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THE TBATELEKS GUIDE.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND A PACIrIC KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thirty
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& W KH'-refC ! 7:87 pm 7:1-7 p-r.
St. Paa: Sipre B:45pm TSiauj
Bfriflowr. Passenger 8:ntpm 10:36 am
ugjFrvli-bM Monmouth)... 8:00 am 1 :60 pm
uteri tot P.serrer 7:55 am S.--K) pm
pt : Paul Express 5;S0 am 8:45 pm
Sierlini; Freight 11:20 am 10:30 am
CUIl AUi'. MILWAUKEE fc ST. PAUL UAIL
way Racine A southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue. K. D. W. Holmea. agent.
TKAINS. Laav. Ahbivi
Mai! and Kxpres 77OoTn, 9:01177,
Piui Rxpn-se 3:F0im 11:4'; a:r.
Ft it Accoiumodution v :4s an. ouco.
BOCK. ISLAND, PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenaw and Twentieth street. F
H. Kockwell. Agert.
TRAINS. LmAva. iaamva.
Fait Mail Express 8:05 am; 7:('5 pm
Express 2:90pm1 1:25 pm
CMe Accommodation 9:10am' 3:00 pm
" 4:00pm 8:05 am
THE AUGTJSrFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892.
MOST DiaSCT TO THS
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. Kor.t Is'an.1
Ar. Ort jn
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i Fast .VI 'i.
. 8:0n am
j 8:45 am
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.111 :1ft am
Booniiut:tnu 1:15 pm
SprfngnV'd 3:4" pm
Ja ksonvilie 4(Htpm
jVratur 9 :S0 pm
Danville 1 3:N! pm
Indianapolis .... 6:-r5 pm
Tern ll.'iute 7:10 pm
EvansMlle : 1 :t!o am
8t. louis ... 7:S0 pm
Cinr nna:i 11:00 pm
3 Ml ) ; m
3: -7 pm
4 : pm
4 :.Vi jm
ft: 40 pm
: fl:ln pm
7 :SS am
Ar. Rck Island.
...!lu:IOam 8:50 pm
...I 1 :95 pm 7:05pm
Accommodation trains leave Kork Is'anrl at
6:00a. m. and 6 -M p. m : arrive ut Peoria 3:50 p.
m. and 1:1ft a m. 1 pave Peojia 6:00 a. ni. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :0u p. m. and 1 :S5
All trains rnn dally exrept Sunday.
All passe ger trains arrive and depart Union
Fr'-e Chair car on Fast Express hetween Rock
Is'nnd and I'eona, both directions.
Through tickets to all points; baggage checked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island.
10. Si am
" Rock Island.
H. B. 8UDI.OW.
A ccom .
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nC3UINTEDVITH THE GEOQRAPHt 0FTH18 COUNTRY will GBTAia
MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A 6TUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE
Cliicaf o, Beet Islani & Pacific Ej.,
The Direct Route to and from Chicvj, Juliet, Ottawa
Peoria. La Salle. Molinc. Rock lloiid. In ILLINOIS;
lavenport. Muscatine, Ottu.nw. 5kaloo, IH
Slutnes. Wlnterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
r.lufTs, In IOWA ; Minneapolis and Pt. Paul. In MIN
KKSOIA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA,
tamerrn, Ht, Joseph and Kansas City, in MISS' VI!I;
On.al.a, Lincoln, Fairburjr and Kelson, in NEBRASKA
Atchison, Leavenworth. Horton. Topeka, llutchinson
W ichita. Helleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caliliven. in
KAS.-iA: Klngusher, El P.eno ar.d Minco, in I'IIAi:
Tr.rr.iTop.Y; Dpnver. Colorado Springs and I'url.lo.
in i .'.)!. ' UAI:. Traverses new areas cf rich fariniLg
and (jra.-.mK lands, affording the best facilities of inter
coi::nitii!ic:i:i -r. to nil towns and cities east and weat
northwest and nouthwest of Chicago and to Pacific tc.1
transoieaiiic acaj ora
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
between CniCA(i.' and DEa MOIKE9. COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO snd
DUXVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPIT
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, pow forming the new and
TRAITS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which superbly-equipped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Cgdes and Ban Francisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from iianltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic nsortsand cities and mining districts in Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St. Joseph and Kansas City to and from all im
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska.
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
connections for all points north and northwest between
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Offioe In the United StatSf
or Canada, or address i '
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Gte-natanagn. Gsnl Tkt. A Pass. AgU
Strnniy nri .
Among the thousands of testimonial..
U ZTJl Mi,C8' Ne" H." Curt
?n ZJ Bldt' Bhould-rs. bothering
Vl N J ,s anoher witnrss, who for
twenty years suffered with heart disease.
-..hr?n0".nd incur"bI hT physicians,
rteath stared him in the face, could not
lie down for fear of smoiherine to death
mnirdiHtely Rf:er nsioc the New Cure
lie felt better and could lie down and
rrPxT C,'eht- aod is u a man.
I he New Cure is sold, also free book, by
Uartz & Bahnsf n.
A Great Benefactor
"Educators nre certainly the greatest
benefactors of the race, and after reading
Dr. Franalin Miles popular works can
not help declaring him to be among the
most entertaining and educating authors.
New York Daily. He is rot a stranger
to our readers, as his advertisements ap
pear in our columns in every issue calling
attention to the fact that his elegant
woik on Nervous and Heart Diseases is
distributed free by our enterprising drug
cists. Hanz & Bahnsen. Trial bottles of
Dr. Miles Nervine are given away; also
book of testimonials shewing that it is
unequaled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor memory, d zziness, sleepless
ntss, neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy.
Miles' Nerve ana Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousneps, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
dnallest. miMes'. surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bhn-sea'a.
Worth Hundreds or Jjoilars.
My wife t:ed only two bottle of
Mother's Friend" b for? her third con
fiucment. ys s-he would rot be with
out it for hundred of dollnrs. Hud not
half f.s much trouble hs Ik fr.r. Dock
Milf.8, L incoln P. T'.sh, La. Sold by
Hnrtz & Bthnsen
Woman his bef-n compelled to suffer,
not only her Ills, but those ari.-in;
from a want of knowledge on the pnrt of
those with whom sh:; s'.amls connected.
In the mntisions of the rich and hovels of
the poo-, woman hss been nlike the pa
t:ect victim of ills unknown to mn. But
row the hour of her redemption has
come. Br.tdfield's F ma'.e Regulator
cures all diseases pect.liar to her sex.
S.ild by Ilartz & Bibnsen.
When Baby was sick, we pave her Oastoria.
When she was a Child, she critnl for Castoria,
When she lxVAtiie Miss, she clnnp to CiLstoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each dsy. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, tor eouitoit. tor tmpiO'e
ment of the complexion, use culy Poz
zoni's Powder: ther i nothing equ il t..
Children Cry for
Coughing lead to consumption.
Kemp's Balaam will feiup Uie c uitii ai
is and will ever be the
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Toints, Neuralgia, Sprains, Sec
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tr FREE OF CHARCE-W
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Dr. Rentson'e Reliable Remedy. Famous every
where among the ladto- ss sa'e. vrompt ans
electoal The original r(w' salvation. Price
$1 sent dlfl ct. sealed; information free. Address
Caton Meuical Co , Bost -n, Iu.
OK) I e r Jftt o so ITIV.I Wlrr r
Nov 1 Theodore Enler to Lad wig
Su.temihi, lot 8. block 52. Chicago or
Lower add, Rock Island. 15675.
Hnry Lerobur? to Emma Ever, pnrt
lot 31. Huij'r & Pee' z's add. It -. k Isl
and, $55 J.
A L Corson to Ceore W W ilkor. sub
lot 3 LeOIaire's Reserve, lot 1, J o $34,
18. lw. $1.
2 J C n Rad to H S Frist ie. w 38
feet, loi 8. block 7. Edwards' Second
add. Muliu. 2,500
J C 11 R..ad to A W Wadsworth. f
lot 6 and lot 7. Park Place, outb. Slo
2 John C! Tavlor to Thomas M Moody
nej 14 16 3 12 SCK)
Jnhn M vriins to Frntt Sibke, n 20
acr,-!, i 'J. 6, 16 2w. Si, 700.
8 E-tate t.f Alieu Middbham Letters
c-'-it; tn ry issued to William Cump -uii.
li.ji.d waived by will.
E,-- f Tl-inr: '.V Cil'son, Letters
of datmisiration issued 'o J - L. Haas.
Bond tiled and approved.
Estate of F. W . Kellerstrass. Admin
istratrix final report, fllid and oid.T nisi
approving same by Nov. 7, and that per
sonal notice thereof be. issued on heirs.
Estate of John Sander. Letters of ad -ministration
issued to Daniel J. Uartwell.
Bond fiied and approved .
Coeservatnrship of Charles v right.
Conservator's report filed and ap
Nov. 1 Estate of Ellen Middleham.
Deposition of C L. Walker, one of sub
scribing witnesses to will taken in proof
Licensed to Wed.
Oct. 29. William Ilaynes, Huldah
Mil er, Crdov; Lars O Swanson, Myra
SI. George W. "Richards, Columbia
la . Luella Su kman. Andalusia, III.
Nov. 1. Olivt r Johnson, Agnes John
son, Rock IUud; Frank H, llitchcork.
Lydia S. De Mornnvliie, Dayenpurt; John
tinrstensen. R'ck Inland, Lillie Vo!k.
2 Ftrdinard Z chert, Wi'helmus
TrottnoT, R.ck Iilaed; Hnry C. Iomeit
PiuSiat Moeilt r, R.ck Ilnd; Rudolph
Peterson, Uedvig Peterson, Cattle; John
A. Eldin. Emma Olson, Moline; Theo
dore Hayes, Dell Pear6C, Dwicht, I'l ;
James A. Hannah, Mary Bowden, South
V!'.;r and f haraetu;
Suppose li r a liiiniient that a protect ive
color, liki- t l.:it which obtains in the fields,
woods, and hi i'i-iTows. ruled in the world
of men, what nil atntt.int; change would
ensue in t in- mt w art! appearance of alTairs'
If h roue co:i'..l imt ;:t will assume the
pj'rfect pil'se )f ii! honest man, and the
gilded v.wsps i.f sn iety appear as mason
or lionej lie s, it were saints and sinners
alike euinpelled to wear I heir uwu unmis
takable livery, what a. chanetl world
would this of ours be! If men, like
canaries or f.-.i i r;ii!lars, could but change
their complexion by change of diet, mode
of life or pursuit, then we miht indeed
imagine nn alderman, after years of cali
pash and calipee, assume the hue and
shape of a turtle. Scrooge, the miser,
after a life of secret hoarding, would turn
as yellow as his guineas: Mr. Carcass, the
butcher, would become as rubicund us the
beef on his stall, instead of appearing as a
trim, dapper paleface in a frock coat; and
Ferret, the poisoner, as black us the black
arts on which he m rivet.
But outside the limits of a nightmare
dream no such world is possible. Ve have
to be content with the medley of far more
sober realities, win re, though "white spi
ders" mostly come to grief, the confidence
trick still flourishes and "men are mostly
fools." Nineteenth Centtirv.
Where News,:a:erM Are Valuable.
"No one realizes the importance of a
newspaper iK'tter tl an the manager of a
recognized theatrical attrac tion," said Will
A. McConnell. "I managed the Brooklyn
theater for five years, and among the at
tractions played in that house was Mrs.
Langtry in her heyday. She wasannoUDced
for a week's engagement, and on all the
printing it was stated in positive terms
that she did not give a Wednesday matinee
and that the only matinee would be Satur
day. This was also announced in the ad
vertisemei.ts and on the dead walls.
"But on the Tuesday morning preceding
a Brooklyn daily in a three line paragraph
said that Mrs. Langrry would play 'As
Yon Like It' at the Wednesday matinee.
Tl:.t settled it. Over 2.00ii people besieged
the box office and insisted that we give a
Wednesday matinee: that we had adver
tised it, and that they had seen it in the
patier, and I had hard work appeasing
t hem." St. Louis Republic.
A Tig Race.
Some years ago. in celebration of the ju
bilee of the International club, at Baden
Baden, a pig race was held on the IfSz
heiin race course. The pigs were trained
by being fed once daily for a fortnight at a
certain spot on the race course. On the
day of the event the animals were let loose
by the starter (alias swineherd) a few hun
dred paces from the feeding troughs, and
scampered toward the goal in wild confu
sion, emittirfg loud grunts of satisfaction.
The prizes were arranged according to the
regulations of the turf and each pig wrs
painted its own color red, green, blue
body and yellow head, etc. The sight was
intensely amusing and one not easily for
Not Hurt, but Nearly as Bad Off.
At Cavendish falls, on Black river, Ver
mont, a cliff is known as Lover's Leap.
It's a jioor town that has not one such fea
ture in this country. A man actually went
over this Vermont leap along in the forties.
He did not mean to, and a companion crept
S,o the edge and looked over, expecting to
see him dashed to pieces below. The man
was crawling out of the river. "Halloo!"
shouted his friend. "Are you hurt much?"
"I ain't hurt much," was the answer, "but
l'L be darned if I haven't lost my jack
knife." New York Sun.
It is vesy poor economy to endeavor to
relieve a old by neglecting it, when a bot
tle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure
it at once.
What the Hon. George O. Vest says in
regard to the superiority of the Hirsch
berg's iMamond and uon-changeable spec
"I am using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
best I ever tried; it affords me sreat
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschberg
s an excellent optician, and his glasses
are simply uoequalled in my experience
G. G. Vest.
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Thomas agent for Rock Island.
ANGLERS AT THE SEA WALL.
Hahermen In Harlem Who Come and Go
ma Regulakrly as the Tides.
Hot in summer and cold in winter ia the
stretch of sea wall along the Hudson from
FTjhtietn street to One Hundred and Nine
tic.U, but on even the hottest days in sum
mer and at all seasons save midwinter
this wall is dotted with anglers. A sort of
semirural spirit still holds place in Har
lem, and this spirit takes comfort in an
gling, even though the angler must stand
upon the edge of an artificial stone bank,
with a railway track at his heels. Every
angler from Fiftieth street to Washington
heights has fished somewhere along the
sea wall. There are all sorts of traditions
and superstitions as to the advantages of
various points along the walL A great
rock near the point that One Hundred and
Sixteenth street would reach were it ex
tended is famous for striped bass. Tomcod
are plentiful at the One Hundred and
Thirtieth street wharf. Sand porgies or
shiners are caught all along the sea wall.
Fishermen who may choose their time fish
as the tide runs in. Those who must fish
when they can disregard tradition and su
perstition. The fishermen are of all sorts, from well
dressed young men of leisure to mechanics
in working clothes. The most approved
style is to fish with rod and reel and to
pay out about ISO feet of line, well weighed
with lead sinkers. The bait is sand worms
and white worms, bought of the bait pur
veyors at ten and twenty-five cents per
dozen. Many of the roughtest looking fish
ermen are scientifically correct in the mat
ter of tackle. Much of the sea wall between
Ninetieth street and One Hundred and
Twenty-fifth street is difficult of access,
and the fishermen have the place pretty
much to themselves.
The best anglers prefer weekdays for the
sport because of the crowd on Sundays.
Old fellows who have erected tenuous look
ing wharves out from the sea wall rent
seats upon them to Sunday fishermen. A
few chairs and a great many empty beer
kegs furnish the seats. The fishermen are
thus from ten to fifteen feet above the
water, and it is a nice matter to land a fish.
Anglers agree that fishing along the sea
wall is worse each year. The ever increas
ing trade of the river tends more and more
to drive away the fish, and perhaps the
foreign impurities of the water kill a good
many. It happens just now that moss
bunkers, or alewives, are floating dead by
the score along the front of the sea wall.
Tiiese tish move up aud down the Hudson
in enormous schools, numljering thousands.
They swim near the surface, and as they
move the river is L. '.. ...i their ripple.
Fishermen have a tV'r hat the moss
bunkers are killed by the blasts of quar
ries above the Palisades, but a more plausi
ble belief is that the fish are struck by the
wheels of steam craft. Nobody cares to
catch mossbunkers, save by wholesale for
the making of fish oil or manure.
The favorite fish with the anglers of the
sea wall is the striped bass. They are run
ning small, aud many half pounders are
caught. There are stories, however, of
five pounders and of even larger ones. The
tomcod, according to the Hudson fisher
men, is never caught save with hook and
line, and he does not bite well until after
a hard frost. Those caught are scarcely
more than four inches long. The shiner,
or sand porgie, seldom weighs more than
half a pound, but he is respected by the
anglers, as he bites when the striped bass
are sulky, and is a very good pan fish at all
times. New York Sun.
Be Knew His Buaineas.
The lady made a great outcry, and the
intruder was promptly caught and bound.
It proved to be the gas man, come to meas
ure the meter.
"Why didn't you say who you were when
I screamed?" demanded the mistress of
The man looked sad.
"You yelled 'thieves,' didn't you?" he
asked, with a faraway look in bis eyes.
The lady admitted having so expressed
"Well," declared the man desperately,
"I couldn't take any exception to your re
marks. I knew my business and the na
Everybody felt obliged to concede that
he was logical if Dot discreet. Detroit
Sir. Schmidt's sinew.
Joseph Schmidt, a butcher of Flatbush,
killed a good sized duck the other day.
There is nothing remarkable in this, but
the story that is being told about it is cer
tainly remarkable. It is that from its giz
zard the butcher took at least 500 tacks
and small nails, as well as a number of
small pieces of tiu, the size of a quarter of
a dollar. The duck had walked about and
carried this load cheerfully, and when it
was taken out it was tightly wedged and
compressed into a sound ball. New York
A Valuable Catch.
A remarkable find which Mr. Fisher, of
Fiatliush. tells hIkiiiI was in the stomach
of a 6-pound bluehsh. It is a solid gold
breastpin with three black diamonds set
in it. He says a jeweler offered him five
dollars for it. He refused the offer, and
subsequently learned the pin was worth
fifty dollars. A voting woman named
Jiios Mary McCree wears the pin now, it
is declared. New York Tribune.
Hot Springs Skin Salve.
This salve is a fatty preparation rf
petrolatum combined with evaporated
salts from the Hot Springs, Arkansas, ard
is recommended for any and all fckin
troubles and eruptions. Hot Springs
Skin Salve is particularly recrmmended
for Pimple, Eczema. Sore Nipples, I ch.
Itching Piles, Tetter, B irber's I:ch, Scald
Head. Irritation and Itching of the Scalp
One minute's lime often makes & great
difference a one minute remedy for
Bronchitis, choking up of the throat,
1-sngs, etc., of course i a great blessing.
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
A Semarkable Discovery.
A remarkable discovery is one of the
chronic proclamations of advertisers.
Cubed Cough Cure is not such, it is an
established remedy with known merit,
made on scientific principles by exper
ienced chemists. It bffords instant re
lief, and ia called the one minute remedy,
for it stops coughing at once, does not
cure but gives temporary relief to con
sumptives, and ibsolutefy cures all other
affections of the throat, lungs, etc. For
croup, whooping cough and colds of
children Cubed Cousrh Cure is valuable.
Erause's Headache Capsules unlike
many remedies are perfectly harmless,
ihey contain no injurious substance, and
will slop any kind of a headache, will
prevent headaches caused by overindulg
ence in food or dritk late at night. Price
25c; for sale by druggists.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomitings Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is an excellent medicins for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acq lainted. I hope the 'lay is cot
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing ayrup and other hurtful
ape tits down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Kinchhlok,
" Castoria Is so well adapted to children thas
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, If. Y.
"Our physicians In the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
aud although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regul-ir
produets, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
Umtbd Hospital, and Dispensary,
Aunt C. Surra, Pre.,
The Centaur Company, T7 Murray Street, New York City.
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Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Sands, Wounds, Barns, Xts
XemOTts and Prevents Dandruff.
AUERICII1 FAMILY SOAP,
Bast for General Household Use.
TO THE MFU0TE8 !
VThy ptvy b:c toqunclts when tlic beA
medical tro:.tm'f.t can be had for rcasn
ab! pri s.ji The 1 eru Chemiv.it Co.. ;r
pared tiom tre prescriptions of Dr. Will
lams.ttpti;. ?iria:nr worli-witit rptit'
lUUilO MLii and .Nervouj Ixjbiliv.
Jjoss cf Memory, ffrs-ponOenrr, etc.
Jr-iiu iriy intf i'HT'Ptionsor other muse; alS'j
M'iini C Arm UCU who experienco a wakr.m
tU JLL-AOlU MLH iaaJvajiceof thoiryearr.K.d
xipt nf2 Bladder trouble, etc., will rind our Miiai;
iff Treatment, cv Safe, Certain end Spedy CI K K.
v rill HI I DiC Til I CC t-xprK'ncopnivesniiatln-it
ft. IN AL rMO I ILL CO. tt-mnl medicmp sims. wi
nntcisrvtbe oveatlraents. Or.V. iliiatus
whohasnnv -nooial atU-nim-i t thei
ditteaes for many years, prewnbea Snn
t-.al iuM.liee which act directly u;m tli
diseased orrn,awd re-storv vi.tr bett?i
than Stomach Medicines, a they are not
changed r-ythefaatric j nice and rvguire Jo
cbaxiKe ol diet or interruption in business
HOME TREATMENT aSlSK
coMinc front to Mf.m). cd r,ih in,
Inilii'ir&iiiwMfupdvi.r rln ' - . r
William.' rrivat i.r:u-?tce. tilve i'.icim e t-:.it
SPCPCJp Mr, PI fertile Kldrn'tmni i;u cm ;
ILUirilj ISU.0! recent rase in on.- L ri r J.iy
UTERINE EUTRPPH1C VZS?:;::
Call or write fr i.n::mr-je -vu liitm ti; K---CO'UiUlfT
(Hti'-r.;. A ;.-!-
THE ?'.:)! cur.'i."
"SO atc.Tnc .
rr will hot
tP YOU TAKI
500 Ilsward for aw
(ajurioas sabsianee fenae
WUl Cur any
Montr r fun -led If cot
as mm say. Scat postpaid
a racaipt oj pries,
NORMAN UOHTY. PaSUlY OHBsstsTT.
Das Molnaa. Iowa.
For sale bv all druggistt. Ilaru A Btmsen
A'-.'k.ij'ss Ask your Druggist for i
oottls of Hie i. The onl
y y ncn n'.ijwuj rented v for all 1
ti'tvS tfce unnatural discharges and
i.v?wal private dieaes of men and the
- . I . 1 .. 1 . . t ! f " n (. smL hucg r f -1 1 1 1 . V
to v,-omen. It cures in a few
pU days without the aid or
publicity of a doctor.
ins L niverpol American cure.
lie Evans Gbc meal (
u- s. a.
la.:e ay ail in-'-"i3 liuft ii'U v..
'h- icin. Rs
f . mtions. For
".:t J !or 50 CtsV
A new snd Complete Treatment, consisting of
enppositories. Ointment in Capsnl, also in Box
and riils; A Positive ( nre for External, Blind or
Bleedins Itchine, Chronic Keren: or Hereditary
Piles, Female wkakkcssbs and manv other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Kt medy has never been known
to fail. 1 per box. 6 for Jo: sent bv mall. Why
suffer from this terriable dis ae when a written
guarantee is positivly given with S bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
free sample. Guarantee iasued by our agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like mupc on the - tomach. Liver auu Bow
es; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Kever. Colds,
Nervous Disofders,leeplesness.Los. of Appetite,
restores the complection: perfect digestion fol
lows their use. Positive cure forSicK Ubadacbb
and Coni-t pat ion. Small, mild, . asy to take. Large
Vial, of 5il Pills 25 rents.
UARTZ & BAbNSiN Sole Agents Kock Island
THIS PAPEil e
0 iLJ- i CO'S
Kcwspaper Asvekxieiko BmEAU Kpraoa
t treetl- where advex
t aini nonu-sots may
"Tio desires a pood business position in the VCorMw
atr city should write at onre for ITnsneetns of the
ainnus Metropolitan linslne O'l'.tge. Chiraira.
JniiuaIfai-:iltl sfr.rnta-iniT-rnrl-j:i:cs. Ktabllahe4
years. Occupies i:s v, i A'lrr-Kn,
' " "-. I'rinclDaL
that the rumple treat
TlH f7!! T 1 TT itovalnnla n
i . ' " 1 11 in: sriiii -a;ni p I rrf luanyoue vno WUI
nvottl rjuaoks lr.i:p eniinprh r jrive It a trial. Address,
with slauip, WM. ULTLEU. 'lol l, i.i.Mn- Jlicit
k Inssne Persons Restors4
Dr.KXUTE S GREAT
IV,.; J . " . airerte. Aj f.tt after
. . "... . . ..... " rl at-.r-niivlrii
fOAa. f OTOO DAYS.
m aftm A AT aim ancru t rrc midst s-V
WILL NOT CAURP
STRICTURE, ask for
Bio Q no pain, no sta-n.1
rVll INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH ,
BOTTLC AT AU. DRIMOISTa
Central Chemical Co
s iiHiyi Da I eon A.
T H. THOMAS. Sole Agent,
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