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TMIS AHGU8, MONDAY, JUN E 17. 895-
BLACKING APPLIED AND
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH'
fcoM by Ileorjr Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocer. Hock Island
The Moline .
State Savings Bank,
Moline, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
"neeeerts the Hollo Spring Bank
4 Per Cent Itt irest
Paid on Deposits
Ormn'aed nmler State Laws.
Open from 9 a. m. in 8 p. m., and
ednc,i)j and Sa.urtUy bight frum
7 to S m
O '"CE Its:
foana SKUtna, - - President
Uimi Daaujtu, - Vice President
C F Bhiiwit, - - C; shier
POBTSB SKimtH, IIlBAM DABLnra,
II II Auiiwobtii, Gso II Kuwabds,
' C F Hm".xAT, C A Rosa,'
C B AiWiWOBin, W H Aduns,
W W WILL.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tad. for private parties in the sard an
pot of the west bj the
Orchard State Bauk
of OaCIlAED. SSBBASKA.
B. W. Das. President.
J. 8. Dabt Caeblar.
UttehaU Lynda, Banker.
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U.O. Cartar, M.D.
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and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
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Westchester r ire
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of Cash assets
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Bonds of Surwryshlp.
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Losses Promptly Paid.
Bataaae tow aaaoy reliable eompeny cam afare
Tomr raincace ta aoucttod.
mrmts In prt payincrit 1yrm blab ro4 Acrc
bicycle, unich vo send them oo approval. N
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Young Ladies "SSTSSLf
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Attorneys at Law.
Office second Boor, orer at tcbell Lyndc'S
bank. Money to loaa.
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Attorneys at Law.
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a. b. iwxsHir.
a L. WAUIKB.
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Attorneys and Counccllors at Law
Office la Bcne.ton's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal bnalneas of all k de ptly attended
to. (Kate's Attorney of hock It land county.
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McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa money on rood eeenrltv: mkr ml ee-
Urmn. Refcrenoe, atltohell A Lfide, but era.
umoa, roaimn'-e Hioca.
Drack & Herts,
Architects and Superintendents.
Room t T M O A Bulldlna. cor Third arenne
Snd Nineteenth a're-1.
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51 Wl.llakor building, - Davenport. In.
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Plane and auertntewienee for all clans of
Binding. Roonia tH and 6b, Mitchell Lynde
Balldlnc. Take elevator.
Dr. "W. H Ludewig.
Specialist of Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Office In Trcemsn'a nrw bnil line, enmrr cv
eriteeuth street and Ib rd avwnue, Iiooa Iclui.U.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wblttaker Block, soolhweet corne'
Third aad Itrad atraeta, twteaiwrt. Iowa
Kootua IT and 18. Honrs: S toll a. I tot a. m.
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Drs. Barth 6c Hollowbush,
Physicians and Snrgeon
Office eOSSrd at,
nesldeaca 711 St
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St10a,m, I I0toi8e.aa,
ltoSandtoSp,B, S to and ton p.
W. A. Darling,
Boom i, M tc'iel! & Ljrndc's building.
B. M. Pearce,
Room S9 aal 31 In Mitchell ft Lynda's i
Bnlldlac Take elevator
Vt'u offer special facilities to operators tare
or am) , for trndinir on martha in atoeka,
ffraiaiaor proviaiob. MarksH ottmr iwoad rag
nlarly. aivintr larc contidsatial adrioaa. Or
dent nwcivwd on ma pr cent m a reins. Our
book, 8prrn lation. or liow ic Trajds." mailM
on rroti4o( trornt rtamp. VAN H'INK1
A CO.. Scb floor Oafi bttiidin. ltfalt sum.
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P m Q s
LONG RANGE TALK.
Carlisle and Bryan . Exchange
SECRET AET OPENS FROM KENTUCKY
And th. E.fi.fl,M.Btlm BabIIm from
atateaanaa ta the Laue;aafe of lb. Treae
wry Head Cleveland. -Ueplj(Whaa a
- Third Term I Sna-grated Elklaa St .tea
lib roa tlca- Political S.wa Notea.
Lexikgtox, K.r, Juno 17. Secretary
Carlisle was interviewed on the subject of
meeting W. J. Bryan, of Nebraska, here
In debate at the Chatauqua, "Will you
meet Mr. Bryan hero in debater was
"What? Dignify him by debating with
him?" asked tho secretary almost angrily,
in return. "No sir, ho is a Populist. He
is not a Democrat. Didn't he say in
LouUianna that if a silver plank was not
put In tho Democratic platform he would
be against tho party's success. No. I
will not meet him under any .circum
stances." Carlisle will make no more
speeches this summer.
Bryan lieard from on the Subject.
Adispatch from St. Louis says that
Bryan passed through tbat city yesterday,
en rout to lioonviile. Mo., and bad this
to say of Carlisle's, remarks: "I am to
discuss tho silver question at the Lcxing
toi Chautauqua on July 5, but I knew
nothing of tha proposed debuta until I
saw Secretary Carlisle's interview i;i this
morning's paper. I woull bo willing to
debate with him if tho Chautauqua so
desired, but not with any idea of acquir
ing dignity, for I do not think an Aineri
eaa who bis so little faith in his couutiy
tnen as to employ a Ilothscliild-Morgau
syndicate to protect the treasury of the
United States has any dignity to impart
toothers. Hut a Jeb.vo might offjri Mr.
Carlisle an opportunity to explain soma
things concerning which he hai been
Repudlatee the Serretary'a Gharar
"As to the charge that I am a Populist,
I would say that I am now a Democrat
and have always been a Democrat. I nm
not now a Populist and havo never been
a PopuliaL I said in Nebraska in 1893
that I would not follow tho Democratic
party to tho gold standard it it ever
adopted a gold standard platform. I re
peated this at Juckson, MUs., in reply to
a question; but I have always said that. I
did not and I now say that I do not 1c
lievo that the Democratic party will ever
dcclure fur a gold standard.
Bays Carllalo Will Holt.
"The strugglo in tho Democratic party
is to Ueterinino whether the gold bugs
can no tho organization as a vchiclo tor
the advancement of plutocracy, or wheth
er the parly will staud upon Democratic
principles. The silver Democrats expect
to control the next national convention,
and I have no doubt that Mr. Cleveland
and Mr. Carlisle wlU'cilher bull or vote
the lt'-'publican ticket."
NOT bCCKI.MU A 1UIBD TER.U.
What the President S.ld t. a Ulan Who
Want. Him to Bau Aa-ain.
itfew Yens, Juno 17. A special to Tho
World from Atlanta says: Ei-Minlstcr
W. L. S.-ruggs, who represented the
United States govornimnc lirst in Cjloni-
bi and then in Vent zucla, and who is
now tho regularly nc:reditcd legal repre
sentative of Venezuela in this country.
I had a lung talk recently with President
Clcvclnnd on tho Venezuelan boundary
controversy. It is suid he strongly urged
tho president to make a vigorous declara
tion oa the l.ne of tho Monroe doctrine
Colonel S-rujTRS is understood to have
suggested also that thcro was a probabil
ity of tho people calling upon Cleveland
for n third form.
"But I am not seeking that," said the
"Oh, yes, Mr. President, I know that.
was the rubstance of Colonel Scrugg's
reply. "But you know you vrcro not a
cniulidato before, and tho people called
upon you, and thry will probably do the
same thing again.
"But I am not seeking it," was all the
president bad to say.
Kcpablicnna Gathering at Cleveland.
Cleveland, Juno 17. Delegates to the
convention of the National Republican
league are beginning to arrive in the city,
and there is quite an influx of strangers.
Among those who have arrived is 11. G.
Evans, Republican committeeman from
Minnesota and dclegate-at-largo to tho
convention from that state. Mr. Evans
says Minnesota hopes for the nomination
of "Senator Davis In 1893, but adinltt.-d
that McKinley wus the strongest candi
date no. v before tho party, need, Harri
son and Allison, ho said, wore all able
men with a strong following.
Silkitia Kot CouiiuttieA to Anybody.
Wheeling. Juno 17. The Intelligencer
prints the following written by its editor.
C. B. Hart: "Whilo Senator Elkins was
In Morgan town I asked him whas he had
to sny about the sundry reports lining
him up on next year s presidential noml
nation. 'It is positively untrue,' said
Senator Kiklns, 'that I have declared for
General Harrison, or that I am trying to
bring about his nomination. All
this talk about men is premature. You
may say without reserve that I am not
committed to anybody in this matter.' '
Dalsall's View of the latne.
PlTTSBCru, June 17. Congressman
John Dalzell, who will probab'.y bo the
chairman of tho next ways and means
committee of congress, said in an inter
view that tho issuo of the next national
campaign will undoubtedly be the tariH,
upon which tho Republican party is
thoroughly in harmony; that that issue
will predominate and completely over
shadow all other issues.
Joint Silvrr Utlmu at Kockford.
RocKFOltD. July 17. The greatest inter
est is manifested in the joint debate on
tho currency question, to be held at the
opera house in Rock ford Monday even
Ing, Juno i;4. between Clarence S Djr-
row for tho frco silver side and P. X.
Scboonmakcr for the sound money side.
The debate is under the auspices of the
Kockford high school alumni.
Ca.aot Attend tho Clab Convention.
Cleveland, June 17. Chauncey M.
IX-(jew has uutiliod the managers of the
national Kepubucan League convention
that he cannot attend. Ho will arrive
here Jane 1J at 5 p. m. and leave an hour
later. A committee will meet him and
try to prevail on hint to address the convention.
GIVES WISCONSIN A BLAST.
Skaaaafal r let nr. mt th State's Laker
Veaditloae by Special Agent Stewart, i
St. Paul, Jane 17. Etbelbort Stewart,
special agent of the United States labor
departnteat at Washington, who U look
ing up labor strikes from 1SS7 down to
and including the A. R. U. striko of last '
summer, in an interview with The Dis
patch said: "You talk about the
sweat shops and holes in the big cities,
but I have seen places over in villages of
Wisconsinthat are just as bad in every
particular places where the ventilation
is miserable and tho sanitary condition of
tho very worst. In tho town of Oshkosh
they had more children employed in pro
portion to the populatiqn than in any
city I have visited in the east or south,
and in many factories tho condition is
Then corns the cotton mills, where
they employed little children and compel
them to work eleven hoars a day, a custom
which has bscn abolished years ago in
every other community. Tho factory in
spection law of that state is- howling
farce. At tho big bottling works at Mil-1
waukee they have tf JO . bays and girls, '
ranging in ago from 11 to l'J years,
employed and that is the toughest of all.
for the roughness comes right out to tho
surface. Tho children are employed at
bottling beer, and there is no limit to tho
amount they are allowed to drink. The J
language the boys and girls use in shout I
ing at each other, and tho familiarity be-'
tween the sexes shows that these are
merely prostitution factories and nothing i
more or less. i
"To talk about virtue and purity in '
such a place Is simply folly. The
match factories are just as bad,
though, of course, the employes aro
not half crunk all the time, and
not so much of the rottenness op
p;ars on tho surface. They do not use
the rotiith language that ono hoars con
stantly in the bottling works." . j
Milwaukee, Juno 17. Tho charges
niado at St. Paul by E'.helbert Stewart,
tpecial agent of the United States labor
department, that child labir is employed !
in the boMlIng works in this city, and,
tbat drunkenness and immorality exists
there is denounced as false and malicious 1
by local brewers. Gustnv Pabst and
Secretary Uenning, of the I'abst brewery, I
said that no children under 11 years of
age were employed and that no drunken
ness or immorality existed. The depart
ments referred to aro always open to in
spection, and every one liuro knows the
charges of Stewart to be false.
COXEY LOSES HIS DAUGHTER.
Ex-VeIer" Carl Browne Marr os Uer
Secretly, but It Leaks Oat.
Philadelphia, Juno 17. "General"
Coxey, tho organizer of the "Common
weal which marched to Washington
last year, tins boon in this city, but
started for bomo at Massillon, O. Here
he beard news ho did not like. It seems
that his daughter Mamie, the "Goddess of
Pence of his "army ' Inst year, has gono
and got married to Carl Browne, the
'general s chlof aide In that freak. It
also appears that tho marriage was n se
cret one, the couple pledgiug their faith
on the quiet before a justice of the pcaco
and then going their way, expecting to
create a spectacular sensation by an
nonnoing tho news at Washington on tho
Fourth or July. But it leaked out.
Miss Mamlo is l' and Browne 4i.
Before ho left hero Coxey was told tho
news and said: "I shall not mako any
trouble when I reach homo. My decision
on this question was reached somo time
ago. 1 told -lr. Browne three weeks ngu
that he should provide a home for his
wife and support her there. I have ad
vised her as to the steps she has taken. In
an interview I had with ray daughter
in this city I advised her to postpono her
marriage un.il such tlmo as he proved his
ability to care for her. She has chosen
to overlook my aiivico, and there is abso
lutely nothing more that I can say except
that my home will be open to her at any
time in the future, should she repent, of
STATUS OF THE BALL CLUBS.
Boston Displaces I'UUbarg and Chicago
Drops to filth riacw.
Chicago, Juno 17. Pittsburg is no
longer the lender in the League race fir
tho pennant, Boston having climbed over
the Smoky city club, which has tumbled
to third. Baltimore is secand and Chi
cago hns managed to drop to fifth place
with Cleveland just above, and Cincin
nati next below. Tho club standing is
Clubs. Played. Won. Lo-t. Cent.
Boston 39 14 'nil
Baltimore 58 SI IS ."
Pitt-burs 5 17 18 .l
Clovelnad 41 SI IS .i
Chicago t: M SI . S3
Cincinnati 43 2! ) . :B
Philadelphia 43 S3 311 JiS4
New York 43 23 SI .512
Brooklyn 4 ! ' St 21 A 0
Washington 41 lit 23 .4.11
St. Loui 4 i 1.1 ai Ji
LouisvV.le 43 . . .7 IS .17
Following are tho latest lo.ipue scores:
At Baltimore St. Louis 0. Baltimore 6;
at Washington Chlciga 3, Washington
0; at Philadelphia Pittsburg 0, Philadel
phia 16; at Boston Cleveland 5. Boston
6; at New York Cincinnati 16, New
York S; at Brooklyn Louisville 8, Brook
American W. C. T. U. Delegates Arrive.
Londox, June 17. Tho American dele
gates to the convention of the World's
Woman's Christian Temperance union
have arrived and were met by Lady
Henry Somerset, president of the British
Woman's Christian Temperance union;
Miss Frances IViilard, president of tho
World's Woman's Christian Temperance
union, and other representatives of the
Carious Case of Indignation.'
BUTTE, Neb., Juno 17. Soma of the in
dignant taxpayers here are liablo to wait
upon tbe attorney general aad transport
him beyond the Niobrara river, aa they
believe he is responsible for the trial in
this county, which will cost upward of
tl5,lD, of tbe Barrett Scott murder case.
Coing to alaka War on Eeglaad,
New Yobk, June 17. A special con
vention of the Irish-American Militaiy
union was held here yesterday and re
solved that the time has arrived for an
armed struggle for Irish independence,
and calling on all Irish-American mili
tary organizations to prepare therefor.
One of the lanlieuble Kighta.
SFBUGflKLS. Ills.. June 17. Assistant
Attorney General Newell renders an !
opinion in which he bolds that aliens re
siding in this country are subject to tax.
atioa the same as naturalized citizens.
JOINS THE LAKES WITrl TH Z SIX.
O iMa ing of the liaileua Ship Canal at
Ki w fork.
' New Yoi:k. Juno 17. The Harlem Ship
canal, whic'a unites the waters of tho
Hudson with those of Lung Island Sound,
was opened hero today with booming of
cannon and pin adits of a great crowd, tho
governor and ItM stall and dozens of other
eta to nai city officials being present. The
Atlanttand Cincinnati, o the United
States navy, wore present and fired sa
lutes. As the first saluto was fired two
barrels of water ono from Lake C jam
plain and tho other from Links Superior
were emptied into tho salt water of the
canal, typi ying tho union of the sea with
tho great la to sysu-ni.
Cohan Mews froiu Florida.
Tampa, Flo-, Jane 17. Passengers on
the steamer from Havana report that
Spain is said to hava paid (18,000 for
Marti's assassination. Tho Vuclta Abajo
district prolably will riso in a few d y.
Many small armed bands are in tho vi
cinity of Havana.
KEY West, Juno 17. Private advices
from Cuba state that Maceo, Ribl and
Miro, with 3,000 men. In Auras, captured
a train loaded with 12 Spanish troop lk
tween Gibara and Hulquin. They also
captured SSJ.OJO in silver, 1,00) rilles and
CO.UX) rounds of ammunition.
Vrts to Tote for Their Own Interest..
Caldwell, O . Juno 17. The twonty
first annual National Soldiers' reunion
closed with a camp meeting at Camp
Sherman. A big crowd was in attend
ance and heard good speaking. Tho fol
lowing resolution was adopted: "That
the soldiers should no longer ba manipu
lated for their votes for tho designing
politicians of any party, but should act
independently and voto for their own in
terests only, without regard to party plat
forms or politics."
Cabin News from Havana.
II AY AS A, Juno 17. Uiioffisially, it is
reported hore, on the plantation of
Seaor Komclio, near Guantanamo, Fir
mesa hanged a number of citizens, sol
diers and two miners. In this Instance, as
in tunny others, the insurgents mutilated
the bodies iif tho dead in a horrible man
Knialan Wheat Crop Abundant.
London, Juno 17. A dispatch to The
Chronicle from Odessa says that it is
stait-d there on hijh authority that tho
Russian cereal crop this year will almost
equal in abundnnco tho splendid crop of
1S1.3. The condition of the ryo crop is
Ka sr Ililly Will Tua.t TJmle Sam.
BKULIS, June 17. At the imperial ban
quet at llotteiiau, after the opening of
tho Baltic and North Soa canal. Emperor
William will toast the United States
navy and tho band will play ''Hail Co
lumbia." The We.itnar V jijy KipeS,
WAsmauTox, Juia 17. The following a e
tlii Ko.tlierindiuau mi tor tw.inty-fojruoitt
iro n a ii. ni. ye-terdnr: 1'or Illinois In-
cr.-a -g ikuJiai and po'sibl? thunder
Miow. rj tUi. i-f -er eoou; south -astvrly wind.
For Iuilmiia iucre.tin; c 1 -udiuojt with pos
sible thuuder saott'cis this after 10 m; warmer
cttreiu.- noitlio n ixi ti u; u et-r V wiuil.
For Lower jji -iiii.i -rnir woitaer; rantarly
i.td. V tr l i'i or Slichiisan Jshowew; cooler
in ucs'erii tjrti.m: southerly wiuds. ror
Ww on in -h mvn; warmer in oitremocast-
tri!. -t-t r ii ei iviiii u Miuwe-ioin purtiou;
The Local Markets.
llav !.. iy. tlt13 antanil fllWSls
wild. 50j;tl;flo:i;n 7fte9; baled. ftaf 11
rvorr ani vcurrABLSs.
Onidna 'JUc per bo.
Bot Fair to choice, IS?; fresh cream
erv :8 .
Kirei FrcMi, 10c
Poultry Chlcaeua, 7c.
Cuttle Butchers pty for crn fed steers
5mT(.5 , cows and Lcifere. 34 ; calves
Coal -Soft. l'le.
Wood H.S0 per cord.
YEARS OF INTENSE PAIN.
Dr. J. B. ffattn, druggist and physi
cian, Humboldt, Kcb., who suffered with
heart disease for focr years, trying every
rcmc'y rind all treatments known to him
self and fellow-practitioners; believes that
heart d Iscasc is curable lie writes:
"I wish to tell what your valuable medi
cine has done for mo. For four years I had
heart dlsea.se of tho very worst kind. Sev
eral physicians I consulted, said it was
Rheumatism of the Heart.
It was almost un
pains, unable to
on tbo left side.
No pen 'can do-
scribe my suffer
nrln; tho last
'months of those
four weary years.
I finally tried
DR. J. H. WATTS.
Dr. Miles New Heart Cure,
and was surprised at the result. It put new
life into and made a new man of me. I
have not had a symptom of trouble since
and I am satis6cd your medicine has cared
me for I havo now enjoyed, since taking it
Three Years of Splendid Health.
I might add tbat I am a drnirgistand have
sold and recommended your Heart Cure, for
I know what it has done for me and only
wish I could state more clearly ray suffer
ing then and the good health I now enjoy.
Your Nervine and other remedies also
give excellent satisfaction.' J. II. Watts.
Humboldt, Neb.. Hay 9. "94.
Dr. Miles HcartCure Is sold on a positive
guarantee that the first bolt in wiil brneat,
AlldraeKisttscllitattt, bottlca fur to, or
It will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of prlca
by the Dr. Miles ntooical Co, jMhart. lnd.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
fc. ' vr ,ss" id
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.-;' tan In Konlk. Uar.Vaillr,ct Wrttr COOS v
JUEafi (.BY CO, M at a soote TewioleJ
JCIitesso, f 11 for proof, of cuim C'aol-I
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PnOTHERS. Do You Know uior
lJ Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-calkxl bOothing Syrups, aad
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine t
PsTes Know that oplma and morphine are Btupcfyinr. narcotic poUona r
To Ton Know that in most countries druggists aro pot permitted to sell narcotics
without labeling them poisons f
Pa Yon Kaew that yon shcold not permit any medicine to be gtvea your chad
nless you or your physician know cf what it is composed
Po Ton Knew that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and tbat a list et
its ingredient is published rrith every bottle 1
T3o Yon Ksow that Caztorla is tho prescription of the famous Tr. Samuel ntrher.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty fears, and that rave Castoria is now sold than
Of all other remedies for children combined t
Pa Yon Knew that the Patent Qfllce Department of the TJnltcd States, and of
other countries, have issued cxcIu.-dTe right to pr. TftrhrT and his assigns to use the word
Cnatoria." and its formula, and Uutt to Imitate them is a state prison offense t
Po Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this rrrerurnent protection was
because Castoria had been proven to be absolatedy ksursnlawaT
Pa Yon Know that 35 nwarago doses of Castoria are furnished for S&
cnta, or one cent a dose t
Po Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, jour children may
be kept weU, asd that .n may have unbroken rest ?
Wall, these things ant worth knowing. They an facta.
Children Cry for
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly (.l aical Pmicffor iu twoof Chicago's
leading mtillcal colleges.
alw.-ra-iB-a--i wa? Cl.iiria
AckcowlcdtTcd by tbe Ktdical Pofei ion. Acknowledged by tho Press Acknowledged by
all a tl c Worlt". firra'ert and (Inly 6a rcrsfal lieclaliils In Chnuic N :r nil, Private and
turlcal Dls-as:a of bots sexes.
CONSl LT.VT.ON FBEE! I'KOXt'T AMI rF.UaANKNT CI ItEs!
ELKCTltlCITY sclentincally air-
plied, netvoa. debility, loss manHood. exIianKtivo
drain., niht lowes.ecfeetiv memory, tlirett netf
Inrnnlly. lima of will power, menial dclu!oua,
WOMEN sufTerinj: from diseases of
the womb, orarlee, bladder, kidneys, ncrvon
exhanaiinn palpitation of tie heart, dyspepsia,
or anv diwases peculiar to tho nez. .huuld call
on the (rre.t si-ocislist sfed get an opinion on her
ctsc free of chirge.
Ooly Curable Cases Taken.
Best of references and credentials. If yon can
not call, write. Hundred cured by mail.
The praises we tuvc received for oar remarkable skill is tat ml caws aivrn nn aa honslers hv all
has ccmivlled us to n.e fais a ran. la O der lo
ion At of ur kncwlidgeni w.cdlcine and oar
family pliiiei.n I. ilTwas wclotmo eee
and anew our .Mil. and we feel Jnrtlv mud of
cal pr. teesion lor tne savanceo uiaaicai ana lurgicni mcrature we Lave wr.ttea.
124 TOT THIRD STREET.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
JOHN M. PABIUVK. '
FARISOIhT G SON
Painters and Decorators
FATES HAIT3g3, CALS32027ESS,- tto.
SHOP. 119 &mtM0tl. St.. llOCXIiaOT. XUs,
SEIVERS & ANDERSON
CORACi;ORS and BUILDERS.
All kind of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
For sale by UarU & Ullcmcycr, 301
in Davenport, Iowa.
1 DL J. F. WALSH,
Latcoflhic.cn, formerly Surgeon In Clili f of
St Atithoiir.' Hospital.
CATARRH, ltroncliilis. Asthma,
ear'y conpanipMon, Khenmstlpm, Nenrslirla,
Py-ocp-'.a. hen fa la, Syphilis and all blood, hvir
and kidney diwaMe.
RUPTL'RK. Tiles. Fistula, Hvdro
rele and Tulmeele cured byphe Utcst and matt
DONT submit lo a surgical opfra-
tlon without ernfuHing ns Kcmember onr nir.
hospital eiperrnce cuablca us to save a Ufa
SUKCICAL ojeralions performed
at your homo when drt ir.d. Abdominal and
brain surgery a specialty.
civ. ike pmple an aell .s the medical nrofcs.inn Ihii
li-im table ski I In the art of turgry. Keairmbi-r yonr
a. ipeatv. We are wilhiiff iw.prvsd oar knowlvdite
l lie dadv OM!ratui loli. w receive from tbe medi
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