fiuinimons, Aah
ri'ziini'non. Keiii Jhnton, William John
fton, Thomas Johnston. Nilee W. I)i-nier. Wil
liam Johnston. Kuar.ifan of N'les W Diemer,
minor. Ila hel Jolin.ion. Thoma .lohhston. John
Iln'xhineou, Mary liiiichluron, Joseph Hutcbin-
ron. st"garet uutcnir.eon, Hohert Iiiitehmron.
I'inuie llutchin'cn, Thomas Hutchinson. Emma
liutcDineon, imam ttutchirxon, Jiora Biit.hin
fon. Henry IInchtnon, Marjr E. Iiu'ciiinon,
Matilda Smith, Ja.-s Smith, the unknown he ire
rr devisees of Thomas Johnston, deceased, the
unknown owners of the won one-half of the
south-east ii-arter of eection number twenty-six
VM) In township nnmh-r sixteen (1BI north of
range nunintr two wenot tne fcnrlti I", ai. Io the
coiiutt CT Kf ca island and elate or I Ilroia.
To the above named de'endants. Elba Johns
ton, Franri. Joh'-stou. Atari?ret Jobrs'.on. John
j- nnnoii. aim oonueion. rra-ik Hmltli. Ssiuuel
Smith. Al Mother. Slosher, atatilua Kemp,
nem p. .juaepuiae wonnsion, iier ry jr.nnv
ton, J W JiLnston, Maria Johnston. John L,
Johnston, K'la Johnston, Anna Pitman.
Pi man. Itachel Johnstor, Ihomas Johnston,
John Hu'chmson. Mary flntrhinaon, Joseph
iiuiu,jiopi.n ainrvarvi ji utcninson. itonert lliitcn
lnin, p:nnie Hutchirson. Thomas Hutchinson
Emma Hutchinson. WlPinm IJutrinson. Nora
uoicnimwu. Henry uuten.Ltnn. Marr E. llutrh
in rn Ma ilda Smith James Smith, the unknown
heirs or devisees nf Thomas Johnston, deceased.
tbe nnkrown owners of tbe wet half of the
soutDeaat qnater or section number iwentv-six
ii. In township nnmber ai-tem (10). noith of
ranee numner two Cii wct or the Fourth princi
pal meridiaa in the county of Kock Island and
(ta oot Illinois.
AfHtavitof your nor-residence bavinif'-beea
n.ed in the omre nf ibe elera of said citcuit
coiit.nuti'-e la hereby aiven to vou aod each of
you. ihat Hie a.ve named complainsm has filed
iu said cnuit fc's bill of romp aint against yon on
the chaxcesy side of said couit, and a eummona
in cnancerry baa nen issued In fald cause
a-falnst you re'.nrnahle to the next term of said
conrr. to be b su i ai d faolJen at the r.ontt hou.e
m the eitr ef K ck lsta-id in said comity on th
first Monday in September A. D., 1'.;. at whlrh
time and t lace you will apst-ar and p'ead, anwer
or dtin-jr to ,aid bill of c - p:aint ir yon see fit.
Dated at Rrek lslanl. Illinois, this SSih day of
luiy, a. u., i-.iu.
Keokuk at. GaVKi.a. Clerk.
sarrxET Walks a. Complainant a toiscaora.
maao a wen .
rmuDrcu tub aUijs
nrjtf-r-rit ! ft nTa. dn
iannni liavxj. KaulinaF llfftiorr.
Paru. BlDlf?fMwl. jSlaThtlV ILmis-
lionf.ftr.. caused by paMaL.ri.-s,ciTsrnd trkrw
Vm jfwbWI In o:i or jwmz. tiJy tan-iin vri
fJOfatCsi. i-Tk aV pau-ksVAj-e, bil far .0 KIb I
mmmmTmMrmmttmvnw9me mawmi w afwtasaL ljanl
isafl tm.lla!lm, t-3 lOetS. WB taUVIftfJ I . BAPtaa, It
TWarJraj7rit .: not irot it. we will iwtd It prpmil.
SOLD ftt tbe Hftrner Hcrasa Dnic Pbanuct
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.; bf Win. Clendexua
HOLlK ILI. and otter leadtnc drtieri-
Tho rosy freshness
mad s TlTrtj oftnes of ttro akia is inrariap
bly ftttained by tiioae who on Potaom'a
"J"VI ar I I jv yi
and feel like a new. man..
Hoeff S Dctjeno
Bepresentirjg aaionp; other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
paniea the following:
fioehc?trr Qenrac Ins Co
Weeicheiti r Fira ,
- Koch -rtr, H y
......... BntTalo, II y
.... Manr.bca'tar rt C
Mil wank ee, VI
.21 aw Haven. Com
Br.ua'.o 6rman .
f prina; O-Tdon '
German Fire .
tiew Hainpshtra M .
stilwankw) atachanlc M .
Office Corner Eighteenth Btree.
and Second Avenno, teoond floor.
Telephone So. 1047.
MAN OUT OF ME flS 1
In 30 days by a new perfected scientific method
mat cannot fail nnlesa the case la beyond human
aid. Yon feel imeroved thi first day: feel a
benefit every duv ; soon know sour. -If a kln
among men in bod?, mind and heart Drain
and losses ended, every obstacle o happy married
hie removed. Nerve force, will, energy, brain
power.w bed railing arc ret-tttred if ueglected sueh
ironmes restiit r.tatly. Mulled everywhere. saied
forfl. Six boxes for $5. A. J. Ken., tour.h
avenue and Tweoty-Uurd street. Rock Island.
MADE ME A MAN
1HISMIVM.V (TI.K A 1. 1
TOU' ll-M Mpf- i-(tl!i
M ITt.ir.. I'l I.U t.cy. Stfi1icMt.
im'i-is. i if . f;iiM-ti I v Aiii tnii
tlT li it-sti at ,i m n
XUm. 'ihi-r iuiH5 ntii
Kiirf ly n-i. iv I -st Vlnlity tit
"iu r j l: ptmI ii a ini'i ir
undv. i iit::'-rt -r i.!arn.ii;r
lTi-vt-nt 1 i'i.ly ;ni1 1 1,1,1:0
lii-M it if "f- iiiihiif. llHMrtiv
K" s ti 'TV ll;itlT-lrt.VMlifltt
mi l , n .1 uht-rt
ail nfl...o. ..! 1. ,1.
thoMsanOKaiul mil c:v- m. rlvn pitu ii.ui
KiurTiiiuf i fnii n run in rm li r:im r r fu:i t.m
ttiiM-. l'rtf!x fiiiK rr pa -w. r mi i -&
(lull tmatiiNMiti !.ri.i i. !y 1j1.n1, t f.inin u.-jiK. r.
UtNiii ns. i; . t iwUxk 'lr::u lrrxi. A Ulr. .i
AJAX REMEDY CO.. i
For sale In Rock I-land by John l!en(ston
druggist, 17W Sicoi.d avenue.
RESMIN'S FRENCH FEMALE PILLS.
Containing Cottoa Root and Pennyroyal.
VtBAUrtaiflr is ttin':
Kcsmin's French Ko
iralo fills, bare been
Bold for over twenty
S, sands of Ladies, whi
;5b5 have civen tevtiinmir.ts
as a sperlTic monthly
medicine, f ir fmmcliato
relief nt Painful, and
Irreayjlar Uenaes, Fo
Trice t : 00 a box. with
Xaki jro st BTinins, oa sTOBtors urrrSTioss,
v HESaUX CDJUIICAL (XX. Dstboit. Mich.
Mold by If. T. Rahnaen. drnrriat.
The only safe, sore and
reliable Female I'ill ever
ottered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
mamea lacucs. Any lor
w PEK1YR0YAL PILLS
and take no otherv Sexd for cibcclar.
1'rice 81.00 per box, 6 boxes for 80.00.
OR. HOTTS CHEMICAL CO, Cianland. Ohia
siitd by T. H. Timat. dratxurr.
are iho oron which sufferers err-n-e the S
mm ut lost strtijwi. v.niy anj en. r;ry.
The f-flioe"! Erhl and Nerve land, tnr-
.wui inia Mrry res-at. 1 rtey rnsate M'jelrt.
d-jreMwi. rre. nrh tlo-l. t-rni Biu;i.-v
rugijed rtrenipb. shaiy nerve-, and a a r
brain. Llrams checked forever. -
$1.00 Per Box, Boxes, $r j.
A leral aTuararrtee to- rrrre or rr' r,l t':.-
Peat AftikincCo.. U-vHilwl, O.
, For rala by A. J. Relar. drugzlat. Rock lalard
Ladies who value
a refined complexion most mse Potsom'
Powsca. It prodacaai a suit aad beaatiol
y-c i in i k
A- Severe Test
The Dr. J. Ii. McLean Medicine Co.;
' st. Louis, no.
I was down with kidney dis
ease and severe pain in the back.
Could riot turn over in bed. Spent
$ 50 with doctors but did not help me
at all. :Was persuaded to try your
Liver and Kidney Balm, took two
' bottles and am now well and hearty
' . , . .' groves, inlx
r PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Connelly fc Connelly
Attorneys at Law.
Office second floor, over Mitchell aV Lynda'
bank. Money to losa.
Jackson & Hunt,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlea In Rock Island National bank hnlldina;.
a L waxavna
Sweeney fc Walker,
Attorneys and Counccllors at Law.
Office la Bengaton block.
CharleaJ. Searle. '
Attorney at Law.
Loral bnlnei of e'l kinds promt'tly attendre
to. State's Attorney of Kock leiand county.
Office, i'oatoulcs block.
MoEnlry 5e MoiEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
fan money on pnod eeenrity; make enllee-
I ma kt-ferenre. Vltrhell A f.ynde, hai.kera.
Offlee, Foetoffiee block.
Dr. W. H. Isntlewier.
Specialist cf I've, Kar, Ncso and
Office In Trcmanns new buMdlii?. comer HeT
enleenth strm-l at-d Third avenue. lUirk Island.
I Teiephooe No. 1UM.
Dr. Aa Grassan
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, Durst block, 3Jt Twentieth street.
. E. O. Benner, M. D.
I'hysician and Surgeon.
Ofllce and Ri-sideLce 330 Sixteenth trett
PURITY AND EZCELLENCE
IS TBK MOTTO AT
Importer and wnoleaal AeaJsr.
Years of experience asaV tas
best of facilities,
Nc's 1616-1618 Third Ave. Pho-ennr.
ww -n urn.
THE ft HO? RFiilT
Ituub:iay M'lft urfrly r-T
tllOVt J N' TVUIiltltnT-atai. ffi Jfitt l.f,
ff-mhtty V.n :tu.ff. K-.il lr aiAi.
aVMIIinj lflH-Atc fft'ttl tail rPJrlM T . I "-VsUIssW T
fcnfl MrnTrttf.. lU-1' r t iiuiitr.
prmr aiJ Ku;i:nr Memory. 'ni-u IT ImtAnttr
anrl coiifiii.ip ion. C'lr wijn a.Jn'ti-r rail. liijvt
on bavim; V ITAf.lv r"M. r. i'-ii -"-rrtxi In
th" ;it erkC i;- mi. I tt.trO 1'f t'& k:irr iMrx
fr $r.4Hi(ii KrtiT-m iu Mr rUrliMl
tli M ftr-utu kit. At)lrw"
CALUMET MLDICir.E CO-, CHICAGO. ILL
For sale by kt.'.hsU M Firtcr and Barta as
fjiieai rrer. dmrjrlaw.
! I T7J J'-A Ye-.y, TI-'V
IM you know tat raet diBerr-nee tt makes
la you' appearance to have a natural colored
and iloe-y head of hair Well voa would
look tea years yoanger. Get a bottle of
I THE UEvXICAM HAIR RESTORER
It restores where Mhera f'u It will remorw
that daedraa. OfB, xj- H flfiA, Lisa
aivtnc. la jtxnia y,a&ien.
Ill Utkkf Itk '.T - - - - a.
o cos a cl.lt a s comnkixt
w -a a
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loth py. karyyj w'A
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