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THE ABQTJ8. TUESDAY OCTOBEK 1, 1895 THE AKGUS. ' PsMiihed Psfly tad Weekly at 1(24 Second Arsnue, Bock Island, HI. Entered at the poet ofllce aa eecond clasa nutter. W. POTTIR PCBUSHZR. TERMS Dally. 10 cent per week. Weekly, 12.00 per annum: Ik advance, $1.50. All communication of a critical or argumenta tive character, political or religion, must hare real name attached for publication. No euch article will be printed over fictitious signatures. Correspondence solicited froa every township in Book Island county. Tiesdat, October 1, 1895. Hon. T. 13. Reed seems to be on the highway to distinction. An en gine company in West Kennebnnk has just been named after him. The council of Parkersbnrg. W. Va.t decided to investigate charges against Chief of Police Heaton and Lieutenant (J ale. It is claimed that they have been protecting gamblers for monthly payments of cash. It was during the system of high protection devised to impoverish the poor and to munificently enrich the wealthy, that millionaires at one ex treme of the population and tramps at the other became strikingly dis tinct classes. The secretary of the Fruit Grow ers' association of southern Illinois estimates that the apple crop will not exceed 71 per cent of the crop of 1890, but states that the acreage of bearing orchards has increased 1 per cent since then. All the reports show the recent hot weather has sunburned a great deal of fruit on the trees, and high winds have caused more windfalls than was ever known before. Few know the origin of the phrase "Free Trade." When Ireland had its own parliament, one of the members, Hussey Burgh, at the opening of the session ot 1777, moved the address to King George III., in which was the following sentence: "It is not by temporary expedients, but by an ex tension oi trade that Ireland can be ameliorated." ' Whereupon Vice Treasurer Henry Flood the cele. hrutcd statesman moved to insert the word free, which electritied the Iioihc, and shouts of "Free Trade! Free Trade!" wero heard on all sides and the amendment unanimously passed. The sixteenth reunion of the Illi nois Association of Union ex-prisoners of war, together with the an nual reunion ot the Jefferson County Soldiers' and Sailors' association, will be held at Mount Vernon, this month. Extensive preparations are being made by committees of the local G. A. It., and the reunion promises to be well attended. Among the speakers will be Chaplain C. C. McCabe, of New York City: Commander of the Illinois G. A. R. Gen. W. II. Powell, of Uellcville; ex (iov. Joseph II. Fifer, ol Blooming ton: United States Pension Agent lien. W. H. Anderson, of Chicago; Hon. W. K. Mason, of Chicago; ex United States Pension Agent Isaac Clements, of Metropolis; Hon. A. J. Hopkins. Col. II. H. McDowell, Col. Horace Clark, Gen. James S. Martin and others. Col. Albert A. Pore, who has done such good work for the national good roads cause, writes: "It would be a good thing if the government would extend the good-road work in the department of agriculture and build the great national highways. Then if the states would follow the example of New Jersey and Massa chusetts and build state roads, leav ing to towns and cities the streets, we would in the course of time, de velop a system of highways not ex celled by any in the world. It has got to come. Perhaps we may not see it, thongh I hope to. Horses have seen their best days. Electric ity and bicycles have partially done away with their use, and before this century'expires practical motor car riages will be in use. Then the de mand will be for still better roads and good roads in all directions, and the poor old horse will be relegated to the country where he belongs." And All la Wall. Tho following is a summary of last week from Business, a commercial publication of influence and author ity:. The signs of returning prosperity continue to multiply. In almost every direction laborers and mechan ics are now employed full time, and in numerous esses wage rates have been restored to ante-panic days. Thero are comparatively few strikes, and in most cases where there is a real question at issue between em ployer -and employe it is quicklv settled in a way to make no breach aud to offer no interruption to busi. ness. Abundant crops seem assured to farmers for the present year throughout the larger part of the 'land, and prices at which they are likely to be marketed promise to afford larger purchasing ability to the agricultural class than it has'had for several years past. The railroad companies, assured of an increased hauling demand in the future, are adding to their equipment and in this way are directly and indirectly providing employment for a larger number of workmen who, until very recently, have been waiting. Many new factory buildings and new equipments of machinery are in pro gress in different manufacturing sec tions, notably in the older centers, all going to show that the quickened pulse of business is being felt in various industries. Meanwhile, the cost of living remains very low lower relatively, perhaps, than this country has ever before known with the result that it is possible to save more money at present out of com paratively low wages and small salaries than conld be saved out of the high wages and generous salaries that ruled a little while ago. A Happy Occasion. Today witnesses a most happy oc casion in the events of Rock Island county, and of all who rejoice in the true significance ot the act per formed in the laying of the corner stone of the new court house, none are more gratified than The Argus. A pioneer champion of the project, an advocate, indeed, when others doubted the necessity or feasibility ot the enterprise the "actual consum mation brings a sense ot joy that can only be realized by those who have striven patiently for the accomplish ment of certain ends and aims in the face ot many obstacles. The court house, like many other nndertakings which The Aruus has championed, such as the fire depart ment, the bridge street railway, the pavement of streets, the beautifica tion of parks, etc., was not a popular proposition when first advanced. It, like many of the other improvements alluded to, was looked upon as more luxurious than essential; a more or namental design than a practical one present accommodations are good enough many maintained. But as the constant dropping of water wears away the stone, so the constant agitation of any subject to which merit may be attached will finally carry convincing force and bring about results. So it has been with the court house, and so with many other good undertakings which the stamp of public approval has shown to be expedient and worthy. Today is, indeed, a most happy occasion. All Things Were II! user Then. Apropos of bundles, a correspondent who remembers tilings writes: "I met the Rev. Mr. Chickering one day when ho wan pastor of the High Street chnrrh, aud lie carried a bugo lobster r.ndtr his arm. Ho shook it :u my face and said laughingly : 'I pness my character will bear mo out. Nobody will think I have robbed a lobster cart, though I am hur rying homo with my spoil. "Nobody can carry a hn?,o lobster homo under his arni'now, for tho reason that nobody can find turn to carry. In Dr. Chickfriiig's time lobsters prow so big that the gigantic shell iu Levi At wood's vin;lov would tara a deeper red with mortification at thocomparisoc aud blush at its inferiority. "In fact, all things were tipper in Dr. Chicki'ring's day. I cfteu canght trout that i:iea-:irt 1 24 ln:-hc? I a:n lettini? myself toll it. Tho prass was greener thea and the sky a deeper t'.uo. Flowers were more frapraut. apples hud ruddier cheeks, beechnuts were plentier. and boys smoked sweet fern. Great men wero easier to find. I remember a group of them iu my native towu. though at this moment tillable to recall their names, wiser than men who live now. Exactly what they said or did I do not remember it was a long time ago but thero is no doubt about their wisdom. Ono of them was a selectman. " Port laud ;Mo.) Argus. Trouble From I'slng Oil la Boilers. The fact that tho use of oil as an anti iucrustator :n steam boilers should be occasionally attended by bagged furnace crowns, if nothing worse, continues to be a source of wonderment to a good many people who oupht to know some thing of tho possibilities cf the oil treat ment. It lias been pretty well demon strated that a very small globule of oil, on becoming attached to the inner side of a boiler sheet, will sometimes collect a mass of dirt particles contained iu the water, the wholo mixture ultimately bilking on aud forming an excellent nonconductor. This being the case, the overheating and bnlging of tho sheet at that partic ular place are quito in the regular or der of things. The only specially note worthy thing about tho matter is that a very thin lilm of oil and a very small admixture of dirt aro sufficient to do a great deal of harm, and that tho scale formed by them may be so inconspicu ous as to readily escape detection; hence the seeming mystery which sometimes is supposed to atteud the coming down of a crown sheet. Cassier's Magazine. Nothing Like Hood's. We have used seven bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla in our family, and have derived much benefit from the same. We have never nsed any medicine equal to Hood's Sarsapa rilla. It gives life and vigor for the day and sweet sleep at night." Cary A. Fisher, Macedonia, 111. Hood's Pills cure biliousness, in digestion. What the People Say. "1 couldn't keep store without Fo ley's Honey and Tar." E. D. Whipple. Lostant, 111. "Ship at once can't sell any other cough medicine." II. W. Ellis, Montrose, Wis. "Foley's Honey and Tar saves me doctor bills every winter." L. A. Towner. Manteno, 111. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. Sever Say Ola. Many desperate cases of kidney diseases pronounced incurable have been cured by the Clinic Kidnev Cure. Many physicians nse it- For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. THEY DEVELOPED YOUNG. Two Famous Facts, Oliver Wendell Holmes Bad William Callea Bryant. Oliver Wendell Holmes received tho degree of doctor of medicine in 1836, being then 27 years old, and in that year he alco publibhed his first volumo of poems. Nothing of Dr. Holmes has been more popular than "The Last Leaf," contained iu this early collec tion, and uo:io has more richly deserved to please by its rhythmic beauty and by its exquisito blending of humor and pathos so sympathetically intertwined that we feel the lonely sadness of the old man even whilo wo are smiling at tho qnaintness so feelingly portrayed. Dr. Holmes was like Bryant, who composed "Thauatopsis" and the "Lines to a Waterfowl" long before he was SO, in that be early attained fnll development as a poet. Although each of them wrote many verses in later life. nothing of theirs excelled these poems of their youth. Iu their maturity they did not lose power, but neither did they deepen nor brnadeu, and "Thauatopsis on the one side and "Tho Last Leaf" on the other arc as strong and charoctcris tic as anything either poet wa3 ever to write throughout a long life. hat Bry ant was, what Uoliueu was, iu this, his first volume of poems, each was to the cud of his career. To neither of them was literature a livelihod. Bryant was first a lawyer and then a journalist. Holmes was first a practicing physician and then a teacher of medicine. Ho won three prizes for dissertations npou medical themes, and these essays wero published together in b'SH. In 183S ho was ap pointed professor of anatomy and phys iology at Dartmouth, and tho nest year he married Miss Amelia Lee Jackson. Shortlv afterward he resigned tho posi: tion at Dartmouth aud resumed practice in Boston. Ho worked hard in his pro fession and contributed freely to its lit erature, aud in IS 17 lie went back to Harvard, having been appointed pro fessor of anatomy and physiology, a position which ho was to bold with great distinction for 33 years. St Nicholas. Domestic Architect ore In Chicago. The inhabitants of Chicago are the least curious aud observing people in tho world. According to their owu news papers, they permitted one H. LL Holmes to construct iu their city a house so ex traordinary, so full of hidden doors and secret passages and acid proof vats that it would have attracted thousands of curious visitors had it been built auy whero else. Bat the guileless Chicago aus suspect nothing. Neither the man who issued tho building permit nor the men who did tho building saw anything unusual about the house. hat is the matter? Is all Chicago blind, or are acid proof vats and secret passages part and parcel, of the ordinary Chicago dwelling? Perhaps there is an interest ing chapter to bo written abont domestic architecture iu Chicago. Milwaukee SentiueL The Discovery Saved His Life. G. Caillouctte, druggist. Beavers- vine, in., says: -'Jo Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all the phy sicians for miles abont, but of no avail, and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store, I sent for a bottle and began its nse, and from tho first dose began to get bet ter, and after using three bottles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a free trial at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store. CURE FOR HEADACHE. As a remedy for all forms of head ache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a perma nent cure, and the most dreaded ha bitual sick headaches yield to its in fluence. We urge all who are af flicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the nse of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only 50 cents at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store. BUCKLER'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cuts, brnises, sores, nlcers, salt rhenm, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer. Rhenmatlam Cared In s Day. "Mystic Cure" for rhematism and neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system is remarka ble and mysterous. It removes at once the cause, and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Is land. riles! Piles t lUlee! Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will c-ire blind bleedlnjr, ulcerated and Itchinj piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays tbe itching at once, acts at a poultice, lire Instant relief. Dr. Wil liams' Indian Pile Ointment It prepared only for piles and itching of the private parte, and aothrrg else. Every box 1 guaranteed. Sold by drnr gletf, seat by mail, for SO cents and SI per box. WtlliMS Mane factoring company. Proprietors. Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by T. H. Thomas. Thee Baby was uok, we )re her CMqria. When she m a Oiill, six ciVl tur Paatnaj, Wkan sfae became Visa, she dung to r si is si. Wfeaa she had ChttJren, sbe gans Uaa t Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. THE SOUL. Body, Dind and soul These are the earthly trinity. " Two parts of it are finite; Tho other part is taSnite. ' The body and tbe mind Stop in the crave. The sunt goes onward, Xot as man phaped it. To fit the human body And the ruortul mind, Bat as God made It, Bo it (tots to him t-'nohaniewl. W. J. Lamptun in New York Sun. THE RETIRED BURGLAR. twk Easily Prosecuted In the Tumult ol a Thunderstorm. "Speaking of cinches," said tbe re tired burglar, "the easiest, softest, smoothest snap I ever struck was in a house iu a small towu in Rhodo I.sland. There was a tlionderstorm coming up as I went alurg toward this house, and just as I got there it began to sprinkle. By tho time I'd pot inside it was com ing down pretty hard, and I was glad to be nnder shelter, for I hadn't brouKht any umbrella with me. I hadn't had auy supper either, and when I got into tho diuiug room I thought I'd get some thiuK to eat. Tho sideboard was locked aud the key carried up stairs, bnt a lit tle jimmy opened tho door as eay as a kuifo wuuldupcb a pie. I set ont a lit tle snack on the table and sat down aud nto it comfortably, with tho rain pour ing down outside. If there's anything I like, it's to hear a storm a -racing outside when you're t-cttled down all suai; and coiufortablo within. "But hire was something I hadn't counted on. The thunder was roaring and plunging like a dozen earthquakes busting down through tho sky; aud it kept the houso in a tremble all "the time. I knew nobody conld sleep iu t hat thun der. They'd be suro to bo all awake, bnt hero I was, aud I hated to loso a night, and alter I'd waited a littlo aud tho storm didn't show any signs of let ting up I thought I'd go ahead an see anyhow. Tho very first room I looked into up fctairs settled tho wholo busi ness. "Over i:i one corner of this room, bo yond a bed. I saw n woman standing in front of an open closet door. Two chil dren hopped ont of tho bed, and the mother pushed them into tho cl-jsct, and then crowded iu herself and pulled tho door shut tight. It was all vcrv simple. Husband away, uo help: two children sleeping in another room, woko up by thunder, come into their mother s room, all scared; mother puts children in closet and gets iu herself, as lots of folks do in thunderstorms. And then I walk over and turn tho key in the lock, and thero you are. No danger of their com ing ont till the storm is over anyway, but just as well to be snro abont it, and then I just cjnictly go through the house. It isn't big, aud it doesn't take long, aud I conio back before the storm is over und unlock the closet door again and tkip, and that's all thero is to it." Now York Sun. Do Xot be Imposed On. Always insist on getting Foley's Honey and Tar, as it is positively, absolutely ahd unqualifiedly the best cough medicine. Accept no substi tute. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drng store. -S sfaI lniia; nneufiATisri UU3AIi5i& tti similar Complaints. a.JMMSAj .sk1 sit a. GPRMAM KFCICI! 1 1VS. UK. KIUHTEK5 "AIlOHflR" PAIM EXPELLER. WlttM WIWIUlU PMWI.t,M..IIIMIMrfnll OnlvccTmine with Trade Mark "Anchor," F. Ad. Rich tw Co.. 215 Prt Vrw Ti. 31 HIGHEST AWARDS. 12 Branca Bowel. OwaClaisworka, S5c and SOc. ror sale by HorstVoi wckritz, C. S eidel. Uarpcr he Pharmacy. Bock Talent. Ill tttt; There's no Shoe for the same money that's its equal. Tannery calf skin, dongola top, all leather trimmed, solid leather soles "with a cement of cork and robber between the outer an Inner better than a oork sole. Ten Styles 4, 6, and 0 wida Ask Your Dealer For It. J. B. LEWIS CO., Boston. Mass. Sola by DOLLY BROS. uosrr HANHOOU Beany, Quickly and Permanently RestomL CfXEIUUTEO Escusa CsitEcr ZNERVJk. It Is sold oa a posiUre frnanmtee to cure any lorra cf nerrous fw traticnr ary disorder of tlio enitl cifins cf iihcr ecx. eatati Bfifrrry. If cipcsmvo c-O ol Attar. t.inn A In, hoi or Orion, cr on ecroanz of too thiol iudijrrriKja it over iDaoipncj- euv. Diiiim-. Convulsions. WricfslTvw. llcailarhn. Mental imrenion. K:tpr:npcf lae Brain. Weak fttetborr. lrine: iViwn I'airs, 6csinai V. ekness, HjrMeri'a. Nocturnal Eiiuns, KjraroKstoiTtKra. Loss ol i'Dwcr and Isiprtcary, which ii neglected, bay lead tor-rematcioild ftroand iuaonil. Fusitircly (nuranieed. Price. S 1X0 slu;;C tcxea fur $& oo. Mot br mail on receir-tof price. A written gBUBntee farafofced with every 5i-Uu order received, fa. refund ta uoory it a permanent ctm ia not "SEBTU XE9ICIXE CO. Detroit. TEcS. So!d by M. r. Bsrineen, drngjist. Rick Island. 1 1 9 m A Je J I FILTERING OUT RHEUMATISM. RHEUMATISM IS IS TEE BLOOD. It is Caused by a Poison Which Can be Filtered Oat. The Kidneys Arc Our Natoral Fil ters, and Keep Our Wood l'ure When They Are Sick We Get Rheumatism. Etc The Way to Cure Our Kidneys. Though you may know what dis ease you bare, perhaps you don't know what causes it. Rheumatism is a blood disease. It gives you pain in yonr muscles, but this is caused by the poison in your blood. To cure rheumatism you must pur ify your blood. People used to think because the muscles were sore, that they could cure rheumatism by rubbing the muscles with liniment, but all the liniment in the world will not cure rheumatism. Nothing will do it but filtering the blood. When the kidneys are &ell, they inter me oioou ana Keep it puro and healthy. They liltcr out all the waste matter, the poison, tbe uric acid, and throw it out of the system. When they are sick they dou't. When they are sick, you get rheu matism, or 'perhaps gout, anaemia, pale sallow complexion, headache, aeuralgia. Bright' disease, diabetes, pain in the back, sleeplessness, and a long train of similar troubles. When your kidneys arc sick, you should lake Dr. llobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills. They will cure your kidneys. When your kidneys arc once well, everything else will be well. Well kidneys purify our blood as it ought to be purilie'd. They make it fresh aud clear and healthy. Pure blood makes a clear, rosy complexion, bright eyes, glossy hair, red lips, clear brain, bappy thoughts. The healthier your kidneys, the purer your blood. Asparagus is a plant which has a very strong healing and tonic action on the kidneys. It is one of tbe chief ingredients of Dr. llobb's Spar agus Kidney Pills. Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills are perfectly harmless, purely vege table, pleasant to take, and will cure when other prescriptions or medicines have failed. Tiierc is no reason why you should stay sick. If you want to get well you can. All you have to do is cure your kidneys. This can bo done with Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills. 1 ' y A box of Dr. llol b's Sparagus Kid ney Pills should be kept in the house, for you don't know bow soon you may need them. A few doses will relieve. Pain in the back, in the joints, in tho mus cles, will all go after a few doses of Dr. llobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills. A few boxes will cure. When your kidneys are well, nothing will bring back your disease again but careless ness. Overwork, worry, excesses, over eating, will make your kidneys sick again, will bring back your rheuma tism, gout, kidney troubles, etc. But otherwise, once gone, they will stay away. Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills cure thoroughly. They renew your kidneys, your blood and your health. For sale by all druggists, or by mail prepaid, for 50 cents a box. Valuable medical pamphlet sent free on request by Hobb's Medicine com pany, Chicago or San Francisco. You will ride a Bicycle Of cotirse you will ride. All the world will fashion, pleasure. Dusiness men. women, children. It takes a while sometimes for the world to recog nize its privileges; but when it does it adapts itself U promptly. There- tore. VOU who are in the world will rido a bicycle COLUMBIA "bicycle if you desire the best the world produces; a Hartford, the next best, if anything short of a Columbia will content you. Columbias,$100; Hartfords, $So $Go ; for boys and girls, $50. POPE MFC. CO., Hartford, Coon. Bosta, Kcw Tcrfc, Chkafs, a. Inxoa, PrarMeacs, UaiblsL A Cfctairu oomltrabnuvn, beautiful 4 mnw aceecr fres. or by auil tor two -eeat stamps. Ths book ttNnmH lh, ii,riini'ii1,1i,i Hsrtfortls S.1 Indapo mm a a raeiae a wen Man. of e." Tilt SHUT HINDOO REMEDY raoorcES tub aaovn REri.T4 1aSe tT. Cmv-ull Psre.u.Klc'-plem-teM. J. I -'tit I , LmlW- stn.elr..cu-lby pastabn -. irivcevlirnr.nri hMiiTTiifcMorr-uta. end q-.:lkiy Dntsnreir r -rtorts MMkM i.r to. ni. Euilrrrrii divert pwk. l. Vri itlMiparkm tiifeK.Mo'kl aaaaa aMFfatoa, but flu tt on h.-ivinar laHAHL it fbur drik'zul Jul not fit it. we wtii Bead it nrt-DawL. irrlcalal Xewlcwl trnik Cata, BU. raaVafa SOLD at tbe Harper House Drue pharmac ROCK ISLAND. ILL.-, by Win? ClcndtAui! MOL1NE, ILL-, and other drucosts. I I swasSSF I I tHbK WlrWwt M T a. VrJ..wt Wrtl - ' 'J av CAKES FOR GENERAL BLACKING A FPU ED AND POLISHED WITH A BRUSH Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE, DrSaWalsii & Walsh, Specialists Permanently located DR. T. M. WALSH, Formerly Clinical Protestor In two of Cbteago'a hading medical college. S Ackuowlcdsed by the IScdlcal Proft-Mion, Acknowledged by the Tress, Acknowledged by all aa tbe World's rcaet and Only Successful Specialists In CU.mic, Ncrroas. Private aad Snrgical Diseases of bam sexes. CONSULTATION FUEE! PROMPT AND PERMANENT CLUES! WEAK MEN. You that are troub led with Kerrons Iichillty, Lwt Manhood, Ex haustive Dra'CIL Nicht ltM.OS. ! I.flirr Vmnn- Threatened Insanity, Loss of Will Power, Mcn'al in lopioD". sieep iwne. or any other vtntttm "f nvrvons exlisiiotiot). You ttoeld consult us be fore it Is too late. Delay Is fatal. SURGICAL operations performed at yonr borne when dcired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty. Tbe praises we have received for onr remarkable skill la tnrin v , has compelled 11. to r- 'lite n.ean- In ord cr to"ve Tt " VSiV.'.lZlLlfS!,0'' hT.!.M bcr-cfit of our k,,o led:e of medicine and our XvimVtk Jtt f the in" snr Bm. m?VnT family physician is mwuy welcome to see ns onetaie wS . .11.,!. ? r, r?or and show our skill, and we feel juatly T,rondof WmtT.mZlJSi"'' cl profession for the adva-uad medical and urKitierT,re i"vo wrmen? ' drcd?cIuTredymn.;:MakCn- Bmf ru'rren ercdrnttoi u If you cann .t cll, w,;te. Hun- bicago Medical Institute, Ollicc, 124 West Third Street. DAVIS COMPANY HKATIXO AMD Result tn 4 weeks. For sale at Harper House Pharmacy. Rock Island. BEE HIVE :-: 114 W. Second. St. pgo BBE.fCS 1 1 14 West Second street SUN PASTE- FOR A QUICK AFTER DINNER SHINE APPUED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH Morse Bros. Frops.Crtan.Mass,USA. Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island in Davenport, Iowa. DR. J. E. WALSH. TLata nf .0141 fasr.je-la S a-aa.s4 , lT 1 ,"V,,,J MfcWU-u-v unci V YOU CANT afford to delay if you are snfferinft with I'stsnh. Bronchitis, A-thmv Earlr tViniimphno. hheumst sm.Ni-uraleis. D a pep.is. Scrofula. rl,.lilll. blood, liver, kidney ii eaara, rnnuirp. piles or h-drocrle. Our 'ong bias pnal experience enables ns to smm life srkea others fail. WE CAN positively guarantee a radios! raw of Varleiceta in aavrn days byonr ptinletw mrthotl. Women saOrring from ou'rlDO or ovrrtsin troubles cf any nature come sad tret an nninLm .... . . . . uu juui tare irec or cnargc. i KcCullonch Building, I DaVHNPOHT - iowa. 1 a I Bonn SV.S. I T to tia 19 V . and lo 8 JB TSi jjP VKMTI LATINO EN-aiNEERS. ' irvou Want a Warm House, Warm all over. Warm all the time. Not too hot in mild weather. Use the Capitol Hot Water Or Hecla Steam Heater. Thirty Capitol Heaters in use in Rock Island. Offices in ROCK ISLAND and MOLINE. 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