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raARO UP. THUBBDA OCTOBER 28, 1C37
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REASONS FOR USING
Walter Baker & Co.'s
Because it is absolutely pure.
Because it is not made by the so-called Dutch Process in
which chemicals are used.
Because beans of the finest quality are used.
Because it is mids by a method which preserves unimpaired
the exquisite natural flavor and odor of the beans.
Because it is the most economical, costing less than one cent
Be rare that yea ret the (wnatM article made by WALTER
BAKEK CO. Ltd., Dorchester, Mass. Established 178.
WANTKD-TO BUY OR TRADE KOR A
(uud bona. inquire at tin Twentieth
WANTEtl-A POSmOS FOR A LITTLE
ttirl lu aanlat la housework or aa iuim
glrL address P. g., A Bo us Qfflee.
WANTED-Af :ENT8 TO 8 El. I. INSTALL,
fuent ood. Apply to Kellpse lastsll
DaDt Company, IVI3 Beouod avenue.
WANTED CHIMXEY8 TO SWEEP BY
Chloo UIU, the sweeper, (.'an be
fnnad at 1617 Beouod arenue, or telephone
WANTED OOOD8 TO STORE IN CHEAP,
elean and Uht storage rooma. with ele
vator ISU Banond .arenue. Johnny Jonas,
Two ring on 1347.
WANTED TO LEASE A IICIT.DINO FOR
nianufanturln wooden work, with or
without power: tnuxt hare switching faollltlee.
Addrena "Manuraoturer," care of Tim A Rous.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
moods, watohea. lewelrv. hardware
musical Instrumcnte, bicycles, olothlnf , dry
goods, furniture, eta. Highest eash prions
paid for aeeond hand goods of aU kinds also.
The above gonna for sale at half the usual
store prloeo. A U balneM.trensaotlona strictly
oootldentlal. Ilia new number andlooatlon,
121 Hec"d Avenue Don't forget Ik i. W.
Jonea. Two riot-son 1317.
K RENT A FIVE-ROOM FLAT ON
Third avenue. Call at M. d K.
I TOR RENT-HOrSE ON FORTY-THIRD
street. Inquire of '. M. blnnet, iMb
"LX)R RENT FOTTR ROOM FLATONTWBN
A: tleth street; 110 per month. Apply to E,
H. StaSord, Maaonlo Temple blook.
F)R RENT A 7 ROOM IIOl'SE AT Six
teenth avenue and Tenth Htreet. Inquire
of Mrs. C. Holireiner, 11 IV Fourth avenue.
TjTOR RENT ROOM HOUSE ON SEV
X1 eth arenue and Tenth street. Newly pa
pered and painted. Apply to Ueorge F. Roth,
fTIOR SALE-TWO HOTELS. GORDON
TjtOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
A. of ftu bushelit or over at i 50 per ton. de
llrcred C. . D. to any partof the olty. Leave
orders at Commercial house barber shop. Hook
TOST-A SUM OF MONEY. FINDER
i pleane W-ave at Tbb A hud ofllce and
revel ve reward.
VOR BALE OR EXCHANGE -A GOOD
X' paying bakery buslnese at HOB Third are
nue. Owner wishes to engage In other bust
aeaa. Will take real estate In esohasge. Call
at above number for particulars.
Am Tbw ifbww e Ban it twar.
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitohsll A Lynde b'ng.
Safer ud Altar latog,
Faw diieorarr. Will ferae v..a ttv la s waak
TiiST1"1 WITTS! ltCARA.NTfEU.Csra Karaoua
VSWMtT.l.naa cf?aiul Fowar i aithar aai, naalurla
' aaiaaiaaw frets any exaas. If sr(laebd, aark
waublaa Ua4 to coaaaapij.a or laaaail;, St.CMf par lt
wnr va. i w ua arary fa.oraar a nr,
wmtan g.iaranl,. to cur. or r.fuad tha mao.y. A4
aaa fSAI. MXA1CMS CO. Claralud. Otuo.
Fat sale by A. J. Retva, dragglst. Rock Islsag
iDaULUTtLT GUmiTEKD rVrr '- tW 11 LaxaJ
T1 STlBLnW KlXtai
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Motlento Quash the Storm Drain Indict
The motion mada bv tha riafanrl.
ants' attorney! to qnash the Indict
ment, in which Mathias Sohnell,
John Looney, Frank Kelly and sev
eral others are charged with conspir
acy to defraud the city of Bock Isl
and in connection with the Twenty.
... V -ft .. .. . . .
luuitu atieet storm arain contract,
was OTerrnled by Judge Gest in the
circuit court this morning. Judge
uesi neia gooa every count in the
indictment. A motion wee than fllnrl
by the defendants' attorneys asking
uuuis u require u state S at
tomav tn flla a hill nf nartinntara
This motion will probably be heard
The first, third and fourth nnnnta
in tha Inrllr.tmAnt no-ainat J. A Rnrt
ior emoezziemeni were quasnea by
iinaeeueat, me secona oount Doing
The case of William Moore, on trial
for larcenv. went to tha inrw this
... ' '
Ferdinand Horn, indlctnrl fnr fnrcr
ing the name of Dr. Jacob Stewart,
m a.. ....
oi oioiiue, 10 a note, is on trial be
fore a jury.
THSS COURT TKMFLH.
Oct. 26 Charles E. White to Frank
D. Sible, lot S, block 6, Moline
Virgil Warron to Mary Phllipp,
tract by metes and boands, swj 35,
18, ZW, I9UU.
27 Muscatine Mortgage & Trust
company to Lee L. Lightfoot, part
S'j 31, If, 4W, 1430.
Charlos E. Smith and F. P. Coulter
to Gred Grimm, tract by metes and
bounds, net 27, 17, 4w, 1126.
John A. Koaeberg to 'Swan J. Ap
ple et al., lot 1, block 4, Chicago or
iower aaa., uock island, f 1,200.
Frank H Kelly to Kate M. Shields,
lot 6. block 1. Highland Park add..
kock lsiana, f eoy.
tanda At the Bead..
August J. Bogel, the leading
druggist of Snreveport, La., says:
Dr. King's New Discovery is the
only thing that cures my cough, and
it is tne uest seller l nave." j. t.
Campbell, merchant of Stafford,
An., writes: "Dr. King's New Dis
covery is all that is claimed for it:
it never fails, and is a sure cere for
consumption, coughs and colds.
cannot say enough for its merits."
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds is not
an experiment. It has been tried
for a quarter of a century, and today
stands at the head. It never disap
points. Free trial bottle at Hartz A
Ullemeycr's drug store.
It May Bare Xonr Ufa,
A dose or two of Foley's Honey
and Tar will prevent an attack of
pneumonia, grip or severe cold if
taken in time. Cures coughs, colds,
croup, Laurippe, hoarseness, diflr
cult breathing, whooping cough, in
ctpieni consumption, asthma or
bronchitis. Gives positive relief in
aavanoea stages of consumption,
ns lb ma or bronchitis. Guaranteed
' For sale by T. H. Thomas.
Ladkae Can Wear Shoes
One size smaller after using Allen's'
toot-base, a powder to be shaken
into the shoes. It makes tight or
new shoes feel easy; gives instant
relief to corns and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age
Cures and prevents swollen feet,
blisters, callous and sore spots.
Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain cure
for sweating, hot aching feet. At
all druggists and shoe stores, 25
cents. Trial package free by mail
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Boy
Yon ontrht to know that when
suffering from any kidney trouble
a sauj, sure remeay is toiey s ma
ney Cure. Guaranteed or money re
innaea. tot sale bv T. H. Thomas
Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys
and bowels Never
or gripe: 10 eents
wCjrhMajsa. swtrsal. ttSwlZ" TV
, I aaaw vwuiii i wui rni-iinniikii u bwuuiui TWU MHC inTIIBU' I 1
S i ' - I EI
Thumb Prints la Ssppact of the Saleide
The defense has rested in the case
of Mrs. Behrens, on trial for the
murder of her husband at Daven
port. More- testimony was offered
in support of the theory that Beh
rens committed suicide. Dr. P. Rad
endhausen, former chemist, micro-
scopist and bacteriologist, was put
on the stand. It was not as an ex
pert chemist, however, that the doc
tor was introduced as a witness, but
as an expert in thumb-prints, and
Deiore nts examination was conclud
ed he proved that Pndd'head Wilson
simply isn't in it with the latter-day
study of thumb-prints as practiced in
Davenport. In short, from the flab
by thumb of the left hand of
Claus Behrens, severed from his
body two months after dea'h.
after decomposing the mold that had
gathered upon it with alcohol and
scraping it away, the doctor had
found thit the markings on the
tnumo corresponded exactly with a
thumb-print on one of the" suicide
letters. The doctor produced the
severed hand, which had been pre
served in a glass bowl. It was
passed among the jurymen. Mrs.
Benrens snowea a little quiet emo
tion as the gazed at the ghastly
iclic. Theldoctor explained the doc
trine oi proDaoiiiues in mathematics
and its bearing upon thumb prints.
According to the authorities, the
chances of two thumb-prints being
auae are one in D4,uuu,uuu,uuu,UUU.
Offlelal Froeeedlnce of TssU rday's
City Conncll Boom, Bock Island.
Oct. 27. The council met in spec
ial session at 2 o'clock p. m.. Mayor
Msam presiding ana ail the alder
men present. The clerk read the
call, which was as follows:
Bock Island, I1L, Oct. 26, 1897.
A. D. Huesing, city clerk. Dear Sir:
Will you please call a special meeting
oi tne city councillor Wednesday af
ternoon, ucs. z, at z o'clock p. m..
for the purpose of inspecting the
paving on beventn avenue ana such
other business as may oome before
the meeting. By order,
T. J. Midill. Jb., Mayor.
On motion of Aid. Winter the'eoun
cil took a recess for the purpose of
inspecting paving on Seventh avenua
between Twenty-third and Thirtieth
On reassembling Aid. Dauber
moved that the pavement of Seventh
avenue from Twenty-third to Thir
tieth street be accepted. Carried, 13
to 1, (Lohse).
Aid. Johnson moved that the
mayor and city clerk be authorized
to settle with the Edwards & Walsh
Construction company for the pav
ing of Seventh avenue from Twenty-
intra to inirtietn street in accord,
anoe with the terms of the contract.
Carried. 13 to 1, (Lohse).
Aid. Nelson offered a resolution
instructing the city clerk to adver
tlse for bids for the construction of
the Forty-third street sewer, the
bids to be submitted to the next
meeting of the council. Adopted.
Aid. Pender offered a - resolution
instructing the superintendent of
streets to repair crossings on Twen
ty-second street and Ninth avenue.
On motion of Aid. Maucker the
olerk opened the bids for iron pipe,
wmcu were as iouows:
Chattanooga Foundry & Pipe
Works. 116.40 per ton for 16-inch
pipe, delivered at Bock Island.
Harrison-Howard Iron company,
of Chicago, f 17.&4 per ton delivered.
speoial castings 2 cents per pound.
Addiston Pipe & Steel company, of
Cincinnati, $18 25 per ton delivered,
special castings cents per pound.
Ohio Pipe company, Columbus,
unto, f w.a per ton.
J. B. Clough & Son, Chicago,
117 45 per ton, delivered.
On motion of Aid. Mauoker the bids
were referred to the mayor, water
works committee and engicer with
power to act.
Aid. Concannon moved that the
mayor and waterworks committee be
authorized to prooure additional 10
acres adjacent to the reservoir site.
A petition from Blake A Murphy
for permission to open paved street
was granted on motion of Aid
The clerk read a communication
from the Davenport dt Bock Island
image ana .terminal company in
reiauon to us rignt oi way.
Aid. Gall moved that the comma
nication be received and placed on
Aid. Maucker moved as a substi
tute that the communication be
received and laid over to the next
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Pen'
der. A. D. Hcesiko.
Catarrh la a Olnass
Which requires a constitutional rem'
edy. It cannot be cured by local ap
plications, liood's barsaparilla is
wonderfully successful in curing
catarrn because is eradicates from
the blood the scrofulous taints which
cause it. Sufferers with catarrh find
a cure in Ho ad's Sarsaparilla, even
after other remedies utterly falL
Hood's Pills are prompt, efficient,
always reliable, easy to take, easy ts
The soothing, lung-healing virtues
oi tne newly oat pine are all embod
led in Dr. Wood's Norway Pine
Syrup, the sovereign remedy for
coughs and colds and lung troubles
oi aii sorts, c or sale by Marshall at
Celebrated at U aaalrtaara of the Utile's
John Panl Duffin, of Morrison, and
Miss Blanche Elmeadorf Warren
were married at 8 o'clock last even
ing at the residence of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Warren,
1017 Second avenue. It was a chrys
anthemum wedding, yellow and
white being the prevailing colors.
ine ceremony was solemnized by
Bev. T. W. Grafton, pastor cf
Memorial Christian church, the
Episcopal ritual being used. A com
pany of about 50 relatives and
friends were present. The home was
prettily decorated. Miss Florence
Bicbards, oi Chicago, who was a
classmate of the bride at Monticello
seminary, presided at the piano, and
at the appointed hour struck up a
weaaing marcn irom Lionengrin, to
the strains of which the bridal party
entered the north parlor. The
bridesmaids. Misses Carolyn Bailey,
uiga Kocnow. cina n.err ana lirace
Kahlke, formed an aisle of white
ribbon. They were' followed by the
maid of honor. Miss Fay Warren,
sister oi tne bride, ana tne brlda.
The groom and best man. Carl S.
Brown, of Dixon, and the minister.
entered from the library. The bride
and groom met beneath a beautiful
bower of palms, smilax and chrysan
themums. Here, while the soft
notes of the Intermezzo of Masoagni's
"uavauera uusiicana" issued irom
the piano, the binding words were
impressively pronounced. Mendels
sohn's wedding march was played at
ine conclusion oi tne ceremony.
.ine oride was attirea in a gown
of white satin and carried bridal
roses; the maid of honor wore white
crgandie over pink and carried pink
oarnations, while the bridesmaids
were gowned in organdie, deoollete.
with yellow satin girdles, and car
ried yellow chrysanthemums.
alias Kicnards wore yellow organ-
A wedding dinner followed the
ceremony. The guests from abroad
were Mrs. Mry Duffin, Mrs. Kate
Duffin, Miss Mae Taylor and Frank
titzgeraia, of Morrison: Johnson
Brigham, of Des Moines, and Mrs
Judge McCoy, of Clinton, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Dnffin took the mid
night train for Chioago. After their
honeymoon they will take np their
residence at Morrison, wo ere the
groom is following his profession.
... - ... .
mat oi optician. Having recently
completed bib studies at tne McCor
mick sohool In Chicago. He former
ly had charge of the jewelry de
partment at McCabe's store. Mrs.
Duflin is an accomplished and charm
ing young iaay ana . her departure
from Bock Island will be regretted,
and the best wishes of a host of
friends will follow the couple in their
CHIEF ON CLEAN STREET3.
Bays People Most Take Oar of Wasts Pa.
per and Rubbish.
Oi late there has been no little
complaint about waste paper and
otner ruoDisn in tne streets. Chief
Pender has heard many of them and
has sought a remedy by notifying
people, particularly merchants, to
need tne ordinance governing the
disposition of offal. Bat he says no
good has come of his efforts in this
direction, and that all he can do is
to enforce the law. This he proposes
l he elements were a little uneasy
today, ana as a consequencs paper
was llying in all directions. Horses
were frightened and pedestrians
were annoyed. Officer Byan declares
mat ne gainerea in a wagon load oi
it. A bunch of excelsior came whiz
zing down Sixteenth street and as it
was passing the station it was las.
soed by Desk Sergeant Archer.
A Syndicate to Furehaee Kloadlke Clalaas
Lata advices from London confirm rumors that
hare heretoforj reached this side of the Atlsntlc
thst s financially powerful syndicate is in pro
cess of formation in England, France and Ger
many to bay all the payicg claims of miners In
the Klondike region. Of coarse this will lead to
a vast amount of speculative valuation, bn: there
Is a claim ia tha Klondike, as elsewhere, which
It is impossible to Underestimate, and that la the
claim of Hostetter's Stomach hitters to the fore-
most place among Americaa remedies for liver
complaint. The billons and constipated derive
prompt relief from this genial alterative, whies
rtmediee nsaaea, yellowness of the skin and
eyeballs, fur opon the tongue, and naple&saat
odor of the breath that characteriis billonsnaes.
It alao remedies aad preveate mslatlal
rheumatic ailments, ktdney trouble, lack of
stamins, dyspepsia and nervousness. Like all
ttandard remedies that have established them
selves in popular favor, it deserves a fair r o
Demi Xohaese Bait Bad Bsaehe Taw
If yon want to quit tobaooo using
easily and forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic, full of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bao, the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy Ko-To-Bac
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a euro. Booklets and sam
ples mailed free. Addrea Sterling
nocieuy oompaay, unicago or Mew
A cold. Neglect. Pneumonia.
Grief. Had Foley's Honey and Tar
been need, this story would have
had a happier ending. For sale by
T. H. Thomas. . '
Pot Infants and rhnrlvw
T Oar Oswattaa; VrMay aH Hetwrday,
Uet. 2 and SO.
Grand Union Tea company. 226
West Second street. Davenport, In
Steffen block, near Harrison street.
Do not send your regrets, but some
and be presented with a bemuttfrd
panel picture. 14x30 inches (sea the
one framed ia our window), given
free to all purchasers in addition to
the tickets or premiums given regu
larly with our goods. Ia order to
maka the opening days interesting
to lovers of fine tea and coffee, note
the following: To all purchasers of
50 cents worth of tea, spices, baking
powaer or extracts, or 11 worth of
coffee, any kind, we will give a beau
tiful 8 -inch crimped nappy, perfect
imitation oi cut glass, in fact treated
tne same, highly fire polished. Note
this: To all purchases of one can of
our celebrated Grand Union Baking
powaer or z pounas oi tea, any kind.
at 50 centa and above, will be given
a genuine nickel plated coffee pot,
5-pint, finely made, highly polished,
iftk i i ii. w r,. .
wiu wuuu oantue. a uu wiu Bureiv
want one when you see them. Here
is another bargain given with the
latter purchase, a hard wood. 2 shelf
table, 28 inches high, top 15 inches
square. Shell s inches square, nicely
finished and highly, polished. This
stand is made expressly for ns and is
worm tne price oi the baking pow
aer. w e are not strangers in this
locality; our wagons have been doing
Dusiness in isavenport, itock island
ana Moline lor the past three years.
We import all of our own goods and
bring them direct from plantation to
consumer with one small profit. The
premiums are merely riven as an
advertisement, in addition, remem
ber, to the panel picture given on
opening days, t rtaay and Saturday,
Oat. 29 and SO. at the new tea store.
Grand Union Tea company, 226 West
oecona street, in tne steffen block.
near Harrison street.
IS A VALUABLE WORK.
New Bloxraphteal History of Book Ulead
The Biographical Becord of Rock
island uounty, a new historical al
bam, which has been ia coarse of
preparation tor a number of years un
der the direction of C. M. Cyrus, has
come from the publishing house of
toe t. ai. uiarxe r a bushing company,
of Chioago. The work, which is
handsomely bound, artistically print
ed, ana illustrated with steel engrav
ings, embraces 46G pages. Its con
tents evince care and thoroughness
in compilation, and altogether the
volume ia one which will prove of
great interest and value to all who
are fortunate enough to possess
copy. The book !s now being deliv.
ea to subscribers by Mr. Cyrus.
Prosperity has struok the Model
laundry, opposite the court hoase.
14U1 second avenue, which the man
agement proposes to share with its
patrons by doing work at the follow
ing prices: Shirts 7 cents, collars 1
cents, cuffs 3 cents, undershirts 6
oents, drawers 5 cents, handkerchiefs
H cents, socks 8 cents, and big re
dactions m prices on ladies' and fam
ily washing. Give the Model laun
dry a trial you can save 50 oents on
the dollar. Work guaranteed. Tele
phone 1945. xoura respectfully,
Where s Hss Must Sneak tTn.
"I had occasion tkootlinr day, for tho
first tunc, said a sober minded citizen,
"to go up high in cno -of tho modern
tall buildings. I called on a man in tho
Govctiteeuth story. It certainly ww tre
nicndons tho way they hoisted us up
that shaft, with a smooth ntart and
carry stopg and liphtniupr botwecn. But
ine most linpi-ptwive thing a bant the
trip was thin : A man who got on whore
I did, at the ground floor, and who
wanted to get off at the tenth flour,
said 'Tenth,' as it setimcd to mo, the
instant we started up, but the elevator
man said: 'This is tho twelfth. Well
stop going down. '
"If there is a rjlaca on earth ihant
man needs to Bpeak up, it appears to be
in the modern- elevator car. " 2ew
Tha best Salve In tha wnrM for
Cuts, Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
unenm. r ever Bores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cares
Itles, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction er
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
oox. cor saie oy uarta m UUemeyer
Never ha. na.
Many desperate cases of kid new
diseases pronounced incurable have
oeen ouxea oy c oieys sua ney Cure
Many physicians nse it. For sale by
x. ix. xnomas.
racing the Basic
The spirit of this simile ia nanrl tnr
John Banyan in the meditation "Of the
norr anrt IJmni," in his "Book For
Boys and Girla; or, Country Rhyraos For
Children," published in 16S6. Of the
genuine christian be says, inter alia:
IX drummer beat the charge or what th
They'll nose thera. face them, keep thru- places
Kotos and Queries.
Tha Worst 0ld I Kvw Bad.
Ton can cure it in one night with
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. 25 cents
at all druggists. So cure ro psy.
Hundreds cf precious little ones
owe their lives to Dr. Thomas' Eolec
trie Oil, the sovereign cure for croup
end all other throat or laag diseases.
For sale by Marshall s Fisher.
Subscribe for Tn Aaaoa,
One of the largest lines of Ingrain all wool
Carpets in the Tri-Citics to select from at
prices which will pay you to investigate.
OIL CLOTH RUGS.
We have a large stock which is moving rapid
ly. These goods were bought below market'
price and we are selling them lower than they
can be bought elsewhere.
W. S. HOLBROOK
103, 101, 107 E. Second Street,
'When la Dtrasyt.
Health is Life's
HE ALT II
Oar Beetrle Machine for
tbe treatment of Mervowe
Wcrli's Grcitist t:i
la Chroaie, Bereoas, Private saS
CATABBH Bronchitis, Asthma, Early Consumption, Bhenmatlsm, Rea.
raltta, Dvspepsla, Scrorala, Syphilis ea4 all biooo; trve aa4 Udaef Slseesee.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys,
nervosa exhaustion. palpllaUoe of the heart, Sveaapela or any dlsnsss tcllr to the sac.
s boa Id call ea the treat specialist and tat aa opinion aa their case tree et charts.
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied, nervous debility, piles, exhsasUva
drains, night 1 usees, defective ory, threatened Inesnltv, lotsaf will newer, Btaatal da
las Ion, sleeplessness, ate.
VARICOCELE Is the most active cause of nervous debility. Why treat
months wlta ethers when ere enatantse voa a nsnaaa l eara ta aevea days by eat m'rlisnj
BMthodf Hydrocele cared la three days no pats.
THE PRAISES WE HATE RECEIVED For our remarkable skill In curing
cases given np as hopeless by all, has compelled as la nee this mesne In order to give the tase
plo, aa well as the medical profession, the benefit of oar kaewledse of atedlriae and oaf la.
inuutDie earn m uiean or eurtery. nsiusaiear year tatauy paystdaa Is always welcose ae
see ns operate. We are wllllne to spread oar knowledge and ahnw ear skill, and we feel
joeiiy prooo oi ine eauy conirmratauone
aediral and eeratcal literature we
Bret of ref ereneee sad credentlala. If yon cannot call, amta. Hundreds cared be -'
Boon t tol,Jtoa,7toB; Sundays, 11 JO to 1 JO.
CHICAGO UEDIC AL I1TSTITUTB ,Jiwae B14-
rivelPer Cent Paid on Oeposlta.
Money Loaned oa Personal CoUateral or ReaCKstate Baemrltj.
J M Bnfttrd. President.
Jorra onbaoeh. Vice Pi
t SraeMwelt, Oaahlei.
tartness Jary S. USB. aad oeeapy
ilchaU Lyndon as baJMSaS.
And when ft shows
signs of regularity
take it to
Wdimao, the JsuEh.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live" prices. High
In repairing at reason
1S0S Beeoad Are
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed
160 THIRD AVZSUE
THIS WEEK AT
Consmlt the Best.
Dr. J. K. Walsh,
Tate arcblcaca. fonaerlv
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Prompt aad Permanent Cures
we receive rross tae nteatcai rrt fasl.m f tne ad
hare written. UNLTCITKAHI.B iiaiaTirts
Incorporated Under the
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.:
B S Oeale,
. oha Volh.
JaaBssa Haas, ea
CcCoy's New Ecropesn Hotel
COS, SUM Alt VAI IIIN STft.
Oae Mark tYata C St. B. A- T. aatal
Mm B. at M. a. Stallraadl d)ea.
Imrrovements costing $75fU.to have
hist been completed, and the bouse row
offers every convenience to he found in ny
hotel, Includint h'4 ind cold tt zter, electric
lipht and steam heat ia every room.
Pates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY, Owner sad Proprkioc-
aaafacaajars at I
Aa4 BO Etnas aft
Siding, Flooring, Walasooattas;
18th Barest bet, 4th and Sth Avenue.