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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1895.
A Woman's Judgment
Is an infallible guide in all things pertaining to the
fireside and the home. The
Has tor five years been tried before a discriminating
jury of American women.
The verdict is this:
We declare the Majestic Range to be the great
est invention given to women in our day." This
finding is corroborated by testimonials from more
than one hundred thousand American women who
- are now using the Range.
c Ask your friend how much
she thinks ot her MAJES
TIC. Take her word for it.
H. SIEMON As SON, Atrents.
. 1515 Second Avenue, ... ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
State Savings Bank,
Moline, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Molina Savings Bank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Organised ondcr State laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. m , and
Wednesday and Saturday nigLu fm
Iortib Skinner, - - President
11 nun Dablino, - Vice President
C F DsnENWiT, - - Caehler
rOllTEB HKIHKEB, IllRAB DiELIHO,
II II Ainswoutii, Geo II Edwabds,
C F Hex ekwat, C A Rose,
C B AiKswouTn, W n Adami,
W W Wells.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Made for privntj pirtiss in the g rlen
(put of the went by the
Orchard Stats Bank
of Orchard, Neb.
K. W. Dakt, President.
J. S. Dakt, Cashier.
. Mitnlicflft Lyr.de, bankers.
J 1 Koblnson, cashier Hock Inland National
I' C- Carte.-, M D.
Henry Dart's Sons, wholesale grocers.
Hucsing & Hoeffc
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
I?ochetcr German Ins Co Rochester, N T
Vi-tehi ster Fir. New York
lluH.i'.o German " Hiitla'.o, N Y
Sorinir Gordon " Philadelphia
Uerinxn Plre " Peoria. Ill
New Hampshire " Wanchester N 11
Milwaukee Mechanics ' Milwaukee, Wis
b-.'curity New Haven, Cono
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES & CLEAVELAND,
Representing over Forty Million
Dollars ot Cash Assets.
FIRE, LIFE, TORNADO. ACCI
DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY
Bonds of Suretyship.
OC.ce -Benetton's block. Rock Island, III.
Secure onr rates; they will interest yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
T.:a old Fire sad Time-tried Oootpaalea
L.sses Promptly Paid.
I .ties at low aa any reliable tompeay can if ore
Tou Fauonaga la aoHclte.
Boston Dental Parlors
M. C McDAVITT
??.' 318 RrndvStrnet.
To introduce onrscves to tbe public of
this vicinity wc will, until further no
tice, EXTRACT TEETH FREE
Wc make a specialty of the PalnUeg El
traction or Teeth ard ALONE nss the
wonderfnl local Amcuhetlc EXCULSIOK
which has no had t fleet upon the heart.
We also nse Nitrous Oxide, Chloroform
or Ether, if desired. We do all kinls of
high-clues Dentistry, making a specialty
of the Correction of Irregularities of the
Teeth and GOLD CKOWN' and BRIDGE
WORK. 11 work guaranteed. Lady
See Our Prices.
Set of Teeth
.50 cents and up
(1 and np
Open 8 a. ni. to 8:30 p. m.
Como and sec us. We can save you money.
Open Sundays for ixtractirg from 9 to 10 a. m.
Boston Dsntal Farlcrs.
Over Winecko's Tailor shop.
318 Brady street .... DAVENPORT, I A.
There's no choe for the same
money that's its equal Tannery
calf skin, dongola top, all leather
trimmed, BOlid leather eoles xrith
a1 cement of cork and rubber
between the outer an inner better
than a cork sola
Ten Styles 4, 6, and 6 wida.
Ask Your Dealer For It.
J. B. LEWIS CO., Boston, Mass.
Baths of nil 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
12 ra. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week davs On Sundays the
rooms will e open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at an;
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.
IOaY. '"OM. IRDAY. S7"rmr
What PEFFER'S ft ERVIGOR Did!
MiLSf fjowerfuliy anj quickly. Cures when a.'!
otners fall. Voana men renin Ion manhood: old
raw., inJun rrctsrf trlf nhtue or tstnitt end
rHJi.icrrri.t. Ward off Insanity and consumption.
Don t let druffe't Impuro a Wurthlrsasainttitute on
too N sno It ru-lil a grrator ri-iai. Ii-l ton hav
fn PtEFFIf SJ MEkviiRcr a,n4 1 rc
Can bp camel In Twt p.cheu frepaid plain wrap,
per. per box. or O lr U.S. with t PnltlT,
WrlttsaOaaraMN t Car orHeAna tea
Jaener. Pamphlet free, Sold by riroBrlsta. AiMresa
Soldby Harts CUemeyerau T.H Thomas.
CUBANS ARE ACTIVE
Two "Well Heeled" Expeditions
Land on the Island.
FEtE APPLIED AHD A TOWS BUEEED.
Inhabitants Have ta Fly Thro Of k a Storm
of Lead. raring Xothias; Bat What They
Wear Twenty Store Among- the Rutoa
Some Minor Spanish Baeceeaea British
Parliament Complete Except One Ham
brr Tory Majority ol Twelve.
'ew Yoek, July 3L From advices re
eoived at Cuban headquarters Thomas
KUrada Pal in t and Conzaalodo Qtiesada,
brother of General do Qucsada, prepared
the following statement: "Tho Cuban
revolutionary party baa received letters
from Cuba announcing the safe landing
of tbe commands of Major General Carlos
HjtoC, Brigadier General Josa Maria
Rodriguez (chief of staff of General Go
mez), and Brigadier rjjrafino tranches.
The expedition started from Two Keys,
In tho Bahama islands, and was taken In
sail boats to several sailing crafts, which
conveyed tho whole party. Ammunition
and arms wero In some crafts and tho
men in others, thus avoiding any danger
Kxpeditiane Were "Well Heeled."
''The expedition of Rotoff and Sanchez
consisted of 278 men, almost all veterans
of tho last war. They carried about oW
Winchester and Remington riCo3, be
sides a number of machcttcs and revol
vers. One boat carried mere than 600
pounds of dynamite, two small cannon
and 50O.C00 rounds of nnmiuniti dn. Tho
Eecond expedition under U'jdriguez con
sisted of seventy-five picked men, all
veterans and mostly oflK'crj. It curried
about 150 repeating rill.;, the same num
ber of machcttes and revolver, and 2JJ,
000 rounds of ammunition. Tho two ex
peditions landed on Thursday last on tho
southern coart of tho p'oviuca of Santa
TOWN BUCNEU B 1IEBEL9L '
Inhabitant Ilave to ltuo Through a Show
er of llullets ia Kscaping.
Havana, July 3). Antonio Reguera
Acca, a wealthy planter of Cienfusoes;
Arturo Primelles, and Gustavo Fa void,
a journalist, who wcro arrested a few
days ago on board the steamer Humborto
Kodriguc as sympathizers with tho in
surgents, have been taken to tho peni
tentiary at Cctuta, where they will suffer
Imprisonment The inhabitants ot Ii
buua, tho town which was recently
burned by the insurgents, wore oblised
to leave the place amid flames and show
ers of bullets. Home found shelter ra tho
village of Duruj i, somo went to Yumuri
on stoain Jaunclies and others sought
safety by fl'ght to tho woods. Tho Nor
wegian steamer Merriner has arrived at
Baracao, bringing many families of ref
ugees from Cabana who have savi?d noth
ing but tho clothes they wear. Tbe losses
by fire are considerable. Tho town was
the center of a wealthy district and con
tained twenty stores.
A company of soldiers formod an
nmbuscade at lasVuoltsas,ncar llu'inejlos,
nnd surprised a band of insurgents which
had been engaged in cutting telegraph
lint-s. At the llrst lire two of tho insur
gents wcro killed nnd tho remainder es
caped. A detachment of the regiment
commanded by Colonel Zimora and a
troop of cavalry sent in pursuit of tho
insurgent band commanded b7 Z'tvas
i overtook the latter near Nueces Villas
end engaged them. After a brisk fight
tho insurgents wero dispersed, leaving on
the field eight killed. They also abandoned
their provisions. Country peoplo assert
that in their flight tlu insurgents carried
away many cf their wounded comrades.
The coming of night prevented the mili
tary from pursuing tho fugitives.
ECT OXE MOKE SEAT TO FILI.
New British Parliament Nearly Coin pic t a
noil flaw It Stsnd.
London, July 31. R?port3 from two of
tho three parliamentary districts which
were lacking to complete the returns of
tho general elections havo been received.
For Londonderry, south division, Thomas
Lea, Unionis' is re-elected, and for Done
gal, vast division, Arthur O'Connor, Mc
Carthy ite, has been re-elected.
With tho exception of tho polling in
Orkney and Shetland, which district was
formerly represented by Sir L. Lyell, a
Liberal, and the result of which will not
be known until tho end of the week, the
new parliament is now comploto, and the
division of tho parties is as follows: Con
servatives, 31; Liberal-Unionists, TO;
government total, 411. Liberals, 174;
McCarthyKes. JJ; Pnrncllites, 13; Labor,
2; total opposition, 25'J. Government ma
jority, Conservative majority over
The aggregate voto in tho contested
elections in Great Britain was ns follows:
Conservatives aud Liberal Unionists,
1.73, 4 jj; Liberals, l,GiS.17; Labor, 51,
6i0; total, 3.4 '4lxi. But as 111 of tho
Unionist candidates for parliament were
returned unopposed no reliable estimate
can bo formed of the electoral strength of
Haggard'a Assailant Fined.
London, July 81 Lord Wodehouse,
eldest son ot tho Earl of Kimberly, who
led the mob that attacked H. Rider Hag
gard, tbe novelist, and his party at tStal
ham, while he was on his electioneering
tour, has been fined for bis participa
tion in that affair.
Market for Onr Iron In England.
Youscstown, O., July 81. Tho M&bcl
furnace baa commenced tho shipment of
an order for 400 tons of fine pig iron, con
signed to a large carriage manufacturing
concern near London, Kngland. The
iron is to bo used in making iron work
for carriages, it being claimed superior to
tho English iron for that purpose.
Prediction aa to the Cora Corp.
Chicago, July 31. Tho August crop
report of the Orange Jadd Farmer states
that tbe condition of corn has been main
tained during the past month, standing
now at V4.9, and with normal weather
conditions for the next six weeks indi
cates a possible crop exceeding 2,&),000,.
Wag-aa of IUddlera Kalaed.
Reaping. Pa., July 3L Tne Beading
Iron company yesterday increased the
wages of its pnddlers to 13 a ton, an ad
vance of 1!5 cents. This is the highest
amount paid hereabouts. The 5 em
ploycs ot tbe company's rolling mill also
received a 10 pat ocas, advauoa.
HOPE FOR MARIA BAR8ERI.
She May ZTot flare to Die by the Llght
nlne at Sine; Sing-.
NEW Tone July 31. MirU Barbcri,
who is now confine 1 in Sin? Sing, con
victed of having murdered Daminico Ca
taldo, has repeatedly asserted that at the
time sbs entered tho saloon where Catal
do was on tho day of tba crime he was
seated at a table drinking and playing
cards with another man. The stranger
disappeared and the condemned woman's
story to the effect that her betrayer had
a stillctto In his possession could never
bo verified. This inl&sing man, who has
been hiding through fear tines that time,
has at last been located and will be
brought to La wycr.K vans' office.
It is 6tated that the new witness says
that he distinctly saw Cataldo put bis
hand quickly into his breast pocket when
the woman approached, ami that a few
moments before he bad seen the handle
of what had seemed to be a stiletto pro
truding from the pocket. Whether Ca
taldo succeeded in drawing the knife or
what became of it tbe witness docs not
know, but ho positively asserts that what
be says is truo.
It now also comes to light that Cataldo
not only refused to marry the girl and so
right the wrong ho had done her, but ho
continually told her of his relations with
another girl, and even went so for as to
send her missives by his new love. Mean
while the signatures to the petitions for
executive clemency for tbe unfortunate
woman continue to pour in. Tho 35,000
mark has been passed and tbe prediction
that 100,000 signatures will have been re
ceived in the month bids fair to be veri
fied. G LASER COMPLAINS OF INDIGNITY
That May Get Vocle S.tiu and Kaiser BUly
Cleveland. July 31. William Glaser,
an engineer on the Valley railroad and a
resident of this city, has just returned
from a visit to his old home in Germany,
(al.uer came to this country when a boy,
and is a naturalized citizen. While in
Germany ho was arrested and thrown
into prison for having failed to serve
three years in tho army. The authorities
Informed him that for this off anso he bad
been fined & marks and must servo for
ty days in jail, liis passport, signed
y tho late S-retary Gresham, was taken
from him, and numerous other indignities
After much troublo Glasor succeeded in
Securing a hearing and was finally told
that his scntonco had bwn remitted, but
that he must upt leave Germany until his
raso bad been investigated by a higher
court. He, however, left tho country at
the first opportunity. Whilo in jail
tilascr learned that an American citlzon
was iu an adjoining cell and had been
there for thirteen mouths because bo re
fused to join tho army.
GOOD WEATHER FOR FARMERS.
The Clod That lias Veen Prevalent la
Illinois lor a Week.
Chicago, July 31. The Illinois weather
crop bureau furnishes tho following bul
letin: Tho general nnd heavy showers of
the post week, together with tempera
tures slightly below normal, bnvo proved
highly beneficial to growing crops. Se
vere storms occurred in tha Illinois river
nnd northwest counties on Friday, but
whilo great damago was done it is not ir
reparable. Tho wator famina has been
generally relieved, and springs, wells, and
streaiaj are filling. Pastures, late pota
toes, gardens, miller, and fodder crops
are doing well, and lato potatoes promiso
a good yield.
Corn has made marvelous growth and
roasting cars are plenty in early fields,
with a large crop practically assured.
Threshing of wheat, rye and oats has
boon retarded by the rains and somo
dainago has resulted by sprouting and
smut in tho shock. Fruit is exceedingly
plentiful in all southern and central
counties, with fair crop in northern.
Illinois Senator Gives the Lie.
fi:isgfield, July 31. Whilo making
a speech on the bill to tax express com
panies, in tho senate, Herb said that tho
committee chairman had pocketed the
bill. At this Evans (tho chairman re
ferred to) sprang up and said excitedly
that the statement was a Ho. Herb was
dcclarod out of order, and a personal en
counter prevented by the friends of both
gentlemen. Tho bill was referred back
to committee. The bill increasing the
tax levy tl.O0J.0OJ for tho next two years
was passed. Tho house labor arbitration
bill was substituted for that ot the sen
ate, amended in a few points and sent to
In the bouse thcro was another long
discussion over the revenue bill, and the
bill was advanced to third reading.
Xo Arrests lluve Use a Made."
Wateotown, X. Y., July 81. Mrs.
Battie Covey, wlfo cf Burt Cuvey, a resi
dent of Jayville, on the Carthago and
Adirondack railroad, eloped June 1- with
John Kirch, superintendent of a sawmill.
Becoming dissatisfied Mrs. Covey re
turned home. She was told to leave town
by the next train, and did so, going to
Ussrisonville for legal advice. Armed
with a peace warrant she returned to Jay
ville, where bur parents reside, and was
met at the depot by a crowd of men,
women and boys, who stripped her of her
clothing and bruised her so terribly that
she may die. No arrests have been made.
Wisconsin Oleomargarine Law.
Milwaukee, July 31 A special from
MadiStm to the Evening Wisconsin an
nounces that the first test case under
Wisconsin's now oleomargarine law ended
in a disagreement of the jury. Tbe case
was that of tho state against Cony Bros ,
grocers, who were charged with selling
oleomargarine colored to resemble butter.
The product wassold in the original pack
ages, which were properly labolod, and
the main point was in regard to the use
of coloring matter.
Condition ot Crops In Iowa.
Des Moines, July 31. On tbe whola
the past week has been highly favorable
for the growing crops, and for harvesting
and threshing the ripened small grain.
The oats harvest is about completed and
threshing is in progress with many ra
ports ot phenomenally heavy yields. The
cutting of spring wheat is in progress.
Corn is steadily maintaining its lead and
bids fair to brealt all previous records in
the districts where tbe rainfall has .been
, Wisceaala Utak Closed.
Wist Scpxbiob, July 81. Tae Key.
stone National bank, capital tiuO.UH has
been closed by order of tba bank exam
lass. . - .. .
Kew York Financial.
New Voax. July 3X
Money ot rail cay at 1 I or cent.
Prime mercantile taper 331 per cent.
Sterling exchange strong, with actnal
business In bankerV ills at 4S.K&lAn4 for
deuiaad aud K4Mt!4 fr aiaty day: punted
rates 4r.'449l and iWJiioik).; eommsrcial
fciiver cortnicatei C$i no sales; bar
ailve , tM. Jleiicin doilirs. ll'U.
United State g ivorntnoat boada flrni;
new is ref., l--'!-t: do. conpan. L-jyf. i's
teg.. Mili: &' coupons, lit).1- fs re.-., 112;
4'j conpous, 11?: 2'a rog V7; Pacinc S's of
Chicago Grain nnd Prodnoe.
Chicago. July 3X
Followins wcrj the qu.tiliias oa the
Bard of Trlo tody: Wheat-July.
oened 7IV-. closed 74c: September, opened
l'jc cled 7lo: December, ipjned 7IH"-.
elo.ed 734i Corn July, nominal, ringed
Wic: S -pienA t, opened 4.1j, lued 4 Ic;
December, o;h!UcJ 8C, elissl 3 $; May,
opened iSaH cowl ?- Oats July,
nominal, c ose l 3?i ; Jseiitcmber, opened
i'S'fjc, closed .'150; Ma-. oix-nea Sijfje, cjo.-oi
26a. Fork Juiy. nomina', cl3e 1 tlx !;
September, opened .0 6X ciO!tl JD.4.1;
January, opened $.0.70, c.usid iU.ii. Lard
July, nomluul, closed J'l.l.!s.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery. Vlii par
Ik; extra dairy. 1I,1jc; pacfia; stojt. 8
vc. E;ss Fresh et'eii. low oit. He per
dozen Livo poultry Spr ug cbi mo is, li &
l.teporl': heni. V;. roos.o s. -iit:; tu
key.-, 7ite; d:ioi. :: BOts. .0u&
fiMuordsz. IVtiiojs Njr. 30 stopper ba.
lilackbcrii'., Micaijrau, ii.-i.il' T per lii-qt
case; raspberries, olacs, 3i per il-,it
case: red, $l.iOjjl.ritarJI-pteis. Xewapplc
7.'c.rtl..iu perbbl. Honey tVuiteclsver, 1-lb
sections, ucw stock, in ilU; browa comb.
UjilSc: dark comb, iiour packagdi, do;
strained California. o&Oc.
Chicago Lava Stack.
CmcA'io, July 3).
Live Stock Prices at taj Unim SUick
yar.la today rni;od as follow : Ho. -3 Esti
mated ruoei-jis for th; day, 8.1VU; sales
raited a: s'3ir'0l.8i pis, Hiji.;i linht,
t4.Viitl.7 i rojgh pickini;. Sl.Gii.li mix -d,
nnd $i-7jiiilu heavy pac iiutf an I shipping
Cattle Estimate I rjct jjtl for tha day,
4,010; quotations ranged at sMlj lKJ choije
to extra shipping yta ra. U.i gioJ t
choice do , $4 1 .I.H'i fair to iiood, $;I..V)&3.IM
conini n to meJi urn do., $14l(ft3 ? tutchers
ste-jra, :.4J3J.)i otocers. l3.JJfi.9 foadors,
$1.701 7t) cows f. J)H.i hjifor-, $.,.2V4tl.8J
bulli. 3:.SU4ii4 i'j Texas uteors, f2.iiudi.75 veal
Phcop Estimated receipt (or tho day,
7,01; snlea ranged at ii3li3.7i westerns.
$Mi.k!.:k, Texuus,1.7-(il.C nat.ves,aad tiW
The I-ocal Markets.
Hat TV--vr. $n?14: ipl-snd. T1Slf:4;
wua, jjjiu-uo; siouga iii'i; Daieu.rij.
rncrr AKD VKaCTASLkS.
Fotatocs- 4(lc .
Onions 30c per ba.
Bur Fair tr choice, 15c; fresh cream.
EgES-Fresh, 10 :.
Poultry Ctucke as, 6
Cattle-Butchers pay for com fed steers
SHP..5;; cows and Heifers, 3C4Ht; calves
Sheep 35i J4r
Spring lauio, $i.5CifL s head.
Coal Soft. loo.
ltrewery Uestroyed by Fire.
KosEsDALE, Pa, July 31. The Irving
Clitr brewery and the rsidcneo of Arthur
flnrtnni wero destroyed by Are. Tho
loss is fiJ.COJ; insuninoj MJ.OJU.
We Offer a Remedy
Which Insurer Sato
ty to Life ot Mother
ROES CONFINEMENT OF IT8 PAIN,
HORROR AND RISK.
"My wife used only two bottles. She was
easily and quickly relieved; is cow Joint
J. S. Morton, Barlow, N. C
Pent by express or drII. on tweipt of price,
l.OO per bottle. Book "To iiO'i ilk US''
BUAUF1ELD RKGCLATOR CO.. ATLANTA, OA.
t(ILU UV ALL WKl'tMilSTa.
ISIS J. Mil
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second.Av.
Harper noose Block.
Who does not want her
washing done in the
shortest time and neat
est way is hard to find.
Those who use
A1TTI-WASHE0A1D SOAP ' .
Get the bet-t results, be
cause it is made from
such materials that it
cannot injure the most
delicate fabric and will
save time and labor.
2 AD SXBZCTXOKS,
Follow them and jou
will lind that you have
struck a good thing.
G2EAT 2CCX ISLAE2 TA2 SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and re- -moves
grease, paint, etc.
YVarnock & Ralston
Homp'Mrr. Hock Island.
Ill I Vr VAII toot lu.I. rltnrJea, Copprr
ifljlf C lU'J CMivred I'-Jla. Acl.-t. ii:4 hTTS
:irm ia xilh. Hl-.i.l Writ fouK
IBEHESr IU, 84ST SSaaaale Tcrasilr.
rstaao. 111., for nroofa vt on. sl
Mat. SWttOAMMt. DoMiMinH ta IS)
Ma SUV aaya. ! aoaia t.a.
TY yarV oaeerration
millions of paraoma, yeimit
It to waqneatlonaMy Oas best remedy for Infanta awA ChOJrwai
tm world fcaa ewer known. It la tanalsw, CMldrem lilts It. It
glyea them henUh. It will eave thetr livaa. In It Mothera nawej
eotathlEK which la absolTtolr aaf mni yvmoHtsmXtr yerfnet nr 1
CaetorUt destroyg Worms.
Casrtorla allays Feverishness.
Castoria proranta vomiting Sour Cord.
Caatorta, cares Dlarrhma nn J Wind Collo.
Caatorln relievoa Tcothing TronMo.
Castorta enrea Constipation nnd FlatnlencT.
Cnatrln aentrnHsoe the jgocta of carbonic add (yaa or polaonona nlr.
Cnatcrln does not eontnln morphia w, eptnm, or otaer narcotic prwporty.
Caatarln aaefanllntes the food, rrgnlates tho atomarh apdjkaTwela,
giving lslthy nnd natnral alep.
Caatorln to pnt gp In nn-ls tottloe only. It la net arid In nnlk.
Pont nllrty nny one to sail yon any-thin ;- rle on tne plan or promtoo
that It to "jnat na good" nnd
Sao that yon get C - A - S - T -
Children Cry for
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa.
tfo:? , ill
;Y JiaMaV n r,' 'V" ".' v. ,
Formerly Clinical Pmreasor In twoof rhlraim'a
badlnz medical collcircs.
Ackaowledecd by the Medical Profession, Acknowledged by the Press. Acknowledged by
all aa tbe World's Greatest and Only Successful Specialists In Chronic, Merroas, rrlvate sal
turrit al Diseases of both sexes.
C0XSILTATION FBEE! PROMPT AXI PF.U1ASENT CCKES!
ELECTRICITY seientifically ap
plied, netvons debility, loss manhood, exhaustive
drams, night losses, defective memory, ilirckt n 4
insanity, loss of will power, mental dclasiona,
WOMEN sulTorins: from diseases of
the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidney, nerrons
exhaustion, palpitation of tLc heart, dygpepia,
or anr diseases peculiar to the sex. should call
on the great specialist and get an opinion on her
CJ.se free of charge.
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Best of references and credentials. If you can
not call, write. Hundreds cured by mall.
The praises we have received for our remarkable skill in curinz eases; (iven np a hopeless l.y all
has cmK:llcd us to nse this means In order to Kive the Hople as well as tho medical profession the
hrLrfit ef our knowledge of medicine and onr Irimilahle akill In the art of surm-ry. Nememher your
family physician is always welcome to see as otMate. We arc willing to spread onr knowledga
and snow our skill, and ae feel justly proud of the daily congratulations we receive from tho medi
cal profession for the advanced medical and surgical literature we tare written.
OFFICE I ycCnllough Building, I Honra-S to If,
124 WEST THIRD STREET.! DAVEKPonr . ,owa. W
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J M Brronn. President.
Joan t'liLBAt nil. Vice President.
P (JUUIIW11.T, Cashier.
Began bnalnees Jnly 8, 1890, and occupy the
S. Jt. cor. Mitchell at Lynde'a new building.
JOBaT If. PABfDOK.
PARiDoiv & sour
Painters and Decorators
FAF32 imfa23S, CALS32II17Z2S. oto.
fEOP, 419 Smstownth SU E0C2 ISLA2H). ILL.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
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Dr. Paai'c Pennyroyal Pillo
Tbr prompt mf mrA trUta Id rcsslt. Tbe mat oe (Dr. Peal Brr 4tn
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For sale at Harper House Pharmacy, Bock: 11 and, HL
of Caatorta rith the tjhc
ws to speak of tt rithoqt giewtn;.
"wrfll answer every pnrpoaa.
O - R - I - A.
.tt,c ?' 1 l,,r"co . '"rmeriy Snrgeon lnlef ot
1 si. auiuony Hospital.
CATAItUH, Bronchitis, Asthma,
early consumption, Khenmatlam, Ncitralirta,
lly-in n-ia, Nirofnla, f-ypullis and all blood, liver
and kidney flleaaoa.
RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula, Hydro
cele anrt Varieorele cored byilhe latest and moat
DON'T submit to a surgical opera-
tion without ennsiiltiriff ns. Remember our Ion it
hospital ex per ence enables us to aave a llfd
SURGICAL operations performed
at your bomo when desired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a specialty.
Incorporated Under the
C. T l ynde.
II P Hull,
K W Hurst,
J M Buiord,
Jacxsoa A HrasT, Solicitors.
OKaTBT A. PAKIDOX
General Johblag done on abort a-Klce
and satisfaction gurautoeJ
DS.' J. E. WALSH,