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THE ARGUS, MONDAY". AUGUST 26, 1895.
Published Pully awl Wert'y at USA Second
Artnue, Itcx-.k I-land, 111. Kntered at the post
Cifice. m second c'J- mattor.
J. W. Potter
TZ!tS Oaily. 10 cents per week. Wcck-ly,
Z 0i pi r anii'iin ; in udrmre. J1.5C.
AK couinuiicatioiis of a ciittcal or aTrnroenia
tirtichiracter. optical or religions, mi: have
ccal nan attached for publication. 5o such
trile'e will be printed over fictitious ii;naturs.
rorresponder.ee solicited from every towuulp
In It Kk Island county.
MorTUAr, Airi vr 2J. 1X95.
Loan an. I Lady l'creaford pud
$1,0)0 for a sthnon stream in Nor
way. They caught just two salruon.
As ca.itcrn girl recently read a
graduating essay on The Domestic
Education of Man." That's right,
girls, adt! insult to injury.
TitAiN robberies until Tuesday
rbowed a gratifying decrca.-e com
pared with the corresponding time
the year before. It is to he hoped
the present instances aro sporadic.
It would appear that the only way
in which Mayor Knox could control
the drum heating of the Salvation
army is to join the organization and
have himself appointed drum major.
Jons Wksi.kv II a i:ih : . one of the
roust, notorious outlaws in the south
west, who has just been killed by u
constable, shows that there is as lit
tle iu a given name as in any other
Tmb Union seems at last to have
come to a realizing sense that lien
T. Cable iu whatever move he may
make will be something of si power
iu Illinois politics. The Union, is
late limlin r this nnt.
A kk knt Miiptuent of 1,100 tons
of American pig-iron to England in
the face of a ! per cent tarilT to pro
tect our labor from the pun per
labor of (Ircat I'.ritain is an added
cvi'k'itcu that protection docs not
(iovcunou M KiM.tv has started a
new advertisement raclct. In his
tour of inspection of the camp of
the state militia he will be accompa
nied by a bevy of pretty girls. We
do aot sea how the othir presidential
candidates can get up anything of
'I'll K eity admiiii.ttration is allow
ing a grand opportunity to slip
throagh its lingers in the matter of
making a record for t leanl'mess.
The streets were never in such a
filthy condition since the paving
movement wa inaugurated as they
tire nt the present time.
Tiikui: is said to be a man repre
senting himself to be an otllcial in
spector in the service of the state
going through the country condemn
ing lightning rods and soliciting
contracts to put them in safe condi
tion. He is raid to charge about
four prices for his work, and his
ollicial pretensions, of course, are
wholly f;iUe. The state of Illinois is
not iu tho lightning rod business.
Hon. Matthew Stanley tjr.w has
justified Mr. Piatt's recent charac
terization of him as "a slick old
coon." Hii victory in tho city of
1'blladelphia at lluu primary election
was even greater than was lirst re
ported. Privately the Hastings coiu
bir.o did not concede Quav a single
delegate in that city. The result
prove beyond a doubt that Mr.
Quay will" control the Ilarrisburg
convention. Nothing but a miracle
can save the ami-Quay combination.
Mr. Quay's victory is regarded by
his friends as the greatest one of his
life. Tho senator himself, however,
is disposed to view tho matter very
lightly. He does not think that the
light was such a difficult one after
all. Two weeks ago, according to
the best informed politicians in the
state, the combine had Quay practi
cally beaten. They began crowing
too soon, and unconsciously disclosed
their hand to the senator. This was
just what he wanted, and tho result
today demonstrates that he is the
master in the leadership of the re
publican organization of Pennsyl
vania. I'ntler Two Tariff a,
Under tho McKinley tariff the Sa
lem Wire Nail works, Findlay, Ohio,
were closed Aug. 25, 1S92. throwing
too men of employment; the same
company's furnace nt llellairc. Ohio.
as banked down Aujr. 27. 1892, and'
their steel works closed. Under the
democratic tarilT the employes of
this company to tho number of sev
eral thousand recejTod a wage in-1
crease of 10 per c.nt May is, V$9".
Under the McKinley tariff the Til
den Iron mines, (Jugcuie Range. Wis ,
closed Aug. 8. I8ii2. throwing 2.00;.)
men out of work. Under the demo
cratic tariff June 1. 1S95, TO) men in
these mines were given work at old
Under the McKinley tariff Aug.
11, 1892, the American Wire Nail
company. Anderson, lad., made a 10
jH'rcent reduction of wage ia the
linishing department. Under tho
democratic tariff the wages of 1,000
men in these works were increased
10 per cent June 5. 1895
Kind uf a lie try It Is.
The Savanna Times, a paper pub
lished at the home of Representative
Daniel S. Kerry, of the last legisla
ture, docs not hesitate to score that
gentleman most unmercifully. 15c
luw will be found a couple of sample
"The street talk is somewhat
amusing to tho amount of boodle our
honorable representative, Daniel S.
Berry, has raked in during the noted
session of the legislature, borne say
it is $100,000, others ?G ),000, while
some put a more moderate estimate
It is rumored that Berry is going
west this weok. Should it be possi
ble that ho is going wc-t and grow
up with the country ? If any advice
is acceptable we will suggest that
there is a good opening for him in
Had Man's Land.'"
These facts will give the reader
sonic idea of the estimation in
which the gentleman is held in his
own town and by his own party
Coulilu't See the .ike.
Ono evening la?t week there eat in a
North Sido lirer pardon two t-toct old
f-iernians enjoying tlieir pines and lujar
beer and placidly listening to tho strains
of tiU oiviestra. In moving his chair
one of t!ie:n t-tcprlc.-l on a ijurlor match,
which exploded with a bang.
"Dot Vas not on de iimyraamc," ho
said, turning to hid coninauiun.
"Vat was not?"
"Vr, dot mutch."
"Be mutch I valkefl on."
"Vol!, I diiln't sco 110 natch. Vat
"Vy, I walked on a n:atch, and it
went bai.fr, 11ml 1 ca:d it va.i not oa do
The other picked r.p his programme
end road if thr'spli very carefully. "I
don't wo it on the programme," hofiaitl.
"Veil, I n.id it vu-iuot on tho pro
gramme, didn't I?"
"Veil, vat it got to do mit tho
A weary Lie'; cmin over the faro of
the first i:i:m us he said : " Yoa tarn fool !
Yon can't see no choke, anyvay. Zwei
fccer, waiter." Chicago Chronicle.
The Old Fashioned I lowrrs.
"What do I caro for orchids and
American Ilcautic.; u:id all thoso other
espeflsivo things under plass? How
much dues it please uio to havo two
f,'nat bij formal lod.-; of gladiolus and
fo!iuo plants iu the front yards, one on
each sidecf t.'m steps? No; what I want
is a bed of poi tnlaca, a:ul somo cyriress
vines rnuuiuK up . strings to the top of a
pole. As K'.n.Ki nr, I f;et poor enough to af
ford it I am jjoing to havo a lot of phlox
and Loudon prido and bachelor's bnt
tons ont thorn in tho back yard, and the
girls can rna their clothes somewhere
"It's hard to keep flowers iif"a city,"
"I know it i.;," laid Mrs. Dates. "At
on; old liot n wa laid Rich n iik-o litllo
rosebush in ;l:o front yard I hated to to
leave it behind 0110 of those littlo yel
low brier roses. Ko; it vvm't yellow.
It was just yallcr, and it always ficratch
ed my novo when I tried to smell it.
Hut. oh, child," wistfully, "if I could
ohlyrmcll it now!" "With thoProccs
tion," IL 13. I'ullcr.
A Fonnilatim Snrriflro.
It was reeoatly ascertained that tho
tower of Darriugton clnirch, ahont foar
niile3 from l'ontrfract, had KufTi'rcd
some damage during the winter gales.
Tho foundations were carefully exam
ined, when it was fonnd that nnder t!o
west sidprif tho tower, only ubont n foot
deep from tho Ftirface, tho bsidy of a
niau had been platted in a Fort of bed in
the ivilid rock, and tho wc.-t wall was
actually resting njKiu his t-ktilL Tho
gctitl'i vibration of tho tower had opened
the sntnrej in tho tknll and caused a
crack of abont 2X inches long. Tho
gravo ltiiu-t have been prepared and tho
wall placed with delilieratn intention
rpi.a the hiv.d of fko person buried, and
tlijs w.is do,:o with such care and art
t'utt all remained i's jdacod for at leapt
000 years till, in fact, the storm of De
cember la.-t fonnd ont tho weak place.
Thohpot can Ftill lKuoon, beinsr protect
ed by a framework of bricks. York
Enmblo is disappearing fromsacrod
places, but his Malt, which was his
chiofest pride, remains and is carefully
preserved in tho vestries of mar.7 Lon
don churches. Tho glory of the staff
was its knob. ome of those knol3 pre
sent somo very elaborate specimens of
r.ilvcr carving, for, iu addition to tho
ordinary plain pear shaped knobs, thero
were f,taff tops representing buildings,
crosses, crowns, medallion's, statuettes
and various other objects. Some of these
staves havo a historical interest. Tho
buadlo's Ktau" of St. Giler; in tho Fields,
the ton of which is a figure of old Time,
with his scythe erect ia his right hand,
was tiscd in tho chnrch in which Arch
bishop Laud officiated, in 1023. And
St. C'iles, Cripplegate, possesses cue
which was presented to tho parish in
1C0J. New York Herald.
lie Need Sot Piscary It.
"Katje." sternly exchuifcd tho little
girl's father at tlio breakfast tabic, "yon
nro too noisy ! I hall certainly Lave to
punish yen. "
"Well, there ain't anybody holdia
you, is there?" said Katie, with flash
ing eyo qud quivering lip. Chirrent
A Govrrnor Xamnl riranlnctaB.
Benuingtcu, Vt. is said to have been
named from Beuning Wentworth, the
govcruor a Kcw Hampshire, who, in
H84, gave the grant and charter for the
town. Detroit Tribune.
A Man's Prosperity
Depends largely on the health of his
wife. She should maintain her health
and promptly correct any weakness
by using Zoa-Phora. For sale bv T.
H. Thomas and Marshall & Fisher.
WHIPPED A PaiNCE.
How Poor Tnm" Rrutun Fell Foal of Enff
land's Future Kinc-
Tom Benton occupied for many years
to fact, nntil.his death a responsible
positioain theftonscho'd of Qnecn Vic
toria. Beutou, who ws of hnmble birth,
was but a lad at Brighten when his par
ents died within a few months of each
other. It was shortly after these events
when the queen's ntteniiou was called
to tho yonug boy under rather peculiar
One day, while Benton was gathering
shells cn the lieach at Brighton to make
pincushions, which he sold to the sum
mer visitors, a yonng boy, nicely dress
ed mid about his own age, appearoil
upon tho scrno and scattered, with a
vigorons kick, tho accumulated shells.
Benton gathered up his treasnros, and
placing them again in a pile warned tho
intruder that, if ho reivvtrd 1L0 trick he
wonld givo him a "good licking."
Tho kick was repeated with even mom
vigor then before, and tho rholls were
Font flying ia every direction. Troo to
his word, tho "poor boy" eorndly
thrashed tho stranger. It was a close
contest at first, as the h.ds were quite
evenly matched, but tho more fully de
veloped strength of Benton linally
brorght him oil' victorious.
Just as the melee wxs over a gout Io
nian i:!id lady approached, and tho for
mer said: "Yon did quite right, young
man. We havo hcta tho whole traduc
tion. This boy is onr s;m, but ho was
the aggressor and received the thrashing
ho well merited. " A number of ques
tions wcru asked the lad as to himself
and his family. The replies told tho
boy's life, how the death of his parents
had brought poverty to himself and his
brothers and sisters.
"This is the qm," said the pontle
luan, who was 11r.no other than Prince
Albert, "and the young man to whom
yon administered such a merited whip
ping is the PriiK'0 of Wales." Turning
to the prince, 1: continued: "Yoa mn;t
send his young man ti school and pay
for his tnition out of your own pocket
money That cannot add to your punish
ment, bat can benefit this jioor lad with
whom you -picked such an uncalled for
Thus it was that Tom Benton met the
queen of England. Ho was sent to a
school about midway between Portland
and Dover. After completing his studies
there ho was taken into her majesty's
service and remained t here his t at ire
life. Between Bin ton anil tho Prince of
Wales thero Vfcs a strong bond of friend
ship, such as could e xist betweea trao
manly men. New Yolk Herald.
Aa Arrf .l r:i:.
"Spcr.kicg of falling fxirioucps, "
said the m:ui i:i tho iiovrligco rhiit. "I
rhall s:ever forget t!:o day when Bob
Wh i lo a ml I yon know 1 ; b ? were try
ing ov.r lr.ck e.n LcJ: !&r.;::ai. We hial
flshud for an luau, or 1110:0 and had
ruught only a fw littlo fellows, when
Ku:Wt-ny I ha.l ;-s wfnl blto"
"Aiul;h..n yi,u pulied inyourLne,
hand over hand, o::Iy ! lose a ten poroid
pickerel j.:st as yoa were abnnt t- l.md
him," interrupted tho fat laan sitting
eia the flour barrel.
"I bad anawf.il bite," tho fL-herman
re;;umei, without laAicin.-r his intcrrupt
er, "and I mashed tho leiiow as fi.:t cs
a d(xnnat. It v;is the biggt-ot mosquito
I ever cucerautcrcih " Bj.;ton Trau-
A llnnwhnlii Treasure.
D. V. Fuller, of Canajoharic, N.
Y., says that he always keeps Dr.
King's Xew Discovery in the house,
and It 13 family has always found the
very best results follow'its use: that
he would not bo without it, if pro
curable. (. A. Dykenian, elrnggist,
Catskill. X. Y., says that Dr. Kii:g's
New Discovery is undoubtedly the
best cough remedy; that he has used
it in his family for eight years, and
it has never failed to tlo all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a reme
dy so long tried and tested? Trial
bottles free at llartz & Ullemeyer's
drug store. Kcgular size 50c and $1.
!!! YOU EVER
try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not. get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and cure of nil
Female Complaints, exerting a won
derful direct influence in giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
yon hnve loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, feinting spells or aro
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dizzy spells,
tlectrie Bitters is the medicine you
need. Health and strength are guar
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only 50 cents at llartz & Ullemeyer's
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The best salvo in tho . world for
cuts, .bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
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money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by llartz & Ullemeycr.
rilrst Ille! I-llca!
Dr. Wli'.iann' Indian I'ili: Oirtamt will cr.re
MlDd bleeding, n lot rated and lch"ng pilca. It
ataorbs tho tumors. a!ly the itching at oner,
acis as a you'lice. gires in-tan t relief. Tr. Wii
1 uliin Pile Olut xcot is prepared cnlr for
niict acd iichmc of the private part, and lotting
Every box i tinmmerd, So'd by dm.--cm.
snt hf mjtit, fro)) cents ani yi per tnx.
Wiihaais yanofacturini; cotsuany. Froprietcrtf.
ClcTeiand, Ohio. ro'id by T. II. Thomas..
i iiery waa Kk. jrae hnr Cssbjria.
Woca nae tu a Ciuiii, abc cne- for e"asiorls.
Whea ane became Hist, ate dung to Caatoria,
ITfcaa afae had children, aae gase tlaant Cal m la.
Children Cry for
It Kecent mud Kapid Ikevrlopment Vpom
Before a recent mooting of tho Ameri
can Inttitnte of El.x-trical Engineers
Mr. IL Ward Leonard delivered an in
teresting address tii'U rloetrical engi
neering devcloimieuts in France and
England cs contrasted with thoso in
America. Ic its ciimmercial develop
ment of electricity America is placed
first in fact, far in advaneo of the old
vorK Jemntries but considered freim an
euginoring Ftandpoiut Mr. Leonard
thinks tho United States is lewiug the
lead it has thns far held. He lays the
responsibility for this condition of affairs
almost entirely at the txr of the great
electrical moncjiclies, which havo stood
in the way of progre ss, and particularly
iu preventing the trial of devices and
systems of w hich Europe presents varie
ties unknown to ns. Ho questions what
has boon dono in this country in the
way ef cicatrical engineering develop
ment sine-o Edison started his throe wire
lightning distribution at Suubnry, Px,
in 1H'63, and Westiughonso establishe-d
his cltcmatiug system with 1,000 volt
primary and 50 volt secondary a few
years later, and fr-prague started the
Richmond ele-ctric railroad in 18S7.
There has of cour.o bern groat extension
of installation along these lines.
We Lave, Air. Leonard says, tho best
three wire central station plants ia tho
world. Also the best alternating sys
tem, converting from 1,000 to 50 volts,
bat wo have practically no othe-r kind
of central station to point to. We are
operating 500 volt continuous current
electric railways at distances for which
2,000 volts idtould bo nsod instead of
000, ai'd after investing more money in
copper per car than thoeutiro cost eif tho
electrical equipment we still loso twico
much energy as is commercial in the
line. In England in alternating systems
a thteo wire secondary is used with 100
volts on each sido, and, according to
Ivlr. Leonard's view, thero was no es
enso except patents for a 50 vedt two
wins secondary originally, ami nemo
E-iVO tho iuci'tia. and prejudice of n largo
corp ration for continuing to put in tho
two wire secondary today.
Kotary tntusformers are uscel in sev
eral staxioiij in Enghmd for a e-eutinu-ens
enrrent, higii potential mcltipln arc
distribution, thosivondary iK'ing a three
wiro pysteui, and rou:v American inven
tions not patented iu England aro found
to havo been utilized in central station.!
there, whilo they havo beu neglected
ia tho land of their inception. Provi
A Trcs; YS-ith Four V1nR.
Tlio curiosity of fopical AfrieM is tlio
wotiderful Cying frog, first described by
BishoiT of tho equatorial African espc
riitio'j, which returned to Enropo in tho
fall of V6V4. This otldiry .f tho rcptilo
family in about tho izo of a common
bnllfr.-g and rc-rmblcs other liiemliers
of tho order of batruchiaus iu every
thin but its feet, each of which is
vAMiwi wul cnornjously tulargefl, i
uiue h si) r.i to form rplcndid sub.siitutes
for true wiag.i. Tho crearnro has live
toes on each of tho either two, whie-h
makes four separate membranes em each
of its hind fott and throe on each foro
foot, fir 14 iu all. In his description of
it Bir hoO" lays, "Each leg terminates
ia a sort tif fan, and with these tho lit
tlo reptile paddles the air like a loeust,
or liko a partially fledged bird testing
its pinions for tho first time."
Although Fomcwhat awkward iu its
flight, tho winged frog can dart through
tho air at a cpued of ubont ten yards per
Eccond and can kee'p itself going for
ward at that rate for from 10 to 15 sec
onds. Tho averago distance covered by
theso rpnrts of grasshoppcrlike flight is
from 75 to 125 yards, bnt Bishoff men
tions instances whero tho flying frog
cleared candy nt retches 200 yards iu
width. St. Loaia Republic.
Be IlfDied the Call.
An Engii.ih army officer tells an
amusing t tory of an incident that oc
curred at Maidstone many years ago,
iu tho timo eif the old cavalry depot.
On a e-ortain very foggy night thero was
a complete silene-o, broken only by tho
voices of the sentries who, at repnlar
intervals, passed the usual word down
the lino. Tho ellicer woke np just as
tho tu:nal watch was passing, and this
was what. l:o hoard: First sentry, "No.
i, and all's well!" Then there was
silenco for a moment, and a voice call.'d
into tho darkness, "Xo. 3, and all's
well, and Jo. 2's asleep!'' Before No.
4 could take up tho thread of tho pro
ceedings a voice in which moro than a
Euspicifm of sluiabe-r remained cried
hurrieelly, "No. 2, and all's well, and
No. 3's a liar!"
Tho word treaclo has undergone an
odel modification. At first it was applied
ench decoctions cf roots or other sub
stances aa were deemed beneficial ia
nodical practice. Then, as theso wcro
frequently sweetened, it came, to mean
any sweet concoction or confection, anil
lastly, as molasses was tho swoete'st of
nil, this naino was exclusively applied
The Small Brother Acaju
Mr. Conrtney (flatteringly) I had
tho bines when I canto hero tonight,
Hiss Fisher, but they arc all gono now.
Yon are as gixxl as medieino.
Miss Fisher's Littlo Brother Yes;
father himself says she'll bo a drug in
the market if she doesn't catch on to
some fellow soon. Philadelphia Times.
An Irishman, quarreling with an Eng
lishman, told him if he didn't bold his
tongue ho would "break his impenetra
ble head and let the brains out of bis
The sun throws vertical ravs on the
earth's surface only upon an area equal
to abont 35 sqnaro miles at any cue
In 1ST0 the Thames froae solid and
a fair was held on the ice. It waa kept
open for nine weeks.
YEARS OF INTENSE PAIN.
Dr. J. It. TFattM. drupels nj physi
cian, Hnaibnldi, Sicb lrho rrffored with
heart disease for four years, trying every
rome 'y and all treatments known to him
self nnd fellow-practitioner; believes that
heart disease is cnrable. llo writes:
"I wish to toll what your valuable medi
cine ba3 done for mo. For four years I had
heart disease cf tlio very worst ViaJ. Sev
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Rheumatism cf the Heart.
It wxs almost un-end-.irulilo;
pai.s, unable to
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scritio my snffcr-
taring th lat
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A FAMOUS COUPLET.
The ramillar Lines Which Have Keen At
tributed to Martin Luther.
Nearly everybody is familiar in ene
langttaa cr another with tho famous
old Oi lman :onplet attributed to Alar
tin Luther, a:id wbie-li literally aud
properly trsislated iuto English is ai
Who Invi't not wiro. wifu r.nd son?
licn.ains a f 101 his whole life long.
Tim supposed sentiment of the preat
reformer has be'cu qaot-l thousands of
trait's us h:s. and its antheniioity was
not qaeMi.med But neiv.-conn's a very
compete'tit authority Tho Lutheran Ob
server aud stontly insists that Lather
never wro'o th- lines, and that, in fact,
thoy mado :ho:r first ap(iraranco more
than 20(1 years after his death.
According to Tlio Observer, in the
year 1 7 T a well known Oii'tiuan poet,
Jjhu H-.-nry Voss. published i;t Ham
bar a small vi hime entitled "Museu
ahuanach (" Tlio AliiKiuao of tlio
Muses'") At the e-nd ef ono of tho
l"Q:;i-i in this kuuk ho phu-ed tie coup
let iu eierman;
Vi-r n::'l;t lit-lit w,in. wril nnil irsang
Xlcr tlciiit e:n nurr scin lt.-benliin.
Tc this effusion Wvsafii.wl tho namo
cf Lather. This cunsed a peiod deal of
coiuiueut and excitement. Voss was a
candidate for the position of teacher in
the Hamburg pymiKK-ium. The Luther
an pastors ot t!ie city protested against
his appointment liecansc Luther was not
the author of "tho couplet" which had
been attributed to him, and because
Voss had thus made Lnthor e'neourape
intemperance. But in spito of all that
could bo done in the way of denial aud
explanation tho line's literally oIuur to
tho fjre-at name and refused to bo sepa
rated, anil wo venturo ta say that com
paratively few down to tho prei-vnt day
ever doubtod that Lather was thyir real
As theccnplet espressos tho convivial
sputimeuts of mauy (Tormaus it is prob
able that it was a common piece of un
written German folklore even before
Luther's time. Some KiiRlish writers
havo mr.do tho lines into a bacchanal
rhyniti, with asinistor meaning, but tho
true version, cempliug "wine, wfo and
se.ug," espressos tho prcvailina senti
ment and cuntoui among Germ ins in
taking their wive-s and children with
them to tho parelens and other social re
sorts for recreation and amusement.
Ton Can Depend on It
That Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea
Cure is an instant relief for colic,
summer complaint, cholera tnnrbus,
diarrhoea, bloody llux. chronic diar
rhoea, cholera infantum, lilious
colic, painters' eclic. and all bowel
complaints 25 cents and 50 cents
at M. F. Dahnscirs e'ruj store.
Tor Over Firty Years
Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the ums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-live cents a bottle.
The Aug is. luc a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
BLACKING APPLIED AND
POUSHED WITH A BRUSH'
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
1 DUR6BLB S
Fitted viti the drcat "G. 6" jr Tires
O All Ramblcr Bicycles are Fully GuASANTcro s
McCABE BROS., Sole Agents.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
DrSsWalsh & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa.
DU. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Prorcssor intwoorchlcacu's
l'.-ading medical colleges.
Acknowiedccd by the Vcdical Profrssion. Arknowledecd hf tho Prem, Ainolelro4 hf
all as tfce World's Greati-it snd tlnij SccccssTol spcculiets in Chrotilc Kerroas. Private and
Mirgical Diseases of Nitn sexx-s.
COXSCLTATIOS FHEEl rKOMPT AXD PXKMAXZKT CCKEs!
ELECTRICITY scicntilicallv np-
pliod. neTTcms deliilitr. loss nanhno.L rxhanstivn
drains. r.ii'M losses. ief eeure mimnrj, t lircw urd
inHniiT, toss oi wiu voHcr, mental delusions,
WOMEN suffering from diseases of
extiausiion. di!iittion of Die lunrt, Hpp-p-ia.
or anv diseases vcruilnr to the sex. e!i'..cld rll
onthecn-st si ecislist and gel an opinion on ucr
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Sen of references and crot'.i'Utia'.s. If yon can
sot call, write. Hundreds cored liy mail.
The .r.'ir we have received for otir r ronrUiMc skill in mrinc rases lvon np as hopeless hy all
has compelled us to u. -Ins o nn in O'der to five the Ki;le a- well as the medical profession the
enf lit of our kucwiedrc of mmliclne and our Inimitable skill In the srtof purirery. Kemenils r your
family ph)sirisn is always welcome lo see ns t-ix-tntu. Wc sre will inn 10 spread our knowledm
and show our skill, and wo feel justly proud of the Hatlr (or.trratulations wa receive from tau medi
cal profirmoa for tho advanced medical alid surgical literature wc have wnttou.
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Dr. Psal'ss PciBnyraal Pills
They are prompt, sale and certain In reav.lt. The ror nfns (ir. Pcal'sl reTsrdia&p
coltu gent anywhere, Cl.'JU. Addruui'salUuuuaa.Ce., UcrU4nd,U.
-M r v;
For sale at Harier House Pharmacy. Rock Inlaid. 111.
Any Duck Suit in cur store
1 14 West Second street
BEE m HIVE
'for a quick after-dinner SHI he
APPUED AND POUSHED WITH A CLOTH?
Norse Bros, rr-ops,Cantcn.Mass,USA.
1720. 172t 1721 l.'2C and
1728 Second A v.
1)1L J. K. WALSH.
Late ot Clitrseo. fnrmcrlr Enrrcon lohii f nt
8U AiiUionyV II.iittal.
CATARRH. Bronchitis. Asthnrn.
early consnnifitfon, Rheitmatlsm, Nenrsltfta,
lyppemia. Scn.fQla, Sypkllis and all blood, liver
and kidney dircssea.
KUrrURK. Tiles. Fistula, Hydro.
wle and V'silenrelecnred Ujitbe latest and Bit
DOXT submit to a surgical opera
tion witlionl cmsiittinff na. Remember our Ions;
iMslial xr oca enables oa tu aave a II To
where others fall.
SURtHCAL ojierations performed
at rour U. mo when desired. Abdominal and
wain surgery a specialty.
DAVENPORT - IOWA.
Honrs to 12,
t to I. and
7 to H
Fail and Winter
With a complete line ot
Jackets and Fur Capes.
You are cordially Invited
to inspect our stock. Its
rarety will surprise and
please you. Ruy a Cloak
now for the following rea
sons: FIRST Ton get a better made
SECOND You pet a latter as
THIRD You save at least 2.5
per cent, for when the fea
ron begins factories hav
to pay more for making
garments and materials
LADIES desiring to make spe
cial Rejections now can se
cure a pari. lent by making
a deposit on it.
At Half Trice. Latest noTj
cities in Fall Sailors.
for $1.98, worth $5 and C.