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THE AEGTJS. TUESDAY. AUGUST 15, U99.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
CONDITION OF THE CROPS
Published Dally and Weekly at 1824 Second
A Venn. Bock Island. I1L Entered at the
rcsvrfflce as Second-clas matter J
Plammer is in Chicago to-
Marsball is in Cordova te
IN THE NAME OF J. W. POTTEB.
TKRWS Dai'.y, 10 ceats per week. Weekly,
tZ.00 per annum; In advance 11.50.
AU communications of political or argumen
tative ebaracter. political or religions, must
bar Mai name attached for publication No
aueh article will be printed over fictitious sig
Correspondence noLcIted from every town-
ship In B jek Island county.
Tuesdat, August 15.
Thirty thousand Finns are
to settle in New Fonndland.
What promises to be an expensive
lawsuit was started in Fort Wayne
the other day over an old cat and a
litter of kittens.
A jack tar was offered $100 for his
Dewej medal and knocked down the
man who offered it. lie ought to
nave another medal.
IDE United btates turns out an
finally 185,000,000 pounds of plug to
bacco, IZ.WO.UUU pounds oi line cut.
14.000,000 pounds of snuff. 4.000.
000,000 cigars and 5.000,000,000
A reunion' of ex-slaves and their
former masters is to be held at Chat
tanooga, Tenn., Sept. 1, and an atten
dance of 15,000 is expected. The rela
tions between the former master and
slaves are cordial, and at the feast
whites and blacks may evolve a means
lor suppression of lynching by sup
pression of the crimes responsible for
W. J. Bur an in the current issue of
the Independent voices the sei-t'.-ment
of the great party represented
ly him, when he makes the following
suggestion: "An individual may lead
. a double lite wben only one life is
known. Wben both lives are known
he can lead on,ly one life, and that the
'worst. A republic cannot enter upon
a colonial policy. It cannot advocate
government by force abroad. The
declaration of independence will lose
its value when we proclaim
the doctorine familiar in Kurope,
bat detestable here, that govern
nients are round in rhape.
about 13 inches in diameter and fired
out of a cannon. If we accept the
gunpowder gospel in the Philippines,
how long will it be before that principle
will be transplanted in American sou. '
Trout News of a Day.
In the industrial news one day last
week were accounts of the organiza
tion oi the following" trusts:
1. A glove trust with $20,000,000
capital stock. It proposes not onlv
to control the American manufac
turing and market, but to build up
an export trade. "We are satisfied
that we can undersell Kuropean man
ufacturers abroaa. says the promo
ter. Gloves, of course, are heavily
protected under our tana.
2. A combination of the manufac
turers of sensitized photographic
paper, with a capitalization of $13,-
3. A cotton duck trust, with a capi
talization of f2o.o00.000.
4. The bobbin trust, with a capital
or s 2,uuu,uuu.
5. The tobacco trust, which has
long had a monopoly of the cigaret
business, is now reaching out for all
the smoking tobacco manufactories
and has "taken in"souieof the largest
independent concerns in the west.
- 6. The American Tin Plate company
is "closing up many of its acquired
plants," throwing many workmen
out of employment.
And these are bnt supplemental to
the hundreds of combines that have
followed the incoming of the present
national administration. I be source
of wonder is that there still remain
in this country any important inde
pendent industries, and these will not
exist ionr n prevailing political con
Trans f era.
Aug. 11 Johanna Meese to Claire
M. Meese. s lot 5. block 2. McEniry's
add.. Aloline. $o00.
14 William Potter to Gideon Reed
nwl set 19. 16. 4w. $1,105.
Clark Cor bin to Re in hold C. Letsch,
w 140 acres se 28, 18, le. sj ae nej
23. 18. le, $2,300.
D. C. Murphy is in Galesbnrg to
E. C. Vose, of South Dakota, is in
J. P. Weyerhanser returned north
J. C. McElherne is in Comanche,
Willis Mitchell returns to Cedar
Mrs. Mary Koch, of 2205 Fourth
avenue, is seriously ill.
Herman Eckermann. of reoria, is
visiting relatives and friends.
Misses May Fuller and Myrtle Bar
ber leave tonight lor Omaha.
J. P. Smith, a business man of Mt-
Carroll, was in the city today.'
Charles II. Lvndon. of Louisville,
Ky., is visiting Rock Island friends.
Mrs. James Hampsen has returned
from a week's visit at Rock Falls,
F. L. Pan tall, who is visiting in the
citv. left today for Galva and Gales-
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wivil have re
turned from a visit at Burlington,
Mrs. Henrv Tremann left this morn-
imr for uaiesourg to visit wnn
Miss Bessie Calhoun, of Grand
Rapids, Mich., is visiting friends in
Miss Hilda Roseberry has returned
from a 2-weeks' visit to friends at
Rev. and Mrs II. W. Reherd. of Mi-
Ian, left today for a visit at Winona
R. II. Davis, of Alexis, an old Rock
Islander, was a caller at Tiie Akgcs
Mr. and Mrs. D. . S. Metzgar.
of Port Bvron, were Rock Island vis
Mi3s Florence Despres, of Chicago,
is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. D. t
C. I-. Tarns has returned Horn an
extended visit to Buffalo and other
New York cities.
Mrs. A. S. Phore, of California, who
hat been visiting in the city, left for
Du Clique today.
Charles Schrocder and family, of
819 Ninth avenue, arrived home from
Clark Cage left last night for a 2-
weeks1 visit at the home of his par
ents in Harrison, Mo.
Mrs. Charles Toll, who has been
visiting in the city, returned to her
home at Clinton today.
Thomas Brennan, train dispatcher
for the Rock Island at Blue Island, is
in the city calling on friends.
W. W. Rider, state superintend.
eat of the Central Union Telephone
company, was in the city today
Miss Harriet Eberhart' has returned
from Ottumwa. Iowa, where she vis
ited with hes sister, Mrs. II. O. Rugh.
Mrs. Edna Moore, of Port Byron,
returned to her home today via the
stiftuier Winona after a visit in the
Mrs. B. J. McCann. of Boston, is
visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs.
Catherine Sullivan, 918 Twenty-sec
Mrs. Peter Etzel. of 720 Eleventh
avenue, and Miss Minnie i-lzel, leit
today for Chicago for a 3-weeks'
visit with friends.
Mrs. J. M. Bradley, of Dubuque,
who was called to the city owing to
tbe serious illness oi Mrs. A. Carl,
returned home today.
P. II. Fezler, of Kewanee, a former
resident of Rock Island, was operated
on recently in Chicago and is reported
to ie recovering nicely.
lion, ueorge w. I'nnce has ac
cepted the invitation of the committee
to be here on the occasion oi tbe good
roads convention ept. v.
Mrs. L. II. Greer has returned to
the city from New Albon, Iowa. She
will remain in the city for a Jew days
before leaving for her future home at
Mr. and Mr?. H. P. Greenough. Mr.
and Mrs. John O'Neill and daughters,
tbe Misses Florence and Grace, of
Cable, and Miss Evelyn ' Long com
posed a party that left last night for
Mrs. J. Walter and two daughters.
Henrietta and Florence, after a 2
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ainsley. returned last evening to
their home in Savanna, accompanied
by Mr. alter.
of U Globe for
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aaa prrpttrva nocr tarn Mrtngent
SERMAI MEDICAL LAWS,
.wagnoN dt sir man t pfivxuaaas v
a piniinn 73
World renowned ! Rrnarrkablv .- fal I
Only fnralai wtta Trad Mark " Aocfcor."
xaa at0. a oocua. AtaUdranKawUunvt
r. la. Ecsm co. nsrwrtrt mtsii
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Branca Hooka, Ova QUuvacka,
LwlsraMt antal Jtmmtmumttm. as?
f ATfCBO at BTOMACUAI. feast for
'o Right to UclliK
The woman who is lovely in face
form and temper will always have
friends, bnt one who would be at
tractive must keep ber health. If she
is weak, sickly and all run down, she
rill be nervous ana irritable. If she
has constipation or kidney trouble,
i her impure blood will cause pimples.
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch-
I a ' . . w- . ar.. . .
eu complexion. uectric Bitters is tbe
best medicine in tbe world to regulate
stomach, liver and kidneys and to
purify the blood. It gives strong
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvet
skin; rich complexion. It will make
a good-looking, charming woman of a
run-down invalid. Only 50 cents at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Accidents come with distressing fre
quency on tne I arm. cuts, bruises.
stings, sprains. Dr. l nomas' Lclec-1
tric Oil relieves the pain instantly.
I & -w ... ... T
1 is ever sale without it. rcr sale by
1 &xa r snail s f isher, druggists.
Early Fields Promise to b Safe From
The Illinois weekly crop
says of the week ending Aug M:
ine temperature 01 ine ween aver
aged nearly normal, although there
were several bot days. I he rainfall
was largely local in character, very
heavy in some counties, and very light
in others; in southwest counties
delnge of rain fell last Tuesday, cans
ing great damage to corn, millet and
fall crops, .washing fields carry ing away
bridges, culverts and stacked grain
and creating havoc generally. A few
north-central counties need rain. tJorn
continues to make splendid growth
and is generally in line condition
Early fields now promise to be safe
from the frost by the 1st to 10th of
September and late ones from the loth
to tbe suth of September. A large
yield now seems to be generally assur
ed in early fields. Broomcorn cutting is
general with Xair results, but some
crooked brush. Threshing continues
although delayed by showers and wet
gram, some of wbicb is damaged
Pastures generally are revived and in
good condition; seed clover promises
well: millet cutting nas Degun. oar-
dens furnish plenty of late vegetables
potatoes are excellent. Apples sun
drop quite badly, but will yet afford
a fair crop; dryers are very busy in
tbe southern counties. Grapes are
ripening and promise well; plums
aud pears are plentiful, tall plow
ing advanced rapidly the past week.
tield peas will make a large crop
8urar beets in Tazewell, Peoria and
Knox counties are doing well."
IT IS VERY SCIENTIFIC.
Preferred to All Others of Its Kind.
A Faw of tba Many Folnta of Excellence
Not to be Found Among Others.
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids, the great
remedy for kidney and urinary ail
ments, is a scientific preparation. 11
has been perfected after 18 years of
hard work by an experienced chemist.
Kid-ne-oids act gently, thoroughly.
quickly and directly on the kidneys.
nerves and urinary organs. j.ney
build up tbe system and restore its
normal parts to their natural condi
Mrs. George Cough. 632 Grace
street, Elgin, III., speaks in favor of
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids, as follows:
have bad severe pain in 111 v back for
a long time previous to taking Mor
row's Kid-ne-oids, but after taking
them relief came suddenly and I can
recommend Kid-ne-oids to anyone suf
fering from a weak back, which is
caused by disordered kidneys."
When the kidneys are sluggish and
overworked, backache is the first indi
cation that something is wrong. Do
not let a slight backache or pain in
the region of the kidneys go nnheed
ed. A few does of Morrow's Kid-ne
oids will remove the. backache in a
very short time, and a course of treat
ment with Kid-ne-oids for about two
weeks is usually sufficient to cure a
bad case of kidney complaint.
Kid-ne-oids are not puis, but yellow
tablets, which is a scientific form of
preparing of medicine. They are put
up in wooden ooxes wmcn contain
enousrh for about two weeks' treat
ment and sell at 50 cents a box at M
F. Bahnsen's drug store.
Descrft)tive booklet mailed upon re
quest by John Morrow & to., chem
ists, Dpringlieid, Ohio.
Hl I.nclc of Tact.
"It's no use."' exclaimed Willie Wlsh-
lnjrton. "I can never learn to say the
right thing at the right time. I told
Miss suramins that ber eyes shone on
me like the stars above."
"That's old, but pretty," answered
"Yes. But she is one of those remark
ably tall girls who resent any refer
ence to their height." Washington
Shake Into lour Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet, and instantly takes
the stingoutof cornsand bunions. It's
the greatest comfort discovery of the
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
or new shoes easv. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot
tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold
by all druggist and shoe stores. By
mail for 25 cents in stamps. Trial
package free. Address Allen S. Olru-
sieu, lxnioy, 1.
Guaranteed by a dollar draft in
every $1 box cash it if no benefit re
sults that Mull's Pioneer ik.idnev
Cure will relieve any form of kidney
ami bladder disease promptly, and
effect a positive cure in a short time
by a faithful use of it. In tbe same
way we will guarantee our Pioneer
Cure for rheumatism and neuralgia.
for dyspepsia and stomach trouble.
for liver trouble, impure blood and
general debility, for female complaint.
A remedy for each disease not a
cure-all. Have cured an armv of
hopeless cases will cure vouJ 25
cents and $1. At T. II. Thomas'.
Three spectres that threaten baby's
life. Cholera infantum, d venter y.
diarrbua. ' Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry never fails to con
quer them. For sale by Marshall &
Tetter, eczema and skin diseases
yield quickly to the marvelous heal
ing qualitie's of Banner Salve made
from a prescription of a skin special
ist of world wide fame. 25c.
Is the Standard of Coffee Excellence by which all Coffee Quality is Compared?
Dining Room Table
Table Cloth, white Hth red ban.
' Slxe a0 z 68 Indies.
. Sent postpaid on receipt of a rent
foitaxe stamp and 0 ienat
cut rrom wrapper or .axoucJues'
No. S3. A Dress Pattern.
wl:le, 5 col
ors to select
be.ur.io I -2, fr-; - r T
tat. th fviV;-iLxl
(lor d.,in4. J 5j Ui
liven etit. iytSrTijj
' Fin quality
and fancy lace
32 x 40 inches.
paid on re
ceipt of two
and 33 sis
pers of Ar-
No. 54. A Pair Of WindowCurtalns.
tain a yard
wUle two and
paid on re
cclpt of 3
and 65 sis
pers of Ar
buckles' Boasted Coffee.
If ! I !
1 loi. Z-g ;
Six Lsdiss Pocket Haodksr
ehiefs. hematitchsd, eolored bord
srn, sise U s 1 inches. Hent poMt
paid on reeelpt of S cent
poatajre Hi ami and 2U sis;
natures cat from wrappers of
Arbucklea' Roasted Coara.
wra pper off
No. 58. A Pair of Shears.".
Of the best Amcriron make. 8 Inches long. Sent post-paid
on receiptors cent postace stump and 13 sianalures.
cut 'from wrappers of Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee.
No. 59. Razor made by J. R. Torrey. .
IISSI IS HII'" nn" 1
The J. P.. Torrey Razor Is
known as the best made In the United
States. The printed guarantee of the manufac-
'sr turer goes with each ra2or. Sent post-paid on
receipt of 3 cent postace atamp and 38 sianalures cut Irom wrappers of ArcuLklcs'
Roasted Coffee. - ,
A Pair of
Made by the best
American manu fac
turers and well finish
ed. Si. Inches long.
Sent post-paid on
receipt of 3 cent
pautace atamp and
13 slanatures cut
from wrappers of
No. 60. Lady's Belt.
Latest style, grain leather tan eolor 1 S
In- wide, nickel plated Luckie. Belui are
following sizes only, frtve size In incites
when orderlnK. from "' to2i f:i. ; from 7
to 22 in. ; from 33 to HA in. Sent pot
paid on receipt of n. 3 cent podt
ocuNtanp nnd 20 Hiatintures cut
from tbewrapptroot ArouL'klen' Roasted
No. 61. Man's Belt.
Grain leather, taa color, nickel -plated
buckle and rings. When ordering give
size of waist in Inches. Belts run from St
to 42 inches In length. Sent post-paid
on receipt of 3 cent postaae stamp
and 20 signatures cut from wrappers
of Arbucklea' Roasted Coffee.
No. 62. A Carving Knife and Fork.
A first-class set, mounted with genuine buck-born handles. Knife Wads
S inches long. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt of
3 cent postaae stamp and 90 sianalures cut from wrappers of
Arbuckles Roasted Coffee. When ordering nsme your neurvbt Express
Ofiice as well as your Post Office. (
No. 63. A Butcher's Knife.
Six Inch blade, hard woorihandle, good materials and well rlntfbed. Sent
pont-pnid on receipt oii cent pomace atamp and 20 aiguatures
cut from wrappers of Arbucklea' Roasted Coifee.
No, 64. A
'Will rat bread, slice ham and saw the bone. Serviceable, and should be In
every kitchen. Sent post-paid on receipt of 2 cent po.tnae stump and
14 aismatnrea cut from wrappers of Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee.
A Lady's Pen Knife.
lias two finely finished blades.
Handle beautifully variegated
in Imitation of onyx. Scat
poKt-pnid on receipt of 3
cent postnee stamp and 30
signatures cut from wrappers
of Artuckles' Roasted Coffee.
No. 67. Picture Frame.
Cabinet size, bras,
pont-pnid on re
ceipt of S rent
and 12 signn-
turcs cut f roni
wrappers of A r
No. 63. A Gentleman's Pocket Knife.
Two-bladed knife made of best
materials and finished In work
manlike manner. Sent post
paid on receipt of 3 cent post
age Btamp and 0 signatures
cut from wrappers of Arbuckles'
No. 68. An X-L Revolver.
Highest grade material and
workmanship, 32 calibre, centre-fire
double action. Sent by express,
charges prepaid by as, on receipt
of 3 cent postage stamp and 130
aicnatnree cut from wrappers of Ar
buckles' Roasted Coffee. When ordering same your nearest
Express Office as well as your Post Office.
1 CS 5s ,
No. 60. A Gentleman's Watch. .
The "New Haven" is a watch cf tho ordinary size. Stem
wind and stem set, dust proof, nickel-plated caso, solid hack.
Quick beat movement, highly .polished steel pinions. Modeled
after a standard watch; reliable time-keeper. The printed guar
tee of the maker accompanied each watch. Sent post-paid
oa receipt of 2 ccat postage atamp and 90 signatures
cut from wrappers of Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee, .
A Porcelain Clock.
Imported porcelain frame, beautifully de
corated. Movement made by New Haven
Clock Co., guaranteed by them a good time
keeper, 6 inches high, same width. Sent
by express, charges prepaid by ua, on
receipt of 2 cent postage stamp and
115 signatures cut from wrappers of
Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee. Wben ordering
nuuio your nearest Express Office as well as
your Post Oflice.
Enameled Alarm Clock.
niahest standard of Alarm Clock.
Seamless frame, ornamental hands,
French pattern and second band.
Will run thirty hours with one. wind
ing. Sent by express, charges
prepaid, on receipt of 2 cent
postage stamp and SO signa
tures cut from wrappers of Ar
buckles' Roasted Coffee. When or
dering name your nearest Express
Office and your Post Office as well.
This is a picture of the sig
nature on Arbuckles' Roasted
Coffee Wrapper, which you are
to cut out and send to us as a
other pari ol the Coffee
a as m
Wraooer wil be accepted as a
voucher, nor will this Ptct
accepted as such.
SOME OF OCR PIGNATCBES ABE PRTNTEB ON BED BACECBOOiP.
This represents one page of a List which Is found In each,
pound package of Arbuckles' Roasted Colleu, and Willi earii
package in which the Lint Is found the purchaser him botiKbt
a dell nl to part of some article to lie selected by him or tier
from the fJU subject only to the condition that the Hlcnaluro
on the package is to be cut out and returned to Arbuckle I'.roM.
as a voucher, in accordance with the directions printed la
connection with each Item illustrated and described in the 1. 1st.
This List will be kept good only till May 31, 1900. Auolher
page of this List will appear In this paper shortly.
Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS., NOTION DEPT., NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
AWED BY THE "AUTHORS.
Bat By and Br Mr. Williams
Over His Timidity.
Some day perhaps Jesse Lynch Wil
liams may follow his book of iiewspa
per stories with some sketches of mag
azine office life. He has had experi
ences, and be can write them.
Here is one of them:
"When I first went to Scribner's
Magazine." he said, "I was a walking
interrogation point. The editor would
toss a letter across the table just like
a common piece of paper, say ine
'Here's a letter from Kipling. It's all
ngnu- it migut as wen hare been a
note from his tailor.
""I stood by and shivered at the sac
rilege. And the typewriters! They
would pound out letters to Meredith,
Stockton, James, Uowells and Kip
ling just as they might have done to
me, wimom cuauging a ieature or
missing a punctuation mark, and
marveied at tneir nerve, une day a
tout, middle aged man brushed by me
in the office. We begged each other's
TI1.1 am a rr, tn..i. 11.., .1. - . I
av.v. vu a uiiuuiC) caiieu me vtii-
tor. ! want to speak to you. Howells.'
M 'Is that Howells? I asked, the office
44 'Mr. Howells T
" 'Mr. W. D. HoweUsT
"'Mr, William Dean Howells?
"And I softly caressed the sleeve that
the novelist had brushed against as if
It bad been touched by a saint. But
after awhile the .feeling cf awe wore
off. We deal in authors. That's our
business." Philadelphia Saturday
.Half the ills that man is heir to
come from indigestion. Burdock
Blood Bitters strengthens and tones
the stomach; makes indigestion im
possible. For sale by Marshall" &
Fisher, druggists. -
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head.
aches; 10, 25 and 60 cents. Beiss'
dmg store- .
its tod Yjc Haw i'rers Saga
IF YOU WOULD
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IT IS A PLEASURE TO ANSWEU
H. P. Mack, D. P. A-
M. J. Tocso, Agent.
Phones 2131 and 1180.
Our Electric Machine for
tbe treatment of Nervous
ana X-Ky work.
sod be mae well
Tbe most sucoemful
and tbe most scleotlH e
OF BO HI
oir j ..k wALsa. .
fte of Cblcar)Tformer
ly Surfreon-in-Chlef of St.
His repntatlon for years In Davenport, wbera he baa euredbundredsofehronfo oases s1ven ns
as hopeless by others, proves conclusively that bis scientific metboda of treatment cure whoa
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CATARRH, Dyspepsia Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney, Liver and Skin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our adranoe
system of medicine.
WOMEN suffering from Diseases of the Womb. Ovaries, Bladder, Kidneys
Nervous Kxhaustlon. Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, or any disease peculiar to ses
should call on the great bpecialist nnd fret an opinion on tbeir ease free of cbarire.
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VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others wben we guarantee you a permanent cure In seven days by our painless
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Remernber it Pays to Consult the Best First.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE TIIK BEST. Tho nnm
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regain your lost health. There Is a stage in every disease that can be cured. Hti
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tbermore. we Oder 11.040 to any oae proving our credentials false. We make It anoblect
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tintmeatwi: Xre Blind
iileediMir ant. Itchin
Files. It ubsorba the tumors.
me itcning at once, acta
as a rxruiu-e. gives instant
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian V lie Oint
meet isrireoared for I'llcsand Itch
ing of tbe private parts. Every bos is
warranted. B drusgixta. bv mall o. ra.
efpt of pri!. M eenta and tl.Ou. LU , 1 1 " ' i
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Bold by H W. Baohaea dxacsisM
ASILLUDS'PH I Q
STTRR RTUIIZT TO WOMAN for
all troubles peculiar to ber sex. fVSend by
mall or from our Agent. S I.OO per box.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Propt, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
For sale by kf. F. Babaaen, drucglst.