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THE ABGTJS. SArURDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1900.
WAS A NEW YORK GIRL.
She Betma W ith m Title mad With
Praipecta of More of tlie Same.
Among the numerous transfers In
the diplomatic service consequent up
on the retirement of Sir Horace Rum
bold from the embassy at Vienna and
of Sir Henry Prumniond-Wolff from
the embassadorship at Madrid the one
more immediately concerning the Unit
ed States is of Lord Claudcboye to the
post of second secre tary of the British
embassy at Washington.
Viscountess Clandehoye, known dur
ing the early years of her marriage as
Science arid Skill have
May 2. H00.
worked together for.
fVime time aeo I suffered
with general debility from over
work. Lsini aooetite and strength.
over thirty years to
There seemed to be no relief, and
the medicine I took did not help me.
I was advised to try 'Warner's Safe
aort lam cleased to say that it
secure the results
did all and more than you claim for ft
and made a well man of me in a snort
time. It therefore has my hearty
endorscmsm. JOHN POTTS.,
2595 West Ashland Avc. a
Trcs't Chtcaso Cricket Club.
rres t Koyal tlort. Soclciy.
l May 5, 1900.
6 jr Virnrr's Sale Cuw is a
ff splendid remedy for buildinp op l
If a broken down constitution. Some-iA
E It years ago my system was com-
f pletely run down and after using three
u 11 Dottles I felt Hke a. different person, and 11
F f when I feel "a little worn out a. few It
I VL doses are always of great benefit. 1
J V Yours truly
I P. GARDNER,
' Gen. Delivery, care O. L. Knight.
I L. Treasurer VhitSng Gospel
I - s. Temperance Club. '
URSEST S10VE PUM IN THE WORLD.)
Jewel SUrv(B turn void by
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n Endless Array.
Our stock is rvplete with the most exquisite
assortment that avc have shown in years. We
It f rep all grades, but the lowest quality jtarts at
Kood and goes up. A taste for the beautiful
makes you appreciate our assortment and we
are giving luxurious effects at plain prices.
OUR CARPET AND RUG
Is something that is bound to please you. Our
selections for this fall and winter offering in
clude the choicest things bought early while
Ltocks were complete and which we are selling
at prices that make sales satisfactory to shrewd
buy ci s.
Don't miss our line. Come and see it even if
you don't buy.
lGinann & Salzmann
Cor. Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue:
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in spring- suiting will be
found now. " on display at Gus Englin'a. Spring suits
1 18. f '20, f'22 and $25 and upward. Call and examine
GUS ENGUN. 1 SOS 8aeonl Ail
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The raU el three railf:on SitUes c4 this elegant hair dresainp; n Lotted tares and Great
Britain U iS'sj prove Uijt It t 3 surpassing merit and ducj eil that is ciaimcd tor it.
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your L .. i li.cna.
Prcvrut hair fj:Un(r after sea
One Boltla Doas li. large soc bottles Al Leading Crugghi:.
fTZSE1 SOiSP GZor
Coot tor 25c C ' o
Cut nut and ain t:is O
in f.ve Hi'" r-.d tiVe it t.- ar.y of tfci fel.cw-j t
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bct soar T--i l r Hair. ci;i. itunpiciton. Huh jnj T.v.'st. hoih !. r l-iny crnts : rfru.ir rc-a
price. 7 ccnt Thu oJ5er t joxi ice r. ..;- to aw tirii-. reiicemed by leading ilruce't c ()
here a', their shops onl . , r I v i! c IOM)0 4 MPLY C-.. rircailay. Sew ork. c -.er
ita ur (f'uiit ly cx.-tia. i rci.j. ia rU'x til sj:iij'.-c oa recent w- ' '- jr u.
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For Sale bv Exclusively T. II. Thomas, IC30 Second Avenue.
I.ady Terence Blackwood, is a New
York girl, daughter of John II. Davis
of Washington square, and on the
death of her husband's father, the now
infirm and ailing Lord DuCTerin, she
will become Marchioness of. luiffcrin
and Ava ai:d a peeress of the realm.
Lord Clandeboye, wlio at present is
secretary of tlte British legation at
Stockholm, became heir to his father's
peerages and estates through the death
in action in South Africa of his eldest
brother, the Earl of Ava, a well known
and popular figure in Nov,' York socie
ty. New York Journal.
The Royal Mnnrniiifr.
Nothing recent has shown the sweet
womanly characteristics of the Princess
of Wales more than the inscription she
caused to be hfflxed to the wreath sent
in her own name to lay on the eoftin of
the Into Duke of Saxe-Ooburg. It read:
"To dearest Alfred, in loving memory
from his devoted sister Alex. Sleep,
our beloved, and take thy rest! Now
comes peace! flood night!" Another
from the Prince of Wales and the
princess was of white lilies tied with
white riblon. It was inscribed, "To
our brother Alfred, as a token of affec
tion frcm his devoted and sorrowing
brother Battle and bis sister Alex and
their children." The queen's wreath
was in a scheme of red, white and blue
in scarlet geraniums, white stocks and
heliotropes and bore the inscription,
"From his sorrowing mother, the
queen." Tliere was also n immense
wreath of oak leaves at the foot of the
coffin marked, "Prom his three sisters,
Helena, Louise and Beatrice." Thesa
wreaths were placed with the coffin in
Grandmother' Finer- the Ilajre.
"Any girl finding a bit of antique em
broidery, an old brooch or fob, is now
the envy of her acquaintances," writes
Emma M. Hooper in The Ladies' Home
Journal. "The fob is worn with the
chatelaine watch; odd brooches are Bet
as belt clasps and the embroidery fig
ures as a yoke. V or rovers on waist or
jacket, no matter how odd the silk,
cloth or velvet may be or where it
came from, so long as it is antique.
New buttons for ornamental purposes
for buttons are not supposed to be use
ful nowadays resemble old fashioned
brooches, and lovely pendants are of
the ancient miniatures. Grandmoth
ers who saved such hits are now in
high favor. Tor ltHX) is a dressy year,
with bizarre effects softened by good
taste and beautiful tints. Black trim-
mings may be worn with all colors.
Much white and cream for neckwear
and fron tings are correct, and the com
bination of black and white is accepted
with favor. Quantities of garniture
are lavished on the corsage."
The final decision in regard to the
bird law seems to be that the trade can
buy nud the people wear any of the
goods offered in the market. The pub
lie may not Lave known what many of
the manufacturers knew that many of
the high priced feathers supposed to be
the feathers of song birds aud rare
birds almost extinct had graced the
homely barnyard fowl originally. The
beauty and artistic finish and color are
due altogether to the skill and taste of
the manufacturer. It may not be
agreeable to know that the high priced
feather in one's hat came from a bird
that cackled Instead of warbled, but
we feel impelled to divulge the truth of
the homely fact at any cost to soothe
the sensibilities of the whilom Audu-
A Chirmins Chineae Woman.
Mk. Wu. wife of Minister Wo, was
reared unlike most Chinese girls. She
was fortunate enough to be educated.
She had a private tutor and was taught
the generrd thlncs," literature apd his
tory. "What with the little hands and
feet. says the Washington Tost, "the
sweet smiie. th? temper that knows its
sway, the ebony hair and gra?e In the
rncvemcnt of her fan. she Is charming
enough a dainty little picture from the
quaint land across the mas. Like the
minister, Mrs. Wu is very popular, not
ouly in her Immediate neighborhood,
but everywhere she has been In Wash-
There never was a period when so much attention was given to the culture of health as today, and not
without good cause We must prepare to tight against the prevalent scourge of Insidious attacks upon the
kidneys. The pressure of lite Is Increasing, The prevalence of kidney disease Is Increasing, weakening
constitutions and impairing digestion.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
OF THE DAY FOR
KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES,
May 30. 1900.
I am very glad to speak
a good word for Warner's
Safe Cure. Three times during
the past few years I have felt very
much worn out from overwork, and
each time a bottle of Safe Cure has
completely restored me. I find it of
especial benefit to nervous people who
suiter from insomnia, it is a b"
inducer of sleep.
MRS. A. R. LAUGHLUM,
Sec oiue Kibbon Temper
Brlght's Disease, Indigestion and Debility
WARNER'S SAFE CURE
The Blood is the Life.
Therefore, purify the Blood by the way of the Kidneys
This is Nature's way of doing it.
And the way WARNER'S SAFE CURE does it.
yFrce sample of Warner's Safe Cure sent on application.
Address, WAKNKU S SAFK CUKE CO., Kochestcr. N. Y.
knew the value of
Safe Cure, the doctors would
not have much to do nor the un
dertakers either. My health was
completely broken down two years
ago, and I suiierea continually wuu
liver and kidney trouble, also female
weakness, but Warners Iate ure
healed me m three months and 1 am
in fine physical health now.
MISS L. L. SMITH,
Chaplain Chicago Ave.
Lodge I. O. G. T.
"A Speecb That Mndeo"llltr
Edward Ilanlan, ex-champion oars
man of the world, related a good story
of how he delivered a speech after
winning his second race in England.
His first victory had found him unpre
pared. He was ready for his second
with a specif composed for him by a
newspaper friend neatly copied out on
pnper and stored away for use In his
Vhon the crowd outside the club
house insisted uion swing and hearing
the winner, he was helped out uion a
window ledge by his friends aud held
there by the coattails and the legs.
The crowd cheered him wildly. He
was too confused to speak. They
cheered him asain. He throw out his
hand In a iresture of helplessness and
moved his lips in some inaudible mum
ble of apology for bis inability to deliv
er a siocoh. They could not hear on
account of the noise that they were
themselves making, but they encourag
1 1 him with a generous applause. He
saw his escape and proceeded to shake
his head and work his lips in a fine
frenzy of oratory, gesticulating elo
quently and smiling his thanks. The
noisy and good nntured crowd cheered
him to the echo, and his friends drew
him in from his precarious position on
the window ledge.
"You carried that crowd along In
style," they congratulated him. "What
did you soy? We couldn't hear you."
"Yes. Give us an Idea of your speech,"
the reporters put In, drawing out then?
Ilanlan took the manuscript from his
pocket. "Here's the whole thing," he
said, "Do you want it all?"
"Well, rather," they answered. "That
speech made a hit." Argonaut.
XThi, Cess, j ou young vixen I
Now, Nellie, your foot.
Po, ionp-la! YoiVve not licrl
Tho boauliful lir.itc!
Hold lur in l .r a iiHinicnt;
One liitih to my tirih,
Arv.1 l '" with you, i:iy laa.
For the ends of the earth.
Now, Duroc, 'my hrrn,
lie laroful, diar heart!
Bhe is fresh .is the fountain ,
And rank for a start.
You fear notV" Oh. no,
liut you like you Fwrot wills.
And we'll i;ive you a LrealhiiiKt
Away! To the hills!
Oh, Mthe me, ye winds
Of the withtrinjr 1'iwna!
Brush the srriit of the "functiona,"
The taint of the towns!
What ia art to thia nature
Or wine to this air?
What's a pieture to Nxll
And hor blooded bay mare?
Wby He Carries a Cane.
"You wonder why I always carry a
cane except when I am carrying an
umbrella," remarked a well known
Fhiladelphian the other afternoon.
"Well, I don't mind telling you. It's all
oa account of umbrellas."
"Can't pee the connection," rejoined
the friend to whom he was talking.
"Didn't suppose you could. But you
will when I have explained. You lose
an umbrella every once in awhile, don't
you? Put it down somewhere and
walk off and leave it?"
"Yes; I have had that happen to me
"Well, I used to, but not since I took
to carrying a cane. An acquaintance
In Chicago put me on to the Bclieme.
'flct a cane of some kind, he said to
me one day, 'and carry It every day
nd every night that It doesn't rain.
By that means you become so accus
tomed to having something in your
hand you are lost without it. Then
when a rarny day or evening comes
and you are compelled to carry an um
brella about with you the benefit comes
In. Say you have gone into a restau
rant and when you come out the rain
has stopped. You walk out into the
street without your umbrella. Fresto!
After you have taken perhaps a dozen
steps you miss something. Your cane
carrying hand is minus the burden it
usually bears. Back go your thoughts
to your umbrella and back go your
Kteps to get it. Simple? Of course it
Is. but the simple things oftentimes
prove the most valuable." Philadel
Job Conlda't Have Stood U
If he had itching piles. They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will cure the worst case
of piles on earth. It has cared thous
ands. For injuries, pains, or bodily
eruptions it's the best salve in the
world. Price 25 cents a box. Cure
gaaranteed. Sold, by Ilartz & Ulle
The Woman Had Faith In It and
"Mywife solemnly affirms that she
will get a divorce If I say anything
about it," said Jones with a smile.
"But it is too good to keep, so here
goes. Mrs. Jones lwd been ailing for
some time, and, falling Into the hands
of one of the neighbors who is a faith
curist, she became imbued with that
peculiar belief. I laughed at her, but
she remained firm and said she was
convinced that she could be cured only
through faith. As her illness was
nothing serious I said nothing more,
congratulating myself that I was
ahead what a doctor would have charg
"It ran along Cor seme time while my
wif1? continued to gain, and at last she
announced that she was fully cured.
" 'Now, th u, John Henry,' said she,
'I never again wish to hear you say
anything about mind cure being all
Imaginable. I am sure that I would
have been a dead woman if I hadn't
taken the treatment that I did. And to
think he never set eyes on me 7
" 'He never what?' I gasped.
" 'Set eyes on me! I took the absent
treatment. I sent Professor Fake $3
to treat me by his famous absent treat
ment.' " "Do you mean to say,' said I. 'that
you-sent a fakir 5 to treat you?'
"That's Just what I did! And to
think the most wonderful thing about
it was that I was aware the moment
that he received my letter and opened
it, although he was a thousand miles
from me! Why, I commenced gaining
right from that moment! It is simply
wonderful! You can't deny that I am
a well woman,- and all through the
wonderful absent treatment that I re
ceived. "I should have said something right
then and there had I not heard the
postman's whistle and gone to the door
to get my mail. There was a letter
for my wife from the dead letter office,
and when she opened it out dropped
her letter to TrofessoD Pake. She had
misdirected it, and the fakir had never
received it. She says but on second
thought I hadn't better U-Il you what
she says." Detroit Pree Tress.
The American Porter
the choicest of brews,
mellow and pleasing,
has met with instant
approval by a dis
criminating public. It
is superior to the best imported pro
ducts. Its high quality is assured by
the fact that it is the product of the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass n
St. Louis, U. S. A.,
Brewers of the Original Budweiscr, Faust, Michelob, Anheuser
Standard, Pale-Lager, Export Pale, Exquisite and Malt-Nutrine.
The German-English Specialists
Permanently Located at 205 West Third Street, Davenport, la
Devote all their time to the treatment of Chronic Diseases and Surgery.
Their success in curing diseases that have been pronounced incurable
others i3 due to the following facts:
They have spent years in college and hospital training and special couthcm.
I hey nave every scientific appliance mai nas ueen lounu useuu m
agnosingand treating chronic diseases.
Their treatment combines the two greatest factor" of the healing art,
known to the medical profession, ELECTRICITY and MEDICINE.
Catarrh Can he Cared.
By the methods and appliances used by the
German-Enellnri Specialists. If you have It
call and investigate their methods. They will
be pleased to refer you to numerous cages
right here in Davenport cured by them.
Disease of the Lunxi.
Bronchial Catarrh. Asthma and first stages
of Consumption cured by means of costly ap
pliances that carry the medicine direct to the
diseased parts. Cases, formerly regarded in
curable quickly cured by these methods.
Their not A ir treatment (now used in all
the large hospitals of the east) combined with
electricity gives quick and permanent cures.
If you are a sufferer Investigate. They will
gladly furn'sb you names and addresses of
many prominent people cured by them in Davenport.
Cancers, Tumors of every description, de
formities, varicose veins and ur:rn. removed
without pain and wltboutchlorolorm or ether.
HyflroceJe permanently cured In I r.rce davs.
Stricture, piles and varicocele permanently
cured by the electro-eh;mical process used
only by the tJermac-English doctvra.
LHaeaies of the Kyea.
Kindness. Dimness of Vision, fjranulated or
Inflamed eye lids, cataract, etc.. cured by the
absorption method. No deteution f rarn busi
ness. Diseases of the Nervous System. Chrome
and private diseases of men and women. Con
sultation fro; and absolutely confideiiil.il.
Hours ft to 11 a. in., 1 to I and 7 to 8 p. m ,
Sund ys U to li a. m.
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothing so good as Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. Try it. For sale
by all druggists.
The editor of the Fordville, Ky.,
Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript
to a business letter: "I was cured of
kidney trouble by taking Foley's Kid
ney Cure." For sale by all druggists.
B,r, fi. !a K:rj to Hsw Atari iovyi
3. y. RoBuraow, President I S. McCabs) Vlee President. H. K. Castbsl, Cashier
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Gtock, SI00.00O. Four Per Cent Interett
Paid on Deposits.
a J. Larkln,
J saies J. La Veil e.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
L. S. McCa-be, E. D. Sweeney,
J. r. Robinson, Henry W. Tromsnn,
H. K CMteel, H. D. Hack,
Sweeney Walker, Solicitors.
Louis A. ScbtnU
HOtfatr LOAHZD OH PIES0KAL, COLLATERAL OB RIAL EflTATK SSCTJRITr.
Open daily 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturdays 7 to 8 p. m.
Office In Sock Island National Bank Building.'