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THE ABGU8, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1895.
FOR GENERAL. SUfMji
BLACKING APPLIED AND
POUSHED WITH A BRUSH"
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
.THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
JmcAro, rock island pacific
Railway Ticket, ran he porrh1 or nn
rtsre clieefc.d at K I it P Twentieth aueet depot
"r C K I A P depot corner Fifth avenue and
f lilrty-srst street, Frank Jl. rlnmmer, Apent.
Sis. 1 Ww,
Denver Limited ACmab..
Ft. Worth, Denver K.C..
Omaha A De Koines
lOmata & Minneapoli
Omaha Dea'Motnes .Ex...
Omaha & Minneapolis Ex..
Ienver, Lincoln A Omaha...
ft. Paul ft Minneapolis
Denver, Ft. Worth A K.C..
IKaneaa City A St. Joseph,
lllock Island A Washington.
l 'blcairo A Dei Moiuot
Kock Island Smart Acorn..
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Arrival. t Departure. tDnliy.excciitSanday.
AU other dally. Telephone Via.
BTJRLrNfJTOIl KOUTK-C.. B. A 0. BAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street. It. J. Young, event.
Ct. Lonts Kxprcss 7 .Warn 7:."lpra
St. Louis Express 7:4" jm 6:55 am
Sterilne;, DulmqueaSt. Paul t !:) pm; T:f.o am
ltesrdstown Passenger I !!:5i)pm 11:15 am
Ht-rllng. imliiiqneA st.Panl t 7.55 m M:0im
Dally. tDallj except Sunday.
(""'niCAGO. MILWACKKK ST. PACL
Railway Racine A Seuthwedem Division
Depot Twvntieth itrmt between First and
Socond avenue. B. D. W. FTr.tnii a. A?ent.
: LCAVm. I ARRIV4
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8 1. Paul Express !
Freight and Aceommrdut'ti.j
T:00 am :flpra
4:a pan 11 :) am
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Duily except Sunday.
ock Island a Ff.oria Uailwat
Depot Firt Avcrne and Twentieth ftreet.
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1'ioria Stlouis Hail z...
Peoria Acrom. Freiirht
fable (via Shtrr.irU) Accoiu.
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Pnscnt:i'r trail; leave 1'.. U. I. & I". (Moline
nveiiuc) depot five (5) mlnntc earlier than time
Kiven. Triune marked daily, all other trulus
dally except Surday.
3UKI.INOTON, CEDAB RAPIDS A
orthern iiaUway, depot foot of Brady
Ktrect, Davenport. Ja. Morton, uen. Tk't A
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Daily. bUaiiy except hnnaav. tUoine north.
t"olrJK Month and cnat. Ko. 18 runs between
(Ittdar -taplds and West Ij'beitj.
Inaugurated April 21
Lv liork I land
f It 1 A r Depot
I.v ltork Inland....,
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4 10 r.m 8 05 am
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
UOCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train lcavin-: Uock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Tckin, Hav
ana. Springlifld and Litchfield.
Lines east of l'eoria carry through
coaches and slrcpinjj cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Cicn. Ticket Agent.
W. JYOUNG, JR.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Bull, a!a?ter; L. B. SllTsa, Clerk.
Leaves Bock Inland for VnwaUne. New
Ho ton. Kcithaburrt, Vqaawka, and liur
And Friday, at 4:30 r. m.
Rice room and good meal. Kpcc'el ratr
to parties of five r saore who via 10
a.aie tbe round trip. The Younx his
been tot recently purchMed aeddttrd
ne for ltd trade, and I n turpaned by
anything oa the liiisippi for elegante
GEORGE LAMOST A SOS. Agents.
Diamond Jos Lin Wareboatc.
iirx' i 'i,' n,.. -
FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
APPUED AND POUSHED WITH A CLOTH
Morse Bros. Props.Cuton.Mass,USA.
Wholesale Grocers. Kock Island
B. d. coimnj.T.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
OfSce second Boor, oyer Mitchell A Lyndof
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Island National Bk building.
a. s. swxixzr.
O. L. WAXfXB.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Connccllors at Law
Office In Bengston'a Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lecral hnnlness or all kimls promptly attondej
to. state's Attorney of Itock Island connty.
Ofllce. t-ostoKce bloc k.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan monny on yood suenrlty; mace collec
t'crtK. Kefrunce. Ikircbell A Lvnde, banker.
Oriloo, Postomi Ulock.
Drack &- Kernr,
Architects and Superintendents.
Room TMCA Building, cor Third avenoe
and Nineteenth street.
Edward S Ham matt,
SI Whltaker building, Davenport, la.
Geo. P. Stauduhar,
Plana and imperlctendene) for all clasa of
Buildings. Room P3 and 65, alltchell A Lynde
Building-. Take elevator.
Dr. W. H. Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear,.
Nose and Throat.
Crflce In Treeman's new boilrtlnsr, comer Sev
enteenth street and Ib'.ra avennv, ltoek Island.
Telephone No. Ham.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Offico, Whlttaker Block, southwest corner
Third and Brady streets, Davenport, Iowa
lioome 17 and 13. Honrs: S to 11 a. m.,1 to I p.m.
. m. HOUOWXtlSO, . D.
. a. BABTS, a, D.
Drs. Barth & HollowbTish,
Physicians and Surgoon.
Offlco 40S2lrd st. Telephone lorn
Dt, Barth Dr, KollowbuBh
8 to 10 a.m. I 10 to 12 a. m,
1 to x and 7 to 8 p. m, I I to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
W. A. Darling,
Itoom 4. alltchell A Lynde's building.
R. II. Pear co,
Room 29 and 81 In Mitchell A Lynde's i
Bnlidhng. Take elevator
mm mi boohs
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc, may
ba obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper Hoass.
For Lndles From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days Fgr Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. a.
to 11 a. n. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time dnnng busineKs hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
; to tff 9trfTnrt9
ments in part "paymect Ir tv bltfh vrmd Acxne
bUyUo. waich wo cr.& tbeai oo approvmlT No
work done until ilia bicjcle arrlTe uia miw
Young Ladies "rt
If bOTsorairls atp"y they smat tie wsAijeom
Bk aOod. W rite for pirUcuian.
ACME CYCLE COilPANY,
Dr. Buchanan Receives a Fatal
ELAET BEATS AITEE 57 SECONDS.
Current Turned oa Full Force for 23 Sec
end More and the Victim of the Law Is
Ueelared Past Uumaa Help Question
Whether tbe Death Chair la Fatal
Seems Settled Story of tbe Crime for
Which He Suffered.
Xew York, July 6. Dr. Buchanan
notwithstanding tin situation lato Suu
dny night that indicntod a further respite
was placed in the electric chair at Sins
Sing prison about 11 a. m. yesterday and
was pronounced dead in exactly eighty
F 'conds. The exact time when the button
was touched and tho lightning struck tho
doctor was 1 1 :2C Between the death cell
whlchDr.Buchananoccupiel Sunday night
and tho execution room there is a space of
but threo foot, separated by a heavy wood
and iron door. From this door to the
death chair is fire feet more, and as Buch
anan sat on the edge of tho iron cot in his
shirt sleeves he could hear tho guards ar
ranging tho room and Electrician Davis
getting his wires ready. When the timo
came he walked into tho death chamber
without a tremor and without; a word
and sat down in the chair.
Went to Death vcith lii Eyes Closed.
Among tho witnesses was Baron A.
Schlippcnbach, Russian vica consul at
New York; several physicians from New
York and near by points, and the usuaV
number of newspaper men. Buchanan's
last act before entering tho death cham
ber was to slinks hands with Warden
Sngo and bid him gooU-byo. The con
demned man had his eyoj closed when he
entered the execution room and did not
acain open them. Warden Sago said
afterward that liurluimn Buffered from
an affectum of tli 9 eyes and tho sudden
liffht alter ic.-.ving Uio darkened room in
which ho had keen conliucd might have
blinded him. Ii may havo been, how
ever, that Buchanan did not wish to face
tho witnesses, or to see tho chair in which
ho was to dio. After ho had taken his
sent in the chair ho fat motionless with
closed eyes and appeared almost uncon
scious ot what was going on about him.
I ITct of the Lightning Stroke.
As tho electrician pressed tho button
the body in the chair gave a sudden, con
vulsive movement, which straiued tho
straps by which be was bound, und re
mained motionless. Tho only outward
iudications of the effect ot the current
were tho heightened color of tho face, due
to tho rush of blood to tho head, and a
slight burning of the right leg where it
was in contact with tho electrode. The
current was nppHel at first at the full in
tensity of 1,71 J volts mid attar sovon sec
onds was reduced to 400 volts, whero it re
mained for fifty second.-?, when it was
turned off. The physicians immediately
sought tor cvdenu3 ot life, and after a
hurried eximiuaUo:! announced that
Buchanan was not dead.
Uia Heart Was Still Dentins.
They wero able to detect a slight palsa'
tion cf tho heart. There was a gasping
sound from the throat, such as has been
observed in other cases, and 13 attrib
uted to tho sudden expulsion of uir from
the lungs. Electrician Davis again gave
the signal and tho current was turned on
ut full force. It was not reduced this
tirup, but was held nt 1,710 volts for
twen.y-threo seconds. Tho current was
again turned off and this time tho victim
was pronounced dead.
STOUY OF lilCIIANAVS CIUME.
Divorcee Hie First Wife to Marry Another
Woman and Muiders Iter.
t Robert W. Buchanan, who was born in
Scotland, Oct. 17, 1SS.'. began business as
a drug clerk in Halifax, X. S , shortly
after be had left school. During his stay
in Halifax he devoted all his spars time
to the study of medicine and was credited
with being ambitious. When ho was lit
tlo over SI years of ego ho was graduated
from the Col lego of Physicians and Sur
geons in Chicago with fair distinction
and returned to Halifax. There he met
Miss Helen B. Patterson, a girl ot good
family, and they wero uiarried. Buchan
an, not satisfied with hhi Chicago diplo
ma, then went with his wife to Kdinburg
lor a courso nt that city's celebrated uni
versity. While In Edinburg Mrs. Bu
clianan gave birth to a daughter, who
wus nompd Otcrtrude. I ho doctor and
his family came to this city in 1&37. As
he had no acquaintances or friends here
his debts accumulated and ho picked up
some companions, with whom he drank a
His wifo in 1SJ0 left him, the doctor talk
ing charge of the littlo girl. Ho then be
came nt.qu anted with Aunio Sutherland,
who lived nt 371 Ilalsoy street, Newark,
X. J., and secured a divorce from his first
wifo in 189J and shortly afterward mar
ried the Newark woman. Tho ceremony
was performed by Rev. D. W. Imsk. of
that city. Wifo Xo. 2 signed a will in tho
doctor's favor, two of his companions.
McCombcr and D irris, beinj witnesses to
tbe document, loo woman was wealthy
but old enough to bo Buchanan's mother
and he passed her cS as a wealthy widow
who Insisted on being his housekeeper.
They lived at 367 West Eleventh street.
this city, and Buchanan continued his
professional duties thero with a fairly
This state of things did not last long.
as Buchanan soon becan indulging heav
ily In drink, as well ns paying attentions
to other women. Quarrels oecame fre
quent, and while intoxicated tho doctor
said ho would get rid of tho "old hag."
She had threatened to go back to New
ark, and this enraged Buchanan, lie
was beard to say that It would ba an easy
matter for a doctor ' to "dump ' his wile.
Another statement he made to two
friends was: "Carlylo Harris was a fool.
He could have covered his tracks if 'he
had been smart." He gave it out in April,
liihJ, that he and his wife were going to
Scotland. On tho 2Jd day of that month.
while preparations wero being made to
move from their house,, tho woman sud
denly took sick after eating a hearty
breakfast and a doctor was called in.
Buchanan lied to him and said his wife
had kidney trouble. Tbe visiting physi
cian said that she was suffering from hys
teria and prescribed for her. Buchanan
was seen to administer two spoonfuls of
some medicine to her. Oa tbe following
evening, April 23, Airs. Buchanan died
while Buchanan was out on a professional
call. At the funeral Buchanan laughed
and joked with thoso who accompanied
him to the cemetery and a good deal of
liquor was consumed on the way home
He did rant inform, the woman's relatives
ot herdsath, nor was any notice of it pub
lished In the newspaper. Bachnnan then
started on a prolonged debauch and tol l
his friends that the dead woman had left
himtlO.OW Early in May he went to
Halifax and on the 1(5: h of that month,
twenty-threo days after his second wife's
death, bo was secretly re-married towifo
No. 1 at Windsor. X. S. Hi then returned
to this city with her and installed her at
the Hotel Hamilton as Mrs. Fraser.
These facts became public and then the
doctor became frightened. He kept on
drinking and spread tho report that the
deceased woman was addicted to tho
morphine habit. In a burst of confidence
he said to one of his chums: "1 wish to
God I had cremated her, then tho news
papers and the authorities could go
ahead." Ho grew more restless and
nervous every day and frequently con
fided to his friends that he would rnn
away. He was very much afraid that tho
authorities would have tho body exnumca
and visited tho gr.ivj to see if it had been
tampered with. Tho very men who ac
companied him to tho cemetery and in
whom bo was confiding wero nt this timo
working for his arrest. His fears wero
soon realized. Juno 5, a littlo over six
weeks after it was interred, the body was
taken up and a careful autopsy was hold.
COSTS 830,000 TO cos Tier niM,
And Store Than Two Years to Carry Oat
the Seutence of Death.
The following day Buchanan was ar
rested and committed on a charge of mur
der. The trial, which was very sensa
tional, was beguu March 23, 13J3. It cost
the county about J3J.0JJ. Lawyers
Brooke, O' Sullivan & Brooke, Davison &
Knight defended tho doctor, and arrayed
against them were District Attorney Nic
oll and Assistants Wellman and Osborne.
The trial lasted six weeks and April -'3,
having deliberated for two days, tho jury
returned a verdict of "guilty." Sentcnco
was deferred until Aug. 14, when Kecord
cr Smyth sentenced Buchanan to death
by electricity, tbe extrcmo penalty to bo
curried into effect during tho week be
ginning Oct. a, 13. A stay of execu
tion was secured on an appeal, but Feb.
of this year tho court of appeals sus
tained the conviction.
Buchanan was brought down from
Sing Sing Friday, March :J, and Recorder
GolT resentenced him to dio in tho clcctrio
chair during tho week beginning April
Hi An appeal was made :to tho United
States supremo court at Washington on
tho ground that Buchanan was robbed of
his constitutional rights, owing to one of
tho jurors having had an attack ef de
lirium after tho caso hal been submitted.
This appeal was overruled by the supremo
court Wednesday, April 17. The law
yers then asked tho B.-Uish ambassador,
Sir Julian l'aunecfotc, to interfere, as
Buchanan was a British subject, but Sir
Ilanged for Killing a Conductor.
HELENA, Mont., July 2. Clay Pugh
was hanged at Bouldor, thirty miles from
Helena, for tho murder of Chauncey W.
West, a conductor on tho Montana Union
railway. Tho tragedy occurred near But
tec, on Oct. 5 last. Pugh was stealing a
rido on West's train and tho conductor
put him off. As West swung around to
tlgnal the engineer to gj ahead Pugh
shot him twice in the back.
GOT A REFLY FROM ROME.
Methodist Minister Who Want fteligioui
Liberty in South America.
Milwaukee, July 2. The seventy-fivo
Methodist ministers and their wives, of
Chicago, who camo to Milwaukee on tho
whaleback Christopher Columbus, held a
meeting on board tbe boat in relation to
tho disabilities of Protestants in South
American countries. Tho Chicago Metho
dist ministers on April 2, 1SJ1, appointed
a committee- to invite tho pope's attention
to tho fact that, In brief, there is no re
ligious liberty for Protestants in Poru,
Ecuador and Bolivia, cither as to tbo pro
fession of faith or tho right of marriago,
nnd request his holiness to secaro for
these Protestants "tho samo liberty of
conscience that Is enjoyed by Roman
Catholic citizens of this country."
Letters were written to Archbishop Ire
land, Monsignor Satolli and finally to
tho pope himself, but no reply was re
ceived until recently, uud the reply was
road at the meeting above-mentioned. It
is a letter from Cardinal Oibbons. dated
Rome, June 14, and says that he had re
ferred tho matter to the cardinal secre
tary of state, who writes that the state of
affairs complained of is "solely dependent
upon tho civil laws in force in Peru,''
etc, but nevertheless ho has written to
tho apostolic delegate!, in tho said repub
lics "for precise information concerning
the laws which affect" Protestants.
The Crowd Was with Itryan.
Mobile, Ju'y V. Es-Congrcssraan
Bryan, of Nebraska, and Representative
Clarke, of Alabama, had a joint debate
hero on the silver question last night, in
the courso of which Bryan took umbrago
nt Clarke's denunciation of his Democracy.
Bryan had the crowd with him and they
applauded vigorously as he 'proceeded to
score tho Alabama congressman. He said
he would rather Uio in his tracks than
support tho Democratic party if it adopted
a gold standard.
Bnford Mounuient Dedicated
Gettysburg, Pa., July 2. Tho formal
dedication of the Buford monument took
place in the presence of a large gather
ing of civic and military organizations.
The war department, the state of Penn
sylvania, the West Point class of lolS.
of which Buford was a luombr; tho stall
of General Reynolds, who was killed at
Buford's side, and the various commands
with which Buford was identified wero
present. Tbe ceremonies opened with an
oration by General J. II- Wilson.
.Radical M. tV Outline Their Idea.
Lokoo", July 2. Tho Radical mem
bers of parliament hava bald a msa ting
and issued a manifesto In tho shape of a
campaign document. It asserts that the
"will of the pcopla is overridden by tho
insolent opposition of irresponsible here
ditary legislators," and demands the do
mocratization of parliament by relieving
tbe candidate of the costs of election, tho
payment of members and tbe abolition of
the legislative power of tho house of lords.
New Yobk, July 3. Tho German shoot
ing societies of America paraded tho
streets of this city on the occasion of the
assembling cf the National Scheutxen
bund. The UUlenaiasa ia Montana.
Butte, July 2 Gainbdng as a licensed
institution in Montana ceased to exist at
midnight Jane 3J and Sunday every gam
bling house in Butte had closed up.
New York Financial.
New Yobk. July 1.
Sfcney on call oisy nt li Psr caat.
Priio mereaatile papar SaJJ P-r rent.
blurUng ex-hanje s;ealy with actual
buuaets in banken' bills at 4S'J-s lil-t'M for
demand sad 4!siJ9 for sixty d y: pjstj.1
ratua 4Sv , uud 4JiUl.-4; c-iaiuiercud
S.lver certificates 07: sales lW bar sil
ver, 1 054. Ilex. e. in do lar li:4-
United State govo nmcat nl strong;
new i" ie.s.. JSJT4. do. coui'ons. 14: as
reg- liOJi: i coupoas. l.fi!-a: 4- r -g . U-; t's
coupons, 112.H; s' ro.. va Pacido 'a of Vi
- Chicago Grain and Produce.
CnicAOO, July 1.
Following wore tha oiot-ationi ou tbe
Bo rJ of Trado io.!ai Wheat-July,
opecol 7.H9". rIj.dC94c: Scptemb-r. opened
;-S, ch-s.'d l.y;cmb'r,.Mn-d .J-.ekMod
?as;,. Corn-j"; ly, oi-nel 47'4C- cl et
op-nod itr-sc. cuia-d 3M& Oats J''r- o;nne-l
'4C, i-1m.i1 W:: Au :nt, orK-ue t 21-V-, cl.- d
Si----: Scptoai-wr. oia ! -Vljs. cl-xwl 2tis.
Hors Ju.y, ot-enrd SI !.47Js. clo-x-J SIS. Hi;
S-p:cmbjr. opvunl - doU SIA 1-ard
July, oj-en-ji Sd.tiV, closed j.8Ji
.Produce: liuttor Extra creimery, 17e
per lb; extra dairy. Ik-: Iiieiiia stock,
es. EjisFrc h stock. kuaoX l.543W5je Pr
dozen. Live poultry 3.irinj cliicioa. 14(4
17c per lb.; h -n-, 1):: ro.wters c; tur
keys, 7$e; ducis, ndHVic; g-e-. Sl.onai.Ul
per doi. lVtatuoi Sew. aS) por bu.;
Mmwuerrlci i;,c.a SL2 '$ ) Jr
lli-qr. casi. liiaoihj.rioj, Illinois, i.Jd
Q2.4!) per -'l-qt. case. Ap;iles-l-)iil.W
per- bbl. Houo. Vhiio clover, l-.b soc
ions, now stocs, lju,t'l-4; brjwa com. HA
12c; dark coni'j, pojr pacia iJi, Sc; atriUao I
Califoruli, Hi "c.
Chicago Liva Stock.
Chicago. July L
Live Stock-Prices at th Uai 1 St ick yarlt
louar ranged a, f llovs: IlJiS Citi uatd
receipts for the -day sa.-itt. siloi ramrsd at
a.j0.:u pi,;, t.n)v6"0l Ihrht, etiUdl-tti
rouvh pa-king. Ki fol.'ii mixd, aad il.'iJi
&.1 j heavy packiax aad s iijipia j iota.
Cattle Estimated leceipU for tho day.
15.UU. quetalijj, rnn no J at S.5ift" choice
to extra chi.ipiar staori, .' Ai. sooi to
choicu dj., tLijil.'JI fair t itJJl, ti.J.il.3
c .mmm to iu-di 1 a dj, S-lii-iXSI bnt-;n-rj'
steers. SliJ-Uli -tockor. Si.il Al l ' femlors,
Sl.TttiiS Ml cow J.'. 'UK tiltl hcifurs. ii'3.
bulls. S.'.Oij,!.!) Texts stoi.. S2.ihAi.ii
Sheep E-limat-'l ro;oipti for thodiy 17.IH0;
sales raaeci at S-3IA--23 wester as. 1J
at'a Texaus, Sl.ijALlU native and HM Ai-iii
The a-ocal MarkeU.
I!ay 1 inn'l y, $l3i14: nplani. :9t1S;
wild, S7.Maj9, (lo'jgh t'ulA'i; baled $ul14
ritrrr and veoetacles.
Potatoes 1. 10
Ooioiis 30c per bn.
Bur Fair tr choice, 15:; fresh cream,
Eps Fresh, pi .
Poultry -Curiae is, 7c.
Cnt'ic Butchers pty for corn fed steers
3S(1.5.; cows and heifers, ; calves
Hops - 4Wc
Spring huuo, 2 iG4$4. h ad.
Coal -Soft. 11.
Wood S3.50 per cord.
TI10 S::li:m.;ii (lioldin np a vellum
bau:ul brochure) Thoprico tif this book
iivs. Nuricli Nonsense! You caii't
iiil..c npiu t'-.o in tliut way. Why, n
minute a:o yiin offered 1110 n book twioo
tho size for (1.00. Chieuco Record.
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Mv wife need "MOTHERS' FRIEND" be
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lieved sullerliij; but little no pcius aluirwaxu
recover, rapid. JOHNSTON, Eufala, Ala.
CF8ent by SInilor Kxprew. on receiptor price,
S1.4MS per bottle, hook "To MoUu.-rn''auuii-d ti-uu.
BiiADFiELD KblUULATOB CO.. ATLANTA, GA
Sold by sULOruszlsts.
Estate of Calvin Trucrdala, deceased.
The nndernicned having been appointed exrn
trix of the lart will ari l Kotnmentof Calvin
Truofdile, late of the couniy of Kock If land, state
or lllinolis ileceasru. Hereby frlvcKitotice thai she
will appear before the county court of Kock It-land
county, at the oillre of tbe cK rk of ssid coart, in
fie riiy of Bock Island, at tbe Augu-t term, on
the first Monday in Auensr, next, at which time
all pertons bavinz cluiiu ajrainH aid eela'e are
liotiaed and requefUd to attend, for the purjiose
of having; the sumc adjusted.
All persons indebted to said rsfate are reaues
ted to ma&e immediat pamcct to the under
signed. Dated this 14th day of Jane. A. D 1&3;.
CUAULOTTE M. TBIE5DALK, Executrix.
A iilW. n i.&ria s!rd rtu rulVc ftir mffe
i in-tioo. Now Ksjtl by cyvt B9,O03
l:4irn monthly. Inviirnrmtes tlion
oravna. HtmmrevC lotltatlana. uim
ratwr. $i rr box. or tra Lo 8cn
lanle in pIMn vrrtpper. Serxl ic la
(.rainp3lor prtlni1ars. t14 br sLsaral
lru-lr Addrmn- Ptflfk far"(rAi
' A50ClATI0tla CLicaOi lii.
ta'.d byHa'U A CHcmcyeraad T. n.Thomas.
1 MlHlll,MHIffiL"J"'',IU-tJt-t1- -' "TIHIllff ISIILmilllLtuHUU
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY ysuarV obsorvation of Caatorist with tno patretssico f
tnillloyis of persona. pirmH tta to rppak of It withont enwdsg.
It la smqqestlonably tho hn.t renmdy for Infants and Childrem
the world has ewer lraow. It Is karadsaa. Childmst HVei ft. It
Kivea them health. It -will nave their Uvea. In it Mother liava
ssnstMnx whichjia haelntely aeXe atatsl prmctioally yrrfct ar a
Caatorio deatrey Wewna.
Caateria sjlaya FoTerlahaieaa.
Cnstoria prewenta vomitiTig Sear Card.
Castoria enrea PiArvhcBe. end Wind CoUa.
Cnstoria roHewee Teething Trenhlea.
Caatoria enrea Constipation and natnlency.
Caatoria central ire the effect ef earhonie acid gaa er polsonons stir,
Caatoria does not contain morphine, opinm. cr other narcotie property.
Caatoria aaaimilatea tho food, rrynlates the stomach and howola,
givins healthy aad nrttpml sleep.
Caatoria Is pnt up in ona-sire bottles only. It la ot sold in hnlfc.
Don't al!Tr any eno to aell yon anything c-lae on the plea or promts'!
that it ia "jnat aa pwd" and "will answer ewery pnrpose.w
See that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.Walsli & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa.
VIX. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly tTnlcal I'toicsor in twoof Cldca;o'
leading medical colleges.
Acknowledged liy t'ic Ki dical Profecfion, Ac'.nnwleilued by the Frees, Acknowledged by
all as tbe World's Gn-a c?t and Only Successfal Specialists in Chronic Ncrroas, Privata aad
tnrsial Diseases of bMh sexes. (
COXSCLTATIOX IltEE! I'itOMl'T ANI) PEKMAXENT Cl'KES!
ELECTRICITY scientifically ap
plied, ncivoea dubility, los manhood, exfiaUKtivc
drains, night Iukm-s. defective memnrv. threat n-d
imunity, lo c-f will power, menial delusions,
WOMEN suffcrinf; from diseases of
tbe womb, ovaries, bladder, kldooys, nervous
exhaustion, palpitation of tho heart, dyspepsia,
or any diseases peculiar to the sex. should call
on tbe great iecialit and get an opinion on her
ccse free of charge.
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Best of references and credentials. If yon can
not call, write. Ilnndreds cured by mail.
The praises we have received for onr remarkable skill in carlnr cac riven nn a hopeless by all
has compelled u to u?n his neacstn order to give th pt-i;i!c a- Aell as the medical profession the
iieLefit of our kuo ltdee of medicine and our lnim:tmtl- i.kiil in lite art of surgery. Kememher your
family physician is alwavs welcomo to see ua (:eriite. We are willina 10 spread our knowledge
and show our skill, and c feel justly proud of the nuily onuratulatl3ns we receive from the medi
cal pretension for tbe advanced medical and turgical literature wc Lave written.
124 WEST THIRD STREET.
Rock Island j
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Heal E state Security.
J M Brmnn. President.
Johm Cm ka cmi. Vice President.
P (j keek a walt. Cssbier,
npnn business July 2. 1890. aad wmnt Him
S. K. cor. UltchtiU Lynde's new building.
JOHN M. PARIDOJf. j
PAPE2 Sir3I2S;CL3:n2SlI3. etc.
All kinds of
Office and Shop 721
For sale bj Harts A Ifemeyer, 301
la on ewery
DR. J. II WALSH,
Late of f lilrsirn, formerly Surgeon-in-Chltf of
St Anthony's Hospital.
CATARRH, Bronchitis, Asthma.
rar'y convuinp'lnn, Kheumatlsm, Nenralirla,
I'V-ix n-lo. tK-mfula. Syphilis and all blood, liver
and kidney diseases.
RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula, Hydro.
rele and Varicocele cured blithe latest ud most
DOXT submit to a surgical opera-
tion without otnultinff ns. Remember our long
hospital rxperrnce enables us to save a life
wucre others fall.
.SURGICAL operations performed
at your home when desired. Abdominal and
bruiu aurgcry a specialty.
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rjonrs a to It,
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Incorporated Under the
C r Lytide.
11 f Hun.
E W Hurst,
Wm W 11 men on,
i M Buford,
jAri.aoa A UuasT, Solicitors.
BKHRT A. PABtUOH
5visfi I j
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210?, 419 SavsrnUoath St. L03Z T3L&EH. ILL.
General Jobblnr dor on abort notioa
aad sausf action anaranteed
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