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Tim AltaPO, PBIDAY. JUNE 4, 1C3T.
Hi sad MUM IM. Ad. imUM RIEDT (Xk.
Continued from Third Pace.
carrying oat the will of the order.
He hoped that the trouble was ended.
He paid e. high tribute to the efforts
of the Roek Islanders who left their
business and went away to fight for
their fellowmen and town. He said
that when the grand jubilee cele
brating the removal of the office to
this city was held that these men
would be at the head of the proces
sion. Chairman IfoConoehle then dis-
rersed the meeting, etating that the
our was growing late, and the del
egates needed rest.
KOODMIS ACT Olf REMOVAL.
Mmmrn Ceasa Bay Tlsae Shall ba a Car liar
Tana Jama ao Otae rreeaatlwaa.
Dubuque, June 4 The morning
session of the Woodmen was devoted
to consideration of the laws of the
order. The most important action
was the decision to pay suicide
claim If the death does not oc
cur earlier than three years after the
date of the certificate. It was or
dered that no action be taken to
ward the remoTal of the headquar
ters earlier than June 20; also that
a special meeting may be called at
any time at the request of the exec
utive ooudcII. This is understood to
mean that further legal trouble is
expected from the Fulton people on
the removal of the headquarters.
The camp refused to appropriate
$5,000 for a Woodmen building at
the Omaha exposition.
The next head esmp was fixed at
Kansas City the first Tuesday In
South Heights, June William
flares Is at borne sick this week.
Mrs. Brown, of Bloline. is visiting
this week with airs Jennie Covell.
The fisg at the bead of Seventeenth
street floated to the breeze Decora
Mrs. Dsan, from the Jolty, and Mrs.
Roe, of Aurora, visited Thursday
wita Airs. J. u. isaiiey.
' Miss Carrie McCord, of Orion,
visited Thursday with the Misses
' Msud and Battle Irvin.
Mr. Trevor has moved his family
Into the house on Seventeenth street
I. owned by William Lyon.
Mr. and Mrs George Wood are
spending the week with their son,
George Jr., and family, of Dubuque.
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens and
Yyited last Saturday with relatives
7Vmi Llllie Winter, of Hampton,
teame down Saturday and visited
unm uonaay witn ner cousin, miss
Horace A Mast and Herbert 8mith,
of Burlington, Iowa, spent Decora
ration day with Dan Smith and sis
ter. Miss Elisabeth Smith.
The school directors held a meet
log last Saturday evening at the
home of R. S. Silvis, and elected
teachers for the coming year. Miss
Ida Hillier was elected for the
higher room and Miss Alma Wilson
the primary room.
Wlaa SSaa Kaow
It is folly to build upon a poor found
ation, either In architecture or in
health. A foundation of sand is in
secure, and to deaden symptoms by
narootics or nerve compounds is
equally dangerous and deceptive.
The true way to build up health is
to make your blood pure, rich and
nourishing by taking Hood's Sarsa
parilla. Hood's pills net easily and prompt
ly on tne liver ana Doweis.
Dover. N. H., Oct. SI, 1896.
Messrs. .iy Bros.: The vaim
W reached me safely and in so short a
f t ttme the effect is surprising. My
1 1 son says the first application gave
u riarlrlarl relief. I kin a .half tillarf
with "Caarrh Cures." Tomorrow the
stove shall receive them and Ely's
Cream Balm will reign supreme. Be
speetfnlly, MRS. F BAM KLIN Fa IBM AW.
Cream Balm Is kept by all drug
gists. Full slse AO cents. Trial sise
10 cents. We mall It.
69 Warren St. R. T. City.
OFFICE AND SHOP
1 wart 4
lajllSni I sil,seatiy,rerIaUr wdM. Ttnlr inVmm
the rateMermfieaaaM keen. 11 y. nalUa baM.pt
Ti 1 1 am r
For sale bj A. J. Balsa, Druggist,
Chfcasa. MraL Cu.
AN OLD RE8IDENT GONE.
Aatoa Jacob Fassaasat
Anton ' Jacob Fassnacht, one of
Rock Island's oldest German reel
dents, died at 9 o'clock this morning
at the home of his son, John Fass
nacht, 2819 Eighth avenue. He
wonld have attained his 81st year
the 20th of the present month. Mr.
Fassnacht's death was due to infirm
ities. He was a native of Germany
and had lived in Rook Island since
18(4. He had been em cloved at the
round house of the Rock Island road
for 35 years, and was well known and
highly esteemed. Mrs. Fassnacht
died Aug. 28, 1896. Mr. Fassnacht
is survived by four children: John
Fassnacht. and Mrs. John Ent-
ler, of Rock Island; Mrs. George
Stearns, of Moline; and Mrs. Frank
Traeger, of Gubertown, Iowa.
The funeral arrangements are not
THE AUGU3TANA 8YN0D.
Opanlnf at tba Thlrty-Klehta OoBToaatloa
The 38th annual convocation of the
Augustana synod opened at the col
lege chapel this morning, delegates
oemg present representing every
section of the United States and Can.
ada. The exercises were opened by
me inn Liutneran cnurcn service,
Revs. C. A. Evald, of Chicago,
and Theodore Kjellgren, of Ma
rine Mills, Uinn., performing
the rltnalistio part. Mrs. Edla
Lund eang a beautiful anthem.
assisted by the chapel ohoir, and af
ter a sweaisn nymn by the audience
Rev. P. J. Sward, D. D., president of
the synod, delivered the opening ser
mon, ms topic was, "unnst Jesus
win reea Humanity 11 it Will Come
to Him." It was an eloquent and
At the opening of this afternoon's
exercises rresident sward delivered
his annual message.
Dr. P. J. Sward was reelected
president of the synod this afternoon
lor two years.
The Bart E. Linehan came down
with 82 strings of logs.
ine stage oi water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon was 6.00, and
stationary; the temperature 68,
xne quickstep, verne Swain, Wi
nona, Jo Long and Eilen came down,
and the Winona, Long, Swain, Cy
clone, Gardner Eastman and C. W.
Cowles went north.
The steamer. Reindeer, which has
been overhauled and repainted, has
been launched from the Godfrey
ways at Lyons, and commenced her
trips in the local trade between
Clinton and Dubuque. She will
leave the former city at 7 a. m. and
reacn uubuque in the afternoon.
ana start on tne return trip the fol
lowing morning. The entry of the
Reindeer into the trade will give a
chain of local packeta from Dubuque
to Quincy, covering a long stretch of
Milan. June 8 Mr. and Mn
Henry Bastian welcomed a new son
into their home last Sunday.
W. F. Coulter, of Davenport, fav.
ored us with a pleasant call Wednes
day. MiSS Hattie Ktnnsirnm nf final
Valley has been visiting during the
l wee wiiu mman relatives.
Mrs. Louisa Lewia. of Rvk Talanrl
moved to Milan Saturday. She will
occupy ner residence in r airview.
William Breitbach. nf T-nwall ti
and, spent Sunday at the Turners'
a . . .
picnic ai i;oncerma pars in Moline.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mack, of Wan.
lock, were visiting during the past
wee who airs. aiacK's parents, Mr
and Mrs. Keho. of Milan.
G. H. Honens, delegate to the
n 1 . f . . ...
rresuvterisQ assemoiyat Eagle Lake
Ind.. returned home Wedneadav
On his way home he he visited with
a - : a . M .
The best Salve in the world for
Cats, Braises, Sores, Uloers, 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 periect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 centa per
box. cor saie oy iiaru uuemeyer.
Several )obbta- daa oa akort aottos
ani satlefsctloa gnatis! d
721 TWELFTH STREET.
"T isiiailslaiiei Slam
Rock Island, III.
Graduating Exercises of the
City Eighth Grades. -
III TEE DITFEREST BUTLDIIGS.
The closing or graduation exer
cises of the Eighth grades of the
Rock Island public schools were held
in the different buildings today.
The custom of other years waa de
viated from in many respects; first,
in that it la the Eighth instead of the
Ninth grade that now advances into
the High school, and secondly, so
cially . in the abolition of the joint
exercises at Harper's theatre, and
the carrying oat of appropriate pro
grama in the buildings instead.
BaUdfea Ha. l.
The exercises at Building No. 1
were largely attended by parents
and friends, and were as follows:
Chorus ....Tne Moon Is Beaming o'er the Lake
Prayer Rev. C. O. BtoCulloah
Choras.. Dip the Oar
uecitation xne rasing, ittq
Recitation How He Saved St Michael's
Cornet Bolo Alma Holt
Recitation Home, Sweet Home
Recitation The Sioux Chief 's Daughter
Chorus The Guard on the Bhlne
Address Rev. C. O. McCulloch
rresentatton of certificates by Mr. Daugh
Chorus School Days
iuorwcsapcompaniea Dy uenruae wnite.
organist, ana Aims noil, corneust.
BaUdluc Ma. 4.
At Building No. 4, 102 pupils grad
uate into the High school, and the
interesting ceremonies, which were
attended by a large number, were as
Prayer Rev. Marquis
Chorus The Spring Is Coming
Mciwuua idb kiqooi wenue McNeil
Piano Solo Nellie Folnnm
Recitation Little Chris tel
Recitation..... The Bridge Keeper's Story
M1WIO l I UUlllUKCr.
Chorus The Uuard on the Rhine
Recitation ..On the Other Train
Piano Solo Ella Zahn
Mediation The Second Trial
Recitation An Order for a Picture
Ben Judd Mitchell.
Address Rev. Marquis
rrewBviwn oi ceruncates Dy Jf . t. tcoDDlns.
BaUdf a Mo. 7.
The exercises in butldine No. 7.
whieh were largely attended, oon.
sistea as loiiows:
Prayer Rev. Cain
Chorus...: Dip the Oar
Seventh and Eighth ftrariM
Recitation The Blue and the Gray
Recitation Driving Home the Cows
v uiie Hartley.
Chorus School Davs ... Eighth Grade
Recitation .. .Sandy's Romance. . .Ellen Bersell
Recitation Tne itatue of ille
Piano Solo Mabel Brlndle
Recitation The Yankee's Visit to London
Recitation. . Why She Didn't Stay In the
Poorhousc Alice Davis
Chorus In the Glen.... Eighth Grade
Recitation On the Rappahannock
Chorus The Cuckoo
Seventh and Eighth Grades.
Address to Class Rev. Cain
Essie Patterson. Maud Maxwell,
Presentation of Certificates.. R. A. Donaldson
Auid Lang Dyne Eighth Grade
Following is the list of the grada
Building No. 1, L. C. Daughertv,
Principal and Teacher Willie Mil
ler. Elsie Ellen Marie Wilson,
Annie Molntire, Grace Elizabeth
Burris, Jennie S. Remley, Clara
Ethel Fowler, Ben Noreen, Henry
uupertsnauser, Amelia Ulson,
Abram T. Kahlke, Katharine Eliza
beth Dunker, Blanche Mav Gregg,
jennie m. ueaxora, Laama uaiwaid.
Ellen Josephine Dee, John Edward
Coyne, Amanda Marie Witt, Edwin
J. surman, uarion r ranees Hast
ings, Hugh Reticker, Florence May
uempsev, Adela uargaretna Witt,
Delia May Sharp, Rose Ruth Gold
berg, f rank wunim Lindstrom, usa
Conklin, Charles Vandeberg, Lucy
Building No. 1, Miss Marv Entriken
Teacher Charles Sylvester Cochran,
William Harold Lewis, Rudolph H
nesseler, Oscar Edward Ulson, tier.
ley Watson Schaffer, Theodocia
K. uovne, rlora fcssie tils
Bertie V. Harris, Jesse Al
mira Holt, Bertha R. Jerusalimsky,
Gertrude Mabel McDonald, Annie
Montgomery, Mabel Myrtle McBride.
uatue K. rettlt, stner m. k. smart,
Mabel Weinberger, Gertrude White,
Jessie k. wood.
Building No. 4, Miss Mary Piatt
Principal and Teacher Jessica Anna
Harrington, Mabel Rhode tristedt.
Berenice M. Nevin, Amy E. Thomp
son, caward i. truss, iaa ni. uaaer
Annie Catharine Elliott, Jamea R.
Kirkman, Harrv Nutting, Joel V,
Collier, Charles J. Cramer, Anna C.
Merts, Dacie Lavina Myers. Anna
Irene Larkin, Frank V. Brnner,
Harry H. Lambert, Elisabeth Annie
Hciionald, Charlotte E. Willmaser,
Walter E. F. Knttinr. Harriet A.
King, Louie L Harms, Frank F. Fie-
big. Will Hagedorn.
BuUding No. 4. Miss Idessa Wake.
field. Teacher Marie . Asay, Alice
ransy uiaxemore, Zoa J. Bernbardi
Louise C BatUes, Idna L. Blaisdell,
Helen I. Folsom. Ida M. Fitssim
mons. Ada K. Hudson. Henrietta E
Krey, Julia E. LitUe. JulU M. Me
Glnty. Elixa M. Stephenson, Harriet
M. Tiedeman. Caroline A. Wie
gand, Oscar W. Anderson. Louis
Francis Baombach. Geortre W. Ben
rens. ascaiaster Blackburn, lieorge
u. sieuer. Aiex Uraiir. ttird Mar rail
Jones. Henry Krabbenhoeft, Oscar
u. Llitt, Harry J. Larkin, David
Lyie Mevejiocn. Allan F. Miller.
Ikm Wk MMHM la ttaa li iciaass
tea nshssl Nert Tsar Ctaaawwwl
Ben Judd Mitchell, William H.
Nold, George E. Olson, Charles . F.
Reddy, Jacob Rachman, William H.
Schnitzer, Charles A. Samuelson, Wal
ter Sohroeder, Arthur Glyndwr Ste-
Shena, John William Twomcy,
Irneat L. Thiesen, Orville Terbury.
isuuding xi. 4, Lou 4. rnup, reaeh-
er Marie Aiexena C. Fox. Clara M.
Russ, Florenoe J. Lee, Helen M.
Hatch, Stephen W. Collins. Llllie
Streckfue, Louella V. Stoddard, Mar
garet C. Frey, Marion S. West, Edwin
W. Crumbaker, Charlotte Luoretla
Mattison. Frank G. Weiss, George B.
Winters. W. Clyde Porter. Esther
Tanner, Charles S. Jensen, Nellie E.
Murrin. Elmer F. Johnson, Minnie
E. Tiedemann, Edith J. Housel.
Stella H. Dauber, Zua A- Miller,
Margaret J. Irvin. Rov A. Barnhart,
Sadie E. Lewis, Harry C. Twomey,
VTiiiiam A. j. Thompson, Charles u.
Snider,', Norn Zoe Swayne, Frank B.
Stafford, Fred J. Mueller, Fred C.
Clarke, Frieda J Junsre, Ella H.
Zahn, Bertha M. Marshall. Theodore
A. FTev, H. De Witt Pollard. Elsie B.
Johnston, Harriet A. Eberhsrt,
George P. Goldsmith, Laura A. Mar-
BuUding No. 7. Miss A. Laura Hill.
Principal and Teacher Rowland
Berry, Claude M. Berry, Alice M.
Berry, Francis Ross. Daisv M.
Thomas. William John Bart-
ley, Charles Nelson. Grace Ma.
bel Davenport, Eva M. L. Hassel
quist. Maud Maxwell. Ellen Edvina
U. Bersell, Alpha Robb, Florence E.
ti. kodo. Mabel Brindle. Ben Chan.
non, Alma Nelson. Alice Davis.
Henry Lund, Ralph Dahl. Jeanette
Valentine M. Roderick, Catharine
Thomas, Essie Patterson, Mamie Mul
The High Bcbool.
This evening at Harper's theatre
occurs the annual commencement of
the Rock Island High school.
HOLDING A POST MORTEM.
Adam A May's Llvar and Bp'.eea ta ba Aa
The examination of the remains of
Adam Aldav before Coroner Eckhart
and a jury was resumed at River
side cemetery at 3 o'clock this after
noon. Drs. C. Bernhardt and J. F.
Myers, of Bock Island, and R. C. J.
Meyer, of Moline, represent Mrs. Os
bar, who ordered the post mortem,
and Drs. J. P. Comegys. of this city,
and G. E. Merryman, ef Port Byron,
nave oeen empioyea ov tne state.
which will have portions of Alday's
liver and spleen sent to Chicago for
Mrs. Us bar was present when her
former nus band's body was taken
from the grave vesterday afternoon
She viewed the remains, which have
been buried since November, 1894.
TUB COIHTT TEMPLE.
June 3 Paul Preaael to Danar Rn
seen. rart lot 10. hlnnk P. Mnlina
water rower io. s aaa.. Moline. si.
G.Leander Peterson Chicago
usa uanuo e- jienieninon Moline
The doctor may be a crood old man.
but even so, medical examinations
and the "local application" treat
ment are aonorrent to every modest
woman. j.ney are embarrassing
oiten useless, xney should not be
submitted to until everything else
has been tried- In nine cases out of
ten there are no reason for them.
In nine cases out of ten the doctor
in general practice isn't competent
iu nenw louiaie diseases, xnev mate
a branch of medicine bv themselves
They are distinct from other ail
ments. They can be properly under
stood and treated only by one who
has had years of actual practice and
oapenenoa in mis particular line
This is true of Dr. R. V. Pierce,
chief consulting physician of the In-
w.lirl'a Ua.1 .1 0 I , . -. . .
.wa.i a uv3A auu ourgicni loawtute,
at nusaio, Si. X. Dr. Pierce's Fa
7onte Perscrlptlon. a remedv for all
derangemente of the reproductive
organs of woman, has been in actual
use for more than thirty years. It
cures every iorm oi female weak
SlIiaillMII t fc. a -
IMnflMMi,.Mni . . ..
Adannaon, D. P.
Baker. J. A.
Church. J. M.
Faase. L L
Inrerh.n V R
Peters, Mrs. W. F.
Jackson, Henry W
" - Poiraa. Pommaster.
Have To Had the Grip?
If VOU have, von rrnhtl ,..!
reliable medicine like Foiavv Hnn
and Tar to heal yonr lungs and stop
the racking cou?h incident. i n thi.
disease. Hold bv M. F. Rahnan and
X. 11 1 nomas, droe-riata.
Fa Ova Fifty Tear
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
been used for childran tw,i.s...
soothes the child, anftana k.
allays all pain, cores wind colic ant
ia the beat remedy for diarrhoea.
lwenty-nve cents a bottle.
CascareU stimulaU liver, kidneys
andbewela Never ntokea, waakea
Whiteside County Judicial Can
didates and Woodmen.
IEW 15STJE BT THE QEST CS3AI.
The Woodmen will not easily for
get that Caleb C Johnson, the demo
cratic nominee for circuit judge from
Wbtteaiae county, waa tne man who
In the legislature so manipulated the
bills autbonxiag tne removal of the
head office from Fulton to Rock Isl
and, that the will of the large ma.
jority of the Woodmen was thereby
frustraxea. hock isiana union.
Nor will they be half as apt to for
get the energetic hostility of Frank
V. samsay, tne repuDiicau candi
date for iadge against the Woodmen
order and tne cut oi hock isiaaa in tne
headquarters removal question. Bnt
there is n difference between Mr. Ram
say's position ia the matter and that
oi Mr. jonnson. wun ine lormer
the interest was based on the ques
tion of dollars and cents. He was
the paid counsel of the Fulton ob
structionists ana aa auon no
earned hta money, and every
cent of it. He waa the leader of
the assault Upon the order. He
was the mainstay in the injunc
tion proceedings. It waa he who
defeated for the time being bat
only for the time being the will of
a great order now thrice expressed
with one accord. With Mr. Johnson
he has done his duty aa a member of
the legislature from Whiteeiae ooun
ty, there being nothing In common
between the two counties in legisla
tive proceedings, as they are in dif
ferent districts, witn Mr. jonnson
It waa a question of duty to constit
uents. With Mr. Ramsay it waa one
of devotion to clients, as to tueir re
lations toward Rock Island - it was
six of one and halt a dozen of the
other, but Mr. Johnson did no more
than a Rock Island legislator would
have done for his oountv. He has
gained a reputation for hia fight for
Whiteside county; Kamsay has dis
tinguished nimsell through his fight
One has acted as n public
servant, tne otner as n private cm
Tar oast A lame.
But what matters it aa to any of
tne otner candidates on either side.
is the spirit of the Gest campaigners
in bock island just now, who are
busy in their canvass for "the only
one," about whom they teem to be
manifesting the greatest anxiety.
The speeial circulars sent oat in his
interest headed, "A Still Hunt" and
on which one of the most conspicu
ous lines shows this ainglenesa of
'Rock Island County
citizens specially Interested In se
curing a borne judge in
While Candidates Bigelow nnd
Kamsay are mentioned Incidentally.
mi oDjec oi tne nana Din is to
arouse effort for Gest alone, the evi
dent purpose being to let each other
county take care of its own candidate
Whether W hiteslde and Henry are
capaDie oi aoing this remains to be
seen, as far as Mercer ie concerned
which the republicans left out in the
cold a few personal letters on the
part of Mr. Gest himself are ex
pected to hold that county in line for
him. But in thia neck of the woods
it is Gest, and Gest only, and hence
tne oDject oi the union is not just
clear in getting over into Whiteside
ana attacking Johnson on the wood
men head office removal especially
when Kamsay is in such a command
ing attitude to court the favor of
Rock Island county republicans, as
Mrs. Cora White, residing on
Second avenne between Twenty-first
and Twenty-second etreete, was ar
rested today by Orhcer Ryan on a
charge of running a house of illfame,
preferred bv Mrs. Annie Jamersoa.
She was fined $7 and costs.
A Twentieth Century wheel belong
ing to Miss May Walker waa stolen
from in front of McCabe Bros. store
yesterday afternoon. Last evening
the wheel thief got in his work again.
Mrs. A. A. Rogers, of 1430 Third av
enue, having her bike, a rleet Wing,
stolen, i ,
A lawn sprinkler was stolen from
the premises of G. J. Dempsey, 1207
fourth avenue, last night.
'THEY SAY SUCH THING8
Aad Taey aa Sao Tatacs."
A number of instances have ap
peared where grocers nave been in
dnced to buy this or that "cereal
coffee" at a low price, to pnt in to
their customers aa "just aa good as
Postum." and these fraudulent imi
tations have the effect at times of
disgusting users with the result of
their efforts to secure a healthful ead
nourishing grain coffee. There ie
bnt one original and genuine "Pot.
turn." Do not let the grocer impose
A reliable grocer will never offer n
cheap or weak imitation of a genu
ine original article because he hap
pens to make a little extra profit.
But it is well to observe that whan
genuine Postum Cereal eoffee is or
dered, that yon get Postum and not
n spurious imitation offered as
Li at IHir. ba Aayarawt Innssii as as
Ba says rat ta taa IaJaaaUaa rra-
fWT-vTW-v-T-k. kl vl i. .1 iS- . W - W - TW
Uphc!;t:rcd in Leather, Ccrd-Tcy, Dandle
Wl S. MOLBROOK
108, 108 and 107 East 8eeond Street, DAVENPORT.
All Small Sizes in Ladies
For the Balance of This
VRXtH? & BMBEIL
Low Bates Se the Beata.
On the first and third Tuesdays of
each month, June to October inclu
sive, the Southern railway has ar
ranged for one way settlers' tickets
from Ohio nnd Mississippi river
points to the south at the rate of J
cents per mile. Also ronnd trip
tickets at the rate of one fare plna 2
for the round trip. The best time to
go eoath ie the present time. In
formation ns to conveniently ar
ranged echedulee and special rates
to all points south upon application
to William H. Taylor, Asst. Gen.
Pass, agent, Louisville, Ky. The
Southern railway is the only line
penetrating the eight great southern
Calif ora la Kararilisi,
Only $24 to San Francisco via the
Rock island route, June 29 to July
S inclusive. Stop over privileges en
route. Return trip, aame rate, good
until Aug. 15. Four through fast
traina daily via thia route. Join the
tri-city Y. P. 8. C. E. excursion
June 29. See A. Tredick, corner
Fifth and Brady, Davenport, for res
ervation in special sleepers. For f nil
particulars call at C., R. I. P.
ticket office, or address John Sebas
tian, G. P. A., Chicago, or L M.
Allen, G. A. P. D., Davenport.
Dr. Williams1 Indian Pile Ointment
will rare blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allava the ttehinv at mm
acts as a poultice, giving instant re
lief. Dr. WilliaaarIndian Pile Oint
ment ia prepared only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
vhus www. xvBrj box ia guaran
teed. Sold bV drncoiata nr aant tiw
ail for 60 oents andl per box.
CTr . mate a .
n ii.i.iaws aa r e. uo.t rrops., Cleve
land, Ohio. For sale by all drug
gists. ' 6
If yon want to quit tobacco using
easily nnd forever, be made well,
strong, magnetio, full of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bac, the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gala ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 eared. Buy No-To-Bao
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee n cure. Booklets nnd sam
ple mailed free. Addrea 8terllng
nemeay company, unicago or Mew
lor Infanta nnd.CbJldrem.
- Wfc. wrsaw
WANTKD A FIRST CLASS OIRt, TOR
aeneral bouse work. Apply Mn. f H.
Oreer, 4i: Twelfth atrwet.
WANTED- AGENTS FOR HANDLING
a neceHy toal la used la every hooas.
CaU at I7U) Hoeood avenue between S a. as!
to S p. so. Inquire lor Mr, Underbill.
WANTED A GENTLEMAN TO BOARD:
prtvata family: aloe iroet rooen. aaa.
bathroom and telephone: refareaoea si-obaaa-ed.
Address D, A buds ottoe.
AJTOp-TO LOAN MONET ON DTA-
Bsteal InstraaMess. trier ejea. ekHblac. dry
foods, furniture, etc. Ulcheet eaah prVes
paid lor seeond hand good, of all kind. ateo.
The above roods for sale at half a anal
eonfldenUal. His new awmber aadloeaUoa!
1 1 Elchteeath straet. Doat foraat vLiTvt.
TJTJR RENT-A S-ROOhT OOTTAOB, SSC7
A. Bshta avenue.
RENT HOrSE OF FOUR BOOM H,
wawr, i vnnfsniwwi.
TJIOR RENT NICIXT FCRNISRED FRONT
A? room on nrat 0or. M'oald like two
clerks. Address B. Aaocsolnce.
TNORRENT-ROOMR WiTH BOARD; MOD
A? era house: private family; eeatral loea
tlon, tat Sixteenth street.
TjlOK KKNT-A C-OTTAr.E OF FIVE ROOMS
aj ia first els, order, sue Fins avenue, la
quire al fli First avenue.
TjlOR RENT FOCR FLATS IN KOBSTER
A buUdinc. opposite C. R. L A P. depot,
Thlrty-flml atreet. Five rooaaa, bath and bos
and eold water, for SltSO per ssoata. For In
formation call at Beldy Bros', or at bulldlnc .
T7IOR BALE TWO HOTELS. GORDON A
FOR SALE OS RENT A HOUSE OI IS
rooms at 1X10 Third avenue; contains all
modern Improvements sad is la food repair.
Apply to EL U. Frazar.
TJIOR SALE TWO CHOICE BTJTLDINO
A1 loU la BehneU addition, one southeast
comer Twenty seeond street and Ninth ave
tba other aontbeast eoner Twsaty-tblrd
street sad Ninth avraun. Will aelloaeaay
terms and time to salt buyer. Address T.J.
Halpla, MS North Mala street. Si.Umla.Ma.
9.mi iiKiSaViii i
ere the most fatal cf all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney end
Price 50c and $um
or gnpe; lueanta. .
"just as good."