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THB AltQUB, TUESDA Y, FEBRUARY 13. 1894.
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fit. L. L ciim.
Ctfckca Down with Heart Kseau.
s, SUM .tea-feat Caw ClUrl, ad.
iwn.trn; I fcl It rrf a m
tlaamrn, In nt.ll-n, ansKik-Vad. h tbe ur:t I'
MM lreir.d fr.a e- ,.. Ihiwnin
tUIHIl K-krn d-.wt ana llrmr
Imarmmm and us rm si l -a- u. r sld pi . las t:t
laa fsiaa a twtwt ? a i-,t.. a ai.ilnnr
esua.ua' naaaliua Ui ibm alud npfi.ka
THOUSANDS
floU af laafrsartesd rtr Irrwarr!. pa's tn IM
ft nan, shnrt w of l-mat h . leeplr.e-, a a k tsr-a
aad (fwrnl d.r.Utv. lb art-m in bit or A
aanld IMr.n Viln'T. tha tariaNWieia! baal
rmkl fre aeerd e.me turn r-m a-r wrai'l
MMta V-I. r1r. I aa. r WTrt thai I
era."! n4 Mf afetr. 4 ar. ar
esaaVe- aa 9rmtm mif wwwiil AvWKMk
4 ! f ftniimnm ( 4HMf Mftirtnm
mttitmmt fa- l.w.l mrmrpt, A frleri'l TaeoTl
wkM " frmrds-a. Pi was nred by l'f
aVi.-s' ramed.. a a.rta..-ii ka . mm mm.
I fro ... nr. CijRk n
pearl I ar. an.1 xvn Natlr. a W mmt m
1rrf, Mr piila. H tx-rrril. I aava no are
Violent IbasM'ina: of the Mart. tll -n
f HfMin Tta to r. Jf(4m Jirttmrm
DR. COFFEE,
IRK tMIStXT .
Eye and Ear Specialist
A Ml Mil Itfnprtrfc of tl J'kMHl; Xf
a4 to lnfl.Bry, ,U itl
KOCK ISLAND.
HARPER noUSS.
Feb. H, 14, 1, 16tnd 17.
Fraa lit to t i, titm iuit
t aoatb.
Tr. rnlfM kt. trrMrl rf m batirfita I
Rnrkfnnl mI fwin ami am n ta ma4 aaoat
mifflh i n- .ni'aiioa rn ipm inn,
II. witt MraiKkua wRiM ar !Hl lXT EYES la
Heimwm rATAMaTf twa aslastra.
Pt.ry?tna llat wn Ut lyw wmi BjlOita.
Tnrnl Ma nr inn al ltd aa4 wild kalfa.atc
i'Hrti t UiwhrrTfial (t rr THmI, CauHcg aa
piMvaiM T.nxira la Mai ar nil rvamrW la la
rwrilnrar tk Eaarkiaa Tab Iradtof fmai
thriMi nrmt la iwn aiianm.
K.avrvlac TihmiI aa4 tllnpmg tTraia, eea
avarr oaw af tk. . oavntlna t perform.
ar.pt tatarart, aa4 attl.au c ta ft aoau wlik
aulilaiff.r. AT AT. fTKRTfilM (fnr tin aw tk
tifht). hk!Im nf i Mt, riMm ana,
arf fioV rra.ala rl t.. rkraal. f anr
fy. kaira, .iam nt lan. n hi af aya
IMa. rflMMa af fftrttrvaial Hart itrar 4arts la
ftmra of .... Nrath.a af aya kail. AU UT
glral rilavaam M Ik r aa4 Ita trw.
Al l TK ANtt trlKl! KAatL ATARKQ
a an ita ra-r rar. rrunnt 7. t-xaaa,
aniyaaa, taamra, kawklaa aad a ritUnc. .alaravd
luTrMii ., iraoalatra Mr Ikruat,
I'BArakaatraarara a ar raaf af fWaa
aaaaa aa 1-11 la. v. aiiaaira II earaMa.
aara ai.a raar. la aa. MvataMl.
iMr.a, in RARa I raa aura la rrt raaa,
KIW-f1 il t ll-1 rta rnr ta .Tarycav
aaynn Htna art tCSa TMOI ALX caraa'
rraai catarra taa aa taraav
B WINTER.
- - - aTAlallaT
Wines and liquors
Kit aad Ills Third Avt
John Volk 6c Co.
aniMAL
CONTRACTORS
couss punjyra
HaaatattaTM af
SmIv Door. BUnda. Sidlag , Floorlaf
WmlaMoatiaf.
Ami AO ktaaa af axaal wan
BljatMatan. IwUTaW i faarta
,.. ...
(T ji :
COLLISION ON THE RAIL.
tat Lira Laat ta a Wreck Near, Bella
Oklav TottWs I-VK 1A-A ii:il tn Tl?
Ittaila frum Ih-ilrvua, wtys: Two fright
syaitia eollriaaj ,n I he Wbrr-linn and Ijika
Via toad tm the alarm, two miles wrat of
Wa piare. Both trains wrrc running al
lU a?il, the blimlinx florin preventing
lae enKinrenfrntn mviiik I lie ilnmcrr. The
ttellixKm waa trrritlr, larth rnicinea U'ing
amalie1 into wmp iron. 1'he In ijjlit rar
Mm bnikcB iutn .linlrns anil imIiiI
kk tiller imfuoiin. Tim following were
ilkcr LilleJ vuiriulit or Lave iliol aim
kbe lliiMMt: rUiincer t'onnrll, l'imnan
AkMnllen, h4li of rnuinr l'.ii:inecr
laaai Mvvll u( rnuiiie us Uraliinn John
sua of uaia No. UK
mmmm mi Xaraaa aA t ha O.A. R.
Prrrai lai. Feh. l.X Anions- iba qurs
tlnnslhat will la-arlltetl at Die next ba
tinnal rnrarniiraml of the (i. A. It. In the
npoil ii.n loailuiit llirSotiaof Veti-rana
lo lav tartan ijutt ion. The Mihjrct lis not
Jet Ipren ronaiilrml ljr the tirnml Army as
bole, kut kas been Imaitrlil U-i.ire arv
eral of ih atala tieMrt mrtita. In the ale
latrtmeut of lVnnsylvaiila a romniillee
aaaaNuntel to remre a n Ht for the
atala em aiuimtrtit at l'hiiiili'lliia ou
March I and S. While many tirnu! Amiy
mea fovureU the llea of bavins the Son of
Veterans la tha oriler, there is alaw too
aitlerahle oMition.
lrvaUM w Btir
Than rure. anil thowshutre smlijoct
to rhfumalim can prevent attnoks
tir krepinj; the hlotxl puw nnil fn-c
from Iho aoiil which caunos thcili..
ease. You can nlv tixn 1IixmIs
Saratrn!a as it mui-ily lor rlioimia
tism anl catarrh. al for every form
of scrofula, salt rheum. anl
tUT li'aes caiiM-il 1'V impure
IiIihi.1. It tones anil vitalixcs the
whole sv'tetu.
H.Hi.fg rills arc car inJ rrcntle in
effect.
"As t?A as
r.ovcr excell
ed. "Tril
a:il proven "
i.s the verJict
o f million.
Simmons
Liver Tc?ga
l.itor i tha
JT I.itor m tha
AfS2jf?2fonlv Liver
JLJlsvt aa.l -Kidney
y
iriol'cino
to
v.hich you
r.'in ;n your
f.iita lr a
euro. A
mild 1
tlw, a n 1
.urt-'y vesj
l il!o. aot
TT I 7 I it'-r iliriTl'y
-t fC n V.iO Liver
iievA. Try it
Soli l.y all
DruijgL'U in Liqui'l, or in Pow.ler
to be taken dry or iiui-lo into a tea.
Tie KIn nf t.trar Mrdirlnrs.
1 havatrwil rrnirSinunori l.lvrr nor
lator awl r-t roniiri.-iHiiv mv il UUm
. king of nil l:tr itmlK lt-. I rii.-i...r u
lmiJ!rlnrrtMf n Th.H v. J ca
mux, Tacouut, Wuatiiuon.
AarKVEKV rACKtfiF tl
lk X atama) la red oa atranper
CQsonic in.
This I):scaM is Very Prevalent in
This Climate.
II tft a. a Bad Told. a:'arklr the num
armnrinf nrta. 3 oar. aad tMl neelert.it rx
.4. IntKeTknav ar4 l-iar; rralllnj ta llraH
ackea. IXafaraa. Im of Voir, anil Comuaiption.
AH ibis a PR EV KX r tD or prnr.aat Btly
t'l aKI by cailliis at tha
tZsliezI and Saricsl lastif ate
COCTORS
s4XIDZtS017 H UOSE.
w iitur.
COSSULTATIOX IS FREE.
Nrataamtty Located Is tba Ryaa BkKk. Coraer
BecoaC aai Bnaty RtrMta, Daveaaort, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTED ABE WELCOME.
Tra. Aarlarana an1 Una an rmdnatea of that
leadiaa; ateilieal colirrM of this cnaatry. and
vttb aa vrara' cxpsncaca ta tka treataMal of
b oote aMeaasa.
CATAKIUI. TllliOAT AMI LCSfiS.
They are..fu1-T feat ratarrh. Thmal and
Laasr, dlsraar. of ino dlsrttv rsaaa, dyanep-
Ib.tvar irainki. cout'paUoa. caieoic diar-
faea.
KtPSKT AMI t KIXAHT
Traabka pedlly rvamvfd.
kEKVOlS PIM.AtS.
Tba Brwt acrrratrd rae are i-liy aa4
aoraaaaUy inrr4 fcy aar acw Bwth id of Ucat-
aara 1.
LADIES ArrUrTEn-Saectal attentina ctTea
to all IIihiii aeealtar to waoa. Kraiy facility
aad aara staff, ftw tk. Hoataiaat aad aaaady ra
awral of Ikta claaa of dhwaaea.
Electricity Iu Scientific Applica
tion.
rarlal blrmlnM. a awlea, aaarflaoaa kalr
ts. aiaraa. tuaaTA wens, etc-, wanned ky a lac
irmysis. . .
BLOOII AKD SKIS llEAE.
All I roahlt a aria m IW Imoara olood. .crof'
ala. acaaaw. latlar. tamor. alcera. etc.
a bt anmlud eoalleiilly by Vatter or mkay-
Baad4eaata fnraaaatma blank. AitdrMi
MM. AJIOSBaUX A AuaaV Itraa bkiok. Liaaaar
aort. aawa.
THE BLIZZARD.
Boreas Takes a Frolic Through
Several States.
nis corssE is kortiieasterlt.
Tho If awl I UK Snowstoraa aweea tlnsia
l"Mn rtilaaco with the W lmA at Seventy
MUtaaaHaaraaaHaaslakn aa Sharp
aa Xr.dlaa The Keened Brnkra at ka
aaa t'itjr Tea larkea ntSoow al MU Louis
Traiaa gnaw bauad.
Cliu.w Feb. 13.A Mizzard that is
aweepinR the ohintry in a northeasterly
direct ion struck Chicago shortly after 4
o'clock in the morning and y C a bowliriK
storm renilrred trawl on the streets well
niKu imposHihle. Wiml at seventy miles
aa hoar, drivinK snow, flakes like needles.
and the thernintneter fallinicrapiilly such
was the situation C'likattans found. The
wind was strong all niiilit l.ut long townnl
4 o'chvk it suddenly iucreaed in force and
an hour later a small cyclone was on the
city. Itr tt mow was fall in? ami with
snow and wind and a falling theriimtiii'ter
Chicago was la-iug trentrd to a firwt-ctn
Idiuuinl. It was the edge of the same
storm which seit o-er Kaunas City and
as bow raKina; In the unio valley.
W jet They l .r Maw.
Policemen on the corners said the ltliy
xail was fur and away the wort lin y hnd
ever experienced. Fr bourn humcaiie
niasts, laden with fine driving wmw.
swvjit through the si tvets and around t he
Curtiers of the high oflice iniildiugn to the
distress of the pedestrians and ruitmliou
of 1 heir wearing a)rt l. tin the leeward
side of every comer near a tll imiidiiig a
great crowd of incii nud lioys niasutl and
with wliiMips yrlKnml slioiits .f l.-mghUT
grvctnl the struggles and coulortions of
ine pjiNvr ty v.ho attrniitcd to cns the
street. A Luudrvd-iiiilc-Hn-hoiir hlast
would ever and amio skate oil the naif of a
twenly-sltary liiiiliiiug, sluKt lou into
the street and Mow atriotic Chicagoaus
alsHit as if they were cut out of tisMie pa-
pT. striking the grotiud, the cyclone
would shoot into the air in a whiriwiud.
Hound and round, atvtidiug with hurri
cane veltsrity, it shot struiglit upward.
carry ing along such trophiesas hats, um
brellas, shawls and veils.
Kr porta from tHher Localilirs.
licpons receivctl here from oiuts iu
southern Illinois, southern ami central In
diana, Missouri iu general, and Arkansas,
give the same story, the heaviest snow of
the season with witid in a majority of
cases drifting the di-jMir.it badly. Fort
mith. Ark., report rising streams with
rail and wagon roads stiiferiiig then-liy.
From Olatlie, Kan., comes news of ti:e
death by expoure of A. M. Uansmere of
tt. Ixiiiis. Incoming trains tre very seri
uiily ilelnyetl, some lieiug tour or live
hours and t-vcu more later.
ALL RECORDS BROKEN.
Th. Ill lizard Itagrd for Tmrnl y-foar Hour
al Ksnsaa I Ity.
Kansas Ciiv, Feb. i:t. After continu
ing for twenty-four knurs and breaking
all records kept by the local wether bureau
the idizzanl suspended operations so far
as the suow aeeonipntiinient. was con
cerned. A brisk viud still Mows from tLe
north, though the mercury is not low, liv
ing 14 degress alxive zero. The indications
are for much colder weal her.
The snow lies sixteen inches on the level
and is kiiily drifted. All street car trafhe
is suspended and the fortunate jMissessojs,
of carriages and sleighs of every descrip
tion Katliererl a silver harvest in quarters
ami lialf dollar by conveying persons of
both sexes from their home, to their places
of business. 'ot one street car line in the
rity is running. All trains Ik.Ui from the
east and west are greatly delayed.
In the stale of Kansas the storm was
similar to that in this rity and was fully
as energetic. The heaviest fall of suow
occurred in the easiern jK.rtinn of the state
audthe lightest fall iu the western. Iu
the eastern sirtion the snow lies from
twelve to sixteen inches deep, while iu
the western portion the depth is from sev
en to twelve inches, strcej, car and rail
rond travel i almost suspended through
out the state.
Trains la Kansas Sue boom!.
Ffitrr NTT. Feb. IJ. The heavitl snow
that has fallen in southern Kaunas for
many years lays upon the ground. The
trains are all delayed and many are Isiuiid
in snow lianks. ,The Mi Miri Tacitic
pa.s.ngir hich h-tl here a suow Imutid
on a hill near Mom 11, and thnss engines
Were si-lit iut fMtn this city l. m! jt
luck, but neither of the engines have Tel
returiHsl, and it isthoul.t thai they are
also ts-d ujt. as they went out duru.g the
blimling storm. Xnuy trains due here
have not armed, and ih(e wliieh have
are ln.ni twelve to siMccu hours late.
The Itliaurd at M. Itnia.
i"T. Jji'l Is;, Feb. iy. Suow la-g:in fulling
here and continued throughout the night
until morning, when elsmi ten inches ol
the beautiful" had come down. lUports
recci veil show that the storm is gem-ral
throughout Missouri mid siirroiiiidiug
states. Itailnatd tratlic is badly delayed,
nearly all trains la-ins from one lo four
hours late. The hal observer at the weat ti
er bureau i-sued a cold Wave bulletin nud
predicts a fall of 30 degrees in the temper
ature. Ibis will pluce the ciercury 10 de
grees below Zero.
The Dlintard beaches tibia.
CLIAKLAMj, Feb. li The blizzard
which raged with such severity through
out the west has reach this city. A tierce
gale accompanied by a heavy fall of line.
culling suow is in progress, atid the storm
promises to la? a most severe one. Al noon
the street ear service was demoralized,
only an octarional car managing to get
through the heavy aw-w drills. On the
Ijike Miore road trains were reported i.s
more or less delayed trom the west, with
a prospect of sernais blockades.
la TSortbcra Indiana.
IlAMMoMi, Ind.t Feb. 13. A uVrce snow
si-jrni has been raging here. The snow
L now nearly t wo feet deep and no signs
n( abating. High winds prevail aud th;
anow is drifting badly. 1 mmc was stiii
ois-u al noon on thetrunk lines, but trawl
on I be street car lines has been suspended
ports from other points in northern In
outna indicate blockades. In-coming
tuins are very late. ' The wires on the
Mcfcle 1'late are all down soulh of this
place.
trm Mra naraass tm Heatlu
8ai.TII.Us Mex., Feb. in.-TlMi building on
tha IlacieiMle of rian Francbai Marien,
aouthweat of here, was visited by a fire,
the flames starting in a hut occupied by
tea laborers, and spreading ho quivkly
tuat live men were burned to death.
THAT $7,000,000 BABY.
tt Is Reported Very sick at lbs Hoeae of
Its rarcnta.
JfEW YtiRK, Feb. 1 It was reported
that Mr. aud Mr. .T. Hooker Hamcrsley's
baby lsy was dying at their home. Mr.
li.tniersley said that while tlic child hai
been very ill for several days with a severe
cold, he was bctttr arid his recovery was
hoped for. This bal-y's father is a cousin
of the late Lonis C. llamersley, whose
Widow liecxitiu the Duchess of Maillsir
ough. Louis V. llamersley'swill roiUsl
that the entire income from his estate was
to lie paid to his w ife during her hfeand ut
her death if there was no issue of her mar
riage the principal was to bedivnled among
cliarityb'.e institutions.
All this Has conlingotit, linw-ever, njxm
the condition that the testator's cousin, .1.
Hooker llamersley ,tlicn uniiiarried.should
have no male heir. If he. had a mule heir
the estate was to go to t!ie child. Ixmis
C Hamersley died without issue. .1. Hook
er llamersley iimrrird Mi--s Katherine
Chrisholm. Two daughters had lus-n ls:rn
to them, when July :M, IsX', the baby who
Is now til, was liorn at Newport to issvivo
t!ie t-;.li.lril, ft by lMiis t'. llauierslev on
the death of the Hiicli'ess of Mari'lair-oukIi-
PRINCESS COLONNA'S STATEMENT.
riot of Iter lluobsml lo Meal (lite of Iter
hililren. .
Nrw York. Feb. l;l Mr. W. .T. M.u kay,
was seen by an Associated I'ress represen
tative and snid that lie was atithoiisl to
make public the following st.-ttem.-nt,
which was written and sigui-d by tha
FritK-ess t"o!o:ina:
"1 authorize you to slide that my Eiid
den ilivision to leavts Kran a:al
-nie to America was due solely to a jiiot
which 1 discovered thai I'riuce de tlalntru
t'oloima, my htislsitid. had fori. nil lo sle;;l
one of my children from me as a Loslae;
iuiliviiluals h.-iviug Iss n emjiloyed by him
to that etlect, as well as to closely watch
my inovoinents,"
Mr. Mackny s.iid heliud tiOtiii;i further
to say in reference to t!ie matter and that
the princess hail no plans lor the future.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
A ticgro named Collins rets fl iyfd alive
by whitecaps at Athens, tia. He was ac
cused of enticing a :iy servants.
C. F. Husit, an old man. was M.V.ibcd
and killed by his sou Fred at tsan Fran
cisco. Cleveland and TV-troit capitalists have
organized a syudirate to op-.-rni" extensive
cxml mines near liartstitrville, Ky.
There has lieen no diphtheria at Galena,
His. Snue cases iippeared at Scales
Mnund that were erroneously iu..uied to
tiaU-ua.
At l.ndon, Ky., .T.tmrs K.iilou and
Grant Collins, train wreckers, were sen-teiH-el
respeciivcbr to nine or ten years'
imprisonment.
Federal ofiicers raided cn;il!irr counter
feiters' den ut New York and captured a
complete outfit for making spurious 1
cent pitK'cs. Four counterfeiters wore !
captured. j
Vill r.rovm and .Toe llailcy, v.ho l:;nl
killed their wives M, iiessennr. Ala., v.oia
sentenced to Ira hanged, the brst Marci
:-. and Itaiicy April iu
At .T.din:--. A'a.. renr.is Cl. !"":it5 and
Will Marie Ciiarn''isl orern p-ri. .ikirge
hot aud killed Clements. i)eui v Siiei ill
Chat llolmau blew LW's head olT wilU a
Khnigun. .
ami-ee u,vu rr.i arrasi ei ill i .:naa:P,
Ills., while selling a wagon load cf poultry i
tuey nan stolcu Jroiu fanners.
John tJuthrie Sniiili t.riilihur-li, Scot- '-an..u-i I .-,Kl.t tn 51,-x.co. I.J.3,,, ru. -,.
land, b-.an a suit at Deavcr to iom lose a ' iei:M(is!-:tXA, .dexa-o., leb. li A duel C&TSRCXi 8s.
tMI5.M mortgage eu the Ma.vnvU laud took, phice in the town of Cr.is Is-twcen : MMr.ot Lrn-!--, T-.-.Titrr-grant.
Jose Mi'.iy.'i Torrvn. it prominent youn:; ' BJ' Botncasffc, Cashier Siock IrJiial .aticca:
Jacob and llo'iort Willis and lnVn business ligin, and MiKiu-l Torres, alaw-. e. t rtner, v . p.
ufiihi ne uiunilltl 111 IflCl'itlO llVtr IKS-
twitn L nioatowu ai:d Sliawneetow ti, in
trying to cross iu a skid.' duroig a liiyb.
wind.
The I;iminion parlianifut has Wa
caiicd to meet March 1.1.
.
i tie twenty-sixth annual convention f.f
the National American Woman's Sc.lir.iu-e
asmK-iation wiU commence at Washinftoa
Thursday net-
.T.C. Graves, the absconding financial!
ecrvtnry of Kose City lodge, Switchmen's
Mutual Aid .issoruttiou nt Little Uock.
haslsvucaiHuredat Uenvcr.
Frank lloois died at 1'eoria, Ills., of
smallpox. The house has luvn thoroughly
disinleetcil and no epidemic, is feared.
Houston, Tex., officers have arrested two
Mexicans on suspicion of having ln iiu-
Tn Agent Carter and Mail Agent Morns
may die.
?Ii liicuu O.Ticera I Uiler Suspirinn.
Laxsin.;, Feb. li Attorney General
Ellis tJeorge I'.usscy and lounty Clerk
May are under stispit ion of lieing the jst
sons who tore the Detroit elect ioa records
from May's bisik last week. Kilisaud May
both admit that, 1-illis visited May's room
earlier in the evening ls-fore the'theft oc
curred, but a lady witness says .-ho saw
Klis go up to May's room later alone. The
public docs not. al least yet. believe Ulia
or May really bad a part "in the tlielU
0.erution cm IXeu(lcrsiii of l.nra.
WAsiiiXti-riN, Feb. li Colonel David
B. liendersou, of Iowa, who lo.,t one leg at
the knee duringthe war has been com) e! led
to undergo au operat ion on t he wounded
memlx-r. He stissl it well and is rapidly
recovtring from its ellerts. An alwesa
which bad formed was successfully re
moved and it will prnliably not be litany
days before Colonel Henderson resumes
bis scat iu congress.
Mrs. Lease to Defend Smith.
Kansas Citt, Feb. li I'opulist J. A.
Smith, arrested on a charge of criminal
libel, has been released on $1,000 bond. Ho
has retained Mrs. Mary Ixtise to defend
him aud a racy trhd is exjai-ted, aa it is
Mrs. Lease who gave Smith the letter
which he in turn furnished the newspupers
that caused the t rouble.
Con(l-aKUuu au.'luruw lit.
WASJlIXt-TOX, FcU la. HepreacuUitiva
Durborowvf Illinois fell in a faiut iu tha
house and was for a few moments uncon
scious. Surgeon General Wyman of the
Marine hospital was called and applied re
storatives, and Mr. Durborow was takeu
to bis nsmis at the Cochrane hotel where
it was stated that the iOuesa was not iiAjf
ly to prove serious.
Tbree Mea t atiUlj J njui-cd.
ruLLAKtOJ'UlA, Feb. 13. A cylinder
head blew out of one of the engines at the
Traction company power house. Three
workmen, Jw-ph Mender, George Uibbs
aud Michael Welsh were latally injured.
'-ast!' t ire a. Kebde.-aan, K i,
JlENDEliK, Feb. IU. Fire destroyed the
to-Micco factories of John IL llarrctt &
Co. and TL 1L Casper, entailing a loss of
lUO.OUu; inaureU u about tuo.uoa
WONDERFUL CURE.
Testimonial of Miss M. Chambers of
Teoria, III.
Well and Happy.
M.'ss M. !l IMHFI.'S.
V. 'Ti l. HI.
My troiiijlei cotumcnccil with
Caltirrh. It yctllcil on my l'.roncliial
Tu!a and I. titles. I " had nine
hctnorrhafros in 2-J il.nvs. Mv luces
would pr.in mo so at 'times 'l could
hardly stand it. I read of the suc
cess of the Physicians of the Scott
Medical Instil ute. I took their
treatment sent iiy express. I necr
was at tluir oil'cc, lun I a:u Crutu.
This was IS months no. I linte not
liad nay blitdin"; of hins since and
liae trained i.'.J jnumls.M
JI i: ln: HifE SYMPTOV.S?
"A l.itrnii) pr.in behind the breast
bone, fhoolir.:,- pains through cbor-t,
stitch in the side, tenderness in the
upper part t,f chest, eeup;h ticklintr
or burning of tlimit. Freath short
on fxi-rtiun attil of a uheezin"-sound,
tightness .tero?s chest, loss of
sttentli ami flesh, niht sweats,
nnicu; soraetinies streaked with
blond."
Those artlie Tor.iincnt svmptons
of Frtmehial C.-i'.arih. It can iie
cured if the Lung Tissue is not
diseased.
Kvr.itv ci itinti: iiiscasi: Ti;r..Tr.r.
SCOTT
Medical frsiitute.
21 F,ra-ly street,-Davenport, la.
Ovnn Ami.i;:cas Exfrkss Co.
SPi:ciALTlF.S Catarth, Fve, Ear,
Throat, Lnns; Nervous dis -
leases. Skin diseases, Chronic dis-
. eases
! OFFICE II'il'K?- P to II
j
to 4 V- 31 - ' u' p- m-
a. 111.,
j On Sundays the office .will be open !
. frr,, o ,. , ,n i o .
to i p. ra.
. T2
; e.. .ill' .uii.:i ! ..'(..itr resrtiieilin 1 or-
; reo tn-iv.ij su..t t!ir.;.!.:i the heatt nt the ;
; rt lire. 7i:r;-e-t was u-it w,.u:sded. The '
! duel was ti.e iiui.r.raiiin; a i ivairy for tLe '
1 Uil"J t,f a i' lw- ' 1 thv place. j
,, , !
I oot.iall ilevctnps t!.e It.xly.
s- n..... .. . . !
I ' ' ," 'T 1
i ' lVe' avocwte UiroiU,rr t"tf':
i liymnnsium. has jast completetl statist ics
"V"iR : relative val.teot various out -
? TVl ",' "V'"'m,f 'V 1"'n,;,:'
f"' ,,!l",c U "'" '""l"1 I,T Loa! r:ue
to..; hall tea::-. v;;ve the im.t s.uisiactoiy
j ' ' "
j
j
j YTh.cn Brf-j vra t, wo paW -r castnr.
I ti".l l' mi.; r , I i luL-..;. .--..
Tiro she b-cante T.!iss, she riant to Casuwia,
, , t ,
YHMJafcue Laa COi-ca, sis gave Uicia Castor
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria.
Pitcher's Oass;ra.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castcrfa,
The greatest depth reeorilt A vt Lake
Michigan is bOlect. or alsmt one-eixUi
cf a niiio. The mean depth is abunt U05
feet, cr one-iiixtoenth of a taile.
A wotnan is never known to ndver
ti.H3 for the return ef stolen prop -t t;
otid bo questions ahked." She wui.l.i
ask Questions or die.
Jlllra4J a'lLja '.vaiaiai i .1 t
ftasopa REMEDY for
Ui"LCIA sci Eimilar Ccapkicts
msBcfsoiared rmdor th atrinf But
m mi Wtn MIAtlVnntoi XCaaa.
PAKI EXPELLEEu
On'rniiljlo w.Ti-artern'fc-Anrlior."
hook alsooutliuikafor Tlr.B.inlitf.r's firm!
F-Ad. Hlchtor A Co. New York.
Z3 rJSSIST AWARDS.-
13 Bnuea Houses. - Own Qlaaraerki.
I S".r. arfl We. Tor !. b Dm ft Vou
Konekr'tji. c. bir!el. llnr hou
r ..amiccjr. Hccs ie:ai.u 111.
aV
1 1 hrs! PZZriii
a
A.f aV
now .seemingly tc-ycrA recall may lis restored wrings
ainl sallowncso iMiiishovl arul a faultless, ahvays youtlful
complexion retained by the use of
Empress Josepliloe FIE mm.
It is a dehejour, lotion for brilitcning'.intl sootliiij- tTje
skin cures Frcvklo:?,- Pimples, Tan, Sunburn, KcJciiia,
Acne, etc. f The price, 75 els. per bottle, will be refunded
should it fail.
For sale by T. H. Thomas, 1630 Second avenue ail
206 Seventeenth street.
THE HOUNi. -
:TATS SA7I1ICS BA1TK.
Kolino, 111.
OCce Cornet Firtecr.th etrcat and Third Ave.
CAPITAL S100.rC0.00.
So cces the HoUlc Saline e ar.r. Oreaalied tsw
5 PaCEST nOStf . AID 6S BEPtilU
ufaUi.zra a: uit zMi.id i.wb.
O.-rcii fmra 9 nuoC, define ch1eX
btalia.Ur r(Ahi:fKsla fi.
a. uaaj u.ai 'lac- . ail v JJ 11
rr-.id-.-ri-Vice-er--.'ii;
- - Ca&ije:
I.. A. Arssnor.TU.
. F. l!kiT,
DtOSCTOIi:
Panor St'cncr. W. W. w-.v,,.
r. A. KoiHt, l. A. Atuwonn,
O. It. KIWI'S Y . ii. Adasis,
Aciircw Fnbcrc i'. ?, tieincuvsy,
Zi ra-r TViriit:.
I Western Ie vestments
i GUAHASTEXD
lDCAJ PTATr I Ci ,W'
VL"rii- LU,no
j ntcQ for Trivet pannes in the es:us3
o; tat nest r-y ibe
Orchard Stato Vninl
cf OHCEAim, SIL1ASA.
- Caut, Vreniiivt t.
; Willy ilull'. Sons, V- OCICKfiT- Issuers.
i-JryrreaHOTjdf-rr ol'.-.iir
rSGFESSIOAL CAHD3-
ATTORNEYS.
n. c. COKS:; lt. r.. Tt. car.-Xf li.t.
CONNELLY .t CONNELLY.
; ATToaxavs AT Lw::-k-v- Islorfl. 111.
' Lfed We iteue-i L aat'4
' '
, JACKSO.V - HTIRST,
ft TTOTlNFis AT1.AW- off:- in K-irk Iasid
r Muim. Itank bciluir.p, Kjrte ltaad, li!.
! X. . wr:r!SFY. mm a.
! RWEtN'EYft VALK71-
! ITTii"NET! A:: cnfS-V.i.Lo.lS AT l.f
j t Of3ce io l.'et p.tou'g l:.cs. !'k S Klsnil. 111.
. V- A'a J' A-Hl-
! STTOTtMSVATLA W-t.KAL EVS1NESS
trt all k.u3 r.-I)ni- t'v altprd d la. st-..tc'f Ai-
i taraey of boik Hand Coin.:;. Oilioe
Post
i urncu Biooi.
Kt-EJilRY rv MvENlllY.
ATTORN K is tt l LAW Uo-n u-ouvy rTi rrwvi
M ;tcUi;U a. i.yi..e. backers. USice la l'oitolct:
bluew.
PBYSICIANS.
DK. A SAY.
PHTSICIAN AVD SrK.iS'
1121 Third Arcnae.
( Tilephoce 1170, Rock Is'aJ, It).
Offlca fiosrs: I to 4 p. ni. and st tight.
J. TL EoUtntbiwb. M. D. Geo. B. Barth, X. D
ER S. B ARTH & KOLLOWBUSH
PUYSIetAXS AXt SCIH3EONS
Olf re 40:i iM .1. avkpboo l"ra
HofiidtacersiSlnrt. - lib.
orrici annsi
Or, Bsrth 1 Dri UoHewbaab
. to 1i a, w, j i')to!a.ra.
1 So t m 7 to 8 p. m. I I to 5 und ' 10 6 j. m.
DR. CHAS-M. ROBINSON,
LTB, EAR, SOSE. AXDTKKOAT OSLV
iMboa Mccuiioafh ni:iii.-. 1h w.t( fit.
Ban-, a. . I'iVKSWlrl, LA.
Konrs: to It are: 1 to t rm.
H. M. FEAlxCrt
OSNTIST r.ooai S3 in.MtuUcuA Lytida'e ocw
bkica.. iut- c'.or.lcr.
HAWTHORNE SILV1S.
DE"TITa no 1710 RctOi d areuuo, over Kre!l
aista'a.
DRS B1CKLE & SCKOEMAKER,
DK?.TA" Mitchell lrnde's
block, kooma ttL craaa aUiv,tori
jAFOUJ TECTS.
EDW A ku 1. hamiutt
ARCatTBcr, Kock l-lind. 111. offloelaoom
4l.itcbell A. i.Bde ttaUdtog,
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR,
ARtrttlTfCT- t'la aod aiwrimeaodee for all
claa- of atdMiiits. K !! Mi and A aUvco
eU & Lynda ii u. takb ei.evatob
CITY OFFICERS.
W. A. DARLING.
ITT KSC1KEKR -
ataford block over a'Oibflry' ttota.
The
eauty
ot otiier
ays
lysL'HAix::.
A. D. KUESii'S."
-aVWswWlJi. a.-i4.4,
-Insurance f r
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j taown ?ire In,arnn Con , ........ .
t
ral ltisarsirer.rtit-n--.-. .f Ki
W.-.i-hT- r-"T? 'T...'( '
l:'iff.i i rcr-:: li.-. . - - r-
7t.,:.;; :,vr...Ta I-:-. . '. :.. ': , , '
'iri-t. c-. fc,-i t"ti-t,;.r-' ".
H:n V'.f JT -fT. !!.: :i
t'ler.n I. . .... cf ( ;.':--,
Secntit-. t'rf, t .... ,.; nv, r .
V. , Jiacfcaa,,, irs. v .,.
lienaai 1 Ire . r. . Co., of i'ecT':n.T.
Oiliee Cor ISth bt. :.:A . : At?.
1 Eock It 1..
"the old mi?xi:
kates & cii:atlli::d
52TrKAL
a. s s. v-. Li . - . -
Hej refentitts over (i Miiii. .t
Of Curb
Fire Life. Terr.' -.
Aecidf-.t, M.;-.:
Err.y.oyeriS L . .. 7
IXSUUAXCE.
3ends cf Suret-sltip.
Ol'rlCS r.r.r;4-n-s h;v-.v i ! ' i .
rySeccre oot rstef-; th:-y will - y
J. M. BUFOIvD,
General
Insurance Aecr.'
The old Flra at-d Tirse-Tr'.rc Ccil; i-
rotrtsceteii.
Lf ? C - - "P'r.-T.--. T r-
Sates as low as try rciiiblo aopi.-y cr-t
Yoa ritrosa n sollclvi.
4-C.:i
s 4a,&C.x'-:.?'..i.
SaVe mtnior br iiuvi-t; yo:.r ...
ated and plain crockery w;:re. :
ware, fancy jroods, tin v. :;iv. :'
and everyt hin"; iu the lite of si'1
lurnishinj: troo.is at
MRS- V.:7SCES.
1318. '0 Third Ave. s 91 i 1" r"'t
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in.T.j.tti t..m,-, b.i yfj
rauwp!fteur?i..rvr: R-.l 'A;.r:.- j:
eHaasl.. inr tf.r.iir Fvr ;y
aaa t.rja.-.
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