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THE ABGUS. F1U DA 7. SEPTEMBER 18, 1895.
Published Pally end Weekly at MM Second
Avenue, Rock Island, 01. Bnteced at the poi
olEcc at second c!im matter.
J. W. FoTTEB
TEHUS Daily. 10 cent per week. Weekly,
(2.00 per annum ; in advance, f 1. 50.
All communications of a critical or argnmenta
tlre character, political or religions, moat have
teal name attached for publication. No such
jrtlcle will be printed orer flctition signatures.
Correspondence solicited from every township
in Roek Island county.
KKIDAr, SEPTEMBEK 13, 1895.
Advektisb in Tqe Akuus and note
It is estimated that 2,500,000 men
diid in the wars of the past 80 years.
The court of tbe Queen's bench
existed in England for a thousand
Mississippi's convict farm is not
only self supporting, but yields $50,
In each thousand people in the
United States, 381 of them are 16
years of age or under.
To succeel you sinuld advertise.
To have your advertisement count,
place it in The Ahuis.
Vick-Pkesident Stevexsos, since
his Alaska trip, remains at his home
in Bloomington as quicty as possible.
He and the members of his family are
in splendid health.
Madison County 18 years ago was
paying nearly 10 per cent intercston
k"'J'-J')0. Since then she has re
duced the principal to f 40,000 and
the annual interest account from
10,000 to 13.200. And the proba
bilities are that the entire debt will
be wipod out in two years more.
Ai.uasy Au;is: We are evidently
sharing the reawakening of industry
and return of prosperity, whose iirst
signs arc the procurers of an era
whose like the prophets believe the
country has ncvor before enjoyed.
The country is groaning with veg
etable wonders says an exchange.
Seventeen-pound tomatoes, 50-pound
rneloas, 70-pound pumpkins aud 20
foot corn is the icgalar thing this
year. The land aches with its burden
and agriculturists are tearing down
their barns to build greater. This
plcntitude tends to pull down prices
somewhat, but a year of big crops is
very welcome even with tbe inevita
ble downward trend of prices. It
means cheap living for the masses.
Ex-Pkesident Hakkisox has de
cided to continue his stay in the
state of New York for three months
longer. His son-in-law, Mr. McKee,
the father v' 1'aby MtKee. has taken
a cottage at Saratoga, and (icn. Har
rison will occupy it with him, so it
is understood. The ex-president
will reach Saratoga some time next
week. His arrival, of course, has no
reference to the meeting of the New
York republican state convention at
that place. This is a mere coinci
dence, liut, if the state convention
should pass a resolution requesting
the distinguished ex-pretident to ap
pear before it and make a few re.
ii. ark, (icn. Harrison would not be
displeased. In fact, it can bo stated
confidentially that if the republican
eonvention at Saratoga fails to no
tice the presence of Ilcnjamin Harri
son "in its midst.1' the Hoosier
statesman will bo seriously af
fronted. First Solid llooro.
Bt. Louis Rep l bite.
Col. William R. Morrison is an
admired friend and neighbor of the
Missouri democracy. We like to see
Col. Morrison, with "a war record
full of bullets," a tariff record full of
a gallantry as heroic as his soldier'j
deeds and a mauhood record full of
honest consistency, has the only
solid, tangible presidential support
that has yet been tendered to any
Third term talk is beneath the
standard of tho temporizing pol
itician. Whitney is only men
tioned as a nucleus of a manageable
New York delegation. Campbell
has not crossed tho line of a big
vote in Ohio. Carlislo is mentioned
Advertise ! !
. OF COURSE.
with compliments, bnt no support
has pledged itself.
Free silver leaders in Illinois ind
elsewhere have announced that they
lavor aiorrison. senator Mills, who
comes ont as the Texas leader of con
servative monev ODinion. noints to
It is still earlv. bnt such n in.
proach of forces toward agree
ment is important. Col. Mor
rison's friends may well feel that
events are favorable.
The) Telephone la War.
An interesting experiment of install
ing a telephone by trotting cavalry was
recently successfully undertaken by
some Prussian uhlans between Berlin
and Potsdam. Two sets of one officer
and two noncommissioned officers pro
ceeded in tho early morning from Ber
lin to Potsdam. Each set was equipped
with a complete telephone apparatus,
which one cf the men carried in a
leather case on his chest, besides the
requisite quantity cf thin wiie. The
end of the wiie was connected with the
respective towns' telephone station,
and the wire was, by means of a foik
fixed at the end of the lance, thrown
over the top of tiie trees along the read.
As each kilometer of wire was rims sus
pended a halt was niarte and It was as
certained whether there was connection
with the station. A new kilometer of
wire was then connected with the for
mer, and on went tho men. The two
sets met at Teltow. The wires, having
been respectively tested with the:r re
spective station!), were connected, and
telephonic connection between Berlin
and Potsdam was established. The dis
tance is about 20 miles. n:id the whole
thiiiK was done ta about four hours.
A rrlnce'a Gift.
The imperial princes have an English
governess, whom thry look np to with
reverential awe, though, notwithstand
ing, or perhaps for t4iat very reason,
they aro greatly tittached to her. A
short while ago this lady's birthday was
the occasion of sniidwr presentations
from her little pnpils ami their angnst
parents. Among tho valuable tokens of
iibrialify rho gorerne?s noticed an in
sigtr.flcant looking cardboard bos.
"Whatever is this?" she said as she
totfk it up in ktr hand.
Hera Priuco Oscar drew himself np
to his fnll height and replied, "That is
"But it is empty," remarked tho as
And tho little princo replied: "Yes,
it is empty uow, bnt tomorrow papa is
going to pull my first tooth, and the
box is ts put it in. Then I'll give it to
Next day, sure enough, tho little
man, his faco beaming with delight,
presented tbo tooth to his teacher, who
now wears it as a trinket on her bangle.
Tiro Uvea Slaved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
sue naa consumption una that there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
of Dr. King's New Discovery com
pletely cured her and she says it
saved her life. Thomas Kggers, 139
Florida street, San Francisco, suf
fured 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.
He is naturally thankful. It is such
results, of which these are samples,
that provo the wonderful eflicacy of
this medicine in coughs and colds.
Free trial bottles at Hartz & Ulle
meyer's drug store. Regular size,
50 cents and $ 1.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will find tho true remedy in Electric
Bitters.- 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 anil bowels, adding
strength and giving tone to the or
gans, thereby aiding nature in the
performance of the functions. Elec
tric Bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old people find
it just exactly what they need. Price
50 cents per bottle at Hartz & Ulle
meycr's drug store.
BI CKLEN S AKXICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for
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. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
For Orer Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is tbe tiest remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-live cents a bottle.
riles! Files! riles!
Dr. Williams Indian Pile Ointment will enre
tiled blcedioi, ulcerated and Itching piles. It
absorbs tbe tnmors, allays tbe itching at once,
acts as a pou'tice, gives instant relief. Dr. Wll
Hams' Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only for
piWs and itching of tbe private pares, and nothing
else. Every box Is guaranteed. Sold by drug-
Stp, sent by mail, for 50 cents and f 1 per box.
Williams 3,anufacturin company. Proprietors.
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by T. 11. Thomas,
Wh Bahy wee sack, we care hsr OastoHs.
a Child, at, cried for Caatorm.
''' -"' V rtrnni: In fasti Shu
i aba bad Children, aba gavetoesn
Children Cry for
LON22.V MOUNDS AT POINT BARROW.
They Mark the Antiquity of a Jfatlve Baca,
bat Do Not Tell lie Story.
Point Barrow, Alaska, the northern
most point of land of tbe North Ameri
can continent, has some interesting
graveyards of its own. About 1 1 years
ago Lieutenant Ray, in his report cf
the polar expedition to Point Barrow,
recorded that in digging a shaft 28 feet
below the earth's surface to obtain
earth temperatures Iks found a pair of
wooden goggles, pointing to the great
lapse of time since these shores were
first peopled. The Alaska Mining Rec
ord Says that this country was nndonbt
fdly inhabited long before Colnmbus
discovered America. Of the origin or
descent of the inhabitants no definite
trace has been found, aud there are no
records of the past among the people
Who now live there. Their language
abounds in legends, bnt none gives any
data by which to jndge how long these
desolnto shores have been inhabited.
Tho rains of ancient villages and
winter huts along the seashore and in
the interior show that the country has
been inhabited for centuries. There aro
mounds at Point Barrow marking the
site of three huts dating back to the
time when the natives had no iron and
the men "talked like dog." These
mounds stand in the middle of a marsh,
and the sinking of the land cansed tbe
site to be flooded and abandoned. The
inhabitants in times past have followed
tlie receding line of ice which at one
time capped tho northern part of this
continent and have moved along tlfe
easiest line of travel. This is shown in
the general distribution of a similiar
people, npeaking a similar tongue, from
Greenland to Bering strait. The dis
tribution of the race today marks the
routes traveled. The seashore led them
along tho coasts of Labrudor mid Green
land, Hudson bay and its tributary
waters. They come down tho Yukon, so
rich iu minerals, to people the shores of
that stream and the interior cf Alaska,
and traveled along the coast to Cape
Prince cf Wales. To this day they use
dogs instead of deer, tho natives of
North America having never domesti
cated the reindeer, and they Fpeak a
different tongno from their neighbors
across tho strait in Siberia.
Some writers on the subject have ad
vanced the theory that the natives of
Alaska are descendants of the race of
people that Cortes drovo out of Mexico,
others that they are Japaneso or Chinese
in origin, and others still that they
came to this country across the strait
from Siberia. So far as definite infor
mation is concerned, one gness is as
good as another. The lonely mounds
at Point Barrow mark tho antiquity of
tho race, but they do not tell its story.
Threadbare Genius Was Rewarded.
A moldy looking wayfarer knocked
at tho back door of a hr.mblo dwelling
in tho suburbs tho other morning and
inqnired of tho woman who answered
the knock :
"Do you want your piano tuned to
"Laud sakcel" she replied. "We
haven't any piano. "
"Perhaps the frescoing in your parlor
needs touching np a little," he sug
gested. "There ain't any frescoing in the
A look of deep melancholy settled on
the face of tho tourist.
"I am very sorry," he said. "By do
ing this kind of work for our best peo
ple I umko my living. I was hoping I
might be able by the exercise of one of
my callings in your tasty cottage to earn
"Lord love you, come right in!" cor
dially exclaimed the woman, opening
the door wide. "You're a greasy fraud,
and I know it, -but you've got talent,
and I admire taleut wherever I meet it
How'll you have your opgs hard or
soft boiled?" Chicago Tribune.
Leapera of tho Sea.
Many of the inhabitants of the sea are
good jumpers and some have become
famous. Among thcin should be men
tioned the tarpon or silver king, a huge
fish with scales that gleam like silver,
which constitutes the famous game fish
of Florida. Tho leaps of this beautiful
creaturo are often astonishing. Several
years ago a steamer was rushing down
the St. Johus river. Tho captain was
sitting on the foro deck, leaning against
tho pilothouse, when suddenly there
rose in tho air a beautiful shining fish
four feet in Icagth. It came on like an
arrow and lauded in tho lap of the cap
tain as neatly as thongh it had been
In Pacifie waters tho tuna, an ally of
tho horse mackerel, is noted for its
leaps. Sometimes a school sweeps up the
coast aud tho powerful lih, often
weighing 800 pounds, aro seen in the
air iu every direction. They are like an
arrow, turn gracefully live or six feot
in tbo air and come down, keeping tho
water for acres iu a foam, aud if not
tho greatest jumpers they are certainly
tho most graceful of tho leapers of tho
sea. Philadelphia Times.
Husbands of Sickly Wives.
Don't be discouraged. There is es
cape from doctors' bills. Zoa-Phora.
Women's Friend, has brought health
to many women, and prosperity to
many families, when other remedies
and skillful physicians have failed.
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Marshall
"field Not to Misfortune."
I was afflicted with catarrh la3t
autumn. During the month of Oc
tober I could neither taste or smell
and could hear but little. Ely's
Cream Balm cured me. Marcus
George Shautz, Rahway, N. J. "
I suffered from catarrh of the
worst kind ever since a boy, and I
never hoped for cure, but Ely's
Cream Balm seems to do even that.
Many acquaintances have used it
with excellent results Oscar Os
trum, 45 Warren avenue, Chicago,
111. Cream Balm is agreeable.
EASY ENGLISH FOR SPANIARDS.
It Maxt'Xewd Want Bread and Rotter If
Be Can Kay "Sombrero y Bota."
Some time ago two Chilean gentle
men, friends of each other, agreed to
visit Europe. One of them resolved to
proceed overland to Buenos Ayres, and
from thence to Montevideo, where he
would join the straits steamer, while
tho other preferred to make tho journey
In due time the steamer arrived at
Montevideo, and the two friends met
again. After the customary salutations
were over they commenced to compare
notes cf their respective trips. Tho trav
eler by sea complained that tho Chilean
stewards on board professed a profound
ignorance of their nativo tongue and
persisted in answering all questions put
in that langnage with a "What, sir?" or
"Beg pardon, sir!" "Only imngine,"
ho said, "that daring all the voyage
from Valparaiso to Montevideo I have
been unable to obtain pan con mnnto
quilin, becauso iho stewards cither
would not or could not understand me."
"My dear friend," replied tbo over
land routo man, "I will tell yon how to
overcome that difficulty. There is a
considerable number of Spanish words
which can be inado to do duty as Eng
lish. It is merely a question of pursing
np tho mouth and speaking harshly
through tho teeth. For instance, in the
case of pan con nianteqnilla, the Span
ish words to be employed are sombrero
y bota. Make tho trial and you will be
convinced of the efficacy of my method. "
Next morning tho two frieuds sat
down together to breakfast, and the
overland men, nudging his companion,
whispered. "Try my method." Imme
diately afterward one of the Chilean
niozos who was unable to comprehend
tho meaning of pan con niantcquilla ap
proached, mid tho passenger, screwing
up his niou:h and Fpcnking through his
teeth, exclaimed, "Sombrero y bota."
"Some bread and butter? Yes, sir,"
came the answer, and tho passenger
had no difficulty after that in procuring
pan con nutntequillu. Chilean Times.
A Honseholrt Necessity.
No family should be without Fo
ley's Colic and Diarahnca Cure for
all bowel complaints. For sale at M.
F. Bahnscn's dru store.
HEART DISEASE, lite
many other ail men ta when they
have taken hold of the system,
ne-rer gets better of Its own accord, but
Constantly grotca tncrse. There are
thousands who kcorr they have a defective
heart, but Till not admit tho fact. They
don't want their friends to worry, and
Don't knotff tehat to tone for it, as
they have been told time and again that
heart disease was incurable. Such was the
case of Mr. Silas Farley of Dyesvtlle, Ohio
who writes June 19, 189. as follows:
"I had heart disease for S3 near,
try-heart hurtinff eo clnKwt continually.
Tho rst 11 ypars I doctored all the time,
trying several physicians and remedies,
until my last doctor told me It was only a
question of time as
I coold not be cured.
I gradually Frew
worse, very weak,
and completely dis
couraged, until I
lived, propped half
up In bed, because I
costMtt't lie f ovn
nor sit up. Think
in 5 my time had
come I told my fam
ily what I wanted
done when I was
gene. But on the first day of March on
tho recommendation of Mrs. Fannie Jones,
of Anderson, Ind., I commenced taking
Dr. Mars' Sew Cure for the Heart
and wonderful to tell, in ten days I was
working at light work and on March 13 com
menced framing a barn, which is heavy
work, and I hav'nt lost a day since I am 56
years old, 6 ft. 4i Inches and weish 2301bs.
I beticrc 1 s: fully rurrrf, and
I am now only anxious that everyone Khali
kaow of your wonderful remedies."
Dycsville, Ohio. Silas Farlet.
Dr. MHr-s Heart Cnre Is mid on a posltlTS
aarsnw vnatTne ursi Dottle will Dencuu
llrtrncTiistssell it at SI. 6 hot tire fort.-, r-.r
U will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of prfce
hthall. Mil Mui.r.i 1 -Vv riL-l.rf ImI
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
Who does not want her
washing done in the
shortest time and neat
est way is hard to find. ,
Those who use
(jet 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.
EE AS DIRECTIONS,
Follow them and you
will find that you have
struck a poo'd thin.
G22AT SOCZ XSLAHS TAB SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and re
moves grease, paint, etc.
Warnock & Ralston
Knan Makers. Knelt Inland.
Baaily, Quickly and Permanently Restored.
Cnxasarrs Escusa Eistar
It in arid oa a positlro
e:narai.u to cure any
I-rm cf ncrrous pnw
tmiiraor ary disorder
of tlso scaiul orcmacf
eitiicr spx, c-used
Hnferr. by execsuvo ce of
Tobarco. Alrrhil tr Oricci. cr
of yootbfcl iiKSnwTPticn cr over indo!Tenp etc
IMxstne?. Convulsions. Waief-lncK. Hcadariia,
llraial 1 wrrespion. r-i;rrinirol ti-o lirin. Weak
Memory. lhns iown hains. Pcclnal V.'eafcne.
Hrxeria, NK.-tumal Emis-tfctu, SpcnnatorrbtM,
LoVs ot Itrrer and Icpo;ctry. whicn ii neglscfea
E:et lead to Tiresiatnie old ece and insanity.
IWitiTclycaran'red. Iricc$l.C9s box:6hr?
fnr$i W. t!t bir n-iilca rcceirtot r rkv.A rrrittea
guarantee furnished wit a orcry $.00 order received.
to rcfiod Um cx.ary it a penr.sncrit cm is out
w iKYU 1EDXIX2 CO.. Dcircl 2Sck.
So'd by M. F. Bituten, druggist. Buck lalanl.
We Offer a Betaedv
Which Insures Safe
ty to Life of Mother
ROBS CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN.
HORROR AND RI8K.
"My wife used only two bottles. She was
easily and quickly relieved; is now iloiufc
J. S. Uobtor, Barlow, S. C
Sent by express or mall, on rrelpt of price.
I.M per battle. Book "1U koi'IlkttS-1
BBADFUXD RRGtXATOR CO.. ATLANTA. G A.
US BY ALL Kl UGlSTa.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
pHICAQO, ROCK ULAKD PACIFIC
Railway Tickets ran he nnrchased or bag
Kmee ohcckad at K 1 A p Twcirtieto etteel depot
or o K I f depot corner Ktrtb arcnue and
rntrty-am street, Frank O. flummer, Agent.
Bast. I War,
r 2:b6aaf s:djb
r 43 am 111 nap
Ovuvr idmlusd YOma..
Ft. K orto, Denver K.O..
Crust a Dts Moines
tOmaha A slinnemuo"-......
OmsbaADra Moines Bx...
tomaba A Minneapolis Kx..
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
St. faui tc Xtaneapola
Densor, Ft. Wort b A E.C..
ttlansas City A St. Joseph,
(ilock Island A Wasbioinon.
tCbtcaro A Des Moines
Rock UlandAStoart Acenai..
Boca lelandABrooklyn Ac.
f V -flli Am ,' X -0 mm
vH:iamJ 4 JO am
7:is wd tiinopia
ntMSamlr SnA) am
:.mam t 8:.Vtpa
11:110 pnvts: am
1:S0 am tS:SSpm
1 1 45pn.it 7:16 am
7 :t pm t 7:n ant
' a 10 pint " i tu am
Arrival, t Departure. tDaliy.exeeptSnnday.
All oiners daily. Telephone losi
BCRUNGTOH ROUTS 7 B. O. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street. M. J. Yoana, agent.
St. Louis kxpn-ss 7.03 ami 7:SHpm
SL bonis express 7:i in-.; s:w am
Sterling. DnbnqoeaSt. Paul 1 6:40 pm T:M am
Bearilstown Passenger j 2:50pm! ll:i;am
S'critng. liahtiqno A "t.Pa"! t 7:65 m M-hOptn
Dally. tDatlj except Sunday.
pHICAQO. MILWAUKEE BT. PAUL
Railway Ractse A Banthwostarn Division
Depot Twentieth strwt, between First and
Second avenues, L B. Greer. Agent.
Hail and Bxpross I 7:00 am rpm
?t. Paul Express 4:00 pm Il:Mvn
Freight an t Accommodat'n. 9:00 am 7::Mpra
Daily except Bundiy.
Dock Island a Peoria Railwat
v Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street
E. L. Golf, apent.
Eastern Ex. -'The Trilby", j !: am 10:43 pm
Pcorim a bt louis Mail itx... :( am 6:40 pm
Express I litSpm 11:15 am
Peoria Accom. Freight 7:liipm 2:00 am
Cable (via Snerrardl Accom. 8:10 am ft:S0 pm
Cable Accommodation...... 8:40am tr.M pm
Cable Accoirmodslton .... ' .S5 pm 7 56 am
Passenger trains leave C. R. I. A P. (Molina
avenue; depot five (5) minutes t artier than time
given. Train marked daiiy, all other trains
daily except buuday.
Durlikgtok, Cedar Rapids a
orthcm Ii ail way, depot foot of Brady
street, Davenport. Jas. Morton, Sea. Tk't A
H ::5 omlblfl:5 am
b7-00 ml bO-4. pm
Weft Liberty I ra.n
b7 :10 am
a rtailv. ouauv excent hncaav. tlioine nortli.
tGolni; Honth and east. No. 18 runs between
Cedar .tapids and West Llbeity.
To the East via the
?. . & P.
In Effect June 30.
C It I A f Depot
1 40 pm
1 45 pm
5 00 pm
7 ST am
7 80 am
S It am
7 30 am
8 ra pm
8 40 pm
8 58 pm
9 45 nm
Twentieth st Dcrot
Ar Bloom ington
Arf 'inc r.nati
Ar JackranvllJe...... ,
Ar bt Louis.
12 05 pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
HOOK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through l'ekin, Hav
ana. SpringlieM and Litchfield.
Lines east oi l'cona carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains lo principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. J. YOUNG. JR.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Blaib. Master; L. B. Scrrsa, Clerk.
Leaves Rnck Island for hascatlno. New
Botoo, Keithsburg, Uqaawka, and Uur
And Fuidav, at 4:30 p. m.
Nice rooms and good meals. Special rates
to parties of live or more who wish to
make tbe round trip. The Young has
been very recently purchased atd fitted
up for this trade, and is ait s urpased by
anything on the Miathuippl for elegance
GEORGE LAMOST A SON. Agents.
Diamond Joe Line Warehootc.
4 35 am 8 00 am
4 37 am 8 05 am
7 am II 20 am
9li7am 112 pm
a .VI pm 10pm
7 05 um
8 15 pm 9 05 pm
8O0pm 1020 pm
955pm U50 am
10 50 am
lo Warn SlOpm
II 10 am
1 10 pm
.7 00 i.m
BLACKING APPLIED AND
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH'
J3S 'aipj'"! ?sC V-BESYTrTTrlE wua
;"ui w wn n i ii i i san
in I II IT aw
Sold by Henrj Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Kock Island
Fitted vitu tl)c Great "i. 6" J." Tires
9 All Rambler Bicycles are Fully Guaranteed o
McCABE BROS., Sole Agents.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.WaM & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa.
a ..'- ij
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Oinlcal Protestor In two of Chicago's
Hading medical colleges.
Acknowledged hy the Medical Profession, Acknowledged by the Press, Acknowledged by
all as the World's Greatest and Only Successful Specialists In Chronic. Hervoms. Private an!
frurgical Diseases of both sexes.
CONSULTATION KKF.n! PUOMPT AND PEBMAKEKT CUKES!
Youthst are troub
led with Nervous Debility, Ixist Manhood. Ex
haustive Dra'ns. IS Ight losses. Defective Memory,
Threatened Insanity, Loss of Will Power, Mrntal
delusions, sleeplessness, or any other svmptnia if
nervous exhaustion. You should consult ua be
fore it Ii tou lato. Delay Is fatal.
SURGICAL operations performed
at vonr homo when desired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a specialty.
The praises we have received for our remarkable skill In curing rases alven up as hopeless by sll
has compelled us to use 'his means In order to civo tbe nple as well aa the medical profession tlis
benefit of our kn i -ledge of medicine and our Inimitable skill In the art of sursery. Remember your
, Jr. -. . ,u niieraui. e arc wiinnir tospraaa our nnowiiciira
and sunw our skill, and we feel Jnrtlf proud of the dally eonirratulationa we receive from the medi
cal profession for the advanced medical and surgical literature we have written.
Only curable cases taken,
dreds cured by mail.
Best of references
Chicago Medical Institute.
Oflice, 124 West Third Street.
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Painters and Decorators
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aud credentials. If you cannot call, wr 1 1. Hun
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t to a, and
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Fall and Winter
With a complete line of
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You aro cordially invited
. to inspect our stock. Its
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now for the following rea
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SECOND You Bet a larger as
THIRD You save at least 25
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LADIES desiring to make spe
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At Half l'rice. Latest noT
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for $1.98, worth and 6.