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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. FEBBtJARY 16. 1899.-
McCASKRLN & McCASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
SMt Mud and Milan. Rock Island oBm
over Krell Maths store. Milan ole on
il c ooaasxxT. - o. oowvkixr
' CONNELLY A CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Mosey loaned. Offlee oer Thomas;
store, corner 01 ecwou u
taenia street. .
Attorneys at Law.
Offloe In Rock Island National Bank Build
LUDOIJ'II & KKVNOLD.
Attorney st Law.
umuIosd General lral biislneas. Nc-
loa? w joan. v. enue, Buford
. D. 9WBSMCT.
C. t. WALK SB.
SWF.KNKY & WALKEK.
Attorneys sod Counsellors St Law.
OOoe In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEABLE,
Counsellor st law. Office In court house.
McENIRY & McENIEY.
Attorneys at Law.
Ixn money on rood security: make conee
6ns Referenee"MltcheUAt.yn'a, bankers.
Office, Mitchell Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT, ,
Commercial and criminal law. Room 4,
MltcbeU A Lynde building.
ALEX II. UDDERS,
A ttorney and Counsellor at Law
Mouft to loan. Notary Public. Room SI,
Mitchell & L.yniie buildm.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 13ff7. Offlce. 8M Twentieth
street. Offlce hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and
! w p. m. Sunday. 8:30 to - m.; 1:30 to
t p. m.
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office 1W7 Second avenue. RestdeneeSOO
wenty-fourth street. Telephone 1110 Office
hours from lu to 12 a. m: 2 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m, Sundays W to lu a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, alw diseases of eye. ear. nose ana
throat. Oflice hours-SCW to 12 a. m.,1 to 4 p.
m. SJl Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
J. K. BOBKHART. If- D . . .
. . . MRS. HADA M. BURKHART. Bf. D.
DRS. BURKHART & BURKI1ART,
Offlee Tremann block. Offlce hours 8 to 12
a. m.. 1 to and 7 to o p. m. rhone No. 4UK.
Rock Island, 111. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlce between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth ire et. Offlce hour: it to 11a.m..
Z to 4 p.m. and 7 to i p.m. Nt;ht calls from
offlce. 1'hone 40M.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All disease of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Sunrical operations per
formed in a Hcientitlc manner. Do its treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence.
1WS6 Fifth avenue. Telephone I on 1367. Offlce
and Infirmary, mi.vinli Fifth avenue (James
Maucker a stable), opposite No. 1 tire bouse.
DU. N. K. STEEN.
Cenlto Urinary Surgeon.
Specialty Diseases cf the blood, nerves,
kin. bladder, kidneys and disease of women.
Hours: 10 to 12. i to 4. to X. Sundays 10 to 12.
Southwest comer Harrison and Second
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
DR. E. V.. MOREY,
Uoma'palhic Physician and Surgeon.
Offlce: Mitchell Lynde building. Hours:
10 to I a m . 2 to 4 p. m.
Residence 1114 Second avenue. Hours until
s a. in. after 7. p. m. Telephone 124i
DR. M. A. HOLLLNGSWORTH.
Office: Harper House Pharmacy
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendent.
Skinner Hock Second floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cat flowers and Designs ot all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second avenue. Telephone
White Sea! saloon
1815 Second Arcane.
Your heart beats over one hun
dred thousand times eacb dir.
One hundred thousand supplies of I
good or bad blood to your Dram, i
which is it?
If bad, impure blood, then your
brain aches. You are troubled
with drowsiness yet cannot sleep.
You are as tired in the morning
as at nieht. You have no nerve
power. Your food does you but
Stimulants, tonics, headache)
powders', cannot cure you; out
will. It makes the liver, kidneys,
skin and bowels perform their
proper work. It removes ail im
purities irom the blood. Ana it
makes the blood rich in its life
You will be more rapidly cured
if you will take a laxative dose of
Ayer's pills each night. They
arouse the sluggish liver and thus
WpUo to our Doctor
We have tlia exclusive rv1S of
nrae of tlie moat eminent physician. In
tt Tinted Suit Write freely aU the
particular In voiireae.
AaUreu. LitL. J. C. AVER.
Estate of Henry Harrison, deceased.
The undersigned, bavin been appointed
administratrix with will annexed of the es
tate of Henry Harrison, late of the coun
ty of ICock Island. Mate of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that she will ap
pear before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the"oiiny court room, in thec'ty
of Rock Island, at the April term, on the
first Monday in April next, at which time
all persons having claims uitnirist said estate
are notiiled and requested to attend, for the
purpose of bavini; the same adjusted.
All persons indebted, to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
listed tb s 31st day of January. A. D. I860.
Makv A. Hakuisom. Administratrix with n i 1
Petition to Probate Will. '
State of Illinois. 1
Rock Island County. I
County court, Rock Island county, anua
In thematter of the proba'e of the last will
ami t. st mient of-Kve MuKinstry, deceased.
To all persons whom this may concern Greet
ing: Notice is hereby Riven, that on the !7thdayof
January. A. I. l.n. a petitioi was tiled in the
county court of Kock Island county. Illinois,
askiutf that the last will and testament of tve
MeKinstry. ileireasetl. he admitted to probate.
The fcauie petition further states that the fol
lowing named persous are all the helrs-at-law
ami Ift'au-es: Mrs. Sarah Fletcher. Kverett.
Pennsylvania: Mrs. Iuisa Churchill. Koek
Is anil! II! : Mrs. M;irvl '. Itiurn. Kock Island .-i :
Mis Caroline' Wilson. KH-k Island. 111.: Miss
Mairtrie Wilson KH'k Island. III.: tleorue Wil
son, res'denec unUnown: Mrs li:ina Hart. New
ark. Ohio: and oth-r unknow n beir of Kve
MeKinstry. deceased. You are turtber noti
fied that the beariuir of the proof of said w ill
ha-, been set by said court fof the tb dav of
February. A. 1. ls".s. at tbehour of lOo c'ock in
the forenoon, at the court house in KHk
lslan.1. in saiJ count y, w hen and where you can
appear, if you see tit. ami sbow cause, if any
you have, why said will should not be admitted
Hknkt II. II tbiia Kf. County Clerk.
Dated at ICo'k Island, January Kill, IWJ
, Master's Pale.
S. R. Kenworthy and Jackson & Hurst,
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, t
In the Circuit court. In chancery. Parti-ion.
general No. 4407.
J a bob Simmon vs. Ixniisa DeLsenbach Charles
Simmon. Catherine Wilsoj. Kitzabeth Clie
ney. ll'-nry J. Simmon, and tJeorte H. tiim
mon. Peter C. S nimon. and Harrison H.
Simmon In their own ii,ht and as trustc-s
for Harry Fieener. Qejrze Fleener. Tillie
Meener. and Willie Fleener under the last
will of Phillip Simmon, deceased, and Maria
I-Darlinit. Cvntbi M. Simmon. Harry Flee-ne-.
tieorite ileener. Tiilie F.eener and Wil
Notice i hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of s- id court, entered in the above en
titled cause, "n the seventeenth day of Jn
usry. A. D. IsW. I sbull. on Saturday, the eigh
teenth of day of February. A. D. IS, at the hour
of two o'clock in the afternoon, at the east
door of the court house, in the city of hock
Island, in said count v of Rock Island, as di
rected bv aid decree, sell at public a-iction 10
the highest and best bidder for cash in hand a
certain parcel of laud, situate in the county
of Rock Island and state of Illinois, known
and descr bed as follows, to-wit:
The southeast quarter ') of section six (A)
In township sixteenth (16) north ranite one (I)
west of the fourth th principal meridian, in
Rock Island couuty. Illinois.
Dated at Kock Island. I'linols, this eigh
teenth day of January. A. D. Is.
Elwik K. Pakmextk.
Master In Chancery. Rock Island Countv, IU-
S. R. Kt.N WORTHY.
Jacksom & HTHST.
C. L. SILV1S,
Over KreU A Math's. 1718 Second avenne.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms IS and 15. Mitchell A trade buUdlng.
Office hours from lioUsn. and IKK s m
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlee hours to 1; a. m.. I SO to 4:30 p. m.
Bv lughteectli street. Opposite Union ifflce.
ARMY BILL OR EXTRA
Alternative the President Is Giv
ing the Statesmen at
MUST ENACT THE NEW AEMY LATT,
Or He Will Call the Congress In Kxtra
Besioii for That Parpoae Caunon Win,
Ills Great Fight Against a Klder on an
Appropriation Bill on a Straight Vote of
the Home The Keciproclt j Negotiation
Washington, Feb. 1G. The president
has conveyed assurances to some of
the party leaders in congress
that he will certainly call t-onjrtss
tOKelher in extra session it if fails
to pass the army reorganization bill at
the present session. In answer to re
peated inquiries the administration has
been obliged to decline all propositions
looking to the tiding over of the needs of
the army by passing a Joint resolution
elrriply extending (he appropriations on
the baiis of thf present organization.
holding that this device would be utter
ly inadequate to meet the absolute
necessities of the case. The Ftatus of
the volunteers would, it is said, be ex
tremely unsatisfactory, and there would
be absolutely no assurance that the
president could retain thtm in service
even when the emergency was great.
The same statement would apply to the
regular army soldiers who enlisted for
Most Have Tliose Staff and Line Officer.
A very serious objection to the Joirt
resolution programme, according to the
war department officials, would be its
failure to supply the staff and line offi
cers absolutely needed. These officials
ray that the pending Hull bill provides
for Just S22 original appointments of
second lieutentants. and it is declared
to be the policy of the administration to
divide these places among the state's
and territories on the basis of the popu
lation. ITar Offlee Against Cockrell's Bill.
Reports from the senate end of the
Capitol convey the impression to the of
ficials that the speediest way to secure .
action upon the reorganization bill is to j
allow the Cockrcll bill to be reported
from the military committee, it being
understood that this bill commands the
support of the majority of that com
mittee. Providing, as it does, for a
purely native soldiery in Cuba. Porto
iico and the Philippines, the measure
s looked upon by the war department
officio Id as most unsatisfactory. There-
ore they have urged their frlefids in
the senate, while allowing this bill to be
reported from the committee, to move
the adoption of the Hull bill, as it came
fiom the house as a substitute.
CASNON WINS HIS CONTENTION.
And the Nicaragua Hitler l)oe Not Oo on
the Sundry Civil Hill.
Washington, Feb. 16. The house yes
terday settled the fate of the Nicaragua
canal bill in this congress by refusing
to override the decision of the chair in
committee of the whole when the chair
held that the canal bill offered as an
amendment by Hepburn was out of or
der. The friends of the Nicaragua bill
were very confident that they would tri
umph, but after four hours of debate
the chair was sustained 127 to 109 on a
vote by tellers. Bailey made an argu
ment in favor of the view that the
amendment was in order. The debate
throughout the day was exceedingly
spirited, and in the end a majority of
the members refused to override the
house rules... No tecerd is ir i of, the
Take no Substitute For The "EAGLE'BRAND"
Thousands or mothers testjfv to its Superiority.
tNFAHr fftALTH SENT rrffc.
JOHX M. PARIDOIT.
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
There is no excuse for
having it banging there.
Drop a card to the
TRI-GITY Towel Supply
119 Eighteenth St.
And they will put a clean
one up regularly as often
as you please at a mod
erate cost. Try it and
see how pleased you will
U- ( Dr. Williams' Indian Pile
Oiatmeut wll. ire Blind
Bieedior anil Itching
Bpiles. Il absorbs the tumors,
liays the Itching at once, acts
a poultice, rives instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment i oreoared (or Piles and Itch-
In At th iinnw nana. Every boa is
' warranted. By druggists, by mil on re
pt of price. M cents and fl.M. WIL' 'VJli
UFACTURIKB CO.. Props.. Cleitlaad, OLE:
tclA i-j it . fc.rJ f en drvnt
rote m committee" of the'vJie. Party
lines were not adhered to. the division
In favor and in opposition to sustain
ing me cour t decision being about
equal on both sides of the political
In the senate AIcrTnery. as a question
- . M s s- hu -in iiatit,
denial of the statement that his resolu
tion, acopted by the senate Tuesday,
was introduced in the interest of the su
gar growers of Louisiana. He said that
he had not consulted the planters about
the resolution, and that as a matter of
tact tney were known to be opposed as
a body to the ratification of the peace
A bill exloniinf. Ti v1 ; 1 T :
tion" of congress t- Miss Helen dould
for her patriotic services during the
recent war. and providing that the pres
ident should Dresent to her n cnh
medal, was passed. An executive session
A.S TO CAVA1UAN RECIPROCITY.
Authoritative Statement of the Situation
a It Actually Kxi-ta.
Washington, Feb. 16. Whether or not
the negotiations looking to the settle
ment of the dozen or more issues be
tween the I'nited States and Canada
by nii-ans of the joint commission now
in session ultimately will fail entirely
can scarcely lie foretold here at this
moment. Bat. regardless of the out
come, it can be stated on authority
that the American commissioners have
not. as represented, refused the con
cessions asked by the Canadians. On
the contrary, the American commis
sioners have listened with the greatest
patience for the past six months to
every argument that the Canadians
cared to present fti support of tht im
portant concessions they desired, and
so far from refusing these the Ameri
cans have granted some of the most
Important concessions that it is ad
mitted are so broad as to make it diffi
cult tot the American commissioners
to assure themselves of the support of
their government and congress in al
It is said further and this statement
is borne out by the open declarations
of the officials of both the Vnited
States and Canada that while a num
ber of propositions, nearly all of im
portance, v.'ere agreed upon by the two
governments as proper subjects io be
considered by the joint commission
with a view to their inclusion In th?
projected treaty or series of treaties,
it was not expected although of course
it was hoped that finaV agreement
would be reached on all of these sub
jects. Just such a state of affairs as
that expected apparently has now been
reached in the Joint negotiations by
the commission. Agreements htw been,
reached on some questions of the first
importance, including matters that
have been the Cause of constant friction
between the I'nited States and Canada
for very many years.
On some other questions the commis
sioners have not been able to gi t to
gether: it is even probable that they
never will. The question is whether, in
view of this partial agreement, the two
frovernments wi I consider it worth while
to attempt to baj-'" a tsvaty on thoso
matters that have already ben agreed
upon. The commissioners arc not bound
to do this unless they see fit, as it is
understood that in such negotiations
there must be always more or less
"trading," in othor words concessions
must be made by one party on one
point to secure -a concession by the
second party 011 another, and il re
mains to be seen whether both the
I'nited States and Canada will regard
the agreement so far reached as con
stituting a fair adjustment.
toward for fieneral Miller.
Washington. Feb. 16. Colonel Marcus
P. Miller, of the Third regiment of artil
lery, will be nominated to be brigadier
general in the regular army. General
Miller commanded the military forces
which -captured the citv of Iloilo. and
newYobk Comdensf.0 M.u. Co. u.Y.
BENET A. PAHIDON
Best Dining Car Service.
nniJILLIALlS' Oil I 0
If U A SURE RELIEF TO WOMAN for
all troubles peculiar to her aec. (3fSend by
mail or from our Agent. SI.OO Pr box.
WILUAKS MFG. CO, Propt, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
For sale by M. F. Babmsec, 6rcrris&
tls" Vrcfnjt.Titi ia 'n tt'.'fenition "of hTs
meritorious services on that occasion.
Nominates the Librarian.
Washington. Feb. 16. The president
yesterday sent the following nomina
tions to the senate: Samuel J. Barrows,
of Massachusetts, to be librarian of
congress; George W. Wilson, of Ohio,
now deputy commissioner of internal
revenue, to be commissioner of internal
Indiana Man Sails for Porlo Kiro.
Washington." Feb. 16. Captain W. H.
Elliott, of Newcastle. Ind.. director of
posts for the island of Porto Rico, sailed
from New Toik today for San Juan on
the transport Mississippi, together with
Messrs. Marias and Nixon, his confi
UNCLE SAM LOSES A MILLION.
Four Shop In Brooklyn Navy Yard De
stroyed bjr the Flames.
New- York. Feb. 16. Four alarms
were turned In last right for a fire In
machine shop No. 28 in the Brooklyn
navy yard at the east end of the yard.
This was a three-story brick building
built in the 60's. and was full of old
nachinery. The woodwork of the build
ing was so well saturated with oil that
the ilames made great headway- and the
building was doomed lie fore the firemen
feot the streams to playing on it.
The coppersmith, boiler, and car
penters' shops and the foundry wern
soon in flames and burning fiercely, alt
being destroyed. Thie machine shop is
a total loss. In this building were
stored and kept patterns and models
of the various warships built front
time to time. All of these models and
patterns w-ere destroyed. The loss is
estimated at 1 1.000.000 at the lowest,
and it is very probable that it will
reach a higher figure, as all the pat
terns and models were expensive of
COAL SITUATION AT PANA.
Negro Miners Not Going: with Farley
Scheme That Did Not Curry.
Pana. Ills., Feb. 16. The much ad
vertised free excursion trains to convey
the negro miners back to Birmingham
in charge of President Farley, of the
Alabama I'nion Mine Workers, failed
to materialize. The negroes say thev
had no intention of accepting Farley's
offer of free train, steady work ami
higher wages, as they believed it only
a scheme to get them out of Illinois.
A resolution offered at the council
meeting requesting Sheriff Downey to
ask tlovernor Tanner to recall the re
mainder of the troops mis-carried, hav
ing the support of only three out of tt-n
aldermen. Sheriff Downey had agreed
to comply with the council's request
had the resolution carried.
Debs' "Ktg-ht Bower" Very III.
Chicago, Feb. 16. Sylvester Keliher,
known as the "right bower" of Kugene
Debs during the Ptirring days of the
American Ilailway Union strike of 1804.
is ill at his home, in this city, suffering
from an attack of appendicitis. He re
turned to Chicugo last Saturday front
Michigan, where he had been traveling
in the interests of the circulation de
partment of a local newspaper.
Coroner and Police I la fried.
Pana. Ills., Feb. 16. After a continu
ous sesFion since Jan. '.i0 the coroner's
Jury in the Mary Mclntyre murder case
has adjourned. The verdict is "Came to
her death from wounds inflicted with a
hatchet and shovel In the hands of an
unknown person or persons." The police
have abandoned hope of ferreting out
the mystery and capturing the mur
derer. S'uii'nieon lor Indiana xenutor. "
Philadelphia. Feb. 16 Albert J. Bev
eridge, recently elected to the United
States senate from Indiana, was ten
dered a luncheon at the Union League
yesterday. Snow kept him from getting
here Lincoln Day, as had been ar
ABBBEVlATiSa TELEGRAMS. '
A plague panic has occurred in the
southern Kolar gpld fields of Mysore
India. About 2,500 coolies have bolted
L"p to date about 22,000 tons of sugar
beets have been delivered at Bay City.
Mich. This is about one-half of the
Charles Chapman Backus, one of the
organizers of the American Kxpress
company, is dead, at New York, aged
Edward Murray, a Chicago black
smith, was'taken to the county hospital
suffering from what is thought to be
Contracts have been let by the Michi
gan Portland Cementcompany for build
ing two big additions to their factory
at Cold water.
TheCramps at Philadelphiacelebrated
the anniversary of the Maine tragedy
by laying the keel of the new Maine,
Yesterday waa the anniversary of the
destruction of the Maine, and in many
cities Old Glory was half-masted in
memory of the tragedy.
A bill to annul the national inherit
ance tax on the estate of the late James
L. High has been filed in the United,
States court at Chicago.
The bicycle factory and machine shop
of Ifcadore Silverman & Bro.. at Chi
cago, was partly destroyed by fire, caus
ing a loss of about $75,000.
Secretary Long has issued an order
prohibiting the sale or issue to enlisted
men of malt or spirituous liquors on
board ships of the navy or within the
limits of naval stations.
John McCailum. agent at Chippewa
Falls. Wi9.. for the John Ross lumber
interests and prominently known in
lumber circles, was struck by a falling
tree. His back was broken and he
BackJen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tins, and positively enres piles or nc
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Ilartz & Ullemeyer.
Beauty Ia Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Caacarete, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring op the lazy liver and driving &U im
parities from the body. .Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilkras complexion by taking
Cases rets. beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 60c.
Dr. Burchmore, of Boston, Prescribes Warner's
most active :in1 useful charities of
vate practice anil is a specialist in women's diseases.
j The termination "itis" means intlammation. Cystitis is inllanuiial ion of
l lie uiutmiri. ,11-111 n.n ;tlll cill!3 ;ut linill'iuii.1 1 11 ii.iiim.iwi ji viMiuuiuiin
of the kidneys.
Physicians with their usual caution rarely use language so direct and pos-
iflt-A tli!it Mil til.ivoil In. 111. llii,,.li,i,M.A l.iit tlinff i-nrolir linvo llli ,1 v.in,-
I . . . . -' ..aw. w ... ' , . ' . . .It.V ,1.11.1, U.I. . 1. V , ...BV.V ... V V . . . . . . V
I dial agf nt as Warner's Safe Cure to talk about. Dr. Burchmore declares with
i that feelinfir of responsibility which never deserts a conscientious physician.
"It has cured acute Bright 3 disease. ' lie credits Y arncr s tafe Cure with
greater power than is possessed by any other medicinal product known to
man. Notice please that it calls Safe Cure a specific, meaning that it has a
positive effect in the cure of certain diseases. There are only a handful of
j specifics. Other remedies arc more
putting n arncr s sync cure upon the scientific roll ol honor, the eminent
physician pays it a compliment which his fellow practitioners agree is richly
.Not from tle observation of one casn. nor a thousand, hare Dr. Burch
more's couclusions been drawn. At the Dispensary he has seen every form
of kidney trouble, including all variations of Bright's disease, and he is him
self a noted specialist iu women's diseases. AYarner's Safe Cure lias stood a
severe test of the general aud hospital practice of so eminent a man. No
man or woman should for a moment feel despondent, even if troubled with
any form of female or kiduey and liver diseases, when so great a remedy is
within their grasp.
A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
IS THE PROPER THING
U, M. IICJSTOON, Manager.
Telephone 1113. Ofllce hours I to 6 p. m.
Nfw Subscribers Since Last Book Was
1002 Apple, J. S.
1272 IJahnsen, F. W.f res.
4092 Drs. Burkhart & Burkhart.
4371 Collum, John & Co.
4283 Ellenwood, 1j. Vv"., residence.
4181 Gregg, Mrs. Sarah L, res.
4343 Kerns, George M., res.
133G Ixickney, lie v. J. F., res.
4093 Looney & Kelley.
1956 McCaskrin & McCaskrin.
4472 Palace of Sweets.
4104 Reed & Boll man.
4144 Robinson, M. 15. & Co.
40S2 Summers. R. G. & Co. 1
1332 White, I. S,, res.
4444 Britton & Paulsen.
4402 Cash, George W. ft Son.
1280 Kerns, S. A., res.
4391 Iewis, Simon.
4482 Pearsall, George & Son, res
1275 Ulleinever. Charles,
1276 Wilcher. Phil S.
4351 Connelly, John.
1266 Loch, L. res.
1223 The Bock Island Club.
1123 R. I. Plow Co., Kerns. S. A.
1180 C. B. Ait, freight office.
1158 Morris & lewis, foundry.
4503 Boynton, E. , res.
1255 Keim, .1. W., druggist.
1285 Trefz, Win. res.
N B Cut out the above and paste
on inside front cover of your telephone
directory for ready reference.
Corner Third Avenue Nineteenth
Bright Reading Rooms,
Social and Game Rooms.
Evening Educational Classes,
Anv self respecting man irrcspec-
: . i 1 . .
ic vi ci ecu or naiionaijitv 10.1 jj..
SixnAV, Fkb. 19 3:30 p. in., Evan-
KeliKt H. W. Brown willsp-alf to men.
Ti esdat. Feb. 21 8 p. m-. Prof. C.
W. Koss lectures. Subject. 'H'story of the
Kxpaunion of the I'nited Slate-- '
It rrla vfta yn whether yo er.ntlnoe UVfMwa
BrTlillnctotxoh!tt.MO-TO-bACl J I
remove tAe dmr for ufero. witil C4 J
wlwrriotdmrm. zpiBieOrl , I T a.- -JZ
tine. portAce th blood, re-ST M I a l.i'".
toree ioeft mahuod.MgrTa 1 9 I R
Bute von uroafrqT III iyLi(l. 400,000
jm he&Hh. njrrfT j 1 1 1 i&J07&t cured. Lur
.on PocieVV: X KI'A0 TO H AC frm
tew"? R I I KJM rtnch tor n,. TM tt wlta
X PM. cli jr. pr!lnUr One
taraateed'tocure. or we ref OS4 none,.
ifmUHHt, sewn m, aew it.
Physicians arc notoriously cautious in
recommending anything, and they rarely
use language direct and positive. Yet
Dr. Burchmore. one of the leading phy
sicians of ISoston. has writteu t lie follow
ing letter, which is uuinistakable in tone.
Uustox. Oct. lbt. 18118.
Gentlemen: I take trreut pleasure fn endiuir
to you niv endorsement or your excellent reiuelv.
:vs there is no question reiiruiux its rcmurUuMe
therapeutic value. I speal; from niv xper.eiiee
or ils use 111 the mnTnlk Hospital and I ieuar.
tliirinif my terniv of service. It has euro! Hrllii's
disease, diabetes insipidus, ctironi t iim-r-.nl 1 !
nephritis. eystiMs utid pyWiiis I have watched
vt-rv onrefuily the resiiHs or th's treat remedy.
Waruer a Safe Cure, upon patiems utillcted w ith
any of the many diseases or Hit- ki nt-yx and uri
nary organs f rom the beniMit derived 1 feel it is
most assuredly aspoeitio of tfrint vain,..
i. Y It lrIK'iil. K M. 1)
The SuiToIk l)isixns:ii-v is 0110 .f the
Boston. Dr. l!ui'ohmoiv h:is a l iriri' tiri-
or less uncertain in their action. In
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