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TgP AgSUP gBIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1807;
nr pineal tei MO TAR U J Bottle ml irrnrroftii'ffrTitilK! Ir. Rell's rtin-lar-ll'j'iey l rtriMril iihov tittun. It U Itftlli ri't'-ti'iti;: rtmrjintif-- ft nrrnttt Hint Mir tiit rlni- t-.tiitiiiittl in Ihr lttic n tii rnr roni!ds ftfi it mt nil liinir. Ihrffff! ntitl fhi-Mf trtMilile nmrt- timcklv :nnl Pilot liiHlly than any ctthi-r remctly. (7 DR. BELL'S Pifi8Ti ca in mini ny bi i uniin(iTK or sen: npnn rs tripi of orlcw 2hr.:M and II t.r l.tl hv ? TW E. B. taibarlaww JIVrlU rr I . WANTED. WANTED TO HrY OR TRADE FOR A V T food borne. Kotiulre at Sit Twentieth street. IITTANTED A POSITION FOIt A LITTLE Vf ilrl to awtat in lioii-cwnrk or an nurne llrL Aaiircwi r. u , a u(cs omce. WANTED-AI.ENTS TO RF.I.L INSTALL merit irnoos. Apply to Kcllpse ICMuU Bent Company, 1IM.1 Hcoor.il avenue. VANTED-C1UMXKY9 TO SWEEP BY If ChinuKO 1111. tho sweeper. Can lis fvvnd at 1017 Second avenue, or telephone 111 Kt. VTANTET-C.(X)nS TO STORK IN CHEAP, v r cif in inn uant r torture rooms, witn ele vator at id-j HfooLd avenue. Johnny Jones. i wo rings on i n. VANTKI-TO I.FASK A 1HII.DINO FOR vT nmnufaotiirintr Wfnxlun work, with or without power: must hvtt aaltelilrtt; faollttlo.. Adilrc-w ".Meoufaaturur,'' aare of Iiieakols. Hr ANTED TO LOAN MONLY ON DIA v? monils. watohe. Jewelry, hardware, nu.toal Instruments, bfrvclns. olothlne, dry rooila, furniture, eto. Hlirhet uiwh prloca ca'd ror aeonna nana bohOm of au Hinan also. Trie above goods tor dilo at half the usual tore print? r A U baslncu trur.aa'Jt'orMi strictly eontldcnttal. Ilia new n-miber and location, lM fSriod Aventin on- forget It. i. W. donna Two Nnita on 1317. ron rzut. LMU KKNT-A I. Third avenue. FIVE RiOM FLAT Call at 14. & K. ON I41ltl KENT IIOI'SE Ktrept. Inquire of on FonTYTumn t . l. blcnet, -D FlltU avenue. TPOR RENT FOrR ROOM FLATONTWKN' -A' tletb street; 110 per month. Apply to . u. oMuura, aiasooio lempie Diocn. TAR RKNT-A T ROOM IIOI RE AT SIX JL tf"rnth avrntie anil Tfnth utroct. Inquire ui nira, I, nunremrr. iiiv rounn avenue. 1im nF.NT-tvRofM norsK eth avenue and Tenth utrtrt. ON SEV Newly pa- pered aml palntrd. Apply to Ueorire K. Jiolh, MUMIHIU tCOjpiU. FOR PA.LK IAJR BALK-TWO UOTXLS. GORDON a. How si an. "LIOR 8Af JJ-COAL tN ANY QUANTITY J. of hi huMieLi or over at ti W per ton, de livered V. o. I), to any purtof the city. Iave omen at Commercial bouse barber shop, Kock Inland. MISCELLANEOUS. tX)R SALE OR EXCHANGE A GOOD A' psvtnit haUrry buslncM at HOW Third ave ue. Owner wishes to enKaKe In other busl Bene. Will tnk" rrnl online In exchange. Call at above number lor particulars. I a asxoT 1 a BBTDT Ova Your Uim$ end Hon !' liuursd. Reidy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Boom 4, Mitchell A Ljnde b'ng. TeTephoce 1002. BY 101 so ABSOLUTELY CU1R1HTEED a s-Tia tik j Til uli ? i Vi Hon aaagreT f ?) lw1,V-- AS TO SMALL ARMS. Gen. Flagler and Senator Alli son Confer at Rock I si- " ' and Arsenal. WILL TAKE II UP AGAIN LATER. The Chi. f of Ordnance to Bemala la the TL rea Vitus Ssvetral Day lospeetlnc the Arse o 1 and the Opportunities far the Kstablltbmaat of the Slew Af Hilars Io- dastry Th r. Gen. D. W. Flakier, chief of ord nance, U. h. A., is the guest of Jadge Nathaniel French at Davenport, lie arrived late yesterday afternoon and win spend several days inspecting the arcnal. It is believed, although it is not authoritative! 7 so stated. that the present visit of Gen. Flae- icr nas reference to tho establish ment of the plant at Kock Islan arsenal for tho manufacture of small arms. Soon after LU arrival the general was driven over to the isl and, where he met Capt. Stanhope E uiam, ana lator was joined there by Senator W. B. Allison. Owing to me tatter's political engagements in Iowa, it was not possible to have an extended conference, but the subject was Drieuy discussed and a future meeting on the subject arranged for the coming month. Senator Allison had a meeting at Davenport last night and departed for Independence eariy tms morning. The arrangements at the Arsenal. Capt. Blunt, who enjoys the clos est confidence of Uen. Flagler among the corps of army officers, has Dcen Dusy since bis arrival nere making preparations for the recep tiun of tho small arms plant. and it is believed that the present visit ox tne bead of the ordnance de. r.artment will result in the carrying out ot still further plans looking to tne establishment of the new indus try hero. Nothing is given out officially as yet on tbe subject, bnt it is nerertneioss a matter tbat is re ceiving the most earnest considera tion on the part of Gen. Flagler and the western senators, and the visit of the distinguished party of mem' bers of the upper house to Bock Island the present week has, as was stated during their stay had the effect ef strengthening the deter miration ot at least two of that party to work Tor tnat most desired end. "The Inside Track" Coming. The Graham Earle Dramatic com pany is to present "The Inside Track" at Harper's theatre Sunday evening at popular prices. This drama, tbe Lbicogo iSews sayr, is from the pen tf Olivor Doud Byron and is a sensational comedy, abound' ing in climaxes. In tbe cast arc Cora Hamnl Earle, Graham Karle, Fred W. Barnard, W. J. Wvkoff aad others. The company is under the management of Charles H. Sosskam who promises new specalties and one ot the most realistic lire scenes ever staged. Klertrto Hitters. Electric Bitters is a medicine suit ed for any season, but perhaps more generally wncn tne languid ex hausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely In counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial porson. Headache, indigestion, con stipation, dizziness yield to Electrio Bitters. SOc and 1 per bottle at Harts A Ullomeyer's drug store. Oon'l Tobaeea 8i:t aud Smoke Toot Life Awar If you want to quit tobacco u?ing cast! ana icrever, be made wen, strong, magnetio, full of new life and vigor, tako No-To-Bas, the wonder worker that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ton days. Over 400,000 cured. Bay No-To-Bac from your own drngglst, who will guarantee a core. Booklets and sam pies mailed freo. Addrei Sterling f.emedy company, L-mcogo or Kew York. Fur Our KJfiy Years Mrs. Win slow's Soothing Syrup been used for children teething. he It soothes tho child, softens the gums, allavs all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy or diarrhoea. Twenty-Cvo cents a bottle. Never 8ey Die. Many despcrato cases of kidney diseases pronounced incurablo have been oured by Foley's Kidney Cure. Many physicians use it. For sale by i. u. i nomas. OASTOIllA. Sit fij. I'.xi'.t t( M rJavinat ef GATHAKTI6 ALL DRUGGISTS r.r." ul malt, fcea-i rai 'iTtm' rTT?! ft' TmTt1-" CABBIES DO THE DIZZY. Give a ffrrm Affair la the rerpuloborean Lin at Tuner Ball. The hackmen gave a dance at Tur ner hall last night.- It was the) first a series which will be held dur ing the cold weather. There was a large attendance. ' It was a warm af fair. The spieling began at 8 o'clock. Bleser did it. The last note died away about 2 p. m. wheu Capt. Brans i-ckard put the lights out. lhe boys and girls were beginning to get giddy and the officer told them all to go home, lhey went. The ball was in charge of a com mittee composed ef Harry Toner and Charley Evans, of this city, and Jocco" Manwarmg, of Davenport. Evans was in the ticket office, while Toher received at the door and saw that no cne crossed the threshold wiihout brst planking down four bits. Of course the girls were ad mitted free. Toher, who like his pal, Evan 4. was dressed fit to kill. lso actea as manager of the floor. Hi word was law. The guests began to arrive as early as s o'clock. Most oi them walked. not becauee they did not have -the price to engage conveyances, but be cause the carriages were all in use, and many of the "gur-rils" felt aw fully put out in being compelled to foot it to the hall. The Davenport contingent blew in at midnight. They were mostly women. They all came in carriages. All wero dressed in their best. They cut a wide swath. ine Dene of the bail was a six- footer. She wore blonde hair. A bunch of fljwers was tacked on to the left side of her cranium, while another cluster was tied on to her watch charm. She bad a gown of 1897 make. It was a cross between a green and blue, with black blocks. She has been a favorite for nearly a year hereabouts. She is a southerner by birth, and came north at the out break of tbe civil war. The was then 17. She is young, vivacious and handsome. Then there were other girls who were nicely dressed, too. 1 here wore all kinds of broad rimmed hats blue with yellow bands, etc. - Most ot the boys wore boiled shirts. AU behaved nicely, only one of the boys would occas ionally forget to remove his hat or cigarette while daneing. But that was not so bad. One girl, who wore a broad rimmed hat on the side of her head, and chewed gum, was called dewn by Onicer Archer. 'Uh, go-wan," she answered. I'm not actin1 half as rough as her nibs over there. Why don't you go alter berr I'm respectable. am, an' haint been in the booby- hatch yet for vaggin1, eithor, like she has. See?" And she threw out her right palm, snickered, and moved across the floor. Thi danc ing was immense, particularly the waltzing. This was artistic. All the star pointers were there. When the music would begin fiey would take holds. Catch-as-catch-can was the prevailing style. The girls would lay their heads on the shoul ders of their partners and elose their eyes. Each couple woald make circle of the hall about once in 10 minutes. Shortly after midnight a little unpleasantness occurred. Maud O'Brien (Big Maud) and Vada Em merson, whom it appears had been angry with one another for some time, met in the bar room, vada, who was accompanied by Minnie Smith, sailed a beer glass at Maud and cut a gash in her forehead, from which gore flowed freely. Capt. Eckard and Officer Archer locked the three women up. Maud wept. But the dacce went on. At o'clock a tew ot the boys had a "go on the floor. It ended in a free-for- all. Then the police doused the lights and ordered everyone from the hall. River Rlplfits. The Winona and Verne Swain were in port. The West Banibo came down with seven strings of lumber. me stage ot water at e a. m. was 2:60, at noon it was 2:55; the tempera ture at noon wasoi. But little change will occur in the river from Bock Island northward in the next 24 hours. - Dscfelens' Arnica balva The best Salve in the world tor Cats, Braises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures rues, or no pay required, it is guar acteed to give perfect satisfaction er nnney refunded. Price 25 cents per ocx. cor saie oy nans & uuemeyer Try Grain -Ol Try Grala-O! Ask your grocer today to show you a package of Grain-O, the new food drink that takes the place of coffee. Tho children may drink it without injury as well as the adult. All who try it, like it. Grain-O has that rich seal brown of mocha or java, but it is mado from pure grains, and the most deleoate stomach - receives it without distress.. One-quarter the price of coffee. 15 cents and 25 cents per package. Sold, by all grocers. A Safert. SatS tKory. A cold. Neglect. Pnenmonia. Grief. Had Foley's Honey and Tar been used, this story would have had a happier ending. For tale by i. n. 1 nomas. Jut try a 19 cent box cf C&soarets, tbe finest liver and bowel reealator vr mada ... . . 29 cnts for 50-cent underwear at tho big M. & K. store. Sale opens tomorrow. AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION. Trt-tlty 'Italrwsy Company Offlet re and Friends Fat at tbe Tower. At the conclusion of their tour of th&trt-ciaaKnes. the officers of the Tri-City Railway company rounded up at the lower ion yesterday after noon, where several hours were pleasantly spent socially. Manager McHogh served one of his delightful feasts in one of the private dining rooms. Those present included President Cook, Vice President Denkmann, Secretary and Treasurer Lardner, Gen. Supt. Huntoon, Di rectors Louderback, Mitchell and Buckingham, Mayors Medill, of Book island: Swensson, of Moiine. and Smith, of Davenport, together with Hon. William Jackson, Hon. E W. Hurst, S. S. Davis and a few other personal friends of the company offi cers. Mr. Louderback remained over for rest as the guest of General Manager Ltarrner, returning to Chicago this afternoon. Kv ry Saturday T.inrlet Sleeping Car Rocte to California. Commencing next Saturday night and continuing every Saturday night thereafter. Midland Boutn tourist cars en route to Colorado, Utah and California, will leave the Chicago Union Passenger station of the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at 10 o'clock, running over the Chi. cago and Omaha short line to Omaha and thence via Lincoln, Neb., Colo rado Springs and Leadvile, Colo., Solt Lake City and Ogden, Utah. Reno, Nevada, and Sacramento, Cal., arriving at San Francisco at 8:45 p. m. Wednesday. As will be noticed, this route is Midland , through northern Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, (through the heart ot the Bockies), Utah, Nevada and California, afford ing a perfect panoramio view of prai rie, mountain and coast scenery. These popular "very Saturday Cal ifornia excursions for both first and second class passengers (not foreign emigrants) are "personally conduct cd" by intelligent, competent and courteous "couriers," who will at tend to tho wants of all passengers en route. This is an entirely new tea ture of tourist car service and will bo greatly appreciated by families or parties of friends traveling together. or by ladies traveling alone. Partic ular attention is paid to the care of children who usually get weary on a long journey. Kemember that the Midland route tourist cars are sleeping cars and are supplied with all the accessories nec essary to make tbe journey pleasant and comfortable and tbe sleeping berth rate is but $5.00 (for two per- bocs) irom Chicago to California. Ask the nearest ticket agent for a tourist car "folder," giving complete information about the Midland route or address "Eastern - Manager Mid land route, ' No. 95 Adams street, Chicago, 111. P. S. Berth reservations are made in the order received np to each Sat urdty morning. First come, first served. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the in suraoce business of Herman Detjens nas inis uay oeen sold ana trans ferred to Albert D. Huesing. ot this ly, wno wtu continue the said business. The accounts and premi ums due the said agency have been turned over to the respective com panies. All persona indebted to the said agency are hereby notified to pay the same to C. B. Marshall, rcom 21, Mitchell & Lynda Mock. Dated at Bock Island this 29th day oi uctoDer, . Signed by Rochester German In surance Company by O. C Kent, general agent, aud German Fire In surance Company, of Peoria, by Charles Cramer, secretary, commit tee. Pablte Sale. Having concluded to abandon housekeeping, I will offer at public sale on the premises at 1410 Third avenue, at 10 o'clock a. m Tuesday, Nov. 2d instant, furni ture, carpets, stoves, kitchen uten sils, etc.. usually found in a well regulated house. Term 3 cash. David H awes. Worklac Woman's Borne Association. 21 S. Peoria St., Chicago, 111., Jan. 11, 1896. Our Working Woman's ' Home As- sociatlon used Foley's Honey and Tar six years ago. and are using It today, it baa always been a favor ite, for while its taste is cot at all unpleasant its effects are very bena- uciai. ' is nas never vet disappointed us. Vtishing you all possible suc cess, sincerely yours, Laura G. Fixon. Mgr. For sale by T. H. Thomas. It Hay Bare Toor Ufo. A dose or two of Foley'e Honey and Tar will prevent an attack of pneumonia, grip or severe cold If taken in time. Cures coughs, colds, croup, LaGrippe, hoarseness, -dim cult breathing, whooping cough, in cipient consumption, "asthma or bronchitis. Gives positive relief in advanced stages ot consumption asthma or bronchitis. Guaranteed For sale by T. H. Thomas. Lewta A. Wood Miss Anna it. HuberT JohGeoive HoeBe.Jr. Mis Lizzie A. Mo-tromery. 29 cents for 50-cent nnderwei r at the big M- & K. store. Sale epena tomorrow. Ufr-aewod ae WeoV ' MtVlne Mjiliee Ihjral ....Sunnf Hill TOWN TOPICS. Buy a home of Beidy Bros. Hynes sells gymnasium shoes. . Underwear bargains. Sommers & La Vefie. Mrs. J. D. Collier went to Annawaa this morning. Miss Mary Lyman, of Chicago, it visiting in the city. Manhattan colored shirts, great line, at the London. Jack Martin is to reopen the Ap- piequisi atana jmov. 1. Miss Katharine Denkmann wont to Chicago this morning. Overcoats good time to tee what we nave. The London. ' Charles Webber, of Minneapolis, was in the city yesterday. Jaros hvgeinio underwear; the London sole agent for Rock Island. A. D. Huesing has bought oat the insurance business of Herman Del jens. Come and vote for the most popu lar young lady and gentleman at the industrial fair. Charles McHugh left last evening ior cnicago to join his family o; their return from the east. Mrs. Wesley Herbert and aon. of Bainbridge. Ga , are visiting her pa rents, Capt. and Mrs. 8. H. Bnby. Congressman George W. Prince, of uaiesonrg, is spending the day ia mecity on business with rostmatter U. Thomas. New lot of stiff hats, tt qualities. only 99 cents. This it a chance for some that could not ret fitted last Saturday. Tbe London. John George Uoefle. Jr., ot Baral. end Miss Lizzie A Monttomerv. of sunny mil, were married yesterday oy stev. c. a. mennicce, oi the Ger man Lutheran church. Manager Charles T. Kindt, of the Burtis. who baa been ill for two or three days past, is ranch better and is aoout and able to give a measure oi attontion to business again. School is closed tomorrow; good time to bring the bovi here to be fitted with school and dress sui:s Our 12.-5 knee pant suits will please yon. Sommers & La Veils Much money may bo saved and satisfactory heating obtained by buy- mg a nara coai stove oi tt. U. ham- mere. Twentieth street, who has second hand ones as good as new. Call on him before you buy. Mrs. J. . Lark in wishes to ao knowledge the payment of the $2,000 insurance held by her late husband in the Western Catholic Union, and to thank the officers of ' St. Joseph's Branch for their- promptness and kind treatment. For the Northern Illinois Teachers" meeting at Streator. HI.. Oct. 29 and SO, theC, B. & Q. will sell tickets at (4.75 for tbe round trip. Train leaves Back Island at 7:40 a. m., ar riving at Streator at 12:30 p. m., in time for the afternoon session. Through chair cars from Bock lal- and. This line is endorsed bv Prcf. nrww-Vt- tana ar . vv . xx. -aaicn, oi uak rare. Senator William B. Allison deliv ered a speech at the Burtis at Day en port to a large audience last night in the interest of the' republican ncs.ei in lowa. me meeting was arranged under the auspicea of the Bailway Men's Commercial club, and the appearance of the speaker of the evening was preceded by novel tab leaux of a historical, patriotic and political nature and suitable vocal music. Joe B. Lane was chairman of the meeting. Judge James Shaw, of ML Carroll who was in Bock Island yesterday paid a visit, during the afternoon. In company with Hon. William Jack son, to Judge Gest in the circuit court at the court house, and also to tbe woodmen offices end the site of the new building. Jndge Shaw has ieit an interest in tne woodmen re moval proceedings ever since the first injunction was secured by the niton people to obstruct removal, and was dissolved by him In the dis trict in which Whiteside county was .I.,. -! t- " UltJU IUVIUUQU. A number of Bock Island teachers left this morning over the Bnriino-. ton and R. I. & P. for Streator to at lnd the mteting of the Northern Illinois Teachers association to be held in that city today and tomorro hoee gome were: Sunt, and Mrs. R. G. Young. Mrs. Eastman, Misses Heiipsnstell, Dean, Bosh, Clark, Henderson. Entrlkin, Henderson Requa, Bromley. PbDo. Freed Luckey.BaUls, Bowen. Ktrkoatrlck 8te!ek, Brlndle and Young: and Messrs. L. C. Daugherty, G. B. Hon- sel. E. V. Robinson, C. A. Wendell and C. G. Maul. Wraad Clcsaat Bale. Thursday, Friday aad Saturday a grand cloth cloak and fur sale; all tbe latest fashions. Da not fail to attend at T. Biohter & Sons', fur riers, 219-221 Davenport. nest Second street, Banding To Ht- Ahandoasal. Peoria, Ills.. Ot, Jl. The slate Koard of charities mot here to InvtSUgirto tbe safety of the site of the new asylum ror, tie. Incurable inan. It having be"! reported . that the building aires erected was in dar.zer of eollat-i-tta. IWr,, tary Wines remained over to look Into tne ettuatioo further, and annouTccd ini me DUHa.na; wouia n are to be aban doned. Will Be No Clash of Courts, Des Moines; la.. Oct. 2. Judge Spur rier has concluded to let the matter of tho- Populist ballot case i-eat with the supreme beach, assuming that the "atu prenae court would correct all manifest errors. 29 cents for 60 cent underwear at the big H.AL store. Sale opens tomorrow. UustL I CARPETS. One of the largest lines of Ingrain all wool Carpets in the Tri-Citics to select from at prices which will pay you to investigate. OIL CLOTH RUGS. We have a large stock which is moving rapid ly These goods were bought below market price and we are selling them lower than they can be bought elsewhere. W. S. HOLBROOK 103. 105, 107 E. Second Street, PAVEKI ORT When la Doubt. Health is Life's IT TOU WANT HEALTH aaet Oar Bleetrle afarhlne for the treatment of Korvoae PlssasLs. BUMBBwtlsas and X-Kay wort. OOinULT THE . World's Greatast t:j In Chronic, Herroea, Private ens' Consultation Free. CATARRH Bronchitis, Asthma, Early Conumption, Rheumatism, Ken nigia, uyspensia, ncroiaia, aypaua) ana au nooo, live ana aianry aweeacs.- WOMEN Suffering from diseases of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys. itn exnausiroa. paipiraaon or uie bos:d call on tbe great specialist and ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied, nervous debility, piles, exhaustive aram, mnn men, aerecuve BMBftory, ureawnea maanity, ues c arm power, aoestai oe loston. eleepleeaaees, etc. VARICOCELE Is the most active BMniiiT. vim outers wnm we gqaranves yoa a permanent cure m even cays ny our ps.u line method? Hydrocele cofud la three days no pala. THE PBAISES WE HAVE RECEIVED For our remarkable skill In curing cases green np as bopelen by all, na eonpelleS as lo oe this means In araer f give tbe l-o- 1. a wii m iuc meaioaj ptoieepiou. tne oenrotoi our naiowMtiee or aMrill'-ln ana oar ta nlMhleekllllntheanofranrrry. Kemewisor roer f amtlr tttirriclaa la'wrs weiooara as ee as operate. We are wUllneanSMad mar knowlt-dfe Ma nuw oar elf.ll. ena we foot ntly proof! of the Sally coofrraUiUtlfrus mm SHOefrc troaj the tneelral fi'ef1ftri fttr tbe uily pro aoeee edlral and aureval mratar wa Bum of refeieneue and credentials. If ron Hours-S to IS, t to . J In S; Sundays, 11 M CHICAGO HEDICALI1TSTITITTE oae XrUwsfBli Brocl: Island. BOCK Savings Ba&L Five: Per Cent Paid oa Deposite. toner Loaned oa Peruana! OoUataral or BeaCEstate Bocurlty. OFFICERS: J sf ataford. President. John ornhaaeh, Vtoe re iswa.t,Oaal btet. Been businsm lar t lfral. and narane nan B. ear. Mltesail A Lruee aew aaUtiaw. WatfeWatcli And when It shows signs of Irregularity take It to Woltman, Ike kwh. A well selected stock of Jewelry always on band at "live and let live" prices. High grade workmanship In repairing at reason able rates. WOLTMAN, 180S Seooad Ave REMOVAL. GET THE Bf ST Plumbing, Heating, Gas Fitting, Sejrer Pipe. All Work Oaaranteed. RcaesOeld Drcs. v - . . . . - 1C09 THIRD AVENUE oohatThis FINE POLISHED UUY TftULB Tj this WEEK AT I ei75 Consult tne Best. Greatest Luxury. mm Dr. J. C Walsh, f Mo ef Chtrseo. finamry rofcor.-ln'ut-f of r Anthony liot-piuU. l!:st Successful Speclalis Sarglcal Diseases ot Both Sexes. DAVENPORT, IOWA. Prompt and Permanent Cures neare. ayeaepeia or acy am imner to tao asm, get an opinion on taolr case free ef charge. eanse of nervous debility. Why treat have wrl turn. aiM.Vll HitHI lc rialnTlicl. cannot cau, write. Bondreds eared tiy mall. to 1 M. Incorporated Under IM State Law. ISLAND, ILL. DIRECTORS: H S Cable, John Jre ana B P Ball, B W HiMt, tloha Vol. WnVW'bni res ltiU Kltcbatl. Lanann, JBrJBfora. tjeanasAi EcCoy's New European Ho.cl COS. CUM AM lORCI ITS. CHICAGO. A FIRE PROOF. Oae fclaek tvoan C SC. . 4V p. aad B . Jr. fl. . Kallroad tSrpot. lmrroverncnts costinr. f7S,r).() hive Just been completed, and the house ti'w offers every convenience to be found in any hotel, inciudinf hot and cold water, electric finht and steam heat In every room. Fates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, .Owner aad PrepHctor- . JOHn YOLK&CO. Ckae extractors Tin nonss Bumyssta Mannfattuieis ef each And all Klaea ef work Doer and Ba tor ttotidaai Siding, Flooring', Wainscoatlfig 18th Street bat. its and tla Aveaua.