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; the augtjs, Friday, mauch 14, 1902.
VERY old maxim declares that it isn't econ
omy to pick up pins ; the time is worth more
than the pins. Similarly it is not true econ
omy to do without Ivory Soap; your health
requires the daily removal of the bodily excretions
which are discharged through the pores of the skin.
These tiny mouths must be kept open, and they
should be opened only with a pure soap.
IVORY SOAP 996 PER CENT. PURE.
MOLINE HOUSEMAN HAS
ACCIDENT IN THIS CITY
I'd Ward, t lit well-known Moliuc
hoiseman. had : rubber trying expe
rience on Third avenue in this city
la-t c cuing. H was driving n of
hi-; track animal-: along Thirl avenue
:il:.mt ." o'clock when :i Uridyl- line
r:i .- i.tsc:I. 1 1 is horse took fright
:mi I t.-'K-d n lrn p: ly. throwing Mr.
Ward it ml :i companion who was with
him out upon T li pavement. Tlio
former held to tin- lines isnd was
dragged several roils before witnesses
of tin- incident canic to the rescue
an) helped to get the horse under
ontrol. Tlit- luiifiry was considerably
h rccki'il, lni! Mr. Ward and his com
panion escaped with a few- scratches.
Sanreoirs Knife Not tlNl.
Surgery is 110 linjrer necessary to
cure piles. I)e Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve cures such cases at once, re
moving the necessity for dangerous,
painful anil expensive operations.
1'or scalds, cuts. burns, wounds,
bruises, sores and skin diseases it is
unequalled. P.cware of counterfeits.
IIow An Your Kldarya f
Dr. nobt-Sparaa-Pmcare all kid-ier tll
jple free. Add. Sierliotf HuiiieUy Co.. Chicago or . k.
Friday, March 14.
Yollv. Venial. Yovial Ole. The b.-st
ot SwcMlish Dialect Comedians.
And an excellent company ot players,
inrludiiip the famous original i?VKD
IMI I-Al-IRS- ylJAKTKT. Oirert from
Hti.ctholm. Sweileu. in the time tried.
ai:il ever iojular i omedy drama.
Filled to the brim with roaring com
elv scenes. TourficK of heart interest.
Prices. 25c. Jfio. Sec anil 75c.
Seats on Bale at Lloyd's.
OlftlCTION CrtAMBERLIN.KlMDT ACOHMNV.
Saturday, March lb.
Messrs. NIXON and ZIMMERMAN
In WILLAItD SI'EN'SEHS Comedy
Miss Bob White
As Presented 12.1 Times at the Chestnut
Street Theatre, Philadelphia.
Great Star Cast.
Ensemble of Seventy.
Prices. 50c. 771c. ft and tl SO.
Sale of heats at Lloyd's Thursday.
Sunday, March 16.
"The Comedy Kvent of the Season."
By the Author of
"The Heart of Maryland."
Ntpht" at the Herald Square
Theatre, New York City.
A Great Cast Miss Marie IXro,
New Sones. Now Pauces. With
Prices ic. Sue. TSc and tl.
Seats on sale at Lloyd's.
i n "T I'liinn i iwm i ''l "" ' ir ir'iw
Hrv. K. II. Vounir to Vwl.
Announcements haw liceu received
of the coming weddingof Kev. IMward
Hudson Young, son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. .1. Young, of this city, and Louise
Annie I'ophaui.. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. Ilissitte Popham, of New
York city. The ceremony will take
place at Cracc chapel, in N'ew York,
at high noon Wednesday. April 2. The
couple wi!l le at home after April ')
at North avenue. Ka.t Allegheny,
All who use atomizers in fronting
nasal catarrh will get the best result
from Ely's Liquid Cream I'.alni. Price,
including spraying tube, 7.1c. Sold by
druggists or mailed by I 'ly llros.. .Iij
Warren street. New York.
New Orleans. Sept. 1. l'.MtO. Messrs.
I-Ily liros: "f sold two bottles of
your Liquid Cream Lalm to a custom
er, Uilliam l.an.iicrton, iti. Heia
chaise street. New Orleans; lie has
used the two bottles, giving him won
derful and most satisfactory results.
George Y. McDufT, pharmacist.
Rocky Mountain Tea braces up the
whole system. Renews your lost en
ergy. Oreat bowel toiiie for tired and
sick people. T. II. Thomas' phar
Everv dav during tlie months of
March "and April. 11)02, tho UNION
PACIFIC will sell Colonist one-way
tickets at the following rates:
To ();den and Salt Lake
To liutte, Anaconda and
To I'oints on the Great
Northern Rv., Sto-
kane to Wenatehee inc., via Huntings
ton and Spokane.
Qnr f( To Points on Great
3O.UU Nortliern Ry.. vves't of
Wenatehee, via Huntington and Spo
To Portland, Taconia
JpC fr To Ashland. Oregon and
VkUiUU internieliate oiiits,
including Rranch Lines on S. 1'. Co.,
south of Portland, via Portland.
Jpc ff To San Francisco, Los
vtOiUU Angeles .and other
Full information cheerfully furnished
on application to:
W. G. NEIMYER, G. A.f
193 Sooth Clark St. Chlrmco, III
tac M Ikt tl (UBT.
tm fa Itc r dpn M Cm.
Do N'T Be Fooled!
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madlaon Medl
cine Co.. Aladison, Wis. It
keeps you vcil. Our trade
murk cut on each package.
Price. 35 cent. Never aol4
In bulk. Accept no attbati
rceteea tute. Ask your druggUt
Henry Austin Adams on Cardinal
' Newman at Sacred Heart
A larg-e crowd thronged Sacred
Heart church last evening to listen
"Cardinal Newman." Those who at-
to Henry Austin Adams lecture on
"Cardinaal Newman." Those who at
tended heard a brilliant discourse by
a man of masterly descriptive pow
ers. He began by a reference to the
universal recognition accorded Car
dinal Newman throughout the world,
and especially in this country. He
made a close comparison of his char
acteristics with those of hfs contem
porary, Ciirdiiutl Manning, t-o illus
trate some subtle intluence possessed
by the former, lie drew a picture of
his entry into Oxford university, of
his gradual rise in'he field of relig
ious thought, and of his occupancy of
nn exalted position in the established
church. At the age of :!(, the speak
er said, he was preaching to such men
as Thackery. Uuskin. Dickens, ('sir
lyle and other thinkers of the lUth
century, This, the speaker contend
ed, has had an incalculable intluence
on all Knglish literature, and in proof
of his assertion contrasted the Cath
olic priest in fiction of today with
the underhan.led, scheming, despic
able character portrayed 50 years
ago. He paid a high tribute to Car
dinal Newman, drew inspiration from
his "Lead. Kindly Light" and left his
audience with no bad taste of sectar
ian bias. Mn Adams is a speaker of
rare force, a graceful, pleasing pres
ence ami has a plain, matter-of-fact
way of putting things that is refresh
ing. MRS. VAN G ALDER IS HONORED
Mad. Mrmlier of Auxiliary Mount of Muna-
rrn Committee of Horlil' Fair.
Mrs. Florence T. Van (ialder. edi
tor of The IJoyal Neighbor, of Kock
Island, has been appointed a member
of the commit tee on press and public
ity of the auxilliary board of lady
managers of the World's Fair Fra
ternal UniMing association, of St.
To tit Stockholder In Tw ln-t'lty Keutlor
lur Company wf Kock Inland.
You will take notice that pursuant
to a resolution of tlie board of din-dors
f Twin-City Rendering com
pany of Kock Island, a special meet
ing of the stockholders of said com
pany will be held at the olTice of
Jackson fc Hurst in the city of Rock
Island on the seenth day of April. A.
I). at the hour of 2 o'clock p. in.,
for the purpose of submitting to a
vote of such stockholders the ques
tion of increasing the capital stock of
said company from the sum of $10,-
000 to the sum of $20.0M. at which
time and place you will please attend.
Witness the hands of the following
directors if said company tliis :id
day of March. A. 1. HKW.
.fULlirS ROSEN FIELD.
V.. L. SCHMIDT.
ABE ROSENFI ELD.
J. E. RURME1STEK.
Notice Is hereby riven that on Tuesday, the
first day of AntU, A. U . 110. In the clvy of
Kock Island. Itllao s. an election wlllbehe:d
for the following ofllcera. to-wit:
One alderman In the First ward for two
, One alderman la the Second ward for two
One aldermaa In the 7 bird wara tor two
One alderman In the Fourth ward lor two
One alderman In the Firth ward lor two
One alderman In the Sixth wara ror two
One alderman in the Seventh ward rur two
Town prri lh
One assessor for one year.
One coiltetor for one year.
One supervisor for two years.
Three assistant supervisors for two years.
One justice of the peaee to fill vacancy.
W bleb election win be cpen at 7 o'clock In
the morning and eontlnue open until 5 o'clock
In the afternoon of tbat day. Places of regis
tration and voting will be as follow:
First Ward Jflrst precinct. No. 403 Fourth
First Ward Second preo net. No. 506 Fourth
feecond Ward First zrecinct.No. 10U lUrJ
Second Ward Second precinct. No. lioo
Third Ward First precinct. No. WOO Second
ibird Ward Second precinct. No. 1134
Thl d Ward Third precinct. Meyer & Deh-
ring Jsnrsery company, corner fifteenth
street and Eleventh avenue.
Fourth Ward Ftr.t precinct, F.ick'a livary
stable. No. IBM Ibird avenue
Fourth Ward Second pieclnct, M. Levy's
carriage bouie. Nineteenth stieet, between
S.xth and Seventh avenues
Fifth Ward First precinct, bote house on
Twenty secocd street.
Fifth Ward Second precinct, scbmia s gro
cery sicre. No. fC3 Twentieth street .
Sixth Ward F.nt precinct, hose house.
Tweniy-alxtb street, near Seventh avenue
SIxtu W'aid second prfccluot. cbapel, cor
ner SeveLth avenue and Tweoty-nlnth street.
eleventh Ward First precinct. No. 3110
bevemh Ward Second preclnat, Martin
dale's blacksmith shop. No. 44XFiftn avnue.
feeventb Wid 'I hi d precino , Stephen, n
brn. Forty-fourth atret. between Seventh
and Eighth avenue-.
tl. U. ScnarrsB,
City and Town Clerk,
Rjck Ialatd, March II. ivoi.
KID-N'E-OIDS HAVE .JERIT.
For years I have had hhooting pains
through xny bac and sides. My nerve3
were affected. Had tpelia of Uizzlae33,
and could not sleep. Doctor3 said
there was no help for me. I Anally
was Induced 'by a friend to try Kid-Ne-Olds,
and they at one gave me ie
llef. I continued to use them for three
months and am now well and cured.
Thanks to the discovery of Kld-Ke-Oids.
. Mre. John Hicks, WilUamsport.
pa. Price COc. Tablets. Always cure.
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
DRTJRY RESIDENT INSANE
HAD ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
Frank Hayes, a resident of Drtiry,
aged 3.". was 'removed from this city
to the Watertown hospital today. He
was adjudged insane yesterday after
noon by a jury composed of Dr. .1. F.
Myers, M. A. (lould, .Joseph Jenkins,
V. T. Davis, S. .1. Normoyle. and J. W.
Tubbs. The patient was accidentally
shot in the head five years ago and
the ball was never extracted. This is
the main cause attributed for his con
dition, although a younger brothef
was adjudged insane 10 years ago.
and it is believed heredity had some
thing to do with the present attack.
About a week ago the patient became
violent and under the delusion that
some one ws attempting to kill him
he attempted to take his own life. He
drank hnlf a pint of turiM-ntiue with
this end in view, but a doctor arrived
in time to prevent fatal consetpiences.
Tables of TheoLtre.
The popular Swedish dialect come
dy. "Ole Olsen," to be seen at the Illi
nois tonight, seems to have a stand
ard value in the minds of local thea
tregoers, :ind it needs only an an
nouncement of its coming to stimu
late a deuiiiiid for tickets. Ole Olson
is one of those rare characters that
can say, like Tennyson's "ISrook,"
"Men nuiy conic and men may go, but
1 go on forever:" for. like "I'licle
Tom's Cabin." the people will thick
to see it when the other Swedish
plays are on the shelf, covered with
dust; particularly so when the" origi
nal "Ole," lien Hendricks, plays the
character. In the Americanized
Swede, he gives us a character so
droll, and so uniUc. as to command
the attention of all thoughtful play
goers. Its success has been greater
than that of sniy other dialect come
dy, and the Swede of this actor has
been given a place by some writers
side by side with the graceless "Uip"
of Mr. Jefferson. The story of "Ole
Olcsoii" is one of interest, and is full
of dramatic and pathetic episodes,
but for every tear there are a hun
dred laughs, so anybody with a crack
ed lip is advised to stay away, for lirst
you will laugh and then you roiir at
the comicalities of your friend Ole.
"Naughty Anthony." David llelas
co's laughable comedy, which is to.be
seen here at the Illinois theatre Sun
day, owes much of its success to the
line cast that interprets it. Marie
lliini. who is seen as Cora, the hosiery
model, is said to be one' of the
prettiest and most graceful young
comediennes on tin stage. Will F.
Phillips who plays the title role. "An
thony." was the hit of the London
production of "The Whirl of the
Town." a New York Casino success,
and Vatli Kosa. who nppears as Win
nie, the professor's maid, is well
known to our theatregoers. She is
the daughter of the late I'atti Kosa.
and inherits all her mother's brilliant
talent. Miss Doro's anil Miss Kosa's
songs are features of "Naughty An
thony." which is claimed to be the
most laughable farce now before the
public. It has the seal of a New
York success, having run for a hun
dred and fifty nights at the Herald
Sipiare theatre there.
It will be a representative audi
ence that will greet Marguerita Syl
va in Willard Spenser's "Miss l'.ob
White" at the Illinois theatre tomorrow-
for the fame of both the star
and the opera is such as to induce
theatregoers to attend. The previous
Sensers operas, "The Lady Tycoon"
and '"The Princess Itonnie." have been
such successes and "Miss Dob White"
has had such a lengthy and prosper
ous run in I'liiiaiieipnia. mat loeai
amusement seekers have had their
appetites whetted and look forward
to the coming of Mr. Spenser's latest
work with much pleasurable anticipa
tion. Add to this the achievements
of Miss Sylva and her fame as a great
artiste and the combination is well
nigh invincible. The advance sale of
seats is progressing and Nixon &
Zimmerman's big company may be
sure of a warm reception here.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
On March ISth the Kock Island &
l'eoria railway will sell round trip
home seekers' tickets to points in the
south and southeast at one and one
C. II. &. O. Ilailway company will
have on Bale Feb. 18th and March
4th and 18tn homeseekers tickets at
one fare nlus $2.00 for the round trip,
good 21 days from date of sale, for
the principal points in the south, west
and north. Cheap rate one way
colonists tickets will also be on sale
to points in the north, northwest and
west every day during March and
One fare plus $2.00 to a number of
points in the north, west und south
west on Mnrch ISthV April 1st and
1.1th. via the C, K. I. & I, railway.
Also durimr March and April the one
way rate to San Francisco and J-os
AmreleH will lie $31.00. to Portland
nnd Seattle $30.00. Helena. Salt Lake
and Ogden $20.00. For full informa
tion regarding through service nnd
so forth, call at city ticket office.
1S13 Second avenue.
Raw or Inflamed Loners
Vield rnnidlv to the wonderful cur
ative and healing qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It prevents pneu
monia and consumption from a hard
cold settled on the lungs. For sale
by all druggists. '
Quarters of Rock Island Lumber
Company a Model of
The office force of the Kock Island
Lumber company is now coinfortably
installed in the new quarters at the
corner of Fifth avenue and Twenty
seventh street. The improvement is
one that adds greatly to the appear
ance of the neighborhood, us well as
one that may be relied upon in mater
ially increase the business of the
company through the superior facil
ities it provides for the convenience
The building is a 2-sTory frame with
floor dimensions of ::0 by 4S feet. The
offices are on the first -floor and the
second floor is used for storage pur
poses. All the offices are commodi
ous and well lighted. A hot air fur
nace furnishes the heat ami all the
otfiees have electric lights.
Manager F. D. Taylor's office is at
the front in the southwest corner. It
is linislied in quarter sawed oak and
the walls are dime in sand linish ami
painted in water colors resembling
burlap. The manager's office is a deep
shade of red and the other offices are
leaf green. AH the rooms are trim
med in gold.
The street entrance opens into the
main olViee, wliic-h occupies the south
east corner nnd further back ex
tends the entire width of the building.
Tin customer does business at a tall
solid waluut desk, back of which
beams Ihe shining countenance of
l-Mward Nance, the head bookkeeper.
This room is tit ted up with every
convenience for the use of the book,
keepers and clerks. Opening- from
the main office at the northeast side
is a fireproof vault. T by 14 feet, in
which the records and valuables are
kept. West of this and separated from
it by a hallway leading to the rear
entrance is the stenographers room
and back of the latter are the closets.
The company's new she.l. in which
all the (iner grades of lumber are
kept, is ."4 by 17."i feet. In addition to
this the three sheds near the mill are
still retained. The yards of the com
pany lie south of the railroad tracks
while the Kock Island Sash Door
works has taken those yards north.
The Lumber company will now eater
almost entirely to the retail trade,
such lumber is is not secured here
being shipped in from the northern
mills controlled by the same interests
as the local concern.
Scales have been put in just east of
the office and Ihe handling of coal
will be made a part of the business.
As soon as the frost Is entjrely out
of the ground the old fence east of
the new office on Fifth avenue will be
torn away and a high and tight board
affair, ornamented with the com
pany's .advertisements, will bo put in
MEMORIAL TO "WILLIAMS
Wednesday. Mrs. llobert Primrose,
of Clinton, grand organizer of the O.
I. A. instituted at Kngineers" hall.
Fifth avenue and l-'lia street, an aux
illiary to the lb'ot herhood of Loco
motive Kngineers, Division No. Oil of
Kock Island, to be known as the W.
W. Williams Memorial No. 200. with
IS charter members. The following
officers were elected:
Past president Mrs. C. II. Hitch
cock. President Mrs. William Arnold.
Yice president Mrs. L. 11. Morgan.
Secretary Mrs. James Carl.
Treasurer Mrs. Arthur Kotigh.
Chaplain M rs. tleorge Scott.
Organist Mrs. M. H. Dennett.
(iuide Mrs. .1. L. Williams. "
Sentinel Mrs. I). D. Trevillian.
Pillars Mrs. H. K. Pratt. Mrs. A. C.
Ilotchkiss. Mrs. P. II. Darnhart, Mrs.
Marshals Mrs. W. A. Porter, -Mrs.
Kxecutive committee Mrs. W. W.
Williams, Mrs. L. H. Morgan, Mrs. C.
H. Hitchcock, Mrs. William Arnold.
Sick committee Mrs. William
Johnson. Mrs. William McKlrath.
For the Complexion.
The complexion always suffers
from biliousness or constipation.
Unless the bowels are kept open the
impurities from the body appear in
the form of unsightly eruptions. Do
Witt's Little Karly Itisers keep the
liver and bowels in healthy condition
and remove the cause of such trou
bles. C. K. Hooper. Albany, da., says:
"I took DeWitt's Little Karly Kisers
for biliousness. They were just what
I needed. 1 am feeling better now
than in years." Never gripe or dis
tress. Safe, thorough and gentle.
The very best pills. All druggists.
Row-are of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo-
lev's Honev and Tar. roleys Jvianey
Pur and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm oil worthless prepara
tions in dace of these valuable med
icines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For 6ale by all
We are willing to publicly testify
for Kid-Ne-OIds. We know that Kid-Ne-Olds
cured our kidneys and ho
Ueve Kid-Ne-Oids will cure yours.
Mr. E. E. Evman. jm broaJwray. Lorain. Ohio.
Mrs. E. L. fceJr. t Bank St.. Lorain. Ohio
L P. CoftVy. broker, AnJerson. lnd.
Solomon Sawyer. Jackson St. Brazil. In.
U C. iw. Grand Ave. Waukcgaa, 1.1.
W. R. Bfc. Crntralia. III.
Airs W h. L. lever. 14 iSth St.. Fon-dn-Lae. Wis.
o,jnr-otof tablets. 50c. Try them.
T. II. THOMAS, leaning Druggist.
drinking irom the same vessels,
using the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming in contact with persons
who have contracted it.
It begins usually with a little blister , or sore, then swelling in the
groins, a red eruption breaks out on . , . . . .
f", . 1 , , Ten years ago I contracted a bad cats
the body, sores and ulcers appear of Blood Poison. I wa under treatment
in the mouth, the throat becomes of a physician until I found that he could
ulcerated, the hair, eye brows and J03 ? ood- hen began taking
lasher fill out - tb blrwvt rwen-nirir s-ls- I commenced to improve at one
xasnes iau out , tlie Diooa oecoming and in a very ehort time aU evidenco ot
more contaminated, copper colored the disease disappeared. 1 took six bot-
splotches and pustular eruptions and tics and today am sound and well.
sores appear upon different parts of - R' M' WalI Morristown, Tena.
the body, and the poison even destroys the bones.
S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease, and cures it even in the
worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes
but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound.
Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious
Blood Poison. If you want medical advice give us a history of your case,
and our phj sicians will furnish all the information you wish without any
charge whatever. THE SWIFT SPECIFICCO., ATLANTA, GA.
To All Who Call
Before March 9.
The new treatment ineludes a won
derful eleetric useillator capable of
sending nut 1o the body of the pa
tient I'enlb', yet eiri-ely peroep! i ble,
impulses, like the waves of wireless
felejjraphy, whieh passingf through
medicated air, liberates ozone and
carries this enforced energy into ev
ery part of the body, thus restoring
again the harmless ilrations of
health, iuvijrorat ing the neres, en
riching the blood and expelling the
poisonous debris. 'I'h ns healthy
functional activity and nutrition is
at once established.
Mental and Fhysical life strength
ened and prolonged.
The cells of the brain become ex
hausted by the worries and rush of
business life. P.y this new scientific
treatment it is possible to rearrange
the feeble cells and tissues and reju
venate both mind and body.
With this mild yet remarkable light
the physician can look into and
tliroitgli the body: can tell at a
glance Ihe nature of the disease, and
apply the remedy. Thus it is that
sonic of the most complicated trou
bles can be cured so ;uiekly as to
seem miraculous. The newest :in;l
best appliance and the best scientific
medical knowledge, together with a
long and eminently successful c.pe-
J. ALVIN HORNE, M. D.
And Associate Physicians.
Rooms 49, 50, 51, 53, 54 and 5 Mile hell & Lynde Building. Rock Island.
Hours: 0 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to S p. in. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
ROCK UD SAVINGS BANK
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated under tlie Three-and-a-liali Tor Cent
State Law. & Paid on Interest.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. Ruford, President. v
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
' Began the business July 2, 1890,
and occupying1 S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde new building.
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. Ry modern meth
ods and careful and skilled help
their Laundry work is the best thai
is turned out in this vicinity. Their
service is prompt and patrons are
treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAV LAUNDRY
Baursfeld & Sexton. 1314 Third avenue. Telephone 1203.
Is the name sometimes given to what
is generally known as the BAD DIS
EASE. It is not confined to dens of
vice or the lower classes. The purest
ana oest people are sometimes
infected with this awful malady
through handling the clothing, '
the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system.
" Unless you get this poison out of j-our blood it will
ruin j-ou, and bring disgrace and disease upon
your children, for it can be transmitted from parent
to child. S. S. S. contains no mercurv or notash.
W .... '
rienee with chronic nervous diseases,
is the secret of Dr. Home's success
as a specialist.
Debilitv, Weak and Nervous Men
The New Treatment is an absolute
specific for nervousness, mental
weakness, loss of energy, insomnia,
nervous debility, lowered vitality and
blood diseases. No matter how hope-
less your case may seem, as long as
you are able to walk, this treatment,
so agreeable, will restore you to vig
Varicocele and stubborn complica
tions cured by a few t real men ts wit h
out operation, delay or inconven
ience. No matter how wea"k or de
bilitated yoii are you can positively
be relieed ami cured.. There is a
marked improvement from the lirst
treatment, and the results are per
manent. Weak Lungs Cured.
Consumptives and weak lunged in
valids for many years were without
hope of recovery. .iw science, will;
its vpiercing eye, has discovered ; a
reimdy as logical, as scientific and
as common sense as it is certain.
Kuch treatment diminishes the
number of irritating germs, and the
results are truly marvelous.
Consultation free and confidential.
We Have Just
fitted up a line reception
room in connection with
our ollice, where any lady
can call and make a pur
chase of liquors for table or
The Pvirest Wines,
Whiskies and Brandies
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE
Corner Seventeenth street and Third
II. S. Cable, P. Greenawal,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
IL P. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Ruford,
Solicitors JacVr.on end Hurst.