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THE A1TGTJ0, T7BD25nSODAT, iSrOVEHBER 27.
w ISSUE IS JOINED. Cold Resolution in the Trans Mississippi Congress . lot 4. IN QAKES FOR GENERAL BLAGKINS APPLIED AND POUSHEO WITH A BRUSH OFFERED BY AH OMAHA DELEGATE. SUM PASTS FOR A QUICK AFTER-OWNER SlflNC APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH Mar. Bros. Propi&ntoa.Nas&,USA. Soll by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale (irocer. Ruck Inland THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. fM10AOO, BltOm ISLAnO PACIFIC - lU'hnf- Tie at, rn ha perchaaad or hag rmfC eberktd at I a r Twvnttati. street depot nt C n I t r tape eonxi ntta mni rttrtrsTat atrae wrank H. flwit. Dcr Ual's AOae n Worth. Dearer IIC. Mtso!t Omaha A Da Mm lomea. A el tinea poll, Oman Dr- via. Cm . lOmaha wtnaeaMeikl as. 1 .. A St. rant Blnaaopol . .?, rv warm, a tKaaaa 1t a at. I. iHot laland a Waeuturtoi. Btvaro a d. aotae ork lludHart teenm Rock I.teDdABroukiya ae- tAHt. to. T S3 an. Trt a lt:1a t:Men S:nan 4: to mm ,-nr, aa 11 43 pa a-jkt I Wtn 4 3&a .iuam t:iiua rtu Hn l:a aasir :aa p 1 1 4i;ia.it T:i.a 7:npa TIM am a la pal 1 40 am Icnab the Challeng of Got. States the "Sound Money" Poettlon WHa ext Aaablguity Senator Hllt'a lie bat aa tka Lactam Platform Am Address Cea talalaa Mach Politics Official Coaat a Iba Lta Saw Jersey Election. Omaha, Nov. 87. The annual election of officer of tho Trana- Mississippi Com mercial congress was the first order of business when the convention convened yesterday, but the work in this direction was slow. Preliminary to taking up the regular programme R. W. Richardson, of Omaha, introduced .declaration dlam trie- ally opposed to the free silver resolution previously offered by ex -Governor Prince. It was: "Tho Trans-Mississippi Com mercial congress at its eighth annual session' respectfully represents to the congress of the United States: . Recogniz ing the wisdom of the great commercial WRECK OF THE OVERLAND .FLYER. Twa Ilea Killed and awi Iajwrwd tmThat Vmw Moaico lama) Vp. Albcqxebqce, Nor. 27. Two man were killed and seven- others injured by the bead-end collision near Shoemaker. Fast freight So. 13, west-bound, and the east bound overland flier collided in a canon near Shoemaker and the mall, baggage, dining and chair cars were turned bottom aide np in the river, iso far as known none of the passengers was seriously in jured. The dead aro H. U. Russell, mail clerk, and F. D. Pitney, mail clerk, both of La Junta, Colo. ' Following are the injured: ' Robb, con ductor of the freight train, badly scalded, will die; Druery, conductor of the passen ger train, ankle broken; Bourne, engineer, arm broken and badly cut, will recover; Brown, porter, seriously injured, may die; news agent, name unknown, not expected to live; two passengers, slightly injured. Both trains were running at a high rate of speed when they met, as the freight was trying to make Shoemaker on the time of the overland. Las Vegas, N. M., Nov. 27 F. O. Tur ner, an invalid returning from Fresno, CaL, to Wapello, Ills, died on the train here. He was on the ill-fated train in the collision at Shoemaker, and was brought back here. J. M. Robb, conductor of one nation, of the world In declaring that th, J " '-. Arrival, t AHAtberadali Dataware. tIliT.ei!epnadr was BrKUWOToa UTbV c.. a. a q aAlLr nj Depot niat avoasa aad Matao.ta straw, M. i. Toons. Meat. TK4IWS. taava- aar St. Uaw I. Unalr lli'aa. .... .. rt.P."l Kxprax. InnM ai. Paaaaay ' ... Unhaqse St rltng Fiat., htatilua PaaonKcr MM IV .0 pas rrn aa t :40pm B:45pn . alU. tDallj xcp nadT. raiOAOO. MILWACVKS a ST. PAIL Pairaar Rada. a aaathwaatsra DItWok Dapnt TwoaMeth stfeat, satw no. rint awt aoml .vaasaa, L B. Ureor. Afeol t A,NS Mail ad Sli-fea... . ..... H. Paal ipraa..... fralght and Acrnmmodat'n.l Laava f10 am1 t aim Mi paai UUSJaa. 00 .a1 T:lpir Dally aicapf Buaday. IlLAVD a PtOKIA RAILWAY Pint Ataaaa aad Twaatlatfe atrael K. U UosT, Sfeat. ocn THAlMa. Laava UatcraEz "Tho Trllb?". , I Warn Protia. ntioula Mall . tiOSaai Kiura. l:5i fa rla Acrnm. rraliht T:inpa Cable Accmaaio.atiua i SMOaav Cbi toraoiaMidan.a...... :40am t'aTa Arrrnnavidallna ..lift pm Aaaiva a:a 11:16 am 2n ar. tt-.mt p. S:l pa IN TIMES OF PEACE Prepare - for war; in business hours or when you will select and have made your dress suit, whether it bo for evening wear or for orriioary occasions. We guarantee material, style and Gt. -We arc making a suit to order for $50. It's worth more. H0PPE The Tailor. LATEST NOVKLTIK8 IN DICE UEW FAIL GOODS Faateaffrr train, lean C. R. I a P. (JlnHm avtnoel ilrpnt It. (Si bI.qU. arller tbaa tlaw etvan. Traina aarkad dally, all other train aauj oscapt a.haay. DVKLIHOTOII, CBDAB v Nortaer. I allway. at root, IfaTeapert.. iaa. raaa. Afaai. Rapids lot of Brad! tree Tkt Dainpuii Tralae, rraluat. aor..........M. n4 :38 pailblO St mm. Mm b M M i PaMMaaet. Its Ptatatt.... Lo'V I Aaarra tNnnb. u M0:ni aetiMT KTnar iSroVprn 1 M 10 a aid JO pa a Hiiy aplav aad Wat U bait J. tMetn nntitk uiaiiy escept .Da.v. ttloiBf itk d oaei. o IS raaa hat' virh. NEW QAM BB SBBSJ AT PASSENGER SERVICE To the East via the R. I. & P. E. F. DORJT, The New Merchant Tailor 1822 SECOND AVE Harper Hons. Block L Rne. lalaad 46aa SOOaa 140 pa C K I a r Depot LKnck'UBd dtTam I OS am IdSpa Tweatirla at Datot ArPeurla TarllSaa STOpa Ar aiimnilnaaa....... tiTam IHta SsSpa Ar Imlmnatolls tSOpm SlOpa Ssftaa Ar iMlavillo. ....... Tnsa T Si am Ar t'lncinaaii. S 15 pea SOS pa 7'm Ar DajrUm. snOpmlOSVpa 111 am Ar Cnluaibua. SUpail3M.m 7SUam Ar Jack-ouTille....... 10 an am Sttpn Ar CprinalUld. In M am SIOpvi S40pa ArSiLoala SMpm SMtam ArMncola taBam asspm rPcaiur 1110am S4Siia Arwtttorm. 110 pm ISOftpa ArRvaaavUla 40pi Warn Ar Deeata' SOS pa S4Spa ArTVrre Maote 7 no ,m THROUGH CARSERVICE ROCB ISLAXD TO ST. LOC19. Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00 a. m. carries through roach to St. Louis, patslnjj through Hav- uis, passioe through Pekin, ana. SpringBeld and Litchfield. Lines east of Peoria carry through coaches and sleeping cars oa night trains to principle cities. R. STOCKHOUSE, Gn. Ticket Agent. Tventy-First Street Addition 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 ia it has upon it a fine walnut, elm, - hackberry, or other large tree, and is already provid ed with 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. M. STURGEON, Attorney. Boom 21, latohall k Lynie Sloo gold supply is nil-sufficient and requlsite- ly stable for tho measure' and standard of value, we demand the maintenance of tne present gold standard as a basis stf our circulation until such time as the leading commercial nations of the world shall, in the course of natural events, or by inter national agreement or otherwise, unite on a ratio. ' Statcsnente of Silver Mea Dealed. "We desire tho largest use of silver in tho coinage cousutent with the recognized standard of value. Wo deny the state menu and declarations of free silver ad vocates that tho law of 1873, dropping sil ver from the coinage, was surreptitious legislation; that such legislation influ-1 need tho price of wheat or any other com-! modity; that it is responsible for the present financial depression, or the thous and ills so prolific in the imagination of the average free silver enthusiast. We are opposed to the free and unlimited coin age of silver by- this government inde pendently of international agreement, be cause we believe the result of such action would mean silver monometallism, thus dropping our nation from her class with the lending commercial nations of the world." Deirea Beclproclty Re-Enaeted A resolution by M. V. W. Hull, of Mis souri, called on congress to re-enact the reciprocity clause of the McKinley bill, which was nullified by the Gorman bill. The Nicaraguan canal question was dis cussed by Hugh Craig, of San Francisco, who represents the chamber of commerce of that city. Captain W. I Merry, who was to speak on this matter, was unable to be present. The remainder ol the ses sion was devoted to addresses on "Freight Rates and Discrimination" by James V. Mahoney, of Sioux City, and Captain Ixn Bryson, of Davenport, la. The evening programme included a lecture by Hugh Craig on "Hawaii." Craig is considered one of tho best Informed, men on this sub ject. 8KNATOB niU. AND "LIBERTY." Elaboration ef Hia Noted Speech Defining Why lie Iff a rtemocrat. MILWAUKEE, Xov. 87. Senator Hill was greeted by an audience of about 400 peo ple at his first appearance as a public lec turer in this city last night. The price of admission to the theater was too highland that is given as an explanation of the rather small attendance. The audience consisted of old timo Democrats, who had entertained Senator Hill during the day. The lecture was on the subject of "Lib erty," its underlying idea being that the safest kind of liberty and government was that which did not interfere with indi vidual liberty and did not attempt to leg islate in matters of personal customs and habits. It was an elaboration of a former speech of his delivered in New York, explaining why ho was a Democrat, and why every true lover of liberty ought, in his opinion, to bo a Democrat. He spoke at length of the Monroe doctrine, of which he showed himself to be a strung adherent, and pro claimed his sympathy with the Cubans in their present struggle for Independence. Ho denounced tho adoration of titles which ho said was growing in certain quarters in America, and regretted the sending of Americans So foreign courts who were "full of toadyism for decaying monarchy and almost ashamed of their American citizenship." True Americanism, as Senator Hill tin ders lands it, was defined in a lecture that occupied nearly an hour and a half. Sen ator Hill was the guest of the Jefferson club after the lecture. He was entertained at dinner by prominent Democrats at the leading club of this city, and was given an informal reception ay the local press club. At midnight he left for Minneapo lis. hospital at J an Vesas. scalded and death resulted from this cause and the inhaltlon of steam. MOB WASN'T SO VERY THIRSTY. Didn't Want Blood fla Mach Whoa It Blight Have Been Its Own. Abbeville, S. C, Nov. 27. An unsuc cessful attempt was mado by a mob of thirty or forty men to lynch the prisoners now in jail here charged with the murder of Narcissa Bagwell, a young whito wom an whose body was almost cremated in the building burned near Hadgas last week. But for the coolness and discretion of I Jailer Nance and his father, the sheriff, the murderers would have been hanging to trees before- sunrise this morning. The mob came to the jail and aroused the jail er, saying they had a prisoner under com mitment. ' The jailer, suspecting all was not well, immediately left the jail through the back door and notified tho sheriff, who sum moned tho Abbeville Rifles who promptly responded. The tread of the soldiers and the voice of Sheriff Nance were too much for the boys who were thirsting for blood, and they quietly went away. A WOMAN Who does sot want her washing done in the shortest time and neat- -est way is hard to find. Those who uso Aim-WmB0ASO SOAP (let the best results, be cause it is made from such materials that it rannot injure the must delicate fabric and will save time aad la bur. SJAS BX2ZGTXSS3, Follow them and yon will find that yon have struck a good thing. C2SAT XZ X3JLKS TAB SOAP Softens the skin, heals chapped hands and re moves gresse, paint, etc . wVornoctt Cl Ralston 80Bp afcataaa-mtoet lalaad, 8 s- I si I j Bradley Cannot Be a Candidate. Lkxis;Tos, Ky., Nov. 27. Kentucky Republicans will be greatly disappointed when they learn that Govarnor-Kleot Bradley cannot accept the nomination for vice president next year without endan gering the interests of his party in this state to an unexpected degree. The new constitution make, it necessary for a new election for governor to be held should he resign before serving two years. At the end of two years, should he resign, the lieutenant governor could act as governor. As the Republican party In Kentucky can not afford to make another contest for governor next year. Colonel Bradley will be obliged to decline the vice presidential nomination, no matter how earnestly the convention desires him to accept. Brpabliran Finality la Jersey. TREXTot. Nov. i-7. The state board of canvassers recently appointed by Governor FRIGHTFUL DISASTER IN SPAIN, Seventy Corpora Recovered from the Kolas of a Cartridge Factory. Madrid, Nov. 27. It is officially an nounced that seventy corpses have been recovered from tho ruins at Palina and that out of tho twenty-four injured per sons taken to the hospital the majority is expected to die as a result of injuries. The queen regent has sent 10,000 pesetas to be distributed among the families of the victims of the disaster. The ruins are thore of a cartridge factory which blew up Monday, the explosion, it is believed, hav ing been caused by a discharged workman. Th. Cramp. Making Investigation. TacomA,Nov. 27. Cramp & Co.,the Phil adelphia shipbuilding firm, Is engaged in securing data regarding all the steamship lines plying between tho United States and foreign countries, and has sent an agent here for information regarding the steamship lines radiating from Pugct sound. The company Intends to present to origress reliable information concern ing what a great hold England and other foreign nations have upon the carrying trade of this country, tho object being to secure the passage of more favorable ship ping laws which shall make American shipbuilding more advantageous and profitable. One Killed, One Fatally Hart. New Yokk, Nov. 27. Ono man was instantly killed, one fatally injured and several others hurt more or less by the explosion of a steamplpe in tho engine room of Oscar Hammersteln s new theatre and music hall. The man killed was Jo seph W. Wyants, tho engineer; the man who war fatally injured is Andrew Hug gins, also an engineer. Seven others wero injured for the most part by the scalding steam or by the shock; none, however, was so badly hurt as to necessitate his being sent to a hospital. The damage to the theatre building is small. More Than They Bargained For; Port Jekvis, N. Y., Nov. 27. The town of Stillwater, Sussex county, offered a re ward of 10 cents a scalp for ground hogs, skunks and weasels. The township com mittee met to settle the bounty claims. One man had a wagon full, another had scalps in a wheelbarrow, and a bicyclist had nearly SI 13 strung to hi. wheel. 1 he committee counted 10.IOJ scalps and nlaoed them in corn cribs to await further arrivals this week. They will cut down the reward one-half and pay in due bills. which cannot be cashed until the fall taxes are collected. ' Will Investigate Snpt. ghanaa. IsdiasapolK Nov. 27. The directors of the Childs-Drexel borne for union printers decided after the evidence before them had been carefully considered, to send a committee to Colorado Springs to investigate the charges that have. been n referred against Superintendent Shu- man, of the home The committee started to Colorado1 Springs" yesterday afternoon. THE MARKETS, Kew Torn rinannial. Naw Yorx. Nov. Honey on call nominally l' J per cent.; prime mercantile paper. 9 per eras.; eternnc exchange steady, with actual bnai ness in baoken Mils :at W (a) for de mand, and ItG'iUBm fir sixty days: pastel rates. commercial bills. Silver certificates, STS'so: sales; bar silver, 073. - Hexicaa dollars, M. United Btatps govenunent bonds etaady; new 40 leg., 123,; do coupon, 1304; 5 a ref., 114j : 4's reg., 111'; coupons, 111: t reg.. 07; Paciflo Ss of la, Uti. Chliaao Grala aad Fredaoa. . Chicago, Not. 2S. The following were the quotations on tho Board of Trade today: wheat November, opened Mec, closed Stgc, December, opened 67c. closed 4S?c: Mar. opeaal SlHio. closed SJto. Cora November, opened 2T?c, closed S7;c; December, opened 27V4c closed 27c; Kay, opened z?o, closed l-mC Oats No vember, nominal, closed 17Jj3; December, nominal, closed 17Mc; May, opened SJo. closed SDc. a Pork December, nominal. closed t7.SU; January, opened 10.00. closed tiM; May. opened USTS. clojel Lard November, nominal, closed sa.4a; January, opened S5.6J, closed i CS- Produce: Batter Extra creamery, 23a per lb. ; extra dairy. 18c; parkin c stock, 11 13c Ems Fresh stock. lPtglVe per do. Dressed poultry Spring chicaens. SSftfo per lb. : old hens. MUc ; roosters. 4c ; turkey. 7 (10-4c: duck . So; geese, 64Ste. Potatoes Bnrkanks. SJJc&s per bo.; sweet potatoe. I1U- noia, 42-U.ICi.5J per bbl. Apples Fair i choice, l.ic3-t p-r bbL Honey Whit clover, l ib eectiona, fancy, 1314o: broken comb. 12c; extracts! 5V- par lb. Crao berrieo Cape Cod, $UD&i.7o per box. Chicago Lb, Stock, Chicago, Nov. 28. live Stock Prices at the Union Stock yards today ranged as follows: Hogs Esti mated receipt for the day, 28.0JU; asles tanged at tZ&&a.6S pigs, CS.4&33.70 light. SU4 (A55 rough packing. 13.50 SATO mixed. and (J.06'J.7o heavy packing and shipping lota. Cattle Estimated receipts for the day. 4.600; quotation ranged at t4.S04.K choice to extra snipping steer, li-lagl-di gooi to choice do.. sau:4.zifair to good. t3.30$3.S common to medium uo.. ao-0Jv4rtt-aJ butchera steers, f2.z3g3.iM atockers, 3.o$4.73 feeders, tl.6JiJ.o0 cow, $i4UJX7J heifers, JL75(5i.8J nulls, HAa&iaa Texas steers. aj.sj3M.w1 wear era range steers and 43.UUS3.UU veal calves. The LanoU markat. un, no. Com New. ts flata New. laS&We. Bat TlmoUlT. S1S4M13: upland, all: wild, 17 OS 10; swaga, erase; ooiea. rnruita. Potatoes -Sue raoDccx. Barer Fair to choice, 17c; ery. Sac. Bps Fresh, 17a. Poultry hickena, Stic .Turkeys 6'. Ore. 7 c Docks 7c UVB STOCK. Cattle Batchers pay for com fed steers tttemoe; cows and keitera, Sitou-Ste; Carres, Brt)tc now-ceZ3HG. fresh cream. Hhaan SrAAtae. spring lamb, 4c a pound. Coal-Bon, loo. What is muwmmi 11 1 wwiim ataaw nam a am waaweanni a Gevviorlm is Dr. Sauarael Pitehert prescription for lmfiuata and CMldren. It contains neither Opium, KorpMne nor other Narcotic ambatance. 1ft is .a liormtess rabstituta for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee to thirty years use by Bullions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays feTcrlshness. Castorla prevents Yomlting Sour Card, cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castorla relieves teething troubles, cares constipation aad flatulency. Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and 'bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria Is the Children's Panacea the Mother' Friend. Castoria. Castorla is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Bothers hare repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their chlldrea.n - Da. Q. C Oeoooo, InraU, Maas.- " Castoria Is the beat remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day to not far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of their children, and uae Castoria in atead of tbevarfcTusquack nostrumBwhioharoy destroying tbrir lored ones, by forcing opium. iBorphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby Bending (hem to premature graTex." Da.J.F.Knwjsmia, Conway, Ark. Castoria. " CMoria it so well adapted to cUMreathaS 1 recommend it aa superior to any pi eacriptkm to me." tL A. ABCUH, XL 111 So. Oxford SA. Brooklyn, K. T. "Our physicians in the children a depart ment haw spokea highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castoria, and although wa only hare among o:-j-modi cm! supplies what is known as reguLir pamlia 11 a, yet wn are free to eonfeasthat th. merits of Castoria has won a. to took with favor npoaH.M Uxrrxo Hobrtal abb DrsnasAKT, Boataa,! Aixxa C Bnrm, iYeo., Tka Camtaar TT Kamy Straat, Haw Tark CStj. CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Drs.Walsh & Walsli, Specialists Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa. science Science is " knowing how.' The only see'ret about Scott's Emulsion is years of science." When made in lanre quantities and by im proving methods, an emul sion must be more perfect J, r , i - , i ,,i tnan wnen maue in vne oiu- time way with mortar and pestle a few ounces at a time. This is why Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil n e V e r separates, keeps sweet for years, and why every spoonful is equal to every other spoonful. An even product throughout. irs yaw ar name ta get DR. T. M. WALSH, Fonnerly Clinical Prorooaor m two of Chicago", eadin stadlcal colleges. In Had Hia Km, with Him. ' BuBLiwros, la, Nov. 27. A man named J. T. Bowles, stranger here, who would nive no account of himself, was found with one arm crushed and his body cov ered with bruises and cats near the Chi cago, Burlington and Qulncy depot. He hoisted on smoking a cigar while the arm waa being amputated at the hospital. Cat a Tag Almnet ia Twa, Brvr alo, Nov. 37 While the steamer Syracuse, of the Western line, was being towed Into the harbor, in the heavy gale ml hiarh eraser that nmvailed she became Werth met at the state house to go overi unmanageable and cut the tug Elk almost tb figure of the recent gubernatorial vote and announce the official vote. The result of the board's work Is as follows: Uriggs Kcp.), 142.MU; McGUl (Dent.), 36.UW; Wilbur (Pro.), 0,661; Ellis (.Pop.), l,0vl; Ketm (Socialist-Labor), 4,107; Griggs' plurality, 38,80a Cabaa Behola aa Train Wi Havaka, Nov. 27. A numerous band of Insurgents derailed a train in the Caibarion district of the province of Santa Clara, killing many of the persona on board and wounding a number of others. The military escort on board the train made a brave defence, during the coarse of which both sides lost heavily. Tie in sargests purged, the dwailcd cars. In two. The captain and crew of the tug ped by jumping. Killed. Jacksok, Miss., Nov. 27. A fast freight on the Illinois Central struck a box at Lamar station, which had been blown from the siding, and was completely wrecked. Kngrneer J- C. Woolaey and negro tramp were instantly killed. Fa. Naw Tons, Nov. 87. The tion committee of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railway has elected , & Rimev president. D. B. Robinson vice nresldent, and "Aldace F. Walker chair mas of the board of directors. anevca btaaBt tltlm aa ever ar e. Oct Scott's. limn Dftffl noon. Baths of all kinds. Including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Booms, on the first floor of the Harper House. BOOHS OPEN. For Ladles From t a. m. to' 12 m. on week days For Gen tlemen From J p. m. to 10 p.m. oa week days On 8nndays the rooms will be open from 7. a. m. to II a. m. for Gentlemen only. Kleotrie and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time during; business hours. Gymnasium connected with bat moms. WEAK MEN. , You that are troub led with nervosa Debility, Lost zfanhond, Bx- aanatiT dtsbs. Night losae. Defective Memory, Threatened Insanity. Lost of Win Power, Mental delusions, sleeplesenese, or any other ymptnm of nervou. eznauatiuaa. ion onoaiucuaaau aa ow fore it a too laU. Delay ia faUd. 0 SURGICAL operations performed at roar home when dealred. shnaalaal aad brain amrKary a specialty. JoJtan Volk. 49c Co, CONTRACTORS - EOTJ-33 BXTILDEBS. Slanafaotnrers of x Saak. Doors aad Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders l( IS "BAY STATE" GUTTARSL llANDOUNS, ZITHERS, and FLUTES m C Kara A C&. roeaaallrd by no other Asanf- of aaTBtnctlT awnav. a ITUM. 1). BOY BOWLBY, &OCS ISLAKO. 'm DR. J. E. WALSH, Late of Chicago, formerly Saiaoa-hvChwf a St, Aathoay'a HosprUL Acknowledged by the Medical Profesoa, Aeknowledavd f the Prses, Acknowledeed by all a ti.e world', Ureaiet and Omy 8si.easf.l Bpoclaiuit In Chronic, Hcrroa, i'riraa and Bugtcal Dlaearea of hota aexea. CONSULTATION FREE! PROMPT ASTD PEBVAJTBBT CDRESl YOU CANT afford to delay if you are rafferln' with Catarrh, Broochlua, Aitnm. Barly Conaumptio., Kbeamu m.uralna. DrB: pep-ia, acrorula. Brpbill-, biwi, liror, kidney dla eaaea. rupture, pile nr hydrocele. Our 'oaf boa pital expeneacs enablrs as to save a life what others fail. WE CAN positively fruarantee a radical care of Tarleoccia In aeroa day byoar paialee. method. Women raftering from nterta. or OTertal. troubles of any nature come aad set an opinion oa your case free of charge. a an at bopolea, by sit medical profeaanatas The praise, we hare received for oar remarkable .kin la caring casts hat compelled u to use ht mean la order to give the penpl aa woii aa aeneflt of oar knowledge of medicine and oar Ipimttable skill ia the artoi familv Dhvalcian is aTwars wokiom. to aeo aa operate. We are Willi aad a bow our skilL aad we feel )utli proud of the dally roe grata lationa w teteiTa frost cai proiessioa ior uts aaraaoaa aanicai aau urgicai uteratar. we aav. snuov Only carable tna taken. Best of reference aad cnsdrntiala. If roa cannot calL write. Has- died cored by mail. We are willlnf to r-pread oar knowloex iiacatMU- Giiicago Helical Instttnte. Office, 124 West Third Street, acColloagh BaUdlag. DAVBBPOBT - IOWA. Boor S m Stat, aad V toS apavings Sank. Incorporated Under tat State Law. ROCK ISLAND. ILL. Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real r state Security. OFFICERS. J at Btjfobd, Preirident. Jon CaintAD.a, Vie Pretldaat. P easanaWAur. Cashiar. 1.1. (J IMH mmkA I .. Ik. S. B. ear. Mitchell Lynda' new bollding DIRECTORS. C F Lynda, John crabangh U P Boll. BWBnrat, Jobs vol. Jacesob A Btratt. Bolidiors. Wa Wlharrtoa. Fall BUtchaU. LMmon. ill JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder, OFFICE, NO: Jill SIXTH AVENUE, ' ghen on Vine street, llOtTZ I8LAHD. Bosult in 4 weeks. For eel at Harper Hnue Pharmacy. K Island. Ill v T.wt twltjB1 Bps; syvatm PEA:. MCblCiab CO,Cknlad,uln, RB8TORB LOST YI603 Ln saf jbi at Om sattll aviknrtSM. offvaw aWW 'Swat, wTSXt SjStd tail JO QmKkly War4. If tbSKw I ImaS tPaB ttf trM aT WtSmad tM Sawamcy. Whir Wtrewi rlvty. Loar. of si, tmrnumcy, AXtmy, VarKorra astrJ twtawv rUtS. UTaWM & ANDERSON COfiTRACTORS and BUILDERS. AUUadtof OCU aal SLop 721 TtreUUi s'aw.t gfusiias UCX ISLAND