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THE ARGUS, TUTJKSDAY AUGUST 20, 1903
Generally fair and warmer
tonight and Friday.
J. M. SHEKIEli,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 07;
at 2:30 p. m. 78.
f Zazaro. Union cigar.
Lawn swings at Wilcher's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Rcidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company. .
Fresh fish at Hess Bros, tomorrow.
V Fresh fish at Schrooder's tomorrow.
Remember tho date of the flower
social, Aug. 21.
Before ordering your" coal call up
Mueller Lumber company for prices.
For tin and furnace work, see 11. T.
Siemon, 1526 Fourth avenue. Union 2S3.
Glad to have you call any time next
"week at Brown's Business College to
Flower social! Where? First M. E.
church. When? Frithiy, Aug. 21. For
There will be music furnished by
Bleuer's orchestra at the Sacred
Heart social this evening.
The Ladies of the (J. A. 11. will give
a farewell social at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Wilcox. 'Xil Nineteenth
street, tomorrow evening.
These are some of the coals Mueller
Lumber company sells: Springfield,
Pocahontas, Washed Egg, Etherly,
Smithing and hard coal. Try them.
Be sure and attend the farewell so
cial at the home, of Mrs. E. M. Wilcox,
0.5 1 Nineteenth street. Friday. Aug. 21,
given by the Ladies of the (i. A. R.
ice cream and cake will be served.
, Mrs. .John Cavin was removed in the
ambulance this morning from her
home, 14'2 Sixth avenue, to the Mo
line city hospital to be ojierated upon
for the removal of a tumor.
Miss Belle Burtoft. entertained yes
terday afternoon at her home. -12t
Fourth street, in honor of Miss Res-sic
Broomluill, who will leave smii for
her home at .Jonesboro. Intl.
A reproduction of the world's fair
dedication in the shape of moving
pictures will be given at W. 11. Heal
ey's saloon every evening this week.
Also excellent pictures of Hock Island
Naval Reserves and President -Roosevelt.
Subscribe for soine of the stock in
the new series of the Black Hawk
Building A- Loan association. It af
fords a fine opportunity for monthly
savings anil pays a large interest on
the investment. Apply to T. ,F. Medil!.
The Epworth League of the First
M. E. church will give a flower social
in the church parlors Friday evening,
Aug. 21. A good, program will be giv
en and ice cream and cake will be
served. The proceeds, are to be used
for the support of the deaconess..
Fred II. Keator and S. .1. Kcator, dr.,
will tomorrow evening entertain a
party of their young gentlemen
friends at a "Dutch" supper at their
home- on Seventh' avenue. II. S. Duel!,
of New York city, who is visiting here,
will bp the guest of honor.
Local insurance, agents say they
have no official notice of the adoption
of a new schedule by the Illinois state
board of underwriters. The present
schedule is. barely six months old, and
they are inclined to the belief that
the report started by the Chicago pa
pers is without foundation.
(ieorge Small ami Miss Sadie Pass
more, a Muscatine couple, were mar
ried in the city ypsterdny afternoon.
Lev. IJ. 15. Williams performing - the
ceremony at the parsoiuige of the
First Slethodist church. The .witness
es were (ieorge I'assmore, Miss Sarah
Small, and Mrs. Small, mother of the
A lawti social will be given by the
ladies of the Sacred Heart church -on
the church lawn Wednesday and
Thursday evenings of this week. All
friends of the iwirish are invited to
attend. tJood music will be furnished
each evening and all who attend will
have an enjoyable time. Tickets, in
chiding refreshments, 23 cents.
The Tri-City Railway company has
put a big force of men at work on
Twentieth street between Fourth and
Sixth avenues removing pavement
preparatory to laying rails for the
east half of the loop line, which is to
tap the Elm street line at Sixth ave
nue, leaving it again at Twenty-first
street, going out that thoroughfare
under GERMAN UWB,
Is Excellent for
Rheumatism, Backache, etc.
DR. RlCnTER S World-Renowned
Vane gpnujpe without Trade Warfc "Anchor."
If' new TorK,oui7iy -'oj'.
.... w I. 1 . . I . . Oft 4 IOfi7
t have used Dr. RichferS
jTWCHOR" PAIN EXPELLER Z
and have round ir or ex- t 7
cellenr service in RheumavJL-Hr-m
1 1 imMnnxnd Sciatica.-
W y A 9 r natter
25c. and 50c at all druggist or througn
T. id. Blehter A Co., S 1 5 Petri 8 1, Kew York
(6 HIGHEST JSKai AVaRDS.
Urmmmr-nded. bu trrommmt Phi.
. ..... - tt'...7.f rtnrL KrlcwL . v-i
to Ninth avenue, thence west to Twenty-fifth
TAKES BUG FOE HIS PAY:
GEORGE MAGUIRE IN JAIL
George Maguire, arrested on com
plaint of George The id e, proprietor of
the Rock 1 bland Rug company on
Fourth avenue, was . this morning
bound over tj the circuit court by
Police Magistrate Johnson in bonds
of $100 on a larceny charge.
Maguire was employed at the rug
works, but was not satisfied with the
work and quit. lie told the police
magistrate that he had 0 cents com
ing" in pay. and thought it was all
right to take home a rug in lieu of
The rug. Mr. Thode stated, is worth
$2. so that he figured Maguire had
$1.40 the best, of him. Maguire ad
mitted that he did not ask for his
wages when quitting his job.
RAILWAY CLERKS ELECT
OFFICERS AND ADJOURN
Toledo. Aug. '(). The work of the
third annual convention of the Na
tional Association of Kail way Clerks
was completed here yesterday with
the election of the following national
President C. E. Meyers, Toledo.
First Vice President Henry Miller.
St. Paul. Minn.
Second Vice President J." P. Daw
son, Detroit. Mich.
General Secretary .1. Weston, Ak
Treasurer D. E. I'mlerwood",
Executive P.oard W. E. Prentis. St.
Paul. Minn.; W. W. Wagner. Akron.
Ohio; C. E. Kimball. Kankakee, III.;
Patrick Crowe, Cleveland, Ohio.
The next convention will be at. St.
Paul during the second week of Aug
ust, HMH. Toledo will continue to be
the national headquarters. The gen
eral secretary is placed on a salary
and is to be editor of the official jour
nal. OLD PIANO CONCERN HAS
GONE TO THE WALL
I'.oston, Aug. 20. The Mason &
Hamlin company, one of the oldest
piano and organ houses in the coun
try. made un assignment yesterday,
with liabilities estimated at $1,000,000.
of which from $::oo,ooo to $:i.io.ooo is
unsecured. -The assets consist most
ly of stock and merchandise, and. no
estimate of them can. be made until
an inventory is taken. ,
The company has a large factory in
Cambridge i.nd selling agencies in all
th-e principal cities.
LORD SALISBURY IS
IN A CRITICAL CONDITION
London. -Vug. "0. The condition of
Lord Salisbury this afternoon is re
garded as being critical.
Dang'r Hgt. Change
Line. fS a.m. 24 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul .. 14 4.S
Red Wing 14 4.5 -o.l
Heed's I-inding .. 12 4.3 -.2
La Crosse 12 .'J -0.2
Prairie du Chieii. . IS 7.0 -0.2
Dubuque l." 7.S ....
Le Claire 10 4.'J ....
Davenport lo .- ....
Des Moines Kpd.s.. .. U.f. 0.1
Keokuk LI .:'. 0.2
St. Louis 30 17. S
Kansas City 21 ....
indicates rise, - fall.
Kivcr forecast for 4S hours ending
8 a. m., Saturday, Aug. 22. 1!M:",: A
very slight fall in the Mississippi will
probably occur between Dubuque and
Suit Filed .4 gain t an Ki-OHIclal.
Mount Clemens, Mich.. Aug. 20.
The bill to compel ox-County Treas
urer Lovejoy to account for the mon
ey that came into his possession while
he was In office and to collect from
him what he owes the county has boon
tiled at Inst. The Amerlea.ii- liond'nn
and Trust company Is made n de
fendant. Lovejoy s.ny he has the
money for a settlement as soon as it
is determined how much he owes. The
shortage alleged Is $11,000.
Farley Must Face Ola Tronlilt.
Chicago, Aug. 20. Ed. E. Farley,
the Detroit race horse owner who has
been behind; the tights against the
Washington. Park and Harlem race
tracks, must go back to Michigan
to stand trial there on a charge of
eulistituting race horses, teclinicnlly
known as "ringing." Judge Chetluln
has refused to grant his release 011 a
writ of habeas corpus.
Bryan Del It Bra a Bnlogr.
New Haven, Conn., Aug. 20. The
funeral of Philo S. Bennett, the New
York merchant, who was killed lu the
mountains of Idaho, was held here.
William Jennings Bryan. 'who acted
as one of the honorary pallbearers, de
livered a eulogy at the grave.
Arp" Dangerously III.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 20. Physicians
of Major Charles H. Smith (Hill Arp)
the veteran Journalist, who Is critical
ly 111 at bis homo near Cartersville.Gn..
state that there has been nopreceptihie
change in their patient's condltiou,
whleli Is still quite grave.
Hare' Mascot for tti Kallanca.
New York, Aug. 20. A son was born
to Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, wife of the
managing owner of the Reliance, de
fender of th America's cup.
Arretted for Stealing Stamp.
Eau Claire. Wis.. Aug. 20 Bert
Goff, 25 years old, of Hndleyvllle, ar
rested on charge of stealing stamps
from the. postofflce here.
im new fll
IF IT'S HERE. ITS NEW
IF ITS NEW, ITS HERE
GRAND ARMY MEN FEWER
Continued from Kirst Page.
should- be made by municipal authori
ties and others to prevent its desecra
tion. The school children, upon whose
receptive minds the greatest and
deeJH-st impressions of the sacredness
of the d.iy will be made, should be in
vitetl, yea, urged to take part in these
annual services. While all fraternal
organizations should be invited to
participate, the decoration of graves
of their deceased members, who did
not serve in the defense of the nation,
should be discouraged as being in vio
lation of the meaning of Memorial
day and its services."
The report of Inspector (icncral V.
A. Walsh contained the following fig
ures: Flrnrea an to Font.
".Number of posts, 0.711, a loss of 5;
members in gool stanuinr, :?.", l()i, a
losw of '.i.HV,'; aggregate of post relief
funds, $:;oo,n(,'., an increase of $".".. 1 S.1;
aggregate expenditure by posts for
relief, $1 :..(. a decrease of $t"o..".i::.
The pvst ipiartermasters anil trustees
have on hand $HM.S7S. The value of
the property owned by the posts is
San Francisco, Aug. (.- Ten tliou-
pnnd survivors of the civil war passed
in review, marching to the martial
turns that inspired them to endeavor
forty years ago. Above the nationnl
colors borne by every marcher proudly
floated torn and tattered flags. These
men, with empty sleeves and limping
gait, were eloquent reminders of the
sorrow and glory of war. Unlike the
parade of Tuesday with the quick
inarching line of youth, this procession
was the measured and steady tread of
at'. As the different divisions marched
along waves of sentiment passed over
marchers and rpectators. There were
many still vigorous in line, but they
waited for their weak .comrades, and
the column halted often on its two
Soma Made THelr I at Murch.
"Its my last march." said many a
grizzled veteran as he started out. "It
U now or never, and I am going to
try." One bent old ban, 70 years of
age, with the Wiscon'siti delegation,
could not lie dissuaded. His gait grew
slower from block to block, and he
would have fallen had he not been
held up by two of his companions.
Two civilians stepped from the spec
tators and led him out of the line. In
the long line were men from every
corner of the nation. Veterans who.
perhaps, had emlistMl from Maine r
some other far away state wore the
badges of western commonwealths,
showing the growth of the nation they
fought to keep intact. Of all the states.
California excepted, the one that had
the largest number In line was Illi
nois, but Ohio was a close second.
All the Delegations Uore Euiblami.
Almost every delegation had its em
blem Ohio Its buckeye, Connecticut
a wooden nutmeg, Minnesota a loaf of
bread, and so on indefinitely. There
was something distinctive to each
group. The men from Vermont, the
"Green Mountain State." bore u line
of seven green banners, each contain
ing a letter, the .whole spelling the
name of the state. Noted at the head
of the procession rode a veteran on a
bicycle. Whenever the marchers halt
ed ho circled around, like an expert
ami kept pedaling away with the ease
of a boy until the line moved on a'gahu
A gray-headed bugler sounded thecalls
for the Ohio delegation, and every time
he blew a blast the crowd cheered.
ONE THOUSAND FROM ILLINOIS
Badger Stat Poata Are Next In Line
Children In the Frocealou.
One thousand men inarched under
the banner of Illinois. At the head
marchexl Colonel Thomas G. Lawler,
past commander-in-chief of the Grand
Army. As usual the Badger State
posts fell In after Illinois, and closed
up the first division. There were 300
In the line, led by General Arthur Mac
Arthur In civilian clothes, keeping com
pany with General Amos Cobb, ex
chlel Justice cribeupreme bench jof
They're Ready for you here now. There's a large display in oar Mil
linery window and docens of styles inside the store. Becoming styles
you'll agree som extremely novel In design, others conservative, but
sparkling in their newness. adai
We are receiving dally large shipments of the New Things !rt i 1
Women's Ready-to-Wear Hats
For present and early fall wear. Today we received a large assort
ment of the new styles in Taffetta Silk Hats and Turbans. They are
very stylish and inexpensive.
Our prices are $2.93 $3.98 and
We show over 200 different styles in womens', misses' and childrens'
Felt Hats at all prices Cr QO
From 75c up to JiuO
The New Draping Veils
are the very-latest things in veils. We have them in all shades, made
from good quality Moueeline or
Neatly tuoksd edges one and
three fourth yards long, for .
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS for
es' caps and our prices are right.
West Second Street, Davenport, Iowa
Nebraska, ami General Iyon, chier
justice of Wisconsin. At the very
head was General J. V. Rundell, com
maimler of the department, and his
chief of staff. Captain Henry, of Eau
Claire. All of the Wisconsin officers
were on foot, while the New- York, Il
linois tnd Ohio delegations were sup
plied with horses as well as bands to
accompany their divisions.
l'ennesylvaula headed the second di
vision. Here and there In the lhe ap
peared a buckjtail. Indicating the pres
ence of a survivor of the famous First
Pennsylvania Ititles. the "Buck-tails."
There were live in all of these old
mountaineers. Ono man. with a new
base of life, shouldered his crutch and
went gamely without the wooden, as
slstaiwo he had been accustomed to
for thirty years. Another, foreseeing
long waits in the procession, carried
under his arm a camp stool. When
the parade halted he unfolded his con
trivance and resbnl.
In the New York section, which fol
1owh1 Pennsylvania, two girls trotted
aloiiaf. keeping company with their fa
thers. One wife also accompanied her
husband. Jerry Stuntz. of Pasadena,
a former Kmpire State soldier, waited
in a wheel chair until his former com
rades appeared, when he directed his
attendant to push him into line. On
the staff of John S. Koslvr, commander
of the New Y-ftrk section, was M. W.
Cart wright, chief of police of New
HILL MAKES MOB THEME
Continued from First Page.
tions and perforin their duties unostcn
tatlously, and entertain sincere onvic
tions tf their life's work.
"They neither delight In war. in con
tention, nor in unnecessary strife. They
carry no chip upon their shoulders al
ways looking for trouble. Their ways
are ways of pleasantness and their
paths are ponce, and they believe that
righteousness more than the triumphs
of war exalteth n nation."
POWERS REPORTED IN
ACCORD IN MOVEMENT
I'.russcls. Aug. L'O. The lidepend"
ence Deign says it hears the powers
have arrived at an understanding re
garding the stes to be taken to su--rcss
the revolt- and apply reforms in
Macedonia. According to this uncon
firmed" report Kussia will act ou the
sea, occupying the Dardanelles and
the Mosphorus. Austria will act on the
hind, and Italy will exercise surveil
lance nvt-r Albania. After" peace is
lestnred the powers arc to withdraw
and restore to Turkey her full sover
Strenuous Youth, TIiU Ono.
rtica, N. Y.. Aug. -O. Ilerliert
Moon, a Utioa boy 1."$ years old. shot
and killed I.ucien Drew, aged U0, of
Ithaca, Mich... on a farm near this
city. The boy and man had been quar
reling, and the latter had severely
chocked' young Moon. Tin boy broke
away and got a calibre ritle wit a
which he shot Drew.
Secretary Shaw the Orator.
St owe. Vt.. Aug. 'JO. A JoO.OOO pub
lic building presented to this town by
II. C. Akeley, a millionaire lumber
man of Minneapolis, but a native of
Stowe. was formally presented t
Stowe by its donor. The exercises In
cluded an oration by Hon. Lesle M.
Shaw, secretary of the treasury.
Ilarrisburg. Pa., Aug. 20. (iov. Pen
nypacker yesterday refused to honor
the requisition of Gov. Yates for the
return to P.loomington, III., of Sidney
Smith, a Pittsburg newspajH-r writer
and artist, to answer a charge, of ab
ducting his own. child for the reason
that there is no indictment against
All the news all the time The
IF YOU WANT YOUR UMBRELLA
v Repaired or recovered, stop at 122 Second avenue. I make a specialty of
this kind of work; also reseat chairs and repair all kinds of fEEfture. J i
Baker, telephone 5064, care of Ainent's second Laud store.
Chiffon, as it is more often called.
correct styles In Children's and Miss
You can save 10c to 25c.
no n v
REPORT THAT CHINA IS
ON VERGE OF REVOLUTION
Berlin. Aug. 0. A ne-ws agency dis
patch received from Port Arthur
says: "From different provinces in
China come reports of a rising which
threaten, to involve the whole comi
Chicago, Aug. 0 -Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today's markeu:
Sept- HtJi; M: 7: Pn .
Dec, : HIV MS.
May. 83 v; ; t;t'4.
Sept. 51H; 5m: M.
Dec, SI3: MS: 51 S
May, 52'; f2; 51?..
Sept. 31; 34Ji: Si1 : 31,.
Dec, 8fi: 8&', : Sfi?,.
May, 3; 381; 3TV. 3S"i.
Sept.. 12.60; 12 .77: 12..r,T: 12 77
Oct.. 13 W; 12.Sf: r.'.fiT; I2.K.Y
May, 13.00; 13.07; U.uO; 13 07.
Sept.. 7. SO: 8 00: 7 80: 8X0.
Oct., 7.50; 7.tU; 7 M, 7.00.
Sept., 7.12: 7.55: 7.4 J: 7.55.
Oct.. 7.52 : 7 02: 7.52: 7 62
Rye, Sept. 52i. 1VC. M'-4: flax, N. W 1C0.
S. W. 00!i; Sept. !; Oct. U7: barley iJn.
Receipts touav; Wheat ill. corn nil. oats
!G2; nogs 15.UU ; cattle 8.500. sheep 23,000.
Hop market opened steailv.
Light. 15.2526.00; mtxcii and butch
ers, to.ooas.v:.: good heavy, H. 0045.50; rough
heavy, 4 oiks us.
Cattle ruarset opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Kansas City e.ooii. cattle 7,000;
bops at Omaha 4 000, cattle 6,1100.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hoe market oiened strone.
Light, to 25tu0; mixed and butchers, to. 00
Sib ho: good Heavy, 14 5025 50; rough heavy,
Cattie market steady.
Beeves tJ.5035.7ft, cows and heifers l.FOtJ
4.75, Texas steers t3.50S4.6O, mockers and
feeders t2.4ftTi4.35. westerns t3.;oc i.50.
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed steady.
LtKnt- tr.2ft2i00: mixed and butchers. 5.00
5.85: good heavy, t4 5CJ5.50; rough heavy.
Cattle market closed steady to strong.
Sheep market closed steady.
Estimated receipts Friday: Wheat lhV
corn 205, oats 220, hogs 12,000.
Mew York Stocks.
New York. Aug. 20. The following are ihf
closing quotations on the New York stock
Supar 116. C.as r.i. C. K T.& V. 27i.South
em Pacililc 4v. H. & O. 834. Atchison com
montlS. Atchison rid. 8V. O. M. &. St. 1'.
Mis. Manhattan 1 34, copper 17'. V.
Tel. Co. 834. L. & N. 10m. C & A. 22. Kdi'.
common ftft.Can. l'acllic 124S. Leather coi.
mon 84. B. 11 T. 45 t,. liciiic Mail 21, l".
S. Steel ptd. 71'i. V. S. Steel common 221.,
1'enna. 125, Mo. l'acllic 93 v Union IMcit
7n-S. coal; and Iron 42S. Krie common 2V.,
Wabash pfd. 35, M. K. &. T Car foun
dry 32H. C. & U. W. lfl'4. Kep. Steel ptd. 65"4,
Rc"p. Steel common lis. New York Central
Vi.i, Illinois Central 1J3.
LOCAL 9URKKT OONDITIOM8.
Butter Creamery Sic&22c, dairy 15c.
Eggs Fresh I5c.
Live poultry Spring chickens t2 5o4it3 i
per dozen, hens c per pound.
Vegetables Potatoes, new, 40c.
H. J. TO HER.
A. U ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
el iSog Out
our entire line of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Shoes. 20 per eent discount
olt Ladies' Shoes; 10 per cent oif Misses'
and Children's Shoes.
Discount For ColsH Only.
We are not join to put on any extra
help, as every shoe will be carefully fit
ted, as this sale is run to keep our clerks
busy during the dull season and put
our stock into cash, and you reap all the
S DOLLY BROS
Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3.50
When the siimnier days are hot, and tired, perspiring
humanity feels the need of healthful beverages t iieneh
the thirst anl s t the nerves and timaeh riflit. there's
nothinir juite jrriileful and satifyinjr as our delicious
carbonated hv erases. We use the best of everything'. All
our goods are made with pure spring water, cane sugar,
and flavored with our ow 11 . make of extracts, which are
the quality in .--trength and richness.
Orders Delivered to all Parts of the City.
425-431 Eleventh Street.
The Secret of How to Obtain
la found in Dr. Walsh's successful treatment for hroni, nervous and pri
vate diseases of both sexes. Thousands who were afflicted with chronic
diseases and who failed to find relief elsewhere have been permanently
eurtd by Dr. Walsh during the nine years be has been located in Daven
port. That is one of the best reasons if j-ou are suffering from any chron
ic disease and want to get ured, why you should take his treatment.
r " ll
DR. WALSH CURES
Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness,
weakness of men, failing memory,
mental delusions, or any other condi
tion due to nervous exhaustion.
Dyspepsia, Asthma, "Bronchitis. Scrof
ula, Tiles, Syphilis, Mood, Kidney,
Liver and Skin Diseases, quickly and
Ts a frequent cause of nervous and
physical decline. Why treat mouths
with others when we can positively
euro you in xrom one to three treatments?
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN. If you cannot call, write. Hun
dreds cured by mail. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sun
day, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
5 ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent
Z Interest Paid on Deposits.
: Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. Buford, President.
o John Crubauph, Vice President.
X P- Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
nd occuDvine S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lynde'a new building.
X B. WINTER. 4
Wholesale Dealer in PURE
t WAUKESHA AND
Manufacturer of WINTER'S CELEBRAi'ED BITTERS.
1618-1618 Third Avenue, Rock Island, I1L J
307 TWENTIETH ST.
Telephone I'nlun 721
Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Telephone North 'iHl
A LIT V
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
St. Anthony's Hospital.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Is nature's remedy. When stientil
cally applied it soothes, Btrengthert
and invigorates. Twenty years exps
rience has made Dr. Walsh a mastet
of this method of curing chronic dis
eases. Electricity is the most power
ful curative agent known in all dis
eases peculiar to womer, nervous
exhaustion, rheumatism, neuralgia,
paralysis, constipation, nervous dj
pepsia, backache, headache, palpita
tion of the heart, e4.
R. R. Cable, P. Greenawalt.
. John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
11. P. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
COLFAX MINERAL $