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THE ARGUS, Fill DAY, NOVKALUEK 18, 1892.
rakttsfced Daily and Weekly at 182 Second
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ttvaaharacwr, political or reliirlona, must have
wa me at'chet for publication. No aach
will be printed over fictitious signatures.
Anaynsoas communications not noticed.
Carregpondenee aolicited from every township
la Book Inland count? .
Friday, Notmbii 18. 1893
Dvbcqcb Telegraph: Illinois Rivet
Cleveland plurality of About 30,000.
Pour years Ago it cave Harmon a plur
Allty of 23,193. Tbe figures are exeeed
Mr. Blaimb htts ordered mo telfhone
eut of his Washington bouse to avoid
poet-election inquiries. This is the first
elect'on in a generation which has not
found Mr, Blaine at one end of a wire.
KewaSkb Independent: Of all tbe
disasters and destruction brought to the
bopei And ambitions bj the great cyclone
which swept, over the couitry there is
none more pitiful and yet deserting be
cause it mas wrought by his own haiid,
than that to b found in this senatorial
district. Gore W. Vinton, who bad
built in his imt.giaa'.ion tueti a temple
of fame to result from the f,ret arork he
would accomplish, who finds hopes
blasted. Lis ni&snificent temple a hi-.ip d
ruins and himself burio 1 therein to such
a depth that Le ntTer cea ln out, and
what is f till wore bis two aUo lieu en
ants, I. le Johnny Jeinuiaeg nnu bril
liant l'h.liippo, are buried so deep thit
they will know no rturrectio:i.
I.easona of the Klectlon.
To the yiciors belong the less ms c.f
the other party's defeat. 3iew YorS LLr
Mr. Carnegie mitfht write another
book on "Triumphant Democricy" now
if he feela like it. Peoria tleraid.
Russell B. Harrii-on is on the grounn
floor yet. Lie struck the gtound 1'ues
day. Su Louis Republic.
Republicans now view a rooster rtiUd
in the spirit that Peter did on a mom n
tous occasion. BuHaIo Courier.
Come now, Chaunc-y, own tip! I-n'-be
the triumphant as well ss the tvpich,
American? New York World.
How does it comfort the republics
party to have Vermont remain steadfast
if Onio breaks away T New York Sun.
An additional satisfaction in tabitig i
wager from a fellow wbo has lot,t u
that he can't say: "I t )ld you no."
Never mind tbe why and when fire
je perturbed republican brethren. If jet
CAn't be fctpuy, be as bappy as you can
"It is a michty poor political doctor
Who isn't wiser after the autopsy thn n
was during the ante-mortem diagnosis
Cincinnati Times Siar.
Tom Reed, Blaine, VicesPresidr"
Morton and many other republicans h.v
a hard time keeping a straight face a.
this funeral. Cheooygtn Dtmocr!.
The election ree ults have furni.-bp) t
timely subject on which Mr.BUine co. 1:
write a magazine article even more in
teresting man bis last one, ProviJci.cc
Ex-Senator Edmunds has faith th-t
would move mountains. Ue says h
republicans will be as strong as ever n,
1808 Weil, possibly tbey will in Vir
mout. Boston Globe.
Tue official count will not bo out for
several days, but thtt does not matter
The awful result is known aui repibi
cans are not interested in the harrowing
details. Pittsburij Post.
Clear away the debris of the contest,
but do not stop the agitation of "equal
rights to All, special privileges to none "
There are other battles to fight, more
victories to win. Hustings Journal.
Orover Cleveland will resume he pres
idency as the choncn leader of tbe great
est reform movement since Abraham
Lneoln headed the forces for freedom in
1860 and in 1664 Brooklyn Etgle.
McEinley says: "We can make any
thing in this country." No you can't,
mj r. You can't make the people be
lieve it is a good thing to tax them poor
for the sake of "making anything in this
country." Hudson G rette.
When, at Ophir Farm," fhall these
three meet again: Jmes Gillespie
Blaine, Whitelaw Keirl and tbnt prof.
ional Irishman, not lonn out, Patrick
Kir an, wbo bariined to f'eliver "t.;e
Irish vote'' to Berj.min II irr o uT
Rochester Un'oa-Advertis: r,
Tbe Canadian national policv eitb'i ce
A tariC one-half as bign as the American,
And is designed primarily and principally
to protect our producers aviuius't over
whelming competition, while etiarding
our consumers against the greed of com
bined captti 1 in the shape of ha ;e trusts
mi noiopolics- Toronto Empire.
There is one lesson which e eems to foe
taught pretty plainly by the election re
tarns. That ia, that while the states of
Vermont, Michigan and Oregon are in
favor of the maintenance of the duties on
wool. New York, Ohio, Illinois. Wiscon
sin, Indiana and about thirty other state
Are in favor of the repeal of the wool tax
and the free admission of that product.
Mr. Depew is about right. Tbe people
have pronounced against MtKinleyism
And in favor of tariff reform witb an un
mistakable voice. Tbe democrats are
obliged to obey tbe mandate they have
received to the extent of Ue meats
placed in their hands. If injury ttieu
conies to the business of the country
they ' must take the consequences, and
we predict that they uill neither
prumt'le Eor dodge. New York Evenirg
They Are Not Prawn by tnglnes, A-ut
Tbey Are Not Nearly So Useful.
The trains of some girls are inspired and
possessed of an imp. A right minded train
should follow its wearer aboitand have
no mind of its own except so much as it
devotes to a sympathetic gripping of its
wearer's plana. That is the way a right
minded train should be. If you turn to
the right to say "Good evening" to Mr.
Smart, and are going to turn to the left
after you get through with Smart, and
say "How do you do?" to Jumley, the train
ought to understand the idea at once, and
some trains do. I mean the trains of some
girls do. Then again others t on't.
When you go to turn to 2 umley there
that train is right across your feet, and you
talk to him over a pile of tulla or brocade,
as the cas may be. If be har pens to offer
you his ana and suggests the conservatory
you actually have to refuse because you
could never get over that bloc kade, and as
to walking around it, one dots so feel like
a cat going around its tail. Besides it
looks so silly to say "Yes" to a man, and
then, before you take his arm, go streaking
off in quite another direction to get around
your dress. It is quite enough to make
him think he misunderstood, and by the
time you have got around he just as like
as not is gone. Yet suppose you take his
arm first. It is so horrid to immediately
begin pulling him around yot r train. The
girl who has a riybt minded train never
has any of these dreadful complications,
but the rest of us do.
Why, that is one reason I d d not marry
young BifTle last season. I had a lovely
gown, with the train all studded with glass
cherries. Well, when Cissy and I went
into the conservatory, what dn you suppose
that train did? Of course i" 1 had sus
pected he was going to pror ose I should
have been careful and looked out for it,
but 1 didn't suspect, ttnd I left my train to
it own intelligence and it die n't have any.
It turned on the side nearest Cissy, and
there it was between us, and every time he
came up close some of the cherries would
crackle and break. Of cou.-se it scared
him each time, and there was;, dress spoiled
and I didn't get the proposal -ifter all. A
girl expects to more or less sacrifice the
dress she has on when she is proposed to,
but it's a pity to have tn.thii conic of it
My train has a way of get: tig under n:y
feet or the chair of just the i-crsoii from
whom I waut to slip away, ai d there I am
and cannot move. Shall I ev t forget that
awful evening when 1 was introduced to
.Mrs. Tulluni Iirastmeg! She ,vas an awful
old person, but very iiupor ant, because
Harry was going for a t.iece of hers and
mamma wanted me to make a s-oml im
pression for brother Harry'.- sake. Well,
do you know, my train ;-ut tin li r her chair,
and I was ashamed to say .1 word. Then:
I sat almost ail the evening, i.nd she made
up her mind that 1 was a perfect ninny.
The girls all thought it was eeaii?e I had
no partners. New York Press.
Mike antl flie Hoar.
"There vised to lie," said and old stage
driver, "a tame Kar over (i the Alpine
House in (lorliani. One night the critter
got loose, aud we all cal'lated he'd took to
the woods. Anyhow we hut ted liih and
low. but no bear.
"Waal, you see, one forenoon our ho--tler,
Mike, went up in the barn chi mberto pitch
some hay down to the horses.
"Mike hadn't no sooner jal led his pitch
fork down, so as to git a big bunch, when
it struck something softlike, an.l then le
fore he knew what ailed him the haymow
riz right tip v. fore him, with t he tremen
douscst growl eomin out n't was ever
heerd in any maynagery this side of Noah's
"Waal, the long find short of it was this:
That air bear had buried hiself under the
haymow, and was a-snoozin it. comforta
ble and innocent, as you please, when Mike
prodded him in the ribs with the pitch
fork. "The fust any of us knew, we see Mike
come a-tlyin out o' th; barn chamber win
dow and the bear ::itcr hi'ii. Mike led
him a length. Maybe that Irishman didn't
streak it. for t he house! I;k you, he never
tetehed the ground artcr he struck it!
"The Imivs couldn't do not! in for laugh
in, and Mii.e was so scarce he forgot to
yell. But ho got away in:o the house.
That bear turned savage rrter that, and
was so hoppin wild we had to kill him.
"If any buddy wants to tiia'e Mike fight
in mad any time, all 't they' .-e got to do is
to ask him to go np in the barn chamber
and pitch down a bear." "The Heart of
the White Mountains."
How Coal Was First Nameil.
Curiously the word coal w is in use long
before us well as long after t lie commence
ment of the coal trade, wr h a meaning
quite different from that which it now has.
The term originally belonge 1 t o wood fuel,
and was applied in particular to wood
which had been chaired, or what is now
When the trade in miner iX coal began
this was usually distinguished by the sin
gular name of sea coal. It would seem that
from having lieen gathered in early times
on the seashore, more especially of Xorth
umlierland, along with seaweed nnd other
wreckage cast up by the waves, this pecu
liar substance was supposed to be of ma
rine origin. From this circumstance and
its resemblance to wood coal in color and
burning properties it obtained the name
of sea coal, by which it was so long and so
widely known. Then in the course of
time, as this new fuel gained upon and
superseded the old, the simple name of
coal became universally tn tisferred to it.
Tin y Iiln-t I.niiIi.
It was on a Cass aveiun streetcar. A
lady was entering in the nost dignified
manner, whi n si-suddenly stumbled and
fell awkwardly liefore read ing a seat.
It happened that among i ho passengers
were several of her friends, who were too
polite to laugh or even smile at her man
lier of entrance, and as she seated herself
she was confronted by a row c.f solemn
Hooking at them for a tut meiil e.s if dis
gusted with them, she rem irked iiniiihly:
"Well, I have my opinion of people who
don't know enough to laugh when they
have Fuch an opportunity as that."
Then everybody smiled and felt bettor.
Detroit Free Press.
A Mean lteuiark.
"No, Mr. Timlierwheel," -aid Miss Klder
kindly, but firmly, "I cam ot marry you,
but I'll be a"
"Thanks, Miss Klder," iuterrupted the
rejected one spitefully; "but I have two
grandmothers." Harper's Bazar.
Often the Method of Treatment.
An old negro preacher livided his ser
mon into t wo parts: "Fin t, all de things
in de text, and, second, all le things not in
bo,i Reboots' Greatest Task.
Tbe statistics of tbe United States Ces
sna bureau show that in eleven states and
two territories, in 1S90, there were more
children between the ages of five and sev
enteen who were either foreign born or the
childreu of foreign born parents than
there were native white childreu of the
In several of these states and territories
the disproportion was very great, so that
in the public schools nn American child of
American parentage was almost an oddity.
lu the whole of the United States there
are nearly 5,3(K),i)00 children between the
ages of live and seventeen who were either
born in foreign couutries or have foreign
parents. They are in fact more than one
third of all the children in the country be
tween these ayes.
Kvery such foreign child may well l"
quite as good an "American" ks a child
whose ancestors came over in the Kngii-di
Mayflower or the Dutch Goede Vrotuve.
Indeed American cliildren of native race
are often surpassed in stout "American
ism" by foreign born children.
Yet the child of foreign born p-nvn's.
who is generally without the hotiu- .i -m
tions which go with long residence in the
country, has much to learn at school in or
der to make hint a thoroughgoing Ameri
can. It is the problem of our schools to
assimilate these children to an American
stauibird i f life and ideas. The number is
enormoih. and in any ot her count ry of the
world the task might be impossible. For
tunately for us, the children of the foreign
born generally enter the doors of ourpublic
schools with the best possible disposition tn
become Americans. Youth's Companion.
Tile Woman Who Iluts.
Have you ever seen her the womm who
eats? If not you should, f,;r outside of a
museum not hing so remarkable was ever
seen. She generally lives at. a hotel run on
the American plan, ami evidently feels in
duty bound to take everything on the bill
of fare in order to get her money's worth.
It never occurs to her to skip one single
thing, yet every meal she si tidies themeiKi
with an interest as absorbing as though
she were only to be allowed one port ion,
and that one she was determined to have
the best. When this exhaustive survey is
finished she leans back in her chair, l.xiks
up at the waiter in attendance with a coy,
sweet smile and says, "I will commence
If there was anything abend of oysters
for her to begin v ith she would do so, for
she is a systcmnt ic feeder and will go on
religiously through soup, l.sii, entrees,
roasts, vegetables, salads and desserts un
til the weary waiter confides to a sympa
thizing confrere that it is his private opin
ion t i.;.!. she it!i; india rubber girl.
Wiii ti at hist the finishing sip of coffee
has In i :i s allowed, she dips her fingers
in t he i. ,u 1 of water mar at hand, gather
up v. !..: she has i,,t eaten of the fruit, and
pass, - out, having t he wain r to v. under at
the api- ; its.- of a creature that looks above
such :...iiidai:e peculiarities, yet she leaves
enough soiled dishes and i rumbs in her
wake : establish forevi r her reputation as
a perfo.-u.er who wotiid make her mark if
an ;..g cen'.est were ivcr a: ranged.
N w Yeik Ueconier.
lo Frevent the Orip
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d '' e I 11 - sl'ti. 1 (.,(, r,
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t.i ni .' f'iHti:ei' 'ii 'iiisi i'. Yabe
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lb,- d',. t fin. i v t i j ufniice.
!l il ,-ls. .k .M i.' itf '1 ' ! . e. . I, rt l-tl'lD
An Ilnperieiice In the It i::ia!;i as.
There is so!. ,e idea ( f star: big an Alpine
c'lib in I. aiia. Those v. ho h:i e as -ended
Mount l'daiic, i.i:d who sigh .'or
mountains to conquer, might try their
luck in ascending son.e of the peaks if
the Himalayas. According' to (Jenera!
Strachi y, the whole Alps might be cast
into t i. at great Indian ran without pro
ducing any result that Would be discerni
ble at a disfmce of ten or fifteen miles. On
one invasion Mr. Graham ami his guides,
who ueie taken lo India from Switzerland,
did not foi l any inconvenience at an alti
tude of -Mt.000 feet, except the natural lo-s
of breath consequent on every accent.
Mr. Graham's expo: it r.ccs during his nr..
successful attack of !i:i.:t.i: i wire not
altogether enviable. Ti.e sun came out
and bc.it upon him and his companions
with a furnace heat. The refection front
the snow was very painful, an.l bethought
he was going to faint. At i.i.st I hey game.!
a ridge, where the wl.i-i.- party leil i .
hausted on the snow. ri heir bauds an.,
faces rose in great blisters. 'as though
seared with hot iron, owing !o the intense
reflected heat. London I'ui lie Opinion.
Punch and Judy in ( hina.
It would surprise a good many persons
probably to hear that i'utich and Judy '
is a Chinese institutioti, but there seems to
be good ground for the supposition, accord
ing to a correspondent of a London paper,
who says: "A few years ago 1 w itnessed at
n garden party given I y t he general then
commanding the troops ,-i Jb.ng -Kong the
exhibition of a Chinese 'punch and Judy,'
which had been brought down from Can
ton. 1 he general arrangements were pre
cisely the same as lho.-e of an English
'Punch and .1 tidy.' the only difference be
ing that, instead of the dog Toby there was
a wooden figure with chipping jaws, sup
posed to represent a dragon.
"The costumes were Chinese, and tbe
piece varied in some respects from that
which we see in F.ngland, but all the char
acteristic features were the same. The
lesser mandarins were duly knocked over
by the big mandarin, wit h just the same
satisfactory whack as that with which
Punch disposes of .1 i.dy and .Jack Ketch,
and all the accessories of voices, pipes and
scenery corresponded to those of the Eng
All Old lady's -ATiocdcitefc.
In a delightful paper of anecdotes Mr
Augustus J. C. ll;.re ii:t roduees the read
ers of Good Words to Mi s. Duncan Slew
art, a grand oid lady, uho within the last
few years was still cr.lert.iiniiig her wide
circle of distinguished friends at her house
in London. Mrs. Stewart n..,nber( d among
her acquaint an i s Mine. -K'.oiue Honii
parte, born I'atiers.jti, daitgh:. r of a father
upon w hom sue looked dow n, ",No ugh she
deliiht.nl to write to him of her success de
societie. "IJut he could always avenge
himself," said Mis. Stewart; "he could al
ways write to her, 'My dear Hetsy.' " It
was a terrible revenge. Mr. and Mrs. Ma
cready and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ICean were
also among her friends. Another habitue
was Haiidsecr, whom, with characteristic
gallantry, Count d'Orsay introduced with,
"Here, Mrs. Stewart, is Iindseer, who cau
do everything lietter than he can paint."
Murdera ia Several Countrlea.
Friuce has the cheapest late of postage,
but possesses a capital in whieh it is said
more murders take place in six mouths
than occur in London, Berlin and Vienna
together in twice that length of time, but
altogether more murders take place in the
United States than in any other country.
Not in One family.
Son Eut accidents will happen, father,
ili the best regulated families.
Father That may I ,ir. but I would
detest; and, bredren, we'll wrastle v. id de v ,t..., :..,.:
Becoim cart fust.' Lxchaoze. ' . ia..i ..:
Successful y Treated I-por) the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No Experiments cr f ttlse R'presenta
liont'. Consultation. Examination
and Advien Free enn Cvn
ffdential. At Harper House. Wednesday,
t v!u : S$
11 fill yr. r oi ixi it cc ia th laiir-t oi
t d in the c.ait y an.l if a i r utaie o : Vt ta of
llie 1-o-t c jib - c in t e I i heii s t n. sn i h n
yi t r.int:ril iinm a I .uroiil e airg.-t In sr tsla
ia Europe, iilii'ii he i .is b en -tiid ,ne le ,a st
mid mo-i impimid n.ctii.A ,: ii aiii-w the (Iib
eahes i f v Mih he in dies a pnerial v
lie b lad ytara of nt(i, rkuie prior to hi J
European i rm. aim i? w. 11 hiomi in iliin vlr n tj '
as be liHa ciiti' I t.unar. ds iu voar cirv j,nd virin- !
nr. in tne In-ttliiee ci;r-. Hc. tikes nn menr
arile ill eahcs, but ban cured l.ui.iire ho have
bci-n iv, i upm ii cieiib o hy l..i,l pbyi,-mti
Arntct no i ire ic catarrh, cliromc d-.irrhoea
pamiai or vnpprpsM-tt n.ei -mint on, ii,il -mution !
i. wriuu, uiiiii.i ;ii-uii oi i i:e (iiuUii r dlabLtcH
dy-Pp-ia, coiitiipatioR, li.dtiey. ininarv ami
bidder tronble. Hriht's disease. ta;.e worn s
crooked hu b- :in1 enlarged joint-.cliih -ort white
fc linR. tietvou-nece aim nvne rl iiebi.i:,'iiiiio
ti rcy, leuctrrhra. vnnple, b'otrbes, "canctr
drop.. j.r.ivi-1 K-et. pun rrhnra. u druci-le b-art
(lisiase. h:ftir:, M. Vitu- daiice, p ravsis
ihi'iiriut:.-m kpt ma. fenmle wcuUni ss, cc " '
All MU".".cal o: rration pfr.'oimed.
Vu'iei f or lit- p s tive y cured.
riles cur d wnbi n; piin, kniti-or caastic.
B nod m d fkin ciseascs enrec by i., prcv, d and
never !ai;iiii n-medie-
EvKf t9 eji s cured in cue minntc without
Pid. Weak, wiitrry eye-, drop: imi: lei-, pranu!
ated li'l, fore eyt of any form, il hairii cat
r.i.ci. false putnlii, eo ts, hcirni.. turnim: in and
out of 1 it's.
' k ose snd lUifucfs, ulceralion, di
thaice, pijypini ;?.
osf N rA rat r h.polv: us cf ibe noe. pl(i
lir ciu ra iom, etc. Ir. Wallers cn absolutely
at.il raiHiiei t!y cure ai y rape of raiarrh that
ett rexip'.c.l lie boncsily believes he can eliovv
a Crrati r lernrd of esses of catarrh cured than all
other pbjslciats in the elate
sn.ail tiimnra, cancers, wirtp, moles, etc.. re
moved wit hoi, t acids, knile, pain or gear. N.w
ni!h d, tied ml sis.
Lai-.ies Tl.ai "tired" feeling snd all the female
weakness e urerromi t'y cured, Bloiting, head
aclics, r.cnous protranou, nne al ebility,
alrcples it, d.-prvsi-U n. indieiion, ovarian
trnub es. inflammation arid nice aiion. falling and
il'si li'-ements. si io.il weakness, klih.ey com
j lainls. nui cliange of life.
Okoakai. Wkakkeis Tromcrii-itc'.y curod sad
fn:i vicer nstored. This di"tn-sni5 mltiction.
wbici. r. Teem li.'a a bunion and mr.rriape too; os
e:b e. Is the penalty paid tj the victim of imnro-
cr iinln tcucr. Tlie morl chaste must acknow-e-Le
ibr.t i -passions are the great macat-t by
whicn tbe wlii e world is at traced. lestry
tbem and what have wc? Mnn is do longer in'cr-
t'eu in :he o pneite sex; the it terchange of tbat
bl-f ill repose w hii h now attracts ana irtercsts
tht w :.oiew,rld exitts rio lorper; n an 'case to
be wba: God tmide biai; the wur'd is no Ion crin
ti'Testit' to h m, ad icmarseantli i aip intment
:,r-' 1 1-cms Kin companioiis. i onsult lr. Waller
at ei re, ai.il jeu ili find the svmpaihy ai.d re
lit f ihaT - nn ositivcly icq'.ire to be htippy.
llec-ember the i ate, and come earlv, as his
rocme are always crowde d wIhtlvcf he goes.
Lyman P. Walter, ' M. D.,
5T4SStat( St.,( h:cajo.
of the best regulated families. Kichant;e
I am a Trav'lin? mcr ! F!l tel? yov. tf my ?Uin.
In spile of ili J:.r:taL;tr
I pursue my o!d vociUcn.
I'm still a Trav'iing mzn I A joUy Pairbank man I
For i.:- Jiimzilf has said it,
nd it's greatly to his credit.
Thai he is a Trav'Hng man ! That he is a Faii-bank mm !
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
5oi: by Travclir.j men enj Grocers Everywhere. Alanufactured c-;!.- v
N. X. FAIRBA.NK & CO., Chicago, III.
$5 A MONTE!
Catarrh -rd kindicd dim aacs treated al tbe uni
f enraieof 5amntb. xnedicui s free. For all
oti cr dife sef tbe ra'es will I e low and ruilorm,
a1 d in ir.torti( a to tbe tc'.nal cost cf the medi
cines r. Quired.
Ab ja lenls arr'jire fr tte-trre'-t at theSortt
a,eo cai lioiiTiue Dcmre rov, ru. win De ireal
a I cntil ct'B'D at the uniform rate of $5 per
inernb. Kcinrmber this tateonly holds pood nu
ll Nov SO, lni.
Eead what Miss At derson rays:
A 1: dy cf a!o'.ne. IUirois, who visited a Dsvcd-
pon ir.si tuuon .
An Interview with Her Regarding lie
Treatment There A Hearty and En
Wiss Aon Anderson, of Volir.e, 111., entne lo
ravet jiort seme two months aco ai d opplied to
the Sro'.t Mi dical Institute for treatment. Phe
said that she hud sifftrtd frroi Chronic Catarrh
for tome cifc'tit yetrs.
Are,orterwho interview) d V:s Anba-on a
few days apo was n c ivt d tordialiy m.d given a
plea-ant irtcniiw, the substance cf whfee is as
"Catarrh almost wecl.i d my wfcolcsy-U'in, Un
til aic! I hue b en s ck fertbe past six oi ei, hi
v ar- aril uiek treatment f;otii a numlier of phy
siciai s without relief . Ti e dreii e tin 1 such a
bi 1J on my sjrti m that it bud ea' u a bole through
my v:i ati . rn-e wo l a cop up. I had a heavy
d sclii'pe of in:. i) us Into mi ll Mat, ru lent bead
act e. ro. rii c imiies in n y i urs, weak ees and
m tl rout s- sore 't' pii' id me when I swal
l wi ll. My s'omaih w. s out of ordi r snd food
"I conid not Oeep at niitht and I became ner
vous. About two n onths aol placed myself un
der irest:n nt a' tbe hcottWedical Instiicte. To
dsy I can t.uthfully fay I aia cured of all my
"My ears nose and throat are all right. I am
free from all my loirocr symptoms i eai well
him my food agrees with me. I sleep soundly ail
TEEATSEKI BY Kail.
To tbk ft bi-ic: The s'tttm of mail treatment
pursued by biott Mi dtral 'o-tuute gunranteea
the san e i ffeit ve results to those who desire to
ri.bmit their cates throutb correTondcnce as to
those who come in pi' son. Tbdr "nuestion
I lank,"' if properly filled out, will diagnose yonr
case in a thuruonh way. and as medicines are
promptly t-bippid, those Hvice out of the city have
tbe same advuniage kb those who come to tbe of
fice Writ? for the treatment by mail, medicine free.
and rid your-elf of tbe most psiuful and annoying
disease m the catalogue or human ins,
Scctt Medical Institute,
221 Brady St., Davenport, Iowa
OYKH AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.
S-PEC1ALT1FS : Ca'arrb and all diseases of
the Ey. t ur. 'J hrr at and Lunes. N ttous dis
ease-, skin diseases, chronic diseases
Oltxc hours: a to II A. ro., 2 to 4 p. m , 7 to 6
Patronize Heme Indnstry and Protect the Labcrcf ?,vr:J
- MERRIlK'S SPOOL COTTON,
It Is Six Cord Soft Fir'sh. i til easnre. aud is equally woll a iapte l fur H.vd a i l V. , ,
Bewing. for sale by
a'.d ry Goods Houses generally.
MERRICK THREAD CCV205 Filth Avenue, Ch:;:
Roek lslai;d Savings Ban
KC t : ISLAND, ILI:.,
I'au dally from S a. m. to 4 ,. m., and Saturday eTcuirss from 7 to So'clccz.
t no rcor.t icterest palQcn Deposits. ISo&ev losced ca Forres a
lateral, cr Real Fst?.ta Security
P L MITCHELL. Pr. -a r O. PEXIIXASN, Vice-Fres. J. '. KLFC-r.:..
V. L. M:lctell,i P.Keynelds, F. C Denkmann. .Totn C-nMrrb. 3. ?. Ur.'.:
Chil Kitchtll, L. Strnon, K. W. Hum, J. .V. fc'urord.
J acksos EuasT, Solicitors.
s7 Pcpan business Juij i, 15b:'., ar.u occupy tbe southeast cotrcr of Mitcbell i I.-.r
Manuficturerof all kln-s at
BOOTS AND rfRO?:--
Cent's F no hoesa specialty. tine done neatiy and .i y.
A h ire of . :,r patrcuage respectfully scrolled.
IA1S Seroni '3nti". Ror'
You tan ave raoney by tracing at, ibe Old Reliable- 3
5 AND lO CENT STORE
Crockery, Cutlery, TimvaTe, Gla3sware and Yvoodn
MBS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave
cJ-fal i.'j, f?A S
tcry MAS who oiiM knrnr tho GKASD TUl'TI'
Old Secrets end lao 1 1:,?,-. iveries of :.l:i..-:
'2 ViUTied Life, sb'ie',1 .r-:to l.ir our wonderful i
' "A TRKATISK KoH Ml N iLT." To any cn'i,. -t ,-..
I copy Entirely free, lu pl.nn sealed c iver. "Are::..
THE EPtE- MEPlCAt CO.. Ft:- '
0S d35 GUtKHOGD RESTOHSB!i?"v'
Rjf wi Ve (r5 " Itur.rantre to cure Ri! '.i'rr-n .I: ! .. .ii v.
Kk r '' 1 r 1 - 'I innnl Pram I'.'ict. fwilsi!)).. v .. -tic . ! M." '."'
1 j v'i ' siiiis. Ki-rv esi.is. 1 msici'i. ,i . - s .
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s"c - '. f ttthatw ftniuni or stirr:;:!;ii;; . v. m x r. '-mi! .,,r: ' 1 ;
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""C We.r. I'MVi;. wTiJuirt titc-ihwu-j. Circular t-.Hi. -. :v-e fi-d to..
For ph in Rork .plsml hv I'anz & BabnseD. 3.1 Ave. anil StMh p'r T
IV IHfcFZ & CO.
Have jurchaeed the ftcck
Of B. BlRKKNFELD 9nd
have removed to thair
Tew quartern at
201 1 Fourth Avenue,
vsheie tbev wis I be iiieeii to
eeetbeir oid Mads and patrons.
Watch this space fur a special sale
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T. H. THOMAS.
E-;1 i-i 11
M.a t-rw"' 'f Ytf'
IIKFALLIBLH if taken d.re-fr-1.
1 first ttav' t Trutite tn-l f-M ...
1:3 affik-tod to iSh KLIN Kmi aV h ;i ' 1 " '