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THE.ARG tJB, SATURDAY, MAY 12; 1894.
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Another "Scrap" : with Uncle
Cftm's Deputy Marshals.
STOPPED El ROUTE TO BSEAX A JAIL
a. Arm Head On mm
Trala (Mm at
Tpkfl. tMwmmma ! ami
Cavalry Waa a TaaNaa I Qaall
ka WalT lfjf-ra Mara VttArr Ar
wi Oatral Kaara af tha Al il .
, North Yakima, Wah., May 13. An
other collision orenrrad between deputy
marshals and conimonwealers and two of
las latter an now confined at the hospital,
ail (Taring from gnn-ahot wonmW. Word
wan raca!pil that twanty-Gv mra had
captured two freight car at Ellentburg
and Vara rrantng dowa to liberate tha
Cnrxajltaa Imprisoned la the county JaiL
Tha manuals met the InUuttriaU and
topped tbelr cars hy throwing a rail acrora
tha track at a point two mi ten from thia
city. Tha industrials tcrambleil tiff the
can and atarted to run, but wen breafibt
to a halt by bnlleu from the rifles nf (lie
martbala. Two of them wen wounded,
hut not airiouiily. Tha others to the nam
her of 130, wen marched to tha county jail
and locked up. Fifty Cnxeyitea and a iiiim
lier of Yakima citixrn acrnned of Inciting
tha "army"' to rvNunca wen utarted on
aa early morning train under henry guard
A Call far tha Cavalry.
SroKAXK. Wash., May li Major John
atone, of thia city, in command of the
tat cavalry, lino received a telegram from
tha sheriff of Yakima anking the authori
ties to rali out the troops to quell the riot
ous proceedings of tha common weal there,
"Jumbo" Cant well has aMumed command
of the Spokane common wealers since tha
disgrace of Coluuel Dolphin, who was
court-martialed by his men for his at
tempt to convert the army funds to Lis
own use. laiipbla walked out of town
accompanied by twenty faithful follower
who refused to desert him. The allied
armies at thia point now number near
ly 800 men.
, 0t Oat a Writ of Habeas Corpus.
SroRASE, Vah., May li-Coloncl rkil-
lips has arrived in Spokane with sixty-five
commonwealen whom ha arrested at
Yaktnut, and immediately started with
them for Seattle, under guard of a posse of
deputies. K J. Jeff res. commander of the
S.-attle Coseyites, now in Spokane, has
served a writ of habeas corpus to compel
tha marshal to return the prisoners to
ppoaane. it Is feared that the Coxeyites
will make an effort to stop the train be
fore it reaches tiie Sound.
SANDERS' GANG ARRIVES AT TOPEKA.
Lewellla Calls a Maas Meeting la Their
nahair Reasarlia by tha "General."
TofEk A, Kaa., May 11 The Sanders'
"industrialist" train stealers have arrived
hen as prisoners of United Stales Marshal
Neelcy. The attitude of Governor Levell
ing was soon manifested towards the 'weal
era. He and Mrs. Diggs, and Secretary of
State Osborne and otter 1'opulKt leaden
at once held a private conference and at
its clone they issued a call for a moss meet
ing to be held on the public square last
evening to discuss the question of the un
employed. Further than that the governor
consented to the request that the army be
allowed to camp on the court house
grounds while in the city. Marshal Neeley
interfered with that plan for the present
by keeping the men locked np in the train.
Sanders and his men look upon their ar
rest as a beneficent act of providence tc
hasten the m on their journey to Wash
ington. Sanders does not believe they can
bo punished. Sanders said complacently
just after be and his men arrived in To
peka: "We an very much obliged to Un
cle Sam for helpipg us this far on oar
journey, providing us with comfortable
can and keeping us from hunger." Sun
den la an electrician hy profession and is a
native of Missouri, lie is 'JSt yean old.
lis la a man also of some education and
good manners and is quite dignified in his
lspnring. While his men have been pro
vided lor hy contributions from the pub
lic Sanders baa paid for his own meals at
hotels, lie aays be and his men an going
to Washington because then is no work
for them in the west.
In hia army an three locomotive en
gineers, five ttnmen,threetelegnph opera
tor and one civil engineer. The othen
an laborers and be claims all an honest
aad "law-abiding." Not a weaxm of any
kind was found among them by the depu
ty marshals. Military discipline has been
observed since the army started a ltd it has
been kept np since their captnre. The
prisoner will have a formal bearing on
Monday baton United States Commission
er Waggener. Marshal Neeley has a load
on hia hands which be ia really anxious
to drop and after the formality of a bear
ing, tha 'wealen will probably be turned
loose for the people of Topeka to take
At Lrwclling mass meeting resolutions
Wen adopted demanding the resignation
of United States Commissioner Waggener,
aa It was believed lie succeeded his author
ity In accompanying the Missouri Pacific
special train. Speeches were made de
nouncing Marshal Neeley in strong terms
for not taking better care of the risouers
and feeding them better. A committee
consisting of the mayor and othen was
appointed to rail ou Marshal Neeley and
demand that the prisoner 1 given food
or the city be allowed to provide for them.
t'aar ladaslrtals Drowned.
ELLLNSliUllu, Wash., May li-Word ia
just received hen that four "industrials"
who started down the Yakima river in a
bunt have been drowned by the capsizing
of the bout, which was caught in un eddy.
The boat contained twenty-live men in all.
The nraiberheod af Engineers.
ST. PAIL. May li There was something
of a fight in Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers' convention, the younger and
more liberal element trying to break down
some of tha conservative mies that have
prevailed for many years. The fight over
tlie rules resulted in some changes, but
nona of great Importance. The regular
convention sessions an held behind closed
doors, news coining through a reticeut
Hrs, Lease Takes a El-lu
KASSAS CITY, Mo., May IS Mrs. Lease
gov out of her sick bed and went to Wich
ita. Just before she left for Wichita the
physician found that her temperatnn was
JW and he warned her against making the
journey, but she persisted in going, giving
as her reason that she had been accused of
being afraid of infernal machines and aba
proposed to show that she did not taka
any stock in such stories.
GRAIN RECORD AGAIN BROKEN.
tsasst Prtoa Baaeaael Car YTfceat la Xaw
Tot Faflare MatMtes.
New York, May 12. R. G. Dun tc Ox's
weekly review of- trade, says: The
peculation in grain has again broken
swords with the lowest price ever made
for wheat, although western receipts are
littV entailer - than a year ago,
while exports are also smaller by more
than a quarter. The prevailing belief to
that tha yield will, atj tn other recent
years, far exceed government Indications,
which an again pointing to a short crop.
iorn bas changed in price but little, and
pork products have been fairly steady, but
cotton is weaker ra Urns.
It is a striking evhlrace of tha general
Want of confidence that then is so little
speculation while money is abundant al
most beyond 'precedent. One large fail
ure doubled the aggregate of liabilities for
firms failing in the weak ended May 3,
which would otherwise have been quite
small, but were SMCTiM. The number
and the general average of liabilities an
still encouragingly shrinking. For four
weeks of April he liabilities reported
wen fS,v.,XU, of which. fct,Wu,M wen of
manufacturing and W,trr,V9 of trading
concerns. For the past week the failures
hare been SOS in the Lulled States, against
857 last year.
WOMEN ACT AS WHITECAPS.
Attempt to Kill a Man at a Towa la Penn
svlvaala. Scraxtos, Ma la. A gang of men call
ing themselves whitecapa broke into the
house of Patrick Mnllaly in Priceburg
while lie was at supper, bound, him with
rones and then dragged 1 him over the
ground for a considerable distance. They
attached a trace chain to his body, and the
party tiuailv halted with tltcir prisoner nn
der a telegraph pole and made a feint to
hang him. Nearly nil the other residents
of the borough, stnrtlvtl by the terrible
screams of Mullaly, hastened to his aid
and rescued him.
While Mullaly was being dragged over
the ground he was beaten and kicked
brutally. Mullaly came to the city next
uay and bad bis attorney aid biin in
swearing out warrants for John Prestnian
and wife, Benjamin Iewis and Mary Ann
Mnllaly, all of the alleged whitecaps that
he recognlxcd. lie says that the most in
fluential citizens of the borough, wen
among his assailants. The cause of their
action was Mnllaly's alleged brutality
toward his wife.
UNION ON A FIRM BASIS.
Carpeaters and Joiners of Enfelaad Have
a3?0,000 la the Treasury.
ALosdox, May 12. Some extraordinary
figures of interest to trades unionists the
worltl over were submitted 'at the meet
ing at Manchester of the board of dele
gates of the Amalgamated Society of Car
penters and Joiners, one of the strongest
class trades unions in the world. The
thirty-fourth annual report, submitted
by General Secretary Fred Chandler, said
that the membership amounted to 41,000.
The income of tbo year was 20,0O), aud
the expenditure a trifle under $500,000.
The cash balance iu the treasury was
rno.UHO. The organization has paid out
during the year $100,000 to unemployed
members, $140,000 to sick members, (21,000
for funeral expenses of memben and
(0,000 on account of strikes and lockouts.
Out of a separate fund the organization
has paid (40,000 to superannuated mem
bers. Since the organization of the soci
ety it has expended in benefits (6,000,000.
Politics That la Very Personal.
Lexington, Ky., May 13. Hon. William
C. Owens, Colonel Breckinridge's chief
opponent, is to speak in Lexington some
day next week not yet decided ujion. The
women of thia city have conceived the idea
of emphasizing their protest against
Breckinridge's candidacy by personally
joining in making thia meeting a big ova
tion for Owens. The women are so thor
oughly aroused that they are withdrawing
patrouage from merchants favorable to
Colonel Breckinridge, and in several in
stances old family physicians have been
dismissed liecause of tiieir symiiothy for
the Ashland district congressman.
Want Ta lie Reinstated, llegardlets.
Minneapolis, Minn., May 12. James
Hogan, the Montana A. It. U. leader who
ordered the recent Great Northern strike,
told a Journal correspondent at Devil's
Ijike that the men were unanimous in
their demand that ail striken be reinstat
ed, regardless of their participation in the
strike. There an some fifty employes
scattered along the line whom on account
of their interference during the strike
President liili .has declined to reinstate
until their cases are settled in court.
Dentists Hocicty Adjourns.
SnaxoFiELD, Ills., May 12. The
thirteenth aftnual session of the Illinois
Dental society bas adjourned after a four
days' session. The business being con
cluded by the election as president of
J. W. Cormany, of Mount Carroll. The
next meeting will be held in Gaiesburg
commencing the second Tuesday in May,
On the Dasa Kail Held.
Chicago, May 12. Chicago has added
another to her Btring of base ball victories,
the Colts downing the Colonels, and mak
ing three games won. The league scores
are: At Chicago Louisville 3, Chicago 4;
at Pittsburg Cleveland C, Pittsburg 7; at
at Baltimore Philadelphia 13, Baltimore
7; at New York Washington 4, New
Offense Waa lHrabljr Aggravated.
OTTAWA, Out.. May 13. Sir Charles
Tapper, minister of marine, says, referring
to the capture of American fishermen in
Canadian w liters, that the offense was
doubly aggravated. The Americans were
fishing without license and were catch
ing black bass ont of season.
Cat tha Twa Ballwaf a Apart.
6riUSCHELD, Ilia., May 12. In the
United States circuit court Judge Allen
entered an order that the Jacksonville,
Louisville and St, Louis railway be sev
ered from tbe Chicago, Peoria and Su
Louis railway Jacksonville .Southeastern
at midnight May lu,
. Leaking far an Attack aa tha Minos.
PtoiUA, Ills.. May 12. It is expected
that 400 miners from Fulton county will
attack the operatives at W. E. Phelps mine
at LI ni wood, and the sheriff, who visited
tbe locality, has appointed thirty-four
deputies who an now ou guard.
ratal Aeeldeat at Lake Geneva.
Lake Gexeta, ills.. May 12. Hugh
Bead, a wealthy money lender, was in
stantly killed by falling through a hole ia
hia barn floor. He was about M yean of
DECOYED TO DEATH
Nearly an Entire Family Mur
dered in Missouri.
DOIE TO 00HCEAL OTHER CHIMES,
a TThleh Highly BespeetaMe tasalnh
Bad agaacd with One of tha Ttatlaas
van tha Mother aad Children Not
rod, the Little Ones Having tha Life
Ileatea Oat with Moaea. Except Oaa
Wha Lives to Tell at the Atrocity.
Milan, Ma, May 13. A most atrocious
crime was committed near Browning.
Gua Meeks, his wife and two children were
murdered outright, and another of tbe
Meeks children, a girl 7 yean old, was so
badly injured that she may not recover.
The circumstances leading up to the crime
an about as follows: There are a num
ber of criminal cases peuding in Lynn and
Sullivan counties against William P. Tay
lor and George Taylor, brothers, the form
er being a banker of Browning and tbe
latter a farmer. The charges against
them are forgery, arson and larceny.
William P. Taylor, Gua Meeks and othen
were jointly indicted, and Meeks nleaded
hguilty at t he last term of court and was
sent np to the penitentiary. About" a
month ago he was pardoned by Governor
Stone in irder to u? him as a witness
against the Taylors, who were in conse
quence anxious to be rid of him.
Uccoyed to Their IH-eatlful Doom.
It is said tbe Taylors had arranged with
Meeks to give the latter a reason and team
to get out of the country so that he might
not be present when the ense against tbe
Tailors was called for trial. From
Meeks' mother it U learned that her son
received a letter from the Taylors at
Browning telling him to bo ready at 10
o'clock Thursday night to go away; that
Gus Meeks and his children waited for
Taylor until midnight, whan two men
whom Meeks said were George and Bill
Taylor came to their home iu a wagon.
Meeks and his family got into the wagon
and started for Browning. Tbe details of
the crime, as near as can be obta ined.were
told by the little 7-year-old girl, who was
suffering greatly as she recited the story.
The Crime and Its Discovery.
It appears that when the Meeks family
and the persons accompanying them
reached a point near the school house in
l.ynn county, a short distance east of
Browning, they were met by two other
men who were laying in wait. Gus Meeks
was first shot and Mrs. Meeks jumped.
She also was killed. The murderers then
took stones and beat the brains out of two
of the children and left tbe other for dead.
The murderers then, it is supposed, loaded
the whole famiiy iuto the wagon and
hauled them nearly two miles to the Tay
lor farm, where they were buried under a
straw stack. At half past 4 o'clock next
morning the eldest child came to her senses
and made her way to the residence of a
Mr. Carter, nearby. The Carter family
then sent a boy to the Taylor farm, where
he found the murdered laniily, as stated
by tbe Meeks girl.
The Taylors Fly From Justice.
The Carter boy than saw George Taylor
and innocently told him of the murder as
described by the almost dying child.
George Taylor immediately started for
Browning on horseback, got Lis brother
William and both departed on horseback.
Their departure from Browning was be
fore the kuowledge of the mnrder hud
reached there. The people of the neighbor
hood placed gnards around the strawstack
where the dead bodies were found. Upon
investigation it was discovered that a
bloody quilt around the bodies was on
fire, the evident purpose being to cremate
Two Participants Takca In.
The little girl recovered sufficiently to
describe some of the parties, and upon her
evidence two, Sharon McCullough, of
Gould, aud George Howlett, of Lime coun
ty, have been arrested as participants in
the crime. A party of citizens from Milan
and Browning fonnd at the place of the
mnrder the revolver and a stone with
which tbe murderers had shot and killed
tbe father and mother and beat out the
brains of the two children and left the
other for dead.
Lynching Is Almost Certain.
The child says that they struck, beat and
kicked ber into insensibility and thought
her dead. At this writing the Taylora
have not been arrested, but it is not
thought possible they can escape. Great
excitemeut prevails snd if the murderers
are fully identified tbe law will have to be
very strong to prevent summary punish
ment. TWO CITIZENS MORTALLY HURT.
At the Itobbcry of the Bank at South
west City, Mo.
Neosiia, Mo., May 12. The bank of
Southwest City, robbed by a gang of seven
Xerritory desperadoes, was a private insti
tution conduced by A. T. Ault, who is
is the president and cashier. He it was
whom the robbers compelled to hand over
the cash at hand, (4,000 in amount. The
bandits left on the outside attracted a
crowd by promiscuous firing and firing
was opened between the two sides with
tbe result that two citizens were mortal
ly wounded and two seriously.
Tbe dying men are ex-State Senator
Joseph seaborn, shot in the bowels, and a
shoemaker named Brown, shot in the
breast. Those seriously wounded are Oscar
Seaborn, shot in tbe groin, and Deputy
United States Marshal J. F. Moultou,
from tbe Indian Territory. Posses an in
pursnit of the men but no collision has oc
Haatlag tha Dastard with Doga.
Des MolSE8,'May 13. A tramp entered
the house of a widow named Grubbs, liv
ing two miles east of Maxwell, and as
saulted her daughter, Stella, aired 13.
Over 100 men with dogs are searching for
the villain, auu U caught they will lynch
Iowa Miners Camping at Curb aud ale.
I Oskaloosa, Ia., May 13. Four hundred
miners are camped about Carbonado mines
tryirg to bring the men out. They failed
by thirty votes. Many deputy sheriffs
have been sworn in and tbe outlook ia
trouble to come.
Will Ca ta Illinois University.
Cleveland, May 12. Judge Andrew S.
Draper, superintendent of the public
schools of this city, has resigned aud will
accept a call that was made to him about
a month ago to the regency of the Uni
versity of Illinois.
Strike at Ashland.
ASIU IT Wis.. Mar li All of the em.
.pioyes ox tne boons Lumber company
hare struck because of wage differences.
FIRE AT GREENUP, ILLS.
Twa Men Injured and Another Thoaghtto
Gkeenxp, J!ls., May 13. The Colum
bian hotel and saloon and the building ad
joining, occupied by a saloon, were wiped
out by fire. The fin started in the third
story of tbe hotel. The occupants of the
hotel barely escaped .with their lives,
leaving their valuables and clothing. J.
S. Leguett and Joseph Griffith were in the
room where the lira originated. Lcggett
had his right band mashed by falling and
was burned. Griliitba was burned about
the hands and shoulders and is iu a
critical condition. E. W. Hall, a music
agent, was stopping at tbe hotel aud while
he could not be fonnd it is known that he
was at the hotel. The loss will amount to
near (15.0M aud is covered by (1,000 insur
' ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS.
Among tt)3 resolutions adopted unani
mously by the federation of women's
clubs which met at Philadelphia was one
demanding tbe same standard of morals
for men as tit women. Mrs. Charle Hen
rot in, of Chieago, was elected president.
Green B. R.ium, Jr., has been sued for
divorce by his wife, whom he married
four yeare ago at Philadelphia with great
eclat. Desertion is tbe grouuJ and uo de
fense bas been mule.
Jnne Cake Bread, a woman of aristo
cratic bi rtli and a passion for st rong drink.
npon lieing sentenced at Jxndou lor the
dlllth time to imprisonment for drunken
ness told the judge that she would put up
a bottle of champagne for him when she
was released, because he left out the hard
lalior. She is 70 years old.
Comircssk nal nominations: Fifth In
diana district, Jesse Overstreet, Republi
can; Kleveiith Indiana, George W. Steele,
Republican; Twenty-second Illinois, Geo.
W. Smith, Republican; Ninth Missouri,
Champ Clark, Democrat.
C. F. Wishart, of Monmouth, Ills., won
first prizi in the interstate college oratori
cal conte-t at Indianapolis. L. F. Dim
mit, of DePnuw, secured second prize.
New and rich discoveries of gold have
bceu made iu West Australia.
John Jiaher, confined in the Chicago
bridewell for a sui.vl offense, was killed
by his cellmate who Went suddenly in
sane. In a speech at the O. O. II. convention
nt Omaha Delegate Wilbcre urged that
the stars and stripes be floated from
Roman Catholic parish schools. He, as had
Iweu done by a number of the speakers,
vigorously denounced" the A. P. A.
The Irish National League of Great
Britaiu is holding a convention nt Liver
p;xd with the priucip.il object of getting
the two parliamentary factions to unite.
L. E. Buttertield, a traveling salesman,
is locked up in n police station at Chi
cago with a two-carat diamond in. his
t-toinach, which M. 11 Page says he swal
lowed iu order to steal the stone.
Decapitated by a Cable.
Chicago, May 12. Gus -Johnson, an
oiler for tho North Chicago Street Rail
road company, was found in the conduit
throngh which tiie cable runs at Illinois
and Wells street with his head severed
from his body. His head had been cut off
by being caucht between tho cable and
one of tiie wheels on which the rope runs
iu rounding the corner. John l'.lott, who
ha charge of the gang of oilers on the
north side, went into the opening under
the track to repj-.ir a break iu the cable
and found Johnson's body. Blott said
the victim bad no business there, and he
does not know how the accident did hap
Condition of the Gron ing Wheat.
Washington, May 12. The May report
of the statisticians of the department of
agriculture, after consolidating the re
turns, places the condition of winterwheat
at Nl.4 as rpuust t. tne previous month,
a fnlling off of 5.3 points. . In 1SW3, ut the
b.inie date, the condition was 73.3, a littlo
over two points lower than the previous
momn. jne a-erages for the pnucipnl
t-tntes are: Ohio, !; Michigan, K); Indi
ana.UO; Illinois, (.9; Missouri, 83; Kan
sas, .o; Nebraska, Sit; California, 52.
Eefased to Traduce the Ballots.
Chicago, Slay 12. The board of election
commissioners ref tiseo. the request of the
graud jury to Droduce the ball (its mat. in
the Twenty ninth ward at the special
jii.ijursiiy election last, iJeceuiuer. The
jury's request was backed by a subpeena
issued by Judge Chetlain and the election
commissioners will now be asked to show
cause w hy tliey should not be punished
for contempt of court, f
Wife and Three Children Drowned.
ITTLE Rt:K, Ark., May 12. John Por
ter, a prosperous fanner iu Izard county,
with his wife aud five children, attempted
to ford W raw berry river, near tnrr-n
Fords. The team l eauie unmanageable
in mid-stream and ran into deep water.
Mrs. Porter and three of the children were
Blew On the Top or Hia Head.
ST. Pail, .May 12. J. L Moore, former
ly land commissioner of the old St. Paul
and Sioux City railroad, blew the top of
his head off wit h a pistol. He died in
btnutly. The deed was committed at his
home ou Portland avenue.
Old lluie Cures.
In Riolicval times if a child did not learn
to walk with readiness the wise wizard
would direct it to cret-n ttuvmrrh i.iu.-i.-.
btrry bnsh which had the canes Unit
uown to tue eartn and rooted by their
tips. At the present it would "be as
pleasant and efficacious for the tardy
toddler to creep among a few barbed
wire fences, and it would bo more in
keeping with the keen spirit of this ago
One of the leading sources of income
to the old herbalist was the compound
ins of love powders for despondent
swains aud heartsick maidens. If a pow
der would not bring tho desired relief,
various juices of roots aud herbs were
mingled in a potion and sold as the love
phiaL Here is an old recipe: "Mistletoe
berries (not exceeding nine in number)
aro steeped in an equal mixture of wine,
beer, viuegar and honey. '
"This token on aa empty stomach be
fore going to bed will cause dreams of
yonr future destiny (provided you retire
before 13 o'clock) either on Christinas
eve or on the lint and third of a new
moon." Perhaps as a lingering remnant
of this absurdity there is a current no
tion in some parts of the world today
that a whole mince pie eaten at mid
night will cause the reappearance of
long departed friends, not to mention
the family physician and the more inter
ested members of the household. Chau-taucuaa.
. Getting on a Street Car.
Did you ever notice a man who ia go
ing to get on a street car while it is in
motion? He comes down oil the side
walk and stands along the side of the
track quietly till tho car almost reaches
him. - Then he walks ahead a few feet
aud prances about like a string haltered
horse, awkward ns a Shanghai rooster
that wants to fiht. Just as the car
reaches him he takes two or three steps
sideways, and at last, confused as a
schoolboy, grasps the band rail and clings
on like a man who is drowning. Colo
Only a Scar Remains
Scrofula furcd - Llood Purified by
"CI. Dodd & Ca.. Lowc-ll. Jfass.:
" It is with pleasure f.i;:t I send a testimonial
concerning wh it Hood's S:u-s:iprill has done,
for my daughter. It is a wonderful medicine
and 1 cannot reccn:r.ie :;l itt.w highly. Sarah,
who Is fourteen years oi.i, l-as becii
Afflicted Wi-rh Screfula
ever since she was o;.e yc-ar oM. For five years
Sho has h.t! a mmil'iit sire on one sh of her
face. We tri-M every rc:.:ra!y recci.mieniied, hut
nothins did her any p.nt U".til v.e commenced
usinj? Hood's Sarsai:;ri!' u :iv married daughter
advised me to uso lioou's Suirciparilla because
it had cured her of dyip?psSa. gho had beea
troubled tilth that coi5-.pL:i:it sinv-e ehililhood,
anil siivo her cure h.;s never been w ituont a
boltleof litKxi s Sar.ii r;:rii::i in t'.ie house, W
commenced nvie? it to Mr:ili shout one year
ago, aud it bus couj;K:rL.l tiie ruouing sore,
Only a Sec r Remaining
as a trace of the drc.ulfuT disease Previous to
taking the medicine h-r cveshjht wns .iffeeted
but now she can s.-e ) r:Vi.t!v. In eonoectiou
with ii.xKl'sS irs.iiinri'.i.iv. t- have used liood's
ep?!nhle Pills, aim ihi-Mfr'RMio best." Sins.
Mauiai.riiun. Xea'a, Illinois. -
Hood's Pills euro nausea, sick head ho,
UuligcsUon, biliousness. Sold by all druggist
Painlessly, Positively. Perfectly. Per
Without Surgical Of eratioD ordcten
tion from Uusincss.
Vo psr for treatment nnti' rarcd. Tisrases cf
Rertntr.: I. (ironic I'oiiM j.nti .n. stricture, Fisure
Piutitl. or itcti ns; i-i'm i- rm:.m mir cured.
Piiaula en n l w.if.ou fieu-ent knife.
1 Ue remove d witccut ; siu i.t it e
Medical ana Surgical Institute
AXDEHSOn & ROSE,
CONSULTATION IS FREE.
Permanent; Located In the Evan B'.oc. Corner
Siccoud aud Brady etreets, bavemiort, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTEDARE WELCOME.
Ors, Andi-mon tnrl Dose are imduatc of the
leading- medic.! col'-ejfi" cf thi conmry, and
with SO years' cipcrici.ee in ibe treatment oi
CATAKitH. TH UO AT AND LCNGS.
They rjcrefu;'.T trrat Catarrh, Thniat and
Las?, tieea?et- 1 the i!bi-stive onrw, i1y-iep-ri
. aver troubles, cot.st'patioti, cbrouic d'AT
rliaa. K1PNF.Y ASH CEXNAKT
Tionbks speedily removed.
NEK VOLS KISEARES.
The most sex-ravsied raise sre rcd i'y snd
terrpaiect!y cured by our new nieth-id of treat
ment. LADIES AFFLICTED Special attention eTen
to nil disease pecn'isr to omen. Kvety fivciiity
sod artvant?c tor Mc treatment and speedy re
moval of this clan of diecarcs.
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
tion. Facial blemishes, es mole, mperflnons hair
wine nmrss. tumois, weue, etc., rumored br elec
BLOOD AND SKIS DISEASES.
All tronb:- rifir.t: tri m impure Mood, scrof
ula, eccenia. teiter. tbmcr. ulcvrs-.etc.
On be consulted conft-u-ntlr by letter or other
wise. ei1 4 cent for rjiivpiinn blank. Addn.es
Dfts. ANUEKSUN ii K&, livan block, Daven
PIANOS AND ORGANS
1717 Second Ave. Bock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Muline.
I VU RY
15 MOT LOST
tHC PROCTER a OAMOIS CO. CINTI.
ARE THE TIMES HAKD?
Improve Them by Using the Hest Economy-Restore and
Trcserve Your Health While the Cure is Within
Reach Drs. Stackhousc and Daniel's
Light Fee System.
There is no economy so false as the
neglect of diseases until the earninjr
power Is destroyed.
There is no economy in the use of
pater.t medicines that are prepared
on tbe shot pun principle, and which
only hit about one case in a hundred.
There is economy in seenrin the
servieesof a trained racialist who
treats only chronic diseases, and is
therefore best prepared to treat and
There is economy in employing
specialists of ability whose charges
are always moderate. Drs. .Stack-liou.-e
and Daniel's enormous special
practice enables them to maintain
the light fee system, which has made
their names synonyms for fair ami
-fa Help r. r Ilalicr,"
Said the doctors who advised him to
try the climate of Florida.
"it is an interesting story that Mr.
Frederick Huber, of Xo. 1S21 Forty
second street. Rock Island, tells of
his illness, treatment and cure.
MIL FREDERICK HTKEK.
"I began to suffer from the effects
of chronic catarrh and lung trouble,"
said Mr. Huber, who is employed by
the Rock Island Lumber company.
I took cold easily and my nose was
stopped np at times. I vvas always
HtATlKU AND YESTILATIN'U LNG1N fcKilS.
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods,
Packing Hose, Fire Brick, etc.
DAVIS BLOCK. Mollac, 111.
1 Ml iOOUS
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec.
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
b obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. ra. to
12 m. on week days. For Uen
tlcmcn From 6 a. ni. to 7:Sl) a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will bo open from C a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time daring business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
LOST hi! ;. I
4 ktli'i! $
IN THE TUB.
t -I .rn. ..i i . i
.iiiiri ii,-i-jr-; IJ;li Severe
.11.. 111. ... . 1 - .
.ii, vin-,-1 auu vxiMTlcneeil rr...., .1
cully in keeping my throat ,-iear i
coughed almost constantly.
-Last fall I had to give up ork
Physicians w hom i c.iiu;i(.,i ii,j "
that there was no help f,.r n,,..
said a change of climate mi-.'ht lJ7
. : . i i . -
-i.. me, auu anviMH nlL.
Mot satisfied with tin
I ;n ir n-i!.;...
f tin.! .1 ...i . I. ... I
i tviuril LUllHIMUl SK'riailts
interview Willi Ilrs. St-.,
Daniel marks tin-
tnmii!'' iii.ini ;..
my career, for I vcrilv lielieve t',v
these physicians s-.m-.l niv life i
i i , .i .. i
ji-iime'i irotu iiiem Ui:it tl.:-cii
of Knell Island IS gootl
live in. I began to fee!
rucnt from the bcirinnin
I am slill iraii-ii,.,
... . 1 ... u
Biiciigm ami weigiit every
and now d- as much work's
in lact 1 feel belter tha'i I h:iv
i. . t . .
inieu ur i.-i.r ears, atn! am it.V(;
that the Stackhou-e & Daniel sv;;tai
of treatment cannot -M-e':.-.f.
"It is, ierh:ips nn'!less t c:,y
that my Florida trip has k-.-a inK-ii-nitely
Stackhouse Medical Institute,
UBBINE STACKHOUSE, M. D.
JOSEPH A. DANIEL, M. 11.
SPE1ATIEs CVurrh. Athmv D -,
t,e Eye, Tr. Now, Tren.,t ami t,Kv:-r. lkrrr..
Diwaru, r-lood end fekin Uhxifit. t bmuc bj-ea-4-A.
New and permanent offiee. suitel.
McCullough Duilding, Xo. l;l V-t
Third street, U-tween I'.ra!v ai:J
Main, DavcniHrt, Iowa.
OfBce nr-9 a. ra. to li m .i to liaiij to
p. ta. ; SonrlAv. 3 to 5 p. m. -nir
Ivrmin.-iitlr es:ahi:Fkel, ccnu&!'.; looted
No pain, no danger,
No blood drawn,
No loss of time.
Cure positively and legal! v guaranteed.
Gas and Steam Fitting
Largest and best equipped establishment
west of Chicago.
112, 111 West Seventeenth street.
Telephone HIS. Koek L-lanJ.
A QUICK KETUKX.
E. A. IIAKK1N';.
I was C U B E D of catarrh "
four week at tlie So..tt .Me.lusl In
stitute after all oilier rem b"
EVEBY Ct UABLE IHSEASE TISF.ATEP.
Scott Medical Institute,
Over Ameriesa ExpreM Co.
Vndj blrett, Dvsnport, I .
RPKCIAI.TIE9-Catrrl. Ere, F.r
Thtol, I.o?: 'erTuuslis;ues, &km
OPTICS lloURS-t to 11 a ia S tn
loSp. m. On hnndajt tlie office ill
tcnu a. m to 4 J. iu.