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Y0L.XLVL CO. 92
COC3 ISLAUD, ILL. FRIDAY, FEBRTJAEY 4, 1858.
niIC3 TB&A C3I3,
Bloody Incident of tha Pennsyl
vania Coal Strikt Recalled
by i Murder Trial.
iimirr asd CE?uni3 acctsh.
ml Ttmntil tltlm KIM War
Marekhtaj mm Mw Hlky I mmrmmt !
Ma lafwtlea Strg TmU-
May AiiMt Ik hlmm Civa by nut
Ma Mat her mm! Bra! Vaarhar.
XVUBeatam. Pa.. rK 4.-TH- taklnc
f tUhu ny In tfci trUI of "herlS Mar
tin and kit u'(.iiu Ltan yeatenlay In
IHa Liifrn ci rty r. urU Aiftrew "4
r we ih am witne rai:t He I
a Uuaaarlan. tut BaKa rnnt Ei?
I h. Me r-rvei th l-ath c,f Hike Ot
itic, saytnr thai h -w aim (yines i-a.l
the ral at I.attirrr with a eu.!.
In hla hal Tl'liiimn taw the hrtt
draw a ta r"hff anl Hear! It err,
nl then the rht.ittlnx crtimenri!. TV
I" fits att it'pinl t.. show that t wit
rnr nl twn n. In t.rr.riiln
Mn who dl.l al want to 'll tn aujch
an ir.t thai they wr f..rrJ t,. J- it
t atrUure trmutN far of Injjry. bw
tta court wriii, nt allw It. jitr th
rtfer ak" the wlttwaa If a hal n
encuai.i in rr known f sundry
cams f vi,,iv.n with th s-.rlkr a
trt actvassfrs pi th ay cf Ihm rtrk.'.
Tabs tn kl'.ux uVnlnt.
timmA W Mm la Ilk rrnwlM.
Th avmnd wltm n J,,hn Mh.U.
lh a at tKa t ma f eu-lh th
freeM-nt if tk HiarwiKxt kwr ani'.a
rf thw IVte.t S;,n- Worker rf AmrV a
II t"ll f 'k ni"-tii' kr it wai
" nmr h t Ijttitnvr at tn In
r;t.tt!' f Ui minr iiior; kla c-ua-f-lH
of and th rtart ttt rt
t v. all k uin h- trg nntrnwl At
VVVrt llMalvmn lh-y wtra tp ky
1h krkfT. k"ir.l-rl thm tnlt'r
TTuhnla rrtKntt tl'M tfy wra hrva
Uw, krutM'-a of th
fti irahtwl h Amvrtran h krr
nl f It In kIV-. "Th h-rtr
lti hu rT'lvf and tkratrnl t
fVM t. Tk 'iuk iHhHt a arnvn'
Ilk tk n-ijil.n r.f tklr run ami
knr at . arl in tr k in K'ttk
tk wllk hii fin. rutlc fc!a kal aaJ
trvakinit kl ami In t lr.
Wnrai Jmmmm fht tm
"Than Piriw Jonva, nf Wt llail-
hn. rwrnonm ratml wltk tk kwir. My
ln that fc r..U-l fcp th rx with
out atn any winpiaa; that fc ka!
ainlMent-a In u aKl wnlt M aamarrk
throuah th Mn't f hi knnat a
hmhH a w ltht. T twri(T ant hla
fcputlva thn twiril-J th rara a?i w
pian h'l n twari Iittiwr.a Witra
wa In th r -nr of th rrnwi wfin th
ah.tmt nnmfi"l It mw tan A u4
mn anl numWr ( aanKl tylt la
Rrr. Fathr ttVhant Annt. paatnr tt
th t. at.tnnlaii rilh lttnn Oth
i ll.- rhnrrh at Hitahrtnik. rhalrwan i4
thi raTutlntf niwiwiittr. waa ralW
tn prv that many of th atrlkrra wtr
f ht In th hni k. It atll h h-'l tjtam-
Im-'t a anmt-rr rf th rli-t. but cuu!l
t t.-ll In il-t.-U what tlr wtr..hi
wr. II hil lurlovl thlrt f th
ALL OT IM THR klfK OH kltk.
Ti4lmMy mt Aaha Ttmmt a4 Ik
lattlmv alMnl Imlwt.
Ry. Cart lUniwr. pantor f th
I.uthi-rnn rhurrh at Irrlant. a!J k
haj aatlnt arwral anl founl all of
thm a r ahut la th aUI r th Wh.
' I hP.r.l4 rar.- h aal.l. "which
I ruuaht t-n of th da. ami a lt f th
rounll frrnn th ,b f th afct
la. Thr waa a n f rlrta In a
rurnr. I mM l an f th t)ptla.
Ink Clark. 'I am afral.l rf nv of
thm f4lUn anl firkMlinc 'Tow ltl
M.t h afrai l.' h m-IW. thy ara all
t.ttark Uu i.tt.prlnrlrMt of thLttl
Mvr ai h.t. a bull.Unf ahnat yard
mm th mrrnm of th rnoxtla. aaM k
waa tarhin ai hn wha k kaH aa
ttnumtal aol an. I aoma to tn wlalo
h fnn. that a mimiwr rf tko ma
aoni ahty, w.-r aUchiln rmm an
ilartrlo rar. Th-y rr dptl. H.i
raw th lriti tlnv p t tk al-l af
th a a' f,.rm wi'k rlfi ra.1y.
Tit atrtkr ,wt kr hh tim -m
:oa or yni away.
Tkry wr man hint flv an-l ala
abraaat and wrt qutrt anl riVr'y
Vltm'a cuuid aot tkal tky rarrll
any wt.n. a thy Jrw aar tk
ihi rld Ativan.-! xt m-t thrnv Aa h.
wwh'J th nrt mtn a daa or
ffmd a rt kif rlrrl anntad klm.
II did h.r th akrt(r aay aay
thin. a'r. did k a hint rJ aay pa
pr. A mtnut anr th 1 in It rat atotpd
thia Nhial rik ah.td t- what
waa ln on and ahat rf th
ahrrl. At that nrl rn of tv
tfrpntira ntTl out f th itn and a t-
tantrd. whrvup n a aSutrd "If
Reyal atahee tba tMd para.
yoa an at rom oi'a we win moot
Tht fOw Jumtd back inta the Una
and aln-.tt lrom'lutly after the wtv
aa heard a iv t. It tame from th
left of th lln of d-putlea. A tn'.mnt
latrr to mT ahota mr firtd. and
Ibf n rat:. th volirjr. Aa auun aa th?
Toltry aa fired th atrikera ran In all
dlrrtlr.. utn the road and the
arhntd null .1ft" n n.tn fell, atrurkr
down ly k-tj iird ftr the trolley.
He aaw on man ah t and killed while
runain at full ,l at a distance of
loo arl from the r a.l. Th shooting
continual f'T mr two or three mln-
tea. Th l:r.- did not aee any of
tt d'ju:lr kav th tine and run
aft IB frMni to rhn'l them. He
karw a numtwr t ?. d ut!r and aaw
them tl:ln!y Jut before the shootlns
LINDSAY WILL NOT RESIGN.
Kaataakf aWaatar Daalana II WU1 Mat bt
Malabad ! by ta Lactolatara.
WasMoftoo, Fab. 4 After torn
Eruimiaarj botioeit ia tba aenata
Indiay bad read a reiolution of tba
KastackT Itriilatar aikioz bim to
retina lenie b rtfaiad to vol for
rrta atlTcr. u rcTiawed bit record
oa finance, and aatd bit petition was
lour aaariiooa wnen ba vat re
flected la 1931, tod be did not pro-
poae to be dictated to br free
ilTtritet. eepeclallr ae tbe major
itr of tbe Totere of Kentucky
farored tbe cold standard. At tbe
eonclojion of Undiay'i addreie tbe
eenate went Into eiccative ieuion.
Wa'binrton. Fab. 4 Tbe pre:l
dent bat appointed R. A. Hitchcock,
ofMliaonri. atabastador to Ratsia.
lie it the prrtent mlcliter, and thit
actioa rai ine rade oi oar r pre
Mauiive to St. Petertborg to tbe
rank of ambatadrf to meet tlmUar
action ca tbe part cf Rutin.
rottnaatera were appointed at ful
lowi: IUiaola L. A. Jewett,
Otf j:ob; E. V. Ledot, SandwUb.
Mew Se Caba.
aliaceapolis, Feb. 4 Tbe Jo ur
eal e Aberdeen, S. I , special sari:
Jim ratterson, of Miaaesrrtlit, Is
kre wotkiar on a tcneme to take
I00.10O taea to Caba Jolj 4. Ha
ttjs be is backtd by n syndicate of
biftTfUatert. wbo guarantee protec
tion rrom spanun interference en
route from New Orleans to Cuba.
Jr atu Wantac.
Tokcbtraa, Feb. 4. It it belitred
that rrsmier I to It nwaltlnc the set
venial of tba German claims tefore
ccamiturr Japan on tbe Chinese
)nitloa. TteJspanere fleet Is pre
parinr fjr a rrnite in Ch'.na waters.
Tbe Bmaiaa iqnadrcn it wi host
smoktlass ccal and the supply here
ttle Re tread B d lata.
New Tork. Feb. 4. In further
eare of tbe plan of merging the New
i on central ana ieke Sucre roads
the directors of the former author
lied tbe liaae of flOO.000.000, 100
ytare 3) , per cent collateral gold
rraa Hewar BetwBaa.
Paris. Feb. 4. Depnt let Miller end
and LsyeriojDB fought a dael with
twerdt. Tbe former was wounded
ia the arm.
Maveeaaate at Carta Xta'i Cralarra.
Sew Tork. Feb. 4 Tbe cruiser.
Brooklyn, left this morning for the
West Indies. The Montgomery ar
med iron aitttnztt yesterday.
Faaal Aeeteteat an tkj Rail.
ii.asgow. ten. . seven were
killed aad SS injured In a collision
aear Troon between a mail and
goedt train Ibis morning,
Ba the KipaaaaOaas Oa.
SprmfCalJ. Feb 4 Tbe house
and iii i having no business, ad
jourted UU MoBiay afternoon.
ABBRtr7A"i EO TELEGRAMS,
Th total n-i-iilrr of lire It in the
ftorm r th Ati. r.tlc toat U n iw rut
ra;t"Tr.re want An..c to pl.iy flmt
bit, bat th i-t'. it .l.a nut care f 'r
th r"Prr of a Tin r il.iry.
C.tin.f th lY.;tr I Ftatcs In Ala V
kv taliKl a natli nl lntirait:a
ther Vy '.ja- Mn a mird'rer.
Tk rrd-r.t .-et-rd.ir arp-'lnt!
Walter . Xt-I. of :anYl!;e. Inl
wryr of wtm at that port.
f phi Fauhe. 4 yeara old. waa burned
to drath at hrr b'm In Cbltai. she
wa ftayln rear a stove when her
dre rancht fir.
Ilunio. F.-anr and Crest Prit
aln hi atad to li.r It upon th ran
dMature of rtnc lie rc of Urr-n-e for
th overn'irkip of trr tf.
Ht nat aturi!ay ripTit erenr rrln
In Ik fnil'd "ute traury will have
pard thn uch a t..n !-v-l.ar.d count.
It H ah irt about - far.
Tb irnt !aborate nt.rta:nnvr.t of
th jrre-nt offl.fal fn nvarkod the
welcoirr to rrlrt iKile.of ItawalUat
th hit 1 ! oe edn9lay erentrg.
Minna Mak kow. atrd X of M-na ha,
Wi, t'fprd ovr a p't of boUin coffee
oa hr head and a a- hadly acarded
that there U little hop t f tt r recovery.
I tails rwelved front DaJikr. Asia
Mmr. eho that taer.lj rf.ins were
klll and Rty lr.jurd ly th recent
earthquake at that p:ace and Rroa.
J t im ha mad a treaty with the
I;td Pta'a b hl.h Japanese are
ttvn all th mhta In this ecu r try ar
rordd rltli-n wf th wwt favored ba
I.urrl(it Croa.. i f Van Wert. O.. ara
toatempUtlnff th removal of a Imrgt
rrltk factory to VI aa tounty. Wit, Oay
cf a uprrVr qoaltty baa been found
NOilflll MEN KICK,
New Difficulty Comes Up for the
Strikers in the New Eng
land Cotton Mills.
ETAJIFEDE OF TEE M3 13 FEARED,
BeefMM Tboaa 'ot in the Tnion Charge
That They I. Nut Get a Fair Show at the
I'Rxrhiloni National Uonaa Committee
C'an.lilrrlng- a Labor Arbitration Measure
Labor Leader en 11 ml Canadian
Jadf Rnlm la a Can fur Couopirary.
Nsw Dedford. alass., FeU. 4. The
principal talk of the day in the strike
situation Is the difference that has
arisen between the union and ndn-un-
lon operatives. This difference threatens
to end in open rupture, and as many
cases of destitution are actual'y re
ported no doubt hundreds of non-union
Operatives wduld take the first cfcanre
to make a break from the strikers and
return to work. These non-unionlst3
claim that money collected outside the
union has Uen paid to union oteratlvos
to the exclusion of the non-unitrt hrlp.
Fueh a feellr.s has been created amon?
non-union strikers that a tncctlntr was
called for yesterday afternoon. At tbe
headTiartors in I'awson's hall a non
union triker niounud the jilatform to
niaku the announcement of the meetln
whn some of the crowd s.-l u.vn him
and put him out of th IfciMinir.
Non-t BtoH Man May Itrraktlie Mrikr.
t'nder these clraurn.lanres even the
men wKo had threat.-ned t. advise the
non-uninnirt to vote to return to work
ttniess the union pninusi-d them uid
were n t present at file flp;x.inteil tim-j
in the afternoon. But the Il.'alT-ction
has Ipa-oaw rulln leeitly wi b spread to
cause a f"linij of uneasiness, and fears
ate expressed HiM unl s some measure
Is tik' n at once th non-unionists will
cau.e tn.ut;.. whit h may r.-sult in a
staniMtle V the mills.' The non-uni'in
men l.ave l--ome Imprrss-Nl with the
Idea that thy ar nit eevlvlnir fair
play, and this has r?5u!lt-d In a move
ment lodepoew Sec'reta'ry Matthew Hart
fn.m hh initlon with the weaveft'
C'ae a tireat lra1 of till tern w.
This rhart; f.f the nn;unionists of
tiof receiving proper aid fc.vs rauKtd an
unusu.il nm'iunt of Mttrrners uanong
th union mm and women In charge of
The most prominent labor men are In-
Jlnil in Brno the strike council to let
the non-unionirta assume the bv-k f-ir
themsnlvea. (tliers say that the dis-
satisfr.etlon itmonit the non-union wav
rs is not likely to reus any serious
disttirl'arfee fh rosramme as laid
out by the leader of th strilr; sine
th mm treasurers would not think of
penlnc the pates until afu-r simc com
munkatl.Ti had been r-.celved by the
unlor.s. To i-xn thejrat. without even
an effort at "ettiemimt would create
aerlous rontlicts arnons the he.p, which
the mill treasurers w'puld not care to
RILL rOR VOLrXTAUV ARR1TRATION,
tlouse Cammlttra at Wavlilngtan to Vote
n the Same Next Thanday.
Washington. Feb. 4. The house com
m ft tee on labor took up the Grosvenor
bill providing fT voluntary arbitration
yesterday and after considering it in
detail agreed to vote: on it est Thurs
day. The pti'Jocted extension of the
operations of .the eight-hour law was
given another hearing.
The follow Ins representatives of Jabor
Interests were present: President
Gompers. of the . American Federation
or Laiwr; i. J. iluire. Philadelphia,
secretary f the brotherhood bf Car
lnters and Jotncro; Jamj?s Duncan,
Ualtlmore. secreta'ry f the Granite Cut
tera' Natd nal union; Andrew Furuseth,
of 8an Frar.clsco, general secretary of
the rVamen a National union; Gabriel
Kdmonston, of Washington, of the
Hivh-rhood of C&rpenters and Joiners
Frank Morrison, secretary of the Amer
Iran Fed-rition of Laiboc, and W. F.
Ilynes, reprewntlng the Associated
It. for tnkln? up the eleht-hour bl.
th ari'ifratlon bill waa again discussed.
Oompera said the. American Federation
of Ldbor thought the arbitration hi
waa unwise. The organization was not
opposed to the principles of arbitration.
but there are differences in the matter
Jmdfmnt la a Labnr Fait.
Torcnto, Ont Fli. 4. Judge Mc
Mnhon. In the hlfh court, gave JuJg
ment yesterday in an action of Interen
to tradea unions. A stone, cutter named
Iaulleu sued th other, members of his
braneh of th fton Cutters' Associ.
tlon of North America for con
spiracy in accusing him qf fomenting
a strike, fining him SIjO and expelling
him frutn th association. Tbe Judge
decided that such action, although un
Just. dil not constitute conspiracy,
However, he gave thep'.alntiff IMO dam
agea f r libel because the charges were
published In the Jturnal of the union.
Mrlke a fret 'J bare Tklag Here.
Dellair. O.. Feb. 4. The employes at
the Wheeling Iron and hteel company's
works at ISenwooiT. W. Va.. ceased r.e
CQtiatinps ycyrday with thecompany
cn the proposed cut cf 10 to 50 per cent.
Inn ages, wjtlch Is to take effect cn
Feb. n. The men wHl insist upon the
continuance of the old scale, and will
disregard and fight gainst the accept
ance of the new scale.
RrlUah Laber t Into raUtioa.
London. Feb. 4. The recent defeat cf
trades unions In the engineers' strike
baa prompted Tom Mann, the well
knowr labor leader, backed by certain
other laNir leaders, to lue a manifes
to, urging th formation of a new work
era" union. This Is Intended to b essen
Strike Wtaattoa I Carbaaced.
Itiddeford. Me, Feb. 4. The genera!
atrikc situation in the Pepperell and
Laronia mills Is urtcjangsd.
HAS NOT BACKED DOWN.
Alleged Retreat of John Bull Appears a
Figment of the Uyterlcal Special.
London, Feb. 4. On incontrovertible
authority the Associated Press learns
that Great Britain has not backed down
on the question of making Ta-Llen-Wan
a free post. The Marquis of Salisbury,
Curzon (tha perliamentary secretary cf
the foreign oflice). the Russian ambas
sador and the Chinese minister each said
In conversation that they hid not heard
of apy backdown. The opening of Ta-I.len-Wan,
it Is pointed oiU, waa never
made a condition tn any sine qua non
sense in connection with the loan to
In the prtlimlnary negotiations on
that subject the opening o Ta-L.len-Van
was "sketched" in neutral tints.
Great Krttain only suggesting It as one
condition favoring a speedy completion
of the toan. She never demanded It.
and therefore In no sense can be fiaJd
to have backed down. If the desire was
not persisted In. The Ta-LIen-Wan
question i. however, with other sug.
Bested conditions of the loan, still pend
ing. The heat of the Russian press on
the subject is in no sense shown by the
Itursian government in Its communica
tions ithich have reached the foreign
Tftough Russia has protested and
means to continue to protest in the
stoutest manner arain?t Ta-TJen-Wan
being opened ty British Influence, she
will not carry her protest to the point
cf malting it a casus be'.li. Further, It
is by no means Russia's Intention to
close China, to other nations, in any
concessions made to Russia, by China.
Great Britain Is acting strenuously fn
favor cf free ports In China. If events
should pusTi ilTeat Urftnin from this
position with the prospect of dereat
therein she will ask for the Burport of
WOMEN TALK TO THfc LEGISLATORS
Rattle of Word Over the Female Suffrage
(inrstion in Iowa.
Evs Moines", la., Feb. 4. There was a
J ilnt meeting of the senate and house
committees on suffrage nt the state
house yesterday afternoon In which
the pros and cens met in a battle of
words. The speakers vrte alternately
applauded and hissed, the hissing be
ing the first heard in tho state house
this year. Mrs. II. A. Foster, of Dea
Moin"s. led the nnti-suffragts, and
Miss M,ary C. Hayes, of New York, the
Suffragists. Each side waa given, one
hour. Mrs. Copgeshall said that every
drop o her brood boiled because the
women were riot free.
Mrs. Foster replied that woman suf
frage made no gains In Iowa until the
hired lobbyist and agitator began work.
Mrj. Day, wife of the ex-chief Justice
cf Iowa, predicted that woman suf
frage would turn every home Into a
Kilkenny cat scene. Mrs. Evelyn llel
don, cf Prux City, closed with an ap
peal for suffrage. The question before
tha. legislature Is on the submission of
a constitutional amendment to strike
cut the word "rru.le."
rrorredinir of Illinois Solon.
Fprlmfield. Ills., Fi b. 1 The senate
yestenirty refu'-ed to conc ur in the house
amendments to the rrimary election bill
by a vote of ;s yens to S nays, Inckidg G
votes of the necessary two-thirds. The
revenue bill was received finm the
house arM read, ord'-red printed and
made a special order for second reading
for Tuesday. In the house the bill Lit.
Ing life Insurance companies 2 per cent
on their net receipts was advanced to
third reading. Therima.-y elec tion bill
Intended for counties outside of Cook
waa sent to third reading. A Ha
waiian annexation resolution was
Faolon Di'Uinnatratlnn in reparation.
Fargo. X. D.. Fib. 4. At a moiling of
the iH-mocrots, Populists and Silver Re
publicans of this state arrangements
were completed for a big demonstration
to lie held in this city some t'me In
March. A committee of three from each
organization Is in charse and cxpect3
to have W. J. Bryan and ex-Congress
man C. I- Town as speakers.
Miners linod l.nrk'Maiie General.
liihpeming. Mich., Feb. I. Tho ad
vance in wages Feb. 1 tit the Carnegi"
mines of Ironwood. averaging 10 per
rent., will be made general throughout
tha Gogebic Irun range, between S.00"
rr.d 4.000 employes being directly af
fected by the increase.
V.ritie I One Too Many.
Rushville, Ills., Feb. 4. Sheriff Felix
Jacksr.n, of this city, has arrested Wil,
Itm B'.ythe. It is charged that he hRj
a wife and four children in MtBvnougli
county and a young bride in this city.
Rrjau'a Vims of Mrxlro.
City of Mexico. Fib. A. Bryan's Fum
m.iry of M. xiian coniHt'ous has boon
translated into Spanish and published
in El Mundo. an evening paper with a
large circulation. It is generally re
garded as a. (air account of the present
condition of the country.
According to tne Havana rorrespon
dent of The World the Spanish soldiers
have not found the body of Lieutenant
Colonel Ruiz, because the rebels ere'
.i ,TvSS)'S,S)SiS,S M.S. iiiiliiij ii.i .1(SiS
NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE I
SYSTEM OK MEDICINE
m, f1UMBIl4 If A aIIL laat:i..ljk Z
UdlBIIUUIl nrjcJIUI I1I5IIIU1B
m Specialties: .rr-..r"JT'.' 4
"to-. Uw. K.tftr. mwm liutr afc huul
PI H-m an Im.
MT I. rnf W myj f U " Malial
aiMMvar..- tmt lllaca.p, St.
KMitaa tmt irt its awl la
cuair ii r cm mbhmm,
03 Bratj It.
Sultt worth $12,
$13.60 and fi'5.
OP MEN'S ANT BOYS' WINTER CLOTHING.
Look ia Our
We do' what we
worth (9, $10 and
$11 special price
IT'S A SNAP.
Look In Out
It will pay to buy for next season's use. We are
i i i i . .
Suits worth $12,
$13.50 and $15.
A HO Sim Elixir, of
GREETS YOU AT THE
At no time before
could you secure such
Immense values In
Parlor and Music Cabinets,
Bed Room Suits,
Odd Dressers, Etc.
If It comes from the
Big Store you know
you have gotten the
most and beat for
& CARPET CO.
324. 326, 328 Brady Street,
One, two and threo suits of a kind about 200 suits In all. Suits
that were $15, $1S ,50 and $12, we have redncsd to the uniform
price of $7.50 for this great special sale. We can recommend this
line vqry highly u being exceptionally big bM8in9 and nude of
the best materials and by the highest class of clothing manufac
turers. The remarkable low price of S7.50 will no doubt sell them
quickly. So if you lose a good thiig it will be your own fault
BEEN WAITING FOR THE END CF THE
NOW IS YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY.
We offer at 55 some very desirable pattern?, well made and choice
fabric, and positively warth S ), 10 and $11 per suit. This line
is pretty well broken, and many being only one suit of a kind, we
have all sizes but not of the same pattern. $5 Is our price for
them and could not be bought In large lots at any such figure.
Don't miss this opportunity. A chance to buy $, $io and $11
suits for $5 don't come every day:
Dig reductions on Uvercoats.
Big Store! Blue Front!
Have Yon Got It?
If not. consnlt
ently located in
Whs Has Cured
Oar Electric iiachlne for
the treatment of Narvoo
Dieeaaea, Rhaamatism and
J Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive Drains, Sleeplessness, Threatened In-
raolty. Weak Memory, Menial Doiualons, or any other condition dna to nervous exhaustion, pas-
CATARRH, Dyspepsia. Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kitlnay. l.iver and BUn Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced syitam
VARICOCELE is the most active canse of Nervous Debility. Why treat
month with other, when we guarantee yoa s permuient care IB seven days by oar painless
methods. Hydrocele cured in three day no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, thould consnlt ns.
We hae cored many caes given np at hopelew, and we may be able to can yoa. Surelcal opera
tion, performed at yoor home If dealrud. Abdominal and brain sargary a ipecialty.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The nam
erotii acknowledgements we have received from tbe newspaper for oor remarkable coral In
both medical and orpcal cases. Is proof enr.eluslve that oar advanced methods enre where all
othrs fall. Therefore, d i not wasic time with others, but consult a at once and retrain yoer
l't health. There is a stae in every dtreae that can be cured. Hae you passed that etaire
II net do not experiment any longer, but consult us at once. Parthermor, we offer tl.WU to
anyone proving; our crcdentinls tf4. We make It an object to investigate oars. No other
specie. irt oilers you soon a fair proposition. ONLY CCBABL.E CASKS TAKEN. Beat of ref
erence and credentials. If yoa cannot call, write. Hundrels cured by mail. Hours to 12,
StoS, 7toS. bunuays, ll:!t0 to l:3tt.
OFFICE 31 JLD 32 M'MAMS BlUDIXG, DAVENPORT, IA.
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from oar brewery. It Is tha favorite
of the laborer, the epicure, the rich man and the poor man.
Its flavor is delicions, its "bidy" right to please all tastes.
Made right here at home of the finest malt and choicest hops,
and" br the most advanced process; why shouldn't "ROCK
ISLAND11 be the best?
Sultt ter,rth 9,
$10 and $11,
all Broken Lois
Look In Our
The Big Store ia
the place for bona
Sttitt worth $12,
$13.50 and $15,
YOU KNOW US.
Look In Our
Suits worth $9,
$10 and $11.
Me is Heal.
Dr J E Walsh.
Lata of Chicago, formerly
Borgeon-in-Ublcf of 8t.
ROCK ISLAND BREW JUG CO