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PEPSALIA PANCbn.DTixii 1. T1BI K7T SZlUZZtJ iS" """". Catarrh of UM DYSPEPSIA 'Kni'iMni. soar Bionucn. 1J 11U.j a .. a. . ... .... biMOotartb bMt nmadiankuowBt nwical skill. A PERFECT CUnE noia by an druggists, or Kilcta. tr u,. THI PEPIALU en. WW oecul for frea circular. CHiCAOe) Tor ' In Beck U'Mi fry John Bfcrgstnu mod UtMtall A F.sicr, diojtfeu. WANTED. WANT! i -A rOMPFTENT f;mr. FOR general taouMwork at 1213 Filteeota street, u.t.joe. r A NTKI-nnoi8 TO stork in cheap. - t 1.1. ni mi tigui iure nNimH wuneio- .. -1 ovvuhu iiuc. juudoj Junes. A'VTKI- A"" OR HANDLING v v a nwnaiil tbet la used In every bouse. C'slistl.l necoud avenue betweeo a. m. ui o p. m. luqmra lor Mr, Underbill. rANTF.I-AT ONCE. TWO OOOH FX v . Derlenned events, otie IsjIv &nri mi rntiaoiSO. Ior SDlselsl Work Af1.tfa.MM j t i ClSSIHl. ItoCR Island, irurierikl ktit. f..i "ll7ANTn-TO LOAN HONEY ON DIA moods, wetehee. Jewelry, hardware, musical ibstromeoM, blcrc.es. olou.Uig, dry Itoida. furniture, eto. tils-best eah prices ga J lur ssooou OBDQ gOOUS OI Bli kino SiMO. Tbe shore good for sale at half tbe usual tore prices. A U basineaa transections strictly confidential. His new number and toeetion. . -I neouui Avenue. Don i lorgetis. J. w Junes. FOR KENT. IjlOR RBNT-CO.VVENIFNT FLAT OF anirimBiM 1B10 Third avenue. Apply to V. Dauber. XjKIR RENT A FURNISHED I1R1CK RES A. Idesoe, elwht Inrire moms: real reasona ble. Apply MM Filth avenue. ISOR RFNT-FOfR ROOM FT-ATONTWEN-lirth nireet; fio pr muntn. Apply to K. H. station!, Maaonl a Temple bloolL - FOR ItrVT-A NEW BROOM HOUSE with modern convenience at W.T7T wenty eeoDd street. Inquire at 85it sixth avenue. TOR RENT-FIVE ROOM FLA TON TWKN-A- tlelb street: modern Improvements: tZ rrr monly. Ayplv to K II. BtaSord, Masooio Temple block. Ifoa i:ent-a nk b Swat anil irfM fcktivA FLAT: STEAM suitable for livht liousekerplnr, la Industrial hone bullillur Aiiply lot. II. 'I hom. a FOR BALE. IOR SALE-TWO HOTELS. GORDON A - UVWIilM, IORSAI.E-SVrKF.Tl'KsS AT WS NIXE A teeiiib street. TOR SAI.K-A VTIOOM COTTAGE: GOOD -A convmlraees and oeatrally located: eay terms. Address 1. hi. J., Am.usomce. IilOlt SAI.F DON'T PAY FANCY I'RK'ES for tiulidinir lots when you ean get desir able locations within If. minuted' walk of the heart of tha city at from tiss to SJOO. For fur ther leformstl.m apply to E. J. Hums under the Harper house. MISCELLANEOUS. T iST-A FOUR-SET OI'AL RING IN Lt li flie' tellel room at Watch Tower. Finder kiaiV.y return to this cfilce and receive re ward. I OST-A DARK RKD WALLET CONTAIN i Iiik a 16 hill and some valuable papers. Kinder please return wallet and papers to Iteuly Urns, and ki-ep the money. 14"IORSAI.EOR RENT A HOUSE OF 10 room at 1-10 Tuird avenue; eontalna all modern Improvsraente and la la good repair Apply to tv. U. Frazer. elXlR SALE OR EXCHANGE A OOOD -A psylnu bfikery busmeM at HUM Third ave nue. Owner wishes to enirsve In other busi ness. Will tnke real estate in eschanne. Call at above number for particulars. Arnuscrrjents. "Harper's Tneatre, Kacis, Maoagsr. timm.'b'i "I" S u iday ( Aug 8. Proctor's Pleasure Party Roi ponir the rluvor rrnnedlan BILLY KOHINMC and the chsrmlrf ooms disaas UM',) C'OU HT.NKT, m high cits ouwta.ct, IjlW SOXGS! NEW DANCES! 'Kvr kacks: A flrantl Oootlsuon rrfo:minco Open ing bill, "Twixl Love and Maney," I.suifs free accnmpstiisJ by one paid tlcstt on ear o salcg sight. SPECIAL A flM Kenw.wil rtl'yce Qlvia Assy Free at evs-y peif ormance. Frtr in, sn and sne. Ticket tow on salt at Dlsasr Bros' Jewelry store. OR. MOTT'S. The onlr safe, an re and rrliabla Female PU1 ever offered to Ladies. Espe cially ivcornmended to nirried Ladieav Ask for PMRYROYIL PILLS anl taVe noother. Sfkd fob cibcti-Ar. rru.-e ei.po per box. 0 boxes for 15 00. OH NOTTS CHEfllAL 80, ClswUH, trhia wwi sv nM. AHDY 10 :s 0 .ABSOLUTELY CDARA5TEED ITre; i''''!.'.' 4- "'WjitKiiin m v. . alHSaawa - - - . .SV 4:.rT.sU.ISl' salaaw .iiu,. CLOCKS ON THE CORNERS PabMe Oanvealewe Wbleh tew Paetml te ti Favnlsh. Rock lalsnd will Iikelr toon hve the convenience which geveral other cities have been provided with through the enterprise of the Postal TeleirraDh commit v in th w f bsndsome clocks erected on rjromi nent corners. The clocks, which are 13 feet hieh. nrovide an immramrt for the displav of the Postal' adver- Al a. VT- a.s iisemcBi. roar or inese clocks are heine placed in DavenDort. Mamurar . . . v - . ... 1 . e"- .uuAietj uopi to nave a coopie pro. : .1 m t i r , viueu ior noci sitanoi soon. Froetoi'a riesxnre rartr. The season at Hsrnn' tkn... win uuva iicxi ounaav mcrric in an : 1 1 3 . . . . enrarement of fonr nihta with Proctor's Pleasure party, an eastern iwtupauj oi oign Bianain?. tnis be id? its hmt tour west. rh ,.. tion is a large one, combinicg drama una vaaaeviue, lormea in a cantinn- ous performance on the order of Hopkins' theatre. C.hicm.tm Tha compaoy is headed by the clever comedian, Blllv Robinson. and tbe charminir eomedienna. Mian Maade Conrtnev. innnnrtad hv mil sieritncr vnnnir laaitlnir man Charles E. Ferris, and a powerful F J . " " " fc. . m i . ... ... cast. Ana vinaevi rostnros in olade Hiss Anna Dorothy and Miss Louiie Cheater. and dancers; Alexander Bailer, the e vtiiuiuDmuHiiKn miss lurink rnrw Tvroleon rh!r and Phil r.lnrt' the phenomenal baritone. The prices ui snixiiBioD ior mis engagement nave oeen placed at summer prices, 10, 20 and 80 cents. All ladies free on the opening night accompanied oj one paid ucget. as a special in daceaent these warm nights the manairemant has nrrsnirsH ih tk. Kenwood Bicycle company so they can give away at every performance free a high grade bicycle. Tickets now on sale at Blcuer Bros1, jewelry Court Yard trading. J. N. Hnntoon was awarded tha contract Yesterday afternnnn hv tha public expenditures committee of the county, ooaro ior grading tbe conrt Vard and Dlacincaatrinnf and trnnnri toe tot line oi toe outer sidewalk, bis Did Ior the work belnp. gas. Mr Hnntoon also agrees to furnish addi tional olav and black dirt at Iflnanta per yard on tbe former, and 40 cents or iuo tatter, jnere were other bids for grading and sodding as fol lows: B. if. Ramie-. t!7n- c r. Kemlev. S180: II. F. Limn. t?A7 &n- Clip This Out. It Will Save You Many Dollar aod Prevent a Heap of Domes tic Troubles. Some men are varv fninriaininn when first introduced, but they soon bsaome exhausted and run out. On a second or third interview they are at and monotonous. Like a street organ, we soon hear all tha tanas but unlike that instrument thev can not be retuned so easily. Some remedies are very effective for one trial, but thev soon exhanst their vie. luids. L.1K0 mire oi ducqu tney do T : i . ... taeir wora once, out unlike Uoan s Kidney Pills thev are naeless and positively hurtful a second time, Tbe secret of tbe success of Doan'e Kidney Pills lies in their intrinsic merit. They do their work thor- ongbly and they ean be appealed t attain auu a train wnen trauma inm. and they respond as effectively to uai pi'osi ae wueo urst employed Unlike all remedies for tha kiditn, put upon the market they have been able to stay. Unlike all others thev a. a. a . . a . erratic means to force a sale. Thev . - M - ' have kept on the "even tennr h.;. way." slowlv bat snrelv distancing 11 . : . ... . . e it cuiupusiturs until tney are k thoronphlv entrenched in tha ms;n. ity of tbe states thev cannot ha lodged. There isn't an .important town or city anywnere in tbe nnion but publishes daily statements from residents of that town or city. Every town and city has its own people to A , : . i i .... ucbi witu, ass statements irom peo pie they know to confirm or dis prove. Ao other kidney remedv does or can do this. There is onlV one legitimate conclusion to arrive at the remedy that dees it has more . i . ... man eiaoorate advertising to sustain its representation. It has intrinsic merit, inherent qualities, possesses some marvelous potent power;, in fine it does its work thoroughly and Doan's Kidney Pills are sold fcrM cents a box, by all dealers, or mailed tfceipt oi price oy oster-Milbarn company, Buffalo, U. T., sole agents for U. S. . . Remember tbe name Doan's and take no substitute. , - CATHARTIC ALL 0RUC51STS MraAiat. i A '.-v 1 '" '"I astnral rrsalta. Shi 4 r" " a.. er new lera. in NAVAL MILITIA TO CAMP. SI alias's Tan Leave far Chicago BatarAay I MoralDg. One hundred Molinc seamen and - officers of the navy mi litia will leave over ths Bur lington Satnrday morning for tbeir annual camp and instruction in military duties, which tlu year will do neia at One Hundredth street. about a halt mile south of the Calu met river, in South Chicago. The Preoaratfona that hint hnan mada for the camp promise that it will be a uiust euccobbiui one. xne present expectations are that Acting Capt. D. C. Daggett, of Moline, will be in command of the' camp. His com mand of the second ship's crew will be taken by J. H. Porter, the rank tng otbeer. Boat drill will occupy much of the time the boys will be in camp. Infantry duties will rceeive secondary attention. The two di visions from Moline will take ith them their two cutters and the Hotchkiss rapid-Brine gun. ine ibicago ship's crew ill have five cnttera and tha ateam- ship Michigan will have two more ior on. xne tents win do in posi tion, the streets laid nnt. and avarv. thing will be in order for the boys wnen mey arrive, me cooks and waiters will leave Wednesday morn ing, 12 of them going from Moline, and will make all of the preparations necessary to feed the. 600 sailors. Moline will send 100 men, Quiney 76, Alton 70, and Chicago 260. The famous White Hussar band of 21 pieces will be on hand from Alton. Tbe remainder of the new uniforms arrived in Moline yesterday morning and were eiven out to the man in tha evening. The new military code passed bv the legislature reonires every man to be on hand at camp, or to stand liable for a conrt mar tial and dishonorable disoharge, pro viding that he cannot clva a orind excuse for remaining at home. This excuse uaa to oe nanaed to tne lieu tenant of the division two er three days in advance of the day of going. Bdisons FIxst Xaventlaa. In eaity life Edition reenred a nn.itinn as a nigfct operator at a little way sta tion ,w.ur kr. There waa nrar.timllT nothing to bo. clone during the, night, as no trains evt-r stopped at tbe little aid- inir. hnt is was imfAHnra i wiv. ..n erator on duty there iu case of emei geucy. Edison Boon chafed trader th'm insr- tivity. Kight after night be watobed throocb the wenrv hram without having sent or received a sin gle message except the perfunctory tig nal th9 letter "B" -ahirh all uvn. tors were required to send overt he wire erery nan Hour as a proof that they were on duty and at thtir posts. Final ly tbe future "wizard" began so rue electrical experiments to while away tbe time. Within a few days be bad ar ranged a switchboard contrivance on the clock which evenr 80 minntea re leased an outomatio attachment that telegraphed the sisnnl "R" and tha number of tbe station over tbe railway wire. After that life was too easv for tha young eperator. He would go on duty early in the evening, and after having several conversations over the wire with the train dispatcher would turn on tbe Bwiicn ano go to sleep on a cot in the rear of tbe office. Throughout tbe night m ciock would report tbe station "on duty" regularly every half hour. mis device worked liko a charm. Tvn one knows how lonsr it micbt have re mained in use were it not for the fact that in an evil moment tbe young in ventor took another orjrrator into his confidence. The latter attempted to con struct an automatic machine and failed. It Succeeded, himw. in rnmrlinir mat ters so badly that an investigation was Set on foot, which resnltad in ratirins yonng Edison to private life for several years. Chicago Times-Herald. Baeesina;. When (ravelins in rhn smith nf TT. land some years ago, I was sot a little surprised to tear every one in a room about. "God blesa von." when anv nev- son sneezed, and tbe "God bless you" was repeated for every sneeze. I have Einoe learned that this salutation has an origin going back to the sixth century, when the black plague fell upon Rome. iia victims snowea tne first symptoms bv sneezinc. Whan th AfViVsn Hn of Menomopata sneezes, all those near his person send up a great about, all within bearing take it up, so that the sneeze may be said to. so rrboincr through the kingdom. One would think tne BQCiecta would sonn tret hnaraa if their sovereign chanced to have an old xuemonea Aew liglaud bay fever. V3ten tbe kins of Senear sneecea. hie oonrtiera turn their backs on him and give a loud slap on their right ttiigb. There ia a great deal of character in the maimer Of Kneeeancr. and chrmoh ri Gorge Washington could not be dig- nined wnen lie felt a sneeze coming en and was in donbra wherhpr is vmU come to a head or not it must be cgn- fesstHl that a good sneeze is more pleas urable than otherwise. -Iff Vnrk Ledger. Blaetnc Itinera. Kl ant rift Rittara ia a msHMss antt. ed for anv season, but perhaps more generally wnen vne languid ex- hanatad faalincr rareTatla. wrhan tha liver is torpid and sluggish and the uewu oi a ionic ana aiiermuve ia ieit. A oromot naa of this raedicina has often averted long and perhaps fatal oinoua levers. xo meaicine win act mora anralw In anvtntArai.tinir and j to freeing tbe system from the malarial puiauB. neaaacne, inaigesuon, con stipation, dizziness yield to Electrio Bitters. 50c and tl Tkr hottlA tat ''j U&rts A Uliemejer' dra store. Just trv a 10 aent box of Caacarata. the finest liver and bewel regulator ever mad. STRONG TESTIMONY. ottM Cltlzeai TeU Frsf. BftartU.e Carea. Still Moline' citizens testify for Tl . . . . r . . . ... . . i toi. martin, wno is as tne Hotel Downs in Davenport. The Moline Dispatch says: "He cannot be praised too highly. H is sarprisincr to 1 TA TA . - 11 -! . aw uuw s. v. ar. saaea aus sttose pini- ples, old sorest worst forma of skin disease or eczema and makes a rsr manent cure, and to think that it has baan need hara nnlv SO Amwm on people who have had eczema all their l;l.'..J 1 . . . . ii iu bbu ouoipitsieiy corweu ail over. N6w they are well; and another thing D. D. D stops that itching and burning at once, followed by a apeeay cure inside or days. D. D D. company says stop taking blood medicines, for ecsema is no blood disease; it is a skin disease and must do drawn irom tbe skin. You are wasting your money In taking medicine or nslng salves or soaps. D. D. D. ia a fluid which drawa tha disease from the skin, leaving the i - . t . . . . . " u ciear ana iree irons an disease. Remember this ia a fnra fnr ona thing only, and that is skin diseases or eczema, ana neware nf tnnita This D. D. D. is not sold by azants. peddlers, dr,ur stores, nor on the streets. It can be gotten oajy from the main office. There ia a r.rH of $500 offered for any case that can not oe oorea, ana mis reward has been standing for bit vaara and never has there been found a case of skin disease or eczema that D. D. I) could not cure. After 28 veara studying on skin diseases this dis covery was made, and is known to one Person onlv. Thousands af photographs and testimonials ean ba shown at this office of tha worst forms of skin disease, that have been cured bv D. D. D. Alan a o-reat many oures have been made here. out oniv a lew rjeonla are willincr tn have their names put in the papers, uut it. X. vtlison. 242 antn avenna and Ed Wehr, 2214 Fifth avenue, ean tell you all about it; also if vou call at the D. D. D. oflice they can give you more names oi our citizens who will recommend this D. D. D. cure. Also the free' trials that wera tri van out the first of the week will still be given out the rest of this week. Prof. Martin holds beautiful medals for his great work. D. D. D. oures skin diseases only. Prof. Martin's rupture cure alio is no medicine. See ad ia this oolumn. Call or write frof. Martin, Hotel Downs, Daven port." ARE YOU RUPTURED? Special OOsr te All Was Call ap Till Son der, Anar.7. If so, call on Prof. Martin, the founder and disooverer of a cure for an reaneeame nernies. This is a new discovery, only 19 months old, and never made a failure on aay case in that time. No medicine, do eper. atlon.noinjection.nopain.no risk to run, and no spring trusses or straps between the limbs. We hold yonr rupture without any pressure or truss, and heal the broken parts together. A special offer to all who call up till Sunday. Aug. 7, and will give this cure ont to all and charge nothing for the cure. I Irave a great many testimonials here. About every seventh person is rup tured, and I make this offrr to get more testimonials, and introduce my prooees. If yon have time it will pay ycu to come over and exam ine this. I will pay yonr street car fare both ways, so you are out noth ing but your time. It has been one month since this permanent office has been opened, and I now hold testimonials from both . ladies and men, who sav there is nothinv like it for comfort, holding and speedy cure. I hold beautiful medals pre sented to me from different - states. speaking the highest praises for this uiBKuvery. oe ware oi operations, in jections and medicines. They , will cause you pain, big money and maybe your life. Ton have no risk to run if you take this remedy. This offer is not trood after this weak Call or address. Pho. Mabtik, Hotel Downs, Davenport. KheamatUm Oared la 24 Hoars. T. J. Black more. nf Hallar A Blackmore, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short time since I procured a bottle of Mystic Cure. It got me out of the house in 24 hours. J took to my bed with rheumatism nine mttaths ago and the Mystic Cure is the only lueuiuina mat aia me any good. I had five of the best physicians in the oity, but I received very little relief from them." Sold hv Ottn flrntian 1501 Second avenue, druggist. Book Island; Gnst Schleeel & Son. 220 West Second street. Davenport. Beat Tobaaea I pit aaa SsMfct Tear lASs Avar. If you want to quit tobaoco nsintr easily and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bao. tha wonder- worker that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in tea days. Over 400.000 cured. Bn Nn.Tn.Ru from yonr own druggist, who will guarantee a cure. Booklets and sam- Sles mailed free. Addresi Sterling emedy company, Chicago or New Wheat Tom Take Yaar V the mist necessary artiole lo have witu yum vaiter your pooaei doob) is i a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute Dreventinn nr enra oi an' derangements of the bowels caused vj a tuacge ot water, ion are likely to need it. Sold by M. F. Bahnsen and T. II. Thomas, drug giste. IM Aneoa deUverad every eyen- ing at yonr door at I0e i i a fill. MUSINGS . ABOUT MILAN. e Tawa Oeeiaea SJoMa a Wares ateaS - a. Milan, Aug. 5. The council held vwry sum evasion last evening, and the motqultoee bussed around the craniums of tke eounellmea, making life at no time over-joyous ui iwia. , ria-eiuent isscair pre sided, and Tr as lees Rums. Whita Walker, A. Brown and G Brown. were present. Tbe treasurers re- Pn wu (jmis suuriDK, taere Do ing a total of 9599.75 in the trees. nrv. . The rartnrt af tha straat aad allev enmrnittss wraa raad ma.Iv.iI and placed on file. W. L. Marshall's vuuiiuuaicatiua in regard to tne slou?h OB tha aonth aids nf tha nans was placed on file. Tke lamp iight- w a icpurt was received, alter WBlOtt the followlne- . bills wars . allnssad and orders drawn tor the same: B. Caruthers. 11.05; Penn Tank Line company, 4 50; John Caruthers. 90; F. O. White.. 20 cents; D. K. South, (10: Oscar Preaontt tin- Tra U'hita 60ceats; Nay Wilson, 75 cents W.' Goldsmith. 7.68: C. H. Smith. I27.J4. A Commnnieatinn from J. P Mil. ler A Co.. of Chicago, waa than read. The - artesian well la failing on ac count oi several leaks below the Casincr. and thia firm errnta in iaoard to the work. The well will have to be eased nearly two hundred feet and the bill will coma tn ahnnt tafWI After a great deal of disoussion the a. j . ..... mo auc water committee was au thorised to allow the company to pvuuvvju.. Edward Lane ratnrned hnma last Saturday after anendinv a faw va in the Colorado gold mines. Ed looks healthy and the mountain air uaa no uouoi oenentea mm. Mike uane leu lor Alaska, and his brother Will is still in Colorado. G. W. MoCaskrin waa khan an. pointed attornev for tha tna. tn the remainder of the year, after wDtcn tne counoii adjourned. Hone of the council objected to adjourn. A. son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Brasher, of Black tiawa, iriaay morning. Mr. and Mrs. William Haath era the proud pareats of a son, who ar- uveu criuay morning. IHi COTRI TaUSTU. Auar. S Edward B. riasar tn inks E. Williams and Annie R. Williams, tract south of let 9, block 176, East Moline. 9300. Florence B. Fisk to Luev B. Fisk. part assessor's lot 35. 11 ift i $2,350. Hannah Wells to Frank- Rnffam lot 1, tract in sw ne 26, 17, Iw. 9 J. A. H. Fraser to Frank BnfTnm lot 1. tract in aw nel 96. 17. Bar. 9100. ' Samuel C. Waklew to A. FT. Fraaar lot 1. traet in swl nl 2C. 17. tar. 9100. ' M. M. Sturgeon to William 8. Boat- gsss, lot 10. block IS. 8peneer A Case's add.. Book Island, $2,000. James w. linnet to Francis M. Sinnet, lot 19, bleek 9, lots 8. 9, and 10, block 4. Sinnet's add.. Rook Isl and, 91. Loose Clothes and dawnv nnahinna brin i? only a negative sort of mm. fort to the woman who is suffering with some disease or derangement of the organs distinctly feminine Some clothes and some positions make the pain and tbe discomfort seem less. Perhaps the nerves are most affected and this in torn dls. turbB- the direstioa. Nothino- will ever completely relieve but a radical care, xne stars oi so-called "female eom plaints" may be a very sligh utug iuubwu it nay oe mat tn tne beginning some small aygienio meseures would stop the trouble. Certainly at this time, a little bit of the right medicine would stop it. When the trouble becomes worse, it is harder to cure, but still It can be cured. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription will positively cure any irouoie ot tnis onaracter. it may be absolutely relied upon. It at fords lasting relief to a woman whose natural modesty has kept her from consulting a physloian. Send 21 Cents in 1-cent akamna in World's Dispensary Medical associa tion, ounaio, ti. i., ana receive Dr. Pierce's 1.008 save Common Hanaa Medical Adviser." profusely lllus- tratarf F Before Tea BlCe Tear WAeel Be SUra TOD ahaka intn vnir ahnaa Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It keens vonr feat cool and comfortable, prevents sweating feet, and makes your endurance ten-fold greater. Over 100,000 wheel peo people are nsins Allen's Foot-Easa. They all praise it. Ladies, insist on naving it it gives rest and comfort aad prevents smarting, hot. swollen, aching feet. At all druggists and shoe stores, 25 cents. Sample free by malL Address. Allen 8. siiinsted. Le Boy, N. r. It is not generally known that more adults die of kidney trouble than any other disease. When the first symptoms ef this disease appear no time ahould be lost in taking Fo ley's Kidney Cure, which is guaran. teed or money refunded. Sold by M. F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas, druggists. Sa WaeV Matthews Durr Mam Albeniaa UeAke.... faul B. VletA Mies Aurista atoeUer Charles aueta Miss Matilda af. afaadel . Joelah Boobam MiasHaansh Ahla-rwa W.llsm Burke Miss Brloret Woods James F. Swale M las Lizzie R. Attea Buffalo. Iowa Buffalo. Iowa ...... ... Daves port Davenport Sooth RVek Lilsad Boea IalaaS Molina ...... ...... . .Mollaa Uoek lalaad Bowk lslaad Muaeatlae Moaaaimta KNEW STYLES S LOWEST PRICES. Mew Line of Art W. S. HOLBROOKsy Furniture and 103, 105, 107 East Seoond 8treet, fcHICAGO MEDICAL INST1XUTE "aWaaa Our Klectrte ATartatna tor thm tn.lm.,1 w " in, nnsnmsTiBBt. ana A Hay Work. CONSULTATION PPRR. NfiaVOCS DEBILITT Exhaustive drains, aleeplessness. threatened Is miwman. ateatal ssiastoaa, er sal ethet eeacttioa aaa at wmu nests, a CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism. Scrofula, Syphilis. Bloo KldM. UTaf aaAtafl MMtm " amaaa tmk saa.taalaB A1 at " tawoi stedictaie. VARICOCELE Is the most active eaWMtilS Wflh OtlMTB bsB TM !- Ssetbedf Urdmcelaeurad ika. daa. CI.. " " ro Sae WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their set should eon salt vs. WeteveeBjnwTeaeessveaapesVleaL earn . . eperatloru performed at jour aoau if deetd. Abeaattaal aa ssar asia5a!5 ra.,LAu mcaaisnus eupernuous o ONLT CURABLE CASES TAKES o If jss isaaiiaslLwilta. Haadress earew aw taan. Smai a. is a .... .. t sotsiiso. Bast of raferencea and eredoaUal. Office days Sorliit J air sad Auxuta-Banday, Moaday. Tsesdsy sad Wedaetday ealy DR. J. E. IVflLSH. OFFICE 124 W. Third St., atoCullomga, BaUdiag, Dave-port, Iowa V at r Your Orocer Will Give You White Cloud a"ks at aVS a Uli U OPOOI containing 20 yards of the best sew ing silk with every small size cake White Cloud Floating Soap. The cost of this spcon ana sltlwji ui m k rnm? nut our pocket entirely it's one of our ways of advertis ing. We want you to get acquainted with the whitest floating soap on the market. If your grocer can not supply you, send us his address. JADE 0HLT BY JAS. So KlRK & CO., ".CAGO. . THE LARGEST SOAP MANUFACTUKERS Ve Can't Please Bnt we do please 9ft per their laundry to do the wao can get pieaeea eisewaere. Let as serve you. Our Process is Not a Secret One. Wa only use Soap, Water. Starch,' If escle, Oeod Machinery aad Brains, Visit as whoa tea wish. If for any reason you left as, don't ha ashamed to -eoate back a(ala Wo are act aroad. VtiZ,YLm Rock ifli&nd Atanca Lanndn EVERY tVOAM For sale by A. J. Betas, Druggist, ataaW -.4 a Sa Squares Just Arrived. Carpets. T- 1 DAYlVrOKT. EstabUsecd by DRS. WALSH SpeciaUsts In Chronic, Nervous and Special Disease : Ul lAiUl dCAC. , . "'-w" D aevaaeaa i cause of nervous deblKty. Why trea wWaaB A taaSaaB.a aaaaaa. e - - - .a a . hair removed. TbU Silver-Piated TEASPSON 0 with evrry laraw Floating Soap 1 at 0 w v r 0 ft f nr . . . ' IS THE WOULD. EiTADttSKnO li. Everyone cent ef the people who i needful with. Tea might warllaaKaaw;y,tetlatlat wiililsi. Oely SiraUawSBal Sock Island, IU.