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.11-E AKGUS, TUESDAY, JTJLT 20, 1898.
TANTD-A COOK AT NO. 21 SEVEJt-
TAXTKO-A crOK AT ONCE AT TIIE
' Ltlmonluo re-tuuraal.
WAMTED-A PINING ROOM KlfJT., AT
:"4 Twentieth street.
ANTED GIRL FOR HOCSEWORK AT
ir'l T went y-dr street.
W ANTED filKL KOR HOrSEWOKK.
1I& Seventeenth n reck.
ATEl A. JOB PRINTER AT T. II.
I I U.V. Mil' beooud avenue.
W'AXTKD-A IIRICIIT. TTXI. KDtJ
? ra'ed hoy to learn the dmir business.
Address I'. (. Ixijt tw. hock Island.
"I t'AXTKD-SMA f.r. GIRL TO rtFXP VO
T (funeral botisework la small fatally. Ad
dress I, it Fourth avenue, Uoline. lil. Call
from a. m. to p. ra. .
I'aVrErBOAKD AND ROOM WITH
private family bv younic lady: refer
ence. Ivmnllni? nouaco Deed Dot answer.
Address M. Tin Amin,
T A NTEDTOTR A DK-W II AT H A VE YOU
tu oiTer for uw tock of Rood In
.tintrv a-ore Ikjlny irood business: proprie
tor Mirk and muni Hell or trade. Cordon &
l'ANTKD-TO 11 AN MONEY ON DIA
v mond. walvbe. jewelry, hardware,
tiiu-ieal instruments, hlcyelcs. clot'iing, dry
iyhkIs. furniture, etc. UiKbest rash prices
t'.iiil for secoritl hand ipikmIs of all kinds nlo.
Tie above yinHls for mile at half the unl
more prices. All business transaction strictly
rortlricnilal. His new Dumber and location.
I;.'J Second avenue. Im I for'et it. J. W.
Jones. Two rtnirsoa WW.
L'l'R RENT OFFICE ROOM OVF.R DAVID
L. I in store.
IViR RENT-THKF.K OFFICE ROOMS
r over 1?'0 Third avonue.
troll KENT THE STnKK RmM AT lttlO
m. IUUU Itf CU11IT. k'V'iJ -'WUWVtt
TOR REST-DESK ROOM IN KEIIiY
-T hros . onice. Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde
,lt KK.NT-ROOMS WITH BOARD IN
very central loeutlon. at moderate rates.
Inquire at This A net; olilce.
Volt RBNT-NI'"FJ.Y rTsNIBHKD FRONT
A rooui.s. iroou lame ootini, piia. iiu. uu
HHslein conveniences. 7.W Mcvcutcntii
"fGR RENT F.MillT-ROOM HOIJPK, FUR
Jj niicr bent, moileni iuiDrovenieuts, toll
1 went !elh street. Kent, tJS. Atlily to liayea
li 1l.ivi.'I:ui(1, llrnirstoo block.
IVOR Rf NT K.IUHT ROOM HOUSE,
1 TMuernlli street and Seoui.u aver.ue.
Hint Apply to K. H. SUrtoid at Jackson
& lluri a oB.ee.
I 'oil RFNT-RKSIKKNTK OF II ROOMS.
I corner of Nineteenth street aid Seventh
avenue. I'h all modern linproveiiicnls. Ap
ply li. lily ISros.
I,VR IC:NT MY NICE x-RorM KESI
I ence. e Twnnty-Hceond sitcet v.lih a
larie barn, fruit unci shade tree: nlso my new
house. Twenty eighth street unci Sixth ave
nue funnier and cb-ctrieli 'tit. and all tonten
letices: lire for ricnr from A tin. I. Ii'-nire ill
rr-.iiloi.ii-e or of C Hann. Roek Island
l.iiti.hrr eotnpatiy s ret:ill otriee.
bM)R SAI.K- Sol'ARK FI A NO. Al-
L i.rcss Tl" care of AkcCh.
l.uii s.i.F-Twtiihp itvii.niNti una.
I suxi.vi feet, near U.. It I i. 1. depot, a
li'ttll BALE A NEW I'fUHKR TIRED
X' tr ip in brst class coiiilitlon. A hnrirain if
tuUen at once. Address "li. SI,' Tun Al.i.Lx
AOH SALE rilEAl'. KHI'R HIVES ITAI.
X iati bees, liivi-s and honey boxes eotn'
plrtr. Inipiire for luabnutih at .1110 Fifth
lOU SAI.K NINE-ACRE FKIMT FARM
J- All kinds of fruit: pood buildiuKs: near
town. A ti.irirniu for some one II taken soon.
(.onion A How man.
IVOR SAI.F- IIE.r: ITOo CASH AND
I small Incumbrance taUes a rery neat cot
taue on the blufts. Who wants it i'il o k al that
pr.ee? uuraoo X lion man.
"LiRSAI.F.-A .IsS-AfKE FARM IN KOK
I Island eounty: pood com and pasture
land: w ill take pri trade. W. ( hiu.v-u, i'rutit
anil Kipley street. lavet:iort, Iowa.
"lOn 8ALR-C0AL IN ANY QUANTITY
-I- ot W bosheisor ovr at UNI p:r loo. de
livered C. O. D. to any pan of the eity. Leave
pranra at i:nrorrereiai D.iune DarDCr tno?, KOCI
Miaco, or r-not jsoies, uuan.
IjlOl! SAI.E-rilEtr LOTS IN M MAS
I ter s addition, old hasehnllirruund. These
lots will be aold from l upward: smail
ammini down, balance on lonif tim3 at ner
cent Ketdy linns, room . V.itchcil 4 Lynde
4ORAI.K- I WII.I.SELL MY STUCK iF
ioimis. consisitnu or irrocertes. dry Roods.
notions, snoes ami nouseiurnisnini.' itoihis at i
barirnln er will take in a partner in the busi
licss. as 1 llnd It Is too much bard work tcirmc
and mv health is not the best. T. Heeeber.
XX) H 8 ALE-A NEAT OFFICE CAniNFT
-1 with about 0 diHaient tildes, suitable for
tiling lenal blanks or any description of paoers
In flat form to be knpt In shape for writing.
A ooroprehenslve trdex conneeted. Just the
thiof for any office with contracts, ete , to
P Address H. .ws V.. care of Tns Akofs.
A HLACK S ATIN HI LT liETWEEN
Finder return to
thi-. o't1!-- aiul leeeue re'
I OST A I.AIdES HAND SATI IIFI
Ji ruiituii'itwtisiim of tii.nu-v and a par o
I'.'lu ritnm .1 spectaclev Hialer tet jrn to ttn
o'Mcc aril be rcaarcl. d.
WRITE TO FULTON A YRAISLEY
' Ifnton. Tev.. ir you hae aooouuw.
rote or jiitii niei.:s r. leias parties that JOU
ucir seiiicu or coniprxibro.
1 c-T A tiKELN I'l KBS i cNTAISINc
14 some nio ev. ph-io and eh4rn. bciwee
Srvciitrcnili and i ara.icth s: coison Four!
avenue I'le.ise revitr . ptir-e and ehnrm to J
! Hrovtn. ;iTTwel!th street. Rcn'k Island. nd
riv ct si lk-u u I'l'i: en r - no
Commission. First class salesmen
ard i.enis for our new patented 10-eent con
s'imeps' article Sells at suht in all stores.
wholesale one d-ven. cents: one ifrivss
t .csv to sell retail in every bot!e A lu-cent
ar iel, useful for ladies aud iintlemcn every
iix. For terms and our sampi doen scud Vi
eenis in stamr: lor ne norrn I: i;iorin
S.'ie agents wanted everywhere itottscbai
Member, mannfarturcraoi novelties. tH
lioston block. Minnearpollf. IMiun.
arc the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remedy
ai money refunded. Con
tains remedies" recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
PHc .inc. s J
THE HCEIENXS OF SYRUP OF RSS
s due not only to the originality and
limplicity of the comliication. but alM
to the care and bkill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to Uie California Tio Svkup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the imnortance of Bureiuu.ir.cr
true and oriifinal remedy. As the
genuine Myrop or igs is autnufactnred
by the California Fig Syrup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding; the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The hlrjh standing; of the Cali
fornia Fio Syrup Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which tha penuine Syrup of Figs has
riven to millions of familii B hiiVm
the name of the Company a guaranty
oi me excellence ot iU remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts oa the kidiiey, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not pripe nor
nauseate. In order to fct its bencGeml
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
LorwviLi.E. Ky. .nlw Toitir. nr. y.
A Social Enter
or anv niiil-suninirr nirlit so-
ci:tl fttnetinn should include
KRELL & MATH'S
Ice Cretin, Fruit Ices, Nes
selrode Puddings, Fancy Ice
Creams, Tulti Frutti, and a
selection of our tine
Fancy Assorted Cakes, M;ie
caroons or any of the choice
IUkery (iood.s for wliicli we
are famous and which we
will deliver to you so that
you can serve iu the swcllest
manner if desired.
KRELL & MATH
don't want you to forget
their Perfect Home Made
Uread. Ask your grocer
rbone I15C 1718-1718 Second Avenue.
the opportunity is wisp. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon of war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream all the
more Itecanse it leaves a t ool
impression after it. mid does
not. like some drinks, lower
the temperature a littie only
to raise it much more after
ward. Young men who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
" vof Sweets.
J. c -vs "'.'
Mrs. F. II. Pluiumer is visiting rel
atives in Chicago.
The Mi?es Fannie and Emira Davis
have returned from a several weeks
visit in Chicago.
Mrs. Arthur S. Agnew, of Chicago.
formerly Miss Mamie Gray, is visiting
with Mrs. J. B. Brown.
Albert Hartung and Miss Louise
Hewer, of Davenport, were married
yesterday by Justice O. E. Cramer.
Will Haire and Bert Anderson, the
latter of Peoria, leave tomorrow for
a 6-weeks' sojourn at the northern re
Mrs. J. H. Slaughter has returned
from attending the meeting of the
grand lodge of the Tabernacle at"
Whiting Allen, the versatile advance
representative for Buffalo Bill's '-Wild
West" show, was a Koek Island visitor
Mrs. II. D. Mack and daughter,
Miss Daisv. and Misses Ella and Jen
nie Tavlor have gone to Omaha to see
Mrs. J. M. Walker was removed
to her home at Kevnolds fnmi .St.
Luke's hospital. Davenport, this
morning. Her condition is not im
proved. Prof, and Mrs. L. C. Dau-Miertv
and daughter. Miss Ethel, arrived
borne from u asliinston. D. ('., ves
terdav. Iiavinr attended the National
Educational association meeting.
J. Cm. Johnson, general attornev of
the Modern Woodmen of America, ac
companied by his family, arrived at
the Harper tins morning from Pea-
bodv. has. Mr. Johnson's family
will remain lliroiiira the summer in
ThMllrTrj. k Uarr.
A large number of horses entered
for the different taces at the Daven
port Mile Track this week have ar
rived, and a score or more of t hum
are expected. There will be more
fast horses narticinate in the races
than at anv time since the Mile Track
was established. And one of the
most pleasing things about the whole
matter is that more noted siwedcrs
will lie there than have ever lieen seen
before at a race nieetinir in Daven
port. Some of the crack" livers that
are entered for the stake races to he
held at Dul uijiie later on are already
in the stables, and will lie amon-r the
attractions of the track during the
contests. One thing of much en
couragement to the horsemen 'of this
community is the fact that many of
the noted turf men of Chicago ami the
other speed centers of the country
will he iu attendance. I he managers
of the Mile Track association arc feel
ing confident that they will have this
week the greatest race meeting this
vicinil v has known.
Soldiers slug ";.kI Sv tlio Jueen."
InTumrm. F!a , the other rtiy American
ioldiers did a tliitiK that would have raised a
protest a year :iro. They joined in sinclng
"f tod Save the Queen." in honor of Victoria's
Mrthdny. It is really avtouWiioir how ser.ll
meut ha? changed ince 1 jiland has openly
sympathised with the Unite! Stites la our
war w ith Spaia. Kudicul ch.i:nres In the re
lations of nations are no mote wonderful,
however. 'than the marked chances in the in
dividuals whoiire restored to health hy that
great medicin. Hostctter's Stomich Bitters.
It is no unusual thins for peopl-j who are thin,
w eakly and run down, to nb w a marked Im
provement in a few weeks after takiOK this
medicine, which oveicomcs nearly every
known disease arising from a disordered
Covenant l'oltrv Holders.
Policv holders in the Covenant
Mutual Life of (ialcsbtirg or North
western Masonic Aid associa
tion will hear something to their ad
vantage by writing to Harry (i. Parr,
Harper house. Bock Island.
Many l'eople Cannot Drink
Coffee at night. It soils their sleep.
lull can iiiinK iiratn-U when vou
please and sleep like a ton. For
Grain-0 does not stimulate; it nour
ishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the liest coffee. For
nervous persons, voting people and
children. Grain-O is the perfect drink.
Made from pure grains. Get a pack
age from voiir grocer todav. Trv it
in place of coffee. 15 anil 'Jo cunts.
There In no ouotton Abont It.
No onestioti, indeed, with those
who have used it. bat that Folev
Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for
all kidncv and bladder diseases. For
sale by T. II. Thomas.
To Core Constipation Forerer.
Take Cascareu Candv Cathartic 10c or 25c.
nutiiU tan to cure, druggists reluud mouey.
M 4V A
Jo o ? 9
'9 0 9
PA RID ON 6c
i i ;i i
Paper Hangers, Calsomincrs,
Shoes given away by Dolly Bros'.
Tan and brown shoes at the S. B. &
The big saengerfest at Davenport
Hear Ed Seaman's fine tenor solos
aiM Palmer Walker's rich soprano
solos at the Tower tonight. FraDia
volo." Charles A. Lithgow, of Los Angeles,
Cal., succeeds T. A. Bryant as man
ager of the Postal Telegraph com
pany's Davenport office.
The ladies of Trinity mission are to
give a lawn sociable on the chapel
grounds Eighth street and Fourth
avenue Wednesday night.
Do not miss seeing our $5 and ffi
ladies' shoes that go at this grand
sale for 3 and $3.o0 per pair. S. B.
& S. Shoe Co., Davenport.
Yardmaster Hardy Hetter, of the
Burlington, is suffering from a severe
gah in his left hand, received while
making a coupling Sunday.
All the tinners are not gone to the
arsenal. IL T. Siemon has a kliop
full of them, and is prepared to do
all kinds of tin, cornice and furnace
work on short notice. 1316 Third
The Marie Bell Opera company gave
another excellent performance of -Fra
Diavolo" at the Watch Tower theatre
last evening before an appreciative au
dience. This pretty and popular
opera will lie repeated tonight, aud to
morrow evening "Olivette'1 will lie
liock Island and Davenport chapters.
Order of Eastern Star, will give their
annual moonlight excursion Tuesday
evening, Aug. 2. A limited number
of tickets will lie sold by members at
25 cents each, and are sold on rccom
lucndatiou only, which will assure all
their friends a pleasaut evening.
Good music. Dancing on the barge
and refreshments served on board.
Bobbie Connell the 14-vear-old
lad injured in the arsenal shops the
other day, is now at Mercy hospital.
mvenport, where he will receive the
constant attention of the best medical
skill. His injury is a serieus one and
vcrv painful, and is likely to result in
i permanent injurv unless great care
Get up a box partv for the opera at
the Tower. Boxes hold six people.
Box seats 50 cents each or book cpn-
pons good for box seat. Books on
bale at Iwx office during engagement.
Six seats in each book at f -.50. Oli
vette" Thursday, Fridav and Sat
urday. Matinees Friday and Sunday.
Boxes can be reserved.
Theanmnl picnic of the United
Presbyterian church Sunday school
will le held Thursday of this week at
Manhattan beach. The- lioat will
leave Seventeenth street at 10 o'clock.
An invitation is extended to friends
as well as members of the church to
join in the ciiling. Tickets may be
obtained at t he Itoat at 'lb cents for
adults, and 15 cents for children not
members of the school.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 1). Blakcmore'sj
little daughter Hiuh got hold of a
bottle of cough medicine containing
morphine yesterday, and took so
much of it that it made her
ill. Drs. Bradford and Chase
were called to , minister to the
child, but they found that herctndi
lion at no time had been "really dan
gerous, the dose that she took only be
ing strong enough to produce drowsi
ness, which naturally greatly alarmed
Fifty years ago today Capt. D. P.
McKowu landed in Davenport with a
boat load of pine lumber from Cin
cinnati. He spent his first night
sleeping in a 9-story building, which
was in process of erection for milling
purposes, and standing where is now
located George White's buggy works
on First avenue near Twentieth street.
He settled in Davenport, and has
lived there the entire time with the
exception of the 12 years spent in
Roek Island, when he served as as
Hacklen'K Arnlra Halve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all pkin erup
tions, aim positively cures piles e-r no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
ale bv Hartz & Ullemever.
are expressions frequently heard about
r nicy's Kidney Cure. Do not fail to
try this great remedy for all kidney
trouble. For sale bv T. H. Thomas.
"Thinking is but an
Idle Yaste of Time"
Unless it is practically applied.
If you are in need of Wall Taper
now is the time to buy at the
Adams Wall Pit per Co. Great re
ductions in all lines for the spring
clearing sale. See the beautiful
papers at the lowf prices at the
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
310, 812, 514 TWENTIETH 8T.
SUDDEN CHANCE OF WIND.
Capt. Boland Tell of the Arrldent to the
It was a sudden ihange of wind
that drove Ui up against the North
western bridge," said Capt. James
Boland. telling of the siuking of the
Dubuque at Winona. - One of my
pilots was in charge of the boat when
she struck, and I considered it no fault
of his that we met with the mishap,
as it was beyond the power of auy
man to save tne boat at that timeJ
The accident occurred at 11 o'clock at
night, just as the Dubuque was pass
iug through the draw on her war
down the river. The wind caught her
at the entrance of the draw ami drove
her upon the sharp breakwater. When
Capt. Boland recognized the danger
lus liout was in he lmmediaUly ordered
the pilot to run agrouud on'thc sand
bar opposite the eity.
VELL FED, WELL BRED.
r roper Food .Maken Itrainy Men and Beau
To know just what to eat is a nrol-
1m for many people who lind their
strength and health not keeping up to
a proper stage. From food we must
expet our bodily nourishment and not
from drugs. True, a physician's care
is required at times, but the true phy
siciau will always seek to put his pa
tient on proiHilv selected food and
A food expert has discovered Grax
Nuts by experimenting on the treat
ment of grains to artificially pre-digest
the starches (the principal part).
Grape-Nuts as now made by the Pos.
turn ( trcal Co.. Lim.. of Battle Creek.
Mich., and sold by grocers generally,
is a delicious dainty, suitable particu
larly for the brain worker, as it quick
ly supplies the parts of food the Iwidy
needs tosupply the daily loss produced
by brain work. Unless the right food
lie furnished and properly digested,
the individual discovers a gradual
failing and some form of disease sets
I sers of Grao-Nuts discover that
lliey assist in the digestion of cream
ami other food, and that a "well fed
feeling" follows their use.
Handling tirrat (luno.
One of the most spirited military
features with Buffalo Bill's Wild Wes't
is introduced by a compauv of fur
lotighed men from the 5th LT. S. ar
tillery, who e-ive a practical idea of
action in the field with cannon. The
guns are drawn by 12 horses,
so admirably drilled and driven
that at full speed I Ley are en
abled to pass through a double row of
stakes with but two inches of margin
between the wheels ami the stakes.
One of the cannon was captuivd at
Gettysburg, and the other also has a
civil war record, having lieeu pur
chased from the government bv Nate
Salsburv. The public is not familiar
with the maneuvering of these arbi
ters of the fate of nations, as it is
confined to army posts or occasional
encampments, hence its iiin.-l ration
with Buffalo Bill's Wild West show at
Davenport Monday, Aug. 15, will lie
a novel attraction.
The (irMtfut Discovery 1 eU
W. M. Repine, editor Tiskilwa, III.,
Chief." says: "We won't keep
house without Dr. King9 New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds. Experimented with many
ot uers. nut never got tne true rem
edy until we used Dr. King's New
Discovery. No other remedy can
take its place in our home, as in it we
have a certain and sure, cure for
coughs, colds, whooping cough, etc."
It is idle to experiment with other
remedies, even if they are urged on
vou as just as goim as Ir. Kings
New Discovert". They are not as
good, because this remedy has a rec
ord of cures and besides is guaran
teed. It never fails to sati.-.fv. Trial
bottles free at Hart's & Ullemevcr's
Shake Into Vonr Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It eures painful swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet and instantly takes
the sting out of corns and bnnious.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
l lie age. Allen s I-oot-hase makes
ugni or new snoes leel easy. II is a
certain cure for sweating, callous and
hot. tired, aching feet. Try it todav.
Sold by ail druggists and slioe RtnreV
Bv mail for 2.i cents in stamps. Trial
package free. Address Aflt n S. Olm
sted, Le Kov, N. Y.
Quirk Belief for Anthma.
Foley s Honev and Tar is truaran-
teed to give prompt relief in all eases
ot asthma. Do not class this with
other medicines that have failed to
give relief. -Give it a trial. For pale
by T. II. Thomas.
Don't Tubacro Spit aad Sciok Toar l ife Away.
To euit tobaeoJ easily and forever, be ma?
nttic. full of life nerve and vitor, talre No To
Bac. the wonder-worker, that raid's weak men
strong. All amgir.sts, socorll. Cureiruaraa-
m-u. uuiun ana sample tree. Address
awning wemeaj ca, Chicago or JTew York
Win your battles ngainst disease by
acting promptly. One Minute CoiK'h
Cure produces immediate n-solts.
When taken early it prevents con
sumption. .And" in later stages it
furnishes prompt relief. T. H.
Jhomus. A. J. Kiess and M. F. Bahn-
a waeeiman s iooi nag isn t com
plete without a bottle of Dr. Thomas'
Eclcctric Oil. Heals cuts, bruises,
stings, sprains. Monarch over pain.
For sale bv Marshall & Fisher.
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head
aches; 10. 25 and 50 cents. Reisi'
aes caj rs cs "j! rf ii set
; -t . n w cr.i fc
exact reproductions cf the $io,ooo originals by Muville, . hich will be Cireo
you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below.
These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of
advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No
manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to it
customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in
the manner specified. The subjects arc:
American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant,
English Quail, English Snipe.
The birds are handsomely embossed and stand est natural as life. Each
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for 25 years.
packages or this brand were told
last year. That's how good it is.
ASK YOUR DEALER
to show you the plaques and tell
you about Elastic Starcb. Accept
The Elixir of
Wave Yoa Cot If?
If rot, consult
Mho Has Cured
If. "I a
Our Hoetrie Maelnne ter
f-etrcatim-nt nl riu4!H
I li-il ... KiiOULUjll-.IU 3lU
X Us wont.
1 - a
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others.
KEK VOL'S DHitiLITY. Exhaustive Draius. Sleeplessness. Thre.iteiie.l In-(-aniir.
V nU Mcicury, KcLlsI IX-Iu-loos, or an; other coudilon due u nenroos eihauktlso,
CATAKKH, lvrpcpsia. Asthma, Rheumatim, Serofula. Svphilis. Blood.
Kidnt-y. l iver' nnit SUin DUcsrs ciu be qul'iklj anil fermsocDtlr cured bf our tdraorted
system ol medicine.
V.KI('H:KI.K is'tho most a-tivc c.tne of Xerrons Debilitr. "hy treat
nimh with oihen l:ti - ctanintecp rou s permanent cure In seveo dsrsby ur psln-
lcij mc'.hud't. Hiroci: cjrc-U la ibrre days -to pia.
WOMIiN sutfi-rin'; from dicass eeuli:ir to her e. should ron stilt M.
We Iiiive cir.il uiatv omi ;;'vcq up as liclt;s, mnd r may l alle to saw. jou. Surfl
eiil riK-r:m..ii M-rtiuj-n at your home Ifilcxlrrd. Atidonilnsl and brain sorcsry a upsclalty.
Ol'U fUKDEXTlALS AM) TliiTIMOXIAI-S AUK THE 1JKST. Th num-
roii-s acifowlcdi.'fment.i tre hnri" rceelvij frewn tb"? nparspiipfrs forniir renisrksrils cures
in h'tb mtiiriii Mild Ku:vifiu m. i irfKr couclusive that ur advncrd n-i hocrt. curs
lu-ru al! ii1).t t-ei. 1bf nl.rc. J. 51! a a c time with oilirrn. but o.ivill us at ouce sad
r.'i.'itiii your l ln ulu 'I'ht-rv is sIuks In etr fliaMt that can lie eurd. Hate
y..i ui.1 that Mute TT noid nol Hi.mcnt anv Innuer. but ecinirilt us at ic. "nr
thenmr. "n r l.w ti nc prrlr? our crcdemiaU fale We make it an object
to Invesii-.-a'c ours. No otlier vpceiist . vffons urb a lair proposi' Ion. ;fy 'l HAIll.K
t'ASKS Tt'ILN. ttesi ot refvrcni e n1 credentials If vii cannot call, write. Uuu
f.rrds cun-d ty uiaM. Ujur- to li, i to J, 7 la 8. Sundays, II to l:3u. .
OFFICE 524 WTniRD STREET, M'CClUiUGH DAVENPORT, li
Qenneifs . . .
A tew noto rcpjtrdipj spring goodi tfiat can b fined by look
ing at this a1. Mors r acme prlcei we quote: Spring aural
ties In suit the prlcaa rana Jrcm 1. 20. 22. f 22 and ap.
Tbfl prims in thi rpri&g trontert rang from ,$5, i.bO, 5,
$5.60 r.nd upward. Come in and tea onr Una line.
Gus. Englln, . Uaflipr, 1803 Ssccnd In
C HiHIIIIII 0
inr lt loping nt f or. au
DR. MO XT
For tale by U. F. BahAMS, dxaggUt, cor. Fourth At. and Twentieth St
FREE for a few months to all ntcra of the
celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iroa
Brand). To induct yon to try this brand of
starch, so that yoa may find out for yourself
that all claims for its superiority and econ
omy are true, the makers hare bad prepared,
at great expense, a series of
Iloiv To Get Then:
AH jmrchsTT"! of lhrr If) cwit or
slxScrntrwkwcof l.i1ir Stsn-h
Flat lnm Brand , arernliUrd to ra
cmvefmtn their ichtit tu of llinm
honntffnl Oatne llaiumi from. Tha
rlxqam will ih4 bo t-etil h? nail.
Thru run be obtained ouljr from fuur
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Star Ji.
IV not di-Iay. Tliin nffr
is for a short time oolr.
Life is Health
PR. J. K WALSH.
T.sof Oiirsir. fomir
It Siirrwm-tnlilrl ol St.
Antbonr s H"-pHaL
FOR ATHLETIC GOODS.
" Goods Made to Order.
ThT csn uise Tearses
Irravulaiity and otn.asltta,
larrease t yr and banlnb
pslas A efisu-uUun.M
ILty ar MLlf Satan
nil i v
snd body. I.'o teso-a-a r-me-iT for imen nnsts
8 CHEMICAI. CO., CUriUs4, Okto.