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THJ5 ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 189S.
McCASKRLN & McCASKKIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Bock bland and Ml an. Bock Island offlee
orerKreu Math a store. Milan office on
h. c. ooHacixr. d. oobu.t
CONNELLY & CONNELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Offlce over Thomas' drag
tore, corner of Second arenue and Seven
teenth street. ,-. - .v
JACKSON A HUBST,
Attorneys afcLaw '
OCBee In Rock
Island National Bank BulM
WILLIAM L. LUDOLPH.
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General leral buslces. No
tary public. 1706 beoond avenue, BufonJ
m. o. iwhiit. . cu. witus.
SWEENEY & WALKEK,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Offlee In Bents ton Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Offlce In court house.
McENffiY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security; make eollee
m Reference. Mitchell A Lynde. bankers.
Office, Mitchell & Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
Commercial and criminal
Mllclie 1 Sl Lynde building.
law. Room 4,
ALEX II. LIDDERS.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Nfonev to loan. Notary Public. Room SI,
Mitchell & Lynde build or.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 1SB7.
street. Office hours:
7 to 8 p. m. Sunday.
Offlee. EMI Twentieth
10 to 12 a. m.; t to 4 and
8:30 to 0.30 a. m.; 1:30 to
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Pbyslelan and Surgecn.
Offlee 1A07 Second avenue. Residence 800
weoty-fourtb street. Telephone 1110. Offlee
hours from lu to 11 a. ra: 2 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m, Sundays V to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
Children, also diseases of eye. ear. nose and
throat. Office hours 0:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p.
m. !cil Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
BCRKHART. U. D . . .
. . . MRS. HAD M. BCRKHABT.
DRS. BURKIIAKT 4 BURKHART,
Offlce Tremann block. Offlce hours 8 to 12
a. m., l to a and . to V p. m. r-none no. witi.
Rock Island, 111. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlce between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: 0 to 11a.m..
x to 4 p.m. and 7 to V p. m. NItfbt calls from
office. Phone 40S4.
DR. S. II. MILLER.
Veterlaary Surgeon and Dentist.
Alt diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed in a RCientitlo manner. LKS treated.
AU calls promptly attended to. Residence,
IwM Kiftb avenue. Telephone Ion I M7. Office
and lnhrmarv. 1615-1(117 Fifth avenue f J
Maucker's stable), opposite No. 1 Ore house.
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTII.
Offlce: Harper House Pharmacy
DRACK & KERNS.
Architects and Superintendent.
Skinner Block Seoond floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kind.
City store, 1807 Second avenue.
C. L. SILVIS,
. Over Krell ft Math v. 1716 Seoond avenue.
DR. a W. GRAFTON,
Rooms IS and lit. Mitchell Lynde buBdiar.
Ofltc aours front 8 to 14 a. ax aaa I U I m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Den lis V
Offlee hours 8 to 12 i
tli aiti in street.
. m., !:S0 to 4 JO p. m.
Opposite Ualoo onto.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
In the circuit court. January Term. 169.
Russell P Hampton vs. fisteila Hampton, in
Affidavit of the non-residence of the de
fendant. F.xtella Hamnuju, navtnif been tiled
la the cleric's office of the circuit court of said
county, notice in therefore hereby iriven to
ice saia non-resiaent aerenuant to at tne com
plainant filed bis bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on thexth
day of November, A. D. IK, and that there
upon a summons Issued out of said court.
wherein said suii. is now pending, returnable oo
the 1st Monday in the month of January next,
a is by law required. No w. unless vou. the sid
non-resident defendant above named. Kstella
Hampton, shall personally be and appear be
fore saiu circuit court, on tne iirst Oay or the
next term tberof. to be holden at Rock Isl
and In and for the said coor.tr. on the 1st
Monday in January next, and plead, answer
or demur to n id complainant's bill of com
plaint, the same and the matters and tbiniro
tnereis cnarxeo and slated will be taken as
eonremeo. and a decree entered against you
wvunuiix to ue prayer 01 saia Dili.
ukobcc W. Gamble. Clerk.
Kock island. Illinois. November a, 1st.
. ' Complainant's Solicitors.
Application for Sale of Real Estate.
To all persons whom It mat concern:
Notice Is berrby given that th undersigned.
WilneimNix, conservator of the estate of,
i an rtix, insane, will make applica
tion to the county court of Kock island
county, at a regular term thereof, to be held
at tne court oouse in the city of Kock Island,
in said county, on the first Mondav of January.
A. L. IKfcy. b'intr the seconddy thereof, for an
oraer ana uecree or saiu court, uirectinir him.
as said ronservaior. to Fell the following real
estate belong in if to said vid. or so much
thereof as shall seem to said court to the in
terest of saiu ward, situated in the count v
oi nut-K rysDu aiiu Mate ui Illinois, towlt:
1 he south half of tbe siuth half if the north
east quarter of section Thirtv-three 34 in
towr shio seventeen I7. north in ranve three
ci), west or tn fourth (4th) principal me kiian.
for. the support and D.vnient of debts
of said ward, and for the Dumose of investing
such of the proceed of said h le as shall not
be immediately requisite for said support and
payment of debts in other real estate, or of
otnerwtse investing the same.
V II.HKI.M NIX.
Conservator of Ca 1 Nix. insane.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
Adair Pleasants, Attorney-at-Law.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. (
in tbe circuit court, January term. 1899.
Kllzabeth standley. Mary J. Hessman. Mar
(raret llarrLs vs. William L. Morrow. James
Morrow. James uusenberrv. John Inisenberrv,
Hnma Fordham. Isabella Huber. May tnydam,
John V arnock Klias arnock. Fumuel W ar-
nock, r.unice u arnock and liessie Warnock.
Affidavit of the non-residence of John War
nock. JUias arnock. Samuel Warnock
Eunice Warnock and Bessie Warnock. im
pleaded with trie above defendants. William
!"i. Morrow. James Morrow. JamesUusenlterry,
fin ma t-'oranam Isabella Huber and Mav Snv
darn bavins been tiled in the cierk'softteeof llie
circuit court of aid county, notice is therefore
hereby iriven to the said non-resident defend
ants that tbe corrplalnants riled their bill of
complaint in said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on tbe ikl Oay i November. IsVS. ad
that thereupon u summons Issued out of said
court, wneremsaiu suil is now pending, re
turnable on the i.rst llrniliiy m the mou'h of
Jauuary. A I. 1810. next, a- is by 1 w required.
Now. unless you. the said ton-resident de
fendants above named. John Warnock. FJias
Y arnock. Samuel Warnock. Kunice Warnock
and liessie WiirtiocU. shall !erson:Uly be and ap
pear oerore saiu circuit court, on the first cay
of the next term thereof, to be holden at Kock
Island, in ami fur the said county, on the first
Mnaa in January next, ana piead. answer
or Omtjr to tbe said complainant s bill of com
plaint, mesane and the matters and things
therein cbirifed and stated will be taken us
confessed, and a decree entered against you
accoruiUK to tne praver or :ua uui.
Gbohi;k W. Caui.e. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois, November i, IHt-s.
A u.1 u PLKASA NTS.
Com; lainant's Solicitor.
Publication Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County, f
tx ih" riwiilt Court, January term, A. D.
M la cbanee y.
Ii..irv jjc... hi in vs. Klla McMillin.
Affidavit of non-residence of Klla McMi'lin
the above named defendant, bavintr been tiled
In the clerk s office of the circuit court of said
county, notice is therefore hereby niven to the
said non-resident uerendant that the com
plainant tiled bis bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
21st day of November, imx. and that thereupon
a aurumons was-issuca out of saiu court.
wherein said suit is now nendlnif. returnablo
en the first Monday in tbe month of Jan-
Oarv next as is by law required.
t Now snless you. the sahl non-resident de
fendant "above named, shall personally
be and appear before laid circuit court
on the first day of the nextaerm thereof, to
be holden at hock Island In and for tbe
said county on the UrMlMonday in Jan
uary next ana plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant s bill of complaint, the
same and tbe matters and thinirs therein
chanted and stated will be taken as confessed,
uud a decree entered against you according
to toe prayer oi saiu oui.
Ueokub W. Gamble, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. November 21. 1W.
S. K. Kek worth r. Complainant's Solicitor.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, f
In the circuit court, to January term, A
IKSn. Hill to remove cloud from title.
Hans JIartman, Sr.. vs. Mary Urovcr. the un
knowi heirs or devisees of Marj tirover.
deceased. Anna Penney, and the unknown
owners of the west twenty 20 feet of lot
number tvo 2 in block number two (2) in
that part of the city of Rock Island known
as and called penc-r ( use s addition. In
the county of Rock Island and state of ll!i-
niox. or of any ritfiit or interest t be reia. de
To all the above named defendants:
Affidavit of vour non-residence having bern
filed In the offlce of the clerk of said circuit
court notice is hereby given to you and to
iwi of vou. that tbe above named complain
ant ban tiled in said court his bill of Complaint
agaiist you on the chancery side of said court:
that a summons in chancery has been issued
in said cause against you returnable to the
next term of said court to be begun and hold-n
at the court h-iu.se in tne city oi kock xaiana.
in snid riiioir. on the first Monday of January
A. I. ItVW. at which time and place you wi 1
appear and plead, answer or demur to said bill
Of complaint, n y"
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, this second
day of December A . I ISw.
(JBoRGB W. Gamble, clerk.
Sweexet tc WAUtkB, Solicitors for Cutn-
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois. I
Sock Island Count v. I
In the cirouit court, to January term. A. D.
Thomas E. Smith vs. Ne'Jie E. Sml h. In
Affidavit of non-residence of the above
named defendant shaving been Bled in tbe
clerk's offlce of the circuit court of said
county, notice Is therefore hereby given
m tho said non-resident defendant that tbe
complainant Med hi bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on '
the rnd day of December. I, and that there-
irwtn a summons isaued out of said court.
wherein said suit Is now pending, returnable
on the second dy in the month ot January
....i na i hr taw rcnuircd.
Vow. unless you. the sid non-resident de-
i.m K)iv named. N. llie Sml'b. shall Per
son ally be and appear before said circuit court.
..n ,ti ffrst dav of the next term thereof, to be
c Rw-'u Island in and for the said coun-
. it,. iMvinil in January next, and
plead, answer or demur to tbe said complain
ants bill of comolaint. the same and the mat
ters and. thinrs therein cnargea ana suiica m
be taken as conf essea. ana aaecree tnirr
against you according to the prayer of said bill.
Rock Island. Illinois. December i l(K
Jamsu M. Buuklit, Complainant s Solicitor
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WHY 1NDIANSARE RED
A Legend of the Days When the
World Was New.
HOW THE ICE GCD WAS BAFFLED.
An Ancient Alaskan Story of Hero-
lam Beauty and Self Sacrifice Melt
the Heart of an Angry Mythical
In "Myths and Legends Beyond Otir
Borders" Charles M. Hkinner gives this
explanation ot? how the. Indians became
The Okanatrans, who once Scared in
an unomciul publication as the u Kan
aghans, believe in Skyappe and Chncha,
the good and bad spirits who are constant
ly moving through the air watching all
men, and they also tell of a heroine, one
Sd M ALT UlMiVE THK KEr.F.I TO THE KM) OF
THE ISLAND. liUOKE IT OKF ANU ruslltO
I f OUT TO SEA.
Scomnit, who waa prent and strongr and
ruled the island where tho first men lived.
Ill is was lontr. lonff ao, when tne sun
was eo young that it was only ns largo as
a (star and there was very little earth to
This island was far in the east and was
settled by white Ri:.nts. War nroso among
them, and tho noise and slaughter so ex
asperated Scomnit, their queen, that' 6he
drove tho reliels to tho end of the island,
broke it oU and pushed it out to sea. This
frnKincnt with its inhabitants, now too
busy worrying to fight, driftetl for many
dnys and was so swept by storm and so
lucking in food that one by one the people
died, all but man and his wifo, who do
sertcd tho derelict, for it was waterlogged
nd Kinking, and paddled day and night
in their can no until theycanio to America.
then an island fringed with rocks, and
landed on what is now the territory of the
from them came all tho people of the
western world. Hut, alas! they were no
longer white. After their days of exposure
to the btin they lind been burned red from
head to foot. Here tho descendants of this
pair shall dwell until the lakes and over
flowing rivers deep benentli us shall melt
tho foundations of the world and it will
float away again, that timo to ruin.
This is a story of Alaska. It tells of the
bafilinl ice god :
Thirty cr forty miles up the Stickeen
river, in Alaska, is a glacier 25 milos long
and oO miles wido, a stupendous ice mass
that is a part of tho bridge once flung
across tho river. A god of this region.
who hud most power in winter, closing
tho smaller streams, covering the moun
tains with white, stripping the foliage
from the trees and covering tbe inlets with
lloea, was angry at tho spirit of tho Stick
een for its refusal to submit to the power
of tho frost. As the long winter came on
brooding and threatening, the god shook
his spear of icicle in triumph and began
bawling his orders in a north wind voice
that roared and echoed with the cliffs and
shook all the loose snow out of the passing
The Stickeen went dancing and frolick
ing to the ocean, without any notice of the
god, until, filled with wrath that one child
of nature, should disobey him, ho gathered
from the mountain side great masses of
lee and snow and flung them across the
stream. He could not close it, but he
bridged it and shut it from tbe air and
sunlight, and the people who bad gone to
it daily for fish were frightened and asked
its spirit what could bo done to make it
free again. Crushed and shamed, the spirit
made co answer, but the god cried in his
stormiest voice that ho must hare two lives
to pay for this disobedience, and must
have them soon, or he would visit his
wrath upon ail the men who lived along
An old chief askod who among the com
pany would make, tho sacrifice make it
by t!.t most dreaded denth of drowning.
His people shrank away, and there fell a
silence. But presently a young woman
arose and said in faltering tones that she
would die to save her people. At this a
young warrior sprang up proudly and
cried that he would be tho other to make
this gift of life. A canoe was brought to
the shore sadly decked with earrings for
the last voyage ot the two, and they were
bound so that they might not attempt an
escape when the boat swept against tbe
Ice bridge and sucked into the deeps be
low. Tearful farewells were said, and the
boat was pushed into tho stream. As it
neared the low arch of ice the people turn
ed aside that they might not see tne trog
edy. But there was no tragedy. Pleased
and touched by the willingness of these
innocent ones to give their lives for his
selfish whim, the god stamped on his new
made bridge, and a part of it fell into the
water, leaving a space by which the boat
was carried by tbe river Manitou in safe
ty. Then it swung to tbe shore and
grounded. Loud were the cries of praise
and quick the release of the willing cap
tives, who were led back to their camp in
triumph. And tbe god desisted from his
battling from that hour.
Professor 7oo bad 1 One of my pupils
to whom I have given two courses of In
struction In tbe cultivation of the memory
has forgotten to pay tne, and the worst of
it is I can't remember his name. London
It FariniialF Mary tVollitonrrrnft.
Conspicuous among the brilliant ar-i
beautiful women cf her time wa tho
lovely and every way unfortauate Mary
Wcllfitonecraft Godwin, the first agita
tor of the question of 'woman's rights.
No woman, with tbe exception of Mine,
da Stael, made eo ijreat an impress-ion
on the public niiaK. Her new and
startling doctrints were seized with au
avidity scarcely credible at this day,
and her famous bock, "The Vindication
of the Rights of Women, was the
theme cf the most universal praise and
Thcmas Paine, tho author of "The
Rights of Man, was one of her fa
miliar acquaintances, but their inter
course was an argument, their views
neither on this subject nor any other
coinciding. 'In these arguments Paine
either lost his temper or became sulky,
and tho woman champion won au easy
Until her marriage with Mr. Godwin
she waa the friend of Mrs. Siddons, bnt
she, with the majority of her admirers,
declined tc sanction this union, for she
had married some years before an
American called Imlay, to whom she
had been a most devoted wife. The
man, however, took advantage of the
fact that the marriage was only a civil
one, performed in Paris, and deserted
her. She then married Mr. Godwin,
bat this act placed' her in n position no
charity could explain away. Death,
however, soon covered her faults with
a pitiful oblivion, fetie leit an infant
daughter a few hours old, who after
ward became tho wifo of Percy Bysshe
Those Black Eyes.
"The small sen cf tho people, " says
the Philadelphia .Record, "and his lit-
tie sister wero inside the great West '
Philadelphia church for the first time.
'Urn m mv!' but it's a beaut place,'
he whispered. 'I bet people wot belong
here comes every timo dey can.' Her
breath tamo to her in little gasps. Her
soiled little finger pressed on his with
thrilled intensity. Her eyes feasted on
the splendid chancel. 'Heaven nans' be
nex door, she said. They hardly moved
throughout tho service, and never once
let go each other's hands, for it was as
a strange laud. At last the sweet voiced
procession of choir boys came down the
aisle. At its head was a slim yonug
seraph, with a fuco as fair and pure as
the linen ho wore. Faint, dark circles
beneath his eyes completed tho ethereal
'Is dcra angels?' the little girl be
gan, but stopped short, surprised at the
look on her brother's face.
'Dat kid in front's Bill Griggs,
wot I licked i.st week ferswipin t'iugs
from ole Mrs. Maguire's apple stand.
He ain't get over dera black eyes I gey
im yet. Como on, let's git out His
face was stern and set as they went.
She furtively wiped a tear."
Tvtaln's Material For Stories.
In Beilin, when one pays his fare to
tho conductor of a street car, he receives
a ticket, which is soon afterward col
lected by an inspector, who boards the
car at a fixed roint. One day, jr.st as a
joko, Mark Twain paid his fare 15
times on o:io trip, each timo throwing
the ticket out of tho window or under
his seat as soon as ho had deposited tho
regular faro with tho conductor. A few
minutes later tho inspector wonhl get
on the car and demand tickets all
around. Of coarse Twain had none to
show and had to buy another, apparent
ly with reluctance. The performance
amused tho American, domfounded the
conductor, who had never met so reck
less a passenger, and tickled tho native
passengers, who thought the foreigner
well punished for his negligence. By
this modest investment material was
obtained for a capital story, which net
ted Mark Twain just $500. Ladies'
C. SPEIDEL IS AGENT FOR
rTvc:.4 1 1 11 1 ' '"" " ,irfWi '" 1 " ' ' """:zsm
ON SOILED LINEN
IS THE AIM AND OBJECT OF THE
Koclt Island Steam Lannrirj
Now located in their own new building at 1814 Third Avenue
Drop a postal or telephone the wagon will call
FARO BUILT THE CHURCH.
Elanop Put Vp a Ciood Ficht. accf toe
Sports t l.lMiod In 1 .S,;tt.
Eishop Worthiugtou of Omaha is new
a strict churchman. His sermons are
severe in doctrine ana nolct cut littia
hope io sinners nuless they repent.
However, tbe bishop knows human ua
tnre. He learned it in tho be-t school
for au edecation of that kind the far
Years ago, when Mr. Wortiiington
was a recent graduate fio:n the theolog
ical seminary, he began his gospel work
in Butte, Mon. The town was then a
mining c-aiup puro and simple. It had
saloons, dance halls and gambling
rooms, lint neither church nor school.
Its inhabitants weie rough, tough and
ready manliness was their god, and it
was this manliness which made the
est what it is.
At college Wortiiington was & boxer
and au oarsman. In Butte tbeso accom
plishments served hint well, for they
gave him a. strong arm and a quick eye.
His gospel services were held in a tent.
There was no money to build a church.
Due day as he wa s walking along the
principal street the Lolly of the town
Do you want to xignt? ' asked the
'So," replied tho clergyman. .
"Then take that!"
Bus "that" never came. Worthing
ton warded off the blow, and with bis
good right St sent the Lully to grass in
That night tho affair was talked over
in Cy Henry's gambling house.
"I like that chap Wort hiugton," said
Hill Johnson. "He strikes a good blow.
Let's all play for him tonight."
The proposition was agreed to, and
tho next morning 1,S00 won at faro
was presented to tho minister. That
money bnilt tho first church iu Butte,
Field and tlie Street Arabs.
McClure's Magazine relates the fol
lowing aaecdotoof Eugene Field, whose
fondness for children was his dominant
Never was a man rnoro devoted to his
wife. Nevertheless on the day that
made her his ho was guilty of keeping
her waiting for him at the church. Tho
bridal party had assembled and were
rapidly becoming uneasy. At length,
after an anxious delay, some one went
out in eearcb of the missing bridegroom.
Ho was found on the street a short
distance away, down on his knees in
the mud, absorbed in settling a dispute
between two small street arabs, .which
had arisen ovei a game of marbles. Lis
tening with eager interest to the testi
mony vociferated at either ear by tho
belligerent parties and their friends and
trj-ing to evolve a peace compromise
out of a very lively quarrel, he was ab
ruptly reminded that just then ho had
something more important to attend to,
and hastened penitently away to make
his anxious bride Mrs. Field.
She IVna I'niluly Excited.
Bishop Selwyn was a hard worker
and never spared himself. He was one
day seizin;: an hour's much needed sleep
on the bench cf a little roadside station
in Derbyshire, en route for a confirma
tion. A lady of some social distinction
and her daughter wero on their way to
tho Eame rite, the daughter as a con
firmee. They went to the solitary porter
and said they were afraid to pass the
drunken man on ,t,he platform, to
which the porter replied in tones of
much solemnity, "If you please, my
lady, it's the lord bishop!" Mainly
A writer in Loudon advertises to fur
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to become authors, but can't write, at
so much a volume.
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now to err.K a cou ovrrt night:
Partivulrir attt'titluu shouM to ivi'u to t!ui
tlfwticua. as iueuu:onIu. broiK'Mlis aiul cut.irrh
ftcerully have tfcrir ori'n lu a etioiiiKn c.M.
Wbn you tiitki? tLi- first syiniiuniis of a mil,
go Bt tu-t- to tin- iwari'st ilrulst iin.l jmrvlui
a trial uutlit of ,l!yuuit,I Uu (Vlitsl; us' t;:i..
InhaltT. ttbi-h can lw carrUnl in t!it vi-st i.Kk,'t.
for t.n minutes rvt'ry l:tur i.f:.m'r IT ilosiuli.
end nn rojrinjt uioistrn a plroo tlaruM'l v. ith
from ton -to fifteen ilro.s of Ilyuin. ! .ana I'ln
to the- nlebt robo. T.iig will positively euro u:iy
couiniun eohl lfii.-o i:i,rnin;.
For. IIISONCIIITI:-: I'lar. tli. ii:!ilr In 111.'
icoutli. anil l.y breathing naturally iiilUnr tin"
permlcICe to rra baric on.l forth tbrousli tlie
broDibUl tu!ip for ten minutes; tlila KbouM
be reriratitl .It le.irt twice every liour until
cure Is effected. la s-Tcre cacs the throat
BtouM le rul'lieil with Ilyomri l'.alui un retir
ing. TLcso Ulrectiors followed carefully will
IT CURES BY INHALATION, AND IS GUARANTEED
T'ViVyKl trial Mitfit. C" cents. rteciiUr rrntftr. $1.(0. Kxtra buttles liYoVill. .".0 cent?.
HYliMF, i: I.M iii win l. Tfel h' ii lei I. 2.". reins.
HVOMKt PYSI'Kl'SIA iVUI". c'lirnnte.d. r.i rerun. i ud for folder nnd tlie "Story of
Hjuum;!." At rll tl: umilsts' r li' laail uu lectin t of iicc.
The Elixir of
Nave You Cot li?
If not. consult
Who Has Cured
Our Flectric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic
ble by Others.
NERVOUS DEBILITY. Exhaustive Drains, Sleeplessness. Threatened In
sanity. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhuuMttor,
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Wood,
Kidnev, Liver nnd Sltln Llseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advance
system of medicine.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Dehility. Why treat
months with others when we Riiarantee you a permanent cure In seven diysby our painless
methods. Hydr cele cured in three days no pain.
WOMEN sutlerini; from diseases peculiar In her sex, should consult us. We
have cured many cases given up as hopeless, and we may bj able to cure you. SunMeal
operations performed at your home if desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TEST1MONLVLS ARK THE REST. The mini
erous acknowledgments we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable cures
In both medical and surgical eases Is proof conclusive that our advanced tuullioils cure
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult us at oui-e anil
regain your lost health. There is a maze In every disease tn.tt can be cured. Have
you passed that, stage? If not. do not experiment, nnv longer, but consult us at mice. Kur
thermore. we oiler tl.OOO to any one provintr our eredentiuls false We inaKi; it au object
to Investigate ours. No other specialist t ffrs such a fair prohibition. ONLY riJUAULK
CASKS TAKEN. Best of reference und credentials if vu cannot call, write, ilun
dreds cured by mall. Hours tf to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to . Sundays, 11:30 tj 1:3a
OFFiCE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CULLOUGH LTILDIXG, DAVEXPORT, Ia
A Provoking Task i
C7TND ONE which ia enough to make the righteou pro
yl fane and be forgiven. Is an old stove that won't draw
when one is in a hurry for their breakfast. When
yon can bnj a superior stove or range that is handsome and
nsefnl. a good baker, and of the vary best manufacture,
that we sell at snch low prices why bother with a use
less old hoik.
relieve the worst e.-.se of nnnrhltls la a ff
liur. utiil cure tin ilicast' in a ftitirt time. In
fjrt. a few uuii:ii:il' iuluil.iiliii. now an, I linn,
lln u:;li tin i!:;y will prvw nl any .s,llillty iff
J.uir lillliC ::llli tiil with II. .s .l':e:'.se.
CllOt'l: 1MUII1 liee.1 lane l f.'.ir tif til's
il.-ratl illiiease villi li.v..a?ri" i.i the li.mse.
Twenty iln:iA iilaenl iu a ilaum I anil piaai'.l
to tiie i!;il.l's nlsV t with :.n a:'lent'.ui nf
Hymuci 3:a!ta i!!i-;!c!i i tie fiioal, IU' t
euro i;ie re!i f nn-1 lai-nk t-.n tire ltscast v.Mtt:ln
CONSrvmoN: Villi lire."'.n:i re.ir.lln- I'aO
treatment an.! euro i f iHk l;-rr!l:. wo:irj;c ean
bp foii::. at ai.y il:ui;:sl's i:i a little Ira-it call 1
The Ktoty i f Ilyutuel," X ill te sect by
r.iall. free of c'.:r.rr.
11YU.MI-.I" la a new Dry .!r Oenn'.-M.- :!
covered in AtiMraMa. a::d W t'.a- caly K-!lUe
c"re for i.io asi-ij of the respiratory ori;aUo eve
Life is Health
DR. J. E. WAI.SH,
T.ate of Obicuiro. former
ly Nuriri-on-iii-Clue-f uf St.
Anthony s hmiiitul.
Diseases Pronounced Incura
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.