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THE ARGUS, "WEDNESDAY", AUGUST 7, 1895.
rabllubcd P.ily and Weekly at Second
Avtnne, Knek Msnd, III. (Entered at the liost
office m second class matter.)
J. W. POTTER
TeHsS Irally. 13 cent, ptr week. Weekly.
IS (W per annum; lnadran:c. (1.50.
All oinmunlci'.luus of Cil'.lcal or argnmen's
tive character, political or rc'.ljiom, mart have
real oani attached ftr publication. Jio such
ar.U'.e nlll b printed over fl-nitlons signatures.
rnrrcuxnd- Ltu solicited from every township
la H'tli It land county.
Wi:i-K)DAr, Alci'st 7, 1895.
A ;ave full of human f ktletons ha?
Iicen fouQil in Arizona, but Ftranje
to nay no trace of Holmes has been
found in lli&t vicinity.
It is reported that the Ch'cajo,
Milwaukee & St. 1'anl roail W to be
extended to Duluth by the absorption
of the St. I'aul & Duluth.
Am hoy claims to have the oldest
settler in northern Illinois in the per
son of J. V. Ilcresford. who came
from Ohio in 1821, when but a boy
four vcars old.
.St. Lot'is Cmuosh le: The Illi
noi le;i.lature threatened to remain
in special Fession until "snow flies.''
The members .changed their niindx
when n resolution to investigate cer
tain things was introduced. They
adjournal sine die at onco and lied
M.t.ioi; WniiiTUAN, of Peoria, is
about to start up the Illinois valley
with nn exploration parly, for the
purpose of historical research. Their
work will center about Starved Hook,
where a seetion of the LaSalle parly
planted a settlement more than two
bnndred vear ago.
y.H. IIakki.son- laid his defeat in
1805 to the hard times. But now the
republican organs are trying to make
the people believe the hard times did
not romn upon us until after Mr.
Cleveland's election. Either. Mr.
Harrison was mistaken or the repub
lican organs are lying. Denuison
Tiik first prosecution under the
new Sunday closing law for barbers
in this part of tlio atnte took place
Tuesday at Mendota, when John
Lester "was lined $;5.6() and costs.
Saturday night hu had a large num
ber of patrons and kept open one
hour after midnight to accommodate
them, and it was for this he was lined.
Morrlftor. Naiuo Arouses lltithnalnsiri.
The mention of that stalwart Illi
nois democrat, William H. Morrison,
in connection with tho presidential
nomination has had an inspiring ef
fect among democrats in his own
utatc no less pronounced than in nil
parts of the country. That William
It. Morrison is the logical candidate
on which all elements of the great
party might naturally unite is con
ceded by all thinking members of
the party. The Chicago Times-Herald
of this morning affords nn idea
of the reception of the news in Illi
nois of the way prominent dem
ocrats are thinking in New York:
William It. Morrison's presiden
tial boom yesterday received nn im
petus in the ranks of Chicago democ
racy which will go far toward giving
the" sage of Waterloo the Illinois
vote in tho national convention. The
Washington dispatch to the Times-
Herald conveying the report that
Senator David Hill hail come out for
tho veteran Illinois democrat created
no end of comment, and much of it
was favorable to Mr. Morrison's can
Hilary. In fact, the indorsement of
Mr. Morrison by Senator Hill was
regarded as a natural result of exist
ing political conditions throughout
the country. The publication of the
Washington dispatch was sullicient
to disclose the fact that Mr. Morrison
is exceptionally strong amcng the
democrats of Cook county, and this
is true also of the entire state. Mr
Morrison has safely and silently
steered through the "silver breakers.
nnd in that respect has maintained
tho confidence of both factions of his
nurtv. The result is that he is hailed
as tho Moses who will unite the scat
tered tribes of hard and soft money
democrats and lead them out of the
wilderness of party adversity
Among the prominent demrcrats
who voice Mr. Morrison's praises are
Postmaster Hcsing. President Kub
bios, of the Honest Monev league;
Is the x
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Mar
shall & Flatter, druggists.
President William A. Vincent, of the
Waubansee club, and Senator Joseph
P. Mahoney. The significance of
Senator Mahoney's indorsement of
Mr. Morrison lies in the fact that Mr.
Mahoney is a close per.'onal nnd po
litical friend of Gov. Altgeld, and is
supposed tr voice the sentiments of
the governor. Senator Mahonev
says ho would like to see Altgeld re"
nominated for governor with Mr.
Morrison as tbp presidential caudi.
date. This may mean more than at
first appears. It may mean that an
attempt will be made to compromise
the differences on the silver ques
tion. At any rate, Mr. Morrison,
notwithstanding his refusal to join
in the free silver movement. ? still
the favorite presidential candidate in
the central and southern portions of
the state, where the free silver feel
Another ineidcnt recently oc
curred which indicates Morrison and
harmonr: Ex-Congressman Format!.
of East St. Louis, is a member of the
state central committee and is re
garded as Mr. Morrison's protege ami
"tmkesman. Mr. Forman was bit
terly opposed to the silver movement
in Illinois. He strongly opposed the
calling of the silver convention and
refused to have anything to do with
About a month ago, however.
Mr.Forman caustd himself to be in
terviewed by a St. Louis paper, and
in thst interview he s.iM that while
he conld not subscribe to the IS to 1
silver policy, he was too loyal a dem
ocrat to bolt his party ou that ac
count and would follow the demo
cratic iiiinr.er in Illinois wherever it
might lead. The ft lends of Col.
Morrison have been trying ever since
to lind out whether hi; takes the For
ma'! view of the situation. Whether
he does or not,- it is known that
Chairman Ilinrichsen. the free silver
cader in Illinois democratic politics,
s quietly fostering the Morrison
boom, ami that (iov. A I geld is not
averse to the proceedings.
"Here in Chicago the 11m lmiorse-
meiit of Morrison is therefore re
ceived with open expressions of satis
Morton nuil the Presidential Naiiilnntlon.
Ur to date there are only two can
didates for the presidency on the re
publican side that have formally
entered the field. They are William
MeKinloy, of Ohio, and William li.
Allison, of Iowa. Each one has been
mentioned s mxiliciallv by resolution
of the stale convention of his respec
tive state as its choice for president.
2iO eaniliiiate can expect to receive
my substantial support at the re
publican national convention next
vear who is not backed with the
ollicial indorsement of his own state.
Sueh indorsement, of lourse, can
only be obtained from a state con
vention. The formal presentation
of (iov. Morton's name f r the presi
dential nomination, at Hie Saratoga
convention next mouth, will place
nun among ol presidential pos
sibilities. i,v. Morton, says the
New York Mercury, would probably
iikc to have the matter left in its
present vague condition, but the
leaders of Ihu republican machine do
not think that thii would be advis
able. They say that the time has
arrived when it is necessary for tho
new lurk delegation to take a posi
tive stand. ' Tliey expect that the
inlluence of New lors at the next
republican national convention, will
go a long way toward deeming the
nominee of the convention. Mr.
Piatt all along has insisted that New
York must stand practically as a
unit in the convention. The dele
gates from this state will probably
vole for Morton as long as there is
a possibility of his securing the noai-
i'.ation. Should it become neces
sary to withdraw his name, it is Mr.
Piatt's purpose, so it is understood,
to have the New York delegation
transfer its vole solidly to some other
man. He docs not think that it will
be advisable to scatter or divide the
vote of New York among half a
doen or more candidates. Mr.
hut's personal preference, after
Morton, is said to be Tom Reed, but
this does not mean that he will under
take to throw tho 7'2 votes of New
York to Uccd in the event of Mr
Morton's defeat in the convention
Mr. Piatt and his friends are going
to the republican national convention
next year with a hxed determination
It will be either to nominate Morton
or to name the canJidate of the con
vention. Mr. Piatt's second choice.
therefore, will be largely a matter of
expediency. It will be determined
by developments after no rescues 1110
Gov. Morton is popularly believed
to bo a very liberal dispenser of
money in politics. lie is a very ricn
man and could spend a great many
thousand dollars to gratity any per
sonal political ambition without feel
CUd Tidings to Aathm-t Sufferer.
Lawson Elvidge. of Harrington,
111., states he was cured of chronic
asthma of long standing by Foley's
Honey and Tar. It cives positive
relief in all cases of asthma, so that
this disease, when not completely
cured. Is robbed of all Its terrors by
this Treat remedy. No sufferer
should be without it 50cents. Take
no substitute. Sold at M. F. ltahn
sen's drug store
ri.! riles! l'Ues!
Ir. WI'UU.ia' tuclun rilj CUtaitnt w.H c:rc
blind Ikediop. oJccratcd an 1 Itcbin; pites. It
absorbs th tumors. allsys ibe itching at once.
acta as a lou'llce, jives in tant relief. Cr. Wil
liams' tidjjn Pile Ointxenti prepared cnly for
piles ltd itchiu; of th? private part, ar.d nothir
else. Evert box i Guaranteed. Sold by dm
.!-, etut by mail, for 59 cents an 1 91 per box
William Xancfactarins company. Proprietor.
Cleveland, lb0- Sold by T. n. Thomas.
Tub Abols, 10c a week.
FRENCH BAftBARITY AT YAFA.
Thonsaads of Prisoners Were Shot Dowa
After the Surrender.
No French victory was ever marked
by sneh unbridled license as that which
the victorious troops practiced at Yafa.
Bat what followed was worse, for the
prisoners of war were too numerous for
tie ordinary usage. For eomo days they
wero treated according to the terms cf
quarter they had exacted. On the 17th
a council of war unanimously voted that
tho old rule under which no quarter is
given to defenders in an assault should
be applied to them. For three days Bo
naparto hesitated, but on tho 20th bis
decision wus taken. A few Egyptians
were sent home and the remainder of
the prisoners, together with tho 800
militia from El Arish, were marched to
tho Iwach nnd shot. In the report to the
directory the nninbcr was put at 1,200.
Two crcwitiioFses estimated it one at
8,000, the other at 4,000.
"I have been severe with those of your
troops who violated tho laws cf war,"
wrote the author of tho deed to Jezzar.
No mention of the fact or exenso for it
wan luudo ia city cf his othi r corrc
ro!idei:) at tho time. All winter long
he had boea dealing as an oriental with
oriental, and this was but a pioco of
the sumo conduct. The code of Christian
corallty vroa far from his mind. In Jan
uary, for instance, ho hud ordered Mu
rat to till all tbo prisoner's cf a hostile
ti-:bo i:i tho desert whcni ho could not
brir r.way, ai:d ia tho Famo month
identical orders wero issued to Borthier
conerrniug cuothe r existing horde.
Tho plea which is nadu by tho eulo
gists of Napoleon and "by i;on:o recent
military writer:; for. this wholesale ex
:utim is that r.n.outr thrso slaughtered
men tho prtrriin vt El Ari.-ls, which
had Enrrcnderod, had Ix-cu fomid agr.ia
with arms in their hands ; that they
were deserving cf death siccording to all
tho laws of war, and that, as to the rest,
there wero no French iTisouers for whom
to exchaut,o them aud no previsions to
cupport them, consequently their pres
ence with tho army would jeopardize its
success, and it was therefore justifiable
to diminish tho enemy's resisting power
by their execution. Those who believe
that war, whether ju5t or unjust, jnsti
fie3 any barbarity which will lead to
speedy victory will nreo with that
opinion. Professor W. M. Sloanc'a
"Life of Napoleon" iu Century.
General Grccly'a Pnn.
General Grcclv of arctic f.uuo is as
distinguished ia tho social circles where
bo i.s known as in tho Held cf polar ex
ploration. Bravo tod gallant, bo is a
grer.t favorite in society, but it is doubt
ful if ho l.ai anywhere a more ardent
admirer than one small maiden to whom
ho Ktands as a knight "sans oprocho."
Eho was tho host'i; daughter at an aft
ernoon reception when Cjeneral Greely
was tho lion of the occasion. The belles
of tho town were directing all theirvol-
ley cf cuperlativo and bewitching
glances at tho hero, who, however, ig
nored theso enticements and aslxd to
acconptiny tho 12-ycar-old miss to the
dining room. Delighted beyond measure
at this nucxpected attention, tho child
accepted and went proudly off, scarcely
knowing whether tho f-alad ho brought
her were eh icken or sawdu t. Tho crown
ing joy came, however, when, talking
to her as if riio "had been Mrs. Clcve-
Lind," to quote her own words, her com
panion asked bow many brothers and
sisters s;ho had.
Sho replied, "Otio brother and one
sister, tho boy ltweea," and added,
Somc persons call us a sandwich, bat
I think that i.s ratlicr hard on us girls,
because everybody likes meat so much
better than bread."
"Ah, my dear," said tho general.
with a bow, "not when it is so well
Can any sueerer at pnns drive from
tho maid's memory her exclusive pleas
ure iu this one? New York Times.
When Tears Are Dancerons.
M. S. Gregory, cheriff cf Amador,
was telling 6ome friends the clher even
ing about a plucky deputy and. wound
up by saying: "When you Cud a wri
a.i cool and steady as a reck in tho faro
of danger, you can bet cn hint. But tho
most dangerous men are these who
laugh or cry when they liavo a dispute
ou hand. I knew a man named Drew,
down in Texas, who was noted as a very
bad man. When he was doing any shoot
ing, ho would laugh 1 mtily a hard, de
moniacal laugh, without any merriment
in it. Up at Indian Diggings, many
years ago, two men named Archer and
Pawson had a dispute with a German
about a claim. When thev claimed the
property, he broke down and cried, and
they, supposing they would have no
troublo ia taking possession, marched
on tho ground. Tho German took up a
broken pick aud laid thorn both out
Archer was badly hurt and was a long
time getting over his injuries. After
that whenever he saw a man start to
cry bo got out of tho way. "San Fran
A well known and busy actress has a
little) daughter who is a precocious
young ragan, and the other night, as
tho nurse was away, she was put to bed
by a friend of nor mother s.
"Do you not say your prayers, dear?'
"Nop!" responded tho infautilo hea
then. "I don't know any, and mamma
is always away w Jjca I go ted. "
"Perhaps ycnuould li, to learn a
prayer," suggested sho of the mission
ary tendencies. "Do you think you
"Could I learn a prayer?" repeated
the younger in derisive tones. "I should
say I could. I'm very quick study. "
New York Mercury.
Voo Cam Depend on It
That Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea
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summer complaint, cholera morbus.
diarrhoea, bloody flux, chronic diar
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at M. F. Bahnseu's drag store.
Oomll.y! Qood!;-! n.iw hard to say
fclit-a fntl"st hearts nius; sevt-rl
Cno u-orJ. one took, tby hand in nr.no,
An.l iln-n we part f..r v. r.
Cootl'oy ! GiKx'l y ! I hear it still.
That bitter note of saJncsi;
Its lin 'lt' .g echoes eoiuid to me
A kauil cf dr:aj gladness.
GociU-r: Gdo'ut! Though sets the saa,
1 n. ti".h (.;!: tliv JarUaoss coiJly,
r.i ri, i-.il:er tumi bast Jutit-s ye;
-iid f-i-.-i. the future bold.y.
G.vxitiy: G.xlbyl From oct the past
Lcx.iss t jrth thy faeo to cheer me.
Oh. do not a.-U n:e to forget
If mtaiorr brings thee near tae.
THE FISH'S GALLOON.
A MyTery That Krirctitts flare Not Tet
I'eea Able to Solve.
Naturalists long ago studied the com
position of the gas contained iu the
swimming bladder of tishes and discov
ered that it consists of the principal
constituents of the air namely, oxyguu.
nitrOft. !! aa.i carbouic acid. But these
constituents are not mingled in the fish's
Iv-iljca in the same proportions as they
are in th? ataiosphere. and besides their
proportions do not remain always the
saai i:i the lish. Sometimes tho bladder
coiiuias hanliy any osygeu; at others
oxygen constitutes nina-tenths of the
The variation in the quantity of oxy
gen is soitiewli.it mysterious, and nat
uralists have offered several different
suggestions as to the cause o? it. fc'ouic
thiuk the lUh may be able to control the
quantity of oxygon in its bladder by its
own will Rict, a distinguished French
naturalist, thought ho had solved the
problem by distoveriu;: that the propor
tion cf osygea ra larger in fih that
lived at great depths aud smaller, iu
those that lived near the surface of the
Bat quite recently new observations
made from t he Prince of Monaco's yacht.
Princess Alice, seem to prove that Diot
was mistaken aud that the de;p dwell
ing lull carry no moreoxvgen in propor
tion than do those living in shallow wa
ter, t-ouio of the sh whose swimming
bladders were examined by tho natural
ists on tho Princess Alico cauio from a
depth of no less than a mile.
They wero compared with fish which
reldoia doscesvl below 200 feet in do th
aud wuh ethers which prefer a depth of
about 500 or (100 feet, and all had near
ly the same proportion cf errgeu to aid
them in swimming.
Tho variations mentioned above seem
therefore to depend upon some other
cau: than the depth of tho fish's dwell
It is these unsettled questions that of
fer to young iiattr.'ii lists somo cf their
most brilliant opportunities for distinc
tion. Id is a great mistake to suppose
that thero d ies uot rcmaiu a plenty of
room for discovery in science Youth's
Knights of the Muccatiee.
The slate commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "Af
ter trying other medicines for what
seemed to be a very obstinate coujh
in onr two children, we tried Dr.
Kinrr's New Discovery, and at the
end of two days the cough entirely
left them. We will not lie without
it hereafter, as our experience proves
that it cures where all other reme
dies fail." Signed F. W. Stevens,
State Commander. Why not give
this great medicine a trial, as it is
guarantFed, and trial bottles arc
free at Ilartz & Ullemeycr s drug
store? Regular size 50 cents and f 1.
IT MAT DO AS MUCH FOR VOL".
Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes
that he had a severe kidney trouble
for many years, with severe pains in
his back and also that his bladder
was affected. He tried many so-
called kidney cures, but without any
good result. About a year ago
he bejran the use of KIcclric
Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters is especially adapted
to cure all kidney and liver troubles
and often gives almost instant re
lief. One trial will prove our state
ment. Price only fit) cents for large
bottle. At Ilartz x L llctnevcr s drug
BI CKLKS'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and ' positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. tor sale by Ilartz & Lillemeyer.
Filty-N'Or Mills in at i'.p.r riS.t.
PllILAOKLPai.v, A:ig C a. T. War L
the locai Mjent t.jt a iiUiub.T of out-:
town paper mill?, said that a news-paper
trust was an n.-surod thing. Tho trust,
he sal I. would havo a capital stock of
135.000,030, and Is intended to have a
monopoly of thn industry, lie said that
a slightly increased prioo is already de
manded. Tuu fifty -four mills expected to
eater tbc combine have a total capacity
o( S.CJO.Oij pounds of news paper a day.
Mothers of Allloc Daughter.
Every woman above 15 years of
age should read the book. "Advice
to Mothers Concerning Diseases of
Women and Children, published by
the oa-rnora Meaicme company,
Send to tbc secretary of the compa
ny, 11. ki. Coiman, Kalamazoo. Mien.,
or ask your druggist for a copy,
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Marshall
srfan Behy srai tfe k. e raw her Castoris,
Whoa aha -a a Child, she cried Tor Castorfa.
Vbeo she became Man, she etona tu Oastorav
When she had Childrsc, she garelhasa Caliaay
Children Cry for
To express the gratitude of many who
despaired of help, but have been cured by
rilla, as in this
"I cannot tell
the great value
rilla has been to
me. For two
yoars I have been
In poor health,
11 the time with
little benefit. Ia
the winter I had
severe attack of
rheumatism and thought I should never
get rid of it. I read about Hood's Saxsa-
psrills and concluded to try it. Since
taking five bottles I am like a new per-
son. It is worth its weight ia cold. It
will convince tho most skeptical ot its
merits." Mas. 1.177m SUArPRB, River,
ton, Illinois. Remember.
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Hood's Pills prloTL .oaUp-
Ehouhl Stars Knock Together the tfr
Would Do Indescribable.
Professor Ledger of London, whoso
series cf Gresham astronomy lectures on
Knocks Ia Their Ktlatiou to Astrono
my" has been completed, in his lust dis
course pointed out that tho universe.
instead cf being fixed, i.t alivo with mo
tion, each star with its attendant plan
ets hurrying throngh space. If star wero
to kiux'k air;iust star the intense heat
and 'fierce firo generated by the enor
mous velccity and 'vast momentum of
tho two uiasses would bo sueh as to pass
It maybe that tho sua was formed by
the collision of two stars. The effect of
tw? sneh bodies attracting each other
and meeting would be to rednco them
to a violently agitated gaseous n;a.:s,
which would cc:lL:to, fifht inward, pro
ducing inconceivable heat, and then out
ward again, ultimately arc-uining tho
condition of the sr.n. The general ro
suit would be that the two bodies would
revolve aror.ud their common center of
gravity that is to say, around each oth
er creating a double star. Lorn Kel
vin has calculated that if SV.OOO.GOO
solid plobc::, oach cf the mass of the
raoou, should bo scattered over a spher
ical snrfaco ICO tiute.s tho radius of the
earth's orbit, they would come together
and lie raised to a temperature of
100,000 degrees. They would oscillate
outward and inward, reaching to a less
distance e;xh time, and ultimately set
tling down into a sphere.
The ncbul.'t we see around us may.
Professor Ledger suggests, havo b?en
produced by the lnici king together of
two great bodies rather than by the ng
gregatiou of m.-uy smaller ones. The
collision of two huge rans would thns
lead to rejuvenescence and the formation
of new Fystems. Phenomena indicating
that something very much in tho nature
of a collh,ii.u had occurred are the out
bursts of temporary stars pneh as those
observed by Tyeko Brahe in 1 572, by
Kepler m 1MM aud thofcC of 1SJS, lSfiO,
1STG, IfiM and 1892, the last being tho
new star Anrig.i, which declined through
ten magnitudes, or became 100,000
times less bright in two mouths. Tho
great iucreaso in tho light of a comet as
it approaches tho sun may bo duo to a
tidal disturbance in tho bodies framing
it, causing them to knock ng;:iust each
other, and thus getiorato beat mid light
In the Kimc way tho twinkling of the
stars may bo caused by tho knocks of
tho molecules cf tho atmosphere ou tho
ether, whoso undulations carry their
light to hs. Tho excessively great and
tho exceedingly small arc all interde
pendent, and tho past, present and prob
able f ntcro of nebulous bodies all hiugo
on tho relations they bear to tho knocks
of the molecules of their gases, whilo
tho knocks of immense bodies depend
ultimately cn the knocks of their coustit-
Br. J. P. Bell, Otsa watotnie, Kan,
wlto of the editor of The Graphic, the lead
ing local paper of Miami couuty, writes
"1 mam troubled srtf s heart divenma
for six yo.rs, severe palpitations, short
nes-s of breath, together vith such ex
treino nervousness, that, at times I would
iralk the floor nearly all night. We
consulted the best medical talent.
Thev sct.'a! tkerr tras mo help fartnr,
that I had organic disease ot the heart for
which thero was no remedy. I bad read
your advertisement la The Graphic and
year a?o, as a last resort, tried one bottle ot
Dr. Kites' Scto Cure fur the Heart,
which convinced mo that there was true
merit in It. I tock three bottles earh of the
Heart Cure and ltcstorativo Nervine and
It fmnjtletrlv ettrecf site. I aterjs
well at nhrht, my heart beats regularly and
I have no norc smothering spells. I wlJi
to cay to all who are suffering as I did;
there's relief untold for them if they will
only giro your remedies Just oae trial."
Dr. Miles TTnart Cure is sold on a porltt
pistra.nlee that t lie first boulo will ticneflt.
All oTuirpUts sell itat.fl, 6 bottlin fort.1. or
it will bo sent, prepaid, on receipt of price)
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CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Prntcssor in two ot Chicago's
hading medical colleges.
Arknowledccd by the Medical Profession, Acknowledged nf the rrcm. AcinowlcloJ !iy
all as the World's Grcatctt and Only Successful siKxla'ihtr in CliroU-. Mervoos. Trlva'e a- d
rurical Diseases of both sexes.
CONSULTATION eKEE! ntOMPT AND PKItMANZNT CtllKSt
ELECTRICITY scientifically im
plied, netToas debility, loss manhood. cxUaostire
drains, night losses,defeetle memory, threat nrd
inranuy, loss or, wui power, mental delosions,
WOMEN 8ufferino from diseases of
the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidnevs. nenmus
exhsnaiion. pslpitotlon of the heart, nyspepais,
or any diseases peculiar to the sex. should rail
ontlieerest siecislistand get an opiuiou on her
esse free of chute.
Ooly Curable Cases Taken.
Bast of refercDoea and credential. If yon can
not call, write. IlandreJe cared by mail.
The p-nines we hsve received for onr remarkable skill in cnriiin; rascg a-iven np ns hopelci'S by U
has c-nipeiled us to nse "his means In o-der to pive the tieople a- oell as tlis meiiical pr.t--iin tie-
nrrtct of our knowltdpe of medicine and our Inimitable skill In the art of surer nr. Kun n.ti.r
family pbysicisn ia always welcome to see na
ana stu w our skill, and we feel Justly proud of the
cal pr fessiuh for the advanced medical and surgical literature we Cave written.
124 WEST THIRD STREET.
EVERY WOSVI AW
BonwMoias nsa Is a reliable, monthly, re-mlatlng medirlre. fmly Isrmless sad
the purest dri-gs should ho used, li juu want the bent, set
Dr. Peal's Psnrrcya! F.MSs
They ara-Bmcipt.ra'sar'l certain In reralL The milio (Dr. rMl'slnovcrdhap,
Doiot. gent any wb-src, tl.W, Addreu i tuilUiiwK Lo4 Urctnd, O.
For sale at Harper Honre Phnrniacy. Rock Island. 111.
Your choice of any Duck Suit ia our store
for $1.98 th's week.
' ALL OUR REGULAR
) Blazer Suits with ski:ts 5 yards wide;
$5 and $6 Trilby Suits with skirts 6 yards
wide, a 1 go at
All the latest novelties in Sailors and
Walking Hats. Our prices always the
lowest, zoo Silk Waists to be closed
out at cost.
9 1 14 Wist Second street
BEE m HIVE
FCR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH
Morse Bros. Props.Csnton.Mas 5,11 SLA.
Wholesale Grocers. Kot k Island
Nrw Yorl. r.reoklvn. f
1720, 1722. 1721 12G nl
172S Second Av.
1)3. J. II WALSH,
l.stonf f h'rsct, foraiirly Surceiein-l'lilef ot
?u Auinoiif -p iio(iitai.
CATARRH, Droncliitia, At1itn,
early riinsnniptinn, Itlienmstism, Kcnralrit,
Ily-lx p-ia, crrllla, Sypkilisand all blood, liver
and kidney diseases.
RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula, Hydro.
cele and Vstlmeele cored bj,lbe latest S' il uiwt
DON'T so limit to a surpioal opera
tion without ennirtin na. Ucmcmberour Ion,
hospital expereuce cnahles ustlo save a ti
where others fail,
SURCICAL operations performed
at son? homo when desired. Abdominal anJ
urain surgery a specialty.
ope-ste. We sre wlllinc lofpread our kmiwl. ili-e
dally (ongratulaitons ws receive from the nmii-
I KcCullough BalMlng, ) H .nrs
Uvnro . owA j ?
to i. sinl
at Half Price. I