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TUn AXwOtm-SATURDAY, OCTOBCn 1G. 1CTT.
5 Your Crater pJQpp
Will Give You II ITSU-JlL
viSS"-; OPSI! containing 20
2 yar s of (he tc-t ?r.vin- silk with every rp$&&$M& f
" sma!i sizecakenf White cloud Roati:r wWPfiQ
Snap. The cost of this spoon and si-ool '$a$& fcsBS J
C5 oi"?ii!. comes cut.. f o!irjxkct e:iiiro'v V--t'l?Wl 5
t ii's cr.e of our wavs of advertbin?. ijK &
o V : wr.nt yxi to get accjnamfed with the -Ha"
c el iioV,i;ijc soap on the markd. Ca: hj the ko.ctuck silk co
g White CSoud is the only soap I.i the world mad: in Porcelainc
w Linci jetties wiucii is an absolute guarantee of purity. If your
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TriE LARGEST SOAP MANLFAPTbhfcBS
'RalnwaUTalS' It m hwite Sft. Trv i. W'" USe K'm 5
Boxing Gloves and Sporting Goods
of all kinds
4r THE LOWEST PRICES
Boxing Gloves Our own make. now
on- sale at
ANTF:n A C'OMPETEXT CIUL AT 1300
tfANTKD-A COMI'KTENT f;IKU OKR:
V? Bun prrferrr.d; references rei)ulrcd
114 Nineteenth (treat.
WA NTKD AT nNCK-MKN TO WORK OM
i'attumoa Jlroa. government worka near
I airport, low. Wugea (1.75 per daj.
WANTF.l CHIMNEYS TO SWEEP BY
ibloaro lllll, the (weeper. Can be
I'm ml at 1017 Scoond avenue, or teleiihoue
WNTKIl-A YOVKOMAN WHO HAS
V hud experience In the rrncery trade
nt 131 Thlrtyeigblb struct. Must oome well
WA NTr3-OOOnS TO STORE IN f 7HKAP,
v olcnn and Hirtit storage roome. with ele
vator at lima froDd avenue. Johnny Jonea.
"rANTEO-FIRST CLASS SALESMEN
for lubrleatlnK nIH. rreaxea and aiieolal
tin. Addrcaa the bKxUlanl OU It Compound
ompunjr, Cleveland, OUIa
AtfA NTKD TO tOA MOVKT ON DI A
T monda, watahea, Jewelry, hardware,
mualoal Inatramenta, bloyolea. clothle, dry
H)i., furniture, ato. Htirheat eao prloes
l u iit aeooqa aDa jrrxxia or ail Kicaa alao.
he above aooda for aaln at bait taa nanal
(tore prions. AU boxlnma tranitaot lotia (trtetl
rintdentlal. Hit new number and location,
Vlt boennd Avnnua rvm't f orgat la, J. W.
Jou y. Two rlniraon IU7.
LWn PKNT-PRINT1NO AND COAL
uuieo at uiv aeoona avenue.
IilOR RKNT-A fIVK ROOM 'FLAT ON
Tblrd avenue. Call at M. & K.
IjtOR RKNT-A ROOM COTTAGE. IN-
quire of P. J. Warner, til Fourth avenue.
TjlOR RKNT-rtOCSK ON FORTY-THIRD
- atreet. Inquire of F. M. hlnnet, &
1 Ifth avenue.
IOR RENT-ROOM 3 WITH STKAM HEAT,
kim ard bain, with board. Call at 131
fon nr.xT-NicEi.Y FrnNiaiiED front
-- room, eoner of Tblnl avenue and Th r
tecavn mreet. No. S3U.
IXm RENT-FOCR ROOM FLAT ON T WEN
tleth atrwet: 1 10 per wioath. Apply to E.
IL Stafford. Masooio Temple btoek.
"POR RENT ROOM HOC8E ON SEV
JL eth avenue and Tents atrcet. Newly pa
fnrad and palntd. Apply to George F. Roto.
IiXJR RENT A CARPETED OFFICE ROOM
ea 8eao4 avenue and Klgbteentb atrerk
Jeetrle llebt. aw am heat, reaaonable rant.
Apply to Llermaa Uetjcna.
T.XR WALK TWO BOTaXS. OORDON
1. SALK-CnEAP A HEAVY DRAFT
hone at C. Tecaler A Co m.
"UyR SALE A BAKK.RY IN OOOD LOCA
A lion and rood nxturea and good running
order. Inquire at Argun omce
1A HALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
- of t buahela or over atriSO per Ion, de
li vcred U. O. D. to any part of tbe city. Leave
rtrden at Commercial bo use barber (hop, Rock
"I OST-A IKX1K MARKED -MBS. G. C.
.. ' Horn"on-tbe Roek bland Savlnm bank.
indrr wui pleaae return to Stewart, tbe nav
A GENTS-fiETM CENTS ON EACH DOL-
- lar no experlrnoe aeeetKary. Write for
Jirrt ,ouint Addre(TheCaiaolieNewe. ft
I'arelay at ret I, New York.
13 SALE OR EXCHANGE A GOOD
PMtng bakery Daalaeaa at I I0J TkTd ave
CkBilMair In ether hua4
keaa. Wui take real eatate la ezeaaaga. Call
t above auaioer for partloulara.
wtlh every Urge
ins name ana auaress.
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fitSrtK & tLIO- CHIMCt.
IN THE WOULD. ESTABLISHED 1339.
Tbe W aatuief We ar "
ltaiu and much colder tonight;
Kxcent In thn SMtnm rinrtlnn nt
Montana, the temperature baa fallen
from Mlantsot and thn Aliasbsippl
rivdr westward. The greatest
Chances were 2d Jpirrm-t bA t Imaha.
it at Puoblo, and 24 at Dodgtt City.
jvuiing iroMia occurrea in western
Sooth Dakota and norther Nebraska.
Today's temperature, fc.
Lu. is. avnT, otHerver. t
The Quickstep, Pilot and Ten-
arorcK went north.
Xho water was 2 S3 at C a. m., at
noon 2 80; the tompornture 67.
The Winona and Verne Swain were
bore on their rogoar daily trips.
Only alight ahangos will occur in the
rlyer from Bock Inland northward in
the next 91 hoar.
Tho Mountain Eollo, I.ina Hanson,
Nettie Dnrant and J. W. VanSant
came down with 16 strings ot logs
eaon ana ine lenoroeok with eight.
The committee on arranAmAnia
for the Industrial fair opening at the
Bock Island rink Monday evening
rcepeciiuiiy invues mayor aiedilJ,
members of the citv cnnnp.il anrl
State's Attorney Soarle to attend on
inat occasion, ana the mayor is re
qaestod to make the opening speech.
W. H. Schillikoek, Seo. Com.
Tom Ward, a river man, had his
left hand badly cat in a row in the
. , . . ... .
vicinity oi first avenue ana Twen
tieth street last Eight. His hand
was dressed br Dr. II' F. Hull. Wan
refuses to give the name of his as-
sa-iani. sso arrests.
It baa Mot lie fmvca
that Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Uoncy is the
Dost cocgn and lung remedy on earth
unless yon try it. If you do this and
don't agree with us, you get your 25
cents back quick, right where yon
It ttlta the fpot.
When suffering from a severe cold
and your throat end Inrgs feci sore,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar,
when the soreness will be at once re
lieved, a warm grateful feeling and
healing of the parts affected will be
experienced and von will sst: "It
feels so good. It hits tbe spot." It
a guaranteed. or S DY X. H
A. TVaaAT fHa t-rVl ttnmt
TiDY.8ELCNA- THE FAIR CASTONNTE
-M The eminent, tine, busineaa clairvoyant
and medium, givea the namea. dates and facta
V. . "j nuW iear ano wiab of
. . v.- b MIS il nCDk Dan (Qfl
,uni"P lla onderful accuracy. Sbe haa no
card auipbu. your lite beleirto her a an open
u w Qwivinoca oi ner wonder
ful power. The only clairvoyant in the world
K It n Will .ll . wa m . . n .
uaite frlreda. eairae apeedy mamaire with the
one you love, break the evtl lifluencea. rive
yon rood luck and restore tbe lost and etolen
article, eto., bt SO eaya or return yon your
money Honrs. 9 to fee. W center Consul
tation hT mmU WlU atmnn , "
ond avenue. "
GOIIIG 111 FOR GOLD.
Moline, Too, Has the Klondike
Fever Quite Thoroughly
EXPL0EI5O C0MP AST 13 I0SKED.
WUI Send an Active Party ef Prat
peetora Into the Sakoat With the
Opening; of the Cuaniar. fiprina; The
flua of Keawhlns and Searching the
Caaatry ha the lir Hortbland.
J OCK ISLANDERS who in the
Sr interest of either of the pros
JL perity enterprises being
V forrrjf.d in this city may go
into the Klondike gold fields next
season will befapt to find old friends
and neighbor to compare notes with
Moline Is plaining to go into tbe
systematic exploring of the Alaskan
country for all there is in it on
strictly business principles. The
Moline Yukon Exploring company,
with stock of $8,000 to t'O.O'JO al
ready paid in toward a capital to ba
fixed at about $25,000, has been
formed. The temporary officers just
elected are F. E. Howe, president;
M. J. McEniry, secretary, and C. W.
Lundahl, treasurer. The entire com
pany will not move on the Klondike
fields in a body in the spring, bnt
will select a number of cnosen men
to prospect for them, and send them
forth, and take their word as to what
they find. The plan of prospecting
as now proposed will insure returns
without loss of time after reaching
the fields. The intention now is to
devote attention principally to dredg
ing and pumping tor the precious
metaL 'Xha Yukon will bo searched.
A Special Steamboat.
The start by the party will be
made Feb. 1, when two members will
go to Seattle and superintend the
bnilding of a specially-constructed
steamboat, as weil as arranging for
naucever supplies can oe Dest pur
chased there. The boat and its con
sort, a flatboat, will be shipped to
oi. micnaeis in sections. The steam'
boat will be supplied with sluice'
boxes and a pump capable of raisins
sand from a depth ot 40 foet. enabl
ing the prospectors to proceed far
out into ine xuKon river where there
is said to be an inexhaustible supply
ui gum, so iar dui utile prospected
upon. Nearly every one has confined
nis attention to the river banks.
The nuggets are said to have been
washod from the ledecs on the bank
and are washed into tho pockets
or holes in tho bottom of the river
And while Klondike expeditions
are in order a litt'.e company at Hock
Island and Davonport peopld to the
number of 20 have chipped in J.100
each to send a pair of miners, named
lucks ana Manama;, who live in Dav
enport, up to the Klondike for a lit-
tiu private prosperity. They will
start the first of next week.
MRS. 8. B. GORDON'S WILL.
Heura Have It Set Aalde anil Enter Into
a, Mutual Agreement.
The will of the lata Mra Kuril. R
Gordon, wife cf Dr. Htron r.nrrfan
or mid city, nas been probated in the
Kvuuiy court, xne tosi&menl was
executed Fab. 19. 1892. ani hrr ,r.d
terms the testatrix left the entire
estate to her husband, with the ex
ception oi a S2.000 bcouet.t to eaah
of her two daughters, Mrs. Fannie
Alonnette and Miss Lanra Rnrdnn.
Coincident with the filing of the
win, mere wa aieo niea an agree
ment, entered into bv the heirs a.nr!
legatees, by which the terms of the
Will are Dractic&llv annnllnrl anrl
more satisfactory division of the es-
lata rtrnv7ff?At In Tfcl.. &
approved bv the court, nrovidoa that
both real and personal property, with
curtain exceptions, is to DC neld in
common. All personal property In
the homestead. PTnfint haIai n,l
moneys, becomes the absolute prop
erty of Dr. Gordon, ond he also is to
receive t5.000 from thn aetata ViafArn
division this nm nnt tn hn tlror
oat oi tbe bank stock, but from don
ers received lor the aala of rr!
eatate in case the estate is divided in
severalty. The bank stock is to be
equally divided among the legatees;
the homestead with two ni
gronnd is to be set eff as a home for
ui. uoraon ana nis daughter, Laura,
rent free, for one year. Miss Laura
Gordon becomes the administratrix
of the estate.
One Uood Uoee
of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey on re
tiring stops a couch, relieves crone.
or cures a cold, and insures quiet
rest and refreshing sleep. It is harm,
less. Babies love it. All mothnra
who have used it recommend it. Trv
a 25 cent bottle from yaur druggist.
California exearaioaa. . .
For fnll narticnlara of low rata a.
CUrsiOUS tO Pacific caaat nninta rail
at C, H I. 4 P. ticket office, or ad
dress L. M. Allen, general agent.
A Saert, Sad btorjr.
A cold. Neglect. Pneumonia.
Grief. Had Foley's Honey and,T.'r
been used, this story would Lave
had a happier ending. For sale by
T. H. Thomas.
Physicians recommend Or. Wnnil'a
Norway Pine Syrnp because of Us
prompt, positive action in all cases
of lung trouble. It Is a positively
reliable cere for coughs acd colds.
For sale by Marshall & Flaher.
When billon or ocatiwe rat a Qbj
cam. eaady oatbartle. acre guaran
teed, 10 MA' , 35 eeau.
FOR THE WATERLOO CUP.
final to be Kern Todaty trawaaport Mil
The finals in the contact for the
Waterloo enp will be ran today at
the Davenport Mile Track. The at
tempt to finish them yesterday
failed. The results were t follows:
Hot Stuff, Davenport, beat Hadiwist,
Cable; Minneapolis, from Minneapo
lis, beat Meiitta. Lawrence, Kas.;
Rochester, Minneapolis, beat Happy
Jack, Honey Grove. Tex.; White Dia
mond, St. Louis, beat Lady Van. St
It looks like tbe enp will go to
Minneapolis, and if so the win will
be yery popular.
In the Waterloo prse, for 16 grey
bounde beaten in first rennd of tbe
cup, Hazelktrk beat Persimmon, St.
Clair beat Josephine,' Qaeen ot
Heart beat Van Brulee, Ulen Boat
beat Fleet Wimg, Ladj of Falconer
ran a bye. Maid of Hnaor beiag
drawn; Twin-City irl beat Mona,
Lighttoot beat Napoleon, Lnoky Col
ors beat Don T.
La the Waterloo plate, for the eight
greyhounds beaten ia the aesond
round of the enp, the. results were:
Ariadne. Mitchell. fJ. D., beat Kick
a . k. i tmi - v . . . . . ,n
oi tan mm, oa. oai; miner a Kab
ble, WinOeld, Kas., beat Miss Alice,
Chicago; Quick Stitch. Lawrence
Kas., beat Little Dorritt. Aberdeen
S. D. ; Victor Chief, Iowa, beat Van
The great meet will come to a close
tomorrow, for which time an excit
ing program of events has been ar
TALK OF THE NEW BRIDGE.
The Plana War Coaatruetlon Under Engi
neer Lawetlt'e OleeeUoa.
The Davenport Democrat Kan thn
following relating to the con&trnc-
nun ui mo new i;reBCflsi ondge, cf
wmcn r. v. mair is tne promoter,
and to the resumption of operations
on which The Augus has heretofore
extensively alluded : "The Crescent
bridge is showing siurns of life nn
mietakable. The air is full ef the
rumors of its activity and the work
that is to be done on it this fall.
Some of the papers of the tri-cities
have oven published the balances in
the varions banks to the credit of
Promoter Frank P. Blair, and there
is general agreement that the gods
have oome down to earth again in
tee Direction oi inn improvement.
The first river pier is being finished
and the work on it will soon be done.
Tho cofferdam is being placed is po
sition for the second ona. Thn rrrarl-
ite for the piers all the way across
. i i i i .
mo iiiw use ucun oruerea. All the
piers are to bo f.cad with o-ranito tn
a point above high water mark.
. . i . .
mo BttmuB to a point
aoovo tne reacn oi tee ice are all
to be bolted fa ta thn fnnn1tir,n
The other stone for the piers has
oeen ccntraotea lor, ana other raa
tdlial. it is said, will ba nomine from
time to time, as it la needed, and
will be needed as fast as a large force
of men can throw it into form. The
shore work is to be boimn on Kith
siurs oi tne river, it ia now axnoniAri
within 60 dava. and a barce ia baino-
uui.it mat win enaDie tiia erection of
tbe piers on the Iowa side to proceed
at once, it w too eiow to wcrit from
the Illinois side nlnnn. Thn Iw.st in
dication of certain and suataircd ac-
Mvity is tho removal to this city of
C. F. Lowetb. tho engineer in charirn
ot the work. Mr. l.owotS Hva t
St. Paul when he is at home, and is
an engineer of exponenca and abil
ity, bat for some time to come bis
j I, ... .
etuBuj nuuress win De uavonport.
ua uubb nut i'ko i3 maKe prom
ises in advanco of perform
ance, lor niinv tlnncra naallv
happen to binder thoir accomplish
ment, but he is sure enough cf his
ground to aver that work has been
ueuua witn commotion in turht
There is nrecUcallv nntV.in.r to h.i
done bat to build tho bridge and the
approaches and terminals. There
ur uo ria-nt oi wav matters nf tm
portanoe to make trouble In the f u.
tore. and. as far as can ba seen now.
all is clear sailing. It is Intimated
that there are large interests back of
the bridge and its C,-natrn,Linn. I ut
their names and identity has not yet
Bpijcaiuu, nun may not appear at
uuuo. xur mo mass CI too people OI
this City.' however, it ia rrnn'-h tn
know that the work is going on to
a unisn, regaroiees ot the amount cf
money it costs. In the firt nlann
a partly finished structure such as a
I : j . .
u.iue is not a good advertisement
for any town, and in thn nait nlap.e
we expect some benefit from that
unuge wnen it is unisbed.
Balp'eu With Khenmatbrn.
"I was taken - with rheumatism
and suffered a great deal of pain,
and a times I was confined to my
bed and unable to heln mvsnir. I
obtained only temporary relief from
vaiiuus aicuicmea. dii a inend ad
vised me to try Hood's Sirsaparilla
Which I did. and it enrfcd ma." - P.
P. Hay, Centralia, 111.
Hood's pills act easily and
promptly on the liver and bowels.
Caro tick boadecte.
A Bauahald Wccaaalty.
CsSCarbte Casijy r:KLKHrt:n the
most Wonderful medical diam.vr rr nf
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
aw, tct gently ana positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dlsael caldi. nan hf-a.danhn.
fever, habitual et?ntiptktion an 1 bil
iousness. Please bay and try a box
ofC.CC todar: la. th sfl rnta
S-ld and gnaran'tod to cure bf all
SYSTEM OF SIGNALS.
ASugfestion That the 8maIIer
River Craft Should Be
PHE0AUTI0I AS TO TEE LAU10HES
WnJle the Warhn Law atak
ttoaw, a Baaaaaboavt BXaai ti
halj Be Adepted aa
twal PrjIaeUaa eat the Inland Cwaaaaei
is a fcellnir amonrr the
J I L river men that namhn lannr h-
A. ea should be provided with
some sort CI a whistle rtr
horn, so they can give sisals to the
imnra steamers aa to the aida thp
desire to take iu passing thorn. One
oi tne ciaeet river captains said to a
. . . .
lepjnor ot tne I'avecport ueaaer on
There is nothing In the law which
requires tho masters ot naptha
launches to signal a passing steamer
as to the aide they denira to take ia
passing and. so far as I know, there
i - . . . . .
a out or.e oi tnem wno nas done any
signalling at all. It seems to me
that they shonld do all this whether
mora is a iaw governing it or not.
The reason for it should be very ap
parent. While there w. rn an f
launches on the river it did not mat.
ter much whether there was a air.
nul or not, bat now that the num
ber cf these small craft has cropt
up to eomethin? like twentv-fiva in
the three cities, and they gather oc
casionally in nects ana nu the river,
it makes it very puzzling to the rivor
pilot as to what to do.
"I have had considerable expert-
,L- . .
v-uuw m ma matter, ana citenttmes 1
have been alarmed and hvn ainwrd
down the engines in order to be anre
aa to tne course tne launch woold
Coat la Nominal
"The cost of a horn or hoare
Whistle Of SOma kind or nthnr nvnnl.l
be very small, and it would take bat
a few moments to arnnaint naaaoK
with the signals, and I assure you it
wuuiu re appreoiatca Dy tne large
boat and the nifnala wnnLI ha
RoaiethlnaT to Uenwad Mau
James Jones, of the dmw firm nt
t o. . -
uuuee o. oon, uowaen, ui., m speak
inn- Of lr ICirnr". N T
say that last winter his wife was at
tacked with la trriDnn. and har mu
grew bo. serious that physicians at
Cowden and Pana could do nothing
for ber. It seemed to rtevalnn int.
vaskj i-rnsnmption. Having Dr.
n-ieg s ew iJiwicvcry in store, and
selling iot of It, be took a bottle
home, and to the hnrnrtao cf all aha
began to pet belter from the first
uuse, tea a can aozen dollar bottles
cured ber sourd and wall. ir
KlU S aCW Discovery for rnnanmn.
. wuKa nuo. rums, is guaranteed
A. J . I .
tu uo mis gooa worK. Try It. Free
trial bottles at Harts & i;ilamnr'a
Thre la a tlaea of aBla
Who are injured by the use of oof-
la. Boccntlv thera haa hnAn nlao.wl
in all the grocery stores a new prep
aration cauea urain-u, made of pure
grains, mat takes the place of ooffoe
The most dolir&te atnmarh nuul.m
It without distress, and but few can
tell it from coffee. It does not cost
Over one-auarier t mtir.h. rtiiMri,.
may drink it with great benefit. 15
ctioiB anu zd cents per eackage.
it. Ak for Grain-O.
One more chance to en west at low
rates via the Rock Island rnnta.
Tuesday, OcL 19, round trip tickets
ill be sold at one fare plus 2. Re
turn limit 1 dava rail .t n u v
& P. ticket office for fnll particulars.
I ALWAYS LARGE ASSORTMEXT I
ALTOS LOW IX PBIfE
S . aV J Si
5 jaw v-1 1
jjj ' 222 W. SECOND ST..
OIL CLOTH RUGS
Having Cu;M the Entire Stock of Oil
HI, (5. Hladsworil do.
At a great bargain we will sell these Roods at cost
tbe coming week. We have a yery fine asortinent
, of patterns ia aU tbe widths, and oU cloth tugs ia
all fixes and all the new colors, oa cloth binding
ta brass and alno at very low prices for this week.
-DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY-
ICS. 105. 107
IDXk. V - bJ
VTJifsn in Doubt,
Health is Life's
y Rous j
IT TOTJ WART
ui; alt ii
Our tnertrtc Wat h Ine for
the treatment ef hervoaa
T'laeaana, Kbeaauilem and
worlds 6reai3St v.i
In Chronic, Kervoua, rrtrata and BaiKical plecaae of Both Bexes.
Consultation Free. Prompt and Permanent Cnree
CATAUUH Bronchitis. Asthma, Early Consumption, Rhcnmatism. Keo.
raw. PyiiuKU, Bcrofala, anlU a aU Mood, liver and kidney ewaaaee.
WOMEN Sufforing from diseasea ot the womb, ovaries, bladder. Mantra.
MnwinUMrkia. nalpltarlon ef the heart. dvPrpa or aey dlaeraa r-erallar to the eea.
a hoe id call on the mat mrkiai mt. - iJ . ui. T .
ELECTliTCn I Scientifically applied, nervous debility, rile, rxhaustlye
a?l!i.fitlT thrca-4 la-J1y. kawUwUl power, aovial a-
VARICUCELE Is tbe most arrtiye eanse of nervous debility. Why treat
awntha artta otbera wWa we gnararyoa a fTiaaaiait w wt aeyaa dar ky mil aiinlc
aaevhodt bynrocele cured la throe daya no pala '"
THE PRAISES WK HAVE RKCEtVEl) For onr remarkable aVUl ta curiae
rtlllT rlTm 111 WalhP laawa. 1 -ll iaeai avariaw.eaJ..lAA t-. a.a- - - .
laKaMrltlU la e an of eurrery. Keibeaaner ywr family t-hyainaa 1 alwrra ,elcme an
Mana operate. e are wlllln to eprradowr knowlMlre aV atx-w oat eiad rant
lLFi ! lry enerretaiMioiia we rawlvr fro. Um- medical '.,4- lr th" aa
vanced ndrl and aprrval ) I burnt m are have arrltiM. Ollft L HI.B aaCMTaa
rirmt or rrforeMee and crrdenttal. If yon rarrat eaU. arrda. Biasdreda caw be ad
aoai lela.ilo,7ta: OaaUaya. 11 ao to 1 iatf. manorene cares ay aaaO.
CHICAGO 2IEDIC AL ft STITITTE lVJXU2Z?B-
HveXor Cent Paid, on Deposits.
Moner Loaned oa Penonal Cullateraf or BeeCEstate Becurity.
Bt Botera. rVwldea.
Jnta urabavh, Vlea Ffeaietsa,
4 f ttreawawait, (laaaiat.
Been bwrtarai Jnry t, vm. and eases I
And when It shows
siiras of Irrejjalarity
take It to
Woltman, the kmh.
A well selected stock
of Jewelrv alwavs on
hand at "live and let
live" prices. High
in repairing at reason
. able rates.
104 Seeond Ave
GET THE BEST
HI AU Work Oaaranteed.
IftOt THIRD AVZHCK
CLOTH t 100 .
E. Second St.
:t 1 Rolls
- TM POHT
Con cult tlx) Beat.
Dr. J. E, Walsh,
tele ef rsiteaee. foi aat iiy
Unrgiaav raOhief ef Mi
Aauoay V HwpitaL
LTnst Succssshl Sc:&iiiiif
Incorporated Under the
joba Volk. "
HcCoy's New Earopsan Cold
COS. CUIt MO f A lilfj gyg.
OM Mark rraea (- at- L. A P. aat4
Mm . A M. M, ataureavi ey.
Improvenmrts COitinr f 75flOOXO have
nrst been complrted, and the bouse now
off en every convrfrirnce to he found bi any
botrl, includinf bnt and cold watrr. electric
licht and steam heat ta every rootw.
Fates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class rrctaurant ia connection.
WILLIAJI McCOY, Owatr end rroprirtor.
Baaafaetain ef Baafe And B ChV af wars
Sidlag, neoriaf. Watateeeiiae;
Utk Street bet. tk and eta Ayeaaa.