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TilE AHGUS. WEDNESDAY. DECEAliJEK 28,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. latest U. S. Gov't Report.
SAFE AFTER IEltILj
:no r.c.-rri rfMuiiiig
Steamship Noordland at the
Mercy of the Waves.
View It with Abhorrence.
Ixi on, Dec. is. The executive mem-
j usraoi me ni-n .vit:oti;il League ot Ureat
Britain, al ji liieeiiiii; ia London last even
in '. ad IRlPll .1 lv-nhltini dmlarmir tli.it
EES SHAPT BAOEEN ilf A TEMPEST. ' lhty .,icW, w itl, ",.lu,,'n;"1ce ,tLe outrill-re
u 1 perrietnteJ m I);ili.n, and that said out-
: iii-ui enemies 01 liume rule.
U"ild runic Among tlm Passengers The
Vessel llufi'ctcd by the Itagine Seas and
Everything Touted With Ice Itt-scue
Close at Hand, However Towed Into
l'ort Amid the Cheers 'of the Saved
Meetings of Irishmen Condemn the Dub
lin Explosion Arrest of a Suspect.
QutEX6T0WN-, Doc. 23. The steamship
Noordland from Xew York was towed into
Quecnstown harbor by the steanixhip Ohio
t 7 o'clock last evening. All the passen
gers were on deck waving hats and hand
kerchiefs nnd cheering. Anchor was
dropped and (he pa-sseners were removed
to shore by 51 tmler.-3All showed signs of
the anxiety which they had suffered; some
tf the elderly steeraice passengers were
hardly able to walk. Several women feil
en their knees and cried the moment they
were landed. The voyage of the Noordland
was tempestuous rlruost from the hour of
leaving Sandy Hook. The winds blew .'al
most a hurricane, and the ship had much
difficulty, m:iki;ig headway through the
waves. fuu;e of the passengers were so
apprehensive of danger thut they could
not be induced to retjre at night.
The Umax of Misfortune.
The waves tossed their icy foam on the
decks until the lower rigging was covered
with congealed frosting and the deck itself
was like a skating pond. The Noordland
labored along successfully tintil Thursday
evening. It was bitter cold and the pas
sengers were congratulating themselves on
gradually nearing the en J of their stormy
voyage. The steamer was in latitude
west and longitude 50:15 when at 0:20 p. m.
a tremendous crash was heard and tbe
vessel quivered from end to end. Three
terrific blows resounded, one after the oth
er, as if the vessel was Wing struck by a
gigantic hammer, which indeed was the
fact. The fright of some of the i-i;:u,;
was pitiful to U hold. Th y ruhe.l hither
and thither delaying the oihcers in their
efforts to get at the t:u;e and extt ut t,f the
I'lisseners runic Struek.
The en'-iiie-i raced furiously, whilntiie
broken shaft, fur that proved to Ite tLe
danger, seemed nlioiit to crush the ship at
every concu-iun. Water ruIivd into the
tube, menacing the stokehol 1 an 1 the
engine rooms, and the p:n.ic-stric!.eii ; a
Hungers thought for a w idle that the eV-t-I
was about to sink. Sere ml minutes c:aj.ed
before wonl u.is given fur the eiiirhie... ;,
stop. The NiM.r.iland lay hc'jde.s. t.wsed
by the gale, and as th.- water rushed ia
there seemed imminent danger of sinki; g.
The pumps were inarmed and put to work,
erery man of the crew being summoned to
duty. I'oi twenty-four bonis continuously
the pumps were kept a work and ih
water prevent '-d from gaining on thevc
Had 400 Miles tj io.
At the time i t the accident the Noord
land was 4'Kl mile- west of (Jueenstown.
The crippled steamer w;is sighted by the
steamship thio, which left Philadelphia
on the same day that the Noordland h it
New York, and needed assistance was at
once extended. The voyage to Queens
town in tow was attended by much Ui:ii
culty, and the continuous stormy v father
made it necessary to navigate w it h ii.:t. ou.
but the Noordland arrive 1 witho.ti mi tier
accident. An examination showed tnat
the fracture of the shaft was mX t .t
side the stem.
' EX-HEAD CENTER STEP! ! ;
He Denounces Hie Authors or the I a
DUPLIN, Dec. it. James Stephens. n
former head center of the Fenian Krother
hood, and who has shown, a decided lean
ing toward the Pamellites since permitted
to take up his abode again in Ireland, has
teen interviewed in regard to the explosion
which killed Detective Synnott. Steph
en's warmly denounced the authors of the
explosion as enemies of Ireland. He said
that the suggestion that Fetdans were con
cerned in the outrage was an insult offered
by the supporters of the so-called homt
rule movement. The Fenians, Stepheus
Baid, were incapable of such coward !v
I'olice Don't Agree with Stephens.
The government is apparently acting
upon the theory that the explosion was tlm
result of a conspiracy, and the police Rre
making active inquiries as to the recent
course of the physical force faction, to
whose operations but little attention has
lately been paid. So far as James Stephens
is concerned no suspicion exists that he has
anything now to do with plots or conspira
cies, but is intimated that some of the
younger advocates of physical force have
been very busy of late. Theanti-Paruellites
are throwing suspicion on Parnellites, and
the latter are "hurling back the base in
sinuations." Arrested on Suspicion.
Dublin, Dec. 23. A man named Kevens
Las been arrested at Nenagh, county Tip
perary, on the charge of being connected
with the Dublin explosion. Kevens is a
stranger to the townspeople and ia unable
to give a satisfactory account of his recent
movements. Kevens is 20 years of age. He
admits that he was in Dublin last week up
to Sunday morning. The arrest, of Kevens
caused great excitement in Keuagh. A
police sergeant had been informed of the
arrival of a suspicious looking stranger,
and had followed Kevens from place to
place. Kevens saw that lie was watched
and tried to escape, w hereupon he was
taken into custody.
The Experts at Work.
Colonels Majeudie and Cundcll, govern
ment experts, yesterday made a minute
examination of the scene of Saturday
night's explosion. They secured as speci
mens for further study iu the government
Some More Denunciation.
&i:k, Dec. CS. A meeting of citizens of
Cork nas held last evening for the pnr
Iose o ' denouncing the Dublin outrage.
The mayor of Cork presided. Maurice
Hejily, M. IV. moved a strong resolution.
I c.vp.iviiia uciciiMii .uiu i-oiiuciiuiaiion
! of the etrocious outrage and the hope that
j In the true ml frestsof ourcommon country
me nut iorsoi terrinie an onense against
the Irisii causs may be speedily detected
and br ught to punishment." The resolu
tion vas carried almost unanimously'.
Some persons showed their dissent by
shouting "Dublin castle ought to be de
stroyed." "Down with castle government.''
The Cholera at Hamburg;.
Ham rum;, Dec 28. Four more cases of
cholera and two more deaths were reported
totheLealth authorities in this city yes
terday. Hesides these, seven net-sons stis-
j pected of having the disease were sent to
the hospital. The mail steamer Hungaria,
from tLe Black sea, is detained at Cnx-
haven t n account of the existence of sus
j picious illness among the crew.
j CONDITION OF MR. ELAINE.
Ir. Johnston Says lie I Improving Sti?l
a Very Sick Man.
Was! ixcton, Dec. is. -Mr. Blaine is as
well as he was yesterday and is improving."
This wts said at o'clock last evening and
Dr. Johnston had been at Mr. Blaine's bed
side jus: twenty-five minutes. This visit
was the second the doctor had paid to Mr.
Blaine c uring the afternoon and when his
attentk a was called to the fact he remark
ed that :t had no particular significance, in
proof of which he said that he would not
call again ia the evening unless especially
Cannot Sit l"p in lied.
It seems to lie settled that Mr. Blaine will
not leai e Washington for some months to
come, e -en if in the meantime his health
should improve sufficiently to warrant Lis
remov-ah It is also understood that while
Mr. Blaine really shim marked improve
ment as compared w it U his condition very
recently he is still a very sick man, so si ic
that he ,?an only sit irect when propped ti'
BATTLE WITH MEXICAN BANDITS.
Over Thirty Killed in the I i-ht and tho
B.:::. .., Tex., Dee. -S. The news last
night w ts that Mexican soldiers. 251 strong,
and rev .hitionists, Imo strong, fought Mon
day at I.a.s Animas, Mex. Thirteen soldiers
were ki led and a score of revolu; ion i-ts.
Many were wounded on boUi sjir-. 'J h--.
soldiers were defeated.
ONE MORE MILLION.
Chicago University Born Under
a Lucky Star.
ROCKEFELLER 'COMES DOW AGAEU
A Million I liars Added to His Already
Large FVinttlous, the Income To Be
Csed for Compensation for Instruction
His Total Clfts Amount to the Af;;rc
Kate of S3,600,000 Contributions of
Chicago Citizens Keach 1, 500,000
The City To lie Asked to Subscribe.
Chicago, Dec. 2S. One million dollars is
the substantial Christmas present that the
University of Chicago received from John
D. Kockefeller Monday. There was uni
versal joy nnd mutual congratulations at
the monthly meeting of the board of trus
tees yesterday when a letter was read from
Mr. Kockefeller iu which he said he would
give to the university I,000,o00 in 5 per
cent, bonds, principal and interest payable
in gold, the principal to iemain foievtr as
an endowment, the interest to be used for
compensation of instructors, he reserving
the right to name the instruction to which
the income shall be applied. He will deliver
the bonds Dec. 2, IS'.1;!.
They Took it Joyfully.
It is needless to say that the board ac
cepted the handsome offering with thanks.
This is Mr. lhxkcfeller's fourth great sul
scription to the university and raises the
total amount of his donation to SS!,GOO,000.
The first was made in May, lvs:l, for the
purpose of founding an institution of
learning in Chicago. The amount was
fto0,0o0. The second was in September
lstit. for the purpose of enlarging the scope
of the institution. The amount of this
subscription was $1,000,000. The third was
made in February of the present year for
the further endowment of the university,
and the terms of the subscription were
"1,000 5 per cent, bonds of the par value of
f 1,000 each." The fourth is of the same
amount as the third and iu similar interest
Chicago lias ISoeu Liberal, Too.
Mr. Rockefeller has evidently felt that if
he manifested a liberal interest in assuring
large endowments to the university the
citizens of Chicago would show a like
liberal interest in providing its external
material equipment. Citizens of Chicago
have, during the pie.-nt jear, made con
tributions and subscriptions to the funds
of the tmtwrsity aggregating about 1 .VX'i -000.
This latest gift Of Mr. Kockefeller
makes the endowment fund of the univer
sity over (4.3O0.U00, the odd fcioO.OOO Mong
ing to the divinity school. This when all
paid iu would give an income of (aoO.ooO a
year for instruction.
The C:ly to lie Called I'pnu.
The trustees will at once call on the citr
to respond to Mr. Rockefeller's gift with a
contribution of tG'Rouo for equipment.
Kvery increases in endowment fun Is makes
nu increase in material facilities for work
imperatively necessary and the university
will now ask Chicago to give it f-io.ooo for
books, f.;,',t'i.,i for inquovi ing the grounds.
c"i0.i-(H) for apparatus and furniture aud
other equipment and vim for buildings.
These arc the present imperative neeo.s of
the n::i i -rs'.t v.
j TEMPTATION TO COUNTERFEITERS.
Ma-le it Pioasant lor the IVor.
Bai.t.moi:i:, Doc. :'S. Tobe" Wall, of
the ixx.kmaking lirta of Lynn & Wall,
conducting n pool room tit Arlington, a
station m the Western Maryland railroad,
celebrated Christmas day by making it
pleasant for all the children in the village
and by relieving the immediate wants of
the poo - people in the place. He first in
vited al' the children to the hotel, where
Mrs. Wall, assisted by other ladies, dis
tributee over SOU large boxes filled w ith
con fee ti ins and toys. Then Wall himself
present d each poor family with a $5 cold
piece. He also gave every employe an
extra W H'k's salary and threatened to dis
charge i ny one of them who played the
money ii his room.
lVople Who Jtiiy VOi til's liir S.mvenirs
Had Iteiter Lock :lt.
W..-;:iN..K. Dee. 2s. Chief Dusm
inotid, of t lie secret service, has cautioned
Lis a. nits to pvertise the closet possible
scru;rny to ptwct.t any ci unterf'-it i:ig i f
the Columbian souvenir coins. Souvenir
coins will be c.s ;'.. ntiful as K.:ckb"rries in
summer," said a prominent cfuchil
of the mint bureau yesterday morning.
"It v.iil be impossih'.e to prevent them
from lieing counterfeited, and the prices
they are bringing is an incentive to coun
terfeiting. They can, too. put as much
silver iu the counterfeit as is contained in
the original and still make :i'5 percent, on
each coin." This view of the situation is
not shared by the secret service people.
Chief Drummond thinks it w ill be almost
impossible to counterfeit the souvenir coin
on an extensive scale.
ruel and Daatardly Murder.
Bl:iNiLKT, Ark., Dec. 2S. Monday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock George E. Moody, for
several years a trusted employe of the Ar
kansas Midland railroad, entered a passen
ger coaeh of a Valley Koute train where
James Keorus, another railroad man, was
sitting by his bride of two weeks. Raising
a double-barrel shotgun Moody said:
"You WDn't take back what you have said,
will you F and emptied both barrels into
Keorus' face anil body, killing him instant
ly. Moody then boarded an unattended
engine and attempted to run it off, hut
there w.is not enough steam aud he was
Was a Sabbatarian, Hut Not (.allant.
Hamilton-, Out., Dec. 2i. Joseph Best,
the evai gelist, was arraigned before a po
lice niaj. istrate yesterday on a charge of
assaulting his wife. It appears that Best
remonst rated with his wife for allowing a
servant 'At wash potatoes on Sunday. Mrs.
Best cla ms that her husband struck her
and shoved her into .a closet. The magis
trate fined thedefendant (10, and in default
ofpaym-'tit committed him. to prison for
two mot ths.
He Wasn't Worth the Sacrifice.
ClSCi:.NATI, Dec. 2S. A most pathetic
tragedy occurred Monday near the Ken
tucky end of the Newport bridge. Sixteen-year-old
James Shannon had been drunk
and in a row in a saloon. He was put out.
In the scrimmage his face was made bloody.
His mot ier heard of the trouble, aud when
she arri ed at the scene sight of her son's
bloody face and maudlin condition so
shocked her that she fell dead at his feet.
An Opera Company Disbanded.
C'HICA Ki, Dec. 2S. The Digby Bell Opera
company has disbanded. Most of the prin
ciples ha ve started for New York, while
the men hers of the chorus are stranded
here in a bankrupt condition. The com
pany phyed a successful week's engage
ment at Hooley's last week, but a large
part of the receipts were drawn out to
satisfy o'.d debts and no salaries were paid.
Imputed to IJo 121 Veal Old.
Ntw Vohk, Dee. 2S. Bire Besczynski, a
Russian woman who lives in this city, died
yesterday at the reputed age of 124 years
and six uonths.
Deliberate Attempt at Murder.
Iov: IsI.ami ClTV, B. I., Dec. 2S.
Michael Nebreski, a Bohemian cigarmaker
at 14 Middleburg avenue, this city, delib
erately attempted to kill Peter I'hlein, a
butcher who lives next door. Ulilein was
standing in his store when Nebreski ap
peared in the door aud, pointing a double
barreled shotgun at the former, fired both
barrels and ran off. A large number of
the shot struck I'hlein, entering his right
side. Dr. Burns, who attended Uhlein,
found him seriously, but not fatally in
jured. He has not been captured.
The Lumber Trust Enjoined.
St. PAI L, Dec. 28. Some time ago the
Bonn Manufacturing company secured an
injunction against the Northwestern Lum
bermen's association, restraining them
from putting in force a boycott against the
first named firm. The Lumlierrnen's
association entered amotion to dissolve the
injunction and yesterday Judge Cornish
of the district court filed a memorandum
reversing the motion for dissolution.
Mat bine Wood Workers' In ion.
Chicago, Dec. 2S. Delegates to the third
annual convention of the Machine Wood
Workers' International Union of America,
are in session here, nearly 200 strong. The
proceedings are presided over by John
Green, of St. Ixiuis. The other officers
present are General Vice Presidents Frank
I leacock, of Omaha, and Frank Franck, of
Chicago, and General Secretary Thomas I.
Kidd, of Chicago.
Costly Eire at Omaha.
OMAHA, Dec. 27. The Continental block,
a four-story brick building located nt
Fifteenth and Douglass street, was last
night almost completely destroyed by fire.
The loss to building ?.nd contents will
reach fully (200,000. The firms burned out
were Orchard & Co., carpets and furni
ture, and the Continental Clothing com
pany. Chopped His Eamily to Death.
Cur of Mexico, Dec. 23. A frightful
tragedy is reported from Tehuantepec.
The terrible affair was due to the frenzied
action of a jealous man, who literally
chopped to death with a sugar-cane knife
his wife, his mother-in-law and his sister-in-law.
Eatal Snonslidc in Idaho.
HA-lLhY, Ida., !). 2S A snowslide Sat
urday swept away the engine house of the
narrow gauge mine at Deer Creek and
wrecked the concentrator mill, 500 yards
below. Henry Bliss, who was in the eugine
house, was instantly killed.
THE BEST POLICY.
Frauklin'a Maxin thy Kv to
Why It Is S ), cud How It is Proved id a
Specific Instance Uow a Lirge Busi
ness Was Built Up.
"Pom s y is the b-st pollry."
o wrote Renj'in in Irarklin, the urt Ameri
can phillcvpher. and the truth of IUj phrase Is
apnea to by everybody.
It is onlv by tho oerci-e of abilnt hor.efty
Ihii any drone, pcmuiienl biisiners c:m be built
tin Dit-honist method-, false ripresenttition,
niikent promises ordiception of stiy k nil, will
ci her cripple or destroy auy fealneis This is
sperial'y true with rcpurJ to auy business that
i built up by advertising. The aavertiner ninst
fnltt'l tviry pr.miif e he mkes or he will never
brinK a patron in'o hi hi u-e the second tirre.
It ii by honest and efnnieet work ; hy me. tipg
every promift that they teae; by candid a strut, lit
ferwurd md tratbtu'. cot duct th it the pnysxiang
rf thu Scott Medieial Imtitute have built upthe
large practice to tio?e, tlirost, lur.g and i touiuCh
cbi aree which thi y ui w cosccs.
1). Wihon ajserts than h ? ccn and !o s
nre certain diseases and pr. seLts every wp- k
frerh tea into: y io prove this as-ertiou But
nv.rc than this thiy pr ve it in th ir Hires
Kvery ore cf their iittu-i ti is t nthuMni-tic in the
praUe of these physic is, hu uve done icr
tliem what others liuve fuili d to do.
A gct tiertan now under 'rctment at the Pc tt
M iticrl Institute sdd a fiw nays ago: "I have
t catcd for the patt ten r.r fifti-cn ears for ca
t'.rrn, 1 first tried r.t.r l.ic u physiciai.s and pi.t
no relief. I then tried the bet known remeults
huh are advert 8d in the daily prets and a'-o
some specialists in catarrh but got so relief .
Mter n a tirp the cures pi r.'oimea by the co t
Med!ral institute and the sL temcnts tna!e by
niv neiithbois and friends I decided to go at d sec
ht tbey would Say in repnrJ to my cas. I
was told I eon'd be cure', I had been led so
before but without resjit. Well to make a loi r
torvhort!d cioMi I w mid tiive them atrial
as th-ir mcdiciue a d treatinci t c 8t but
$5X0. A MONTH.
Xor 'r, uM y. u le ie' e: 1 h d been ore
wei'k unfit r trar.ttnei t wh:n 1 fe.l better thtn
1 h id for twenty years. I had a ccn-taat dif
ch TiTc of mucubus itit i my tiroat. ai i ovi r he
eyve, hea aihe, distrersed fce'il.g in my st mach,
hovCcs coB-tip.itril end my m rt aiinoyl.'g
(jm; turns was a rmr'nor buzz ng nniae in n y
o. rs. lias that been stopped? Yes sir. 1 hive
hau no unites whatever in my lara Mncelcoaj
n enred nnd the n st of my sy uiptuna have a ruoft
en in lv d ssa. p -ar d. I Lave in the meai t me
tirounhi four cases to tl.e co:t Meoleal nsd:ute
siu.iiar to mire ind I k n r w whtt tht y hi.ve done
Irr aie thry c-n d fT mv f i.-i ds. 1 can safely
sav I have "had more relef rd feel better from
one w eek's trettmi nt by the phjici na of ths
se- tt M erica: Institute th .ts I huve Ladi . twenty
yri rs I cf .re
1 he frctftin statimeut is liy a pitnn'nent
buaini s man of Davenport, w ho is avc ss to
having his i ante ard p cturr appear iu the papi r
but 1 is tame ant addnss can lie ou d anil
statement verified on aj p'.iration to th; physi
cians f t tv Midirui ligtitut, Uavetpor',
It !s nt unorinmoii to hour ton merts of this
kind. As a ma'terof fact, the pati rts who are
untti r the carci f the sooit Mtdical institute as
s st to a far great" r ext. nt than newrpaperad
vertisu g does in coi Intuiting to the prai t ce of
th-s-phvsicians. The e are all kinds if adver
t sine doctors, but ihls rrav be set down as a
truth: it is the honist advirti-er only whorna
prespi r, and the prem s1 that is made in th-;
j-apeis nii:st be carded out in the ofliees, or tho
people whi .e-pen i will n.ver getbwondthe
thiid vls t.
The pfcvsiiiims of the foott V ec ical Im.itute
1 ave the 'arpet practica in nose, throat, lung au l
stomach d sei s-s in tae three cltiis. I hey cive
n: ivetsa' satislac ioi. Their fee? are si low as
to be a-iontsl.irg. They farnt h all medicine,
compounded m their own lab. rarory, free, a d
ttiev effi-ct a rur in every ca.-e thry" uudeakc
tr.at s curable.
CASCATASSHSr CUSSI? TZS.
niMke ih's Mandir otTi-r. So mar y S'-calU d
K urt s" are liot:rht btfore the jiab Ic that nre
valutas ar.il ani.xpc s lion, an i a a !rt':iu 1st s
a ! to h.iul l!( od tria rut lit Too IrgU, w e trako
t is ci r:o:is riler to ino vumic i a UKt
i ' p. sf-.l'lt to ci iat- to our t.fiice during l!ic Lo:irs
Mid not lV:ii fr m one to 1m uxiA f:e',ut r.tl 2;kic:;s t
at a tini'j vii:t:nr fr tn atmt'i.t T.te ihicia s
ort!tco t M-icitl 'r-sti utt irvite ever, i crou
p' ffcrinir from nit.rrh. a 00 o. threat, vyv t tar
tlillicu y ti viii their pnriors. Brady s-Ttv",
i'aM Ti, nrr, i ira. Walk in. take a cuair (if nr.y
vacani ivq-i ro rf ai 1 atii-nt a to what tliey
lhi k of their proLTt Jf the r ::n-ver in not
xirVe;ly sMTi-f.ut rv o votj 4re will rrt f rl
s.ich't.l if u ro 1 oi wish to ti?ko treatrroM
fro:n i s. oi.ly we would cuc' th.'it yoa ei. quire
of a j a; ii nt w h ii ? Inc 1 ?t 1 r-t tv.o we. ks ut:
i:cr ui.r c re.
$5 A MQHTill
All tatietits nn'er tieattrcnt tie Tore Jiia. 2, "9.",,
v ill be treated until cured fr $5 a month. This
iuclndrs contup atlon. ex an hat ion. tr atmvnt
and nn d iine for all patients ana all diseases.
We feel it to be a Cuty to the public to extend
the time of ihis car, which expired on Dec. 13.
ou ins to the (art that such a 'ame nnmbar of
p ople railed at our sffl e for consultation cur
ing our absence.
$5.00 A MOKTB.
On Jar.uary Sd, 1S93 will appear picture, state
mci t and testimonal of a we. I known Davenpo t
man who his not breathed through his rssiriils
for the past ai j ears, now entirely cured of ca
tarrh. Would s.iace permit we would five it
now, bni we do uot desire to ocenpy the wfaelj
pace of this rews. apt r.
The $5 Rii-e Ho'.ds Good for All f
F.ve do'lars a mon'h until cured. rot ony for
Ca'arrh, bat for a.l diseases. This ire udc
asthma, acites. or dropsv, dvspi sis, loss of voice"
auerexoia. or lots of appetite, often caused by
catfnh of the stomach ; all diseases of the !uu"s
tuherculcsis orconaumi t on, in its early etavres
potdiivcly cured by tie New Lung Kemtilj ; infll
tratlon of the luci;-. carising tiHhtness, short
breathinc. etc. ; disi aes of the overi kidneys and
spleen, cifbetes melites, or watery condition of
the bl'oii, acute Bripht'g Ciesse; diseases of the
bladiler; liesrt disease, valvular and fonct'onal
mitral iusufflciercy, reducing dropsv, shortness
of bieath and general debili'y; stomach trouble in
all its forms. Success in treating catarrh of
stomach is pt cnomenal. bowel complaint, chron
ic diarrhea catarrh of the bcwles. chrcn'c corsti
patlon. etc.: rectal diseases enfflcientiv trratcd.
hemmorholps. rectal ulcers, fistula, 'laius of
bowels, etc; blood disorders, fcrofula and is
effects, czema, etc. ; special attention to ulcers
of lor sianoine.
Hist ares of the eye and ear are treatrdwith
lat' st niei boils and appliances.
Diseases of women in ated by I hysfcir ns who
have made life long study c f this trar.th of work.
OF VITAL INTEREST,
Tli is is the season cf congLs end colds, which
arter by neglect, termirsto in pneumonia or
chronic ratanh of the throat and lance, and
eventually in cor?u:nptic.n. LJeed the warcln"
sipttit ! Ho lot n ec yiuistlf until yocr bron
irhal ronuh has ausined the dighlty of incipient
ccnsump'.ion, but treat it and cure It now. Do
lot waste valuable time lyswallcwirgcaiiscous
and useless rongh sviups and ezpectorants.wh'.ca
only irritate aad eicken tbe vtoniach, butcocsult
skidid tea trained riecial'sts who knew juht
wiM to oo for you and when Jo do It, and will
speedily teliev your hacking coua sna restore
to normal condition the mucous n embrace aud
rarkrd system.aa- k fca. ii
cctt Medical Institute, I
221 Brady St-, a-' i IDavenport, iowei
0TER AMKKIC1N EXPRESS CO.
SPECIALTIES Catarrh erd sll Dis
eases cf the Eje, Ear. TLroat sod Lunet.
NtrvcuB Din ttt?, Jekin Discnits. Chronic
Office Hcurt : 9 to 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 p.
tn . 7 to 8 p. m.
lnsir Heonj Kastors4
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Fit rdtienat. they paytnr eiritw cbarires onhox when
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Warn aroiciea to KMr Arch St P
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You can save Time and Money by Trading with
J. Eamser & Son
The Old Established Jewelers.
Owing to their immense and well selected stock v. -
find just such an article as you desire for a nice -i'ft
out wasting time and energy looking around. Wr c '
large variety of opera glasses, gold spectacles, cy(-. ; ? V a
fine silver novelties, onyx clocks, souvenir spo,n i
sets, small fancy clocks, Chatelaine watches, and ! ,- '.;!"-'
large line of watches, diamonds and fancy stone rin
We have fitted up a special department for OP I ir i
GOODS; we are better prepared for correcting all err. 7
refraction than any one in the three cities.
J. EAMSER & SON.
1S27 Second Avenue, Rock K'
DRIFFILL & GLEIM
Keeps the finest line of
IN TUB CITY
Under Harper House.
1 mvisli a piec cf Diamond Jewdiy,
You wish a Watch,
You wish a Clock,
You wish a Fine Pin,
You wish a pnir of Ear I.ing?,
Yen wish something in i-"oIid Silver,
You wish a pair of Opera Glasses,
You wish a pair of Gold Spectacles.
You wih anything iu cur liriv
You can surely find it at
Cor. Tnird and Brady Sts., Davenport, low
SHALL I-BUY 'FOR
Go to G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
and he will show you a nice line of Rockers,
ladies' desks, cabinets, bookcases, side
boards, parlor furniture, etc., to select from.