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THE ARGUS, TTEDXESD AT, MAY IT; 1S0S.
THE HEAT PLAGUE Mrs. Plnkham's Explanation of the Unusual Number of Deaths and Prostrations Among Wcszien. The (Treat heat Dlazue of Ausrust. lesson. One could not fail to notice the dead throughout this country, that so many of c '3 the rictims were women in their thirties, and (?Ltfc women between fort v-five and fi 1 1 v. . -J?!; The women who succumbed to the pro tracted heat were women whose energies were exhausted by sufferings peculiar to their aex; women who, taking no thought I themselves, or who, attaching no im portaoce to h'rht symptoms, allowed their lemaie system to Decome run down, Constipation, capricious appetite, restlessness, forebodings of evil, vertigo, languor, and" weak ness, especially In the morning, an itching sensation which suddenly attacks one at. night, or whenever the blood becomes overheated, are all warnings. Don't wait too long; to build np your strength, that i now a positive necessity t Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lias spe cific curat i ve powers. You cannot do better man iofoinim-nceacour.se of this grand of first y wptoms you will nee by the following letter what terrible. suGcrin- came to Sirs. Craig, and how she was cured : I have taken me. I wish I could get every ialy in the land to try it, f-ir k dirt for me what doctors could not do. " M us. Sau.ie Cbaio, Inker's Landing, l'a. Chubby, Rosy and Healthy Children Who feast on K11KI.L & MATH'S Kich. 1'iiic and 1i lieioiis Ice Cream. Are our lirst ndvcriiseiiieiil. lHsriit!'s llirive on it :nid invalids e:in eat it and lc noiiri.-lied, u hen tliev couldn't tate virttluN of :iny kind. Doctors preserilie Krell & Math's lee Cream for fever patient 4 at all times, as it is cooling, tniiinjj and inuui-.li-in lo weak stoinaelis. It cools and revives when von are wilted and Worn. Pure cieam and ripr fruit flavors only are used. Our lee Cream ami Fruit lees are pronounced delicious by ciMinohxeiirs '" good things. Brick ICe Cream Is I lie only way to have it served at yoiirdiuucror parly. Three kinds in each briek easy to serve and rusts no more than the hulk. 'We 1aek it in iee so that it will ,eep for hour or until used, and ve deliver it. KRELL fi MATH ITionc ITHMJIi Scccrnl Avenue. Banner Pxars the motto. "Coolness for All." It's our Soda sa lute, tired not with jrum. but with foam. There's 1ouiid to U a hoi time liefoiv the Soptrmlvr rijiiiimx. and our fountain of delirious drinks Will hrin relief to Old Sol's victims. Keep cool and help to keep others rool in this summery encounter between nickels and prespir.it ien. It's having a summer resort at home to meet at our foun tain. White Palace " of Sweets. mm Qur OF AUGUST, 189G. in the lon- list.f .O.vii? fV f ' ' medicine, r.v the nc-rrWr Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Com Ml I pound and think it is the licst medicine for women in the world. I was so weak snd nervous that 1 thought I could not live from one day to the next. I had pro lapsus uteri and leucorrhi;i and thought I was go ing into consumption. 1 would get so faint I thought I would die. I had dragging pains in my back, burn ing sensation down to my f. et, and so many miser. .& lee lings. I'cople said that 1 looked like a dead - woman. Doctors tried to cure me. but failed. I hail given up when I heard of the l'inkham medicine. I got a lttle: I did not have much faith in it, but thought I would try it, and it made a new woman of Hard to Combat. The EviilemTH of tlur Sentes-What Kirk himiiii l-rople : Is l"rctty lumal I'rooT for Km'k li;iut I'eople. When we see it ourselves. When our own ears hear it. When our neighbors tell it. Our friends endorse it. No bet ter ev ideliee can be hud. It's not what rop!e say in Maine. Or distant inullei iugs from Califor nia. No deceiving echoes here. Rock Nland people talk iilmiil Hock Island people. Public opinion is published for the public good. There is no proof like home proof. Home testimony at the back of every bo of I loan's Kidney Piils. Can you believe your neighbors? Uead this statement made bv a citi zen: Mr. Conrad Schneider, grocer, of -';1 Twentieth street, savs: --I urn very favorably impressed with Dunn's Kidney Pills as a remedy for kidney trouble. For some time 1 have had a weakness across my kidneys, disagree able pains in the s II of my back and other svmptoius arising front disor dered kidneys, which were verv se vere and annoying. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills advert ised and especially recommended f,,r mv complaint, so I got a supply at the Harper house drug store. They relieved the pain in mv kidneys, strengthened my back anil regulated the action of the kidney se cretions to a normal condition. Doan's Kidney Pills are all that is claimed for them and deserve the licst success. Yon may refer others to me at any time, as one who has used Doan's Kidney Pills with much bene fit." Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. Price V.o cents. Mailed by Foster-Mil I mm Co., P.nlTalo. N. Y. sole agents for the I'nited Stales. Ucnicin Int the name, Doan's, and take no substitute. For sale by Mar shall & Fisher. I.ntlie Can Wear shoes One size smaller after using Allen's Koot-Ease. a powder to lie shaken into the shoes. It makes tight or new shoes feel easy; gives instant relief to corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the aire. Cures and prevents swooleu feet, blisters, cal lous and sore spots. Allen's Foot Kase is a certain cure for sweating, hot aching feet. At all druggists and shoe stores. -J.'t cents. Trial package free by mail. Address Allen S. Olm sted. Lc Hoy. N. Y. A Warm Vriciul. Foley's Colic is very hot. but when diluted it is a warm friend indeed to those suffering from bowel com plaints. It never faiN. -J.") cents and 0 cents. S !d by T. 11. Thomas. Paint Paiht 100 Cant St.. Clerelanit. ' 2629 Stewart Art.. Chicagx 87 Washington St., He m fork. 21 St. Ar.toint St Montreal. TIGERS ARE BEATEN Rock Island Team Wins a Close Came at Du buque. YOUNG'S DOUBLE DOES TEE EUSE5ESS Sullivan' In ilia lis Knork WaMi'a Curves All Over thr Kiclil for Too Inning, Hat the I.ltlle Man Hrace I p After the Sec ond, mid With Kxcrllent Support Secures a Victory -Hlrkey Fails to Arrive. Flayed. Won. Lost. Perct 7 5 1 .714 6 4 i .187 .8 ft 3 .( .5 3 2 .600 5 S3 H 3 5 .775 6 S 4 .SSI 7 2 5 .S86 IVoria Mliicy llnck Inland Hurliiurion St. Josepti Cedar li.ipiils iti!:niiu Duliuituc Dubuijue. Iowa, Mav '-Cy" Young's screeching double did the business in the eighth. After securing a lead of seven runs in the lirst two innings of today's game, it looked like a cinch for Du buque, who found Walsh's curves to their liking and nearly drove the young man to the bench by their ter rific hitting, scoring seven times in two innings on two liassi s and ci"ht ives. Put the Hock Island boys came right back with six in their half of the second on two passes. Kane's error, singles by Dillon and Iiaer and doubles by McKiblien and Wright. This tierce onslaught drove Peter son to the woods. Mcl'arlane taking his place on the slab. Walsh grew 'more effective and allowed Sullivan -Tigers but two safe drives during the remainder of the game, a home run by Proctor in the fourth and a single by Krovvn in the eighth. In the third inning I lahert y workyd his base on bails. Dillon doubled, and after Ilaiina and Bahhiit had retired on long llies. Walsh made a clean eiiiglc. scoring Flaherty and Dillon, and put- !... l .i i i mi- me i.suois one ruji in me lean. Proctor's, homer, lied the score anil the home team forged ahead again in the sixth, scoring ouch on Ilanford's wild throw to lirst and two outs. In the eighth Flaherty worked his base on balls, Dillon drove out an other clean one. and both men scored on Young's drive for two bases. Cy"' (who batted for Habbitt) going out trying to stretch .the hit into a triple. The home team failed to score and the Islanders went away with the game, after making a great uphill tight and a grand tinisli. The score: Hock Island n r (I o o 0 2 10 U.iliuque 4 3 0 1 0 10 0 11 9 ISatteries V.'aMi mid Hiinfnr.l: Peterson. Merurlauc ami HinIvl- Hits-Hock Islitid. N !i:liwii:e H hrritrs fioel; !-l:!iii. :i: V,v ln:iKe. 3. Two hase liits MeKililien Wrfaht. lii'.lon. Voctiu' Ymait'. Home run Proctor. iiase on c.iili u nails im v. aisli S: Meh nrlane. 8: l'eterson. I. Struck out Hv Walsh. 3: Miv Kafianc. Peterson, t. Tine.:, 2 hours. Uai I)irc. Waul Attemiauue. .inn. Other games: At, St. Joseph. Quiiicy I. St. Joseph .t; at Cedar Itap- i"s. rcona t eilar Kapnls 2; IJur-lington-Oltnmwa game postponed on account of rain. IlliMiioml (;oss!p. Now we arc in third place. That's not so bad. Key. J. H. Cannon and Suncrvisor J. T. Shields attended yesterday's game. Catcher Hickey failed to arrive. Ilanford is playing behind the bat. Pahhitl will probably le worked in the box. The directors of the Hock Island ball club at their last meeting passed a resolution tothe effect that all .subscrip tions not in by June 1 Is-collected. There is about t'liM) yet outstanding, and the directors are anxious to get it in. as the money is needed to meet obli gations which will soon come due. A Kim llown Condition. I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for that tired feeling and general run down condition of the sysjeni. I seemed to Ik- tired all the time. Hood's Sarsaparilla gave me relief, and has proved a great medicine to purify the hi I and build up the strength."' Sarah K. Peak. Virginia. Illinois. Hoods Ijis :,n. the only pills to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver ills. Konml. At T. H. Thomas' drug store, a marvclous'cnrc for kidney complaints, nervous cxhatistjon arid female weak ness. It is Foley's Kidney Cure. For Sale by T. H. Thomas. If there's any reason why you should use paint, there is every reason why" you should use The Sherwin-Williams Paint It's more economical, because it covers more taa other paints. A dollar's worth of it will go further than a dollar's worth of any other. It wears longer yon won't require to paint so often if you use it It looks best you only have to see a job done with it to appreciate this. There's nothing else "just as good." Get cur sample cards and booklet they are free. The Sherwin-Wiluahis Co. Amo Colo Makexz. NOTES FROM CAMP TANNER. Members of Company A Fat Through Final Examination. Camp Tanner, Springfield. Mav 10. At 8:30 this morning we were tlken down town and put through the linal examination. Eijrhiv-six of the mem bers of Company A passed. One of tie bovs intentionally failed because lie was home-sick. We will be Unittd States army men by the time this let ter is received in Hock Island. The 3d and 5th regiments of infantry will move tomorrow or next itav. gom" to New Orleans, and the 6th will in all probability lie sent to the national capital no later than Tuesday of nex t week. The physicians say that Company A is composed of the liest lot of men tl'ev liaveexani'iied. The (ith vvi'.l lie the only regiment which will go info the service with a full quote of men. We had a good dinner today. We are getting used to this kind of life in J don t care much whether school keeps of not. hddie Yv agner will make a warm looking soldier. Albert Sclmell is singing Home Sweet Home.1 He'll bob up in the old town one of these days. The Y. M. C. A. has added two more tents. J he association is doinir t great deal for the boys in the way of providing reading matter, writing pajier and games. A. l'runer. the state secretary, is here. There will lie a song service at the tent tonight. Hiisev. JOTTINGS AROUND J0SLIN. News of Miscellaneous interest From the I'ppcr Eml of tlte County. Joslin. May 10. C. J. Searle came up by train to shake hands with his friends Saturday morning last. William ('roll shipped a ear load of liogs trom Josiin Wednesday last. He aid $:'.(i0 er hundred. On account of wet weather the farmers have been somewhat delayed in preparing their ground for corn. J. C. Swank, sujicrintendi'nt of poor larm. came to Joslm Iiiesdav last, and was introducing his friend (ieorge Johnson to the Voters. Joslin is now looking up. our post ollice hav ing become a money order oilier, and the bond of W. 11.' White side, the ist mastrr. has been en larged. Mrs. James Hathbiirn. of Port Byron, is said to lie very sick, and Iter daughter. Mrs. Parker, was sent for. An operation has been performed for apM-nilicitis. Mrs. l'rank Tinsinan received a tele gram on Sunday morning last, stating that her sister, who resides at Prince, ton. III., is very sick. Samuel and Isaac Wainwriglit. son; of S. D. Wainwriglit. of Hamilton township, drove up Sunday last and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ira aiiiwnght. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Da'ih v left Joslin by train Monday morning last tor a week s v isit with thoir daughter and sou-in-law. who is the siiienii- iciiiient and proprietor ol a litismes college at Battle Creek. Mich. Mrs. Ciiristotih'-r Whiteside, win has been ailing of late, went down to Davenport for the purpose of eonsui- latioa wit li t !:e doctors of .Mercy hos pital. and her condition was such that it was thought best that she should submit lo a surgical oiN-ratiou. sinei which time the symptoms have ben layoraiile to a speedy recovery. OAI. VAM.F.Y ( I I I.IMIS. Coal Valley. May 10. Miss Haiti St en strom is verv iil. Mrs. Anne Buckley is ipiite ill. Miss Ktta Barton and nephew, t Cable, are here. Miss Fannie Frecburg. of Moliut was here Saturday. The farmers in this vicinity hav commenced planting corn. Many of the children here are fering vvilli the whooping cough. Mrs. (Jeor''e l.aus.i!i .,.,.1 ,.,i,l silf- i-n of Cable, visited with friends here la week. Alfred Haigh and Ooorge Law son. of Cable, passed through our v illage Sunday. Mrs. William Wood and children, of Hock Island, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ceoge Hillier. of Hock Maud, v isited w ith friends and relatives here the forepart of the week. Our public schools close Friday. May 13. A picnic will 1m- held by tin school children in the schiyif yard. The bright May month has runic again: the green grass, the blossoms, and the wild llowers proidaim the fart. Our new butcher has now almost completed his dwelling and will com mence business as soon as his slaugh ter house is finished. Kni-klrn' Arnica Salve. The licst salve in the world for cuts bruise", sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin enii tions. and positively cures piles or no pay required. It "is guaranteed to give jK-rfert satisfaction or motiev re funded. Price rents per box. For sale by Hartz A; rilemcyer. To Consumptive. Asail honest remedy, Foley's Honey and Tar docs not hold out false hoc in advanced stages, but truthfully claims to give comfort and relief in the Very worst eases, ami in the early stages to effect a cure. Sold byT. H. Thomas. Have loo Kidney Troulilr? A 50 cent trial Utt!e of Foley's Cure will iirevent serious results fri.m ; Ciis nuallv fatal disease. NId by T. T. Thomas. OABTOIIIA. Brti4 j it Hied Hat i,i Bait Eigutiia 5& FINEST WEST OF CHICAGO. Ken laouiiry of Kaucrsf -td ' X Sexton on; Third Arconr.- What is conceded t.i be th'li'.iPit es tablishment of its kind west of Chi cago is the Hock Island Steam laun dry, of which Edward B.uiersfeid and M. II. Sexton are the proprietors. 1 liese geliUeiuell staried ill business, in June. is'Jj. locating on west Seven-' tecnth street. Bv hard work and. lose application to their business they built up an excellent trade, which grew so rap:d!v that to proiieilv care for is rcijiiired more room. A new building was decided on. and the re sult is that the lirm is jiernianeutlr es tablished in a place of its own tin Third avenue. The new laundry is modern, Ixdh as to its construction i:;d eiiuipiacnt. being fiirn:hcd with all the new machinery that goes to make up a tirst-class establishment. 1 he entire first tlo'or is utilized. 1 he over plant is at the rear, while the washing, sttrt'hing and ironing arc lone in separate depart mcnts. The Irving roniii was built in accordance with plans suggested by the proprie tors. The cilice, of course, is in the front par! of the building. It is liti-i-hed in yellow pine. The front is lah' glass, modern and attractive. The Surprise of All. James Jones, of the drug lirm of Join s )c Son. Cowdeii. 111., ill speak ing of Dr. King's Ne.v Discovery, savs tnal last winter his wife was attacked with la grippe, and her case grew so serious thai physicians at Cowdenalld Pana could do nothing for her. It seemed to develop into hasty ron iiinptioii. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in store, ami selling lots of it, he took a bottle home, and to the surprise of all she liegan to get lictter from tjrst dose, and half dozen dollar bottles cured her sound and well. Dr. King's New Discovery for consump tion, coughs and colds is guaranteed to do this good work. Try it. Free trial bottles at Halt. & i'lleiiicyer'.s drug srorc. Attention, Campers ami Fishing I'arties. We are headniartcrs for ramping ind lishing supplies; also a full line f fresh groceries always on hand and tt the lowest price. Ice delivered to ill camps. Fresh and cured meats, fresh produce direct from the farm. All goods sold will ie delivered free jf charge. S. J. Ai'1-I.K, Scars. 111. I'IIcn! I'ilcs! 1'ilcs! Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure blind, bleeding and itching piles when all other ointments have failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at once, acts as a poultiee. gives instant relief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is prepared oi;lv for piles and itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Fivcrv box is warranted. Sold by druggists or sent by mail on receipt of price. 50 jents and $1 per box. Williams Mam tacti-kini; Co.. Proprietors. Cleveland Ohio. Sold by M. V. Bahiiseli, Drir'gist. Arnold's liromo Celery cures head aches: 10, . and 50 cents. Hciss drug store. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of $tyffi&&tK Ejan the Itie Kind Yea tim km Bwtit Statue V . SZ$, cf Hetfs Nerverme Pills Tie great remedy for nervous pros t ration ani all nervous "Vifa-tf ??. diseases of the tUuilt AND Al itU LM.G. ... .1 -:,l sex, tuch : Nervous Prostr.it?on, Failing or lost Manhood, Impoteflry, Hi"Hy Emis sions, Youthful Errors. Mental "Vorry, ex cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. SI .00 per box by jnail; 6 boxes lor 55.00. Fornlc bf M. F. Ei.!:iiin. I'ruryirt. corner Fonrt'i vb':u tu I Tieatieth ftn-t-L It rru wtth yon whrtfanr jt.n rmtnf iuv u'-K.rn lor HiUu . ma, line, puruirs bw1, r it&ks Ton tr jinr in n-min. nvrv- wCI pin- r!i. f--.i t, i.C llW.-N. h f- ru. lAtr it r.l. tt-UMly fir. T . t. - WrlUf SraHfla., I e.o. trl, ,m Itl il t.i n.r- ..... Uave you Sore Throat, rimples, OTper Oolornd Spots. Aches, O.d iSorwm Ulceri In Mouth, Hair-FullinK? Write Cook Kkmkut fa, V10 Miiwuilc 'iaup e, Cbicano, I;L. for proofs of cures; captuU, 6oi!,ooo. Worm -aces cured tu IS to 5 dni. lO(-&i!e bnk fri. & i m y a ' i V T.,1.1. 41 VH ' fo.ill ir vt ityjvT Why They Are Better The woman who selects her spring millinery, aided by the possibility of our large and well selected stcck, may be sure of getting the correct thing. The peculiarities of this season's millinery is very marked. The correct hat is a com posite of Richness, Elegance and Good Taste. Our variety of such millinery is endless, and we have trimmincr talent caoable of nrodueinT these advanced siyies. ou pay nothing Swanson's Millinery. 108 West Second Street, DAVENPORT. OOOOQO03QO0OQOOaO30OOOO0Q6Q00 g tor tcmuy Perhaps in your family you use but little whisky, but you want that little good of the best. The United States Govern ment guarantees the Age and Purity of every bottle of through its Internal Revenue Frankfort. Ky. J T.very twttle ef Old Crow ami Hcrmttair i trsteil. Po fiirc the Internal Revenue Stamp over the CwV nnil Caj-sule ts uot broken mril fly Ji. that it bears the name W. A. OalNLS & CO. j JUT It is a Cover i tat liaarwlN that ors with this bottliaf. v J ' ALL DEALERS SELL IT g DOLLY BROS s0 MONDAY. MAY fl Ladies' regular $l.o0 sIuh-s. tutr juice t:.:. -:'lc l'l hv $3.50 TIT'SDAY Ladies' i-ciilar 2.7.i vesting toj. tan shoes, our price 2.2.. sale price $f.75 AVK1)NF.S1).VY Children's 7.'m- sIkh-s for gQC TIIL'IISDAY-Indies fl.ii (Mords and sli.H-rs for $1.00 KKIIAY-Il. ns slims for S.VlVltDAY Men's slu's. Imcklt. lace DOLLY BROS. - We close at 6:.'l0 except The Elixir of Han Yen Got It? If not, consult the celebrated Specialists of the Chicago Medical Insti tute, perman ently located in Davenpcrt, la. Who His Cured O'r Eiectrle Mc"i for th rettncn! of Nurrmn Di--ae, K!immt!bmand H-ndrcds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur able by Others. COZSrSTTLT-TIOlSr FEEE: NKi'.VtJt'S DKBILITT, ExhanstWe Drain. S!eoplcisna, Threatened la fai li y. V.'. ak Memory, Mental Deliuiuiit, or njr oilier condition du to nerfotn czhanitloa, pot lliveljr enrol. CATAIIKII, Dyspepsia. Athm, KhcornatiBtu, Bcrofola, Sfphills, Blood, K iiinrr. l.iwr d4 ttkin Diwtset cn be quickly and permanently cured ly oar advanced ayftaai c? medicine. VAllICOCELK ia the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat r r.'iih' with oihc vlii n we ciiaranteo oa a rrmaixnt cure la acTen daya by oar painkaa Bicibudu, II jJrocck- cured in tuoc da). no ain. WOMKN suffer) rjg from dieeaoea peculiar to ber sox, should consult as. We bac carwl many cani ivn op a h'jfH-lca. and we may be alile torarv yna. hurKica opcra tlone iiorluriacd a: your booic If dtkired. AlMiutninal and brain aurgvry a KCialty. OUll CllF.DKNTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARK THE BEST. The Bum- emnt Mknnwli ti;emeiitfi wc Lave roeeiveit from tbn n-wiper for oar rema'kahla earaa ra lonli m-lical nnd 'iirircal raw a. I proof aur.elarlvs that oar adranerd avtaodii ear. wber. all o h- r fall. Therefore, d not wane liiiw wiib other, but consult as at onoa and nmla yoar . lo- health, 1'lH-rn I" a ataya In eery riln-r that can be cared llaee yoa punn-d that Ura If n.r doi.nl exp'-riiru-nl any motrwr, I'nt consult aa at once. Ftinhrrmort, we oflar Sl.Oiu lo anyoiir protrinir our credential falu. Wo make It an oh). ft to iovmtlratc num. N. otbmr rpeaialirt offer yoa KOcil a fair pMioitii. ONLY tl'KABI.g 'AsS TAKKN. Bortofref crenre and cn drtiliaH. If yoa rannot call, write, llandre la cured bjr aaau. Uoura 4 M It, S to 6, 7 to 8. bundays, ll:SUto l:Ju. OfFlCE 31 AXD 32 M'MASI'S BIUDIXC, DAVEXrOHT, li Iino Tailoring . . . A few notes regarding spring goods that can be found by look ing at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Spring novel tic in suits the prices range from flH, f 20, 22, f 22 and up. The prices in the spring trousers range from 5, 5.60, 6, 16.50 and upward. Come in and sec our Cno line. Gus. Englln, Manager, IB03 Second kn Reck Island : Savings Bank. HOCK Four Ter Ce;t Pi4 on Depoalta. Mobor Lcaad on rertoaai Collateral or Real Estate Security. OFFICERS: J. N Puford. rrmitf. nt, John ?ruhA'jah, Virr I'r.idenl. F. Olecuawall. .aI.ier, Ifc inn ht'.tirr u, i. iw. ami orenpy lb 8. B. corner Mitcle.-ll A Lyaic anew baildlLX. . extra lor these at o o o o o 8 c Officers at the distilleries, at MAY'SHOE SALE ucc... Change of Program Dotty Second Week ... $1.63 and congress, for $1.00 307 TWENTIETH STREET, UOCK ISLAND. Wcdnesilay ami Saturday. Life is Heal Dr J E Walsa. Ite of Chleaco. fomerlj Huri-eon-tn-ehltf vi 81. Antbouj'a lloltal. Incorporated Under Us State Law. IKLANP, ILI DIEECT0E9: aoaoia, inh OrcbaerV uriaii, W Ha ret, John Valk. W Wiiaa.toa, fkUH'tcbati Lbiatua, JMBafort, Jackaoa Hant, aancltara - - e. in t: