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THE ARGCa WEDNESDAY, MAY Ki. 1894.
" t iMflS Aftar nedinff th foTIowtac letters can anr on tongrr doubt that a trust worth j remrdy for that terribly fatal maladr. consumption, baa at kut been found? If tlieoo letters had bara written hy yoar hart known and most esteemed neighbors they conW ba no mora wortny of your confidence tban tbry now are, corning, as tbey do, from well known, lntollicent and trustworthy citizens, who. In tbetr apmrnT neighborhoods, enjoy the faucet roufldenca and respect ot all who know tbrm. , K. C. atcLln, En. , of KemparfDe, Princess Anne Co., Va., whom portrait heads this article, writes t When 1 'Commenced tak la( Dr. Pierce's Golden lledical Discovery I was Tery low with a cough and at times ran much lhiod, I was not able to do leant work, but mnst ot tho time waa la h$d. I was all run-down, Terr weak, my bead was diwr atxl ! was extremely despoo dent. The first buttle I took did not accm tsdoBw much fcxnt, liut I had faith In it and continued umuk it nntil I had taken fifteen bottles and now I do t ot look nor teal like the same man I was ona year ago. People are astonished and tay, 'well, last Tear this time I would not Lave thought that you would bo liTin now.1 I can thank fully say I am entirely ruml of a discern which, but far your wonderful 'Discovery' Would have remitted in mr death. " Even when tho pmlixpntion to eonsnrmp Uoa I Inherited, It may be cured, as verined by the follow fofr from a most tmthfnl and much respected Canadian lady, lira. Thomas Vaneirklin. of Brighton, Ont. 8 be writes : " I have kmt tt it mv duty to acknowledge to you what Dr. Pierre's Gulden Medical Dtsonvnrv and bis Pioanant rcllets' have done fir mo. They almost mised me from the ffravn. I bad three brothers and on. Barter die of conrumptlon and 1 waa speedily fotlo-ir.(t after tbem. I had apvere eorjjrti. pain, copiotu ezprctoration and other alarming smiptnms r.ml mv friends all tbmipht I had but a few months to live. At that ti.no I was xsuuled U try the 'Golden Mcdicul DU-ovurr' uiJ thn first battle acted Lk? m)!K. Of ennra?, I continued on wir.u tli" nv ii.Miic ual a- a rcilt I gained rauidly lu st'enjrt'j. Ly friends were aaUiu- AKE THE TIMES HARD? Improve Them by Using the rrcscrve Your Health While the Cure is Within Reach Drs. Stackhouse and Daniel's Light Fee System. There is no economy BO false a the Deflect of diseases until the earning power is destroyed. There it no economy in the ue ot patent medicines that' are prepared on the shot pun principle, and which only hit about one cast in a hundred. There is economy in securing the services of a trained socialist who treats only chronic diseases, and is therefore best prepared to treat and cure you. There is economy in employing specialists of ability whose char pes are. alwavs moderate. Drs. Stack house and Daniel enormous special practice enables them to maintain the lijrht fee system, which has maile their names synonyms for fair and impartial dealing. Me Help for Huber," Said the doctors who advised him to try the climate of 1'lorida. "it is an interesting story that Mr. Frederick Hnber, of No. 1821 Forty, second street, Kock Inland, tell of his illncs, treatment and cure. MIL rKCDKBICK II IB EH. "I bean to suffer from the effects of chronic catarrh and luti; trouble,'' aid Mr. Hubcr, who is employed by the Knok Island Lumber company. 'I took cold easily and my nose was stopped up at times. I was always 0EIVEB8 6 ANDEEfiON. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS AH Etudat ot Carpenter Work Don. TtlTwsOAk l&bcd. When I commenced the m of tout medicines, six years ago, I wetjjhod but 130 pounds and was sinking rapidly. I now weigh US, and my healtti continuos perfect." "Golden Medical Discovery" cures con sumption (which is scrofula of the lungs), by Us wonderful blood-purifying, invigorat Iur and nutritive properties. For weak lungs, spitting of blood, shortness of breath, nasal catarrh, bronchitis, severe coughs, asthma, and kindred affections, it is a sov ereign remedy. While it promptly cores the severest coughs, it strengthens tin system and purines the blood. "Uoldcn Medical Discovery" does tint make fat people more corpulent, but tor thin, pale, pun v children, as well as for adults reduced In ticsh, from any cause, it is the greatest flesh-builder known to medical science. Kasiy cod liver oil and its " emulsions,1 are not to be compared with it in efficacy. It rapidly builds up the system, and increases the fHid flesh and weight of those reduced below the usual standard of health by wasting diseases." To bran ni the entire system after the nip, pneumonia, fevers, and other prostrat ing acuta diseases ; to build up needed flesh and strength, and to restore health and vigor when you feel " run-down " and used-up the best thing In the world is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It promotes aU the bodily functions, rouses every organ into healthful action, purifies and enriches the blood, and through it cleanses, repairs, and invigorate the entire tyttrm. i - A Treatise on Consumption, giving n Ulnar ons testimonials with phototype, or balf-tona, portraits of those cured, numerous refer ences, also containing successful Home Treat ment for chronic nasal catarrh, bronchitis, asthma, and kindred diseases, will be mailed by the World's Dispensary Medical Associa tion of Buffalo, N. V., on rceeiot of six cents in stamps, to pav podan. Or The Peoplu'i Onsnmon Sense Medical Adrier. 1,UUU pages, SOU iUuitratioM, mauad for (UOO. Ucst Economy Restore and tired after sleep: had severe pains in my chest and experienced jrreat dim cnltv in keepinc niy throat clear. I couched almost constantly. 'Last fall I had to srive up work I'hvbicians whom I consulted told me that there was no help for me. They hS-iu a change, of climate mirbt lien elit me, and udrised me to so to Florida. "Not satisfied . with their opinion I decided to consult specialists. My interview with Drs. Stackhouse and Daniel marks the turning point in mv career, for I verily believe that these physicians saved my life. I learned from them that the climate of Kock Inland is ;ood cnoujrh to lire in. I bcan to feel improve' ment from the be-rinnin-r of their treatment. I am xtill "ainin" in strength and weight every day, and now do as much work as ever In fact I feel better than I have for three or four years, and am positive that the Stackhouse & Daniel system of treatment cannot be excelled. It is. ierhups. needless to say that my Honda trip Iran been inUcli nitely postponed." Stackhouse Medical Institute, URBINE STACKHOUSE, M. D. JOSEril A. DANIEL, M. D. BPBclATIBH Catarrh, Asthma, Diseases of the Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat and Lanes. Mcrrnus Diseasus, lllawl tnd Skin Diseases. Chronic Dis eases. New and permanent offices, suite 1, McCullough Building, No. 12-1 West Third street, lietween Brady and Main, Daren iort, Iowa. Office Honrs a. m. to IS m., to i and 7 to a. m. : Hondsvs. Z to 6 . m. only. Permanently established, centrally located. completely equipped. Rupture Cured. No pain, no danger, No blood drawn. No loss of time. Cure positively and legally guaran teed. BOCK WAXD STEALING TEAINS An Every Day Occurrence with the Coxeyites. LATEST CAFBIOE OF TEAT UND. TJaleai Paeiale the SanTerev, bat the Prop erty HaaaT4 with the Help of Mar afcala awl Wlaehestera "Oeaeral Ho BaaOeta 8i Moaths of. Ufa la Jail foi His BriUiaat Baa om tW Martkera Pa- elQe Grees RrvEB.Wy., May 18. -When Mar ahal Pinkham of Idaho started tq board his train to go to CoaawlDe. "tot bas;om tnonwealers arrested 600 other comotnn wealers rushed tipou him and his depnties and took the train from them. Marshal Rankin, who was at Cokeville, npoa being informed of this, started for Cheyenne, and when near Cokeville dropped the men wanted by Marshal Piukbum. The com monwealers took Pinkham's train and started east. The troops have been called for and the entire army will ba arrested. The greatest excitement prevails at Mont pelier, many citifeens sympathiina; with the rommonwealers, among them Consta ble Dick Williams, who was arrested. The comraonwealers attempted to,release him, but were cowad Uv thwe dozw aln. cheaters in the hands of deputies. - The Train BecaptnreoV.' r ' ' On advice of President Clark it waa de cided here not to risk the destruction of the Union Pacific's property in an at tempt to check the lunuxtrutU' train and the project to block G reeu river bridge with loarteu cars auu endues was aban doned. When the train arrived here (SIX. men strong) Marshal Kankin, with twenty deputies well armed, was in wait ing. As soon as the train stopped Train master Hay jumped on the engine and ran it to the round house. The common wealers left the cars and have gone into camp, t :rcs were drawn from all the en gines and the industria la will be kept Here. SIX MONTHS FOR HOQAN. Tke General's n Paalsbmeat forMeakey- Ing with Fnela Sana. Helena, Mont., May 16. William Ho pan, leader of the Montana contingent of the industrial army, will not get on the grass at Washington for six months to come. Judge E. Knowles of the United States court, sent him to the. county jail for that period for contempt of court in leading the movement which resulted in the taking of the Northern Pacific train at Butte, on April 34, aud run uing off with it till captured by troops at Forsythe, two GEXEElX BOG AX days later. Philip Rogers, engineer; J. Hackett, fireman, aud forty captains and lieutenants were also sent to the county jail for sixty days. The rank and file, : strong, will be brought into court in blocks of thirty, and if they promise not to do so again they will lie dismissed. Intends to Assaiutlnate Cleveland. Lincoln, Neb., May 10. Governor Crounse has received notification that the Lincoln branch of the commonweal armv. organized recently under the command of Geueral Duff, and which left Omaha for the east, has among its members one man whose purpose when be reaches Washing ton is to assassinate President Cleveland. The notification of warning received by the governor came in the shaie of a letter from A. L. Druntmond, manager of a de tective agency at Acw York. Calvin's Aruir in a Bad Wn. Gkeensbukg, Pa,, May 11. The Galvin common wealers received very little en couragement here and now the army is on the verge of starvation. Colonel Galvin and his staff called on the mayor aud chief of police aud informed them that un less food was givtu them within a few uours ue wouiu luru ins men loose to prey upon the town. Forty social police are now ou guaru against the army. Sullivan Takes a Ride. GowiEX. Ind., May 16. About daybreak bullivau and his baud of sixty eight com monwealer. wlm snlit. Randall's army, broke camp at Ligonier, sixteen nines east ol this city, aud capt ured an eastbouud Lake Shore freight train. Thev held IHKMCwiinn until t4nt1Mr was reached, fifty miles down the road, auu mere tney were made to dismount. Coxejr Changes His Camp Again. Washington, May 16. The "Common weal of Christ" is now encamped in his toric Bladensburg, a village famous fot duels years ago. lrompted by the pro tests of indignant citizens of Hyattsville, where camp was pitched last week, the army has pitched Its tents in the large yard adjoining the George Washington nutei. Watching Kelly's Armv. OrrUMWA, la.. May 16. The Kellj army passed a quiet aud uneventful uight here aud resumed its river journey at uoon. No depredations were committed by the meu. The Rock Island railroad officials still continue to watch the move ments of the army, and will probably ac company u as lar as rteoKua. Coxejr for Congress. Massillon, O., May 16. Populist ol the Eighteenth congressional district will nominate J. S. Coxey and make a stirring canvass. There is so much dissatisfaction among the workingmen in the district that the candidacy of Mr. Coxey is likely to assume some importance. m Another Train Seised. Washington, la.. May 16. An army of common wealers, 1 50 strong, fifty of which were women, captured a train here and pulled out of the city at 8 o'clock uudet the direction of Commander BUI Beamer. Kendall Mast March Around Toledo. Toledo, O., May 1 "General" Ran dall and his Chicago 'wealers will not be allowed to enter the limits ot this city. This decision was arrived at by the police commisHioners. Won lid I'pThrlr Business. SrniKGFtELD. Ills, May 16. The Illi nois board of World's fair commissioners held their final meeting with the state board of "agriculture here, paid off all bills, wound Up their affairs aud adjourued sine die. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. Lillian Russell, or Mrs. Cbatterton as she has been since Inst January, is "out" with her latest husband and will get a di vorce. Incompatibility. The United States will try to get some ot that German bullet-proof cloth and ex periment with the same. I A case of snnllnox developed in the home of Mrs. IL O. Stone, a society woman of Chicago, and she has asked the authori ties, to buru all her furniture, worth some thousands of dollars. Obitunrv:' At Washircton. A. C. Hnntv ex-gGvern6Vof -Colorado, aged Ml. 'At Muscatine, la., X. M. 1U, aged 68. At Grand Island,- Xeb., Mrs. Znlia Matschv man, formerly pf Chicago. At Denver, ex Mayor Hiram J. Urcndingler. ... . ,( The! general assembly of the Presbyter ian cjiurch Is ia sesslou at Saratoga, N. Y. The theological seminary and Henry Pre served Smith questions will come up. The assembly is anti Briggs by a large ma jority. Xear Wesleyi Tex., John Bennon was poisoned by eating some bacon and green; set before him by his wife and died. His ante mortem statement and evidence ad duced at the inquest resulted in the arrest of the wife, -j, Coot , Williams, a negro convict, was takeu from Mallory's camp in Piue Grove, Fla., aud lynched by a crowd of about 100 men. It is said that he was impli cated in the btntal murder of two women In Hamilton county not long ngo. In taking soundings for the-proposed bridge at Lexiugton, Mo., a lied of coal was discovered under the bed of the river. Tewnty-five thousand head of sheep are said to have been sold recently in Morrow county. Ore., to eastern buyers at about $1.50 per head after shearing. The most prominent citizen of Martin, Tex., is Augustus Bonaparte Caar Dun dreary Kmerson Ferriinaud Grant Han nibal Iniah Jarkson Knox Leouidas Mer edith Nicholas Oscar Tate Ring. Joseph Chauney has been the postmas ter at Bristol, Aunc Aruudel county, MiL, ever eiucc the administration of President Polk, by whom he was annointeil. After nearly tweuty hour ot cousulta tiou the jury at Stillwater, Minn., in the case of O'tioruiau, as receiver of Seymour, Sabin & Co. .iguinst D. M. Sabin, et al., brought in a verdict for the whole amount claimed, fin,8-4:i The case will be ap pealed. The Brotherhood of Lornmotive Ka gineers, in session at St. Paul, has in dorsed t be cigarmakcrs' blue lab L Charles Imeriseh is under arrest at St. Paul while lying dangerously ill of pneu monia in fact was put uuder arrest In that condition. During his delirium he had confessed the murder of William Limllioff two weeks ago. Milton F. Marshal, one of the most prominent citizens of Greenville, Ala., was railed to his door aud shot through the lungs fatally by au unknown white man who was masked with a black handker chief. , fthmiliiia; Aflrcy with Negro Hi rglara Birmingham, Ala., May 16. Adolph Griffith, Tom Wiitsou and Elijah Mc Pherson hid themselves in J. M. Ms)'l store to catch negro burglars whom they had hear J plotting to rob and burn. The negroes came, broke open the store and were ordered to surrender. Instead, they opened fire. The whites returned the fire, killing Jim Melton and fatally wounding another negro. Whitson was hot in the leg. Tho Weather We May Expert. BAsniNCTos. May 1ft. The following- are the weather indications for twenty-four hoars from s p. in. yesterday: For Wisconsin fnowers; iimhably thunder storms this even tag in southwestern irtion; high easterly winds, r or llliaois Showers.m northern por tion: probably severe local storms in western portion this evening: high southerly to -ast. erly winds. For Indiana Showers in northern portion, probably thunder storms; warmer in northern i.rtl.in; hitch southeasterly winds. For Lower Mit-higan Showers: wanner weath er: high easterly winds. For Upper Michigan Showers; hiuh easterly winds. For Iowa- Showers: conditions favorable for severe local storms this evening: cooler this evening; aonineriy, tnimag to westerly winds. It ttoaiA be ia Every Honea. J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps burr, Ta., navs he will not be with out Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, uouffhs and (Jolds.that it cured his wife who was threatened with pneumonia after an attack of "La Grippe."' when various other remedies and several physicians had done her no pood. Robert Barber.of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's New IHscovery has done him more pood than anything he has ever used for lung trouble. Nothing like it. Free trial bottles at Hartz & Ull meycr's drug store. Large bottles 50 cents and f 1. ELECTRIC BITTERS. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who liiv nU..,i Electric Bitters sing the same song oi praise. a purer medicine docs not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and l : .1 .,, . , ... amiicys, win remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other, affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malnrinl inrn For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded Price 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle at Hartz & Ulle mver. BUCKLER S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cuts, braises, sores, ulcers salt rhenm Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup, tions, and positively snres piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. ,Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Harts Ullemeyer Kojral Kubjr" Kye Whleky Is a "Hjre as Is a Rye," naturally ripened and lee froa all foreiga flavor and adulterants, gaat anteed pare and over eleven years of age, raeom mended to the connoiseenr as a meritorions arti cle worthy of the conlldencc of invalids, coots lescenU and the aged. Eec that our came Is blown in bottle . 11.00 pet quart bottle. "BOYAL BLoT" PORT WIKE, pure, old and Mellow, therefore best adapted for fnvsllds, convalescents and the aged. It restores lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, builds ap the weak and debilitated. Qoarts, 91. Plata, (U ceaak Fat mp on honor and guaranteed by BOYAL WINE, CO, Chicaso. For sale at Harper Hons Pharaucr. and b WUuamClendeUaTkolUM. 7 7 MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. New York Financial. New York, May 15. Money on call easy. Offered at 1 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 2H'&5 per cent.; sterling- exchange nnn with actual bnalnnas ia bankers' bills tsea.lMI for demand and 4K74(.4t7H for sixty days; posted rates tiBitft M. Commercial bills 4SU!4 s4)!4. Silver certincates. Unfix no sales; bar aO vcr, iiJ4- Mexican dollars, $14. United States bonds, i's regular, 1ITH: do 6 roniMUs. 11 Tit: do 4's coupons, 113; 4's regular, U3& dors, t bid; Pacific 6's of Ha. 110 bid.-. . . " ', ,.- t.ti.- .. ; oi -j- )'. i New York Grata and Produce. Kew YbRkTMayliC Wheat-Jnly, 00 l-WJtitlc; September, 833 ffihe; Uecemlicr. &ifrtiSHc Corn May, 43 Julv. Wtoc Rye-DnlU western, SK&iS. Oate Joly, :! l-liliUvHc; track - white state, -Uiuvu; 4 ruck, white western. 414.o Pork New mess, 813.7VfU.(li; family. IIS-IMM 15. at; short eloar, S14..il(5l-. lrd Steady; prime wt-stern steam Si. To nomlnaL Chlrag-o Grain and Prod nee. Chicaoo, May IS. Follnwiiif; were the quotations on the Board of Trade today: Wheat May, oiened liBe, i-lraied CV: July, opened 57He, closed S6?io; SepU-miier, opened Kto, cloosd WhC Corn- May. opened iT,!$c, closed Xic; July, ojieued C'Mtc closed 37fsn; September, opened W4K. closwl :j !mc. Uals-May, opened XQic closed 1V; July, ojs-ned -Jv6r, closed StHc4 tM.-ptemln.-r, opened X.ic, closest Pork May, oiN-ned tl2.ll, clost-d fll.sk July, oiicned t!2J':4, closwl 912 ta lard-May, opened ciosoJ $T.:I5. Produee: liutter Fancy separator, 153 15He or lb; fancy dairy- Hl l4'-c; packing stis-k, sk'Hc. Kkits Fresh stoi-k, Wo r doa. Live poultry Chickens. So ier lb; turkeys, fttfi To: ducks, HM Vc; geese, S:t.UK'.il0 or doa. Potatoes Hurbanks, SOfv'ic per bu; Hcbrons. Jj(S.;sc; new potatoes. LouUiana, $t.iKtJi) pur l.bi AppltM-S.".0U?,i.(W ier bliL Straw berries Common to fair stock, SOJj."-" 1ST case; good to choice. fl.(fi l..0; fancy lUinoif stock, $2.IM. Honey V bite clover, 1-lb sec tions, llfy!i.l2!e; bn.'keu romh, HK.lUr; diurk comb, good, cuuditiou, Hri! W,Us.-; straiuod Cali fornia, jintic. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, May U. Live stock Prices at the Union Stock yards t.slay rauued as follows: Hogs Esti mated receipts for tho day, 14.0KI; sales raued at f4.lirAti pigs, S-4 !l.v.".l(t liulu, S4.t4r.c4.aD rouKb packing, f 4 '.".Vcii.15 niixed, and S4fd 5J.1l heavy packiug and shipping lots. A Cattle Receipts for the day, 3.100; quota tions ranged at 54.-54 HI choico to extra shipping steers, S.!.,.H4.i good to choice do, fair to gisnl, Li'maiH) common to medium do, SLiltii.'l.rat batchers' steers, $!.XU 4(01.35 st.K-kcrs. fl.:t..4.U feeders. Sl.NUG) 3.40 cows, t.'.ir,! huilers. S2.(W(J.ao bulls, Si.TO.;v4.l Texas stu-jrs, and iUJu,1.7j veal calves. 8hecp and Ijimbs- Iieceipts for the day, 7 .. prices ranged at i-:.;it4.0 western, .i."ia;.") Texaus, ilJdji4.;j native, aud Ui.15 lamia. The Local Markets. ORA1H, ETC. Wheat Slie. Coni-3STriie. Oita si .as:. Uay 1-motby, $10; npland, t(M'"' wild ft; sloieb. 5if6, baled. Eg. bixao, 6. ruoDCCE. Batter Fatr tn choice, 15316c; crssmary. 13:. Eegs rrak. sa'JJ- Poultry Cbickeus, dressed, loe. rariT akd vcoBTABum. Apples fa -mt bb, FOB Chicago. Potatoes 10 tsuc Onions 1.30 per ba. LIVE STOCK. Cattle Batchers pay tor c ni fa steer 4144c; cows sod helfeis i4rs!ie caltcs a4c Hans-4rasc. Koeep 4oftJc Spring iamb, ft SO&SS a head. Ftrax. Coal-San. 10c: hard. S8.SA. A I an less Mob All the Same. ' Atlanta, May 16. Nitu Young was taken from the Ota In, Fla., jail by a body of leading citizens and hanged to a tree opposite the graveyard. lie outraged Lizzie Wecius, a 16-year-old girl of ex. celleiit family, liviug with a widowed and invalid mother. Common wealers to Itultd Rafts. St. J jstru, Mo., Msy 16. A common weal flimy of nearly a hundred men under "Geueral" lieuuett has started from Fair field, Neb., iuteuding to build rafts hers uud float ilown the Missouri river to joiu Kelly's division alter it reaches the Mis souri. Etessincs are not always sugar-coated. Wo, neither are pills bat Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets rk, and they are genuine blessings in (sugar coaled) disguise to the mffarcr from biliousness, constipation, :ndiirctoa and ail derangements of the stomach, liver aud bowels. Buy them and try them. You can't make a mistake. They're powcrf ul. yet painless. And plesssnl to take. Nervous Are von, can t sleep, can't cat, tired, thirsty i Blood poor i j It's a tonic you want Hires' This sparkling, exhilarating, and re freshing drink, while being for more agreeable in bouquet and flavor than the finest wine or champagne, is at the same time unlike them, being free from alcohol. v - I A temperance drink for temperance people,deliciou8and wholesome as well. Purifies the blood, tickles the palate. Package makes five gallons. Ask your storekeeper for it, Take no substitutes, SeateT cBf stamp to Cham. E. Hire Co.. 1'hllndelphlM, Ir bemutlfal pic. (are cards. V1TALIS nroToaiiAPnCB AVJe m Well FROM UTS. AaX Of 1st Dar. VITALIS THSOKBAT FRENCH REMEDY Pre J sees the 4 sow B waits la M Ban. acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others mil Ysung men win regain their lost manhood, and old men will recover their youthful vice by using VITALIS. It quickly and surely re stores Nervousness, TiOst Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions. Lost Power, Falliaf Mem ory, Wasting Diseases, and all effects of self abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards oB Insanity and consumption. Insist on ha ring VITALIS. no other. Caa be carried ia vest ar nraad the money. Circular free. Address mi auui lanVABt, qiri an. For sale at Kock Island by Barper Boasa Phar awy and William dtadenln, Draygut, Molina. teyrrvixTv S)Oth2aXI It nn al I aval asasa Samsnw , as as No t ue or. Daughter, nor, ia such times as thest A big Doctor bUL Zo Phora curea' :-;v1jj58 BicR8, Bves the bills. li.t EJ A "T" til r- r n& innt, nunrto crioiLT, WORKc SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH APO-LIO DAVIS CO: UKATINO AMU VKNTILATIKU ENUIKLEUS. A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose, Fire Brick, etc. DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, 111. Telephone 2053. Residence J. M. -DEALER IN- E-InlaCJIEIHIJriE!S. Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Straw. Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding done to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTON MILLING CO.'S WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and be convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand. 1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave. Tetopht 11M. PASTEUR'S SMALL POX PREVENTIVE A PREVENTATIVE FOR Small Pox, Cholera, Typhoid and Scarlet Fevers, Diphtheria, Ex The Best Disinfectant Ready for Use. Trade supplied hy IIORST VOX KOECKRITZ, corner Fifth ave nue and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue rharmacv. Sole Ai-nt. Rock Island. Manufactured by the I'astaur Chemical Co., New York. J. T. DIXON Merchant Taixor And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. IaTOOKFOKATKD DaTDEB tbk state LAW Rock Island Savings Bank, Bock Islaxd, III. Opaa daUy fraaiS a. bl to tp. and Batanlar aTcaaiiri fraaiT la 8 o'clock. riw Pr omt Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col lateral or Real Estate security. t. U MITCHELL, Fnst. Tf C DBHEM F. Ik aUtckall, F. C. Dankaiarm. Jokn n nam, . oacaaon lj t, 18S0, ad occapj Ue .F. ROSENFTELD BROS. Plumbenj, Steam, Gas Fitters. House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Bock Island Kat. Bnk Froprletora I AB Mais et Cat Flowers ceastsatlf oa kaad. i rwsa Cea'ral Park, largwt ialowa. . raASaa ... Gas and Steam Fitting Sanitary Plumbingr Largest and best equipped establishment west of Chicago. 112, 111 West Seventeenth streit. Telephone 1 1 IS. uw-k i,;L Telephone 1169. SCHAAB, AHS, Vice Fnst. J BUFOHD. I wliM Crabaatra. Mill MltcarU, B. P. Doll, L. Blaum. at. narora, Joan voia. unaa. BoUatora. sootacast corner of mtckell Lrooo's acv kslldtts Tub KoassnsLO. PKACTICAL of ta Brady straat yiBOMatom. S01 Brad street, OsTrBSOrt. !