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THE AJRGU8, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1895.
BLACKING APPLIED AND
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH'
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
pniCAOO, BOCK ISLAND PACIKIC
Hailway Drpnt comer Fifth avenue and
f hlrty-nrst (trout, frank II. plummer. Axent.
t :40 ui
t 7:W en
Denver l.imiled A O-.u
Ft. Worth, Denver 1I.C.
i.raiaua A Minneapolis
OinshaA Den Monies Bx...
tumaha A Minneapolis Kx..
Denver, Lincoln A oraaha...
Ht. Paul A M:nneapol-s
Kansas Cntjr A fli. Joreph....
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C.
JKsnsssCity Am. Joseph.
jKock Island Washineloo.
l(;hlcacro A Des Moltiue
Hock WlandAMnart Aecora..
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1 1 45 pm
7 ::ttl I.m
t ::30 am
fi IS pm
7 4 am
AmTal. t Departure. tOoliy.exceptDUnday.
All other dally. Telephone WW.
BTJRLINOTOW ROUT C. B. Q. HAIL
way Depot First avunoo and Sixteenth
street, M. J. Youns, agent.
Ht. Lome Kxpreas 7.P0nii 7:.npro
Ht. Louis Krpress T:4pm 6:5 am
Sterling. Doh'iqnc St. Paul t : pm 7:M am
Ileardrtown Passrnirtr i 8 :.V) pm 11 :15 am
snarling. Hiihnone A t.Pnl t 7 ii .ml Wnm
e Dally. tDally except hundav.
CBICAUO. MILWAUKEE ST. PACL
Hal I war Racine Ssnthweettrrn Division
Depot Twentieth street, between Flint and
Bftcond avenues. K. D. w. Holme. AuerL
Matt and Express
Bt. Faol Expreae
Freight snd AccotnmKlat'n.l
T:nn ami o:0piu
4:00 pm ll: Mra
:00 au i 7:3p;n
Daily except Sondu .
ock Island Peoria Railway
Depot First Avcnno and Twentieth street.
Eaulern Ex. 'riio Trtlliy''. .
Peoria aifouis Kail s...i
Peoria Accnm. Frelirbt
Cable (via rjjrrrardi Accom.1
Cable Accommodation .... !
Lcavc I AnniTB
J: ii5 am
Paaxenirer trains Icavo c, M. I. A V. (Molina
avenue) depot five (5) niliintm tarlkr than time
Klven. TralnK marked daily, all otber train!
Uuilr except Hnrdny.
DuKLINdTON, CKDAB RAPIDS
Kortbern Railway, depot foot of Brady
rtreet, Davenport. Jaa. AlorUin, Uen. Tk't c
b'.t 4". pm
1)7 :S pm
aia:r.pm I hwrOOani
a Daily. nUany except snnaar. ttknnp rorih.
iGoln? Bonth and enat. in. 13 runs between
L'cdar Kapids and Wert LIbcity.
Inaugurated April 21
TO THE EAST.
Lv Nora Itland
' It I f Depot
Lv Kork Irland
Twentielh at Deot
A r Cincinnati
Ar Dayton. ...........
Ar Bt Louis
r Decatur. ..........
Ar Terra tlaute
4 US am: 8U)ao 140pm
410 am 8 OS am
1 45 pm
7 K am
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II V am
1 T pm
6 10 pm
0 01 pm
14 50 am
S 10 pn
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8 '5 pm
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7 141 kin
ROCK ISLAND TO eT. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Pekin, Hav
ana. Springtivld and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria curry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
The Elegant Electric Ltfhl Steamer.
W. A. Blair. Ma.ter; L. B. Scitih. Clerk.
Leavea Rook Iland for naratlne. JCew
Boton, Keithsbara, Oqaaaka, and Bnr
And Friday, at 4:30 p. m.
Tiice morns and coed meals. Ppee'al ratrs
tj parties of Ave xr more who wish 10
mate the ronnd trip. The Young bis
been ve-y recently t-urchased acdd
up for lots trade, and in a t surt-awed ly
anvthingoo the Miatisjippi fr slenancs
flloKOG LAMONT ft SOX. AffentS.
Diamond Joe 4aa Warecoasc.
I 'I T is
.m ft. 2 sT aPr . - -
FOB A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOVH
Morse Bros. Props.Cfinton.Mass,USA.
Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
a. o. oohubixt. . . oomraxLT.
Connolly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second floor, over kfitchell ft Lysde'i
bank. Money to-loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Office is Rock bland Satlonsl Back bnildlng.
a. . awxiaar.
Sweeney Ac Walker,
Attorneys and Counecllors at Law
Office In Benfrtim Itloek.
Charles J. Saarlo,
Attorney at Law.
Letrn) hnslkes of all klndit promptly attended
to. BuiLe'ii itiomny of Kuck Ioland county.
Office, hoc to (Sea Block.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan noncy on eood soenrlty: mace eollee
tlon. Kefrreno?, KltchcU Lvnae, bankers.
Office. PoeuitB Ulook.
Drack & Kercr,
Architects and Superintendents.
Room T M O A UuUdlmr. cor Third avenne
and Nineteenth airoit.
Edward S Bammatt,
SI Whitakcr bniliUng, Davenport, la.
Oeo. P. Stauduliar,
Plan and rmpcrlntcndcTica for all clan of
Building. Rooms 63 and 65, Mitchell A lyndc
Bnlldlna. Take elevator.
Dr. W. H Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
T nice In Treeman's ievf hnllllnc, corner Sev
enteenth atreet and lh!ra avenue, l ock Island.
Telcphono No. vm.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
EyeEar, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlce, Whl '.taker Block, soaUiwcst corner
Third and Brady streets, Davenport, Iowa
Rooms 17 and 18. Honrs: 9 to lis, eu, lto 4p.m.
J. a. noiiowBcea, a. d.
a. a. BiBTH, a, d.
Drs. Barth &c Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office 40 ard rt. Talephone IMS
Residence TV ilt.t. 11M
oinoa actras: x
Dr. Barth Dr. Hor.owbneh
9 to 10 a, m, I 10 :o 12 a. m.
1 toanu7 tuep.m, I to 5 and 7 to bp, m.
W. A. Darling,
IUom 4. V.tcbell ft Lynde'a bulMlnfr.
R. M. Foarce,
Rooms and 31 la MitcneU ft Lynda's i
BnUdinic Take sievattir
Mil BATO MM
Baths of all kinds, iaclnding
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
ba obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper Honse.
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 be 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 hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
: to tflstrftnrtts
tnent Id part i-ayment ftirafclKh trod Acme
bicycle, which ve scrxt them ca mppror&l. No
woTdotwwktll ibe tLcrelo sUxlTet. sukI pram
Vnitrtrv I qHi'mi csnployedoDU-.
M. VMilg syt marJ Suae 1C
If tor or clrts nlT tb?y imstbe velli
ACME CYCLE COllPANY,
Flames Sweep a Large Section
of San Francisco.
L0S3 WILL SUN I5T0 THE MLLLIOKS
Bloclis ol Baildincs in the Wood Slaaiafae.
tnrins; District Go Doss lit fere m Can
flacration Firemen Almost Helpless to
Stay IDS) Bavacar Whole Department
ogaged 'n Fix; b tins; the Bed Destroyer
-Details ot the llmvoe via Cirsaaaa
Killed at Mlnaeapolia.
San Fcaxcisco, Jane 8. Shortly be
fore 0 p. in. yesterday a fire broke out in
the rear of the San Francisco box factory,
located on the corner of Fifth and Bryan
streets. The factory was a two-story
frame building filled with infltmrnabla
material. The flames spread rapilly, and
it soon became apparent that a serious
conflagration was threatened. The first
alarm was turned In from box No. 03.
and it Yi as immediately responded to by
the department. A second alarm was
turned in upon tho 11 ro spreading to the
Liberty sofa works adjoining on the other
side of the block. Within a few minutes
tho entire cost end of the block bounded
by Bannon and Bryant streets was a mass
of flimcs. A strong southerly wind was
blouiug, and it was deemed necessary to
turn in a second alarm.
flames Fanned by a High Wind,
The fl.iines sjjn spread ull over the
block, destroying iu a few minutes tho
yards of tho Sprinpr Valley waterworks
and tho furniture f ictory of II. Eucler.
The box factory of Korbell Bros., at 733
Bryant street, also tho stable of 1L
Washburn, at Gj7 Bryant street, and tho '
carriogo factory of G. W. Phclan and tho
soda factory of J. Ilurstmann were all de
stroyed in short order. The high winds
which fanned tho flames and swept them
on their mad career drove the fire
men back by degrees and the situation
beeimc critic tL LiOU3 tongues of flame
shot out from tho mass clear across the
street ami from time to tiino tho hoso
had to bo turned on buildings which
threatened to involvo a stUl larger terri
tory in the conll tgration. Tlio firemen
vrero reinforced by tho full department by
this time nail fought manfully to eon 11 no
tho fire Will i tho block where it origin
ated. Havoc Dodo In Les, Than an Hour.
By 0:4 the whole of tho block bounded
by Fourth, Fifth, Bratinan and Bryant
streets was destroyed, with tho exception
of tho uiuchlno shops on tho corner of
Fourth and Bryant. At that hour the
lire was spreading toward Bluxom
street, sweeping on Us way the lumber
yard of Vim Wart on the corner of
Fourth nod Brannan; tho Meehan
Lumber company on Brannan street, and
various small machine shops and tene
ments. W'liilo the department was strug
gling with the fLtnies, which grew fiercer
and fiercer every moment, every availa
ble resourco at thi command of the South
ern Pacific company was dra.vn upon to
quench tho fire. The intenso heat xnado it
d'.llieult to utilize to its full capacity the
water supply, which was anything but
sulli 'ent owiug to tho unusual number
of hydrants called into play all over the
Sliotca No Signs of Abatemeut.
Tho wnter tower rendered most efficient
service, furnishing a j :t of water which
could be rendered serviceable where the
other streams thrown upou the flames
were turned into steam before they had
barely lets tho no7z e. The Wright, Car
rick & Williams box factory is entirely
destroyed. Slain z Winchester's harness
factor on Fifth and Bryant streets is a
complete loss. At 7:15 p. in. the fire was
still out ct all control. Tho bouses along
the lines of the cross streets surrouudiug
tho block bounded by Fourth, Fifth, Bry
ant and Brat; nun were all more or less in
Humes, with tho firo working to the
northward across Bryant street.
FLAMES CON TIN IE TO SPUE ID.
V7Ind mowing Half m (iale and a Million
Gallons or Wine in Danger.
At 8:3.) p. in. the firo bad reached the
Overland Transfer company's brick
freight warehouse and (ho hardware
storehouse) of B: kjr & Hamilton. These
brick buildings h id temporarily checked
the 11 imes, but tbey were working around
to the yards. A number of immense
warehouses havo been destroyed. The
enormous tr:ck winery ot Lichman Si
Co., which ccntlacd over l.OW.OJO gal
lons of wine, had just caught lire at uno
corner. It was thought, however, that
this property could bo saved. Tho wind
was blowing halt a galo and the sparks
were being carried for blocks, greatly in
creasing tho spread cl the tire.
The firemen seemed almost powerless.
Several explosions had occurred, but so
far as known no ono was injured. The
soction is tho wood manufacturing center
of this city, deing devoted to all branches
of the lumber truio. At this writing an
exact estimate of the loss cannot be given.
but it is belli v.-d to reach 3,000.u00.
At U p. in. the 11 ru had been raging three
hours ana was burning nan:rceiy as ever.
Tho wholo southern 6ky was ablnzu and
the thousands people were flocking to tho
scene from all parts ot the city. One
death was reported. A Miss Gilroy, while
attempting to save somo ot her belong
ings, was covered with burning oil and
burned to death. A number of people re-
ceivea injuries iroin tailing walls and lly
Tho peoplo in tho Cra district were terror-stricken.
Most of them were of tho
poorer classes and were making great v(.
lorts to save their small belongings. Ex
press wagons and drays were at a pre
mium, l'robably lQO.lKX) people had gath
ered at tao lire and tho police were pow
erlcss to keep them away.
At 9:31 p. in. tho fire department pro
nounced the lire practically under con
trol. The wind had shifted to the south
west, driving the Sanies back over tho
burned area. The limits ot the fire ware
confined to tho houses immediately about
the burned territory. Over 100 families
have lost their homes and ail they pos
sess, a largo number ol horses were
burned in their stables.
' It is not believed that the loss will bo as
great as at first expected. Probably tl
WM.IOJ will cover it. It is nearly a total
loss, however, as, owing to the dangerous
district, insurance rates have been so
high that insurance was almost prohi U-
FATAI. FIRE At MINNEAPOLIS.
Six F.remea Meet Tnerr Datb Beitvy
joss of Property.
MrssKAroua, June i& During a firo
, oa First avenue aouttt last sight six fir
men were killed. The loss to property,
principally McDonald's crockery house,
will be large.
Following are the names of the dead
firemen: Joseph Hay. Walter Richard-
n, Frank Rulalna (lieutenant), John
Uorner, Bert Thomas and an unidenti
fied man, a ino ruber of engine company
No. 14. Several others were seriously in
)ured and It is thought that there may be
still more dead who havo not been extri
cated from under the ruins of the walls
which fell and crushed them.
The seriously icjitred so far as known
arc: Ed Tuitlen (lieutenant) and Cap
tain Cad we! L The property loss consist
ed of the entire demolition of the build
ing occupied by McDonald Bros., dealers
In crockery, chlnaware, glassware, siver
ware and gas fixtures. The building was
31 lour stories brick walls and wooden
Interior framework, and was well stocked.
The fire originated in the boxes and
packing stored in the rear of the build
ing, and was beyond the power of the fire
department to control. At a fow min
utes before midnight the walls fell, ono
side wall falling in and tho other falling
out into the alley where the firemen were
at work. Tho total loss will aggregate
over t-63,CW; insurants, unknown.
COTTLE CASE OF KIDNAPING.
Police nave n Theory as to Who Is the
leader in the Crime.
xSCFFALO, June -"3. Tho police havo
made no arrests in the Cottle ransom case.
The two men who made this respected
and venerablo citizjn their captive for
forty hours have had opportunity to leave
tho city, and presumably have ficd. The
man whom tho police would ba glad to
find, and on whom they, have fixd as tho
author of this kidnnping plot, is a former
resident cf Cincinnati, who somo years
n?o was arrested, tried, and convicted for
violating tho postal laws, lie was sen
tenced to a long term of imprisonment,
but succeeded in escaping and making his
way to Canada, where he eluded pursuit
and extradition. Ko opened negotiations
with Cottle to secure a pardon fur him to
enable him to return to tho United states.
lie wrote tho uttorney that ho had
plenty of money if money was needed to
obtain tho pardon, llus money, esti
mated variously from (o,00i to S17.C00,
wua put in Attorney Cottle's hands, but
ho did not get tho pardon. Tho man re
peatedly wrota expressing regret, then
indignation, finally threatening that if
Cottle did not return tho money or part
of it he would make trouble. But being
a convict lie could not ccmc to tho
United States to sua for it and so, ac
cording to tho police, ho obtained a con
federate in tho person of unothor ex-
convict nnd tho two planned the Job.
Tho police say that tho demand made
upon Cottle was for S.j.OOJ.
KAISER DINED BY K1RKLAND.
American Admiral and Gorman Emperor
llobnou on the New York.
Kiel, Juno 23 Tho dinner given by
Admiral Kirkland and the c.flircrs of tho
United States cruiser New York to Em
peror William was a very successful af
fair. In addition to bis majesty Prince
Henry of Prussia, Admirals von Knorr,
Kocster, Valois, S.-mlen, Plucdmann,
ami Captains Evans, Sumner, S.lepard,
and O'Neill were present. Captain Evans
land previously been authorized to naino
the fastest racing boat of the New York
the Victoria Louise, after tho daughter of
the emperor and empress of Germany, tho
Princess Victoria .Louise, who was born
Sept. 13, 1SU:.
1 ho arrival of Emneror William nnd
his party on board tho New York .was tho
signal for vociferous cheering for tho
princess and the emperor. Admiral Kirk
laud toasted his majesty and in so doing
thnnked him for tho reception accorded
to the united btates warships at Kiel. In
reply the emperor requested Admiral
Kirkland to convey bis thanks to Presi
dent Cleveland for sending tho United
states squadron to tnke part in tho cele
brations in honor of tho opening of the
Kaiser Willie! m canal, nnd expressed
himself as being highly gratified at the
fact that; the Americans were pleased
with their visit. The emperor concluded
his remarks with calliug tor cheers for
NOT MAKING ANY MORE RAIN.
Some Itemirki by l'rank JUelbonrno on
llambuss and "Slcli Like."
CLEVELAND. June 3. Frank Mel
bourne, tho erstwhilo western "Rain
King" whose services were in such urgent
demand in tho west two or three years
ago, is located in this city. In speaking
of hi experience as a rainmaker Mel
bourne admitted that the whole thing
was a humbug and that ho never pos
sessed any more power in that I respect
than any one else, lie says the Ameri
can people liko to bo humbugged, and tho
greater tho fase the easier it is to work it.
Mclbourno made a fortune In the busi
ness and spent it like a prince.
Decided fur the Liberal.
Columbus, O., Juno ai Tho snpremo
court, in tho celebrated cojo growing out
ot tho schism in tho United Brethren
church, and In tha suit e:ii'flol liallcck
Fioyd V3. D. L Kiko, decides in favor of
Kike, who represented tho liberal party,
or the party not opposed to secret sol io
ties. The specific property involved was
tho United Brethren publishing houss at
Dayton, valuod at feiJO.OjO. The decis
ion, however, has a wider scops and
practically settles to which faction all of
the church property in tho stats belongs.
Historical Treo down Over.
Ur-PER Sandusky-, O., Juns i3 The
sycamore tiec in which Colonel Crawford
and a few of his soldiers took shelter the
night preceding his fatal battle with the
Indians iu tho war of 1S1J was blown
over during a storm. It w a largo tree,
next to tho largest this side of California,
and was once hollowed out by the Indians
so that it would easily accommodate
Fin de Siecle Moral Iteforo..
Topeka, Kas., Juno S3 All the min
isters of Washington, Kas., preached
against the half desan saloons running
there on Sunday night, and tho keepers
were given ono week to leave town.
They have been wurned that the church
people will proceed to smash their fix
tures with axes if the dives are not closed
Games on the Baal Field.
CHICAGO, June 2i After beating Pitts
burg three straight and obtaining, third
place in the League base ball list Chi
cago's colts wont to Cleveland and let the
experts there" beat them 4 to a, while
Pittsburg bo.it St Louis 9 to 4 at Pitts
burg; at Cincinnati Louisville 3, Cin
cinnati i. Other games postponed by
run ana wet groanas. t
Xew York FiuanclsL
New Yons. Jun3 C7.
Money on call comtiad 1 iJ par ce.it.
Priie mercantile p?J- 2iii pjr cent,
feterung exchan,re dad, easier, with actual
bnjinej is banker' bui at 4bi'-i j.tS for
demar.d and tsS.HiSKisi fr sixty d iy pjst-l
rates 4sai.-to ud iJJtbVJJ.-a: co.uuioroud
Sdvercerii.lcatis6i'sia s tUi I 1Jk). bxr
silver. OC.-g. Mex;t;uu U 1 u-j
United Sia:es euro mne it o. uji steady:
new 4". ie; l-J'i. do. oa.ioas. lU: as
r?g., Ilevs: A couoaj, l.G'i: 4's r g . Hi; 4'
coupons, 113 i: 2 re ;., !; l'itilj 0's ot Jj
Chicago Grain and Pro lac.
Chicago, June -7.
Following were the qaatatioat oa the
Bot.I of Trade today: kVUcat J one,
opened Jli. clujtd 7a-: July, ojwaed 7
closed 71c: fseptanib-r. opened :?. eU-etd
73c COrn J una. nominal, closo 1 4: He;
Jur. urn-net 4756?, elic-l 47c; Septi'm'jor,
opened iS?jc, cios-l 4:-?ii- Oats J cue. opcaod
&i!6c. rLd ssJac: Juiy. opue I S.iVic, looed
10; Septoaiber, opsu ii dic cUwl 1'j'kC
1'ork June, nominal, closol 5!;.l."'j: Jniy,
opened $12 3 closed, lttTJi. Lard Juno
KQiniuaL closoa t i.0 i.
iroduee: Butter Ex:ra croimery, 17c
per lo; extra uuiry, 1 ; packing utoei,
tilOz. Esss Fre-h stock. 1js 'J, 10-nor
duzoa. Live poultry H.niu,' caicxeai, 1JJ
Ids per lb.; lisns, W'. t;: rjtjr , 0c; tur
keys. 7vis0: Uueks, Mt'3:; gmo, Si.uil.01
1 cr dux. Potatoes New. 7 sjlU per bu.; old,
3it.c blrowiifrriei U ic o LSi S 0J
per ltfjt. cae. lilackberries, Illinois, Sl.Ui
ler -1-qt. cae. Apples J-VJl.jJ
per Mil. Hone,- Whito clover, l-.b soc
iocs, nsw stocx, JJ: Jlte; browa roma, 1J.J
lc: dark com o, pjjr pacxaiii. tic; strained
Cliicaso Llvo tocjc.
Live Stcx:k Friers at th j Unio i St ek yardi
today ranged zn t .Hoa-: II jrs fcl4titnatd
receipts for the daj t..i;i. silui rmclat
:l.3),l i". pigj. Si.l'iWLSJ light, 4uOL(,l.;i
rou-'h pa-:klr- Jl.Ull.lll mixed, aad fLbii
6.UI heavy iiat ki is aud a iim:a j lots.
Cattle Estnnat.-d :ec.iiH for tun day,
P,'OU: quotatioai r.inga 1 t S'l.oniV'J. choice
to extra thiopia; Bt;e.-i, l.'j.J)il cool to
choice d) , tl.l 'iiil.'jl tir t n )l, SL7 i!ll.2i
cininmou to nicdiiim di, $J.Vjf-l.'i but:lir.'
steers. S'J 5 ijj i li to-k'!r. 9 !."JJ &l. 1 f owdora,
f L7d3 l cows. Slm heifjrs, fiSiijAS
LuiU i;.GJi,L4l Text suors, i)JJ-j)
8'o.cop Estimato 1 ro -eipts f jr tho day r.lff);
sales ranged at $'2.3tLi wenoras, 5l.il
S.io Texuui, ii.7iiH.lJ u i.ivei, aad iVJi,i.U.
The l ocal Markets,
llay T tnpOy, Ija2?.14r ap'anrt. ia
wUd. .5aS9; elouga 1 7&1 9; baled. 1314
rnriT axi VKaETAnLss.
Potatoes tl. 10.
Ocions 30c per ba
Bn"er Fair to choice, IS -.; fresh cream,
E-'s Fresh, :0o.
Poultry Cliickuiu), 7c.
Cattle -Butchers piy for e -rn fed steers
3Mfi5;; cows and Lclfurs, SJJ4 ; calves
Bering luiiu, J iCldSl. a h ad.
Coal -?oft. 10c
W ood .1.50 per cord.
m0SZ I M M ft M ftWfi
. '. .
Reader, did you ever take Simkons
LlVEIt ItEGCLATOR, the "KlNO OF
Livek Medicines ?" Everybody needs
take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or
diseased liver that impairs digestion
nnd causes constipation, when the waste
that 6hould be carried off remains in
the body and poisons tho 'whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is duo to a
torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion aro all liver
Iisea3e3. Keep tho liver active by an
occasional dosoof Simmons Liver Reg
ulator and you'll get rid cf theso trou
bles, and give tone to the wholo sys
tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Ivejjulator is better than Pills. It
does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly
refreshes and strengthens.
Kvery package has tho Red Z
stamp m tli? wrapper. J.- II.
Zeiliu & Co., Philadelphia.
Wines and Liquors.
1616 and 1618 Third Ave
WE&X MEM MAGE ViSCROUS.
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Bold by Hart Cllemeyer at r. n Thon
B WES TEE.
rVtwiosale Duaiar std Importer of
Castoria is Dr. Samnel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morplrino nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless pubstitnfo
for Paregoric, Drops, Sooth in j; Syrupff, aad Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its gtiarantco is tliirfy years use l-y
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
fcTcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind. Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cares constipation and flatulency
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Castoria Is aa excellent medicine for chil
dacn. Mothers have repeatedly toll me ot its
good effect upon their children."
Da. O. C Osgood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children cf
which I am acquainted. I hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers will consider tiio real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which aro
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their turoaS, thereby ""l'"g
them to premature graves."
Dc J. F. KrxenELOC
Tho Centaur Company, T7
" CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs. Walsh & Walsli, Specialists
rcrmancntly located in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Proicsjor in two of Chicago's
leading midical colleges.
Acknowledged by the Kcjicil Profession, Acknowledetd by the 1'rcii", Acknowledged by
all as tte World's Grra'.cft and Only Success! al Specialists in Chronic. Ncrvons, Trivata aud
bar(,Val Diseases of both sexes.
CONSULTATIOX FEET.! PROMPT AND PERMANENT CUKES!
ELECTRICITY scientifically ap
plied, neivon. debility, log. manhood, exlianstivo
drain., iiielitlosse.flcfective memory, llire&t ned
inranity, 'loss of will power, menial delusions,
WOMEN 611(161-100; from diseases of
lh. w.nt, .1 ..- t,!., .1 ,K. . 1. 1.1
t k)i!i tin) if m. paipit.tlon of the heart, dyspepsia,
or anv diveascs pern liar to the .ex. should call
on the great specialist and get an opinion on her
cise free of charge.
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Best of references and credentials. If yon can
not call, write. Hundreds cured by mail.
The nraises we have received for our remarkable skill In rnrmt? eaea elvcn nn aa linnnlpt bv all
has comjicHcd tin to uen -hit. ir.can in order to tii.'e thfiotpc a well as the medical prulcion the
nerctlt of our knew ltdire of medicine and our lrimitahle akill in ihn ertt.f furmrr. Hcmi-mbcr your
family phyvician is always welcome to see ciieala. We are wtllinx lo.pread our knowledee
and show onr akill. and we fcl jitiilv proud of the daily roticratula'ions wa receive from the medi
cal prefeseion for the advanced medical and surgical literature we have written.
124 EST THIRD STREET.
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J M Buronn. Prc!dent.
,Tohk Ciu oaiuii, Vies President.
P CiHitKiWALT, Cashier,
Beean bnslness Jnlvx. IbtsX and orenry the
S. M. cor. Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
JOBK M. PARIUOS. UMB A. PARIOOsI
PilRIDOIff & SON
Painters and Decorators
FATES EA2TQS&3, ets.
SEOP, 419 SfiTsatMnth St., ECCZ 1ZLL1TD. ILL.
8E1VERS & ANDERSON
CONTRaCTORS and BUILDERS.
All kinds of etrpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
l am a r "
fi back fal.k r(w tm fmlc
For tale bj Ilartz & Ullemcjer. SOI
" Castoria fa so well adapted to cldUren that
I recommend it as aupcrior to any prascripUcn
known to me."
IT. A. AacnKR.lL D..
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
Our physicians in ths children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outsido practice with Castoria,
and although wo only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet wo are free to confess that the.
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
Uxiteo IIosrrraL and DtsrnrsiaT,
Allxx C Surra, JVrs.,
Murray Street, Kew York City.
DR. J. E. WAIH,
tale of C hicaco, formerly Sargeou In-Chi. f of
r-t A ui lion j " Uo.pital.
CATARRH, Bronchitis, Asthma,
early ronrump'loa. Kticnmatlem, Ncnralirla,
Py.ii"P-lit. r fuia. Syphilis and all blood, liver
and kidney disease.
RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula, Hydro
reV and Vaiicocclc cured bythe Utcet and most
DON'T submit lo a surpioal opera
tion without c n-nUinff ns. Kcmcmbcrour lung
hospital exier i nce limbics ns to save a life
wLerootlicrs fi 1.
SURGICAL npcrations performed
at jour homo when desired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a specially.
DAVENPORT - IOWA
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Incorporated Under the
C F Lyndo,
It I Hull.
Pi II Mlbhell,
J at Uut'.rl,
Jacxsoa A Ili-mrr, Solidlors.
General tohbinff don on short notice
and satisfaction (uaraatead
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