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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, -JUNE 24. 1895.
JAKES SLT.I! . , "Ai
OB GENERAL SMTC "
-LACKING APPLIED AND
HUSHED WITH A BRUSH Mars
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
JnlCACO, BOCK ISLAND PACIflC
Railway Depot corner Fifth aroma and
Irty-flrst street, Frank li. Plummcr, Agent.
brer UuilUxl atouiana..
Worth, Denver at a. v..
call A Minneapolis......
(baDe Homes Hi...
oaoa Minneapolis Kx..
Er, J.iDn.lo A Omaha...
al A MinneapoP
City ft St. Joseph. ...
Mar, Ft. Worth k la. (!..
Inaaa City St. Joseph,
tck Island Washington.
licaa-o Abe If nine
4k Ilan J Ktuarf. Aeonin. .
r :y arn
Itll :10 pm
t alio am
t 7:3n am
Arrival. v Departure, li-ally. except bundaj.
Jtk.r-.l.ll. Tainluia lOUX
bHLnOTON BOBTB C.. B. Q. RAIL
(way Depot First avenue and blllecnlii
W, M. J. Younc avent.
la Kznrer 7 00 am 7:"-pra
.na'.s Kxnress ! 7m umt 8:5.1 am
tllni?, LubnqucaSt. Faul f Stf" pm 7:f0am
rflalown rassenser ;;s.pmt u:i3m
Inn. Imb-iuna -t.Pani; f 7:Wam BffQpm
Jslly. tDaili except Sunday.
IICAQO, TdlLWACKKB ST. PAUL
Railway R set no A Haothwestarn Division
ond avenues, S. n. W. Holmes. Agent.
t 6:4') am
t 7:) am
2: VI am
it 1 pm
! (I 15 pm
ITrA'l8. La vs. ABarvs
I and Kxprcsa 7:00 am Kfipm
Panl Kxprca 4:MI pm 11:48 am
ck Island a Peoria Railway
Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street.
TRAINS. Lbav Abdit
torn Ex. "The "Trilby". . . 4:10 aui 10:4.'! pm
rlaa Sllouis Hail Ex... s:inlaoj 1:40 pm
ress I:t5pm 11 :15 am
rla A ctora. Freight 7:10 pm S:HI am
le (via Sherranll Accoro. 6:0 am f:0 pia
la Accommodation 8:40 am 8:iW pm
le Accommodation .... 3.a.pm 7:65 am
ssenrer train leave C, II. I. P. (Molina
nae) depot five ( mlnntes earlier than timo
:n. Train-, marked dai'y, all otbvr train
y except Hnnilay.
pitLIKOTON, CEDAB RAPIDS
I hortbern Railway, depot foot of Brady
Vet, Davenport. Ja. Morton, Uea. Tk't A
Davenport Train. Luv Anntva
simmer...., bTTas pin bl0:25 am
if(bt..... b7:lJ in tjl.4.' pm
West 1 ll-crtT Tm w tKonh. tsnqth.
ecnvr Ir7:10am bio :40pm
i" alO :30 pm aSMbam
I" No b7:pm
Vbt b2:npm bll:4'ura
" aia:V.pm I iKliOOam
Daily, ttuany except fnnaav. ttloinc; north.
in( noma ana east. no. is runs uetween
ar Xiplds and West Llbcity.
Inaugurated April 21
4 05 ami 8 00 ami 1 40 pm
it I r Vi ot
waniletli st Dotot
4 10 am
7 15 am
7 11 pm
n no pm
1 45 pm
4 35 am
1 17 pm
M 1 am
u u nm
8 40 pm
6 CJ am
10 SO am
S 10 pm
9 45 am
1 10 pm
S 40 pm
10 15 pm
IS 05 pm
II 00 pm
7 00 pm
HROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK !SLAK1 TO HT. LOUIS.
rrain leavin; Rock Island at 8:00
carries through coach to M.
la. passing throurh rckin, llav-
, Springticld and Litchfield.
lues east oi l'coria carry lurongn
hes and Blecpinj; cars on night
ins to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
b Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
I. BLAia, Ma:ter; L. B. Scitib, Clerk.
Leaves Rock Island for tknacatlne. New
Jouid, Keitbaburar, Oqaawka, and Bar- ,
j Friday, at 4:30 p. it.
Sice rooms and good meals. Kpee'al rates
ta p antra of Sva er aaore who wlab to
swis tba round trip. The Yoonit has -en
ve-y recently parchaaed acd Stted
f.ir ibis trade, and Is nrt turpas ted by
vtblBt oa the Jtiatiatlppl (or c lagan ee
d csmfort. j
SSS LAHONT A SON. Agent.
,. Diamond Joe Use Warahoase,
FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SUNE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH
. a. oomuxY. B. s. oojrxcixr.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second Boor, over Mitchell Lyndel
bank. Money to ktaa.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office la Rook Island National Bask building.
B. o. mmr.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councilors at Law
OUlca In Bccpaton's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Leal bnslneas of all kinds promptly attended
to. State's Attorney of Bock Inland county.
OtSce, t-oatoffloa Block.
MoEniry & McEuiry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan moner on pood seenrltv: macs eorac-
tfnria. ReferHnoe, Mltohell A Lynda, bans ere.
umce, rosuiaca itiock.
Drack &z Kernr,
Architects and Superintendents.
Room ! TM O A BnUdlna. cor Third avenue
ana ntneteentn e'.rea
Edward S Rammatt,
51 W hi taker bnlldtpK, - Davenport, la.
Geo. P. Stauduhar,
Plans and superintendence for all Clara of
BnlMlora, Room C3 and 65, MltchbU A Lynde
BUMinaT. Take etevatbr.
Dr. W. H. Lndewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear,
Nobo and Throat.
Office InTreoman's new building, corner SeY'
onteenth street and Third ayenae. Lock Island,
Telopbone No. 1088.
Dr. Chas. M: Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
OtBce, Whlttaker Block, soathweat coraet
Third ead Brady street. Davenport, Iowa
Uootna 17 and 13. Hours: 9 to 11 a. ul,1 to 4 p. as.
r. a. aouowBnsa, . D.
ev b. aaara, k, d.
Drs. Barth 2c Hollowbnsh,
Physicians and Surgeons.
awaldenc 711 Slst at.
Dr, Bartb Iir, Hotlovrbtjsb
9 to 10 a.m. I 10to:sa,m.
1 to Hand 7 to. k p. m, 1 ltoSand7to8p,m,
W. A. Darling,
Boom 4. Mitchell A Lyndo's building.
B. M. Pearce,
Rooms n and 81 la Mitchell A Lynda's aew
ButldlnaT. Take elevator
TMISE BJTil O00US
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 9 a. m. to
13 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a.m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Elcctrio and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
! dart DansBt for a hlrii iruta in.
ale. which vre send tbem onapptovsX No
1 Ua btcyeat arrive and ptuie
Young Ladies m2ttm
tt bora or rtrla apply they muetbe waB
t or panicalara.
ACHB CYCLE COJ1PANY.
HUNDREDS IN PERIL
Excursion Steamer Made Help-
less in Lake Michigan.
GETS OS TOO MUCH STEAM PRESSTJEE
And Blows Out Valve, Klllioc 7s
Baaslsaad Daasarously Scatdlaia; m, Ooaaai
Others Alleced Kaee the Cause of the
Disaster Three II uadred and Fifty
Souls oa Beard Fatal Street Car Acci
dent Seven Persons Drowaed.
Chicago, Juno 24. By the explosion of
a steam valve on the whaleback steamer
Christopher ' Columbus off Waokegan
Saturday night two men were killed and
several others dangerously or painfully
injured. The dead are: Frank Wilson,
coal passer; K J. Stelt. fireman. Injured:
Kdward Harrow, painfully scalded; John
Hopp, seriously scalded, inbaled steam;
Georgo V. Kelt, hands and face scalded;
John W. Keogh, hnnda and face scalded;
Arnold Klein, Dubuque, Is., badly scald
ed, aompanlod by a student, also pain
fully scalded; Kohcrt McConkoy, back
terribly scalded; Miss Miller, hands and
face scalded ; Frank Kosnor, badly scald
ed; James K. Ryan, badly scalded; Miss
vuxheinior, faco painfully scalded: J as.
Lorimer, seriously scalded.
Kxcurslon bteaiuer on a Raee.
The vessel was homowarJ bound from
an excusion tu Milwaukee with 330 souls
aboard. The rival cscurslou steamer Vir
ginia cleared the harbor shortly after the
Wbaloback left tha wharf and had on
every pound of steam posstbio in au en-
Joavor to overtake her competitor. On
the outward trip tho Virginia not only
held tho odrantago over the wlialcback,
bus doubled on it, and the crew of tbo
lattsr determined that they would not be
passed. Oil Waukcg.m the boat were
uccic and neck, not more, than 3 H) yards
apart. Tho decks of tho proraauados of
both word block with pajcn:;cra, shout
ing?, waving garments, ami Intensely ex
cited on tho outcome of the race.
Too Alaeli steain Pressure Fat Oa.
Clouds of black smoke poured from the
funnel of the Columbus and tho vibra
tions of tho craft from stem to stern and
tho unusual plowing in tho wat:r told
that tho vessel was under a gigantic
strain. Those watching the guage said
the pressure was exceeding tho limit
which the boilers were allowed to carry.
From lit! pounds pressure the steam bad
run up to 177 arid was still rising. Sud
denly thero was tlia shock of an explo
sion. Tho steam valvo in tho six-inch
connecting pips over tho starboard bat
tery of three boilers had blown out.
Firemen Caught in a Horrible Trap.
Down in tho hold seven firemen found
themselves enveloped in scalding mist,
and in their froncy to escapo foil over
one another, thus losinsrtho slight chance
of escape offered. Tho steam spread
every whuro. It instantly invaded every
compartment of the vessel. In the main
salon 15J persons were seized with panic.
which was increased by all tho lights go-
ing out. Many women fainted. Tho
scalded men in the hold were brought up
to tbo cabin as soon possible, and severs!
surgeons who were on board did all pos
sible to alleviato thoir sufferings.
Ccinpany Denica tba Racing Story.
For threo hours tho whaleback lay to,
gettlns up steam for resuming the jour
ney. Tho boit finally ronched her dock at
Chicago at S:1j o. m. with a pretty badly
seared lot of passongs. AU bad a story
to tell of tho scenes on board, Ono of the
firemen sayj that the steam was up to 189
pounds before tho blowout occurred. Tlio
whaleback company cliicials were great
ly disturbed over the disaster, but don led
emphatically that tbo boat hal been
ACCIDENT TO A tTHELT CAB.
Breaks a Truck and Ii jnrca Thirty Fassea-
gera. Two of Kuem Fatally.
New BEDFOlut, Mass., Juno i!L An
electric car containing sixty passengers,
on thi Warmouth Western Railway,
jumped the track about two miles from
this city, rolling ovor and injuring thirty
people. The car was going down Smith's
Mill hill, one of the steepest in this city,
on its way toward Fall River, when one
of the truck broks and the ear was
thrown from tbo rails. It plowed its
way across the road, tearing up the stones
and dirt in its flight, and liually crash
ing into a stout wood fence was demol
Tbo passengers were thrown in every
direction. Several persons were pinned
to the earth. A score or moro persons lay
on the road, in tho ditch, and on the sido
of tbo road, covered with blood and dust.
Tho totally injured are: John Ryan, of
New Bedford, Mass. ; Delia Kenivellard,
of Woonsocket, R. 1.
81k Feraoas Drowned at Peoria,
Peouia, Ills., Juno Harvey II.
Noble and Fred Joyslin, with five small
children, wero drowned while returning
from a fishing trip across tho river. Noble
and Joyslin became scared and jumped,
capsicing the boat.
Morgan aa the British Cri:.
WAsniSGTOS, Juno tt Senator Mor
gan, speaking of the probable cbango of
ministry in Great Britain, said that so
far as the points at issuo between this
country and Great Britain were concerned
the seal fisheries and the South Amorl
can Question It was favorablo to us, as
Salisbury was a statesman whose views
on both these matters was broader than
those of Kosobury. He did not think it
would affect the silver question, however.
as Great Britain was for a gold standard
becausa it was for her interest. Cabinet
members are Interested in tho change
principally because of the ease and quick
ness with which British administrations
respond to the votes in the commons.
Sleeting of Chicago Irnhmsa, "
Chicago. June 21 At a convention
of United Irish societies representing 64,
600 members in thi city, held yesterday
afternoon, action was taken on the call
for ccnveitne'a congress of representative
Irish people to consider the present con
dttion of the Irish national cause, by
adopting resolutions recognizing the fact
that the present appearance of Irish po
litical affairs Is most disheartening, and
pledging individual support to whatever
new movement may Do the result oi toe
deliberations of the congress.
Echo of tho U1J Cothaua Police Regies.
KbwYork. June Si Mrs. Matilda Herr
man, who gained notoriety as a witness
before the Loxovr committee, was a wit
nee In the trial of Police Captain Eakins,
and teatiBad that aha had pail a total of
fX'.OJJ to the police for protection.
. POSITIONS OF THE BALL CLUBSV"
Boatoa Bold the First Plaee ia the fceaarae
Kacm Chicago FlTta,
CbicIso. Jane 84. Boston continues
to hold the first place in the National '
Base Ban League contest, with Pittsburg
a close second that would easily develop
into first. Baltimore and Cleveland bold
the next two places by none too tight a
grip, Chicago being only three point be
hind Cleveland. Following is shown bow
the clubs stand:
Clubs. Flayed. Won. Lost. Cent.
Boiton.. 9a 17 xaa
Pittsburg .60 SI 19 X3H
Baltimore 44 88 18 JWJ
Cleveland 61 S9 11 JM:
Chicago 63 30 21 JM '.
Brooklyn. 48 X 23 .641
Philadelphia 48 23 Si JtM
Now York 49 26 a JZW
Cincinnati 48 S3 St SO
WxJlinirton 47 91 27 . .425
St. Louis 51 17 84 JSS3
Louisville 47 7 40 .143
Following are the latest League score:
At Pittsburg Louisville 3. Pittsburg 5;
at Baltimore Washington 4, Baltimore
11; at Chicago Cleveland 3, Chicago 8;
at Brooklyn Philadelphia V, Brooklyn
13; at St. Louis Cincinnati 3, St. Louis
6; at Boston New York h, Boston &
(Sandny)at Chicago Cleveland 4. Chi
cago IS; at St. Louis Cincinnati a St.
Louis U. -
JOE 13 A GOOD JUDGE OF HORSES. '
Stanley Backed Sir Vtsto oa Bia Judgment
and Won the fooL
Loxdox, June 21. Joseph H. Manley,
of Maine, received a great many letter
during the last few days that be was in
London from friends all over America
who read that he had backed Sir Vlsto,
Lord Hoscbery'a horse, whom it won the
Derby. "I am afraid that people ct
home have formod the impress on that
I have become a 'plungar,' and Lavo won
a great deal of money on the Uort.r,"
said Monlry, laughingly. "The impres
sion also prevails that I was controlled
entirely by sentiment. . Sentiment had
a great deal to do with my wanting Lord
Rosebery to win tho raoi.
But juit before the race I went into
the paddock and examined all the horses
carefully and Lord Rosobery's horso
pleased mo the best. Mr. Francis Lynde
Stetson, President Cleveland formor
law partner, and a number of other
Americans were in the coach with me
and just for fun we made up a "pool,'
bo that wo did not require the so rv ices of
a bookmaker. I backed Sir Visto, all tho
other Amcricotis telling me that I was
very foolish, saying that Lord Hosebcry
could not win the D erby twlcs in succes
sion, but as I had examined the horses
this sort of argument dil not affect mo
and in. consequence I won all the money
in the pooL".
PETITION FROM DES'S ATTORNEY.
lie Asks Judge Wood to Stake tbo Jail
IsDlASAPOLlS, Juno SL Judge Woods
has received from Chicago a copy of a
petition filed by S. S. Gregory, attorney,
asking for the rcliof of Eugeno V. Debs
and other American Railway Union
strikers under sontonca. Dobs was sen
tenced to six months' and bis associates
to three months' imprisonment in each ot
two coses, one the case of the government
tiled on information-and one Known as
the Santa Fe receivership case (tho latter
for interfering with a federal receiver).
Tba defendants made their light in tho
government case. When judgment-was
pronounced, the petitioners recite, it was
that Debs should serve six months in tbo
United States esse and six months in, the
Santa Fe case, tho sentence to bo not con
current but cumulative. The petition
asks that the sentences be made concur
rent so that at the end of six months in
Debs' case and three months in tbo cases
of tbo others (instead of twelve and six
months respectively) the prisoners shall
Bichter King of the Tournament.
Milwaukee, Juno 21. Tho ninth an
nual tournament of the Western ' Sharp
shooters' union has coma to a close. Ed-
word Rlcbter, of this city, won tho king's
target shoot and was declared king of
the tournament. The following among
others were awarded medals in tho point
contest: Josept liraun, Joliet; r. J.
Breylinger, Montlcello; Honry Schroe-
dor, Davenport; Jacob Keuderk Monroe:
John Moren, Davcnpjrt; Frederick Bre
dow, Da7enport: J. W. Buck, Daven
X3on't Go to Oklahoma for Gold.
Kansas Citt, June 21 A Star corre
spondent has been in Oklahoma invest!'
gating the stories of gold finds, and says
thero is gold in the sand probable, but al
though a great gold field may be devel
oped no one can say it will pay to dig
there now. Thore are only a few men
prospecting, and the correspondent warns
poor men to stay away.
Insurrection fa Macedonia.
Sofia, Bulgaria, Juno at The Brawo
(newspaper) states that tho Insurrection
in Macedonia is spreading. Threo cars-
loads of the killed navo arrived at Fa
lanka. The beads of the rebels are dis
played in the streots of Palanka. Tbe
insurgents are armed with Martini-Henry
-Clothed la a Shirt and a Knife.
Ltons, N. Y., Juno St A man who
said bit name was William Campbell, ot
Buffalo, was arrested at Clyde. Camp
bell was attired chiefly in a shirt and a
jack-knife. He said be was en roue to
Washington to assassinate President
Bas a Tin Whistle In HI Stomach.
Mat's Laxdiso. N. J.. Jnno 24. The
physicians at Cooper hospital have a case
that paziles them in a o-year-old from
Cape May wbo baa m tin whistle in bis
stomach. Tbe child's name is Albert H.
Thar AU Have Alible,
BOTTK, Neb., June 23. Witnesses were
introduced in the Barrett Soott case in
behalf of Defendant Harris proving a
complete alibi, and Attorney Harrington
says Multtban'a defense will be even
WU1 Maw at :M Thi. Altai
PoconEXEF3iK, N. Y., June 84 The
local boat race commttteo has decided to
start the triangular boat race today at
:S0 p. nL, as the tide will be ebbing
strongly a that time.
' Kow aVatlooal Bank tor Illlooaa.
: Wasbiisbtox. "June 24. The comp
troller of tibe currency ha given authority
for the organisation of the First national
bank of rmrald, Ula.
NOVEL READING- -
An Exeear.ive Amount of It la Declared to
Slilitate Agaipat aterrfcaga.
A writer in a monthly review, dis
cussing; Mr. Balfour's "Foundations of
Belief," tekes occasion to say that solid
books, dealing with the great problems
cf mind and morula, aro no longer read
except by a few specialists. That an ex
clusive diet of novel reading is extreme
ly debilitating Is proved by cue series of
facts which are observable in every part
of the civilized world. Men and women
among the reading classes no longer
marry in anything like such numbers as
they formerly did, and tho reason is
that they have no pluck in them to face
lives of Spartan simplicity on limited
The result is disastrous to women, in
asmuch as it prevents many of them
ever ruarryiug at alL " For if a woman
does uot marry when sho is young very
few men care to marry her when sho is
middle aged. Men m:ury in middle life,
bnt they do mat marry women of their
own age. ' They marry young women.
The physiological moral is that it would
be vastly better for both men and wom
en to read novels for roercation only,
and when at work to reed rolid books
which really exercise and develop the
brain. In practice tlio result of this
would be that both men and women
would have better and stronger brains.
They would marry earlier and with more
courage. They would faco tho world
more hopefully and successfully, and
they would become tho parents of wholo
somer, healthier, happier and more ca
pablo children. English Paper.
Murder at Chicago Car Barns.
Cuicaso, Juno PL Four bullota fired
by a masked robber ended tho career of
Carey C B:rcu,cash receiver for the West
Chicago Street Railway company at the
Armltago avenue car barns of tho Mil
waukee nvcnuo lino. In an open safe, bo-
fore which the unfortunate man foil, lay
M,0u0. Seizing a handful ot the money
tbe murderer aid and has not boon cap
Pauper Combine for Harder.
QUIMCT, Ills., June 21 John Gahan,
an old well-known character, who had
been taken to tho county bousa, was
pushed from a sccjnd story window by
inmates and bis neck brokon. He was
ditty, disagreeable and quarrelsome, and
tho dwellers at tho poor farm combined
against him. The identity of his assail
ants will never bo known.
Chicago Bae Balluts Arrested.
Chicago, Juno 24. The members .of
tbe Chicago base ball club were all ar
rested during tho game with tho Cleve
land club, tho charge bsing disturbance
of tbe peace on Sunday. They were
balled on the ground in flu) each to sis-
pear July 2, and proceeded with the game.
Regards the Goods as Stolen.
Tiffin, O., June 4. The attempt ot
tbe local option peop'.o to unload the ef
fects of the Bosoom saloon In front of the
saloon of tho ownor, J. A. Patterson, ia
this city, occasioned- much excitement.
Patterson refused to accept them, and as
be regarded them as stolen goods threat
ened to arrest any one wbo would harbor
New Liner St. Loai Ha aa Accident.
New York, June 24 Tho new Ameri
can lino steamer St. Louis, Captain Han
dle, has arrived after a passage of seven
days, seven hours and eleven minutes.'
The passage was a very ploasant one ex-
cept that on Tuesday, June 18, the steer
ing gear was carried away.
The Local Marketa.
, oavanr. aie.
Uav 'fmouv. 112M1S: uolarrt fllASll:
who. S7.auasu; eiongu i.m'j; oaico, r-iatu
" men ass vssrraaLBs.
Onlone 30c per ba.
Batter Fair to choice. 13c: fresh cream
KtS Fresh, 10c
Poultry Chickens, Tc
Cattle Hutcher pay for corn fed steers
Ss4i5:; cows and acifets, S34ft ; calves
Sbeep 4HC i
Spring lamb, Site.
Coal -Port, loc
Wood ti!0 per cord.
"I Was No Good on Earth."
Dr. Miles' Nervine strengthens
the weak, builds up the broken
down constitution, and permanently
curcs every kind of nervous disease.
, ' A bostf ose earisva a kxu mJJUetem
ctiH mrrrommttrmm, rfecj!eeweau
Crer-piftfr MnaMtttoss in r.f fetva
Sttoht pmljtttttttat sk fcerf,
IHatmeting rcwtoalen cfttte mfaMtV
BeriuKM lorn, ur tapoe Mctstorv
Heiarlifcat tfoarei ertfls core ewvol
soornr- M emtptetelg tost appef it.
Am fett suv ritalltw ret ring oeif,
M was erenAs irrtfaWe ax rfreet,
My velgU trwie reduced Ca 109 Ibm.,
Js fact M tram ss STeeel, J CMsrVUk.
A friend brought
me Dr. Miles' book,
"New and Start
ling Facts," and
I finally decidde
to try- a bottle of
'Dr. Miles Be--orative
Before I had taken
one bottle I could
sleep as well as a
lO-yr.-old boy. My
Hea I ha taken the mixta, battle
Bw mvetaUt increase t. 170 fca.,
Site eestacfaam ssssstty IFapaa gossr;
JsTs sterrcar meaie eatnpletetv;
Jfs tou-mora; srae at If rrsfared.
Jt" bral nmevtneetearerttutn
I fett ammemdam amy man mm earth.
Dr. MUem MemtmrmtUee Serrtne tm
A. aiemt twieaff jlne, M sieesne tjost.1
Augusta, Me. Wax.Tzs B. Bcasax k.
Dr. Mflea Kerrmn is sold on potftrve
(rnaranteo that the Srat bottle wIU benefit.
AUdraavistsoellltattLS bottles foraa. c
ft will be aemt, prepaid, oa rocelrit of prico
by the la. Mileo Medical Co, JUkJu lad.
Dr. IVliles' Nervine
v. Restores Kiealth
Castoria is Dr SamacI Pitcher's prescription for InCuits
and Cbildrcn. It contaios neither Opiurn, Morpltino nor
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless snbstltnte
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syraps, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its fjuaranteo is. thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness, Castoria prevents vomifinr Soar Card,
care's Diarrhoea anil Wind Colic Castoria relieves
toothing troubles cares constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, resaiates tho stomach
and bowels, clving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is aa excellent medicine for clifl
dren. Jlother have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon thoir children."
Da, O. C Osemon, -
" Cafctoria I the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope tbo day is Dot
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the vailousqnack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agent down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves.
Da. J. F. KnrcnELOC,
The ComtnvAF Company, TT
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
DrSaWalsii & Walsh, Specialists
' DR. T. M. WALSH, -Formerly
Cliaical Protcor in two of Chicago's
leading medical colleger.
Acknowlcd-cd by the Medical Profession, Acknowledecd by the Press, Acknowledged by
all as ttc World's Orcalcft ind Only Saccessfal Specuiists in Chronic, Nerrots, Private aad
Surgical Diseassa of both sexes,
CONSULTATION FBEF.! PBOUPT AND TEBVANENT CL'UEs!
ELECTRICITY scientifically ap
plied, nervosa debility, loss manhood, exhaustive
d rains, nicht losses, defective memory, threat tied
insanity, ios or wui power, mental delusions,
WOMEX suffering from diseases of
the womb, ovaries, bladder, kldnev. nervous
exhsnsl ion. palpitation of ttc heart, dyspepsia,
or anv diseaae peculiar to Ihl sex. should call
on tbe great si-eclaliat and get aa oplaioa on her
caae urse oi cnarge.
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Best of references and credentials. If you can
not call, write. Hundreds cured by mail.
Tbe maise we have received for onr remarkable aklll In enrin. mm .ivm nn aa honaleaa b all
has compelled ua to use -his means In o'der to civ the people a well a tbe medical profession tbe
benefit of our knowledge of medicine and our Inimitable skill tu tbe art of surgwy. Be member your
family pbvsicisn is always welcome to see aa r. Derate- We are willing to snread oar kmwledm
and snow onr skill, and we feel justly proud of tbe daily rorirratiilailona we receive from tbe medi
cal prefcaaion (or the advanced medical and aurgical Uicratura w cava writuin.
124 WEST THIRD STREET. I
T. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
JOBS M. PA KI DO If.
PiUIUIOIlT & OOU
Painters and Decorators
PATB UAHaSSS, GabB3aaaUS, mo.
SHOP. 419 SmBtNBta. Ct. BOCZ XSLA2ID. ILL.
SE1VERS tfc ANDERSON
COIffRAGTORS and BUI LDERS.
AU kind of cvpeatar
Office and Shop 731 Twelfth street
, I,. Isr.Tti of fO.l'V aasl
jrt'e. tLUtmOttA, nititea
v rrnB-a, iTaimtusstsr
Tor sale by Harts Cllemeyer, S01
of dtsratw. Latr X UrttTE 11J mm RL4HI iM
ti a a a ya l
" Castoria is so well adapted to cldM rea thai
I recommend tt as superior to any rceavripttott
knowa to me.
n. A. Aacrm, M.
111 6a Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence ia their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among em
medical supplies what i knowa as regular
products, yot we are free to oonfcaa that the
merits of Castoria has won as to look with
favor upon tt..
Uxrrxs Hospital Arm Disroaaar,
AtXBt C Sarrrn, frrs..
Murray Strwet, Haw Terk CUy
in Davenport, Iowa.
Late of Clilrapo, formerly Srgeon-ln-Chltf of
ft Ablboiii's lliwpital.
CATARRH, Bronchitis, Asthma,
rly consumption, Khrnmatlam, Nenrtlirla,
Dyaprn.la, rrt-fpla. Syphilis and all blood, Uvay
aad aiuney diseases .
RUPTURE, Piles, Fistnla. Hydro
rele and Varicocele cured bytbe latest aid most
DON'T submit to a surgical opera
tion without consulting us. Remember our long
hospital experence enable urn to eava a Ufa
where other fall.
SURGICAL operations performed
at your home when desired. Abdominal aad
rata aargcry a specialty.
SBWaUiVHI, B aiwal S Aaia
Honrs to IS,
S to t. and
7 to 8
HSBBT A. PAKIDOS
Oeneral tabbing done oa short notice'
and sausfacuoa guarantees
masa al an a.
ra,i Wal ton rail.
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or usaAwaHiiei ore.. r w .ktyi a. W-bs-wu ItwtiUf, HiUUf
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