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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, MAT 6, 18i5.
v Kaecator-a Notice. 1
Ist&ta of Johanna Baacnfeld. deceased.
neiDdenigned having been appoint! execu
tor of the Ust will led testament of Johanna
Bsaerefeld. lata of the county of Rock Island.
- state of Illinois, deceased, hereto gives notice
' that be will appear before the county court of
Bock lalend eoonty, at tne office of the clerk of
aid court, in the city of kock leland. at the
July team, on the flret Monday in July next,
at which time all person bavine: claim agatnai
eiid estate are notified and requested to attend
f v the pnrpoee of having the cams adjusted.
All persons indebted to aaid estate are re
aoeated to nuke lmawdiaie payment to tne u
derslaacd. Dated this Md day o' April. A. D. 18SS
EDWAKD BACEhsfKLD. Kxeeutor.
Admin latrator'a Notice.
Xttare of Margaret Harriton. Deceased.
Tne tuyderalirned ha vine been appointed ad
BirniatftJor of the e-tv.e of Mviraret Ilurl
nn, lars of the eonnty of Rnck laland. eta
of Imnrto. deemwd. hereby Rive notice that h
will appear before the county court of Hock lland
county, at the ofllce of the clerk of id conn, in
the city of I lock inland, at the Julv terra on
the Irrt Monday In July next, at Which tine
all persons having claim a?aint paid estate are
notified and requeat-u to attend, fur the pnrpoee
of haying the a&me adjnated.
au persona inaeotert to. a: 4 retue are request
ed to make 1jt mediate payment to the under
aimed. Dated this 37,h day of Atrll. A. D. 18.
IlENRY 11 A Kill SON. Adminiatrator.
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
'fill is addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a line walnut, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots arc in the very
tost part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STCKGEDN,
Eooai 21, Ilitchall ft Lynda Bloc
A word to those poinjr
to build this coming
season! If you arc go
ing to build a nice res
idence get figures from
the Colona Stone Co. of
Colona, 111., on a cut
stone building of white
or verigatcd sandstone.
If you build of brick let
them give you ligure9
on the trimmings. If
you ouild a frame or
wood building let them
give Jon figures on the range work.
It will imrtrore the looks and Talue of yonr
houe fi-i per cem. home of tho nicvet buildings
in the Ante are built of Colon atone. Vy all
mcaniijye your arcMt"rt aneci'y Colona stone
to be If d in yo ir birlilitiK. Samples of floi.e
and pbua.vniphK rf huildius en be seen at
Ki-omli, Mitchell Lyndo'a ontliling.
ments In part payment fnrafalftn irrade Acme
blvycle. vbtrh ve aUknd them cn approval. No
vttrkih me until tba bicycle .uxlves and proves
Young Ladies "SXttSSZ'
If pavs or -iris apply tbev Timet b well raeon
teodml. V nl t or pairUculatni.
ACME CYCLE COnPANY,
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 Stm tVilliE.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plombin; Bsuunt Rok IsUh'I Nt. Itknl
Jon m. raauuvM.
Pimnioiff & sots
Painters and Decorator;
PATS2 Ci:3.I17S, etc
SEul?. iI9 Savantoe&tb St- BOCZ ISLA2TD. tU.
laaolaatarT rm:anaaa aoaa
C4nMUn Mioa ci taaar itr, ai.i
S SAL MUUCUIB OO.
For ul by T. H. Thomas. Druggist,
Bsaaca ana a Umi bata.
Mr. J.P. Beit, Omnwtatomie, Sam.
wlfo of the editor of The Graphic, tbo lead
ing local paper of aiiami county, writes
"I trass trat'LIrd srff J tumrt dtoesMe
for six years, severe palpitations, short
ness of breatii, together with such ex
treme nervousness, that, at times I would
walk the floor nearly all night. Wo
consulted the best medical talent.
Then mata tkemtm mo Jae-fpar nee,
that I had organic disease of the heart for
which there was no remedy. I had read
your advertisement In Tbo Graphic and
a year aso, as a last resort, tried one bottle of
Dr. Mile Xrtv Carre aw the Mlrart,
which convinced me that there was true
merit In it. 1 took three bottles each of the
Heart Cure and Restorative Kerrine and
It txnMplrtrly etirraf tmm, M alee
well at nlcbt, my heart beatf regularly and
I have no more smothering spells. I wfcji
to say to all who are suffering as I did;
there's relief untold for them if they will
only give your remedies just one trial."
Dr. Miles TToart Corn I s sold oa a poult! re
nu-antoe trmt tho first bottle will tienefib
All (IrnirciKts sell it at ft, 6 bottles forts, or
It will bo sent, prepaid, on receipt of pries
try the lit Miles Nodical Ofr, Elkhart, lad.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
The Portage Entry
. . Successors to" tie Portage
Ked Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUPKRIOK POUT
AC.K RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
WEAK MEN MACE VIGOROUS.
I" MY. S'-iMY. iVDSt. 27" M
IK acta tXjWOrtullV aiMl Qnipklw. eunni mhln Mtt
ot'ira fall. Yonntc tnc-n rt-guln Vflt njanhiXKl: oM
I nenrocoaer youthful visor. AtHmlntoly (laar
Qlrrd tn Cm TVi,aini I t . 1 1 .
lo-iMtci-y, laht ,y FiaiHinalMt Punrr,
viioci kii r ma nraorji Waulai ala
rn.ra snJo'l tf'rctt rf If aim ur txcrurt and
fiif!rrrrj"a. WnnJa off Inaanlty and rtnaumptlon
Uon't lot drmr;wt impose a worthless sut-atltuic on
yitaNHSH.it ylt'l.N n prri:tf.r pr.UU Inflton hav
Inir rECFEB'S lEKt ltMB. or send tor It.
Cun becarrtcd In ot poohet. I'rt'paltl rlaln wrap
per. i per box. or f..r i.t, witb A Poaltiae
V rlttea iaarmatre to 'atre or Keramd tko
M oner. I'anulilot f rep. SuM by dnunrlsta. AddreM
arawa a aJt aa r.tfat,.a.a. jk', tut
Sold by Harts Clienwyer and T.-IL Thomas.
180? Second Avenue.
aCKKT A. raUDUl
k Bo- 4 wna WSTTTEa
ctaxBa Pcwar la clh-iarz.
aay caoaa. If Bea-.aw-tc4.aarb ir.vib;. tsd t
prr bra ha lasit.a i a fc- SV U" ta ct -v S
sole agent, Boek Island, Hi.
THE IOWA CYCLONE
la Account That Maluaa Oat at More srl
oua saaita of AITaira.
ALTOS, Ix, AI07 & Northwestern
Iowa's cyclone and other electrical dis
turbances occurring about the same time
and probably related to the tornado Itself
in some way, cost at least fifty ho man
lives. A hundred others are injured, and
the destruction of a million dollars' worth
of farming property is a low estimate.
The whirlwind, bat half an honr in dura
tion while at Its fiercest, swept over l,2o0
square miles of cultivated farm land and
left in its wake a rnin rarely equaled in
so short a period cf tlmo. It will be sev
eral days before the list of dead can be
accurately completed. Many of tho small
communities stricken are removed from
the railroads and the country roads are in
bad condition, but tho relief committee
working from Alton has direct informa
tion as to tho following deaths:
A Laat af Tiiirty-Oaw bead.
Everett Arnold, of Creston, aged 18,
killed by lightning; Mrs. Herman Bell
kamp, of Sibley, killed by lightning; Miss
Nellie Coombs, of Sibley, killed by light
rj:ng; two Coombs children, struck by
lightning; L. D. Everett, of Sioux Cen
ter; eight children still missing from the
Haggle school house, thought to have been
killeJ; Matilda Haggic, of Ircton, killei
by falling debris; Jacob Jansen. of Sioux
Center; Mrs. Jlia Koster, of tvo;ix Cen
ter; ttvo Koster children of nb'-ro; Miss
Anna Mursdun, of Sioux Ci-r;t;-r, n fchool
teacher: tieorgo MarsJcn, of Si mix Cen
ter, a school teacher; Mrs. C. 11. Osl. i.f
I re ton; Mrs. Pustina, of SUjiis Center;
Miss Anna Post, of Ircton; lVtr SUin
hut, of SuierlnnJ. killed by liirhtuin;
Iiu loiph a Schwenitfegcr. oi Iiiun-ns,
killed by lightning; W.-hof, n t-Iiild,
of Sioux Center; IonU Vi-riinf, of Siuux
Center; Mrs. J.ihn Vei:i-rin::ii, of Sibley;
Mrs. Warie and bnhi, o.' ln-r.i.11.
Two Sor letiple I-jnre-d.
The injun-d arc: M. lilackinnru. of
Sibley; Kitilum Iileckman, of Ircton,
Miss Minis Coouilis, of ire Kin, bruised;
will recover; M.ss Jennie Coombs, badly
bruised about head and face, will prob
ably recover; Miss Lut'ila Cuoiubs. seri
ously injured; Devoort, four girls, of
Ircton, bones fractured and internal in
jurios; I'eter Devoort, faqo and arms cut
and braised; AU-ert l.-vourt, hurt in
ternally; John Fieyg, of Sibley, badly in
jured; Miss liuct'ie, of Sioux Center, bad
ly injured ; John Haggic, internal injuries,
badly hurt; Herman Haggle, leg broken;
Lewis Haggle, face brin-enl aud internal
ly injuici; William lingerie, shoulder
dislocated; Ceoroo HuUtcin, aged
5 ycers, of S.oiix Center; John
Jansun. uf Sionx Center, arm
broken; Miss Nel lc K-jster, of Sioux Cen
ter, badly burr; Miss Agnes Koster, faco
bruised; MUs Mildred K'ister. internal in
juries; two Meeks chilJr-.'ii, of Hawardcn;
three McConless children, of Ircton; A.
M. I'crry, of llawardcn, faco cut and
bruised; Mrs. Husburg, head and arms
cut; Miss Ida Rosburg, injured internally;
Thomas Uosburg, aged 15, slightly hurt;
Daniel Kosburg, bruisod slightly; Lewis
Kossbury, of Sibley, shoulder dislocated;
John Kossbury, of Sibley, badly bruised:
two Sherman children. f Sioux Center;
Alice annul. gea v years, 01 Sibley,
bruised; James Smith, ag-nl 11 yArs, bad
ly bruised; John Watterman, of Slbh-y,
may die; Henry Watlerman, son of above,
CHII.DKLN TUK M'OItt OF I1E4TU.
Little U.Ka tonud rcalterrd tcrwlier
M'vaudvd And Dead.
The greatest loss of life was between
Ircton, on the Ilawnrdon brunch of the
Chicago anj Northwestern, nnd Sioux
Center, en the Sioux City nnd Northern.
It was a veritable slaughter of tho Inno
cents. The children of tender years nro
outnumbering all others in tho mortality
list an that of those fatally injured.
Upon the edge of a plowed road two little
ones lay, their h.-.nds clasped together,
their bodies torn nnd mangled. B.iyond
them in tlm roadway tho leaves of an ar
ithmetic fluttered in tho breeze. Still
further on und c'.ose to the McCoombs
homestead wat a battered dinner bucket
and near by a reader turned ba -k to the
page where tho lines ran, "this is a cat; is
this a cut?'
In the wrecked school houses little feet
protruded from plaster and broken
board. Sun bonnets lay in the pastures
yellow with butter cups. In one child's
hand was clupsod the broken slato and in
another's a reward of merit curd given
but half an hour before by the teacher,
dead, nlso face downward, in tho furrow
of a distant field. From Sioux Center to
I'erkins and from l'erkins to Hull and
George and Ashton there was the wail in
the close of tho spring afternoon of child
ren not dead, but dlng, children with
limbs torn upart, children who bad been
carried over forty-ncre fields and hurled
into ditches, children who called ont for
mothers already dead or beyond the aid
of human help. ,
There U no mistaking the p&th of tho
storm; it is clearly marked. Vet it is not
intended t convey tho impression that
every living thing in this swath of half
m mile and more wide is laid waste, total
ly devastat-.-d. Although trees ten and
twelve inches in diameter were snapped
oil close to the ground and bushes and
plant- torn up by tho roots yet there
were many stately elms nnd tall poplars
which withstood the wind s terrific force.
In the territory traversed by the storm
was a larg" ::'-.?!ibcr of farms owed with
wheat and oats. In some places the ground
Is swept bare. About thirty houses wero
entirely swept awny nnd hundreds of ull
kinds of farm animals were killed.
CYC CONK l.M ILIIXOIS.
Four rertons Klld mod a Store Satining
111a wh Hum.
ArnoPA, May 6 The village of St.
Charles was visited by a cyclone which
passed through the town with taial re
sults. The old stone postoCioe building
on the east side of Muin street, occupied
by Mrs. Church as 'a millinery store, was
blown down and Mrs. Church was killed.
Two young ladies bad apartments in the
building and one of them who is mUsing
is supposed to be in ths ruins; the other.
Miss Augusta Anderson was killed. The
falling walls caught and killed a passing
horse, and the driver was seriously in
jured. Two other men were struck by dying
timbers and were ..to badly hurt. Sev
eral other pcrsuns about town received in
i'lries more or less serious. A man named
Luther Caustln had one leg and an arm
broken. Andrew Johnson, of Elgin, hod
his back broken. Tho k'.l.ed are: Mrs.
Hatti E. Church, Miss Augusta Acder
son, Charles Johnson and Joseph Thomp
son, all of St. Charles.
Jacesoxtillx, May & This section
was treated to a storm which amounted
almost to a cyclone. Kain and hail Tell
in torrents and the wind blew a harrv
sane, doing gre.it damage. Two men
wpte driving under some trees when one
fell on them and crushed the vehicle to
atoms, injuring the occupants. Buildings
were unroofed and much property de
stroyed. Peobia, Ills, May 6 A wind and hail
storm, the severest in recent years, swept
aver the city, doing many thousand dol
lars' worth of damage. Hail an inch and
a half in diameter fell.
cAvq oct or a cleab skt.
Bcmarkablai Stocaa rtwBoaamos) la Ohla
Eleauental Havue eiaewhere.
PonTSMOCTH, O., May t At New Bos
ton the sun was shining brightly, with no
indication of rain, when suddenly a cloud
de-cendod. It became more dense and
black as it eamo toward the earth, when
suddenly, just as it seemed to almost
touch tho tree tops, it burst and torrents
of water flooded the Tillage. Every trace
of tho 6torm, save tho gullcys washed by
tho water, was dissipated in five minutes
and tho entire progress of tho phenomenon
did not cover mora than half an honr. The
space covered by the cloudburst was not
more than a quarter of a tulle in diam
eter. CINCIXKATI, May 6. Advices from
southern Ohio, southeastern Indiana and
northeastern Kentucky report phenom
enal waterspouts. At McGonigle's sta
tion, near Hamilton, crops were badly
damaged, also bridges and fences In
Scioto county the people .were greatly
alarmed. About two miles from Hor
rodsburg, Ky. . a waterspout inundated
tho country. Water was three feet deep
In the fields, carrying logs and fencing
Into the highways. Trees wero blown
down, a lot of out-houses carried away
and crops damaged. In none of these lo
calities did the damage extend beyond a
Freak of tho W Ind la Minnesota.
Wobthixgtox, May 6. A heavy rain
accompanied by a tornado came over tho
crest of tho ridge south of tho town. No
damage whatever was done here,, but
toward the northwest," just outside the
village, it tore a groat portion of the roof
from the house of A. E. Tnttle and bad
ly wrecked his barn, entirely demolished
the granary of Mr. Stokes, the barn of
Mr. Bergen, the school house of the dis
trict, some outbuildings of Albert LMs
tlco and entirely destroyed the buggy in
which Mrs. Dr. Edgar was riding, though
she herself was scarcely injured.
Destroyed 825,000 Worth of Property.
Eldora, la.. May ft A severe wind
storm struck this county, doing much
damage to barns, windmills, etc Twenty-live,
thousand dollars' worth of proper
ty was destroyed cast and southeast of
here. One large barn was completely de
molished near Sccor and another north of
Deadly Lightning at Work.
GREEN BAY. Wis., May ft At Seymour !
lightning struck tho house of John Kitch- J
cnincUtor. killing Kltchenmcister jxnd '
seriously injuring his wife.
LixcASTKU, Ills., May James Ash
ford and George Rhodes, of Downing,
Mo., were killed by lightning.
ClHCAUO, May 6. During a heavy Rain
storm lightning struck a par- f field
iaborers-at East Prutrie, near Niles Ocn
tro. Herman Spandikow was instantly
killed and his 10 year-old son badly hurt.
LAW AND ORDER IN KENTUCKY.
armors Aran au;l Bura a Peat Hoaso
Built (or smallpox.
VlscnESTEK, May ft A pest house
riot broke out hero. A colored prisoner in
tho county jail has smallpox. Lumber
wiu hi. 11 n hi huh I'lirimni i,-g miE M ,-,. i- i
on a post house, tire miles out Tho !
1 armors iiimea out cn laasso, armed with
Wini-lM9tra Than rnFrwiritM )int r.1an I
..w vwa n,uivi uttu cax myjaw 1
completed the pest house before the mob i
.k.i n'K I S. . . - 1
.ibucicu. a. ajo anuvu IUUU was BWIT 101)6(1
tt.l along the roads leading from Winches- !
f ff f." t Hi raakBfc hnllCJI etiLn; Y I
aa- anuw aawuAua a uu OUUI alA WSJIlb
out to protect the carpenters with a laro
posse, and was driven back Into town by
armed men. The pest house was then
tilirnnii ntlli thn ffaamsPS2 a-m nl I aina nf
- .aoaa Ult CM DtUVO VS IUQ
town are guarding tho roads in anticipa-
ia-.H .11. 1 .
fiusj kiMt uiv BusaitLTUja ri2uucr juoy DO
taken throutrh thoir n.ioh lva-hfwwl r
some obscure locality.
jlsATSU. Lho house that was burned
W:m not nOW hllf. ta (Annmnnt. ak
-a-v. iiibu vu UISJU
some repairs wero being done, and the
. int. a mure tuiswilveu, a lact IDHb UOCS
not reimburse the owner nf tfin r.
The negro has been taken to a tent two
aw, iivui wao, aau on is serene.
TRAIN ROBBER MAKES CONFESSION.
The Marderera of Knglaaer Holmes Ar-'
reated and ta JalU
CARLINVII.LE, Ills., May 6 Tho men
who so foully murdered Engineer Holmes
in attempting to bold np his train, have
been arrested and jailed. They are Ben My
ers, a stonecutter of this place, and Jock
i rostand Ed Bryant.of Burnside,Ky. Bry
ant is a boy of lM,andhehas confessed, lie
says Meyers was tbo ringleader and their
purpose was to rob the passongers. Mey
ers, he says, forced him and Frost to hold
up the engineer.
On reaching tho engineer's cab Bryant
says Frost entered first, and flourishing
his revolver, ordered tho engineer to hold
ui his bands. The cmrinoer resiatna fmm
the first. Tho engineer struck at Bryant j
with a coal pick and ho flrod at him three I
times. As soon as they discovered that
the engineer was killed they jumped j
from the train and Q L Bryant said that I
Meyers and Frost did the planning of the :
roubery and said that Meyers told them
frequently that If they did not do as he
told them be would kill them.
Foar Utaaaapi at Aietroit.
Detroit, May ft The opening of the
sea ion of aquatic pleasures was marked
here by the drowning of four persons.
John Mariarty, aged 10; Frank Connelly,
aged 14, and four other youths wero
swimming in the U juge river when Con
nelly was taken with a -cramp. In sink
ing he clutched Moriarty's leg end both
were drowned. A sail boat containing
Gc-orge IL Baugh, his wife and brother-in-law,
George Emmons, was capsised in
the Detroit river eff Sandwich Point. Mr.
and Mrs. Baugh were both drowned.
Cbteoga Tribaae Foaader ttoad.
ChicAqo, May Jamas Killy, one of
the founders of The Chicago Trtoune and
a pioneer of Chios ro, died at toe residence
of his daughter, Mrs. James O. Parkas, ia
Win netta, 1U.
N faUanoa) waua tbo AOiaaaCH
SaARo5, Pa., May ft A general strike
among the blast furnace employes In Shis
section is imminent. They are not satis
fied with the advance of 10 cents a day all
General Pleasanton. the famous Union
cavalry leader, is very ill nt his homo in
Washington, tie has been an invalid for
Torrents of rain have fallen in the San
Antonio section of Texas, breaking
drought of months.
Thomas Thome, French, a shoe make!
of Oakland, Cal., stabbed his two daugh
ter, ono fatally. Tho other's wound is
not absolutely dangerous. Thome then
killed himself. Tho crime is attributed
to the murderer's recent debauch.
Smallpox has broken out in the negro
quarter of New Orleans.
Maggie Tiller, tho ncgress convicted at
Chicago of murder in the first degree for
killing a man whose mistress was her
dearest friend, has been given twenty
years In the states prison because hei
morals weren't good, and because she was
Tho twentieth annual convention of tho
American Academy of Medicine is in ses
sion in tho Johns Bopkins hospital at
The police authorities at Cleveland
hav prohibited boxing contests before
ath Jtlc clubs because sometimes a con
testant gets hurt.
Because his wife accused him of Incest
W. W. Guess, of Brooks county, G.i, shot
himself dead in the presence of his two
The Vienna Fremdcnblatt announces
that Count Kalnoky, the Austrian im
perial minister for foreign affairs, has re
signed because of trouble over something
the Papal nuncio has been saying.
The "London base ball season" Is an
nounced to have begun, with a larga
crowd present at tho first game, the lord
mayor of London and Ambassador Bay
ard boing present. .
A Milwaukee preacher says that at a
police gymuasiuin in that city recently a
regular sparring exhibition resulted in
the knocking out of ouoof the contest
ants. The LrfK-al Markets.
I'flru new. 4'aslc.
Hay 1-ii.iotbv. S12JJS18- m.tanrt SlialiS:
wUd.tl02$ll;slongh t7ri9; baled. $11.
roi-rr Ann vsuetablxs.
Potatoes- G( 12 56c.
Otiious Sue ix (to.
Cottar Fair to choice, 17c; fresh orocm
err to .
Poultry C'tuckvus, 7c: tnrkeye, 8c
Cattle -Butchers pay for corn fed stccra
Sr. .; cows aud iiciftra, 3&4 ; calves
Bpriog lamb. $353 a hca I.
Coal -Soft. We.
Wood t3.au per cord.
Wool 13c per pound.
SThea bahy wasafck, we rave her Castorfc.
When she was a Child, she cried for Casturia,
When she became Miffi, sho dung to Castorav
When aba had Cliialrer., she gave than Castorhy,
M Secret About It.
Physicians have had the form
ula of Scott's Emulsion for so
years and know they can always
depend upon it as being exactly
the same. It contains the purest
Norway Cod-liver Oil, the best
Ilypophosphitcs and chemically
pure Gl3Tcerine, made into a per
fect Emulsion that does not sep
arate or grow rancid like other
so-called Emulsions. There have
been many things presented as
substitutes, but there is nothing
that can take its place in Con
sumption and all wasting dis
eases. ' '
Don't be tytrrnadad to accept a tvbttitute t
Scort & Boww, H. T. All Druggists. 50c and $1.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The 'old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Kates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Harper Ilonae Block.
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for Infants and Children.
nnOTHERS- Do You Know that Fanrore.
Ill J Batnsao's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many ao-cUxl SmMaiiis Errups, and
roost remedies for cbQdrra are conpoard of opium or morphine t
Pa Ton Knrar that oiium en4 mnt-phine are atuiWririK aarootic polsuear
Pa Ton Know that la most countries druggists are not pormittoi to sell aarrotlos
Without labeling them poisons f
Pa Ton Know that you shocU not permit any laetHrlnw to be erven yonr child
nlnsa you or your physician know of what It Is compospd t
Pa Ton Know that Cantoris is a purely vcgttable preparation, and that a Bat of
Ita Ingredients ia published with every bottle t
P Ton Kaow that CActoria g the ra-escrtrtioo of the famous Dr. Samool Pitcher.
That It has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than
Of all other remedies for children combined f
Pa Ton Know that the rsteat Office Drportmeat of ths United States, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive riht to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use ths word
""Caartorla" and its formula, acd that to Imitate them is a state prison offense?
Po Ton Know that one of the reasons for granting this frorarnmefit protection was
because Castoria had been proven to be absolately hai ilaaaT
Po Ton Know that 35 aTerace doses of Caatoria are furnished for 85
enta, or one cent a dose f
Po Tow KnoTthat when possessed of this perfect preparation, yonr cUklraa may
be kept well, and that j.n may have unbroken rest t
Well, thane thlnr are worth knowing. They 1
Children Cry for
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
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Permanently located in Daveuport,
lows, tor tne cure ol chronic,
nervous, surgical, private
and female diseases.
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CATAKUH, Bronchitis. Asthma.
ear'y eoniuiup-'on. Rhennatiam, Nturalfla.
ltT.Drn.la. cr. faia. SruLiliaand all l.Iond ilvi
and kidney dlaMaae.
NERVOUS DEBILITY Lost man-
bood. ezhao.tivedraina. nieht looeoa. dc-feetlva
memory, tiiret I nuS laaaulty, tear of imandlns
darr. lom rf will power. Dental dsloaiena,
lecplriia, bj ott ria, etc
RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula. Hvdro.
cele ant Varicocele cored bn'hc lateat aid mort
aocMful method .
Ola kmz esDerltnne aa Clinlral PmTi-Mnr In
two of calcaso'a leadinr nxdal collcKe dlapaa
aarira. logei&erwitn hi other adrantago. la Iwo
D ti-la and Drivate nradiee. affnrrifd l, a areat
elty like Utcaa-o, caablea bin In Siavnnae and
core the aviat oWorc aaa neraisteat private and
co rou ic dlar.se of ererjr nature
awi 01 mfrnoa anri crramtiaia. t orree
ponder.ee aeeomianied br 4 crou rn s'ampa
proap-yanawerel. Handredt cured br njaii.
XL RE GC1KAVRKED IV ALL tl8M.
Call or addreaa. fhleara afadiraJ lnautnta. I
Ostee and Laborr.lorjr Brady atreet, Kavea- I
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Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer
Late of Chicago, formerly surgeon-ia-chief
of St. Anthony's hospi
tal, has permanently located
in Davenport, Iowa.
SPECIALIST, in all chronic, nerv
00a, private and aorglcai diaeaacs of both sears.
YOUNti. middle ajred, and old
awn : anffennjr from the awful eaTtets of aeglect
cd or Improperly treaaed caaea.
NEKVOUS DEBILITY, lost nan-
heed.nlKbl lora-v, weak back, falitus- aaeaMry.
tbreausriad insanity, ilr'Ifl'ai . rliomatiara, fret
stag, of consumption, bladder atd kidney dia
eaaea, rui turo. varicocele, pile., stricture and
fleet, promptly and prnuaueuily cared.
WOMEN, suffering from leucorr-
hoM, falling of the aromb. palcfal wntmatioa,
rack-ache. neuraiEia. lumora of tb. ovaries or
womb, or any diaae peculiar to bar aes, cored
by tbe lattft improved aoithuda.
Aypbillf and all b'rod and akin dlavaaes carol
by (r. ileura. of Vieaoai method. tteaBeaaaar
ur. Wal.b eivea late European Hotpltal irvataamt
aad bit lanre bmpital experience enables blat to
care wbere other, fail. atiels saceaufally
treated by mail.
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