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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1903.
IiOOK FOR THIS TRADES MARK ON THE BOTTLE.
Cures Consumption !
Dear Sirs: After reading your adver
tisement I bought a bottle or your whiskey,
which helped me' rifrtit away. I am now
on my third bottle, using it for consump
tion, and I feel like a new man. I think
that if I had known of your whiskey when
I was at home in Chicago. I would have
never come out here for my health.
ED. SCHl'BARTH. 160S Market St..
Denver, Colo., Aug. 18, 11)02.
Nashua City. N. H., Sept. 11. 1902.
Gentlemen: It is with Kreat pleasure
that I write . to inform you that I have
used eight bottles of your Pure Malt
Whiskey. I would not havi been here to
day only for your wonderful medicine. I
have used all kinds of medicine and been
under the care of doctors. I have had
three severe attacks of grip and
incumonla, which have left me with a
bad cough and weak heart. I am 67 years
o!d. It" has toned up my system and
r.topped the hemorrhages and I cough but
very little. I only regret that I did not
know of your whiskey before. I cannot
express what it has done for me. I beg
to remain. Yours respectfully
MRS. H. C. ARLINGTON.
Thousands of such letters are received
from patients who have been cured by
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
funtlon. When yon nnU for Huffy rnre Mnlt Whiskey T- nurr- j-on
fxr-t Ihr Kfnninr. I'niirrnpnlnuii dralrm, mindful of rtrt llrnrr of this
t rcmr)i(lon. will try to nell yon cliai imitations. an,d no called Mnlt
lilkker uMlta(f. whlf h are pnt on the ninrkrt for profit only, and
vhich. fnr from relieving tlso nlfk.nrc positively hcrnifnl. Irnmnl
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yrhlakey which contains medicinal. Iicnltli-sri vlnir finalities. Look for
t!ie trade-mnrk. "The Old C'hemlnt." on the lnlcl.
The genuine is soli hv druggists and grocers, or direct, 51.00 a bottle. It is the
only whiskey recognized bv the government as a medicine. This is a gunrnntee.
Valuable medical booklet containing symptoms and treatment of diseases aril
convincing testimonials gent free to any reader of this paer who will write.
D::ffy Malt Whiskey Company of Rochester, N. Y.
I ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANKj
J BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under "tlie State Law. 4 Per Cent
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Ileal Estate Security.
J J- M. Huford, President.
John Crubaugli, Vice President.
J P- Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business .luly 2, 1890,
and occupying S. J-', corner of
Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
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Mr. W. D. Ball, of Richmond. Va.. had a
similar experience to that of Mrs. Alling
ton. - Gentlemen: I commenced on your Duffy
Malt Whiskey last March, and have been
faithful in taking It ever since. I have used
one dozen bottles, and am feeling better.
My hemorrhages ha-e almost stopped, and
my rough very much improved.
WILLIE I). BALL. 718 N. 1st St.,
Richmond. Va., Sept. 5, 1002.
Gentlemen: I had a severe case' of pneu
monia last fall, and have used about ono
dozen bottles of your whiskey to build mo
up and find it does what you claim for It.
. Yours respectfully. EJ. PEDERSEN.
Hamlinc, Minn.. May 14, 1902.
It cures consumption, coughs, colds, grip,
bronchitis, catarrh and all diseases of tho
throat and lungs. It also cures nervous
ness and Indigestion. It gives power to
the brain, strength and elasticity to the
muscle, and richness to the blood. It is
a- promoter of health and longevity.
makes the old young. kcep3 the young
strong. It i3 absolutely pure and con
tains no fusel oil.
It will cure almost any cascof consump
tion If taken in time.
Over 7,000 doctors prescribe It, and
2,000 hospitals use it exclusively.
R. R. Cable, V. Greenawalt,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
II. P. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. I In est, J. M. Buford,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst.
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Apply to Mr. Stevens
IMombs' Department Store
DAMPER FOR PUGS
Principals in Boxing Tournament
Billed for Jan. 26 Under
COMPLAINT Y STATE'S ATTORNEY
Fred Block And RuTaa Phoenix For
niah $200 Bonds to
Another evidertee of the inner work
ings of the grand jury now in session
came to the surface, today and as a
result of it it is safe to predict that
there will be no more boxing carnival.-
in Itock Island for some time to
A carnival has lieen billed to takt
l)lace at Turner hall, in this eitv- .fim
2( under the auspices of the Tri-City
Athletic association, the nriiicin.ils in
the affair being Fred Block, of this
city, and Ktifus Phoenix, of Moliiu
Yesterday afternoon State's Attorney
Weld swore out. wnrrnnts si r:i i n t
both ltlock and Phoenix, and this
morning: they were brought before
Justice Schroeder and f iii-nishd S:2Hl
bonds to keen the Peace for a Period
of days. As it is hardly to be . re
sumed that the financial receipts i f
the mill wouhl much . exceed, that
amount it is thought .thnt '.the bout
will be indefinitely postponed.
llarrla' Show Also On
The boxing show that Manager
Carl Harris, of the Triangle Athletic
club, was to hnve pulled off in this
city Thursday evening has been in
ilefinitely Mstponed on account of the
attitude of (Jov. Yates, which had led
to the prohibition of mills not only t
Springfield, but in all parts "of the
state. Manager Harris asserts that
when the boxing shows are closed in
Chicago there is very little use trying
to run them in any other part of the
state. Therefore the tournament to
be given here will be put off till a
later date. Manager Harris states
that, he had nothing whatever to do
with the show that is billed for Tur
ner haU in this city Jan. 2f, it having
been arranged by some of the princi
Advertised letter Mat No. 52.
List of letters uncalled for at the
Hock Island poslofticc for week end
ing Jan. 17, llto:!: W. N. Brewer, J. C.
Close. Freeman Fisher, Mrs. Pert he
Hughes, Fred Henilricksen. George
Herbert, Mrs. H. F. Han-sen. Martin
Herman. Miss Mary Howard, Mrs.
Anna Knehoiise, Mrs. 1. McLain. Jesse
Mclntire. Mrs. L. Joseph Murray, Miss
Delia Moore. S. E. Moore. Miss Nellie
Owens. J. (i. O'Donivell. Frank Pus
sell. John Sinken. M. Stone. J. Free
Smith. George Stowell. II. E. Sanden.
Miss Laura Thomas. John C. Van Kirk.
Edward Ycstern Tea &' Spice cxrii
When calling for advertised letters
please give the number of the list.
THOMAS H. THOMAS, P. M.
Fains In the Stomach
Like toothache, this is not at dan
gerous, but a decidedly unpleasant
ailment. Persons who are subject to
attacks of it will be pleased to know
that prompt relief may be had by tak
ing a dose or two of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
This remedy is equally valuable for
children and when reduced with wa
ter and sweetened is pleasant to
take. For sale by all druggists.
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FRINCE OF THE CHURCH.
Kew Archbishop of Chicago Is the
Yonnnrest In America.
Right Rev. James Edward Quigley,
bishop of Buffalo, who has been chosen
by the Vatican as the new head of the
Roman Catholic archdiocese of Chica
go, is noted as one of the ablest and
most learned of the Roman Catholic
prelates In America.
When he assumes his new office.
Mgr. Quigley will be the youngest arch
bishop In America and at the same
time will preside over what Is conceded
to be the second most Important of the
four leading metropolitan sees of the
The new archbishop is now In his
forty-eighth year. ' He was born In
Canada, but while still an Infant bis
parents removed to Lima, N. Y., where
they remained for three j-cars and then
went to Rochester. He was the oldest
child of the household and was early
selected by his mother to be the priest
of the family.
On arriving in P.uffalo, about the
close of the civil war, young Qnigiey
entered the household of his relative.
Father Edward Quigley, at that time
rector of the Immaculate Conception
church. Father Quigley placed the
ARCHBISHOP JAMES E. QT7IOXEY.
young man in St. Joseph's college,
from which he was graduated in 1S72
at the head of his class.
At the close of a very successful
course in the College of the Propaganda
he received the degree of doctor of
theology in 1S7D.
Returning to the United States after
his graduation. Father Quigley was
given a church at Attica, X. Y., where
he remained five years. He was chosen
from among 100 priests to become pas
tor of St. Joseph's cathedral. Buffalo.
He was consecrated bishop of PnfFa lo
in 1S00. As' bishop of the diocese of
Buffalo he made a record for himself.
FOUGHT FOR THE BOERS.
Why Colonel Arthur Lynch Mast
Stand Trial For Trrnsnn.
Colonel Artliur Lynch, member of
parliament for (Jalway, who has just
been indicted by an English grand jury
for high treason against the king, is the
first person in England for over half a
century who has been called to defend
his liberty for this crime, "the highest
known in law." said Baron Alverstone,
lord chief justice, in charging the jury.
Colonel Lynch is an Australian by
birth and an Irishman by connection
and descent, jiossessiug property in
County Oalwny which makes him a
landowner. He went to South Africa
COLONBti ARTHCB liTSCH.
as n war corres-pondent. but entered
active service on the side of the Bers.
He first Joined Colonel Blake's Irish
brigade and after the retreat from La
dysmith obtained permission to form a
second Irish brigade, of, which he be
The charge of high treason is based
on these acts. Colonel Lynch being a
subject of King Edward. It was while
he was serving against the British
forces that he was elected In Novem
ber. 1001, to represent the city of Gal
way in the British parliament. When
he returned to England in June, 1902,
he was arrested and taken to London.
Ills trial, which soon begins, promises
to be a celebrated case.
Colonel Lynch, journalist and author,
was educated in Melbourne university,
Berlin "Diversity and at Paris. He fol
lowed his father's profession of engi
neer for a time and then taught mathe
matics and letured in Melbourne. He
then went to live in Paris, engaging in
newspaper work on the Petit Journal.
Later he cam to this country and be
came correspondent for n London news
paper. He was a war correspondent in
Ashanti as well as in South Africa. He
is the author 'of a number of books.
Colonel Lynch Is forty-one years old.
PLAGUE IN 'FRISCO
Conference Results in Charge of
Neglect Against Cal
ifornia. IN" HANDLING THE DISEASE
Blame State and City Authorities
Entirely for the
Washington. Jan. . A conference
on the biiboiMe plague situation was
held here ycst r(!:iy. at which the state
government of California was given a
"roist." After derkiiirg six different
farts that were asserted to rstal l:sh
the presence- of the plague in .Cali
fornia beyond debate, the resolution
"The present danger to California
and to the Ciiitrd States lies primari
ly in the persistence during nearly
three years of a detinitenidusof plague
Infection on the part of San Francisco
known as Chinatown; hut the gravity
of this circumstance is greatly In
creased by the gross neglect of olii
cial duty by the state board of health
of California, and the obstructive in
fluence of the reH'nt governor of Cali
fornia, by the failre of the city gov
ernment of Sn Francisco to support
its city board of health, and by the
obstacles opposed to the operations of
the I'nited States public health serv
I'rco Cooperation With Government.
"The conference will consider the
safety of the cmantrv sufficiently as
sured as soon as satisfied that a com
petent city board of health of San
Francisco ami a competent state board
of health, in co-operation with the
I'nited States public health service,
will proceed under definite, harmoni
ous, and effective laws and ordinances:
that they are provided with ample
funds, and that they are jointly and
severally in the free exercise of their
DE BLOVVITZ DEATH
Once Noted Paris Correspondent e f
Paris. Jan. 'JO. The death of Henri
George Step'ieue Adolphc Oppcr de
I'lowitz occurred in Paris Sunday
night. For many years M. de Blowitz
. 'I .1 r: :a
was the correspondent of the Lon
don Times in Paris and one of the
best-known newspaper men in the
world. He retired a short time ago
because of advancing years. Apoplexy
was the cause of his death.
Although only a private citizen, few
men in Europe had greater influence
in International affairs than He'Plow
itz. and he had much to do with plac
ing Alfonso XII on the throne of
Spain. On th-ee different occasions he
averted open ruptures between France
and Germany. He brought alout ti e
famous Congo conference which re
sulted in the formation of a free statu
In South Africa. He was. 78 years
"Let me sec," mused the young wife
as 6he picked up the cookbook. I have
mixed the batter for the angel cake
now what do I do next?"
"Telephone for the doctor," answered
the heartless husband, who happened
along in time to overhear her musings.
She'll Have to Think Ip Another.
"Do you think the time wilt ever
come when we can telephone without
"I don't fcnow. If it does, I wonder
what excuse the girl at the exchange
will have to make when she prefers to
have us ring up again "Chicago Rec
Their nays of Sadness.
"Ah, if I could only share the tre
mendous sorrows of magazine editors!"
"Sorrows? "Why, do they have any
"Do they? Don't they? Every letter
I get from any one of them breathes
regret!" Baltimore News.
'Manners make the man," remarked
the dispenser of ancient proverbs.
"That," rejoined the cynical person,
explains some men's underdone con
dition." Chicago News.
Arrer a- systematic exploration of the
different strata of the Forum, Professor
Bonl. the Italian arehaxdogist, believes
that he has discovered the Necropolis of
primitive Rome, dating as far as the
eighth century before Christ. ,
letter follows, is another woman in high
position who owTes her health to the use of
Lydia E Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
"DeauMhs. Pixkham: I suffered for several years -with general
weakness and bearinff-down pains, caused by womb trouble. 31y appe
tite was fitful, and I would lie awake for hours, and could not sleep,
until I seemed more weary in the morning- than when I retired. After
reading one of your advertisements I decided to try the merits of Lydia
E. Iinkhams Vegetable Compound, and I am so glad I did. No one
can describs the good it did me. I took three littles faithfully, and
besides building up my general health, it drove all disease and poison
out of my body, and made me feel as spry and active as a young girl.
Mrs. Pinkham's medicines are certainly" all thev are claimed to be."
Mrs. M. E. IIuohson 347 East Ohio St., Chicago, 111.
Mrs. Pinkham Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produce Displacements.
Apparently trifling incidents in woman's daily life frequently produce
displacements of the womb. A slip on the btairs, lifting during menstruation,
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The first indication of such trouble should be the signal for quick action.
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health to women who
the worst forms of female complaints, that bearing-down feeling, weak
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FORFEIT 'f cannot forthwith prodnra tho oriefnal lottcrs snit signature! of
above t6limonials, which will prove thoir nhsolnto eonnineneK...
Lydia K. rinkhain Medietas Co., Lynn. Msss.
know how "hot under the collar"
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evening's enjoyment, you find your
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the risks of such a mishap when
we always did your work all right
Twelfth St. Fifth Ave.
Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys.
Bttus wi i lU'nols, t
Rock Island County, f"3
In tbe Circuit Court of ssld county. In chan
cery. Foreclosure. No. 603i
Florence K KusscU,
Mary II. Row lard and Mrs V. K DcVere.
Notice Is hereby glren that by virtue of a
decree of sia Court entered in the above en
titled cause, on the 12th day of Novem
ber. A. It., U"K. I shall, on Saturday, the
Tbirty-flrst day of January. A. U, 1S03,
at tho hour of two o'clock In the after
noun, at the east door of th Court House,
in tbe City of Hoc Island. In said County
Of Hock Inland, to satlry said decree, sell at
public vendue to the barest bidder for
eaHh in hand, tht se certain parcels of land
iltuate io tbe Countv of Rock Island, and
ntate of Illinois, known and described as
follows, to-wlt: "
Lots No. Two 2. Three (3). Four (4) and
Five 5). tn Block No leu (10) In the village
Of Sear. .
lvated at Mollne, I'UnoH, this Tblrt'eth day
Of December A. I. lyce;
W. J. EKTRIKIH,
Master In Chanerr. Rock Island Counlv.'Tll.
Swkbnkt & Wilkih, Complainant's Solici
oia. ' .
f Chicarro, whose
Mrs. Lelah Stowell, 177 Wellington
St., Kingston, Ont., writes:
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"I suffered for years with hearing-down pains,
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ache, but a few bottles of Lydia I Pinkham's
Veiretame. toninoimd matte me ioojw
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Ol R LCTION CrlAMBI.RUN.KtK DT A. COPIPAN V.
Sunday, Jan. 25.
Sci-onil successful season f the powcrlul
and thrilling cuincilv-drpira. entitled
Man to Man.
Headed by Whitman & Davis. An upto
date story ot today.
CARLOAD OF SPKCIAI. SCKXKRY.
KNOKMOrS KKKCTKICAI. KXPL.OSIOX
Sinpinc and ilancinp-specialties. lookout
for the Dant lng Hear.
Prices: '.'. and ."jO cents.
Seats on sale Fridav morning.
OiatcTion CnAMBCRUM.HiMOT a. Company.
C:barles Astor Parker presents Clyde Fitch -
unparalleled dramatic Triuinjh
"A plav that poes straight t' the
heart." N. V. Herald.
Introducing MISS MARY KLIZABKTH
F O K. B E S . "
America's most beautiful Actress.
Prices: 'J.',, 50. 7."r and $!.'(.
Seats 011 sale Saturday.
$15 to $60.
The Price of Kansas lands have
doubled ii the "ast f,ve J'ears- Th?y
will double again in the same number
of years." Write us if 'you want a
good farm at cheap prices.
GAKnXKR & 5T1CI1KK,
Neosho Falls, Kansas.