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OPENING OF THE SCHOOLS. DESIRABLE IMPROVEMENT.
THE ABGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 189S.
TT7 ANTED TO RKNT. A FIVE OR SIX
" room hocse ahmit i be Kt of September.
Address -u. B. T.-. ' arocs omee-
TITANTED YOL'NC! GIRL WANTS A
V V situation either in a small family or as
second girl, inquire isio secona ureu
WANTED TWO GOOD HCSTLERS TO
sell installment ' pecialtiea. Apply to
JC W. Overmire, MI3 second avenue. kock
KD PA KKR HANGING TO DO
I r by c mient man: can furnish trod
reference and sruarsn ecu best word cheap.
Address . care 01 AlUil'H.
TXT A NTK1 - KXPKRIKNCKI) SALK3M N
f r f r lubrieatioir axel jrreases and spe
cialties; slrv or eoninision. RoxlTABI.e
Uciim.v, i i-xii'xst, Mercian a, tinio.
"I V-ANTKDTOTTJADB WHAT HAVE YOU
? v to oiTcr for .') stock of goods In
eountrv s ore? 1 lolni; good business: proprie
tor nick and must sell or trade. Gordon A
X17ANTKII-OSK OK TWO LOOMS FOR
If lijrht how-ekeepinj? with a private fam
ily, located between Twelfth and Twemr-
itb street-. AdHrcss I ni mediately to - J. 14 ,
mre Allen Hcm A Co.
"IITANTO-TJ LOAN MONEY ON DIA
VV Dxniitii. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical lumnimrnu. bicvelcs. clotbimr. drv
poods, furniture, etc. Highest cash price
pw tor srcont nanu gomn of ull kinds also.
The above (,'oods for aule at half the usual
tore prices. A 11 business transactions strictly
confidential. His new nufiiler and location.
1a ecnd avenue. Itnn t forget It. . W
Jones. Two rintc on 1347.
T7X)R RENT-OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
1MB a wore.
UTCI IIW A 14 II U BICUUU.
IR RKNT DF.SirtAHLK HOCSK LARUE
j aiu Ti'ii oixiu au.
XjX)R RENT DESK" ROOM IN REIDY
A- Itros'. ollloc, Kiium 4. Mitchell St Lynde
"TTK H RKNT NICE FLAT. CKNTK.M.LY
Jj located. Apply to Juno T. sitadord.
room z. mi lord block.
R PI-NT -RESIDENCE OF 14 ROOMS.
corner of Nineteenth street and Seventh
venae, with nil modern Improvements. Ap
ply rteiay Bros.
fiOU RkMT A NICELY FURNISHED
J fnmi room with bath and ira: suitable
for man ami wife or two gentlemen, at 1136
TiXR KKNT-SKIT. I, TWO STEAM
-ft heated room in Hurst block: suitable for
office orprivate apartments. Apply at Jauk
on A Hurst's office.
I TOR BALK-TWO GOOD BCILniNO LOTS
WUIRo feet, near C. 11 1 At f. depot, a
T7 'R SAT.K -CIIKAI'. MAN1I.K AND
A? prate. (Irate has not been bred but a law
times. Kjijuire at Simon A Moscufcider's.
WOR SAI.K NINK-ACRE FRUIT FARM
A? All kinds of fruit: rood buiidinKs: near
town. A barraln for some one II taken soon
Gordon A bowman.
I.'OK SALK TWO HALF Af'HK I-OTS IN
J Webb s sub-division. Soub Hock island.
A bargain If taken at once. Apply to George
V. Hoib, Masonic Temple.
IfOR SAI.K-AT A SACRIFICE 10-ACRE
farm near town, lots of fruit. To be
sold cheap to settle an estate. Here is a bar-
fain encup for cash. No Ir.itle. Gordon A
TTHJB 8 A LB OO A L IN ANY QUANTITY
J? of to oasheis or over si K M per ton, de
livered C. O. u. to any part of the elty. Leave
orders at C.tntnmli bouse barbershop, Rook
111 and, or Enos James, Milan.
HALK CHE A I LOTS IN M MAS-
ter addition. old baseball prounds. These
Iota will be aolil from o upward: small
amoant down, balance on long time at 6 per
cent. KeUly Uroa., room 4. Mitchell S Lynde
TjXIR BALK A NEAT OFFICE CAHTNET
-ft? with artout no different slides, suitable for
filing legal blanks or any description of papers
In Hat form to be kept In shape for wr'tlng.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just the
thine for any office wiin contracts, etc., to
Ale. Address H. E. C. care of Tm Antra.
1.-HJR LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS
or for sale on easy terms the store. No.
tlf Eighteenth street, now occupied by Me.
Nevm 1 1 arise ru A. Iienetilct. llaricr house.
"f ADIKS- TAHjiiKIN'G AND PUKSSfl'T-
J J Han School 1 ircssinakmir maie e.-.y
Lverv I.mIv can 1m? her w m dressntakcr by
leariilnt. Fauioiis Tailor System n s only
three measures and any lady or child can lc a
I'-rfect cutler after t.ikin three ls,,ns of
Famous Indies Tailor ssysteni. lupUs receive
personal insiruction In all branchi-s of ladies
txllorlnt:. fall at Famous Tailoring Schisil.
It' J I Thud avenue.
UOI.K i niKS W ANTF.fi-L.MHKS tli: GKN
t tleni'n for our i'iitTiplete s-ts f Juvenile
Hooks lor the boinlavs Caen set n.is lour
ooks prided for lit i If oni s to .'run n-up folks.
K"h rsMtk chsrmuii.'. ticii'hi fid. captivutmi.'.
Irlces riinirc Irom .Vie.lot'&o. Ijir.s? iMNiks
overflowing with b:ipiv illustrations. Tre
mendous sellers. Nolhuof like tlirm. Four
months golden harvest lor encrirclic aork-
ers. Crcoit iriven Freight paid. lilui.t com
missions, tmttlt with samisesof all lour tsntks
free. seml twelve 2-ccnt stanis tiir paving
part only of the postage alouc. IH-op all trash
and clear 4.kai a montli aithour exclusive Ju
vrniles. The National lkok t'oncirti. juve
nils department. .T.!eai.-o
T B BBIOT.
test- -f-H -ir
Om rr &mn and Uv it iumnd.
Insurance and Loans, 1
Room 4. Mitchell & I .y rule BuIMiu
DR. FELIX LE BRUM'S
Sttd Pcsryroyal Trtitneiit
H the original and only FRENCH,
asie and aiabie ear oa tbe saarw
-kec Friea, (IaO: aeot by
I (renoine. void only bit
THE EXCULENCE OF SYRUP CF 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 scientific processes
known to the California Fio Svrup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
tru and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the Califokxia Fio Hyrvp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the CALI
FORNIA Fio Hxhvp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions 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 acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritatiDg or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN rRAXtlsCO. C'aL
LorlSVILI.E. Ky. NEW TO It It'. N. T.
is the old story, '-and he did
drink." Well, we've seen
him at our SODA FOUN
TAIN at least three times a
tlay since. Have you tested
KKELL & MATH'S
DELICIOUS SODA WATER,
with pure Fruit Juices as
flavoring? Or an ICE
CREAM SOIA on a hot
day? Of course you have
There is no one in Kock Isl
and who doesn't et re
freshed at our fountain
every day in the week. lut
have another" any time
you are passing. It will
pivo you new life. '
Puooe 115. 1710-1718 Second Avenue.
the opportunity is wise. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon of war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream all the
in ore because it leaves a cool
impression after it, and does
not, like so(ine drinks, lower
the temperature a little only
to raise it much more after
ward. Younj men who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
ih (Td&R. fir
Snpt. TonntC Say Coning Tear Should
Be Beat In City' History.
All public schools of the city (ex
cept the liifjh school) will open lues
day morninr, Sept. 6. During; the
vacation all the buildings have been
thoroahly renovated, several have
been calcimined, and needed repairs
have been made,' so that everything
necessarv . for the convenience and
comfort of the pupils has been pro
The comiug school year should be
the best in the history ef the schools.'"
savs Supt. Young. ! make it so
will retiuire the mutual cooicration
of teachers, pupils and parents. Par
ents wish their children to progress
rapidly, and to be thorough in all
thev ro over. To secure this the
child should enter at the beginning
of the term and continue regularly
and promptly to the end. Pupils
should lie made to Ie I that the. teach
er has the cordial si;piort ami sym
pathy of tho parent. It is impossi
ble lor the teacher to ttoeliective work
if her influence over the child is
wholly or partially destroyed by mi.
favorable comments matte by par
ents in the presence of their children.
It is no east1 task to teach and control
45 or oU pupils, all full of life and
energy, ami especially is this the case
when the teacher is not supported by
the home influence. To get the liest
results the work of the teacher in the
school must be supplemented by the
influence of the parent in the home.
Without this the child's progress is
slow ami his work superficial. He
grows restive under the moderate re
straint of the school room, forms hab
its of idleness and in the end In
comes insubordinate both in the
school and the home. Let children
be sent to school at the Iteginniug ol
the term supplied with all necessary
books; let tlieni leel that the teacher
has the conlidence and support of the
parent; let them see that the parent
has a keen interest iu the work they
are uoing, ami there is not one child
iu 50 that will not respond to these
in all tirst grades beginning classes
will le started next Tuesday. Those
having children, six vears of ago.
should send theiu at the beginning of
tho term if they wish them to ad
vance with the class. Another be
ginning class will not Ijo started until
after the holidays.
Parents having children to enter
school for the lirst time shonld send
them to the principal of the school of
the district in which they live. The
principal will see that such children
are received and properly classilicd.
Principals of the Longfellow, Eu
gene Field, Lincoln. Irving and Haw
thorne schools will be at their re
spective schools Saturday afternoon
from to 4 o'clock to receive ami
classify pupils and to consult wit h
parents ami pupils on school matters.
Parties desiring to see principals will
to well to call at this tunc auti avoid
the busy oening hours of Tuosday
J here will be a general teachers
meeting at the Lincoln school Sat
urday morning at 10 o'clock. It is
hoped that every teaehcr will lie pres
ent. Matters of importance concern
ing the openiug of the schools will be
All members of the High school, and
til those who graduated from the
Eighth grades last June, should be
ready to enter tho High school on the
lav of its opening. the new building
will lie ready for occupancy in a few-
lays. Vt hen tinishetl it will Ik; one td
the most complete High school build
ings iu northern Illinois. Its depart
ments in biology, cheuiistrv and puv-
sics will le csjieciaily well equipped
and work in these branches will be
better than ever. With the additional
room provided by the new building.
all pupils will be comfortably situated
and the environments will Ikj such as
to conduce to the most effective work.
The work now being done in the
High school is of such a character as
to meet the demands of all a general
course fitting for ordinary employ
ments anil . for teaching; a business
course titling for coin'nercial pursuits;
a university preparatory course, fitting
for admission to our state university,
or the colleges ami universities of the
east. The principal institutions of
higher education recognize the work
done iu the Rock Island High school
and will give credit for work done hrrc
to pupils seeking admission to their
Who Will Be Oar Kelt Frenident ?
Folitlciaas arc now planning for the presi
dential campaign of I'JM. but tbe war has so
overbadowed all other matters that politics Is
almost unnoticed Many people are of the
opinion that the candidates will be tbe same
as io lKjrt.btit there may be a "dark ho se'' who
will win the race. Popularity has much to do
with candidates. 1 bis is also true with medi
cine. The most popular remedy today is Him
tetter's Stomaoh Bitters, and it has retained
this for many years. Science never discovered
tbe equal of this medicine for stom teh. liver
and Kidney diseases. It builds up solid fiesb
tissue, imparls vigor and vitality to all organ,
and makes life worth livinc A bottle will
make a big- cbaaice for tbe better. Tiyit
I had a running, itching sore on
my leg. Suffered tortures. Doaa's
Ointment took away the burning and
itching instantly and quickly effected
a permanent cure." C W.'Lenhart,
Itowling Green, Ohio. For sale by
Marshall Ar Fisher.
Beaatjr la Blood Deep.
CVaa blood means a clean ekin. No
beauty without it. Cascarcte, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keen it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all int
punties from the bod v. lietnn to-day to
1 ...... I. I.'! . ll.lt . LI..1.I 1.
and that an kly bilious complexion by taking
Caacaret, beauty for ten cents. All drug- J
gists, saiiaiacuon guaranteed, JUc, Zjc, doc
IM Izi In Umkin tag
Extension of the Wins; Dam Above iov
The proposed extension of the wing
dam ahove the government island
will raise the stream over three feet.
frivinjr Moline and the arsenal an ex
cellent water power and providing
Moline with a harbor. Altogether it
will be an improvement which has
long been needed.
The eeneral feature of the construe
ation of the proposed w-ing dam con
sists ot a co tier nam, mini in ine
usual way, the top of which for its
entire length is to le on a level two
feet above low water mark, lhe ex
istinsr winir dam is to le brought to
the same level if found too low. The
lateral dam situated alsiut 2,300 feet
below the Duek Creek dam, is to lie
removed, and the loose rock thus ob
tained to be used in the new construc
tion. The present Duck Creek dam
is also to be removed, ami its site
dretlgetl out clean to the rock, so that
no obstruction be left iu the lied of
the river at this xint to obstruct the
free now of the water into the pool.
CHASED OUT OF THE TOWN.
Freak I'aradlns; as a Woman 4ilven His
A male freak, parading for some un
known reason iu the iruise of a
woman, was arrested ou Second ave
nue vesterdav bv Officer Ainsworth
and taken to the police station. He
wore a dark veil, sailor hat, dark
skirt and stripped waist, aud said he
came to towu about a week ago.
Chief Tcuder uuestioned the fellow.
He said he was a native of France,
was 30 years of age, and came here
from Kansas Citr. J he chief allowed
him the usual time giveu to undesir
able persons to leave town, and the
fellow decamped in a hurry.
WHAT THEY ARE.
Composition of the Famous Mew Food.
A wide spread interest has been
created among good livers, as to the
composition of Urape-Nuts, the uew
food that has come into popular use
of late. It has long been known to
physicians, chemists and food
experts, that the starchv por-
tiou of entire wheat Hour
and barley is transformed into a true
and very choice sugar, by the act of
intestinal digestion in the human
bodv. This suirar is identical with.
tnd is known as grape-sugar, and it
is in condition for immediate trans
formation into blood and the neces
sarv structure from which the deli
cate nerve centers are built up.
A food expert of the Posttuu Cereal
com nan v. Limited, Jiattle Creek, alien..
followed a line of experiments until
he produced the footl called t,raie.
Nuts, of which grape sugar forms the
principal part, and is produced by
following out nature's processes in a
mechanical way. fhat is, heat, mois
ture and time are the methods cm-
ployed and tMrected by scientific facts
raiued in research.
Grape-Nuts are probably entitled to
the claim to be the most perfectly
adapted food for human needs now
extant. Certain it is that the users
delight iu the flavor and the perfect
actiou of intestinal digestion during
the use of Grape-Nuts is satisfying.
and the added strength of body con
firms the fact.
Modern Greek peasants exchange a
cold uud eilvtr wedding ring, and they
drink wiuo fiom the auic cup. But tho
regular ritual of tua Greek church or-
lains that solemn betrothal precedes the
ictnal marriage, in which are used gold
and silver wedding rings blessed by
the priest, the gold ring being given to
the man, tho silver ring to the woman.
The form of the espousal is then repeat
ed, and tho rings are placed on tho right
bands and then exchanged that no in
feriority maybe betokened by tho wom
an weariug the silver ring and also to
indicate a common ownership of prop
An Armenian mother usually chooses
her daughter's husband. After all busi
ness preliminaries are settled between
the families the bridegroom's mother,
accompanied by a priest and two ma
trons, visits the brido and gives her a
ring in token of espousal, and with this
ring tho couple are ultimately married.
Among tho fishing communities very
ancient and elaborate rings are used,
and they descend as heirlooms from
generation to generation.
Iu Japauese marriages arranged be
tween very young people the girl re
ceives a riDg in evidence that the union
is binding. In Malabar an old native
custom seats both bride and bridegroom
on a dais and a relative washes the
feet of the bridegroom with milk and
pats a silver ring on the great toe of the
right foot. Ho then bands a gold ring
to his kinsman, and a necklace and
chaplct of flowers are put on the bride'
neck and head. London Mail
Licensed to Wed.
Charles E Gibson Davenport
Miss Mabel Fiupatrick Coal Valley
Matt Mjilson Itavennort
Miss Sadie Duily Davenport
A Ivy Webb . Rock Islani
Mrs Mary Vaclman Kock Island
9.SO to Cincinnati and Ret era
Via the It. I. & P. railway on account
of the G. A. R. encampment. Tickets
sold kept. to Sept. b inclusive, good
to return until and including Oct. 2.
A -special serviae providing through
cars, in addition to the regular train
service. ba been arranged for. Time
of trains ami other details upon ap
plication. R. SrocKiiorsr:. G. P. A.
One Minute Cough Cure surprises
eople by its quick cures and children
may take it in large quantities with
out the least danger. It has won for
itself the best reputation of any prep
aration used today for colds, croup,
tickling in the throat or obstinate
coujhs. T. H. Thomas, A- J. Riess
and M-; F.. Bahnsen, druggists.
Will Dart is back from his northern
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Cleavelaod
have a new son.
J. J. Keimers and family, of Chi
cago, are in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robinson have
returned from Denver.
Miss Mary Lepper has returned
from a month s visit in Canada,
tred Pollard w as a possenger on
the steamer Quincy for St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Rarlier have re
turned from a delightful western trip.
Frank Hinkley, of St. Louis, is vis
iting Rock Island relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Roliert ' Schmidt, of
South Heights, are the proud parents
of a 10-pmtnd boy.
Miss liessie Smith, of I.e('laire, is
visiting her friend. Miss Ann I-amliert
of First avenue.
Rev. P. M. Lindlierg. of Augustana
colleire, has returned from a week's
visit at Marinette, Wis.
Mrs. Horst von Kocckritz and little
daughter returned last evening from
their visit to Oconomowoc.
Miss Anna Grotjan returned home
last evening, after a week s visit with
her friend. Miss Alma Wilson, of
Mrs. Clara Weer and granddaugh
ter, Clara Maylield, returned home
today to Carlinvillc. after a visit with
Air. and Mrs. t,. L.. Gotl.
Mrs. Irving D. Burgh aud Masters
Fred and llarrv have returned from a
month's visit with Mrs. Burgh's pa
rents, near Clinton, Iowa.
H. W. Hyde has resigned his position
as night operator at the Hurlington de
pot anil has gone south, it. K. Hcnnctt
of Astoria, is lilling the position tem
porarily. J. B. Smith, formerly with the Svl
van Steel Works, has accepted a posi
tion with a new wire ami steel com
pany at Chicago, asN&tipcrintendent
mil bead roller.
Mrs. George E. Smith ami little
sons, Masters Joseph and William,
have returned home, after a brief but
pleasant visit with friends iu Blue
Island and Chicago.
C'apt. II. C. Cleaveland leaves for
Chicago tonight to attend the funeral
there tomorrow afternoon of t llliam
Jenkins, very eminent deputy grand
comiuontlcr of the Knights Jviuplar
of the state, who died thereyestertlay.
HELD FOR BOOTLEGGING.
Fred Irvin Caught With Stock of Whisky
nt the Camp Orounils.
Fred Irvin, a livery stable hostler,
is a prisoner at the county jail, under
$200 bonds awaiting trial tomorrow
morning in Justice Hawes' court for
disposing of whisky at the camp
meeting grounds at 1 nidall a grove.
Irvin was arrested Sunday at thi
camping meeting ny ueputy oiierni
.Nicholson, who detected him the act
of passing out "red eye." , Irvin's
bar was the oven of an old cook stove.
There were 11 pint bottles of whisky.
packed in a satchel, found, liev. 1
J. Wood, of Tort Byron, confiscated
another flask, which had been handed
out by Irwin, and will offer prosecut
Whether Irvin was selling or giv
ing away the liquor makes no differ
ence in a legal sense, hut it is thought
most likely that he did not purchase
stu b an amount of goods simply for
the accommodation of his friends.
The Verne Swain ami Winona were
in and out.
The Mountain Belle brought down
10 strings of logs.
Mrs. Darius Speer and children, of
Blue Grass, Iowa, arc visiting in the
The Sam Atlee ami West Rambo
tasscd north and the Nola K and
Mary B came down.
The stage of water at the bridge at
6 a. iu. was 1.8U; at 12 m. 1.70. The
temperature at noon DO.
the water is rising at St. Paul, 13
stationary at Red Wing, Recti's Land
ing. Ji t rosse, Dubuque and Le
Claire, and is falling at all other
points. Only slight changes will oc
cur Irom IJuhuqiie to Kock Island in
the next Ji hours.
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that can
not be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 vears, and
telieve him iterfecllv honorable iu all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out auy obligations made
iv their linn.
Waldim;, Kinnan & Makvin,
Wholesale lh-ut-'frist. Toledo. O.
West & Tkl ax.
Whclesale Druk'its. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
ami raucous surfaces of the system.
Price. 70c per bottle. Sold by all
Iruggists. Testimonials free.
Coal. Coke, Wood.
Summer prices on best grade of
bard coal. Hard wood, long or short.
Phone ll'Jf. E. B. McKowk.
DcWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the
largest sale of any . salve in the? world.
This fact and its merit has led dis
honest people to attempt to counter
feit it. Look out for tbe man who
attempts to deceive you when you
call for DcWitt's Witch "Hazel Salve,
he great pile cure. T. 1L Thomas,
A. .1. Riess and M. F. Bahnsen, tlrug-
Bear the - 9 l icb HW Kwm B63g3
B BAKB CP.! W rgP SJF 0 IKE B P
SaKouMorTHtstTiirH wucol k'Xr;,'
1 OF AMY CTSCO tTASCa. . I iVT'-T-'.
jostso ry I rJ,.
B II.C.HUBIKSERBHOS'CH lf
exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muville, which will be giv
you ABSOLUTELY FPEE by your grocer on conditions named bck
These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, arc free of any suggestion
advertising-whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. '
manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to ;
customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only
the manner specified. The subjects are:
American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant,
English Quail. English Snipe.
The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Ec.
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for 25 years.
packages of this brand were sold
last year. That's how good it is.
ASK YOUR DEALER
to show you the plaques and tell
you about Elastic Starch. Accept
The Elixir of
Have You Got It?
If not, cousolt
Specialists of .
ently located in
Wh9 Has Cured
OurKIectrlo Machine for
te treatment ot Nervous
Diseases. Kueuroatism aud
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Inc
NERVOUS DEBILITY", Exhaustive
suultv. Wt :ik Memory, Mcnt U Delusions,
CATAllUII, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, IV
Kidney. Liver nnd Skin Diseases din be
system of medicine.
VARICOCELE is tbe most active
months with others whan we niar:intee you a permanent cure in seven days by our ,
less methods. Hydrocele eured in three daysno pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult
We have eured mnny cases iciven up :wt hopeless, ana w e may ne anie to core you.
cat operations performed at your homo if dostred. Abdominal and bruin nurnery a speui
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARK THE BEST. The r
erous ncknow lodgements we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable
in both medical und surgical cases. Is proof oonolusive that our advanced luathods
where all others fall. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but oousult us at oa
region your lot health. There is a sts:e in every disfcwe tbat can be eured. .
you passed that stsee. If not do not ezpirrlincnt any longer, but consult us at omco.
thermore. we ofTer ti.-K) to any one provinu our oredestiars f slae We make It Ml 01,
to InvwNtiiriite ours. No other specialist oflors sub a fair proposition. ONLY CUTi'
CASKS TAKKN. Uest of reference aud oredcntlal If you cannot can, WTlto.
drods oorud by mIX Hours i) to 12, 8 to 6, 7 to 8. Sundays. Il:S0 to liHO. j
OFFICE 121 WEST THIRD STREET,
fw notes regardirg eprirg goods that can be founl by look
ing at tha ad. Here are some prices we quoter Spring navel
ties tn suits the prises range from f 18, 20, 22. $22 and op.
Tbe prices in the spring trousers range from '.$5, 15.60, f 6,
$6.50 aud upward. Come in and see onr fine line.-
Gus. Englln, Uasager, 1803 SeconJ
f or a. , .. sassasa saw a sas itssiwi Hfif""1"""
Vi'S If: develofirnerit of or-rans and body. ,.S' kno-vn f trn-dy lor women v .
:!fS X'tem. Cauout 1o har.n liftj rwreomes a rib ssuri. l a aIL
c2utxm&. , DiU MOTTS CHEMICAL CO., Clavalaaui, Oh
For attle by M. t DahoMD; druggist,
FREE for a few r"piths to all users of t'
celebrated ELA1C STARCH, (Flat 1 1
Brand). To induce you to try this brant.
sUtrcb.so that you may find out for youri.
that all claims for its superiority and ec
omy are true, the makers have had prepar. .
at great expense, a scries of
H017 To Get Them
All pnrchosers of three 10 eent or
sis 6 cent pnckiifros of Kinetic Ktrirrli
( Flat Iron Brand), are entitled to m
celvn from thnir trrorrr tine ot tby
beautiful Game- Plagues free. Tim
plaques Trill not bo went hy mnil.
Tbey can bo obtained only from your
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch
Do not delay. This oflar
is for a short 'Miuo only.
Life is Heah
DR. J. E WALSH.
Lste of Chloaiio, fowi :
ly Surneon-ln C'Wef of
Drains, Sleeplessness, Threatened
or ODy other ooodtton dua to nervous exhuu
quickly ana permanently ourcd by our adv:i
cause of Nervous Debility. Why t,
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1 . r. m : iw rr
riluritr and omls
acrnw vmc and I :
rains of tncfstrun-i
Tbny are 'l.lfe r
cor. Fourth At. end Twentieth