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THIS ARGUS. FBIDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1897.
THE ARGUS. rWaktC D I T and Weekly at 1CU Second Arsons, Bora Island, BJ. Entered at tlx pott- flc es second-dase ma'ttr.) J. l . POTTIB Pablisber TERHS-Delly, 10 cent per week. Weekly, ft m. annate ; la advance II SA. T All teenaa&lcatlotaeJ political or aryuaicBt tl re chart. tar, politMel or religions, matt bat rutMMB attar bid lor publleatktn. Mo tack srUele wjl) b printed, over acutkmf elgsatorea. wsrTeeaoad.BC. sotiUed from awry township f RiDATr UOTUBIK 29, 1897. Mats, it wu bat natural tor a Creak to try to water the warrants drawn on Uncle Sam' treasury. St. Louis Bepnolic. A. J. Rons, of San Francisco, bas just made a good photograph of Cape Horn and is said to be the only man who bas ever accomplished the feat. John Bowie Stbamqk camp of confederate veterans of Charlottes ilia. iVa., bas perfected a plan for the erection of an equestrian statue of Stonewall Jackson. Tnc number of pilgrims to Barns' birthplace last year was 38,000. Dar ing the same period 30,000 persona visited Shakespeare's bouse at Strat-ford-on-Avon, and 1,108 paid a trib ute to the memory of Thomas Car lyle by going to see his old hoae at Koclefecban. It is announced that under no cir cumstances will Gov. Tanner call a special session of tho legisla ture liut as the (juincy Herald re. marks, if it were possible to pass a gerrymander which would help him to tho senate he would have a special session in a minute, but 89 it was naked for the purposo of amending the revenue laws he sees no occasion for it. Tint people of New York di clar that Mayor Strong was elected on a reform platform, and cverv place in bis administration of affairs the rule of eitravagance prevails. Soth Low is posing as a "reform" candidate of (, roster New York. And Major mrong la one oi his supporters. The Indications at present are that New York City has had enough of Mayor strong's kind oi "reform" and will eleet Van Wyck. Thk New York Times marvels at the recent decision of a United States eourt that ther is no property right in an advertisement, for as it save: The money value of an original idea in the writing or illustrating of ad vertisements is often much groater man me money value of a poem or a story, in whose defense the law would set all its machinery in mo tion." Some of these days the law's defect will be remedied. Meanwhile, there is one great quality of advertis ing which cannot be misappropriated individuality. The advertiser who has that in his style has something Doner man a trademark. Trig state board of oharlties, while at Peoria yesterday, paid a visit to the new asylum for incurable insane, ine ciaim Deing made that the build ing already erected is overa deserted coal shaft, and that there is danger oi a coiispse oitoe entire institution. Thore are letral difficulties in th of adopting new plans, sinco the ap propriations already made are for a speclOo parpose. Should it be de cided that it will be unwise to go ahoad with the present building and that it is not possible to use the Dresent arjrjrorjrtatinn for tho atruction of a different building a deadlock will ensue, from which the only way out will be to stop work utugeiuer bdu reier ine wnoie quej tion to the neit general assembly. Aehaowlatfgaasat From Bryaa. J. A. McDonald, wha ia fnrn. man of the Aledo Democrat, has re ceived a letter from the Hon. W. J. Bryan. Mr. McDonald was a rest, dent of Monmouth until movine to .1-1 . I m . aiouo recently, ana auring tne cam paign last fall was secretary of the Bryan Free Silver club. After the campaign the club waa reorganized to continue permanently, and Mr. McDonald, still holding the office of secretary, wrote to Mr. nrvan t.t. ing the action which had been taken and conveying to him the compli ments oitneciuo. air. uryan a re Dlv is as follows: Lincoln. Neb.. Oct. 16, 1897. John A. McDonald. Erq.. Monmouth, III My Dear Sir: Your favor of Nov. 16, 1896. haa inat coma to nv attAnttnn aa my mail waa so heavy last winter it wae impossioie so respond promptly- I beg to thank yon and through you the members of the club for the kindly sentiments expressed. I am gratified to know that yon intend to maintain your organization and con tinue In the contest for the resto ration of . bimetallism: It we were right during the campaign we are still right and onr position will be vindicated. With best wishes and kindly greet, ing to your mem -ere, I am. v - Ver; truly yours, W. J. BRIAN 99 cents for 60-eent underwear at the big M. A K. store. Sal opens tomorrow. -.. . . ...... la fVlMiiau ..... MARSHALL P. WILDER. A Sketch of tho Little Humorist aa Writ ten toy Himself. I was born nine years after Bill Nye, in the state of New York. At one year I made a kick, and my father moved me from out of the state into the city of New York. My father, being a physi cian, later took me to Hartford for my health, wIhts I began to laugh and grow fat I have been laughing ever since. My first partner in the funny business was the red beaded son of tbe jailer in Hartford. Ho played Buffalo Bill tbe only one vrtio ever played the part with red hair, but that was bis coDCppH" of it We made monuy. Onr btae v. as tbe scaffold, which was kept in tbe garret, exctpt when there vr as a hanging, when we took off tbe play.'' On returning to New York city, I found myself without the red headed friend and without means. For a time I buried my talent in Bradstreet's agency as file boy at $3 per week. I mixed in no many Jokes with my work that the letters didn't read seriously enough. Thou I went to England and waited for things to come my way. They came in a walk, while the $20 I had left kept going in a trot I found that living in a small hall bedroom made me iia:row minded, so I staid ont in tbe paik several nights to give my self room, as well as to air my ropertoy. I concluded it was weak in me to bury my gifts simply because I was in hard luck, so I began a series of free enter tainments and becanio so popular that I began taking three cups of coffee a day, instead of one, as heretofore. Among those who took advantage of tho cheap prices was the Princo of Wales. It cost him nothing to laugh, so ho laughed. Sevwal people wanted to know what he wus toughing at He re plied, "That." I had told a joke about tho mother-in-law which struck the lost chord in the prince's heart and woko up a recpensi ve, sympathetic pang. I havo been charging all I-conld get far my services ever since. Being a Kepnb licon, I struck myself off the free list, as x no longer consider myself raw ma terial. For several years now I have been in this city, nm known by nearly all the street car drivers, who never fail to hunt me np before I get off. My family consists of my father, who.se cou.taut, patient companion I am. In retaliation for my "gags" he prac tices daily his school of homeopathy on ma It is hard to tell which nets the worst of it Wo have as many rooms a we wisn, trot only one home. His head is silver heart gold. We are pals. In this autobiography I have, in my shrinking way, left out most cf my strong points, as is becoming at such times. Yet, if I havo unjustly Slander ed myself, there be others who -have the richt to set me sonare before an mil:. raged public. Far be it from mo to do myself Justice. The end. Merrily yours. Marshall P. Wilder in Empire Mag azine. ripe Made of a. 6eal'a Task. A pipo made out of a seal's tusk was een at the Wearo offico recently. The stein is nearly a foot long and is quaintly illustrated with representa tions of life under tho arctic circle. Tho twtist was an Indian, and the littlo skutches ia India ink show tip very well against tho ivory background.. Tbnro is a reindeer about to fall un der the arrow of an archer. Ther is a sledgo drawn by dogs. Fir trees, tepees, a fishing eecTio, where the captives are being bmnght to shore iu a net, arc all true to Jifa - Another ornament of the same rliar acter is a nair nf vnlmu tnulra witv. a. lineations of other Alaskan scenes, with mo zqx ana tno white polar bear in evi denee: also an Eskimo levelinff ft mm or. tho latter. - .It is said that tn nArt tn thn tomv. overland travel in tho long winter months tho larger wild animals are of- rcn unven ny Hunger toattack tho trails men, and Hacks of ferocious wolves will besiego a camp for days, attacking tho horses and reindeer aa well ii u tlm Wro More than one riLravnn li w twroi Arna tr. death in this manner, as the whitened cones strewn along the tracks show. Chicago Inter Ocean. Standi At the Bead.. AuSTUSt J. Boirel. thA lnarlino- druggist of Snreveport, La., says: Dr. King's New Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough, and it is the best seller I have." .1 v Campbell, merchant of Stafford, An., writes: ur. King's New Dis covery is all that is claimed for it; It never fails, and is a sure cere for Consumption. COUChs and rnlrla T cannot say enough for its merits." Dr. King's New Discovery for con sumption, coughs and colds is not a experiment, it nas Deen tried for a quarter of a century, and today stands at the head. It never disan- points. Free trial bottle at Harts A Ullemeyer's drug store. Cascarets CandT Cathartln. most wonderful m11rl llim.i. the age, pleasant and refreshing to , act genuy ana positively on the bowels, cleansing the entire system, dissel eolds. rnr hA.H.nh fever, habitual constipation and bil iousness. Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. today; 10. 25. 60 cents. Sold and o-nar antral tn Ann K sail druggists. Yon orient to know that h.. suffering from anr kM RAW tvnitKlA a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kid- -j uuaranieea or money re funded. For sale bv T. H. Thnm.. fltfk. ai ua at -' 29 cents for fiO-flent !.... tbe biff M. A K. atnr K.l. toKorfow. w"" CLIP THIS OUT. It Will Save Many a Dollar and Prevent a Heap of Domestic Trouble. Some men are very entertaining whon first introduced, but they soon become exhausted and run out..jQn, , a second or third interview they are flat and monotonous. Like a street organ, we soon hear all their tunes, but like that instrument they cannot be retuned so easily. Some reme dies are very effective for one trial, but they soon exhaust their virtues. Like nltra or buchu they do their work once, but unlike Doan'a Kidney Pills they are useless and positively hurtful when tried a second time. The secret of the success of Doan's Pills lies in their intrinsic merit. They do their work thoroughly and they can be appealed to again and again when trouble arises, and they respond as effectively to the appeal as when first employed. Unlike all remedies for the kidneys put upon the market they have been able to stay. Unlike all others they have never attempted spasmodic or eratic means to force a sale. They have kept on the even tenor of their way," slowly but turely distanoing all competitors until they are so thoroughly entrenched in the ma jority of the states they cannot be dislodged. There isn't an import ant town or city any where in the union but publishes daily, statements from residents of that' town or oity. Every town-and city has its own people to deal with, has statements from people they know to confirm or disprove. No ether kidney remedy or any remedy does or can do this. There is only one legitimate conclu sion to arrive at, the remedy that does it has more than elaborate ad vertising to sustain its representa tion. It has intrinsic merit, in herent qualities, possesses some mar velous potent power; in fine it does its work thoroughly and well. Doan's Kidney Pills are sold for 60 cents a box by all dealers, or sent by mail on receipt of price by Fostnr-Milburn company, Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan'a and take no substitute. For sale by Marshall & Fisher. LET "WIFEY" SHOP FOR YOU She Always nas a, Sharper Nose Ibf al Bargains. Tho sign which eausht Mrs. Dawson's eye read: "Sr.its 20. Positively tho iasc ween. Keguiar trice $30. " Mrs. Dawson had the womanly love for a bargain, the had often spent TO cents' car fare to secure somo lovely treasure that was marked down from SI to t)S cents just for that day. She was more than provoked that Dawson, who was with her, did not grow enthu siastic. "Yoa know yen need a rait," said Mrs. Dawson. "Why not order it now and save $ 10. " Dawson was certain tho suits would bo as cheap next week, but his wife re fused to move on and dragged the help less man into tho store. The polite clerk assured theia that it was the bar gain of the century and that this week was positively the last With mental protests, but with out ward calm, Dawson, liko clay in the hands of the potter, allowed himself to le measured. Then ha left, a He called in fonr days and took the "There," exclaimed Mrs. Dawson, in triumph, whnn her husband sprearerl arrayed in bis new suit, "you ne-oer had a better fit nor a more becomutg pattern. Just think bow much inonqy your wife suved for you by being on.tbe lookout for a bargain I" Mr. Dawsou preserved a dignified si lence nnd waited patiently for his bet ter half to get her hat on straightrpre paratory to accompanying him to 'the city. Mrs. Dawson awaited with impa tience the passing of tho ertoro where she had saved money fox her husband. She wanted to call big attention to the fact again that bo might remain prop erly thankful With all the raith of n. vmsn at Dawson was convinced that the Bales- man was telling tho truth when he as sured her it was the lut iroolr. i,o. $20 sale. She looked for the window, and her faith was rewarded. It hadt been the last week. The sign now ead, "Any Suit In This Window flC T Chicago Record. A Beat Catarrh Car. The lO.nent trial ato nl trii. Cream Balm, which can be had of the druggist, is sufficient to demon strate its great merit. Sent 10 cents, we will mail it. Full sixo 50 cents. vr.v rri-is 66 Warren S'.reet, New York City. Catarrh crni .ii. t;r;ni in . v . Wlillu.tl Dl in? and to . i. . hearing, rjy the use of Ely's Ci ream Balm dropping 0f mucus has ce wed. voice ana hearing have greatly im proved 1, v ... t Law. Monmouth, HL throsOe Bhamaaattaaa Cared. Dr. H. B. HAttincrai- I.rfi.i i : lna says: "For several m on the ftr "Tai,unKni7 ankle 1 WM ei merely afflicted with rheumatism. I Jinally tried Detcbon'a 'Mystic Cun . for rheumatism, and in fonr days could Walk Without HIT can? tarn ' nttlo. cured me sound and welL So-ld by Utto brr.tjan, druggist, 1501 Second avenue. Rock Island. Gust S chlegel & Son, 220 Wee Second atrei , Davenport.- REACHED FAME AT A BOUND Hew tbe Famena Dialer Novelist Made His First Hit. Tho man who had sprung into sn&rira prominence in the literary world had grown a trifle reminiscent under the influence of a good cigar and a small bottle, and one of the members of the party decided that there could be no better time to get the story of his re markable success. "I do not recall that any one ever be came more suddenly famous in the lit erary world than you," suggested' the curious one. "I imagine that I came very close to breaking a record. " replied the literary light "One day you were unknown, and the next day every literary critic in the country was singing your praise and people were standing in line to buy your books," continued the curious one. "Quito true," admitted the literary light "My reputation was made by a Eingle story, and that story might be called an accident " ' "That's what I want to get at" ex plained tho curious ona "I want to hear the story of that story. Where did you get the idea and what impelled you to write it? What was your inspire tion?" Tbe literary light laughed and reached for his glass. " "Tho secret of that story is soon told, " he eaid as 60on as the glass was empty. "You see, I had a typewriter." "Yours and pretty?" they all broke in. "Machine, not operator," explained the literary light "Machine was all I could afford at that time, nnd I had to get that on the installment plan. I ran it myself, you know." "Well? Goon." - "One day I thoughtlessly went out without putting the cover on it, and my 0-year-old boy got at it " "Couldn't run it, could he?" they asked. "Of course not, but I'd let him help me put the paper in and take it out nn til ho had mustered that much of the operation of tho machine, and as tho click of it plcasoil him and there was no one there to stop Lim ho hammered away at it for about two hours." rmt what nas that to do with your story?" "That was the- story,"" answered the literary light "When I Eaw what he had done, I gatheiTod tho pages to get her, numbered, them, got up a title and sent the whole thing to a leading magazino with a note saying that it was a dialect story of a Scotch-Welsh settlement that got mixed up with the Lmtch in South Africa, and well, I haven't had to do a thing sinco then except buy typewriters for tho boy. He's a little bit rough at times, but so long as he doesn't smash over one ma chine a month I csji afford it" Chi cago Post GLUTTONY'S PENALTY. lives ThatiAre Shot toned by the Pleasures or the Table. In spib) of the warnings and com mands of 'family plrysicians, in spito of the many examples of shortened lives and lives of suffering, men will yield to the seductiveness; of tho pleasures of the tabic The ejiectacle of tbe man who overeats or wfio deliberately eats improper food is common enongh, but rarely do we see as plain evidence of the ad miration far the glutton which ooitai:a people possess as that which the daily "papers some time ago afforded. A well known boniace died at an age whn he onght to have been enjoying robast-and vigorous health. Some slight mention was made of bis business ven tures, of his daily Hfc, of his reason for living. Bat all this part of his exist ence waa unmatearal and uninteresting. The great and pzaiseworthy features of his life seem to have been gastronomic feats and a general ability to cat and drink enormousr. He was lauded, as tbe prinae of bon vivants, the man who could eat a huge dinner and shortly thereafter swallow a brace of broiled lobsters and a couple of Welsh rabbits. washed down witii copious libations of Vintages or distill ages or fermcntagee. ' During his lart illness, when his phy sicians enjoined rest in bed and a scru pulously careful diet, we read that he was game enough to dress and go out on the hotel porch to sit winding np his imprudence (and incidentally his life) witha hearty meal, in defiance of the medics 1 directions. This last piece of bravado was apparently considered by certain newspaper reporters as an achievemer-t fit to rank with a victory on a battlefield, and the glutton was ad miringly mentioned as though he were a brilliant and fearless hero, risking his life in awortby cause. The newspapers were not creating a sentiment, but merely catering to one already formedl in thus aiding gluttony. The only cancfusion we can draw is that the epicurean philosophy still has its cult, and ttmt many a man's motto Is, let us eatand drink, far tomorrow we die." Tbe .case is left to the moral ist American Medical-Surgical Bul letin. Te Make, an Oyster Cocktail. An-oyster cocktail is made by putting int04 glass ball a doaen tiny little oys ters,, to which add a few drops of tabas co, a pinch ef salt a teaspoonful of Worcestershire sauce, a teaspoonful of tomato ketchup and a tablepsoonf ul of lemon juice. airs. s. T. Borer in La dies') Home Journal. To Car Cold la Oat Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quine Tablets. All druggists refund tbe money if it tails to cure. 200. CASTORIA For Infante andCluldren. in alia . w-z--rBHv m AN ORDINANCE Creatine a Board of Kxim'ners of Plumbers and Fixing the Fees for Certificates and Preserlbing' a Penalty tor Doing PlumblBf Work Without a Certifi cate. Be it ordained by the City Council ot the city oi itock Island. ARTICLE ONE. Sec. 1. There Is hereby created a Board of Examiners of Plumbers far the city of Kork Island consisting of three memarrs. one of whom shell be the chairman of the Hoard of Health who shall be ex -officio chairman of the akmrd -of Examiners and a second member wha shall be a master plumber, and a third who shall be a Journeyman plumber Said second and third members shall be appointed by the' Mayor and appeared by the City Coun cil ana snail Hold their office for a term of one year from the first day of May. in the year of appointment and thereafter they shall oe appointed annually at tbe nrst rea-ula meeting ef tbe City Council in May ot each and eyery year. Sec. 2. Two member of the said Board of Examiners shall constitute a quorum fur the transaction of all business. Sec. i. The said Hoard of Examiners shall elect one of their rcembem clerk of the amid Hoard whose duly it shall be to fcre.t a rec ord of tbe meetlnira ef the said Board and to register the name and residences ot all per sons examined by the said Hoard and tbe kiud nf certitlcates Issued to each, if any, and the date thereof. Sec. 4. Any person dssirlne tn he n. a mined for a certificate as a master plumber or employing plunibvr or a Journeyman plumber by the Hoard hereby created, shall make application therefore to the said Board of Examiners on blanks furnished by the id Hoard and such applications shall be accompanied by a receipt from the City Clerk ot the fee herein provided for. which sum shall be in full payment ot all charges con- neciea nerrwitn. Sep. 5. The Hoard of Examiners shall at stated times and on due notice, meet to con sider applications of persona or firms to be examined for certificates as master r lumbers er employing plumpers or journeymen plumb ers ana snau exmaine ail applicants as to their qtialilicsttorrs to carry on the business cf plumbing. ras-Otting and eonstmrlne rea- iiaiion. arainage. sewer, sou and waste pities or connections therewith snd shall Issue a certificate In a form approved by the Hoard ot examiners tn earn applicant found quail. ned to the satisfaction of the said Hoard; tbe fee for a certificate for a master plumber or entpkiying plumber shall be fire .".. wt dol lars ana ior m journeymen plumber one itl.fnt dollar and said certificates shall state netn-r it sutnorixes the holder thereof to enrage in the work of plumbing as a master Plumber or an employing plumber or journeyman plumber. Sec. . The health officer shall receive no compensation for his services as chairman of tne iiearo of examiners other thsn his rren lar salary as Comnii-isioner of Health The master plumber and tbe Journeyman plumber nan eacn receive si .en for each and every meeting of the Hoard. Provided: that in rase the plumbing Inspector is a member of the Hoard be shall receive no extra compensation ior nil services t Hereon. Sec. 7. Any person who shall en rare in the work or business of plumbing in the city of Rmk bland either as a master nlumher or employing plumber or a journeyman plumber wiinuui. nrsi naving omainca m certificate from- a duly quahft.il Hoard of Examiners within the state of Illinois shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and be subject to a fine of not lesa thsn five r..Oo( dollars nor more man fifty iiM.Q") dollars, for each and every enense. Passed: Vtonor ISth. 1M7. Approved: T. .1. MEPILL. JR.. Vavor, Attest: A. D. Ill'KSIXC, City Clerk. AN ORDINANCE To Amend Sections Three and Five of Chap ter Three or General Ordinances of the City of Rock Island entitled ' Reru latloni.,, Be it ordained by the City Council of the city ot Koea isiana. See. 1. That section three of aald ordln. ance be amended as follows: Any persons who shall Diirehase tleketa in the amount of Ave (K.OOl dollars shall he al lowed a reduction of ten (10 oer cent! ner cent thereon and any person crossing: said Dringes wnn any wagon, carriage, cart or vehicle who shall pay the prescribed toll thereon, shall be Riven a return ticket which will entitle the bolder thereof to cross the said bridges free of toll on bis return of tbe same continuous trip on presentation of the saia ticKet. Sec. 2. That section five of said ordinance be amended as follows: o person shall ride or drive any animal across or upon said bridges or any of them lastnr man a want, nor snail any person or persons drive foams with wagons loaded with more than one ton of weight nnon the said bridges or any of them without leaving iMue ueiween sain wagons ot at least thirty foot. Any person violating any of the pro visions of this section shall be fined nnon conviction nf each offense not loss than 11.00 or more man ao.isi. Passed: Sept. 20. 1!!7. Approved: T. J. MKDILL. JR.. Mayor. Attest: A. D. HIESIXO, City Clerk. Snbaeribe for Tirs A bo us. Amusements. Harper's Theatre, Cbas. Blsoib, Manager. : . ;. OneNisht Onlj, Sunday Night, Oct. 31. THE Graham-Earl Co. In the Sensational Comedy Drama, entitled "TBE INSIDE TBA6K" A Great Bealistio Fire Scene. The Latest Specialties. POPULAR PRICES. Prices 10, and SOe. Beat now oa sale at Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals will be received at the city clerk's office. Roek Island, until Monda. nine. ?' ' 8 "'clock p. a.; for eons trnct Ing tae uupvw.vinvii. nniem n SW OnUnSASje I btledas follows: "An ordinance fur the con ruction of a sewer on Forty-thlrJ strrec, from a point one handred feet orrk of the north line of Fifth evense to tbe Mississippi river. " Plans and specifications can be teen at the city Clerk's ofBre. AU tods must be aeeompansid with a certlBed cnecs in we turn of are kaadred (SSuO) dollars payable to the order ot the mayor of tBls city, in case the bidder shall fail to eater Into contract, within tea OS) days after tbe swardina- of said contract,! with approved sureties execute the work for the price sxenrioned la his bid. Bock Island, IlL, Oct. . IfMTf. A. D. Btraam, City Clark, le c:::rs rem Entm kex. trial tuiilT hedatST la. Jctt elirectlv to taw T the ielte-IJrtsawy isrsrajta, reejmirwS mt el let. Cat t4 Is 1 Is 1 ira Wall plaint sack ay ssjau, !., A. t. Jjsm. Fowth Aeaaas Prog Mora, ssW mm p mm mm 1 sf si . . . f.g'J iuires everlasting poting ana raiting mat is v .j not one Hour and cold the 0' i? and sends the heat tip tlie tc moa stove troubles, nil rr of which have been over- y come in JEWEL STOVES if AND RANGES. If yon want a stove or range that will last a lifetime, and give yon perfect satisfac 5 7 tion as long as it lasts, ask !j the dealer for a "Jewel," and look for the famous ; trade-mark. Jewel Store Afem Mvers Here at tfome YOU CAN PROCURE Tim Liquid Malt Food THE woll known product of the CHICAGO B!iF- ING COMPANY that bas beoome no justly pop. nlar in building np the jab-m. It is a cnr.rritratl extract of select Malt and Hops aM pive Jaiopl miraculous assistance to convuletxvnt.a, carsicc mothers, etc. The Chicago Urcwlns Co', .ltc.s Ueer has also made a reputation for it-lf am! eta be or. cored from the local branch telephone lsofc. s. jaXiXrS, Muiar Nineteenth St. and First Ave. When You Put You'll want a new part, a grate, lining, leg or lid, perhaps. Bring us the o!d casting and we'll make a new one at about half the cost in Chicago or elsewhere. NOVELTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Makers of Fine Light Gray Iron Castings, rat terns. Models, etc PHONE 1S56. - - N03. 528. 630, 632 TWENTY-FOURTH STBEET EVERY WOMAN omsstaus weeds a reliable, exaatcly, mrc1ati:is evdieVie. Orly t aratleas aSxt aapmrastdrugsshetud beoasd. U jenwaaitaeUa,r--t Dr. Peal's Pcsss.roal Fiiis Thr ar pranpt, mmSm t4 m1aIb la resmlt. Tbe rsfitae ( in. IkJs) txvrrx 4im an..t. Coat akamoreathaMaw. at I Call . - Ls- . 14 -, m . . awawf wonsa-vaf For sale by A. J. Relsa. Druggist. LQAL- Admlnlstrator's Notioe. BsUte of Henry Carsteaaca, di The oaderalzned hannc been anomnted ad mlnistraulx of the eatato of limry (Hrt teneen. late ot the county of itock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, herelrf sires notice that she will appear before the roomy court of Rock Island county, at the o8e of lie clerk of eaid court, la the city of Bock Island, at tn. Do cembtr tetm, on the Srst Monday la December next, at which time all persons hvr.r claims against said estate are notified and req.uer.ed te attend for the parpose of bevies; the rame ad Justed. All persons Indebted to ssld estate arc re- Jneeted to suae Imaiarti.U payment to the w eralaned. Dated tb' 231 da of 8pptember A. D.. 1KT. Gnacx Cahstsmu, Admlnlctrsurik. Sealed Proposals TnTitad. Scaled bids will be Revived st tbeofflef Drack A Kerns, architects. Odd Fellow bnildinz. Bock Island, 111., for the eon .miction of tbn head ofllee buiKlirr for tbe Modern Woodmen of America, until Monday, Nov. 15. IW, not laser than Ito'clockm. Also eparaie bide or pro posals will be received for famish he thebtat Ink and ventilation apparatus, for elevators, for fluuMnit. for msn'eia and fire grate, for ra and electric wiring and for paint decorations, until Jan. 11. lHM.nl la o'clock noon. flsns may be eeeo at tbe offloa of the arcM tects on and after Oct. IS. 197. Tbe board of directors of the Modern Wood men reserve the tlirht to reiect any aod all bids. B'.dsmast be aeroaipanied with acenlned cheek of t pr cert of the amonnt of tbe bid as a guar antee that the binder will eater Into contract and give ro"d and stilfiHtnt bond. Building to be ;rxl2u fert. and to be fire proof throughout, and wi-1 be three etoree and base, meat. The banding will be of prcseel brick with terra copa and stone trimmings, and will be located at Hock Island, IlllnolK, Bock Island, 111., Oct. 14. l-97. r R. CHA1IBERLIH, v. INSURANCE AGENT For the Following Sat aod Bailable Oonvaides Traderi lna. Oo... .'.CMcas FTtreldeoee Vasbmgtoa laa,Oow rrorideaos Imperial lna. Oe Lonooa Calaadorlaa las. Oo...M....aMxabariek Kngr.k nrhma Iaa. Oa ........Liyarpool aad Horwalk PaetU las. Cfe . Hew Tork taaal Iaa. Oa . San Francisco Office Boom 80 Hitehell as Lynde! Block, TelepbOM Ho. 1020. .. . .. . . . i next that eats tii the fuel chimney f are Bold by & Company Up That Stove sja n iaa wbjbj e 1 he SUWAaB VIST ISAaUIOaj V. Rock Island. 111. The Bingley Bill After years of effort to se cure to the public a guaran tee of buying pure and un adulterated liquors, gave dis tillers the orivilecre of bottlin'r their product in bond under the direct supervision of the government, and requiring that each package should bear a stamp certifying the age and quality of its contents. We have secured thf? exclusive agency for Clark's pure rye Douiea under the above con ditions expressly for family and medicinal use. No med icine chest should be without an article that the public can fully depend upon as beintr what it retirements. If j goods are not satisfactory on - e trial they may be returned. On sale only at the ELI-EL ftnify Liquor Store 1706 Third Avenue. are the most fatal of all FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE i GUARANTEED remedy or money refunded. Con tains remedies recognized by all eminent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles. Price so4 aad Suos. F.avatMtoa. These are com- S SrGE5TST0V PLANTiN TflEVrafflji i le ie: Vi' 7