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THE ABQPP. FRIDAY, MAY IP, 1095.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORlrVTB. a. . oearaiT. b. i Connelly 6c Connelly, Attorneys at Law. OOo second soot, orer Kimball ft Lyndts beak. Money to loaa. Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys at Law. Oases ia Back ItUad National Bank boildtag. a. A. mm c l. wum. Bweeney Ac Walker, Attorneys and Councillors at Law Oases la Bengstou'e Block. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. laws! business or all kir?s promptly artanstd to. State's AUo"iey at Hack Island county. Ontoe, I-ostofSse 11 lock. McEnlry & McEnlry, Attorneys at Law. money Ob food eeenttty: maae eoUee Beferaoee. Mitchell Lfada, bnm, Uone. Ontoe. Itostoase Block. ARCHITECTS. Drack & Kerns, Architects and Superintendents. Bona ITMCA Building, cor Third tram and Nineteenth etrct t. Edward S Hammatt, Architect. Sf Whitaktr building, - DsTenport. Ia. Geo. P. Standanar, Architect. Plane aod eaperratendenee for all class of Building. Boom U and SB, Mitchell trade Baudlnc Take elevator. rHYSIClAKS. Dr. W. H Ludewig Specialist of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office n Treeman's new bnilding, corner Sev enteenth Rtrcet and Ih'.rd avenue, hock Island. Telephone No. 1038. Dr. Chas. M. Robertson, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. ones, WbltUker Block, sooth weet eoraer Third aad Brady streets, Davenport. Iowa Koone IT end 18. Hoaiei S tolla.nu.1 to 4 p. av. t, a. aoixowanaa. a. B. a. a. Basra, a, a Drs. Barth & Hollowbnsh. Phyalcians and Surgeon. C4ace ltrd St. aeaidence Ttl Hit st. Telephone ion 1US Dr. IDr.Bonowbasb SelSa,m. I W m i a. m. I tot and? to In, m. I to t and t u, t) p. citt omcus. W. A. Darling, City Engineer. 1 4. Mitchell Lynde's building. DKKTISTa. R. M. Pearoe, Dentist. St and tl ta Mitchell Lynda's i BhmMtac, Take elevator LEGAL. Ksecator'a Notice. Batata of Johanna Baaetaf eld. deceased. ThesBdsrsigned kaTtngbeea appointed execa. tor of the last anil and testament of Johanna Baaersfeld. late ef the county of Bnek Islaad. state at Illinois, deceased, hereby rtvee aoties that be will appear Before the cooaty coart of Bock Island county, at the ofllce of the clerk of said court, la the city of Rock Island, at the July tetm, oa the Irst Monday la J sly aex.. at which tine all perms having claims agatnst aaM aetata are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the seme adjusted. All parsoae Indebted to said eetata are re 3 aested to ataks i Biased tale payment to the ea ereumed. Hated this Sid day of April. A.D. 185 EDWARD BAUBRSPKLD. Bxeeator. Batata of Btargaret Harrises Deceased. Tm nadeishrnad havtna adetsianed aavtna seen aepiwaaiin aa- Btiaisualor of the e tats of Margate Harrr eon, lata at the soa.au of Bock Island, etaa of Illinois, deceased, hereby vee notice that h wlll appear before the eoaatv coon of Koch Island eoBBty, at the olBce of the clerk of said coan, la the city of Bock Island, at the Jaly arras, ea the arst Moaday la July Best, at which tune all persons having claims against said estate are Botised aad requested to attend, for the perpose of having the same adjusted. All peraone Indebted to said estate are rsqasst ad ta saaka lasMdiate payment to the aadsr strned. Dated this sria dav of April, A. D. MB. BBMBT H A bRItOS. Administrator. We Employ Youn Men assart in par f-ja"t for Young Ladies irboysorafrts apply they ;i ACKB CYCLE C0TIPANY, ELKHART. INTX ' err 'is f to tfaufbota oar aavaruae- aahth aadaAcaie antrea aad pi nana BBatBej'BaTI lawnai 9 Ik Is the Best Blood Purifier, Appetizer and Nerve Tonic. It enres That Tired Feeling The Portage Entry Quarries Co., Successors to the Portage Ked Stone Co., also to Furst Neu & Co., PBOrBIETOBS OF LAKE SUPERIOR PORT AGE RED, BROWN AND VARIEGATED SAND STONE QUARRIES. Security Building, Ninth Floor, Madison Street and Fifth Avenue, -Chicago SEED QTOUE. O O O O aaslF O O A O A O LOUIS HANSSEN tl and 215 West Second Street. Davenport, High Class Seeds Of all kinds suitable for the most critical market Gar eners and Truckers. CLOVER and GRASS Seeds of all kinds. GARDEN TOOLS, SEED DRILLS. CULTIVATORS. We carry a complete Stock of the Celebrated PLANET, JR." TOOLS. Send for Catalogue whole and retail. BUGEDB J. BIDS. Real Estate an Insurance Buy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rents. The 'old fire and time tried companys repre sented. Rates as low as any reliable company can afford. Your Patronage is Solicited. . Office 1820, Second A v. Harper Iloue Block. Ttfatj-First Street AMitica Fine Residence Lots in this addition For Sale on Easy Terms. This addition is located be tween Twentieth and Twenty-second streets and Tenth and Twelfth avenues, and nearly every lot in it has upon it a fine walnnt, elm, hackberry, or other large tree, nnd is already provid ed Wath abundant shade. These lots are in the very best part of the city, and the most desirable for resi dence purpose of any lots in the city. Apply to M. H. STURGEON, Attorney. Soon 21, litchH A Lynda Slod- vux r-sEi van yi:::c:j. s'-aat. iDf. sriaar f acta puwrrfo 1 1 j and ask-feiy. Cares wnea a ethers fall, yosiaw assej rt sain Inst ajeehuod: old 1pstssjL i. Bjiavaeiy Is1 tth art, FbIIIsb Me' smdsVI rrrta f mri awtasi aea,'Vir n tucrrrina. Wards of tnaanny sad ennsnmptkm. tksMdraasist lmpmavAicthlFeahatitats on yon bsrmo.ltrlela a sreater prttOL lneieton hav b KKrCBl-a) KfcviS)BU or SSd forll. Caa he earned ta vest anetet. Prepaid plan wrap, fer. St par boa. or tor avS. witu tlrsiBinj J rtltea SaaraMn tat C cm BT i rat S sast old by HarU A UnetDejrr aad T. H. Thomas. FET.FECT CiLCCSO! How attained bow re ptoretl how ptveerved, ttrdinary wnrks oa Phy ioSofry will nit tell you ; the. doctor rant or won't: bnt all the same yoa wish to know. Your SEXUAL P0VEI8 I ara the Kevto Ufa and I its rrnrod action. Oar book lays bare the trxrth. Every naa vAaj vronld rrv2ainsaaatvarsvABsf ttigtofeWj, s oraevTjtopunilatt weal aa Basreor wasatq by diaeaea. shoald writ for oar sea if d hook. -rrfert Maalanoa. Ke charge. Adareas oa C!ECEC!:UC3Crffil3B.T. is sMsssnvty essjstv--ms. A-saa VttsJIty. Issssoak SsjsB Psser, sast j. Waatlat lilt 47 ZIB.avm LEFT IT IN A SNARL. The Question of the Senator ship from Delaware. COSIEST IS TEE HATIONAL SENATE The) State Legislators Harms; A dj served WftbMt aa Ccsjaestleavd Elect ! Ad dick a tbe Beat Victor strpabtlcaas Claim That Dwpoet aaeeeiwel the Keen sary Tuts aad Declare Utaa Senator Statu, of the Case. Dover, DeL, May 10. The general as sembly of Delaware adjourned sine die at 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon without choosing a successor toex-Scnator Big gins, although the Republicans claim that their leading candidate, Colonel Henry A. Dupout, was legally elected. The matter will probably be taken to the United Stites senate for a decision. The Si 1th ballot since the deadlock began four months ago, and the last of the session, was taken a few minutes before 8 o'clock. It resulted: Henry A. Dupont, Rep., 15; J. Edward Addicts, Rap., 4; Edward Ridge ley, Dem., V; Tunnel, Deal., L Daring the lay the Democrats filibustered with the object of preventing balloting, nd when the state house clock rang out the hour of three and sounded the death knell of the legislative session of 1835 the clerk was in the midst of a roll call oa a di latory motion made by a Democrat. Formal Oeelaratioa ml Dapont. As soon as Governor Watson (Dum.) who by reason of the fact that he was fpeaker of the senate before his elevation Ij the gubernatorial choir upon the death of Governor Marvil presided over the joint session, announced the sine die ad journment Speaker of the House McMul lin (Rep) arose and formally declared Henry A. Dupont elected United States senator. This action had previously been agreed upon by the Republican leaders. The Delaware legislature Is composed of twenty-one representatives and nine sen ators, sixteen being a majority on joint ballot. The Republicans claim that when Watson, by virtue of his position as speaker of the sennte, succeeded to the governorship upon the death ol bovernor Marvil one month ago, the number of senators was reduced to eight, and there fore there were only twenty-nine on joint ballot, and that fifteen votes constituted a majority. Democrats Take Another view. On the other hand the Democrats and Governor Watson claim that the law dis tinctly declares that the "speaker of the senate" shall become governor. There fore if Watson withdraws from the senate he ceases to be "speaker of the senate," and consequently loses the governorship. The senatorial question is likely to oc cupy a large amount of publio attention for months to come. Whether the gov ernor has a right to appoint is a disputed question. If he has, the appointment will be only until the next legislature, which meets In January, 19H6, nnless sooner called together by the governor. This latter contingency is not probable, how ever. Addleks Makes Hie Threat Good. J. Edward Addicks has made good his threat, uttered at the very beginning of the contest, to prevent the election of a Republican senator from Delawae II he could not secure the prize lor himself. Colonel Henry A. Dupont, who will make the contest for the senatorship, is a mem ber of the famous Dupont family who have been manufacturers of powder and other explosives in Wilmington, his state, for over a century. He is a son of the late General Henry Dupont, and was born at Brandy wine Banks in 1830. He attended the University of Pennsylvania, and was subsequently appointed to the United States military academy at West Point, graduating in 1B6L He entered the Fifth United States artillery and served through the civil war. VIEW Or A SILVER EESATOB. Act of IS7S Declared aSaap JadgnaeaV aad a Parliamentary Trash. Cakrolltos, Miss., May 10. In an in terview on the money question Senator James Z George said: "The present exhi bition of a sentiment in favor free of coin age is rather a disclosure than a growth. The Amerioan people have never been satisfied with the act demonetising silver in 1S73. That act was a snap judgment taken against them by a furtive and disingenuous parliamentary trick. The senator then quoted the national Democratic platforms of 1384, 1888 and I(fl2 favoring the "gold and silver money of the constitution." Continuing he said "The language was plain and unequiv ocal nor was it understood to mean. afterward was claimed by the gold mono- metailists, that we should not have free coinago of silver except by International agreement. 1 hat such argument Is now made a condition of the free coinage of silver is plainly a discrimination against silver. The Republican national conven tions of 18 and 189i declared In equal ly emphatic term for the free coinage of silver, as did te Populist convention of 1893. It will thus be seen that in every possible way the American people have from 1677 to the present time declared for rcmonetis ttton. I "The leaders of the Republican party are generally astute enough to sae the drift of public sentiment and generally are wise enough to yield to It. I think they will not declare tor gold monometal lism or, which is the same thing, against the coinage of silver, unless by interna tional agreement. I think it doubtful whether they will make any declaration either way in unequivocal terms. 1 be lieve the Democratic national convention will be forced by the predominant senti ment of the party to declare squarely and without equivocation or evasion for In dependent free coinage by the United States without the co-operation of other nations." Besalvsd far Free Mlm aad Kleka, TrscoLA, Ills., May 10. The Douglas county Democratic delegates to the silver eoaveation met at the court house In Tuscola. Only forty of the sixty dele gates were present. The convention passed resolutions In favor of both money ' snetals and free coinage of silver at a ratio of lo to 1. he convention i favored the kicking out of the party of ell Hemot iate not in harmony with the reaoluUons. The delegates were princi- pally young men. H CsaaanKtaa Taat I Laco-s, Ilia.. May 10 The Marshall county Democratic central committee met and named May 81 as the day to hold the county convention to appoint dele- irates to the silver meeting at Springfield. Opinions or committee uien diner oa the question. Chairman Statelcr is alfl-to-1 Silverman. ' WHY THURSTON WENT HOME. Facts Cease Oat by Way ef Hoatolnla, Sah Fbakciico, May 10. -The steamer Mariposa has arrived with Hawaiian ad vices to May 8 which explain the diffi culty between Graaham aad Minister Thurston, 6f Hawaii, which resulted in the tatter's departure from Washington. The facts have been hinted at in Wash Ington correspondence, but the "official facts bad to come from Honolulu. And the story reveals a strange case of postal delay by which the Gtesham letter de manding the recall of Thurston went j irom wis city ail tne way to nong jung aad then back to Honolulu. The ground of objection to Thurston is confined to a single transaction, and the offense aliened Is that Thurston at the legation, showed to reporters private ! letter to himself from Honolulu. The particular letter that gave such offense to the secretary of state intimated in strong terms that Cleveland and Gresh- am were largely responsible for the Janu ary uprising in Hawaii. Gresham spoke to the Hawaiiain minister about the mat ter. Thurston said that be regretted It very much, that in the hurry of handling his big mail be had shown this letter with . others without any special intent. In short, be apologised. Secretary Gresham thereupon asked that the apol ogy be submitted in writing. Thurston declined to do this. Gresham's letter is dated Feb. 81 last, and In strong Ian gnage stated that Thurston: Is no longer personally acceptable to the administra tion at Washington as Hawaiian minis ter. It is definitely settled that Thurs ton will not return to Washington. He has resigned the office, bis resignation to take effect when his successor has been appointed. DIED LIKE JESSE JAMES. Betrayed by Tbalr Friends, Two Thaga Are Id ordered While Bleeping. Guthrie, O. T May JO. Newoomb, alias "Bitter Creek," and Pierce, alias "Dynamite Dick," leaders of the desper ate Dalton-Doolln gang of outlaws, who Were killed last week, were betrayed by supposed friends entrapped into the let ters borne and murdered while they slept, The killing, according to a story of neighbors brought In from lngalls, was done by the Dunns, who had been prom ised large rewards by the deputies who claimed later to have made the capture of the famous outlawa. The latters' friends have sworn vengeance, and the Dunn family are arming to protect themselves. See ass to Point tm a Gambler. PlTTSBCBG.May 10. Pittsburg gamblers are feeling uncanny over a discovery made at the morgue. It was found that Isaao W. Jope, clerk at the Fifth Avenue hotel, who was murdered on Monday, carried on his person a Columbian half dollar which he hod received from a gambler. The coin had broken almost every gambler in Pittsburg, including the proprietor of a faro bank, who was forced to shut up shop. The half-dollar was known as a hoodoo, and the green cloth fraternity re garded It -with terror. Jope's pockets were ransacked by the murderer, but he did not take the Columbian . half -dollar. It was the only piece of money found on the murdered man. Dolaga of Illiaols Soloaa. Springfield, May 10. The senate de feated a resolution ordering Frank H. Cooper incarcerated In the jail here until he agrees to reply to questions as to the business of Selgel, Cooper & Co., of Chi cago. The bill regulating child labor was referred to the appropriations com mittee. The Littler bill to repeal the trust law was defeated, but reconsidera tion moved. The bill providing that counties shall pay for treatment of habit ual indigent drunkards passed. The house adopted the resolution to submit to the people a constitutional amendment so that three proposed amendments can be submitted at the same time. The revenue bill was discussed. Strikers Beat a Mam Who War ha. St. Louis, May 10. Fifty non-union bod carriers have been put to work here. The bosses are more determined than ever that they will not grant the demanded in crease of wages. Several colored strikers boarded a Grand Avenue car at Lafayette avenue and beat an unknown white hod carrier and jumped off while the car was in motion. Strikers entered the house of Jacob Fisher, a non-union man, and beat his face into a jelly because he persisted in working. Bo the ra Baptist ConvenMoav Washimotox, May 10. The Southern Baptist convention, the largest delegated ecclesiastical body in the world, met here this morning. An important feature of the convention Is expected to be the dis cussion of a plan for the reduction of the representation. If the membership Is duced this will probably lead to a proposal lor a reunion or the northern and south ern churches. The split, which occurred In 1845, grew out of the anti-slavery agi tation. Cabas Revolt oa Its Last Log. Washington, May 10. Official informa tion reaching here indicates that the Spanish authorities no longer regard the Cuban uprising as a serious affair. It is not considered that the trouble is actual ly closed and the rebellion formally end ed, but the authorities are satisfied that the revolt has ceased to have the menac ing aspect of a few weeks ago. The rebel armies have been reduced to a few scat tering bands who are now hiding., Faltaa Gsista (Ones Free. LocisviLLX, May la In the ease of Fulton Gordon, charged with the murder of his wife and Archie Brown, arguments were made by all the lawyers on both sides, the pioseention claiming that the crime was deliberate m order. At the conclusion of the argument the prisoner was discharged, a free man. WastR-sotos, May 10. West Point ca det appointments have been made as fol lows: Frank E. Davis, Fort Wsyne, Ind, Twelfth district, with George E. Hughes, of LaGrange, as alternate. Howell Begle, of Detroit, Mien., First district, with Norman Wagstalt, of Detroit, alternate. Mabshfikld. May la Hrnry Miller, employed in the Hat te berg veneer factory, was sunstrnck. The thermometer regis tered 96 degrees in the shade. THE MARKETS, Xew fork rtaaaHal, Kaw York. May B Money oa roll easy at Us per cant. Prime mercantile pa r T.i H per cent. Ster ling exchange weak and lower with actual b nauseas la bankers' bills at fSI OtrStt. for demand and o?tS7!4 for sixty days: posted rates tfiiAaS'M aod 4JtU); commercial bills 4811. SUrer cartincates SMiVRH; no tales; bar silver, CAM. liextcaa dollars 5t. United Statee government bonds strong: new 4s re.. US): do coupons. L2V4; s's rag.. U&M; as coupons nominal: 's rag., U2tt; 4's coupons, 112,; ra rog, 7; Pacino S's of V luu. Carnage Grata aad Prsdase. Chicaoo. Hay S. Following were the quotations on tbe Board of Trade today: Wheat Hay, opened S2vC eioatd IKTc; Jaly, opened SoHo, closed 64c; September, opened S$c cloved 84c. Corn Hsy, c-penedatso. closed SUMc; July, opened Slfcic closed Slc; September, opened 51bc ckje-dMc- 0te Hay. opened 213sc closed fSV; June, opened Ste, closed "4c; Jaly. opened -8c closed ac. Pork Hay, fil.SV, closed li(OH: Jaly. opened Slim, closed SU.17H. Lard -May. opened closed 6.f8)t Produce: Batter Creamery, 1616(ic per lb: extra dairy, l&c; fresh packing stock, SQTc. EggsS'reah stock, toe off, UVsislSc per dosen. tdve poultry Chickens. So par lb; turkeys, 7jUc; docks. Bic, geese, g.0ua 6.UU per dosen. Potatoes Burbaaka, fair to choice, o358c per bushel: Hebrona. S0i3S3c: Peerless. tSSoOe; mixed, taJS'iOa. . Applee Fair to choice, SialldLaJ per bbL Honey White clover, 1-lb sections, new stock, 1& Qltc: broken comb. li$12c; dark eornh, poor packages, Sc; strained California, Soc, ChloBge Idveatoek. Chicago. Hay a Live Stock Prices at the Union Stuck yards to Jay ranged as follows: Hogs Esti mated receipts fur the day SUM): sales ranged at SJ.tUt4-4i pigs. vt.aj44.Su light, 8i.aiat,il rough packiug. tl.l)4.7tl mixed, and SliiaV 4.81) heavy packing and shipping lota. Cattle Estimated receipts for the day S.0UU; quotations ranged at 83-SAo.l choice to extra shipping ateera. a.Lij.to good to choice do, at.tWi'OM fair to good, till au.!J common to me.lium do, $l.l l.40 butchers steers. S-.5UWI.7u stackers. Sx7o4 J4 feeders, gl.;5i3.aU cows. SU.3Uiitt.tM heifers, f 2.OJtSt.4U bulla, iia Texatatows, aui 42.Uu4i.7i real calves. Sheep Estimated receipts for the day liuu,': sales ranged at SS.uJai.4i westerns. Il.tlr33.7u Texas, CUlJd4.SJ natives, an I $i '4 9o.7U lambs. The Local Markets. anAix, BTT. Wheat Hie Cum mw, 4GAI8C Oata-3c- Hst "nmothv. BinaiiS- npianf Sllrxt-.x: vma.giuoii;siooga osiea, WW ratrrr aid vbobtaslkb. Potatoes olk&Mc. Onions c pu on. raoDTTua. Batter Fair to choice, 15;: fresh cream err 18-. eggs Fresh, lie Poultry Chlckena, Tc;tnrkeys, Sc uva OTOOK. Cattle Butchers rev for corn fed eteers ast cows ana acinus, calves ttOgS-f"J4HC Bheep atfc Spring lamb. IMtSl heal. mBL. Coal -Soft. 10c Wood $3.50 per cord. WOOL. Wool 13c per pound. Bahy was stc-k, we gave her Castorta. she was a Child, she criod for Caatcrla. she became Mlsa, she ctang to Casturta. she had Cbudran, she gave taemCaBterla. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla Here Is a Chance CUT OUT THIS ADVER TISEMENT AND RETURN TO US WITH FIVE CENTS AND RECEIVE A BOOK CONTAINING FROM EIGHT TO FIFTEEN PIECES OF CLASSIC MUSIC, BOTH VO CAL AND INSTRUMENTAL. Woodyatt Husic House 1717 SECOND AVE, N- B. Or send us four two cent stamps and we will mail the book to Ton. TMM Eft ,1 MIS Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Rooms, on the first floor of tbe Harper House. - ROOMS OPEN. For Ladies From t a. m. to 12 m. on week days For Gen tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m. on week days On Sundays the rooms will be open from 7 a. m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time during business hours. Gymnasium connected with bath rooms B WINTER. Wines cad Iiqcors. 11 and lilt Third Are- f 2 for Infants nOTHERC- Do J BBteeaaaa Drops, Godfreys Cordial, assay ao-called Honthiag Bymps, and most retnediea for chBdran are i isssinsiii of opium or morpmnef Pa Tew Knew thstorsBaBdsaorTAawat fiaTs. that m moot wtthout labeling them poisons f Pa Tow Kmew that yoa Should not Haas Jim nrrmn-phjTTirim rraTsrof Baal ItlsrnmrnsrilT Ho Taw Kowthat Castorla Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a Bat of Ma ingredieota is raibliahed with every bottle f Pe Tew Kbiqw that Castorla Is the w-eecrlrJtion of tbe famous t)r. Eamnel PHcher. That it has been in ase for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than ef all other remedies for children exxnbined t "Dm Tow Katow that the Patent Offlee DepaiUiiaat ef the United Statea, and ef other countries, hare issued exdoatve right to " Caxrteria,, and its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison offense t Pe Tow Kaerwthtf one of tJreaom for grant because Castoria had been proven to be ahaelntaly hanaleasT Pe Tew Know that 36 avwrmge doses of Castoria are furnhnjed for S& jents, or one cent a doee f Pa Tew Kwewthat when r)oaaaeetid of thla perfect rvtaratiop. your duMrea may be kept well, and that y.Vi may have unbroken rest f Well, tboae things are worth knowing. They are facta. The fao-ajanUe sirautsn-e ef Children Cry for FREE! - For Seven Days Only - May VSt3, l All who visit the Eminent Physicians on May 11, 12, 13, 14. 15, 16 and 17th will receive all medical services and surgical treatment FREE until cured. THE CELEBRATED INTERNATIONAL DOCTORS. 1 he object of the FREE SERVICE Is to become qolrhly arqtalolcd with the sick, also to dem onstrate the eiierior excellence cf their methods of treating all dlf-eaeee of a chronic and tons etaed ing aatnre. 1 he doctors ft el assnred that the gratefol endorsement of the many they relieve and care will give tbrm, during their future visits an exteaded pract ce that will amply repay for tha) great outlay of time and money. Altbont h Ibey treat all dtsearrs of a chronic, long tandlng,ob renre or difficult nature and enre many so-called inecrable discares, they wish it tboronehly under stood that, if afters thorough examination, yoor case ia found lo be lacarable, we frankly tell job to and reserve tne right to rtjoct such coses. ALL DISEASES AND DEFORMITIES CURED. CATARRH CURED Consumption In the Incipient atagev Bronchitis, Asthma, Rheumatism, a dtseascsof the nose, throat, long, stomach, liver and kidneys, scrofula sores, nlcers and all chtonl biuod troo'ile: erzema, ploriariis. pimples, blotches end all skis trouble treated sad cured. NBRVOl'H DISEASES Epilepsy poritrrely sad i erajanently cared. Mervoos debility from any cause, hysteria, neorathenia, cholera, St. Vitas' dance, elc cured by the London specISc treat- ' ment. DISEASES OF WOviEJI We examine all ltd let withont exposure, and trrat all diseases pern liar to their sex withont tbe nse of rings, pessaries, supporters, etc , by new and parolees methods. YOUNG If EN, MIDDLE AGED, WEAK, DISEASED, DESPONDENT MEN Suffering from premature decay, exhausted or enfeebled powers, any and all diseaeea arising from habits of youth, ea-ly vices, iud iterations or excess all diseases caasing drains, loasee, weak or tall ing memory, Mntchcs, pimples. Impure blood, falling of hair. eU- should visit tbem st once by their Anglo'Uorman methods and remedies they guarantee each sufferer immediate relief and a per fect cure. , Cancers enred withont the kn'fe no pain no matter how many physicians have failed to cure jou, call on u-, it will oost yon nothing and yoa OFFICE AT HARPER Honrs - V a. m. to 8 p. m. Main omoes. 158 P. 8. These physicians will return every SO Chicago Medical InstituK I'emancntlj located in Davenport, Iowa, for the cure of chronic, nervous, surgical, private and female diseases. Formerly Clinical Protestor la two of Chicago's leading akidical colleges. Oonsultation Free. FtOaTT A raVfAjriK CVIEI. CATARRH, Bronchitis, Asthma, early conamp'Wo. Rheumatism, Nenralgla, Dysnepa, hcrcf ala. Syphilis and all blood, Hver and kidaey diseases. v - LADIES All diseases peculiar to their sex cared by the ls'eet painless aaethoo. ELECTRICITF scientifically ap plied, aetvoas debility, loss manhood, exhaastive dm'Bs, Bight lotm s. defeetlve mestorv. threat are lataalty. lass ef will power, avealal aclasis, aleepkrsraesa, etc. RUPTURE. Piles. Fistula, Hydro cele and Varicocele cared bypbe latest and bmmI taccesafal awtbods. DONT submit to a surgical opera tion withont cc-osaltieg as Bemembrr oar l--r. hospital ex per race caables as to tare a life where others fall. - SURGICAL operations performed at year hoars whoa Iselirl. Absawthsat aad srala aargary a spsc laity. Baat of refercaeea aad uiiiBtlahj. If yaa caa Be can. wrlta. Ilsasssat uaits ay Bsssl. ttssjit seacai wmnmm, Straeta. . 1 aJi BOUBS: ta IS a, av, to p. av, t Is S p. at, .a, .,. I 1 , and Chili-ten. V6u Know -t ara aot parmittad to sell aarooUca permit any i to be gtraa your chud Dr. Pitcher and hie i ta e ervary appar. Pitcher's Cestorla may proSt by It. HOUSE, ROCK ISLAND. West Fourteenth street. Few York. days for one year. DR. WALSH, Specialist Late of Chicago, formerly surgeon-, ia-chief of bt. Anthony' hospi tal, has permanently located - in Davenport, Iowa. DR. WALSH makes a specialty of diseases of the stxosl organs of both sexes aad guarantees lo core every case be undertakes. WOMEN suffering from diseases of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys, aervoas exhsastioa palpitation of at heart, dyapepata. or anv diseases pernrlsr to I In sex. thoald call oa the arret sfecieliatand f et aa opiaioB oa bar ; cass free ef charge. ; DR. WALSH positively cures ner vosa debility, gleet, piles, stricture, varicocele, seatiaai, Incoatlatiice, tneratatorrhea, ibcbbuv tlssa. .... If your case Is a snrglral one and demands aa operation, consult Dr. Walth and (tt the pruQl of bat vast hospilal experieoce. SYPHILIS and all blood and skin diseases cated by Dr.Beblas ('if Y'teana) me, hod. CONSULTATION FREF, OFFICE ( 124 xiizi TnmD srniTiT.- , SeQBIsaga DATXHrOBT Is tt,. Staa.se4 ' flea . FREE