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THE AKGTJS,tlVDXESDAT. OCTOBER 2fi. 1S9S.
Published Dally and JVeekly at 11 Second
A venue, Kock Ilnd, EL Entered at the
Fostofflce as Second-clan matter.
ISf TBR NAME OF J. W. POTTER.
TKRMS Dally. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
f 12.00 per annnm; In advance 11.60. -
AH communications of political or anrumen
. tatire character, political or religious,-most
' hare real name attached for publication. No
; fneli article -will be printed orer fictitious sig
natures. . -
' - Correspondence solicited from every town
ship la Hock island county.
Wednesday, Oct. 26.
For State Treasurer
M. F. DUXUP.
For Superintendent Public Instruction.
PKIIKV O. STIVER.
For Trustees State University,
DR. JULIA HOLMES SMITH.
NAPOLEON B. MORRISON.
J A COll B. SE1LER.
For representative In Congress, Tenth
FRANCIS K. ANDREWS.
State Senator, Thlrty-tbird District,
JOSEPH II. MULLIGAN.
For liepresenttlve In tbe Oeneral Assembly
ELMORE W. II URST.
For County Judge W. C. ALLEN
For County Clerk JOHN NORTON
For BberiS A It. IIUESINQ
' For Treasurer T. R. LEES
For County Superintendent.. .O. I. ADDITON
Tii f. deinoi
ratio ticket is
t ho wo
Tiif. prevailing weather conditions
today arc favorable to the li.strilntin
if th ivii'.i'iiortn s'uish fund.
Snrr.i: Payne is again tiic-t.
1 1n; Case famishment bill anil
elevator liiil are still talking.
EmI'Ihtmem is mw s-v.-king labor
down in Yinlen. IJtit it wants it
cheap and nasi v." Ami still Me
Kinlev b.iusts of it as an evidence of
I'ri'Ei: berths will have ti stav at
ti e sai:c olil price. The Pullinai. Pal
ace ';ir company has been i-imi JM-Ilfil
loo tu the i'xjviie of increasing its
EiyKKoii William's journey is not
to le all joy. When l.c tries to re
member in'which of his 110 trunks he
put hi tooth brush there will be trou
ble in the caravan. Denver Republi
ran. It is a fortunate thing for Payne
)hys'ually, if it is not so politically,
that the "days intervening between
now and the'rleet ion are growing less.
The repeated 11 utters of excitement
are a severe si rain on the modest sis
ter. tt-- tUci.iii r 1 MiNdiV VI It il Killlli
time avo offered a prize for the best
thought, cave the I
I he follow-
ing: "Men grumble because God put
thorns on roses. Wouldn't it Ikj Ix-t-ter
to thank God that He put roses on
- ' - ----- .
Kvekv continent on the glolie. with
the exception of Australia, produces
wild roses. There can be little doubt
that the rose is one of the oldest (low
ers in the world, and perhaps grown
from the wind-blown seeds in para
dise. In Egypt it is depicted on
The Great Medicine that Gives
Hood's Sarsaparltla Makes tho
Blood Rich and Pure, Creates an
! Appetite and Restores Health,
Vigor and Vitality.
"I feci that I cujrht to writo a few
words in praise of Hood's Sarsapsrilla,
which has dono groat things for rnc. I
was In a delicate condition and was sick
at mystoraach and constipated. I tried
remedies highly recommended for female
weaknesses, but tho medicines brought
oa other troubles. I tres eo weak I
could not attend to my household duties,
and I then determined to try Hood's Sar
paparilla. After I had taken this medicine
a short tiirc I bcan to sain strength. I
Crew Stronger Each Day
cctil I tva3 able to work ell day without
any inconvenience. I have taken Hood's
Pills for constipation, and I am better to
day than I have beca for fiyo years.
Since taking Hood's tsar.-aparilla and
Hood's Pills I feel rested in tho morning.
I am less nervous and ati sure I have
richer and purer blood. I have always
been bothered with scrofula, but now I
am rid of it. Before my laat child vrsa
born I took Hood's Sarsaparilla, and
my girl baby was fat and 6trong, whilo
my other child was not well and lived
to be onlv two vears old." Mbs. E. F.
DEAL, Box 419, Missouri Valley, Iowa.
Is the best-tn fct the One True IUood Purifier.
fully prepared. Si cent
nuuilers of early bas-reliefs. dating
from 3,Uh to 3,iu0 1J. C.
Even if Cralle is (loomed to disap
pointment ir. Ieing in a Ittter osi
tion than heretofore to serve the
county as public liveryman he may
yet have a chance to turn out all .ins
rigs in his own political funeral pro
cession about two weeks from .today.
With corn at IS cents, wool with
do market at ail and wheat at almost
t!-.e iO-cent. notch, the ' prosperous
fromers'" are not so sure they can meet
expenses voting for sound money
and the national honor.'' Columbus
The ingrain carjet manufacturers
of Philadelphia have agreed to shut
down owing . to overproduction. It
will throw hundreds of luen out of
employment who no doubt will put in
a good deal of time trying to discover
why the lingley protection law does
not operale the way the workmen
were promised it would if they voted
tie prosperity" ticket. Champaign
Taxnek is making a desperate plnv
to get the laboring vote of Illinois.
Intelligent tvorkingnien see through
his game and will attribute his mo
tives not to a love for them so much
as to a desire to deceive them into
voting for the perpetuation of his ma
chine nominees who are after, the of
lices for the purpose of using them as
the means of selling franchises to
greedy and soulless corporations.
t. Louis Republic.
Ir was thought that it would be
strange if the Union got through the
campaign without indulging in one of
its maligning and prevaricating at
tacks TJjKin Hon. lieu T. Cable. The
shock Mr. Cable gave the Union ami
its aspirations a few years ago has
never left it. It has Iteen a quivering,
shivering nonentity since, atraid of iis
own shadow, and continually imag
ining that the great democratic lead
er's hand is raised against it. The
Union should be calm. Mr. Cable has
bigger fish to fry.
Who Miner' I'rlrmU Arc
The democratic state platform of
18 contains the celebrated anli-Piuk-erton
plank. Platforms of 181)0 and
181(2 reiterated the former declaration
against giving police power to pri
vate detective agencies. The repub
lican platforms of those years re
mained silent on that subject. In
11)1 the democratic house passed a
bill carrying out the demands of the
democratic platform. A republican
senate killed it. In 11)3 the demo
crats controlled both houses of the leg
islature, and passed a la w prohibiting
the bringing of aruied bodies into the
state or the sheriffs of Illinois .from
deputizing men not residents of their
respective counties. Had this statute
been enforced Oct. 12 at Virdeif the
terrible riot there that disgraced
nois would never have occurred.
The IXatlly Parallel.
Parallels seem to be fashionable thfs
season, and even your old friend 51c
Kinlev in swinirini; around the circle
could not escape the contagion. In a
moment of unconscious cerebration
he uttered parts of a speech made by
Chauncey M. Iecw the day before.
There was no mitigating lapse of six
years in his case. Depew spoke in
Chicago Oct. 11. MeK'mlev spoke at
onlv I'OO miles away.
, t f it i .1 "
ne lOHOHiii- (lav
of comparison here aie extracts from
the two speeches, side bv side:
Ihptiv at I'htciUjo.
McKmhy at cliuion'
We have jrone f rum
to industrial uiiiviry.
We tiuvt.' irne from
Frm in!us:rial para
lysis b:s come imlusiri.tl
activity: from labor
vuinly seoUint employ
ment has come employ
ment :tkiun lalvir.
I la'or ret-lcinir em
j piovTejt t- employ
I incut sceniu labor.
Fair Tnt or I be IHnRlcy Jtill.
Itoslun Special to tbe t'h!car i Chroni- le.
'J'he leading woolen manufacturers
have decided to close their mills
shortly, owing to the dullness of
trade. There is stock enough on
hand to meet any probable need, and
the buying is in such small lots that
there 'is actual necessity to curtail
production ls?fore the market is over
The worsted miils are, as a rule,
busy, with a prospect of work for
some time, but the products have to
le disposed of at a close margin of
profit, and the manufacturers do not
feel very hopeful of the future.
There is a general sentiment that
the bad condition of trade is due to
the tariff, a fair test of the Dingley
bill having proved tii.it it will Ikj nec
essary to shut down the mills to save
the loss of running them and to pre
vent the accumulation of goods.
A Clever Trick.
It certainly loks like it, but there
is really no trick alont it. Anylxnly
can try it who has lame back and
weak kidneys, malaria or nervous
troubles. We mean he can cure him
self right away by taking Electric
Hitters. This medicine tones up the
whole system, acts as a stimulant to
the liver and kidneys, 5s a blood pttri
lier and nerve tonic. It cures consti
pation, headache. fainting spells,
sleeplessness and melancholy. It is
purely vegetable, a mild laxative, and
restores the system' fo its natural
vigor. Try Electric Hitters and e
convinced that they are a miracle
worker. Every !ittle guaranteed.
Only 50 cents a little at llartz & Ul
lemevcr's drug store.
For Over Fifty Vrara
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothe the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the Lest reniedjrfor diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Breoms and Brushes
must be cleaned often, else they
lectors. Hair brushes demand
point f both health and cleanliness. They can
quickly cud thoroughly by washing in a weak suds :
Gold Dcst cleans everything
ana saves both. Utae aua
THE N. X. FAIRS
Andalusia. Oct. . 21 Mr. . HufTum
anil wife, of California, are here on a
visit to the former's brother, Milton
.Miss Edna Finley is on the sick list.
Mrs Peterson has gone to Kock Isl
and for a visit.
Mrs. Ira Johnson has returned
home from her visit in Iowa.
The U. H. society will give a dinner
and supper at the hall Nov. 8.
Miss Millie on Ach, of Milan, was
visiting friends here last week.
Alex Irvin and family have moved
into the A. H. Mosher residence.
The farmers around this vicinity
are busy digging their, late potatoes.
The U.- H. donation party at the
parsonage lat Mcndav was well at
A. 11. Hallard. 'Eddie Oohner and
Orrin Wiley are working in the button
fact or v.
Juite a number of our young (eo-
ple attended the republican rally at
Htiffalo Saturday evening.
Joe Donahue, of Kock Island, has
moved into our village. He expects
to work in the button factrry.
The U. 11. church will hold its
quarterly meeting next Saturday and
Sundav. Mr. Uigney will preach.
An Italian with a hand organ and
performing moukev was here Sunday
and Monday. As usual a crowd of
small bovs followed them, eager to
see the monkey perform.
EVERY WALK IN LIFE.
Kck Island Citizens Appreciate
Every class of people have sick kid
nevs. The busv business man. rush
ing through life on the run, fails to
realize tiie constant strain he puts the
kidneys to. I he mechanic, loreed to
assume unnatural positions, stooping
and straining at his work, does not
know that ins backache is simply
kidney ache. The clerk on his feet,
continually leaning over a counter or
desk; railroaders, conductors, engi
neers, street car men. subject to con
stant jarring, have backache from the
kidnevs. Women at their household
duties, girls and boys at play over
tax their kidnevs, give them more
work than thev can do. Tis a fortu
nate thing the kidneys warn you
when in trouble: they cry out for
help. Don't neglect the warning.
Don't neglect a bad back. A weak,
lame or an aching back if neglected
will mean future trouble. kidncv
trouble, urinary trouble. Doan's Kid
ney Pills cure every form of kidney
ill, cure a bad back and make sick
kidneys well. Doan's Kidney Pills
axe endorsed by people we know; by
citizens. Words of praise come from
all parts of the state. Head what a
Hock Island man savs:
F. J. Wivill. of loll Seventh ave
nue, carpenter, says: "I suffered
from kidney and bladder trouble for
some years. Early in the summer of
1897 I was so sore ami lame across
my Jiack that I could not stoop over
far Enough to tie my shoes. When I
was obliged to stoop over to pick up
anything from the floor I had to get
down on my knees to avoid the sharp,
shooting pains through my kidneys.
There was a dull, heavy, pain in my
back and also a weakness of the kid
nevs which was verv annoying. I
. . i
used many remedies, but I got little
or no benefit until I tried Doan's Kid
ney Pills, obtaining them at the Har
per house drug store. They effected
a complete ami permanent cure, for I
haven't bad the slightest trace of ray
former kidney trouble since I stopped
using Doan's Kidney Pills. I never
get tired of praising this valuable
remedy to my acquaintances."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price i0 cents. Mailell by
Fostcr-Milburn company. Buffalo. N.
Y.. sole agents for the United States.
Heme in ber the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.
Licensed to Wed.
Neis S wattson Moline
Mi Hiim i tlckstadt - Molme
John K. Murray Ji-liet
VLss Mary li Duiley Rock Island
J"hn Day Molioe
MUs Amanda O. Nelson Moiine
A cough is not like a fever. It
does not have to run a certain course.
Cure it quickly and effectually with
One Minute Cough Cure. the best rera
cdy for all ages, and for the most
severe cases. We recommend it be
cause it's good. T. II. Thomas. A. J.
Hicss and M.
F. Bahnsen, druggists.
Beantjr la Dlood Deep.
Clean Mood mcnn3 a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candv Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
ttirr:n up the lazy liver and driving ail ini-
E antic from the bod v. Beirin to-day to
ani.sji pimples, boil, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion bv takiua
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c,83c,0c.
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head
aches; 10, 25 and 0 cents. Heiss1
become clangerocs rm
soecial attention irom 1
Tho Winona came down as usual in
the Clinton trade.
The Sam At lee brought down 1G
string of logs.
The West Hanbo came down and the
Sam At lee and West Hanbo went
The stage of water at the Hock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. m. was stationary
at '2.'3; the temperature at noon 08,
. Itucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tho Lest salve in, the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect, satisfaction or money re
funded. Price '2t ceuts per box. For
sale bv Hart. & Ullemever.
Drying preparations simply develop
dry catarrh; they dry up the secre
tions which adhere to the membraue
ami decompose, causing a far more
serious trouble than the ordinary
form of catarrh. Avoid all drying in
halants and use that which cleanses,
soothes and heals. Ely's Cream Halm
is such a remedy, and will cure ca
tarrh or cold in the head easily and
pleasantly. A trial size will be
mailed for 10 cents, large for oO cents.
All druggists keep it. Ely Brothers,
.rG Warren street, New York.
IOST ONE fiENI LI MAN'S TAN SHOE
J Dew mtiher heel. Keiura.to Pcaslee's
slioe store ai.d get re urd.
"V'tCELV FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS
aA witli hoard, cus. bath, bot water heat,
at 735 Seventeenth street, l'lic-esi-casonuhle.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
K:i.e loans 1Y W. H. Eastman. ITU Sec
ond avenue, without ptibiioity or removal He
also make s collections - hard ones a Kpecialty.
L A 1 5 VOY A NT. TII E VM ! LLI A NT STAR
of h-r profession and the most remark
atile medium and elai voyr.nt is located at o:
r'ourteeulhstreet. and may be consulted from :
a. m to 1' p. m. da'ly.
"WANTED. MEN WITH MONEY TO IN
r T vest, and who desire a safe and profit
able investment, to investigate the very de-
strar-ie stock 01 the American Condensed
li.rse Feed company. Call sit ir10 t list ave
J. B. BKIDT.
T B KEIDT
..-rc.-s ; sr. en
s.,V ' 'iiHr."?.:i-
Oum Four Horn and Have it Insured.
Insurance and Loans,
Room 4, Mitchell & Lvnde Building
Suilders : : :
Sash," Doors, Blinds and Mouldings
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing oi All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311 40 fjaj"8' Rock Island.
GET THE BEST
XII Work Guaranteed-
. 1S0S THIRD AVENUE
ciadi; from ijs.s
thorcuglily.. f htl
ANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work at 1130 second avenue.
TANTED HOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board a; ii.tJ t ourth avenue.
TA NT ED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
worK. .td'.ress J. J. Autiusomoe.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at icrj Twentieth street.
WANTED A RELIAHLE GIRL TO DO
jrenera1 housework by theday. No washing-
Adilrii s -H M."Ar!js
"TTT ANTED A YOl'NG MAN AT KREI.L
TT &. Math's.' to maac himself generally
useful and attend to heatinsr il .nt.
TANTED SALESMEN: MINING. TELE
lih'iie anil olUer stocks: winnlm; plan
millions in it. "G. I.,'" Iowa Lily. Iowa.
lrANTKDTWO GOOD HUSTLERS TO
? sell iiLstallment specialties. Salary or
eommiss on. K V. Cvennire, 1913 ecod
avenue, Kock Island.
WANTEI-SIX GOOD CONCRETF. MVS
for cement work at "Woodman bnil'lin
Nov. 1. Address White Maynard. tS'J West
tilth street. Chicago. Ill
X XT ANTED CUSTOMERS. BY COMPE
f tent and fashionable dressmaker, new
ly located in the city at JMti sixteenth
street, Mrs. V. B.Barkhart. Prices reasonable.
WANTED -CIRCULAR AND SAMPLE
distributors: $. per I, ii: pay advanced:
permanent: experience laineccKsnry. t nion
Adver;isiu company, hothschild buiidiuj,',
7ANTED-ONi: OR TWO ROOMS FOR
liirtit h.ruseke-iin;f with a private fam
ily, located between Twelfth and Twentv
sijeth streets. Address immediately to "J. li.,'
care Allen Myers & Co.
"VTANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
t monds. watohes. jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, ulothintr. dry
Koods. furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second hand troods of nil kinds also.
The above (roods for sale at half The usual
store prices. Ail business transactions strictly
confidential. His new Dumber and location,
1t;3 Second avenue. Don t forget it. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 13If.
FOR SALE TWO GOOD BUILDING LOTS,
SiixI.vj feet, near C, H I & P. depot, a
FOR SALE AN ?-ROOM HOUSE. 4 YEARS
old. with city water, sewer and barn, at
2S08 Fifth and a half avenue. Inquire t n prem
rfOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
- All Kinds or fruit: good buildings; near
town. A bargain forborne oae if taken soon
taoruon & Uowman.
CR SALE TWO HALF ACRE LOTS IN
W ebb s sub-divisiou.. South Itock Island.
A bargain if t alien at once. Apply to George
r. ioiu, juasonic iemp:e.
TTIOR SALE A SS5-ACRK ARM IN ROCK
J- island county; good corn and pasture
landwill take part trade. W. ClauMNen, r ront
iuiu i.. Jit airccu uavcupori, juwa.
TfOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
- - lartn near town. its of fruit. To be
sold cheap to settle an estate. Here is a bar
gain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon &
FOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
of 50 bushels or oyer at ti.h0 per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any part of tho olty. Leae
arders at Coroniiroiai hmim barber Sbop, Book
a'tnA.nrKnnflJimita MM.n .
XjlOR SALE CHE sP IXTS IN M MAS
X ter's addition, old baseball grounds. These
lots will lie Bold from $4uo upward: small
amount uown. Daiance on lonor tinvj at o per
cent. Reidy Bros., room 4, Mitchell & Lyude
T0H SALE-A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
AJ with Alwtnfc rV) dirfAMHt iuki. m
" sw- uwkvu wiu-ao, BUItaulU IVI
rJi!ry lecal blanks or any description of pacers
m nut iorm to oe Mept in toape ior wntinff.
A frrrTr ri r. ' wt Inrl sr rvnnt T.a . l.
thing for any offico with contracts, etc.. to
TjV5R RENT A LARGE FURNISHED
room with yds and bath at 1116 Second
TTOR RENT. A FURNISHHD ROOMWITH
-m ail modern converiiines. and hot water
nev At rswy serentfcuvenne. s ri
FOR RENT HOUSE 07 SEVEN ROOMS,
rent ill: also one of nine rumis. rent 1S
No children. Inquire at law Third arenue.
7 OR BENT-rEIX-HOOXf Trr.jiT isc flt-BST
C - M Tk. Twuatith street a. II mnr)M pun.
vemenees rr-pei" month. E U. Stafford,
tp-OR RENT THE STANDARD CLUB
- rooms, sjuitaoie ior lodge meeting?. o-
eial gatherings or d.ncing parties. Rent re a
Konable. Steam beat. Krell i Math.
Dr. Willisms' Indian Pile
iinttnent i.l cure Uiind,
Klceding and Itcuinz
Pile- It absorbs ihe tumors.
allays tne itching at otic, acts
a.? a pouliu e. gives ir .tant re-
l.ef. Dr. Williams Indian Pi Oint
rr;rnt is prepared for I'ile aud Iii-
Int of the private parts. Every box is
warranu-d. Bv anit'ir'sta. by mail on re-
C-int of prirs-. AO cents and-Jrl.OO. WIU.US'S
BUtSUrCIUfi)nG til., rropa.. tievejauu, vuio.
Sold by M. F. Babusea, urugjist.
' : 1
In order to remember the little folks we
will give free with every pair of school
shoes, until further notice, A FINE
JUMPING ROPE, as shown above.
Our stock of school shoes combines neat
stylish goods with wear resisting quali
t f s You can't miss it by fitting the little
ones out at our store, or yourself as well.
See our nobby fall and winter gocds.
WRIGHT S BARBER,
Leaders in Shoes.
The Elixir of
Have You Got It?
If not, consult
the C h i cago .
Who Has Cured
Our Electric Machino for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incura
ble by Others.
NERVOUS DEBILITY. Exhaustive Drains. Sleeplessness, Threatcn.nl In
Kanitv, Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion,
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Wood,
Kidney, Liver and Skin Llssases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advance
system of medicine.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent cure lu seven days by our painless
methods. Hydr eele cured in three days no pain.
WOMEN suilering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult us. We
hve cured many ca-es eivnn upas hopeless, and we may be able to rure you. Surgical
operations performed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARK THE REST. Tho mini
erous acknowledgement?) we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable cure
in both medical and Hurgieal eases is proof conclusive that our advauced methods cure
, where all others fail. Therefore. do not wastt? time with others, but co .suit us at oaee aid
regain your lost health. There is a staze in every disease that can be curort. Have ,
you passed that stage? If not. do not experiment any louder, but consult us at ouce. Fur
thermore, we offer $I.(VX) to any one proving our credentials false We make It an object
to invesiKrate ours. No other specialist oilers suoh a fair proposition. ON L Y Gl'ttA MI.E
CASES T iKKN. Best of reference aud credentials If you cannot cad, write, ilun
drels cured, by mail. Hours to 1; 2 to 5; 7 to . Sundays, 1 1:30 t 1;J.
CFF.CE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CUIXQUGB BU1LDIXG, DAVEXPOST, IA
i. M. III'NTOON, Manager.
Tele-phone 1112. Ofllse hours 1 to 6 p. m.
New Subscribers Since 1 .as t Book Was
1002 Apple, J. S., grocery.
1272 Bahnsen, F. W., res.
40'J2 Burkhart & Burknart, doe
4371 Collum. John & Co., whole
423 EllemvoG-d, Lt W., residence.
41S1 (Jregg, Mrs. Sarah L, res.
401:5 Ilealey, John, res. ,
4142 Keller, Charles, res.
431o Kerns, ileorge M., res. ,
Iockney, Rev. J. F., res.
4093 Loonev & Kellev, attorneys.
l'J.06 McCaskrin& MeCaskrin. alys
4472 Palace of Sweets, 318 Twen
4101 Reed & Rollmaii, city steam
4144 Robinson, M. IJ. & Co., gro
4082 Summers, R. G. & Co., stove
1332 White. I. S,, res
N. B. Cut out the above and paste
on inside lront cover of your telephone
uirectory ior ready reference.
to inch person -interested
In wibscwmfng M tbe Ku
gene Held Monument Sou
venir Fund. Hubscr.bo
any amountdesfrcd. Hub
KcripUons.as low as
w ill entitle the d.nor to
Ibis- handsome voluroej
'ttviu iiuudq. piij, a a
s tuvenir certincate of
subKcription to fund.
Book contains a selection
ed by a; of
the world s
tists of t leld a best nod znoKt 1
representative worknand fl
is ready for delivery. m
Hue fnr thfnnhl
tmtioo of the wrold's greatest artists. A
tLisKKk could not hare been maauXae--V
lured for le: than T.U. r . A
Toe Fund erea'cd is divided equally be-- Y
i luc iMniy i toe late feugene
w anu me r una ior ue nulla ing of a
monument to ine memory of tba be
loved poet of childhood. Addresw
EICKSE FIELD fj
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( Also at Book l Monroe Street,- T
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Life is Health
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Late of Cbleasro. former
ly SnrneoQ-ln-Chief of St.
Anthony s hospital.
Stevk F. Mi i.i.kh.
Suli? Lessee and Manager.
MONDAY, OCT. 24.
STOCK COMPANY IN
HIGH CLASS REPERTOIRE
. OF COMEDIES.
Prices, 10c. 20e. 30c. Seals on sale ut .
PJeuer's Jewelry Store.
One paid reserved seat admits one lady free
Direction of Stkvb F. Mii.t.uh.
, Sunday, Oct. 30.
THE TWO MACKS
"Money to Burn"
A company of
23 ARTISTS 23
Supporting the, SWELL COMEDIANS.
The Lyman Twin Bro's..
All special scenery.
(fnn The warterwlloft transform It ion
33 and cake wuirtu:.
"" Tbe swell btrecY parade at noon.
Prices-'. 5" nJ
Sale of seats at liieuer's Jewelry store.
Mott's NerVerme Pills
t an nervous
7i CI itic
sac, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost Manhood, Impotency, Nightly Eixus
tiens. Youthful Errors, Mental Worrv. .
czssive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
kad to Consumption and Insanity. ' $1X0
per box by mail; 6 boxes for $5.00.
lrrOTTSCHMlCACO,Piop , CleTeland, Chla.
For sale by M. F. Bahnsen. drueplst, comer
Fourth avenue and Twentieth atrteu
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