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THE ARGUS, MONDAY", SEPTEMBER 16, 1895.
Published Pally MKl Weekly at MM Second
Ansae. Rock Island. 171. Entered at the post
oIBcc H second clue matter.
J. W. POTTEB
TBKa'e Daily. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
$2.00 per annnm ; In advance. SI. SO.
AU communications of a ciltlcal. or srgamenta
tveenaracter. political or religion., mnat hare
ral name attached, for publication. Ho auch
article will be printed over fictitious signatures.
Correspondence solicited troa every towniblp
In Kuek lalaod county. . .
Mondat, September 16, 1895.
An ollicial of the. Santa Fe railroad
estimates the corn crop in Kansas,
Missouri, Illinois and Texas at 900,
000,000 bushels, and the wheat crop
in tha four states at 45,900,000
With the addition this year, made
or projected, of 800,000 spindles to
the cotton mills of the sooth, repre
senting an investment of $15,000,000,
can't the republicans, well asks the
Springfield Register, see how illog
ical an issue the restoration of Mc
Kinleyism will be in the presidential
election next year?
Tub manuscript of the original
Hook of Mornun, as it was trans
lated from the gold plates of the
Ncpbites by Joseph Smith and his
associates, is said to be in the pos
session of George W. Sehweich, of
lticbmond. Mo. The Salt Lake
Hierarchy not long ago offered
1100,000 in gold for the manuscript,
but it was not for sale.
Jenme Bkown, a factory girl at
Itinghampton, N. Y.. befriended an
old man out of pity. Nobody knew
that he bad any money, but when he
died last wcek'he left a will and the
girl linds herself an heiress worth
$45,000. Kindness does not always
pay snch a big dividend, but the man
and woman who lives according to
the golden rule really gets more out
of life than he or she who is superla
A Wamhixuton telegram says that
a man in Illinois has applied to the
department of agriculture for seeds
of bamboos. He wants to grow them
on islands in the Mississippi river,
believing that the culture will be
profitable -from the wood and other
uses. Bamboos, however, are us
ually propagated from cuttings of
the roots; they rarely fruit. There
are nt least ten Asiatic species of
bamboo which might be expected
tnthrive in the milder latitudes of
Itrllllant Henry Wateraon.
Col. Henry Waterson's speech to
the (Jrand Army of the 'Republic
shows him, as says the St. Louis
Chronicle, to be one of the leading
orators as well as one of the leading
editors of the world. There are few
more feeling passages in the history
of oratory than this from Waterson:
We. too, have our graves; wc,
too, had our heroes! All, all arc
comrades now upon the other side,
where you and 1 must shortly join
Col. Waterson described himself as
the rcpreM-ntive alike of those who
wore the blue and those who wore
the gray in that great sectional com
bat, which, whatever else it did or
did not, left no shadow upon Ameri
can soldiership, no stain upon
American manhood. Who doubts
now, after the lapse of year!!, that
the verdict oi history upon the Amer
ican civil war .will be substantially
in these eloquent terms? It was a
tine, strong burst of that highest
oratory which Macaulny called reason
red hot with passion in which he
asked and answered the juestion,
addressed to the veterans of both
armies before him and to the peo
ple of the north and the south who
were to read bis words, bat is
left for you and me to cavil about.
far less to light about?"
You know what happened as well
as I do, and we all knew there does
not remain a shred of those old
issues to divide us. There is not a
southern man today who would recall
slavery if he could. There is not a
southern man today who would
lightly brook the efforts of a state to
withdraw from tha union. Slavery
is gone. Secession is dead. The
union, with its system of statehood
still intact. survives; and with it a
power and glory among men passing
the dreams of tho fathers of the re
ptil lie. You and I may fold our
arms and go to sleep, leaving to
votinror men to hold and defend a
property tenfold greater than that
received by us, its ownership un
clouded aud its title deeds recorded
The 30 years which have followed
the close of the great struggle have
brought no more gratifying pro
nouncement by an authoritative
voice of the real feeling cf tho recon
structed and restored south. The
north hails it with widespread and
abiding joy. because it affords an
other demonstration, and on a
national scale, of the truth nf the
sentiment quoted by the orator:
V. a oat not clialn the enclr.
And yon dare n-Jt brm die dove;
lint every pile
lute on. lo bate
Will open wide to lore.
Mr. Kendal and Servant.
The popular English actress, Mrs.
Keuda?, is a stickler forontward badges
of domestic? service. She openly avows
opinion that American servants
t.Mt Vail oA enw X- nivl -in
my h era so can wear a fringe. I tell her
plainly she mnst part her hair and comb
it neatly back beneath a cap, and she
mnst wear an apron and no jewelry,
bnt a ribbon around her neck. Only a
lady's maid may wear a brooch and go
without tho cap, bnt she mnst wear an
apron. They most wear their caps at
the theater too. Wiry, if they didn't I
would wear one myself ! There most be
a distinction made somehow."
Mrs. Kendal probably docs not re
member that 100 or so years ago the
social line of demarcation was drawn ct
actors and actresses. Dr. Johnson desig
nating them as "amusing vagabonds. "
Nor does she evidently take into account
that in this country those employed in
domestic service are snch an important
and independent class that an employer
has commonly too great fears of her
cook being tempted away from her by a
plain gold ring to stand at a brooch or
a string of beads. Kxchange.
A lady who had recently moved to a
new neighborhood was one morning
called to tho door by the violent ring
ing of the bell. On the piazza stood a
dapper little man who immediately
commenced talking at a rnilo a minnto
pace: "Mornin, ma'am. Dnnno wheth
er yon know me or not. Most of the
peoplo round hero da I'm the man that
The astonished lady thought that
some people claim distinction on very
strange, not to say unfit, grounds.
"Yes'm, have fits any time, any
place, " bo went on. "Liable to drop
right down iu ouo uuywhero. Spcct to
get a pension. ellin these wire hooks
for birdcage's. Every one buys some.
Give me anything they likes 5 cents or
23 cents. Everybody helps me, cos thoy
know I have lits liablu to drop right
down iu one anvwhere." The dazed lis
tener hastily gisvo him what chnnge she
had and closrd the door, thanking her
lncky stars that ho didn't feel called
upon "to drop down in one" right
there. Boston Transcript
Carinas, bnt Trae.
Although difTicr.lt to believe, it is
nevertheless trno that the death of two
half rasters, tho daughters of tho same
father, occurred 1 70 years apart. The
grandfather of the British minister,
Churles James Fox, Sir Stephen Fox,
married in 16 3 4, and had a daughter
bora to him in 16."i3, who died in the
conrseof the same year. Ho had several
other children, who grew np and mar
ried, bnt all of them died before the
father, aud withont issue. Sir Stephen,
not wishing his large fortnno to fall in
to tho huuds of distant relatives, mar
ried again at a very advanced ago, and
his yonngest daughter was born in 1727.
She, reached the ago of MS years, and
died in 1825, that is 170 years after the
death of her oldest sister. She saw
(Juecu V ictoria when the latter was a
child, while her half sister was carried
in tho arms of Oliver Cromwell.
Every person's feeling. have a front
door and a sido door by which they may
bo entered. Tho front door is on tho
street. Some keep it always open, some
keep it latched, soiuo locked, somo bolt
ed with a chain that will let yon peep
in, bnt not get iu, nn4 soino nail it up,
so that nothing can pass its threshold.
This front door leads into a passago
which opens into an anteroom, and this
into tho interior apartments. The side
door opens at once into the secret chain
ber. There is almost always one key to
tho side door. This is carried for years
hidden in a mother's bosom. Fathers,
brothers, sisters and friends often, bnt
by no means so universally, have dupli
cates of it. The wedding ring conveys a
right to one. Alas, if none is given with
it ! Bo very careful to whom yon trnst
one of these keys of the side door. O.
Ezekiel s reed was nearly 1 1 leet ; a
cubit was nearly 23 inches; a hand's
breadth is equal to 3 0-S inches; a fin
ger's breadth is equal to a little less
than 1 inch; a shekel of silver was about
2s. M. ; a shekel of gold was 2 ; a tal
ent uf silver was 400 ; a talent of gold
was nearly G,000; a piece of silver, or
a renny, was N?ed ; a farthing was
equal to J.;L ; n mito 'Vas less than
farthiug; a gerah was l'.,d. ; an ephah.
or bath, contained 4 gallons and 5 pints;
a bin was 3 quarts and 3 pints; an omer
was 11 pints; a cab was 5 pints. Lon
"I very mnch dislike to see an old
man smoking a cigarette," said Miss
dn Kane to voung Mr. GaswelL
"Why do you dislike to see an old
man smoking one more than a young
man?" asked Mr. Gasvell, as he com
placently puffed at a particularly odor'
"I don't "Pittsburg Chronicle-Tele
Ilia Disqualifying Possession.
Attoracv (for defense) Yon say you
J havo not formed or expressed any opin
ion iu this case, jfow, sir, what do you
understand by the word opinion?
Venireman Whv, I havo an idea
Attorney That will dm Your honor.
I challenge this man for cause. Chica
Anything; to Fli
Mndge See here, what did yon mean
by saving I wasn t half witted?
Yatislev What shall I say? That yon
are half witted? Indianapolis Journal.
A clever woman once gave a very
smart designation of a secret as some
thing for one, enough for two, nothing
Money is powerful for good if divine
ly used. (Jive it plenty of air and it is
sweet as tho hawthorn. Shut it cp and
it cankers and breeds worms. G. Mac-
The largest wine cask in tho world is
! , .Sa p.; ,i,i;i.mf., twi
j -Halle aux Vina Its capacity is 8B,
h. .t?auAsMuiuy VMavv
A GflEAT FISHERMAN.
Ha Could Lewd Ilia Prey From Water
Other Mrn Ftehed Blank.
Charles Grant had a great and well
deserved reputation for finding a fish in
water which other men had fished blank.
This was partly because, from long fa
miliarity with the river, ho knew all
the likeliest coJts, partly because he was
euro to have at the end of his casting
line jnst the proper fly for the size of
water and condition of weather, and
partly because of his quiet, neat handed
manner of dropping his line on tho wa
ter. There is a story still current on
Speyside illustrative of this gift of
Charlie in finding a fish where people
who rather fancied themselves had fail
ed a story which Jamie Shanks to this
day does not care to hear. Mr. Itussel of
The Scotsman had done his very best
from the quick run at the top of the
pool of Dalbreck, down to the almost
dead still water at the bottom of that
fine stretch, and had found no luck.
Jamie ishauks, who was with Mr.
Rnssel as his fisherman, had gone over
it to no purpose with a fresh fly. They
were grutupishly discussing whether
they should give Dalbreck another turn,
or go on to Pobl-o-Brock, the next pool
down stream, when Charles Grant made
his appearance and asked the waterside
question, "What luck?" "No luck at
all, Charlie!" was Russel's answer.
"Doevil a rise!" was Shanks' sourer re
ply. In his demure, purring way Charles
Grant, who, in his manner, was a du
plicate of the late Lord Granville, re
marked, "There ouc'ut to bo a fish como
out of that pooL" "Tak- him ont,
then!" exclaimed Shanks gruffly.
"Weil, I'll try," quoth the soft spoken
Charlie, and jnst at that spot, about 40
yards from the head of tho pool, where
tho current slackens and the fish lie
awhile before breasting the upper rapid.
be hooked a fish. Then it wa3 that Rus-
sel, in the genial manner which made
provosts Ewear, remarked, "Shanks, I
advise yon to tae half a year at Mr.
Grant's school." "Fat for?" inquired
Shanks sullenly. "To learn to fish," re
plied tiie master of sarcasm of tho deli
cate Scottish variety. Nineteenth Cen
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondale. Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract:
1 have no Hesitation in recommend-
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the
results are almost marvelous in the
case of my wife. While I was pastor
of the Baptist church at Rivcs'j unc
tion she was brought down with
pneumonia succeeding la grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing
would last hours with little interrup
tion, and it seemed as if she could
not survive them. A friend recom
mended Dr. King's New Discovery;
it was quick in its work and highly
satisfactory in results.'" Trial bot
tles free at llartz & Ullemever's drug
store. Regular size due and $1.
FOITR BIG SI.'fCESE!.
Having the needed merit to more
than make good all tho advertising
claimed for them, the following four
remedies have reached a phenomenal
sale: Dr. King's New Discovery, for
consumption, coughs and colds, each
bottle guaranteed; Electric Bitters,
the great remedy for liver, stomach
ana kidneys: miction s Arnica Salve
the best in the world, and Dr. King's
New Life Pills, which are a perfect
pill. Alt these remedies are guaran
teed to do just what is claimed for
them, and the dealer whose name
is attached herewith will be glad
to tell von more of them. Sold
at Hartz & Ullemever's drug store.
BUCKLBN 8 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, ana positively cares
Dues or no nav ream red. it is trnar
antced to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded, trice 25 cents per
box. for sale tv Hartz & miemeyer.
Trath. Teraely Told.
"Foley's Honey and Tar is one of
the standard medicines used in the
Working Woman's Home association.
at 21 South Peoria street, Chicago."
Dit. Blixx. Med. Supt.
"Foley's Honey and Tar gives the
best satisfaction here.
C. F. Rickhacs, Roscland, 111.
"My customers call for Foley's
Honey and Tar when wanting a good
cough syrup." J. II. Kusse,
For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drur
Rheumatism Cured In a Day.
Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action upon the system is reniarka
hie and mysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. Tho first
dose greatly relieves, "5 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Is
l'llra! rilen! Tilea!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oittmrr.l will ore
sllnd bleeding;, alecntcd and Itching pile. It
absorbs the toaiore, allay, the i:ctiing at once.
acta a a potL'tice, Ric instant relief. L'r. Wil
Uame' Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only for
pi!c and itching ol the private par", and nothir
elae. Every box Is guaranteed. Sold by druz-
?l!t, tent by mail, far 90 cents and tl per box.
William. Manufacturing company. Proprietor.,
Cleveland, Ohio, bold by T. H. Thomas.
Whm Baby vaa ack, wj hrv Caorta,
Wfrtg h Clill.1. ah-oVd t.- Oaworla.
War aha bream Vta. 4ie chmg to Cnatmta.
When she Nad Uildirn, je caUaeai Usatarfc.
Children Cry for
THE SOUTHERN SUMMER.
It la Claimed That While Lous It la No
Wrong impressions arc bard to eradi
cate from the human mind. Ia the
north and west it ia a popular delusion
that Eonthern summers are extremely
hot and oppressive, and that lifo hero
daring the enmnier months is almost
unbearable. This impression is formed
upon no knowledge of the matter, but
simply upon the assumption that, as
we are nearer the equator, it mnst
necessarily be much warmer than in
moro northern latitudes. An investiga
tion of the records of the government
weather bureau will show that there is
no ground for such an assumption.
Our summers are long, but they are
not unpleasant. The heat in the north
and west is much more oppressive dur
ing June, July and August than in the
6outh. Deaths from sunstroke are mnch
mere numerous there, and the heat is
decidedly more sniffy. Cur long even
ings are dehghtfnl, and a snltry night
is seldom experienced. Our laborers
work in the fields all day long, and
suffer less from the warmth than those
of tho north.
In a nutshell, onr summers compare
favorably with these of any section of
tho country, and our long, pleasant,
warm season is a decided advantage.
Onr farmers can commence to work the
land long before their northern and
western brothers think of beginning,
and can continue to utilize it months
after they have stopped. Ia tho towns
and cities the residents are esemptd
from heavy expenditures for warm win
ter clothing, and for tho larger portion
of the year tho only fuel buiucd is for
In comparison with the north and
west, it is doubtful if onr long, pleas
ant summer is not as far superior to
their short, blistering one as onr short,
mild winters aro to their long, frigid
ones. Montgomery (Ala. ) Advertiser.
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
Austin Bidwell tells in grapnic
style of his million pound forgery
on the Bank of England, his
adventures as a fugitive in Spain
and Cuba, his capture, trial and
twenty years' confinement in
English prisons. This is one
of the most thrilling narratives
from real life ever written. We
shall print it in serial form and
Hog Cholera Cured.
A positive enre for tog-ti.oVra or ary oiaor
direue to which the awir.e is suhjeo. It boa
a I ng hiatory, which wtiuM oreupy too much
auace at a Iarxe expenae of adre-tiiog. It
ha. been tbcroas hly tsated with pleaaii g re
eulta. Aa a ctolera remedy for thicket, and
tnrfeejc it tat no eqnal If it tv.U to do the
work the money will be refunded. Where it
1. weed once In a while bog cholera never
make. It. appeannce. Pot np In S pound
packages to any address on receipt of (S.
M. E. CARLIN,
1809 Washington St. DAVENPORT
no Bare iwtiB to rrarrt put
ouflrwfceh bav lcnu.cn. Ner
oaj.IrritAbU:. I7nk fror. NixbtiT
f (tat n?rre lifo RcM ? t l.GO r-avHcaprc : or Fix for
9f-v vMh a rritei rnimniM to rwre tsr mmwry
Tlm4(-. OTiarJl.a ?Krk- AddrvT RlYAti
CHKiilCAt CO- Atrenu fcr C. 8..ChcffO, ur jruO
SHanM TTaa EXIEFIELD'S a
H derfnl Inflnenre In .trefMrthenlr.clierfiT.tem
bTdrtvtne taronch the proper channel .Htm.
panties. Health and .irencta are guaranteed
to re.ait from Us me.
Kr w!i u bedridden for eiSitfra mnnths
after arlnt; BradfleM'a Penmate Kccuia,-
j. u jmixM.iv it , T-t-
SBRADFISLB UEOULaTOR CO., ATLAKTa. GA.
Sold by all Drnrirlsta nt It 00 rrr bottle.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE:.
fHICAOO. KOCK ISLAKD PACIFIC
Railway Ticket, can he pnrctmed or hair.
gaee checked at K Itr Twentieta etreei depot
ur c U I Jt 1 depot comer Fifth avenue nod
rt'lrty-ars street, r ran a. riomraer. Agent.
Duuvtr Lunlwd auuui..
Ft. Worth. Dearer A K.C.
"6 ami 8:oa am
r5 aml'll mopm
Orrra A IV a Hloine.
Omaha A Dea Monet Kx...
rOmana Minneapolis Kx..
ami S:sn pm
am 4 Mam
It 5:.A am
t :10 am
Denver. Lincoln Omaha...
(It. Paul ae atinneapors
Deiwer, Ft. Worth A K. C
amlt B:5S pm
pmJt t;V am
ml. ..a m.
tKar.aa. City ut. Joseph,
flora Island Washington.
tCh learnt Dee Motnea
Rock UlsndBrooklyn Ac...
t I 45
pmit 7 :!.!
prut T 40 am
Arr.Tal. t Departure. tSaily.eaceDt Sunday.
All others rtallT. Telepbono lOUi.
BUKLlNOTOrt KOTJTK-O.. B. A J. BAIL
way Depot First avenue and bizteccth
street, M. J. Youne, asrent.
TH4INS. ! UAn. I laanrf.
n't, Lonls Rzprvs. 7:00am, 7:'ipm
RU LiOnis Express.. 1 ' pm n:5n am
Merlins. lnir.quSt. Pail
ri'erlln;. Oub iqne A M.Panl
iruift.iued. flu Tn.vipotf jun
wn Pawenger I S:tV) pml m
Iuh:iqneM.Panl;t ?.n6am 8:Nlfm
Dally. tDaily except Sunday.
CEICAQO, allLWACKEK 8T. PACL
Kallwar Bartne Js Santhwestarti DlTtalon
DeptH Twentieth street, between First and
Second arennea, L. H. Oreer. Agent.
Mall and Express
Freight and Acroromodat'n.
Daily except Hnnday.
Dock Island Fxokia Railway
DerAt First Arenna and Twentieth street.
E. L. Ooff, agent.
Eastern Ex. "The Trilby", .j 4:35 am
Peonaa St Louis Mail fix... 8:0sam
Rxtres..... .......... l:!5nm
7 65 am
Peoria Accom. Frclcht ! 7:10 nm
Cahlv (via iSbi-rrard) Accom.! G'f am
vati'e Aocommouation...... 1 n:40am
rahlet Accoinmodation ! 8:&5pm
Passenircr trains leave C R. I. A P. rXnllne
avenue) depot five (5) minutes earlier than time
given. Train marked dai:y, all other trains
dally except Sunday.
DCRLIKOTOK, CEDAB RAPIDS
r-ortbem Ilailwar. derjot foot of Brad.
street, Davenport. Jaa. Morton, Oca. Tk't
b7 -co 1 m
blC :S5 am
fffcbt Llheny ' rjur
I bT :5 pm
b3:10 pta btl:'ia
al3:4epm ' b8:(iPan
a tKitv. puaiiv except bunaey. tunini; north.
floirg tto'ith and east. No. 18 runs between
Oedsr Xipids and West Libeity.
To the East via the
R. . & P.
In Effect Jane SO.
4 23 ami 8 00 ami 1 4" pm
C It I f Depot
Lv Kock Island
8 OS am
1 45 pm
Twentieth at Deiot
Ar IntlitiUH nulls .......
7 35 am
8 r-0 pm
7 05 pm
6 15 pm
9 f5 nm
II 20 am
5 00 pm
8 x am
7 47 am
A r Cincinnati
Ar Dayton.. ...........
10 in pro
8 1 am
7 80 am
Ar Jnckf-onvl le...... .
10 so am
8 25 pm
fi M :ti
8 10 pm
6 S3 pm
Ar M Louis
II 10 am
1 10 pm
j r Deratur
8 4.ri pm
li 06 pm
8 00 pm
7 IV rml
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
KOCK ISLAND TO 8T. I.OCIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through I'ekin, Hav
ana. Springfield and Litchfield.
Lines east of l'eoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
The Elrjjant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Blaxb. Maitcr; L. B. SctTta, Clerk.
Leaves Rock Island for Itnscatlna. New
Iioton. ikeittisbars:, Oqaawka, and btu
And Feidat, at 4:30 p. m.
Mce room and good meals. Special rates
to panic of Cve or more who wi.h to
make tbe roond trip. The Ynnng ha.
hfen very recentlr pnrrhaeed ai.d fltted
np for this trade, and is nr surpaiwed by
anyrhinson the Mistlssliipi Ijr elegance
GEOBCiE LAJIONT SOS. Agents.
TrTQ aro l:tn pm
4 KM pm; lltxnun
law -UIUb. ' UI U
BLACKING APPUED AND
POUSHED WITH A BRUSH'
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
MEN AND WOMEN
OF GOOD TASTE
j . Catalogue free.
j Gaxatvur Jtrrmnr Mra. Co.
ij Boston. CMraso. New York. Brooklyn.
IX'Uoit. Washington. Coventry, bo.
McCABE BROS., Sole Agents. I 1720,1722.1724126
J 1728 Second At.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.Walsli & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located in Davenport, Iowa.
. ... . ...
D1L T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Proiecsor in two of Chicago's
leading medical colleges.
Acknowlcdsred by theXcdical Profession, Acknowledged hy the Press, Acknowledged by
all aa the World's Greatest and Only Sii'cessfnl Specialists In Chronic. Kerroas, Private aad
hnrglcal Diseases of both seres.
UONSCLTATIOX FEEK! PltOMPT AND PERMANENT CCRES!
WEAK MEN. You that are troub
led with Kcrvons IKhllily, Lost Manhood. Ex
haustive Drains, Night losses, D f-cttve Memory,
Threatened Insanity, Loss of Will Power, Mental
delusions, sleeplessness, or any other symptom of
nervous exhaustion. You srtnold cotisu it 119 be
fore ii l too late. Delay Is fatal.
SURGICAL operations performed
at your home when desired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a spc-cialty.
The praises we hsvc received for onr remarkable skill in rorlne easea alven np as hopeless by all
has compelled us to ox hi means In order to give the wnple a well aa tbe medical prufesnou tbe
benefit of our knowledge nf medicine and onr Inimitable skill in the art of surgery. Kimimhrr ynisr
family physician is always welcome to Re n. operate. We arc willing to spread our knowledge
and show onr skill, and we feel Justly proud of the daily congratulations we receive from the m idl
es! profession for the advanced medical and surgical literature wc nave written.
Only corahle esses taken,
drcds cored by mail.
Best of references
Chicago Medical Institute.
Oflice, .124 West Third Street.
JOHK U. PABIDOtr.
PilRXBOlV & SOIff
Painters and Decorators
FAFZS HA273S113, Cio.302nrE2S. tto.
SHOP. 419 3oT.nt6.nth St, SOCZ ISLiUD. ILZ.
Any Duck Suit in our store
114 West Second street
FOR A GU1CK AFTER DLVNERSH1ME
APPLIED AND POUSHED WITH A CLOTH
Morse Bros. Praps.Contoa.Hass,USA.
Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
E. WALSH. '
Lata of Chicago, formerly Snrgeon -tn-Cbh f ot
8U Anthony's Uospltal.
YOU CANT afford to delay if you
are .ntTering wrth Catarrh, Bmorblus, Attim.
Early tfeiipiimptton. Hheainat'sro.Neuniltria, D s
-p-ia, trmfula. Hf phllir, hlnnd, liver, kidney li.
ears, rnpltlre. piles or hxlmcele. Our long hiia
ptial experience enables ns to save a life hen
WE CAN positively guarantee a
rariiral rnre of Varlo.icela In seven dara I yenr
painltps method. Women .uflVring from nterlne
or overlain troohlea of any natare come aad set
an opinion on jonrcase free of charge.
and credentials. If yon cannot call,' write. Hat..
Donrs to It,
to t. and
7 to 8
HKHBT A. PAKIDOM
Fall and Winter
With a complete line of
Jackets and Fur Capes.
You are cordially invited
to inspect our stock. Its
raretv, will surprise and
plt ase you. Uuy a Cloak
now for the following rea
sons: FIRST You get a better made
SECOND You get a larger as
THIRD You save at least 25
per cent, for when the sea
son begins factories bare
to pay more for making
garments and materials
LADIKS desiring to make spe
cial selections now can se
cure a garment by making
a deposit on it.
At ll&'.t Price Latest no
eltics in Fall Sailors.
for I1.9H, worthf5 and tS
s.??.!syt!& vvwar a: 1 rt
dress too wclL aud savs : "Xo girl in gallons.
Pitcher's Castoria. :
MaiiiuU tt tidier, r.UC& I5LA1, ILL.
Diamond. Joe Lin. Warebgoai:.