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THE AUG US, TUESDAY, AUGtJBT 3, 1897,
A arrftct try if the fclrhett
BREAKFAST COCOA 1
Absolutely Pure Delicious Nutritious
Costs Less' than One Cent a Cup.
sure that yoa ret th
genuine article, Blade at
WAMTKD-A C'OMI'F.TEXT OIRL FOR
general housework at WIS fifteenth
WATETV-BAIJ'.SMAX: SALARY PAID
weekly; experieaee unnecessary; perma
nent, UrownUrue. Co., Chicago.
WANTKD OOOOS TO STORK IN CHEAP,
clean anil Uitht loraye rooma with ele
vator at till Seoond avenue. Johnny Jones.
WANTKD AQrTNTS FOR HANDUKQ
a neoeaalty that la used la every bouse.
Call at ITU) Heeond anue between 9 a. m.
to 6 p. at. Inquire for Mr, Underbill.
"tr ASTRO-AT ONCE, TWO fSCXI EX-
V perlenced airenta. one lady and one
gentlextian, for special work. Address J. H.
Weigsnd. Bark Ixlund, Kaueral agent fur
Hand McNally A Co.
WA NTET-HV YOCNC MAN OP EXPER
lenoe as salesman, a position with Home
reliable wholesale house to work trade on
aieolBltle in the trt-eitles: am at present
nianevlm? bulnew for a corporation; ank for
reference. Address Ilex, this oftlov. i
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, blnrrlea. clothing, dry
goods, furniture, ete. Highest cub prices
paid for second band goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. 'All baslnesetransaotiocastrtoUy
confidential. H!a new number and location,
K,l Hecocd Avunue. Don't forget Ik J. W.
FOR HIT NT.
IjlOK RENT A 5-ROOM COTTAGE, SPOT
' Eighth avenue.
IilOR RENT -CONVENIENT FLAT OF
. five rooms at 1810 Third avenue. Apply
to V. Dauber.
IftoR RF.NT-A 7ROOM HOUSE ON
Fourth avenue and Kleventh street. Ap
ply at I loj Fourth avenue.
IfOR RENT A FURNISHED IIRICK RES
idenre, elirht Urge rooms: rent reasona
ble. Apply at JK Fifth avenue.
fjioR rknt fot:k room flatontwen-
F tleth Ktrect: 10 per month. Apply to E.
11. Stafford, Masonic Temple block.
IIOK KENT A NEW ROOM HOCBE
with modern convenience atMTTwenty
second street. Inquire at Sixth avenue.
IfOR RENT-FIVE ROOM FLA TON TWEN--S
tleth street: modem Improvements; V3
permonty. Apply to E. II. Stafford, Masonic
IfOH KENT A NICK FLAT: RTEAM
heat and stove: sullnhle for light
housekeeping. In Industrial borne building.
Apply to T. II. Thomsa
LX)R B A LB TWO HOTELS.
" How man.
IjV)R BAI.E-A UROOM COTTAGE: UOOH
conveniences and centrally located; esy
term. Address P. M. J , A B1' oilier.
T-lOR BALE-IiflN T PAY FANCY PRICES
I for building lot when you oen get desir
able locations within is nilnutev walk of the
heart of the olty at from U to . For fur
ther Information apply to . J. Ilurns undsr
thai ft arper bouso.
1 OST-A WHITE SILK WAI8T IN SPF.N-
i eerfcjuare F ntler return to TUB Ahuvs
ainoe asil be rewarded.
J fST-A DARK RIU WALLET CONTAIN-
Inn a 4 bill and some valuable papers.
inner iicsv; return wallet and papers to
Ke'ily llroe aad korp the money.
?Ott S A I.E OR RENT A HOUSE OF 10
roomt at IsiOTbltd avenue; oontatna all
modern Improvements and Is la good repair.
Apply to a; U. Fraxer.
VOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A IKXD
.a pevtnrf bsiiery business at 1 10 Third ave
nue, owner wishes to ennaire In other busi
ness Will take real estate in exooange. Call
at above number for particulars.
t a bmtdt
a '-as? '
(mm &k ': ,
Ova J'ovr own Down oad jm It Jiuvrtd.
Insurance and Loans
Boom 4, Mitchell A Ljnde b'ng.
12GCLUTELT C HIS J TITO ! "
outfuuutLiliI Uusuciil Ciubf tve, aever
s ,4 o.ti-t fr. vn ttl I ixfc tEStni
V t A
order ef erceneacc la gajnfxctxre." fo
Baker & Co.'s
BAKER & CO.' Ltd. . IsL
A 8ENSATION AT ORION.
tarter Bliowr AVeeasad of Crtmlaaily As.
saaUlaaj atlas Oblitmra;.
An Orion onitable was in Rock
Island yesterday with a warrant tor
Lester Miner, a 20-year old lad. who
is accused ot criminally assaulting
Mits Chilbnrg, aged 22.
The offense was committed a week
ago last Friday, it is claimed. Miss
Chilburr's parents reside two miles
west ot Orion. She worked in town
at the house of Pitt Wright, who is a
next door neighbor to W. W. Miner,
Lester Miner's father.
Young Miner and Miss Chilbnrsr
had been out walking on the nieht
in question, so the story goes. Min
er's folks were away and he induced
bis lady friend to accompany him to
his heme, where he tied her to the
floor, and placed a handkerchief over
her mouth, and then accomplished
his fiendish purpose. The affair was
kept qniet until a few days ago, when
the young woman broke down and
confessed to her folks. Miner
skipped out Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Price have re
turned from Marshalltown, Iowa,
where they attended the funeral of
Mr. Price's father. Bees Price, which
occurred last Saturday. The de
ceased was one ot the wealthy and
prominent larmers of Marshall
county, lie died at his home near
Laurange Thursday night of heart
trouble, aged SI years. He leaves
eight children, beside his wife; Ben,
rank and Lizzie, at home; Mrs. W.
W. BIpdgett. of near Butlerville;
Lincoln and Leans, of Los Angeles:
Calvin, of Washington, and W. J.
Price, who Is manager for the Na
tional Beef company here.
Loose clothes and downy cushions
bring only a negative sort of com
fort to the woman who is suffering
with somo disease or derangement
of the organs distinctly "feminine
ojme ciotnes ana some positions
make the pain and the discomfort
seem less. Perhaps the nerves are
most affected and this in tnrn dis
turbs the digestion. Nothing will
ever completely relieve but a radical
cure. The start of so-called "female
complaints" may be a very slight
thing indeed. It may be that in the
beginning some small hygienic
measures would stop the trouble.
Certainly at this time, a little bit of
the right medicine would stop it.
When the trouble becomes worse, it
is harder to cure, but still it can be
cured. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription will positively cure any
trouble of this character. It may
be absolutely relied upon. It af
fords lasting relief to a woman
whose nataral modesty has kept her
from consulting a physician.
Send 21 cents in 1-cent stamps to
World's Dispensary Medical associa
tion, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr.
Pierce's 1.C0S page "Common Sense
Medical Adviser," profusely illus
trated. 10 SO to Bs Oslo and Batata.
From Chicago, via Mtehican ran.
tral, the Niagara Falls route, good
going Aug. zi-zs. a rare opportu
nity to go east at very low rates
over "a first-class line for first class
travel." Reserve vonr aleenincr nr
accommodations early by writing to
l. v. ueusner, general western pas
senger agent. 119 Adams street.
Worked Hath Ways.
"It most have cost you a great deal
to provide all these comforts for your
employees," said the friend who had
been looking .through the reading rooms
suil gymnasinm attached to the factory.
"It does cost a little," admitted the
manaKur, "but, you see, we pay 'cm
such low wages that the factory is real
ly a better plaee than home. That makes
m contented te stay." Exchange.
A miner in Staffordshire recently dis
covered a petrified arm imbedded in the
solid stone or ore. The peculiarity of
the arm lies in the fart that the elbow
joint can be made to move to and fro as
though it consisted of flesh and blood.
Are yon a sufferer from that ter
rible plague, itching piles? Dose's
ointment will bring you instant and
permanent cure. Get it from yonr
r f. mi
erlp w arise, set esass easy aatsnlresalta, aaat-X
I IP.. t hwsxaTnoatreal. 7L. m 7a IsraT sltl
CITY FATHERS' DOINGS.
Busts sen eTLast Klc-hVs Seesiea Woaad 17p
La abort Order.
It took the city council only an
hour-and-a-half to dispose) of the bus
iness belore last night's regular
Aid. Winter, chairman ot the wa
ter works committee, told the coun
cil of the recent visit of the commit
tee to several cities to inspect reser
voirs. Be said that mnch informa
tion had been gained which will be
valuable in the planning of the erec
tion of Rock Island's proposed reser
voir; bnt that the water works com
mittee was not ready, as yet, to
make any recommendations until the
next meeting, and asked further
time, which was granted.
Aid. Kelson said people from his
ward had presented petitions for
water works extensions several
moons ago; they were given to the
proper committee, but nothing had
aince been heard from them. He
said extensions were being made
right along, and he did not think it
fair to his constituents that their
petitions be sidetracked and not even
considered. The mayor said that
Aid. Nelson was justified in com
plaining if the facts were as stated,
but he had never heard of the peti
tions referred to. It was found that
the petitions in question were sent
in during Mayor Knox's regime.
Mayor Medill stated that the fire
department was to give a publio ex
hibition Wednesday evening near
the Central engine house. He said
that he hoped all the aldermen would
be present, as well as citizens gener
ally, that the results Df the recent
training which the firemen have been
reoeiving may be seen. The council
will attend in a body.
The familiar sound of the water
works whistle may again be heard
at the outbreak of fires. The fire
and light and water works committees
have a meeting tonight, when the
question will be settled. The idea
as now being agitated is for a gen
eral alarm only in order that people
may have tke'satisf action of at least
knowing there is a fire, and refrain
from extravagant use of water, such
as lawn sprinkling, until the fact
that the fire is out has been an
nounced by another whistle.
Wadded at Alt Lome.
From Alta Loma, a little town
near Galveston, Tex., where a num
ber ot Bock Island people have set
tled in the past few years, comes the
news of a wedding, which will be re
ceived with interest by friends of
the bride in this vicinity. The Gal
veston News oontains the following
account of the wedding: "The home
of Mr. and Mr. II. Obaver, Tuesday
evening, the 27th instant, at 8:30
o'olock, was the scene of one of the
prettiest weddings of the season,
when their daughter. May E.. was
married to J. Bingham Smith, of
Galveston, by Rev. J. S. Herrington.
Miss Jessie M. Higgins. of Alta
Loma, aeted as bridesmaid, and
Stewart G. Smith, brother of the
groom, was best man. The house
was handsomely decorated with
palms, smilax and flowers. The
bride was gowned in white batiste
mnlle, real lace, ribbon trimming,
and carried a bouquet of bride's
roses. Miss Opal Park, of Alta
Loma, rendered the 'White House
Wedding March," and Miss Flossie
Carringion, of Galveston, received
the guesta in a very graceful man.
ner as they entered. There were
about fifty guests present. After
the ceremony and congratulations
were over the many couples were es
corted to the dining room, and par
took of a bountiful repast. Mr. and
Mrs. Smith will be at home to all
their friends after Aug. 1 at Thirty
sixth and avenue K, Galveston."
Try Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. At this season yonr feet feel
swollen and hot, and get tired eas
ily. If yon have smarting feet or
tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease.
It cools the feet and makes walking
easy. Cures and prevents swoolen
and sweating feet, blisters and cal
lous spots. Believes corns and bun
ions of all pain and gives rest and
comfort. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores for 25
cents. Trial packages Free. Ad
dress Allen S Olmsted. Le Roy,
81I.S ta Niagara rails and Raton
via. Rock Island & Peoria railway,
and connections, Wednesday Aug. 4.
Tickets good to return SO days from
date of sale. Stopovers permited en
route. Solid through trains of chair
cars and sleepers from Peoria. Ex
cursion train leaves Rock Island
Twentieth street depot, 1:45 p. m.
Aug. 4 For further details, make
inquiry at R. I. & P. ticket office.
General Possenger Agent.
Davit Tobaaae apu as asaotta Toms
If yod want to quit tobacco using
easily and forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic, full of new lift and
vigor, take No-To-Bac, the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac
from jour own druggist, who will
guarantee a oar. Booklets and sam-
Sles mailed tree. Addrea Sterling
iemedy company Chicago or New
Wheat Voa Tab Year Vacatloa
the most necessary article to have
with you (after your pocket book) is
a bottle ot Foley's Collo Cure. It is
an absolute prevention or care of all
derangements of the bowels canted
by a change ot water. Ton are
likely to need it. Sold by M. F.
Bahnten and T. 1L Thomas, drag.
IN THE POLICE COURT.
Frank Ladewlgapou a Charge of Area alt
Frank Ludewig and Dell Gordon
had some trouble. The latter got
punched. Ludewig was arrested on
a charge of assault and battery, com.
piainea 01 oy uoraon, ana today
. . . 0.4 . J 1 a A .
aa.BgiBirte oinuoru uaea turn f ana
Mrs Mary Frolech was arrested at
9417 Hinth-aad-a-nalf avenue yester
day by Officer Fitxgerald and turned
over to the Moline police, who have
a warrant for her.
Homer Skates, the lad who told
the Rock Island polioe that he was
from Le Mars, Iowa, and came here
to see the big show, it now turns out,
is a run-away from the Orphans1
home in Davenport. He is still at
John Johnson, of Moline, arrested
last night by Officer Ryan for being
drunk, was taxed $3 and oosts.
Herman Klotz, an old man, ill and
without money, is at the police sta
tion. He is trying to get to Mil
Forty-one arrests were made bv
the' polioe department in July as
follows: Breach ot peace, 8; assault
and battery, 2; paddling without
license, 1; larceny, 5; vagrancy. 6;
disorderly conduct, S; violating bi
byole ordinance, 9; malioious mis
chief, 2; fugitive from justice, L;
drunk and disorderly, 1; resisting an
officer, 1; drunk 3; peace warrant, 1;
dog tax ordinance, 1. Lodging was
given to 59 and 17. meals were fur
nished. The wagon ran 99 miles
and there were 11 lights reported
out for S3 hours.
Water Too High Mow.
The Flick & Johnson Construction
company has not yet began work on
tne iocks 01 the dikes that are to
keep the high water out of the Mere
do tia district, which is to be re
claimed. The water is abont seven
feet too high for them to work. This
job cannot be done except at low
water. The company has hope that
this small stage will be reached some
day soon. The traot to be reclaimed
will oomprise about eight thousand
acres, and it will be the finest and
best land in this part of the country.
It seems, by its nature to be per
fectly adapted to the growing of
celery, and there is no duubt that it
will raise immense crops of whatever
it may be planted with.
Charles Rueth. of South Rock Isl
and, and Miss Matilda M. Man del,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Mandel. 1002 Eleventh street, were
married at 7:30 this morning at St.
Mary's church. Nuptial mass was
celebrated by Rev. Father B. Baak,
who performed the ceremony In the
presence ot a number of friends of
the conple. Anton Kick was groom
man and Miss Barbara Bellner, of
Davenport, was bridesmaid. A wed
ding breakfast at the home ot the
bride's parents followed. Bride and
groom are both well known and
highly esteemed. The couple leave
for Niagara Falls on a wedding trip.
The business department of Angus
tana college is becoming mere and
more popular every yer, and
the manner in which the voople of
the three cities have shown their in
terest in the college during the past
years is highly commendable and en
couraging. Special advantages will
be offered during the next school
year. The rooms will be thoroughly
renovated, the faculty enlarged, and
the time will be 11 months instead
of nine months. To meet the wants
of those who cannot attend during
the day, we will offer an evening
conrse of tour months in book-keeping,
arithmetic and shorthand, three
nights a week. Books, stationary, tui.
tion and all only f5. Fall - term
opens Sept. 1, evening school Sept.
13. Send for our announcement for
1897 and 1898, which contains all
abont the courses and terms. O.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suit
ed for any season, bnt perhaps more
generally when the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
neea 01 a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion, con
stipation, dizziness yield to Electrio
Bitters. 50c and f 1 per bottle at
liartz at Ullemeyer's drug store.
Toa Caa UepeaO oat It
that Foley's Colic Cure is an instant
reael lor colic, summer complaint.
cholera morbus, diarrhoea, bloody
nux, enronic diarrhoea, cholera in
fantum, bilious colie, painters' colic
and all bowel complaints. Sold by
at. t . tfannsen ana X. H. Thomas,
Skin and blood diseases, causing
au sorts 01 aire disasters to ha man
happiness are easily and quickly
area ey Buraocr. blood bitters.
For Infkitta smd Cllfldren.
REWARD FOR TOM DUFFY.
Sheriff Sea disc Oat Oarda O (Tot baft- saoo
for alia Arrest.
Sheriff Hemenway is sending oat
osrds bearing a description . of
x nomas u. Daily, accused 01 arson
and horse theft, and offering 1200
lor nis arrest.
The reward is offered by John
Tindall. on whoso premises soath of
Milan the barn was destroyed, and
his son. Atlas Tindall. Daffy is do
scribed as follows: "Thirty to 35
years of age; height 5 feet 10 inches;
weight 165 to 170; dark hair, blue
eyes; wore black faded suit, sack
coat; shaved clean July 15; good
teeth, whioh show when shaved
1're parity la Molina.
The Chieago Times Herald in an
extensive write-up of the revival ot
industry ana prosperity, ssvs that
all the Moline factories except the
Moline Plow company are running
with full forces and are rushed with
orders. "But," the Republican
Journal says, "what is left unsaid in
tee rimee-Heraid article would give
an entirely different eolor to the
write-up. it says nothing about the
cnt in wages which has been general
throughont the city. Here are the
factories that have reduced pay of
tneir men irom iu to zo per cent:
Deere dt Co ; Deere A Mansur
Co.; Union Malleable iron
works; Dimook, Gonld ft Co.:
Sylvan steel works. It these shops
bib enjoying prosperity wny don't
they share it with the man, instead
of catting down their already scant
SZUsatoaos aa the Kaad to Health.
The recovery of digeitlon, and the resumption
nf activity by the llrer, bowels and kidneys,
are milestonts which mirk oar progress on the
road to health. Tbey rpee Illy beooaae percepti
b'e when Hosteller's Stomach Bitters it need by
the Invalid. Nothing to tnrely aid eseeditioasly
cent antes the distance to the desired lost. At
no bodily faocKon csn suffer Interrsptloa with
out Impairing the general health of the system,
to the system can never acquire perfect vigor,
health's synonym, until thst function he actively
retained. Take, for instance, digestion, a sus.
psntiea of which is Invariably rectified by ths
Bitters. If the organs npea which it devolves
grow weak, biliousness, conttipstloa, headache.
poverty of the blood, and a hundred other
symptoms supervene, which Indicate nnmlstak
sb'y the hsaef ul general influence of dyspepsia.
The disappearance of all these symptoms,
through the use of the Bi tsrssttow with what
thoroughness it removes their cases.
Sciatic KaoaBBBtleaa Cared.
L. Warmer, wholesale drnccrist.
Richmond. Va., says: "I had a fear-
iui attack: 01 scialie rheumatism,
was laid up almost two months; was
fortunate enongh to get Mystic Cure
for rheumatism. This cured me
after doctor's prescriptions had
failed to have anv effect." Sold hv
Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue,
J a. n 1 W n - are a a .
araggist, aoci isiana; uasiocaiegei
ex aon, zzu w est eecona street, uav
port. Flieal FUaal ruee.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at once,
acts as a poultioe, giving Instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
nothing else. Every box is guaran
teed. Sold by druggists or sent by
re r. 11 for 60 cents andfl per box.
Williams M'v'o. Co., Props , Cleve
land, Ohio. For sale by all drug
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical discovery of
the age. pleasant and , refreshing to
the taste, act centlv and TKiaitivaiv
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
. 1 , , j . . .
ajatem, uiapei ooiub, care neaaaone,
fever, habitual eonstipation and bil
iousness. Please bay and trv a box
of C. C. C. today; 10. 26, 60 oente.
Sold and guaranteed to ouro by all
"I always recommend Dr. Fowl
er's extract of wild strawberry in
eases of summer complaints aad
have never known it to fail. Yon
may use my name." C. A. West,
druggist, Rainsborongb, O.
Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys
and bowels Never sicken, weaken
or gripe; 10 cant.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Rock Island Savings Bank,
AT BOTK ULSKf),
8tste of Illinois, before the commencement of
bntiness on the Sd dsy of Augntt, 1W. aa
made to the Auditor of Pnhiic Accounts, of tLe
State of Illinois, pursuant to law.
Loans snd discounts
Other Bonds sad blocks
..$ BM.JM fx
.. rm.tiT x
Cssb on band
Doe from other banks
Other Real Bstste ,
Furniture aad fixtures
Current expeneea. Including Taxes
Tot ll $1,1KS,J
Capitsl ttock nsid In g lnn.flno en
CcdivHled proSts tJH TS
Dlv deeds Unpaid kl 00
Ssvius Deposits subject S
to aotire 69,g05 St! , nex tbs a
Time Certtilcstet of De- ; 1 OM.7M S3
posit ICS xl 0 J
Due to other banks 1.71s S4
Total.................. l.iss.ett SS
STATB OF ILLINOIS, I
Caaaty of Boat laland. f
I. P. Oraenewalt. casbierof the Rock Island sv
inre Baak. do solemnly swear that the a bore
Btatcvaoal is tree, to the best of my kaowledge
aad belief . p. OKxtSXAWALT, Cashier?
Subscribed and awora to before me this Sd
day of Aagaet, 1T7. P. t. K1X5BT.
New Lino of Art Squares Just Arrived.
W. S. HOLBROOK,vj
103. 106, 107 East Second Street,
TMCAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
VHi BJIVVUH sMsWOItiarai UT asSJ JVUSU1 tjf VTTWflM
Plustti.'RhenmsMsm, ana X Bay Worm,
NESVOUS DEBILITT Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness, threatened Ir-
ity. weak memory, taaasal Salnaloaa. at aaf aShst eaaaiBaa erne at Barrens ejreecev a
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula. Syphilis, Bloo
Kidney, Liver and Beta djtsaaao pan ha auich'e aad psrmaasntly aarai ky eel adeBbeai Sf
tstaaa Oat aaas)aastfssvsFV
VARICOCELE Is the most sotlv oaaae of nervous dsbUlty. Why trea
others when we rsareeva yoa s permxaeat care la aerea days by ear ptinle
method t Hydrocele cured la three days so pain. ' v
WOMEN Suffering from diseases pecnllar to their sex shonld onnsnlt as.
emeratlOBt performed at your home it oeelrodr gtbdomlnai aad brala eurgery aspects
FACIAL BLEMISHES Superfluous
O ONLY CUBABLB CASKS TAKBH . o
H yon caam anil. wms. Htadraaaeaiad BTsatO. BawiaS SSIS.II(a,Ttat a.,,
!:SSte S:S0. Best of references aad eredentlaa.
OfB.ce dajt during July and AafruKt Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wed ass dsy only.
DR. J. E. 17ALSE1.
OFFICE 194 W. Third St., MoCnUongh, Building, Davenport, Iowa.
Mr- Pes, W, Harvey, the Editor of
nDVAFJ') D A DITD "J7 World Hfraldof Omaha CJ
3 rt- mrLmK M been restored to health after
years or suffering; during which time the three best pbyslelans of tfce state
failed to help hiai. He hail indigestion so bad that be eon Id nttvar aat ai
than two meals a day and was obliged to carry snorpliine with blot to rrUere
paroxysms of pain. In ene attack he lost aa pranas in 9 Says. Three pack
ages of Dr. Kay's RenevAttr cured htm. For lack of spars we ran giro only
abort extracts from bis letter tut we urge all te send for full report of this rae
and stany others who bad failed to get help from rrelclacs or any medlcta,
until they took Dr Kay's Kenuaator. Mr. Harvey wrote: 1 consulted three of
the best physicians in the state but they failed to give rat rellaf. Mr stomach
was sore and semitiro. I was Indastd to try
and it Is eight 1
menas tor stomach trouble aad I think
aV awsa . .
nay s Kenovmor,
nontlis stnee I cooxmeneed Its nan and I now have an mnn. r'
)f my oil troub'a. I have reeoininendad it to tnsav nf m
xunovBwr aaa enrea so many 01 tne worst aae that wo consider It a nrrtala t'
ears for all cases of dyspepsia, cotiatipatioa, liver aad kldaer olaeaaea. an h
all tMrvoBS and blood dlsratea, headache, biliouanasa, ate AT TSU TiHX Cf k
TXAB It should be taken by everjone to renr.rat aad invigorate the a bole
system and to purify and enrich the blood, litlsf PI P? tt a a P"
and vigor to the whole body. It is easy and pleas- IJUVaf lrl. L?
ant to take. Tone an poor svntprn for the BDrinr work. Sold bv ararrlata as- 71
by snail for SSc and tl. I00tITl treating all dale as and a Denial Va
booklet on Female
I Sold by T. H. THOMAS, OrucsTlet. 5
And order a ease of oar bottled beer. If yoa
have never tasted it before, you will agree with ns that it is
the best that Is made. Every csre is nsel la the mecufeotor
of oar beer to make it the tost on the market. It Is healthy
and wholasom and a splendid tonl.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
Chronic, Nervous and
nf ftrttrl CATSC
all hare reported relief." In. Kay's
TiZt - AddreaS Dr. at. J. Key Mndiral CJ