Newspaper Page Text
3 . THE AftSUB. FRIDAY ITOVBMBBK 19. 1B97.
THE ARGUS. tunj m4 Werkry at KM heM AmlMl kM4,a. Xaiersd at Osinest- J. H. Porris - Pabllaaar THaW-Dell. 10 esata week. Week:, US sat hmi fes Khm tl JO. AO MmMtaMMil ee Uveal w trjntBM- aeckareesr, taUaenl at rsltine, sast aa teal MM eUaraee luf aaalleaUoa. MCk rtWavtn to plate ituueaf ttcaetaita. Cai.sa.aliaii sssstlass1 trass im tsaa.atn ta 'f araar, Notiviib II, 1817. wot. TARHB aaa Ukia taa pre liminary stp to tkllinr aa extra eeeeloa of the toWlatare this winter. la a eaacae to b bold aext Tuesday bi Bpnagneia. IIiuJbsui Liscolw. irjtntrrjlej; the BtftB she Ior4 without parental al4 or eoBMnt. th Freeport BoIIaUo ay l. did exactly what ler great freadmotner. Nancy Hanks, would Kate dooe aader like etrcamstaaces. If la raportad at Washington that Speaker Raad wlli retire after tba eomla aaaaloa of congress tad set tl la Now Tork to practice lm' It la latimatad that aomo Now - Tork polltictaas desire to make kin tha rtpublicaa leader to loccced Plait. Bat It would a i ba ao very mach ef aa laprovamant. Out of tha ttnlniti from which Jona Waaler preached itaad la front . a av . . . .- . win eiiejBB caapei at n taoesDary, Ear. Iteoaititsef a korte blctk. from which the fouerfer of htatho dlam preached ao Iia thaa 44 str- moaa. Ia hla lima it stood b the Ida of a kalldlae; la cse of the ops petti ci taai towa. Naw YoRKiae are aUU diseasing tae aroposuioa to mate a aew stale oat ef It eonatit la New York, to he kaowa m the state of Manhattan. Taeeoaaue lacladcd In the pro. pote piea are Mw Totk. Kings, liana an. Rich mo ad. Snffalk. Wast. raaeWr. Orange. Pvtmaa, Colombia. wueneie, utr. t.rtea, Rockland, Albany, Rennalar and part ot 8chc karte. Tae hare a total popula tion of S.tv) it), a compared with X.Ul,133 for the remaining 41 eona. ilea. They eoatala aa area of I.9G0 qnaro mllaa to egainit 40,433 ia the temaiaiaf eon a tie. A tea a ago )a fire etatea Preaident NOMaiej aaa pieraaties ajgragat lag more thaa 600,000 rote. If or. S tkla biff adraauge wao entirely loot Tkeeefew word tcrtelr tell of the moot remarkable raactloa that kaa oror takea place la the hlitory of tha republican party. No other prootaaatiaJ leader kaa over ae aaok a powarf al fallowing dwiadle away oo apeedily and completely It kaa been many a year linee the old loyotoae otau kao beea leia thaa thai of the ODttoottloa. The reoabli. aa oandidate for otate troaaarar re. eired 371.033 roUa. while the opp Biuoa aaaatuate pouea Stt.vjz. TBI chaatre that kaa taken place la the .Chicago later-Uoeaa la ot inrprliiop, and Ueorge Wheeler Ulamaa. who becomee the editor aader the eoatrol of Charlee T. Tarkea. will aot kave a dlffiealt ik to ftra the oheet a fairer tone tkan it ana aaa aaaer toe airecuoa of Wil liam Peaa Niton. The outrageoualy aeeided attitade of the Inicr-tteMn la the Woodmen proceedinga of latt oammer. whea It (eve Itself orer to the aeeo of the I niton element, was lt a lample of Ite funeral tendency aawaia room iot rcnerai improve meat in the paper Mauredlr, but whether the aew conditiona will bring It. future derelopmeaU alone mny gemonetraxe. Tan Tlalt ot Senator Wolcott to tirope apprars to make him feci orry ke ail not follow kia colleague. Hoary M. Teller, lait rear. -So far M tke alectioaa la the'Ualted SUUt are eoaeeraed." ha laid to a newip per interviewer Saturday, "I can oaly oar that their reaulte are wht taipeeted. The reeult ia New Tork U particularly rratiftlor. although a ih. t...i t .v . - man were waa ao aec laratloa for frvecotaage or any ea doraement of the Cklcago platform Tha orerwkelmieff nlnralitv Taa Wyek ohowa that the priaciplea Bpaa whlca tae democratic party wvu Tmr ago are gaming ground. Loaf before thla oilrer queetioa can hw put to aaotker national test, I am eoaJdeat that the people will kare awnloBod ta the beaefit wklck thej cxnzzii nmmm miU CFCEBICITEi OB. Caw-WAUCMTOaj, MB hilt 4t. w!U gala from a change la the prer . m ., tni Bnanciat poticy. aocra beishtb arnamtoa. Sooth Heighte, Nor. 18. Edward aad Walter Hayee riaited with Sam uel kfof&t in the country Tuesday. ur. Miroeacr, wno nil been quite sick for some time, waa reported bet ter Sunday. Uiis Hetty Irr in left for Dixon. I1L . ktonday after n week'a rUlt with her parents here. joitn irvm ia nartog bis boose painted, which will ndd very much to the appearance of tha place. Mr. liammerick la hariocr his house improved by pn'Mlo? aen son are co ng the wotk. i. snroetner and one of bla fingera eo badly eat while at work Monday that ho will hava to lar off for a few days. Mrs. J. C Bailer, hire. Kennedy. lira. Emig, and Miss Bowen risitod la Davenport Fridny with Mra. Con rad Weinberger. C. irvin left for Moberlr. Mo.. the first pert of the week to spend a ion time wun fits son, Harry, wno naa a larm near mat place. ice teacbera and pnpila of onr school had a holiday last Thursday became of trouble with the furnace. aad tho rcoms couldn't bo properly acaiea. Mrs. Dr. C. .L. Silvia entertained about a docen of the ladies of the neighborhood at her home on Eigb teenth avenne Thursday afternoon. M or. ii. Mr. neyerhanser has commenced work on the foundation for a ne house he intends to have built on the lot purchased from William Pahl on Kightecnth avenue. -Resolved. That the Indian Ke ceived Mora Abase Than tho Negro waa me moitct ot a debate at the kfomeclab Wednesday evenioir. It wse decided in favor of tho affirma tive. Tb Twrid-r PaMioa. - I had a coloml cock who vrae on Ibo vt'hnle a very irood atrraut Sho had bira "dumtd" in the public whoola ami cmi(t vmto lr rut tina a cony book H't'ire her ond jn kief? out li-ttcrby lut f.t we sn! wnntiil to ur. Thin to ik a K"1 d-al of tinw, Lnt abo was cnl- hie enough to cboiw her time to tho rrartico nu not as objocti'mablo oa with mo-t of tbcm, Tho30 passion for l tt.T wrttiUK U m great that it is in dul?pi In at all tintiM r.-pirillcss of du ty. On t'Tctiin;- cv.tv :uo hail pme out and l tty waa 1-ft to l:k tho bouso aud po bntiMv I camo hun:o first and found on tlio f iiL lxunl au iuitiionse ra- prr bnff. I km vr at uco it most have bwn fiirsntt'-n by Lcttv, who lived at n dittarra, mid bo thrus-t my baud in to II tbTe vraa niirtbuiK iu it to spoil. trail aim otKts vera in U, but n.y hand rucounUTvil a box Fuch as jewel era edl fluo tiogt in. I opened it. of courjf, to know if It contained any val -utile. A portion of her hair bad been aonked In perfumed grram and braided fine and tight to the length it coufd bo rrrotcbed, tied with bluo ribbon and colled ring ihape. It rested on a pieoe of popr r, on which vraa written. "My dcareiit, I send you a lark of my hair and let not any ono clso lay tho weight ci their finger npim it " I read no fur ther in tho love note, ahut and put bnek tho buz. but that "lark of hair" waa an interesting proof bow much aliko hu man naturo ia iu "all sort and condi tiona of men," and women too. Ncav Oilcan Time-Democrat A llTr Trick. It certainly looka like it, bnt there is no wick aDont It Anybody can try It who has lame back and weak kidneys, malaria or nervous tron oiea. w e mean be can enre himself right away by usinc Electrio Bitters This medicine tones up the whole aystem, acta aa a stimulant to the liver and kidneys, is a blood purifier and nerre tonio. It cures eonitina. tlon, headache, fainting spoils, sleep. lesaness ana melancholy, it la pure ly rentable, a mild laxative, and re. tore the system to its natural rig. or. irr r.iecirio mttora ana be con vinced that they are a miracle work er. Every bottle guaranted. Only SO cents a bottle at Harts & Uile- meycr'e drng store. Try AUaal To. A nowder to be shaken into the shoes. At thio eoason vour feet feel swollen and hot. and ret tired eaa. uy. If you have amartlng feet oi tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease It cools tho feet and makes walking easy. Cures and prevents awoolen and sweating feet, blisters an ' cal loua snots. Kelierea corna anr. hnn iona of all pain and gives rest and comion. rrytttoiay. Bold by all anKKIts ana saoe otoreo for csnu. Trial package Free. Ad. dreso Allen S Olmsted. La Boy N. T. Caa ta Day. "Mvitio Cure" for rbanmaH.tr aad neuralgia radically cures la one to three daya. Its action upon the System is remarkable and mtalir1nn It removee at once the cause, and the aiseaae Immediately disappears. The first dose greatly beaeGts. 75 cents. Sold br Otto tirotian. ISM SUrnnA avenue, druggist. Hock Island; Gust scaiegei ei bob, west Second street, uavenporu Dalaya Aee Paaeaaa. Many ot your friends, or tMnnia whom yoa know ot have contracted consumption, pneumoaia cr other ratal diseases by neglect of a slmpl cold or cough. Foley's Hone am Tar. a aafe. enre and pleasant cough uivuiciD won. a nave aavca mem. la guaranteed. For lai by T. Thoaaaa. Caeearau aUmalata liver, kidnevi bewtU Btrar aiekea. waakaa or griper, loeaats. Is It a Cure-Ali? - M Oh No; But Say, You Came Near It It s a Cure Always. Good for every thin it means pood for nothing. Knowing one thing thoroughly meana anccesa. That's why Doan'o Kidney Pills are a success. They know all about the kidneys. And that io enough to know. It von over had kidney eomnlaint yoa would say ao. xnina oi a. Dacaaono iu yeara long. von'i emtio that's the only way to measure it. And to measnra the miaerv that's impossible. Thousands hare had backache longer atill. Because they did not know what was. The kidneys knew all the time. And kept on aching. And then something worse fol it lowed. Don't think it takea rears to fol-1 - 4 Sometimes only a few weeks or days. And urinary troubles set in. Differing in constitutional kind. To some it bringo diabetes. To others gravel or kidney stones. And the last and GRAVEST. Blight's disease. Doan's Kidney Pills know all this. It is In their line they're made tor it. But their success dees not lie in knowing it. I5ut knowing it they cure it. Ask any who has used them. For any stage ot kidney complaint. From backache to B right's disease. Through all urinary disorders. From excess of urine. To scantiness with sediment and pun. ao, not a cure-all. but a cure- always. And thousands of testimonials tell it. Watch all Doan'o Kidner Pills ad- rertisements. They are constantly eivin? anon testimonials. For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents per box. Mailed by Foster- aiiiDurn company, Hutialo, N. X., sole agents tor the United States. Be member the name Doan'o and take no substitute. For sale by Marshall & Fisher. LACK ORIGINALITY. Why Many Criminal Are Easily ISroogM to Justice. "One reason rchy detectives nrmear to do something miraculous occasional " - - - - ly is that there, is after all verv little originality in criminals," said one of Vniei tiazen s 6lentlhonnds recently. "When a man sots out to got money by crooked means, he seldom sits down and evolves a new blan On the con trary, he evidently thinks of tbo smart cases ho has heard of at different times, makes up his mind which suits him post ana copies tho plan adopted very cioseiy inueea. "Hence, when tho detective sets nnt. he has. in many instances, nnitn a string of precedents to tako as guides to me course tho criminal will probably pursue. "One raw, years ago, that helped me immensely in the business, was a forg ery. The man had disappeared and left no clew whatever behind. "I obtained acccf 9 to his room end found that he had developed a partial ity for cutting scraps from newpapers. xnere was a wnoie urawertul of those, ana x went through them carefully. "Several had relation to forgery cases, and ono cutting that appeared to bo pretty badly fingered described how a . a iurger uaa got away in woman a at tire. "I worked on tho theory that my bird had Sown in this manner and fnl. lowed it up until I finally got on the rxacjc ana captured tho criminal. "Tho capture was regarded as a very remarkablo one, bnt, as a matter of fact, the runaway had left for me an excccaingiy vaiuabio clew. IX he had taken the precaution to burn that cut ting, he might have escaped capturo al together. "--Cincinnati Enquirer. Ta Cora a Cold la Oaa Dav. Take Laxative Bromo Qniniae Tab lets. All drueeists refund the moner if it fails to cure. 85c The genuine nas l.. a. on each tablet Pileai Piitt riHsi Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint ment will cure blind, bleeding and itching piles whea all other oint mento hare failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays tho itching at once, acts ao a poultice, gives instant re lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint. ment is prepared only for piles and itching of tho private parts, and nothing else. Every box la war ranted. Sold by druggists or aent by mail oa receipt of price, 50 cents auu i per uox. Williams Makefactxrixq Co.. Proprietors. Cleveland, Ohio. SoldbyaLF. Bahnsen, Druggist. Tea Cast Affjrtf ta Chaaes IU A heavy cold mar lead to pneumc aia or consumption. Foley's Honey ana iar taken in time aaorda perfect security irnm nous results, sale by T. F Thomaa. Subscribe for Taa Arols. For SALVE FOR BEINQ BLACKLISTED. Chhaw Hallway Mas Awarded Bll.6M.33 ttmt br m Cfclcara Jwrr. . . i sot Chicago. Nor. 19 Fred R. Ketchaitf waa awarded a verdict yesterday mom tag tar $21,666.33 damages against the Chicago and Northwestern Railway company by a Jury In Judge Clifford's court. Ketcham sued for I2S (H10 Tnr. Jng th great strike of the Ameriea. Railway union Ketcham waa employed as"a conductor for the Northwestern. He joined the strikers and, the evidence snowed, attended some of the meetinea the interest of the American Rail way union. Since the strike Ketcham claims he had been unable to secure steady employment, owing to the fact that he was blacklisted. ad it was testified that In the clearafM card riven by the railways to objection- aoie men such as those who broke their union contract with the railways ,Jn he- 0et strike there was an omissiei) of m'texr words that Informed the rail way man to whom the blacklisted man uppuea i or a joo tnat tie was on the blacklist. There was anv amount of testimony to the effect that them vn no blacklist, including that of a number t ex-strikers now employed by the rail ways, but somehow Ketcham alwava lost his jobs, when. he cot anv. vprv aoon and suddenly. SHARKEY KNOCKS OUT GODDARD, fuii nrM rt. a ... - niin Auvi:r CJgui That b Not Satisfactorr. Ban Francisco Nov. 19. -Tom Sharkey has won another questionable battle. his victim this time being old Joe God dard, the decrepit barrier ehamDion The fight, which was scheduled for twenty rounds, terminated in the sixth. wncn bharkey. after lanriincr a atlff right on Goddard's law. rnshod ot hi man and knocked him to the floor literal ly force of impact, falling heavily upon him, Goddard's head struck thp mn. ass with a smash which dazed him. He rose at the end of three seeonda and , rtaggered to the ropes. Refer. MfArrhur meanwhile holding the ex cited ' sailor back. Amid treat con fusion McArthur awarded ' th fifht f Sharkey. The decision was lust, hut Sharkey's victory is far from creditable. me ngnt being devoid of science tr skill, and being won larcelv by main etrencth. Goddard. howpvpr waa nnt Hi U from the start. TTar oa Insurance Men. Springfield. Ills.. Nov. 19. Colonel Van Cleave, superintendent of Insurance, has inaugurated war on several insur ance men doing business illegally in this state, and in the next ten dava an. eral eults against these agents will be., uieaiT ; uoionei van Cleave haa eauvd suit to be brought against Thomaa Bak er, of Macoupin county, for Drocurina- insurance for the old Wavne Mutual life. Indianapolis, and against J. B. Col lins ana x. tj. iteys. Alassac oountv. for procuring insurance for the Universal l'roteerrve association. . Ohio Valley Bimetallic Clnba. Indianapolis. Nov. 19. The enmmtttoa appointed by the executive committee of the League of the Ohio Valley Bimetal lic ciuds to confer regarding the annual convention of the league which will be held in this city next sDrlaz. met Yes terday. It was decided to hold a meet ing of the executive committtee at Green.urg. Dec. 4. Ths January meet ing of. the committee will he hvM in thla city. The Ohio Valley League is com posed or Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky and Illinois. Suicide of a Chicago Man. Eseanaba, Mich.. Nov. 19.-J. D. Onnt. cr unicago. representing the Cosmopol itan ClUD or me American Enrvclnnedln and FMclior.aiy, committed suicide last evening at the Oliver House by shooting nunsMrin tne rignt temple with a volvcr. Cook left a note addrpaspd n the coroner directing that his remains oe nuried in the potters field. Odd Fellows' Home at Mattoon, Ills. Ppringfleld, Ills., Nov. 19. The grand Mfesot Illinois Odd Fellows yesterday aaopiea uie report ,of the special com mittee in favcr cf locating the Odd Fel lews Ola Folks' home at Mattoon, the citizens of which town are to furnish I benus approximating t36,080. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS -Sir Henry Doulton, ish firm of Doulton potteries, is dead. head of the Brit & Co., Lambeth ilrs. Louise Forney, of Neenah, Wis. aged 9L was run into by girls on bicy cles and seriously injured. Sheriff Schaur, of Brown county, Wis wnose out was cut 1600 by the county board, will sue the county for the full ainuui.1 UL nis lees Fritz Horsmann, a scorcher, rode into me river at Chicago and was rescued wun great difficulty. He was badly in jured, but will recover. SL Paul's, London, will comment orate the 200th anniversary of ita r opening after Sir Christopher Wren had renum ine eamce, on Dec. 2. Edward Nic, an employe of the Dia mond Match company at Green Bay, Wis., was fatally hurt by a truck load or lumber falling upon him. Leonard Heln, aged 55, a Bavarian of oyai parentage, once a colonel In the German army, died Wednesday in the ou ixmis nospitai in aoiect poverty Dwight L. Moody will be in Chuago exi weeK ana speak Wednesday afer tioajt 3 o'clock In the Chicago Avenu church, corner Chicago asd LaSal'.e av enues. General Charles E. Hovey, one of the originators ci tne normal school idea Illinois and about the first president of tne Illinois school at Normal, died In Washington. He was 70 yeara old. J Jar Hoover, of Pleasant Hill. Mn way fatally hurt and twenty-two others uvrc ot iea injurea in a ran way derail ment on the Kansas City, Fort Seott and Memphis, near Williford, Ark. ' During- a dream In which he imagined aeveraT men were chasing; him with knives to take hla life. John Poiack, of Chicago, Jumped from the window of his room to the pavement, sustaining probably fatal injuries. Charles Buschy, of Bayfield, Wis., was married and seiaVbced to jail for 100 nays within the space of ten minutes. He- Waa arrested for larcenv anri nlea1- ed guilty. Immediately after sentencing nun tne justice performed the marriage ceremony. Thla ia part of one day's record of burglaries and hold-ups at Chicago Jewelry worta 11.000 taken from Belle O. Masters flat; house ot E. B. Whltfpril. ransacked and $200 worth of stolen: saloon ef John Mark' held op aad tie takes. I ' a 1,J AN ARGUMENT FOR THE BOYCOTT. Organise Labor at Batte Objeeta ta Be- J ernt Adverse IieciaioBs. Butte, Mont.. Nor. 19. The State Trades and Labor associations have adopted resolutions condemning the In terference" of the United States court with the Chinese boycott here and other boycotts elsewhere on the ground that vbe hoycett of organixed labcr is a de fensive instrument, an expression of the right to extend patror.age to those who. by employing union labor, patronize labor. The boycott Is declared to be merely the right of a man to choose his own assistants to go wherever he wills on the public highways; to- wcrk fcr. who ever he may desire and to patronize whom he pleases; to prosecute his busi ness In a competitive way, even to the Injury of another's business, provided in so doine he la not rmlltv of dpfamlne Sttiother citizen. Veterans No a Privileged Class. Des Moines. Ia., Nov. 19. Judge Con rad, in the Polk district court, declared unconstitutional the law enacted by the extra session of the legislature which exempts old soldiers from payir.g the peddlers license. A short time ago Isaac Buhberg was arrested for peddling with out a license. He attached the consti tutionality of the law, setting up that It granted privileges to old soldiers not granted to other persons. Judge Con rad sustains the claim, and the decision is generally commended. On the Battlefield or Shiloh. Nashville, Nov. 19. Advices, from Sa vannah, Tenn., near the battlefield of Shiloh, state that Colonel CorneliUP Ccdle, Major D. W. Reed. Cclonel B, F. Looney and General. D. C. Bull, consti tuting the national Shiloh battlefield commission, have leached that place and arc now engaged in an inspection of the battle ground. They are accompanied by the Illinois ccmmisclsu appointed by Governor Tanner ar.d these will mark the rtlnrps in tho iwrl- nrnniAd hv Tilt- ifcTS troops. McKrnna for the Supreme Court. Chicago, Nov. 19. A special from Washington says: Attorney General Mc- Kenna'8 appointment as associate Jus tice cX the supreme court to succeed Jurttce Field has been formally decided ttpr by the prerident, and heartily ap. prea-ed by tne cabinet. The succession to the department of justice Is still open. Woman Jumps from a Train. Villisca. Ia., Nov. 19. Miss CaUicotte, a sister of J. W. Callicotte, on her way from Denver on a visit, leaped from the closet wiRdow of the Villisca and St. Joe Pflgfjengef A few miles north of St. Joe last night- and was picked up nearly dead. She had stripped herself cf near ly all her clothes before she jumped. SO as Good id as ocott's and we sell it much chcaocr." is a statement sometimes made by the druggist when Scott's Emulsion is called tor. This, shows that the druggists themselves regard Gcotfa Emuicfan cf Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos frhites of ' Lime and Soda as the ;tanrIaifL arid trt Mrfac wfu desires to procure the standard" because be knows it has been ot untold benefit, should not for one instant think of takine the risk of -v rosin? some untried oreea- ration. ine substitution of something said to be just as good" for a stand ard orenaration twent-. five years on the market, should not he permitted by the intelligent purchaser j--.. p. . & .j (.uiuiaiun. jam uiac me man ana tisn are on tbe wrapper 50c ana ci.no, all druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, Kew York. Parker's Laundry 4kCcckonhe YVnlk" In tbe laundry business Is what our patrons own us to be. So you cant . hJamans fbrjerowing when we have rjirca.fte. tight on your shirt fronts, coUara, cr- -tid shirt waists. We do the be - mk in ttwn, and are looking for juur bundle. Shall we i King phone 1214. PATCITTO'S XJLUSDXIT ITS ThM Ave. FhaMlSIC ' Executor's Notice. Xstate of Hear BMwsa4, deceued. The wtdtrtlgBed having beea appobxtad' exeoo rixoftbetest will aaa teataatetit of Hear Bo t nlcld,at of tae county at Sock Island, etate of uiioois, detested, heresy givee notlee that sb U1 appear before the eour-tj court of Hock Ialaae conmj, at tbe conafy eoart rooai, ia tbe city of Bnek Island, at the Jaaoa'T teras, oa tit s.-i Monday in Janaary next, at which UBM all persons havhi eiaims scainat said estate art notified and reqaested to attend, tor tae pantos of haTina the aaaw adiaeted. All irajBdeeied ta aald estate are ra geterw aatta laimedlataparneat to the in Dated thla fU day of Koyeatber. A. VKl. AucsuaKosainaui,Kxecatrlx. aaaanaa . . . for ever tJ) For heating, for cooking, or for both; for cheapness of operation, effi ciency, clean liness, and du rability. Jewel Stoves & Ran ges have main tained their su periority for a full generation. Cook for ths tmlMiuk. Jewel Stoves "Honesty jESTSTDVE RAW TOEWol Allen Mi 112 West Seventeenih Street. johh h. rasrsox. Painters and Becoratoro Shor rf 5wv5ntiwin'h ttrt EVERY WOMAN Banarttwai nea-ls a nlisbis, auo'-aly, nsnlstiae madidne. Onr traJan aM the porast drags sataiabansed. 11 jm want tha best, get Dr. PeaS's PesiRraal FiESs Thar an Broinpt, ssl ard eartain la racslt. Th nnalBS ( Pr. ProlV rrrtc ii ' aolat. Seat siiwlioic, tl.C'J. Aiiaa tluhtlKOKtsm UL UjTsiMid. O. For sale by A. J. Belss. Drogffiat. UncerThe Direction Of (hamberun Kindt kin Sunday, Nov. . 21. - -Positive Appearance of tho Big Operatic Extravaganza, Absolntely the Jto Xxp;n ive Orsuizat'on of Its kind in americt. 60 PEOPLE OX THE STAGE 60 Iht Real B!g Show. The event of ti scvon. Carrylnr a carload of. scenio tffiCti. Besutiful Cootemes and i erf de'all, and Urchta ra cf ' Sulo ISBBio sn. Zfsuppas 23c to QLSO reerred test at 55c. 400 re Bervtd scars at 51c ccure stats early at Flnke's. Tel .-shone 40. Motf s Nerverise Piils Tfce great remedy for . nervous pros .. tration and all ......... oiseatesoi tue buviujuiiuiiatM.u. gans o either sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or lost Manhood, Impotency, Nightly Emis sions, Youthiul Errors, Rlcntal Worry, ex Ctssfve use of Tobacco or Opium, v-hich kad to Consumption and Insanity. $1.00 per box by mail; 6 bases for $5.00. For eile br M. F. Balinrin. drurgbt, corner Fourth avenue aud Twentieth street. are the most fatal of all liseases. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE i GUARANTEED remedy ar money refunded. Con tains remedies recognized by all eminent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles. tM tW rrsbc sac oaa 91.00 HUB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVaasL ' . evtyH F av rt n mm There are 1,500,00a Jew el Stoves and Ranges in use to-day. The record of any one of these is the strongest proof of the merits of Jew el Stovos and. Ranges. Laos fnr tha tmis-surk. are sold by vers & Compan y is nthe First Mile-stone On the road to tuccess," si ! we are a pretty lon waj on that road. Strange to aay, we carry that milc-stnne, 4 hencftj," in our pockets." That is why every one of our j bs is conscientiously accomplished. DAVIS CO. Biaxr A. raatuoa Bock Island. I1L Arrj u sc rr, e ri t s. Harpers Tneatre, Cbas. BLirtn, Manager. Ova wnoLi Wcck Uommencirg Sunday, K07. 14- SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT THE FLINTS FUN MAKERS. HissMaiinaFliitFSH CXOllCn1. COOipaVDJ. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM Fricea-lS, S3, U and SDc arper's Theatre Csus. Blecck, MiBtgcr FOUa NIGIirS AND ON MATI NEE, COMMENCING Monday Evening, Oct. 22. ENGAGEMENT FXTBAORMNABY! Mrcf!o- AnaiTii.nl h r.-e flcCMft. fitet Aran lean Tour of tLc urid - rcao waed FAUST BROS. ItfU-IClL COMEbT AND KOVELTT OO. LONDON BELLRIITGERS SEE AND HEAR ISWiSSfg. feT Acrobatic act; 'hj Mitmt M;-tca Arti.u; Mist scrnsndf z. Btuara iSoiom; .ha an 'ar, Danclnir Dolls; little naty. Child ,m llcnn; ors Victor. fTlnphimo noiuUt: Trd 1 1 'tr.ene, Aebrjavue Vjoliii.ts; Msstrr tiedaiv. Ci am'pioa Itsncer; and otror oimedian. singer acd tne f AUeT PanTOMIMB C . all b!sdcisM snec- ll etl A contmsoa. Mr.r-rmsner. urai.dr.rn ilyaatlneelkslrinln aficrco-n. AioilaioB for school children ice to all parts cf ih , nosse. Mocdar nii'ht Is lie wiil be admitted tree wbra scunaoasiul ly one aid reserved st'icsrt. sea son rale st it.eaer Bros rrte s !, SOe, sot. IE nC!!n'Q roB cnnr.B hex. IX UPCn sJThtsj rem ray helny I a. Jrtd dlrvetljr te tha ms 01 insse at. the 'tite-l rinarjr ism af ml mi mm ra:arasiterl fa 1 ta a lilva. Msoall ttlaia aatlr. A. t. Rka. Fourth Arenas) Ornc Store, fata aaeat, Boca lUtai, lit I - V- I -L