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THE AHG-l'S, WEDNESDAY. ' E1TKM1EU 23, 1891.
Fabliahed Daily ud Weekly at 1(24 Second At
enue. Rock leland, 111.
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ticlM will be printed over nctitions signatures -Aiwmynioai
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la Bock laland eoonty.
Wednesday. September 23, 1881.
The population of Montreal is nearfy
250.000, a gain of 45 per cent in 10 years.
Toronto's population is now 181,220,
while 10 years ago it was but 96,106.
C. L Miller, E. M. Boteford and H.
J. Etton, of Rockford, have purchased
tbe Qoincy Herald and taken possession
t tbe plant. Tbe gentlemen are three of
tbe best newspaper men in tbe west and
the people of Quincy will have all tbe
news served in tbe most approved style.
The American tin industry has received
another black eye, this time on tbe Blick
Rills side of its countenance. In a late
issue of Hardware, Dr. E. W. Gaypool,
ft professor of Buchtel college, Ohio, and
one of tbe editors of tbe American Geo
logist, mates tbe following statement of
n examicfctlon of the Black Hills mines;
During recent visit to tbe Black Hills
I made a somewhat hasty examination of
tbe tin deposit?, where occurring, and of
which so many reports have been current
daring the pact few years. I found that
there are numerous tin veins, or rather
granite veins containing cassiterite, lying
around Harney's Peak. Some of them are
very thick and otters tin. Some of them
carry a fair proportion of tin ore. Many
are barren. The proportion is very varia
ble and is never bigb. This is usually tbe
case with tin. Tbe veins are no better
than those in Cornwall, so far as can be
determined by the exposure at and near
tbe surface . One mine has reached a
depth of 350 feet and one or two others
are newly as deep. No ore is as present
dressed in the hills. Indeed, there is
scarcely enough taken from all the mines
together to keep a stamp mill of f ir s
Labor is high and water is not every
where abundant. A large mill was erec
ted some Tears ago, but it worked for
three months only. This was the "Eira "
Another is placed at "Glecdile," but is
also standing. Tbe present attitude in
tbe region is one of suspense, and it is
difficult to say what the next move will
It may be mentioned, adds the Indian
apolis Sentinel, that enough increased
price of tin is being taken from tbe pock
ets of tbe American people to run several
Wprinser for irakrr.
The most important political act that
representative democrats will hve to
perform before tbe national nominating
convention of 1893, will be the selection
of a speaker for the federal house of rep
resentatives iu December next. Tbe
time is fast approaching, and the demo
crats of tbe country both in and out of
congress should be giving to the subject
tbe consideration it deserves. "The
speaker of the house," as the New Tort
"World well says in an editorial on tbe
sutj-jct, "whoever be may be, will be
confronted by nnusual conditions. A
clear majority of tbe bouse consist of
northern democrats a condition of things
which has not existed before since tbe
ciyii war began." This majority repre
sents a change of mind and attitude
throughout the country, an abandonment
of the politics of the past in the face of
tbe questions of tbe present and the fu
ture. In tbe great west and northwest
and in New England, coostituencies al
ways republican on tbe old issues have
become democratic because new issues
have arisen upon which they are in sym
pathy with democratic ideas and pur
poses. In organizing the house, therefore, the
democrats should endeavor to select a
speaker whose election will strengthen
the tendency of hitherto republican con
stituencies to become democratic. Tbe
states of the northwest which so decidedly
cast their seal of disapproval upon the
McEinley robber tariff bill and tbe ex
travagant appropriations of the billion
dollar congress in 1890, pugbt to be car
Tied by tbe democratic party in 1893, and
can be if tbe democratic congress acts
wisely in its organization and legisla
tion. The choice of a speaker ought to be
made with special reference to his fitness
to deal wisely with those problems that
will require tact and judgment. Upon
tbe speaker will in a large degree depend
the effectiveness of tbe Fifty-second con
gress in its work for tbe removal of un
equal and oppressive taxation and tbe
correction of tbe evils inflicted upon the
country by its extravagant predecessor.
In view of the character and import
ance of the issues depending upon tbe
result, it seems clear to the State Regis
ter that true political wisdom and party
policy ougbt to dictate the selection of
Hon. William M. Springer as speaker.
He above all other candi
dates meets tbe desire and expectatiors
of tbe democracy of tbe country. He
represents in part that great northwest
which is now seeking recognition at tbe
hands of tbe party as democratic com
munities. Tbe democracy there need all
"the assistance tbo party can possibly give
to aid them in their recent tendencies.
He is fully qualified by experience and by
an intimate knowledge of parliamentary
law and usages for the duties of the bigb
pmilioD. He possesses thatself-restraint
and those judicial qualities that will make
him a safe and judicious manager. He is
recognized as a leader in his party. He
is true to the great principles upon which
democracy is foundtd, and in line with
bis parly on all the great issues of tbe
day. He is a foe to extravagant legisla
tion, and a friend of the people. He fills
the Jeffersoaian standard In every respect.
He bas been tried by long experience and
bas presided with great ability, strict im
partiality and with recognized efficiency
in every democratic congress since the
war. Certainly none of the other dis
tinguished gentlemen who have been men
tioned for tbe position so iuiiy meet ine
requirements of tbe hour.
TEE PRIZE TAKERS
Who Received thePremiumg at the
Recent Coe Fair.
THE CO MPLETE LIST OF AWABDS.
The Various IamaM and tfce Most
J aereaoful Exh bitora Krona
Secretary Badttorls' Itte
rde. Through tbe courtesy of Secretary
Saddoris, of the Rock Island county Ag
ricultural association. Tbe Argus is
enabled to present the appended com.
plete list of premiums awarded on exhib
its at tie recent Coe fair:
CLASS A CATTLE.
Bnll.om year old. or over Wm A(b(i ,wn 1st
Cow, Sy ? rs old, or over " 1-t
Heifer, 1 year and under 1 lit
Heifer, c ilf, under 1 year " let
Boll, Sy.ars or over W Bernard lt
Bull, call, ncder 1 year " let
Cow. 3 y.arsorover let
Heifer, 2 yea re and a Oder 8 " l-l
" " sd
Helfer.cilf. onderl year " 1st
I VISION 8: NATIVES AND rR"Beli.
Boll,Sye;irs or over Ed Ade'oa lt
Bull, 2 yens and order 3 P. Entniuhl 1st
Bull, calf, under 1 year A. Barber 1st
Cow, 8 rears or o .er " l"t
Heifer, 2 Tears and orders P. Engdahl let
' 1 j ear and nnder 2 .. Doaue Nicholson 1st
" " A Barber 21
Steers, Sy -are oil P Eogdahl 1st
' nucer 1 year " ltt
CLAS- B HOUSES.
n:v sioN 1; dra' t bobe.
Beet staliun, over 4 v. are Mar-hall Bros lat
' " t yrs and nnder 3 J t ivck A Swi let
' " 1 " " S " 1st
' " HGincig id
colt ander 1 year J E Pecfc B. n Ul
......T Fuller Si
" spar. drart faorees ..W Flemu.-: 1-1
" " JO Coe S 1
mare or Celd, 4 vrs or over, J C Pe c Jt S 1-t
" 1 ' and order 2 let
brool mre, showing cite, J C Pics l-t
' - " " ....L Prareall id
T1V HON ; HORE& FOB ALL WrBK
Best etal ioi over 4 years T D Fuller lt
" " " R Hee-eu -d
" lyr and under 4 teo Sinxire let
" colt inder 1 vear, either eux N Iiurbi t let
' T D Fuller id
soan loreee, all work. .J C Pec A ou let
MUD ilson id
rrare lrceld'iu?;, 4 vror over " let
' " 3 vrit under 4 SA Wileon let
P Ei t'dahl Sel
" Svre " 3N Iiurt.in ltt
II tiling 31
brool niare.-howlrg S c'.te.. .S Duruiu let
I)! VISION 3; i OADSTKKH.
Ben stallion. 4 vrs o.- over o D; an 1-t
' P K1ih.h 21
" :; yrs and nndr 4..J JtcKiibvrts 1-t
" " ' ....fteo Newton 2 1
" " i: " 3 c LaRue 1-t
" " " "S.. EE W arren 2.1
- " " : ' "2 ...M H ll on 1st
" under 1 r, either aex S K Warren 1-t
8 A Wlleoi-Jd
dubleu tim In harness S A WiJyon 1st
mare or (.vldirg.4 vre or over, Geo Ie-!ie 1.
...J C CoeiU
" 3 'inidtrt. AWiieoa let
' S " 3 " 1st
" 1 " " 2 J CCoe 1st
" ..GeoLanue id
" brood m-,' es el.owi; 2co'ts. A Wil-ou ;et
' " " ' .EE VI arren sd
DlVlrK.Kl; JACKS AXE HL'LES.
Best jai-k, uoy i.ge George Coat lt
" ' iennv, an aje " i-t
" ' " ' d
maleteaan Hrgta Mct'all let
iLiile, 1 yr and u der S. .Charles GtnuLg let
Beet ram, ovtr vr Jesse Pearea'l 1st
' Charle Geuui.:2d
' lot 4 ewee Jesee Peursaii lei
" Char ee Genuity 2 J
" lot 4ewe limbe Jeeee Pea-ull 1st
" back lamb md-r 1 yr jst
Bet rim, over 1 yr Henry Gei:nrg 1-t
" 4evee. .leeee i ear-all 1st
" Luck lamb, under 1 vr ...Henry GcnuLii Is:
Best boar, ulrl-'rl yr, over b no, ..V Ashuown 1st
" 'i mo lt
" " C Asbdow n i,l
' brocd snv. 1 vror over - let
"" " W Asb'low 21
" " lad'r 1 yr. over Buio jet
" " " " . C A endows 2 J
nder tt tro.... Wm Aeb'loAU 1st
pen of 6l''g-, under n o... H Geniiijg l-t
" " Win ABbdown id
tlieplay of h' f " let
Be-t boa-, 1 yr or over .lesee Pearea!! 1st
" uiidtri mo. " let
brrsid sow 1 yr or ove; k let
ui der li mo 1-t
" eow. with Tm r mre snck'j p''s itt
tLi E HoL'Lf it .
Eeetiuir ciicke Wrs. S Trice let
i ii.bt an .has
Best pair of chi k ne Vr- SPri.elst
" chicle.... " let
PL VIorTH R IKS.
Bet pair if chick ce F Wil itm let
F WllilHIUS let
. Wm Aeli.wn ij
Be? pair of rhlck us Mrs S Pr.ce l't
" " ciiicke let
Beet pair rbickene W J Peareall let
4" pair of chicks 4 let
" " Mrs s Price 21
Beet Poire of clickeue Mrs VPrue let
" " BmiH-be -jiiaid id
" chicks MreSPnoelst
' " Blaucbes-paid il
Beet puira of chickens Mre S Price let
" chicks let
Beet pair of bronze Mre S Price let
uot inc gecsi.
Beet pair of geeie F Williame 1 t
Mrs s Price 2a
lie is, FEKIK.
Beat pair M-i SPrice ler
Wm Ashdowu 2d
DLC-ie. MA. LABI).
Beet pair F Williame let
SOCK. 1 LACK SPANISH.
Beat pair Mrs B Price let
Baetplir Mre S Price 1st
conp of pigeone 4 H Weudt let
' display of ponlirr MrsSPri.e let
Cl-ASSF t A KM PRODUCTS.
I. vl-lo.l 1.
Best winter w'. eat Bnt'h McCa 1st
" .... Kit Peareall id
" rye PKngdalil 1st
' K E Peareall 2d
" white oate KN t licaenger let
' W a Bchall 2d
" Held cirn. white N uuroiu let
H aauorie 2d
yello' IN Kurbin 1-t
- " P Kugualilid
" early corn N Durb.a let
" iankeecorn ' let
14 tweet ' WD Baddoria let
poo corn A Welle let
" " NLurbin2d
" barley V Enpdahl let
" timolbyeeed WHchall8t
corn on etilk K K Peareull let
' " N Durblniii
." Variety groin t feeds.. Jeete Pearajll Jr lat
Beat sngarcane B E Peareall let
Mre 8 Price id
Seweet pompkius N Ilnrbin let
" 8 Yankee pumpkins P Ern-dubJ lat
" ' " N IlurbiB Hd
" 3 large aqnaah BK Fllckenger let
" 8 amall ' N DurbiL lat
' A'ex iiaaeon 2d
" 6 mangel weatzeia J BburllcS 1st
" Irieb potatoes, ear y ' 1st
" A Welle 2d
" late J Shurtlen let
" " Alfred bpaid 2d
display of poutoes t bburUeB 1st
" yam ' 1st
celery " 1st
" Mrs 8 Price Sd
Beet beets t 8hnrtleff!t
J Di len 8d
turnips. Mm 8 Price l.t
" ' Ale Has-nn Vd
pirenipe i Sbott eff 1st
Miss Price 21
tutabaea " let
' " JihnSpadihid
" kohlrabi A ells 1-t
" " M s 8 Price S I
pepp-rs J Shunltfflst
" ra .lib i t 1 on 1st
3 Shurtleff 21
-" ca rote - let
Hoy Peareall 2d
cabbage, early J 1.1'llou let
" Alex Haeeon21
' late.... .. D Mslirkey 1 t
" A'ei Ha-eoo id
" cauliflower J bburilefl let
" Mrs8fr:ce Sd
Larges squash or pumpkia J Snnrtlcff let
....N i.o bin d
K' tomatcet J shun let! let
" field beaos Alex Bas 01 1st
A Wells 2d
' peas J Srhunleff et
" MrsS Price d
" egg plant J ehurt eff 1st
4t watermelons.... ' let
" muskmelo.e RN Flicl er.ger let
J Sbn t ell 2d
" onion sets " 1st
' falsify J 8bi rt'tff le
" MisSPiic-e 2d
hops D Ha'arkep 1-t
J -burtletf 2d
" pars ey Mrs S Price l-t
J Shuttle ft id
" dieplay of vegetables " let
Beet butter in jars Mrs A F rioVlieter let
cbee-e F WflliaLelst
wheat bread, bop rising. ...Mre C Eipper l-t
" " ' ..Jennie shurUeff 2d
" eaU rising... " 1-t
" " Al!cePalmerid
" biscuii.hop ri ing S'rs C Eipper let
" " ' Adds Smith 2d
salt rising A ilie Palmer let
" " ' Jennie hhunli flirt
" Spongecake Allie Palmer 1st
" jelly . 1st
lrnit " Mrs A F Hol'i-ter 1st
' Allie Palmer 21
" mat be " Je-mie Shun lift let
Mrs A K Hollisierit!
" cocoanut " Mre Charles Palmer 1st
" Jennie Shurtleff 2.1
" white let
" Allie Palmer tlet
hickoynut k ;st
" cboco ale " let
angel food " 21
Mrs A F Ilollieter 2d
' cookiee Mrs'Eipper 1-v
" " Allie rainier 2d
" display of pastry let
" ' ' Jennie Shurtlefl 2d
Be t d'ep'ay evergreene Gecrgc Himt 1st
" variety appes Jc.oc-ls-
" LS Peareall 2d
" variety crab appke N Peareall 1st
L l e .r oil il
" (I var eties winter a,iples...C Aehdown 1st
" " . ...L S l-eareall id
six varieties fall a it 1 9 .William Pearell 1st
' " .... WiUiauieii
" collection p are 3tie Allie cl:i1i let
" " pv aches ti S t leckii ger let
" A ilas.-on 2d
I1IV19I0N 2- CAN N II FKt'IT.
ca..ned blac btrrie.- Mtry Phi'lps le.
" raspberries " " let
" " aheniee Mr D Eip er 1-t
" piUIDS - l-t
" " (eactjee Ma-y Philips 1st
'" " airipee let
end. apples .Vre D Eipp r 1-t
preeervee, g-iosebcir Louieasnd h let
olaik'-eriy " l-t
" ra-piierry ' let
" dev,b-rr " let
" " elde'berry " " 1st
curren " let
clerry " let
" peach ' " is-
' " crub pple let
jellies, back berry .Marv J Ph lips let
plum Aiollie Pe rsail let
" peach .. " let
" Mary J Ph'lips ia
' " crab apple jirs Mauie Peareall 1st
" var etv p-eeervee Loniea Mui h 1:1
auJ greatesr variety oi fruit
a i vegetable jiicfctle.-Mary J Pb line 1st
" cat..p Mrs A K Hoiiisier 1st
" " Ma-y J Philipe id
' wine Mrs a F Hollister 1st
" viin gar l-t
....August tipper id
' disp ay dried Iniii Am a I'r.ce let
M re H A K eukraue 2d
nivtsioN 3; uot sa plants
Bes. col. et.rs Allie Pa'mer let
" verbenas Mre D Kipper let
" " Allie Pa'mer id
' " zerias Mrs Charles Eipper l-i
' ' HA Rnserikxai e -d
paneics Allie Pain er let
' peliiriiae ' 1-t
i-hloxirummonui Mre C Eloper 1-t
' ' " Alie Palmer id
" - cu geranium Iea'ic A Holiie vr let
day lnl Anna Pa nierlet
oieanuer - l-t
" lucheia ' let
" Allie Palmer id
" gerarinm... Anna Price 1-t
' - Abie Palmer 2d
wax plant Anna Piice le.
" bejjiiu a id
" h.Lgiiij; li i-ket Allie Pa'merls:
Anna P, ice i 1
" cartne Ailie 1 aimer Is:
.. .. Anna 1 rice 2d
" bo;.ii et cut Hum s Nellie Lipliardi 1st
Grace A heillislt-r 2 1
- " display plants a d flccre Anna Price 1-t
class II r'ISE AltTs.
Beet cel. oil laaitititiBs. A 11 Wei 1 1st
" ilir. mis " i-r
" oil painting by artist. Grac A PoMis. r 1-t
" bead weirk Mrs W.ll a n Parker 1-t
" crayon driwir.g..'. GrtCe- A Ho l.e'er let
c iieeiion sTurled birje ...,J Bieblueier 1st
' " in-tcte N" pi areali 1st
" p-pt-r fluweie Allie Palmer 1st
" " Mre William Pa:kcr id
CLASS 1 QriLTiS AXU RIGS.
div si n 1.
Best 1 atctw'ai it, worsted. .Mrs F McProbene let
Miee M Pear-all id
"cotton . Mrs De.raCox 1st
" Miss M Pearsall i.i
" farcy bedspread .Krr C H W i.l.ame 1-t
ru carpet Mrs A F Hoil etcr let
' " " " ii
' br .id drug Al ic Palmer let
fuusy rug Leta bcUrwderlst
' " Jennie bburile fl id
Be-t sofa pillow FKra Zeiz erlet
May J Philip 2nJ
' w. rsled cliairtidy Mrs Wm Parser let
cotton yarn chair ttdy Flora Ze-izler 1-t
" fancy knitting Mrs Wm Parker 1 et
" kuitsocke Mrs A F Holiieitr let
" mittens " - 1st
' knit lace Mre Wm Pa ker Is:
" Miee M Pear a'l tad
crocheted lace Hre Win Faroe-let
" ' " Mre A F Uo lister 2ud
pin cuehion Vary J Phiiip 1-t
KeneiLgton painting Mary J Philip let
' drawn work Mie s M Peareall let
" pillow shsin cotton Mre m Parkerlet
' " " " sirs C U W illiame 2nd
" silk Mary J Philip 1st
piinti d banner Lana Schrotder let
" painting on velvet Mary J Pti lis let
embroia'rd pbotogratpb holder " r let
" handkerchief caBe Mrs C H Williams let
' wall pocket Mary J Ph.lip let
" table scarf " it
' throw i,t
" fancy head rest ' it
Mary J Phipp 2nd
DIVIS OS C1KLS UNDER 15 TEARS.
Beet bread bop rising... Grace s-bnrtllff let
" Clara Johnston 2a i
biscuit " " " ut
' " " Grace Ebartiiff 2nd
" sample cske Ha tie Palmer let
" w hile cake Grace Shu tiiff le-
Lizzie Colbert 2nd
" gold cake let
" ' " Clara Johreron 2nd
" ginger cake. Hatlie Pa mer let
" jolly cake Lizzie Colbert let
" ...Futile Panier 2nd
' spongecake Lizzie olbert let
" tpxecake.. Lizzie Colbert let
" ....Clara Johnston 2nd
dieplay pastry Hatlie Palmer let
' " Lizzie Colbert Sid
" " " Grace Sburt iff 8d
" crocheted lace Lily Schroeder 1st
" pin eustakm, crazy " " 1st
' patchwork quilt, cotton Ross Eipper 1 t
" ' " - ....Calia Pearsall 2nd
Be tsinsie harness ......J Frizzell 1st
double earriags narneaa "2nd
" saddle and bridle " "1st
" pairaboaa Thomas Temple 1st
" carving W Pearsall Jr 1st
" L Pearsall 2nd
" joiner work M Peareall 1st
CLASS K IMPLEMENTS
Beat dieplay implemenis....Moline Plow Co. 1st
Beat cabinet organ J L Maban lat
Bring in the BOYS and GIRLS and we will fit
em out with good, solid, serviceable
shoes that will
BOSTON SHOE STORE,
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
P. S-BIG NEW LINE OF SCHOOL SHOES.
AH Wendt let
.Lewis Gc'Iltotc 2nd
The special pn rninm by L U Trent f..r the beat
three loaves of breal made from apple bloseum
fl wtr was awarded to Mre W s Price, lor which
toe same givee one b;t r -1 of Hoar.
PiiOGHAlf SECOXO 1-T.
Trottine race.thn e minute class; hors.'s entered
MiudH. ya-en C. Uiclt C, David B, Lola and
Grade O. Maud H. 1st: David B. 2nd; t'ueen
Running race open to al! -Lida D, 1st; Mattie
H ckeon. '.'nd: ora Dell. 3nl.
I hree yi ar-o d trotting race Tony B,lst;Bal)v,
2ud; LawsouG. 3rd.
PROGRAM THTKr TtAT.
Exhib tion of horse showing best five enckinz
cohs Mareha'l Bros. 1st.
Trotting rate i :4.r ciaes Star, 1st ; Maud n, 2nd;
David K, 3rd.
Running race, rare horses o nd in Coe and ad
jon trig towus Kittie, 1st; Laudv B, 2ud; i o !y
f.Srd. - '
raoGR M rirsrn riAy.
Runnii-c ra e open to all Mattie lliion, 1st;
Lidy D. 4ud; Cora Bell, 3rd.
Trotung race o;en toaJ Dandy Boy, lsr ; Star,
2-id ; David B. Ird
Tug of war tiy 20 men e-tptain : H. Mar
shall ul Wm Fa:uer Wm Faruer, 1-t; II llar
There is more catarrb la tbia &ec'.ion of
tbe coun'ry ttan ail other diseases put
together, and UDiil the Kst few jears wa
supposed to be inrurable. For a great
mfny veirs doctors pronounced it a local
disease, and prescribed local remedies, aDd
by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science bas proven catarrh to be a con
stitutional disease, and therefore requires
coneli!utionnl treatment. Hall's Ciiarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toltdn, Ojio, is the only constitu
tional cure on the mtTket. It is uken
inlercil y in dofe Irma 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It arti) directly upon the
blood and muotim surficesof the Eystem.
They effer f lit f. r any case it fai s to
cure, tend fur crcuiurs ard teftimon
F. J Cheset & Co., Toledo, O.
CjTSoU by druatjisis, 73c
It SnnoMbi is Evory Hcqi
J. B. W ilson, 371 Clay street, Sharp?
burtr. Pa , sajB lie will not he without
Dr King's Nr w D-eoovcry for oonfurnp
tion, couh8 and colds, tht il curid Lis
wife who was UirtHiened with pneumonia
after an attack o li fciPpe." v. hen va
rious o'her remedies and sevtral physi
cian's had done her no eiod. Robert
Birber, i Cook'p rt. Pa., cluims Dr.
King's New Discover? hfcs done bim more
no'od than anything he ever used for
lunu trouble. JJotbins: like it . Try it.
Free trial bo'tles at Hr z ifc Btiinseu'e
drug store. Lrte rtoitles, 50 and f 1.
This remedy is lcomu g go well known
and so popular as to Deed bo special men
tion. AJ1 who nave used Eltctric Bitters
sing tbe same eons of praise. A. purer
menicine does not exist and it is fruarant
ed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver
and kidneys will remove pimples, boils.
Bait rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Wil. drive malaria from
tbe system and prevent as well as cure all
malarial fevers For c ire of headache,
constipation aid indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed,
or money refunded Price 50 cents and
II 00 per bo:t e at Hartz & Bahnsen's
BDCKIaKN'8 ABN1CA SALVB.
The best salve in the world for cat,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Ham & Bahnsen.
Catarrh in Colorado.
I used Ely'a Cream Bilm for dry ca
tarrh. It proved a cure. B. F. M.
' Ely's Cream Balm is especially adapted
as a remedy for catarrh which is aggra
vated by alkaline dust and dry winds.
W. A. Hover, druggist, Denver.
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
all sufferers from dry catarrh from per
sonal experience. Michael Herr, phar
Ely's Cream Balm has cured many
cases of catarrh. It is in constant de
mand. George W. Hojt, pharmacist,
Potxoni's Complexion Powder prov
inces soft and beautiful skin; it com
bine every element of beauty and purity
We have a most
at very popular prices.
Offlce and Shop Corner Seventeenth Bt.
ana rjeventn Avenue,
gST All kinr's of carpenter work a specialty.
Hanaf acrorer of all kinds of
Gents Fine Shoes a specialty . Repairing dote neatly aid promptly .
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Roc's Kx.i .11
: Shirt Factory :
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prics as Low as the Lowes:.
Also all kinds
l Second Arcnae, BocU Island.
Over LooiOej's Crockery ftore.
C. O. D.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work dooeon ebort notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
r tbe taljiaor Maiii. Pwiu rt, t umt
f riiMlnlaOCTliMC Ir. Uatine.'
T. - ll-u Hitrmr.
in . I T.VS!? Powder, which ean be glTja
1V.iit.1iii0" knowled! of lie psuoot. It i absolutely
J? 5'""!ihs beta ne-n in tbouunds
foVlTl" '17 lnfa a PTfe cure ba. (ol
or 'L.iZXlfZyZZ1 P-"'
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tawe book of rucvLlmn ftate. To b had oS
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Plans and estimates for si" k tdt c' b- i -
-ALL KINDS OF
Cast lion Woik
done. A specla'.ty of firt'tlrr .k-.tcf
of Sioyci with Csf ::r..-- a: ; cere
A MACHINE CH0?
tui been added where '.l s : .' r.ia.ria
work will be 1,-lk. fr. . - .
NINTH ST. AND 7:it AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Frosts.
MISS KATE BYRNES.
Hats, F: - :'
Flowers 6 t-.
Ostrich Goods, Vv c -.
Lace," VciiStss, ' Ti.J.n.it
Jet and Gilt Oir.an:ei:ts.
1709 8ecocd avenue.
TO THE AFFLICTED
Why par l.ijr t",. "
medical tr-ali"-:it '
tie wneMil 1 be r-r-i'
pfired fnm tbe ptvv rij'ti-r
YOUNG MEN .uo' v'r.
ft Wtni'T, I.-;--
trupu 5ny inl.H rel-DM'r utli'-raiJ"'"
ney and BTii1it troubles, et?.. f
of Treatment a Safe. Certain n1
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rt imos .i-p fur n.aii I
than toroaf b Mt-ii n"
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UTERINE EOTROPHIC 1--
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