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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 32, 1895.
THE AUG US.
Published I'aily and Weekly at 1524 Second
Avenue, Kock Mand, III. (Entered t tbe post
oflke MM second class mMter.
J. W. Potter
TERVIS Puiljr. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
18.00 per annum; in advance. tl.10.
All coram'itUations of a critical or srgqmrn'a
tivccbara ler, political or religiona, must have
real name attached for publ.cawun. No such
article will be printed over fictitious signatures.
Correspondr nec solicited from evary township
In K ck Inland county.
Thi ksday, Sf.ptemiif.r 12, 1895.
Whenever t'baimcey Depcsv is
stricken with an idea he wants to
publish h- goes to Kuropc and has
himself interviewed about it.
An ollice building of white marble
and buft brick i to be erected in
New York City. It in to be 21 stories
high. It will be palatial in all re
spects. The apple crop in Europe this year
beats any thingever known. The hay
crop amounts to one-half, oats and
wheat fell off one-fourth; potatoes
arc a failurn almost.
Tiik ligget foundry in the United
Staffs will lm erected at Hamilton.
Ohio, ioUxSilO fret with wings, L're
cupolas will have a capacity to melt
.'. pons per hour.
A rtiKs dispatch f rom Crcstin, la.,
hays that a colony of Illinois farmers
have purchased a tract of nearly one
thousand acres near that place and
will locate there. They are selling
their Illinois farms for $100 an acre
and buying at C'reston for VJ an acre.
( the M cities whose bank clear
ings are reported by Irnd9trcet's. all
but 13 have had more business this
year than last. The 13 are small
places, except Louisville, Denver
and Omaha, and tho decrease re
ported by two of the exceptions is
insignificant. Kot only all of the
larger cities but most of the smaller
ones hare done butter than last year
or the one beforo.
A Niivii. plea for clemency was re
cently made in a New York court by
the attorney for a young roan who
hud just been convicted of attempt
ing an assault upon a woman. Tho
lawyer said: "This is a peculiar
case. It is a ca.-:e nniilar in some
phases to that of Jekyll and Hyde.
This young man has occasional out.
cropping oT li nJi.-h character.
They are outbreaks beyond his con
trol'aDil contrary to tho usual tone
of his nature. In fact, your honor,
this man is the victim of a sad train
of accidents producing a state of
irresponsibility. The man has been
in so many accidents imperiling his
life that hi mind has been atTectcd.
lie has narrowly escaped death from
drowning; he has likewise narrowly
escaped death from the bite of a mad
dog. Here is a certificate from a
doctor of llcllevuc hospital, where
Christie liad been laid up for a week
after another narrow escape from
death 1 y electricity. Ho received a
tcrrilic "shock. There are several
other modes hy which death has
threatened himyoung as he is. All
these have made an impression on
his mind, and made him irresponsi
ble." Tho presiding judge was
astonished by the remarkable story,
and ho deferred sentence to gain
time to investigate.
Trace w re Fast t.olng.
For tlie first time in the history t f
the Grand Army of tho Ucpublie, the
national encampment is held south
of Mason and Dixon's line.
During the 29 years since the or
ganization of he Grand Army, the
national encampment has teen held
at different times in almost all the
northern states that contain a city
largo enough to accommodate a con
vention as large as the Oratid
Army's. During this time the en
campments were held four times in
Pennsylvania and Ohio; three times
in Indiana and Massachusetts; twice
in Washington, and once in Connect
icut. Illinois. Rhode Island. Xew
York, Maryland, Colorado. Minne.
sota, Maine, California, Missouri,
Wisconsin and Michigan.
Tho holding of the encampment in
the south, as the St. Louis Chroni
clo observes, is an enconraging
symptom. It indicates that the
scars left by the war are disappear
ing. It is" a symptom in harmony
with tho dedication on last Memor
ial day of tho Confederate Soldiers'
monument at Chicago. Tbe south
is taking the north, and the north is
taking the south, in a friendly spirit.
The war is over in earnest." There
are traces left here and there, which
are now legarded fondly in the
kindly light of history, and which no
one would eradicate if he could.
They are such traces as the Chatta
nooga and Chickamanga National
parks, and tbe Grand Army of the
That Tired Feeling
Is a common complaint and it is a
dangerous svmptom. It means that
the yU'tu is .debilitated because of
impure blood, and in this condition
it is especially liable to attacks ol
disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
remedy for this condition, and also
for that weakness which prevails at
the change of season, climate of life
Hood's pills act easily, yet prompt
ly and ellieicntly on the bowels and
liver 25 cents.
Tho coroner of Marion county, Ind., ha re
turned a verdict of murder against Holmes,
the insurance swindler, fro the killing of
The Government bond syndicate has de
posited 3,.'0,0ou in gold at tho sub-treasury
to the credit of the government, bring
ing the gold reserve alrave tho limit again.
Jarui s Aslrary, who brought the yachts
Cambria and Livonia from England to
America in 1870 and 1871, respectively, to
compete for the America's cup, is dead at
Tho lurga double brick tobacco ware
houses at Lancaster, Pa., owned by Ro
land lint baker and John F. Brimmer, and
orpupicd respectively by Amos B. Hostet
tcr and John F. Brimmer, were totally de
stroyed by lire. Loss, about f 135,000.
The colored , people of Spring Valley,
Ills., flh-l notice of a suit against the city
of Spring Valley for 2,4o damages al-lep.-d
to have been occasioned by cither a
total or partiid destruction of their house
hold goods by the recent riots.
R. C. Meade, an Atchison, Kan., Insur
ance agent who atisconded a few years
ago with about fju.duo which had been in
trusted to him by widows and others, has
been located in Xew York.
William Peplow, aged 102, recently sang
several songs in a concert in Wellington,
Knglund, licsidcs conducting a chorus and
playing a piuno.
A plot against the life of Prince Ferdi
nand of Bulgaria has been discovered at
Kiisti huk. Twenty persons have been ar
rested. The curfew ordinance of V."iiiorm,Iinn.,
goes Int. i effect lit otic?. It forbids child
ren tinder l'i lN'lng on the streets after 9
o'clock in the evening.
Victor Ilaillot, born in IT! It. is the oldest
of the tlirc,- surviving Frcuchiuun who
were under lire at Waterloo.
Miss Jan.- Add.ims, of Hull House, Chi
cago, is lH.-rtr and expected to be about in
a few (lavs.
Tho fiiiiixiis General Lafayette tree at
Svituate, It. I., hits been split in two by
liglitninir. The tree is the only historic
tree iii Khodo Island, and is the one under
u-hiiii the griiorul ate his dinner while tho
Continental troops wen; marching fruiu
Rhode Islut'.d to Connecticut.
Joseph Sands, a farmer and a deacon In
the Methodist church at K:ce Mat ion. A
short distance from St. Cloud, Minn.,
has eioM'd with Misi Lizzie Baynnl.teucher
of th! district s:-hool, leaving behind hkn
a wife and several whiMr. n.
While walking aliout in her sleep nt
Stuiidish, Mich., Charles Kennedy's 7
y ear-old daughter drank carbolic acid
mixed wilh kerosene. She limy recover.
l'n-siilent Cleveland has emphatically
refused to pardon Kdwurd Scott, sent to
jail for a year lit Washington for carrying
oppeaeri to i'ypesetung Machines,
Alton, Ills., Sept. ie. The Statu Typo,
graphical linlou elected oflicers as fol
lows: William Rotramcl, Springfield,
president; J. A. Otiyun, Peoria, secretary
mid treasurer. The convention deprecated
the use of typesetting machines, and will
usk for more power from the interna
tional tiixly. Next convention will be held
iu Springlicld in Scptembi r, lS'JU.
Anarchists to Hold a Meeting.
London-, Sept. 12. The Berlin corro
siMindent of The Stnmlanl says that rumors
tiro current that the anarchists of all
countries will hold a meeting in London
Two l.tves mvvti.
Mrs. l'hoebu Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
she" had consumption and that there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
of Or. King's Now Hiseovcry com
pletely cured her and she says it
saved'her life. Thomas Kggcrs, 139
Florida street, San Francisco, suf
fureil from a dreadful cold, approach
ing consumption, tried without re
sult everything else, then bought
one bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
ery and in two weeks was cured.
Ho is naturally thankful. It is such
results, of which these are samples,
that prove the wonderful ellicacy of
this medicine in coughs ami colds.
Free trial bottles at Hartz & Ullo
meyer's drug store, llegular size,
50 cents and $1.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will lind the true remedy in Electric
Hitters. This medicine does not
stimulate, and contains no whisky
nor other intoxicant, but acts as a
tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
on the stomach ami bowels, adding
strength and giving tone to the or
gans, thereby aiding nature in the
performance of the functions. Klec
tric Hitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old people find
it iust exaetlv what thev need. Price
50 cents per bottle at Hartz & Ul'e
mevcrs drug store.
BUCKLER'S ARNICA 8ALVK.
The best salve in the world (or
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required.- it is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded, mce zd cents per
box. For sale b v Hartz & UHcmeyer.
Troths Tersely Told.
Foley's Honcv and Tar is one of
the standard medicines used in the
Working Woman's Home association
at 21 South Peoria street, Chicago.'
Dk. 1!liss. Med. $upt.
"Foley's Honey and Tar gives the
best satisfaction here.
C. F. BiCBHAts, Koseland. 111.
'My customers call for Foley's
Honcv and Tar when wanting a good
cough syrup." J. II. Kusse,
For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug
bmt ,Uf uwk,wecaberCaunrisv
bra & a itilU, she cried lor CaaCoria.
Vaea ate bnam Mbn, h dung to Castorta
Wsa turn Nad UiiMrea, she gam Utmm i
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. i
Tlie Terrors of Paralysis.
OVERCOME AT LAST BY THE AD
VANCE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE,
The Testimony of a, Ma Whs Was Hall
Dead for Four Veara To-Day aa
Well and Strong aa Ever.
(Front the Oti-ero, -V. 1 Pullutliur.i.)
Pespile his six,y-'"-ve years of age, nnd the
intense mental and bodily afflictions, he has
been obliged to endure for nearly five Years,
Mr. Theo. J. WhcKr of Oswego, N.Y., ia
till a fine looking luaa. He answered the
reporters rim; at the door bell and invited
bim into his cozy sitting room, where he told
the fallowing zU ry :
"It was oa the morning of Xov. Z7, US3,
that I was stricken down. I attempted to set
op in tlie morning Ksu-nal, when I i'.-iiiid th.-.t
I could not ne my limits or fe't. At tirst i
thought tliey were asleep and rulihed them
briskly with my hands for several minutes,
but without result. Finally I got buck into
bed and sent for Pr. S. M. Uennett of this
village. lie informed me that I had suffered
what is commonly railed a 'stroke of parai
yis.' The numbness continued to spread,
accompanied by a prickling seii'a.itinii. until
the entire lower half of my bod;.-, ai well as
lay legs, w;i affected. My" bowels end kid
ney? refused to perform their functions, and
I wa.i oaly relieved by mechanical process.
I was not satisfied with Dr. Bennett's dins-wr-iU,
und scut for Dr. Low, of Pulaski. He
only (--infirmed Dr. Bennett's statcmi nt and
advied me to got ready to die. 1'i.r six
moulds I lay in bed at the home of my
nk'ce. JTrs. G. A. Ptnfield, unable to tern
over in bol, hariily, ai d requiring constant
attention mid c;:rej Fi.ndiy I grew us'd to
ny hjirtlessnts anl woidtl cmwl out of
bel, und getting partially dressed wonhl
drai; inr Isnly u'xiut the house, nsin; my
limdi like mi iiil'int when crec.imr, hut
niuil.le to help myself iii the hast with my
lowr litul4. TIktc was not the slightest
ft'lini; in the lower pait of niv IkmIv mid a
nc:sl!e thrust into my at'lieted parts would
not produce the slightest pain. This went
on until ciitht months a?o. One diy 1 read
ia tlie A.Wmiif a Cum'dkm f'iit! ea.n
who sua""ril from par.dysis and who IkijI
found relief in Dr. Williams' l ink Tills.
I determined to give the medicine a trial.
Before I could hardly hojie for resti!ts i Im
pin to feel n marked improvement in my
condition. First my kidneys and then my
howcU bi't;nn ntraia. utter a lapse of r.ver
four years, to erf.irni their natural func
tion.).' The numbness left my 1'ndy und the
ipns of fiTlimr r.-tunud. "This enir.inaed
nntil the numbness had left my limbs en
tirely. Now 1 ran tro up to the villn-e
with one enne nnd in the house I en around
without any. It ;s with the rrn-ntet pleas,
lire that I recommend Dr. Williams' l'ink
lis to the public."
Dr. Williams' l'ink Tills contain ell the
elements ncees'rv to (rive new Hie and
ricline.-s fo tlie blood and restore shattered
nerves. Thcv ar for sale br n'.l dnictrists.
tr m:iv lie nad bv mail from Dr. Williams'
Medicine 0., Schenectady, N. for Ouc
per box, or six boxes for i'2S.O.
Boston Dental Parlors
318 llradv Street,
To introduce or.r?lvc to the pnblic of
th'a vlc'nl'y we wi'1, until further no
tice. TEETE FREE
We mike a specialty of the Painless Ex
traction of Teeth aid AI.ON'E nsi the
wonderful local Antr'tbetlc KXCULSlOlt
which htts no bal tffccu uen the heart.
Wc also use Nitrous Oxiile, Chloroform
or Ether, ir detircil. Wc do all kimla of
hiirh-c'nes Dentistry, making a socially
of the Correction of lrregnluritie of the
Teeth aLd GOLD CROW'S and BliUKiE
WoI'.K. All work guaranteed. Lady
See Our Prices.
SHver Filling SO cent and up
(Md Filling. ...fl and ap
Co'd Crowns. $"
Set of Teeth 8s
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Ccmc end see u. Wa can save joa raoi y.
fn Sundaya for extracting from 9 to 10 a. m
Boston Dsntal Parlors.
Over Wincckc's Tailor shop.
318 Brady street .... DAVESfORT, IA
Hog Cholera Cured.
A pwitiTe cn-e for ho- cholera nr any other
diejse to which the swine is sn ject. It baa
a I n? history, whica would oceniy too mnch
spire at a larce exiienre of nilve-ti-inp. It
has been thoronrhly tcMrd wilh pcasinc re
sults. Asa cLoleta remedy for chicksi s and
tnrkeif it t. no n If it f Vis to do the
work tLe money will be refunded. Where it
l o-ed nnre in a while ho; cholera ntrer
makes its appearnce. Put up in S pound
packages to aay aUiires? on receipt of tS.
M. E. CARLIX.
1809 Washington St. DAVENPORT
A t-w.Tcin.rt i.a tv.tet Cor
YJK3rdapwTiTcr'.y or Toitfnl sv- tv
omn& UcwmrBrimtttcc. Sum
fms'i- rr loX, or triAvi box Jt. hui
u-bmm1 ira ulain anuftw. Wvi t an
Said by UVU UHcmeyer and T. U. Thomas
PrklFheatrVs FadMi Msamea4 ftram.
mm4 SrmU is Ka aa4 .aM bmviik
bmf ffrad iui War TtMwi. Take
f mfc. iifim.i -- "tfti ri ,i ail ,
- ItaUcT SW lallra.- , torn, b, Man
Mail. HUN T-uaaaa. Mar.
aaMkraULsaUIlraaciju. . ... ttlUaas , Pa.
&i .... fJ1
il XT. A
a. Ja. umiriu.1.
Coxuielly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
(Xflce sw4ind flont, over Mtthell ft Lrdr
tltttk. Moner to o,n-
Jacktaou 6c Hunt,
. Attorneys at Law.
'HlVre In Knca Nlu.it Nitonl Bank ItoiMtiue.
a. a. aaisaii.
. L. aukla.
Sweeney At Walker, '
Attorneys and Councillors at 1 Jiw
Otnea in ttenparon's Block.
Cbarlaa J. Soxrle,
Attorney at Law.
Oral bnalDa of all kinds arampthr attorard
to Stato attorney ol Ko:k laiittHi cnanty
Offlcai. rostoflla HUk.
McEairy it McEulxy,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on eood securitT: mas eollee-
Uma. Ref'renoe, MlUohell A Lnaa, bankers.
OJioe. PoatoCa Clock.
Drack & Kerar,
Architect and Snpcriatendcnts.
Ronm ? V M C A Itcllulua, cor Third avenae
and NiiK-teetith s'ro. t.
Geo. P. Ktauduhar.
Plsr.s and snnrrtntindenr for all r.laaa of
B-illdiairji. Knonn M and Co, Mlte.DaU a Lynda
Balidlnc. Take cleTator.
Dr. W. H Ludewig
Ppceialist of Kye, Kar
Kose and Throat.
niee in Tremnn's new hnildinir. eoroefev-
ntwiilh Mtret and Tbiru avenao, hock lelaud.
leli-i.imtje o. naa.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Noe and Throat Only.
Office, W-it'Uter P.loetc, snathweat corner
Thltd aad Brady streets. Davenport. Iowa
Knoniii 17 nnd IS. Boor; Q to 11 a. tn.,1 to 4 p m
VV. A. Darling,
ttaom 4. Mitchell A Lynde's building.
R.t M. Pearce,
Hnom i an l HI In Mitchell A trade's i
nl!ln!. Tke alevstor
M You will ride
H a Bicycle
Of course yon will ride. All the
world will fashion, pleasure,
It takes a while
sometimes for the
world to recog
nize its privileges;
hnl vtion it- itnoe
it adapts itself
you who are
in tlie world will
ride a bicycle
bicycle if yon desire the best the
world produces ; a Hartford, the
next best, if anything short of a
Columbia will content you.
$3o $6o ; for boys and girls, $50.
POPE BFG. CO., Hartford, Conn.
Boston, Hew York. Ctilcar.
Saa Francisco, Providence ISaffals.
A Catluci coniltrotienaiv. baoutlfnl
,t any I
a. Tlio I
aeoncv free, or br mail fortwoa-oontstanino.
book t-H"ef nil the nw rolnmhiiw and Hartford
And Floor Paints,
1610 Third avesoo.
LO!5T MANHOOD .'
EaaH7, Qaik!y and Perrsacautly Restored.
tiser!a en a preCtiro
kraieo to euro c::y
fnr'). ry er-eai-a ceo 01 rser.
c( rtotht--l iac.acTc.ion r orcr 4-iuaicenTW cjc.
IMxtinsm. Cr.nTtki.ni. V.afcffatecsa. :eaaefcv
Mental !ttrwi.in. rifr.lnTof I ho I.ritn. neaa
r-T?araotr-.d. lr:ro. f;lX0 a bon: C bPTC
for tW. Nfflt b 1 rttll a rccciot oi trim. A sn'Aa
ccusrteel-jraufced viiaoTcryf xtr.'oKtrroeeirea.
U, retail tM oenry u a pcrmancin J as -a
- iiEHVLi jnzicn:2 co.. Dctiuit, ISA.
So d by II. F. Eabneen, dragnet, R-tk iaUal
1 1 rwrnin f
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v k-x fiirra cl trrwi'
trati -nor aT e
c -L.r .-,
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
pHlCAOO, ROCK ISLAND PACirtC
- RailaraT Tickers ran be purchased or bst
pare checked at at laf Tweutla-ta street depot
or C lc I J ft" depot comer firta avenue and
riitity arat rtrert. Prank H. Plnmmer, Aeent.
Denver Luutwa tu..B.
Pt. Worth, leaver A H. V..
Omaha Ji D Moines
trnntiv Jt Minneapolis......
Uoiaiia A Oes sjomhmi Sx. .
tomahaA Minneaiiolis Kx..
Denver, l.ineolu V Omaha...
8t. i-aal & Mtnneapol's
Uer.var. Ft. Worth A E. C.
t Kansas fit y A ft. Joseph.
I lt.- IkI-UiU A Washiinnon.
i"tiicairo A De Moinea
Rock UlantlAStaart aceom..
ao. S:ir aw
4 Ml am
an I tu n 5 pm
pvjt H:f am
am i t 3 n
pmlt 7 40 am
Uc I-U11J ABrKkl)n Ac
AfTtTal. tDepartore. tlMlly, except Sunday.
Allotbersdailr. Telcpbono lOsB.
BUHLINOTiiN BOTJTat C.. fl. O. KAttf
way Depot Pint avenue and Six toe tan
street, M. J. Youw, agent.
to. Ijuois Kxpresa
Ml lAni. Kxnrcaa......
S-lerlini;. DnWnqoeaSt. Panl t:40 pm
Bcan!stwn Pamcnirer S:5ipm
S'erllng. Iluhaqno A t.Panl; 7 Warn
a 'Mi ore
ballr. tDally except Sunday.
CHICAGO. UILWAVIII ST. PAUL
Railway Racine A Southwestern Dlvtakm
Detwx Twrntietb stroet. between First and
gecond avenues, L II. Greer. Agent.
trts) am rinpm
Mail and Express
Ct. Paul Express I
Vrelgbt and Accommoilat'n. '
4Kb) pm U:.min
9:00 am- 7 :10 pm
Pally except Sunday.
ock Island Peoria Kailwat
T-rt Firat ATcnue and Twentieth street
L. (loff. arenu
Eastern Ex. TlteTrllliy". I SNam
Peoria a SI Louts kail Kx... I i:iaui
Rtprees 1 1:15 ura
Piiiria Accom. Frclttlit ! 7:10 ura
It -If, am
2 "ai am
7 IA am
Clile (via bnerrardl Aceom.; 6:1 am
f 'ahie Acrommoilstion...... i 8:40am
t'ablo Arcommoilatjon .. ! 3:Mpni
Pasaentrer trains l-ave V.. H. I. A P. (Mollne
avenuel ilemt Bve 5) minntrs arlh r than time
rrlven. Train marked dai y, all other train
daily except bui day.
Dcklixoton, Cedar Rapids a
Northern Kailway. depot foot of Bradi
street, Davcaport. J as. Morton, Uea. Tk't A
M :;i5 pm
Wet tjtijrlv Iratur
b7 :10 am
nniiv. niiativ excom J-nnaav. tootne north
tnolre Month and east. No. II runs between
Oeuar Hapida and V est Libeity.
To the East via the
?. . & P.
In Effect June 30.
Lv Pork Island.....
4x5 am 8 00 am
4 37 am 8 05 am
7 am 11 20 am
9 07 am I l.'pm
B 15 pm 9 05 pm
10 Mam 3 10ptn
II 10 am
1 10 pm
0 40 p. i.
B 00 pm
t: It I A P Denot
Lv Hoc k island
1 45 pm
8 00 pm
9 ft pm
Tvii!ielu at Deiot
ftt inaiaiiupiiiis ..
Ar linyfor. ......
s x am
7 at am
7 X.I am
8 14 am
Ar t oiiimbna.....
8 s pm
8 40 tim
Ar tit Lou in
6 tu sin
8 Nt i ni
Ar Terre Haute . .
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. in. carries through coach to bt.
Louis, passing through I'ekin, Hav
ana, Springlicld and Litchlield.
L.ines east oi 1 eona carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. J. YOUNG, JR.
Tbe Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Blaib, alatter; L. B. Scitio, Clerk.
Leaves Rock Island for koscatlne. New
tolon. Keitbsbunt, Oqaawka, and Dar
lington every '
And Friday, at 4:30 p. m.
Kice rooms and (rood meals. Spoc;al rates
to parties of five or more wtio wisb to
make the ronnd trip. The Young baa
been very receutllf purchased and Cited
np f"r this trade, aud la nH surpassed by
anTthftipou tbe atiiwippi for elegance
GEOBGB LAMONT A SOU. Agents.
Diamond Joe Line Warehouse.
John Voile 3c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Bnildcri
Biding, rioorinc, Waltacoatias;
lMk Itiaat, Ut tb aad lib an
FOR GENERAL. -SW
BLACKING APPLIED AVID
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH Mors.. Bros. Projvs.Cimfon. Mass, 11 SA
Sold by ITenrj Dart's Sons,
Fitted witi ti)c arcat "d. 6" J." Tires
O e All Ravblcr Bicycles are Fully Guarantcfd i 0
"CT- i aV a j
McCAUE BROS., Sole Agents. I i?2. i?22. i"2 W26 tnd
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CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
DrSaWalsh & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa.
Dl T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Protcasor in two of Chicago'
leading medical college?.
Acknowledged by the Medic il Profeasion, Arknowlcdced by the Tress, Acknowledged, by
all aa the World's Greatest and Only Successful Specialists In C'l.ronlc, Nerroas, Private aad
burgical Diseases of both sexes.
CONSULTATION FREE! PKOMPT AND I'EKM ANKNT CL UES! '
You that are trotili-
led with Nerrons tH hillty, Ist Manhood. Ex
haustive llratna. Night losres. Defective Memory,
Threatened Insanity, Loss or Will Power, Mental
ilclnylons, alcejilesenes!'. or nny other symptom of
nervon exhaustion. Yon toold consult its be
fore it i too lat-3. Delay is fatal.
SURGICAL operations performed
at vnnr home when desired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a specialty.
The praises we have receive d for onr remarkable akill In raring ease, given np a hopel,
has coniiM-lled us to im liis mi-nns In order to rive the uooot.. anil aa th m.iir.i J..r
nerefit of our kn., ledce of medicine and our Inimitable skill in the art or sun-ery. H.,m. mher jour
''""y Jstcin is a.ways Wf-leome lo as ojcrate. We are willing lo.pread our knuwl'dga
and ebw our skill, and we fet-l iosl v nrontl nf ih. l,ii. ' . r ..... .r.
cal profession rr the advancwd medical and surgical literature we have written.
Only ruraiile cas token. Best or re terencci aud credentials. If you cannot call, write. Hnu
dredtt cured by mail.
Chicago Medical Institute.
Ofiice, 124 West Third Street.
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For sale at Harper House Pharmacy, Kock Island, III
Any Duck Suit in our store
1 14 VVtst Second street
BEE 3 HIVE
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FOR A QUICK AHTR-DINNER SHINE
APPUEO AND POUSHEO WITH A CLOTH?
Wholesale Grocers. Kock Island
DEL J. E. WAIH,
Late of Chtcaeo, formerly Surgeon-la-CIik f of
SU Antliony's Hiapital.
YOU CAXT afford to delay if you
are vnffi rine with Catarrh, Bronchitis, A-iania,
Early Conatimption, hlM-umal sm.Netiraleta. fiva-(ep-ia,
Scrofula, Kyptiilf.Hooi. liver.kidi v ll
easea, ntpturo, pile or htdriCTle. tlur 'ong hos
pital expertuuee cuiblea ns to save a life ben
WE CAN positively guarantee a
radical rnrccf VarloJCeia In seven dsvs hyour
painless methMf. Women snaerlrg from nterlne
or ovenaln I eon hies of any natnre come aad eel
an opinion on jourcaee free of charge.
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XcCullonKh Builuinif, I Uonrs to IS,
1 to 4. snd
DAVENPOKT - IOWA. I liol
Whtn in rl'Hi'tT whAt intttar ft Nrrroo. nrWlity, I.ow cf IWfisI Ptmrrtin HlVff
Scfti, IniiMrtcD. v. Atrisjahy. Vanrntrie tii a-vttv-v v.-iirarj! frsi ny rusc. nm
13cxt Ilrainf. ih"krd r.n'1 full wffr iif kly r-j.ir"1. If ti I'tclcxt, m h
trwJ-l .tcS'jti fatally. MilM anyhr--. alt. ffi.; A 1w I-.t f WHtt
a ivvai fiirinTre tw vurc j rcluau tuu tMuory.
Fall and Winter
With a complete line of
Jackets and Fur Capes.
Yon are cordially invited
to inspect our block, lis
rarety will aurpriae and
please you. liny Cloak
now for the following rea
sons: FIRST Ynil tret a Iioltnv nimln
I up garment.
, SECOND You tret a larrer as
THIRD You save at least 25
per cent, for when the sea
son begins factories have
to pay more for making
garments and materials
LADIES desiring to make spe
cial selections now can se
en re a garment by making
a deposit on it.
At Half Trice. Iatcftt nov
cities in Fall Sailors.
for tl.'JS, worth b and C.