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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, L8U4.
PROFEStlONAL CARDS. i a. o. oontBixr. b. a. wmuT. ConsaUy 6s Connelly, Attorney mi Law. OOc second Boor, over Milch. 11 Lyade . task, aaoneytoloaa. Jackson & Rnrst Attorneys at Law. ' OnWa la Book la'.aad National Bank baudtng. . a. tum. 3wemoy & Walker, Attorneys and Connoellnrs at Law. OOtoa Is Rmpmi Work. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Lmal bnalnae. of all kinds prompt j attended la. auto's AUoraey ot Sock Island coaoty. OS.ce, resteSt Block. McEnlry & McEniry, Attorpeya at Law. Loaa nwocy oa food security: mats collac ttena. BafamuM. Mitchell Lrada, beaker. OOoa, rootoflc Block. rnmciAs. Dr. R. Jay, Veterinary Surjjeon. nfriee at Stsaasra 'a livery stable. Telephone 11 Sr. Asay. Physician and Surgeon. II M, Third A ranee. Telephone, 1110. office Bonnr 1 M 4 p. a and at Bight. . a. aouowacsa, a. o a. a. babtb, a, d Drs. Barth & Hollo wbusta. Physicians and Surgeon. i-t!M Ard St. beatdeat nilbtn. Telephoc J DM Hit St. Bif-b Or, Hollowtmab I Is 10 a. bx. I 10 to a. m, lloiiUiwlp,a, t to 5 and ? to 8 p. at. Dr. Chas. M. Robertson, Fye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. Office, Wlnttaker Block, soothweet corner Third sad Brady stracta, Davenport, Iowa atnetn 11 and IS. Ilium: 0 mil a. m.,1 to 4 . m. Dr. B. G Miller, Specialist. Over an years rxprritnee ban made Im portant tftseoveric which enable Mm In make marrcknia core lo a:ate and chronic dlasafes, RIinUMATISM and NEURALGIA Included C fllce la Beechcr'a bulldiig. ISO Sec ond av. one. OfCca hjurs: 8 a. m. to 6. p-m. ARCHITECTS. Geo. M Kerns, Architect and Superintendent. Offer for patent drawing. Boom t T H C A BandlB Edward L. Ham matt, Architect. OBoe. Boom 41. Mitchell a Lrada Bulldlne. t Geo. P. Standohar. Architect. Plane and anpamitrndene) fnr all class of Rniiiliaw. Room, an and , Mitchell Lynde raiminc. -rase elevator. citv orricKita. W. A- Darling, City Engineer, feiinra Hloes, over Klnaaharri Mora. nr.TiTa. R. M. Pearce, Dentist. tM SS and 21 Is Mitchell 4 Lynda. Building. Take elevator. PARKER'S Laundry, Wash XrtTTthiiiff rrtn a Fin Oik SaBdktrelaUf tot OireuTamt. Lao. CortalBia Bptdalty, No. 1724 Third Ave. A. M. PavRKEB. Telephone No. 1214. MOVED. We are now at 1610 Second Avenue. KOHN&ADLER Wholesale Liquors. A STRANGE CASE. How an Enemy was Foiled. The following pmphic statement will he mad illi InO'iisr lnuirvst: ! ctnnt 1xTtr th'iiiinil.rnfy'nstion11int exiMtnl in my arm, liunfls anil li-us. 1 had to ru! ami bout iIkisc lutrix uriiil tliey wero soro. to ov rronio In a mt'ii'MiD' thv duail frellni; tlinl hud Inkt pn"liin uf tli;ii. In aniliiuin, I liail a Hinniire wi-nkne In my hafk ami around my wnt.T, toi'tl:-r h h nn lnlturilialilo Vouti1 fi'i lin? In It. y oto:nn'li. riilci:in nicl It w- -n-'iliiir 'nrnlyK from Willi li, a-rnrl- Inn to tf'lr univiTsul roni-lnsion, tlirro Is no rvhrf. (inti1 It, fatfim upon k rwr?Mn, t Iwy sny.it romlniir lis iuslilioim pntirn uiml It n'iMln-i a vitnl poititcml t:m KiilTin-r iI1ih. Jm-li my pnHst. I li:il btcn UiK'toriitir a yeiir nml a liuif steadily, but ith no Vir- ti.-ulur lniii fii. lirn I saw an advertlsi'inTyit of lr Mil' lU-stora; i-e Norviim. nna'urvd a ..i i - i . i . w ikiiiiohdii in-kiin usnic marvelous ns ik rnav S4fm. but a few davs had ii.ismI lM.f.irn every hit of that rrcepy feeiins had lft mo. ami mero nna not (teen cvra tuo siipntost Indiration of lis return. I now feel as well n I ever did. and havo pained ten Founds In wi iglit. thouch I had run down roin lTto Vi7. four others havo used Ir. Milis' Kest'tratlve Norineon m v reoomen- dution.nnd It hasneen asatif:u-tnry Inthclr ceas In mine." James Kane, La IJup, O. Ir. Milea' iU-stnralivo Nervine Issoid by all druirirista on a positive tninrantee, or sent dirtsrt by the lir. Mtl( Meilieal Co.. Elkhart, I nil- on receipt of prife. i-l per bnttin, six lioiUes for 5. epnvsinp:iiJ. 11 ib f rue f rota oiuitlu or dangerous uruas. LEGAL Kxccittoris Notice. E.-u.tc of Grace C. L. Meigs. cecctcl. The nnder-iirTiotl haviiic bet?n appointed exen- tor of the aHt will and . tamnt of tiracc C. L. MctCai. lute of the county nf Rock. iMDd, lnto of lilm .-, decrnct'd. hereby plte rotice thnt he will iiK-ar bcfnri: the county court of Hock lniard county, ai ine ohipc r me cutk or Mia court, id the rity of Kock Islsml, at the Decenjiwr Term, on the firm MonJa in lerrmror, next, nt which time all prir.n9 bavin? claim airuii)!t nu eMaie art Notified and req'ieied to attend, for the purpose ui DiviuK ine Fame aujupusn. All iMisoiis lndeo'ed to said atc are m Quo ted to make imutcdUlc pajDient to the nader iiiined. Dated th'f 0'i rtivof OrtoW. A. P.. 14. COHNtiLlUa F. LYN UK, Executo-. F.XKflTMl'j01'lE. K.tate of John V timer, deroaad. The nndcneimed havlnc uc-en apifomted errn trlx of the iaat will ai.a tesjaMit c? John wamcr, late or tue ceuntj of Kock Islacd, :ate ol Illinels. drecast-d. hereby pivte nnticv inn sne win anar ix:rore tne conciy court of Rnrk l.land ronu i. at tlitt o'Jiro of the rlerk of .aid mart, in the city of Tlork Irmtirt at ihe Jan uary teim on the first Monday in .1 tin nary ucii at whieb time al!;ipr.nne haviTierlaiina atraint said estate are notitusl sr.d reqawiud to attend i ir tne purpose or navinp tne .ame sujaated. All penone 1ndebiel to .aid rsiato are re 0 nested to auke imoirdiate payment to the un der, taxed. Dated this ltttn rtsT o' octoeier, A. X. 1M-4. CAROLINE L. WARMEK, Sxocotrtx Mier.fT n hair. By virtue of an execution nnd fen hill So. CV4 usui'd out of the clerk", oltire r.f the cir- cult court of hoc Inland county, au1 .t u of Illi nois. anl to me Mrertcd, wtiervov I am com manded to make the anioant of certain jmUi mrut recently obtained .gainst Hahert B- Tay lor, in favor of hrbecca Tay;or. out of the land., tenements, enrl oni chattel, of the Mid defendant, Robert B Taylor. I have lcvlt d uron the foliowinj: iropcrty. to-wit: Tile .outhcast quarter f of the .ontheast nnarter t1 , of .ec lion nineC.ii, town hip No sixteen (It)), rorth. ranire four i ti west of the four h (4th principal meridian, io the court j of Ruck Itianr) and state aflllinoi.. this --nil day of October. A. I).. l:'.t. Therefore, accordine to .aid command. I .hall expose for sale at public auction all ihe riKht, t'tie r.d Interest of the above named llob.rn B Taylor, in ad to the above decfihd properly, on Naiurdav, the Vith day nf October, lsii at x o'clock p. m., at the torth uoor of the court bimw In the citv of hock l.l and. In the county of Kock Island and .tale of llhnoi., for ca.h In hand, to satUfv .sitl execution ad fee bill. C. I. O ilillON, Sheriff of Rork Isiaul Tountv. Illinois. Dated at Bock Inland thia 2 id day of Octo hec,A. Ii. IBM. Administrator'. Sale of Keal Estate. STATB OP I LLIJJOIS, , Koca IsLAKIlf'OtTKTT, In the C 'unty Corl o; said Coontv. of the Octo ber term. A. I.. 1U. r"eter hesh-mmr, admlris'ritnr with the will an nexed of liie e'tate of Jams, llunlln. deceased, petitioner, vs. Msrv Ann liillier. Jane hchiem mer. Harriet l.nllin. Henrv Hardin. Jonn amnel llaniin. Alliert Tnber.'Rohort Hanson. Frank L. 1 1". inns. haries Guizwelllcr and B'nm.be Maud tiravcis 1efend,nt.. Petition' y raid administrator to sell leal -tate of raid deceaed to par debt, of mid state. Notice la horrby g ven that by virtue, and in pnisuanrc of an order and decree of said conrt made and cnt rn In sa-d cause on the chrbth (si dav of ociober. A 1).. 18W, at the raid term rf aiid rouru I will eel! at puDlic vendue lo the hltroest biu'ler furnish In hind at the north door ol the court honse rn the city of ork Inland, In the .aid coiiHtv. at the hour or , o'clock p. m. on the tenth (UI)iUv of Nuvemlter, A. l . lbi, the fn' owiue desrrltied rcm !.-. to wit: i.ot elcht (Si. In bliwa thinr-fnur ;tl. In the Chlr.u-. or Lower sildttion to the city of Iturk Island, In the roiiutrf f KiM-k linud and state of Imi:oie Dated Ibii cUhth (s day of o.-'ntH-r. A. li., ;FI1KR KCIILEMMER, Administrator, wi'h the will anmxed, of the ea tale of James llaidm. riereised. W. II. (.k.t, tolicitor lor Petitioner. Jolin Volic 6c Co, QBSKilAt, CONTRACTORS AU KOU32 BUILDElUi. Manufacturers of Sash, Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders Pldimr, Flooring, Wain. coating fth ttn et, bet 4th and 5th ava MS TO TAB IK A sample package of Cleopatra Invisible. The finest complexion powder made. Free to all ladies calling at EF.BAHNSEN'S handsome new pharmacy, cor. 4th ave. and 20th st, MANY mY FACES Will Appear in Senate Seats March 4, 1895. THIRTY-THEEE SEATS TO BE FILLED Most of Theaa by Legislatures That Wilt Meet the Coming; Winter 8U of the Number Aires ty Elected said All to Take Their grate In March Next Soane Feature ef the Election. WAsmxGTos, Oct. 26. The elcrtion of United Stated senators to succeed tne sen ators whose terms expire the 4th of next March is attracting much attention in political circles in Washington. Except In the cases where senators hare already been chosen for the term ricpinnlnfr the 4th of March next the lcjrlslatnrcs which are to meet next winter will perform this service. Barrlnp; unnsunl circumstances there will bo thirty-three senators to bo sworn In on the 4th of March, including those who will succeed the thirty whose tonus expire on that date, and ono each from the states which failed to elect when they should have dono so in accordance with law two years ago. Of these six senators have ulready been sworn, vis.: Donelrton Caffery of Louisiana to succeed himself, John H. Gear of Iowa to succeed James F. Wilson. William Lindsay to succeed himself, T. S. Martin of Virginia to Kiiecoed Kppo Hull ton, G. 1. Wetmore of Rhode Island to succeed X. F. Dixon, K. C. Walthall of Mississippi to succeed himself. Case of Senator Walthall. In the case of rVnutor Walthall he had been elected to the term le;inningn ISAi when he resigned from tho senato last session and wits succeeded by A. J. Mc Lnttrtn. He did not state his intentions with reference to t he new term and it is not known here whether lie will resume his seat in 'is or again tender a resigna tion to cover that term. In none of the almve instances has there been a change in politics. Of the remaining twenty-four senators of the regular list whose terms expire in 115. Senators Berry of Arkan sas, Butler of South Carolina, Camden of West Virginia, Coke of Texas. Harris of Tennessee, Martin of Kansas, Mcl'herson of New Jersey, Morgan of Alabama, Biin som of North Canilin.-t, and Wulsh of Georgia (fen) are Democrats. Senators Cnn-y of Wyoming, Chandler of New Hampshire, Cullom of Illinois, Dolph of Oregon, Fryc of Maine, Higgins of Dela ware, Hour of Massachusetts, Mundcrson of Nebraska, McMillan of Michigan, Pet tigrcw of SHiuth Dakota. Power of Mon tana, Shoup of Idaho, Washburn of Min nesota, and Waleott of Culorado (.four teen) are Republicans. IVo Not Want Ite-Elcctlon. The terms of none of the Populist sena tors v. ill expire in 1S';)5. Senators Coko and McPhersoa havo announced that they will not stand ns candidates for re election. Owing to the failure to elect in lssci and to the fact that the terms of Scnn tors Carey und Power expires in 115, Wyoming and Montana will each elect two senators this winter; and owing to a like failure to elect in Washington, that state will elect one, t hough his term and that of the senator from each of the other two stutes who should have been elected in lffcM will cover only four years. The first election in Utah cannot occur until in November of next year so that the elec tion of senators from that soon-to-bc state cannot tuku place before the following; wiutex. TOOK HIS OWN LIFE. TUe Death of Captain SlcClnre Shock. Stillwater Society. Stillwater, Minn., Oct. as. Stillwater society circles were shocked by the report that Charles M. McClure, one of the lead ing residents of tho city and captain of Company K, First regiment, had commit ted suicide by shooting himself at bis home on North Third street. Ho was sitting in a large armchair and requested his mother to leave the room for a few moments, saying he wanted to sleep. She stepjied out in the yard, and when she returned she beheld her only son lying in a imkiI of blood, with a hnllct hole in his temple, death to all ii pi mi ranees having occurred instantly. The only supposition as the cause of the deed is that his mind became unbalanced suddenly. Methodist Bishops in Session. Middle town, Conn., Oct. SC. The semi-annual Conference of bishops of tho M. E. church opened here with twelve of the sixteen bishops present. Bishop Tho burn is in India. Bishop Taylor in Africa and Bishop Ninde in China. Bishop Fos ter is expected here later. Tho forenoon's session, at which Bishop Bowman pre sided, was devoted to the reports of the bishops on tho results of theso various conferences over which they have presided in the post six months. In tho evening the bishops were tendered a reception by Wesleyau college and the local M. E. church. Twenty Years' Search Rewarded. Kassas Citv, Oct. 2C For twenty yeurs E. F. Stapley, a wealthy resident of London, England, has been looking for his brother, James Stapley. Recently ho sent his two stepsons to this country to continue the quest. After a short search Chief of Police Speers located Stapley in this city. He is sick and poor and has for some time mado his home with W. W. Taylor, a contractor. Mr. Stapley will return to England and live with his brother. Arrest of a Stone Thrower. CHICAGO, Oct. 26. Simon Buskin who threw a stone through a window in George M. Pullman's house last summer, repeat ed the performance at tho Twelfth Street station of the Illinois Central -road. He applied to the general ollicers for work and whon his request was refused walked outside and hurled a stone through a window. He was arrested and taken to the Harrison Street police station. I-aMic nt a Church Consecratiuo. St. Petebsbuko. Oct 28. During the consecration or a church In the Tillage of Trokh, near Ostroviunsk in 'the Don pro vince, a lamp was upset, a ory of Are was ruised and a panic followed. During the rush for the doors, two women and three children were trampled to death and twenty-seven people were seriously In jured. Failed for a Ouavrter or a Million. r - Kew Yock, Oct. 20. Stem & Co., man ufacturers of shirts and underwear, have been closed by the sheriff under executions for 446,000. The liabilities of the firm are said to be about CJod.Oua THE CAMPAIGN AT GOTHAM. Pratrrese of the Work for Harmony Hill ard Stevenson Blake Speeches. New Yobk, Oct. Sfi. The campaign ora tors of both parties are now under full swing and the general political situation all over the state is indicative of the fierce fight that will be fought out on election day. The most prominent men Re publican and Democratio alike have been drafted into service and the head quarters of both forces were never soalivo with bustling politicians as in tho past two days. The declination of Congress- man Dunphy of the nomination of tho New York Democracy for the Eighth dis trict has been received, leaving J. J. Walsh, tho Tammany nominee, a clear field. The Eighth district was one of those which a few days ago was thought might possibly lie sacrificed by Tammany ; in the interests of harmony. Some Desertions from Grace. Following this official announcement eomo the resignat ion of a number of mem- , bats of the New York state Democracy organization in the Twenty -fourth assem bly district, the ileserters from Grace's organization at the same time announcing their intention of supporting the entire . Democratic ticket. Senator Faulkner, chairman of the Democratic congressional campaign committee, has returned to Washington. He admitted prior to his departure that his mission hither had not been a perfect success so far as tho Demo cratic congressional situation in the city districts was concerned. In Brooklyn ho said the outlook was bettor. Stevenson Siieaka at Drooklyn. Vice President Stevenson has arrived in this city. He went directly to the Park Avenue hotel. The vice president said that he was ton tired too "speak at Cooper Union last night and that he would rest until tonight, when he would speak in l'oiighkis-psie. Half an hour later he de ciditl that he would speak at Brooklyn with Amos J. Cumuungs. He first thanked those present for the hearty wel come he received and said he brought p.MKl tiuings to. Brooklyn. Everything throughout the country was assuming a brighter prospect and business was on the increase. Ko then went into the tariu" question. Hill Speaks to Organized Labor. A vast crowd assembled at Cooper Vn ion last night to hear Senator Duvid B. t Hill sp.-ak. The gathering assembled un der the auspices of the combined labor or ganizations uf Ihe city. Hill's guliernotorial administration was mode the subject of laooring men's demonstration and resolu tions were adopted indorsing his )ol:ticid run-or in New York state and pledging to him the support tit the gathering at the coming election. Hill's speech was a is view of what ho had done for labor while governor. M'KINLEY AT THREE MEETINGS. lie Speaks to That Many Audiences at Buf falo in One Night. " BlTFALO, Oct. 20. Governor McKin ley found a rather extensive programme prepared for him on his arrival here. Three meetings had been arranged for at Wesp's hall, at Music Hall and at Har monia hall and ut each a large audience -was r.sscmbled, ns large as the hall would contain: in fact none of the balls would accommodate all who endeavored to squeeze in. At the meeting at Music hall he openiHl his address by saying: "We are engaged this year in a movement to keep our busi ness ut home. We have discovered that if we do not keep our business it will not keen us." Tiie expression struck the audience forci bly, and it rcsjMiiHled with a burst of aji plause. All three of thiyisscmbled crowds were attentive, appreciative, and demon strative. This morning the governor started out to make nine scheduled speeches in this state. CHICAGO'S Y. M. C. A. BUILDING. Formal Opening of the Finest Headquart er, in the Country. Chicago, Ozt. a). The fornml opening of the auditorium in tho Young Men's Christian Association's building. 153-15" LaSalle street, last evening, signalizes Chicago's position as the leader in build ings of this kind. Tho total value of this handsome and commodious structure, in cluding the ground, is tl.TOO.otX). Invested similarly at New York the Y. M. C. A. has .moo!, Philadelphia having tho same amount. Of the cost of t he Chicago building M0i,QUU was snhscrilied by citi zens whose names uro not for publication in sums of from S5 to $00,01X1 to the indi vidual. The building contains rooms and quarters for every branch of tho Y. M. C. A. work, not omitting tho cultivation of muscle, as the gymnasium is as perfect as it can lie made. Following is the programme at the formal opening of the building last even ing: Selections by Lyons' orchestra; prayer by t lie Rev. Thomas C. Hall; in troductory sieech by John V. FarwelL Jr., president; address on the work done in the city by L. W. Messer, general secre tary; statement relative to tho building fund by E G. Keith, secretary; address by the licv. Frank W. Gunsaulus, D.D. Following the exorcises there was an in siectiou of tho entire building. Generally descrilietl the building is thirteen stories high, 1S5 feet deep, constructed of brick, steel, tiling, marble, etc., and has every modern and up to date Improvement known to the architectural or building professions. May Have Keen Hunting the Peg Lee- San Bep.xakpiso, Cal., Oct 26. The bones of another prospector have been found out on the desert sands. It is not improbable thut the remains are those of a man Who lost his life while searching for the long lost bonanza, the "Pog Leg Mine." They wore found about ten miles east of Cuuon Spring, and were scattered around over a space of 100 yards square. To a piece of the clothing that was lying aliout was attached a curiously wrought Kuight Templar badge. It is thought the bjnus are those of a man named Strau benniillcr. J Increased Wages at 1'lttsbnrs;. PiTTsjtcuu. Oct. 86. The Carrie Fur nace company has advanced the wages of day lulkircrs from (1.03 to $1.20 per day. It is believed that- other employers of labor who have been paying less than fl.20 for day labor will restore the price to what It was prior to the panic, v Shot His Wlte and laaaghter. Bow LI NO Greex, Ky., Oct. 26. Sam Rock, an Italian laborer at the Whites tone quarry, near thUl ciajf.ahot tus wife and 7-year-old daughter. ! rH'na wfaia dead and the child cannot recover. Rock Is in aiL . a.1 HUNG'S SLY FAIR ONE. Her Wiles will Send Borne SnseeptflUe Jap. to Uari-Kari. TAXGOrrvER, B. C, Oct. 23. Among advices by tho Empress of Japan is news of the arrest at Hiroshima of a female spy who gives her name as Otaia. She has lioen using her wiles with effect among Japanese oflisiuls and had several of them at her Ikv!; and call, with the re sult that she was piling up a magnificent load for wily old Li Hung Chang, ono of whose extensive household, it appears, s'ue was. She is lxiautiful and accom plished in seductive arts, and as she sioke Janani-se fluently was nlmirably fitted for the work to which she was assigned. The ollicers who had lieen paying for her smiles with military secret? will pay tho penalty of their rashm. Getting llcaily for the Caarowiteh. St. PETKitsitrnij, .Oct. 8 . K'-oms are being hastily prepanil at tho Whiter pal ace for the reception of tho czarowitch. The work proceeds night and day. A man ifesto' has already b-.vn printod at the ofliae of The Ofli.'iul Gazette for issue on the 'occasion of the cstr-.rowiteh's marriage to Princess Alix. Two hundred thou sand copies of the manifesto will lie dis tributed on the wedding day. There has Iwn a rciii'we.l of the ticrious re;iort in regard to the condition of t'.te czarina. It is stated tliat she h:is t o lie wheeled into the czar's roou iu au invalid chair, and that she is o:i!y ul.ie to visit tlieeuiporor a few times d.'.i!. 'Let ns Cross Over the River And rest lo the shade or ths tr.es." Tbus ppok ths dying hero, feloni wall 'Jackson, a man of whose conaeptioo of war was so heroic, so chiv a'r e that friends and foe prais? him alike. How many dispirited women feel that they wou'd In dited 1 ke "to er.v-g over the river, and rtMl." Every day hrir.s i; ro?asure of annoyance and pain, if ocly 'Ivy coul 1 be male 1o rt a ze "the inc. imib c comfurt and phi Fir J simrjr h to t fonud in Dr. Pier .es Favorite Prwic-iptioa.they wouM toon fee! that 'their way. were ways ot pleasantness, their pa: lis were path, of peace Mrs S. E. Boaii y, of Red oak. Sup'ienfon souotr. II1., writes: "Oae of my neighbor, wa very s ck during her ch mac of life.' 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Electricity Its Scientific Applica tion. Facial blemishes, as mole, upernu.a hah wine mark, tumors, wuui. etc icbumM a. -u, trulyal. BLOOD AKD SKIH DISEASES. All trouble, an.ine from rrapure hlood, ecro nla. eczema, tatter, tamur. clcera. etc. Can be consulted eoGuoentW t iauxsMis. wise. Send 4 ecu', for question bleak. Andreas " . BKuaasid a ausi, ajraa niotat. unven port, Iowa vigor of am Easily, Quickly, ferswrtly RestotrtL H'fckiiftks, rrmum w c ni inrm wny fTTOn OT 1M r CXCCtMft, UtC rtMUilBOf nuri. Nc.Ds worry. irvrry orvan ana port ton ofthebiMSy. Himpls,tuiu rml iuMhwlia. -" . 5 tat VA.!. -s . JVLTBas. - I ) '. j .x- Jh,rT -- - F .4 1 1 - M a Tf)fri - . A- 1S .isVV r ,v;lsseKt I aiiUIT imi-JaTCUIII. aVwa njHt ?, rVOTaK, rTlanl1fin ntl untnfn wtkid tfMladj fm7 tZZ CECISU CO., B.T. rallaiaai In i II 1 a) anfMa - at, . Castoria is lr. Samnel Pitcher prescription for Inf.mu and Children. It oontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless Milstitn( for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use liy Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend, Castoria. " Oat.-irla la an exoeUent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good eJIectupoalbeir children." Da. Q. C Oaoono, UnreU, Mais. " CsObcTl la Sie best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day la not far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of their children, and use Castoria in stead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by farcing opt um, morphine, soothing srup and other hurtful ageata down their thmmr, thereby shorn to premature gravea." Da, J. F. &ycBixoc, Conway, Ark. Tha CentaM1 Caanpatary, TZ DAVIS co: UEAIINd AND VEkTlLAIlxa EHUIKEEIU. Proprietcror of 1 OEBSM'V " k'nd of Cat Flower eoasUaUy oa fcaad. seee tionaes taae block from Central Park, largest is Iowa. JOHN at. PAKIUOK. PARIS Olwf 2 GOUT Painters and Decorators SHOP. 419 Emntowtl. t?t , E0C2 ISLAl. ILL. J. SPILGBR, Contractor and Builder. Shop, Holly Bom Homo. BtsFidence. 410 t5erenth tie3t t. F. Uosaamaut. ROSENFH2LD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters. Honse Heating; and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island NV Bsuk JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder, OFITCE, KO: J8S1 SIXTH AVEM7E, Sios on Vli,, 8trsL HOCK IfcLAKH. City Bu3 and Express Line. For Bus or Express Une telephons 1141, sa4 yoa will rew tve prompt attentios. TIKBBSIaASS ft fePEttCFH. Props. J09I SOUrou Prorxiwtor. lm Sataid ATsaaaa. OaraH af Stataaurb aosaet, Oppoatta Ratpawlr Tbeats.. The chdceit Wine. Ucuort, Beer tnd Cigars alw.vi on Hind Tni'i- ' i m D Castorix " Castoria Is so well adapted to ciiMreo ttit I recommend it aa superior to any pneenptna known to rue." IT. A. A aenra. L P, 111 So. Oxford St., Erookij-a, S. T. "Our physicians in the children'! depart ment have apoken hicidy uf their cpri ence in tbeir outside practice, n oh Ci .c. and altbongh wn only hare an i.j medical anpplica what is known as rv-i..j products, yet we are free to confess tliat ti4 merits of Castoria has won ns to Igut aa favor upon it." Cim HoerrraL axs Distoimst. Boston, Hus. Auxa C Earrn, iVer. Marray Strwet, Kew Terk City. HAVE YOU SKEX mi THE :- CAPITOL If Not, Why Not? 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