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THE ARGrTJS, MONDAY, MAT 29, 1S99.
f f work at stvrutB ucuu.
T T and boara at ss-o r wuui bvcuuk.
iVTKfJ-OCOD GIliL FOR GENERAL
housewora. lau t r ir tuu
"ttfi NTED A
GIRT., FOR GENERAL
Call at 701 Fourth avenue.
- r vrm FXPF.KIENCED I-CHHKR Pit
crsatihe Hock. Island Sash ana Door
'AXTFD-TO UUY A BOUT 1'" CORD
rfbi 1 ra d. Apriy to cuor inmnwra
I'AStKH-TWO f;-,OD CANVASSERS
Y tse I ini!illm-nt ifood, So Twentieth
Mrcet, Rick Inland. Ill
1ITASTED-PUPILS WISHINU TO TACT
V V private lesnor.s in dancing can do ao by
eoquirlog at siu r um avenue, wouea.
7 A NTKD G X D. P ET.I A DLRC IL S A I.ES-
(uaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
"1 ITANTfU Y".L'N; ;iKL TO CABK FOR
TV haty and help with buuheworh in fami
ly of three
Inquire at l&rM Seven h avenue
- " IT A NT F D-T WO M F.N Cf LLFC TOU3ANI)
v v M IcitovH for K.ck Inland. li rmDint
positions. M Mitchell
fc Lynde building, be
tween 5 and 6 p. in.
WANTED-A MAN OF .OOI AI'I'EAR-
ne. Call at ftootn nf Twentieth
street, between o and 8 p. iu , Thursdays be-
iween 4 anu o p. m.
TANTED ITCAL SOMCITINf! ANIENT
v v tin accident insurance: uue who ean tie
vole suflicient time to ih- business to make It
proiitao.c. Address "K M.. Akgcs.
- SITUATION 1IY IIOI SI
ExiUnt economist and n-aiv
ii?er: traina-il in eare of children. hh scan
ire-.-, tttujii noiue. AuansH Kivitt;; full par
neujars. a rw,, eare oi ahuik.
T A NTKD LADIES EVERY WIIFKK
t ? working for i:s a few hour a day: make
weekly: fiuek sellinir neeireMty for :ulies:
iiurclv new. i c-motil xviitriuracturirii; eom-
laay. .San Lil-o Kuilme. hieauo.
ANTED A MIDI.E-A;kI WOMAN. A
l iixcwoik or wiliintr i do any kind of work
two or three clays a week and sleep at borne at
rii'.'ht. Aiire- A. IS. 51. caie of A lu.l's olllee
ASTHl - KE-i-ONSIHlE DISTRICT
ijKinai'erH fir reliM-i- uia:ml;iturerv
Income (.m iiiom bly. .'uaraiiieed. Smull cpi
lal ami ref-rene required. Investigation
rsked. Address 510 Woo:ii-r building'. Peoria.
rANTFD-PriMLS IN FREEHAND ANP
vv irec-ianieal drawinc l'en and ink
china pain linn and new method of water col
on, i 'hiidreu's class Saturday afternoon,
with first It'sson anil materiul free. Class in
the evenini.-. lessons M ceulM. Miss 1'lait.
kludio tius rjtfhteenib street.
7 ANTEDGOOD SOLICITORS IN RtMJK
v v Island to tae orders for the celebrated
Sln-?er Mewing machine. A No. I contract
Riven to right parties. Call on or address the
Singer Mauuf .iclurinif company, 417 UarriaoD
ireet, Davenport, Iowa.
ruonds. -T UIAN M'N'EY fN DIA-
:itches. ji:werv. hardware.
musical in-l riiiiielits. bicycles, eloibiui.'. dry
KotKls. f in nil lire, elo Jl if best cash prii-es
patil for secoiid band -rooils of all Kinds also
Tin- alMive ifooilN for sale at half th-t usual
More criee-. All b'isliiess triiiisaction. striuiiy
ctiriliileuti Mis new number and location.
I"" t Second avenue. Don I forget it. J. W.
Joii. Two rins on CUT.
FOR REN r
FPRNISIIED ROOMS AT
LK'KSALK-NKW IIOI SK NO IIIHTWf.N
J ty llrst, street. Apply at Reidy llros
FOR RF.NT-DOCHLK STORK KUILDINU
at Ifl&-I5l7 Second avenue. Inquire of
I?Oit RENT-STAIILK FOR TWO tRTHREIr
borse.s: all conveuieneca. Euiulrc
FOR Rl'.NT FLAT. AT 17m THIRD AVE
nu- Also two -store roiui for rent', li'uj
ami I'.l'l Third avenue.
JTKR RENT NEW LODGE ROOM. WHAT
. was formerly the Standard club room,
liax been tilled up with new and complete
lodge room furniture and fixtures, and ia
open and ready for Insnectinn. Cheap rent;
team beau Apply of Krell & Matb.
'OR SALE OR TRADE A IIOCSE
lot. Apply at Ii3 Second avenue.
:i: SALE CHEAP. A i :. KD Il IRSE KOK
family driving. Enuuire at Second
1K)R SALK-A IXT LtCATED IN Til K
-1 best block on 'ihlrd avenue. Apply of
SALE A GENTLE HORSE SI ITA-
bie for ladv to ilmc. AdiIi at 1:101
KA LE -TWO NICK HOMES! tNTHIRII
X a veil
iMiue. im . the oilier frl.lnl: iuiinl'
p. id for Inijuireat 1 1 Id third avenue.
F'Olt SALE TWIVSTORY URICK KESI
li'tirr wilh ni.slcrn improvements. In
quire at 7 Seventeenth street. Terms lib-
1jV)It SALE-NEW S-iaxM HOI SK. SKW
t. waterworks, well, eastern ami iiood
barn at C?s k ie and-a ha f avon.e. Apply on
IfOK S A LK NINE-A HE FRl'IT FA KM.
All kinds of Iruit: triHjd buililious. near
town A bargain lor some one if
tiordoa i I lo man.
I.XR SALE-LOT ON SOITHKABT CfR
tier Ntnth avenue and Twcnt v-second
tercet: lerrus to suit buyer. Address T. J.
liaipin, V Main street. Si. Lotus, Mo.
SALE AT A SAntlUCK, 40-ACRK
farm near town. Lout of fault. To bm
old cheap to settle an estate. Hdte Is a bars
tain eccsp for cash. J.O trade. Oonkn
1?OK SLK-f)AL IN ANY VfANTITY
.f N bu-hels ,r oicr ai t er ton. de-
Iiveretl C. . D to ativ ari of the eitv. Leave
orders at ".tmiiiereial bouse barter shop. Hock
Island, or Ejus James, Milan.
T.X5R 8AI.F CH T. K f IrrS n NMAR
JL ter addition, td basebail irrourds. TheM
tow will b sold from t0 upwaru: small
nounl down, balance on kn time at per
eenv. Keidj Bros., room t, liltchcil Lynda
TTIOR 8ALK A KKAT OmCB CAHFNET
J? with about ) d:0rent alidaa. sultabla fo
BUBC leral blanks or any deenptioa of papers
In a form to be kept la shape for writing.
A eoieprattenajv Index onneted. Just the
thing 'or any ortSce with oon traa a, etc., to
&, Addresa B. K. C, eare of Tna B&ut.
Subscribe for The Abu us.
Have You Seen the
Hair Grower and
If not. do not delay longer, as the days
of the exhibition are limitcil. It will pay
anyone to see the luxuriant jjrowth of
hair worn by the ladies in attendance,
which, by the way, was produced by the
use of the highly meritorious prepara
tions they represent, and was not in
herited, as some people think.
The ladies will cheerfully fj,ve to a'l
visitors, free of cost, any iniornialion
desired rctrarding the necessary treat
ment of the hair and scalp to produce
the icst results.
It costs nothing to sec this great exhi
bit ton, so why not tome today ? Every'
body is invited.
T. If. THOMAS,
Co.-rcr Sectnd Avenue and Seventeenth St
M LSCKLLA N KO US.
1ST -A 1 ; JLD
i t urn ! A hi ;ri
WATCH. FINDI-R I
nice . r Lawrence I'uriiion
ami receive iewad.
I.INi: RCMi.MS ANIIIKKHI HOARD AT 4-.DS
A r i 1 1 h :i venui i in
.trci-i e:ir line. I!-au
suiimir. It;ith. etc.
tifnl pla e In sieml iti-
ON T W KN'TV-S I : V EN T 1 1
i;iir f i'mIiI
speet aeles. Kinder
return to Tub
fONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL
Jl. Kane lout. by W. H. E:ksluian. 17
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He
ilao mains collections bard ones a specialty
SALESMEN --CALLING ON ANY LINE
i. of trade, cilv i.r countrvl we hire best
ride iine ever ollered: nvi-r I.SO different styles
or tne hatiis,nuesi ;.iieni:irs ever put on
nmrttet: most liberal eiuiiinission-i oiTereil (:to
percent). Airents can easily make f Ml to IIIH
w eei;iy. i .uurantei-ii t rut test line to be rounn
anvahcre. Uive reference!. The AmeriiTan
Noveitv eoiupany. Vt and Wl Urotwlway, Cm
Examine the label
well It appears
upon ihe choicest
bottled beer brewed!
Sold In all lands.
Pure. Pule and
months old be
fore being bot
fzi:i). i;oi)Ikvk;s sons,
Whol sale Dealers, Cavenport la.
John Yolk &, Co..
Builders : : :
ALSO SIANt EACTL KERS OP
Sash, Doors, lilinds ami Mouldings;
Veneered and Hani Wood Floor
ing 0t All Kinds:.
Sinpln anil Double Stronjrth Window
tilass. rolislittl Plato. IVeveled.
l'iate and Art (ilass.
li,toTkJet1Lu:col.h. Rock Island
McU's Nerverine Pills
diseases of th.
5r-7SSlsS' eeneraUve or-
ti- i-. u ani-u. uu. ginj of eitner
tex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost M'nhood, Im potency. Nightly Emis
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity. $1.00
err box by mail: 6 boxes for 55.00.
NOTTS CHLK1CAL CO., Prop t, Cleveland, Ohio.
For aa'e br M. F. 'Hahnaen. drurdst, corner
ITourUi avenue and TeaueU street.
RAilLUMilS'pi! I C
U U A SrKE KT.ITEY TO WOMAN for
ail ;roubrs peculiar to her sec. f17 Sead tj
mall or tnm onr A pent. SI.OO per box.
yiLLUSS MFG. C0M PrspL, CLEVILAKO, OHIX
For sale by M. F. Iahr.ai:n. drug fist. 2
'i &"i 3 St. Lonls iVs X
'! by The V
. PCZrjp American Brew X .
'GUARDING THE MINT.
HOW THE PHILADELPHIA INSTITU
TION IS PROTECTED.
Little Chance For Any One to Get XHch
Qnlckly bj Helpioa Himself to Uncle
Sam's Treasure ratrols. Revolvers and
Winchesters In Plenty.
Probably not one person ont of a hun
dred who pass by the Philadelphia mint,
that grim locking edifice at Chestnut
and Juniper streets, after nightfall real-
' izes what is going on inside. There is
I nothing mean abont Uncle Sam, but he
is determined that any ono who gets
bis money shall get it honestly and by
process duly laid down. Therefore ho
has taken all kinds of precautions to
properly protect, especially at night,
the millions upon millions piled tip in
The dtiors of tho mint aro closed ev
ery weekday promptly at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon. Aftf-r that hour no ono
but mint employees: have any business
within the walls which lucloee so much
money, and no one can either stay in
or get in without a special permit from
the superintendent. Needless to tay,
this is difficult to obtain.
Simultaneously with the' closing o!
the doors at 4 o'clock the first shift of
the night guard goes on duty. Thenhift
is composed of tho captain of the guard
and 11 stalwart men. As tho men lo
ont to begin their round e;.ch one is
handed a big Colt's revolver of tho mot-t
approved pattern and loaded with big
Prom then on till midnight seven of
the 11 guards patrol without cessation
every floor of the inside of tho mint, from
tho corridors of tho gloomy vaults
where, away down in tho earth, ara
stowed eighty odd million dollars in
silver and almost as much gold, to tho
top floor, where there is nothing more
valuable than machinery. Placed at fre
quent intervals throughout tho corridors
are electrical devices for enabling the
captain of tho guard to keep tabs on his
men. Each of these littlo machines com-
niumcates with tho rotunda opposite
tho Chestnut street eutranco to the
mint. Hero it is that the captain is sta
tioned all through tho long hours of
his shift. Every two minutes and a
half tho central machine in tho rotunda
denotes tho presence f somo ono of tho
gnard at somo particular station in tho
building. If it doesn't, then tho cap
tain knows that something is wrong,
and ho immediately proceeds to discov
er what it is.
Put it hits been a long timo since the
littlo inacbino failed to send forth its
announcement at tho proper time, for
the mint guards nro patrolling up and
down ontsitlo the big building, careful
ly watching that no suspicious charac
ters approach too near tho vast treasuro
left in their caro.
Promptly at midnight the second
shift of tho night guard puts iu an ap
pearance to relievo tho early' shift. It
is also composed of a captain and 1 1
men, i;nd they aro split up, as the other
squad, into inside and outsido details.
From midnight on until 7 o'clock iu
tho morning they follow in the foot
steps of tho first shift, with every fac
ulty alert to catch an intrnder.
Tho big revolvers aro not tho only
weapons upon which tho guards havo
to rely. On each side of tho main cor
ridor leading from tho Chestnut street
entrance stands nwaluutcase. Through
tho polished glass front of one frown
20 Winchester rifles. Tho other con
tains as many ugly lookiugcarbiues.
To grab these dispensers of death would
bo but tbo work of an instant for the
guards, and then woe be unto nny man
or men upon whom it might bo found
necessary to turn them.
For tho revolvers there is kept con
stantly on hand in tho mint 500 rounds
of nmmuni tion, and for the rifles and
carbines 2,500 rounds. Each of the
guards i3 an expert iu the use of both
the pistol and the gr.n, and each is en
dowed with a plentiful stock of cour
age; hence a combination capable of
successfully resisting almost anything
e.s tliaii a regiment.
Tho superintendent and assistant cus
todian both talked to the reporter about
lie methods in use to protect the mint
and its contents. Both smiled signifi-
antly when tho rjossibility of one get
ing away with a portion of tho vast
treasuro was sugges-ted.
"It would be folly for any ono to try
t, " was the superintendent's only com
ment. To it tho assistant custodian nod
ded emphatic assent.
I have been here for a good many
latter said, "and no such
; attempt has ever been made. It is prac
tically impossible for any one to iirraK
info tho mint from the outside, and no
one could secrete himself in the build
ing during tho hours when it is open to
visitors and hope to avoid discovery.
We search every nook and corne r of the
structure carefully as soon as the doors
are closed for the day, and yon may
rest assured if any one who had no
business within these walls was found
he would rrgret the day he was born. "
In addition to the two shifts of night
cuards, the superintendent and assistaut
custodian have a habit of dropping in
at tho mint at odd hoars of tho night to
see that everything is going on all right.
Tho mint is connected with the cen
tral telephono station, aud should thero
be trouble the captain of the gnard
could communicate with police head
quarters in a brief space of time.
"If you come across anybody -who
thinks he can get rich quickly by help
ing himself to our coin," remarked the
npcrintendent in parting, "just advise
him. ta think it over carefully first."
In compliance with the superintend
ent's suggestion the advice is hereby
And it is pretty good advice to follow
too. Philadelphia Inquirer.
The population of Antwerp include
20,(-G'J Cicrmans, who, it is said, buy
thtir eoo-ls of German merchants only.
contrasts in Naples.
Only a 5tep From Boyml Magnificence to
Crowds of Half Xaked Workers.
One of the strangest contrasts' in Na
ples is to walk from the royal palace.
with its fine marble staircase, up the
new Corse Re d'ltalia and to climb in
to the steep streets round the Church
of San Soerino e Sosio.
Thess streets are the dwelling places
of the dyers, and one steps from regal
magnificence into a crowd of eeminaked
people, who are busily dipping great
banks cf cotton or wool into seething
caldrons. As elsewhere, the work is car
ried on in the street, and little streams
of water red, yellow, brown and black
pour over the rough stones and gath
er in multicolored, pools, while on low
benches auaiust tho walla women are
washing clothes, standing in tho dirty,
soanv water that splashes over from
The passersby walk heedlessly through
the dve and soansuds, while, the chil
dren find pleasant occupation in throw
ing mud of every variety of color at
anybody who chances to be wearing
lisiht colored garments. It is a veritable
feast of color from tho merely spectacn
lar noint of view, but a visit to these
streets leaves a bodily as well es
Very often iu tho depths of these sor
did alleys one comes across a forgotten
old palace, built when carriages were
unknown, its great court of honor
crowded with booths, its vast balls fill
ed with a heterogeneous collection of
men, women and children, fowls, goats,
sheen aud occasionally a donkey, all
living together in tho happiest proxim
ity. The massive old walls aro hidden
beneath centuries of dirt; the wood
work has, for tho most part, disappear
ed ; the rooms that ouco knew the revels
of Angevin nobles now shelter tho hap
hazard existence of lazzaroni. Lud
FUN IN THE FOOTNOTE.
A ropular Librettist Couldn't Withhold
Joke m I'rospective llrlde.
W. S. Gilbert does not retain all of
his humor for use in his librettos.
In tho early days of his success, when
Gilbert and Sullivan were considered
bv managers as the "sure winners" in
tho comic opera field, a young woman
who was a member of one of the'Pina
fore" companies wroto to Gilliert tell
ing him of her approaching marriage
with a young man of good position and
Gilbert congratulated tho young wo
man and expressed tho hope that her fa
tnro might be prosperous and happy.
Only a little more than a month pass
ed, an.l another letter from tho samo
girl reached him, in which she stated
that her engagement with tho young
man had been broken and that sho had
accepted another suitor.
lie replied that ho had every confi
dence in her 'judgment and again ex
pressed hi hearty wishes for her wel
It was alrnow two months after that
that Gilbert recr-ived a third letter from
tho same girl, who informed him that
young Lord had proposed and that
she had accepted him after breakin,
her engagement with No. 2.
Gilbert's humor could no longer
withstand tne temptation, ann lip wrote,
"I desire to congratulate you on yonr
approaching marriage with" Hero he
placed an asterisk and in a footnoto
"Here insert tho name of the happy
ihis is prohnbiy as characteristic a
piece of humor as any that appears in
his "Pah Ballads" or in his works for
tho Etage. New York Press.
Wonderful Pumping Engines.
The standard attained by the per
formance of modem pumping engines is
pretty high, as was illustrated by an
incident which occurred not long ago
here in New York, where somo largo
pumping engines that had recently been
set np and were working at rather high
speed and almost absolutely without
noiso were inspected by an expert in
such matters who hailed from an inte
rior city. Ho remarked, " Well, thoso
engines work very nicely now, but wait
until you get to pumping water at that
speed aud then yon will hear something
from them probably."
His astonishment may perhaps be im
agined when it was demonstrated to
him that they were at that moment
pumping water and had been continu
ously doing so for 48 hours. American
Tliry Help One Another
A singular custom prevails among
the Tartars or Kurds. If a man gets in
to difficulties that is, loses his cattle
or other movablo property he iiours a
littlo brown sugar into a piece of col
ored cloth, ties it np and carries ono
such parcel to each of his friends and
acquaintances. In retprn ho is present
ed, awording to circumstances, with a
cow or sheep or a snm of money. He is
thus at once set on his legs again. The
same method is adopted when a young
man wishes to marry, but is not in a
position to satisfy tho parents of his
ntended bride in the matter of the
'bashlyg" that is, marriage dower.
Only in this case he does not go round
himself, but scuds a friend or a servant.
In Nagasaki, Japau, there is a fire
works maker who manufactures pyro
technic birds of great size that when
exploded sail in a lifelike manner
tbrongh the air and perform many
movements exactly like those of living
birds. The secret of making these won
derful things lias l?en in tho possession
of the eldest child of the family of each
generation for more than 400 years.
STo) Cans For Commiseration.
'Poor Dibbles! They say begot a
pair cf beautiful black eyes lately. 1
feel sorry for him."
Yon needn t. He got a very hand
some girl with them." Short Skits.
"NO BOXES SOLD HERE."
A Sign Displayed In Shops Which Guard
Carefully Their Reputations.
"No Boxes Sold Here" is the sign
that hangs in one of tho principal
jewelry establishments in the city. Th6
sign made its appearance after the shop
ping of one Christmas season. But there
is no time of the year in which the de
mand for boxes is quite discontinued
and. the .sign serves its purpose always.
The demand for boxes was prompted
by tho amiable desire to deceive some
friend or relative into the belief that
the article presented to him came from
the best establishment in the city. Sim
ilar attempts are made at the well
known glass and chiua shops, at one of
the well known French confectioners
aud at all of tho establishments which
have mado a reputation in somo par
Nearly all of these answer such ap
plications with tho words of tho sign.
JSo lioxes bold Here, but there aro
some few which sell them as regularly
as they do other objects of merchandise
and aro quite inditlereut to what lie
comes of them so long as they get their
rather high prices for tho empty boxes
bearing the name of tho firm. Similar
indifference is shown by a well known
English pickle factory, which allows
its labels to bo sold hero aud pasted
over any sort of stuff that the pur
chaser of them happens to concoct.
New York Sun.
The Nose Lasta Longest.
Bono and cartilage enter so largely
into the structure of the uoso and de
termine its characteristics that it Tin
dergoes littlo perceptible chango, as a
rule, with the lapse of years. The brow
becomes wrinkled, and crows' feet
gather round the eyes, which them
selves gradually grow dim as timo rolls
on. Checks lose tho bloom which cos
metics cannot replace and lips their
fullness and color.
The chin, dimpled in vouth, develops
angularities or globularities, as tho
case may be, and tho eyebrows becomo
heavy with tho crop of many years
growth. Tho nose shows no mark com
parable to these familiar facial indica
tions of tho approach of old age aud
practically enjoys immunity from tho
ravages which timo makes on the other
features of the face. Next to the nose.
probably tho ears, as a rule, show tho
fewest and least obvious signs of old
A Curious Sight.
In Japan tho traveler sees many cu
nous sights. One of the strangest of
which is the population washing it
self at tho corners of streets toward
evening. In Yeddo tho citizens fre
quent large bathing establishments.
Tho street doors of such resorts stand
open, aud a striking spectacle, to say
the least, is presented by the inmates
sitting washing themselves with tho ut
most unconcern. This is a general cus
torn, and nothing whatever is thought
of it. Such an apparent want of modes
ty is difficult to comprehend and is not
reconcilable with tho advanced stato of
civilization of the Japanese. In many
other of tho manners and customs do
tho Japs offer a striking antagonism to
those accepted by us.
Watching Plants Grow.
Pronuro a little collomia seed. Take
one of tho seeds, aud with a razor cut
off a very tiny slice, place it on a slu'e,
cover with a glass and place under tho
microscope. Tho instrument must bo in
a vertical position. When it is well fo
uuscd and lighted, moisten it with a
drop of water. Tho seed will absorb the
moisturo and throw out a very largo
number of spiral fibers, giving tho ap
pearance of veritable germination. Be
ginners will find it easier if one applies
he moisturo whilo the other looks
tniough the instrument. Microscopical
Itoes Coffee Agree With You?
If not, drink Graiu-O made from
pure grains. A lady writes: "Ihe
iiist time I made Grain-O I did not
ike it, but after iisin; it for one week
nothing would induce me to ro back
o coffee." It nourishes and feeds
he svstem. The children can drink
t freely with great benefit. It is the
treuganening; suhstauce ot pure
grains. Get a package today Ironi
vour rrocer, follow the directions in
making it and yon will have a deli-
ious and beautiful table Iniverarre for
old and voun". - 15 and 25 cents.
. V. sfi ... -o .
need not lose flesh in summer
if you use the proper means
to prevent it. You think
you can't take SCOTT'S
EMULSION in hot weather,
but you can take it and di
gest it cs well in summer es
in winter. It is not like the
plain cod-liver oil, which is $
difficult to take at any time, f
If you are losing flesh, 4
you-are losing ground and j
Scott's Emulsion I
t and must have it to keep up
vrttir firth arA crrrifh If
you have been taking it and
prospering on it, don t fail to
continue until you are thor
oughly strong and well.
soc ni ft 00 j! 1 draits.
SCOTT & BilWVK, Chrmitra), New York.
9 .tw s
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and X-lfeiy work.
His reputation for yearalo Davenport.wberehe has cured biindredsof chronlcctwes prlvcn nn
as hopeless by others, proves conclusively that his scicnlilio metbocs of treatment cure wiicn
CONSULTATION FREE rKOMPr AND PERMANENT CURES.
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism. Scrofula, Syphilis, Rlood.
Kidney, Liver and Skin Diseases can be
system of medicine.
WOMEN suirerinjr from Diseases of
Nervous Kxhaustlon. Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, or any disease peouUar to sea
fboviM call on the great Specialist aud set un ouliiion on their case free of charite.
ELECTRICITY: Scientifically applied:
Drains, Night Losses, Defective Memory.
Delusions, talceiilessness Xxst Mat hood.
VARICOCELE is the most aetivo
months with others when we guarantee you
methods. Hydrocele cured In three days
Remember it Pays to
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIAL ARE THE I! EST. Tho nuin
crous acknowledgements we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable cures
In both medical and surgioal coses is proof conclusive hat our advanced methods aura
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but coi-siilt us at once and
regain your lost health. There is a stage in every disease that can be cured. Havo
you passed that stager If not. do not experiment imvl onger. but consult us at once. Fur
thermore, we offer 1.000 to any one proving our credentials false. We make it an object
to Investigate ours. No other specialist oners such a fair proposition. UNLV CUKAHI.K
CASKS TaKKN. Best of reference and credentials If you cannot call, write. Hun
dreda cured by mall. Hours It to 12; S to 6; 7 to 8. Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30.
OFFXE 124 WEST TlflfiD STREET, MTULLOUGH BUILMG, DAVEXPOUT, IA
A few notes regarding fall goods that can bo found by looking
at this ad. Hero are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $ 18, $ U0, $32, $25 and up. Tho
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $5 50, 6, $6.50 and
upward. Couio in and see our lino line.
THOSE. PRETTY LITTLE
Are JUST THE THING.
We make them givi'ifyou
twelve different positions in
the dozen. Hetter ones with
eight, six. four, three and two
different positions in the doz
en. All rt'gularily mounted
In the latest finish, at
C. E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper House, Second Ave.
Colon a Sand
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone docs not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans fent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention ami bo returned
promptly at our ex pen do.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Iiland on the C. 15. & Q It- K
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
building's can bo seen ot Iloom
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
AUTIIUR BUB BALL, Manager.
( Eock Iilaud or Colona, III.
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work is the best
that is turned out in this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtcy."
1814 Third Ave.
DR. J. K. AV'ALSH,
r.iue of Chicago, former
ly Ktireeuu-iu-i 'hirfof t.
Quickly and permanently cured by our advanca
the Womh. Ovaries, liladiler. Kiilneyn
Nervous Debility, Piles, Exhaustiv
Threatened Insanty. Loss of VU Power, Ment
Weakness of Men. etc.
cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
a permanent cure In seven days by our painless
Consult the Best First.
. . .
I SOS Mconl A V
Uhdeh The Direction Of Chamberum Kin jt & Co.
ONE NKJIIT ONLY.
Thursday Evening, June 1.
America's (ireateKl Light
The Famous Original Bostonlans
With All the Favorite !Si timers,
People in Itio Company 80
Presenting Victor Herbert's
Prices 2rc, 50e, 7.rr, if I. f 1.50.
Sale of seats orcns Hatiirilav. Mav '7 :,t
A Life Saver
on one of the warm if ays that
gives you "that tired feeling"
will be found in our cold and
'sparkling soda water. It is
invigorating and refreshing,
and an effective thirst-ki!l:r
when flavored with PIJKK
FKI7IT JUICES. PHOS
PHATES. EGO DRINKS and
ICE CREAM fiOlM. When in
our neighborhood, come and
A. J. RIESS,
riftlTrrKT riornerof Ko'irthA vrnue and
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