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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, APRIL 11895.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTosms. Coxmellr Jt Connelly, f Attorney! at Lsw. Soar, ever H'MtaO Iorads. Jackwrn. Bant. Attorneys at Law. . Sweeney & Walker, Attorney! and Couaeellors at Law OStoala Bessssav Stock. Charles J. Searie, Attorney at Law. LW bMtecM f all fdndr mantly 4nr ef Mack Island Mr.TTnlry Ac McEnlry, Attorney! at Law. I jaWy OS imm oftty; jLsfeiwsee. BtiteecU L TomoarattkM. arch mem. ' Drack & Kerns. Architect! and Superintendents. Bona t T M O A BnlWls, eorTbi-d nmi M HlDetoenlh eTei t. Edward 8. Hammatt. Architect. SI wsitakrr. Building, - DaTenjoct, la. Oeo. P. Standubar. Architect. aaS eaDenntendenca fnr all etas ef MWtt Roost U and tv atltchell A bvada n aiaiia. nn swvamv. cmomciBS. W. A. Darling, City Engineer. . Mitchell A Lyndc'e building. DEHTIBTS. ft. M. Fearce, Dentist. Boa tt and SI la Mitchell a Lynda's new BatMlac. Take elevator FBniCIAKS. Dr. B.O Miller, Specialist. Over SO year experience. Hakes marvelous tnr la Aaate an. Chronic disease. Km kvwatm a as. Heobalsia Included. OSc 1509 Eecond ar. OBea boaca a. m. to S p. at. s Dr. Chaa. VL Robertson. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. ussea, waittaker Block, soathweet corner Third aad Brady streets. Davenport. Iowa IT and IS. Horn: aoUa.aL.ltofa.es. . a. aotAowaosa, a. a. Dra. Barth & Bollowbnsh, Physicians and Surgeon. CSaeatnsSMai. twtepheaalies rtaa earn Slat n. J liaa aiiiua troTjsa: Bt. BatSk I Dr. HoUovrmeb .,, I 10 Ml la. at. 1 tot and Tie I p. a. to Sand to p. fa, SEED Q o a o TORE. LOUIS HANSSEN IIS aad SIS West Second Street. Davenport, High Class Seeds Of all kinds suitable for the most critical market Gar- encrs and Truckers. CLOVER and GRASS Seeds of all kinds. GARDEN TOOLS. SEED DRILLS, CULTIVATORS. Wc cars a complete Stock of me Celebrated PLANET. JR." TOOLS. Send for Catalogue wholc and retail. B WINTER, 7inc3 and Liquors. 1111 aad 1118 Third Ave. crzciiATi::. it I aaTi.il "i at i ii i I'laTaw? Tall WTHaXS jaooaiasiii a i, Tired, Weak, Nervous Hood's Sarsaparilla Restore Strength and Bodily Vigor. Theesuseof that tired, weak, no-root condition in which so many people find themselves, is the failure of the blood to properly Boorish the nerves and tis anes. Feed the Berres upon pore blood, and they will be steady and strong. Bead this: aiv. t t.i . j. . v o - wua pieas II - js are that I recom I A V Jf mend Hood's Sar- LJ ygf &4 "Perflla as an ex 5 7 eellent nerve tonie jirJJQ.JJ and blood purifier. SSm. C BU Yasjabla I haya taken ft KeUhsbnrf , m. - mora than once and am taking ft now. I was tired, my body ached, and I felt very badly all over. Iwaaafraidl would be sick. I thought I would take Hood's Sanaparflia, and It Hae Cured Me. and I find that it is cheaper than the doe tor's bills. Hood's Pills are the best I have ever taken and I use no other. Iam glad to have an opportunity to recom mend Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mrs. a H. Venable, Keithsbuxg, I1L Hood's Sar8t" R. M www. parilla Be sure to get Hood's. ures Hood's Sanaparnia is .old by all drug rifta. fl : six for So. Prepared only by C. L Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass. I IUUU flllS n-w,. hea.lache- 2oe, DR MILLER The Regular and Reliable Specialist Cores permanently the raeea be undertake', and endatbe Iccarable boa wltlont Uk'ng a fee mm them. Thi la way he eooiimei hia visits year after year, while other rpceUliats have m-tde a few vt.Sta and cease to return. DR. MILLER, of Chicago, Aa eminently neefaiful Sneclaliat in a'l chronic .1 -eaass, annren br tha cure a rffectnl in cnronic ea-a. arnicn im namea tb akill of all eiar pajatciana, win e ai the Rock Island House. Rock Island, 111., Thursday. April 4, 1895. (One day only) and re tarn once OTeryMd.yf. Or r ice Hocks 8 a. m to 7 p. m. Bit bmpUa experiom-r and extenaire practice have made him to proSclci.t i hat be can name and locale a ataeasc in a rear aiumeuta. Trat all carable caae. of Catarrh. Knv Throat and Lnns dtaeawe. Ere acd Ear, atomaea. urer am Bviaiacya. oravei, Knesmatifm. raraly nearigia, nerroaa ana Heart dwtmreis Blood and ekia dt'eaaea, Br sht'a diMaae and loneumptMn In earlj lagra, dtseavea oiibaB ad Oer and Female orana. A neTer f ailtnz remedy tor Bis Heck. Every eaae of Pius. Via ua. at.d Brrrrca Snaraateed cared without dcoudoa Iroaa beat- aeaa. Sexual weakness and Private Dis eases a Specialty. Bmbillij, OoooTThoe, f trtcta-e. Gleet. fSpcrma- torr&.e. MemlnalKeaaneaa. UM alanboad. and the eSTecta of earlT Tice or ozreaa, ntodncira; Kmtfwinn. Deuility, Nerronne.a. D'asnr Defrctive Memory, etc . wbich ruina mind and aoaj, inmtiii Lcaia. WONDERFUL CURES rerfectcd tn old earn which hare aeea seslected or anakiilfaily treated. Mo ezprrim'nu or fail area. We undertake an Incurable caies, but cure umnanoi given up 10 d'e. ConsulUtion FREE and Confidential. Addresr. DR. B. B. V ILLK. m Oakwoo. Boulevard, Chicago, 111. Bcfereace Olobe Bank of Ctlcago. V1TAL1S de a WeB Aaoof im M Baaa. aowerfnUy aad ejniekly. Cures hen an others SalL Yaana! naen will reamlR abeir lA&t Buhnri aadoldmea xiM recover tbrir youthful vicar wj vi l ALIO, itqntcaiy ajw sureiy ra Blorea rfrrmnnaif aa Tmit t'ti.Titi IfniwitMiev. Hsyktly EmhtsKina, I -ami Power. Failinc Heat err. Wasiuur Plana ara aad all eSeeta of mn)t abwaa or excess aad ladiagretioa. Wards oaT fcMutty and coasuatptkm. I most on kartaf VlTA Lit, n etaer. Caa be carried la vest fCjoaet. By aaatt. SUPS per packase. or ats tor eee s aaaattva wtitaaa amaawasaa So eavs r ana wis it. crrenlar trra. saaaias-r as I COaVAJI. Vat asia at Bock Island by Barrr Uso Plar acy aad WUHaat niadisla. Prngmt, asCaa. V raoa ura. let Bar. J 1FV, FREIICH REMEDY miai illas ItmBnalls la IS Ba n it acts BEACON FIRES LIT. Germany Ablaze with Love for Her "Old Chancellor." EISXaHCZ bohitres oh tee euls Bselrala tha Eaaalra aad Cvtdvaea tha Calvaraality a tha Jaailatiaw Fsawls aMtr lata aha Frteartehsraha Xaifhbar. fcaad rad' DrsVchlaa Kataa Da Mat rmaapaa Their Euthaaiaaas So Sack a Spnataasoas Oataat mt Feattrtty tsar Tweaty-riv Yaara. Bebux, April 1. The Bismarck cele bration U in fall swine at this writing and every day seems to add to the en thusiasm displayed by tha German peo ple over the 80th anniversary of the birth of the old chancellor. Telegrams are pouring In from all parts of the empire announcing that Bismarckian fetes have been commenced with great spirit. There was a specially interesting gather ing at the national monument of Ger mania in the Xiedcrwald, whither thou sands traveled from all parts of the Khincland. Among those present were representatives of thirty-six cities in the Rhenish district. Professor Aucken, of Giessen university, delivered an oration at the foot of the monument. In Munich, the Bavarian capital, a musiculo in honor of the occasion was given in the U.Iron. Beats tat Keeord far Spoutuniety. Throughout Germsny joy fires arc burn iDg on the highest mountain peaks and hills from the Baltic to the North sea and the Russian frontier on the east to the frontiers of France, Belgium and the Netherlands on the west. Never before in the history of tho empire has there bucn such a heartfelt and spantaneous ex hibition of love by tho German people. Today all tho schools anil most -jf the civic and state offices ore closed in honor of him to whom the empire owes its ex istence. Uasnbara; la Gala Attlrew At Hamburg all tho public and a ma jority of the private buildings In the city are decorated with flags and bunting in honor of the occasion. Last night there was a general illumination on ascale that had not been attempted before in a quarter ol a century. In the window of every snop mere was uispiuyea eltcer a wreathed portrait or bust of the great "rcichskanslc?." The streets were thronged with strangers, and everywhere can be seen the varied colored caps of the students, with whom there is no greater favorite than Bismarck. Night View or the City. The view of the city lost night from the ntis-en ai iter and Binncn nlster was a Beautiful one. The Tombards bridge, which spans the connection between tliesn two bodies of water, was a chain of glowing lights. The Neuer jungfernstieg, Alstfril.imiu and the witlc streets front ing tho Binncn ulster were ablnn with myriad lights, whilo back of them the city lay like a gigantio fire opal, red, green and other colored lights flushing in every direction. All tho shipping in the hnrborand the smnll boats on the canals of Hamburg were also Illuminated. TIIOI'SIXDS AT rKIL'UBICaSBl'BE. Hoj.ln; to Get a Look at the Man 43er many Honors. !- Bsulin, April 1. Nothing preventing and nothing except a notional calamity van 'n-vent today and tonight (today Is tho actual anniversary of Bismarck's b.rth ho is tO years old) will witness such a popular demonstration as has not been witnessed sinco the return to Berlin of tho conquering armies from France. Kvery preparation has baea made at Fricdrichsruho to accommodate the vast crowds. The decoration of the station has been concluded and the roadway from the station to the Schloss has been transformed by willing hands into a veritable triumphal arcade. A beautiful work of art. the gift of inhabitants of Anh.Ut, who took up a subscription for tho purposa, has been crectej In a field overlooking the princo's home. The work, which Is in bronze, represents a large sts? keeping two dogs at bay. Thousands of visitors have arrived at Fricdrichsruhe, hoping that fiey may get a glimpic of the prince. Quite a fair has been established in tho vicinity of the sta tion, ltotirrmcnt booths have been srectcJ, and here aud there and every where arcitincrantputVt'.vorsof Bismarck post cards, medals, portraits, and memen toes of tvery description. Quite a thriv ing trade is bcinir done. During yester day afternoon the sky became overcast and then followed, off and on, drenching showers, Tho rain, however, was not sufficient to dampen tho enthusiasm of the sightseers and holiday makers, and between tho showers crowds would watch the grounds surrounding the prince's resi dence hoping that perchance they might get a glimpse of him they had come to honor. Bismarck has received his first conarat- nlatory telegram from a crowned herd outside of tfjrwany. It was from King uscar ol rtwetien, ana contained a grace ful expression of his majesty's interest in the occasion, with presents for the aged statesman. Every post brings hundreds of congratulatory letters, not only from peopls in Germany, but from Germans and others throughout the civilized world. Thousands upon thousands of special Bis marck post cards have been sold, and a great number have been mailed to tha Lotted tfCAtea. Those in Germany who have received them have put them care fully away to be preserved as mementoes of the iron chancellor and the great out pouring of the public heart in his honor. One of tho most uniquo phases of con gratulation wilt be the bonfires. Birth day bonfires will be lighted on most of the mountains and high hills of Germany so as to form, as far as possible, a chain of beacon lights covering toe whole country. In the Rhine country the people have ar ranged to l ht all the high points from Dracnenfels to Kudeshelm. Tha German Alpine society will liht beacons, at the most conspicuous points in the Silesian and Harts mountains and in the Palati nate. Tho Kyffhanser, near Nordhausen, will be ablaze with beacons. The author ities of ilrslowits will light this evening a big bonfire at toe Three Emperor Cor ner, a hill at which the Kussian. Aus trian and German borders meet, and to meet them with the people and sing "The Watca In tna JaC Mark." Death 7 Aathaaay C CrriraYwv Anrtt 1 -intho. rt irtn former editor and publisher of the Illinois Staat ZaiCung. died yesterday, aged Ti. fir At h was dnai tn av atmk. nf fiiwwklvw 'ur the last lew years he has been retired trom acurs mm nasi ana political Ufa. KILLED BY ALLEGED ANThTOXINE. Brantdya Clrl Pica la Awfal Agoay After tha Stan la lajeetod. NSW ToBK, April 1. A fluid suppsBed to have been anti-toxine was injected into the left arm of Bertha M. Valentine, 17 years old, of Brooklyn, to cure a slight at tack of diphtheria The girl died in aw ful agony in less than ten minutes. Dr. J. L. Kortright, who injected the fluid, said: "When the anti-toxine was pro pared in Germany soma powerful poison must have become mixed with it by mis take. I sent the girl's father for the preparation and when be banded me the wooden box containing the vial it was so tightly sealed I could scarcely open it. "When I opened the box and reached the vial, which contained between two and a half and three drachms, it was tightly corked and sealed. The fluid was pinkish, of the same color as the other anti-toxine I have used. Almost aa soon as I had injected the fluid into MissVal en tine's arm she became uneasy. Then she complained of a ticklish sensation in her throat and all over her body. She was. then seized with convulsions, and never before in my life have I seen such a norriote aeatn. OUR UNRIVALED WEATHER. Bate Gladdaas tha Hearts mt Xorthweet- cra People Snow ia Colorado. Chicago, April 1. Rain began falling here yesterday morning and kept it up all day and most of the night. The tame sort of weather bas visited the northwest as for as South Dakota, and people are standing in it and enjoying it, so long has it been since there was a rainfall. Farmers tn tho northwest had plowed their lands and sowed their wheat in the dust, and this rain is a godsend. It is re ported at Moux t alls, S. IX ; Dos Moines, la.; Lacon, Ills.; Marshalltown, Ia; faris, Ala., and in southern Minnesota, While this grateful sort of weather pre vails in the region noted Colorado has ex porienced a snow storm of great severity, the fall being eighteen inches In some places and railway tramo embarrassed in every direction. ASSAILANT OF U HUNG CHANG. Sent to Peaal Servitude for Life Details of the Chlno-Jap Armistice. SoimonosEKI, April 1. Koyaina Bo- kunscki, the young Japanese who at tempted to assassinate 14 Hung Chang, has been sentenced to penal servitude for life. The armistice established by the or der of the mikado extends to April 20, but it will terminate if the pour parlers are broken in off the meantime. According to the terms of the armistice the movo' mcnt of troops and tha transportation of contraband of war by sea is forbidden. lus new uisiriDuuon or. troops not in tended to augment the armies in the field is allowed. The armistice does not embrace the island of Formosa, the reason being that when a claim of territory is to be made it is international law that the victorious belligerent must have actual possession of the enemy s territory. Miss Aataa Dtoktaaota'a Damage Case. Scbastox, Pa., April L In the case of Miss Anna Dickinson two insanity ex porta testified that Miss Dickinson was a paranoiac. The defense then rested and Mrs. Jessie Wlnterstein who was an at tendant at the Danville asy lumwhen Anna Dickinson was there, said the pati nt showed no signs of insanity. Mrs. Mc Donald, of Wilkes barre. who twenty-one years ago was Miss Dickinson's travelling maid, swore she never saw ony sign of insanity in the plaintiff. When questioned about the alleged whisky drinking she would says nothing definite. She knew many people were jealous of Miss Dickinson, because of remarks that were published; Whitolaw Beid was one. Asked what women were jealous she said she knew nothing about them; some of the women stock were not much ac count. The telegrams sent by Miss Dick inson to Governor Pattlson, Jay Gould and others were put In evidence. Caanaltles of tha Chlaa-Japaa War. Washington. April X Mr. Matsni, of tne Japanese legation, nas received ad' vices from which he has compiled a state ment of the number killed, wounded and taken prisoners in the several battles of the China-Japan war. In some cases the killed and wounded are not given sep. ratcly. The figures are as follows: Jap anese silled, om; wounded, 1,837; killed and wounded (where figures are not given separately), 859. Chinese killed. cninese prisoners taken, 1,459; killed and wounded (not given separately), 100. There is no record of the Chinese lost In the naval battle at Hal Yang To, nor In one of the land engagements. The number of Chinese wounded is not known. . Bays Her Cara Ia a Miracle. Fust, Mich.. April I Mrs. Charles Dennis, who has been bed-ridden with consumption for a year, announces that she has been cured as by a miracle. For several weeks she bas been unable to lif t her head from her pillow. Thursday night wnue alone, alter spending several hours in prayer, she says she heard a voice com manding her to arise. Without an in stant s hesitation she got up from her bed and walked about her room he is now free from all pain, able to walk all about tho house, and gaining staadlly in strength. Apologises ta WUdo aad Lord Alfred. LoSDOX. Anril 1. Tho nhnno. apologizes to Oscar Wilde and Lord AI- vr n.H.u.buH uuuaum by that paper on March 85, to the effect that after staying a day at a hotel at Monte Carlo tho tironrUne . tK. Mw.nAa. of the other English guests, informed v liae ana ira Aiirea that their rooms had been engaged by others. Both Wilde and Lord Alfred assure the editor of the paper that there was not the slightest luunuwiuu tor roe statement. XegwUaStag far tha later Ocean. Chicago. April L Referring to a Xw York d is natch aaanrting thut tl r-Ki-.. Inter Ocean has been sold to a syndicate vtuiui wui put a. o. viarKson at the head of the paper, William Penn Nixon saysi tt is true that I have had some talk with Mr. Clarksan, but nothing has been determined. If there had been a sale I would know it. As there hasn't been, there is nothing to be said about it." Brsawa aad Paragway Are MOwt," Paws, April L The s-overnment of Paraguay has withdrawn the exequatur of the French consul on the ground that he incited colonists to leave the country without previously repaying the govern ment advances made to these colonists. Tha French government has retaliated bv withdrawing the exequaturs uf all the raraguayaa consols. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAM. The comptroller of the currency has granted authority for the organisation of tne JJouglae National Bank of Chicago. Secretary of the Interior Smith has pone to Atlanta and will be absent from Washington for several days. Assistant Secretary Reynolds is acting secretary of tne interior. The citizens of La Rose, a town In Marshall county. Ilia, have organized to guard the place from burglars, who have been making raids ad lib. lor a week. A convention to organizo the American sporting League nas been called to meet at Cleveland, O., April a The call is signed by the president, of the two na tional trotting associations, twelve driv ing park associations and a number of breeders. At a meeting of Republlcins at Topcka, Kas., Henry C. Caldwell was the choice for president of the United States. Tho badly decomposed body of a wo man was found at Monroe, Mich. On the body was a receipt for rent of a house at Toledo, O., and nothing else that could be used for lContiLcatlon. There was skating Saturday on the ice in the straits at Cheboygan. Kx-Senator Ransom, of North Caro lina, the new minister to Mexico, has started xor nis new post of duty. The Kansas City Times and Journal have reduced their prices to two cents for then daily and five cents bunday. giv ing as a principal reason the introduction of typesetting machinery. Spain will send 3-3,000 troops to Cuba and make it exceedingly warm for insur gents. Amador Guerra, one of the rebel leaders, warns all Cubans in the United States not to believe Spanish official news from the island; says the rebels are more than holding their own and will have 80.' OU0 men in the field by the middle of June. The great annual 'Varsity race on the x names oetween uxtord and Cambridge was won oy tne former by two lenstha Jndim Flibnr mt fhlQ.m .lAjl.MMt the United States School Furniture com pany a trust and contrary to public pol icy. Ex-Treasnicr'Tavlor. nf Knnfli n.Vr.f is reported to be in Chill where Uncle cam can s get mm unless oy courtesy of the Chilian government, because he is not onvemo oy our treaty witn until. The Local Markets, asm. aic. Wheat-Ifte Weill new. 43c. Oats STOSUc. Bay Tunotay, tingkSIl; unlaws. 1 9 3410; wua. cui"- aiuuBit. eaef , naicv. aa. rstm AWD VBeBTABLCS. Potatoes Mtvac. Onions c par Da. Batter Fair to choice, lGc; fresh cream ery SO . Sires Fresh, 10a. Poultry Caicfeens, (c; turkeys, Tc uva Bvoca. attle Butchers ray for corn fed steers ' cows ana oviiers. ; calves llaQSc Hogs-MXc rlheep Sotbsc Spring lamb. S3QS1 a hca I. Fust. Coal - Foft. 10c Wood $3.60 per cord. WOOL. Wool 13c per pound. Wbaa Baby was sick, we gave ber Oastorls, Wben she was a Child, she cried for Castorta. When she become Hiss, she clung tn Cantoris. When sua bad Cbildrm, she cave tham Castorta. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. TO YOUNG WIVES We Offer at Directed. I edy Which, Used I rea Saarty teLaw at aieineraa. Child. MOTHERS' FRIEND"! Bobs confinement of ita Pain. Horror aad i i Bisk, ss many testify. ' "My wife used only two bottles. She I i was easily and quickly relieved; is bow r wing apienuiaiy. s- MORTon-, Harlow, N. C. Sent tiy expreaa or mall, en receipt of price, j prr bottle. Sold by all Oniaatata. Book i all "myrtati free. v Mtf.nc.no mauea tree. I BaADrmo Rr.on.AToB Co.. Atlanta, Go. Joiin Yolk: 3c Co, - .ZWXBAL CONTRACTORS HOUSE BUILDERS Manufacturers of Sasb, Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders Biding, riooriog. Wainseoatlng Sth at not. bat 4th and Ita avs i K O O GO to" I 3 B "g tH P What ic Castoria is Dr. Samnel Pitcher prescription for Infiuita and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic substance. It Is a liarrnloss substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Sooth in r Syrups, and Castor OH. It Is Pleasant. Its ruaranteo is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feTcrlshness. 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 torta is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Cast oris is aa excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told roe of its good effect upon their children." Da. G. C. Osooon, Lowell, Xaaa. " Castoria bt the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers wi U consider the real interest of their children, and use Castoria in stead of thevariousquack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throat:, thereby smiling them to premature GTSves. Da, J. T. Enacsncuic, Conway, Ark. Tha Centatsr TT M IT SHIN" Scvu lainTHF WOPl r " o. nnuunui" -Ml. iyX Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, T F. BURKE, President. ft iiiSf:o'-lsH iff . ii!JbL OOr IK 'ol, III Sjw Hi -uKt,.i -Hrr I'-;-'' I Iswssn. I wytekre5S la-:,ijr;..:t-c.J slofrU-' aw 'rtJiiaJ ir " JOHN JOERS, Vice President Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. Reck lslr.J U:iW:i - tii ?zzlii Co. Hot Water Heating: Beer Pumps 119-121 E. 17th St. Rock bland, 111. Tel. No. 1288 Soto Agents for the 1 SEIVERS & CONTRACTORS AU kinds of carpenter Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street ROBENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fittero, HoTrM HeatinsT and Sanitary Plnmbin;. Basement Bock Island Nat. Bank VTi T, aO. A Wewuwrary. bato.aan ai.i Vttij. For sale by T. H. Thomas. Dmffitist, sole afrent. Bovk Island, 111. im uia. boui of tMim aa. au FIX tKMIfcs ebniuka Uiawa ri aaa aimi m. enai. Onrasa, ajaSttlaat rtfM lawM .Tolara a For sale bj Iiartz & Ullemerer, 301 BawMMaawawL as-irvwvj.xaijj Castoria. " Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend E as superior to any preacrlptkt known to me. H. A. Ascrm, K. D 111 So. Oxford St., Drooklyn, N. T. "Our physicians ia the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice wtthCassoria, and although we only have among onr roedical supplies what is known aa regular products, yet we are free as confess that tha merits of Castoria bas won as to look with favor upon tt. Unnxo HoarrrAt. ssa DiarwasAKT, Atum C. Bam, JVrs., array Street, Haw York Ctty. LATEST NOVELTIES Uf hi n Eoc.. CAST BE IEEE AT E, F. DORN, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 SECOND AVE Harper House Blockr urerj bv MORSE BROS ' . CANTON. MA! -s a CANTON, KASS. Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island. ERNEST WAGNER, Sec. and Treas ANDERSON and BUILDERS General Jobbing done on short notice aad satisfaction guaranteed ROCK ISLAND Tost BwassunabB RESTORE LOST IG0U Wilt brace yen epla fc -k Se-dariU WSinSS 1 ln-sj I 'ItJASAS . CE tsCasa pervoealVpiiitj, lwoi rower raaiin, lovcluaurv Epn.nl tram asy easa. 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