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THE ABOTJ8, WEDTESDAT. HAEUH 22, 1809.
AVTF1 BOARDERS AND
at T'.'l Fourth avenue.
ANTEn AT OXCE A DISH WASHES
at -.be Crown restaur.nt.
T ANTED A 1I.V1N"; KOO C1KL AT
ZVJ seventeenth street.
WANTED-TINNERS AFIM.Y TO T. J.
Tierrcv. Hotel Kcaior. Mohne.
Wf AXTKI) EOAEDEBS. CHOICE ROOMS
ar.il Iwud at Fourth avenue.
? liouse work
t.IKf. ft til CKNKKAL
Cull It 7cl fourth ave:.ue.
In j'i"e -v 01 ..
no ;n:i. Ffr:;ENEi4i.
1 : 1 7 fcevci.tt-cntt street.
;TPI-- Fie ST CT.AS COAT-
j ;ker at J . Ere l.i f. fat-emu uv :-
'AMKK-A tXX.'IM :ii:i.
lii.-u-t? 01 k. Apjl.' at
:!: s-ev eii.ee:. "i
a vr-yovn hand f'i:'
e re;vst.I..ilil,-. Mr.. A. IS I'
tr anted- to i:i:kt a s 03 r:i
horse, ec-trailv located- reasonable
ri-'K. Ailiie ? I H ." Aiul'iolice.
One of the most distressing Bights, ia
to see a child almost choking with
the dreadful whooping-cough. Give
the child Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the
greatest pulmonary remedy, and re
fief will come at once, the coughing
spells will re-occur lees frequently,
and, in a few days, the sufferer will be
ermrt-jy cureu. o otner renieuy iiu
roast ci so many cures.
Cures Whooping-Cough quickly,
I-st - :ire small run I .;c.-r.t to tak". Doctors
rcL-jiiriiiiC u. I'ticc ?5 .ts. At ail ! ugists.
-TWO UN FIT." VIS H EO ROOM S
!v lix-a'eil for iii'ht bouseKecii-
"H. -'..' A iii.CsoOl'-e.
nrASii;- a cvMi'irrENT hfse
keener. Hood w aires to ru'li. party, lu
i;uirc ut or uuil:es.t K." AH'i oii.ee.
"WANTED rVPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private IoKsor.s in daneinir can do no by
enquiring ni id avciiue. jouw
H'ANTKII-TH'n APPRENTICE CIKLS
w I,.. iimiiTManil sometliilie aliaut hevv-
Inu- lo lir:im.ir-v-maUi:i. Call at IZl Twentieth
1irANTKl)--.io HORSES TO Ell' MY
V ..i.-i rl.-,, v t ti.n Merronolitan tmrs.
fcli.iinj- shoo, foiiirr Tliinl and -oek Inland
streets. t;e.re hatle. Davenport. Iowa.
TT ilv in an ottli-e. or
.11 ISITION liY A YOCNti I. A
. a - erk: u.is n;wi
v si.-tio-T.iiitii anil i.ooliKrepini.- reier
-.. Addrcvt "X..
Ifc-'-" Klevenlh strt-ft
I7ANTKH -A liKNFKAI.
K'M-k I-I.iimI iio1 ll-nrv
IH.f.ii jr accUtftit an'l healrh
sition. Ahlrs. lYrfcrre!
ti i: ion, 'hi?a;.'o.
A r A.NTF.D-S A LF.SM EX -
liv n i i.inc novelties to m-r
haril thioii:'lOIit m: country: -oiivt'Mi-n.
.'!e liie: Kaiiii;i"i furni-htd. Arn"rii"a:i .Nov.
tliv eoiiipany. incinnali. o.
Ei-I'AI'K! HAN'i.lXi; TO DO Hi
rna:i or eiei'iene in Wm- iiuiti'-'.
xr (TiM'lv rea .o!allf aiil virk u'u.i:..u
l.tavt' Ourinluit- ul i"l.; Thwl a.;-
W'ASTKD-IOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
T Inland to tae orders for the eelelirated
Sinjfr sowintr maehine. A N. I contract
riven to rilil parties. Call iD or addreis the
Smtfer Manuf aeturinp comp"y, 417 HarrLson
ktreet. Davenport. Iowa.
"tlANTED FIT'II.S IN FREEHAND AND
niet'lianii-al draw iiiir. IVii ami ink.
eliina painting a:l ntrw invtlnMl of water "'l
ri l lit.ilrrii k t-la Saturday af terniHins.
fthl!rt and tnatt-ri.il fret-. . !a in
tbt- t-vetiim;. I.esst-n. "itl t-trlit--. Mis l'latt.
htuUiu Iatfhteeulh .-Licct.
rANTH t-lT:oN. 15V A N EX 11
rl furniture salcstuaa. cafi.itJlt; ol
Hiniit-i.lni.titl Ittbi t-art?. au-e Oood ref-t-rflif-:
ihrt-f yt-;irs uitti V'. - HttlhrtMik. Da-.-n...rt
lima. steady iw.itton the aim.
S.il.iry fH ! w et-k tiri vt-ar. S rietiy tent-Hi-
linn. I, t r of Chri-tiiin t-'iurt-h. an at-ed
I'totht-r lo Mir port. Addre. Hox 3-"i3, l llii'.on.
II . l:ew ill fount v.
i HI 1:1- NT M IJIKIIN THREE K K)M FEAT
intluilrial liiiililiiin. Aptly to T. 11.
Little Ones at
. . . MATH'S.
Tiie most mrifj-nilifL'tit line f
K isler iiovcltie-. in tlic mar
ket. Kverytliinj; now ninl
nice. Prices within the reach
of all. lSy all means let the
children see the Kabbits,
Chickens, Iiicks, Storks.
(Joslins. etc., all lressel up
their U'st Kastcr cloths.
Some of them
Iicails ami cars,
their eves ami
mouths. I.ot-i of tun
o tie n
!e as well.
Close One Eye
1 HI I.MS-l.-.i
DOI DI.K. STOKE HFIED1NC
r Seiro:itl avenue, ln-iuire of
I.IOR KENT NEW UHKiE ROOM. WHAT
a - ftit :n-rt v t he st.inoard flub roo'i..
tins lin n H'lcil uitii r.t vv a' d complete
lotlirt- room f .irnutirc arid tixturi-s and
fTM-n :mtl n-aiH- lor iosneetio'i. Cheap rent;
.t-.:m h:-..t. Apl ol Knil i. Alalli.
I'OIi 9 ALE.
f ,-iot; T.i:-Tivo(.f.x)!itfir.riN's lots
.1' - . i - ii-n.MarC, i:. 14 1". depot, a
l-arna. i. I lw
IOi: SM I i;r:lY i:i:nS. HAVE A FINE
'1 . . i n 1 :i,-:.;:t- (ut in.- tropvriy tor sale
'ii i-.! tf.ii:
TI'OR S A I.E-TV.'i INK E MOM ES ON TH RD
X' avenue, nr.e fAH). the oiher l.liH; paving
paid for. Inquire at II Third av ciuc.
T.10R SALE NINE-ACRE FRITT FARM.
-X-' All kn:tl.4 t.r frtm; RiMid liutldinir; near
totrc. A l'.i--.i'n (ur suae oi-e if lakeu 6oa.
Cordon Sl. Uu man.
-AT A SACRIFH'K. 40-ACRE
farm near town. Its of fn;it To be
S lid cheap to settle an ent ale. Here Is a bar
pain cheap for vaoU. No trade. Uordou A
L,tOK 8 A UK XJAL IN ANT QUANTITY
L1 of W bunhela or oer at 60 per ton, de
llsred C. O. D. to any part of the o'.ty. Leave
order at Commrroitl bonne barber anop, Koek
laland, or Knoa Jarces, Milan.
1IOR SAUV-t'llEAl' 1-OTS IN MMAS
. ter addition, old ba-M-t.ail prounds. These
lots will be twiid from nl upward: small
amount down, balaui-c on lonit time at 6 per
cent Keidy iiros., ruom 4, Alilcheil & Lyude
JOR SALE UT &OI TIIEAST CORNER
Ninth avenue uud Tr nty-thinl strt-et.
lot ?M.u:heai ct.rner Ninth avetiu- and
'I w t-i;i v eeoml .tri-ei; term. tt m;:- i.uvt-r.
Ad-Ire. T. J. 1 1 .i ! pm . S.n Maui .tret-:. s:
Tj"OR SALE TIIE STOVE AND l'l.t MH
J ui iitiine-- -.o ltn i-iirrii-il on at r.il ee.
ti-tl avt-uue. ihi-cuv.ii, ft.r salt-uotil TiifMlav.
March -I. Tilt. i-. a rare opportuni! v fur mi:ui.
.in.- wtih a 1 t tic fap:ial lo invest. M. E.
;.ii ;:w Sev eiitecnt h street.
Ami take a
peep in the bio;
iZ displayed in
and set; the ehil-
White 1 lousy uu Easter. Ve
liavt; fancy Paper K;;,
China I'J'- VVa Ero;s. Pan
orama K''J ami a full line of
small C.imiy E,rs selliiio
from !" for ie up lo I..ril a
piece. STOP ami make vour
.-elect iens i-arly ami p-t vour
choice ol tin- novelties.
Krcii &. flath
H.ive the latest tiioiihts and
novtlties in froen l).-.itty
Creams. One of our erect -i
ii ltj is a nest made of Spun
St:o;ui-, a Chicken and Three
Colored Ejro-s, setting in lie;
nest, and all mailt- of Ice
Cream, and just lare enough
to serve one person. Ve
pack them in ice so t hat t lu re
is no trouble with them. lVe
have other rrec-tin";s in Urick
Ice Cream as well.
I I ST A MALTESE KITTEN. HAD
J i t-ri-t-n - lliism :,r..i::d arc:, with sm.,,1 i,t.
ai.ichcd. Kcuartl if rc'.i:r:icl to ." Seven' h
I t 1ST A N Ol'EN-FACED LADIES' GOLD
watch ia the vicinity ol Twentv-third St.
about two werlis ad. Fiudt-r return lo An
.Cs ortlce and reeeive reward.
"M ON E Y Tt LO A N-
a.'!. (lire loans by W. H.
Ea.s:mKn I Tl
ond avenue, without publicitT or removal 14
Im makes colieelior.s-lianl ones a specialty.
1EI.F WANTED-LADIES TO MAKE
J L bandaices at bo-ne for larve sitn;ieal
house. Earn ' wcf-Klv. cl.e aotfressed
stamped envelope for rer'.y. Marshall & Co.
lirooklyn. N. V.
ST-A LAl'VS t OLD OPEN FACED
watch, bclut'tr. K,...i:h aw ..-.i
Tweuty.thirtlai.il v-ici.:li avenue and ri-miv.
Satuniav ricniDK. Finder
' orace and receive
piease return to Tut A K
MRS M McGEF. INDEPENDENT SL ATE
wr.ter. clairvoyant and busiaess me
dium. AU matters of n:arriae. divon-e
aeparaiiouH. -family trouble, law. luek etc
missing persons of papers, lost .r sto.en arti
cles. The onlT slate writing uaetLum w est f
Clucji-o. 61-: rirtccaUi --.rcc: C4UI
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a continental
about." But it is not
so with this cigar. It
must be good, and to
get it good he must
buy it at a store where
they knowgood cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
where " satisfaction "
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs
DEATH OF MRS. JOHN WOOD.
Lady ffhow Ufa tfu Connected With the
Early HUtory of WlnoU.
The funeral of Mrs. John Wood was
held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon
from the Zion Methodist church at
Edginjjton. Marjraret I. (Dunlap)
Vtoodwas born ov. Id, lt2J, in
Steubenville. Ohio. She was the
eighth born child to Joseph and So
pbia Dunlap. She came with her
parents to the state of Illinois, Rock
Island countv, in the vear 18.'J.. She
remembered well the davs when more
Indians were to be seen than whites
in the earlv settlement of this state
She received a strict religions educa
tion, her parents beinj' Presbyterians
of the puritanical order, her father
bein an elder in the church for many
vcars: nence i;er verv iHs;iive con
victions and often outsiuken expres
sior.s on al! tuestious of morals and
religion. At the ae of IS vcars she
was united in marriage to John Wood,
ana maiie lor nun a Jjappv ana com
fortable pioneer home. Tbev made
the Methodist Episcopal church their
christian, borne, taking .Treat pleasure
in entertaining in their home many of
the earlv "giants of the church, as
Revs. A. E. Phelps. John Chandler,
John St. Clare, John Lucock, John
Morev, and a host of others
of like precious memory. Mrs
Wood was mother of eiiiht chil-
nren, four firls and four boys.
The first born, a daughter, died in in
fancy, preceding the mother more
than .03 vears to the heavenlv inher
itance. The other seven still live.
The children arc as follows: ltev.
Thomas J., of Iifavette, 111., pastor
of M. E. church: John Fletcher, of
Parsons, Kas.: Mrs. W. 11. Warner,
whose husband is pastor of Ellison
charge; Mrs. Sarah E. Ne'son, of
Edi;ino-ton; Frank A. and Charles W.,
of Edjjinprton; Margaret Maria Smith,
of Fort Luptou, Col. Mrs. Wood's
last aud oulv sickness was a jrradual
tlecline for about two vears, dnrinjr
which time she uncomplainingly bore
her sufTeriniTs, so that but very few.
even of her most intimate friends, had
ny thought of the seeds of death that
she so courageously sustained.
John L. Danner, Sr., passed away
at his home in Illinois City the
morning of the 1 lit h instant, bis death
bciuo- caused bv a stroke of paralysis.
from which be had suffered several
mouths. Mr. Danner had attained
the ajre of 75 years and hat I been a
resilient of Drury township for over
thirty years, and for the last live
years had led a retired life. Three
sons, a daughter ami a loviii'' wite
are left to mourn his demise. The
funeral took place from the M. E.
church of Illinois City, iierviees were
omlucted lv lie v. Miilpen, of U ray-
Jacob Fre'ermuth, the oldest resi-
lent of Drurv township, died at the
home of his son, (forge, at 1 :;U a. m.
Sunday. His health had been failinir
for several years, and about three
weeks aro it was evident to those
ibout him that his life was fast ebbing
ivvav. He was born in 1810 in
Germany, and when he attained
the age of 1 enlisted as a sol
dier under the French government,
serving for 17 years. Mr. Freyer
muth came to this country in lis. 1.
Two sons anl two daughters are left
to mourn his loss. They are George
and .lacoliaiitl Mis. Thomas Watson, ail
lesidiuir here, ami Mrs. Peter Attig.
of St. Charles, Iowa. Deceased's wife
preceded him in death a little over
eleven yiars ii'u.
John Plakely. a Mercer county pio
neer, died at his home in Preemption,
township yesterday, aged s.s veals.
lit: was a native of Ireland and ha l
n-'ded in Preenii'lioa i:pivarI of a
;i!f ..eniiirv. Mr.
ied bv his wife ami
RYAN AND STIFT MATCHED.
To Tight Twenty Roande Before the TrI
City Athletic Club.
Manarrer Jack Leonard has secured
Tommy Bvan, of Syracuse, N. Y.,
and Billy Stift, the sturdy Chicago
fighter, for a 20-round battle before
the Tri-Citv Athletic club at Daven
port, between April 10 and 15. Ar
rangements were practically com
pleted, yesterday upon the receipt of a
telegram from Ryan saying that the
terms offered by the manager of the
club were acceptable to him.
The articles of agreement will per
mit Ryan to enter the ring weighing
li'i pounds. Stift asserts that he can
do 150 and enter the riug strong and
in gootl condition.
Speaking of the match yesterday,
Stift said that he thought that Ryan
would be able to outpoint him in' '20
rounds, but that he hoped to get
home some of his good right hand
swings ami even matters up. In a
battle with Ryan Stift would, in the
opinion of many, have a chance.
Like Frank Childs, Stift is able to put
almost any mau away whom he is
able to hit, and this fact makes him a
dangerous factor until the gong rings
for the close of the last round.
WINONA AND THE SWAIN.
TARS CHOOSE OFFICERS.
Tabbe to Command Rock
Division of Bescrres.
Organization of the 2d division, 2d
battalion. Illinois iaval Militia, was
perfected at Armory hall last evening
by the election of 'the following ofli
cers: First Lieutenant (conxruanding)
George E. Tubbs.
Second Lien tenant Sam Bowlby.
Senior Ensign Fred L. Tubbs.
Junior Ensigu Joseph Frey.
Ensign Tubbs is the youngest naval
oliicer in the state.
Capt. J. II. Porter, of Moline. com
manding the 2d battalion, presided at
the meeting, and made a brief talk to
the iaekics. in which be illustrated
the work which they
Hr e- tjr rz' n
THE OLD WAY
John and Nixon lilakclv. of K!ac!,
Hawk township: Mrs. Titia McCaw
and Mrs. Mary Johnson, of Uowlin
Mrs. Rachel M. Johnson, Brooklyn,
Iowa, and Misses Margaret ami Ann
and Koiiert ami Jleurv Ulakelv at
The funeral of William Mueller oc
curred from the home of his grand
son, August Heimbcck. U'JJ Third
avenue, at 2 o'clock this afternoon
The pallbearcKS were the deceased's
four grandsons. August. Einil and
Julius Heirabeck aud John Ieitto
The remains were laid to rest in t ak
tlale cemetery, Davenport. The fun
eral was private. Rev. T. W. Graf toil
Carl Rabn, whose death occurred
yesterday afternoon, was born in
Germany and was 48 vears of ajre
He is survived by three sons aud two
daughters. The funeral will be held
it 'J o'clock tomorrow afternoon from
Knox's undertaking parlors. The re
mains will be interred in the Lutheran
AtGalesburg yesterday occurred the
funeral of J. W. Barber, father of A
F. 15arler. of tbiscitv. Mr. and Mrs.
IS.trber and daughters, Eva ami M vr
tie. and S. R. Wright, attended.
We, the undersigned, do hereby
arree to return! the monev on a o-
ceut bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of lar if it Luis to cure vour
cough or cold. We also guarantee a
25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or
uorst von jv.oeckk1tz.
(Jive me a liver regulator and I
can regulate the world," said a genius.
1 he druggist banded him a bottle of
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
famous little pills. For sale by T. II.
Thomas, A. J. Re las and M. . Bahn
Arnold's Bromo Celery cares head
aches; 10, 25 and 60 cents. Reiss'
To Cnro Constipation Forever
Tnk Gaseareta Cand Cathartic lOetirSn
L'CC C lali t3 curs, drui-jiiu rsf and zrcac?
Capt. S( reck fur,- Steamers Ready for the
The steamers Citv of Winona and
Verne Swain are on the ways at the
Kahlke boat vard, where tbey have
been undergoing repairs. From the
hull to the pilot house, from the
wheel to the bow not a fixture in the
smallest detail has been neglected.
Both have been painted a pure white
inside and outside. The cabin lloors
have been laid with linoleum. A
steam generator of Capt. Strecknis'
invention has been installed on the
Winona. It promises to overcome
numerous uimcuitics wuicn nave
caused delay in the past. Capt.
Streckfus savs f2,500 has been ex
pended on the two boats aud 12 men
kept continuously at work since Nov.
). J he erne will neave away lrom
the harbor not later than Monday of
next week, anil will begin her season's
traveling between Rock Island and
Clinton. She will Ie followed in a
short time bv the Winona. Both
t earners have taken on a ga- appcar-
mce and will shine brighter than ever
the coming summer.
The Dewey I'lay.
'Dewev, the Hero of Manila." is
the 50th play written and staged by
John A. Frazer. Mr. Fra.er, who is
now just turning 40, is the author of
more plays than were ever written by
any other American dramatist, and
includes in the list of his successes
such well known pi-ces as "Under
the Dome," produced bv Lincoln J.
Carter: Edelweiss," in which Mattie
ickers starred for several seasons;
The Train Wreckers," "A Noble
Outcast," "A Cheerful Liar," "Twixt
Love and Money," "The Merry Cob
bler," "The Circus Girl." the new
Lost Paradise," "A Gay Deceiver,"
Pleasant Valley,"' etc. His latest
Irani a, "Dewey,'' is probably the best
thing he has done, and is certainly
one of the most elaborate sceuie pro-
I fictions of the present season. At
Harper's theatre, Sunday, March 2t.
Rockford has signed a full team.
l'lin players are: Catchers. Snyder
ind F.ergen: pitchers. Daniels, R u ber,
I'nderwood and McDonald or 11 list
ing: lii'st oase, Charles J.utenoerg;
second base, Henry Hines: shortstop.
I on v J-.stertjue.st: third base. Ilenrv
Hines: third base. Charles Ruelow:
Icfl lie'd. Jesse Hale: center tudil.
Willhiiit O'Connor: right lield. lierL'en
or one of the pitchers.
Ruck'' Ebriirht has caught on as
umpire in the Interstate league.
Catcher John Grim will be a member
of the statl". Both asked for places in
the Western association.
Of Treating Dyspepalit ami lndirestiO.
Dieting a Dutisterous uutl I'sclcstt One.
we say the old way, out reaiiv it is
a very commou one at the present
time and many dyspeptics .-.nd physi
cians as well consider the lirst step to
take in attempting to cure indigestion
is to diet, eitner bv selecting certain
foods and rejecting others or to great
ly diminish the qtlantity usually
taken: in other words, the starvation
plan is bv many supposed to be the
lu st essential.
The almost certain failure of the
starvation cure for dyspepsia has
proven time and agaiu. but still the
moment dyspepsia makes its apiear-
auce a course of dieting is at once ad
vised. All this is radically wrong. It is
foolish and unscientific to recommend
dieting or starvation to a man suffer
ing from dyspepsia, because indiges
tion itself starves every organ and
every nerve and every libre in the
What the dyspeptic wants is abund
ant nutrition, which means plenty of
good, wholesome, well-cooked food
and something to assist the weak
stomach to digest it. This is exactly
the purpose for which' Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets are adapted, and this
is the method by which tbey cure the
wyrst cases ot dyspepsia; in other
words, the patient eats plenty of
wholesome food and Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets digest it for him. In this
way the system is nourished and the
overworked stomach rested, leeause
the tablets will digest the food wheth
er the stomach works or not. Oue of
these tablets will digest 3,000 grains
of meat or eggs.
Your druggist will tell you that
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
purest and safest remedy for stom
ach troubles aud every" trial makes
one more fiieud for this excel
lent preparation. Sold at 50 cents
for full sized packages at all drug
A little book on stomach diseases
mailed free by addressing F. A.
Stuart company, Marshall Mich.
The credentials for delegates for
the head camp at Kansas City will be
issued fruiin the head clerk's ollice in
side of 10 days.
Special credentials have
pared for the delegates
states of Wyoming. Idaho,
Oregon and West Virginia.
The writing of the new membership
records, upon which a force of clerks
has been engaged, is practically lin
ished. The records extend back eight
years. The work of rewriting these
records involved the copying of over
Millions Given Avar.
It is certainly gratifying to the pub
lie to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to Ijc generous t.
tiie needy and suffering. Ihe propri
etorsof Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds have
given away over ten million trial bot
tles of this great medicine, and have
the satisfaction of knowing it has al
solutely cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma, bronchitis, hoarse
ness aud all diseases of the throat
chest ami lungs are surely cured by
it. Call on llartz A: L llemeyer, drug
gists, and get a free trial bottle.
Regular size 50 cents and $1. Every
bottle guaranteed or price refunded.
Vrain-O firings Relief
To the coffee drinker. Coffee drink
ing is a habit that is universally in
dulged in and almost as universally
injurious. Have vou tried Grain-O?
It is almost like coffee, but the effects
are just the opposite. Coffee upsets
the stomach, ruins the digestion, af
fects the heart ami disturbs the whole
nervous system. Graiu-O tones ui
the stomach, aids digestiou and
strengthens the nerves. There is
nothing but nourishment in Graiu-O.
It can't be otherwise. 15 and 25 cents
Chronic Rheumatism Cured.
Dr. II. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Imi., says: "For several months after
spraining mv ankle I was severely
afflicted with rheumatism. I finally
tried Detcbon's 'Mystic Cure' for
rheumatism, aud in 'four davs could
walk without mv cane: two liottles
cured me sound andwell. 1 take great
lleasure in recommending the "Mystic
Cure' to all who are afflicted with rheu
matism." Sold bv Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island, anil Gust
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second street,
Subscribe for Tec Acuus,
tfackleu's Arnica einlve.
The l est salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, uicors, salt rheum
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
! chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tins, and positively cures piles or uc
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer,
It is very hard to stand idly by and
see our dear ones suffer while await
nig the arrival of the doctor. An
Albany (N. Y.) dairyman called at
drug store there for a doctor lo come
and see his child, then very sick with
croup. Not finding the doctor in, he
left word for him to come at once on
bis return. He also bought a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
wnicn ne noped would give some re
lief until the doctor should arrive
in a tew nours lie returned. savinr
the doctor need not come, as the child
was much better. The druggist. Otto
Scholz, savs the family has since rec
oni mended Chamberlain's Cough Item
edy to their neighbors ami friends
until he has a constant demand for it
from that part of the country. For
sale by all druggists.
Pneumouia follows la grippe, but
pucumonia cannot follow the use of
Foley's Honey aud Tar. Pneumonia
is striking down hundreds of those
who thought thoy were cured of la
grippe. I'oley s Honey and Tar, taken
duiimr or alter la irripiie, is iruaran-
teed to prevent pneumouia.
As the season of the vear when
pneumonia, lagrippe, sore throat.
coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
lung troubles are to be guarded
against, nothing "is a line substitute"
will answer the puriKise." or is
just as good" as One Minjte Cough
Cure. That is the one infallible
remedy for all lung, throat or bron
chial troubles. Insist vigorously
lirvnn hnvinrr it. if unme.thinir etcu" la
offered 30 u. For sale bv T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Reiss and M. F. Bahn-
Dost Tobsece Spit sad featoae fear Lift Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mac
netic. full of Me oc.rt and vieor, lake No-To
Bac, the wonder- worker, that makes weak zneo
btrong. All druseists, SOc or II. Cure guaran
teed- Booklet aod sample irco. Addres;
fecriiac Keasciy Co : Chiceco cr Ut" Ycrk.
Cheap Cash Store.
. . . .GROCERIES. . . .
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen, only
Plpnt.v of trrxvil fi:iivv lnitfer ner HOUnd
o j 1 r - -
s Lion or McLaughlin package coffee only. . ..
, Nice choice Japan tea siftings, per pound.. .
If Fancy rolled oat meal. 10 pounds for
The best tiualitv of salt heirings, per tl jzeii .
Brick codfish, 8c per pound, 2 pound
Nice dried Scotch peas, 2 quarts for
1 Canned tomatoes, the best, 2 cans for
... .OTHER GOODS.
A lot of choice calico prints, per yard. only. .
A lot of nice towels, each only 5c and. .......
A lot of ladies' and gentlemen's umbrellas. . . ,
Household goods and tinware sold cheap.
15 and 77 c
.1513 and 1515 Second Avenue.
Now is the time to
select your spring
tailor made suit al
Treffer Co., Ladies' Tailors,
We have a complete line of impor ed En
glish Worsted, English and Scotch Che
viots, Meltons, Plain and Striped Vene
tians, Scotch Homespus, Tweed,
Broadcloths, West of England Box Coat
ings, Habit Cloth and Golf Goods, all of
which are exclusive styles. Call and see
styles and examine our work.
And men change with the times. Fine
merchant tailoring has advanced as an art
more perhaps than any other business
during this century. We are in the front
ranks and can we be of any service to you!
B. ZIMMER & GO.
John liolland, 6 Per Cent
Careful investors are invited to examine the merits of our new form of
bonds. They run five years and bear 6 per cent interest. The bonds have
20 coupons, 10 to pay interest, and 10 to pay principal. The interest and 10
per cent of the principal are payable semi-annually. You receive 10 per cent
of the principal every six months, but continue to draw 6 per cent interest
on the ORIGINAL SUM for the full term of the bond, thus enabling the
investor to get an increased rate of interest on the investment. The bonds
are as absolutely secure as it is possible to make a security. Highest
efcreuces from investors given. For full particulars address
ADLERT WELDON, room 12 Mitchell & Lyndo Bldg or
305-9 No. 218 LaSalle Street Chicago, III.
208-12 Keith-Perry Building.. Kansas City, Mo
511-13 Century Building St. Louis, Mo.
842-3 Banigan Building Providence, R. I.
House Cleaning Time
!i-3r 1 v(i,.
has its troubles, but none of them
are worse than having your fur
niture fall apart when you try to
move it. Buy well-made aud high
grade furniture if you want it to
last, such as you will lind in our
superior stock. We arc showing
new designs in bedroom suits
at prices that will attract the
PflDnCQ 1802 Second.
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, 20, f 22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $5 50, $6, $5.50 and
upward. Come in and see our fine line.
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