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true pr eta-in t m idnM l. so.
4 .1 rme'railwe.s of pnl.uui M imBn
e ikintar, (nl.tiaai r a.!i'ena, aje
tf k1 tea tttatl4 fit M!eaO. 5 Met
' 13 M prttl er let boat tneiarse,
CwT-wpniidrace (Bik!l4 tr srj wnratt't
r R Is'tel sett.
Wiiim:i, lumtii 2. ISM
UUrr t.:i piling up at the rate
ft fl.TS'l pr day.
Cl. IaKCL'wRir cf t'r!v:n4,
! tv'onin i) ikiii the reward
f'ir il tuat b'mi''t durm; ttt last
eropifa. If La entered open Li
dutie as ittprrir.te.dett of the Sol
dlore Orphan' llaae at Normal.
Wuile kef pica r attention ride
ls' rict't na ladi watchina for
ar tilce la any coaUt tha p jrs
may make a U Cuius, Kcland
should not 1 if the fact that
loraethio,; it goinjt on la amttcr part
of her possioaa tby are tavicf
a hot lima over ia Australia.
Tiiij i aw the Wlclita (Kan )
F.;; writo ap a social function in
thai city the other day: "Jlri. Iter
wurtVt party ridy evening was a
rrt sticreta. The l&r pearl
handled iiiivr which were ued at
th luncheon bel'-nM to Mr, lhr
lln.Mr. II irwurt le t neighbor. The
silver pirn Mr. Hrrwr,rtl tor
iowpiI from Mr. Granthrr."
l!i.?.''iR'iU gjirdie? hertnivw
pit fen a can tun! j a if ho ws
afraid onie r.re woaM like it fr ru
h"r. We CTiaift't ii!.il urg'i in.
torpria tv.iripcrt ao4 ciTfr t!.e
r"ti lili. n. which ii ia a u;ill iU-Tct
tc. irx ru I with clf. hue. tLn n
n wi.. i i f ; id priT8 fcur r r tna
dl-t'.i n.Hion tut ha l.ta Imrxrt
P'jn ti r.
th' .ta. n. I th.it a oaT4 w i
ni'.p t:t da c f tb I.Iia.i rpul-
man uviPaTiua in c tctttt. ail
tint wl,U th xc; t.na cf IJ irv
atative Ui'.t. f.uti!. Sa.ith.
V tttl an I Ki-. all t i.. . J th.t
art rnrror'pj' .oo at tU tT
wa iti'.pr')'i'j, Ucausd c f tia p!.
tit lniIvil. lU-prr u:tit-' Mn.
frimcr, P:knap. Cannon, i'riare.
Warner. .r:T. Mra aaJ
ll pkinall thunht thai the aJnp-
uon pi any in.i pruttcm for annp.a
jr"l taaiarl woali run lh pul;t
loat fvaih of ta party, and tht it
winlil drlf intj th dc'ts jcrv.i
ramp all tai lniuta:;.t who ot-4
th rrpnbtioaa tickrt ia J-W. W:l
thn hut ha p' ka en tt tobj.tt
pi fti i.
r piri'R niTi-rt' 'Kra. crtaaDmtia
Vor!! IturaJ.f. ha wca a rrtit .
tTJ ovi't Jalf KJrr. wnr if.nie
ai' Btii tifi oj ial lliti-hcock fmna
UluT pab;i.hm; ortaia rotoi'.-.tirn
or ecrunn-atif i a th ai. Id;t r
forhiddta rMKititioB. which wcra
tmplt a matur cf lal f iraiaatr
anl priH'p.lur. an t dt?aouac.l tha
io-fa a a i..la. tit-l anJ awl
altu la du hi wort. Th liter wa
tbcrrupn tilt A fcr conttapt cf
ctun. in c art jitnrd? ta trial
or i.ia raa a; I tnt th tajanctioa
noint th V'trM-IUri!t wa
and thtt th editor cnu.d act l
puni'hod for tfonwmpt. Th nH
tnmn i f tha ttt'.iaif ia fator cf lh
acwpp( r i that a court ha ni
pwrr t s,t'l'.i!i a prf- c3icrihp
or iiriti i; r'Bl 1 puMUV
MKinl'7, alvanca asat of pres.
parity i ctttiBC n his work truer?
thaottan rjM'rati tf ttTtral cf
' In tV tl-' -.J I. i ,T7T
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OK. CELL'S S
If lru . -
TW r. r. 4ieW,u4 2
tk New Kcf-!an4 ttatci, tit the
1 racnort Lailctin. Tha ra.lactlnn in
the wtj-o of oTcrlOO oX)poorjy paid
wotktBmn has attracted tha atica.
tioa and calicd forth the rrmpathT of
the nation. It is Lard to nndcrtianl
fcy thesa Ut-crcrt ehoa!J Lo com.
f ciil ti t-jtu.t tj a cat ia tUir
wae when It is kajwc that luO
ftaaafactHixr cf this staple arllclo it
to "proUcwd"' by a praclicJIy
j.r'joiui.nt! ria, a&a our manuiac-
tartr haTo tuanr ether "advan-
tt.-et'" cm biiUt bf the c:j ennntrr.
h:ai'..f Chaallcr. a reco.--ni:a l r.
pablkan Jca-!r. whr lives in the
cot.ua j'iBui. uik.rioi. coniriaaiet
aa artic.a to the Concord. (X. H..)
.lonitcr. oedfr the haadwne. the
th V,t'.l Standard Work for S Iv r
Minay." a aj: "rho !ooi?nv
tizatirn af tiilvrr ar.it rnnwnnrnt mn.
- ----.-j.-... -
prtriatir.n cf pnd. whirl mcamrri
Miui-, n7i- r-r..nuir') n o re luce
tie prtcc t f ct.jomnditt' that jfonlj
waira once nave rrnarii ico pro-
incar Itt'O. cow hrlt r Mm nr.ir .:"
. -... j . -
This i a world widn ccrditi n whire
G'..d prices prevail, and lerausc
ir.aau(aciariri raannt ptt old prices
r r ods, they -ay thy canr.t pay
rices for labor, liui if it tad
entbeeafor the Iciaonctisi'.ion cf
.itr thj waet or lab.ir evory whe:o
ta racoot ;ert would hero ric?. be-
ctc-octca laborer has been uV.e.
rear by jar, to iriate a larper pro
dnct, and bo Lai, thertf jro, fj.cn cn.
t'.tlud t3 larger wacs ts his thai e cl
that product. ThU lc?!tiuato iit.
ia wa-ct tie adaption of too cold
itindard has prevented, and instead
ti a rise ccmcs a is.;.
Kcctnt wovrmrnt in fror r f H a
rcnjoBitizitica of eilvcr have come
from Senator Tal er, of Colnrado,
who wa tcrrotarr ct the interior in
Pre i Jent Arthur's cabinot, and from
SctsttT Chandler, of New IImn.
thirr. who wa secretary of tho navy
.a im tar.ie anrninitration, and
trcn.:thpn'd by Senator Uolcnt,
who iniiv ch!'ipi'.tied McKinlpy'
raii la 1' 10. They an or wen,
11 three rcrnh.:irar. r f l.i-h Ktr.nrf.
''f iho prty Lpcarur c..raniit-
jr.i i , a f i.-.c i.;ci on tao tuonpv
'lr.tr lliaa I V CooIJ Siand.
"Mir; ; r!,;.!''
1 i.:. i t:.r a I'Irtf.-.d fTK"i'.(:i!y
t ;.; : .. .!:; f.-L t r.ivull ii:.
nrr''. i ;! !; ,.d ny,.jr, !y n ti: r.t .-f-u.i
I : i b;m ujv:ictl.&i n tUc
fr. . i n i i.
-i h..t v . i.. ivy tl.i;' to do,"
tin- 1 if t . Vi V.1j liiV'rb.il ly
J ij t n fh..;i a.-..ti..a t ! in t!..
r.' i.;.! . r'.ii ! tad ixtio ruLbu.g to
lt Y a I r. ! .!.( nytLil.3t.rtL0
:.. ';l t l , ' jli. .I, t'i.o rit:. n,
I it t ut i.mI Land. -11
r.:..n 1 1 '. jj,t J .ji Ium LilL" CLi-
The Aariftt Creeks lelictcd tv.it
the Peeitcs wire the ols who at.
tcr. !a,l to the wdfare and projx.rity
cf Ue family. They wire wor.
thlrt't I a houtchoid to !t ia ever-.
horne The household rd cf toffar
is Dr. Kinc's Xcw Di.overj. For
Cv-nTn:p'i'jnt roughs, cnjds and fr
1.; aTecHct of threat, cbett an
lucr it is isvalnablc. It has Uicn
tried for a cjnnrtcr cf a century ait'
is cmrantcad to euro, or mostr ra-
tornti. No household ahonld t
ithoat this piod acRcl. It is p!ras
ant to take and a safe aad sure rem
Jy fcr eld and yron. Free trial
octi.es at l;arta Lsicmr;r t drafc
tor. I)ru!tr ti. AO cents and fl.
Kkaataallaia ara4 la Tkrra Itaf.
Mjrt?n U of Ibanon. lad.
ys: -My wif hal trmruatory
rhramatitm ia evcrv mmrU n,i
jMct. her suCcrinsr was terrible, and
k. -. .
n imuj ana irc were swo.ien Rl-
rant btond recognition: had Iwvn
id bed for lis week and had ci"-ht
p.oTjician oot received no lenect
ant ! he tried the Mntin (?nraf r
rheumatitm. Il trave'imtucdiate re
ii"f and phe was able to walk abeut
ii three dajs. I am tare it saved
her lifo." Sold by Otto (irotjan.
1501 SoOcB-l avenae. 1riifrit t'.n.'k
N'.ao l;(iu: Shlcpcl & Son, 220 West
Mi oiia tueci, uavenport.
A Kal t aurth Cara.
Tha 10-ccsts trial ia of K..t'
Cream Ha'.a which can be had cl ice
Jrniiit it tatUdect to tlemonttrate
Us crcat merit. Send 10 cents, we
mail it. t an tue i0 cnts.
Klv lUus ,U Warren St . N. Y. Ciiv.
Catarrh caused dlllijultr In trocak.
ins as't to a .-teat extent losscf tear
ing, ny ite nse cf Ely's Cnam
13.' . . -
ra.n uiiippin 01 macs Has ceased
voict aad hearing have greatly im
proved. J. W". Pavidson, Atlo'rcey
at-law, McnmcBtb. I.L
If tLe cti j.vt t -n i : 1. 1 i,d fr' Hi
kfrj IE l.r. li UT .r in r:i 1 l.v
1 . . it - .
Irteniir a Mt .l.ito l.u. 11 il. th ias
l a Ki u t.; j. d lu jtir as h t a v. u
caa U-r it. 'L n t!.;h c.l. '.;
it ta I'm! hi t aifi r spaiu Ia lit tu
Lor.r your c j v. ,11 U txe lrvu ail ui-
Ta Cara a 014 la l.
Taka Laxative Brcrco Qainina Tab-
ts. a., crcpriits re.'nnd tha Bote
if it tai.s to cart, 25a. Tha ge&aine
a 4 0. 14. on eaca tablet.
lolev't UoBer an J Tar ritunni
aal potitiva relief to aU cases. Fcr
a.a a. u. 1SCQII.
I i . 1
With its February icsne the Forum
completes its twenty-foarth volume,
which shows a manifest advance
when compared with many ct its
prodicestjrs. The leading article in
the current number ia contributed by
tha pretidtct of the international
freocraphical congress, Sir Clement
K. Markham, K. C. U , cn "Antarctic
I-tPioraUon and its Importance."
W Lne numerous north-polar expe
ditions have been undertaken daring
ttepast quart.r-century, with the
result of larpe additions to ctr
knowledpo of Arctic lands, it Is more
Iran tV) jears since any organized
al'smpt was made to solve the routh-
fxi.ar pron.cm. Antarciica Is todav
a teakd book. Sir Clements per
tinently quotes a remark of
thedukoot Argyll, to thd effect
mat it is almost a reproach
to civilizstica that, whilo vro nre
Uc to analyze the substance, and
t'.ist'nguish the chemical core. position
cf the nest distant objects in space.
we uavo arrived at tao close ct the
nineteenth century without knowing
the whole superficial nppearanco tf
cur own little planet. Tho urgert
need of a magnetic survey, it is
claimed, it a suiUcicnt reason for tto
patchingsn expedition to Antarc
tic teas. F.x-Secrctarv of the Treas
ury Cariislp, ia a second paocr on
l)angoraus Defects of our Electoral
System," proposes a remedy. liU
pi;a w "a, constitutiont.1 amend
tuent. providing simply that the
prenidcat aad trie vice president sball
l.e chosen by the pecple cf the sov-
er&l states, voting by ballot on a day
oxeu oy congress, wnich Eball ha the
psme throughout the United
States; that the electors in each sa'.e
shall have tho qualificitlons rcouircd
for electors c! the most numerous
branch of the state lisiature; that
each stato shall bo entitled to a nura
bcr of votce to bo called 'presi
dential" or "ele etoral" votep rqaal
to the number of its senators and
representative in congress: and that,
in ascertaining tbc result of tho elcc-
tir n.cacb person voted for shall bocn
titled to have counted in his favor a
number of tho presidential or elcc-
tcrul votts of each state, cot respond
ing 10 uv proportion 01 toe popular
veto received by him in such state..
M.-. Carlislu claims that such a plan
wesld cot only secure uniformity
and equality, Lut would avoi(i nearly
all cf the dargtrs incidtn. to tho ex
iatieg fybtem. O.hcr meritorious
litf rary coxitrlbutions complete the
Dr. NhP.en dUcxss s ia tiie Fvlrn
ary Mcvluro's tbe future of explora
tiua in tbe direct!oa of tho tior;h
polo. Hit conclusion ii thst tho p l
Ch-i bs reacLid without too grctt
: uju.tits," ciiLer ' by a snip lrifi
irg wish the Ice arM te polar
Set," or ly help cf do. s and elJges
(rum the Greenland side." Ha cn
forces this conclusion with recitals
from his own experlenco la getting
Ut miles trarrr the pole than any
otLer tuan has got (except Jobansej,
who aceorapnleJ Xanscn). and the
artme i as interesting a it Is valu
able. It i illu'iratcd with numcr-
ou pittur'-s tf peop!o and feints of
me i.ir ncrta urawn or phot.igrni.aed
from life, s?rae of th m hy lir. Nna
?cn biamclf. This naail'ur cf Mc
C'luro't is p'.rticularlr notal'.c in its
rcr'LDal and biogriprhical ma'.tr-r.
James It. Wilson conttibutcr
a timely and carefully prepared pa
per ta "Americas inltrcbts is
China, n to tho February camber tf
the North American K:view. Being,
a wo are, Geo. Wilson asserts,
China's nearest neighbor across the
tea, and tho only cro of the great
pomcr which has ebsolutcly no
plans he stile to the peara. integrity
and general welfare cf the Chinese
ueoplo, we rannct but look with
deepest apprehension upon the events
taking place ia that quarter. V."
cannot ailord to be mittaken as to
the plans of tha other powers, nor to
depend epon tho most bpncvolenfof
them f jr our proper share ot the
commerce now in existence, and
wliich is snre to increaie rapidly
hire after it China ii permitted to
wcrk out her own salvation with bcr
possr 'si ins inlart end her autonomy
Nd Ilia lAtn.
S. F. Friiz of 677 Kcdgwlck street
Chie&ro, sayt: "I Lad a severe
couj:h which hettied on my lungs. I
tried a number ot advertised remed
ies and also placed myself under
treatment cf several physicians, with
na benefit. I wai recommended to
try Foley's Honey and Tar. With
Utile expectation cf getting relief, I
purchased a tcttlo. I had takea but
a few does when I felt greatly im
proved; I was e cabled to sleep', spit
tirg ct blood ceased, and by tue time
I had liken the second bottle I was
entirely well. It saved my lifo." For
ta!e by T. II. Thomas.
t'ltvai filtat Fl.el
Pr. Williams' Indian Tila Oint
ment will rare blind, bleeding and
iicblnjr piles when all othpr oint
ments have failed. It absorbs the
tamers, allay the itching at once,
acts a a poultice, gives instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oist
ment Is prepared enly lot piles and
itching vf tho private part, and
nothing else. Fvcry box Is war
ranted. Sold ty druggists cr sent
by mail oa receipt ct price, 50 cents
cd f 1 per box.
. V. iluams Maki racTCKisa Co..
Proprietors. Cleveland. Ohio.
S;ld by M. F. Bahnscn. Druggist.
- at v
The Larger Half.
The Sam? Ia Rock Island as Else.
The bigger half of world iy trouble,
The greater part ot mankind's suf
fering Can be safely laid to the kidneys
Kidneys filter the blood.
Keep the human system healthy
ui liiey can't uo this when thev re
Easy to tell sick kidneys.
Look to tho back tor the note cf
Most backache pains are kidney
Twitches, twinges pains and nches
c f a bad back
Should be treated promptly.
Every day's delay means future
Urinary complications set in, dia
betes. Blight's disease.
D.iau's Kidney Tills arc kidney
Cure every form of kidney ills.
Proof cf this in Kock Island testi
mony. Patrick Rooney, of 13:it Fifth av
enue, bricklayer says: "In 1892 I
was taken with a soreness across my
kidneys. Gradually other symptom's
developed, plainly showing what was
tho cause ot it. I consulted a physi
cian, wno treated mo tor tare year?,
but I oblaiDel little or no lectfit.
In addition I used a much advertised
cure for kidney trouble, but the ben-
tftciRl results were eta all. Darirg
me summer ti l& 1 suffered tc
verely with intense pain In the small
of my back, and ia addition trouble
existed with the kidney secretions,
particularly at night. Aiwa; 6 on
t'uo lookout for sr.nit-tb.iE? to help me,
when I noticed Doan's Kidney Pills
advertised and guaranteed to m e
symptoms liko mine, I procured a
box at the Harper House drug store,
and continued the treatment until I
had used six boxes. They did mo a
world of good, more than all the
ether medicines c mbined. I will
be only too pleased to give minuter
particulars of my experience ia a
Doaa's KiJacy Pills tor silo by all
dealers. Trice 50 cents. Mailed by
r osier-auioura company, BaftV.o, N.
Y., sale agents f;ir tbe" U. S. Ite-
membor the name, Dosn'd, and take
no substitae. Sold by Marshall &
"Oh, pa," cselahned tbe doar girl,
ber Kipiihiro eyes brimming with uu
slud tears, "Low euu you say that so
l ii ty is lie.llt.wV"
"Why diouli'n't I?" re trrtcd pa, with
a ro:a.-e l.iuh that Utraywl tho fact
that, he l:.:d ;ail nio.ro attention to
KiaLin' r.u.iicy thr.a to nquirin pulib.
" Whv s-houliiii't I. whni 1 Lave to i::y
thu tills fur fivtlii; iho ta'i" that you
have hero at your llov outaV" Iuuiau
8omitb.il. Z o Itnow.
It may be worth something ic
kaov.' tliat tho vcrv bent mp-liri. .
restoring tho tired out nervous Byt-t-m
to a healthy vigor is Electric
T-ittPr. This mnilii.li.il
vegetable, acts by giving tone to tbe
n i-tc centers in the stomach, gent'y
ttimulates the Liver and Kidney?,
fir t aids these organs in throwing e II
inr.uriuts in the blood. Electric
Bi iters improves tho appt-tite. tUlu
ii'"stion, and is oronounpr. 1 ht
, li.oso w ho have tried it m the very
1 "-m uioou punner oaa nervi tnni.v
I tj it. Sold for 50 cnts or f 1 per
'o'.tle tt Hartzc Ullcmeycr's dr i
Tbe Mo.t FaUl Ulsvaiip.
It is not generally known that
more i-.t rj mDPT trouble
than.. . ..... When the
tirtt i wt .uui3 ti tiiu cieaso ap
pear, no t mn hlOU'il hB Inatin Ink.
icg Ftleya K.diuey cure, which is
unrauicHu or money reiunaea. rtr
sale by T. K. Thomas.
Miss Maggie Uannah
Long SuirerinK from H.adache Cured bv
Dr. Miles' Re&torative Nervine.
-7 jjr vr
HEAP-ACHE? are the banc of woman's
life. I"n 'inc-ntly n lloved batwaWOT
prnr.anrntly cored, the ultimate re
sult U i-oLttaual n.U ry. .Miss Jl.orcie Ilan-n;ai.r.:n-liclnutt-t.,l)anTillp,
III., say in
Jar.e 1 "I cauiiot acij to ay testimony of
!atytarei..t pttiiiitlaa well and strotij;.
Tco years apj I bud such a pain ia my Lead
mat i a to nottinr. was desperately ccrrous
ana could cot sleep
pecuiiar to my sex set
In and our physician
railed another in con
'altaticn. They de-
L Mostin a
g . W I HIV
!, uuv. ,v I elded I had com-amp-
l&Stfi$r !uoaant, D,ust die-1
M:;es' Kesiornitre Nt-rrice and the s-ond
ui;ht cbtair.ed the Cr-t o'lLts rrs.1 alen in
four veeks. I know that It. Miles' Lestor
atirc Nervine sarcd my life.
Ir. MiW Urnsedles are sold by all drng
Rists oudir a postUTe fuarantce. Cist bottle
beceCu or money rtfucded. Buck on Heart
ar.4 Serr sent free to all appUcanU.
hii iULEs AILDICAL CO. Elkhart. Ind.
1 ALL KINDS OF
Ladies' warm shoes,
former price ?1.25 ,
Men's warm shoes,
former price $2
Men's felt boots and overs,
former price f 2 50
Calf and split boots,
former price f 2 50
former price f 2.50
We are Now
WRIGHT & BKRBER
1619 secoistid -aveisttje:.
n rat nn ft
SINE DIE ADJOURNMENT THIS WEEK
r.-o.pcets or tlio Illinois Extra SevIon ol
ei:-:r.!T2eiaf Ills.. Feb. Ky a vote cf
73 yeas to 13 rays the house yesterday
recalled its revenue bill to set-end read
irsrand amended it in several places. The
rrinriral cmendmcnt adopted struck
cut the Stoskonf provioion, which place!
nianufacturinfr. ininins and publishing
companies under the control of tho
state board of equilization. The biil
was advanced to third reading. The
srnat? primary election bill was ad
vanced to third reading and the fce-use
The senate was in session only Gvc
rr.ir.ntes. The house joint resolution csii
ln the supreme court to modify tho
rule recently promulgated making the
law students' course three years, so
that It will not apply to students who
befjan their studies prior to the j.ro
n:uij;ation of the new rule, was adopted.
Final adjournment cf both houses is not
improbable t'ais week. Tho house will
pas3 the reve-uc till today it is con
ti b't'tly slated.
The , Liia.!....!. j . ,...: .;;in;;.
M;:r';u;t-, Jlieh.. l' Vi. 2. A Ftnie
m. 1:1 1 i the private i ;r.!j of J. M. V il!
l:i -..o;i, wl.'uh i..i.tly its doors.
El-. ws nor.!ir.al arset? f aad
apt T,!is"il s-.vets f $! tfi.;;i': li-i'.i;iti.--s,
Jl".'..iT::.:. Tlie (,-:i rn band at the
la I. i f th? a.'-.-!.;vn!eiit Jl'S.OTS.C!.
Tiie au;i.i".it v.I.Mi l.as been raid in
slnca is Sil.-C;1:.'.
IliillKCN iolllnl in Un Sniiw.
Walervillo, Me.. 1M1. 2. Small hou-rs
have been buried by twenty-foot drifts
of s-'ioiv. The I.o(kvo..d cotton mills
have been closed, the operators tiein?
unable to reach the faetoiy. There has
been no train over the Maine Central
railrrad for twenfy-fov.r hours.
McCoy's New European Botel
COS. CURX AND YAH 6UREK STS.
Ouc liloelt rroui It. I. & 1: an(i
L. S. A: M. S. R ti I road depot.
Improvements costini; 57S,OtXi.oo hive
nist been come leted. and t! he nw
oilcs every convenience to be found in anv
notei, inciuding hot ana cold water, electric
tii:!it and steam heat in every room.
Kites 75 cents per day and upwards.
J irst class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY. Owner ontf Proprietor
Health is Wealth.
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Dwl. E. C. WEST'S
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TKE ORIGIIIAU ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS.
Issnldur.der positive Written ii;Ernnte,
bront horued azmte oi:b;, to curfl Wnok Memory,
Dizurwua. Bkcfulne.-ii, Jits, Uptcria, Ouick
ecss, Nialit LoEseB, Kvil Dreiuiis. Wk ol ConO.
rtnnen.NorTousrss liesi'ndo, nil Drains, Yoath.
f al trrora, or Erc?!vo tw of Tobacco, Opium,
pr Liquor. T-tarh leads to liipery. Consumption,
Insanity anil ipnth. At stora or by mail, $ 1 a
lix: six for $r.; with vt ritteo coaracteo to
care or rrrunit money. Komple pack
ajre, containing vo dnjV treatment, with full
instruction, ' cents. Or.o aamplo onlj told to
rower, Mi uannona, '
bfeFOFE t,c by mail. API
A. J. R!e, Fonrth AreLao Drez Hiora, sole
fcffcnt. Rock Island, III.
Estate of Anna Ohlwltf r. deceued.
The anders !gned hsrln? been appotr.ted errca-o-
of the lmt will and te.tament of Anna obi
well ?r, lt ol tbe eonntj of Rock l:nd, aute of
llitt.V. H WA. b A K . n. -. . . ,
ill appear before the county court of Rock Islaii
tconi', it the ronn'.y conn room, in
tbe city of Rick blind, at the April terra, on
t.e Bnsi Mondjty In Ai.ril next, at which time
an persons barinc t!:mi ersinst said estate ire
notiiied and reqnesttd to attend, for the porposa
of h&Tinc lb same adjnstad.
Ail persons Indebted to aad estate are rs
Cn.!tlto aaaa Immadisl psymeBt totbtsn
ifs.tsod. bated tail 2r.h day of January. A. 1W
J obm Om.w111.ta, fiiecutbr.
GREAT CUT L
former price 50c
former price 12.50
Men's pure gum arctics,
former price fl.75
at Our New Store, throe doors West of Kock
i at Chas. Bledib. Manarer.
coimJncj" Sunday, Jaci 30s
Endirg Sunday, Feb. 13.
-re rminited bv Tlirrr Frp'Jih fnl
11 I in i em lirstu.ili- i:r..r . t.lf
rti-t in a rciiui.uiru of lw uiitl
Fparkl ng comedies.
Change of Play Nightly.
Fplen;lM srecialtieswiH liff intmtuced
loiwetn f els. tlinsrunilering a cotiu
nous pvtlorniancs. Tonihi,
"Prince of Liars"
Lcok for Bcantifal Costnmes.
Mntince Saturday 2:30 p. m.
Prices -10, 20 ai d 30 cents.
Unber The OiHEaiOM Or Oiahscrun Kindt ScCa
Thursday, Feb 3.
MR. HENRY E. "ADONIS"
In His Marvelous Spectacular
Entertainment of Magic. Mirtb,
Mystery and Mimicry."
The IiliiRior. I.porl,
flie II nsion llianlo.
The Mintrieiti hnnecr Bnls,
Hie Mystery cf Mtsrcur.
And 20 Minutes with Dixcy.
Prlcca-n, rc 50r and 25c. Seat aa!e at
3' Opera House,
Saturday Night, Jan. 5,
Tho Greatest Contralto in
the World, in
And Concert. Assisted by
a company ot Operatic Cel
Mile. Marie Toulinguet
rrimo T)nnna Borrano, Imp'ris! Opera
J'o. aiile. de fcrdnt, Ptimo I)oi:n
So.rno. Hoat e'srt Rosa opn-aCo.
Mr T. MtCt icen.Tei.or. mternatlf nl
Opera ro M-aoor A. Albert;, Uarl-t-i'ie.
Imperial Ofra Co, ricnorr.
uisrro, Mu.icsl Director. P.oram
will co sist of a eomolete p-r'ornirice
cr th foor.h act of Verdi's ILTKOV
ATuR; g.Ten in costume, witl seen-
-ry, pnurapher-alia. cic. To he pru
ce. d-d b a Miscellaueoni Operatic
Prices S'.BO. ft, r.e snd 50s. Sets on sale
nadncsdsy at Finkc t. Telephone J').
Rurlis Opera House,
Sunday Night, Feb. 6.
Never wis a Greater or
Grander Success. Fett
American Play N. Y.JJerald.
The Girll Left
A Thrilling and Bomantic
Story. By Belasco & Fyles.
Management Jnlius Ctbn.
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Dierct from the Distillery.
Purehasir.IT nwrw TolV-n r.t n-nAm
that we oiler for sale in bond, where
mey remain in the Distillery Ware
house, under the Government's su
pervision, until they reach our hands,
is a guarantee that what you buy ot
us is absolutely as pure as it was at
th timi Of Production. One atrnV
eo.iipritfN t. medium and hither
... .4 ... M .-i . . . . .
f1""" i monies, ana wnno an
are not ot tho same juality and ptice,
all of them are goods where absrlnte
purity is the essential consideration.
It is important that yon ber in
mind that wc are the only Wholesale
Liquor llou e having tho legal right
to sell to tho consumer direct in
quantities less than a gallon, and aa
such can save you about half the
price you pay to other retail balers.
In our Family Lfqnor Department
you can always cbtain goods of the
highest standard of excellence ind
purity, and with confidence tl at
goads bought are as represented.
Open c ven'ngs until in o'clock.
Telephone 2 on-lJol.
Fsmiiy L'quor St -re, 1706 Third avenue.
Uoltmann the leweler
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
Novelties of all Kinds
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
f and iewelry that is
' worth seeing. Call
and look it over.
Woltmaa, the Jeweler.
1SC5 Sooond Ave
"Cock ofthe Walk"
In tne laundi v business Is what our
patrons own us to be. So you can't
blame us for crowing when we have
won the rlsht on your shirt fronts,
collars, cuffs and shirt waists. We
do the best work in town, and are
looking for your bundle. Shall we
get It. King phone 1211.
mi Third Ave. Phone llli.
GF.T THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed-
1C09 THIRD AVENUE