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-i5CEEB AEeiTS,' SATURDAY, APBIIi 29, 1899.
Published Dally and Weekly at IBM Heeocfl
Avenue, Kock I&land, HL Entered at ttk
, cwtofflee as Second-class matter. 1
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TERMS Dally, 10 cents per week. Wekly,
32.00 per annum; In advance tl.60.
All communications of political or arfntnen
tsilre character, political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
ucb article wUJ be printed over fictitious nig
natures Correspondence solicited from ffvery town
ship in Rock Island county.
Satludat. April 29.
Ai'MiuAi. Dewev's favorite watch is
made of steel from the su nken battle
IIxist your ilajr, ami give a whoop
for Dewey May, if you do not do any-
tlunij else Alonuay.
President McKinley'a full length
rxirtrait has been nearly completed by
Charles A. VI iupple.
Hf.s. Booth of the Salvation army
intends to establish an industrial
fnrni of 15,000 acrea in western
The ;;reat diamond anniversary of
1 lie American Sundav school union
will be held at Philadelphia May 20
2.j. It will be a notable occasion.
Warsaw wants to le the count v
Meat of Hancock county, and offers, if
the transfer is made from Carthage
to that place, to erect a suitable court
house and present it to the county.
The Business Men's association of
Warsaw in back of the movement.
The unconditional surrender argu
ment has leen a sure and safe one on
th? part of this country in dealing
witu its enemies ever since it mane
its orinator famous in times when
the darkest clouds in our history
were hanging over us. It was. by tlie
way, the same argument that Dewey
enforced at Manila bay, and that the
American ships emphasized at San
tiago. The Aku s fought for the levee for
years in the face of all sorts of ob
Kticles, and now that the great im
provement is at last a realization, it
desires that the steamboat question le
disposed of in a manner fair to the city
which as a means of encouragement
of the steamboat traflic has made the
expenditure, and at the same time
with fairness to the steamboats which
desire to avail themselves of the op
portunites the city ha offered.
One of the most protracted conven
tion lights of Henry county ended at
Kewanee at 6 o'clock yesterday morn
ing iu the nomination of L.H. Chesley,
of Kcwanec. for county judge by the
Henry county republicans. Four can
didates. John Hoot, of Calva, Harry
Itrown. of (leneseo, John Streed. of
Cambridge, and T. H. Chesley. of Ke
wanee. were in the race. The conven
tion legaii Thursday, morning and
co;:t".nued all day and all night: 14o
ballots were taken in all. Mr. Clisley
receiving on the l.":it ballot 150 votes.
nni' more than a majority. The nom
ination is made at this time in order
to fill a vacancy caused by the death
of A. K. Mock.
Col. Fkki Fi sstox. the hero of the
war in the Philippines, is an insignifi
cant looking little fellow, weighing
less than a hundred pounds. When
he was appointed colonel of the regi
ment he was the laughing stock of
all Kansas. It is-different now. Be
fore the war with Spain was declared.
Col. Fuston. although of Kansas, was
a soldier in the Cuban army. The
Iola. Kas.. Register savs of him: "At
B.tvaaio, Cuba, where he was one of
40 mounted Cubans who charged .a
line of 2,500 Spanish infantry, wait
ing to receive them with cannon at
the angles, his horse was swept from
tinder him by a charge of canister,
and he was left on foot 30 yards
from the Spanish lines. 'I saw!
could be of no further use,' be re
marked, in telling the story to the
writer hereof, 'so I took the . saddle
and bridle off ru v dead horse and
walked off the field'.' Think of that.
His horse had just leen killed by a
cannon shot and 2,500 men only "30
yards away were shooting at him. and
fvt he remembered that saddles and
bridles were scarce and dear, and
stayed in the lire until he could carry
his awav. No wonder that with such
HTv ALU NATlZm I
STATS . . . .
and Brecarad nulv tHa Mno,e
BEBV1R MEDICAL LAWS
prescnosa by eminent pcyiiciaas
'TiTt thI.---iI1 Trail. Mark
45o. a bonM. AtjUlilumi.i.wUirooyh
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Branca Ebbs, Qwt QlaMwaAa.
wmr tun jjpinimmtmit- f ,
inMiXd Minuter, sas
lSrnOU 8T03BL4CI1AE. tjtmt tor
C-t-. MlstStwi SI C H'lutwta.
a leader tne zmn nausas is mak
ing a glorious record."
Coddling the Trust.
Attorney General Griggs has held
that it is impossible to suppress the
trusts because the law cannot be made
to reach them. Even if this is true,
it does not follow that the govern
ment is obliged to encourage, protect
and subsidize them. This leads the
Xew York Journal to ask the follow
ing pertinent and suggestive ques
tions: Why should we give the 17,000,000
Borax trust the power to tax Ameri
can consumers 5 cents a pound on
Could not the 130,000.000 Knit
Goods company and the f50,000,0OO
Print Cloth Pool get along without
duties of 50 per cent and upward on
the things that people must wear?
"Would it not oe possible for the
United States Cast Iron Pipe and
Foundry company, capital 30,000,
000, to make a living without 'J a ton
Is the f 30.000,000 National Lead
company in dire need of the proceeds
of a tax of a cent and a half a pound
Could not the f 15,000,000 West
ern lumber pool destroy our forests
fast enough without the stimulus of a
duty of per 1,(KW feet on pine
Do the consumers of sugar feel
morally bound to pay tariff taxes of
$20,000,000 a year to the sugar trust
and its allies, with their capital of
"Are the various steel trusts, total
capitalization $367,050,600, so poor
that they must have outdoor relief in
the form of duties of from $6.72 per
ton upward on steel and its products?
"Is not the $50,000,000 American
Tin Plate company a sulliciently ro
bust infant by this time to be able to
dispense with its pap of 1J cents a
pound on tin plates? .
"The simple, practical policy to
put in force under existing conditions
is to place every article controlled by
a trust on the free list. Its execution
would not depend on the zeal and
good raitu of prosecuting omcers anu
" 'But that would mean free trade,'
somelxdy objects. 'As the trusts
control e'verything now, if their pro
ducts are put on the free list there
will be no tan 11 Iwft.
"Well, what of it? If trusts are
the only beneficiaries of the robber
tariff, we certainly can dispense with
it as far as protection is concerned.
As for the revenue that can be got
from a graduated income tax."
The severance of the American isth
mus seems assured, and with the com
pletion of an adequate and easily navi
gable ship canal ironi the Atlantic to
the Pacilic will come changes and ex
pansions in the commerce of the world
which can as yet scarcely be conjec
tured. Kxjerience has amply proved
that increased . facilities create new
traflic, greater as the gain in time and
safety in facility becomes more con
siderable. In a case where the change
is so great and far-reaching as that
which will be made bv the completion
of a trans-isthmian water-ronte data
of existing tonnage carried are of
little value as a guide toau estimation
of this tratlie or the linancial profit of
the undertaking. Some suggestions.
however, may be found by the study
of other works of similar character.
learing alwavs in mind that ocean
freight carrying is not much benefited
bv small savings in time of transit.
especially when effected at the cost of
more dillicult navigation, while the
gain from a large saving rises in rapid
ratio t.. I,. Corthell, in the J-.ngi
neering Magazine for May.
Apiil 26. Sophia J. Kemley to Kock
Island v 1 eoria Kailway Co., part
lots 4, 5 and 6, Water block 6, Chi
cago or Lower add., Kock Island,
V. M. Parks to Nels Olerg. lot 7,
block A, (S-rilHth & Co.'s add..Moline,
Augusta L. Anders on to Bertha J.
North, lot 5. block 2. F.llen S. Web
ber's add.. Moline $1,450.
27 Otto C. Krone to William Mc
Cleland. lot 4. block 1, Flick's add.,
and e 71 feet lot 1, block 1, Water
man's plac?, Moline, $1(00.
Charlotte A. Simmons to Wihelmina
Dierks, e lots 6 and 7, block 2, South
Geo. W. Niese to P. Victor Krone,
lot 5, block 3, Moore's second add..
Bethesda Mineral Spring water is
a cure for Bright's disease, dialtetcs
and kindred affections, and has been
the means of restoring to health many
hundreds of invalids. So well estab
lished is the curative power of this
wonderful water that the most suc
cessful physicians freelv prescribed
and fully endorsed it for all diseases of
the kidneys or bladder. Sold in
sealed half-gallon bottles. Write for
booklet to Bethesda Mineral Spring
Company, Wankesha, Wis.
Pneumonia is one of the most dan
gerous and fatal diseases. It always
results from a cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will quickly cure a
cold and perhaps prevent an attack
of pneumonia. It is in fact made
especially for that ailment and has
become famous lor us cares over a
large part of the civilized world. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold
toward pneumonia. Can you anora
to neglect your cold when so reliable
a remedy can be had for a trifle? For
sale by all druggists. .
Glad TMlan to Asthma ttafferers.
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick 1
and positive relief in all cases. i
The importance of
taking a eood Spring
Medicine is well known
in fact, its necessity
is universally admit
ted.- To argue this
poi I nt is useless takes
your tinie and wastes our
The real question is. what
course, you want tne
your blood j you want a
which cures blood.
For your ap
slftl I ftJH ach-weak-'I
3 90 dysp epsia synop
B to ma you want a medi
I cine contXaining appetite
. stomach-v'tonine, dyspepsia-
qual Xities. For that tired
erable, all run 0
dition, on want
a true tonie 0 bone
sinew, nerve andmuscle not a
timulantx'Now we can prove,
wefcareyXproved, we DO prove each
and every day in M ' the year, that
Hood's I yf Sarsaparilla
IS the best;
that it is un-
I II v leaualhd as a
general Spring Medi
cine ; that it meets
very requirement above named
and more. We pr ove this by thou
sands of testi x monials
not from people anxions
but from people
of life as you. And
our f testimonials tell ot
'cures, real, bona fide CURES.
Webelieve when you Lave given it a
fair trial you will agree that America's
Greatest Medicine and best Spring
Medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Pre
pared byC. I. Hood t Co., Lowell, Masa.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Mrs. S. II. Willis is visiting in
Miss Margaret Montgomery, of Rey
nolds, is visiting in the citv.
J. L. Johnson, of Chicago, left for
home todav, after a brief visit in this
Mrs. George 1. Smyth, of Keokuk,
Iowa, is visiting her daughter, Mrs
C. C. Hilton proprietor of the Ter
race hotel at Waukesha, Wis., is vis
iting relatives in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doty returned
to Peoria today, after visiting Mrs.
Doty s parents, fllr. and Mrs. 11. J
The tri-citv delegates to the Royal
Neighbors' conention were enter
tained at the home 01 Mrs Mary t.
Mulcahey Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Banks and son,
George, after a pleasant visit with
Mrs. Banks parents. Mr. and Mis
James Thompson, at 2100 Third ave
nue, returned to their home at Ocono
monoc. Wis., todav.
Fifty couples were present at the
dancing party given at Carse hall last
evening by Rock Island lodge No. 35,
Mystic Workers of the World. It was
a delightful social affair. Bleuer fur
nished the music.
There was a happy gathering of
young folks at the Industrial Home
last night, the occasion being the lirat
ball given under the auspices of the
Emauon club, a society composed
mostly of High school boys and girls.
The first of the series of dancing
parties arranged by a committee of
vonng gentlemen, composed of W. H.
Carl, J. E. Clarkson'and O. C. Pau
tall, and to be given at Black Hawk
inn, occurred last night, marking the
opening of the season's terpsichorean
festivities at this pleasant summer
resort. The ball room was prettily
decorated with ferns and tlowers.
Sixty couples were in attendance.
The music was furnished by Ogden's
Ula Le Was Saved.
J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a won
derful deliverance from a frightful
death. In telling of it be says:. "I
was taken with typhoid fever that ran
into pneumonia. My. lungs became
hardened. I was so" weak I couldn't
even sit np in bed. Nothing helped
me. I expected to soon die of con
sumption,' when I heard of Dr. King's
New Discovery. One bottle gave great
relief. I continued to use it, and now
am well and strong. I can't say too
much in its praise." This marvelous
medicine is the surest and quickest
cure in the world for all throat and
lung trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents
and $1. Trial bottles free at Ilartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store; every bottle
A LJfe for SO Cents.
Many people have been cured of
kidney diseases by taking a 50-cent
bottle of Foley'a Kidney Cure.
Little, neglected scratches and
woonds frequently result in blood
poisoning. Better heal them quickly
with DeWitt'a Wich Hazel salve, a
thoroughly, anti-septic application
ith a record of alwavs curing piles,
old alcVrsYfTfrs, rounds and
skin dUaeV F - sale by T. 1L
Thomas, A- J. Rclss and M. F. Bahn
A 1 9
to take? Of
, . T J
TTIOR SALE-A LOT LOCATED IN THE
-I best block on Third avenue. Apply of
T7K3R SALE TWO GOOD BUILDING LOTS.
L fcOxlM feet, near C.,HU P. depot, a
bargain, si, 400.
IJH5R SALE AT 300 TWEXTY-SIXTII
- street, two sinvle buceies at fO and S
FOR SALE LAUGF. SALOON ICE 1K)X
Cull and examine it at A. 11. Lull's. l?ot
IfOR SALE TWO NICE HOMES ON THIRD
- avenue, one ivOO. tbe other ll.loO; paving
paid tor. Inquire at 1 1 10 Third avenue.
FOR SALE A liOOD -'-SEATED SURREY,
at les-s ihan one lifth its cost: built by
Wall & lit Inquire at 70y Twen'y-secotd
FOR SALE A BALDWIN DRY AIR (SEC
ond hand) refrigerator. Too small for th
household where now iu use. Inquire at this
TJK)R SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
XJ All kinds ot fruit: good buildings; near
town. A banrain for some one if taken soon.
Gordon ft Bowman.
TTIOR SALE-FANCY GAITED. GENTLE
X? saddle mare, suitable for bo v. Kirl oryouna
ludy. Address J. L. H ." care Coal Valley
Mining company, city.
TJIOR S A LE A MODKEM HOUSEOFSEVKN
-A- rooms, in good local. 011. Will be sold on
essy terms or rented reasonable. Apply on
premises. i Twelfth street.
CTOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRE
MJ farm near town. Lots of fruit. To be
told cheap to settle an estate. Here Is a bar
gain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon &
filOB BALE GOAL IN ANY QUANTITY
a? ot 60 bushels or over at 12.50 per ton, de
Ivered O. O. D. to any part of the oity. Leave
rders at Commercial house barber shop, Roes
isiana, or tno J unci, aiuan.
mOR SALE CHEAP LOTS IN MM AS
d ter's addition, old baseball grounds. These
iota will be sold from S400 upward; small
smount down, balance on long time at 6 per
eect. Reidy Bros., room 4, Mitchell 4t Lynde
TTIOR SALE LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER
X? Ninth avenue and Twenty-third street:
also lot southeast corner Ninth avenue and
Twentv-seeond street: terms to suit buyer.
Address T. J. Halpin, 50tf Main street, St.
TTIOR SALE THE A UGUSTAN A COLLEGE
MJ barber shop. Good paying, clean and
rash trade. A snlendid opportunity for a
young man to start in business. Wrte or ap
ply on premises. S. J. Stader, 633 Thirty-elghili
ClOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
-' with about SO different slides, suitable foi
allng legal blanks or any description of paper
n Bat form to be kept In shape for writing.
A comprehensive index conneoted. Just the
thing lor any office with oontraots, etc., to
me. Address a., js. u., care 01 tei abqub.
They lit the feet as nature v
"J EN NESS
MADE of the very
kid. Graceful. -effect
fitting an4 stylish.
Constructed on strictly
anatomical principles to
lit the feet as nature
We alone have them!
ITIS Second avenue.
VI M A SURE RELIEF TO WOMAN for
all troubles peculiar to tier sex. S3Sead by
mail or from our Agent. $ t.OO per box.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop, CLEYELAXO. OHIO.
For sale by M. F. B abuse a, druggist.
WANTED BOARDERS, AT 1912 Fourth
V ANTED A KITCHEN GIRL. AT THE
"T ANTED AN EXPERIENCED COOK.
Mrs. T. A. Murphy .V7 Elm street.
J ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICEROOMS
ana Doara at zzx 1 ourtn avenue.
ANTED 1 tO YS AT SASH AND DOOlt
works. Must be over 14 years old.
T ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
nouseworK uau at ui rouno avenue.
WANTED 2! AGENTS AT TBE KAST
v v em Tea aud Coilee company, 2W7 Fourih
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework in small family. Apply at
WANTED LADY AGENTS. BIG MONEY
C'U evenings after 6 p.m. at Commer
cial hotel. J. M. Munro.
VT A NTKD A COMPETENT STENO
vv irrapher aud typewriter, at Mayer Levi
& Co'.s. Kits Third avenue.
WANTED A GIL FOR GENERAL
housework: family of three adults: no
cooking. 15 Second avenue.
ITT ANTED TO RENT A FOUR OR FIVE
S' v room house near Tweuty-fourth street.
Address "J. D..'" Arucs office.
TTTA NTED INSTALLMENT CANVASS
It en for specialties. American Wringer
Company, Si i weuiiem street.
fTTANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
v housework. Apply with references to
Mrs. sperry. sws Tweniy-secona street.
I T A NTED PUPILS WISHINU TO TAKE
? f private lessor.s in dancing can do so by
enquiring at mu r inn avenue. Jones.
TA NTED POSITION AS FIRST-CLASS
V v horse-shoer or general blaeksmitblng.
Address bam Ambrose. Wb t irst avenue.
TTTA NTED MEN TAILORS. COAT AND
v v pants makers. Steady work. J. Vaseu
tailor. 1JM East Third street. Davenport.
TiTT ANTED THREP. SALESMEN FOR TEA
v T and coffee. Call mornings between 8
and U), lz-JU second avenue. Mr. Bartlett.
WANTED PAINTERS AND PAPPR
harik'trs, at W. C. Hubbe's, 1610 Third
avenue. None but nrst-class men need apply.
TTTA NT ED-POSITION BY YOUNG MAN
Tv of 18. as grocery elerk: willing to do
anything: good references. Address "U.S.
A net's office.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR
. general housework. Only four in fam
ily: easy place, good pay. Call afternoon or
evening at ix:vi aecona avenue.
TTTA NTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
V v for accident insurance: one wbo can de.
vote sufficient time to the business to make it
profitable. Address '-E M-, Abucs.
TTTA NTED 200 HORSES TO CLIP BY
tv electricity, at tbe Metropolitan horse
shoeing shop, corner Third and nock Island
streets. George faliaae, Davenport, lowa.
T ANTED SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS MA
vv chinists. vice bands, blacksrxith helpers,
woodworkers, and painters, bv large manu
facturing concern of Chicago sutburb. Address
narvcy, aruus oince.
TTTA NTED PUPILS IN FREEHAND AND
mechanical drawing. Pen and ink.
china painting and new method of water col
ors. Children's class Saturday afternoons,
with first lesson and material free. Class in
the evening. Lessons SO cents. Miss Piatt,
studio 606 Eighteenth street.
WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
Island to take orders for the celebrated
Singer sewing machine. A No. I contract
given to right parties. Call on or address tbe
Singer Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
street, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
moods, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
?oods. furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half tbe usual
ftore prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
1623 Second avenue. Don't forget it. J. W.
tones. Two rings on 1347.
IjlOIt RENT NICE LARGE ROOMS AT
Uift Seventeenth fctteet.
tpOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
X? bath, in Hurst flats, 328 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT DOUBLE STORE BUILDING
at lftlft-1517 Second avenue. Inquire of
FOR RENT S TABLE FOR TWO ORTHREE
horses; all conveniences. Enquire lu02
rpOR RENT LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
aj room- steam heat, gas and bath. Enquire
at 1704 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT TWO FLATS OPPOSITE THE
C R. I. & P. depot, with bath and water.
Enquire of G. A. Koester, Davenport- Phone
T7V3R RENT NEW LODGE ROOM. WHAT
J? was formerly the Standard club rooms.
Has been fitted up with new and complete
lodge room furniture and fixtures, and Is
open and ready for inspection. Cheap rent;
steam heat. Apply of Krell & Math.
AGENTS WANTED AT TOK EASTERN
Tea and Coffee company, 2Ufi Fourth
HAVE YOUR SHIRT WAISTS MADE BY
an expert. Fit and work guaranteed.
1806 Third avenue, second floor.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gage loans by W. II. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
EL WANTED LADIES TO MAKE
bandages at borne for large surgical
bouse. Earn 110 weekly. Enclose addressed
stamped envelope for reply. Marshall & Co.,
Brooklyn. N. Y.
I EXPRESS LINE CHARLES MILLERS
-i Blxpress. 1K6 Sixth avenue. Csreful
handling of goods and quick and re'iable ser
vice. Moving by careful, experienced men.
Call or telephone No. 4641. -
LACE CURTAINS MENDED. PAINTINGS,
library books and line laces renovated
properly. Water colon of old Fort Arm
strong and Colorado views for sale cheap.
Call or address KUi Piatt, art teacher eue
tALESUEN-fCALLINQ ON ANY LINE
kj ot trade, city or country) we have best
'side Ine ever offered: over ISO different styles
j of the hand sonjest calendars ever put on the
market: most liberal commissions offered (30
'per rent). Agents can easily make 140 to 1 1 00
. weekly. Guaranteed tbe best line to be found
anywhere. Give references. Tbe American
Novelty company, tMO and (Ml Broadway, Cin
MOTTS PENNYROYAL f(US
They o?reoiiM WMkn
Ukfity ttsvl oBWroniiicifiue vigor
JXl bttaialk - of mciksUnsv
turn." Iticr tut Lira ttvn
m K-inam wovtBoooa, aMlnkg dr.
re top mem r of orrtos and body. N
know remedy for wowtrti
U". ' a-oot karsa. IK too-
ISy mall. KJ bv armliU.
For sale bj M. E&bosen, druirgisw
fwl NELSON &
Are always selling the best goods at the lowest prices, simply because
they thoroughly understand how to buy and are always giving their cus
tomers the benefit. We wish to call special attention to our line of cof
fees. Having completed a contract for several thousand pounds of differ
ent grades, each grade to be roasted especially tor us and shipped as we
need them, you get a freshly roasted cofee unsurpassed in quality at
bottom prices. Note tbe following quotations:
Oar Golden Rio at
OurN. & L. Santos Pcalierry
Our N. & Li. Imperial..
Our N. & L. Java
Our N. & L. Java & Mocha
Let us also quote you
Schepp's shredded cocoa
nut, per pound
Mixed nuts, 8 pounds
Buttermilk soap, per bar.
Enameline stove polish . . .
Rising Sun stove polish . .
Ileinz's sour pickles, per
NELSON & LUNDQUIST,
CASH GROCERS, 329 Twentieth St. 'Phone 1090.
Drink at the Fountain oi Health
and be made well
The most successful
and the mostsoieuUlio
Our Electric Machine (or
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
His reputation for yearsla Davenport. where he has cured bundredsor chronic cases given us
as hopeless by others, proves conclusively that bis suientino methods of treatment cure when
CONSULTATION FREE -PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURES.
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney, TJver and Skin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advance
system of medicine.
WOALEN suffering from Diseases of the Womb, Ovaries. Bladder, Kidneys,
Nervous Exhaustion. Palpitation of the Heart. Dyspepsia, or any disease peculiar to sex
Fbould call on the great Specialist and get an opinion on their case free of charge.
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied; Nervous Debility, Piles. Exhaustiv
Drains, Night Losses. Defective Memory. Threatened Insanty, Loss of Will Power, Ment
Delusions. Sleeplessness. Lost Manhood, Weakness of Men, etc.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent cure In seven days by our painless
methods. Hydrocele cured In three days no pain.
Remember it Pays to Consult the Best First.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. Tho nom
t erous acknowledgements we have received from the newspapers for our remarkablo cure
In both medical and surgical oases is proof conclusive bat our advanced methods cure
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult us at once atid
regain your lost health. There Is a stave in every disease that can be cured. Have
you passed tbat stage? If not. do not experiment anyi onger, but consult us at once. Kur
thermore. we offer 11,000 to any one proving our credentials false. We make it an object
to investigate ours. No other specialist offers such a fair proposition. ONLY CUKAflLMS
; CASES TAKEN. Best of reference and credentials. If you cannot call, write. Hun
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SPRING WALL PAPERS.
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Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rook Island, HI.
Incorporated Voder the
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J. M. Buford, president,
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P. (ireeaawalt. Cashier.
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Honey Drip syrup. er
Sorghum, per gallon 35c
Good rice and raisins, per
Canned peas, 5c, 7 e and
3 for . 25c
Fancy patent flour, per 1
Garden seeds in bulk.
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Late of Chicago, former
ly Surgeon-ln-Chief of St.
Anthony 's hospital.
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in the City. g
310-314 Twentieth Street.
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