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THE AEGTJS,- TDESDATFEBBtfAKT 7. 1899.
8EXT0WS B0DYAT CHICAGO.
If you ire young you nat
urally appear so.
If you are old, vby ap
Keep young inwardly; we
will look after the out
wardly. You need not worry longer
about those little streaks of
gray; advance agents of age.
will surely restore color to
gray hair; and it will also
give your hair all the wealth
and gloss of early life.
Do not allow the falling of
your hair to threaten you
longer with baldness. Do not
be annoyed with dandruff.
U'e will send you our book
on the Hair and Scalp, free
Wrlto to thm Doctor.
If you do not obtain all the hene
fit you experted from the use of
the Vliror. write tho doctor about it.
rrobahlv there Is come difficulty
with root general ay-atem which
maw b easily remored.
AddreM. DK. J. C. ATER.
Kfttate of John Powell, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of tbe estate of John
Howell, late of tbe county of Kock
Island, atate of Illinois, deceased, hereby
Kivcs notice that be will appear before the
conn ty court of liocic Island county, at tbe
county court room, iu tbe city of Kock Island,
at tbe March term, on tbe tint Monday
in March next, at wbk-b time all per
bona harinir claims airuinst aaid eatate ure
notified and requested to attend, tor tbe pur
pose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to aaid estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated ibis 1th day of January. A. D. 1S99.
V. 11. ki.vn.EK, Administrator.
Estate of Henry Harrison, deceased.
The undersigned, bavinir been appointed
tulmiiiistratrix with Mill annexed of tbe es
tate of Henrv Harrison, late of tbe coun
ty of Kock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby irtves notice that she will ap
pear before tbe county court of Rock Island
county, at tbe county court room, in tbe city
of Kock Island, at tbe April term, on tbe
first Monday in April next, at which time
all persons having claims against aaid estate
are notitled and requested to attend, for tbe
purpose of having tbe same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated this Slst day of Januarv, A. D.
Maky A. Hakkisos, Administratrix with nil
Katate of Kmma Johnson, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutor of the estate of tbe lust, will and
testament of Emma Johnson, late of tbe
county of Kock Island, state of lllinom.
deceased, hereby gives notice that be will
appear before tbe county court of Rock
Island county, at tbe county court room, in
the city of Kock IMand. -. the April
term, on the first Monday In Atiril next.
at wblcb time all persons bivli gel umsagainst
aaid estate are notitled and requested to at
tend, ror tne purpose or having tbe same ad
justed. All persons indebted to aaid estate
are requested to make lmmedia'-e payment
to tne unaersigneu.
Dated tbla -tub day of Januarv. A. D. lf9.
S R. Kenwortby and Jackson & Hurst,
State of Illinois, t
Rock Island County, t
In the t'Tcuit i ouru In chancery. Par
tition, general No. !".
Ja!Hjt Simmon vs. Ixiuisa DeUenbach. Cfc.n '.f s
Simmon. C atherine ilsoo. latzabeth t be
nev. llnrv J. Simmon, and (ieoree 11. ts.m
num. Peter f. sunmou. and Harrison H.
stmmon iu tneir own iwat and as trustees
for Harry r leener. litrorce Flecner. Tiliie
Kleener. and Willie Fieener under the
will of Phillip Simmon, deceased, and Maria
I- Darl'ng. C vntbi M Simmon. Harry Kiee
r.er. lieorge r ieeuer. Tiiiie Fieener and Wil
1 e Fieener.
Notice i hereby pi von that by virtue of a
dei-ree of sid court, entered In the above n
lil'ed cause, on the seventeenth day of Jn
ii ry. A. 1. 1:'J. 1 shall, on Saturday, the eigh
teenth of day of February. A.D. trW. at tbe hour
I two clock in the afternoon, at the east
tio.r of tbe court bouse, in the city of hock
Island, in said county of Kock Island, as di
rected bv aaid decree, sell at public auction to
the bigbest and best bidder for cash in band a
certain parcel of land, situate in tbe county
of Kock Island and state of Illinois, known
ami descr.bed as follows, to-wit:
The southeast quarter sj) of section six W
In township sixteenth north range one il)
west of tbe fourth tltbl principal meridian, in
Kock Island county. Illinois.
Dated at Kock Ulaod. Illinois this eigh
teenth day of January. A. D. !.
, El.WI! E. PARMI.mU,
Waaler In Chancery, Kock Island t ountv. IU.
S. R Kemvortbt.
Jackson & IIckst.
. f "mDlalnaat's Solicitor.
Contains no cocaine,
mercury ror any
other in j oxious drug.
It Is qnirkly Ab
sorbed. Give lie-
tbe "N'aesJ Paaoaffg. Allays inflammation.
Heal and Protects the Membrane. Re
stores U Sense of Taste and Smell. Full
Size 50e; Trial Size 10c at Druggists or by
Grand Army Men Escort It to the Dead
Vrtenn i Jaie Home.
Chicago. Feb. ".The body of the late
Colonel James A. Sexton arrived at Cm
cago last night from Washington. It
is accompanied by Mrs. Sexton and ber
son William. The body was met at the
station Jpy a large number of Grand
Army men. who escorted the remains to
the Sexton home. The funeral, which
will be under the auspices of the Grand
Army, is set for tomorrow. Tbe body
will lie in state a few hours tomorrow
in Memorial ha.ll. in the public library
building, which is the headquarters of
the Grand Army posts in Chicago. The
funeral services will be held there, and
the final interment be at Graceland
cemetery. -The body will be cremated.
Philadelphia, Feb. 7. A general order
relating to the death of Colonel Sexton,
commander-in-chief cf the Grand Army
of the Republic, was issued from the
G. A. R. headquarters yesterday, which.
after eulogizing the dead veteran, says
"We honored ourselves when we hon
ored him, and now that he has been
called to the silent bivouac of the dead
leV all comrades join in paying fitting
tribute to-his memory. Department
"headquarters and post headquarters
and charters will be draped. ar,d nation
al department and post colors placed in
mourning (two streamers of crepe sev
en feet long, twelve inches wide and at
tached to ferrule below spearheads), and
Yiational department and post officers
will wear the badge of mourning for
sixty days from date of his death.
Fatal Hallway Collision.
Imlay City. Mich.. Feb. 7. Follow
ing is a list of th? casualties resulting
from the collision of two passenger
trains on the Chicago and Grand Trunk
yesterday: Killed Engineer Fairbanks
of the went-bound train; Edward Reid
of I-eriox. Mich., mail clerk cf west
bound train: Thomas Stuart, of Lan
sing, mail clerk, east-bound train. In
jured Knglneer Mahan. of the east
bound train; several ribs broken;
Burns, of Lapeer, passenger on east
bound train, leg broken; Ripley White,
of Lapeer, passenger on east-bound
train, ankle bruised: English,
trathroy. Or.t,. slightly bruised; Chas.
Stambough. mail clerk, leg broken.
Alabama grc Freezing in Illinois.
St. Louis. Feb. 7. The negrces whose
importation from Alabama caused the
battle at Virden, Ills., a few months
ago, in which several miners were killed,
are .freezing and starving in a graders'
camp on the Mobile and Ohio railroad
near Cahokla. Their condition is so des
perate that at a meeting of the St. Clair
county boaad of supervisors Supervisor
C. W. Droit asked that relief be ex
tended by the county. The work of
grading is finished and there Sf ems noth
ing- for the unfortunate negroes to do
but get back to the south the best way
Lieutenant Governor Is on Duty.
Springfield, Ills.. Feb. 7. Lieutenant
Governor Northcott is on duty at the
executive office at the state house.
where he will remain until the return of
Governor Tanner from Hot Springs,
where he has gone to recuperate from
Ms recent attack of the grip. Senator
Warder will preside ever the senate dur
ing the time that Lieutenant N'orthcott
is performing the duties of governor.
Charged with Forgery.
New York. Feb. 7. Walter H. Wilbur.
of Clinton, la., was arrested here on the
charge of forgery alleged to have been
committed on banks in Clinton. Wilbur
is also accused of passing forged checks
In South Rend, Ind.. and Atlanta. Ga.
He arrived here several days In com
pany with a young woman from St.
Paul. Minn. Wilbur agreed to return to
Iowa without extra-lit on.
Capture of Ten Postal Robbers.
El Reno, O. T., Feb. 7. The biggest
organized band of postal robbers ap
prehended in recent years was taken in
yesterday by Postotfice Inspectors Bee-
be and Styce, assisted by Deputy United
States Marshals Fossett and Tilghman.
The robbers are ten in number.
The Weathar We Hay Eipect.
Washington. Feb. 7. Following are tha
weather Indications for twenty-four honra
from 8 p. m. yesterday: For Indiana. Illi
nois and Lower Michigan Fair, continued
cold weather: northerly winds. For Upper
Michigan and Wisconain Fair, continued old
weather; light to fresh westerly wind. For
Iowa -Fair, continued cold weather; north
Official Proceeding of Last Nlght'a City
City Council lioom, .Rock Island,
Feb. 6. The Council met in regular
semi-monthly session at 8 p. m., Mayor
Mexlill presiding; and all the alder
men present except Winter and Mauck
e-r. The Clerk read tbe minutes of the
last regular and subsequent special
mit-ting, which were approved. Of
ficers reports for the month of Janu
ary were read ami ordered placed on
Al!erman Wheelan, from the finance
committee, reported an ordinance,
which was unanimously atlopted, al
lowing bills out of the various funds
LABOR PAY ROLL. I
Gus. Bruhu 2 "i
M. Kelly 7 DO
A. franks 7 !'."
J. Cramer 10 00
J. Thompson 1 CO
(Jeo. liillier 7 50
Wm. Beatty - 8 63
Wui. U lirieu 4 50
C. Harson 7 50
Geo. Anderson .... 6 55
Jas. Kane 6 40
J. Wheelan : 2 25
S ru. Glass 8 05
Geo. Ohge 9 55
D. Kelly 7 70
Wm. Muriiu 7 50
IL Nielnd 9 40
A. Brady 7 50
M. Breeu 6 00
P. McQuade 6 00
M. Bender . , 6 00
N. Crulm b oo
K. O Donald 6 Oo
P. .Mcllugti 6 00
J. llaffy 6 tio
J. Ferry 7 70
Wm. Koai he 6 oo
Averett 6 00
C 00 5 25 9 00
S 00 11 00 12 00
4 6 J
J. Haley 6 00
Henry Joye J.
A. von Oale
L. Stroband 6 00
L,. Marshall 6 00
P. lemenke 5 25
F. G"Kenheinrer .. 6 oo
B. Koache 6 15
E. Schieberl 6 00
Wm. Graser 6 20
A. Saniuelson .... tj oo
T. Slattery 6 no
J. Jamison 6 00
J. Coinads 6 00
J. Von Dale
P. Vonde Putte ..
6 00 & 25
4 50 8 25
4 50 a 45
H. Von Dale 4 50 8 25
A. Cavle 2 25 8 25
Wm. McCarty 4 50 6 75
A. Redman 4 50 6 55
S. Floener 73
J. 1 a hen 4 80 4 20
M. .loiies 6 00
M. Kelly 3 00
Dan Kane 3 75
Hy Franks 4 50
U. Kellv - is ar.
J. Wheelan c 75
J. Marrow 3 00
H. IlnlpprlDC l So
r. Lillet 75
P. -McHueh 4 r,i
E. I). Lookinbill ..
Labor Pay Roll
Labor Pav Roll ...
Labor Pay Roll '. '.
Labor Pay Roll
Labor Pay Roll
Kdwardn & Walsh Construction Co .
City of Rock Island ,
Labor Pay Roll 275 45
Labor Pay Roll - "xo -,
Labor Pay Roll . i? m
Labor Pay Roll 27 0"
Raymond Lead Co 81 47
. 31 25
. 29 75
. 45 75
. 21 15
. 7 15
. 1 0
J. Volk Co
Add y it on P. S. Co ,
Chicago. Hoi k Island & Pacific R y ....
Coal Valley Mining Co
SECOND WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor ay Roll
Harper & Robinson
J. B. Johnson
Harper House Co
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. Feb. 6.
Following were the quotations on the
Uoara of lrade today
Jno. Furlong ..
W. D. Butler ...
F. Von Houte ..
E. Schieberl ...
T. F. Burke ....
Mra. A. Tegeler
J. P. Comegya
3 3 60
Paul Thlessen 110 00
Barhmann tc Co.
J. & M. Rosenneld
Chlcigo. liar'L A Quincy Tr. 4t Ex .Co.
J. & M. Roaenheld
Ed. Wagner --
Eatate P. I. Mitchell. Deceased
City of Rock Island
Mrs. M. Goodman
Adams Wall Paper Co
Peoples Power Co
Rock Island Argus
E. Lamp ' "
.. 10 3 00
May $ .72
Short It lbs
September .. 5.30
ies. 18(xl8Hc per lb
$ .71'.4 $ .72S
10.02i 10.17 10.02 10.15
5.92 6 97
5.20 5.12 5.17
5.32 5.25 6.30
extra dairies. 160
16c: fresh packing stock. lOfrllc. Eeca
Fresh stock. 1717c per doz. Dressed
poultry Turkeys. Sllc per lb: chick
ens. 8C9c: ducks. 668c: sreese, 5t7c.
Potatoes Common to choice. 33 it 40c
per bu. Sweet Potatoes Illinois, tl.00
61.75 per bbl. Apples Common to fan
cy. I2.0C34.O0 per bbl. Cranberries
Wisconsin bell and bugle, J5.006.25.
Chicago Lira Stock.
Hops Kstimated receipts for the day,
39.000; sales ranged at S3.153.55 for
pigs. J3.5063.72 for light. $3.503.60 for
rough packing. I3.ao43.0 for mixed,
and S3.6063.85 for heavy packing- and
shipping1 lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts for the day. 14.500; best grades
ruled steady, other lots weak; quota
ble at Jo. 56 6.10 choice to extra steers.
S4.4505.15 good to choice do.. S4.2C(g4.70
for fair to good. 4. 50 common to
medium do.. S3.90O4.10 butchers' steers,
4. 10550 fed western steers. S3.25S4G0
feeding- steers. S2.0094.10 cows. S2.609
4.85 heifers. S2.50474.25 bulls, oxen and
tags. S3.3C&4.80 Texas steers, and $4.00
r7.25 veal calves. Sheep and Lamb?
Estimated receipts for the day. 20.CC0;
quotations ranged at S3.1064.30 west
erns. S2-S54.40 natives, and S3.8265.00
S MUaiikM OraJm.
Milwaukee. Feb. 6.
Wheat Steady; No. 1 northern. 72e;
Xo. 2 northern. c. Oat" Steady.
2930c. Rye Lower: No. 1. 56c. Bar
ley ISeady; No. 2, 62c; sanapl. 0c
w A rtarlinr
City of Kork Island
SEVENTH WARD SIDEWALK.
Rock island Mr. .. .
W. A. Parling .VV"
T. J. Mfdill. Jr
A. P. Huesing
C. B. Marshall
J. B. Johnson
H. B. Simmon
A. D. Huesing clerk hire
J. H. Pender
M. F. Archer
Wm. Ryan -
H. A. Lohse
H, K Baker
Chicago. Bur'I. Quincy Tr. ft Ex. Co.
G. W. Aster Co
J. ft M. Roaen field
American Condensed Horse Feed Co...
Smith ft House
O. W. Caah ft Son
Rock Iland Lb'r ft Mfg. Co
J. H. Pender
Younr ft McComba
Mrs. M. J. PhUlipa
F. A. Leithner
Rock Inland Steam Laundry
Kramr ft Co.
Joa. Sehroeder ,
United States Exprea Co
3 f 0
GET A' FREE SAMPLE
jfW M mm j-fc
AND GET WELL.
They are a Guaranteed Cure for all KIDNEY TROUBLES.
The manufacturer of KID-NE-OIDS has such absolute faith in the efficiency of this WONDERFUL
REMEDY that he has arranged to GIVE EVRY SUFFERER from KIDNEY TROUBLE a sample of
Kid-ne-oids ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE.
You Have Kidney Trouble!
IF YOU SUFFER FROM PAINS IN THE SIDE,
IF YOUR BONES ACHE,
IF YOUR VISION IS IMPAIRED,
IF YOU HAVE LOSS OF APPETITE,
IF YOUR HANDS OR FEET SWELL,
IF YOU HAVE PAINS IN THE BACK.
Get a Sample of Morrow's Kid-ne-oids and Get
5,000 SAMPLES TO BE GIVEN AWAY.
Only ONE SAMPLE to each applicant,
will be GIVEN AWAY to all who call between 9 a. m., and 9 p. ni.,
Friday, February 10, 1899.
Cor. 4th Ave. and 20th St. ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.
For Rats, Mice. Roaches,
IT'S A KILLER.
AAxr eating-, all ottbus kei water and th. opem ale
Hcsct du kjUrx is tb. aaoat dMahr en farth.
Far Sad by n Dratgztats. Prfca, IS Ccaisv
EEVTOH lUCTlCTUBIIG I CEZXICiL CO,
9i WBHua Street. New Yark.
Peoples Power Co
J. D. Collier
G. W. Newberry
G. W. Cash ft Son
Conl Valley Mining Co.
Kmpire Coal Co
Smith & House
Mrs. M. Egan
K E. Ijimp
Peoples Power Co
Hansgen ft Sou
Chicago. Bur'I & Qc'y Tr. ft Ex. Co.
Mrs. M Repine
Peeples Power Co
J. Muleahy - .
'. .) Rainsklll
R. C. Benson
Coal Valley Mining Co.
J. T. Shields
Mrs. M. Paulsi-n
Lal-or Pay Roll
J. A. Murrln
E. K. Servls
M. E. Murrin
Gait Graham .
Jas. McNeills '.
Coal Valley Mining Co
A l. Huesing
Intcmast Boiler Comp. Co
Citv of Rock Island
J. B. Claw fc Son
Pcnn Rfiring Co.
Hiamond Compound Co
J. II. Stuhr
P.aker Ar Knox
E. A. Rounds ,
Win. K locks u
2nd Ward Side Walk Account ..
Office Aceount .4
7th Ward Side Walk Account ...
Fire Department No. 1
Fire Department No. 5
Fire Department No. 3
Water Works Expense Account ...
Water Works Construction Account.
. 992 5
Total K.57I 48
Previous to the pastipe of the orWi-
liaiK-e a uiu ot tne I'eopie s i-ower c-.
fir ,IKVi.ns was nlkvvei and ordered
att.ichexJ to the ordinance. A bill of
K. E. Ian'r was referred to the sewer
AMenuio IMeuer, from the fire and
light committte, reported recoromend-
iniT a combination of lo4 low lights
anl 45 b:irh lig-hts on eight Towers for
the lighting' of the city streets for a
period of five years; that the lig-hting
be every night except the three moou-
li ht lights, ami not on the Philadel
phia fickedii-le; and that the con-truct
bo awarded to the People Power '."o.
according to its bid, whidh amounts to
$13,024 jer year. A recess was taken
to ixamine locations of towers on a
map of the city, and on reesseiublinf?
locations of three towers were chang
ed so as tc be as follows:
In First Ward Corner Sixth avenue
and Fifth street.
In Second Ward Corner Fifth ave
nue and Eleventh street.
In Thin! Watd Corner Eighth ave
nue and Fourteenth street.
Iu 1'ourlh Ward Corner .Ninth ave
nue and .Nineteenth street.
In Fifth ard Corner Sixth avenue
and Twenty-second street.
Jn Sixth Ward Corner Eighth ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
Seventh Ward Corner Fourteenth
avenue and Thirty-sixth street; cor
ner Sixth avenue and Forty-secouu
The report was adopted by a vote of
11 to 1 il.ar.;.
Alderman lUeuer oiTered a resolu
tion awarding- the contract for lirjui
iiii tne city streets for live years to
l!ie People's Power Co. l'asj-j-J bv
uiiii minows xjte.
The C-erk red a commtiniet tion
frr in the Central Union Telephone
lev have to recl two poles on Ninth
aei:: e i.eiweeii Eighth and Ninth
srreete. I:. 'erred to the Street and
The Clerk read a communication
from W. A. Robb and others asking
H-i iiiissioi to add another story to the
building, No. 23 VI Fourth avenue. Pe
t irt ion granted on motion of Alderman
J he Clerk read a communication
from the Tri-City Railway Co. asking
an extension of its street rnilwav fran
ehises for a period of 25 years from
date. Kef erred to the Street and
the clerk reaI a conimiinioa .ion
from the Tri-City Labor Cbngrews, per
ii. E foTgan, secretary, asking that
no action or the 6treet railway fran-
chi!-.s be had until after the next
r.ieeting- of the Labor Congress, Feb.
Z. Peceived and placed on file, an
n.ni ion of Alderman Johnson.
The Clerk Tead a petition of Rhall-l-erg
Tropp and other property
l:.lt;eis against allowing railway
tracks-, above Fortieth street on Third
avenue. IJeferred to the street and
Ihe Clerk read a communication
irom the City Clerk of J'.loomington
projcing amendments to tbe act
providing for municipal boards of
lol-al improvements, by making it ap
ply to cities of 50,000 inhabitant in-
kteud of 25,000 as now. Kef erred to
the Ordinance Committee and the
llayor, on motion of Ardernran Whee
lan. Alderman Johiaf-on moved that the
riiei.ix Bridge Co. be temporarily per-;
mitted to store derricks, etc., on
Kiglitl. street and First avenue. Car
ried. (Alderman Aster offered a petition
for leave to erect a warehouse on the
levee betwn Seventeenth anil Kigh
tenlh ktreets and First avenue, for
the use of the Diamond Jo Packet Co.
Referred to the Street and Alley Com
mittee. Alderman Soderstrom ottered a res
olution for a water main extension on
Forty-fourth street south to Four
teenth avenue. Referred to the Water
The Mayor asked authority for the
Mayor ami Park Committee to havj
plinis made for beautifying the Twin
Parks with a lioirlevard, etc. Alder
man Johnson moved that the Mayor
and I'ark Committee ! 'authorized to
draft plans, and submit the same to
the Council. Carried.
Alderman Wheelan movi d that the
Mayer be authorized to purch'.ise 2(10
copies in )iH'r of 1!. F. Tillinghast's
book "Kock Island Arsenal in Pea-c
and War," and 100 co-pies iu cloth.
Passed by uiutni ntous vote.
Adjourned on motion of Alderman
John-son. A. 1). 11 iieRin-.
Tickets sold by . . .
Feb. 6 to 12 Inclusive.
NEW ORLEANS 527.30.
RETURN LIMIT FED. 28, '99.
Itock Island, Feb. 4, 180!). To the
Editor of Tiik Ainii s: To a casual
observer it would seem that if tho
Rock Island Lunilier company sin
cerelv desires to stay at this point
any lenjrth of time for the benefit of
anybody, the old yards abandoned by
Mill B, bounded by Twenty-fourth and
Twenty-fifth streets and Third and
Fourth avenues, are much closer to
Mill A situated at the foot of Twenty
sixth street, than the yard room
bought by lien T. Cable on Fifth ave
nne, Imunded bv Twenty-ciirhth and
Twenty-ninth streets. Any one can
pee for himself, that the corner of
Twenty-fourth street and Fourth ave
nne isn't as-far (if that can le leased)
irom Mill A at the foot of Iwenty
sixth as the yard, corner of Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-ninth street. Re
spectfully, " F. A. IIaneke.
La grippe is again epidemic. Every
precaution should be taken to avoid
t. its ppecihe cure is tine Minute
Congh Cure. A. J. Sheperd, pub-
iisner or the Asrncultural journal and
Advertiser, Elden, Mo., says: "Xo
one will be disappointed in uin One
Minute Cough Cure for la grippe."
Pleasant to take, quick to act. For
sale bv T. IL Thomas, A. J. Ucissand
M. F. Babnsen. drue-irists.
Bean 1 7 la Dlood Deep.
Clean blrw-wt mo.ni o olean akin. No
beauty without it. Caacarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean vonr n'nori and keen it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all iro
poritiea from the body. Hegin to-day to
banish pimples, boil, Llotchen, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Caacarets. beant-r for ten cents. All d rue-
gists, satisfaction guaraateed, 10c, 25c, 50c j
nnniLLiAMS'pBi i q
W hi A SCRE RELIEF TO WOMAN for
all troubles peculiar to her set tVSenrt ly
mail or from our A?ent. SI.OO per box.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props., CLEVELAND, CK!3.
For sale by M. F. Uabosen. druggist..
HOTT'S PEHHYROYAL PILLS
Thry orereom WetkncM, frrrtr'i
mnti hmnUto pina of i-rit?npti "
tiun " ai ,fe Mv-rH
totrirlpftt woman hKi. uulnrj
-loptnint of orrann n4 htj .
Icn.'wa rnmvtiy for nm,n
-m. annot rtn Imrrn III.-
;.X.niii ilranr-. kftl
BfOl T CHEMICAL C0-i..lw .
For sale by M. F. Huhaitca. drutfUt.
t New OrJeanMSrid Moi.rc
Boit llral'ed trains. ei i i
pi:d with el'Kftoce. runnii.tf
on fat lime. One f-re
round trln tirbei f mm f I li-
elnnatl snd tbe North on fcule dally. Feb. !
l.l. r-wu until r cu. io return. AlHO to lirr
iniiiKhin, Alia , on Mame datex A t: iivhh-
tHfti, Gen. I'Ska. Agl., Cinclunsti, O.