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THE ABGrUB. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1895.
Is often cause J by a bad Liver. How is your Liver ?
. Are your Kidneys all right ? Does your sleep
rest you ? Does your back ache ? Are you
weak and thin ? Are you dull and bilious ?
Marvelous success has attended the use of
Dr. J. H. McLean's
Liver Kidney Balm.
All who use it say it .is the "PEERLESS REMEDY" for curing
ailments of the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, Female troubles, Rheaou
lism and Bright's Disease
For sale everywhere at $I.OO per bottle.
THE Dr. J. H. (MEAN MEDICINE CO., - - St. Louis, Mo.
$SS-S SAFE AND
DR. KAY'S RENOVATOR.
It invigorates and renovates the whole svstem and
7 purifies and enriches the blood. It is the best Nerve
zJ Tonic known.
Vj It cure dyspepeia. liver and kidney diseases, constipation, headache, bilious-
(5; " boil, blotchc. debility, despondency, dizziness, female diseases, glandular j?(
. enlawiiieiils wasting- of the body, heartburn, iinmire Mood, insomnia, jaundice. Zi
Syj ImliKtion, latitude, malaria, mental
(gt prostration, paralysb, pimples, salt rheum,
(0 It strikes at the root of the
moving tne cause.
It has a marvelous effect on the stomacli, liver and bowels.
IIF.ADACIIE AND DYSPEPSIA.
Mr. II. r. Ayer. of Wehfnnl. Vt ,
wrile.: "After haririe; ratarrhnl f. ret In
M.rrh. 1 wa left ry much ileoiluated
nil ad dvtpepeia to bud I oiild scarcely
eat ai.ytblnz. A .mall .mount of fond
wimlil aau'c bloatineand a burning sensa
eet'on in the pit of tho ebniiach. with nain
Mud miirh Krm In my lile and a meat
lenlnf hcailirhr. My ph)leiu cmel
iatl to help me and I ronlinned In tin.
ro .Htni antll I took l)r. Kay's Rrnovator.
whirl, cmnplrteiy cured nif. Too morh
rntikot he .aid In It. pri. My ai.trr wa.
l-o Iniublru rrry had with a burning pain
In aUimarn, which but troubled her con
.tam'y for a lotue Mme. causing her a
Itrmt amnnnt of .nflriinif and Kepi her
poor and debilitate! and ranted her to he
rry wakeful. elie, ion, haa ulcen Dr.
K ar Kenovatnr and wa entirely cured ef
the burning sensation In the atotn.irh and
ran now rat the same aa hefora ber slck
ne... bh. sleeps well and la laining la
DR. KAY'S RENOVATOR.
It Is pleasant and easy to take, oerfectlv safe and naver disaorees
with tlie Momach. It is In tablet form
W J.0.'?' Tn,r "re from two to four
Book of Valnabl. Receipts asd a Trvatlee on Dieeaae.." It ia aaid by aome to be worth $5. tl
S DR. KAY'S RENOVATOR:"
o'd by drnifl... Prlcfld, 25o and $1.
f for our booklet to our W.tttinOlUcj
Dr. 13. J. Kay Medical Co..
liSSSSSSS SOLD BY SSSSOSS0SS
T. H. THOMAS.
everv where, mar tanldrd bythUlndy'a
raperteni.. TheA.anl. hnve, throntfh
the aamc means lyund new life and bcuitb.
a rmi arl a kttna sua k.l.lM
hm)i4 ai kl fvr (is I Mn. I wtTi it a.
Ih. Mm r rmir rvmMltM tirina ha 1 itm4
"'! HA aoaict DITTOS. BaMaCUy, a.
A mnJoritT of the women of every com
munity, eufUr from eomc form of
. FEMALE WEAKNESS.
Mnny are hoirleM Invalid. For these
comptHlnta there ia one Absolutely ante
and nrc trentment. Wild Olive to ne
lornll v aoil M Trtle Tonic to build up tor
health. i'rWe 81 each.
M ltd ensea need W Ud Olive alone. Severe
oaea need both. This common-cnc
plnn appeala to the acae of all. i.adie
can cure themselvea at home. Relief
intck. Curca permanant. Hold every
where C A MPT PC nt ot and a helpful.
jni'Ia7A.A.iJ InatrnetlveTrentise rnn
l-v hnd of us or our
VinOR MEDICAL ASS'5,
SOUTH BEND. INO.
Mrs. M. J. Saeoe.nt, Agent,
1 til Tblitycrcnth St.. Twelf tk av. Bock I.land
7J cNGLISn QUICK &
r NKVE RESTORER
'jK V rASl-MAN OVJTCF Mtfc
0v GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
la M da. b a aew perftctej arlentiSe method
tbat e.nnot fail aales the case la hevord banian
aid. Yru feel Improved lb. first day; feel
a benefit ry day; am. krow yor.rlf a kieg
aaMMX ate a la body, mind and heart. Drain anl
Immiw ended, wvery obstacle in happv married life
removed Kerre force, wl!i, enerisy. Ixaia pow.r,
wh?u tallln are restored. If neglected .u'h
troohlc. malt fatally. Mailed everywhere, sealrl
for f I. Mix hoie. for A. J. Reiw. Fourth
avenue an J Twenty-Ultra atrcet. Rock Iciaad.
are the awt mwearrL. ir. rwotrrand nn
I iabli. of thl .tod la the market 1 be ortrinal
and only (renolo. Womi'i MLVaTloi. A.k
your droCki.l if he don't keep then. W rite direct
to as and we will send it unset npoa rece'j.l of
Brtes. l, sealed. y mall t repaid. A. J. Rel.
Foartk aveaue aad Tw.aiy taird atreet, Sock
ft SEI ill
I THIS HI
i f PACE U
I "E1T J
Iff WEEK, n
K TxKT E? aro
1 afl a Va "
LPV I I AT w --s
I 1 T. ATTN
EFFICIENT - STCSSSS
torpor, rheumatism, neuraliria. nervous &)
matter and cures by re-
CONSTIPATION AND HEADACHE.
Oimiia. Nehn Sept. 11th, 1895.
Dr. B. J. K.y Mediral Co. (Jem.: Ke
plylnir. to our ioqatry asking what results
1 had with your lr. Kay'a Renovator,
would ear that I obtained great relief and
am now well. In the flr.t place I had I a
Oii.e, and it waa a ions time before It
seemed to leave me, then it to rued into
Malaria and I have taken quinine enough
to kill a urrsun, tut at no relief until I
commenced tatin your Dr. Kay'a Reno
vator. I bad inoiire.tion. a revere head
arlie and blind and dizzy spells, and it
would seem like there, were thread, of fire
and little .1 ra before my eye. 1 am
a? lad to ay that after taking one box of
your Renovator I expctieiiced great relief,
and before the second box was gone I
waa well and hive had no return of
tlHe dlstres pUl: thanks to your Ren
ovator. I can't help but recommend it
t aullerluc humaniiy.
M KS. C. A. ADAMS.
Sixth and Martha streets.
and is made from concentrated ex-
times as many doses as found In I fl
Call on agctta. address below or tend ad-
620 S. 16th St., Omaha, Neb. S
THE LAND OF
Sunshine, Flowers and Fruit
IS EASILY REACHED BY
St Louis &
The "Holly Springs Route" from St.
Louis. Fast Time, Low Rates, Lib
eral Limits, Through Pullman Sleep
ers. Geo. E. Lary, Gen'l Pass. Aet.
St. Louis, Mo.
PIKEOLA COUGH BALSAM
It excellent for a'.l throat Inflammations and for
tives wilt invariably
derive benefit from
It u. , as it quietly
vnatee the couub,
tion easy, assistive
nature In rctoiing
w aated t i uer.
There Is a large per
centage of thoM who
eaptxwe their caesee
to be consumption
who are only nffer.
log from a cbronl
cold oraeep seated cough, often agcravated be
catarrh For catarrh use Kir's Cream Balm. Both
rrmedie are piensaot to use. Cream Balm 50c per
bottle; Plneila Ha, sum Ec at Drngilista. In qaaa
Ultra of t SO will deliver oa receipt of amount.
SLY BROTHERS. M Warren BU Saw York.
Made a well
Dk.l 1T h. IS D tTa Cn
S.rvou. Dimwm .-Mime amory,
P.re.i..aieeDlefcWei. hurhtlr kmuv
ai. .n . .i...MiMdbfM?t ilmwt.sirM vlir .ni
to.bnmkcaor7na. and quirkij ant mrely reorea
I a .lib if '" uld or fouae. iiy earrtni In tmI
ixv-icrt. i-ne !.) a nark, stz fore.e skt a
a rltt ..ra-)W tmmmwm f aiaa, w etafUwdt d. Ioa't
k-ira. "..In.'in., ait tiuat oa b.vtxi lPAINa, It
yoar druyffrst & not ot it. we wi:i wad It pr.pWo.
btteatal k,.Wl C. ia i Oil- . liL. gaeuoa.
SOLD at the Harper House Drue Pbannaey,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.: by Wo. Clrodeiua,
hUHXb, ILL., aad other leading druggi.ts.
Ji'r rl ekwkUT-k
I WZlI ?1hOs
re. aJl X Wn 1 A
eg? TKE 1 TO 4 DAY CUSE ftJL
"ni limn- in i an i T
: KnruE3 ; ff-cii
' According to Webster's definition
of the words new and woman, the
new woman may be defined as a
female of the human family recently
invented, discovered or established.
It is evident that she is an estab
lished fact ol the nineteenth century
and Is here to stay.
How did she come? On her wheel
of course the wheel of time, and
that wheel has had much to do in
wheeling out old prejudices and
wheeling in new ideas.
The womah of 50 years ago was a
very similar beinir to the woman of
today the new woman, socalled
because of the advanced and pro
gressive ideas she now enjoys in the
latter part of this century. The new
woman is not the only innovation of
these times, but only a part of this
progressive age. iMiucation is tne
foundation of tbat progress, particu
larly of the last half century. Fifty
years ago the demands of home life
required mnch more of the woman
than it does today, especially in the
rural homes. Apart from the ma
ternal duties and also the regular
cleaning, cooking, baking, soapmak
ing, etc., there was the spinning,
weaving and making up of all cloth
ing, was woman's work, and every
thing was done by hand. Mo sewing
machines. Sew "by hand, spin and
weave by hand. Now all that is
done, to "a great extent, - by machin
ery, and little or none of it done in
the home. Consequently the woman
must look in some other direction
for a field of usefulness, to exercise
her God-given talents. The liberal
education furnished ber gives her
new ideas of usefulness. She sees
where, by the application of - her
mental faculties, she can enter the
race of life in competition with her
brothers and feel she has as good a
right to earn a living as her big
brother, and the world today is bet
ter for the comingling of the sexes
in colleges and business as well as in
social life. The refining influence
of a good woman is far reaching in
the oilice and factory, as well as in
the home; hence the new woman of
today is abreast with her brothers in
education, mental capacity and per
severance, as tne many types of no
ble women of the present day will
prove. A recent caucus bulletin
deals with the increase of the num
ber of -women engaged in profes
sional and other occupations since
1870, and the results brought out are
very striking. Her increase in gain
ful occupations from 1870 to 1890
was 113 per cent, tbat of men only
76 per cent. In professional occupa
tions her increase was 237 per cent.
that of men 126 per cent. In 1870
there were only five women lawyers.
in 1890 there were 208. In 1870
there were 528 women physicians and
surgeons, in 1890 there were 4.'55.
In 1870 there were 414 women gov
ernment officials, in 1890 there were
4.875. In 1870 there were 24 women
dentists, in 1890 there were 337. In
1890 there were 127 women surveyors.
There were none at all 20 years be
fore that. In 1870 there were 84,
047 teachers, in 1890 there were
245,965. Thus it is through all the
avocations o life. With the pluck
and patience of her sex, plus Its ver
satility and adaptability to all sorts of
conditions, the new woman has made
the best of the new conditions and
entered the broad field of human in
dustry ia competition with man. It
has also been decided that the new
woman is a person and she has been
allowed to sit on a jury in an insan
ity trial. The law of Illinois re
quires that in such cases the jury
bnall consist of six persons, one of
whom must be a physician, and as
there waa none other than the new
woman physician in the town of
Anna, III., at the time, Judge Craw.
ford decided tbat she was a person,
and had her placed on the jury.
The elements of sovereignty, says
Blackstone, are three wisdom, good
ness and power. Conceding to the
new woman wisdom and goodness
(as they are not strictly mascnline
virtues) and substituting moral
power for physical force we have
in the new woman the necessary ele
ments of government for most of
life's emergencies. The more intel
ligence she possesses the better her
life work is accomplished; the more
she develops mentally, morally and
physically, the richer will be her
life and the lives of all who come
within that influence, and since
woman has brains enough to take ad.
vantage of the education accorded
her and ready and willing t3 give
practical demonstration of ber abili
ty, do not expect her to put her
light under a bushel; it must shine
and add to the enlightenment of a
higher civilisation. We have great
expectations of the new woman. At
present she is popular and still un
popular. In our every day reading
we find something for and against
her, and it is difficult to add any.
thing to what has already been aaid
concerning the various types of the so
called new woman. One author says
she is the connnndrum of the Nine
teenth centnry. We cannot guess her
and wc will never give her np."
The new woman is, however, a liv
ing, breathing reality, and when she
is once known and fully understood
she can always be depended on.
Treat ber as a human being, as an
equal, with respect, and ahe in tnrn
will do her part to the letter. A
noble and right-minded woman does
not wish to be treated with a patro
nizing air or called an angel when
she knows ia her Inmost soul at
iiim . nr P
times she is far from it, and at the
same time knows full well the com
pliment is superficial and usually
given by those whose respect and
gaiiantry ior. a woman is limited.
To gain the respect and confidence
oi a woman, treat ber with respect
anu commence, anu as a rule sue
will never fail to appreciate that con'
fidence and never weary in well do
ing for the benefit of those around
her. Encourage her in her good
worss. o one win ever regret a
word of encouragement or a helping
nana to m women.
THOUGHTS FOR FARMERS.
More la Detail of Papers Bead Before) the
' Kecemt CoantyIntltate.
Joslik, Dec. 14. While owing to
the coudition of the weather the at
tendance at the recent Rock Island
County iarmers1 institute at Bars-
stow was not as large as it would oth
erwise have been, it has has not be
fore been the privilege of the agri
culturists to listen to a more enter
taining lot of papers. William
Letsch dealt with the subject of
Tiling." showing the first thing in
importance to be to ascertain the
fall, then to select three or 4-inch
tile according to circumstances, and
land that was previously entirely
worthless becomes the most produc
tive upon the farm, after which an
interesting discussion followed.
State's Attorney Searle then spoke
fluently and eloq'uently and at the
close cf hid speech was accorded a
vote of thanks. He said in com
mencing that there were two logical
suggestions in connection with his
subject the legislation we have and
the legislation we ought to have, and
he would try to say what he had to
say without encroaching upon the
party politics. Referring to the
statutes, he said provision was made
that the farmers could sell in anv of
our markets without railway com
panies making any . undue or
unjust discrimination. He spoke
of the amount of land that
was . in. .a measure lost in our
public highways ; wjiich might be
utilized by the planting of a row
of fruit trees on each side, as is done
in 6ome other countries. - He then
launched out and denounced the
alien land owners of our country in
vehement terms and said that no
man ought to be the owner of more
than 300 acres of land. The French
revolution brought about an equita
ble division of land previously owned
by lords, dukes and nobles. All as
sessors should make it a point of
duty to notify state's attorneys of all
alien owners of land in the their sev
eral districts and laws should be
passed which would compel them to
dispose of their property. He spoke
atlenefh with regard to animals run
ning at large and the handling of
diseased hogs, all of which should be
kept out of the market and burled so
that the contagion might be stopped.
It was terrible to think about that
diseased hogs are sent to market and
no doubt rendered down into lard
and sold for consumption by the peo
ple. Our laws cannot be too strin
gent upon this matter. He said
likewise that all laws 'were violated
that dealt with the adulteration of
food products. He condemned in
unmeasured terms the formation of
trusts and monopolies in all their
forms, which must be checked even
if we have to resort to confiscation of
Oar Revenue Laws.
He spoke of our revenue laws be
ing in theory and practice harmoni
ous but the great difficulty was to
get at the property in such cities as
Chicago, the bulk of which evades
taxation, and it is almost impossible
to convict either assessors or as
sessed. We onght to pass a law to
confiscate property that is not given
in to the assessor, as it done in Ger
many. Every farmer should procure
for himself a copy of the statutes
and laws which govern him. which
can be obtained at a comparatively
Discrimination ia Trade.
J. G. Osborn read a paper on "Dis
crimination in Trade Against the
Farmer." He said: "Agriculture is
the most important occupation be
cause the people are fed from the
products of the soil. Is it a fact
that the farmer is discriminated
against? If he takes anything to
market he must take the price
offered, and if he wishes to purchase
anything he must as a rule pay the
price asked. The money lender
offers his money at a certain rate of
interest. You can take it or leave
it. The railway company fixes the
price of railway travel, and you can
pay .it or walk. And so on all the
way through. Corn is king and the
farmer pays for all. The running of
government, the president's salary,
and the expense of running city
governments comes out of agricul
ture. What is the remedy? We
most wake up to the situation. The
farmers should organize for their
own interest. They should withhold
their crops, from market when they
are not remunerative. - Farmers
should refuse to sell only at paying
prices." He suggested that farmers
should withhold their crops from
market for SO days aa an experi
ment. . Mr. Crawford asked how farmers
could withhold their crops for 30
daya. The reply was- by the well to
do farmers loaning money to those
of limited . means. Of course this
idea was denounced , by several aad
was pronounced chimerical and im
County Superintendent E. B. Mc-
Keever read a paper on the subject.
tducation." Air. HcKeever com
menced by saying that what he had
to say was principally to influence
iatners ana motners to provide as
well as they can for the educational
success of their children. In educa
tional matters the south was behind
the north. There is so much to be
said and no much baa been said upon
this subject that it seems somewhat
difficult to say juBt the right thing.
Religion, morality and knowledge
are the three great essentials neces
sary for the success of our schools.
He alluded to the government having
don its part by the appropriating of
so many sections of land for school
purposes in order that our children
may receive a good common school
education. He contrasted the ad
vantages the children of the present
day had over those even of their par
ents when they were children, which
he some times thought was not fully
appreciated. Our martyred Lincofu
once said that "virtue and intelli
gence must be the two great corner
stones of our great and grand repub
lic." Education in its noblest sense
is the broadening out and the uplift
ing" of mankind in the scale of moral
ity and Christianity. The first duty
was to teach a child how to read; the
second duty, what to read. The
foundation of good citizenship is laid
in the home of the child previous to
coming to the public school, and he
emphasized the fact that a child's
education commences with the cra
dle and only ends with the crave.
Good books will do more for the sal
vation' of our boys and girls and will
pay a greater interest upon the in
vestment than anything else he could
think of. He would drive out im
pure literature by scattering and
publishing 8nd sowing pure litera
ture and bv the establishing of more
Dr. Evans, president of Hcddin?
college, Abingdon, 111., who seems to
have a happy temperament and to be
on good terms with himself, was then
introduced. Again he commenced
his humorous remarks by saying tbat
it appeared to be a 9-days1 wonder
with some people as to what he was
doing here,' of which he might have
Eomeimng to say at some future
time. However, it might interest
them to know that when he first set
tled in Illinois he only weighed
three-and-a-half pounds, while his
avordupois now was over 200 there
fore he had accumulated as much as
most people. He thought most peo
ple of the present day were becoming
very much Interested in educational
matters. He had only come across
one man who was thankful for his
ignorance, and he thought he had a
great deal to be thankful for. He
did not exactly agree with Mr. Mc-
Eeever that an education commenced
with the (cradle, bnt commenced
years before the child was born. But
to become more serious he would sav
that he believed in an education that
embraced the moral, physical and
intellectual. He denounced the
habit of smoking and drinking and
showed the effects upon the unborn
child. The education of the child
really commences with the parents
and it is then carried out 'in the
home. The school is only supple
mentary. A child never forgets
what it learns at home. The moth
ers and fathers are molding the next
generation. The aesthetic culture of
the child begins at home. He want
ed to say amen to the superintendent
with regard to the establishing of
libraries; but it required great care
in the proper selection of books. No
man rises exactly the same man
after reading a book. Parents should
likewise be very careful over their
children's associations and should
watch closely over them. A unani
mous vote of thanks was given to the
doctor, to which he made a suitable
ihe next farmers1 meeting will be
held in Port Byron and arrangements
have been made with Dr. Evans to
be present and address the gathering.
railTUM IN tARVO.
The Abocs delivered everv even
ing at your door at 10c a week.
Te All Parsons Wheat It May C oncer n.
Tin1n I Imr.ttw , i. K i -
John Ohlweiler, guardian of Wii iam Hanutaad
Ella Baupt. will make application to the eonntr
court of Rock Island county, at a regular term
thereof, to be held at the court hoare in the city
of Rock Island, in said eoontv. on tbe first Mot'
la January, A. D 1MW. beine the first
J . , .w. . viuti wv aeorre oi saia
nonrt. dir.-cuot b'm. as said guardian, to ihe
ui,;ic. i. ivLwiEg reai estate oeioDKina to
said minora, eras much thereof as shad seem to
aM rnr tr , ho i J . , ...
' . ' miu muwn. viiuauM
;untj f Bock Island, and etatc of Illinois
. 7 V. """" y- aiso ih west Diteen
feet of lot number two alro tbe west fifty five
aajnber one (li in the original tosrn of Coal Val-
ITi, - ""J isiaao, aaa state of
Illinois, for tbe support aad education of said
minora, and tor tbe purpose of investing such of
ti e proceeds of said ra'e aa thill not be Immedi
ately requisite for said support and edneattoo In
other real estate, or of otbersrtse investing the
Guardian of said minors.
SeaUy, Qnackly aad
Cnaaanu taenia Bursar
TtttacM oa a osltisa)
snaiantae ta ear any
funs of Mreuut pro.
tratisnor any disorder
c the genital csgsnseC
either sex. csosad
Before- by exceativo cue) of A'
iowoeDh jueunra car vjura. or on accoass)
of yootbfnl indiarretion cr over indulgence etew
Dinineaa. Conrolaione, Wakefulness. Hcadscbe.
Mental xleinaat ion. boftneuna; of tbe Brain, Weak
Memory, laring Dowa Pains, Seminal Weakens,
Hysteria, Soclunml Eaiusiooa, S timialiTliaa.
Lees of Power and Imrxiaenry, which if itena,
aaay lead to praaaatme old as and insanity.
T-", Yn r'ii lien a tn i Mm
fcr s ea. bent by mailca reniptotpriea. A wrlttea
n every sua?
'BEaVH aTmcr-Cg CO. ratrott, 1
The Finest Cake
In the World is made with" . ?
Use one-tliird less quantify tJtan otJier powders r-J
qtrire and the Cake will be remarkably light, of fine !
texture, and will retain its fresh condition longer '
tJtan when any oilier powder is used.
I Rock Inland
I"ive Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits:
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
t Btrsoao, President.
Joaa Caoaauaa. Vfcse President.
P QasaaawALT, Cashier,
aff, bB" fnlya. 1890. aad occupy the
SB-eor. M itcball at Lynda's aew btUldiag.
h.?l'l.k 3 V".
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T " apaevaras) IT
Foreale by Harts A UUemeer, 301
. o. oonnxxY. a. b. ooaamuT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlca second boot, orsr : WloBeu g Lynda's
bank. Money to loaa.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
CHBca In Rock Island National Bank bntlding.
a. n. mmf.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law
Offle ta Beagstoriie Block.
Charles J. Searle.
Attorney at Law.
ai Business of all kinds proamUy
o. Siate Atlo-cey of Itock -ia
OAce, rostoffiee Block.
ItcEnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
nansr on emd aea,ni rw
nana. Befereaoe, MltokaU dt Lraoa. Iiaiikaia
Offloe. PoetoOlce Block. . -mmtw.
Brack & Kerne,
Architects and Superintendents.
Room 01 WI1.a11 S- W.twi a
Geo. P. Btauduhar,
Pians and scperliitendeneei for ail elaea of
ba tidings. Rooms C3 aad Oh, -Utcuall a fclBda
butidinjt. ak. .levator. 1
D. W. H Ludewig,
Specialist of Eye, Ear, Nose
Office In Tremann'a new balldlnf, comer Sev
enteenth atreet and Third avenue. Rook Island.
Telephone Ho. luaS.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlea, Whittaker Block, mthweet corner
Third ' aad Brad- atmata. rasssaraa-L. Ima
Rooms IT snd 18. Honrti ttolla.au,ltolp.m.
Dr John E Hawthorne,
Kew Dental Parlors, orsr Harts a Uliemeyer
Drag store. Third Arenas and Twaaticth street.
The latest appointments foe skilled dental srork.
Henry Gaetje.Prop ,
, CHIFPIANNOCK NURSERY.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all
City store, 16.7 Steoad avenue. Telephone 11Q.
The only safe, sore and
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. Aakfor
and take no other. ; SrrDroacracTXAB.
Price $140 per box, boxes lor 15.00.
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C F Lynde,
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Jacuoa Hubr, Solicitors.
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Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester German Ine Co..
Westchester Fire .
Buffalo German M
Milwaukee Mechanics ..
.Rochester. If T
.... Manchester N 11
.New Haven, Ooaa
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND,
Representing over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
FIRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACCI
DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY
Bonds of Suretyship.
Offlea i Bengstona block. Bock Island,
neenre onr rales; they will Interest yoa.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . , .
The aid Fire aad Tlsae-tiiM Oompanlse
Lc:iei Frosptir Paid.
Kate aa low as any reliable eompacy eaa aferd
Tawr fainnine. la onlleltea.
SEH1 J. OR
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second At.
Harper Boaaa Block.
Baths' of all triads, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo,' else
trio, electro-thermal, etc. may
be obtained at the Sanitariam
Bath Boobs, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
. BOOMS OPEN.
For Ladies Front t a. m. to
IS aa. on week days . For Gen
tlemen From J p. m. to 10 p.m.
oa week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. ta.
to 11 a. a. for Oeatlemea only.
Electric - and meetro-thersnal
baths may bo obtained at nay
time daring business hoars.
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