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THE A KG ITS TUESDAY, MAY 28, 185.
State Savings Bank,
Moline, Jli, Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
CAPITAL $100.000.00 '
Succeeds the Molina Savings Bank
V Par Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits
Organised under Bute Laws.
Open from 9 a. ra. to S p. m., and
edneeday and Saturday nigUU from
Fobtbb Suina, - - President
Hnua DiBLixa, - Vice President
O F nnuHWAT, Cashier
Port Sai-rsia, Brain Daauxo,
B H AiaawssTO, Gio H Edwards,
C F BnmrUT, C A Ross,
C B AmwcBTH, w B Adams,
. W W Wbias.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for prmt parUaa In hs cardan
put of the meat by Uie
Orchard State Bani
of ORCHARD. NKBKAflKA
- B. W. Dabv, President.
t. 8. Dabt Oaabier
MKebcIt A) Lynda, Banker.
J. f . Hobumou, Cashier Hock bland battoua
IX C. Carter. M. D.
Umuf Dart's son. Wholesale (Jroara
HuoelnQ & Hoefl
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
' Irnetaeatrr German Ina Co.
Westchester Flra " .
Spring Gordon .
Werman Klre " .
New U am p b Ire M
Milwaukee Mechanics .
Security " .
....Rochester, If T
Buffalo. N Y
.. Mancbeter N II
... Milwaukee, Wia
.Mew Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
HAYES ft ClalAVELftHB
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Gash assets
Tiro Life, Tornado.
Bonds of Borwryship.
OFFld Bangatoal block Sock bland, lllf.
int ami Mas: thX U1 mterssl 700,
J. M BUFORD,
The aid Flra and Tle-trted Compairtee
Loxses Proaptl? Paid.
Rates aa low aa any rallabla company caa afota
Toar Pntranace Is soL'dtad.
mm bath noons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
trio, electro-thermal, etc., may
bo obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House,
v BOOMS OPEN.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
IS m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 9 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will d open from 7 a.m.
to It a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electrio and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hoars.
- Gymnasium connected with bath
WasSsi .srislfaatlltieete iiiimiii lama
er assail, far tradtaa aa Baraias la scasfca,
araiaaarpravtatoa Haras. Isanw isswad ree
alarnj. ettae aua SiH.I mdnmmm. Or
ders laealTad ea oaa pmr eaat aaaroaa. Oar
took. - Haeealatioa, ar How at Tn-aT eaaiM
an nwair. at wa eaat etasaa. JANWMELE
We Offer YOU A REMEDY Walk
Insures Safety tt Ue of Mouicr
Sens CeaftaeaKBt afita Fab, Horrar and SM.
if. and MTB1 FWB' FmlEwn" be
fore bar Brat child bad no cramps was quickly ra-
uereo funenng pat lime no puna aiierw.ru
taobTery rapid. E JOHNSTON, Euf.la. Ala.
tW Sent by Vail or Express, on receiptor arfee,
SJl.OO per bMUe. Book "To A'oU.er.'mAlltO Free.
BBADFIKLD REGULATOR CO., ATLASTA.GA-
SVald by all jaraunrleta.
lis What it is named.
It la not a signal 1 1 thow th it a bic j e'e i
coming, but an AID, recognized by sncb
riaen si It. P. Scarle, who aayi:
Gentlemen I bve jnatfinfAhed my sec
ond record breakinir trip from Chicago to
Newtork. I nrcd your lamp on all my
n'rtit rune, mmetimea runo neataauevd
of it een mile, per hour in the dark. I
was otily aole to make this fast time by
the tpendid llirht wh'ch I was et anted to
obtain with the nee of yonr lamr. 1 need
yonr lamp because I considered it the be t
In tbe world briar, and it has far ei-
, ceeded my expects ions Yonr. very
I tioly, R. V. 8eabl.
i. PoiTa or sfFiBioRtTT overeTeryother r
r Lantern made: (Mitral draft barn 10 i
K hours. Bami kcroeena ril onralx d. ?r
k Flame n'snlntely adjustable (by fet iff
k screw ) Filled and lighted from oati'de. ?ff
SAve Doctors' Bills, birked rhlns, 2
2 sailed clotblog. and mad a riding when I
2 there ia the molt UUure a pleasure. i
5 Dok't he twsri-Tcn b baying a cheip J
r( Tant rn offered on wblch may possess iff
possibly one rharactenstlc, but inrtt on iff
K having tbe Search Light, which will be &
K delivered free, if vour ncaler won't sup- iff
t ply ou. lor tbe price, I & Circular free. &
BRIDGEPORT BRASS CO., k
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Bed Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE BED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
Is a Chance
CUT OUT Tins ADVER
TISEMENT AND RETURN
TO US WITH FIVE CENTS
AND RECEIVE A BOOK
CONTAINING FROM EIGHT
TO FIFTEEN PIECES OF
CLASSIC MUSIC, BOTH VO
CAL AND INSTRUMENTAL.
Woodyatt Music House
1717 SECOND AVE,
N. B. Or send us four two
cent stamps and we will
mail the book to you.
BIEfJE J. BUS.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The lold fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Harper Douse Block.
Wkolesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors
Ul and 1618 Third Ave
DECISIOaX vs. debs.
No Habeas Corpus for Amer
ican Railway Union Men.
fUDGE WOODS' KUL1SG SUSTAINED.
Smeiaawat Ja.tiOed on Every Tolnt by
Uie National Supreme Court with Coaa
Iroity Tba Two Queatlooe Deelded and
Eztracta from tlta Arcame.t Thereupon
The Strike Leader, T ft. rough tha
Clooda, Heca the Star or Government
Washinoton, May Vi It is not im
probable, in view of the decision of the
supreme court, that Eugene V. Dabs and
the other officers of the American , Rail
way Union now under indictments for
violations of the anti-trust and the mail
obstruction acta will not bo called upon
to stand trial. Under the decision Debs
will serve his sentence of sis months in
Jail, and it is thought that tbe govern
ment will consider this a sufficiently se
vere punishment without prosecuting; the
criminal cases against him or his associ
ates. The principle involved having been
established, by not pushing tbe further
proceedings it will be shown that the gov
ernment does not entertain any revenge
ful or vindictive feelings ngninst Debs,
the American Railway Union, or any
other reputable labor organ iz ition.
Olney Not Averse to Organized Labor.
Attorney General Olney, to whom more
than any other man is due the suppres
sion of the Chicago riots and restoration
of interstate traffice to its normal condi
tion, has in all his official relations shown
his earnest sympathy with organized
labor when the objects sought to be at
tained were lawfuL As in evidence of
this fact it will be recalled that during
the pendency of the contest between the
Reading railroad and its employes, where
in the company sought to establish its
right to discharge any employe who
should join a ruilwny men s union, Oiney
unsolicited filed with the court a brief in
which he stoutly maintained the right of
tho men to associate themselves togethe r
for mutual aid and protection and de
clared the action of tho railroad company
repugnant to the American idea of Civil
liberty and justice.
Tha Questions Prevented to Court.
The opinion of the CJurt was in sub
stance as follows: "Tho esse presented is
this: Tbe United States, finding that the
interstate transportation of persons and
property, as well as the carriage of the
mails, is forcibly obstructed and that a
combination and conspiracy exists to sub
ject the control of suck transportation
to tho will of tbe conspirators, applied to
one of their courts, sitting as a court of
equity, for an injunction to restrain such
obstruction and prevent carrying into
effect such conspiracy. Two questions of
importance are presented:
"1. Are the relations of the general gov
ernment to interstate commerce and the
transportation of tbe mails such as au
thorize a direct interference to prevent a
forcible obstruction thereof?
"2. If authority exists, as authority in
governmental affairs implies both power
and duty, has a court of equity the juris
diction to issue an injunction in aid of the
performance cf such duty
Uncle Saw and tha Cltisen.
"What are the relations of the general
government to interstate commerce
and tbe transportation of the mails? They
are those of direct supervision, control
and management. While under .the dual
system which prevails with us the powers
of government are distributed between
the state and the nation, and while the
latter is properly styled a government of
enumerated powers, yet within the limits
of such enumeration it has all the at
tributes of sovereignty, and in the exer
cise of those enumerated powers acts di
recti y upon the citizen and not through
the Intermediate agency of tbe state."
Pith of tha Document In GaneraL
The pith of the opinion is stated fairly
as follows: The strong arm of tbe na
tional government may be put forth to
brash away ail obstructions to the free
dom of interstate commence or the trans
portation of the niuils. If the emergency
arises, the army of the nation and all its
militia aro at the service of the nation to
compel obedience' to its laws. In the pres
ent case the right to use force does not
exclude the right of appeal to the courts
for a judicial determination and for the
exercise of ail their powers of prevention.
Indeed, it is more to the praise than to tbe
blame of the government that instead of
determining for Itself questions of right
and wrong on the part of these petition
ers and their associates, and enforcing
that determination by the club of the po
liceman and tbe bayonet of the soldier, it
submitted all those questions to the peace'
ful determination of judicial tribunals.
and invoked their consideration and judg
ment as to the measure of its powers.
EXTRACTS FROM TBE ARGUMENT.
Operation of Constitutional Provialona Fita
Itaelf to New Situations,
In the course of the opinion it says
"Constitutional provisions do not change.
but their operation extends to the new
matters as the modes of business and tho
habits of life of the people vary with each
succeeding generation. That the bill filed
in this case disclosed special facts calling
for the exercise of tt B-towers of the court
is not open to q uestiuo.
"The attempted exercise by individuals
of powers belonging only to government,
and tbe threatened continuance of such
invasions of public right, present a condi
tion of things which call for the fullest
exercise of all the powers of the courts. If
ever there was a special exigency pre
sentedone which demanded that tba
court should do all that courts can do It
is apparent on the face of this bill, and
wa need not turn to the public history of
the day, which only reaffirms with em
phasis all its allegations."
"The argument In opposition for Debs
et al.l does not question tbe jurisdiction
of tho court but only the expediency of
the action of the government in applying
for its process. It surely cannot be seri
ously contended that the court has juris
diction to enjoin tho obstruction of a
highway by one person, but that its juris
diction ceases whcii the obstruction is by
a hundred persona.
"It may be true, aa suggested, that in
the excitement of passion a mob will pay
little heed to processes issued from tbe
courts and it may be, as said by counsel
in argument, that it won Id have savored
somewhat of tbe puerile and ridiculous to
have read a writ of injunction to Lee's
army during tbe . late civil war. It is
doubtless true that 'inter arm leges
silent' and ia tbe throes of the rebellion
or revolution the processes of civil eonrts-
are of little avail, for tbe power of the
courts rests on tbe general support ot the
people and their recognition of the fact
that peaceful remedies are the true resort
for tbe correction ot w rones. I
'But does not counsel's argument im
ply too much la It to be assumed that ,
these defendants were conducting a re-,
bellion or Inaugurating a revolution, or .
that they and their associates were thus
placing themselves beyond the reach of i
the civil process ot the conrtsr v natever
any single individual may have thought
or planned, the great body of those who
were engaged in these transactions con
templated neither rebellion or revolution,
and when in the due order of legal pro
ceedings tbe question of right and wrong
was submitted to the courts and by them
decided they unhesitatingly yielded to
their decisions. m
"A most earnest and eloquent appeal
was made to us in eulogy ot the heroic ,
spirit of those who threw up their employ
ment and gave up their means of earning j
a livelihood, not in defense of their own
rights but in sympathy for and to assist .
others whom they believed to have been
wronged. ' We yield to none in our aa
miration of any act of heroism or self
sacrifice; but we may be permitted to add
that it is a lesson which cannot be learned j
too soon or too thoroughly that under
this government of and by the people the
means of redress of all wrongs are
through the courts and the ballot box and
that no wrong, real or fancied, carries
with It legal wan-ant to invite as a means
of redress the co-operation of a mob with
its accompanying acts of violence."
L non every point the court ruled in fa
vor of the government and against Debs
and his companions, sustaining every act
of the court and all Judge Woods' rulings.
The decision was also complete in its jus
tification of the government's interven
tion, aud what is still more significant
there was no dissenting voice tho opinion
is a unanimous one.
DEB DISAGREE WITH THE COURT.
But Is Not Surpriaed at Anything After tho
Income Tax Decision.
Terre Haute, lad.. May 28. Eugene
V. Debs, of the A. R. U. was seen at his
home last night and said: "I expected a
favorable decision but I am not disap
pointed. After the decision by that trib
unal upon the Income tax bill I am not at
all surprised to see the decision of tbe
lower court affirmed in our case. Both
decisions are absolutely in the interest of
the corporations, syndicates and trusts,
which dominate every department of the
federal government, including the su
"Jefferson's prophecy is being literally
fulfilled. The "sappers and miners,' as he
dominated them, are at work undermin
ing the federal fabric. States' rights are
practically eliminated, while tbe right of
a citizen to a trial by a jury of his peers
as vouchsafed by the constitution Is
broken down. Every federal 'judge now
constitutes a czar. The decision has
crowned and sceptred them and given
them autocratic sway. They can now
issue any kind of injunction restraining
any man from doing anything, and then
deprive him of his liberty after simply
going through the farce of a hearing be
fore tbe same judge .issuing the injunc
tion. , . ,
''Railroad corporations may now reduce
wages and enforce any kind of conditions
upon their employes without fear of re
sistance. If employes see fit to quit they
can be put in jail for exercising this pre
rogative. And this infamous outrage has
now the judicial sanction of the supreme
court of the United States. It is no
toriously true that the people of this
country, excepting a small minority that
are direct beneficiaries of such monstrous
perversions of justice, hnvo no confidence
in the supreme court. JSot only this, but
the criminal autocrats have no confidence
in each other.
"To substantiate this it is only necessary
to read the scathing arraignment of Jus
tice Harlan of hU judicial associates. I
shall abide by the decision with perfect
composure, confidently believing that it
will hasten the day of the public owner
ship, not only of the railroads but of all
other public utilities. I view it as the
death-knell of the wage system. In the
long run this decision will prove a bless'
ing to the country." '
THIS MAN WAS TOO PREVIOUS.
Ha Wanted Some Money to Start Honac
-awepinc letter to the Praaldeat.
Wabhinston, May 28. Ever since some
wag put afloat the story that the presi'
dent had given a present of a sum ot
money to the parents of twins and trip
lets the White House has been filled
with letters of application on that score.
and it Is estimated that at least $10,000 a
day might be disbursed at the rate of (30u
to each applicant. A sample of tho kind
of letters that come in the mail to the
president Is the following, which was
sent by a man in Texas to "Mr. President
"Dear Sir: I see you are giving $500
lor twins. 1'lease send me f 100 rlsht
away, for I am going to get married this
week to a girl that Is a twin. I come
from a twin-getting stock, so you will
see that there is no risk to run. and when
my wife has twins I will draw on you for
tbe balance. 1 need the money to start
housekeeping with. I am in good health
and so is the girl I am going to marry. I
nave always been a Democrat. I voted
for you the first time and will vote for
you again and name the twins after you.
Don't disappoint roe, for I may to have
to get married sooner.
In another case the woman writes that
she has failed after waiting a year to get
that (500 that the president is said to give
to the parents of triplets, and now she is
willing to compromise on the basis of the
money for the first pair of "pants" for
ber little Cleveland. The clerks at the
White House do not permit any of these
effusions to reach the president and they
are not even aigninea with an answer.
now that they have become so numerous
and annoying. Of course there is not a
word of truth in the' story that the presi
dent has ever bestowed snch bounties.
Vaulting Ambition of a Whoalanaa.
Philadelphia, May 23. Frederick W.
Burns, of the Varuna Boas club of
Brooklyn, has been in correspondence
with Vice President Frank Thomson, of
the Pennsylvania railroad, in the interest
of. Charles Murphy the crack New York
bicyclist. Burns and a number of .Metro
politan bicycling enthusiasts are of the
opinion that Murphy, paced by a locomo
tive, can ride a mile on his wheel in ons
minute. Vice President Thomson has
been asked to grant permission to
Murphy's friends for a public trial on any
01 ine divisions of the Pennsylvania rail
road, the New York division preferred, al
lowing one of the railroads' fast locomo
tives to pace tba rider.
, THE MARKETS.
New York FlnannlaU
Krw York, May IT.
Honey on call nominally 1 per cent,
rrime mercantile pap:r SuUJf per cent.
Sfc-riing excoadge du.l bnt ateaiy, with actual
basineaa in banker' bi.la at !!8(&8H4 for
demand and 437d8"! for nixrr daya; posted
ratea t7(-iil8J and i.a.- commerdAl
Silver certiflcataa 67mfc87s; no aalai; bar
silver, 67. Mexican dollara Wl a.
United States Rnvornment bonds firm;
new 4'a re. do coupon, IS.,: 6's
res-, IIS; 6'a conrrona. 118; t'a rec llija; 4'
coupons, 113; za rez, v7; i'aciflc Va of So,
Chicago Grata aad Prodaee.
Chicago, May 27.
Following were the quotation on the
Board of Trade today : Wheat May,
opened "i'$6e, closed 77c; July, opened
closed, 794c; September, opened &S4c closed
7ty$e. Corn Mar. opened &'c doaed ftlsc;
July, opened f3c closed ft-4gc; September,
opened acc closed fctJio. Oats Mar, nomi
nal, cloaeKl2c; July, openad ZMc cloaed
SJsc: Septemuer. openei 2?, close! ate.
Pork May. nominal, closed .12.42'rt; July,
opened S1S.37& etosed Lard-May
nominal, close 1 .52. '
Produce: Batter Creamer r. ' IS ner lb:
extra dairy, lie; fresh packing atook
7 8. Egs Fresh stick. los off, 11J4 per
doz. Live Poultry Chickens, 9o per' lb;
turkeys. 739c; ducks, 8?; geese, taowa
6.UU per dux. Potatoes Burbanks, fair to
good, a03o5c per bnthel; Hebroos, 4"&.i0c;
Peerless, 45juc; mixed K&iUc. Apples
Fair to choice, S2.5uS4.Jl) per bbL Honey
White clover. l-ll section; new to:k.
14c; broken comb, 10313c; dark comb, pjor
packages. 8c; attained California, Straw
berries IMaon, 1.5ta2.2a per S4-at case:
Michigan, f).2.3uO per 16-qt case.
Chicago save block.
Chicago. May 27.
Lire Stock Prices at the Union Stock yards
today ranged as follows: Hots- Estimated
receipta for the day 44.UIU; Bales ranged at
ta.UUl.13 pigs, S4.ri4.4j light. Si. 1x31.3)
rough picking, ti.3 (34.5-1 mixed, and $1,333
4.6J heavy packing and shipping lots.
Cattle E-timated receipts tor tha day.
13.UUII; quotation! ranted at ti.6K36.0U choice
to extra ahipping steers, ti.u53i.j0 goo I to
choice do, St.7J3.V10 fair to good, $1.3)31.51
common to. medium do, LK)3i.4U butu bars'
steers, Jl3U(33.im siockars i.s3L00 readers,
S2 0U34.3J cows, JLrJj&l.fCt heifers. SJ 2V4.J)
bulla, St-l iai Texas steers, and Sj.503.U
Sheep Estimated receipts for the day 14,000:
sales ranged at Slii&i.UJ westerns. $2.&&
4.4" Texana, Si 503x1) natives, aad f i.JgS. lii
The Local Markets.
Hav Time nv. tioatl" unland. 11141.113:
wuavS7.90AS'j;eioagu cots; oaiea. t'.'siu.
mere ahd vmxtableb. "
Onions 30c per be.
Buter Fair to choice, 14?: fresh cream
Bgga rrcun, mc
Poultry Cmckeus, Tc
Cattle Butchers rar for corn fed steers
SH5;; cows and heifers, 334ft ; calves
Spring lamb. 5J4c
Coal -Soft, toe.
Wood S3.S0 per cord.
are hundreds of brands of
White Lead (so called) on the
market that are not White Lead,
composed largely of Barytes and
other cheap .materials. But the
number of brands of genuine
is limited. The following brands
are standard "Old Dutch" process,
and just as good as they were when
you or your lather were boys :
"Southern,'' ''lied Seal,"
For Colors. National Lead Co.'s Pure
White Lead Tinting Colors, a one-pound can to
a 35-pound keg of Lead and mix your own
paints. Saves time and annoyance in matching
shades, and insures the best paint that" it is
possible to put on wood.
Send ns a postal card and get oar book on
paints and color-card, free; it will probably
save yon a good many dollars.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.
State and Fifteenth Streets, Chicago.
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition for Sale on
This 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 walnnt, elm,
backberry. or other large
tree, nnd is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
tbe most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
fiooa 21, IGtchsll k Lynda Bloc
FEU ALE PILLS.
A new.nriiafcM aodaale rriMf I n
pn mi 1 iSrfpia 1 1 wijcaawaalafXilaarsy
Knifcga. Kow used by over SO.SSS
iadlea iiaiMy. lii.lireiaseitai.iat
onraBsw n.weorin .m,.i. 7v
paper. S. rv boa. or inai boa Si. At
Mstad Si autra wraiiaar. . Sead as
mi f. ia
aaavbHuawa, vnarago, au.
So d t Batz at Lllemeyer and T. B. Thomas.
Praacaa fcr'cairiiw a.,,. M V
,Wa a 1 dim Mm mm Gu .iliatiVX W
I Jb mill tmr ymrttemlmwm. I 111 llll mmt
lS 1 BeMef ajrUt1faaiKr. treason,
. If tawny IMMMMUr Kmm rmp.
for Infants and Children.
OTHERS. Do You Know that Paregorie.
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many ao-callod Soothing Syrups, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine I
Do To Ksierw that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons t
Po Tow Know that in most countries drurjrfata are not permitted to sell narootka
without labeling them poisons f
Po Ton Know that yon shonld not permit any medicine to be riven your chad
unless you or your physician know of what it is composed t
Po Tow Know that Cantoris is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list ot
tta IngTedients is published with every bottle f
Po Tow Know that Castoria la the prescription of the famous Trr. Samuel Pitcher.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Caatoria is now sold than
ot other rcmediea for children combined f
Po Tow Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
other conntrk i, have issued exclusi-Te right to Pr. Pitcher and hia assigns to use tha word
" Caatoria n and its formula, and that to imitate them ia a atate priaon ofTenee f
Po Ton Know that one of the reasons for granting this Korernuent protection waa
because Castorla had been proven to be aVaolataly haxmleaaT
Po Ton Know that 35 average' doses ot Castorla are furnished for 35
alts, or one cent a dose f
Po Ton KwovwOiat when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept welt, and that yn may have unbroken rest f
Wall, thane things are worth knowing. Tbey arn facts.
Children Cry for
Chicago Medieal Institute
Permanently located in Daveuport,
Iowa, for tho cure ot chronic,
nervous, surgical, private
t and female diseases.
Formerly Clinical Protestor in twoof Cbirngo's
leading mtd:cal colleges.
FSSHFT ADD mtfAKXHT roiB.
CATAKBH, Bronchitis, Asthma,
early consumption, Khenmatism, Neuralirta,
Dysprp.ia, Scrofula, Syphilis aud all blood, liver
and kidney disc usee.
LADIES All diseases peculiar to
their sex nred by the latest painless method,
ELECTRICITY scientifically ap
plied, nervous debility. loss manhood, exhanstivo
drain., night lot, defective memory, threat ned
insanity, loss of will power, mental delusions,
RUPTURE, Piles, Fistula, Hydro
cele and Varicocele cared bythe latest acd most
DON'T submit to a surgical opera
tion without consulting ns. Remember onr Inns
hospital exper enca enables ua to save a Ufa
where others fail.
SURGICAL operations performed
at your home when desired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a apecialty.
Best of references and credentials. If yon can
not call, write. Hundreds cored by mail.
Chicaco Medical Institute, 231 Brady street,
Davenport, Iowa, between Second and Ihlrd
UOl'BS: 9 to 12 a.m.. i to 5 p.m., 7 to 8 p. fa.
J. X. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
JOB at. PARIUUH.
FAIUDOn & OOEX
Painters and Decorators
FAFIB IlANaZSS, CaUajTKKa. etc.
SHOP. 119 tkTtntwtath St, B0C7. ISLAND. ILL.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.
SETTERS & ANDERSON
COOTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All kinds of etrpeater
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
DR. WALSH, Specialist.
Late of Chicago, formerly surgeon-in-chief
of St. Anthony's hospi
tal, has permanently located
in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. WALSH makes a specialty ot
diseases of the atznal organs of both sexes and
guarantees to cure every case he undertakes.
WOMEN suffering from diseases of
the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys, nervous
exhaustion palpitation of tte heart, dvapepsia,
or anv diseases peculiar to the aez. should call
on tbe great steclaliatand get an opinion on her
else free of charge.
DR. WALSH positively cures ner-
vois debility, eject, pile", stricture, varicocele,
seminal, incontinence, Miermatotrtiea, rheuma
tism. If yonr cae is a anrgical one and demands an
operation, consult Dr. Walnh and set tha profit of
his vast hospital experience.
SYPHILIS and all blood and skin
diseases cu ted by Dr. Ucbias (of Vienna) method.
124'WEST THIRD STREET.
1 U"nr-to 1
V t to S. and
. t 1 to 8
BEsTBT A. PARI DOW
Genera! Johblnv done aa short notice
sad satis faction guaranteed
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