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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER iO, 1899.
New line just re
ceived. A pleas
ing line at pleas
ing prices. Every
couch a .new one,
Values that you
cannot afford to
miss, livery one
should have a
couch at this
Davenport Furniture and
824 32. S Brad j St.. Davenport
A FAIRY IN DISGUISE,
Is the person who offers relief
to the afflicted with rheumatism,
lumbago, and all kindred ail
ments. We have the best stock
of liniments and plasters for the
sufferer, besides many specialties
in medicines and blood purifiers,
that rid the system of the acids
and impurities that cause the ail
ment. Our stock of pure, fresh
drugs, chemicals and sundries is
A. J. RIES9,
TVTJTVCICT Cornerof Fourth Avenue and
VXLLUalJli Twenty-third St.. Kock Island. HI
E. B. HcKOWN.
Hard Wood, Pocahontas
Egg for Stoves, Grates
and Furnaces. Blossburg.
THOSE 1198. t
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payers of the tate arc Baln
eal nine a fund by popular uDacrtpUoa Iroai
wkloo la offered a
Reward of 9200
By the uBderoUraed aaaoelaUon forth arrest
and eoevlotion of any inoeixUary la My ot the
FROPXBTT OWKXSS TT&R ASSOCIATION
fiook Ulead, UL
Loss of Hair
Dr. Ssboarand, the eminent French
Dermatologist, says that 98 per cent
of hair losses are the results of
microbes and the neglect of dan
druff. The antiseptic action of "
tsreoarations kills microbes and iS
f removes dandruff. Their constant d
use for a period will, by acting: fp
. directly on the hair bulbs, furnish
j? nourishment, vitality and irrowinfj ?
2 power to the impoverished roots
3 and hair shafts, resulting in com.
4 plete restoration.
SOLX BV DRUGGISTS.' J
T. H. THOMAS,
Corcer Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
IJARPER S THEATRE
' Direction of Stiti P. Millxb
ONE JOLLY NIGHT
Wednesday Eve., Sept. 20.
America's best exponent of
dialect corned v and sweet
singer. MR. JAMES T. 11c
ALPIN. supported by astrong
com puny of artists, present
ing his latest Swedish-American
comedy success in six
Th newest and most diver flltdn
tertainiiient before the public this
heaura. Ileauliful m js-i". latest
medleys. i-iniin aud dancing h 1 ib
orate oewKiicoi.il ni-en-ry appropri
a'ei'iMumrv and Sfwial featurrs.
Watch for ilan Hansons novel
brass bald pa rail e ami open iircon
Prices inc. -JSc. Tic and 50 cents.
Direction of Steve F. Mill a.
FOR ONE XKIHT ONLY.
Saturday Evening, Sept. 23.
The greatest domestic corueJy
'-'THE MiSil GIRL"
PH K ' KNT KD BV THE
Utile Streak o Sunshine. MISS SAD
IK ltVMoNI Supported by the 'n
Imitable cmeilim. MIC. KKKO KAY
MONO, and a selected company of ar
tists. ICewrilten. nptmlile. Nw
sontfs. dance, and speelultles. Special
seetit-ry from tbe famous Hasarttee
I'rices 15c. Xi". and Sim. Seats on sale at
lileuer s jewelry store.
Stkvi F. Mir.T.SR.
Sole Lessee and Manager
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING
Sunday, Sept 24.
G ASK ELL'S
In the naval s-enc production.
THE WHITE SQUADRON!
Pliaire of n'av niifhtlv' A or load of spe
cial scenery, properties and Electrical effects.
On Monday niirtit. Sept. 25th any lady will be
admit t,a free with eaen paid 30o ticket.
Prices iP, 20 and 30c.
Sale of scats at Bleuer's jewelry store.
UhocrTme Direction Cr Giawblrlim KiNtrrJcCa.
Friday, Sept 22.
OPENIXU OF THE SEASON.
Newest and Most Original Farce.
DEAR OLD CHARLIE.
The best cast ever seen here:
IlESTHA W A LTZINQ ILK
Prices. 1.00. T5e. 50C and 25c.
Seat tale at
M. C. A. AUDITORIUM.
FIVE NIGHTS AND MATINEE
Sept. 21, 22, 23, 25 and 26.
Prof. Vm. Windsor. I.I- II. Ph. D.
The World s moAt I mirent Pbrenolo
Kli. Pre, of the International Health
association. In Lis Magnificent course
of lectures on
(The Wisdom of Life.)
Thursday Night. Sept. 21. Free Lecture.
Friday Nirht. Free.
"Hoar to Hmudi Kich." ,
Sa'.urdv Nlfht (10Ceo')
How to b. Healthy."
Saturday. 2 p. n. To Ladies. (15 Cents.)
' -Ilrsllli and Meaaty."
Monday NU-ht. Sept . 10 Cents.)
In thi lecture Prof Wind-to will Intro
duce several bvactifnl yauaiz ladies and
eiet-t husoacdi for ihein fron the au
dience. Public examination of prominent citi
zens every nU-Lt. producing astonish
ment and roa-s of laughter.
Thursday X'pht. Sept. Free.
Lecture to ilea t'nly. "Mattirno. v.'"
IVwttii-nit. AT KOlK ISLAND H
TEL. tivio complete arivice on educa
tional. l'Uines d-Dtlin andfturceM.
Persons! magnetism and mrnae.
. Hours lu a. m. to 6 p. m.
Three Union Miners Sentenced
- by Judge Allen for Violating
ISSUE OF TEE CAETEEVILLE FIGHT.
Culprits Had a Hand In the Attack on the
Train Wbrn a Woman TV as Killed Tes
timony in the Cue Alibt Fail to Work
Situation at Carterville Simply That of
a Lull While the Troops Are There
Nineteen Prisoners Discharged.
Sprfnjrfield, I lis., Sept. 20. Judpre
Allen, ill th t'nitetl States circuit
court yesterday afternoon, sentenced
I.imiolpli I'.eitz. alias "Wiudy," white,
ami William Canseler and James Gal
loway, botli colored, to t serve six
months in the Sangamon county jail
for contempt of court. Beitz, Can
seler sdJ Galloway are union miners
formerly employed at the St. Louis
and B's Muddy Coal company's mine
at Carterville, and are ring-leaders of
the strikers. Shortly after the mine
went into the hands of Receiver Bos
worth Judfre Allen Issued an injunc
tion restraining all persons from inter
feres with the management of the
Cautioned to "Do His Duty."
Galloway was charged with tele
phoning to Beitz from Carbondale that
the train-lo::d of negroes was on its
way from l'una to ('arterville to work
in the mines, and :iutionior him to
do his duly." The train was tired
upon and one neprro woman was killed.
Beitz claimed on the witness stand
Unit he did not receive the telephone
messajre, and attempted to prove an
alibi. Several witnesses swore that he
was diiririutr a well in the southwest
ern part of Carterville. three-quarters
of a mile from the scene of the riot.
None would state, however, that he
could not have received the message
without their knowledge. Galloway
did not so on the stp.ml and made no
denial of sending the message. Miss
Ada Bellamy, of Carbondale. operator
in the long distance telephone omVe.
was a witness. She stated that she
called up Carterville for Galloway and
heard him talking to a man who he
called Windy, Beitz's alias. The op
erator in the telephone office at Car
terville. Miss Bertie McNeal. testified
to having sent a messenger after Beitz.
She did not know whether or not Beitz
answered the call. Daniel Donnelly
swore that he heard Beitz telephoning.
The Cae Airainnt Canseler.
Car;selcr was charged with intimi
dating non-union miners. Mrs. Brown
anil Mrs. Ilittchings, wives of colored
miners from Tennessee, swore that
they had heard Canseler telling the
non-union men what might happen if
they remained. She said about thirty
miners did leave, however, after hear
ing that Canseler said their blood was
sure to How if they remained there.
Mrs. Ilntchings heard Canseler telling
his brothers, who are non-union miners,
that they would be killed if they re
mained at Carterville and worked in
the mines. Canseler did not deny the
charges, but said he was simply warn
ing them and not trying to intimidate
Two Other Canes Continued.
The cases of Boy Bowman and Zeke
Morgan, two of the striking union
miners at Carterville who are charged
with assaulting General Manager
Brush, of the St. Louis and Big Muddy
Coal company, with intent to kill him,
were to have come up for trial today
before Judge Allen, of the United
States court, for alleged contempt of
court by violating his" injunction, but
by agreement they . were continued
until next mouth, wheu they will bo
tried at Cairo.
AH. OlIET AT CAKTERVILI.E,
Eight Store Men A r rented for the Shooting
Arrested Miners Discharged.
Carterville, Ills., Sept. 2. Matters
were very, quiet here yesterday on ac
count of the various mines working
and a goodly number of the miners be
ing at work. The coroner's jury is
Mill In session and may lie for two or
three days yet. Deputy Sheriff Odum,
of Marion, arrived in the city last
evening and arrested eight men for
complicity in the shooting last Sunday.
The iarties arrested were John Wal
lace, Letn Shadowen, Willis Carney,
Wesley Shadowen, .1. V. Mulkey, Chas.
Shadowen. Will Kelley and Mat
Walker. They were taken to Marion.
Their arrest caused but little excite
ment, as it was looked for. In fact,
many more arrests are expected before
the week is over.
The real situation, however, ooes not
Improve any. Both sides are just as
determined as they were liefore the
riot of Sunday. . Colonel Brush says
that he will not give in and the union
miners say that he will have to. Iiavid
Iluggius. district president of the
V'nited Mine Workers, of Murphys
boro. was here yesterday in consulta
tion with the miners, and says that
they have plenty of money to light the
cases .and the lest legal talent has
leeu emploj-ed and that the cases will
be taken to the court of last resort. A
move has also been started to have the
present receiver of the Brush mines,
C II. Bosworth. of Spriugheld, dis
charged, and have one appointed who
Is In sympathy with union labor.
The nineteen union miners under ar
rest at Marion were tried yesterday
before Judge J. W. Samuels and after
live" or six witnesses were heard were
discharged, there being no evidence
MAKW AN ISSUE OF FACT.
U.T. Taaaer Denies la Toto the Statement
of Mayor Zimmerman.
Springfield. Ills., Sept. 20. Governor
Tanner positively denies the truth of
the statement given out by Mayor
Zimmerman, of Carterville, Monday,
to the effect that he was waited on
by a special agent from the governor
with an oiler to remove the troops If
the better class of citizens of Carter
ville would sign an agreement that
tbey would guarantee that there would
be no more loss of life or rioting.
In denial of the statement the gov
ernor has the following to say: I
don't now remember that I knew of
Mr. Zimmerman's existence at the
time lio allepes this agent came to
him. lit i statement Is absolutely un
true and without foundation."
Governor Tanner made a number of
inquiries yesterday In relation to ru
mors and newspaper reports that
Manager Brush, of the St. Louis and
Big Muddv Coal company, had erected
at the Carterville mine a block-house
and fort, which ho had mounted with
cannon and other arms for defense.
The governor says he finds the stories
CABINET COUNCIL CALLED.
No Excitement in British Official Circles
Over the Transvaal.
Loudon. Sept. 20. Summonses were
issued late yesterday afternoon for a
cabinet council, which, it is under
stood, will be held Friday. The lack
of all excitement in official circles
lears evidence to the deliberate man
ner in which the highest officials are
handling the crisis. Nor is it by any
means certain that the cabinet council
wllj adopt extreme measures, in spite
of the uncompromising nature of the
Bot-r reply. This deliberation on the
imrt of the government is interpreted
not only in London, but in other Eu
ropean capitals as a desire on the part
of Great Britain to gain time while
the transports are hurrying to Cape
Even rumors of a movement of the
Boers across the Natal liorder appar
ently fail to excite the military author
ities here who profess at least not to
fear such a contingency for the pres
ent. lu the meantime the movement
of troops proceeds. The lull in the
crisis gives opiMrtuuity for the con
tinuance of unofficial negotiations. The
government of the Netherlands is pri
vately exerting its influence in favor
of a pacific solution, and the same sort
of movement is supiMised to le going
on lx'tween Pretoria and Cape iown
CHOKER TO THE WALL.
What Was Done With His Picture in a
New York District.
Nev York. Sepr 20. In the Tam
many primary in the Ninth assembly
district John C. SUeehan defeated th;
Bichard Croker faction by several
At the I'equod club, when It became
known that Sheehnn had won his
tight, a great crowd gathered, cheers
were given incessantly, ami the crowd
celebrated royally. In the large hall
on the first lloor there hung a por
trait of Bichard Croker. The crowd
first hooted the face of the chief, and
then somebody yelled to tear it down.
We don't want him in this district,"
The crowd nearest the wall where it
hung caught hold of the frame and
started to pull it down. Sheehan, up
stairs, heard the yelling and came
down, "lion't do that." he said, "we
are not pulling pictures down now.
The fa we on the wall didn't please the
crowd, however, and it was turned to
ward the wall. At Mr. Sheehan's di
rection it was turned back again a lit
tle later, but in a moment it was look
ing toward the wall again. Mr.
Sheeuau received an ovation wherever
hu went in the district.
City Reformers in Council.
Syracuse. N. V.. Sept. 20. At the
meeting of the League of American
Municipalities yesterday Secretary B.
1-'. Gilkin stated in his annual re
port that although the League of Amer
ican Municipalities was but two years
of age it had on its membership rolls
cities representing about one-sixth ot
the entire population of the United
States. Among the speakers was
Mayor Jones, of Toledo, who advo
cated his "golden rule." ideas; several
other gentlemeu spoke pro and con on
the subject of municipal ownership.
Gen. Kins I'raines the Militia.
Madison. Wis., Sept. 20. General
Charles King, at thtj request of Ad
jutant General Board man. inspected
the Tenth battalion, troop A and bat
tery A. of the Wisconsin National
Guard, lu camp at Camp MacArthur.
His report has just been submitted. It
says in part: "I have no hesitation in
pronouncing the work done at Camp
MacArthur this year, so far as it came
under my observation, to be soldierly
and thorough fully up to the previous
standard in most respects und sur
passing it lu several."
Senator Uanna at Cleveland.
Cleveland, Sept. 20. Senator Uanna
arrived home shortly after noon yes
terday, and having made a brief visit
to his office went to his residence.
Asked whether he thought Boosevelt
would be a candidate for the presi
dential nomination he said: "I cannot
express any definite opinion now, but
McKinley and Hobart are the logical
candidates." Senator Uanna said he
had no intention of relinquishing the
chairmanship of the Republican na
tional executive committee before his
More Trouble fur the Cramps.
Philadelphia. Sept. 20. The ship
Joiners employed at Cramps' ship yard
held a meeting last night and decided
to strike today unless the Cramps ac
cede to their demands presented sev
eral days ago. which ask for a nine
hour work day at 30 cents an hour.
On the Stump in Iowa.
Anamosa. Ia.. Sept. 20. Fred E.
White. Democratic candidate for gov
ernor, last evening delivered a speech
here, replying to the Knoxville ad
dress of Governor Shaw a few days
ago, on the Philippine question.
Sprins lamb t2.5O23.50.
Hay Timothy, I7&S; wild, I7.50&&.
Butter Choice to fair, 15c; fresh creamery,
Chickens Te per pound.
Spring chickens Wc.
Ducks "c ner pound.
Coal Soft. 10c.
Cattle Butchers pav for corn-fed utters,
cows and he.fers, Jct!ic; calves,
Hogs S. tOQA- 00.
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children,
Tbe Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
DREYFUS ACCEPTS PAUDOU.
Withdraws Bis Appeal for Revision for
London, Sept. 20. The Bennes cor-
resjtondent of the rr.ily Telegraph,
wiring at 9 o-clock last evening, says:
"There is resson to believe that Drey
fus is already out of prison and that
with his wife, lie will probably leave
Kcnues tonight." This is aproims of
the announcement at Paris yesterday
that the council of ministers had de
termined to pardou IHeyfus sifter
"various formalities" had been com
The Presse. of Paris, last evening
said: "Dreyfus withdrew his appeal to
day. This was the 'various formal!
tics mentioned in the official com
mnnication as 'remaining to be ful
filled' before tho, pardon would be
signed. The traitor will now 1k set
free and be able to give b-ctures in
England and America on the secrets
of the iron sale lu the etat major
At Paris the announcement did not
cause a flutter. It had been discounted
so thoroughly that when the news
boys rau through the boulevards cry
iug it there was absolutely no excite
MAY SAVE THE FESTIVAL.
Chicago's October Jollification Has
Chicago. Sept. 20. Post master Gor
don is now looked upon as I lie Moses
to lead the autumn festival manage
ment out of the wilderness of labor
union ditticulties. At the conference
held between Judge Tuthill and Judge
Baker, representing the Grand Army
Memorial association, aud .1. J. Byan
and George 1. Gubbins. of the unions.
the labor leaders staled that they
would meet the postmaster this morn
ing after his return from New York
and would probably agree uioii some
sort of compromise whereby the
fall festival and the corner-stone lay
ing celebration can be saved. Truax
has thrown up the job.
Fev Changes in the l.ibt.
Des Moines, la., Sept. 20. The
Methodist general conference for
Iowa, in session at Denison, announces
the appointments of ministers for the
state lor the coming year. The bishop
and committee hail great ditticulty in
making the list, but when completed
there were fewer changes of location
than lu many years. Practically the
list will be unchanged till next year.
when a general reorganization is
Engraving Combine at Chicago. 1
Chicago, Sept. 20. The grand jury
will hear evidence against sixteen en
graving linns, conspiracy to defraud
being the charge. The prosecution is
under the anti-trust law. those back
of the cases assert that the accused
have combined to keep prices at a cer
tain figure for the purpose of freezing
out all the smaller competing concern
and eventually controlling the business
in the west.
TCoom In Savinsra Banks in Intra.
Des Moines, la., Sept. 20. The sec
retary of stale has incorporated the
Nichols Savings bank, which is the
thirty-third organized in the state this
year. The organization of these in
stitutions makes this year's record ex
ceed that of any pervious year in num
ber of banks organized. Iowa Is second
among the states of the Union in num
ber of banks.
Diaz Will Visit Chicago.
City of Mexico. Sept. 20. President
Diaz yesterday afternoon asked con
gress for twenty days' leave of ab
sence to go to Chicago, and proposed
I.yc Ygnacio Mariscal. secretary of
foreign relations, to substitute him as
president during his absence.
One Klondiker In Lurk.
Eau Claire, Wis., Sept. 20. Ileport
has it that Kmniett McGrath. son of J.
T. McGrath, of this city, and brother
of Captain McGrath, .of the Fourth
United tSates cavalry. lias arrived at
Seattle from the Klondike with $50,
OOO in gold.
Sale of a Gold Mine Set Aside.
Marquette, Mich., Sept. 20. Judge
of the Hopes gold and silver mine lo
cated near Ishpeming. which was made
last week. The nronertv brought only
$2,500. barely enough to cover receiv
er s fee.
Two new "Jacks the Clippers" have
appeared in Chicago.
James S. Tickner. of Bockford, Ills.,
died Monday, aged 73.
A Mexican recently gave i?10,000 for
a South Carolina game cock with u
An order has been issued discontinu
ing the postoltice at Elvers, Dane coun
Lieutenant Colonel John D. Miley.
inspector general of volunteers, died
yesterday at Manila.
Henry E. Weaver, president of the
Weaver Coal company. Chicago, has
failed. Liabilities. 9314.M7.
Theodore B. Basselin's saw mill at
Castcrlaud. X. Y., and ten acres of
I it tu Iter were burned, causing a loss of
John Doepke. of Fountain City. Wis.,
lost his footing and fell from the top
of a quarry, a distance of 130 feet.
He may recover.
Trust promoters have Invaded the
pie field. The American Pastry and
Manufacturing company has opened
its doors at New York.
German secret mobilization plans
have been stolen at Wurzburg. A de
serter is susected and Is believed to
have es-aped to France.
Charles I". Daly, chief Justice of the
court of common pleas of New York
county from 1S71 to 1HSO, is dead at
Sag IIarlor, L. I., aged Ki years.
William Bockefcller has been elected
a niPmlKT of tbe board of directors of
the New York Central railroad, to suc
ceed the Lite Cornelius Vanderbilt.
The Netherlands states general were
convened yesterday by tjneen Wil-
helmina. who in the siw-ech from the
throne referred to the great work of
the peace conference.
Korea has at last a written constitu
tion. It has nine articles, all dwelling
upon the powers and prerogatives of
the emperor, and containing no men
tion whateverof anyrightsor privileges
belonging to any other person in the
i'-: riiSLr"w Three
VjukcST STEVE PiAHT X mXjMjf
Allen Mvers & Conipmij
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Woman fisov&& Woman
Zurich, Etii., Jan. 81.
I used Wine of Cardui fnr ner
Younneis and weakness in tbe
womb. Alter taking one bottle I
was well again. I am a midwife
and always recommend Witio ot
Cardni to my lady frieods during
prefrnancy and after birth as a tonic.
Kvery lady who takes it finds that
it does even wore than is claimed
atBS V. M. BOISVEKT.
Nobody knows woman like woman. Mon ro to me.fical cI!eK,
Study books and listen to lectures. They kurn indirectly of the diseases
of women, but they are men and can never lully understand the ailments,
the sufferings, the agonies of mothers, wives and sisters. A woman
known. Mrs. Bobvert known. She has passed through the trials
and tribulations of her sex. She has been near by when her sisters suf
fered. She lias seen them relieved and cured with Wir.e of Cardui. Is
it any wonder she recommends it? Is it any wonder that thousands
of other women recommend it.
UDIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT.
For ad vice in rases rerjn'rlnr: nr-rlal
(itri'Ctlonf.. nllrfns, tflvlti Ryrnptorn,
Larii..' AlTtrj lp'l. lhr( IIAI T.INOOUA
iiuiiiM tu. I'luut&noomi, l emu
the weak of all ages, helps and cures
Druggists Sell Large
Estate of K'len KUis. decca&ed.
Tbe undersigned, h:vir-s been appointed
executorof tli l ist will und le lament of KlU'n
KUis. late of the county of Ko;k Island,
Btate of Illinois, dev::tsed. hereby irives not.ee
that he will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the county court room.
In the city of Kot'k Island, at the November
term, on tne urst .vionuay in .Nov-eniner next,
Bw which time all persons having claims
airainst said estate are notlncu ana reoucstea
to attend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to wild estate
arc requested to make immediate payment to
pated this 5th day or sepi'mmt. A . u. ihuw.
T. 11. lii.i.is. Executor.
Estate of August lluesir, deceased.
The underslgne'd having been appointed
executrix of tbe last will and testa
ment of Ausrust HuesinB. late of tbe
county of Uock Island, stats of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she will
appeur before tbe county court of iiock
Island county at the county court room. In
the city of Koek Island, at tee November
term, on the trrst Monday In November next,
at which time all persons bnvinK claims UKulust
said estate are notilied and requested to at
tend, for tbe purpose of having tbe same ud
j us ted. Ail persons indebted to Raid estate
are requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated tcis -1st day or Auctist, A. I), ivw.
Makia Hie-ino. txecutiix.
Not ire of Final Settlement.
Estate of Thomas Shea, riecea cd.
l'unlic notice is hereby irivvn that the tin-
dersincii, I'ierce Keunc. h:n this d:iv Hied
his l.njl report and settlement as .iieh in the
mm v court of Kock Inland county, ant! that
an order h:is b-'en entered by said -urt ajijcov
inir tne said report, iiulcjot objections thereto
or cause to the contrary be shown on or he-
fore the r-'d (lav of September. A. I). 1H. and
upon the linal -ipproal of said report tbe s:ild
pierce Keai e will ask for an order of dis
tribution, and Kill also ask to be discharged.
All persons interested are notiled to attend.
hock island, ll1.. rept.. IJ. iwj.
I'll-it. K K kane. Executror.
MoKnirt & McKmkt. Solicitor!,
Filling a Bin With Coal
For your fall and w inter's supply is
an easy thin"; to do when vou are not
particular about quality or price
But when you want hio-h Trade, first-
class clean and well-screened coal,
that holds heat in every lump, and
satisfaction in every scuttle full, you
want our Lehigh Valley coal, that you
can procure at 7.50 per ton.
E. G, Fraztr.
millions in daily use
are the best testimonial
to the efficiency, dura
bility, economy, beau
ty aud convenience of
SSoves a Ranges
Famous the world over
for thirty years.
urr to it I iy
'I'lioy know. They have ac
tual experience to prompt them.
They spread the tidings from
mouth to mouth, telling how Wine
of Cardui helps youm; Eirls, helps
all womanly ills.
Bottles for $!.C0.
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Im. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Trailers ln. Co., - - Chit-age, III.
Union Ins. (Jo. - Philadelphia, Pit.
liockfonl Ins. Co. - - Kockford, 111
Security las, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. Btate of III., - Kockford, 111.
OtEoe, Room 8, I'u ford bloolr. Rates
a low as eonalsieDt n lib aeouruy.
J. AU Buford,
Tbe old Fire at a
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Kfttn m ow a any
ean aSord. Vour
patronage la ol lo
lled. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Keprwent the fullcwh-; weil
known Ftra and AsrAamt Ircr-
Rochester German In Oo......Roebeter, N T
, reeport, 111
HufTaio, N V
.MuncbeHter, H II
, New York
rideUly and CMUalty
OSc corner Eighteenth. vert and
Seoond rrooaa, vauond flooc.
Melt's Nerveriae Pi!Is
a-.v au nervous
Ki, sveh as Nervous Prostration, Failinr; or
lost M'tihood, Impctency, Nightly Emis
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity. l.(y
per box by mailt 6 boxes for $5.00.
Mm CHEMICAL CO., Prop s, Clereland, Ohio.
For sale by VL F. Bahnken, druggUt, corau
Vourta avenue an4 Twentieth street.