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BLACKING APPLIED AND
POUSHCO WITH A BRUSH ' Morse Bros. PropsjDnt(.Mass,USA.
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers, Rock Island
THE TRAVELERS1 GUIDE.
C"HICAOO, BOCK ISLAKD PACIFIC
Railway Depot comer Fifth avenue and
rhlfty-Srst street. Frank B. Fluramer, Agent.
Sam. I Wan,
Denver Lunlud raia.. tt :65km
ft. Worth, Denver E.G.. t 4:Msm
Minneapolis t 8:40 un
Omaha Jk Oca B oinee t 7:30 am
J maha A Minneapolis mil am
OmahaisDee Monies Bx... 7:Smd
tomaha Minneapolis Ex.. 1 :15 am
Denver, Lincoln 4 Omaha.. . ado an
St. Paul A Mlnnepol' : am
Kansas City A St. Joseph.... 1S:S0 am
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C. 4:b0 am
Kansas City St. Joseph. HflOpin
11 :O0 pm
t :85 am
til :10 pm
t 6:1 am
;.ioc laiana a Washington,
ff Attain Dei Molnee
13:90 am it 8:36 pm
1 1 45 pre 1 7:1 am
7 :ti pro T i-au am
8 15 pml T 40 am
Armal. t Departure. Daily .except Bandar.
All others daily. Telephone 1GW.
BTJRLINQTow ROUTE C., B. A Q. BAIL
way Depot Firat avenue and Sixteenth
treat. K . J. Toon-, agent.
St. Loan Bxpreae 7:00 ami 7 .-an pm
St. Loaia Bxpress 7:-U pml :55 am
Stf-riing. DubnqaeaSt. Fault:" pm 7:C0 am
llesrdstown Passenger I 2:50 poll 11:15 am
rt'erllng. Inihnqno M.Panl't 7 fioa.n B:Wpm
Delix. tDallj except Sunday.
pHICAOO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
Railway Racine 4k benthwetfsrn Division
Depot Twentieth street, between Flrat and
Second avenues, B. D. W. Ilolmea. Agent.
I LXAvm. abit
Mall and Bxpreae
St. Paul Express
Freight anl Accommodat e,
TrTO am :0pai
4:00 pm! 11:30 am
9:00 ami 7:30 pm
Daily except Monday.
Dock Island 4k Pbobia Railway
,v Depot Flmt Avanne and Twentieth street.
TRAINS, I Lbatw
Enal.mt'r Th-Pllh- I
1'eorla St louts Mall Ex.
K I uress ..,
Peoria Accnm. Freight
Cable (via Sherrardi Aecom.
8 :40 am!
Passenger trains leave C. R. I. & P. (Molina
avenue) depot five (5) minutes earlier than time
(riven. Trains marked daily, all other train
dally except Bntilay.
Durlinoton, Cedar Kapids 4k
Northern Hallway, depot foot or Brady
street, Davenport. Jaa. Morton, Uea. Tk't 4k
b4 -US pm
r a sender
West Liberty Trains
a!0 :30 pm
Daily, nuaiiy except Minaa7. tUomK north.
Sr.oln? Month and coat. Mo. IS run between
Cedar Hapids and West Libeity.
Inaugurated April 21
TO THE EAiST.
Lv Knck Island
CKl V Depot
Lv Hock Island
Twentieth ft Diiot
Ar 8t Louis
A r Terra Uaute
4 05 ami 8 00 am) 140pm
410 am 805 am
S 1 am
7 !" am
S .V) pm
7 00 pin
S 15 pro
8 00 pm
10 M am
10 SO am
8 45 am
1 10 pm
11 20 am
I 9 05 pm
10 20 pm
11 SO am
14 00 m
8 40 pm
H fit nm
S 10 pm
7 Od pro
10 15 rm
12 05 pm
v SO am
8 00 pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leavio;: Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carrie through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Pekin, Hav
ana, Springfield and Litchlielil.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
conches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Bull, Matter; L. B. Strmcn, Clerk.
Leave Beek Island for Jknrcatlne. New
Bo ton. Ksitkaborc, Oqaawka, and Bnr
And Fridat, at 4:30 p. m.
Nice moms and good meals. Special rates
to parties of Ive or more who wish to
make the round trip. The Tonne ns
been very recently purchased andStted
up for this trade, and Is not snrpaseed ty
anvthinson the Missistlppi for ejscance
GBOBGK LAMONT SON. Agents.
. FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH
a. a. eonrauT.
a. d. eumauxT.
Connelly & CSonnelly,
' Attorneys at Law.
Oflea second floor, over Wlchcll ft Lfodcl
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Office la Book Island KatlotuU Bank building.
a. a. swxmxr.
o. L. waxxxB.
Sweeney &s Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law
Office In Bengstona Block,
Charles J. Seaxle,
Attorney at Law.
Lena! business of all kinds promptly attended
to, State's AUorney of Kock Island county.
Otflco, Poslonoe block.
McEniry & McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on (rood security: mace eoEec
tions. keferenoc, Mitcheil as Ltnde, baakera,
Omos, Fostofflce Blook.
Drack & Kernr,
Architects and Superintendents.
Roma T M C A Bnlldlnc, cor Third avenae
and Nineteenth street.
Edward S. Hammatt,
51 Wbltakcr bnildtng, - Davenport. I ft.
Geo. F. Stauduhar,
Plans and superintendence for all class of
BiiUding. Rooms S3 and 66, Mitchell 4k Lynda
unuainsT. Taxs elevator.
Dr. "W. H. I.Tidewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear,
Noso and Throat.
. m n ill .id. ui.u g tie. uuuuiugi unuci
Telephone No. 10SS.
Dr. Chas. M: Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat Only.
Office, Whlitaker Block, southwest corner
Third and Brady streets, davenport, Iowa
Booms IT and 18. Honrs: 9 tall a. nu.1 to 4p.m.
I, a. BOLLOWXTJiH, M. B.
a. B. BABTB, X, B.
Drs. Earth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeon.
Office 409 sard t. Telephone 108
Residence 7i SIM St. 11H
Or, Barth I Dr, Hollowbnsh
to 10 a, m, I 10 to 12 a. m,
1 tos and 7 to a p.m. I to 5 and T to 8 p,
W. A. Darling,
Room 4. Mitchell & Lyndc's bullJlng.
R. M. Pearce,
Rooma S9 aad 31 in Mitchell Lynda's i
Bnlldlnic. Take elevator
mm im mm
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shaapoo, elec
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
b obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Llarpor House. -
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will bo open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hoars.
Gymnasium connected with bath
wux r.EH rjucE vi:::sus
in ray. s'-QY. isDY- 7-ar
W6at PEFFER'S CtERVICCH Did!
ku wwrnoui ana wuiesir. vnres wnen R
Others fall. Toane tscn vesain lost manhood: old
KcnrecvTwiwiiuiai Tiror. jasjaerwM
aired tCwr aierTow m. lost
eases, and oft tftcu of tit abut or txcatn aw4
inducrrtum. s aroa on tnaaxnty and eonsumptlon.
yoa becau4. Itytcl a greater rroaA. lnsiston hav
bw PEEFtRa KckvMiiejSt, or seal fori.
Can be carried In veer, pocket. Pnnald plain wrap,
per. H per box. or O for S, with A PsslUvs
Wrttaea Uaaraate la C ctrXteranaw tswt
Sold by Qaxtx A Ullcmeyer axu r. H Thomas.
Germany and the International
FSESE9T STATUS OF THE MOVEMEHT
States of OrrfflUf Bavlas; DseMed for
the Scheme the Next Step Is Netrecbv
tloa with Europe aa to the Terms af the
Call latere Coalers la Keflaad's Pa.
sitloa The Bond Syadkeate and the Ba
serve Representative HUM.
Wasrington, June 23. There Is ap
parently considerable confusion as to the
prospects of an international conference
to consider the rehabilitation of silver to
be called on the initiative of Germany.
This is due to the conflicting; reports that
have been received and also apparently to
the complications of the question as ItA
presents itssK in Germany. Those who
have given attention to the progress of
the agitation in Germany say that Chan
cellor Voa Ilohenlohe announced in the
beginning that Germany's action in the
matter would depend upon two circum
stances. The first of these was that the
German state legislative bodies should
instruct for the Issuance of the call, and
the second that thero should be a sub
stantial agreement among the powers as
to the torms of the calL
Will Megotiate as to the Teraaa,
Tlio latest report makes It appear that a
majority of the federal governments want
tho conference and desiro that Gen
many should lasao tho call for it. It is
understood now that accepting this ac
tion on the part of the different states In
the light of an instruction tho chancellor
will proceed to ncgutiato with the other
European powers as to tho terms of the
call. Tho United States has made known
its wishes in this respect, so far as the leg
islative branch of tho government can act,
In the resolution appointing congres
sional delegates. In this resolution pro
vision was made that the United States
should be represented in case the confer
ence should be called to provido for a
restoration of bi-metallism. When the
question was before the Prussian diet an
effort was mado by Chancellor Hohonlohe
to amend the resolution so as to leave out
tho requirement that the coll should be
on these lines, but it failed.
bcpentla Largely oa England.
If the other federal German states have
taken the same position as Prussia the
chancellor, it Is held, will be virtually
pledged to vote Germany for a call on
a basis of a return to a bimetallic system.
It then remains to be determined whether
the other powers will accept this basis,
and especially what Knsland may do in
the premises. The advocates of an Inter
national understanding feci that the
change of administration in England Will
bo in the interest of the movoment, and
they are upon tho whole considerably en
couragod over tho outlook for another
Opinion of Baron von Thiolmann.
Baron von Thielninnn, tho German am
bassador, was asked: "What are the
prospects that Germany will participate
in an international monetary confer-
encer I ho agitation for silver, he said,
camo mainly from tho agrarian popula
tion in the north of Germany, and was
largely duo to tho low prices of farm pro
ducts. Ho did not believe the Imperial
povcrnment would take any steps toward
the calling of an iaternational monetary
conference until after the reichstag as
sc in bled In November and a great deal
then would depend upon that body.
SYNDICATE AND COLD RESERVE.
What Treasury Officials Say About Bom
New York Rumors.
Washington, June 86 Treasury of
ficials have no Information of tho reported
purpose of the bond syndicate to deposit
today the entire amount of foreign gold
due under the contract. They say, how
ever, that they would not be surprised If
this was done, as tho contract permits
them to deposit any amount in excess of
300,000 ounces per month whenever they
may see fit. Up to this time the officials
have no criticisms to make of tho course
pursued by the syndicate, for so far as
they known every obligation contained in
tho contract has boon complied with.
As to tho rumor in New York that the
government has permitted a modification
of the contract, allowing the syndicate to
deposit more than half of the whole
amount In domestic gold. Assistant Sec
retary Hamlin said: "Thero has been
no modification of tho contract. The
provision that one-half of the gold to the
amount of the loan shall bo brought from
abroad is to be carried out. Sjiho of the
importations of foreign gold were made
in advance of the time stipulated in the
contract, but this did not involve any
modification of tho contract."
Contests for Seata in the Uouee.
Washington, June iio. Of all the
twenty-six contests for seats in the next
house which Clerk Kerr has opened, in
accordance with tho law, for tho purpose
of deciding what part of the testimony
shall bo printed, that of Goodwin vs.
Cobbs from the Fifth Alabama district la
the only ono which has excited any con
troversy. The case was first opened Mon
day and was also under consideration
yesterday. Cobb and Goodwm wero both
present, tho latter accompanied by his
attorney, Genoral Michener, who con
tended for the admission of all the test!'
mony printed. Cobb challenged the pro
priety oc printing it under the law. As
the decision in such cases rests with the
Clerk, Kerr postponed action upon the pro-
Representative Hltt Not So WelL
Wasbixgton, June 28 Ke ports re
ceived from Xarragansett Pier, R. L, say
that Representative Hitt, of Illinois, who
waa removed on a stretcher from Wash
ington to that place Saturday, stood the
Journey only fairly welL Though every
thing possible was done to make the jour
ney easy for him, it was tiresome and ex
hacstlng. He was put In bod Immedi
ately on his arrival and a physician sum
moned to attend him from day to day
during his convalescence. He will require
m physician's almost constant care for
Coaditloa af the Crepe.
Washington, June 28. The weather
bureaudn its report of crop conditions for
She week ended Jane 24. says: Tho past
week has been favorable, though some
what too cool ia tho Dakota and Minne
sota for some crops, especially corn.
Drought has been relieved over the great
er part of the Ohio valley, but continues
I in central Wisconsin, southern JkUchlgaa
and ia portions of Tennessee, Pennsyl
vania and New York. Harvesting of.
winter wheat Is now general over the
northern part of the wheat belt. Corn
bos made good growth during the week,
and except ia the Dakota and Minne
sota, where it is reported backward, the
general condition is excellent.
Competitive Examination of Consuls, .
Washington, June 26 Thew is a move
on foot to have candidates for consuls go
through a competitive examination be
fore their names are sent to the senate.
This was dona in General Grant's time
and the record of tho consuls appointed
under the rule then especially of the
few yet remaining in office is a strong
point in favor of tho scheme.
ILLINOIS EXTRA LEGISLATURE.
Beasts and Bans Lis tea to tha Governor"
Maasago aad T.tka a Rest.
Springfield, June 23. The senate's
first meeting of the extra session was brief.
The governor's message was read. It was
also brief and not a particle caustic. In
deed it was mild and kindly, and simply
told the aolons that tho chief reason they
had been called together was that they
had not provided enough money; that all
their appropriations were proper and
reasonable, and that bo was sorry that he
had to call them back. The other mat
ters he had listed had been put in to give
the statesmen something to do, but the
governor explains that they are all mat
ters of importance, that should be at
The officers of the regular se sion were
rcapointed by resolution. A committee
was appointed to inform tho house that
tho senate waa in session and the senate
adjourned. In the house tho same busi
ness was transacted, Spsaker Meyer in
There have been a number of caucuses.
but none of them has developed anything
important. The Democrats resolved in
dorsement of the extra session. The gov
ernor has signed the libel bilL
Republican bouse members held a cau
cus and decided that Speaker Meyer be
authorized to appoint a temporary speaker,
while he is unablo to act, providod the
appointee be cither White, Cochran,
Kuedles or Berry.
HEAOEO OFF THIS VILLAIN.
Killed in this Case Before lie Managed to
Execute JUis Threat,
Augusta, Ga., June 28. Near the Au
gusta arsenal Cdward Newman, a gar-
doner, shot Alfred Dourer, a soldier sta
tioned at tho arsenal, killing him In
stantly. The story is quite sensational.
The soldier was in love with Newman's
daughter Rosa. They had a lover's quar
reL Dourer went to her home and not
finding her there went to her sister's
house to try and effect a reconciliation. The
girl would not make up and he began to
choke her. Her sister came to her aid
and the man was frightened off. Miss
Kosa then went homo. Ueurer followed
She still refused to patch up the quar
rel and the soldier began cursing and
swearing, threatening to kill tho whole
family. The Newman family became
alarmed, and after nightfall the women
wero sent to a noighbor a house and the
men kopt up guard. Daurcr returned
and was run oil four times. The fifth
time he came with matches and a can of
kerosone. Ho would not heod warnings,
but tried to set tbe housa on fire. New
man walked out on tho porch and emp
tied both barrols of his gun into him.
An Ex-Soloa To Be Banged,
CHALLIS, Ida, Juue 26. Paul P. Law-
son, a Populist ex-member of the Idaho
legislature, has been found guilty of mur
der in tho first degree for killing George
V. v atson, near Houston, Custer coun
ty, on May 15, and was sentenced to be
hanged July 26. Lawson lay in wait for
his victim and shot him in tho back. Lost
fall the two had a fight, and Lawson was
badly thrashed. This was a great humili
ation, as Lawson had been posing as the
'bad &an" of the settlement about Hous
The New British Cabinet
London, June 26. Tbe new ministry
as far as comp'oted and officially an
nounced la as follows : Marquis of Salis
bur, premier and secretary of state for
foreign aUairs; Duke of Devonshire, pres
ident of the council; Balfour, first lord of
the treasury; Chamberlain, secretary of
state for the colonies; Sir Richard Hicks-
Beach, chancellor of the exchequer;
Goacben, first lord of the admiralty.
Gamea on tha Baae Ball Field,
Chicago, June 26 Records made on
tho base ball diamond by League clubs
areas follows: At Brooklyn Philadel
phia 3. Brooklyn 2; at Cincinnati St
Louis 6, Cincinnati 19; at Washington-
Baltimore 8, W aahington 7; at Cleveland
Louisville 5. Cleveland b; at Boston-
New York 2, Boston 5; at Chicago Pitts-
burg 8, Chicago 10.
National Association of Millers.
Chicago, June id'. The nineteenth an
nual convention of the Millers' National
Association of the United States mot here
with 160 delegates presont to perfect the
legal organization, which business wo
duly completed and the following offi
cers elected: President, C A. filisoury,
Minneapolis; secretary, Frank Barry,
Declared To Ba a Flxala. "TSH
GRAND Rapids, Mich., June D6. An at
tempt waa made to hold a free silver con
vention here, but it did not succeed. The
managers waited until some time past the
hour of meeting and tbe delegates re
ported at hotels having failed to material
ize at the convention hall the convention.
was declared to be a fizzle. . .
Heavy Bala la Central Illinois. ,
Springfield, June 28. A heavy rain
commenced falling late last night, which
actually breaks the dry spelL It will
so the crops great good, though the
chinch bugs are doing Incalculable harm
to wheat and corn. The rain is general
in this section ox the country.
Railway Postal Clark la OoaoelL
Chicago, June 26. The fourth Annual
convention of tbe National Association of
Railway Postal Clerks met herewith 150
delegates present. The principal business
to come before the convention is agree
ment on a Dili lor reclassification of po-
Burglars Bob aa lawa Sal,
Abaxosa, la..- June 28. Burglars went
through tbe tale or J. li. Suter at Monti-
cello. They got (100 in cash aad valua-
turn papers to the amount of over S30O. As
traos of tlkt re.
Haw Turk Financial. '
New Tors. Juas &.
Money oa call easy at 1 per ceat
Pri-r mercantile pipsr M psr cent.
Sterling exchange shade easier, with actual
Imsiaasa ia banker' bills at Hi &4rH for
demand aad tsSituvj (or sixty dtys: posted
rates 4fJ;t and tUJtl.'i: eoamercial
Silver certlflcatea SMy SSJ-Ji; no sales: bar
silver, GCI-B- Slexicaa do lara aX
United States cove nment b nil firm:
new 4's re 1"3: do. coutoas, 6s
reft-. UGH: conpoas. I'.o'-g; 4's r-s;.. US; 4's
coupons. 113H: s re;., oil Pacills rial Mi
enwago uraia and rrodaea,
Chicago, Jane SS.
Following; wore tho Quotations on tha
Bori of Trade tolar: Wheat Jane,
openel fl9sc cloaed 7lKc; July, opened
closed Tlsc: September, opened ?rHc closed
ToWc. Corn Jane, nominal, closed 48c;
Juiy. opene i4;4C, rlosel 483?; September,
opened 4b6c elos.-d -tdc Oats Juue, nomi
nal, closed 6Xic; Jaly, opened iiVac i-losed
6 lie; September, opened 3au, close 1 irfio
Fork Jnne, nominal, closed SIS. 17 W; July,
opened $1190. cloaeJ, Ili.-J) Lard Juue
nominal, closed .30.
Produce: Butter Extra croimery. 17Wc
per lb; extra dairy. l;ilio; pacsia stock,
ti9c Eitirs Fre-h stock, loss oil, 10c per
dozen. Live poultry 3..-iai cbickoas. 143
17o per 1.: hmi, 9:; rojstar-, ic; tar
keys. iflSo: ducks. 8uV!c: gje-j. SloiftLOJ
yerdox. Potatoes Sjw. ;.$ji.0l per bu.; old.
Snic. frtrawberr.es Uiciad. L2i it s 00
per 16-qt. caso. lilac lurrioj, Illiaoij, tLOO
per 2l-qt cae. Apples-!. 'riALoU
per bbi. iioaey While clover, l-.o sec-
iocs, new stuei, uwiltc; browa comb, u a
Vic: dark com I), pojr pacaj, 8c; sirainel
Chieago Save Stoek.
Live Stock Price at the Uuio i St iak yar J
today ranged at t illo-va: Ujjs Ei mated
receipts for the day l..mi0. s.ilos ranired at
ri.1044.40 pis. fi-ii-iiiOi light, (liiLOJ
rounh pa-king, ti.alitl.ij mixed, aal tLttj
4.00 heavy p&i.kiog aud shipping lots.
Cattle Ejtimuti'd lecdiU for the dar.
6,UUJ; quotations ranged at S'l.SiVOi choice
to extra thlnnia st.-erj, M.'.'j.Jaol cool to
choice dj i.ol.9 f air t gojl, ILTjtSl.ii
common to medium d, .L5l t-J.'.M butchers'
steers. Si 5 li stOL'kjr. S3.1W 1 1 fowlers.
SL.U33 80 cows. t2.i($l hiifera, K.S)it3.rX)
bulls, irjj,il. J Texas aiders, JiiouJ
Shtep Estimate 1 rejeipts fortheilay IV tt);
sales ranged at SiJWLii westorns. SI.SM
Texan. SLHiUO native and CLjUj.
The Local Markets.
Corn 454 ids.
liny Tunott y. 1-;11.1: nnland. tllfrHSlS:
wua. T.auatv;sioTign ci-j; oaiea, t'Jtfill
rncrr axn tkuktablks.
Onions SOc per ba. -
Butter Fair to choice. 14;: frash cream
Epgs Fresh. 10c
Poultry Chickens, 7c.
Cattle Butchers div for corn fed steers
3H515;; cows and heifers, 3&4!4; calves
Hog -4 MC
Spring lamb, Sc.
Coal -Soft, 10c
Wood $3.50 per cord.
' Perils of t!ic Fo'.nre.
Passenger (iu chair car) Whrro aro
you going, lear? Don't leave mo alona
hero among strangers.
Ilia Wife Iscnscir.sp, James! Noth
ing will hurt you. I nm guins iuto tlio
Eiucking cur a little while. Road a fash
ion uiagaziuo or something till I coiuo
back. C'liio.igo Tubulin.
A Liglitntas rLonosrapher.
Business Man Caa you writo short
hand? Applicant Yes, sir.
'How many words a minute?"
"I never counted Yin, but tho other
day, when my wife found in my over
coat pocket a letter which kIio gave nic
to mail last fall, I tool: down every
word she uttered as fast as she 6aid
"You'll da" Toronto Truth.
SIM MOM S
Reader, did yoa ever take Simmons
Liver Regulator, the "Kura of
Liver Medicines?" Everybody needs
take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or
diseased liver that impairs digestion
and causes constipation, when the waste
that should be carried off remains in
the body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is due to a
torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion are all liver
diseases. Keep the liver active by an
occasional dose of Simmon3 Liver Reg
ulator and you'll get rid of these trou
bles, and give tone to the whole sys
tem. - For a laxative Simmons Liver
Regulator is better than Pills. It
does not gripe, nor weaken, bat greatly
refreshes and strengthens.
Every package has the Red Z
stamp on tbe wrapper. J. H.
Zciliu & Co., Philadelphia,
VTaafeos Ewrythlng Fraa a Fiaa
Lac Ctitaias a Specialty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
a. it. Parker!
Telephone No. 1214-
Catoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
stnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other) Narcotic substance It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothins Syrups, aad Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrlshness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panaceathe Mother's Friend.
: " Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers hare repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children.
Da. G. C Osooon,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope tho day is cot
far distant when mothers will consider tho real
interest of ueir children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variouaquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, aoothing ayrup and other hurtful
agents down their throac, thereby sending
them to premature craves."
Da. J. F. KnrcnxLOX,
The CB.tasrr Coapsuty, TT
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.Walsii & Walsh, Specialists
Pcrmiinently located in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Protestor In twoof Chicago's
leading medical colleges.
Acknowledged by the Kedical Profertion, Acknowledged by tho Press, Acknowledged by
a'l as tbe World's Grcalctt and Only Successful Specialists in Chronic, Nervoas, Private aad
fcurtical Diseases of both sexes.
CONSULTATION FREE! PROMPT AND PEUUANENT Cl liEs! .
ELECTRICITY scientifically ap
plied, neivoas debility, loss manbond, exhanstive
drains, night losses, defective memory, threat- ncd
insanity, loss of will power, mental delusions,
WOMEN suffering from diseases of
the womb, ovarier, bladder, kidneys, nervons
exhaustion, pslpitallon of tbe heart, dyspepsia,
or anv diseases peculiar to the sex. should call
on tbe great Sc!aliat and get an opinion oa hor
case free of chargu.
Oaly Curable Cases Taken. -Best
of references and credential. If you can
not call, write. Unndreds cured by mail.
Tbe praise we have received for onr remarkable skill in carinj ca-cs s'vpn nn as hopeless by all
has compelled us to nse -Ills scans in order lo give tbe people as well as the medical profession tbe
berrfit of our knowledge o( medicine and onr lnlmitalilr skill In the art of surgery. Remember ynur
family physician is always welcome to see ns epeiste. We arc willing to spread our knowledge
and snr.w oar skill, and we feel Justly prond of the daily 'oecratnlationa wa receive from the medi
cal prtfcsstou for the advanced medical aad sargicsl literature we hav written.
Or FICE I jicCullongh Bollding, I Honrs- to U,
124 EST THIRD STREET.Naventout . W
Five Par Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J M Brronn, President,
Jon t'Ki aaoiu, Vice President.
Y UUUAVILT. Culift-r.
Began business JnlyS, 1890, and occupy the
S. B. cor. Mitchell 4t Lyndo's new building.
JOHBT M. PARIDOR.
PARIS oiy & SOIiT
Painters and Decorators
SHOP, U9 Bmatirth EOCZ IaJra. XXiL.
All kind of esrpeatsr
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
tr- nt both o: yuainr sat mi
nu. bam 6! o.i tan mU4lM- itM ua WfiniMi. iim-awrvi eri-Hisoi I ' "
VI, L. Kukuict. ibiiuaf,Mtniw orr.ns. mur Imoiu le,iiir. airlitir
bsiiMMM, Uihoubto-m. 1 1 ii t, ExruUHCna drauts ail Utm of ttvwtr nf ta cj a.
mute DftiM. aitfltUAS- oa for mty. iNutta miA mvnw, Is qtjkly aim) try
tsr. KoSricaea aaalh Aeere UralM. Tly rot only r. Ir. p..rt,t,r m U. Ml
of dlnn I. u taVrnl M.sl 1 1SVIC mo BIXUI BI ILBVIIlI-h-sIis;
bKkthanlah e'w pml bel.in MmulM VI UK OF 1 l TH a iu
mitmu hr mail, al.a lw-r U,s or for a with .Hit,, a-oaroolro toero
iiifi T"aial ssfaad lbs sasaas. .
For sals bj Hsrts Cllemeyer, 801
Castoria is so well adapted to eldl Jren that
I recommend it as luperior to any prescriptioa
known to me."
R. A. ABcnait, 1L P.,
Ill So, Oxford SL, Brooklyn, N. T.
"Our physician iu the children's depart
ment have spoken hifibly of their experi
ence hi their outskl) practice with Csstoria,
and although vre only hav lunong onr
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, rot we are free so confess that th
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
TJxrrss noarrraL axn Dismrsaav,
Atxsa C Surra, Yes.,
14rray Stroot, Kew Tork City.
Late of Chlraeo, formerly Snrgeon-in-Clikf of
6t. Atitbony's liospital.
CATARRH, Bronchitis. Asthma,
early conumii"on. Rhenmstism, Neiirslifls,
Dy-oep-la, Serefula, Syphilis and ail blood, liver
and kidney diseases.
RUPTURE. Tiles, Fistula. Hydro
cele and Vatlcncclo cared byfthe latest and moat
DONT submit to a surgical opera
tion without consulting ns. Remember onr long
hospital experence euablcs ns te save a life
where others fall.
SURGICAL operations performed
at yonr home when desired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a pccialty.
Incorporated Under the
C F Lynde,
II P Hull,
B W Hurst,
J M lioford.
Jacxsoa A lloasr. Solicitors.
BKBTBT A. FABIDOB
General jobbing done o abort notice
and saUsf action guar Pleas
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sad sit a.
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