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HIE ARGUS, THURSDAY, .TUNE 2, 189S.
Diamond Jo Line.
St. Ioiii 4 A: St. Paul Packet Co.,
elegantly lilted steamers lK'twccn
above points as follows:
. NollTII S.HTII.
a May II a iri !.iiifi a. In aTiu.
li 4 II a. iii ..!mic h. ll ;t. in.
. . June h. a. m j.iiMK- n:i. m.
-1 1 1 1 1 I::, ii a in. .tune I. o u. in.
.. .lime Ik, II : in i.liucr , In a. in.
. June sa II a m i
I HiliUiplc. .
t,uin. . . . .
I in iri'iitr. .
W wcy. ..
Carnival City racket Co.
I5cgul.tr Ki k I-laml x- I'.iirlinirtnii
packet steamer V. J. Young. Jr..
handsomely i ii i .!. leaves fur Ilur
lingtoii vvcry Monday. Wednesday
Mini Friday :it t :.'!' p. in. Steamer W.
.1. Young. .Jr.. leaves everv SiiiiiI:iv at
I '' . in. Willi -i.-t 1 excursion to
Musca'ine.. returning lit 11 p. III.
I'oitml tri. including supper fl. or
i.i otni -t w II li'HIl slipper.
Acme racket Co.
Lock I i : 1 1 1 I ami la iimon iV I lin-
tnn ami Fulton packet line. Fat ami
linelv equipped steamers City of Wi
nona ami cine Swain. Delightful
sicamers lor pleasure parties, lioals
leave at 7 a. in. ami A.'-'t p. in. Poats
ii. in. J
d trip to
meet .-it Ij-CJain
point ;ii i cents.
l or freight aii'l passenger rates ami
all other information in repaid to any
of the aliove lines iti.piire of
;i; . i..M in r . s in ahh.
Ko.it of ITlh SI. 'Telephone IKS.
McCoy's New European Hotel
COR. CURX AKO VAN BUREN STS.
Oor blork from C. It. I. A I. aud
L. S. A .'I. s. II ill road depot.
Improvement"! costing 575.Ooo.iwj hive
just horn compk-tcJ, mj the house now
olio's ewry convenience to be foiinj in any
noiii, iiiiiiuiim; not ana com w.iter, electric
1 1 K I t aiul Me nu lie it in every room.
Vults 75 cents per day aiul upwuiJ,.
lust d iss restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM MtCOY. Owner and Proprietor
IN EOGEWOOD PARK,
5 8'-' AVENUE.
The mest dMirabW auction ! ths Twin CHIm. ho
Rllig naadstl. Ampti shaded bv larje natural tr?es
Sewrrs. lr maint. titfowilln. rlc. nrradi in
Nona kilt hith arad. mntrtn noutrt in ntohbor
hood. Equall, iccnuibla to bunnptt center! ol
Doth cllie m TreCitr Electric Railway. Nea
lugustana Colleoo and 7lh Ward Public Scriool
tt walking dlitanc to C, R. I. a 9. 0pot. tarda
and round houia, alto to U S. Araonal and principa
Ihn an loll indicated b (hadinq is a bone p'at
in D Mia ii nor, ton prcf il taken soon.
ppito A. IT. KOIILKU,
son 3, Post Oflic H!ck- Motiae. V.
i4or ftnd Aiwt l u:..
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lbllltv.I.oM (if 4iu&l l'iirpriBr.tVliri, l.aiar.tft
ST Ktalllioni from ill r:u. If nt-:.-.t. .1 ..-h
Iraablu UJ UOnnun.pl. i. r ..o it, oprN
f niftil, hi.a fort-V .1 W lb . .,r 5 . rl,r .
w. v.nTtiua, vaio
For MJ bj A J. KKr, drtk-gmt. Rjck lid
ltrot with yon wiWVr r,., rortiTit; tb
If mo ttir dr T r ltlia. o. itt,
out ri-rtTiajtrf tt i... tii(.
nrt a. in in T tiiiratrn rami, It-HA
tin-, puriti Um bifti f-tim. 9 H. aniiiH
inh. tfi n-r-tjtf U ,-tir.T. bujf
mi pockiaCri I VVO'MI HU fr m
- 'W AlJl ln'1,r Jrutfia,i.w!i
D fwill. frn. Tlv u with
IL W will.piiie tiii, trriu ntlT n
I I W'la 1, U'ita.11? rurr Ht'.$ii4,
I 1 m fTirnia. l tor'ir. or wr rfun.1 m.-r
I HA'in-aJ lKHlWW lTll l
TIE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is duo not only to the oricrinalitv and
simplicity of the combination, hut also
to the care and bkill with which it is
manufactured liy scientific processes
known to the California Fio) Svkup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purcliaiiiip the
true and original remedy. As the
penumc Symp of i ips is manufactured
by the California Fio Svkup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by ether par
ties. The high standing of the Cali
fornia Fio Svkcf Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guarcntv
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives.
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it docs not gripe nor
nauseate. In ordertorct its beneCcial
effects, please remember the came of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRU? CO.
BAN FltWtlSCA, CoL
LOI ISVILI.E, Kjr. NUT YORK. N. V.
We Keep Up
A Steady Fire
.Ml nighl so as to have our
l'rcsh for you every luorninir.
We have something like
Handling our l'.read. I5e sure
ami call for
KRELL & MATH'S
and see that it has our
On each loaf. All we ask is
a trial. We know you will
biiyitecr after. We make
the only Crimp ."c Loaf, or
the regular large round 10c
loaf in the eit v.
KRELL & MATH
Phone 1135. i:i."-iri8 Second Avenue.
l x a ,
the ojiportunity is wise. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon (if war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream all the
more U'causc it leaves a cool
impression after it. and does
not. like some drinks, lower
the temeratiire a littie otily
to raise it much more after
ward. Young men who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
" of Sweets
TAKES ANOTHER OIL
Rock Island Team Wins Yester
day's Came by a Nar
THE OTTUMWAS 60 TO PIECES.
Their Error Contribute Larcely to the
Success of the Home Aggregation ,
AVb'ch A'ui'tst Loe In the '.Closing
Inning -An Important Meeting at Cedar
Plaved. Won. It. Peret.
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21 7 14 :XX
18 4 II .f
Ottuuiwa had her head bumped
ajraiu on the local baseball diamond
yesterday. Costly errors ami slow
!icl.lin by t he Visitors helped the
home players nlon fonside'rablv. It
was one of those drarni", jo-:is-voti-
In the third inning Wcimer. the
owans' twiner, went to pieces, ami
was substitute! by Mctiivevy. In
the next round Ke'efe allowed a ball
to pass him when two of the locals
were on the baijs. They each moved
up one. This made Manager Smith
more anry than ever, and after tttrii
ini; about four somersaults in the
center garden he regained his equilib-
iiini loiij; enough to motion to Kcete
o jret out ot tne iraine. Doom was
placed behind the bat. In the ninth
the Otttllnwas jjot together and rolled
in four. Il was a close shave for the
home club. Here's the way it haii-
fuck ;.inl It. II. P.
ii WiNou ah.
Ivier. It . . . .:(
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w omit. Mi l
I'Ha -ken rl.i
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ii 'Smith, ef 1
0 i roekett llil
e Weinier. p n
Met; re vy it
Strauss, e. .:!
ill hi. Hi., l
I1i. nil. ::b .11
l!:ilili'.t. s.s .1
WaNh. if. .o
Youiik, p.. .-I
il si r. i:r : l m .7 i:l 4
Itoc'i Island o l l ; 0 I II o o-n
OUihuwu 0 0 12 1 0 2 0 4-10
Two linse hits-Stratiss. Meflroevv 2. Ve
Kihlien. Wilson. Three liase liils Mrtireevv
Wils..n. Ila.-r. Strauss. HaeUelt. Stolon liacs
llaer 2. I'liilliis. Ilaiil.in. WiUmi. Doulile
plays Weinier to 'Council to Crockett. Hal
liilt lo ilaiina to Liiluii. Haves on hails Wei'
mcrn. Mel.r.'t'v v 2. onn I btni'Mi out
Weiiner 2. K"J:-oevv I, Yoiini; I. Hit l liall
Uemierl. Yoiaiir I. Willi niteli - Youiil' I
Passed halls -K'-'i-fe 2. Siriuss 1. liiiie. ;
hours. I'mplrc. Caratbers.
Olhergaines: At Peoria. Peoria lo,
St. Joe i: at Cedar luioiils. Cedar
lipids 7, "(Ju'uiey o; at Dulu.iiie.
UtiiiiKiiie 11. liiii lington K
1 he Kock Island team goes to
iuincv tomorrow ami will not be
home again until June 17.
M. II. Sexton, president, and
Im d. l.dily, secret or v, of the Hock
Island llaseball association, is attend
tn.r L .ii.l i n.r ..t I!...!.., lr.it.ijl I...1.1,.
called by the management of the team
ofthateitv. His supposed imiiort-
iii t action will lie taken, representa
tives ot everv chili in the Western as
sociation having been invited toattend
Some have made the prediction that
it means the disbanding of the leagm
for the balance of the present season
i Ins is denied br the olheers of tin
Cellar Kapids club, who called- tin
n ting. J her make tins explana
"There is absolutely nothing in tin
report that an attempt will Ik- made
at the meeting in this city to disrupt
i no uesicin base i mi association, so
far as the ollicers of the local associa
(ion know. The meeting was eallei
at the instance of Cedar ISapids, and
is lor the purpose ot ' devising some
way to reduce expenses, so that the
season can be continued.
"K.ueh city in the association has
lost money this year through small
attendance, at the games, caused bv
bad weather and the war. Cedar
Kapids is $1.-JIM) behind, and several
other cities arc iii about the same con
dition. Kach city wants to retain its
franchise and team and continue the
season if possible. It is lielicved that
with liottcr weather the attendance
will pick up and that by reducing ex
penses it will lie possible to play
through to the close of the season.
Tt is probable all the players will
Ik-asked to accept a 25 per cent reduc
tion in salary, and that they will do
so. The teams this year are stronger
than ever licfore. ami each citv wants
to keep them intact, feeling that they
w ill be very valuable by the end of
TiiK Ai:i;i s received a dispatch this
afternoon from President Sexton
which. said that the association de
cided bv unanimous vote to con
liurklen s Arnica Salve.
The liest salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles or no
par required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 ct nts per box. For
sale bv ILirtz & UUemever.
I'enny Wine and l'ound Foolish
are they who have not Foley's tVIie
Cure as a safeguard in the family.
For sale by T. H. Thomas.
To Cnre Constipation KoreTer.
Take Casearcts CanOv Cathartic. KeorSc
It C C. C. fail to cure, drughis refund money.
C ASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yob Hare Always Bought
CAR IS HELD OVER A DAY.
shipment to Camp Alger Detained
When it was learned in Molinc yes
terday afternoon that t here would be
space in the ear Kock Island is to ship
to Company A at Camp Alger and
that friends of company I were
welcome to use it, it was asked from
that citv that the ear be held over
until today, that longer time might
be had to gather up what w as had.
Despite the anxiety to get the provis
ions south as soon as possible, it was
decided to show the proper accommo
dating spirit, and the car Mas held.
At noon today it was sent to Molinc
I o remain there until 0 o'clock to
night, when it will be returned to
Hock Ilaml and sent oil! at S o'clock
iv fast freight east. In order that
there would lie no evidence of a dispo
sition to take advantage of Molinc the
lesign of the banners which W. II.
llaire and Alters & Co. generoush
agreed to paint for the ear were
changed to include Company F. ami
the car as read v for departure was
decorated with banners on either side
For Company A. ot INiek Island, aud
Company 1'. of Molinc. Illinois Volun
teers, Camp Al'rer.
A Iloincnil. ranee from Home.
The cash coutrihuioiis are to be
held for a dav or so to be used in de
fraying the freight charges east of
Chicago when they are known. !i-
vi.-ion Ag.-nt Mack, of tncC. K. iv
not only arranged for the
ear through to t lnca"!) free.
but guaranteed the charges cast
f that point. The Uiiilington was
is liberal as was in its power as fai
ls its jurisdiction goes, and secured a
half rate on the P.. & O. east, but the
exact charges are not known. If
there arc no objections on the part of
contributors to the fund being so ap
plied, t his will lie dime, the remain
der, if anv. to be sent to the boys, to
gether with a list of all contributions
for their welfare.
The complete list of contributors
from Hock Island isapjwnded:
2 i0 pounds of ham and bacon J. S. Cihnore
I'VI Hiunds meals, Hammond I'ucktuir Co
2:ih pounds mean Si. Clair Paekimr Co
.( nan-els ot crackers .National Cracker I
.- narrcis oi r.tiiett oals itenry oart s snns
Hour and meal Itiscpb Suhaah
i oarrci ol iruier sni'ps
operators Telephone K.cbatv
llarrel of Hour and 'Hi pounds of crackers
Ceori-e V. Aster Co
UK) poiiLdsoi liaeon . .
Tri-Cily laciiiiiK& lYovMon Co
ITOYlMl.tls. .l TIIK AK'il
t'oilee. dried apples, prunes .Ccoive hch-rr.
n euslieis ol potatoes Youiil.- , Met omhs
Ttt o cases ol corn J. T. Snu-i.K
tine imx of lemons t.. A. McDonald
Two cases oi usMtricd cauiied L'oods
H. I- Wheelan
Two cases of assorted canned L'oods
One hi ix of coffee Conrad Schneider
I aimed foods c hailes Huus-'eii
ine case ot assorted canned Lrood'
C. W. Horton
une htisiiel of iM.tatoes. rice and 1 . .
Mi's. A. ilani'lton
Cas!i jio cent. .
Cash f I :Vi
Hox of lea
'an of Coffee.
V i .s 1 Freeman
Miss K. Re.ni
' Mis? U 11 ni
A. H. l.iitt
. .. .Or .1. K. Hollnu'i.usb
..Miss Josephine i rinliip
J. W. CaUi AC
. W. Harms
.1.. C. l-loli
ises of canned foods
i-.es of ciuu.-d itoods
lea. coffee, wheat Hake, ele A. I. Han
nnaioe. Hour and rare I-red i .nti'--i e;. sr
"sli I il .Vance
i en eases of 'uil-it and eai honated wiiicr
Carse .V t Mi! wetter
-'lasses of jelly Mrs. lid Hill
line hox of lemons Charles (Kwalil
One lio of calmed iroods. . liohcrt Kiisi-lunanu
I me package of c.-flee
licori.'' .1. 'olliurn
Cash : 1
Hox of cami'-d '.'outis...
llox of crticlicrs
box ,.f canned fissls...
t 'o'cc and mei!
Caseoi honied i'ihhIs..
( ase nf canned L'..otls. .
( ash rM
Mrs. Sarah .Ian
Mrs. .1. - o.lhuni
..Kramer lllener Co
'. II. s.-i.Vl
.Cap;. .?. M. Heanlsicv
I. i. IHviiie
... Wane...!, X Ka U' on
.Hec and svrtp
llox of toileL noap
1 hn-i v classes ot jelly
112 iio'.m.ls of corn meal
Sai-k of Hour
Mrs. l..i. tl.iriis
..:. K. Sehmale
. ..Kai'le l.-A'rie
Two ease-, of canned foods
:ise of canned ;rood:
Two kejs of pickles and I'm pounds of
'"'tier ;. i-i p.uilev A c.
Holts of musiin .. s. M'Calie
Sit'Rs W. II. iiaireaud Alters Co.
One hundred pounds ol rice. nouiuK of
dried trail. 2a pounds ot suttar. Ill towels. 1
pairs of piilon-sliiis. 3 nh'ht shirts, is sheets.
Intnillc of linen, one Mahket. Tri-Citv National
CoijTicil of Jew ish Women.
r'or re''imcnt!il hospital, n hox of linens. Fort
Armstrong chapter. II. nr. A.: a hor of linens
and a hox of l.iht rolies. Mr, and Mrs. Joua
Individual donations for the follow
ing niemlH-rs of Coniany A: Alfred
I Sear, John llroiiiley. Jolm Schinidl,
ll.dmes Fry, James Mollitt. Marshall
Lucas. Harry Lamp. John Carse. O. K.
There are also remembrances for
Martin Weaver, of Company F. and
W. F. HemhTson of Company l.
A complete inventory of all contri
butions received was sent by Thf. Au
nt's to Capt. McConoehie this after
noon. Fort Armstrong chapter. I). A. 1!..
sent Wednesday to Company A a Ikix
containing 19 pillows. 42 pillow slips.
45 sheets, one dozen towels, two
large bars of soap, wash cloths and
mosquito netting. These articles
were donated by memin-rs of tiie
chapter, and also by friends outside,
to whom the chapter wishes to ex
press its thanks for their prompt and
generous rejxiiise to its call.
M. C. Pleasants. Secretary.
A Word to Physh lans.
I von know that manv broad
minded physicians are using' Foley's
Honey and Tar Cough Syrup in their
practice? They have found no reme
dy that gave a satisfactory results
for all tinual and lung complaints as
this great cough medicine. For sale
br T. II. Thomas.
Educate Tour Bowel With Caaeareta.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c, 25c. If C e. C. Jail, druggists refund money.
Iri isi toil hr. km iyjgi
MR. CABLE RETIRES.
Rock Island Citizen No Longer
Executive of the C,
R. I. & P.
DECLINES THE PRESIDENCY AGAIN.
Kut la Retained as Chairman of the
Hoard of Directir-W. . l'urdy
Suerecds II I in and W. II. Trnesilale.
the Present lieneral Manager. I A!o
After lnan v years of continuous s.-r-
ice as president of the ( liieago. Kock
island Pacilie railway. U. l. Cable
yesterday ivnounced that title to a-,
slime that of cliairiiiau of the larl
if tlirectors. The vacancy of the of-
lice of chief executive caused a gen-
ral promotion all aloajg t lie line. W.
!. Pur.lv. first vice i. resident. In-iiig
made president: William H. Trucsdale.
seetiml ice president ami general
manager. In mg elevated to the posi
tion of lirst vice president; II. A.
Parker, chief engineer, assuming the
title of second vice president: J. F.
Phillips, that of treasurer, ami George
II. Crosby that of secretary. A! the
annual meeting of the stockholders.
in which :;!2.201 of the total of 151.-
50(1 shares oi stock Were represented.
P. Flower. Heiirv M. Fla 'ler and
Ceorge S. Krew-ter. of New York, and
P. II. Cl'iggs. of Davenport, whose
terms o; olliee hatl expired. Wcl'c rc-
W. 11. Trucsdale
in I he
was ehvted to t!i.
reetorate caused bv the death of John
After the adjournment of the stock
holders the new lata rd of directors
met. and after ducting ollicers as
noted cut a very large watermelon
among the stockholders. This was
in tin' form of a 1" percent stock divi
i i - . . .. t ... . .
oeini. -xoi sai isueii wit ti ttiai gene
rosity liny also increased tin
deiid rate from 1 per cent to
cent per annum.
Mr. aide's New IMUles.
It. K. Cable. K. P. Flower. Marshall
Field. II. K. P.ishi.p and . C. Purd v
were eh ctcd as an executive coinmit
lee to serve during the ensuing year.
Sir. I able stated a tier ihe nieeliii"
that he should U- no less active in tin
management of the property than
wiien lie bore t lie title ot president.
The new jMisition will relieve him o(
a great deal of the routine work h.
has been compi lied to perform in the
past. Mr. Cable had the changes in
his duties in view w hen In' moved
from Chicago to Kock Island.
THE CAMERA WINNERS.
N nines of Those Who Won The Argus" New
The. li). cameras promised bv Tin
Aunt s to the lirst 10 boy or girl.
bringing in 10 new subscribers each
were today given lo the winner
Kach has an nut tit complete for tak
ing and Mulshing a good picture.
I hose w ho did not get cameras will
he paid in cash for their cIVoils. Tin
following were the winners of the
Henry Servis. lol Fourth street.
( Nile Porter, 25:;o Kight h-and-a-
half liven ue.
Charles Heiisen. 2M5 Sixth avenue
Harry Thompson, Second ave
James Mirlield. (las Thirtieth street
Ko'lv Sch'ill. s:!5 Nineteenth street.
Thomas Maroney, 2rtl'.) Seventh ave
Walter Nutting. 2SI5 Kight li ave
Kalph Soiiders. i;,.'2 Fifth avcin
Frank Jacobs, Molinc.
Clad Miesaw Ilr. (Incal.
Mrs. Muhs. wife of Kii.il Muhs. a
well known fanner, living near Kid
ridge. Scott count v. Iowa, says: -I
am glad I went to see Dr. Oneal. I
had catarrh, and was so deaf that Pfe
was a misery to myself ami family.
My head hurt nic constantly, and inv
eyes were so week and watered I
could hardly keep them open. Dr.
Oneal's treatment helped meat once.
A short course of treat lit relieved
my head and eves, and now they do
not bother me at all. and I ea:i hear
the clock tick as soon as I step into
the room where il is. Again I sav I
am thankful I saw his advertisement
and went to see him."'
11. Doering of the well know n firm
of Doering A: Calsen. Moiine. took Lis
daughter. Kdna. to Dr. Oneal ami had
her eves straightened.
Co and see any of these, people and
be convinced, then go ami consult the
doctor at Ihe Kimball house. Daven
port. Wednesday. Thursday and Fri
day, June 1. 2 and :.
Try A'lcn'a Foot-Kase.
-A powder to !h! shaken into the
shoes. At this season your feet feel
swoolen and ho!, and get tired ea-ily.
If you hav e smarting feet or tight
shoes. tryAileir.sFooyKa.se-. It cools
the feet and makes walking easy.
Cures a:id prevents swoo'.en r.nd
sweating feel, blisters and callous
spots. Kelieves corns and bunions of
ail pain and gives rest and comfort.
Try it today. Sold by all druggists
and shoe stores for 25 cents. Trial
package flee. Address Allen S. Olm
sted. Kov. N. Y.
Ileanty la Illood Deep,
Clean blood means a clean .l.in. No
beauty without it. ( astareta, Candy Cathar
tic clean vsiur More and kaep it clean, by
stirrinj; up the lazy liver and drivin;; all ihi
purities from the bodv. JV-am today to
banish pimples, boils, blotehes, blackhead.
and that Slt-klv l.lil.ills mmriWn l.vl il mi,
, Cawarets, lieauty for ten cents. AU drug
j gists, satisfaction euarantced, 25c, 50c.
lift Kind Yoa Hare kiw Bory
ever)' bottie of
certifying to the Age and Purity of the contents.
c tiu.. ;
Tt is t OwiTne".') Cuarmtf that roes srlth this tKtllnp.
.c l.a.ae . A. UAINLS at CO. is printed va ttta stamp.
ALL DEALERS SELL IT
Dolly Bros. .
Anv Pair of Men's Colored Sunt' O tZfl
mcr Shoes In the store at . pJJJ
These slim's are made by Siaey, Adams & (., J.ditis ia .t
Murphy, and H. V Sons. These are all f5.P0 sIkms. made for IWic
iV Sons of (inah:i. for the spring and summer Irade. but U for
tlie good-, were shipped from the factory they failed, and we
bought the goods so as to sell thciu. its you ce. for less Ilia u
w holvsale pi ii-e. We back every pair just I lie same as if mui
paid J."i.M so you save f I. .. All siex and widths, from 5 to
II. A A to K. in Stacy. Adams V Co. and 11. A: Sms. P.iokcti
sizes and widths in Johnson V Murphy.
DOLLY BROS. -
We close at 6:o0 evcejit
The Elixir of
Have Yoa Got It?
If not, consult
I he C h i c a g o
ently located in
Who Has Cured
Ournce-rie ?i-hlne for
t-etn-aiincni of Nervous
1 i -cases, U neum lilsm a-.tl
X H i v w
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others.
XKK VOL'S DF.P.ILITY. Kxhaustive Drains. Sli-eplessness. Thn-ateiiisI In-
f.mit v. Wriil: Memory. Mental Delusions, or any other condilon due to n. nous eiliaus. ion.
CATAIIIIH. DysjH'psia. Asthma, lllietiniatism. S-rofula. Syphilid. III.mmI.
Kidney, liver :i:nl t-kiu Diseases can he ipiickly aui H-rroiicntJy cured I. y our advanced
VAKICOCKLK is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
mouths with ot hen when we puarantee you a pemianenl cure In m-vcii dajs l.y sitir psin
lcs methods. HydriK'ele cured In three days no palu.
WO.MKN siiiTeiing from disi-aM-s Hcitliar In her sex. should consult in.
V'c have cured ni.iav eases eiven up as lioix-i.-s. and we may lie atilc to cure you. Surgi
cal operations ix-rt'irmcd at your home if desired. Andomiiial and hraui surt'ery a specially.
Ol'K CKKDKN'I'IALS AND TKSTIMONTAl AUK TIIK ItlXF. The innn-
cr't'iis a.'know i. liecniciits we have reeeivetl fnim the nea-siiapcn f.rrour r.-murl;al.e eurea
ii. hoth in. 'ti'-.il ;:ul sur.'i'Ml cases. Is proof eoiichisive that our adfanecd methods run
w here a'l others lail. Then-fore, do not w aste time wilh others, hut consult Us al twice ami
recal l your lost hcaUh. There Is a staire in every disease that can tie cur. d Have
u pas ,-d lha' sta-'c. If not do not cxmm imeut anv lomrt-r. hut cihisiiIl us at. once, fr'ur-tli-n;i-ic.
w oIT,t 'I.toi to anv one provini; our credentials false W'c make It an otoc-t
to i::.esij':iie n irs. No ot her siM-cialist oriers such a f air proMrsitioii. ttsl.v I'CliAIII.K
CASI.s. TAS'l.V. lw-st ol reference ami ertth-ulials If you cannot rail, write. Hun
dreds cured l'j mail. Hours It to 12. 2 lo -V 7 to . Sundays, li ; to i Ji.
OFFICE 121 WEST THIRD STREET, MTULLdUCD BUILDIXG. DAUXPdBT, IA.
A few notes regarding eprlng goodi that caa be found bj look
ing at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Spring novel
ties in suits the prices range from 118, f 20, 22, $22 and np.
The prices in the spring trousers range from 5, 5.60, S,
$ J.50 and upward. Come in and see onr fine Use.
Gus. Englln, Uanager, 1803 Stcond Ave
Four Por Obt Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Pvraonai Collateral or Real CstaU Beewrttjr.
J. . Enfr,rr3. rrrid-nt,
Jn-r. Cruhanrn. lvc frti di-nt,
y. hmusiis antwr.
Bena bo.ircaa Jol S. 1W0, aad oeenpytbaS.
B. eomer at :U hell at Lyade'a acw baiidibK.
It is tha Govemmer.t Internal
ever the Cork and Capsule cf
807 TWENTIKTH STKEKT,
Welneslay and Saturday
Life is Health
DR. J. E WALSH.
T.ate of Chieairo. former
ly Sim-eonn-i'hii'l ol St.
Anthony a HrpltaL
Of our new utock cf Wall Puperi
doesn't alone lie in tbeir artlstio
coloring, and deilcnR, but in
their remarkable cheapness. Wall
1'aperi 20 per cent cheaper than
ever before. See oar preat re
daction In prices and jon will
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
310. 312, 314 TWENTIETH ST.
Ineorporatfd Under tbs
n S Oabla,
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