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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. 1895.
State Savings Bank,
Moline, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Succeed theltoliae Savings Bank
4 Par Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Organised under State laws .
Open from 9 a. m. to I p. m., end
.dneailay ud Saturday nights fron
FonuSmnil, - President
Hmaa Dsaxixe, Tic President
C 7 BlimiiT, Caehler
Fosrsa Sanrna, naumDaauira,
H B Auswobth, 6(0 H Idwabss,
0 F Ennwii, C A Boei,
C B Aikbwohth, w D Adams,
W W Wills.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tilde for private parties in tbe g.rlen
apot of tbe west by the
Orchard State Bank
cf Orchard, Neb.
E. W. Dabt, President.
J. S. Dabt, Cashier.
Mitchell A Lynde, banker.
J K Koblnaon, cashier Kock Island National
V C Tarter. M D.
Ilenry Dart's bona, wholesale grocers.
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester German Ins Co.
Wettcbester Fire " .
Bnffalo German " .
Spring Gordon ' .
Oerman Fire " .
Mew Hampshire " .
M ilwaukee Mechanics .
Security " .
Rochester, N T
Bnfiulo, N Y
.... Manchester N H
...New Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth stree!
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES & CLEAVELAND,
Representing over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
FIRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACCI
DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY
Bonds of Suretyship.
Office -Benetton's block. Rock Is'and, 111,
Secure onr rates; they will Interest you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Tims-trloa Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates a low as any reliable company can aSoro
Toot PatronaM Is aoUdtad.
TUSKM BATH fiflOIIS
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper Honse.
For Ladles From 9 a. m. to
IS m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 3 p. m. to 10 pun.
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 anj
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
a at Hkaalia ataa!
tatmm efPrfrmte Diseases of lwtk Mtvlf d4 rmm&b
At Prucweta, mr isl ts avarY aVdatreao, (W
bZsjsBBUsi Mmisiv ' Tb Hwt'cf t stiaiiisar rrnmStm.'
Dm HILhalT KavA T. aUiaaSaaTa. Msv
MP THE 1T0 4 DAY CURE "Vu!
fr tS "Sa, titWf, iMSfrWl fesrafraHaWfWaW Met
A Miracle in Texas.
INVESTIGATED BY THE TEXAS
CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE AND
VOUCHED FOR BY DR. C
(Fromthe Tczat Ckritlian Advocate.)
Onr representative has made a careful in-
estigation of tbe H. E. Spaulding ease at
Longview, which is here published for the
first time, and which will be read with
ereat interest hr medical men ,v.pvirkM
In reply to the Christian Advocate' ques
tions Mr. Spanlding said. About eiht veara
ago while running a locomotive I contracted
sciatic rheumatism iu my lrft side frura my
hip down. It came on slow but sure and in
a few monlha I lost control entirely of thai
member, it was just tbe name as if it waa
paralyzed. I was total It unable move out
of my room for a year and a half, six
raontns oi wmcn time l was bed-ruMm. I
tried every remedy anggested, and had regu
lar physicians in constant attendance on
me. 1 waa bundled ud and aent to Hot
Springs where I spent three months under
the treatment of the most eminent (special
ists, all of which did me no good, and I
cam" hack from the springs in a worse
condition than when I went. I c.irue home
and laid flat on my back and stifK-red
the mm excruciating agonies, screaming in
pain every time anyuoay waited aero? tne
roow. the onlv ease I obtained being from
the co Urit use of opiates. After three
momns oi tnis icinu oi agony, uuring
which time my entire left lee perished iicur
to the verv bone, mv attention was called to
a new r-m-ly call?J Ir. Wiliiara' Piuk
Pillj for Pale People, by Mr. Allison who is
now train dispatcher at Texarkana, and
who was relieved of loeimitor ataxia of
twenty years duration. At his urgent and
repeated solicitation I consented to give
th mii a trial, after taking a few doses I
b?;an to improve. I enntinned taking the
pills and kept right on improving until I
was finally cured. My leg is just the same
siz? now "a the other one, anl I am sure
that Pink Pills not only cured me but saved
The repirter next visited Dr. C. H. Stans
bury, a graduate of one of the medical
r-li'inU of Kentucky, and a man who enjoys
thu confidence of cvervboilv in hongview.
He sai l : " I know that Mr. Spauldiii" had
a t rrilly severe attack of sciatic rheumatism
of wiiicfi I tried to cure him; nsed every
thing known to my profession in vain, and
finally recommended hiin to go to Hot
Springs. He came back from the springs
worse than when he went and I thought it
was only a matter of time until his heart
would he afT.-eted and he would die. I also
know that his cure is the direct result of the
use nf Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."
" That is rather an unusual statement for a
resrular physician to make, doctor."
" I know it is. hut a fjet is a fact, and
there are hundreds of people right here in
Ivongvicw wno know what l cay is the
truth. I also know Mr. Allison and know
that he was relieved of a genuine and severe
case of locomotor ataxia of twenty years
standing." . .
Boston Dental Parlors
WI G. Be DAVITT
318 Brady Street.
s' 4 'fcI .ma V' '
To Introduce ourselves to the pnblic of
this vicinity we will, nntll farther no
tice. EXTRACT TEETH FREE
We make a specialty of the Palnlees Ex
traction of Teeth acd ALONE nse the
wonderful local Anxjthctlc EXCKL9I0R
which has no bad (Sects upon the heart.
We also use Nitrons Oxide, Chloroform
or Ether, If desired. We do all kin is of
high-class Dcntietry, making a specialty
of the Correction of Irregularities of the
Teeth and GOLD CROWN and BKIIHiE
WoliK. All work guaranteed. Lady
Sec Our Prices.
Silver Filllnz- K cents and up
Gold Filling (1 and up
Gold Crowns. $3
Bet of Teeth (S
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come and see us. We can save yon money.
Open Sundays for extracting from 9 to 10 a. m.
Boston Dental Parlors.
Over VTinecke's Tailor shop.
18 Brady street - - DAVENPORT, IA,
raaae a wen .
r&ODCC-CS TUB ABoVB
RKI'LT m 8 D ATH Cwrt all
K..pvma 1 1 i l F aiI in ft icinorT.
ttm:. etr., caiiatttl hy po.l ftbow-s, Kivm Tlp-or and fite
tophmnteenorpAnji, and qni -klybiit ttrlT rrtore
bjib Manias si si si tn ol 1 or young. E-iIy carrlfl in vest
tx-stst. lTi-v1.T-kpi. sttfors)A.MwHlia
writira tFmrntrr-tmrwTwmmr-jrrfn4r4. lKnt
bvman imrtattvn,tnt in! on havin IMIAPV If
your ilmtrtrii-t haitnot p't U.we whl tml it pr-plt.
sWvia-srtskl MsSlaeSmJ Jo,, n ,
SOLD at the Harper (louse Drue Pbarmacv.
KOCK ISLAND. ILL.: bv Win. Clcndczua,
UUL '.t, ana omcx icaawg araegisu.
Jolan Voile fc Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding, noorlnc Wainteoatins
lnb street, bet tta asd (la avs
TRAIL OF HOLMES.
Those Following It Find It Very
HOUSE EE BUILT AT POET WOBTB
Fravidod with Faellltle. for Dark Dee
Convict Alloa, Wanted a Chteafo, Kot
T.ry CommaalcKtlv. Hut foe Ih.
B3dy of Howard Fitawl at IaidlavaapolM
Glvan Cp la DespaJr MeCUllaad Mys
tery la Illinois Bavivsd.
Fobt Worth, Tex., Aug. 1 William
Capps, who Is now in Chicago on the
Holmes case, belongs to tbe firm ot Capps
& Cantcy, of this city, who some time
ago instituted salt against present hold
ers of property owned by the Williams
sisters. Tho suit is brought at the in
stance of the heirs of the girls, and it is
claimed that the deeds were forged by
Holmes. Allen, the Arkansas convict
who is so anxious to tell his connection
with the murders, was at one time in the
employ of Holmes in this city. Allen
went by tbe name of "Mascot" In this
city, and it la believed here that he can
tell a great deal about Holmes and his
transactions if he wants to. Alien was
an ex -convict from the prison at Joliet.
(Harted to Tat l"p at Fire-Trap.
While Holmes, or Pratt, as he was
known here, was living in this city he
started to put up a large building. It
was objected to on tho ground that it was
a regular fire-trap and the authorities
forced him to remodel it somewhat. In
viow of the recent developments in Chi
cago the authorities have made nn inves
tigation of the building, which leaves no
room for doubting Holmes had planned
it for a death trap. Oao room at the top
of the house has twelve exits by which a
person can escape, from which an en
closed chute runs down to tho basement
of the building, la which a body could bo
transferred without any one being the
wiser. In this basement a large archway
had been built over the sower in such a
way that ho could easily put in a trap
door opening into tho sewer.
DEVELOmCMl'S AT CHICAGO.
Story of a Restaurant In the Stockyards
District An Experiment.
Chicago, Aug. L Tho police have been
informed that at the time Holmes was
first supposed to have loft Chicago he did
not go any farther away than the stock
yards district, whore ho opened a restau
rant under tho Dime of H. H. Howard.
Ho employed a number of young women
waitresses, and is said to have had a new
force nearly every day. Among them
were two girls who came from Wiscon
sin. A few nights after they began work
tho neighborhood was startled by female
screams coming from the Howard res
Several men ran to the building and
were in time to meet two girls as they
ran out ot tho hallway leading into the
house. Thoy were clad only in their night
clothes, and it was soma minutes before
they could be quieted suwciontly to tell
their story. They said they had been
sleeping together and had been awakened
by a man who gained entrance to their
room and who had placed a wet cloth
over thoir faces. They thought the cloth
had been saturated with chloroform. B
fore the police had an opportunity of ar
resting Howard be disappeared.
bxpvrlments were made with the liquid
found in the bottom ef tho vat in the col
lar of Holmes' house and it was found
that whenever mixed with benzine or
kcrosono it would emit a vapor so doadly
that no human being could live in ic
whether or not Holmes used tils vapor
for suffocating his victims is not known.
Henry Walker, of Greensburg, Iud.. is
now believed by his friends to have been
a victim of Holmes. He came to Chicago,
and it Is said was induced by Holmes to
have his life insured for t'lO.OUO in Holmes
favor. In November, ls'.3, his letters to
friends ceased and search in Chicago re
vsalcd no trace of him.
Philadelphia, Aug. 1. H.H. Holmes
was seen in his cell by a reporter and talked
freely about tho charges made against
him relating to Emily Cigrand. He ad
mitted that ho had bctrayel tho girl in
Chicago and that ho afterwards took her
toon obscure place in Minnesota and
married her under an assumed name, the
ceremony being fraudulent. In May,
lbf2,the prisoner continued, Miss Cigrand
left his employ and went into a convent,
where she now is. U utalan, he asserted.
knows all about her and can produce her
at any time.
BELIEVES MINNIE W1LLIAUS ALIVE,
Allen, tho tittle Rock Convict, Says Little
About the Mnttsr.
Little Kock, Aug. L Convict Allen
ftcrsists in the assertion that Minnie Will
iams was alive six months ago and in the
belief that she is alive now. He did not
meet Holmes In Arkansas, and his con
nection with him was confined to Fort
Worth, Tex. He never wrote any letters
to Holmes. Allen declares that the de
tectives from Chicago will get nothing
for their tronble nnless they are able to
secure his release from the penitentiary.
Tho only place at which Allen met
Holmes, he says, was at Fort Worth.and
he knows a great deal about his crooked
ness in that city.
"When the authorities come to my
terms I'll talk, and not before." This is
all that Allen will say in regard to the
case. Allen undoubtedly knows all about
Holmes' operations in Texas, but that he
knows the whereabouts of Minnie Will
iams, or that he bad anything to do with
her disappearance, is considered extreme
ly doubtful here. When asked if ho
would parole Convict Allen and under
certain coditions pardon him Governor
Clark said the conditions would have to
be presented and taken up in legal form
before he could return an answer to that
DETECTIVE CEVEB DISCOCBAGED.
Ha Caa Find r Clu. to taa Body at
Isdianapolis, Aug. 1. "I think we'll
have to wait until Holmes tells where to
find Howard PitzeU He knows, and we
cannot find out." So said Detective
Geyer, who has been in town over a week
hunting a house supposed to have been
rented by Holmes while he was here, bo
far the search has resulted in nothing.
Clews have beon plenty, for every day
from ono to a dozen peop'.o call upon the
detective, anl iu mysterious whispers tell
him they have found the house that
2o matter how impossible these stories
may seem, every one of them Is investi
gated, and now the detective says he hai
notch slightest clew to work on. Ht
says he expects to be recalled to Phlla
delphia soon, and that if the body ol
Howard Pitsal la found it will be be
cause Holmes weakens enough to inform
the officers what disposition was made of
ANOTHER SKELETON MTSTERT.
Arm la taa Casa mf th. Taking Off o
Centralia, Ilia. Aug. L The famous
McClelland skeleton mystery is brought
to the surface again by the indictment oi
John A. McClelland and Wesley Taboi
by the Marlon county grand jury, now ie
session, for the murder of Alexander and
Oscar McClelland. John McClelland was
arrested last evening on a bench war
rant issued by tbe order ot the grand jury,
and Tabor is now in jail in Salem. This
case created quite a sensation two years
ago, when two skeletons were found In a
pond on the farm previously owned by
John A. McClelland, four miles north ol
The skeletons were supposed to be those
of Alex and Oscar McClelland, father and
brother of John A. McClelland, but they
were never fully identified. Every grand
jury since has investigated the mystory,
bnt no indictment has been found before.
Tabor was brought into the case by a
confession which a divorced wife testified
to before a grand jury in January lasL
What new evidence has been presented tc
this grand jury is not known.
WIRE WORKS STRIKE AT CLEVELAND.
Things Look Threatening for a Tlma, bat
tha Matter Is Finally Settled.
Cleveland, Aug. 1 A crisis see:ned
imminent at tho American Wire works,
where 2,500 men were on a strike. The
company posted a notice offering to pay
$1.3i per day for laboring men. This was
an advance of 5 cents over the old wago
scale and Si4 cents less than askod for by
tho striking laborers. Fifteen hundred
men were gathered around the works,
and as tho strikers had avowed their in
tention of preventing any men from go
ing to work trouble seemed probable and
a detail ol police waa sent to tbe niilL
Tho day passed, however, without any
Late in the afternoon President Savage.
of the American Wire company, stated
mat a proposition hod been made to tho
strikers which he believed would settle
tho strike within twenty-four hours. A
mass meeting of the strikers was imme
diately called to consider the proposition
ol tne company.
The company's terms were accepted,
tho strike declared off. and the men will
all return to work between now and next
Monday. By tho terms of the agreement
the laborers will get an increase to tl.ST'i
a day to take effect at once. The fine
wire drawers get the 10 per cent, advance
they asked for, but in installments 5 per
cent. Aug. 1 and o per cent, on Nov. 1.
The coarse wire drawers also get the 30
per cent, advance demanded, in install.
ments of 6 per cent, on tho first of Au
gust, October, November and January.
NO FURTHER WILD TALES.
Indians in Jackson's Hole Not Killing Any
Whites Shushones Starving.
Lakdeb, Wyo., Aug. L There is an en
tire absence cf wild talcs here. Two men
camo in from Jackson's Hole, one of
them being the special correspondent ot
the New York Herald. He reports that
the Indians had not killed any whites.
The Indians are camped near Oregon
buttes. It was talked loudly among tbe
Shoshones that they were starving and
that they would rather die tightin g soldiers
than live and starve to death. There Is
an agreement among the Bannocks, Utes,
LembU and Shoshones that at the proper
time tho government will be informed
that peace can be secured only by increas
ing their rat ions.
Amalgamated U.n Dissatisfied.
Cleveland, Aug. 1. A call has been
Issued for a convention of all the pud
dlcrs in the Sixth district, to be held at
Youngstown on Aug. 10, to consider a
proposition to surrender the charters of
their lodges in tne Amalgamated assocla'
tlon and to formulate plans for a new
organization. This action Is the result
of the discovery by the puddlcrs that tho
new scalo of wages docs not take effect
on Aug. 1 as they had expected, but on
Sept. 1, a fact they say they have just dis
Idiocy That Was CrlaalaaL
. MASC0CTAR, Ills., Aug. 1. Blazer Ely,
aged 62, a well-known character of
Venedy fetation, naa Dien on a
tbreo weeks' spree and his associates
packed his trousers with shavings and
live coals ot lire, intending, it is supposed.
to tantalize the old man with the smoke
caused thereby. The coals set the shav
ings ablaze and in a few minutes the
would-be jokers found their victim burn
ing to death. The fire was extinguished,
but the old man died a raw nours later.
Pleading for til. Rsrberl's Ufa.
Boston, Aug. L Over 5(0 citizens of
Italian birth assembled in Faneuil hall
for the purpose of preparing a memorial
to Governor Morton in behalf of Maria
Barberi, who is condemned to death for
the murder of her alleged betrayer. The
following telegram was sent to Governor
Morton: "We implore your clemency
and ask for the commutation of the death
sentence of Maria Barberi to imprison
ment for life, and also that you use your
influence to obtain a new trial.
Unknown Number ot N.groos Killed.
Bibxisgham, Ala, Aug. L It is lm
possible to tell how many negroes were
killed in the race riot at Brookslde.
Most of the sheriff's posse that went from
here have returned. They report that
half a dozen negroes were ' seen to fall
and three bodies were found in tbe woods.
but have not yet been identified. Eleven
negro rioters were brought here and
placed in jail and ollicers are bunting (or
Flay at tha Bas Ball Experts.
Chicago, Aug. L Following are the
scores at base ball reported from League
diamonds: At Pittsburg Chicago 11,
Pittsburg 6; at Philadelphia Brooklyn
6, Philadelphia 7; at Washington New
York &, W ashtngton 4; at Louisville at
Louis 7, Louisville la; at Boston Baltl
more 7, Boston L
Woman Accidentally Shot.
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. L While en
gaged in target practice at South Mil
waukee Chris Ewald accidentally shot
and killed Mrs. Andrew Bargerson, the
wile of a neighbor. Mrs. Bera-erson w
out in the yard and her dead body was
found there by aer children.
Kow York Flaaaatal.
Vcw York. July 3L
Money oi call ea-y at I per cent,
Prima marcaatila lapar Sl par cent.
Sterling exehtnee strong, with actual
bus nn-a In bankers nil at nuaiiua lor
demand and 484sX for iy day: posted
rata 4.ttalSJ and AftWaMSi; comm-Tcll
silver certificate as: no sales: ear
silva-. tftSM- Maxioan dodwa, tali-
United States tt-.veruineat bonds nrji;
new 's rag.. 1244; do. coupon, USH. i's
reg., Uii4: V coupons, lli-: ' re.. 11 Z;
ft coupons, llitt: f l- hid; Pacific S'a
of V-, KM bid.
Chicago uraia ana a-roaaon.
Chicago, July 8L
Following were the quuiia on ins
B ard of Trade tod.y: W uent July.
opened Tllo. clomd tsf4a Saptaaibr. openoj
"fee elo-wd Ji: "jm-ow. on.a.a 1-Ha,
cli ed 713,:. Cora Juiy. uomiuau clj.oi
tSfte; S ipieinb r. upeiel f- ciei 2j;
Djcembcr, oyaaed SI;:. cljl 3c; May.
openad &H- ewi :. Cut! July,
opened 2Jc. c one-l .; September, opened
2tc, cloaad i.'!t:; Ma. opaal Sifcic eiod
Z5e. Fork Ju.y. nominal, ctoMl nmiaai;
SeptemOcr. opsaed S.U.l, c.oiel SlJ.oj;
January, opened 9.0.. dotal tllLii. Lard
July, opened f&Z. close! SLirff.
Produce: Butter fcx.ra creamery. 1. 3 per
lb: extra dairy. llttc: pactin ato.:.8A
c E.ss Fre.h stock, lata off, 11c ier
dozen Lire poultry spr nj cuijits is. lift
lSfaJ par lu: hen. Sj. roosa a, ji; inr
keyr. 8Uc; duolcs. 8t:0r; gotta. &uo.
4.1V per doa. Pjtarojs X.W. 3Xi2j per bu.
Blackoerri:. Alicnigaa, Sl.i&l 7 per lS-qt
case; raspberries, black. SL Al il 7i per 31-pC
o:rea. SL0JAl.Tjp3t-ptris. nnw apple
7 caHl.oO porbbL Honey Waiteclover, 1-lb
sections, new stock, 1J.4$U3; browa comb.
10il3s dark comb, poor packages, 8c;
strained California. oQsc
Chicago Aavo Btaok.
Cntcaoo, July 3L
Live Stock Prices at thj Union Stock
yards today range 1 as follow : His Esti
mated receipts for th day, 14-O.nI; aale
nosed at S3.50!.7i pifs, MMjAi.SJ liaht.
M.Vljil.Tu rojga ptckiait. Sl.iijJiOi mixed,
and fL7Jji.Uj heavy pjMSiing anl shippiug
Cattle Estimated racists for the day.
Hull; quotations rangjd at Si.ili&VVJ choice
to extra shipping stajra, L7jj5 ti gtolti
choice do, Jt.lKiJI.tti fair to good, T..i)$3.W
eomm -n to inedi um do., SAKiiAlta butchers
steers, Si.4Ui.0 atocaers, IdiiiXB I f.aders,
1.70ji;0cows, tj.ai4l.4J haifens $!.3.aj
bull. ai Texas steers. XJ.iOit-i.75 veal
Sheep Estimated receipts for the day.
1?,0Jj; sales ranted at i3l$3..i westerns,
S3.lO3.56 TexanaSLijl.tti natives, aad ti.aU
Tho Local Markets,
Bav Tunoinv. S13i14: upland. S13a114:
VBOIT AKU VXaKTABLBS.
Onions 30c per bo.
Bater Fair tr choice, 15c; fresh cream.
ery mu v
BfTRS Fresh, 10 :.
Poultry Cnlckeas, 6
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers
3S4(5;; cows and Heifers, 34K-; calves
Spring laub. SlSOASt. a head.
Coal -Soft, 10c
Mrs. Walter Murray, who 'claims to be
a daughter-in-law of ex-Chtcf ot Police
Murray, of Now York, visited the races al
Windsor, Ont., and later reported to the
police at Detroit that she had been robbed
of Sl.SSK) worth of diamonds.
Wa Offer YOU A REMEDY Which
Insures Safety to Life of Mother
Bobs Coaflaeawat of its Pain, Horror sad Bisk.
My wife used at OTHERS' niMD" be
fore berUrst child bad n crumps waa quickly re
lieveo snneniig out lime no puns aiierwara
recovery rapid. R K JOIINSXOJ, EafmU, AIn.
fa-Bent by Mall or Kxprrmi, on reretptof price,
l.OO oer hot Ue. Buuk -To Motlier." malletl ree.
BKAUF1KLD REGULATOR CO, ATLANTA, GA-
Sold by all BrnsKtata.
EDGBfJE J. BOCfiS.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Harper Honse Block.
Who does not want her
washing done in the
shortest time and neat
est way is hard to find.
Those who uso
Get the best results, be
cause it is made from
such materials that it
cannot injure the most
delicate fabric and will
save time and labor.
Follow them and jou
will find that you have
struck a good thing.
3E2AT SCO. ISLAND TAB SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and re
moves grease, paint, etc.
War nock & Ralston
Soap Makers. Bock Island.
UIVC VOII YtiruAU. 1'in.pttn. Cjpper
.ilAIC IUU CwsorM hf-vta, ActH-f, Old Sores.
leer In Mostb. Hal- Kallinfl Write COOU
EaTEUir CO.. SWT .Waaoaae Train!
y Si .
Icano. 111., for nroof of emrea. Coal
t. Miorw. earn eoreS la XOI
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rid Vaa erar faaawav.
art-raa thoaa hoalth. It nrill save -thetr ltwaa. In tt Matkera pars
eaamothlaur, which la apaolntaly aafa aatd practioaHy porfoct ar st
Caatorla dantroya Woraaa, .
Caatorla allays reyvariahaaaa.
Caatorla prarasita womltias; Sowr OwWL
Caatorla eatroa Diarrhcea, aad Wlad Colla.
Caatorla reHevea Tcathlas; Tromhlaa.
Caatorla enraa Coatipa,tloai aad lTatwlasrey.
Caatorla maatrallaon tha aatacta of cavrhoalo acid araa or
Caatorla do wot contain anorpaiaws opraax. or othar stare arte in uaai t j.
Caatoria "itoa tha food, regnlatae tho ntoraach and aowala,
awtnt; healthy ajtd natqral aleop.
Caatorla la part nn tn onaafo bottlea only. It Is not sold tn omlfc.
PonH aJlaw any ono to sail yon nnythlna; dao on tha plea or proanlao
that It la "jnat aa good and "will aaawer a vary pnrpeao.';
Boo that yon get P A-S-T-C-R-I-A .
Children Cry for
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.Walsli & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa.
DK. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Prorcssor in two of Chicago's
K-ading medical colleges.
Ackaowledced by the afedical Profcsrlon, Acknowledccd by the' Treat, Aeknowledared by
ail as tbe World's Greatest and Only Baccersful specialists la Chronic, Ner.oaa, Private aadx
burgical Diseases of both sexes. -
COSSCLTATIOX FREE! PROMPT AND PERUAXENT CLKKS!
ELECTRICITY scientifically ap-
tilied. nervoa debility, loss manhood, exlianotive
drains, night losses, riefeeiive memory, tlireal ned
In.nnlty, loss of will power, mental delusion,
WOMEN sufferinc from diseases of
the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys, nervous
exhaustion, palpitation of tho heart, dyspepsia,
or any diseases peculiar to tbe eez. should call
on the (Trent specialist and get an opinion on her
case free of charge.
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Best of re fere nor a and credentials. If yon can
not call, write. Hundreds eared by mail.
The praises we have received for our remarkable skill In curing cases siven up ss hopeless by all
has compelled ua to u -hi mean In order to elve tbe people a well aa the medical profasmou tha
hetefit of our knowledge of medicine and our Inimitable .kill In the art of .unrerv. Remember vnnr
family phyician is always welcome to see n. opetate. Wo are wlllins toeprcad our knowlidce
and how our .kill, and we feel Ju.tly proud of tbe daily ronirrauilattoa wa receive from tbe medi
cal profession for the advanced medical and surgical literature we cave written.
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J X Beronn, President
Joan CRcaacoB, Vice President.
P UaBsaawaLT, Cashier,
Began business July S, 1880, and occupy the
S. k. cur. II itch.ll Lynde'a new building.
JOUST M. PAR1DOH.
Painters and Decorators
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C01n:RACTORS and BUILDERS.
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Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Bcsalt in 4 weeks.
For sale at Harper House Pharmacy, Kock Island, I1L
f CastorU with tha patrwaaco af
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It is fcara-1 a. Chlldra lika It. It
DS.;j. E. WALSH,
Late of Chicago, formerly Surscon-ln-Cblof of
8L Authony'a Uoapital.
CATARRH, Bronchitis, Asthma.
early consumption. Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Iytpp.a, hcrof ula. Syphilis and all blood, liver
asd kidney diseases.
RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula, Hydro.
celc and Vailcocele cored byilhe latest and most
DON'T submit to a surgical opera
tion without consulting na. Remember our long
horpltal experence enables us to save a life
where others fail.
SURGICAL operations performed
at your borne when desired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a specialty.
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t to a. and
7 to 8
Incorporated Under the
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