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THE AKGU8. WEDNESDAY, 31 AY 8, 18f5.
hat Tired Feeling
I a certain Indication of imnnrr and Im
f poverished blood. If your blood could
j always bo rich and pure, full of the
nd eoriMuclea nin which, its vital'!
depends, yon would never be weak, or
to to ! Boib, pimples, scrofula, salt
r Ileum, would never trouble you. But
our mode of living, shut in all winter
la poorly ventilated homes and ahops,
depletes the blood and there is loss of
appetite, and weakness. Hood's Sarsa-
, partus is the standard remedy for this
condition. It puriflea, vitalizes and
enriches the blood, overcomes that
tired feeling;, builds up the nerves and
R-ives perfect health. Bead this :
Our daughter, Blanche, when four ywm
of age had a humor break out on her
hands and face, which our physician
pronounced eczema. If the cold air
leached her lace or hands they would
well up, look almost purple, and
beaded blisters would form and break,
N: B. Be sure to gut
For Seven Days Only
All who visit the Eminent Physicians
ill ll i
m iw.hu an mraitji Bert ices auu aurgivai treatment
FREE until cured.
THE CELEBRATED INTERNATIONAL DOCTORS.
IhenMcstofthaFHSB SERVICE; I to berime onll aranalnted with the tick, a'm to dem-
ctrateUie ieriirexcrM"iK:e ,f tber methods of trvatfne all dlwiim of a chronjt and urn t' d
lug natnre. "I he doctors feel asanred thai the gratefal endorsement of the many they relieve and
enro will tjiytf ibm. during Iheir future visita an extended pract ca that will ample repay for thia
great ontUy of time and money. Altbout h ihry treat all dieeaaea of a ekronh-.. long ,iandine.ob
renraordimcnlf nature and cnre many ao-aalWd msnrab.'e dipeaes taey wind it Iboroa.hlr under
stood mat. it altars thorouen examination, yoar case
aosnd merle the iiabt to n j Jet auch caw.
ALL DISEASES AND DEFORMITIES CURED.
CATARRH CCRRD Conasmptinn in Ihe Incipient fare; Bronchitis,' Avthma, Khtrmatl.m. a
Ujisjaarsur tli : itor, throat, iang., etoinacb. liver 'an 1 kidneys, acrofule aorer, n.er and all chtoei
wwl trore: eczema. pkiriaMu. pimple, blotches ani a 1 akin trouble trid and cured.
N Ilk Vols ItlsKAMBS kpllet.y poriiivHy and . ermantntly enred. Kervoes debi'Hy from
sny rauae, hyaleria. nearathenia. cbulera, St. VUu aaoca, etc , cured by the London epeolc tteat
mtnl. DISEASES OF VTOHEN-We examine all luliea without expomre, ant tftat a'l discarca pecn
Har to their m without tbe ih of rings, peaeariea, supporters, sto . by now and painless mctLod.
VOIKO SI EH, MIDULR AGED. WEAK, DISEASED, DESPONDENT MEN
8nfter'n: from prenia'ure e'eray. exhn;tc d o.-enfeebled Dowera, any and all dis-asrs arming from
habits ot youth, ea ly vice. uli retlorj or excena all diaeaee csna'ns drains, kwes, weak or fall
tog n.emcry. nlotcht's. pluiples. Impure hl'od. falling of hair, etc., should vrir tbetn at once -by
their Am-krtiermmn methods sod remedies they susrsn'ee each sufferer Immediate relief and a per
Cancer eared without the kn fe no pain -no matter how many physicians have failed to cure
J on, call on ni. it will coat jou nothing and joe may prodl by t.
OFFICE AT HARPER HOUSE. ROCK ISLAND.
It I " -1 x. m. to S p. m. Vain o"Ber. 1 West Fotuternth street. New Tors.
V. b. .i.cc pbyaicians will retain tverj i days for one year.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailoi
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOSb AVEIUE.
I. P. RonsnBL.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
JOHN St. PAKIDOST.
PARIDOIM C OOI.
Painters and Decorators
FAFXS haotsss, CALSSlCmxSS. tto.
S5CP. 119 IWvsctMBth St, SOCK 2SI&1II). "ILL.
nM Ml 1 fcr
er ir-i w r. 9 a WTtttea
(aAIr sliUriCUia OO-
For sale bj T. H. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent. Bock Island, IU.
Discharging a watery fluid, and the turn,
log and itching -onld drive her nearly
.-wild. Unless we incased her little
hands she would tear patches of skin
from her face and hands. We tried
- many doctors and many remedies and
at last gave the case up as hopeless.
' But our daughter Cora tried Hoods
SarsapariUa, to cnre a scrofulous lump
near the left breast which caused her
much pain and after taking 1 bottles it
disappeared. Blanche, who is now
eleven, had spent seven years of suffer
ing, so I concluded to give her Hood's
Sarsaparilla. She took 5 bottles and her
face is smooth and soft as a baby's, the
color of a rose petal. Her bands are
soft and white, where four months
ago they were blue and red and
calloused nearly like leather. I can
not express my gratitude by pen or
mouth. It seems a miracle and our
friends are surprised." Mas. AWBA
L. Clark, 401 E. 4th St- Duluth, Mina,
Ilood'a and only Hood's.
- Ma &g
on Mav 11. 12, 13, U. 15, 16 and 17th
: ' i . . . . .
la losod to Be incurable, we fnuikl tell yon
1800 Second Avenue.
BUII A. PAKIDUST
If re rvnf Wit' eriaa Tan pm - Sod mk KlTIM
:nti rl uirura KimutA.'m. LurCMnl row in mmm.
rm-STtr.- To Cux ee svia. -1 &n norry. AMraB
MORTON ON SILVER.
Secretary of Agriculture to a
k Colorado Man.
XAXLTBS EISTOSIGAL ASS LOGICAL
it mt Tsnr
eMnddUa" Briaf Staww ( ta SUaav
te Ban Tmfeaw Flam la 1SS3, XTanatj
Taan Later Logical WVOmer iaaartarl
Washdtotos, Maj a Secretary Mot
ton has written a letter to James A
Cberry, of DenTer, Cula, In reply to a
letter from that gentleman ciriticiains;
some, statements In the interview with
the secretary of agriculture printed a
evraple of weeks ago, which caused so
much comment. It is as follows:
"From your letter of April 23, 1895, It
appears that you and I perfectly agree in
the f andamemtal point, namely, that de
mand and supply inexorably regulate all
valuables whcitsoeTer, at all times, and
in all places. At what points do we be
gin to separate from each other and
then go on.-to conclusions so utterly di
erse7 Throe points are only two the
first historians.' and the second logical.
"1. Yoa as. .Time certain propositions to
be true of silwr which are nut historically
true at all, bus quite the reverse of true.
You say, for fc-i stance, "until 1873 the chief
uso of silver was for coinage It had
other uses, but tho demand for is for
coinage punposes was steady and con
sant.' History of American Coinac.
"On this point you hare born monstrous
ly misinformed. The lirst federal coin
of silver wore minted in IT&i. and of gold
in 1705. Their ratio, as rccoinincndol by
Secretary Alexander Hamilton and fixed
by act of congress, war 1.15. It was hoped
thus to keen) the two metals in cqullibrio
in the coinage. But t'lcy would not even
come into equilibrio Su that ratio, still
less would they stay fiiicre. Only 411 sil
ver dollar pieces were o lined at the Amer
ican mint in the entiro year of 1S05. be
cause tbe silver was s.-orth more out of
tho coina're than in it and worth more
for export than for domestic money.
What was the matter'wilh those silver
dollars Nothing, only they were too
valuable, lay 1, 18 , ttiore came an or
der from President Jrffer nn to the direc
tor of the mint at PhiludL-lphia 'That all
the silver to be coined at the mint shall
be of tiuull denominations, so that tho
value of the largest puoui slisdl not ex
seed half a dollar.
Why Jaftanoa Stopped Coiaa;.
"The reason givtn by tho president for
this order was that "considerable pur
chases have, been mado of dollars coined
at tho minx for tho purpose of exporting
them, and it is probable that further pur
chases and exportation! will bo made.'
The coinage of silver dot tars, thus author
itatively sntipended at the American
mint, was not resumed ISiero for thirty
years. In these few facts, which are ofli
clal and unquestionable, behold the
beauties and advantages of a doublo
standard-r of the uniimttud coinage of
both metals' In nn enacted and constant
ratio with each other; of two yardsticks
of different lengths to measure cloth by
In the same market.
Momnrait Cader Chang of Katio.
"By the btw of 1834 the ratio was sub
stantially put at Llti. But this was go
ing too far in tbe opposite direction. Gold
was not worth 10 in silver In the markets
of "Kurope. Consequently the interna
tional current of the metals was now for
a time reversed, silver passi g iu prefer
ence abroad to liquidate tbe balances of
trade and gold coming In small quantities
to the United States, where at was more
than 8 per cent, dearer in silver than in
Europe. By lrOJ tbe immense disad
vantages of nv 'double stand.trd' bad bo
come so plain to all thluking people that
congress wiarly determined to abandon
the utterly futile attempt to secure the
parity' of the two metals, and to make
gold the legal tender for debts except for
sums of to and under."
TWO COMMOJI LOGICAL FALLACIES."
Employed cy Ills Correspondent, Accord
Ing to tho Secretary's Views,
Tbe secretary then attneks the term
"demonetization of silver," used so freely
by silver men, as having been accom
plished in 1873, and says tbe silver dollar
is not even mentioned in the act of that
year, continuing: "All the demonetiza
tion of silver, as I understand it, that
ever came about in this country hap
pened in tho law of 18i3, after open and
full discussion, and practiolly witbunan
Imlty.whon congress intrurluced the subsld
iary silver coinage, of -which a nominal
dollar's worth weighed 6.11 per cent, less
than the silver dollarr. and also took
away the legal tender quality of ail silver
In payment of debta of over ti in
Then Morton comes to his second sub
ject, tbe logical one, as follows:
You employ ovor and over again
In your letter tho two most common log
ical fallacies thnt enter Into the speech
of argumentative mem everywhere, name
ly, putting cause into the place of effect,
and assuming that because one thing
happened n'ter another in point of time,
therefore it was the result of that other.
Let us look candidly together at two or
three instances of this, taken almost at
random. You ask 'What creates de
mand?' and answer 'use.' I ask, in my
turn, what creates uaef and answer 'de
mand.' "Why is it that there to so little use' of
sliver dollars in this country today, while
there are millions upon millions of them
lying iu It f 1 answer confidently, be
cause there is no adequate "demand' for
them. Have you not innocently, but
badly, mixed up "cause" and -effect' in
this cast? Demand in Its , commercial
sense is nothing but desire for something
on the part of one man, coupled with his
willingness to pay something for it satis
factory to the one who owns it. 'Use' of
that thing, no matter what it is for, only
foliows the demand for it You have
heedlessly put the cart before the horse.
"What ia the sense of clamoring etiU
for "unlimited coinage' when the treasury
cannot get rid by book or by crook of a
tithe of those alrvn y coined and lying In
useless heaps Tacy are weU minted, of
just weight, nine-tenths fine, are legal
tender for all Debts and bear the legend
"In God We Trust.' What ails taemf 1
answer, and so must you on reflection,
there is no Memand' for them, and there
fore ao nse of them. What xnore can
the law do for them
-U may be, my dear air, that in your
study of finance you have ovsclooksd, la
whole or la part, the momentous fact
that all but a mere fraction of the ward's
commerce is mediated by instruments of
credit, and not by metallic money at nil,
whether of gold or silver; and that by
far the most essential service of money in
this age of the world is to furnish a .
steady measure I
"Mr. Eckels, the present comptrollet.
nf the currency, has made it probable by
novfnl innuirira intitntofi rlimnrrh tila!
department that about 50 per cent, of the '
retail business or this country is achieved
by means of checks drawn on local banks
and cleared by the banks with very little
use of coins. The relative- employment
of these instruments of credit is constant
ly increasing through the multiplication
of banks, and otherwise; and of course,
also, the quantity of coin money required
to do the business of tbe world, or of any
advancing country in the world, is steadi
ly decreasing relatively to the business
Oklahoma Free SIIwm Bepebl leans.
GctrrtK, May & A number of Repub
licans havo Inaugurated a movement for
free silver and will at once open head
quarters and organiz9 free stiver leagues
all over the territory" looking to the se
lection of free silver delegates to the Re
publican convention. .
Wants tba Party's Position Defined.
Dallas, Tex , May 8 Chairman Dud
ley has railed a meeting of the executive
committee of the Democratic party of
Texas at Dallas oq the 7th inst. for tbe
purpose of defining the position of the
party on silver.
ILLINOIS WEATHER-CROP BULLETIN.
What tbe Expert Pewplo la the Chicago
Anultorinin Tower Have to Say.
Chicago, May a The past week has
been characterized by abnormally high
temperature 3, with rainfall locking ex
cept in the west central and northern
sections; the latter section had heavy
showers which effectually relieved the
drought. The general average rainfall
of the northern section was about 1.75
Inches, central section about LOO and
southern section about .S3 of an inch,
with temperature for the state about IS
degrees doily above tbe normal. All
northern and west central counties re
port the general excellent condition of
wheat, rye, oats, sprouting corn, clover,
timothy and other grasses and meadows,
potatoes, gardens and fruits.
In the southern and east central coun
ties the conditions are not so promising;
rain is needed and vegetation ia growing
slowly, with noxious insects numerous,
especially chinch bugs and cut worms.
Corn planting is well along over the en
tire state, although slightly further ad
vanced in central and noithorn counties
than in southern, where dryness has re
tarded the preparation of the ground.
Fruit setting is unusually heavy; small
fruit is advancing rapidly and straw
berries will probably begin to ripen in
southern counties by the last of the week.
FRANK COOPER TO BE ARRESTED.
Warrant Out Agalaat Bin Beeaaaa He
Refused to Answer QamMona,
Spriscfield.IIIs.. May 8. After a long
conference with Attorney General Molo
ney lieutenant Governor GUI issued a
warrant of commitment addressed to the
sergeant-at-arms of tbe senate and and all
sheriffs, directing that jbank U. Coo pur,
of the firm of Sirgcl, Cooper & Co., Chi
cago, be placed in jail and kept there un
til he signifies a willingness satisfactorily
to answer the questions which he refused
to reply to at tho bar of the-senate re
garding the affairs of the firm of which
he is a member.
crgcant-at-Armi Anderson declined to
place him in jail unless an indemnity res
olution was passed to protect him (Ander
son) in case of action for false arrest and
imprisonment. The warrant, however,
being directed to all sheriffs, deputies, and
constables. Cooper will probably be placed
in prison. Much interest is felt as to the
outcome of the case.
Illinois Legialativn Pro on. dings,
Sfbisgfield, May & Several bills were
advanced by the senate, and then the
isicgcl. Cooper & Co. case came up. It
was finally decided that Frank H. Cooper
be required to state bow much business
his firm did last year, the vote being a tie
and the presiding officer (Gill) voting aye.
Cooper refused to answer, and was given
into tbe custody of the sergeant-at-arms,
who says he will not put him in jail un
less the legislature passes an Indemnity
resolution. In tbe house the question of
adjournment was postponed for a week.
Many members expect to be in session
later than June 15. A number of bills
St, JohVs, Nd., May 8. There Is an
other banking scare here. The story was
circulated that tho bank of Montreal had
suspended. This story was traced to a
number of anti-confederation fanatics,
who are constantly starting damaging re
ports. It started a run on the banks and
caused great excitement. There is no ap
prehension of any danger to any of tbe
banks. The managers all say they have
an abundance of gold to meet any possible
call, and It is expected that the panto will
Protest froum Unci Pnnii
WAsniSOTOS, May & Acting Secretory
of State Uhl has cabled Acting Consul
General Springer at Havana to Immedi
ately protest to the Spanish authorities
against the trial by military court of
Manuel Fucntes, the New York World
correspondent. Tho consul general has
been enjoined to e& speedily in the mat
ter as there is some apprehension that his
life is in danger.
Creditors Will nave 75 Per Cent.
MissKAPOLls, May 8. Tbe affairs of N.
P.Clarke & -Co. are still in" a tangled
condition, but the Impression seems to be
that tbe creditors will get about 75 cents
on the dollar. Something of a sensation
has been caused by the discovery that
Fred Clarke, the junior partner and rest
dent manager, has drawn for personal
expenses during tbe last seven years t?15,
OWL Colons Maa Will I
Bocktobd, Ilia, May 8. George W.
Bryant, colored, of Baltimore, editor of a
paper at that place, has been engaged to
deliver tbe Memorial Day address in this
city by Kevins post, No. 1, of which
Commander-in-Chief Lawler ia oom
m and nr.
Oatha Baao Baa Phalil.
Chicago, May 8L Following are scores
at base ball made by League dobs: At St.
Loois Boston o, St. Louis 10; at Cincin
nati New York , Cincinnati 7; at
Pittsburg Brooklyn a. Pittsburg o; at
Chicago Washington a Chicago 1U.
Hew tork rinaartal.
New Tons. May T.
Mooer en call nominally 14 per mt.
Prune aercaatiie pa ar i&V4 par cent. Ster
ling exchange fairly steady at the doc line
with actual business in banker bills at
t for demand and i&Ki&H for sixty
days; posted rntaa atadlSJ ana 4.ijrfJ; com
Killer cerUi:cates tWctl?; no sales; bar
silver, eSVi. Mexican doUara K5.
United States government bonds strong: new
4s reg.. ISt; do eoapjss, liU 5' re jr..
11M; Vn coapons. 4s reg.. 11: s
coupons, U-SH; rs res, S7: Pncina t's of Da,
Chicago Oraia and Prod wee.
- - Chicago. Hay 7.
Following were the q notations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat Kay.
opeard HI Hie eioard (Sgc; July, opened tt-c
eluoed Uc; September, opened Kilac. closed
Corn Jnay. opened 4940. cloned Stage;
Jaly. opened 4M4c. ckioed A ): eVptambor.
opened 4V4c clua d.c. Oats May, opened
xxtc, closed H4c; June, opened iHVtc. closed
tcTnc; July, opened :84c. closed SHfcgr. Pork
stay, nominal, cloned SILbii; July, opannd
lLKi. closed tll.ti. Lard May, opened
SMTH. closed ICSSS.
Produce : Butter Creamery, Ise per
1TK extra dairy, 16c; fresh packing stock,
&37c Eggs Fresh stock, loss off, UttifrUc Pr
dozen. Live poultry Chickens, &$4Hio per lb;
turkeys, 7&lc: ducks. sUc. geese, t&UUA
&.Mpar donen. Potatoes Bnrbanks, fair to
choice, M&auu per bushel; Hebroos. fci&Kc;
Peerless, atXi3c; mixed, tti&'Xc Apples
Fair to choice, tiSai-iJ per bbL Honey
White clover, 1-lb sections, new stock, uSffj
dltc; broken comb. Il2o; dark eomb. poor
packagvs. to; 1 trained California, &46c
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. May 7.
Live Stock Pri.-es at the Union Stock
yards today ranged as follows: Heirs Esti
mated receipts for the day W.OJsr: sales ranged
attUtU-Ltu pigs, tt.ii.4.0 light. fl.-U34.3i
rough packing, ttaxaitti mixed, and "K4Jj
4.80 heavy packing and shipping lota
Cattle Estlmatfd receipts for ?h day
3.(NjU; quotations ranged at f.6 K6.1 choice
to extra shipping steers. .i.l.V,B.fJ. good to
choice do, St.riklf.2l fair tj good. LO&4.7J
common to medium do, f l.ftlit.)) butchers
steers, tiWlrfO Mocker, AW&SA'I't feeders,
(L7&a8Ucowa, $).5Xil.rJU heifers. i.(U.40
bullfv U-W&iXJ Texat stejra, ani &M44.7i
Sheep Estimated receipts for the day
8,011); sales ranied at t3.i.K(M.4l westerns,
tl.lt3.70 Texas. 2.UJd4.i natives, ani $3.7$
The Local Markets.
Coin new. 4SAI7C.
Bay Ttnoihy, 9V2tia-- vrolsnd fllJtlt;
racrr and vxenAaLss.
Oainss auc par bo.
Batter Fair to choice, 17c; fresh cream
Eggs Fresh, 11c.
Poultry Chlckous. 7c; turkeys, Sc.
Cattle Butchers ray for corn fed steers
4i5 .; cows and heifers, 334 ; calves
Spring lamb. fSOSS a hes I.
Coal -Soft. 10c
Wood $3.50 per cord.
Wool 13c per pound .
Wbea Baly waa swk. we raw her Cantoris,
When she was a Child, sue cried for Caatoria,
When she became Mbw, she clung to Castorst,
TTlii a slii Iml riiil li i t .i ill ii li ii II rasliaai
Children Cry for
aa O O -ssV
O O O O O O
lit and 315 West Second Street.
High Class Seeds
Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar
eners and Truckers.
CLOVE B and GRASS
Seeds of all kinds.
We carry a complete Stock
of tbe Celebrated
PLANET. JR," TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue wholo
Mrs. S. Smith,
- 180 Second Ave.
Jotn Volk fk Co.
Mannfactorers of ' '
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding, rnoarlaC, Wslsstssilag
Batetnan'S Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, snaar so-called Soothing Eyrtops, sad
moat ranedies for children are composed of ophim or saorphinet
' Pe Te Kaaw thai opium gpd morphine are afuprf-lng narootk- pohmpa T
Pe Tern Sstnr that In most conntriea dreggfats are not rcrmitte-1 to arU narcotics
without labeling them poisons t '
Pe Tern Knew that yoa should Dot'porrt.It any medldno to be glveo your chad
sadess you or your physician know of what it is composed f, .
Pa Tom Know that Oastoria Is a purely eegetable jsrepsratioB, and that a list at
Its ingredients Is published with e-rery bottle t
PsTss Kstow that Cactoria Is the nreacrintion of the fnmons Dr. Samoel Pitcher.
That It has been in use for nearr thirty years, and that more Osstoria is now sold thaa
of all other remedies for children combined I
Po Tesi Kstow that the Patent Office Department of the ratted States, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
" Castorlan and iu formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison off eose t
Po Tens Knew that one of tho reasons for (-rantin-r this government protection was
becanse Cnstoria had been proven to be aVaalwtaly hmrsnleaaT
P Test Knew that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished for 35
eeata, or one cent a dose t
Po Tew, KnoTaiat when possessed of this perfect a-efiorattoo, your chOdrea may
be kept well, and that s may have unbroken rent t "
Wall, thone thtnga am worth knowina;'. They are facta.
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.
Permanently located in Davenport,
Iowa, for the cure of chronic,
nervous, surgical, private
- and female diseases.
nam ass rtuusnrt enxt.
CATARRH. Bronchitis, Asthma,
ear eonrampr'on, Rheamstiem, Xenralsrla,
L7d p-ia. fcn-rale. Syphilis and all blood, lltrer
and kidney diseases.
NERVOUS DEBILITY Lost man.
nood.exhan.tiTe drain, night loaact. defeetwe
naenwry. threat nS inranKy, fear of imprndlna:
danacr. ns cf will power, menial dclDsioua,
RUPTURE. Piles. Fistula. Hvdro.
esle ant Taricneele csred bytthe latert tud saoit
. Ills loac snerlfnee as Clinical Profenrnr In
two of Cbicaao'a leadint atediral college dirprn.
aarle. totretber with his other adTantagea in Ihm
pttnla and private practice. sSorDrd b a great
ettflike Csu-aan. enablM bim U diagnnae and
ear. the saoat obcnre and tuersistetit nrirate and
ctmnic 6mmnm of every natnro
of rer-rrneea and credentials. Corre"
psodence areoniianied by 4 ct-nt. In stamp
proamp-y tmwrrt1. Unndreds cored by artsi'.
CL KE GUAKAHBEEO I!T ALL CASES.
Oall ar addresa. Cbfeseo Mediral Inrtitats,
naasa ard Laoorstorr Sfl Brady awvot. Une
pert. Iowa. AU ba.ii eas atrictly conadesiUaL
124 WEST THIRD
ar - td Children. - c
- - a.- -. . i k 4 . . . " . .
You Know that PmreRorte.
Call for Rock Islam!
Brewing Co. Beer.
DR. WALSH. Specialist.
Late of Chicago, formerly surgeon-in-chief
of M. Anthony's hospi
tal, has permanently located
in Davenport, Iowa.
' SPECIALIST, in all chronic, nerv
osa, private and sargieai dlteares of both sexes.
YOCNti. middle aged, and old
sbosj ; sntTrrrinr from ti awful effects of neglect,
ed or Improperly treated caea.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, lost man
sood. n'trht Ion -a, weak btrk. railing mrmory.
tnrastened infinity, drpppr)i, rhnmatiam, (rat
stag, of consumption, bladder atd kidney dia.
eaMes, rai.ture. rieneele. ptW. airictnrs and
alert, promptly and permanently csred.
WOMEN, sofferinp; from leucorr-.
krea, falling of the womb, painful men'trnatloa.'
tsjek ache, nenraigla. tumnra of the ovarlvs or '
womb, or any diwae peenliarto ber aez, cants:
by tbe lattst Improved nwtbode.
Sypbili and all bWxi and akin diataaes ennrf
by Ur iltra' f Vienna) method, "bneabar
lr. Walfb give. Im'r European Hrrpital tmtMU
and hi lara-e boopltal exparienee enables him to
care where otbera fail. Patients ssocearfajl
treslad by mail,
CONSULTATION FREE, i
1 ' McCsilosgh Balldln-f, '
IDAVEXPOBT - IOWA.