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THE .AUGUS,-SATURDAY, JAX1IAT1Y 7, 1890.
Published Dally and Weekly 1824 Second
Avenue, Rock land, m. Entered at the
PoevoXee h Second-class matter.!
lH THI HAHE Of J. W. FOTTEB
TERMS Dally, 10 cents per week. Weekly,
2.00 per In advance 11.60.
All communleatlons of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. Ho
acta article will be printed over fictitious tg
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship in Bock Island county.
Satckdat, January 7.
The two richest prima donnas are
Adelina I'atti and Sibvl banuerson.
Acoimin; to the new arm y organ!
zation hill a hundred dentists with the
rank of lirt lieutenant will be gien
Mi- Viroima Evans, daughter of
Fighting Bob" Evans, will make her
lxv to society during the present
VI ashington ollicial season.
Mm. McKinlev's health has great
ly improved since she went to Wash
ington. In the iast two vears she
has gained pounds in weight.
Richako Mansfield has therenuta
tion of leing too good looking a man
to be caught under the accusation of
havinr borrowed some one else's idea
of a horrid monstrosity of a mis
Miss Sallie Falxknkk, daughter of
Senator Faulkner of West Virginia,
recently paid a visit to her brother, a
lieutenant in the array, now stationed
in Wyoming. While there she rode a
broncho which only one man at the
fort could master.
An Illinois legislature under Tanner
without a proposed gerrymander or
other Klitical manipulation would ie
too much of a novelty to dream ot.
Just now the congressional districts
are on the rack. Let the shuttle come.
The more of a mixup the better.
Juski-ii tlEKKKitsoN says that during
a recent drive in Virginia he stopped
at a farm house for dinner and was
pressed to take off his coat, as his
neighbors did. Refusing, the host
said: '-Go on; be comfortable: never
mind ef ycram tgot no shirt on.
The mother of Matthew Fontenov
Maury Sutton (a priyate of the 16th
infantry, who fought ni Santiago) has
received from the chancellor of the
University of New York a letter stat
lug that Miss Helen Gould has depos
ited money to cover the young man's
tuition, lioard and books during a
course of instruction in law. The
buttons live in Baltimore.
American taxpayers have already
paid millions of dollars to help in free
ing Cuiia. there is no suggestion
whatever ol reimbursement, but in
stead it is proposed in Washington
that this government advance the
sum of $100 to each one of the iusur-
gent soldiers. This would all bevery
well if the taxpayers had any show to
ret their money back. But under the
present plan they have not. It is
him ply proposed to make the Cubans,
like the Indians, wards of the gov
eminent, ltiis is, ot course, roman
tic, but very costlv to the American
masses who foot the bills. Keokuk
A Wokcestf.k man tells the Gazette
of that city that when visiting the
British museum some time aro he
stuck a postage stamp on the tnumniv
case of Cleopatra. "I was all alone,"
ho says. "No one was looking, and I
htood there gazing at the mummy case
and thinking over the stories, when I
put my hand in my pocket and felt
the postage stamp. " I could not help
it. the thought ot the mummv
thousands of years old and the brand
new stamp of the brand new country
was too much. I hastily whispered in
the ear of the etligv. 'Whv is this
stamp like Anthony? (Jive it up?
Because it's stuck on you'; slapied it
on the case and started out to estab
lish au alibi as quickly as possible."
Jefferson on Imperialism.
When those who advocate the an
nexation of far-off islands are falsely
proclaiming that Thomas Jefferson
favored such a policy, their attention
should be called to the following ex-
of the Globe for
TTTTTTT? A TUT A j in . .
w man """'r iainpiaistsv
6EBM1N MEDICAL LAWS..
-JX. prescribed by eminent pfaysiciansiy - 1
un. niunic.no wiSS
6 a uniinn .rj
fl orM reno" seu I Knn.tiMr rao-rftil I
On it er-nalno w"t Trne Mark Anchor.'
1 F. Ad. BJrhttx J. I3 TrariSC, New lark.
9i insurer nwionc
13 Branch Eooms. Ova Glasrworka.
SaiMcia, faduned recommended by
Marshall Ft her. 1K Snd ave
X. li. T nomas. ir na '
John lllfvli'n. i.w 3u ;
BOCK uuiaa, m .
lArnOR" STOatACZLAI. best far
tract from Jefferson's third unnnal
message, sent to congress in 1803:
"Separated by a wide ocean from
the nations of Europe and from the
political interests which entangle
them together, witi productions and
wants which render our commerce and
friendship useful to them and theirs
to us. it cannot le the interest of any
to assail us nor ours to disturb them.
"We should be most unwise indeed
were we to cast away the singular
blessings of the position iu which na
ture has placed us, the opportunity
she has endowed us with of pursuing,
at a distance from foreign conten
tions, the paths of industry, peace and
happiness, of cultivating general
friendship and of bringing collisions
of interest to the umpirage of reason
rather than force.
"How desirable, then, must it be :,n
a government like ours to see its citi
zens adopt individually the views, the
interests and the conduct which their
country should pursue, divesting
themselves of those passions and par
tialities which tend to lessen useful
friendships and to embarrass and em
broil us in the calamitous scenes of
Ibis extract from Jefferson s public
utterances strikes off the situation ex
The January number of McClure
Magazine will contain the second story
in Kipling s new serial of school-bo
life, and stories by F- Nesbit and W
A. Eraser. Stephen Crane will con
tribute to the same number what will.
no doubt, be found the full equivalent
of a story, a description of a ride he
took on the engine of the Scotch Ex
press, the fastest train in England.
JMcClure s .Magazine lias m store lor
its readers a real novelty in several
stories of political life. They presen
a politician who is a live human be
ing not a mere iigure and make'
believe, as most politicians in stories
are. lie lias great power ana adroit
ness in managing men; and be seems
to have no scruples in his designs or
measures; and vet and here the dra
matic ami human quality of the
stories appears always at a certain
point in his enterprises he discloses a
fundamental unselfishness and sense
of honor that are as attractive as they
are surprising, i-acn storv is com
plete in itself; but the central charae
ters are the same in all, and thus
they have a certain continuity of in
terest. The author of them is Walter
l.arr, of Keokuk, Iowa. He is a new
writer and these are his first stories
He is by profession a physician; but
he has leen a newspaper man, and he
has himself, at different tunes, taken
an active part in ixmtics. lie was
born in Ohio, was reared in Illinois
took a college course in Indiana and
began his newspaper work there, and
now for some years has lived in Iowa
His stories come warm anil vivid
from his own close acquaintance with
life in these states.
To have them men who have dem
onstrated their organizing ability by
great business successes tell their se
crets of organization, is the object of
the editor of the Cosmopolitan, lhat
he is succeeding, is proved in the Jan
uary issue bv the article from Charles
K. Flint, who is ' regarded in New-
York as one of the three or four ablest
organizers in America. He is presi
dent of the rubber trust and the head
of the great mercantile house of Flint,
Eddy & Co., which has its ramiuca-
tions in almost every port of the
world. Mr. Flint tells very openly
what makes lor success in the organ
ization of business. His article may
lie read with interest bv the Rocke
fellers, the Armours and the Wana-
makers, as well as bv the humblest
clerk seeking to fathom the secret of
business success. In the same line is
an article, also in the January Cosmo
politan, telling how Mr. l'latt organ
ized and condneted the campaign for
the election of Roosevelt. It is bv a
gentleman who was actively engaged
at the republican headquarters dur
ing the campaign, ami who gives a
vivid picture of the perfection to
which jwlitical organization has leen
carried in New York state by the
most astute of managers. The wary
old senator who has been a lilctirue in
politics and the vour.gest political as.
pirant will alike lind food for reflection
in Mr. Blvthe s article.
Miss Cecilia Beaux, easily lirst
among American women artists, and
one of the strongest portrait painters
of the day. has made a striking head
of Admiral Sampson, from life, which
appears as the frontispiece of the Jan-
nary number of the Century, ihis
s apropos of the second instalment of
Lieut, lloiison s Merrimac papers, in
which the sinking of the collier, as
directed by the admiral, is vividly but
niodestlv described bv the hand that
did it. Capt. Sigsbee. of the Maine,
continues his personal account of the
episode that precipitated the conflict
with Spain, and bdnionu Kellv
lescribes the experiences of An Amer
ican in Madrid Daring the War. But
he interest of the magazine is by no
means exc!i --.-'v military, despite
hese three .i .. ...i and the continua-
ion of Prof. 'heeler's Alexander the
Jreat. There is much that breathes
of peace. The Carlyles in Scotland is
an intimately personal paper; and
equally readable in another way is
Miss Florence Hotchkiss's Carlyle's
Dramatic Portrayal of Character the
prize essay in The Century's college
competition. I. Marion Craw-
lord, in la crucis, continues his las-
cinating romance of the Middle Ages;
nd Paul L. Ford's Manv-Sided
Franklin is devoted this month to the
great man's schooling and self-cul-
ure, his services to education and his
ibrary. Capt, Crowninshield, U. S.
N., chief of the bureau of navigation.
makes an effective presentation of the
Advantages of the Nicaragua Canal.
In fiction and poetry there is likewise
much of interest.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Michael MeGinty is in Mansville
Henry Deisenroth, of 426 Eighth
street, is ill with the grip.
Miss Grace Kahlke has returned to
Chicago to resume her art studies.
.airs. . a. rorter and her sons,
George and Clyde, went to Chicago
Mrs. Willis Davis, of Montezuma
Iowa, is visiting her son, S. R. Davis,
1000 Fifteenth street.
Harry Repine has returned to Tern
in., io resume bis studies at St. Kede s
J. C- Thomson, of Wichita, Kas.,
is acting supreme secretary for the
order of Fraternal Tribunes, O. B
Thompson having resigned.
The Jolly Octavo Cinch club met at
the home of Miss June Cosner, in Mo
line, Thursday evening. The prizes
were won by Miss Evans anil John li.
Prof.; George B. Gookins. basso of
the Eighth Presbyterian church of
Chicago, will sing at the Broadway
Presbyterian church tomorrow even
J.- H. Gates, who was recently
transferred from Clinton, Iowa, to
this city, has resigned his position as
manager for the Postal telegraph
John 11. lianson leu oti a wagon on
Fortv-lifth street this morning, frac
turing two ribs in his left side. Dr.
J. De Silva attended him.
Harry Holdorf took an unexpected
dip in the old .Mississippi while play
ing on the ice near Twelfth street this
George Ohlweiler. while engaged iu
cutting ice, near .twelfth street, yes
terday afternoon, fell into the river.
He escaped without consequences.
Home Tribunal Eleetd Officers.
Home Tribunal No. 1, order of Fra
ternal Tribunes, at its meeting last
evening elected otticers for the ensu
ing year as follows:
Chief Tribune H. A. Weld.
Vice Chief Tribune Mrs. Achsah
Sergeant-at-Arms Clint Cash.
Secretary C. C. Roberts.
Treasurer M. 11. Sexton.
Guard Marvin Boardsley.
Sentinel C. A. Olson.
lioard of Trustees H. H. Robb, M.
E. Sweeney and Henry Kramer.
Mount Yl'hnt lie Snid.
"les, said Air. Jones, when a cer
tain girl'e name had been mentioned.
I know her ' to eponk to, but not by
"You mean, " cnt in tho prompt cor
rector "yon mean that you know ber
by Eight, but not to speak to. "
"Do I?" asked Mr. Jones anxiously.
"Of course you do. You have seen
her so often that you know who ehe is,
but have never been introduced to her.
Isn't that it:"
"No, that isn't it. I never saw her at
all to know her, but I speak to her
nearly eyery day. "
"How can that be?"
"She is the telephone girl at cen
tral. " Harper's Bazar.
The Coming; Woman
Who rroc3 to the club while herhus-
band tends the baby, as well as the
;ood old-fashioned woman who looks
after her home, will both at times get
run down in health. They will be in
trouble with loss of appetite, head-
acnes, sleeplessness, iainiinj; or uizzy
pefls. I he most wonderful remedy
for these women is Electric Bitters.
Thousands of sufferers from lame
back and weak kidneys rise up and
call it blessed. It is the medicine for
women. Female complaints and ner
vous troubles of all kinds are soon re
lieved by the use of Electric Bitters.
Delicate women should keep this rem
edy on hand to build up the system.
Only 00 cents per bottle. For sale by
uariz cc unemeyer.
The Ire Water Habit.
The ice water is said bv physicians
to be tne principal cause of the alarm
ing increase in kidnev diseases. The
earlier symptoms are backache, head
ache, indigestion, bail breath, tonffue
furred, a feeling of languor and indis
position to work, nervousness, etc.
These are but warninjrs and if heeded
at once and recourse is had to proper
remeuv ine uisease may i eliminated.
Bethesda is palatable, with no offen
sive odor or taste, and will surt-lv
relieve all these alarming conditions.
Sold onlv in sealed half-gallon bottles.
bv all druggists. Address, for book
let. A. M. Jones, president. Bethesda
Mineral Spring company, Waukesha,
Mr. S. A. Fackler. editor of the Mi-
canopv (Fla.) Hustler, with his wife
ami children, suffered terribly from
la grippe. One Minute Cough Cure
was the only remedy that helped
them. It acted quickly. Thousands
of others use this remedy as a specific
for la grippe, and its eli-Misting after
eriects. .Never tails : . ,le by T.
H. Thomas. A. J. Reiss and M. F.
Impossible to foresee an accident.
Not impossible to be prepareti for it.
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Monarch
over pain, tor sale by Marshall &
Beauty Is Dlood Deep.
Clean li!ood TaKina a clean Ktin. Kn
beauty without it. Casearets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your oood and keen it clean, bv
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im-
puniia trom tne oooy. imio to-day to
banish Dim Dies, boils. Llotchea. black headx.
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets. beauty for ten cents. All drat-
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 23c, 50c.
The first permanent military force in
England was the king's guard of yeo
men, established in 14S4.
One Large Scar
i'3 All That Remains of G;ea
Neighbors Could KM Scar to Leak
Upon Her A Grand, Complete
Cure by Heed's FarsaparlUa
After Others Fs.:iuJ.
"l was taken wii.n neuralgia in my
bead and eyes. Not long after this,
scrofula sore apjieared on my left cheek
extending from my upper lip to my eye,
Other sores came on my neck and on my
right arm and one of my limbs. They
were very troublesome and painful and
soon became erreat running sores. My
face looked so bad that some of my
neighbors cocld not bear to look at me
and advised me to wear a bandage, but I
fesred this would irritate tho sore and
make it worse. So I
Could Not Hide the Sores.
My niece, who was familiar with a cas
eimitar to mine, which had been cared by
Hood s Sarsap&rilla, urged me to try it
Finally I was persuaded to do so, and in
a short time I saw it was helping me,
The sores began to heal and the neu
ralgia in my bead was better. In a few
months the sores on my arms and limbs
all healed; those on my neck gradually
disappeared and now they are all gone,
I have never had any symptom of scrofula
since. One large scar on niy right arm is
all the sign that remains of my terrible
affliction. The neuraleria is also cured.'
MRS. J. M. HATCH, Etna, New Hampshire
9 H C
irVl 0 WIS3-
Is the best in f;ict the One True Blood Purifier,
Hnnd Pill are ,Iie oll'y riIls to take
iv?--- ' il l
Shoes Rest the Feet.
The famous "Jenness Mil
ler! Shoes were designed
expressely to meet the re
quirements of the natural
They lit the foot snugly, at
every part, and yet give free
play to all the joints and
Each ami every pair is
stamped with the facsimile
autograph of "Mrs. Jenness
Miller" without which none
We are sole agents for
these graceful hygienic
shoes for women for this
No other dealer has them
Try a pair am! en joy true
171i Second avtnue.
.John VsEk &,
Builders : : :
ALSO MAXfJ-ACTfllKKS OK
Sash, Doors, Blinds r.d Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Foor
ing ot AU Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished riate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311 to 3-J9 EU-'Meenth
WM. L. LUDOLPH,
ATTORNEY IT LAW
Money to Loan. Gt. rI Legal Business,
i Notary Public 1705 Second Avenue, Bulord
AXTET BOARDERS, AT 701 POCRTH
Asrrn -competent servaxtgirl
at SW Twentieth street.
TAXTEP A COOK WITH REFERENCES
at 1010 second avenue.
TATED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at iiUC Fourth avenue.
11TAXTED A t:lRL. ABOUT 13 YEAR;
old. at Sll Teaih street. Call alier 6
WASTED-PCriLS WISHING TO TAKE
private lessors in daccinfr can do so by
enquiring at -JT10 Fifth avenue. Jones.
WANTED BOARDERS: CHOICE ROOMS
with cas. bath, hot water he-it. at 736
Seventeenth street. Prices reasonable.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY AT 31 10 FIFTH
avenue, one diuins; room pirl and one
d h washer.
1 V7" A NTED-- M A N TO DISTRIBI'TE CIR-
T culars and samples: ." per l OrtO: pay ad
vanced: exjerienoe nnneessary: permanent.
Union AdvertisiaK company. Philadelphia.
WANTED CIRCULAR AND SAMPLE
distributors: f per 1,0H: pay advanced:
permanent: experience unnecessary. Union
Advertising company, Itothsehild building,
"1 XT A NTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
T T Inland to tase orders tor the celebrated
Singer sewing machine A No. I contract
ftiven to rirht parties. . Call on or uddress the
Sinirer M mufacturlnir company, 417 Harrison
street, Davenport, Iowa.
V A NTED A tl t'.NTS TH E EXCLUS I V E
I county agency for one of the Kreatest
selling iiriieies put on the market in years.
Sells itself. Any live aceut can make from
to -s per day. Call on or address Thomas Small,
corner Seventh uvcr.ue and Thirtieth street.
7ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
1! monds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest, cash prices
paid for second hand poods of ail kinds also.
The above Roods for sale at half the usual
store prices. Ali business transactions strictly
confidential. His new cumber and location.
ItiU Second aveaiw. Don t forget It. J. W
Jones. Two rinses on 1347.
T7OR SALE TWO fiOOD BUILDING LOTS
80slrt feet, near C, R. 1 it P. depot,
UOR SALE TWONICEIIOMF.S ON THIRD
X avenue, one fcion the other l.pi0: paving
paid lor. inquire at luu iniru avenue.
CIOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM
JC All kinds of fruit: pood buildings; near
town. A bargain for some one if laneii soon.
Gordon & Bowman.
rlOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE 40-ACRE
1 farm ne.ir town. Lots of friiit. To be
sold cheap to settle an estate. Hure Is a bar
train cheap for cash. No trade Gordon &
1.1CR SALS COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
m: or J uasneis or over at ez.so per ton, ae
Jtrered C. O. D. to an? partof the olty. J,eve
r'er at Commorcial bouse barbershop, Rook
wand, or rJio j ames, Milan.
tjlOR SALE CHEAP LOTS IN M'MAS
A: ters addition, old baseball grounds. These
lots will be sold from r4io uDward: small
amount down, baiance on long time at 6 per
cent. Re'd; Bros., room 4, Mitchell & Lynde
TfOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
X with about 60 different, slides, suitable for
PHufr lfval blanks or any description of parers
'n uat form to be Kept in rhnpd lor writing.
A comprehensive index connected. Just the
thing for any otlce wtth contracts, etc., to
ni;?. Address ri. k. u.. care of tui A suns.
TT'OR KENT FURNISHED ROOM. WITH
-L steam he:it and all conveniences. Inquire
at iwii second avenue.
TTIOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM SITITA
X ble for two gemlenien: btated: with or
without board: at -S!Xt Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT 7-ROOM BOUSE WITH ALL
modern conveniences, 110J Seventeenth
street. Inquire at 1 106 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT THE STANDARD CLUB
rooms. Suitable for lodze meetings, so
cial gatherings or dnncing parties. Kent rea
sonable. Steam heat. Krell & Math.
OR RENT THE STORE. 2-J3 SEVEN
teenth street, formerly occupied s har
ness sliop. t,ood location tor any kind oi busi
ness. Inquire cf F. W. Sauerman. U-'I tAgU-
IOST-A HUNC H OF KEYS. KINDER
i return to A i;t:s oritce and receive re-
"CV)UND A HUNCH OF KEYS ON SECOND
-I avenue ami Seventh street Owner cn
have same by calling at Atturs office and pay-
rflRANOE AND BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
-- magnetic healer now located at Sixth
street. Satisfaction guaranteed. ITivate and
coulidenti-d letters answered.
TONEY TO IX) AN CHATTEL MORT-
1." A gaire loans by W. II. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty
HFXP WANTED LADIES TO MAKE
bandaccs at home for large surgical
house. Earn 10 weekly. t-nclise addressed
stainoed envelope for reply. Marshall &. Co.,
isrookiyn, r. 1 .
RT LESSONS FOK CHILDREN MON
mas cifts and decorations taught and m:ul to
order. Free hand and meehauicl drawing:
also designing taught evenings. Water colors
for sale. Paintings renovated Laces done
up like new. Miss B. Plait, art teacher, h-U
i wenty-tnira street.
TERSONAL THE CELEBRATED LIFE
A. reader and palmist has just closed two
months business at Moline and hs located in
his city at 512 r if teenth street. Hours It to 9.
AVitbout the aid of any man. am?el. tnmtor
cevii. l reari rrom your nana every trouiue.
doubt cr fear. hoie or despair: I give nines in
full, dates and facts in detail, and never ask a
question. Ladifs. SO cents: gentlemen, tl. if
satisfactory, otherwise free. I teach palmis-
ry for professional purposes.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payers of the state are main-
aining a fund by popular suoscription from
which is offered a
Reward of $200
By the nndersigned association for the arrest
and conviction of any incendiary in any of the
PROPERTY OWNERS FIRE ASSCCI ATION.
Rock Inland. Ll
Dr. William-' Indin Pil.
o.otmeut wi. "ure lliiiul
Bleeding ant. iLchinit
aw Pllt s. it uDsoros tu tumars.
allays tho itching at once, acts
as a Doultice. pivr Instant re
lief. Dr. V.'iliiams'IndianPileOint
ment is nre pared for Pllesand Itch-
In? of th-j private parts. Every box Is
warranted. Bv druggist, by m11 on re
ceipt of price. SO cents and f I.OO. WILLIIMS
KaUFCTURlK3 CO.. Props.. CleveUad. Ohio.
Sold bj M F. Banhsen druggists
Hur to lt Yo-itrtfui Col.r. f
Pivvf nU I urtttl rtl hair t.uin
: f mt irrrr1- .
Wili Give AwaylFree of Charge
tiil with vnn. we will,
vou a set of these beautiful Sad Irons with each f 25 purchase.
THE SAD IRONS
have Asbestos Lined Covers whiiS keeps the handle and
your hand cool and comfortable. They are no clap-trap
cheap article no shoddy picture book nor worthless jjini
crack. They are worth2, and the good they will do you
are worth ten times $2.
m. i ri riiinn
CHE TRIAL EDTTLE
Manrprpnrmtioni intended to taatitiry tha oomrlxinn bar fniJod. nine thry do nni prodao m J
no ftTect oa t - liociius tti Misses livlt n CoinpiezHta Tonio hs nurh an eOVct. it a
sticceeti wnern au nn-ii cosiuiics irivnriuiilr
Bell. tii eminent fiuploxiuu 5pecmlim. of No.
ininnritte. whicii tiu Mood lnrcri o tho Kurfacis
wberuver applied. iTeckies, pmiploa. biackucutt.
, rT. 1
THE EULL. 78 Fiftb Hvcaue. New York City.
"The Misses Hell's Complexion Tonic, Complexion Soap, Skin andFood
Depilo are for sale by all druggists."
The Elixir of
Have You Got II?
It not, consult
Who Has Cured
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
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WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult us. We
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OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE REST. Tho iniiii
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In both medical and surgical cases is proof conclusive hat our advanced methods cure
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regain your lost health. There Is a staze In every disease thut can be cured. Jliive
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FINE TAILOIUJSU .
A few notes iarding full goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are borne prices we quote: Fall" novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, $20, f TJ, f2o and up. Tho
prices in the fj.II trousers range from $5. $5 60, f, $6.50 and
upward. Come in and see our fine line.
JOHN M. PARIDOV.
Shop 413 Seventeenth St.
& BARBER I
A set of Asbestos Sad
Irons, worth $2. Our
stoek was never larjrer
or more complete.
Clean, Fresh " Goods
that you can buy at
low cost." In order to
advertise our good
and prices, and jret
for a limited time onlv, Ce
have a set.
As Exterasl Tontc Applied t3 the
Skin. Beaatiiies it as by Maeic.
A Woman was the Inventor.
fail. This grot remedy. 1iscovrr'
"i hy tho MtMMfrtR
ity, enrrion olf mli
ti mm viiuhr.tni; 4
74 tifth Avenue. TSevr York
of th loil-. It in exhilarati
ninth pntehon. wrick lew. liver ieta. roughness, .
n.linui. niul wn nt imi i1itnnlii.r I'tnl !, mm lui.1'
comen nft nd rimy a baby "n.
The Mirtnns Itoll will this month ciro to nil rrho
cl t their parlor. a free trial tiottle 1 1 heir i 'urn
plosion Ton ir. Thou who live at a cliMutu-t may
bavoa free liottle by tending '2S cents in Hnvrr or
rttaoxpn to covr the cost of parking anil drluonnj:.
The price of thi wonderful tonio ia Out) Dollar a
The Misos HelVa new Vook, Secrets of Iteauty,1
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rid of ouperiluoua hnir on the nck and irmi with
out injury to tho ekin. This valuable book will be
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j corujaiiy aolicited. Address,
Life is Health
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Late of Chlcano, former
ly Surteon4n'KJhief of St.
Anthony s hottpttnl.
Diseases Pronounced Incura-
We Are Busy
AU the Time
Now is the time to have youi
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
be a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to see you. Ssarcely
any annoyance and ho quickly
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810. S12. 314 TWENTIETH BT,
1 803 Second Ave
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