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THE AB6PB, TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1897,
A trf:ct trr of the Mrr-est
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'ANTED--A TOOK AT 1213 FIFTEENTH
street, Moline. o waihlnif.
WANTED A GOOD SECOND COOK AT
oneo at Merchant' Kestaurant, Mur
kelvjuare. WANTED TtOnS TO STORE IN CHEAP,
clean and Uvht storage imtat wltneie
Vator at l J Second avenue. Johnny Jones.
II'ANTKD-LOCAT, AND SPECIAL
V f nirent for trie Arnerlnai L'nlnn Life In
surance cirr.panv of New York. Liberal oon
tnn!iainii(kewith nrn lio can write inimr
ance. Oiir policies un todate and at.rncme.
"ur full particular addresi C'harlcii S. Clark,
irereral nunaKcr. Northwestern department,
lTill Kisuer building, Chicago, I1L
TANTKO TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
I T morula, wateioes. jewelry, hardware,
Itiuslpal loi trumaniH, bicycle, clothing, dry
foods, fiublure, e'.e. Highest oa-ih prices
pd for second h;.nd icood., of all k;nils auto,
i ho above god for fc:e at half the usual
tore price. A I bnaineK) traductions strictly
cor.rCentia). H. r.ew circber a:d location,
lil Seoond Avenue. Don't forget It. J. W.
BOK rlKNT-KKKNISIIED ROOM: STEAM
heat and bath, at ;i:o , Twentieth street.
l.Vnr? fvr imTil ff frovtcmn
Complete. A'lurevi N. conuer, Ocneeo, I
Ioit KENT-a nr..w!KAi!i.i: cottage of
mi rooms, r.i;i hifbtn avenue. Inquire
"IVOR RENT A FURNISHED HRIC1C RES
A. IdeDfle, elifli? Inntt rooms: rent reasona
ble. Apply at Fifth avenue.
"LX)R RENT FOrR ROOM FLATONTWEN-S-
limn itrect III) p-r rnouth. Apply to E.
ti. Stafford, Maaonlc Temple block.
LX)R HALE-TWO HOTELS. CORDON A
-a. mow man.
1R SsLF-fOAL IN ANY QUANTITY
A of W ljil-ln-W or over at ! SO per tun. de
livered c. i. l to anv part of the city. Send
order to Eno .V J a met, Milan, 11L
F)R SALE OR HSNT-A HOUSE or 10
room at 110 Thud avenue; contains all
modern lmproveruetiui and la la good repair.
Apply to K. U. Fr iior.
"L'Oil SALE OR EXCHANGE A GOOD
X pavinv Imkrry bi.inr at I UN Third ave
riu liwnrr wl.,hc to rr.iraire In other bul
beM. Will take real eita'e lu exohabrie. Call
at above number for particular.
ufjono J. Burns
Hu', S-fi .r? ('& anK
piovefty. Collect K-Ciiti-.
The old tiri aod trnt
tr'rd coinpncy repre-
s t-.cv ritati". cofspany
Your I . r-f 'ivu buliciuii:. .
CSc lilw. Jotitd At.
Etarpor Honoe B'.ock.
i-a. i. T:rtT '
KLV8 CKEAM BAT.M 1 a ponltlrernrr.
Apply Into the norri:. It i qairaly ahuorbed. M
ernt at lnii.-ir't or by mail ; nunp'e loc. by mail.
IX I BKUTUtlta, M Warren bt., New Xork Cily.
tntmmerti, lrnnmlniforms Eqnip
mvnttiforlUnilpanJ Druml'nrp- Low
m trricvveriiantNl. KtutiCAtKlojr.a
llltwtratmna,M'i4frrf rr; it civea Pantl
Maaic A Irfrurt'na f -r Am tar It ,1a.
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AUJJLO 1 LUl V) g&rtAfl 1 huJ tt. ,fTer
- ! a! fr . 14. ETT.kU itKbtBI
crier tf excellence la nsaafgrtare." r?"
One Cent a Cap.
& CO. Ltd.
fHY WANT MORE OF IT.
People Along Twentr-Paarth Street Ssek
The enterprising property holders
facing on Twenty-fourth street in
the block between Seventh and
Eighth avenues, will seek to have
their thoroughfare paved by petition,
which is the only way under the new
law to accomplish the improvement
where it is not already provided for.
The work that has eo far progressed
on Seventh avenue east of Twenty
third street has made sach a decided
transformation in the entire sur
roundings that the people on Twenty-fourth
street realize that with
the additional block it would afford
uninterrupted access to their prop
erty on paved streets to the business
section as well as to most residence
portions of the eity.
BlM t WlDdom.
A wisevrouiait tt ill have her husband
eo well trained that when t-he tells him
a thing ouce it will be enough. Men
hate to have a thing "dingdouged into
them," as some of them elegantly ex
press it I am a very even tempered
uau, but I think my self praise would
suffer a severe shock if my wife told me
to order a barrel of flour when we first
got np in the morning and then repeat
ed the ccnimutid sis times at the break
fast tablo, twice while I was putting on
my overcoat and gloves and then fol
lowed me to the tato to scream it out
after me as I turned the corner. Jlon
bate that sort of nagging.
A wise man will not tell his wife any
lies, not even little white ones. If he
must lio, he will be safer and wiser if
he lies to some one lcs3 likely to nncoV'
er bis duplicity A wife is a regular
ferret in a matter of this kind. I never
told mine a harmiess little fib in mv
life that she didn't expose me before the
sun went down. It is wonderful what
clever intuition women have in this di
recticn It is dumfounding to men who
are not always absolutely truthful. The
best of husbands often feel that there
are things they won't "bother wife
with" little complications in their
business affairs or little extravagant ex
penditures in tho.way of a hotel dinner
or some other little harmless affair of
which they would just a littlo rather
not speak cr tn regard to which they
may equivocate. But they'd better tell
the truth end hold to it. It is always
best in the end, as men find out the
older they grow. I have found it out
with, I trust, most of the years of my
life still before me. Zenas Dane.
It is related that a sophomore one
commencement day was crossing the
campus of Emory college, Oxford, Ga.,
with his sweetheart, who stopped to
read tlio inscription upon the stone to
the memory of Ignatius Few, the first
"What does that mean?" she asked,
pointing to the line, "Vivit non
mortuuscst." Proud of his ability to
translate Latin, the student explained
"'IIo lives. No, he don't; he's dead.' "
"acw York Christian Advocate,
Bnna-laa'a Arnica Hair
The best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Seres, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum. Kevor Sores. Tetter. Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruption, and positively cures
Files, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. tor sale by liarts ft uuomeyer
Dont Totaaoao Malt aud Manoara loaf Life
If yon war.t to quit tobaoao usinj?
easily ana 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 gain ton pounds in ten davs
Over 400,000 cured. Buy Sfo-To-Bac
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a onre. Booklets and sam
ples mailed free. Addros Sterling
Remedy company, Chicago or New
Dancarooa 1 fluking Water.
Death lurks in impure water. It
breeds diseases often in epidemic
The first svmptom is looseness of
the bowels. These diseases are
checked bv taking Foley's Colic Cnre
Sold by M. V. Bahnsen and T. H.
raa or roastlnatioa. rsscarats art the Ural Lua-i
m. er rr,M.C.t caniaata"li:
tU. ktiaaa. natrral. fu.. orrw lork. Tt.
Six Men the Victims of a State's
Toleration of Various Kinds
TWO DEAD, TWO FATALLY KTITEED,
While Two More ITave Met an Cnknowa
Fate at the Hands of the Murderers of
Their Fellows Deed Done by Moonshin
ers Who Ambush a Party of Officers
Cncle Sans Offers $SOO Reward for What
May Cost Many Lives.
Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 31. Six men
were probably massacred In the wilds
of the mountains of Pope county Sun
day afternoon. Two were killed out
right, two were fatally wounded and
left for dead and two have n:ysiriously
disappeared and are either dead or be
ing held captive by the bloodthirsty
bandits who committed the awful crime.
The killed are: Captain B. F. Taylor,
of Searcy county, a deputy United
States marshal; Joe Dodson, cf Stone
county, a deputy marshal. The fatally
wounded are two brothers named Ren
frew, of Searcy county. The names of
missing men are not known, but
they are supposed to be deputy sheriffs
rrom an adjoining county. The victims
were all officers, deputy United States
marshals and deputy ihr". a the
men who did the awtui wors ox- .arnag-e
are moonshiners of the bold est and
most desperate class. The scene of the
bloody crime was a gulch or ravine in
the mountains of Pope couaty, at an
isolated Fpot thirty-five miles fr'.im Rus
seilville, the nearest telegraph office, and
ten miles from will Springs.
And Where Was the tireut Slate?"
The region has for years been the fa
vorite rendezvous for counterfeiters and
moonshiners and a district in which no
law-abiding citizen could live. Veteran
moonshiners who were years ago hunted
and hounded out of Georgia, North
Carolina, Tennessee and other states.
have settled In that mountainous coun
try and continued their illicit distillin
vl wmsKjr. .-ounierieiters nave op
erated there and criminals of other
classes have taken refuge in the hills
of Pope county. For years it has been
considered the worst and most danger
ous section in the state. The officers
for a long time have been trying to
break up the lawlessness in that vicini
ty and many battles between them and
the desperadoes have occurred.
Meant Well, bat Lost His Life.
Captain B. F. Taylor, the richest man
In Searcy county and a man of much
prominence, determined to aid the offi
cers in putting down crime in that sec
.."u. iic i-ecurea a commission as a
deputy United States marshal and led
the posse In the raid that resulted in
his death. A few days ago a success
ful raid was made in the same locality
in which a dozen moonshiners were
captured and brought to Little Rock.
One of them told the officers that at
least fifty large distilleries were operat
ing in the same neighborhood. Taylor,
with his posse, located a large moon
shine outfit Saturday night and decided
to make the raid on Sunday in daylight
OFFICIALS FIKKD ON FKU.M AMBISII
Leader lnttantly Killed nnd Posse Nearly
anuiiiiuieu mure Awake at Last.
Proceeding slightly in advance of his
men Taylor was within thirty feet of the
distillery when he was suddenly fired
upon from ambush and instantly killed.
As Dodson ran up to Taylor he was also
shot dead in his tracks. Rifles began to
crack in ell directions and a terrible vol
ley was tired into the olticers. The Ren
frew brothers fell mortally wounded and
lay by the roadside until later in the day
a traveler named Pack chanced by. All
traces or the bandits had disappeared,
as well as two of the deputy sheriffs.
ine latter have not since been heard
from and are believed either to have
been killed or wounded and taken away
cupmes oy me moonsniners.
i-acic nurned to Russellville with the
news, and the coroner, together with a
sheriffs posse, immediately started for
the scene. No news has been received
since they departed. Pack thinks the
Renfrew brothers will be dead before
the party reaches them. It was not
known by whom the crime was commit
tea. but the officers believe the gang is
composed of desperadoes headed by Hor
ace Bruce and John Church, two of the
most danegerous characters in that lo
xae inuea states authorities were
yesterday asked to offer a reward for
the arrest of the gang, to which the state
will contribute, and a determined effort
will be made to capture them. It is very
probable that the effort will lead to fur
ther bloodshed. Captain Taylor was an
ex-captain in the Federal army. He had
served two terms in the state legislature
and was noted for his bravery. Marshal
Cooper has received the following tele
gram irom the attorney general at
Washington: Expense of posse, subject
to executive approval, not to exceed $2.
000 authorized. Five hundred reward
authorized for capture and delivery to
marshal of all persons implicated in the
Alleged Schlaetter Is Not Schlaetter.
Chicago, Aug. 31. In spite cf the many
columns of free advertising he has re
ceived in the papers the man claiming
to be Francis Schlaetter, alias "Rattle
snake Bill," alias "Diamond Bill." failed
to draw a crowd yesterdayat Manhattan
Beach botel. More than that two or
three Denver men say he is not Schlaet
ter at all. More than that he cures no
one. so it is stated. Still further, he does
not profess to be a "divine healer," al
though he claims to be Schlaetter.
Letter Carriers to Meet at 'Frisco.
Washington, Aug. 3L Announcement
was made yesterday from the headquar
ters of the National Association cf Let
ter Carriers in this city that the annual
convention of the carriers will be held
In San Francisco from Sept. 6 to 11. San
Francisco was chosen originally, but
later Chicago was substituted or.d yes
terday as the result cf a conference by
wire with the chief members of the bedyit
was decided to meet on the Pacific coast.
Five Finlaaders Drowned.
Gladstone. Mich., Aug. 31. Yesterday
morning five Finlanders were drowned
in the bay opposite the furnace by the
capsizing of a sail boat. Their names
are: Gus Eriekson, John Fandt, Gust
Anderson, John Henanson, Holp Erick-oa.
CHANCE FOR TRLCITIES.
Bock It land A rseasl loeavl Location for aa
Aranrr Flsta Factory.
As has been heretofore stated, it it
not improbable that congress at its
next session, will make an appropria
tion for the construction of an armor
plate factory. The members of the
armor plate board appointed by the
secretary of the navy to prepare
plans and specifications for a govern
ment armor plant, inspected the Illi
nois Steel company's works at Chi
lbe appointment oi the board was
the outcome of the refusal of the
Carnegie and Bethlehem companies
to furnish armor at fSOO a ton.
These companies declared it could
not be made profitably for less than
(450 a ton. About this time the
Illinois Steel company offered to
bnild an armor plant and furnish the
government with armor plate at (2-40
a ton, provided a 20-years' contract
was given, mis exceedingly low
bid was a complete surprise to
the navy department and the eastern
manufacturers, ine ma resnitea in
the armor plate question being taken
up by congress and an act passed
nxing the maximum price oi armor
pi&te at 300 a ton. Congress also
authorized the secretary of the navy
to appoint a conimiseion ct navai
experts to investigate the matter.
and there was an intimation that if
armor plate can be manufactured
for f300 a ton, the government
might establish its own factory. The
question will be definitely settled
when the board reports to corgress
at its next session. Chicago is mak
ing a great effort toward securing its
location, should such a plant be de
termined on by the government. It
would give employment to between
lo.uoo and lo.UuO men.
There is no more suitable spot in
the county for the launching of such
an enterprise than Rock Island arse
nal. Here every advantage is pos
sessed. The three cities should unite
in an effort to secure the location of
the armor factory, should Uncle Sam
lecide to build one.
The armor plate board consists of
Commodore J. A. Howell. U. S. N.
orcsident: Capt. A. H. McCormick
U. S N.: Civil Engineer M. T. Endi-
:ott, TJ. S. N. ; Chief Engineer J. II
Perry. U. S. N.; Liont. F. F. Fletch
er, u. o. N ; Lieut. W. i. Chambers,
U. S. N., recorder.
SWEDE ANNIE CAPTURED.
Breakrr Arrested at tna Yladnct by
Annie Wolfson, alias "Swede
Annie," who escaped from the county
jail Ang. 16 by removing a lock from
the door of the room in which she
was confined, was arrested at 10
o'clock last night on the viaduct foj
Chief Pender. The chief had been
notified by one of the guards th&t a
suspicions woman had started across
the bridge from Davenport, and be
posted himself at the Kock Inland
approach. It proved to be "Swede
Annie. She protested against be
ing taken to jail, and said that it
was strange if a woman could
not go peaceably about her bus
iness without police interference.
She told the chief that she had
been in Moline since breaking from
the county calaboose. Swede An
nie," the police say, has a faen'.ty of
joggling with the trntb. and they
believe she has been ia Iown all the
time, and was returning to Rook
Island for the first time, thinking
that the offioers had given np search
'or her, and would not pay further
attention to her. She was tnrned
over to the sheriff and again placed
behind the bars, where ehe is tick
eted to remain, pending the action
'f the grand jury on a charge of lar
ceny, for which she is held.
Cohn's grocery on Second avenoe
between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
streets was burglarized last night.
A rear window was entered, and
tbout 2 worth of groceries taken.
The job is supposed to have been
the work of boys.
The police patrol was called to the
home of Mrs Hudson on Third
rreet between Fifth and Sixth ave
nues last night to quell a diturb
tnca. Mrs. Hudson and her hus
don't httoh very well, it appears, ard
iad been having a lively bit'le over
he children. Capt. Kckard arrested
Hudson, who was afterward released
m a promise that he would keep
tway from bis wife.
A Tried Kmdy F-r B'lionsneam.
Tbow who snffer from dieorJer or fraction of
the liver wi!l nev r ct ths npp'ir hand tf the
nn'n'y o-gan as long a ttey use reel irrational
remedies as bine pill, ea'onel atd podophj llin.
Bnt from the trie i ani po nUr medicine, Hoa
tetter's 3tmach Bitter;, they may expect relief
with a certa'nty of obtaining it. The Ixflnenne
of the Bitters upon the great biliary gland .'s
d ree, powerful aid speedily felt. The relief
afforded is tot spasmodic, bnt complete at.it per
manent. The eallownefs of the skin, furrel ap
pearance of the tongue, indigestion, ccstivenes,
headache, nausea, pats thrjngh the right ride
and shoulder. In fact every accompaniment of
the obstinate omplalnt are entirely and prompt
ly removed by a e junta of this inestimable medi
cine, ia behalf of which testimony is constant'y
emanating from every quarter, and from all
claares of society.
Whoa Yon Take tsat Veoatlaa
the mist necessary article to have
with you (titer yonr pocket book) is
a bottle of Foley's Colio Cure. It is
an absolute prevention or cnre of all
derangements of the bowels caused
by a change of water. You are
likely to need it. Sold by M. F,
Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas, drug-
The misery of years has been cured
in a single night by the use of Doan's
Ointment, a positive, never-failing
emeuy lor itching piles and all aim
ilar diseaces. Your dealer keeps it, !
or MB cret It for vnn Vnr aal Vtw !
WEDDED AT OTTUMWA.
KtoaoB Lawta Takes tats T o
ssbtr aa his Brlda,
The marriage of Simon Lewis, of
this city, and Miss Theresa Forsten
berg. of Oltumwa, Iowa, in that
city Sunday evening, was a brilliant
event in the social-circles of that city,
in which the bride move d. The cer
emony was performed by Rtbbl Cop
land, or (Jbicago. at the taome of aol
Furstenberg, 412 East Second street.
The bride's maids were Misses
Bertha Adler and Alice Lvon, of
Ottnmwa, while A. Furstenberg,
of Denver, and J. Sickel, of Ottnmwa,
were groomsmen. The bride was
beautifully attired in white silk,
with orange blossoms, and carried a
cluster of white roses. Following
congratulations an elaborate wed
ding feast was spread, while tokens
of appreciation on the ptrt of rela
tives ana friends were showered npon
the happy couple. Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis are now temporarily domi
ciled at the home of the groom's
brother at the corner of Thirteenth
street and Fifth avenue. There were
present at the wedding from Rack
Island, Mr. and Mrs. H. Lewis, H.
Morris and J. J. Taxman, together
with L. Livingston, of Moline.
Mr. Lewis is one oi Rock Island's
energetic and successful young busi
ness men. being of the liquor nrm cf
oiorris ec Levis, ana has many
friends who are congratulating him
on having won one of Ottnmwa'
fairest and most accomplished
The Evening School
At Angustana Bueiaess college will
open Wednesday evening, Sept. 1,
instead of bept. 13, as first an
nounced, lbe rooms are now in
perfect order, lighted with electri
city and heated with steam. Instruc
tion will be given in:
Course I Bookkeeping, arithme
tic, penmanship, letter writing.
Course II shorthand and type
Course III Drawing.
The cost for each course will be
only $5. Remember, we furnich
books and all materials free with
each course. No extra fee. Time
unlimited. Yon pay for the course
oomplete. But it will seldom take
more than four months to complete
tne course inose wto so desire
may start with the regular business
course, on special terms, with a
view to graduation. Other subjects
( may be arranged for at very moder
ate prices H classes are arranged.
Only experienced tea- hers will be
employed. The tim will be ar
ranged to suit the majority of the
clatss. Apply to Dr. O. Olsson, Pres
ident. Telephone 1246
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will Had the true remedy in Electric
miters. ibis medicine does not
stimulnte, and contains no whiskv.
nor other intoxicant, but acts as
tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
on the stomach and bowels, adding
strength and giving tone to the or-
gans, thereby biding nature in the
performance of the fnnctions. Elec
tric bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digoetion. Old people find
t tost exactly what they need. Price
50 cents and $1 per bottle at Hartz &
unemejers drug store.
Try Allan's Foot-Kaaa.
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. At this reason your feet feel
swollen and not, and get tired eas
i.y. If you have smarting feet or
tight shoes, try Allen's toot-Ease
It cools the feet and makes walking
easy. Cures and prevents swoolen
and sweating feet, blisters and cal
lous spois. Keaeves corns and bun
ions of all pain and gives rest and
comfort. Try it todav. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores for 25
cents. Trial packages Free. Ad
dress Allen S Olmsted. Le Roy,
Ehtomstlnin Onrad In X4 Honrs.
T. J. Blackmore, of Haller
Blackmore, Pittsburg, Pa., says: 1
short time since I procured a bottle
of Mystic Cure. It got me ont of
the house in 24 hours. I took to my
bed with rheumatism nine months
azo and the Mystic Cure ia the only
meaicine that did me anv good.
had five of the best physicians in the
city, out i received very little reiier
from them." Sold by Otto Grotjao,
1501 Second avenne, 'druggist. Rock
Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220
West Second street, Davenport.
Does your head feel as thongh
someone was hammering it, as
though a million sparks were flying
oat of the eves? Have you horrible
sickness of the stomach? Burdock
Blood Bitters will cure you. For
sale by Marshall & Fisher.
For Infanta and Children.
Hails st X m "
tLfunnf jri sjrJ ryTl - -T
da! is S7f f tf
FAMOUS DISCOUNT SALE
20 Per Cent
OS EVER r THING IS
A large Combination Biok
Case and Writing Dek t 75
Solid oak pillar Extension
Table $3.50 net.
A fine large Hall Rack with
eat 4 80 net
Solid oak Sideboard, polished
finish, large mirror, 10 net.
Bed Room Seta, Center
Tablet, Chiffoniers, Parlor
Goods, Fancy Rockers, China
Closets, Iron Beds, and evert
tbing in this large store in
Furniture ia included in this
W. S. H0LBR00K,
IOJ, 105, 107 East Second Stn DAvenport.
fa ITaVt'ls..-gTOe-r,i.. w
When in Doubt,
Health is Life's
11 K A
Onr Electric Machine for
the treatment of Narrows
Diseases, Kheamatirm and
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WOMEN Suffering from diseases of
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ebon Id call un the great scciaut and
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anins. mimi losses, aeiective memoty, ureatenea insanity, Mrs cf will power, menial de
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VARICOCELE Is the most active)
mnntn wuu omers wnen wr gaaranie yoa a permanent cnre la Si ven dsjs tr onr painless
melh-.df Hydrocele cared in three days- no pain.
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CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE t11
Mr. Pan. W. Horwaw tha Editor af
DDVA&liO DaDaTDthl' Weekly World-Herald of Omaha
T a CS rAraanhit bwn restored to health after
years of suffering during which time the thn-e bext physicians of the t-tale
failed to help him. He had Indirection so bad that hn could nerer eat mare
than two meals a day and was obliged to carry morphine with him to relieve
paroxysms of pain. In one attack he tost VI p-mirla In V days. Three park
ace f lr. Kay's Kenovati-r cure ! him. Fur la-k of Kpare we ran give only
short extrart-t from his le'ter i ut we urge all tn send fur full report of this eae
and many other who had failed t get help from pbyelciana or any DtdliM,
until they took Dr Kav's Renovator. Mr. Hrvey wrote: "I consulted tbreeof
the best physicians in the fcUt but they failed to give ma relief. My stomach
was sore and sensitive. I was Induced to tiy
and It Is eieht months sine)
turns whatever of my oH troub-
friends for xtunach trouble and I think all have rained relief." lr. Kay's
Renovator has cured so many of the worst eases that we mtMlder It a certain
cum for all cases of dveuala. contiptl-ifi, liver and kidney rfiaeaa. and
all nervous and blood diseases, headache, biliouMMsa, etc AT TSIS TQCE CT
TZAS It f-hould be taken by everyone 10 ren'-vate and Invigorate the whole
syst-ra and to purify and enrich the blood, giving fas tff laf a saw mm
ami vigor to thn whole body. It Is easy and pleas- let we L ' r K
ant to take. Tone np yonr systmi vnr the spring work. Sold by druggists or
sent by mail fur 5c and il. SOSZXS'S treating ell dises and s,ial
booklet on Female Lvtsease, ALL FfiXS- Address Dr. B. J. Kay Medical
Co.. Western Office, Omaha. Wb.
Sold by T. M. THOMAS, DruRiet.
A large stock of) g The largest stock
Furs also on fi 0Ur tUT O uf GloY:s ,n the
handJI modeled and g gf""'
O sonabla prices
Bennett's Glove and Fur Store.
20 Per Coat
&vl rolls of All Wool Carpets
at 60c per yard.
These are all new designs
and very desirable.
55 rolls of Matting at l?s
5 rolls of Matting at 17 e
These Mattings and Carpets
are the greatest bargains offered
A very large line of Bags and
Con nit the Best.
L T II
Dr. J. E. Walsh,
I ale of Chicago formerly
Bsrireoa-lB Chief of at
Anthony V HltaL
Most Successful Socialist
Surgical Diseases of Both I
Prompt and Permanent Curea.
all blood, liver aud kidney diseases.
the omb, nvarixs, bladder, kidoeya.
Heart. asp rriaor a- y a la. aae i-erullar to iaa ana,
set an op'.nlon on lb tr case free of cLsrya.
range of nervous debility. Why treat
's Renovator, b
I eomroenend Pa nan and I now have do y tiip-iib-ft.
1 hav rMtitiMDdv-tl It to mnj of mj