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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1805.
a. o. ooaasu.1.
a. o. naniuT.
Connelly 6c Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second Hoot, over M iloaell Lyedel
bank. Honey to lot.
Jackson 6z Hurst.
Attorney! at Law.
Office la Rook Island Rational Bank building.
a. a. sweasir.
Sweeney 6c Walker,
Attorney! and Councellon at Law
Office In Benfston's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
' Attorney at Law.
Legal business of all kinds promptly attended
to, State's Attorney of Koca Irlaad coeaty.
usee, rwomw auoca.
. MoEniry 2c McF.nlry,
Attorney! at Law.
Lnaa mow, on mod security: sue eol ee-
Cooc KetVrenee, ntltebsll LTxla. sealers.
OAoa, roatonra Block.
DracK 6c Keixs,
Architects and Superintendents.
Boon ITMOA Bulldltur. cor Third avenne
aad Nineteenth etre t.
Edward S. Hammatt,
51 WMtakrr hnildlng, - Davenport, In.
Geo. P. Stauduhar.
mini and snDertntendence for all class of
Banding. Rooms 13 and 66, Mitchell tt Lynda
Balldlns. Taka elevator.
Dr. W. H. Ludewlg
Specialist of Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
run In Trwinu'i new halldinz. comer
I enteenth street and Ibira avenue, Itock Island,
Telephune No. ll(W.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, eoathwest cornei
I Third aad Bred streets, Davenport, Iowa
I rUwnte 17 and 18. Uonr.: Stella, m.,1 to4 p.m.
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Dn. Barth 6c Hollowbush,
Phyiloiani and Surgeons. -
Oases awStrdst. Telephone loss
lassos 711 Sit St. UN
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Boom 4. Mitchell Lynde'a building.
R. M. Fearce,
Kooma fl and 81 la Mitchell Lynde'a aew
iBaudliut. tka elevator
Who does not want
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that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
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removes grease, paint
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The old fire and time
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Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
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A aarw.rvliavbr maamiK n-lMT tvf try
rtn.uuo. Sen. iwd br crvr ao,aaO
lt.lr. n.llllr. InrlcnruM tli-an
orgmu. H-aMriBitu(taB. !tasM
rwtilr. $i per bos. or In4 ix Sent
K-urd la p-it wrmvpa. . "!
ftmpf for fnier. toi f t.U
l AtMA i- 1 vuicagu, turn
o o o aaf o o o o o
j cold by Dt Ut UUtmcjer and T. U Iboawe.
Discussed by the Leaders in
the French Chamber.
THE EUSSIAH ALLIOCE DEPENDED.
Boasa Coasaaoats tba eitaaUea ta MgTP
nd Boaao) Slgalflcaat Besnarka BacardL
lea; VrcBch Warship, at KM Socialist
Creata a Little Breeze Humbert Opeas
too Italia) pji-liameat He sad Hie
Qaeea Entuolastlcallj Cheered.
Paris, June 11. The question of
France's policy in the far east was revived
In the chamber of deputies by M. Miller
and, the socialist deputy, who' protested
against Franco playing what he termed
"Germany's game." Millerand was sup
ported by other socialislist members of
the chamber, who objected to the parti
cipation of France in the coining-festivities
in connection with the opening of
the Baltic and North sea cnnl. The min
ister for foreign affairs, M. Hanotaux,re-
plied amid radical interruptions which
were met by Centrist cries of "Silence
communists." Hanotaux dofended the
presence of the French squadron at Kiel
by saying that the French sailors would
represent not a down-trodden France, but
a nation couliJent in ber strength and
rich enough in glory to dread comparison
with no other power.
Oefends the Itmslan Alliance.1
Adverting to the question of France's
policy in the far east Hanotaux inaUc an
important statement, declaring that even
had French interests been less affected
than they were the government would
have considered it to be its imperative
duty to intervene ituincilintcly after Rus
sian interests were threatened. Nobody
could be blind, he continued, to the
dangers of a reversal of French policy in
refusing to support Russia -at this junc
ture. Ho believed himsolf to be the
faithful interpreter of the feelings of the
country when he telegraphed to fc
Petersburg that i Franco places ber alli
ances in the first rank of her consider-
arini, and the government of the re
public was thorefort! dlsposod to support
with ull possible cl!ijn:T the views o( tho
imperial government concerning the con
ditions of peace between China and
Made a Mint ike Unco In Egypt,
Continuing his remarks Hanotaux
pointed out tho situation in Kypt at the
present time as n result of tho mistaken
policy of nbstention which the Fiench
parliament, had forced upon bambetta.
who foresaw tho result of tho evils of tho
policy of restraining tne government from
activity so far as the bik z canal was can
ccrned. Tho recent policy of activity
and expansion adopted by France had
lifted her ngain into her proper place
among the nations of tho world, nnd had
broucht about tho alliance with Kussia
an nllliince which had given France the
point d'appui silo loniio.l for. Hanotaux
cocluded by asking for the unequivocal
support ot all the members of the cham
ber, for he said a policy of vacillation
would only weaken French prestige
Significant lteni!iricta ol Uoblet.
G.iblct insisted that tho visit of the
Freuch squadron to Kiol was tho "un
fortunate rrtult" of the French co-opera
tion with Russia and Gdrmuny in the
far cast. Frenchmen would, never un
dcrstund any policy of rapproachraent
with Germany so long as "the disputed
cmention of Alsaee and Lorraine re'
inuincd unsettled. Kibot concluded tho
debute by indorsing all the remarks of
Honntaux. The order of tho day approv
in i? the declarations of the government
was then adopted by 3 2 to lift, and amid
loud cheering the chamber of deputies
KOVAt, CERE MUNI AT KOXE,
Uauibirt and Jurrn Marerct Received
with limit Enthusiasm.
Home, Juno 11. The new Italian parlia
ment was opened with great ceremony
by King Humbert in person. The city
was decorated for the occasion and huga
crowds of jieoplo nsscmblod to witness
the arrival ot tho senators and deputies.
King Humbert and Queen Margaret were
enthusiastically cheered as they drove.
through the streets, which were lined
with troops. His majesty took bis seat
upon the throne with the customary cere
mony and in bis speech said:
"The Italian people have so clearly man
ifested their opinion at the polls that no
doubt remains regarding the questions
which require tho promptest discussion by
the assembly. Tho people recognize that
the finances of Italy occupy the foremost
place in this connection, and the most
strict retrenchment of the expenditures Is
necessary in order to r-iise Italy's credit
"Parliament will then be asked to de
vote itself to the important questions ot
communal Unnnces and administration,
and to judicial reforms." His majesty
also said that he trusted that this and
other legislation would do much to draw
together the various daes of the popula
tion. Continuing King Humbert dwelt
at length upon the f riendshin existing bo
tween Italy and Great Biitain and upon
their co-operation in Africa, adding that
the policy of Italy in Africa henceforth
would be one of consolidation of her pos
sessions ana not or adventure.
His majesty concluded with remarking
that be relied on the eaorts of the mem
bers of parliament to maintain the edi
fice ot national unity erected by his
lather, Victor bmanuel. Ibe kings
speecn was greatly applauded on all sides
and there were repeated cheers for his
majesty. Only the socialists were absent
from the opening of parliament.
Illinois Hodm lo Sam, Work.
Spkixgfield, June 11 Tho house went
to work with its sleeves up when it met,
and passed the following bills: To revise
the election law; making claims of labor
ers preferred against railways in receiv
era' hands; authorizing highway commit'
sioners to condemn land to obtain ma
terials for road improvement; limiting
fees of expert witnesses to kj per day and
authorizing the court to fix them; pro-
riding that notaries public shall be citi
zens. The flig-on-the-schoolhoose bill
waa defeated. A reeol anion limiting
speeches to five minutes was adopted, no
member to speaa mure than once on the
same question. Members went to the
circus in the afternoon and only a few
were in the chamber. 1 be bill appropri
atlng tl,da,s?5 a year for two years for
toe charitable Institutions was passed.
The senate did little business except re
ceive the governor's veto of the bill pro
viding for the consolidation ot incorpora
FOREST FIRES RAGINQ AGAIN, "i.
Grant Qneatltlea mt ateadlag aad Cat Ba
her P. vear. a by Ptamea.
Bbxdtokd, Pa., Jane 1L The forest
fires that started last Saturday are still
burning fiercely, and large gangs of men
are working trying to prevent the flames
from spreading to valuable property.
Elk county U again experiencing a num
ber of fires and the woods between Bus
sell City and Chaffee are ablaze and con
siderable heavy timber ta being devoured
ny the names. Kane is surrounded by
Fire at 8 agar Run destroyed 1, !O0,000
feet of logs and LOO) cords of bark be
longing to Stout & Holden. H. O. Os
t ranger lost S,000,0UJ feet ot logs and some
lumber. Allen's lumber cimp has been
destroyed and the people of the plaoe
barely bad time to remove tnetr house
hold goods. A big fire is reported be
tween Chipmunk and Limestone.
aafeiy Appliances oa Rail wars.
Cbiqaoo, June 1L July 1 there will
go into effect an act to promote the safe
ty of employes and travelers upon rail
ways, which declares: "It shall be un
lawful for any railroad company to use
any car in Interstate commerce that ia
not provided with secure grab irons or
hand holds in the ends and sides of each
car for greater security to men in coup
ling and uncoupling cars. After July
L lfcOj, no cars, either loaded or unload
ed, shall be used in Interstate traffic
which do not comply with the standard
height of drawbars for freight ears. Sec
retary Moseley, of the interstate com
merce commission, says the railroads are
or will be ready to comply with both
provisions of tho law.
Some Had Illlnote Boys.
PAN A, Ills., June 1L Fred Murray, of
this city, was arrested hero on complaint
of Arthur Hartsock, of Nokomis, for ab
ducting the latter s 13-year-old sister, who
disappeared from home Saturday and
waa - seen later in the day in this city.
Young Murray, who is under age, was
bailed out by bis parents. Warrants are
out for other boys hero and one is re
ported to have disappeared with a girl.
Her father is a leading miller of Noko
mis. Miss Hartsock was found later in
the woods south of here in company of
Patrick Downey and Clifford Kelly, of
fana, boys of Is. Downey escaped.
Murder of a 14-Year-Old Girl.
Htajjsis, Mass., June 1L Lizzie Cole
man, the 11-year-old daughter of William
Coleman, o.' Osterville, while on her way
to school waa shot and killed by Henry
Lcdetke, who next fired two shuts at a
little brother of tho girl, who was with
her. Lodetke then shot himself through
the bead and died instantly. The mur
derer was employed as a farm hand by
Simeon Leonard and had been paying at
tention to tho little Coleman girl.
Speakers Arriving at Ueuipbla.
MEMPHIS, June 11. Two of the prin
cipal speakers at tomorrow's silver con
vention Senators Turpie, of Indiana,
and Harris, of Tennessee have arrived.
Senators Jones and Berry, of Arkansas,
and Stewart, of Nevada, are on their way.
as are also Congressmen Sibley, of Penn
sylvania; Bryan, of Nebraska; Senator
Marion Butler, at the head of the North
Carolina delegation, and Senator . Pases,
with the f lorida delegation.
Cleveland Uae Good Lack Fishing.
Leesbuug, Va., June 11. President
Cleveland had good trout fishing in the
preserves owned by Henry Harrison,
about two miles from this place. He was
accompanied by Secretary Morton and
Commissioner Millor.of internal revenue.
They caught thirty trout before noon, the
president hooking a dozen of them him'
self. Ho returned to Washington last
Negroes Who Can't Stand Liberia.
Philadelphia, June 11. Several negro
families who sailed from Savannah on the
steamship Horsa for Liberia as members
of the party of colonists to that country.
have returned on tho steamship Kensing
ton from Liverpool. The negroes said
that Liberia is unsuited to unacclimated
Americans, and that death from fever
probably will bj the lot of many of the
The New Woman Boon Catches On.
ERIE, Pa., June 11. Miss Cora Woods,
assistant port master at Conneaut lake, has
been brought here by the United States
marshal on a charge of embezzling
money. Miss Woods is a prepossessing
young woman of & and was a loader of
society in her town, she was quite active
In church circles and was regarded as a
very proper young woman.
Scores oa the Base Ball Field.
Chicago, Jnne 1L Scores at base ball
recorded by League clubs are: At Wash
ington St. Louis 3, Washington 8; at
New York Chicago 4, New York 5; at
Brooklyn Pittsburg t Brooklyn 9; at
Philadelphia Cleveland U, Philadelphi
7: at Baltimore Cincinnati 4, Balti
more 13; at Boston Louisville 5, Bos
The J Pleaded Not Gatltr.
Milwaukee, Juno 11. W. C. Reining,
Anton Buerger, John Buerger and Peter
Buerger, nil of Fond du Lac, pleaded not
guilty in the federal court to indictments
charging them with conspiring to olate
and of violating the interstate commerce
law by falsely billing and rendering.
a false report as to the weight of ship
Lynching Is Possible."
TTLEU, Tex., June 11. Crawford Will
lami has been arrested on suspicion of be
ing the negro who assaulted Lctta Luten.
The victim is a white girl 13 years old.
There Is much excitement, and if Will
ismi is proved to be the assailant lynch
ing is possible. The assailant Injured the
girl, but failed in his purpose.
Extension mt Americas Trada.
Washington-, June 1L The section of
foreign markets under the direction of the
secretary of agriculture today issued its
second bulletin of the series relating to
the extension ot ,trade in American agri
cultural and other products in the world's
markets. Germany Is the country treated
ol in this bulletin.
Bala That Saves the Cora Crop.
Kajtsss ClTT, June 1L Specials to The
tar from Olatbe, Emporia, Fort Soott,
Wichita and Caldwell, Kan., and Hen-
bessy and Perry, O. T., report a heavy
twenty-hour rain, which will be the sav
ing of the corn crop. Small grain waa
beyond help, but farmers are now hope
ful t raising a good crop ot corn, which
Is the only salvation for southern Kan
sas and Oklahoma.
TERRIBLE HOLOCAUST IN GERMANY.
Fire La a
Nine Cremate. SCO Mi
BBXSLAU, June 1L The Segingolten
mine, belonging to Count Von Donne rs
mark, was on fit a , Out of 600 miners at
work when tho fire broke out only forty
reached the surface In safety. The fire
has been extinguished and ten bodies re
. Cradnatlag Claaa at West Point,
West Point, N. Y., June 11. At dress
parade last evening the standing In gen
eral nierit of tho .graduating class ot the
.Military academy was announced. The
three first are: E H. Schulz, West Vir
ginia, nrst; Harry Burgess, Michigan.
second; J. A. Gurnry, Michigan, third.
mere were uuy-two lu the claaa cradu-
awd , .
now Man for vice-rreeiaent.
Boise, Ida., Juno 11. The Statesman
has reliable Information that a move
ment Is on foot to make W. A. Clark,
the Montana copper millionaire, tho
Democratic candidate for vice-president.
ttitt St-owe Enooaraglna; Improvement,
. Washington, June 11. The- improve
ment in Representative Hitt's condition
continues. Yesterday, for the first time
since his illness began, he was able to at
up for a time in a chair.
'Tornado Play Uavoo ia Oklahoma. i
Pebet, June 11. A tornado visited tho
section twenty miles west ot horo. Twenty
or more houses are said to have been
blown down and several poople are hurt,
a Mrs. Hammer, a widow, fatally.
Mutilated a Uladttono Portrait.
London, June 11. Two vandals enterod
the Thaddeus gallery on Bjud stroet and
mutilated a life-sized portrait of Glad
stone. They escaped without difficulty.
Walte to Talk in Montana,
Dexvek, Juno 1L Ex-Governor Davis
H. Waito has left Denver for Montana,
where he goes on an extended lecturing
What a Blessing Is Education!
These are soma answers to examina
tion questions given in uu eighth grade
school not a thousand miles from Chi
cago: "Liberia was established in 1822 as a
colony for aspirated negroes."
"Nine-tenths of all the plants not
found in any other part of the world
lire fonnd in Australia. "
"Salem Witchcraft was neither a sol
dier nor a sailor, but he discovered
some cities. "Groat Divide.
Mew York Financial.
New York, Jnne 10.
Honey on call nominally ea y at 1 per cent
Prune mercantile paper 2&3Va per ceak
Sterling exchange easy and lower, with actual
bnaiDeas in bauson' bills at SiKI&ttMft for
demaud and tstttssy for sixty days; posted
rates tsyiUJ; commercial bilia, 487 MWMiM.
UilTer certificates tfittATW: no sale,: bar
ailTer.6GH. Mexican dollars WH-
United States government bonds steady:
new 4's re;.; IS! 4: do coupjn. VtMl S's
reg., 116; &'a coupons. 111; ' rag.. IUH' 4'a
coupons, 113)4; 2's rag., W; Pacific 6'a ot K
Chicago Grata aad Produce.
CnicAoo, Jans 10.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today : Wheat Juno,
opened SUc, closed 7Uto; July, opened 8.140,
closed 8Jc; bepteinber, opened Slitfc closed
Slvgc Corn June, nomiual, closed &lMc;
July, opened telfcc. closed Wc; September,
opened aSVic closed ajjfco. Oats Jane, nomi
nal, closed 31c; July, opened clused
31c: September, opens! 31167, closed lie
Pork Jane, nominal, closed nominal;
July, opened tl-Ts closed SUtoj. Lard
June, nominal, clusel nominal.
Produce: Butter Creamery. 1713 per lb;
extra dairy, lKniy, , fresh packinz stock,
HoM. Eg.'s FrU stick, loss oft llo per
doz. Live Poultry Cuickum, 8j per lb;
turkeys, 733c; ducks, 8c; geese. $3.3
4.u p r doz. Potatoes Burbauks fair to
good. 3.'i&U.c per bu-h-1; ib'lirous, awftc;
Peerless, Ui&ioc; niixo.l -i,:W. Apples
Fair to chuiiu, ti-iJLi) pur bbL liouey
Wuito clover, l-lo se.tiia.; nejrsto:k. l'rst
He; bruk-u comb. Dili.-: da k cunb. pur
packages. 9c; strjuae i O ilif rut i, a&i-dtraw-besrie,
II iaois, $l." t--i pjr -l-4i case;
aiichigan, Jl.ial.Jj per Itl-yt casa.
Chivano lave Moca.
Chicago. Jaae in.
Live Stock Prices at t'ae L'nioj Sock yaris
today rauged a f.jiiw: ilo;s-itnuatji
receipts for tbo day iVMI; sales rangod at
Wrll&LlO I id. 4.3-, ..l.Ui li.'llt. St 4 t..,5
rougu p.,ckiug. fi.l4.tfit.iji) mixed, and Si-Si
L heavy pacaiug and suippinz lots.
Cattle E tnnited receipt-, for the day,
12.VJ0; quotation 1 rau.ei at t-'.0) t0iclliMce
to extra shipping .tears, ti.tl,(SV.j( goal to
ihoicedo. Sl.5JaU.oO fair to gjod, S3 Jiittll
common to uiediaui d. SL&($4.JJ batchers'
ateers, I.S4 stockerv CM-ilSI teeitrs.
1.7Uit.IW cows, ti.UluM.3J heifers, SI.25az.IM
bulls. loJtALair Texas steers, and tlOiili. &
Sheep Estimated recei'iU for the day 10,000;
sales ranged at i.r;Ul.0d wostorns, 'tl.SOi
ttu Texans, tlHH 4i natives, and ti.il) 4 5.7
The Local Markets,
Hay i-iimrny. $10JJI2 aolaiKI ffliatIS;
wild. I7.S0S!); eloogn T.9; baled. S9(U
racrr asd vboetableb.
Onlooa auc ier bo.
Batter Fair to choice, 14c; fresh cream
Ec Frr.a, 10c.
Poultry C'hlckeus, Tc
Cattle Butchers ray for corn fed siren
3Hi5;; cows aad huifcra, 304ii ; calves
Spring lamb. SKe
Coal -80ft, inc.
Wood $S.5 oer sard.
srhea Baby waa ssck, we r her Castarta.
When she -rms a Child, she cried lorCasnrla.
Waea abe bncarae Mb, she dung to Castarta.
Wane she had Chlldmi, aba gaeBtitesn
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. ;
, . -stt - HI " 1 llll
,TT ywar.' aV rratiwa
anlTJios. mt aaraoaa, awraalt
It ia snsqaaavioaaalw the fcaat raaaady for Infanta aad CMldrea
world kaa awar knawa. It ia kavrsalaaa. Chlldrwa Ilka it. It
artras taaam haalth. It will eara their Uwaa. In It Metberw fcava
osAatalns: whiea ta aaaalatalr aafe and praoMcaUy aarfaet ar a
Castoria dee troy a Tarsma.
Caatwrla aHay. rewwrlahaawa.
Castoria nrawanta weamWaa; Soar Curst.
Caatarla canraa PiarraeBa and Tfflad Colia.
Caatarla raliawaa Taathins; TranMaa.
Caataria tares Canatipatian and TTatnlaacy.
Caatarla nantrstliaaa the agseta at earpoale acid gas or
Caataria daaa apt eantatn aaorpailae, apiam, ar other nareotia property.
Caatarla aaalaallatee tho food, ragalataa tha atamach aad pawela,
gjwlna; healthy and natnral sleep. '
Castoria ia pat ap in onsifas nettles only. It ia net wold in walk.
Pant alitor any ana to boH yaa anytalntt alaa an the plea ar prasaiia
that it ia jaat aa road" and "will answer every parpo."
Soo that ran gat OA-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
Chicago Medical Institute
Permanently located in Davenport,
Iowa; for the euro of chronic,
nervous, surgical, private
and female diseases.
Formerly Cliaical Protest or in two of Chicago's
leading medical colleges.
PICMTT AHD FZSlCAirtirf CHIB.
' CATAttKII, Bronchitis. Asthma,
early eonsnniptton, Rhenmatism, Xearalgla,
Dy.pep.ia, tcnifala, Sypbilisand all blood, liver
and fcidoey dltfcases.
LADIES All diseases peculiar to
their sex ored by the latest painless method,
ELECTRICITY, scientifically ap
plied, ncivon. debility, loss manhood, exhaustive
drain., night Iofscs. defective memory, threat nrd
insanity, loss of will power, mental delasiena,
RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula. Hydro,
celc and Varicocele cared hjitba latest acd most
DONT submit to a surgical opera-
tioa withont ennsn'ititig ns Kemember nor long
hospital exper ence enables us to save a life
where others fail.
SURGICAL operations performed
at yonr home when desired. Abdominal and
brain snrgery a specialty.
Best of references and credentials. If yon can
not call, write. Hundreds cored by mail.
Chicacn Medical Institute, 231 Brady street.
Davenport, Iowa, kttween Second and Third
HOURS : to 13 a. m.. S to S p. m., 7 to 8 p. at.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 3821 SIXTH AVENUE.
Shop on Vine street, ROCK ISLAND.
J. P, Bonriau. Toa Komrnsu
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
SE1VERS & ANDERSON
'COOTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All kind of ewpentet
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
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DR WALSH, Specialist.
Late ot Chicago, formerly surgeon-in-chief
of bt. Anthony's hospi
tal, has pcrmancatly located
in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. WALSH makes a specialty of
dlses.ee of the sexual organs of both sexes sad
guarantees to cure every case he undertakes.
WOMEN suffering from diseases of
the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys, aervona
exhaustion, palpitation of tbe heart, dyspepsia,
or anr di.e4ee. peruilar to the ex. .honld cali
oa the great specialist and get aa opiniea oa her
case free of charge.
DR. WALSH positively cures ner
vosa debility, gleet, piles, stricture, varicocele,
seminal, incontinence, eiiermalorruea, rbcania
ilrm. If your csv Is a snrgiral one and demands an
operation, consult Dr. Walsh and set the prollt of
his vart hospital experience.
SYPHILIS and all blood and skin
diseases cured by Dr. Beblas (of Vienna) method.
124 WEST THIRD STREET.
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