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THB A KG (JS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1897;
AN INCIDENT. AT TITE CITY HOSPITAL. ,
A Woman's Ufa Barely Saved by a Critical Operation Her Hoalth
There was a hurry call for the ambulance of the City Ilospital. In the
course of an hour a very sick yopnjr -woman was brought in on a
fctrctclii-r. She was pale fCs as death and evidently suffering keen ag-ony.
There was a ha-sty exam C inaUun and a compilation. In less than a
r.a , a, .
I . 4 hnd b'lrst
tantly! That younir woman
hnd had waminjienoiiph in trip terrible pnins,
tin- '.limine feni-ati'in. the h ellinr lo-.v down
n In r li ft sil-. 1S" one nd vised her. so .she
niT-nd tortures and nearly lost hi-r life. I &rt"tfiz 'fffe
wish I had met her months U- fore, sol could V" &$.
jinvr-tnM lirror the virtm-s of l.yui.a 13.
I'itikhiiin's Vrgeir.blc Compound. As it
ia now, fhe is a wreck of a woman.
Oh, my sisters, if you will not tell a
doctor your troubles, do tell them to a woman who
ttaruls cvtr ready to relieve you: Wrhe to Mrs.
I'inUliam at Lynn. Mass., confide freely to her all
your troubles, and she will advi.se you free of
ihurpe; and if you have any of the ulx.ve symp
toms take the advice of Miss Agnes Tracy, who
fp:-aks from experience and says:
" For three years I had Mi.Tcre:! with inflamma
tion of the left ovary, wlnrli caused dreadful pains.
I was so badly affected that I had to bleep with
Jiillows under my side, and then the pain was so
I'rrat it was imposiMe to rvjit.
" livery month I vn i in Im iI for two or three flays.
X took M'ven Ixitth-s fif f.ydi.i 1'.. I'inlihnra's Ve;r
t.'iblo fomponnl. and urn witirrly cured. Ithink
there is no medicine to be compared with the Coni-
pound for female iIIm-iim . Kvery woman who suffers from any form of fcnr.lg
weakness should try it at oiioc.'' Miss Aonks Tl'.Atv, Uox 432, Valley City, N. I).
liELDING BROS. & Co.,
ilfcw. Jcis. S. Kirk A- Co.,
CM jo. Ills.
Wo have civen your'V.'hiteCloud''soap!ithoroneh
Vt in washing i r of Ini-n emliroldored w ild our
"New lfoi-e---" Wash I'mlirniiiery Silks and I. ml it
entirely sati f-ictory. Wo take j.ievnire. in recom
mrn!inrj it aa a bnperior ari.ii.Io for laundering line,
(Signed) iiLD;xc Baos. & Co.
Referring to the above, wc deem it important to state
that this letter was entirely unsolicited by us. White Cloud
Soap now has the highest authority as its endorser as being
superior for fine laundry work. For the bath and toilet it
also ranks first as a pure white floating scap.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO.,
Established 1839. Chicago.
Largest soap manufacturers in the world.
"IVANTl ii-A finon HITCH Kit CTRL, AT
' 'A'k in City rent j:iraiu.
'ANTkii a tnitr. rent r;KNEli.L
11. ia , c worn. 3.V Sixteenth alruct.
"TAVTKI A UlNINf! ROOM CIRI. AT
tlio Deloioaicu rotaurout, itui; tiecond
VtfANTi:i)-M.S TO TAKK HAI.F IS
t t trre.t In b-.i1 ayinK busicess. Ad
tiri'ss N. Ahi.ch,
"ANTtx A co:.:pktV.N't ;u:u r.KU:
' irnn rreferrtd; rclerencea renulrcd
H' Ninelccni.li streui.
"W'ANTKD-MIIJnr.FAfiEU WOMAN TO
ttot 11 h lniick-'ept:r iu family o( two.
i A"t ut I.X'J fourth avenue.
" ' ANTi.il AT ONVK-MF.V TO V.'ORIi OX
' 1 l'ni'fi.in l-s. frm-nrnmpnt works ncur
mrport, I.iwa. "vVacci Jl.Tb per day.
WANTKU-l !!!MK,Y3 Tfl KVFKt I1Y
t hu-.ru Hi. I. ttie nvtcepcr. fan lie
t.mrul ui 1' 17 S : nd averuc, vrteleubone
r ANTt jwmv;tvi Til STORP! !N CirKAI',
vitrt liKIScn.ioa uicnue. Johcuy Jones.
Two rlnuson l.nr.
llfANTKO-TO IXUN UOKKY OVMA
1' mvr1. wi.r.0, Jeweuy. hHrdro,
ir.uMnai huitrunicBM. t:r-rir. oIo.Mik. H i
., tttrnnure. nc ilvnt win urtrps
4 for n,;r-l taml r H)'..iif :i knV, uUi.
I if awiTn rihJh t,,r m bilfuivmnnl
. 'rr prlir, A II tmlrcw t rin-.i,;t!.iu i.r,04 y
-t'rntl.-U. Ill now run bPT nd loouinin,
I-.1 Sce-d Avi'ntm. rh,3'fc u.-i:i i J y;
J . Two rinmrn
m 2 rvis&zm
Dtt. E. C. WEST'S
KEfiVE ANOJRAiN TREATMENT
TKEcr.XIKAUALt OTHERS IStTATIONS.
l:rt.r,M, vmn,jJni-. Kit. Ur'trri.t. Utile1
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nT,tnriini ro-j only, i cuin 11 nk m nawij,
..r , mmi;aiiv rit, iir'fn.i, utnck
;i. N .Mtit Iiomm, .va1 Iti:uii". I rk of fonfw
f T'i !,"". LuanitwlN ail l)rlnn, Yeatb.
f;.l r .Trrn, or txr"'ivo U" of Tol'accu,Upinm(
'.' l'"T' t. riioh l.Js to Minry. (nii3iption.
I I'niiny imil IWth. At Mora or by mail. 1 s
r -x: .11 fr :wi;!i written tiarnulrc to
tare or refund nioa.t. Ktuuplo pneb.
J'.rot.uunin bra fiiysr tmttrncLt, with full
liirtrnctmr., 2. rwut. Or Mmrteouhr auli to
tSTRed Label Special
'J f.nr la
r. Iax-L Haohond.
memirv or rjarrmmm.
'VkJf written "!V,
rTi"i 1 bnt aiz Tor SS-witr.'
sr wRLor by uaJ. AfltR
A. 3. Pic., Fourth ATeao Drnj Buire, to'e
ii hock Inland, 1U.
Tbi Ascrs dollTered very Ta
iQf at joar door tt lOo woek.
quarter of an hour the poor crea
ture was on the operating table to
undergo the operation called
There was no time for the usual
preparation. Her left ovary was on
the point of bursting; when it was re
moved, it literally disintegrated. If it
Trf-fore removal, she
died almost in
1 'J ait
JAS. S. KIRK & CO.,
I,TOU RI'NT A FIVE ROOM FLAT ON
Ttlnl avenue. Call at M. & K.
I ;TOTt RENT ITOrSR ON FORTY-THIRD
sircei. Inquire of F. M. binoec, 4Mi
IOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
ronin. co-ner of Ttiird avenue and Th r
toen'.ii f, t reft. No. 30.
IjlOR RUNT TWO NICELY FURNISDKD
rooms ulth board in private family. In
quire at 7i7 Twentieth Mrcet.
TjIOR RENT FOFR ROOM FTATONTWEN
C lieth street: 110 rr rconth. Apy,y to E.
U. Ptatlord, Maaonlc Temple tloek.
IOR RENT AN 8 ROOM TlOrSE ON
Twelftri street. Mo'lern convenieneev
Apply E. 1). Holwm, lim Fourttt avenue.
I.OR RENT--ROOM HOI'SE ON SEV
. cth nvtmie and Tenth street. Newly pa
pered and p iiol-.d. Apply to Ueorge F. Iloth,
FOS RENT A CARPETED OFFICE ROOM
on Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
Heetnu 1'iM.t. titeam heat, reasonable reut.
Appiy to Herman Uetjens.
POH BAIJ-TV0 nOTKI.8. GOKOON &
ITIOa SALF CHE(P A HEAVY DRAFT
L torss at C. Terrier & Co s.
FOR SALE A rtAKERY IN flOOD IOCA.
tion and kooi! fixtures and irood runninxr
order. Ir-tiuire at Arirus oillee
IfOX SALE -COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
1. of fio hushels or over at $-.?0 per ton, de
I rerrd C O. l. to any part of tlie cltv. Ieave
cMors at Commercial huu&e barber anop. Rock
TOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A GOOD
A- purine bakery busiress at 11C9 Tiird ave
Lue. Urncr wlkhes to eniraKe In other busl
ccm. Will take r;al fsuie in exchange. Caii
at above number for particulars.
A Tnu Vtalrtoynt.
T ADY SELENA. TII FAIR CAPTONNIE
J, The eminent, nu. t.uiaeii clairvoyant
and med.um K.vesihe n.i:nes. dates and fct.
and tew you every hoi, feir and wish of
Jur i;fe, a-.d reeal the present, pvt and
future with wonderful ae.ir:.T-. ih.
erd hu -al.il if. your l ie beinir to her as an open
tiook. Call and be convinced of her nonder-
ii power. The only el.i'rvuvart in the wo.-.d
wno wtil cive tou vntien rir:irti ia
ur.ite friends, caue siieetlv marruL-ii rfii ih.
one you-love. break the evil influences, cive '
- . n , .,- hit j i i i. ;.co stolen
artieies, etc.. In 30 days or return yoo vour
money. Hours. 9to: fee, W cents. Consul
t ion by mall with stump, l'arlors. Ho; sec
LADIES w ramr
CR. FELIX LE B CHIN'S
Steel Pesnyro yd TrfiatEeat
is the oricinal ftnd onlv FRENCH
ttif o and reliable rare on the uir.r-k-t.
Price. aezit by -
Oenoine sold only or
A. . ilto. fonna avn.ua drug store, to' ages
Rock bland. 111.
Q if -'4
SHOWS AT THE THEATRE?
Tfce production of Uncle "Tom's
Cabin," which will be presented at
Harper's theatre Saturday evening,
is on a scale of magnificence never
before witnessed in this city It has
been many years sicca the Bock Isl
and public has been treated to a rep
resentation of this beautiful drama,
in which actors worthy of the name
were employed and the resources of
the scenic artist and mechanic are
taxed to their utmost to make th?
setting of the piece equal to that
need in the great spectacular plays.
The Davis Brothers company pivej a
ruoit powerful and intelligent inter
pretation of this touching master
piece of dramatic fiction. Amorg
the scenic effects used, ail of which
were painted by Sosman & Landis
from authentic designs, is the gor
geous Apothoosis, and the last scene,
the ascen; of Eva to the realms of
bliES, borne by angels; the pearly
gate3 and stairway to the home ba
joad the skies, the Ohio river in
mid-winter by moonlight, a south
ern paradise at sunset, allegorical
scenes, typical of tho birth of liberty
and blessing of little children, the
weird rocky pf, the realistic cotton
plantation, all of which are positively
the most magnificent displays cf
scenic art and mechanical effects
ever witnessed. This is the first
time that every scone has been pro
duced in this great play. There will
be matinee and night performances.
PURSUED DY PHANTOM.
A l'o'tin Iran Cbti fiimsclf to Delta
A Falton man Las chased himself
to death. In chronicling thia ucfor-
tanatc occurrence it is not the pur
pose to make light cf tragedy,
nor is the fact that a man liv
ing bo near to the jumping cfl
place of the universe snould run off
the earth a matter that jus'.ities un
usual com men J, more especially
where the victim wns laboring onder
the hallucination that bo wss being
pursued. John A. Weber, of Fulton,
disappeared mysteriously from his
home one day last week. A sufficient
tTce having elapsed without his re
turn to warrant anxiety, a searching
party was organized, and Weber's
dead body was found five miles north
east of town. The Clinton Age te.'ls
the story of the incident thus:
"Weber, it appears, had been drink
ing heavily and his mind became un
balanced. It was learned that after
ha left homo ho ran rapidly north
east, tolling people ho met that a
party of citizens were pursuing him
to kill hiai. At the coroner's in
quest a verdict of death by over ex
ertion wse returned. Ha was S3
years of age and unmarried." The
same paper bays that the daath of
Weber coming so near the time cf
the violeut death cf another cf her
prominent citizuns has st'.rred tho
town up. Thi other fatality was
that which befell Edmund Chapman,
of the same place, ia Davenport, as
t.ild of at the time. He was thrown
out of a buggy, breaking his neck.
THE COUNTS' lU-ltPLE.
Oct. 18 Richard Israolson to J.jhn
II. Fosa, tract by metes and bounds,
8, 17, iw, $i.GC0.
19 John P. OJell to SJoline I'.uiid
ir.g, Loan .& Savings association, lots
5 and 6. block 1, Healv's sobdiv., S3,
18. lw, lot 10, block 4, Hea'.y's Firft
add., f 1.
Amanda Kronholm by Master to
Amanda Kronholm, lot 3, Atkinson's
subdiv., Moiino. lots 8, 9 and 10,
block F, M'jline Water Foster compa
ny's add., Moiir.fl, $t00.
John B. Wells to William Luca,
three tracts by mo'esand bounds, 11,
17, 2w, tl.COO.
A Valuablw frescrlption.
Editor Morrison, of the Worthing
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valuable prescription in Electric
Hitters, and I can cheerfully recom
mend it for constipation and sick
headache, and as a general system
tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Annie
Stehle, 252-5 Cottage Grove avenue.
Chicago, was all run down, could
not eat nor digest food, had a back
tcbe which never left her and felt
tired and weary, but six bottles of
Electric liitters restored her health
and renewed her strength. Price 60
cents and f 1. Get a bottle at Hartz
& Ulleiueyer's drug store.
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If you want to quit tstacao usirg
easily end forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic, full of new life and
vigrr, take No-To-li3C, tho wonder
worker that makes esk men strcne.
Mt.cy gain ten pounds in ten clays.
Over 40O.CC0 cared. Kay So-To-Kac
from your cc drnggibt, who will
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ples mailed f?e. Adires S:erllcg
ilomedy company. CLicso or New
It t:tn tee r-pi-t.
When suiT.-iiBg from a severe cold
and your ihruat and luegs feel sere,
take a dose of Foley 'b Honey and Tar,
when tho eorecebB will bo at ccce re
lieved, a warm grateful ioeling and
healing of the parts affected Will be
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i guaranteed. For a by T. H.
When tlloin or ertir e ef- a Cts
c arwt. cacrty catbartio. care cnrn
t Hwi , lit imntt. wit.
NOW THEY HAVE ELOPED.
'.-rik Troo4ytc uI Jolm Kl
Away for tt 8atk.
Frank Woodyatt and Julius Krell
Ttey are spending their harvest
moon on the billows of the Missis .
sippi river. They Coated sway ?r
the small hoars of yesterday. But
few were aware of their determina
tion to temporarily shake the com
munity. The faiiare of either to
materaiize &bout his familiar caaat3
gave rise to a little talk; then specu
lation. Finally the truth oawncd.
A friend of the' pair who had been
watching tneir movements of tho
past few days related the story. He
saw them 6trolI down the back
Etreets. They crossed the railroad
tracks and disappeared behind the
vriliows at the foot of Fourteenth
street. He followed. They climbed
iato a flat boat. It was pushel away
and down the stream they floated,
not even giving a farewell gaze to
tue burg of their birth.
Now the real facts are cominj to
light. F'cr several weeks Woodatt
and Krell have been planning the
expedition, which it is understood
will terminate at St. Louis. They
had 'a flat boat constructed. It is
about 18 feet long and of the width of
an ordinary row-boat. They tocit
along a heavy cargo, conbie.lng in
the way cf ediblea of eevea hams, a
bushel of apples, three tans of toma
toes, a can cf oy?ters, sack of salt,
tkrea sack of fljur, a nickcl'ej worth
of ginger snaps, Ja quartsr's worth of
Liootghert boiogria, two bags of pea
nuts and a dimu'a worth of pjpeota
Tiiey also took their wheels, a
cornet, an accordion and a tax Into
songs.' -Wc Are Two Jolly Tats,""She
May Hate Sten Better D.tvs," and
"We're Sailing on the Deep Biuo
sua."- nir. h.reu also took his
punching bag. It is the intention
of tho boys, so it is understood, to
stop at towns Morg the route and
give entertainments. Mr. Wocdyatt
win play tho ccrnct and his partner
will vocalize. Then Mr. Krell will
punch the bag and -then they'll
punch one another. They will also
do some bicycle trick riding. The
oout in wnicn tne young men are
joarnovmg has no covering. . But
they do not fear the elements. If It
rains they will get wet, and if it
snows, let it snow, so say they.
They will be back ia a fe weeks
if everything goes smoothly.
Mitotic 1 Tribute.
Among other estimates by repre
sentative business men of Chicago
of the worth of the late George M.
1'uiiman. tho following appears in
today's Chicago Times-Herald from
J. J.'luitchell. of the Trl-City Kail
way company, in which corporation
Mr. Pullman was, by the way, in
terested: "Hr. Pullman was a maa
of extraordinary executive ability.
He was a self-made man. He had a
large heart and generous impulses
and was one of cur most public
spirited citizens. Ho was approach
able and always willing to assist
others in advice and with money.
was one of Chicago's wealthy cit
izens who was not generally under
stood by the masses. Tho Pullman
company was worked np to be one
of tho largest corporations of the
country largely through the indi
vidual efforts of tlr. PuliuiKD. I
was talking with him a short timo
ago, and bo paid a high compliment
to his staff by saying that the busi
ness was so fjEtcmatized it would
practically run itself without hia
management. In the panic of 1S'J3
he goaerously assisted one of Chi
cago's oanks that was in trouble to
the extent of $5C0,G00, ard in innu
merable cases dnring la" summer he
refused to call ioacs from men who
had deficient collateral, ard in many
instances gave them additional es
sistance. While his properties
sheuld not materially suffer frcra his
death, the city loses one of its ruo6t
publi'-spiritcd and able citiz.'DS."
LlccasU to Wtd.
Cnr.r.es IT. Tom Soutu Reek Island
VhssMiiryR Allen Kuril
Henry I'nol cii R.)Cit Island
M'.ss .!esi Burton Uock island
Samuel Krail I.icdl.loui Moline
Miss France Isabella Krickson Mo.ine
Thorn Stone Carbon I'liT
Miss Ioqa Sloeh-s Cirbon CiiiT
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actual and unequalled merit. Be
wise and profit by the expeiknco of
Hood's pills are the favorite family
cathartic, easy to take, easy to oper
ae. Trj Grjln-O'. Srj G:a-0!
Ask your grocer today to show you
a package of Grain-O, the rew food
drink that takes the placo cf coffee.
The children may drink it without
injury aa well as the adult. All who
try it, lika it. Grain-O has that rich
seal brown cf mocha or java, but it
is mado from psre grains, and the
most deJecauj stomach receives it
without distress. One-quarter the
price of coffee. 15 cents and 25 cents
per package. SolJ by a'.I growers.
It May Pava Soar LU.
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taken in time. Cures cioghs, colds,
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RECEIVE THEM RIGHTLY.
Umi twr Kakftrtalanimt f Bnll4lBK
At the meeting at the mayor's of.
fice at the city hall yesterday after
noon to arrange for the entertain
ment of the delegates to the Baild-
ing Association League cf Illinois,
who come to Hock Islanl Thursday
and the following day, a general
plan wr.8 aaopte.i. flavor Madiu,
who is secretary of the Black Hiwk
association, presided. The sessions.
as has been told, are to bo held tt
Tumor ha!!, and anart from the bus
iness cature cf tao proceedings, it
was t'flcided to provide lor ft steam
boat excursion towa the river to tho
mouth of the Hennepin canal Thurs
day afternoon, and to serve a lunch
on board, and to chatter a tain of
two coaches for a trip to Uock Island
arsenal immediately after breakfast
Friday morning. Committees were
appointod as follows: Steamboat
excursion. G. F. Roth; refreshments,
Charles McHugb; music, K. A Don
aldsou; cars to the arsenal, E. 11.
A reception committee, to consist
of ten or mere mcniu&rs of each of
the three associations, was agreed
epen as follows:
Uock Island Association J. W.
Stewart. Phil Mitchell. V. B. Mar
shall. C. V,. Durham, II. D. Folaom,
John Crubaugh. Lothar Harms, S.
T. iiowlby, H. H. Cleaveland, Louis
be !t mi at.
Black Hawk Association H. C
Cleaveland, F. C. Dcnkmann, C. lio-
chow, C. L. Walker. W. H. Marshall,
J. Ingram, 11. II. Cleaveland, II.
i). Mack, Louis Kohn, H. L). Folio as,
Homo Association Honry Carse,
John Crubaugh, George V. Roth. W.
C. Maucker, C. J. Larkin. John Ohl
wciler, Aaron Anderson, O. P. Olson,
bewail Uoi'ge. T. H. Thoiaas.
It in to bo the 18th annual convoa
tion of tho league, and it opens at
10 o'clock tomorrow mornin? at
Turner hall. The main porti n of
the sessions will bo devotsd to
papers, report?, etc. The election of
officors occurs Friday afternon.
PRETTY LITTLE ROMANCE
Wl 1 DonMJtcn and tils Ann Klubop Uo
Awaf to Wt.
Will Donaldson and Miss Anna
Bishop left Keck Island Saturday
Both informed their f&miiici thy
were going for a visit at Chicago and
other points. When they return
inev win ue iur. anl Wr?. Donaldson
Tho weddirg will be tho culmina
ting of a pretty little romaica which
ucite3 the hearts of two e-timal le
young people. Neither mentioned
where the marriage was to toko plsoe
or gave the exact date cf tue occur
rence. All that is known is that they
win ue man ana wue wr.cn iney ar
rive back in Uock Inland. Mr. Dia
aMson is a son of Mr. r.nd Mrs. Da
vid Donaldson, 11C!I Third avenue,
and is employed at his father's saw
works. He has takeu an active part
in local athletic affairs fcr several
years and is popular with tho young
set. Mips Bishop came here with hor
latniiy a few years ago from Iowa.
She is a chf.rroicg and much adtuircd
Judee House was taken ill with
quinsy yostcrday nt Davenport, and
is now ojnfined to his room at th
Kimball bouse A3 a reHult the jury
in the Bchrens murder caso, wbicn
is being tried before Judge Houso,
has been excused uut.l he has re
covered sulllsicnti; to resume his
V. U. V'hclr Lcal.
Charles G. Wbeelcr, a well known
Moiine character, dio.l at St. An
thony's ho?pital la-1 night aged 3
years. He had residea in Moiine for
40 years, and at one timo conducted
a livery stable in Uock Iolaud. He
U aves a wife and one daughter in
New York strtte.
D'lT flflWll tn (Sa rtnen r.9
sickness, if yon want to got welt aDd
RtlV WR',1. Moot likolv ll'a in.l;,,.,.
. J - " .mv-.;. j-
tica. Tho irritating poisons cf fer-
. . . . . . . ! . . . . - J a ... .
uiculiii, pu.iiu looa, inn in the
stomach by indigeetion, cause head
ache, neuralgia, nervousness, dizzi
ness, stomachache, nausea, irritabil
ity, and all the other well known
forms of indigestion.
They also causo many pairs and
diordcrs which are often laid to
other causes and hence are cot easily
cured. But as soon as tho poisons
are removed, alltuce symptoms and
disorders disappirr, boauee there is
nothing left f cause them. Noth
ing succeed s in this I ke Shaker Di-
fFOStivA fnrrft-tl honatiufi It r.-A-.
c . " h -w I - 1't -J U U I
the undigesled food from fermontirg
iu tne niomacn ana neips tne "'.a ra
nch to digest its food.
Suli by druggiets, prica 10 cents
to f I per bottle.
A Honaoboltl Kseaaiity.
Cut carets Candy CV.ht.rtio, the
Eft wonderful medical discovery of
the ago, plbssuT t and e!rething to
tiie taste, act gently w.d peittye!y
f H 1 ha I.Ariild r, 1 ... .1 . .1... .
v.,jiu jiri uiq CUUrO
system, dl?p.l colds, enr headache.
. i ..nuouBl bUiinii-.li;a Va-t ClI-
iocsness. lit ase baT and try a box
of C. C. V. t j!ay; 10." 25, 5& cents.
Soli and guaranteed to cure by all
dm ggi tta.
Kser Say Ills.
Many desnerate catea r.t klifncv
diseases pronounced iocnrable have
utxn curea ny roiey a tuoney Care.
Marty pbystcians use it. For ty
T. U. Thomas.
yiominatifd lor f oii&wnaa.
CWcaro. rt. 2'i. Attomf-y I'nry s.
r.ontil it lr.--: riv'nt n-.rr.lratd Ly tl.e
KuriubllrsE" I the g:xth Iliirf'.H cr n
STf:s;.caI C:;r;rt to uf-etd the Jat
liereeetLatlve Edward p, Cooke.
100 A OIL CLOTH 100
3 n v j AXD r
Having Bought ths Entire Slock of Oil
III. (5. lUadswortlj 2 Co.
At a Rrest bargain we will sell these pood at coFt
the coming week. We have a very fine assortment
of patterns in all the widths, and oil cloth rngi in
all eizes and all the new colors. Oil cloth binding
in braes and zino at yerj low prioei for thia week.
-DON'T MISS THIS OITORTUNITY-
fml W. S. HOLBROOK,ruioi
LI - S ICS, 105, 107 E. Second St.
fj ROllS DAVENPORT ROUS
k "'J'-eK - - i
"WTlion in Doubt,
Healtii is Life's
J -- v - TV
Oir Klodrie KacblM for
1 .10 trcnlm i'l f rrua
I;ifVi, llhatnlina and
World's Orsatsst and Most Succsssfu! Socialist
Is ChroeJe, Krrrosa, rrlrate and Sirrfe: uiicaaM of Uotb &ues.
Consultation Free. I'rompt and I rrmanent Curna
CATARUH Bronchitis. Asthma, Karly ConsnmpUon, Khcnmatism, Keo-
rai, l)jr-irl, Bcrofr.la, 8jr.t!i aU blood, llvrt at.a kkdmy dmeaara.
WOMEN Suffering from diseatwe of the wc:ib, ovaries. bUdilcr. kidnryg.
r.erroTW lhu'ioii, tialp.tatlon of thf heart, 4Brtanr ai.jr ctlaoaw callar ta tfca rmm,
cauald call in the frraol ttciallat and (rut u viulon on tl Ir raae frae of cLrB-
ELECTitlCITY Scientifically applied, ncrvoua deLUity, piles, exhaustive
dr-ilni rkt luMe. Oef.tlfi memory, Uireattrbcd luianltr, ton 4 will pawn, beblal d.
locian. alcepaM , etc
VAEICUCELK is the most active cause t t neryona debility. Why trtat
Dinntlm with ntbvr rbn ve p-oarantac yon a lmmuect ear Mi acyen dut by oat tulimai
KrtaodI Uydrocele carad la Uires days no pia.
THE PKAISES WE HAVE RECEIVE!) Kor oar remarkable ekill In coring
raw clvtn up a bnpcl jM by a'l. baa emnpolM n lo arr Uil nau In tT4nr to tfxt 1V into
plr. aa well w tua uiMlioal ptnfaf4iri. U.e bnxi-tot not krmMin of ruclrluc an4 our a
lailubir r kill ia tlui kn of nirT'-rr. Hi mrmlf yimr fmiully ttyt'1iia l am y waiconx- ta
mihhkhK Wr are wllnriir loarm-ad our knowlrdt;.. ad tuw tir aHiil, and wa foot
ion.f proud oftbocatiy rafitrralalatiom we rtetve fnna thr nn-iitral jiro'.-ion for lha 8
arcJ m-dirai and mrrwl lupralarn wa hare written. OM.lcl UAtLt f AkTK hH,
ol tclufrcoua ar.d credent hr. If yon cannot call. wnta. Uuudioda cwd by mail.
Hour w li, 2 ta b, I to ; auodaya. II 40 to I
CHICAGO HEDICAL INSTITUTE oa"
FlTblPer Coat Paid on Dtpot1t.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or KeitULsuLte eecarlir,
i V Bnforfl, ProrlrJrat.
i:-aa CraSna.-fc, ion rra!d
F Graotiat.au, Oadbkri.
B. Raii bolr.ei Jciy t, 1id), ar4 oecorritha
y . . cor. Wltr.haU Lynda WW hoJkllna.
And tfhen !t i-hows
slinis of Irregrularlty
take It to
A ic-ll srJctcd stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "i!ve and let
live" prices. HIh
In repairing at reason
1905 fiownd At
GET THE BEST
All "Work Guaranteed.
16C9 THUD AVESCE
Consnlt tlio Cest.
f t if Ititram. frmvrir
fumw-la i.irf ot to
Ibcsrpoiated Under th.
IT M CVa,
11 y Pall.
l-i 11 a'lciiaa.
lackaoai M Uxmm. iiahanoai,
u ii ii t.ui UiwtU lit. twi
CDH. ttlRI AliO VAN ECRU STt.
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One tlfM-k f rwM C M-. I. tc P. and
lm M. & t. ft. Kallroad 4fMl.
Imrrovemtntt co Jinr; 575,,jofi.fiO luve
jut htcn completfrd. and the b'Jtise nw
fitlcf evrrjr convmu-nce to br f-rund in ny
hrdr!, Jnc'udinc h't and r..!4 . jttt.elatric
lirlit ni stem he t In every room.
Kalrt "5 emit per day xnJ ur'.rjt.
I irs r1a rcMaurint in ronncrlion.
V. ILUAM McCOV, Owaer aa. rropHetor.
ascfaetafwra of ek And all Klia f t mutt
boon act k3 for Da iidaa
Siding, Ficorisg, Wainecoiticp
leth Street bet. 4tk and 6th At.db.
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