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TILE ARGUS TUESDAY. OCTOBER So, 1900.
"TTTAVTED-- WASHING AND IRONING
TV to do at home. a'. 4C2 Ninth ktreeu
tTTANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
Ti at borne or bj tbe day. Jnaulre at 413
WASTED-AT ONCF. A
on table at 3112 Fifth
Rock Island depot.
GIRT. TO WATT
TTANTFD A SITUATION TO
vv work few bur each
ry dreatmsker. Address
da (or board
ti f. this office.
"1 T A NTKD POSITION BY YOL'NG MAN
vV as clerk In sboe or clothlnr Ho e I
xperimced and reliable. Inference irlven if
roq I red. Call or add re. 1103 Fourth avenue
FOR RENT HOUSES
"TOR KENT A f-IOOM MOUSE NOV.
1 Inquire at 'HI sixteenth streets
"lilOK RENT-7-ROOM HOUSE WITH BUH
and furnace, at Ss t wentv-fcesond street
Inquire at above number.
"ETV)R HUNT A 7-KOOM FLAT
V Htreet dniKHtore with all modern convtD
iences Apply at Kim street drvi tore
KI'JHT ROOM HOUSE WITH
to J. C.
-T good barn and outhouses, corner Forty
third street and Fifth avenue. Apply
UcKlheme, 6t4 Twenty-third street.
LiTOR RENT TWO HOUSES: ONE EIGHT
rooms, corner rorty-firtu fctreet ana
Seventh avenue at 7 rooms, modern Im
provements, corner Fortv-thlrd xtreet and
Ninth avenue (Edge wood Park at .Ti. Befer
en:cf required. Apply toE. II. Ouycr.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
TilOR B ENT A
X rKni at 1107
court house, north.
Second avenue. Oppo.-Ke
"TJHR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
JC bio for two penoni. Call at lflOS Seoond
venue; second floor.
"T7HJR RENT FURNISHED
dress -M VJ," Am.rs oftice.
"TTIOR RENT FURNISHED
man and wife or two gentlemen: heat,
ran and bath. At H'J', Twentieth street.
H KENT -A FURNISHED FRONT Rf )M
on c:tr line in ci ttral location, with all
Address --K. II," An
iOlt KENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rrr.io and wife or two men. with or with
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED GOOD.REt.1 ABLE OTX.SALES
man. on commiMilon or salary. Afldresa
Quaker OU and Implement company, Cleve
tTTANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
v soiiclten for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. ft Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween 5 and 6 p. m.
W ANTED SAW SMITHERS ON RSOAD
saws, lonir rro-seut and amall e'rea
lars. Steady work and rood waces. Address
immediately for particulars "C II ' ABSCit
IITANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS,
vv around locomotive niachinUts
Hanna Knocks the Head Out
of -the Republican
for t e-I
pair work, tiood w aires, perinanent job Give
references. M. K. HoLf.hliii Cliicuu HeiilitR.
tXTANTED HUSTUNQ AGENTS TO SELL
v our incandescent gasoline lamp. Each
burner produces lK candle power light: all
tores want them: good Icduaement to relia
ble salesmen. Tb Oblo illuminating com
pany, Mansfield. Ohio.
UTANTEO-D FITTERS: 10 DRILLERS. IN
v titling dLnartmtnt of cur nb-ktr wnrLa
Gooil wvts to Hr-t-;lSH workmen. If con.
T-n'ent to call at the factor r. do so: ir nnt
addren u. stating experience, and with
wbom. and Dromnt answer will h rlfin
Kingman llow company. IVoria. 111.
WA NTKD OLD KSTA I1MS H ED M ER
CantHe house, eztendini? husine's in thl
section, wants to arrange with capable man of
correct bahlia to manage branch.
I.Si c It. Evtra commNbions. MuHt fur-
Diab ShOO and Ka'btfaclorv references. Oppor
tunity, drawer 71, New Haven, Cone.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
V7 A NTKD -DINING
v v Second avenue.
ROOM GIRL AT liS
WANTED-TWOGIKLS AT KIRKMAN S
restaurant. 3C43 Fifth avenufc.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at ttJO Nineteenth street.
WANTED A DININOROOM GIRL AND
Cbannermaid at the Commercial hnnu
W A NTKD A
GIRL FOR GENERAL
Apply at bi7 Twenty-llrst
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A COMPE
tentclrl for general houxe work im,i.
l'lla Second avenue.
WANTED A RELI AMI.E GIRL FOR GEN
cral housework: good references re-
Account8 from Republican hpadqnar-
tors show that The boodle stase of the
rampaigu has bt'eu rtached, aud the
head has bcn knocked out of the Re-
puwican barrel. Ilanna s recent visit
to the pastern headquarters of the bip
trusts filled the barrel to overflowing,
m every uouumu state anl coures
tloDal district every vote that cau be
found for money is to le bought. These
are not mere assertions; thev are hard
facts of which the yl)eniocmts hav
ueen warueu uy unairniaii Kiciianiscm
of the Democratic congrtssii.ua! cam
paign committee aud by Uieliard ro
ker of New York, both of whom know
or tne enormous amount ot money se
cured by ITanna and judge by the way
he spent million? In 1U0 how he ia
tends to spend 1L
It is not easy to prevent some buying
and felling of votes among those who
nrt? unprincipled enough to engage in
nucti u traffic, but vigilance on the part
of- Democrats my lessen the number
bought ami sold, ns every slate pro
vides a heavy penalty for the crime,
There was. a noticeable change In tb!
attitude of the Republican managers
Just as Boon ns they got the tip that
llanna had all the money he wanted.
Instead of talking doubtfully of the
result of the elections, both presiden
tial and congressional, they began to
blow-, making the most ridiculous claims
ns to the number of electoral votes that
McKlnley will get and the numlx-r of
Republican congressmen who will be
'luired. 1 131 Seoond avenue.
out board. Pleasant
2704 r ftb svenue.
WANTKI A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
houe work at 7 IS Twi-ntv-vec.onrl vl ro.
surroundings. Cail . at J Good wages. Mrs. W. H. Whisler.
XtOR RENT A NICELY FURNISH ED
.1. second lloor room: outside entrance;
fwnitheast rxposurc. Gentleman preferred
Apply at201 seventh avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
TjTOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
X? lot HutiM). nine rooms, bath room and
laundry. between Eleventh andTvrelfth streets
on Fourtn avenue, inquire at uonaiaaon s
A NTKD HOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at -'') Fourth avenue.
Willie Mark Ilanna Is rngagril In
what he alls "trarlntf the niHlk
from the face o f that hypocrite, tVII
I In tit J. lltj an," lie mlulit take n
natch at thv maKk n the fnce of
the hypocrite who declare thnt
"there in not n trust In the entire
I'nited Stales" and then holds op
the trnut for $30,000,000. St. Loola
TUIitSAI.E HARGAIN IF TAKEN S(XV
.1? A to room, well furnished hotel doing a
good tiiislne- In a live town. Two blocks
from railroad station. For sale cheap, b. B
Hull & Co.
-YK)R SALE LOTS IN McENlRY'S AT
a.' d.tlon by j. J Huras. room it, Mitcneu a
Lynde buUdlnK- These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-elsrbtb and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur-
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SAI.E-A if KID SECOND HAND
baby buftfy. lcuulrc at "aJ Seventh
I.IORSALK-IIAHY Hl'tiGV.OAK. RCHUER
- tired and In t-ood condition. Call at 1305
J. of M) bushels or over at I t.eO per ton.
llered C. O. D. to any part of tbe elty.
Tave orders at Commercial house barber
shop, Rock Ialand, or Enos James, Milan,
LOST AND FOUND.
1 OST A
l.fSH Fl.'R-TKIMMEO COL
lirelie in or near the court house yard
Finder r turn to the AR;i:s o.Ucc.
-A FITI.L-GKOWN IKWS: STRAYM)
from the ve':ta(lo I arm of Philip Scher
cr. Thirty cirIi th street ar.d Eighteenth v
nun r'imler will be rewarded by notifying
Mr. M'Dtrrr at arnive lutorcss.
IX MAKING ARRANGE
MENTS To Go South
This Winter address J.
C. Kcaiu. Jr.. N. W. P. A.
Southern Railway, 225
Dearborn street, Chicago.
Is the greatest SOUTH
ERN SYSTEM. .XH7
miles reaching the best
cities and resorts of the
Oh, My Bach!
This Is an almost daily exprcs&ton with
many people, both men and women.
For tbe ncnetlt ol those who arc thus
a fT" toted we wLsb to say that Bahnsen's
Rex Hcllatlonna and Capsiamm Waster
b an almost Instant relief. Wear one
a few days or weeks and you will feel
like a new person. Call and talk to us
about them even if you do not buy. We
also carry a full line ot Madame Yale's
BAHNSEN'S DRUG STORE,
No. S31 Twentieth Street.
WANTED TO RENT AT ONCE,
may buy, auoul lOacrcs. Addrct3. '
A KOCs olllce.
trANTED-IUPILS IN DRAMATIC ART,
v v clecntlon. physical culture, etc. 326'
WANTED YOL'NG MAN OR WOMAN
with WHae pnvripnr In cnrli nn .ie.
Apply at John B. Zimnier's tailor
IITANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OFSEV
v en r eicbt rooms bet ween Seventeenth
and Twenty-tirthKtreetx and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Addrt as D," Akuvs.
WANTED-IIV YOUNG COUPLE. TWO
or torce unfurnished room for llcbt
housekfrplng-. or small modern flat. Must be
centrally located. Address W," care A nuts.
WANTED EVERYBODY CALL THAT
uses a straw, eblp or leKborn hat.
Cleaned and bleached while you wait 10 cents
each, sib Fifteenth street, opposite court,
bouse. Rock Inland.
want to earti i.'l a
W r U hAhiftpc i, i f i u
from crAteful patients sbould learn to ne
tra'ned nurses. Valuahli Instructions for 2e.
American Schoil of Teehnhiue, Scranton. I'a.
WANTED LOVERS OF ART TO LEARN
to paint your own nictures. New meth
od of paiutinu and enlaririn? life like portraits
ftysnaoowKrapn. Tauubt for W. Studio BIS
nuceutu sirsci, opposite court nouse, itock
Trnnts Idea, of Prosperity.
Tilt; trusts' idea of prosiieiity is to
make It so peculiar that It can exist
only at their command and for their
profit, and if they tliiuU their profits
are nut large enough they will cut
starvation wages still lower, and then
if the wage earner kicks they will send
the army to subdue him or shoot him
down. A trust aristocracy is the mean
est of nil aristocracies, and In these
days it is becoming insufferably arro
gant as well as brutally s. llisli. It has
already, under McKIuley. practically
reduced our government to one of men,
not of liws.
true progress toward a future of peace
and real prosperity founded on just
and honorable dealings with each oth
er and with oil mankind. 2Cew York
When You Bay Dollies.
A father Was commissioned by his
small daughter to buy a dozen little
bisque dolls. Her Instructions were so
many and so detailed that the father
found himself hesitating to perform
"See here, Ethel," he said at last.
"I'm afraw 1 11 make some awrui mis
take. Dou't you think you'd better
wait until your cold is better, and then
you can go into town some day with
mamma and pick out the doll babies
"Oh. Ha, papa." cried Ethel, "I do so
want them right off. And. papa, I'll
tell you how to choose them. Just pick
each one up and look straight iuto its
eves, and if it looks at you as If it
really and truly loved you, why, you
buy it." New York Sun.
RUINS HIDE THE DEAD.
Continued From First Pace.
great wails: wnole structures fell nwo
the streets In piles so that the ine of
thoroughfare could not be marked out;
huge splinters of Iron, steel and wood
were tilings iuto the streets and into
the buildings, clean through the walls.
wnere they burled women and men
people waikiug through the streets
were knocked down and dangerously
Injured by timbers, glass and steel;
horses were thrown down: wagons
windows, store fronts and all sorts of
property for blocks in every direction
were wrecked and damaged.
SEVEN PERSONS LOSE THEIR LIVES
No Flies In Skyscrapers.
"If I was a baldheaded man I would
get me an omee on one or the upper
Honrs of the tallest skyscratior In
town." remarked an attorney. "Why?
Because I'd never have to brush a fly
from my hairless pate. Flies stay near
the ground, seldom getting more than
SO or 40 feet alwve it. The only flics
you get in a skyscrajter are the ones
that stray up through the interior of
the building, and they are mighty few.
You will find them on the lower floors,
but just keep your eyes open when you
are in high buildings, you'll see mighty
few of the little pests above the third
or fourth floors. 'Cleveland i'laln
Hired by the Hoar.
When Remenyl, the famous violinist.
was a young man. no was engaged by
a parvenu to play at a urnner, the
agreement stating that he was to fur
nish music from S o'clock to 11. He
began with an andante movement from
Mozart, a composition which opens
very low ana soft.
The host turned to his guests, "That's
just like those musicians," he said. "I
hired him by the hour, and see how
slow he plays." Kansas City Inde
Didn't Work Well.
"We couldn't get along with two
"Not enough work?"
"That wasn't it; each was afraid he'd
get here in the morning before the
other." Chicago IJecord.
sn examination of a sample of roast
ed coffee berries seized In Paris show
ed them to be entirely artificial; chem
ical analysis disclosed ash, gum. dex-
rln, etc.. ami the microscope sltowed
grains of wheat, starch, vegetable
debris and animal hairs. The berries
were Iieautif ully molded.
The stove trnat Is enpitnllsed for
aiMiMxuwwin a . i. I Snake ns Necklaces.
- . i- -h si ri iiii'iii v cii ki mki'n iti rxf I nin'i
but they are all harmless. In certain
native of freezing durltiK the rulil
months or aBylne one trust's price
for n stove and the other's exorbi
tant rnte for coal.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT.
a.' a. on any kind of security Also choice
property lor sale and rent. W. L. Coyne,
6ju aeveutccntn street, up stairs.
HTONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
lil. gage loans by W. H Eastman, 1711 Seo
ond avenue, without publity or removal. He
alao mattes oolleotiona hard ones a medially.
1 TA NTKD TO IXAN MONEY ON !I A
vv monda. watches, iewelrv. hardware.
musical instruments, bicycles, clotblne, dry
co-ds. furniture, etc Highest cash prices
pain ior sreonn nana looas or an Kinds also
The above good tor sale at balf tbe usual
store prices. A II business transactions strictly
confidential. Ills new number and locution.
Ii3 second avenue In't forget it. J. W.
J ones. Two ruitrson 1317
PSYCHO MAGNETIC HEALER.
IR. A. L. THOMPSON TREATS ALL
' ehronlo diseases, functional disorders.
nervous acd mental troubles,
free, luo? Fourth avenue.
11. STRAPH. PROFESSOR OF DIA-
duetion. All diseases Hiicceksfullv treat
ed without wedicine or electricity. Uladu j
lion cures wblie you alcep. No cure no pay.
A dieted persons, articuln-ly those pro
nounced incurable, are invited tit call or write.
mice. 117 sixteenth street between First and
Second avenues. Hours. 10 to 12 a. m., S to t
and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 2 to p. m.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OCR
Koods by sample to wholesale and retail
trade. Wc arc the largest and only manufac
turers in our line in tbe worlu. 1 Jheral salary
pa'd. Address. Can-Dei Manufacturing com
pany. Savannah. Ga.
KAGS. RUHHEKS. ETC. SEND lOSTAL
card or leave word at Fourth ave
nue, or roruclh street aud Fifth avenue.
f you have any racs. rubber, etc.. to sell.
I m ill come to your bouc and Day you from
50 to 7 per hundred for ratrs. A II calls will re
ceive prompt attention. B. F. Klugger.
Tr. WIIJJAMSON I1IJYS, SELLS. AND
exohanires all kinds of second hand foods.
will pay more than any other dealer and. sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing and
cleaning done ao. J. p. Williamson. 1515
Second avenue. Telephone cumber -issi.
F YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mail Is the one paper In Mollne
that can do it for you. MaU wants are dodu-
lar and Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash la ad
vance. 2-eent stamps will do. Jtvenlng ul
Sunday MaU. Hollos. UL
1 TROPE'S WONDSRFTJL PALM RE A TV
j -ysr. lately arrived, inform tbe public of
her womlc-ful powers In reading the hu,ury
of one life, by examining the palm of the
hand, telling tbepast. present and future. Ad
vice given in business matters and family
arTairs. lost or stolen property; teils you the
nnials of your future companion, whetbet
ale or true Tells vow what ousineas you are
adapted to Tells you ail about absent friends,
whether living or dead Tell you what planet
you were born under. Wbat par of the coun-
ry is lack tet for you. Hours, a. m. to Vp.
m , 5.r t uurtb avenue, kock irana, to.
Bryan In New York.
A second time a great leader has
come out of the west to teach us of the
east that there are obligations in life
outsit'e of the counting house and that
the rights and brotherhood of mau
cannot be ignored If the nation is to
sur ive. Bryan has pointed out the
path to safety for nation and individ
ual, and no better guide could be cho
sen to take the van in the march of
districts It is a custom of the native
girls to wind live reptllea around their
necks aud arms as ornaments for their
dances. Two Republics.
Kubens received for his painting of
the grand ceiling in the banqueting
house, Whitehall, the sum of $.0,000.
Ihe space "covered by this painting is
about JOO yards, so that he was paid
nearly ?.t0 a y?rd.
Land in England is S00 times as val
uable now as it Waij 2U0 years ago.
PWW 1 U
7 I I 111 saw III I a I Mi It
fit Cfv .rvr'vraBBxa, i mm si mi i j ' n.BBa i Ji4i a "sua, -v
If the stove or
rane you buy
bears tins trade
ti nark, you are
1 insured everv
ing in a stove
cnt and durable,
the most econ
omical . con
years as the
standard of stove
LARGEST STOVE PLANT IN THE WQRLOL
Jewel Stoves are sold by
Allen, Myers & Company
iJ : Appre-I
X ;:OTi cia
Mini - ; i tin ' H I I bH am itiiurnraii
and refressung. and becaoae they ar rrnnranee4 perfset
by capable ) adgas tbe world . Kvery botti Is a anlt
of ezocUsoos aad parity. Srswed aad bottled la Sk
THE AMERICAN BREH1NQ
EsT" Never Sold la Balk to Bottlers.
A. D. HUESLNG, WhoBale Dealer, Bock Island. HI.
Wreck on the Northern Pacific In Mon
tana v-ore of People Injnred.
St. Paul, Oct. 30. A Helena, Mont.,
special to The Dispatch, says: North
ern Pacific- train Xo. 4, east-bound,
was partly wrecked at re Hart, Mont..
eight miles from Ilig Timber, at 11:15
Sunday night by the breaking of a
switch rod, Seven passengers were
killed and several injured.
The dead are: W. V. Relfenrath, of
Helena: Dr. Ix-ster Pendleton, of Mount
Hope. Wis.: Ed. Eastman, of Raymond.
D.: Dr. C. C. Hat-thorn, of livings-
ton, Mont.; Miss M. S. Tracy, of Ilozf
man. Mont.; two unknown women. The
injurtd Walter Nelson, of Dickinson.
N. D.. left and right sides bruised;
Miss Lucy Carpenter, head, side and
arm bruised; Mrsr Jacob Hugh, or
Marietta. Mich., left foot and side
Iwuised: Maria Tracy, of Bozeman,
Mont., wrist and arm bruised: M. J.
Sweeney, of Butte. Mont., slight Injury
to right arm; Erick Pciidlotou. brother
tf Lester Pendleton,' slight: Ed. Gray,
traveling freight agent of the Omaha
railway, foot bruised; M. A. Deidrick,
engineer, slight injury in tne n.-iuu;
Oeorge Hubbard, sheriff of Yellow
stone county. left arm and leg broken;
A dozen others were less seriously in
The train was going forty-five miles
an hour at the time of the accident.
The first three cars were derailed and
thrown on their yiide aud the casualties
were all among the passengers in the
day coach, the remainder of the train
not leaving the track. A special train
was sent from Livingston as soon as
news or the wreck was received.
It Is thought that when the debris
of the wreck is cleared away other vic
tims will be found, as two or three pas
sengers are missing.
KAKTIIOl AKE CLAIMS FIFTEEN '
Dead and Many Others Hurt Including the
President, at Caracas, Venezuela.
Caracas, Venezuela. Oct. 30. At 4:40
a. m. yesterday Caracas was visited ny
a severe earthquake, fifteen persons
were kiHed and many others injured.
tireat damage was done to buildings.
including the Pantheon and the
churches. The United States legation
was badly damaged, Dut all the occu
pants eseaoited unhurt.
President Castro, who leaped from a
balcony on the second lloor of the gov
ernment house, had one of his legs
broken. William Henry Doveton Hag
gard had a narrow escape, the sin-ond
floor of the Ijaitlsli legation having
fallen upon hi maud buried him in the
TWO CENTS HIS UNDOING.
It Involves HI in In a Controversy In
Which He Is llrld In Hall.
Oct. 30. Jacob
farmer, living in
the United States
citv. his case In
Fort Dodge, la..
Ziegler, "a wealthy
was bound over to
grand jury in this
volving '2 cents. The charge against.
Ziegler is a violation of the internal
revenue laws. Ziegler placed an order
for strawberry idants with I-red
Chapman, a nursery 6tock peddler,
some months ago.
Chanman eontracted to deliver the
plants at the proper time in the spring
but failed to live up to his agreement
and did not call on Zcigler until some
luie in July. Ziegler refused to ac
-ent tbe ulants and was sustained in
his action by the courts, cnapman
thirsted for revenge and brought
charjre against Ziegler of having failed
to atlix a revenue stamp to his order,
Involves an Important Question,
Washington, Oct. 30. The supreme
court yesterday on motion of John ,
Carlisle, advanced and assigned for ar
jrument on the 7th of January next the
case or Ellas A. lie Lima, ei hi.,
plaintiffs in error, vs. (ieorge K. Bid-
well, collector or customs at tne port or
New York. The question Involved in
the case is that of the right of the
United States government to collect du
ties on imports from Porto Itico under
regulations prepared by the treasury
department before the act of congress
prescribing the rates to be imposed
audi Injury to Insult.
Creensburg, Ky., Oct. 30. Tom Cal-
loon shor and instantly Kinea iiinen
Marrs at Cross Koads, six miles from
here. The trouble arose over C alhoon s
chartre that Marrs took a drink out or
a half pint bottle of whisky and substi
tuted water for the liquor.
Arrested for a Coward Art.
Williamsburg, O.. Oct. 30. OenernI
Snell wa. sarrested here yesterday for
dynamiting the home of Henry Wilson
near here last winter and killing Vin
son's 10-year-old eon. Another arrest
Cecil Rhodes Down with Fever.
London. Oct. 30. Cecil Rhodes, ac
cording to a special dispatch from
Cape Town. Is ill with fever.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in uso for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per-
-522- 8on.il supervision sine its infancy
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-fjoml" nre bufc
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is Pleasant It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
And; allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
antl Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural bleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Fiieud.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
7 Bears tho
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC eCNUUR COIIMNV, TT MURRAY STftrtTT. NCW VORft CrTf.
1 YOU CAN HARDLY MISS IT IF YOU GO VIA THE QUCIN A CRCCCtNT ROUTE."
fv naaWM nt I asarwrei il an m ussil V
I 1, t . .-M . i. t i . . i . : . t i . I 2
siennls and cL-ctric hcndlijzhts, vcbtilml'l trains, fast linu-, f
u siennls an
M Day Coac
M QlK'Lll fc
I Havana f
W. J. M
brrll.ist, heavy steel, modern locomotives, Mmk
J electric headlights, vestilniKsI trains, fast lime,
t schedules, Observation, Cafe arid Parlor Cars,
oin Sleepers, Free Reclining Chairs and Palace
hes you get a!i these when you travel via the
Tliiiu;;h il.iily vivice from Ciii-iiin.ili to
Chntt.iiioogn, Atl.ml.i, Hirniinh.un, Aslic
villo, New Dilf.ins. J;u k.M.n ilk-, M. Augus
tine, Tampa and Mi.imi.
Writ.,- to W. A. BcL-kler, N. P. A., 1 1 A.I.ims St.,
(.hii'.nio, I'r five books, rn.ips iiiiorin.iti'Mi.
UKPHY, ctNlKAl MAtr.r. W. C. ItlNEAHSUN, GIN, l'AM,i,n.
iaa ii'Zii' iB'SwaLTsfss-'aaaa m liTTnui'""' "in "i rsiiaS
Bismarck's Iron Wervs
Was the result of bis splendid
health. Indomitable will and tre
mendous energy are not found where
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels
are out of order. If you want these
qualities and tbe success they bring,
use Dr. Kind's New hife Pills. Only
25 cents, at ilartz & Ullemeycr's drug
The editor of tbe Fordville, Ky.,
Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript
to a business letter: "I was cured of
kidney trouble by taking Foley's Kid
ney Cure-'" For sale by all druggists.
TL. af s i rt . . i .
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL.
Our Eleotrlo Machine tor
tbe treatment of N ervous
and X-Ray work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chlnaa;o, a.-Bjrtreon-ln-Cliler
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Kxlutiistivo drains, Slop.essnes, Threntonel Insan.
Ity, Weak Memory, Meatal Delusloos, or soy other ooodlilon due to nervous eibsusllon
CATARK11, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Livet
and Skin Diseases oan be quickly and permssently cured by our advanoed system of rued I
VARICOCELE Is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
. months with others when we iruarantoe you s permanent ours In seven days by our palsies
metnoda. H j drooole cured In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. Wa
nave cured many cases (riven upas hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. SurrlOsI
operations performed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your case In tbe banc's of those who nave bad llltls or no practical exper
ience in tbe treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private prat-lice and extensive experience as surgcon-ln-
ehiefofSt. Anthony's Hospital toiretticr with the fact that be has cured hundreds who
were pronounced incurable by others during tne tlvcycara be bat, urcii located In Daven
port, proves conclusively that be la tbe physician you sbould consult If you want to gel
Rest of reference and credential!
ot call write.
Hundreds cured by mail.
Sunday II:SO to 1:10 p. as.
iess oi rerci
Only Curable Cases Taken. y,u c,ann
Honrs, Dlolla. m., S to 8 and 7 to 8 p.
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullough Building, Davenport,
Rock Island Savings Bank
Book Island. 111.
Incorporated Under the Ms. Four Per Cent Paid on
State Law. 0 Deposits.
Ow Pck&onal Collateral Ok Real Estate Securitt.
J. M. Ruford, President.
Jobn Crobaucb, Vice President-
P. Greenawait, Caabler.
Betas business July t, IRM. and occupied
. K. corner OX autcoeu
H H. Cable.
i. I. Hull,
K. W Flursl,
Jackson and Hurst.
Wm. W llmertoa
i. VL. Huford
JOHaT M. FABIDOsT.
BMfBT A. rABILOM
PAIIDON; 5c SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Paper Htagera, CMlclalaera, Etc
Shop 419 asTtuHeenth Sfc.
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