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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUXE 7, 1898.
IDE EXCELLENCE OF SYIUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by .dentine processes
known to the California Fio Svfccp
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon,
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
fcy the Caliokxia Fio Sntur Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding tho worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the Cai i
Tor.ma Fio Svkup Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
Riven to million of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it act on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get it s beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
I IMMItCO. Cut
toimviLi .r. k. a :w vork. k.t.
And Spain' licet U alioiit a hard
! lind an I lie elusi ve ilea ' W hen
you u i ii.iir iirijr,.f on him lie
isn't there." It in jn-t about as
li.'il'd li lind
Rkh and Pure
ICE CREAM : :
-am. FRUIT ICES
.Ami with tilrh tlclifiotl flavor as
vc jri tin- public to select from.
KKKU, .V MAUI manufacture
Iht-ir h-c Cream from tin- purest
and richest cream to he had in
I his sect inn of tlie ron nl rv. and
they claim that for rirhm-'ss ami
li'licioiH llavorinjH they have no
iiial. We haw patcr packages
to carry lee 'ream hoim; in. It
will keep nicely until you et
KRELL & MATH
Party Supply House.
Itmne IIM. I.lf.-I71 Second Avenue.
TRY Thirst (jucm-hcr at our
Sid. i Fountain.
the opportunity i wise. Ice
ream i t upiil's favtritc
weapon of war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream all the
more because it leaves a cool
impression after it. and tines
not, like oine drinks, lower
the tern (h i m urc. .1 little onh
to raise it much more after
ward. Yomijr men who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their Miit. We atl
vic this plan of campaign in
" of Sweets.
t V(- ; O
First of the Western Baseball As
sociation Teams to Throw
Up the Sponge.
CLUB LOSING MOKIY EVERY DAY.
I'kiyt-r lald sixty Crnts on thp Dollar and
Released - l'mhahlll'ty That t he r'ranrhi
Will llr Traniirrrrrd In Keokuk Which In
Aniioua for thp National liime-Trl-lit jr
II l(h School t'hamplnniihlp.
The Western Ka-hall tssociation is
totterinjj. llin lintoii is the lirst to
fall. Her last prop pave wav last
niht. when at a meeting of the di
rectors of her club, it was agreed to
pay BO cents on the dollar and release
the players. It was stated that the
liackers of the team were Toinjj far
ther into the hole with the advent of
each day, and as the prospect was
anything hut encouraging for the re
vival of interest in the game in the
town, the saest way out of the diffi
culty was to hut up shop. The
daily attendance at Burlington has
not averaged 1X. Had weather is
given as the cause.
There was no little amount of brag
ging on tin; part of the Turlington
new spapers just liefore the opening of
the season as to the excellent condi
tion of the club of that burg, and rid
iculing the idea of admitting liock
Island, holding that this city at the
liest could not survive longer than
the Fourth of July. It is only neces
sary to compare the record. of Hock
Island and Hiirlington to satisfy one
as to which is the belter ha'schall
town. It is not ju-t the right thin'
to chuckle over the town's misfor
tune, but there is nothing wrong in
rereiitiuding the folks down that wav
that they are not so many as they iie-cuM-d
themselves of being.
With seven clubs, the ipiestion nat
urally presents itself as to what will
be the future of the association. In
the lirst place, there is talk of trans
ferring the Ituilinglon franchise
to Keokuk. This town has
wanted baseball for tpi'ite awhile, ami
there is a probability of her liciii"
accorded a chance to show what kind
f MtilT she is made of. ltoek Island.
:is always, is in the front row. anxious
that the season lie played out. It is
believed that there are "other clubs in
the league who will make an effort at
hast to play the season out to the
cud. while there are others, it is ru
mored, who are liable to throw up
the sponge, at any moment. What
ever way the matter trues. Hock Isl
and will be found "Johnny mi the
If the management of the ltoek
Island club is sharp it will engage our
ow n old Hill Krcig. a pitcher and a
third baseman from the Hiirlington
team, before the players are all signed
by other towns. m
The Rock Island (dub's next en
gagement is at Ottumwa. June 10.
; II audi.'. The team arrived from
Hiirlington this morning. Dillon hav
! ing wired Secretary Kddv the action
of the Hiirlington directors last night.
iManager Harry Sage left for Hurling-
1 the steamer W. J. Young, Jr.,
yesterday afternoon. He is cxjiccted
As has been noted in these columns
June 4 was the date upon which tie or
jM.sioncl games in the In-city High
school league should le playcd'ofT. A
t ie game 1s t w een Kock Island ami
Davenport was to have Wen decided
yesterday afternoon, but a letter from
the manager of the Kock Island team
received a few hours before the time
stated that it would le impossible for
them to play as six of the team were
at work. This failure to play accord,
ing to the schedule gave the game to
Davenport by default, and that club
having four victories and no defeats,
sent claimants for tlie tri-city baseball
banner. X01 f the Ruck Island
team could or would give it up, or
show a disposition to find it. so it
looks very much as though the same
cowardly tactics practiced by the foot-
oau team would l continued liy tlie
ball tosscrs. Davenport w on the' ban
ner by a solid string of victories, and
the refusal to hand over the nag is not
the course for gentlemanly sports
men. Davenport IV mod-atl
True, it was agreed that the decid
ing game in the championship scries
would 1 played last Saturday. Hut
as most of the I toys had gone to work
the promise could not be kept. The
Daxcnportcrs will have to win the
Hag Is fore the Im.vs on this side will
surrender it. Oiie of the Kock Island
player suggests that the game-Ik'
played next fall after school begins.
Snnif-thlng to Know.
It may U- worth something to know
that the very Ust remedy for restor
ing the tired out nervous system to a
healthy vigor is Fleet rie Hitters. This
medicine is purely vegetable, acts by
giving tone to the nerve centers in
the stomach, gently stimulates the
liver ami kidneys, and .aids these or
gans in throwing off impurities in the
blood. Fleet ric Hitters improves the
aptctite. aids digestion, and is pro
nounced by those who have tried it as
the very lest blood purifier and nerve
tonic. Try it. Sld for io cents or
1 er bottle at Hart V I'llemever's
Trnny Wiar ami 1'ouml I imlish
are they w ho have not Foley's Colic
Cure as a safeguard in the" family.
For sale by T. H. Thomas.
Doat Ttfcarr pit taa Karate loir IJfi Iwtj.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mar
DPlic. full of life, nerve aod viror. take WTv
Bac. Ihe wonder worker, tost makes weak men
strong. All drufrjists, soc or f I. Curerlcin
teed. Booklet and sample free. AdKst
Menu; tfemeai to., caicago or few Yorfc
SESSIONS OF THE SYNOD.
Adflitora anil frirertor are Cbonea mt
At yesterday's session of the An-
gustana Swedish Lutheran synod Rev.
Aimer and l'nf. A. t . Hetsefli of Kock
Islnwl. were eliH'tei! svnodif.il audi
tors. C. K. Walt, of liock Island: John
Johnson, of Orion, and J. A. Godehn.
of Moline. were elected directors, and
Prof. V. Peterson and (). (i. Ander
son, of Kock Island, auditors of the
Church Fxtension society.
Key. C. M. hsbjorn was elected to
the chair of (ireek exegesis in the
theological seminary at Attirustana
Much of the lime Was spent in dis
cussing whether the synod should
establish its ow n missions in India,
and It was derided to leave this work
to the general council. A proposition
to vote .jU0 to the mission work con
ducted bv the state church in Sweden
was defeated. The pcnslnn-fttnd
board's constitution and by-laws Were
under consideration w hen the synod
adjourned, the question Wingover
tne manner of raising a fund for the
widow s and orphans of pastors and
professors and for needy pastors. It
is projwsed to tax each "pastor in pro
portion to his salary.
Last night C. J. Aewrsten. of Four
CiH-ners. Iowa, and J. L. Murphy, of
Kock Island, delivered sermons. "
W'hea FUz-Hag-h Lee Ran For GoTrrnor.
General Leo has been handicapped
by a Kreat mime. It has stimulated his
pride awl ambition, but it has not in
spired any vanity. When I asked him
if this heritage had helped or hindered
him, he said:
"It has been a heavy load. I have
had the reputation of a lot of ancestors
as well as my own to look after. What
ever pod I have done 1i;ls b.-en crcditwj
to tneni, ami whatever of evil has been
charged to me and magnified, K-eansc
people said they had a rifjht to expect
much better thiiiKS of a man of my
blood and breeding.
"When I was running for governor
of Virginia. John Wise said that if my
name had Ikm ii Fitz-Hugii Smith I nev
er would have secured the nomination.
I replied that I hail known a good many
C'hhI men named Smith and would have
licen ns prowl of that name as of the
one I wore. In that way I got the votes
of all the Smiths in Virginia and a
letter from a man who told mo 'never
to forget Captain John Smith, onr first
settler, who killed Pocuhoutaa. ' '
Need of Coverlnr Darin Sleep.
The reason it is necessary to bo well
covered while sleeping is that when the
lly lies dow n if is the intention of na
ture that it should rest, and the heart
especially should be relieved of its regu
lar work temporarily. So that organ
makes ten strokes a minute less than
when the lxxly is i 11. nn upright postnre.
This means i(0 strokes in (it) minutes.
Therefore in the eight hours that a man
U'ually spends in taking his night's rest
the heart is saved nearly 5.000 strokes.
A. it pmups six ounces of blood with
er.ch stroke, it lifts 30.000 ounces less
of blood in this night's session than it
wo'.ild during the day, when a man is
usually in an npright position. Now,
the liody is dependent for its warmth on
the vigor of the circulation, and as the
blood flows so much more slowly thmngh
the veins when one is lying down the
warmth lost in the reduced circulation
ivust be snpplid by extra coverings.
Where the I'ecau Grown.
The pecan is a near relative of tho
hickory nut. It does not thrive in nil
lands that the hickory nut will, but the
hickory not. will grow well wherever
the iecnn will. The home of the pecan
is the low, rich bottom land that lies
along the Wabash, Mississippi, White
and Itig IVnd rivers, wftTle they seem
to grow equally as well in the Indian
Territory and in the best watered parts
of Texas. Little Kock Democrat.
Fourteen Million Left to Charity.
An eminent drrtrymitn has prepared com-
parative tallies show in ihc amount of money
left for lenevo!ent purposes liy testators in
the United Stales during the past three years.
Me tlnds that the bequests for 1SH7 arc fl.im.-
in excess of those of iwm. In the former
year they were upward of tl3.nnn.imA. in IW
more than' l4.vi.ni): llenefleence has other
form than that of money. Ureal remedies are
nnionK the tnosl precious legacies. l"romincnt
tmonKthese is Hosteller's Stomach Hitlers, a
most effective remi-dy for and preventive of
miliaria. Equally efficacious is the Hitters in
ruse of dvspepsia. constipation, rheumatism
nervousness, nuiousness and loss of appentc
Itefore You Klde Yonr Wheel
He sure you shake into your shoes
Allen's Ft m it-Ease, a powder for the
leet. It keeps your feet eool and
coiiitortalile. prevents sweating feet.
ami makes your endurance ten fold
greater. Over l(Mi,MMj wheel people
are using Allen's Foot-Ease. They
all praise it. ' Indies, insist on having
it. It gives rest ami comfort and
prevents smarting, hot. swollen ach
ing feet. At all druggists ami shoe
stores. cents. Sample free by mail
Address. Allen S. Olmsted, LtKov,
A Word to I'hyoiriann.
Do Veil know that in.-inv !rn:nl
miiidt-ti physicians arc using Foley's
Honey and Tar Cough Syrup in their
practice? They have found no reme
dy that gave as satisfactory results
for all throat and lung complaints as
this great rough medicine, tor sale
bv I. It. Jhomas.
Lirenoed to Wed.
Andrew E. Khmr R,iek Island
Mis Mane T. Schiodler Kock Island
ti Alfred Wretman Moline
Miss charlotte llabrielion Moline
"Tisn't safe to lie a day without Ir.
Thomas" Eclectric Oil in the house.
Never can tell what moment an acci
dent is going to happen. For sale by
So-To-Bae for Fifty renta
Goarkaieed tobacco habit rare, make weak
men tttwg, bioou pure. tUc,H. AUOraciisi.
A DRESS REHEARSAL.
GOOD STORY OF A YOUNG MISS WHO
YEARNED FOR SOCIETY.
tier Premature Entrance Into tho Charm
ed Circle and Ita Semite As Amiable ',
Feminine Conain and a IVrfcctly Horri
A good story is told concerning one ,
cf last winter' debutantes, ami since
the heroine tells It on herself there Is
tio impropriety ill making it public.
The winter before lust Miss M. ws
still in the scltoolmoni, and thongh
she p'tssemed social aspiration they
were not Krntified by her mother. A
crrasiil from Philadelphia tunic to spend
the hionttt of January with the family,
and, bciutf an heiress Hud ttccnstOmed to
ftolng ahont a Izreut deal, hef wardrobe
Was A thin;; of Wonderful fascination
to little Miss M, Siiumlarly enough,
the figures of the two girls were of an
exact size, and the younger found con
stant delight in ftrrayiuR herself in the
frippery belonging to her good natnred
cousin. ' Many nn hour wus devoted to
flouncing nboitt the third storv with
long skirts and hair tncked tip under
the latest bonuet iniiKirtntitin, and there
Was much secret practice With lorgnette
Mr& M. and the rich cousin were
plunged to tho eyebrows in social gaye
ties, to tho envy of the young danvhter
of the lumse. One day Mrs. M. was
indisposetl, and tho rich cousin was con-
frouh-d with the necessity of attending
by herself a musieale, tbrte teas and
making tho cabinet calls. When she be
moaned the fart of going alone, her
youthful kinswoman was seized with an
inspiration. "Oh, well," said she,
"lend me some of yonr clothes and let
me go with yon. Mother will never
know anything about it. "
Being as nminblc as riclt, tho Visitor
consented, promising herself a treat in
beholding her young consin's entrance
into society. Only a short time w as nec
essary for the changes of costume, and
when tho heiress appeared at Sirs.
Hlank's mnsicalc every one turned to
look twice at the stnnniug little figure.
It was a vision of bright eyes lx hind a
tantalizing veil, reU llious yellow curls
carelessly knotted and feathers laces,
velvets and silks irresistibly Frem-hy.
If she was the sensation of tho musi
eale, she was the universal rajm at the
teas. Every oiv.t wanted to meet her.
Yonng men fell ovix themselves and
others to obtain for her an ico or a mar
rou. And all tho time tho little society
fledgling was quaking and fearing and
blushing mid suffering agonies behind
tin; veil. It was embarrassing to ac-
kuowlcdgn that .slu) was not going to
this and that social function, had not
seen tho latest theatrical success, did
not even know tho visiting nobleman
all the girls were riving over. Deeper
and deeper she ltecame involved, and
the number of fibs necessary to invent
paral.v-ed her conscience.
Aud tho little Mis . Itreathorl a
sigh of relief when, arrayed in her own
angle length gown, she was safely in
stalled in her own home. lresnmnbly
her trials were eiidetl. But not so ; there
wen; consequences to lie faced.
The next morning Mri M. appeared
at the breakfast table, and 111 tho bnnch
of mail there were 'several small envel
opes addressed to Miss M. Also there
were others with the inscription "Mr.
and Mrs. M. and Miss M. " Mrs. M.
passed these over with only an elevation
of the eyebrows, but her daughter
thought it wise to leave the room. Open
ing her private letters, Mrs. M. read a
note from a friend apologizing for a so
cial error and inviting Miss M. to assist
at her at home that afternoon. A second
note contained an ajMilogy for not hav
ing invited Miss M. to a debutante
luncheon on the previous day.
Mrs. M. was completely mystified.
but an early visitor soon opened her
eyes. This visit ir called hurriedly
to say how surprised slw was that Mrs.
M. was introducing a daughter, and
compliments were profuse ujkju the
beauty and success of that daughter.
"Sho was qnite the sweetest thing yes
terday at the mnsicale. Every one fell
in love with her. I want Imt to fill an
unexpected vacancy in my yonng peo
ple s tunner tonight.
Mrs. M. gasped out: "There must tie
some mistake. I have no daughter in
"Why, yonr niece introduced her to
me," interrupted the astonished visitor.
But by this time Mrs. M. was ring
ing tho bell furiously and both niece
and daughter were hurriedly summon
ed. Explanations followed, and nlti
luatoly forgiveness, but it was soma
time before Mrs. M. managed to con
vince society that she was not launching
a ts-antiful daughter that season.
Last winter, when this same charm
ing girl came out formally and correct
ly, and in her own instead of borrowed
finery, there must have be n several so
ciety men saying to themselves: "By
Jove, where have I seen somebody liko
Miss M.? Must have been some ono I
met last season." Washington Star.
The Latter Day Jernealem.
When I landed at Yafa, I first began
to oieu my eyes in regard to tho Holy
Land. This is a seaport town, and it is
dirty aud filthy und is overrun with
beggars who have their "mit" f mt on
every corner. In the middle of winter,
when a light snow was falling, the
Arabs, wearing cheap cotton clothing,
wcnld stand around and shiver. Every
body shivered for that matter, for I nev
er saw a stove or fireplace in the town.
Excuse me from going to Jerusalem
again for pleasure. I was disgusted
with the place on account of its filthy
streets and foul, nois ime odors. ' ' Story
of a Returned Traveler. "
Where the SnrprUe Cornea la.
A pretty good guess can be made M
to what a sensible man will do, but no
body ever knows what a fool will da
Atchison Globe. -
LIFE IN CANTON.
the People mad the Caatoea of
There are Euroneans at Canton, but
they live In a- settlement onteidc thn
native city. Their influence, like theif
place of atmde, is merely npon the out
ermost edge of the community. Our
ideals of civilization have not touched
the people. They are today as they
have been for centuries past. They
raer at onr institutions and consider
themselves in every way superior to the
White "barbarian." Casual visitor tn
the crowded city visit the various tsilnt
nt interest by means of sedan chairs.
They . are accompanied by a native
fraide. Who conscientiously goes through
it long catalogue- tf thing, wonderful
br horrible, in English, which is fluent
ly spoken but Imperfectly Underwood
by those to Whom it Is addressed. Tho
guide is very attentive to those in hi
Mire, very polite in his manners, and
often possessed of a fait amount of hu
hittf. The streets of the city arc of a hatb-ru
of immemorial antiquity. None is more
than ten feet Wide. The houses lean III
Ward from the base and almost im I
overhead, shutting out all but the nar
rowest strip of (lavlight. Hlgnbtnrtls
are hung perpendicularly outside evt'ty
house. They are elatxwately carved and
gayly decorated with abundance of gold
leaf and sturlet or black lacquer. Tb)
mystic looking symlsils inform the curi
ous that one particuhir simp is "Prompt r
ed by Heaven," n not her has "Never
Eliding (Jood Luck," vhile yet ni lot her
is "Tlie Market of ( foldeu Profits" the
said profits, lie it known, going into the
pocket of the dealer.
Aiming tho most interesting sights of
this niicbnugcnblo city are tho pawn
shops. They are often great, square,
solid granite strnctnres, which hmk
more like old border kwjis than tho
residences of accommodating "uncles,"
The iiuwnsliop fulfills a double pur-
pose. It atlvauoes miHiey at an interest
varying from 20 to Kit jut cent, and it
st n-s in safety within its massive wulls
those articles of finery and adornment
which are only required at siecial times
and seasons. On the tlat roofs of these
citadels are piles of stones mid jars of
vitrioL ready to rein-l any attack that
may l ni;ide by thieves, whose m tie ids
of pluutler are less rt lhutl than those of
the iwu brokers.
In the jatle stone market we meet
with the Chinese jKirallel to the western
di.mioinL The ls-st stones are very val
ur.blc ami are brought from Turkestan,
the only place in the world where mines
of this stone are worked. Every well ti
do Chinaman wears a ring, brooch or
br.ut let of jade, aud the imor, who art!
unable to purchase the reitl article, wear
ornaments of glass, which are colored
in imitation of tho lnoret xjiensive jade.
Shaggy dogs with coal black tongues nrr
disposed of in another market. Fried rat
and 1 Killed frog, not to mention fricas-
sc tl pnpiiy, tempt the hungry into the
m five restaurant. The local "medicim
man," adhering to the prescriptions
ni l ancestors, makes pills ami potions,
of which the chief ingredients are wax,
di ers' bonis petrified Immics, petrified
crabs, snakes, scales of tho armadillo,
ti.ccrs' Ikhics ami lime. hen the nnli-
ci les do not cure, they kill, and whether
the patient lives or dies he does si
kr.owing that at any rate no hated for
eigner has had anything to do with the
stivngth or quality of ids medical diet
rEuropcau Magazine, Loudon.
SHEATHING A SHIP.
Compoelthm Metal Now Largely I'ted.
Work yulrkly and Handaomely Done.
Yachts built of wood are sheathed
with copper, aud so are many tugUsits.
Merchant ships are sometimes sheathed
with copper, but nowadays tho material
most commonly used is a composition
metal which in apx-arance resembles
brass. It does not wear so long as cop
per, but it costs less. The comiiiN.it ion
metal comes in sheets aliout 8 fe-t by 1
foot 4 inches. Thev are fastened on tho
ship with nails of the same material.
Sometimes tho sheathing is nailed di
rectly tin to the hull of the ship. Homo-
ti-nes it is nailed over another sheathing
ot felt, which helps to preserve tile
c:. Iking in the scams.
tl.l 1 , , a a
vt neu ino snip nas Decn placed in a
drvdock or raised out of water on a
fl uting dock, tlie old metal is stripinl
ou, and 11 she is to have a felt shentb-
iiV tho bottom of tho ship is first .taint
ed with a ooat of pitch, and tho sheets
of felt are laid upon that, aud then tuo
sheets of metal are nailed on over them.
Tuo work is done very rapidly und at
the same time with great nicety. Evtry
nail head is sunk so that it is flush
with the plata If the band were pasx-d
over tho sheathing auywhere, it would
be found smooth. If the nail heads witu
jr rmittcd to project, they would f
course interfere with tho speed of tho
Jseventy-fivo men can sheathe an 1,600
ton ship in two days. The cost of
sheathing such a ship with coinjiositioii
metal over felt, including material.
dx-k charges, lalftr and everything,
would be about $1,000, or a little less.
and such a sheathiuK would last about
two long voyages. New York bun.
Her Faee on the Flatee.
A new industry, first put forward un
der the patronage of Mrs. John Jacob
A.stor, has blossomed forth. . This rich
young woman, one of the most promi
nent and beautiful ot New York's fash
ionable matrons, has had her own face
luintcd with most exquisite art on six
very choice Sevres plates that are only
used for her smallest and most select
Imicheon arties. The plates show Mrs.
Astor in evening dress, tailor dress, re
ception gown, skating furs, in a delicate
n miner muslin and in her bridal gown.
The table of measures says that three
barleycorns make one inch, and so they
da When the standards of measures
were first established, three barleycorns,
well dried, were taken and laid end to
end, three being understood to make an
Inch in length.
and when buying Liquors
for Family or Medicinal
purposes take no other
brand but - -"
KENTUCKY'S LEADING BRANDS
CUTION MT fhe ''rni"' Rereiiue Stamp om th Cork mnA rt-
, sure nt. uiukcu una 1
aC ta It $ a Government Guarantee that foes wit this bottllnf
K AT-1, IlEALKRa JSRLt, IT
Dolly Bros. .
Any Pair of Men's Colored Sum Ct 7
mcr Shoes in the store at . . 4JJJ
These shoes are made bv Stacy. Adams & .. John ton ft
Murphy, ami II. A- Sons. These are all f.V(Hl shoes, made for I Kile
A- Sous of Omaha, for the spring; ami Milliliter trade, but la-fore
the pNHls wen sh:pNtl from the factory they failed, and we
bought the pmU so as to sell I hem. a you we. for Ic-s thau
wholesale price. We luu-k rvcry pair juM the miiic as if toil
paid $.'1.00 - so you sitvc fl..rHl. All sizes ami widths, from to
, 11, A A to 11 in Stacy. Adams A to. ami II. A. Son. Broken
sizes ami widths in Johnson At Murphy.
DOLLY BROS. -
We close at 6.3n evcitt
The Elixir of
have You Got It?
If not. con-tilt
Medical 1 11st i
taveitMiil, 1. 1.
Who Has Cured
1 -ir);ituitrii of NTm
jl Km)- ori.
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases I'ronounccd Incur
able by Others
NKKVOl'S PKIULITV. Kxhaustivc I
:miiv. vvi ttic Memory, Mental iviit-lou-v
CATAKIIIl. Dysicpsia. Athm.i. Kheuiiiatisin. S-rofuIa. Syphilis. (ImnI,
tnnev. iver ni fKin inse .son can ne
svsicni of metlleliie.
VAKM'OCr.LK is the most tw-livc
nionilis ahh iitlters alien vim nutter ymi a t-rrmanctit cure la ncitu dy ttjt our paim
les ineibiMtK. Ilvtlroeelu rurtsl la three ly -o pio.
WOMKN suffering from dise.n-ii jM
r nave eitreti muiiv ease iriven up as n -
al ox-riillim prrfttrnied at nir home if dt
OI K t'KKMKXTIAI.S AMI TfTIMX!AI-S AKK THK HKST. Tha nam-
riMis akiHtwleflk'etiieiiiM we have reeelvetl fnmi the newtaftitpe1 formr rrmarkattle oureti
in iMttb nteriieul Mtitl uirt;leitl ovmh K -tn( eameliNve l hut imr advaiii.l nirllil cure
where nil othertt fail. Then-fore. rtt tert watr lime with ter Itul pi-ilt at ooee and
regain yotir .hi bt-allh There K a t aire to every 1,r that -an tm fured Hav
11 passed litat itaire If not ! tutt i-petiiiM-iit anv hmirer. l-ttt etwisult u at once. Iur
IhentHtre. we offer ! ut any Mte prmintr r eredenlials fitl We make ll an object
to invest lirate tnirs. Nfioih-rieeialisi tTorstuieh a fair prpoltim. ItNI.V 'l'liAMI.K
CASKS TAKKN. Ih-st of relerenee and rrrdt-nttals If vhi call. wrtl. tlua-
drt-tW cured hy mall. Hours It to H. 2 U . 7 U H. Sundays 1 1 M to I . l
OFFICE 121 WEST THIRD STREET, MTCtLOUCn BIUDIXG, DAVESPORT, IL
A tew notes regarding aprlng goods that caa be f uod bj look
ing at this ad. Here are some prioes we quo W: Sprlofsorel
ties In auits the prloes range from 18, 2', 22, tl aod ep.
Tbe prices in the spriog troosers range from 6, 9.J, 1 6,
t.60 and upward. Come in and tee our fine Hoe.
Gus. Englln, Uaniger, 1803 Second Jin
Foor Par Oeat Paid oa Dopnvlu.
LoaMd oa Paraoaal Collateral or Real taiat iWtinty
. V. Baford, lrrttliit,
John Cranb. Vk Pmldrot,
P. Wnaoawalt, TaaUar.
Beta borlsrai tat t. ItM, end erenpv the S.
K. comer aUlctleU Lad I uv bUd Bf.
imii 11 ornt 1 nc name w. m m.
507 TWENTIETH STREET,
Wcdncstlav ami Saturday.
Life is Health
lR J K WALSH.
I.tite of "blear". f
Iv Stir.--ttt-lii ttlet of bk
trains Slplessne. llinatened In-
ir any oilM-r eotniiuto au Kt nervtHittriDaawaa.
qiucHiy ana pcnaiiir.il f cuicu ejr our muwcxm
raue of Nervons Oebility. Why treat
- culiar ti her c. should roiiMtilt as.
ielew. arm ittv w attie in rutr you. wrar
- xlret. Ahnomltial at Ml la-alii mrvery a tqtcclalir.
Of oar saw atock ot Wall Paper
doean't alone lie la tbelr art! ilia
coloriog end dljftn, bat Is
tbelr remarkau'eebnapnete. Wall
Taperi 20 p-r cent nbcaper thai
ever Itefore. 8e our jrreet re
el action la priceg ud JOB will
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO-
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