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8T0RM AND DELUGE
Visit a Texas Town While ths
:" Vmope Are Asleep.
mSBTTUL LOSS OF LIFE FE1XED.
Mo News from a Village of too Fana
tics in a Path of the
lasses Imi at IImKmwi
Trw Vwaalllee Lower Dm l
Avar A IMultAMiHata ke
Tanwt wl Salin the HnrlNk M
Two Swlwsra PaetSa Stall.
PS-ageS eT tin Aaaewat of Srt.aoe,.
Uvui, Tex., Sept. L A terriM
cauatropbe has befallen this thriving
town and there la mo am lag la aaany
kooaehbMa.' The calamity was entirety
unexpected. Tbe treacherous Leona river,
swollen to a raging torrent by recent
tains,ruaed without a moment' warning
down upon the town, mi emerging and
wrecking many houses and drowning a
number of people, la this arid section
snea destruction by the elements has
naer before, been chronicled. In the ax
oltenient it is dot definitely known now
many bars been drowged. Among tbe
bodies that have been identified are: Mrs.
Jos Watch, Mies Seattle Edwards, child of
Mr. Maley, two Mexican.
Mere mm lived Cms Together.
It was about S o'clock in tbs morning
when the flood came. The weather bad
been threatening and there were ominous
clouds to ths north and eat of town. Tbs
atmosphere had been clous during the
evening and predictions of a storm were
freely made. Ths people went to their
bed rather aniiou. but at ill entirely nn
expecting what did happen. Flood and
storm rams together when the whole town
Was wrapped In alnmber. Juat as the
storm broke in all Its fury a torrent of
water rnahed down tbs Iona rirer, over
flowing its banks and the lowlands on
each side. Tbs eet side of the city is
built on low land and was directly in the
path of this water. All the houses in tbe
heart of ths town were submerged and In
ths dsrknsss and shorn tbs roar of tbe
downpour of rain that was falling could
be beard the cries ot distress from ths ill
fated inhabitants in their wild efforts to
save their lives and tbuas of their families
and Inved ones.
rear for Oae Hanaro raaalllee.
There wrrs a number of miraculous
escapes, and the rescuers and ths rescued
performed many heroic sets. As soon ss
tboee la the higher part of town were
mads aware of ths terrible flood and dire
consequence, tbe work of rescuing was
begun and carried out as rapidly as pos
sibis in ths dsrknes of tbe night. Great
apprehension is felt for the families living
on ths ditch south of here, where from
seventy-five to 100 families live, the land
lying fifteen feet lowrrhao here, and It is
feared that they hava been destroyed. One
Mexican family living on the ranch of
I Pcwarta, five milea below town, is sup
posted to bavs bean lost, no vestige of
ranch buildings being left. It is feared
tltat Indianolsa history la Repeated.
Ammm ess-ailed by mm Kartkaeaka.
An earthquake shock of some seconds'
duration was distinctly felt during the
night. At one place near the city about
a quarter of a mile of heavy cracks ap
pear on each aide of the Leona river, hav
ing apparently no bottom. A track
walker of ths Southern Pscific.after wad
ing through water up to his neck with his
lantern elevated above his head, succeeded
la feeling bis way far wnongh east to in
tercept a westbound train and prevent its
plunging Into tbe raging river, where the
railroad bridge bridge had been destroyed.
News reaches here that three families liv
ing below town weretfrowned. The names
have not yet been learned. According to
reports received at the Southern Pacific
oflices Its loss bns been enormous, esti
mated as blah es ti.vio.ooo.
ROBERT J. KING OF THE PACERS.
Beats All Itveords aad Does the Mil la
the Dreat Ttsss of S:03 S-4.
FT. VTatse, Hept. 1. Mascott, Flying
Jib and Xnncy flank have been dethroned
and Hubert J. stands today king of har
ness borne. Tbe great son of Hartford,
driven by Ed Geers, has mails tbe fastest
mile ever paced In fannies, lowering the
world's record of 0f to S.-08 The
track was ta excellent condition and tbe
weather wsa warm. There were several
race run befors Robert J. mads a break
fur toe record, and excitement was at
fever keaa when it was announced that
Kntwrs J.' would go.
Gears appeared confident as be bold tbe
ltaee, aad everybody expected that he
wootd equal Ms resord, yet hardly anyone
expected, ths wondorfnl termination.
Afur about ten minutes spent in warm
lug him up Geers scored down the track
twice with a ranaing mate hanging on his
wheel aud nnrlded fur the word at tbs sec
ond score. On to ths first quarter he sped
in '. Tb half was passed in
and Oters slowed np Just a trifle, but tbs
throe-quarter post was passed in 1:33 JX.
As hs bwubc Into titer bouts stretch, down
be ssms lite the wind, and crossed ths
wire ia making, ths last quarter la
Jifctt St seconds.
nteeaamgtoa B. aad t. Assoslatloa.
frnisoriau. Sept. l.-Auditor Gore re
plies to Attorney OeneraT Moloney's re
fusal to prosecute the Illinois Building
ana Loan association at Bloomlagton, and
assails the attorney general. Us says ths
attorney general is obliged to prossraU
association referred to him, and goes
into Moloney's decision la detail and as
sails every polat Ths auditor says ha la
able to prove that this assoclatmn . Is
rotten ta ths corn aad has been soior two
Best gssgar Mea Protest.
TV ajhi seTos, bejit. I. Senator Mandsr
son wasattas treasury department wHh
a number of genilssasn irssa Xs brash
Interested la beet sugar production aad
manufacture. Us protested against
tbcreeeul decision, of tiecrstary Carliato
that no further payments of sugar boon
ties should be made. It was arranged
hat ths senator ihasilrl file a brisf giving
his views for tbs asset the ssuiasary.
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Starvisd a Okas as Ctrl.
MlXWaCg-ut, Sept. I. Frank CWaksm.
of tbe aota broAsrags firm of Wakam a
Marshall at CbJeaga. has baconss ths hus
band of 22ss -autlis OsMpin, eassrus
yirl from the "Off ths harth" company.
Tbs ssremony was revfosasd by tksBer.
Ct Balssy.. . .. ., i
Lane seminary, 6inctnaatt, notable as
the college with wMsh Henry Preserved
Smith was connected, only graduated two
persons during tbe recent college term.
In a case where a jury reached a decision
by flipping a penny and the losing party
sought to have the verdict eet aside oa
that ground. Judge Pell, ot Blair county.
Pa., refused ths application because there
could' ha no disclosures of jury room
Obituary: At A on is ton, Ala, John
Martin McEleroy, state superintendent of
education; at Hennepin, Ills., Charles
Coleman, Sr., aged 73.
Tbe Alaska salmon catch, it is esti
mated, will this year reach nearly GOO, 01)0
William H. Helfrich has been arrested
st New York Ota a tetagrani from the chief
of police of Ogden. Utah, where he to
wanted on three indictments charging
him with the embezzlement of public
funds while ths treasurer of Ogden in
Balph Bierd, of Wisconsin, has been ap
pointed an inspector of the postofBos de
partment with duties In tns west.
The dead body of A. W. Mason, former
ly in a Chicago restaurant, was found ia a
sealed car of grain at Mobile, Ala. Ha was
at Carthage, Ma, last Saturday and is
believed to have been murdered at that
place. . ' . ; i ... i
Congressional nominations: Sixth Illi
nois district, James J. Ltnehan (Pop.);
Tenth Illinois, John Olson (Uem.);
Twelfth Indiana, Freeman Kelley (Pop.):
8eveuth Iowa, J. K. Bancroft (Dem.);
Third Wisconsin, C. M. Bullett (Pop.);
Fifth Wisconsin, L. ' S. Barney (Rep.);
First Nebraska, A. II. Weir (Pop.).
Reuben Kolb, the defeated candidate
for governor of AlabamaIs to run for
aongress against Congressman Oenson in
tbs Seventh Alxbama district.
An English ayndicste is said to have
completed a deal to purchase all the paper
and pulp mills in Wisconsin. :
Helen WelcherC of Hamilton, O.. tried
to jump from a Big Four train running
at. fifty miles an hour near Springfield,
O. At poll ce headquarters she called De
tective Wilson God, and fell down and
worshipped him. Religious excitement
caused sudden insanity.
On the farm of Calvin Packer, seven
miles northwest of Fort Scott, Kas., Mrs
Packer was fatally gored by a bull while
trying to save her little girl from a like
By collision of two freight trains near
Cleveland, la, a small station on tbe Bur
lington road. Engineer Gus Starkinan
aud Fireman Ei Walker were fatally in
jured. Two large boys named Ray Marsh and
B. Biebl have been arrested at Chicago
for seizing a 10-year-old lad named Kobe
man, clipping bis hair,- saturating his
head with coal on and threatening to set
it On firs. They were about to apply the
match when they were frlghteued away.
Tfcc Traaaftn-matUNi That Takrs Place Wheat
They Eater the Water.
The artprarance of the keeper, with
his pail of live gudgeon, is tbe signal
for sudden and intense excitement in
the cages. The penguins wave their lit
tle flippers and waddle to the door,
whence they peer eagerly down the
wooden steps leading to the pool. The
cormorant croaks and sways from side
to side, and the darters poise their snaky
beads and spread their batlike wings.
At the water's edge the penguins do not
launch themselves upon the surface like
other waterfowl, but instantly plunge
Once below water an astonishing
change takes place. The slow, ungainly
bird is transferred into a swift and bril
liant creature, beaded with globules of
quicksilver, where the air clings to the
close feathers, and flying through the
clear and waveleas depths with arrowy
speed and powers of turning far greater
than in any known form of aerial flight
The rapid and steady strokes of the
wings are exactly similar to those of
the air birds, while its feet float straight
cut level with the body, unused for pro
pulsion, or even as rudders, and as lit
tle needed in its progress as those of a
wild duck when on the wing.
The twists and turns necessary to
follow the active little fish are made
wholly by the strokes of one wing and
the cessation of movement in the other,
and the fish are chased, caught and
swallowed without the slightest relaxa
tion of speed in a submarine flight
which is quite as rapid as that of most
birds which take their prey in midair.
In less than two minutes some 80 gud
geon are caught and swallowed below
water, the only appearance of the birds
on the surface being made by one or two
bounds from the depths, when the bead
and shoulders' leap above the surface for
a second and then disappear.
Any attempt to remain on the surface
leads to ludicrous splashing and confu
sion, for the submarine bird cannot
float It can only fly below the surface.
Immediately the meal is finished both
penguins scramble oat of the water and
shuffle, wttn round backs and drooping
wings, back to their cage to dry and
digest Opevlatof. "
. Conldnt HsaeU la the Dark.
An old gentleman too impatient for
bis hot water and a light to be brought
rushed into the kitchen, seised hold of
the- first . pan on tbe stove and dashed
away with 4t to his dark room. On
plunging bis hands into the wash
hand basin be was amazed to find that
it contained something thicker- and
stickier than water that he had, in
fact, spoiled the first course of his din
ner by trying to wash In the soap.
Boiling over with passion, he began
to upbraid his wife, and on her suggest
ing1 that be -might have smolled it was
soap he thundered, ''How in the name
of fortauie could I smell iathedarkT"
A feraad Venture
of Hood's Strsaparilla is that while it
finrifies the blood and sends it cours
ng through the reins fall of riehners
and health, it also imparts new life
and vigor to every function of the
body.' Hence the expression ss often
heard: "Hood's Sarsaparilly made a
new person of me." It overcomes
that tired feeling so common now.
Hood's pills are purely vegetable,
perfectly harmless, always reliable
aad beneficial. .t.
A. . 1 '' . ' W.MW .! ... , . ,. I I. - -
TO WORK UP A BOOM
Southern Development Con
' ventron Adopts Methods.
FEBXAIEIT BUREAU QBE FEATURE
Or the seheaae to Esplolt the ateeoeree of
' the Boa ta load easel Katie the XtatMe
Smfllraa Does That Vfty Bopert of the
Oeraaalttee oa Flan aad Seoa Proclpl-
latee a Unlj Debate -The Kiad of lav
alsraats Mot Wanted.
Washington, Sept. 1. The second day's
meeting of tbe Southern Davolopment
convention was begun with a large at
tendance. W. C. Vlncenheller, the state
commissioner of mining of Arkansas, was
the first speaker, presenting a conservative
review of the resources of that state. He
said that there was no longer a race
problem, as the public schools were
educating negroes to the duties of citizen
ship, the Australian ballot system had
eliminated dangers from ignorance, and
the negro had become reconciled to tbe
fact tbat the white man, who paid most
of the taxes, mnst rule. Its mineral
wealth he considered tbe greatest re
source of the state, and laid stress upon
the need of more railroads for its develop
ment. Pennaneat Bureau in Washington.
The report of tbe committee on plan and
scope was read by W. Seymour White of
Virginia. It provides for a permanent
bureau in Washington for the exhibition
of tbe resources of the southern states and
for the general information of capital and
labor; the expense ot the bureau to be
paid by pro rata contributions from tbe
states. , Also a sub-bureau in each
state through which exhibits should be
forwarded to Washington, to be in charge
of the commissioners of agriculture, labor
or immigration, who should verify all in
formation filed with the bureau. A small
commission would be allowed on sales
made through the bureau. A committee
of one member from each state and tbe
District of Columbia was provided for, to
be appointed by the chair, and a meetiug
to be held in Washington, to which tbe
governor of each state would appoint del
egates, and to which the governors would
be invited, to perfect details of tbe organi
sation. Warm Discussion Precipitated.
Auother resolution indorsed the bill in
troduced in the senate by Senator Walsh
for a permanent exhibit iu Wasbingtou
of the resources of all the states. A warm
discussion was precipitated. Mr. Charles
Gatlett of Virginia declared that the
southern states had taken little advantage
of tbe great opportunity afforded by tbe
World's fuir. Mr. B. F. Clayton of Flor
ida held tbat the plan to confer authority
upon the governors of the states would
give a pMiticul character to the organiza
tion. Mr. Robert W. Hunter of Virginia
sustained the report. When l e said that
the south did not expect to build herself
np in a day, that she did not care for what
was called the "tide of immigration, for
Poles, Hungarian and anarchists," he
Honest and Sound Dasls.
Mr. Beazely of Korth Carolina, in sup
porting the report said that whatever was
done must be on an honest and sound
basis. There must be an institution upon
which capitalists and prospective immi
grants could rely. Colonel Yancey of
Florida prophesied that most of the south
ern slates would make on appropi iation
for the support of an exposition.
Mr. L. C. Irvine of Mo
bile opposed tbe machinery pro
posed by the committee because de pendent
upon the action of governors and legis
latures. Mr. L. Q. C. Lamar of Mississip
pi favored the report, saying tbat the
meeting was not a representative one and
should do honor to toe south, tbe people
and governors who could send their rep
resentatives, otherwise the convention
would be regarded with suspicion.
LOVE ON A BICYCLE.
A Bomanfte Affair la tbe East in Vfnicb
the Wheel Cuts a figure.
New Yoi:k, Sept. 1 The elopement a
la bicycle is now an established fact in
stead of a cartoonist's dream. The young
folks who have made it so were Miss Ger
trude Grady of llockville Ceuter, L. I.,
and William S. Fowler of Brooklyn. It
was through the bicycle they met. It was
on the tricycle tbat they loved. On the
bicycle they fled to be married. It was
not long after their first meeting that they
fell in love, but for some reason which
Miss Gertrude Grady could not understand
her mother, a well-to-do widow, and her
big brother, a plumber, did not take kind
ly to her handsome young bicycler.
They preferred that she should favor
the suit of a youug broker who was pay
ing Lei attention. But Miss Gertrude
preferred the suit of the bicycler, and she
had a tuiud of her own. For a week back
Miss Grady has been taking bundles on
her bike to Flushing, and on the lost day
she carried a bigger bundle than usual.
It was her wedding dress. She was met
on tbe way by her cycling lover and to
gether they wheeled to a minister's and
were married. t
ST. JosKru. Mo., Sept. i: Louis Gal
vin, 15 years of age, held up and robbed
five boys while they were playing ball.
He used a revolver to show he meant busi
ness. The names of tbe victims are Harry
Mahler. James Curlisle, Frank Mobler,
William Harps ter, and Bert N'eudorf.
Galvin got tl.2J. and was soon arrested.
Ha has frequently held np children and
robbed them of money. - -
Ban Into a Herd of Cattle.
Gcasu Rapids, Mich., Sept. L Chi
cago and West Michigan passenger train
Ke. 6, north-bound ran into a herd of
cattle near Brooking, sixty-three miles
north. The engine, baggage car and one
coach were derailed. Tbe fireman, John
Katie, was killed by being crushed under
the engine. A lady passenger was slight
ly hurt, but no one was injured.
Objected to Piece Work.
WooKsocKET, K. L; Sept. L One hun
dred employes of the River Spinning
mills have struck against a change in the
system of payment. They were notified
tbat hereafter they would be expected to
work bv tha n ace inataad of h th ir
The change amounts to a reduction in
waajMt a no mius -were at once ahut
Will Canao Two Deaths.
OrrcxWA,' la., Sept. L Freight trains
collided near Cleveland, a small station
on tbe Burlington -railroad. Gus Stark
man, the ennineer. waa inatant.lv klllarf
and EA Walk. Imma . .r.ll
Jured. . . ...T ...,TT . TT
MAO TO GIVE BONDS,
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A tteteware Man ilea Foranoilr
To get married seems an easy thing
to the yonng man Whose fancy lightly
tarns to thoughts of love, bat when it
comes to the actual ceremony there are
a thousand and one terrors which sur
round and threaten to ovesrome him.
Marriage In some states m easy. In
others it is difficult as obtaining a di
vorce. A well known Phihtdelphian was
about to be married to a beautiful
young woman who lived in the state of
Delaware. He had no idea that the mar
riage laws of that state were of an ap
palling nature. He had secured his li
cense and thought that was all that was
"Have yon filed your bond yet?" said
some one to him the day bof oro the wed
ding. "What?" gasped he.
"Tour bond," repeated the question
er. 'You know every man who is mar
ried in this state bas to file a bond for
tbe protection of the state. "
. The bridegroom was rather dubious,
but was finally persuaded that this was
"I'll see a lawyer about it in the
morning," said he. So he went to a
friend, who was a legal light, and said:
"See here. They tell me I have to
five a bond to tbe state when I get
"Cnrtainly. Haven't yon done so?"
in a surprised way.
"2fo; I never heard of such a thing
before. What kind of bond is it?"
"Oh, any real estate will da"
"But I haven't any reiU estate."
The lawyer looked at bim a moment
Then be solemnly said:
"Haven't yon any friends who own
"Nbno that I care to ask to bind it
np that way. I can't ask my bride's
relatives, yon know. "
His friend looked at him pityingly.
"You can't postpone tbe wedding; can
"What?" fairly shrieked the nnfor
tunnte. "Of course, of course not," said the
legal light soothingly. But the poor
bridegroom looked stricken.
' "I'll tell you what I'll do, old man.
I'll tend to the matter for yon. Don't
give yourself any more concern about
The yomig man about to be married
grasped his hand. Ho could not speak
for a moment and then he poured forth
his thanks. He picked np Lis hat in a
relieved sort of way and walked to the
door. Then he turned.
"By the way, I forgot to ask yon bow
largo is tho amount of the bond re
quired?" "Fifty cents," eaid tho lawyer.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Kew Turk Financial.
New YoitK, Aug. 3L
Money on call easy. OftVrad nt 1 per cent.
Prime mercantile paer 3t& per cenu:
sterling exchaupo dull with actual business
in bankers' bills 4.-6 for demand and
4Srl&4t) for sixty day pouted rate ttl
itij. I'ummercial hills inveAK
Silver certificates. K bid: no sales; bar
silver .Mexican dollars as.
I'nited State bonds, s regular, 11SI$
do 'a coupons, llfi; do t's regular. 113k;
do 4- couimus. lUfmi do 7. W hid; Pacilio
's of Hi Mi bid.
Chicago Grain and rrodnee.
Cntcoo, An. SL
Followine were the quotations on the Hoard
of Trade todav: Wbeat August, opened
closed i3Vc; September, opened &JAc closed
5:140; December, opened Mifsc closed Kic.
Corn August oiwued c closed Sttigo; Septem
ber, opened 5T4ac closed 464c; May, opened
i!c closed Uibta. Oats AuKUat, aliened ar-4c,
closed Sic; September, oueued SU4C closed
SOir. May, opened 35c, closed 3tj. I'ora
AorUHt, opened , ekMid ; September,
opened J13.W. cloned Lard Septem-
tier, opened S.-Uli, closed $8.&
f reduce: Uutior Extra creamery. Sic per
lb: extra dairy, SUc; packing- atock, 11 u. 12c
Em Fresh stock. 13n Kl'.o per dux, Live
iwultry Chickens, 7v nor lb; spring chickens,
loc: duck. 7vita turkeys, 6u)xx awse. S.ui
440.1111 per doz. Potato Kuse, tl.;o.y,l.si per
bbl: early Ohio. $l.Mt.Uia Apple. S1.0U&S.7J
per bul. Berries blaeberries, Sl.UU.41.au pur
H-qt case. Honey White clover, Mb aactiuus;
i:.'u.l-lc-. broken comb, Italic; dark coma,
gxwd condition, ltlc; strained Calif uraia, out)
Chicago Live Stock.
CutiAoo, Auc. SL
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stock yardf
today runiced as follows: Ho Km 1 mated
receipts for the day li.H Dale ranged at
t&aU4i.4u pus, ta.aVuA.Vj light jJ)a-S.tj
rough packing. $5J8-I mixed, aud
S.1& beavy packing aud snipping kits
Cattle Ileceipts for the day, H.OJU; quota
tion rauged at- f.'i.;iy(U.W choice to extra
shipping steers, $L7i &ja good to choice do,
$4.UUjl.liO fair to g'jod, S03sU.w common to
medium do, f biiio.AJ butcher' ateers, fl.70
feiVo s tuckers, tiatlLUU feeders, $l.(WjJ.(l
cows, JSJWaj.-1 heifers. tl.flOV.-j bulla
tSM.irA.3J Tela steers, and $.Mti&Sa Veal
Sheep and Lambs Keretpt for the day,
6.UUU;. prices ranged at 81.7SitA35 western.
rl.ftmfti.SI Texan. tijOttAOJ natives, and LiJ
The Local arswts.
Hay TtaMKhy, $l$tt: upland. 1103111:
wud, f89; slouch, uA7; baled. 8.
Bntter ratr to ekotes, Wc;
Poultry spring chickens, large, t tsaS2 SO
nirrr am vasSTABLSs.
nnUmm- 60c per ba
Blneberries-CS a case.
O rapes Sc per lb.
CrtUe atehers pay at tn tea steer
4Het cow aai Salter. IKOsb ; caltes
Bprinf lamb. WKtMBs head.
Ooal soft. 10c
Mamma Why did yon pray that God
should stop your sister from telling sto
ries? Small Son Because she promised me
she wouldn't tell that I took the cakes,
and she did tell. -Good News.'
On Great Merit
of that beantifier of the teeth, Soso
dont, is that its effect upon the
month ' is refreshing-, while asa
means of eleansinp the teeth aad Im
proving the breath it stands alone.
1894 SEPTEMBER. 1894
Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. S.
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Motherhond ar" T.,eet.
Those who are oppoHed to the idea are
fond of the argumeut that the higher
educatiou ia too mueh of a strain for the
physical woman, and that it unfits her
for her first and highest duty mother
hood. In view of this assertion Mrs.
Fawcott of England has for some time
past been collecting the photographs of
babies whose mothers have received uni
versity educations. This collection she
has recently presented to Xewnbatn col
lege, and it is said that a more vigorous
and healthy set of young ones it would
lie hard to find. These sturdy littlo beings-
re-present an actual condition and
not a theory, so those who still objet
to chemihtry aud higher mathematics
for their women folks will have to move
their guns to another point
I've a Bferet in my heart.
Sweet Marie i
A tale 1 wriulri Impart,
Tf you'd evi-r fairer he
Yu moat tii. PrkTe,
Tltv iDipmvoOTert yon will see,
Sold by Ilartz & Ullemcyer.
NOW IS THE TIME.
Why Delay Until too Late.
Dre. Stack ho use and Daniel Can Cure
You, and These Warm Days Will
Be Their Assists nt.
This season of the year is especial
ly favorable for th-? permanent cure
of all forms of catarrhal and chronic
diseases. The sudden spring and
fall changes, together with our se
vere winter, often makes the physi
cian's work exceedingly difficult.
Why not do what you can to assist
in your cure by beginning in the
early stages of your disease? The
longer yon delay, the longer it will
take to cure you.
Mr. Teter C'cwo, a well known far
mer of Kipiils City, HI., is the latest
person ti testify to the success of
these eminent sra-Halists, Drs. Stack
house and Daniel. Mr. Cewe says:
My trouble dates back 15 years, and
the past year I became greatly dis
couraged, as most of the time! was
unable to work."
MR. I'ETEK CEWE.
My eyesight was failing, my nose
was slopped up first on one side,
then on the other. My mouth was
dry and tasted bitter in tbe morn
ing. I had considerable stomach
trouble and was also a Bufferer from
rheumatism. I began treatment with
Drs. Stackhouse and Daniel two
months ago. and am now feeling
better than for 15 years. I have
gained in flesh and am free fiom the
Drs. Stackhouse & Daniel.
Suite 1, McCuliough Building, No.
124 West Third street, between Bra
dy and Main, Davenport, Iowa.
Office Honrs S a. m. to IS m .. 1 to 4 aad T to
a. ss. ; Hnndsvs. S to S p. m. only.
BPKOIATIBa Catarrh. Asthma. Disesse of
the lye. Bar. M oae. Throat an4 Lanes. Hereon
Diss.. Blood and Skia Dbease. Chronic Dis
ease. Rupture Cured NoK!n&er!
No blood drawn No loss of time.
Cure positive and legally guaranteed.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From C a. an. to 7:30 a.
m., aad from 1 p. to 9 p. m.
oa week days On Sanders the
rooms will be open from f c m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time daring - business hoars.
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How They Like It
Bead what some of those who've received
The Hub's Boy's Outfit
Think of their
Pecclv d the Be :d -To-Foot outfit ll rlpht.
aad sm ry much pleased nil it. It a as a per
fect fit, even w ibe I'm "
Mas. Lh. acaPTox, Claremotit. X. B.
"The enit. Bead to Foot Bo's Oo ft and
Man's BiiKinr K mi, were n-rvied i. k not
MlV IMvlVl II ft l.rif .n.fl IT If ta..l..
ot the Iwreains I rrcetvrd wtU get yos sxite or-
Mas. Mtiutut NsacAKK. Harry, 111.
A suit of ALL-WOOL clothes, ages 5 to 15 years a Stanley
Crtp to matt-h the suit and a pair of Stout and Susjm Iv
Shoes that's The Hub's Hesd-To-Foot-OutGl f..r ti.00.
f5ei t on rec Ip' of price, or C. O. D.arila prltileee of ezaminslkHi to soy .-rt 4U I niM
81 e If St.S) deposit Is seat Wit order. If rstlrfartory weareeti ref jnd tkc ui Iim
pilee. rsssple of elotk free. In ordering iorludV C3c pnstaew.
llathltr. Mstter. araraiabrra
Buggies. Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
Last Days of
Davenport Fair and Exposition
THE TWO tlKFJlTEST ATTRArTluvs rtv
Pain tSt Son's
Of both bcmlsihrrcs. Great
Spectacular Production as
shown at Manhattan Beach.
Ionjr Island, at the FA IB
(BOUNDS evert evening
during the week.
Special rates and excursions on all roads. Sec small
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. HO: MM SIXTH AVENUE.
8hop on Vlii 8tr)0t POCK ISLAND.
JOH Wu rautruH.
PArimoij a con
Pointers and Decorators
Islaad by HarU
"Most .tUifnory. To reci fcrlb
order. from nie ftoia tlino ti time -
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Alt, at Law. 1 Buju, Ai j..,
The Boys' Ckrhe errived s i ri-lit .ji
well pleased aith them." W. 4, s. i, hl
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Pint sad Secant avenee.
Ecull trad wpocUlly roi .ti
Darenport Fair Exposition
Better than ever. M.""in
premiums and rare iurM-s.
Bailroad and Electric Cars dimt
to the groonds.
Sept 10 to S, 1894.
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