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THE ABQUir TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1895.
State Savings Bank,
Molihe, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Succeed tbealolln Bawlngs Bank
Organised 18S1 .
4 Per Cent let west
Paid oa Deposits
Omstied onder State Law.
Opea trom 9 a. m. to p. m., and
ednea!ay and Saturday Bights from
Pouts. Samara, - - President
BiRia Dabuxo, - Vice President
C F Ennni, Cashier
POBTIS dirKTZB, Hiatal Dablus,
H H AIXBWOBTH, GCO II XOWABDS,
C F HrasxwaT, C A Boss,
'' C B Aibswobtb, W H Adam.
W W Will.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
iMMla for private parties la tha cardan
pot of the west by lbs
Orchard State Bant
of OUCUARD. NEBRASKA.
B. VC. TUx., President.
I. 8. Dabt Oashl.r.
Mitchell Lrntle. Bankers.
J. F. Kobuwon, Cashier Kock Island riatlona
1. O. Carter, M . D.
Henry Uait'a ten. Wholesale Oroara
Cowwp wnw oUrVed .
Huosinfj & Hoeft
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insnsance Com
panies the following:
Foctaester German Ina Co..
Westchester Fire ' ..
Ilnffalo Gerran M ..
spring Oordsa ..
Merman Fire ..
Hew IUep.btre " ..
Mllwaakea Mechanics " ..
security " ..
, Rochester, N T
, new York
Bnffaln. N Y
.... Manchester N U
...New Haven, Conn
Offate Corner Eighteenth street
and Meond Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HATES ft CLEAVXLAITB
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Gash assets
Ttre Ufa, Tornado.
Bends of Suretyship. 1
OFF1CI BaogatoB'e block Sock Ialaad, Ula,
era mi ratal ; they will interact yon.
J. M BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fife and Tlme-trM Ooapaalaa
Losses Promptlr Fail.
Bataa aa low aa any reliable xnapaay caa afore
Tomr Patronage la aollerted.
TFMM DATH DDDUS
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From t a. m. to
IS m. on week dajs For Gen
tlemen From 5 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sanders the
" rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for ventlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths mar be obtained at any
time during business here.
Gymnasium connected with bath
W..4W special fasiUUaat in la
ar small, fa tradta) oa aula, la
aUrly.rlWaalwt aa.aii.Hal advwaa. Or
wrs iwliaJ oa aa wr ea Misiaa. On
-i rt."i - -
aw imlll mf Ma auwa, VAN WIMkLK
a ru.HklMlld ataiiaia. lytellatrM.
TH E best investment
in real estate is to keep build
ings well painted. Paint protects
the house and saves repairs. You
sometimes want to sell many a
good house has remained unsold
for want of paint. The rule should
be, though, "the best paint or
none." Th?t means
You cannot afford to use cheap
paints. To be sure of getting Strict
ly f ure White Lead, look at the
brand ; any of these are safe : -
"Southern," "Bed Seal,"
" Shipman," " Fahnestock,"
For Colors. National Lead Co's
Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.
These colon are (old in one-Dound cans, each
can brine sufficient to tint 25 pounds of Strictly
Cure White I -cad the desired shade: they are in
no sense ready-mixed Datnts. but a combination
of perfectly pure colors in the handiest form to
tint Strictly Pure White Lead.
A good many thousand dollars have been
saved property-owners by having our book on
painting and color -card. Send us a postal card
and get both free.
Pi A I LE.AU HJ.
State and Fifteenth Streets, Chica-o.
lis What it is named.
It is not a signal f show that a bicicle is
coming, bnt an AID, recogniztd by sack
ridera as K. P. Searle, who says:
Gentleman I have Jnst finished my sec
ond rccoiil breaking trip from Chicago to
New York. I used your lamp on all ray
night runs, sometime tunning at a speed
of If een milea per hour in the dark, t
was orly anle to make this fsst time by
the rp'endid light wh'ch I was ei aoled tn
(.btaln with the use of yoar Ismr. I nsed
your lamp because I considered it the be t
In the world today, and it baa far ex
ceeded my r-xpeclatlon!! Yonrs, very
truly, B. P Seabl.
Points or errr.RioRrrr over every other
T.antcrn made: Ontral draft burn 4 11)
hours. Burns kerosene ril nnmlxtd.
Flame absolutely a ju.isMe (by ret
screw ) Filled and lighted fron outa'de. x
ave DorTORs Bills, barked shins,
aniled clothing, and mania riding when
there is the mot IrUure a pleasure. 3
Doa'i bk iHsrLTED bv having a cha p ?i
Lant rntfferrd oi which may ioats
i posnlbly one characteristic, but inrlst on H
having the Search Light, which will be f.
c delivered free, if vour nealrr won't up-
t ply von, lor the price, 15 Clrculir free.
; address i
I BRIDGEPORT BRASS CO., ?j
I Bridgeport, Conn. 3
o o o o
til and S15 Weat Scconi Street,
Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar
deners and Truckers.
CLOVER and GRASS
Seeds of all kinds.
We carry a complete Stock
of the Celebrated
"PLANET, JR." TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue whole
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 tine walnnt, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
fioom 21. IQtchsll & Lynda Blocr
Mrs. S. Smith
180 Second Ave.
High Class Seeds
Done by the Fire Fiend in
EAVQO WS0H0ET IN THE OIL EE6I03
People flee from Thair TbraatanediHomea
at Kaao and Other Poiata Towns En
tirely Wiped Oat Ten Mile of ForaaU
Aflire and Many Oil Bla, Mash Tlaaber
ausd Other Property Peetroyed. Great
Damage by Floods la tha West.
Bbadfobd, Pa., Jane 4. The loss by
forest fires In McKeen and Elk oo unties:
will reach into mlllons.
Bradford, Pa., Jane i. Word from
Rassell City, Pa., Gays: This place is a
roaring mass of flames and people are
fleeing for their lives. Efforts to check
the spread of the fire are of no avail; the
damage will reach into the millions.
Russell Citt, Pa, Jane 4. Every
thing between Iron Run and this city is
burned. Including all rigs and tanks of
the Elk Oil company staUoa and Stand
ard pomp station. The fire has crossed
the railroad north ot Russell City and is
sweeping everything before it with a
strong wind from the west. It the wind
don't change Rassell City will be wiped
Braeford. Pa., Jane 4 The woods
about Ormsby are on fire and a number
of oil rig have been destroyed. All com'
municntton has been cut oil. Fires are
also reported along the Njw York, Lake
Erir aoA Western railroad as far as Alle-
BhiT.y. X. Y. On the Buffalo. Rochester
ctxl PlCsburg road at Dsut the property
of ihi Emery Oil company is threatened.
Oii tics oil through that section have
been trarned, as well it millions ot feet
of standing timber. The most fear is
felt at Koutherford Uun, where 1,000
pounds ot nitro-giycerlne Is stored. Coon
Run, a small settlement ten miles south
of here in the heart of the oil fields, has
been wiped oil the laca of the earth by
Had to Fly for Their Uvea.
People had to flee for their lives, and
great excitement prevailed. The fire
came so suddenly that many women and
children were panic-stricken and became
unable to movo and had to be carried to
places of safety in tha clearings. Pas
sengers who arrived here last night over
the Pittsburg and Western road say the
forest for teu miles in the oil field is
roaring moss of flimcs. Conductor
Tanks says the people on the oil leases
are fleeing for safety, but the fire spread
so quickly that he cannot see bow all of
tbem could have been saved. So far aa
reported several oil pumpers are missing.
Flro Raging Near Bradford.
Telephone messages state that fire is
raging in the oil field near here and great
damage haa been dona. At the state line,
on the estern Acs York and Pennsyl
vanla railway, raven dwellings, to
gether with their contents, and a large
amount of lumber have been conaamed.
A lumber camp composed ot seven dwell
lugs at Oil Valley Junction was de
st roved, together witlt thousands of dol
lars' worth ot lumbetx Tha fire snay ew
be said to extend over the entire northern
oil field of Pennsylvania.
Kane Threatened with Destraetlon.
Kane, Pa., Jane 4. Never before has
this place been threatened with so much
destruction as yesterday. The forests have
been on fire sinee Saturday and all efforts
to check the flames have proved unavall
ing. Yesterday afternoon the Are spread
to West Kane, the heat being so intense
that the lighters were driven back and the
people began 1 to desert their houses for
places of safety. Every spring is dried up
and the place Is at the mercy ot the names.
The fire is now raging in the oil field and
has burned the oil well rigs owned bythe
Griflith Company, ihe Union Oil com
pany has tost six rigs and three tanks of
oil. James Campbell's sawmill and over
a million feet of logs have been destroyed.
Forest Fires In MJehlgaa.
Piscossixo, June 4 Forest fires are
raging badly near High Wood, Gladwin
county, and a strong wind is driving
TBB OTHER ELEMENT OUT WEST.
Water Threatens To Be Ton Abundant
Mow tho Kaiai Bua Arrived.
Denver, Jane 4. Jerome Park, a sub
urb of Dourer, is in danger ot a flood
more disastrous to property and life than
the one which took place a year ago. The
river Platte is steadily rising and at
noon was about to overflow its banks just
above Rio Grande avenue.- The flood is
rising at the rate ot one inch an hour.
Railway men are watchful, fearing a"
repetition of the destructive washouts oc
curring one year ago about this time.
Work trains are all in readiness to go out
at a moment's notice and In some In
stances they are in demand. The Rio
Grande was the only road having a train
In on time.
The rainfall prevailed everywhere, and
one of the Gulf officials who had been
watching the storm all night remarked
that the rain ceased just at the right
time, for the country was being flooded,
and had it continued much longer dam
age would have followed to the railways.
There was a severe washout on the Jules
burg line near Weldon which caused tne
delay ot a train which did not arrive oa
Omaha, June 4 At the general offices
ot all the roads doing business In the
state reports have been received of tha
great floods throughout the state. All
trains are delayed from washouts. Traffic
was not seriously Interfered with except
in a few instances. The Burlington had
several hundred yards of track carried
away west of McCook, tha Rock Inland
at Phllllpsburg, just over the line in Kan
sas, was bothered by a flooded track on
the central branch of the Union Pacific,
and a train was reported tied up for all
day by a washout at Lenora, Kas.
Bow It la Threasoood Hoods.
PlXBRE, S. D , Jane 4. Daring tho last
thirty-six hoars 45 inches of water fall.
It Is still falling and the Missouri river
is rising rapidly. T. K. Phillips, ranch
man from forty m';.o; west of Pierre, re
ports a waterspout ia his section- gov
erat sheep and young stock were killed-
Fatal Besalt of tho Cartas Lake Break.
McCoos, Neb., June 4. The only fatal
casualty resulting from the giving away
ot the Curtis Lake dam was the wreaking
of a repair train looking for washout be
tween Edison and Oxford. The engine
found a washout and went Into it and
font men wiro killed as follows: B. V.
Haley, rond master; Frank Jeffries, engi
neer; C C. AL Howell, fireman; Samuel
Mundy, conductor. Tho bursting of the
dam will . result in heavy damages to
farms in the valley.
BEAT KtXU M AST AT MEW TOftK.
Record Is Broke Both foe Tesaparatore
awd ratal RoaoJta.
New Yobk, June 4. The boated term
has beaten the record in this city for the
past five days end the mortuary report
shows Its effects tn the deaths by heat of
twenty-fire persons. Over 150 persons
have bean prostrated and a good many of
those taken to hospitals will not recover. ;
There is a fine breeie blowing from tne
east now and it is hoped that the worst Is
Deaths from the beat reported yester
day are as follows: John Smith, laborer;
Loretta Johnson, 4 months old; William
Kelly, laborer; Robert Montgomery, la
borer; .George Frederick, 6 months old;
Freda Kroshinsky, years old; Louise
Ravelle, 11 months old; Carobolt, 11
months old: Anthony Copeldln, V years
old; Katharine Gaifiug, laundress; Thoe.
Chicaoo, Jane A The meroary was m
In the shade daring yesterday afternoon.
The number of prostrations was larger
than on any preceding day. Those dead
are: M. Fallen, James Griffin and John
Johnson. In serious condition: Max
Lamps, Frank Gannon, Lee Bradbnrn,
Daniel Callahan and Mrs. A. fart.
Twelve others were prostrated, but will
Philadelphia. Jane 4. Seven deaths
was yesterday a addition to ino neaiea
term fatalities. There were nearly fifty
prostrations, about one-third of which
number was made up of policemen and
firemen, who held their annual parade,
marching under the broiling son for sev
eral hours. The fatal cases were prlnii-
pally infants and old persons.
BALTIMORE. June 4. There wore lour
fatal cases ot prostration by the heat yes
Tv. Persona Killed by Llghtatng.
. Reading, Pa., June 4. During a so'
vera storm the hotel of August Esnel
man. at Plowvllle. this county, was
strvck by lightning. Webster Zolgler,
aged 17 years, and George James, aged
45, were both killed.
IS MARTI DEAD OR LIVEI
C abase Insist That Ha Uvea, Whllo Spaa
tarda Say Otherwise.
Jacksonville, Fla., Jane 4. Ganxales
de-Quesado, secretary of the Cuban revo
lutionlste, has received a tolegramtating
that Panchlto Gomez says that Marti Is
alive. Quesado says he believes It. Marti
is the civil leader and had no call to be
on the field of battle. If he is dead he has
been assassinated. In any event, Quesado
says, the war will so on, as It la not a
fight of men, but of principles.
New YoUK, June 4. According to a re
port received here Joso Marti, the civil
leader of the Cuban uprising, is not dead.
Benjamin Guerra, of this city, treasurer
ot the Cuban revolutionary party In too
United btates, has received a soassngj
from General Gomez, commander4n-chief
ot the insurgent forces, saying that Marti
still live aaa was not even wounded.
UAVATA, June 4 Lieutenant) Obrocol
Wfeda has taken prisoner a lieutenant ot
the insurgents, who declares that the lat
ter are dispirited since the death of Jose
Marti. He" confirms the report that
Maximo Gomes Is wounded, as are Belllto
and Lora also.
Baatk President Attempts Suieide.
Des Moines, J une 4. Ex-Senator E. R.
Cassatt, president of the First National
bank' of Pella, was found In the bank
with his throat partially cut, having at'
tempted suicide. The affairs ot the bank
will be Immediately Investigated. Cas
satt Is still living, bnt is In a dangerous
condition. It appears that he poured
poison into the wounds to help them kill
him, bnt having been drinking heavily
for several days the whisky counteracted
the poison. The bank is In bad shape.
bnt Comsat's friends claim that depositors
will be paid in full.
They Talked of tho Batted Statoa,
Rome, June 4. Cardinal Gibbons had
a private audience lasting forty minutes
with the pope. Upon emerging from tho
audience a representative of the Assoc!
ate Press hnd an interview with the
cardinal. The latter would not state
what he and his holiness found to talk
about, but the subject of their discussion
was the Roman' Catholic church in the
United States and they will further dis-
enss the matter.
Crops Saved by tho Rain.
OMAHA, June. The most encouraging
reports as to the manner in which the
torrents of rain have effaced the drought
damage in this and adjoining states have
been received, bven the small grain in
the western counties that was regarded
as absolutely ruined beyond redemption
bad been been revived and in many
cases win mase a lull crop.
On tho Baae Ball fisaanoad.
Chicaoo, Jane 4 Following are the
base ball scores recorded by League club
At Washington Louisville 7. Washing
ton 4; at Philadelphia Chicago U, Phila
delphia 7; at Brooklyn St. Louts
Brooklyn 6; at New York Pittsburg 3,
Aew lork O; at Baltimore Cleveland 0,
Baltimore 8; at Boston wet grounds.
SPBlsoriELD, June 4 The house spent
most of its time advancing senate and
house bills, but concluded the session
with a spirited debate on the senate bill
amending the pharmacy low. The bill
was finally passed to second reading.
Has Tkuroo Papon, All Dolly.
Ksoiville, Tenn., Jane 4 J. B.
Pound, proprietor of the Chattanooga
Evening News and of the Kaoxville Even
ing Sentinel, has purchased the Morning
in Dune. Both papers will be printed
from the same olnca.
Cail Hawntfltwa (Jradaally making.
Washisgtox, June 4. Miss Mary A.
Dodge (Gail Hamilton) was not so well
laat night. She Is gradually failing. Kop
resentative Hltt continues te improve
aad is reported to be doing very welL
SJaaotU I Very Dl
Waswtsotox, Jane 4. Mgr. Satollt,
tho papal ablegate, declined to be Inter
viewed on the subject of Archbishop Ken
rtrtek s deposition. Ha even sestuod to
oay or confirm the truth ot the report.
Twelve Me Drowaod.
NErSATZ. Hungary, Jane 4 The ferry
across the Danube, near Boosin, capsized
and twelve workmen were drowned.
Maw Tor Pioaaelal.
Xrw Tons. June X
Money oa call easy at 1311 par cent
Prime mercantile, pafiur p-r cent.
8ti-riing exchaaga strong, higher, with actual
bus wee in bankera' bi.la at 4$K J18J tor
demand and J1SS for aixty days; posted
rates 8ftu)-i4 and $l$9ua 4; eommercil
Surer certificates 7&S7l: no saloi; bar
silver. 4K4- Mexican dollars 54
United Slate g.ivornai'snt bonds firm;
new 4'a re- 123 do oupjas, IS 1ft; 6'a
rag, 116; i t oouions. 116; re?.. I1IH; i'a
OMopona, -a reg, W; Paeinc S"a of a
. Chic.vou, Jan S,
Following were the Quotations oa the
Board ot Trade today : Wlimt Jane,
opened Vttjc, closed TTrT July, opened Vfsia,
cloei'd, 78au; September. oi'oneU .vJso. cUfced
yiic. tJora-jme, nominal, closed &ljc:
July, oponed ztc, cloiwj 1T4:: September.
opeiieu l!4c clowd -TA Oats- June, opened
SJ'ic. closed - fcc; July, open.-d 1 44c ci,ed
Sttgc: Septetninir, opeuel SJ?gj. cioseJ SOTsc.
for June, nominal, closed fU.60:
July, oiiened Uii olosed li60. Lfvrd
Jui.e, nominal, close i ttt.5i!4.
Produce: Battor Creamery. 17 -ao per lb;
extra dairy, 1K&M:; fresa paokiaj stock.
tt. tg.--rreah at ick, loss ojt, llVt par
dux. Live Poultry Cliickem. SaS so per lb;
turkeys, TjJKc. dncka, &; geeaa, SiLOr
Aul p.r das. Potatoes Bur jaucs fair to
good, 50&4ic per bnbU Uebroos, "i""0o;
reenesa, jwjuo; sntxei ,imSur. Appisj
EaUrto choice. ttVlil.ii per but. Honey
White clprer. U ae-tijas; nesto:k. 14
lsot broken corob. Uii;: da k oiab.'pjor
packagas. r; strata.! UUiforni . 5tkkc.Strw.
berrios II iuoia, JIJiii.UJ per i'-4t ease;
Michigan, l.uiii'..5 per 16-qtcaso.
sJhiaaao Luvm atooa.
Chicaoo, Jan X
Live Stocit Prices at tha Union Ktoek yards
tedr nngvd at follows: llos- Estimated
receipts for the day Siun; sales raaed at
ta.U3L3U piics. i.sfa4.SJ Uslst, 1..S0
rough packlus.tl.4uil.il mixed, and tllS
4.7a heavy packiug andaliippinj lot.
Cattlo E.timtled receipts for fha day.
lS,Uut; qno:ation Ean;n7i at SiStaMM choice
to extra fchiopiaSr ttoora, ti. liVUS wool to
choice do, .7Jj.ia fair to good, SLiaJdiLSi
common to medium do, St MuVLW butjliers'
oteers, STUoVi.Oa stock . tl.u)ki tealra
Uui1t.Si) cows. $I,.VuVt.gJ heifers. Si.)
bulla, H.liH3V.iJ Toxat ataora, aud Sx.d0 Jxlx
Sheep Estimated recd'a for tho day 8. GOO;
sales ranifed at '.:fflTi WhtWM, GLtiit
42 Tex uis, 9 TSuVAi, aai SXiUdvS
Tho Local Market..
Hit-T'bcIit. tlOlsSlS: BTjlBBd. tilts!:
wua, bt.mihu; wonga tiy; oaieo. iisill.
raorr add vbqstabi.bs.
Onion SUc per bo. -
Bnter Fair to choioe. 14c: trash
cry. 18 -
Ksc Press, lOc
Poultry Chicken, 7c.
Cattle Butcher pay for corn fed steer
2&n cows and heifer. 8S4M : calves
Hogs - f He
Spring lamb. 5H
Coal -Soft. We.'
Wood $3.50 per cord.
The Argls. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
Consumers cf dtiacco h
lie price cbrjed for lie ordfcrg
trade tokecos. will pnd this
brand superior to all ottiers
bdvare or IrVIIXflHtm
n j. mi
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av. 7
Harper House Block.
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Bed Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED. BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
iulllimlli"i a 11 .is ... .i-.Wr
H - - j, 1 riirai i ----- aai-i i - -'' -rNT rrw
Ctutoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher preacriptioii for InfkDta
and Children. It contains neither Opium. Morphine nor
other Nrfrcotic substance It is a harmless anbatitnte
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL
It Is Pleasant. Its tjuarantee ts thirty years use by
imiions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allaju
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea, and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, euros constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tlap'food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving lieavlthy and natural sleep. Cas
tovia is the Children's Panacea the MoLhore Friend.
" Oastorls Is aa excellent medicine for cht
drcn. llotbr-rs have repeatedly told roe of its
good effect upon their children.
- Da. G. C OmooD,
Castoria Is the best remedy for children ot
which I am acquainted. 1 hope the day Is not
far distant when mothers will conaiior the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the varioasqnack nostrum which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing: opium,
morphine, (nothing syrup and other hurtful
agenta down their throats, thereby Binding
them to premature graves.'
Pa. J. P. EnrarxLoa,
Thai Contaar Cwxepavaj TI
Chicago Medical InstitnK
Permanently located in Davenport,
Iowa, for the cure ot chronic,
nervous, surgical, private
aud female diseases.
Formerly Cllalral Protestor ia IwoofCnlraco'
leading medical colleges.
riSKFT airs rnsAirisT ems.
CATAHRH, Bronchitis, Asthma,
early consumption, - Rhnmatsm, Ncnraltrla,
Dvarirrisia. Hcrnfala. Syulillit and all blood, liver
and kidney disease.
LADIES All diseases peculiar to
tbeirscx arcd by the la: eat painless method,
ELECTRICITY scientifically ap
plied, nervosa debility, loss manhood, exhaustive
drain, night losat-s. defoeajve memory, tlirost ned
insanity, loss of will power, mental delusions,
RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula. Hydro
cele and Taricecel cured byfthe latest and must
DONT submit to a surgical opera
tion without consulting ns- Remember our Inng
hospital eiparence enables us to save a lire
where othora fail.
SURGICAL operations performed
at yonr home when desired. Abdominal and
brain aurgery a specialty.
Best of references and credentials. If you caa
not call, write. Hundreds cured by mail.
Chicaoo Medical InsUtote, 21 Brady street,
Davenport, Iowa, between Seoond and Third
110UB9: tolia.m.. JtoSp.raT to8p. ss.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Seoond Avenue.
jobs u. raw dow.
PiiniDOII 2 sou
Painters and Decorators
FAFZ2 EAZiaZSS, UUBQinSISS, etc
SHOP. 119 SoTOtsentfc St, SOCZ XSLAX2). ILL.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Wads of earpsatar
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I recommend it as superior to any rireaeriptloa
known to me."
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Onr physioiana la tha children dopart
aaeDt haw spoken highly of their expnrl
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DR WALSH, Specialist.
Late of Chicago, formerly surgeon-in-chief
of at. Anthony's hospi
tal, has permanently located
in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. WALSH makes a specialty of
disease of the atxaal oriran of both sezea aad
guarantees to enra every case be undertake.
WOMEN suffering from diseases of
the womb, nrarlee, bladder, kidney, nervous
ezhanslion. palpiuUnn of tne heart, dyspepsia,
or any disease peculiar to the sex. should call
on tne great specldist aud get an opinio oo her
cue free of charge.
DR. WALSH positively cures ner-
vna debility, gleet, piles, strictnre, varicorala,
seminal, lncantlnince, riiermatorrbea, rbeama
tlsm. If your ease Is a surgical oae aad fl.mende aa
operation, consult Kr. Walsh and get O proSt of
ma wsat nospiiat Kapeneai.
SYPHILIS and all blood and skin
diseases cnted by Dr. Bcbias (of Vienna) method.
124 WEST THIRD STREET.
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