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tfllE AUG US, SATURDAY. MARCH 18. 1899.
I will guarantee
that my Kidney Cora
will care 00 per cent,
of all forma of kidney
complaint and la
many Instances the
most eerions forma of
Bright'a disease. If
the disease la com
plicated aend a four
ounce vial of urine.
"We will analyie It
nd advise you free
what to do.
'At all drncglsta, 2Se. a vlaL Guide to Health
ivl mio"el s11v" ?r. Arrh t.. Phil..
They lit the feet as natuic
M' J' s.
FOR WOMEN a
Comfort the feet:
Are the softest!
Are the most stylish!
Are the most durable!
Are the most perfect!
Are for young and old!
Are sold only by us!
Thev lit the feet as nature in-
tended." Acivil no other!
IT. J Second avenue.
gar i ":ry3K?TTy7J m'.'i i iuksfzs
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull linish or
platino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place your order. All work
guaranteed to Ihj satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
Rooms opposite Ilaroer 11 a use
In all Us i.v-ct there
should be cliaii .LCfi.
El J ' Crcr.iii iJl;,i
the d:,i--,'l n--::.i'T-i.iff.
Itcarcna'irrh in ld:;vi
away a cu:l :a :tj Ui al
( n im Hal ni i pla-ci !r.;o the nostrils, rpreais
cm the nirm'irrc anj it anr'i-d. I;eief
nirdia'.c and a t-irr f :.. I; ii n,.t dryio d.ioa
not prodnce sn.n;. l.arp Sue, 60 cents at Dru
it or by mail; Ti: il S:.-.-, loct-nubruil.
. ilLY BKOTUtltS, ;i Warreu Snort, New York.
Jf ZSL JeJ
hat rms ??)ggf
A SURE RELIEF1 TO WO MAX for
all irouMea i-oculiar to her set t tTSenci by
mail r f rm cur Ajrcnt. SI.OO per tax.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., tops CLEVELAHD. Chi 3.
for sale by M. F. Banusen, drugi&u
2 PULPIT AND PEW. S
There will le services in the vari
ous churches tomorrow as follows:
Trinity Episcopal, corner of Sixth avenue
and Nineteenth Mruet. Rev. R. F. Sweet, S T
U- rector. Sunduv school l 9:45 a ra- Mat
ins and sermon at ID: 45 a. m. Ceiebiaiion at 12
m. Even sontr at 7:3" p m.
Trinity Episcopal, corner of Fourth avenue
and Seventh street. Rev. S. F. Sweet S. T. D..
rector. Even song and Sunday school at 2 30
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner of
econa avenue and Knnrrpcn t h utT-t Tr-V
i nomas MacKln. dean and pastor. Masn at s a.
m. and 10:30 a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Sunday
uuuui aw 6 p. zn.
SaTed Heart Roman Catholic. Twpntv.
eitrntnhtreetand Fifth avenue. Kev. J. F Lock
ney. pastor. Mass at H and I0:: n. m. Sin1:iv
ai s p. m. espers at t:ji p. ro.
t. nary s uermanCatnouc corner orFourth
avenue ana Twentr-wnuiil rrfi-t ilpv Kpr.
nard Baak, pastor. Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
v espers at 3 p. m. Sundav school at i:M p. tn.
oerman L.utheran, corner or Twetitletn
street and Fifth avenue. Kev. C. A - Mennicke
pastor. Sen-ices at 10 a. tn. and 7.-0 p in
Orace Enelish I.utneran. corner cf Fortv-
fourth street and Sevt nta avenue. Re . Joseph
L. Murphy pastor. Services al 10:45 a. m. and
Swedish Lutheran, corner of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue, hi-v. Carl K. Slati.
pastor. Services at l' a. tu. a:il 7:: p. m
Sunday school at 3 p. ni.
Ana bweatsn Ivjiueran. 4j seven' ii avc
nue. ServiL at 10:45 a. m. and it. in . Si::i-
day school at V :w a. re.
Oertnan Kvanifeliciil. Ninth street lict rec n
Fifth and sixth avent.es. lSev. Theo F Krut-
Ker. p;istor: services at 10.:' a. m. acii 7.30 p. m.
Sunday school at u a rr.
rlrst HaDtist. corner of Third avenue and
Fifteenth street. Kev. Carlton E. Tayii r. Fa.
L., pa-tor. Services at l'J:l." a. ui. arid i:3i p
Morning ul, j. i -The War l;etein the
l-'les'i and ;be siirtt: everuri-'. '"The t;reut
L la:ia of Modern Soi'lely " Sijiiil-y seho.d
at i:.S0 a. tu . S J. Woooin. s:itertnieiioeiit. Ii.
Y. I. V at rt: .o p. in. I..-a(lers!.i of ! nper-
inee eommi tee. Toi.ii; . -Self Mattel v. '" Ja-
nior L'uion at 'J. 3d p ui.
Free Swed:sti tclsion. corner of Eleventh
street and Fifih avenue. Sunday scijool at 2
rn. I'raver ineetiiif Thursday at H p. m.
Kznanuel llantisr. 417 Kortv-foiirLt, utrec.
Rev. C W. W'ljodruiT. pastr. l'reaehin at
10 n. tn. Sundav school ml n. m. K. V. 1'.
LT. at 0 p. rn.
Second llantlst. Ttnth street aul Si.th ave
nue. Kev. I-'.. !. Wilson. pa.stur: seri'ic at 1 1
. m. and 7::i0 p. m. Sunilay s"Ii.hiI at p ni.
Sweilish It ltist. corner ui Tweniv-nr. street
and Fifth avenue. 1're.ieliini.' at ln:l." a. ui.
ami 7::i p. m. Iv l-v. K. ifosmark.
First MethiKlist. corner of Kifui avenue ar.d
Nineteenth street, Kev. CO. McC'uIloch. pas
tor. Services at 10:45 a. m. aid 7.:to p. in.
Mis ircjrk'. if ihe Chicago Trainiuir behind, will
speak m iming and eveninir. la ihe evening
annual thanks orrrin;; lv I hi w oman s lortiiin
MiKlonarv so;iety. Suuday selnxil at W:S0 a.
m Junior l.t:ai;u at Z.'jo I", tu. tpwoilli
l eague at fi::ti p. tn.
(Jernian Methodist, corner of Sixth avenue
and Fourteenth street. Kev. F. I. I.itrodi
pastor: services at 10:15 a. m. and 7::td p. m.
Sunday wticil at l:la a. in., J. J . llel. snr;r
interdent Kp worth League at 7. Junior
League at ' p ni.
African Metnodist. Ffturteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Kev. C. 11 Thomas, pastor.
Services at 10. 0 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 1 -':.'!) p. m.
Uroadway I'restiytenan. corner of Twenty-
third street and Seventh avenue. Kev. W. S.
Marquis, pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
7 :i p. in. Kliicatiou dav. Mornmu' suliject.
I 'tirst Value t t lie luieileei uai Life ': evrti
inif. aidresf, "I'lie fr-iitilie School as a Fac
tor in ( hii-tian Huililinir." SiipiTinieudent
It. (!. Voi:n-': !drcss. "ulli" li.len st in
IliL-lier Kdiiea'ion.'' Atitrustana college repre
feniaiive. S inday school at '.::io a. hl. Vount,
people s meetiut; at ):45 p. m.
Central Presbyterian, second avenue. b
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rei-.
Ira W. Allen. Jr., pastor. lreaehini; at l:45
a. m. and 7::;o p. in. Morning s'lhjeet. ' ' 'hrist s
invi'.ation to the Heavy Laden": eveniPir.
"l.-ad I's Not loto Temptation. Suuday
sehMd at J:15a. in Vouii' people's meelintr at
:4: p m
United Presbyteiian. Thfrd avenue and Four
teenth street. Kev. I. I.. MeNarv. pastor.
F'rcaehini; at 10; 15 a. m. and 7:3o p. in Younir
people's nieetinj; at 6:45 p m. Sunday sehoel
al i::in a. in.
Aiken Street Charel. Presbyterian. South
Rock Island, Kev. I. W. Allen. Jr., pastor: Sun
day school at 3 p. m. Christian Muileavor
meeting at i p. m. Services every Tuesday at
7:3d p. m.
South Fark Chapel, Presbyterian. 1 1m street
and Fifteenth avenue, Kev. W. S. Marquis,
pastor: Sundny school at 2:30 p. m.
Memorial Christian. Rev. T. W. Orafton. pas
tor. Services at li:45 a. in. and " p. in.
Monii'i s:i!jeet : "Silent Witness for Christ":
evenm:.'. "The Advantages of t lit- Religion of
Christ " Sunlay school at i:15 a m. Y. 1". S.
C. H al R:45 p. ui.
Twenty-ninth Street Sunday School. Chris
tian, Seventh avenue and Twenty-ninth street,
Kev. T. VV. Craf ton. pastor. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Charies S. VVaun'in. superintendent ;
Miss Ktta Tannic, secretary. Prayer meeting
Wednesday eveninir al 7:45.
Salvation Army Uarr.icKs, 150tf Second ave
enue. services as follows: Knee drill at 7 a.
m., holiness meelirtt at 10:30 a. m.. cnrLslians'
tneeticic at 3 p. m., salvation meetinir at 7:30
First Church of Christ. Scientist. Twer.ty
third street between Seventh and Ninth ave
nues. Services at 10:45 a. ni. and 7:3o p. in.
Sui'jeei: Kealty. ' Sunday school follows
the morning service. Wednesday evenins:
mecttr.if at 7::t0. Reading rooms open every af
ternoon, except Suudty, from 2 to 4
Y. M. C. A. Huildin. corner of Third avenue
and Nineteenth street, services at 3.30 p. tu
Kevnoltls. March l.". Miss Sue
Walker, of Molino, was a jruest al the
Inline of W. i. Davis FritLty and Sit
urday if last week.
Miss Sopliic Kuiscli is rcrtcd
The democratic and rcpuldican
catiftics will lit; held Saturday.
II. Kct.Ic shipped a car load of fat
cattle to the Chica m:uk t Tuesday.
Jacoli llauck left Tue.-day for Okla
homa, where he expects to remain a
t ear ir more.
liiM'r;'i; Vannatta, of West ItiM-rty.
Iowa, isiteil relatives i:: this neigh
borhood last week.
Mis. Charles Kreps attended the j
fiiiicntl of her cousin, Mrs. (iuldeu
.opf, in Uotk I.-land Saturday.
Mrs. Anna Schriver- Hdlield left
Saturday for her home in Chicago,
after aii'cMeiidtd visit with her par
A larrre numlicr of our citizens
were called to Koek Isiand Weilnesday
as witnesses in the case of Johnson
v (Jaunt. Iut the alTair was settled
without coming to trial, the defend
ant paying all costs incurred.
.Iaco"l Wentz and Miss Km ma
Twelftrce were married Wednesday at
the residence of the bride's mother.
Mrs. Caroline Twelftree. The youno;
couple are widelv known, ami here
wishing them proscrity.
Backlen'a Arnica telve.
Tho best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chappel hands
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tius, and tvositively cures piles nr in;
pav rerjuired. Il is ruarantced to
jrive perfect satisfaction or money re
funded, l'rice -.'t cents jer box. For
sale by Hartz & Uileiueyer.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and CMldren.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
PORT BVKON roISIEES.
Tort Bvrot, March 15. Dr. Charles
Hunter spent Sunday here with rela
Bjrn, to Mr. and Mrs. John Eli";.
dahl, a irirl. which makes 13, and all
W. S. Block, Jr., went to Prophets
town Tuesday in the interest of the
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Filbert are the
proud parents of a boys which arrived
fJcorfrc I-ollach and his sister.
Marie, went to Clinton Saturday to
visit their brother.
Mrs. W. S. Block went to Cordova
Monday for a few days' visit with her
mother, Sirs. 1. Cool.
William O'Hara is down with the
measles, and K. Sanders has taken
his place at the depot.
l'rof. Kilmer left for his homo in
Janesvillo. Wis.. Saturday to remain
during this week visiting.
F.d O'Brien moved into the Kathbun
house last week, and Will Ross moved
into the house vacated by Mr. O'Brien.
Miss Ora Maxwell was in Moline
the lirst of of the week visiting her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Iiogrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Xoinand re
turned Monday from a four weeks'
visit with their parents at Nemaha,
James Miller was badly bruised by
being crowded against the manger by
his horse last Friday. Dr. Block was
railed and dressed his injuries.
James Boyd, ol the Calva Standard,
and his wife were home the lirst of
the week, being called on account of
the sickness of Mrs. Boyd's, brother,
The ice in the river started to move
Saturday night, but nwing to the west
wind it lodged against the sandbar,
where it remained till Monday after
noon. when it again started, but lodged
again in aoout Halt an Hour, leaving
an opening iu front of the depot.
Tom Allen and Jim McCauIet. who
had been watching for an opportunity
to trv their new sein, took advantage
of the open space, which was large
enough to run their Soo-foot sein, and
landed enough lish with nearly every
haul to till an ordinary wagon box.
The lish seemed to be chilled and made
no clTort to get away. The bovs
seined from - 1. m. till dark, laud
ing in'all 2,01)0 pounds of lish. They
'sold $-20 worth mi the shore and
worked nearly all night cleaning the
rest of them, which thev shipped to
Davenport Tuesday morning. Will
Miller and Will Keeley caught nearly
as many more.
Josliu. March lo. Mrs., William
Behrent is reported very sick.
Messrs. Fred Wright, Tom Tobin
and Frank Joslin arc on the sick list,
Messrs. William Filbert and Ed
Tobiu have become members of Siui-
lax camp No. SJ2, K. N. A.
uma school was closed one week.
owing to the sickness of the teacher.
Miss Marv Fit.gibbons.
William Sheppard is moving his
household goods to Hillsdale, where
he will reside. His son, Frauk, will
live on the farm.
Howard McMurphy started for Ne
braska Tuesday evening ou an ex
tended visit with relatives and also
for the benefit of his health.
Mr lievnolds closes his school at
Joslin next Tuesday. Ho has taught
t successful term and has been en
gaged to teach the spring term.
J he prospects for a new church in
Joslin are verv good. A great many
more have donated within the last
week from $5 to $25, which now
makes over $(WH1 raised.
The Oak Tree school will give an
entertainment at the W oodiuan hall
Friil iv evening, March 21, consisting
of recitations, dialogues, singing anil
music. Au admission of 10 cents will
be charged at the door, the proceeds
to pay for the use of the hall, and the
balance, if any. to go toward furnish
ing new books for the library.
. not her Cabinet Officer.
Coii'TCs-s w ill toon be called upon to pass a
law creating a new cabinet portfolio. This
otriciyl will probahly be known as secretary of
the colonies. It will be his duty to look after
the welfare of the islands which were seized
by the 1'uiieil States in our war w ith Spain.
While he I, utlciidim: to his duties, llostetter's
Stomach Hilton will continue to attend to its
duties of curing the sick of ttunun'li. liver and
kidney disorders, just as it has been doiojr for
5i years. Its greatest virtues arc in building
up run-down systems: in quiet infr :md tO'iinf
urstruiz ncrv es: io overcoming dyspepsia, in
digestion avd constipation. Try a bottle if you
feel "out of sorts "
A Sick Headache
Benders one totally un
lit for any vocation of
life, and is usually re
licved only after rest and
abandonment of all ae
. w aa r c a W J
Quiet the nerves
3 and ciuali.e the circu-
lation. lney cure an r
headaches and neural
ft? gia. nothing else, but
3 that in 20 minutes.
-S Free samples at all U x-k
YOUNG & McCOMB
1723, 1725, 1727 Second Avenue, Rock Island, III.
SFRING GOODS are arriving by every train from the markets of the world. Never have we shown such an array of fine
Black Dress Goods; never have we shown such a stupendous line of Colored Dress Goods; never have you seen such an
assortment of beautiful Silks; never has any house in the three cities shown such a line .of Suits as we now show. h e
pride ourselves on having the most complete and exclusive line of Spring Millinery. Remember, we set the styles for
the three cities; we respectfully ask y ou to call and inspect our big line, no trouble to show you. We are showing more
pattern hats than any other millinery house. Black Silk Crepons a specialty.
. . . Now For Early Spring! . . .
It doesnl seem possible for human genius to conceive of more exquisite ideas for ladies and chllcren's dress. Wc have
our early spring stock of Suits, Jackets, Capes, Dress Skirts, Shirt Waists and Wrappers on second floor, and itfs a treat
to see our selections.
New Spring Jackets for Children.
Selected with Care.
fr correct sU le garments
and cadet Empire backs.
in red, royal, tan
pire backs, j rows of braid on
sailor cape collar, 'sizes 2 to B. Good value
for the monev.
Brown, green, royal, cadet, tan and red children
jackets, epaulettes ami yoke trimmed with
fancy silk braid, ploetcd front ami back,
early spring price
We have prepared for this week's selling a
great lot of dressy wrappers in percale ami
cambric, mostly reds and navy blues, some
with milled shoulders, all with sep
arate waist linings, early spring
prices 1.35, 1.15, 9c, 75c, 69c and
Paints, Stains, En
amels. If you intend doing any paint
ing this spring we can interest
voii. Will be pleased to have
vim call and examine the line.
Sample cards of color will be
furnished upon application.
We cairv a complete line of
the celebrated Heath ci Milli
gan Taints which we guarantee,
fucluding the H. & M. best pre
paired paint for walls and- gen
eral use. We carry a line of 27
dilVerriit colors, including sev
eral new shades.
II. & M. CKEOLITE The
best paint for iloors. Ouce used
NATURAL WOOD STAINS
A full assortment.
II. & M. ENAMEL Assorted
colors just the thing to touch
up your furniture or baby car
riage; for decorating purposes.
H. & M. BUGGY TAINTS.
It will be of great advantage
to buy your wall paper from us
because we have a large as
sortment and reasonable prices.
Iew Col'd Dress Goods.
Double-fold wool botirctte plaids and
checks, regular price 18c, for
this sale I2--C
38-inch English cashmeres, in all the
new spring colorings, regular
price 2'.c, this sale JQc
:G-inch high-class silk shot novelty
plaids, regular $1 color and
style, for this sale 45C
KJ-inch golf plaids, in all the new
spring colorings, regular price
f 1.25, this sale, per yard OSC
Dame Fashion proclaims tailor suit
ings the things.' We are showing
all the new spring shades in gray
modes and blues at, a yard;
J8e and . 75c
Fancy silks the very latest styles
and colorings, including new corded
taffetas, new stripes, new cheek taf
fetas, new plaid talTctas, new hair
line taffetas at $1 6S, $1.50. $1.31),
fl.25 $1.10, !ic, iSoc and 7oe per
21-inch black habutai silk that regu
larly retails for $l.o, for this
sale, per yard 75c
21-inch black satin duchess, regular
price $1.25, for this sale, per
mfi. i. ; i.- Jsy
Second lloor. The new style dress
skirts demand a perfect-lit ting under
skirt. We have them in the Reliance
brand 75 for a heavy, black sateen
petticoat, !-inch milled
bottom, finished with 1 cords
New Black Crepons.
The latest, the choicest . the hand
somest and the most satisfactory as
sortment of crepons ever shown west
of Chicago, at
Special Prices for This Wrck.
15-ineh black blister mohair crcpon,
dust proof, regular price
$1.75, for this sale 1.25
54-ineh black biter silk crcpon, 5
yards will make a gown,
regular price $2.75. now 1.Q8
JS-ineh black siik and wool crcpon,
the best black crcpon ever
shown for this sale 2.9S
New Spring Kffeets.
Novelty and staple patterns, corded,
tucked and pleated. The greatest
display of wash waists and lowest
prices in the tri-eities.
New Arrivals anil Special Prices.
3,X"0 ya'ds :!lineli percales, newsprint JBf
styles. 2 to 5-j d lengths, regular I2!ic Ot-
2.-r.ieecs Madrase'oth, r.ew stripes, new 7'-
plaids, trreat i iinte of colors, special . ' 2v
4o pieces :!iv:n perca'c. In litht. dark and medi
um e lors. ford essesand sliirt waists, j'
regular p ice 12! ic. special pi ice. yd .
New ehcvio'.s and Mi'ilins cloth in stiiies.
plaids, cheeks. spcti:il prices. 15c, (JQ
5ol yards half-bleached linen towellnu. f
14 inch wide, per yard J
Full size while bedspread, btmmrd. 4 7r
worth fOe. for this sale T
VARNISH Wc have a good
varnish for Iloors and furniture,
which we will sell at 20e a pint
in bulk. Bring bottle.
CEMKXTICO The new calci
mine, an improvement over old
methods. Can be used by any
one mix in water and it is
ready for use. We have it put
up iu 5-pound packages at. 2!'c a
package. We have the latest
tints for mural decorations.
Call for sample card of colors.
BRUSHES We are showing a
complete line for painting, var
nishing and whitewashing which
we are iiuoting at extremely low
prices. For instance. 7-inch,
whitewash brushes 10i 1-inch
varnish brush :c. 1 A -inch 5c.
2- inch 7c, 3-iuch inc. wall paint
brushes, all bristle. 2j-inch 15c,
3- inch 20c, oA-inch 25c, 1-inch
KUTHEUFOKD'S WALL PA
TER CLEANER, per can, 15c.
We are showing the most,
complete line of wall paper
prices the very lowest.
The stock is entirely new, is
of the Ix-st ijuality and of the
most superior st v ie.
bl New Spring Styles
Young f Mc Combs.
In this department we always have sjiiicthins new and of interest. For this w eek w e " .11 show some
special values. We have opened a lar'c a sortmeni of neatly decora cd iroods which we will place on coun
ter, and you can hive your choice or any article for inc. In this a -sort mcul you will tind many tliiics Tor
which you have heretofore paid from 25c to 50c, but your choice now only P'c Do not n.iss this.
The Largest Assortment of 10c Goods Ever Opened in Tri-Cities.
Pin trays fancy shape, decorated
Spoon trays, decorated and cold liuished
lionbon trays, decorated and Kold l'i:is'ie:l
llonbon lioxrs. decorated and aul finished
Pow der lox s. decorated and irt'ld finished
Penholder tiavs.deeoi aled and ;-"ld finished
Card trays, decorated and iold finished
Toothpick holders; decorated and gold finished.
Match Mulders decorated and '.'"id imi-hi d.
Fancy sails and peppers, jjoid liuished
Sujrar shakers, fold linishxl
I'.read and hatter pUtos, .i ll lini bed
I'ruit howls, on u e'Lc
Fruit pities. d'-'raicfi
Urcad plates, laive
Flower and Garden
1,00() packages garden
seels which we guar
antee to be absolutely
fresh, others ask 5c,
2 packages, 5c.
COAL VAU-Kf Cl'LIJMiS,
Coal Valley, March, lb. Mr. Ty
ler is visiting with Leon A. Wylic.
Mrs. G. B. Krapp is very ill.
The wedding liells are about to ring.
Mrs. William Glenn is on the sick
Charles Peters spent Sunday with
Thomas Lees. Sr., is having his
Mrs. J. D. Iees is visiting with her
mother in Cable.
Mrs. Herman Hintz visited with
Mrs. Ixuis Hint. Monday.
James Clegg . went to Chicago
Wednesday with a ear of hogs.
John Bedford lias gone to Lincoln,
111., to visit his brother. Mark Bed
ford. Miss Annie Edwards, of Rock Isl
and, is visiting with Miss Mary IM
wards. Miss Mary Wonlley visited with her
parents at Cable the fore jwrt of last
A crockinole party was held at the
home of the Misses Martin Friday
A crockinole party was held at the
home of Miss Sophia Nelson Thursday
Mrs. Alexander Grant is visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Woolley, of
Cable, visited with relatives the fore
part of the week.
A dinner parly was given by Mrs.
Thomas Corns Friday iu honor of her
daughter, Mrs. Grant.
A dance will be held in the opera
house Friday night. Supper will be
served at Benjamin Ix.-wia'.
No Right to i Rllnemi.
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will always have
friends, but one who would lx: attrac
tive mast keep her health. Tf she is
weak, sickly and all run down she
will be nervous and irritable. If she
has constipation or kidney trouble,
her impure bloixl will .cause pimples,
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch
ed complexion. Electric Bitters is the
Is st medicine in the world to regulate
stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu
rify the blood. It gives strong nerves,
bright ryes, smooth, velvety skin, rich
complexion. It will make a good
looking, charming woman of a run
down it valid. Only 50 cents at H.irt.
& Ullemever's drug store.
Messrs. Cunradi Bros., Masonic
Temple, Chicago, say: 'Orangeine"
is all vou claim and more.'
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