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THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. JN.OVEMKUK 9. 1802.
LtKT TO A VOTE OF THE PRIVATES
We Crow Over
No Political Party.
Notwithstard ne that during the It 81 j
week thousands of garments were sold !
out of this deosrtmcnt. the lines, assort. I
meets and sizes are yet complete with
ninny new nitrnctive! numbers added.
Ladies' j u g r color jersey ribbed vests
and pants worth 45ft. at 27c.
Lid'f-s nat tk! grcv r!bM?d vests and
pants wor'.h 6S. at 45".
Gent's double breav.d ciraol hair
h rts with d re were tonv.trh worth $1,50
at 1 12.
Children's Grey Ve ts Pants and
Size Ifi at 12c S :zt 26 at 27c
" 18 15c 29 29c
20 " 18c ' 80 " 33c
" 2a ' 2!c "32 " 35c
" 24 " 24 -i " 34 ' 83?
Ladies' Black and Colored
Prick Cut to One Half.
Jerseys plain and fancy.
Former price $1.32 now $ .66c
1.63 " 81c
1 92 " .96c
3 35 " 1.18
2.47 " 1 24
2 65 1.83
2.75 " 138
f Chicago, tbe well known nd mcoe: fal fpeitllat In Chronic ditcaart and diwaset of the
Eye and h ar, hs dectded to vieit
Rock Island, Friday, Nov., 18th, at the Harper House.
Voosoltation and examination free and confidential in the p.rlora at the hotel from 9
to 9 p.m. ONE DAT ONLY.
wis? J$I w
SoTpeon-in-Chief Inter-State Association of Uxprt Specialists is acknowledged to be the
most skillful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigan, he took up the study of
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
devoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and colleges of
tbe world. He is not to be classed with tht ordinary traveling doctor, who too often is
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College. In addition to a large home prac
tice he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his great skill and expe
rience to those who could not well withstand he expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from the
lack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory , Mental Anxi
ety, Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Hark, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
from indiscretions or from organic disease
in other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
Fever are all curable. The treatment of
Hay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. CATARRH,
that terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness, Kinging in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
cured by the Ulest and most improved
methods of medical science.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc, etc.,
and all the terrible disorders consequent on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cure8 Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillfully treated.
No experiments or failures. After examination, If a case is found incurable, the pat
ient will be honestly informed.
Cases and Correspondence strictly confident! and treatment seat by mall or express,
u' personal consultation preferred. Send stamp for question lists. Address
OR. E. II. DEY0E, 789 Warrea Ave., Caican-
Worth $ 85c g) it
1.00 go at
1.5 eo at
1.75 go at
2 00 go at
Grand Rally in Our Blanket
Over 1 O'M) pnir of blanket arc now on
(n 6s.le BUuLets from the cheapest col
ton lo the very best ah wooi fmey blnr.ketp
Grey blankets $ 90 $ .75
Silver grey blankets 4 lbs 125 105
S.lver grey blankets 54x72 1 50 1 20
Blue K- rsey bl Dketf(Dois-n'f )2 75 2 45
Mottled grey blankets 10x4 3 75 3 48
Litht brown hlsnke s 10x4 40) 3 67
Grey mottled blankets 11x4 4 75 4 32
Grey mottled blankets 10x4 . 5.C0 4 42
Camel hair color hikta 10x4 6 00 5 63
Light brown blankets 11x4 5 25 4 60
Grey mottled blankets 11x4 5 75 5 S3
Camel-hair olorblk's 11x4 7.25 6 68
Medicated ?caalkt Blank i-rs
11x4 wor h $4 75 at $4 4
10x4 worth 6 25 at 5 83
11x4 worth 5 50 at 4 95
11x4 worth 7 00 at 5 45
I I ;
of Rectum, Piles, Fissures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with-
c ut pain, knife, cautery, or detention from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, 'Etc., cured by a
vondc rful new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psorials, Pityria
s s, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, and
Diseases of Women positively cured if
t:iken in time before the nervous system is
scattered. Delay and improper treatment is
the cause of so many unhappy results i
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart aad Blood The
large majority of so-called Heart Diseases
Diseases of tbe Eye and Ear AH oper-
a ions necessary done without any pai"
without the use of anaesthetics.
Note Our Discount On
Our prices on white blanket are 80c.
tl 49 SI ti 3 70 $3 93. $4 22. H 50;
$4 62 $4 80. 4 95 $5 6. $5 40. 5 82.
5 80. 6 55. $6 fiO, $6 83. f 8 05 7 88,
wnd up '.o $ 20 00 p-j O'i all wi:iie
b'aaksu Wf-wiii alio ;hi wi ek a dis
co .ai or ins i-tf-tvai. if yon are in
need of blanfee'o, h-.-re is vou. choice
Out " f Our
We will nK-n'Ln but TuiiEE of the
Birain 1 A lot of bUck c'leviot
reolero trimmed wuh lilac.k fur shawl
collar worth $6 00 at 4 50-
Ba gin 2 A lot. of o-iaiel-hdir diag
onal coa's. intest outs, one piece collar,
worth-$7 50 $5 25
Barton 3 A lot of bluek chev.ot box
co-its 32 incu h-ng. tnmme-1 wi'h - O o
Kum" fuil f ir collar worth $10 00 t 8.
Extriordia'ir? birgrrts Tturad-iy,
"All our bet dress print will be sold
th;s day at 4n.
Extraordinary t-r v.ns for Friday.
All our best ird 'o dress prints will be
sold this day at 5;
Extraordinary bar?n"ns f ir Sa'urdiy.
All our 12i quality of Domestic
228, 230 W. 2nd
THE TttAf2l,S'KM' GUIDE.
CHICaQO. ROCK I8LAM A PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot comer Fifth avenne and Thirty
1 rt .t.... Ew.k it ni -
TRAIN?-. j j Wwt,
Council Bluffo & Uinnero-1 1 I
U Dv-?lpeSB 1 :6 am 4:41 am
aanaas City Dty Kxprc. . 10:87 pmj g.-jo am
Washington , Kxwcet 12 , lj pin I a :l pm
Council r lafie & MmnciMV-1
Omaha and Denver VeMi- i I I
bole hxpreaa ( ' S.44 am S:56 am
h. 'u ' t 1 . 3am Ml ;10pm
Btnart Rock Inl ,ml ExpreiH 5.40 pm D : 0 am
Daily. 'Going t w, .jiluaesi.
BCiiLlKGToN n,Cv-C B. Q. Hlh
. '&y Depot tiifct teano jimi Siivtr-ii (.
'J.J, i OTiie, Rlil'Ol.
T3AlMii isaii ,B:f
St. Lou s- Ksprera 77." i i.,0 re. 8 : lO n-n
! S.S7pir 77 pm
2siire ; :45 ;.ir. 7 5 am
K'. iirt!.;.!wi. "aesi -.it::T ! S:hsp,, '.OMSitra
A'liy Kreffht .Vol m-r.to . .1 ttKian. l :so pm
-t"riiUk: ' nv,-y,-r ; ,S5 ,n, ' 4(1 pm
St! Pnnl Expri'ss ! 5 i -in. 8 cm
Mr rlirs; Tt ij-ht I 11 :-,fi am 10.81a-3
fn 1CAG-.V .V!1.W ',I'KKSA .T. .' AL'LhAlV
why llscine A Shn:i.'western Diviuicn De-i-tTwe:.ti!it
rtret. bsswoca Fiwt aaa Second
jUTii'.. 5.. W. tiohncs. v-'ei't.
r'ttAIN;.. i .TAV-. AI.B1V2.
ns,, .li.. ;;npr.;f- 7 HO i 9:.l'f ;"i
ix;ir r 3 0 n I! 4i iai
'- Ac; . : .n.odaticn 4 . J :tv,.b
J-(ii K I -LAND PKCKIA KAJLWA D
i V pot Fire; avenas ard Twentieth atreet. .
at. Wor.kwcll. Agen'.
TrtAlNs. Ll.vi. aurivi.
!" rSt JSrvnis! STrSam 7:'5 po:
iiVi'!? 2:40 pm 1-25 pm
v M5con-rio-3a'ioii 0:10 nn SrOU pm
" " 4-00 run S:iis am
jrOfy" ABSOUUTE CORE FORV.t
(Cv WILL NCT CAUSE M
STRICTURE, ask for Hn
fC BmQ NO pain. NOST.'N.CI J
tNaiJtq FJLL INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH Jf
yflgfi eCTTLC AT AL 0RU0GI3TS. Sifg
is- CenrmJ Chfraicat Co, Jf M
T A THOMAS, Sole Agent,
hfi I E. C. FRAZERjZD 11
J, 4 ZOUul m
li c O tlO. ?.
iiOWTtLL ft ;!0'ii
VawapArna Apveauais J
We Crow Over
Our ExtremcOW PRICE'S?""
Grand Bargain. Days:
Mmki TMrsflay , Friday, Saturday.
We are on top for grand bargains and below in priees; our
politics are to give the people the greatest value for the
Money saved by dealing with us, no matter how little or how
much you buy. We have no fancy prices.
unb'eac'uel co-ton flannel at 7J and
during tbe evening we will add at a spe
c'al flyer 10 pieces of pepperell 9x4 uu
bleachcd sheeting at 15c n, yd.
Remember the dijs and tbe place.
G eat b -. ai f, o ' man j to m -ntion all
so we wid note i.u-. t.Vu:
L:t 1 A vpry fine qua'i'y of oom
f -triers, well Ailed h-d fuM size, splen
d d pvtM9 t-ud worth $1.75 a' $1 15
Lit 2 -A lot. of f-ncv con.f irteri.
sorci-d pi-.tterns, artistic s "Aching, worth
13 at .2
For ladiss srd children, snienlid assort
ment worth 5'.e. 60j, 65c. 73 82o, 95c,
and $1; eh- u-e 25rs.
In this deprim-2nt we are chewins;
some extra fcood values in table linens,
towel dovlies, etc.
At 60c 25 frin-ed tab,e dcihs 6x4
creitn color wi4h assorted
fancy borders, well worth $1 at 60c.
At lO'C P'ec Barasby twiil towU
ing, 18 inch wide and worth
St., Cor. Harrison,
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My rtnotor say It act pently on the topnch, tlvet
atitl kMn"VR. mill Isa Tlasant iRTalivp. This rt-lnk
in maae fmm hprlis, and Is prepared for use as easily
itfi It Iseallrd
AH druirlsts sell It nf: .v. .nrl oi
But one tMlav. I.nnc k Kuril!' Ti-;'!..;:,-
the bonrln eneUdav
in .iracrtc I l-ot.it by. fhit
U06T DtBZCT BOUTS TO THE
East, South and Southeast
3 :27 pm
4 .S3 pm
4 :55 pm
Lt. Rock bland.
Bt. Loais ..
Clne'nna' i . . . ,
I 4-00 pm
I 9:15 pm
,12 -OS n't
. 0 :oa pm
I 1:80 am
I 7:80 pm
II Ml pm
Ar. Rock turned.
10:10 ami S :50 pm
i pmi t:ub pm
accommoditioc trains leave Rork Is'and at
8 ) a. m. and 6.20 p. m; arrive at Peoria t:50 p.
m. and 1 :18 a. m. l eave Peoiia :00 a. m. and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :0u p. m. and 1 :5
All trains re n dfty except Sunday.
AU pasee ger train arrive and depart Union
PreeCnalrearonFaat Bxpreas between Rock
Ieiond and Peoria, both directions.
Through ticket, to all points ; baggage CBecked
tfarongh to destination.
10 211 am
Lv. Rock Island.
A rmm I A rmm
" Rock Island . .
6.i am 1.?0 pm
7.00 am! 1.45 pm
7.65 ami 8.00 pm
B. a. 8UDLOW,
Glorious bargain 1 12 pi.'.-es r,f "tri
co p, 24 inch witic and wortn 20:: at. 12J
Giori u3 bargiin 2 20 piacea co;dj
fl n:iel 36 inch wid i all colors and worth
45 : at 35
G orious t4raHi;i 3 Dress flinnt ls 27
inch wi Id iu 40 d.ff. rent colors worth 274
Gioriaus barjiin 418 pieces vool
n-valtics 38 in :h wi.ja and worth 503 at
Gi.trious b'irstaiti 5 53 pieces al! wo;l
dress fl muel 54 inch wide; splendi d as
sortment of color wor d at 47.
Glonoun birain 6 28 piecea camel
hair larau 33 inch wide worth 50j at 4)c.
Glorious osrgain 7 Diogonal storm
serges in black; blue and dark green
worth 65: at 52is.
100 white bed spreads worth $ 1 38 at
Ladies' black muff this week at 50c
Eot Springs Skin Salve,
Thi saie is a fatty preparation of
petrolatum combined with evaporated
salts from the Eot Springs. Arkansas, sod
is recommended for any and all skin
troubles and eruptions. Hot Springs
Skin Salve is particularly recommended
for P,m Dies, Eceema, Sore Nipples, I:ch.
Itching Piles. Tetter. Berber's Itch. Scald
Head. Irritation and Itching of the Scalp
One minute's time often makes a great
difference a one minute remedy for
Bronchitis, choking up of the throat,
tangs, etc., of course is a Brent bleasing
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Oubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
A E em ark able Discovery.
A remarkible discovery is one of the
chronic proclamations of advertisers.
Cubed Couyh Cure is not such, it is an
isinblished remedy with known merit.
iu-ule on Fcientifia prlnciolcs by exper
ienced cueinets It t fiords instant re.
lief, and is cl'ed tbe one minute remedy,
I t it stops couebin? at oniw. rfnpn tint
cure but gives temnororv relief to r-nn-
eumptives, and tbsolutely cures all oilier
nffictnns of the throit, lungs, etc. For
croup, wbooping coueh ai d colds of
children Cubed Cough Cure isvtluable
Krauses Headache Cappuies unlike
many remedies are perfectly harmless.
hey contain no injurious suhstanre. ami
will ston anv kind of n h-H-h.. nrill
prevent headaches caused by overindul- '
nee in food r.r flrir fa- Lto .t nioKt Tj;... !
25c; for sale by druasigts.
What the Hon. Oec.ro II V,..t ex.. ,r.
" - -5 v . . u r . im J a 1 LI
regard to the superiority of the IIirch
berg'a diamond and non-chanireHble mc.
"I am Usinf cla!)!Ua Whioh T nnr.h.ot
from Prof. Hirschherg and they are the
best I erer tried; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschherg
as an excellent optician, wid his glassei
are simply unequalled in mv experience
U. U. VKeT.
These SMCticleS are for actio ht T n
Thomas agent for Rock Island."
I have been ho- hi r t ith i.i.r,h in.
about twenty years; I had lost sen?e of
Biutii enurey. ana l r.,a almost lost my
uearina. My eyes were getting so dim I
h:d to get some one to threat my
needle Now I hive mv heirinu .a n-di
as I ever hud, and I can se ; to thread as
une a neeaie as ever l did, mv aeoe of
tmell is pfirU? restored, and it Btem to
he improving ail the time, I think there
is nothing like Ely's Cream Balm for ca
tarrh. Mrs. E E. Grimes, Rendrill.
Perry Co.. O
01111.1-1 tlkU .s .. ssc
IIMROVEOTr-T- J si-cicnc (MIT Ana CfttsKnetiM
. rr 44 GcwvrftlH Uttkmt, SiT-e tHi. BIM. fteU
itut, (Mtiatjaw- (urrU cf i 'e-trl.Jtr thrjrrh ft!) 'KS
PAETX r-trtria t.. iniolUULfh asr4 IHrOHOI t wTRIKbTd.
fcfoetrir lurr! rt lirtr, -r fnrtctt t .no t
I K!.f m9 favf!" i. mm4 Tert tmmm t
wrni.nirrs n ' tr-. r.:Sk'. 6(4Jrl MRDllW Fnn.
tluit the simple trv&u
ef me vtUcertalnlTciirv
1 ' ! "umiri) irH lo anyone who will
Told qnarka long enoneh ui (rtve It a trlaL Addr-i
WlUi stamp, WM.lJLTLB. hi. UUSiU.iST'
Vfhj th Confederates Did Hot Stn
the L'ntcn Works at I'etorsburg:.
The private soldiers had so few privilege
during tha ar that it does me good to
mention for tbe first time iu print an inci
dent of the siege of Petersburg. There ar
a plenty yet living of the old soldiers who
can tell you that the question of "storm
ing" or "not storming" the Yankee worka
at Petersburg by night was left; to a vote
of the privates.
I forget dates, it has been so long, but it
was just a short while before tbe Con
federates left their trenches and started
on the nine days' retreat which ended at
It hud beeu well known for some time
that Lee could not hold out against Grant
much lunger unless, by taking some des
perate chance, advantage might be gidned
to tbe Confederates. A council of officers
was held, and while of course I do not
know what happened in that meeting I
do know that, it became understood among
the privates of the army that there had
been a disagreement among the officers,
and failing to agree they compromised by
leaving the question of storming the
Yankee works at night to the decision of
the privates a thing so unusual that it
cast a shadow over their hopes.
On the day before the vote was to be
taken at night the bushes, rubbish and
bmsh were ordered cleared or leveled in
the ravine between the two armies. It waa
a perilous undertaking, but the Confed
erates gathered their axea and without
flinching mnrched to their work. Strange
to say, the Yankees quietly watched this
proceeding without firing a gun, it being a
work they wished performed or else they
anticipated that the Confederates were fix
ing to storm their works a thing they
much desired. Anyhow the Confederates
got through with their work and went
back to their camps without any trouble,
but fully confident that it was a prepara
tion to charge, all ignorant of what turn
matters were to take.
When night approached and the officers
quietly bid the men to fall in you may
wonder at the surprise of nil privates when
they were told that all commissioned offi- '
cers would retire from their presence and
that privates should decide by ballot
among themselves as to whether the Yan
kee works should be attempted by storm
upon that very night.
A little incident happened just as tha
commissioned ofTicers retired, and none of
us can say to what extent it Iioi-l- upon tha
action of the privates. The mail had
arrived letters from home to the brave
soldier boys, an unexpected thing just at
that time, for it was so early to get the
mails t lien. The n rival cT tin letters
from home slopped ail other tlnu;;!:t, and
the men atiiereil iu groups around their
orderly sergeants anxiously listening tothe
names upon the envelopes to he called out.
As each man received his letter lie hastened
from the group to some little fire light,
and down upon his ki.ees he broke the seal
and read the contents. Soon there were
many kneeling men round the Crestl: rough
the camps, and as now and thenoue would
reach out and punch up the chunks you
could see the tears glistening in bis eyes.
But a vote must be taken, a ballot of
"no" if the fight was not to be made, or a
ballot of "yes" if it was.
It was under just such circumstances
that balloting began, and ax they were
gathered all in a hat the time had coma
for the counting. Then came short mo
ments of expectancy. Tbe first ballot was:
And the blood thrilled through every
soldier heart. The counting went on,
For three times the fatal "yes" came,
with not a single "no." But a "no" came
at last, and then a long column of "noes,"
with only here and there a "yea," was tha
result. The fight was off. The breast
works would not be stormed that night,
and they never were.lmt many of these same
brave hearts censed to beat Ix-fore the end
at Appomattox. Atlanta Constitution.
He Must Have Iieen an Kditor.
"How did you come down from St.
Louis?'7 a.sked an Austin i-ont K, ....... ..r
I'l'l acquaintance of vagrant proclivities
nd an illuminated nose.
"I came down on a limited ticket," ex
plained the arquaintam?, with a knowing
wink thrown over the left shoulder in the
direction of a sour mash bazaar.
"What is a limited ticket?" asked the
Austin gentleman, accepting the hint and
moving off in the direction of the saloon
"Limited to an outside passage."
"Outside passage. I fail to comprehend.
I still grope. Perhaps I am obtuse."
"Why an ouLside passage is the right to
perambulate the crossties and count the
exact number of them inamila T.,..
Bow to Baosnia fleshy.
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only curei all
nervous disease, headache, blues, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia,
8t. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria, but also
ounns op tne oocy. "i am pl&ased to
Sav that after rr nf intones
1 - - " ' MUV, tuG,
with nervous disease, headache and pros
tration. I tried Dr. Miles' Reatorative
Nervine, and in two weeks gained eight
pounds In weight. I could not lie down
o sleep, bur now sleep perfectly easy,
and ami etid improving wonderfully.
Cannot say enough for the nervine.
Mbs L B. Millard Dunkirk. N. T."
"Ore customer used N:ivin- and g-tined
fifteen pounds in fl di. I'rown & 3at
bcry, Cortland, NY" Tr. totil- sani
elegant book free at Hit z & Bahm-en's
Admitted the Facta.
Newsp-iper editors hivc to lie very
cartful in opening their columns for state
ments. But aware that the Dr. Miles
Medical Co. are responsible, we muke
mom for the following Vsli onial front
R. McD uigall. Auburn. Iod., who for two
years noticed a stoppage or skipping of
the pulse, bis left side got o tender be
could not lie on if, bis heart fluttered, he
was alarmed, went to different doctors,
found no relief, but one bottle of Dr.
Miles' New Heart Cure cured him, Tha
elegant book, "New and Startling Pacta,"
free at Hartz & Baboon's It tella all
about heart and nervous dieesses sod
many wonderful cures.
KUes' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billioutnet-s, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, eurecdl 60 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Harts & Baha