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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOYKMBEK 2', 1892.
THE AUG US.
Hifcii Daily ud Weekly at MZ4 Irs.nrt
Amm, Bok Ukl IH.
J- W- Potter,
-Daily fOc ft nenth: WnUr U.OQ
pat hub; in advance (1 .W .
AM aonamckcafcocs of critical r ara-n.nta-hnkincur,
political or relLfieus, mul hare
real same at ached for pahl eauon. M. socti
astaetes mil te printed over Beu:ius slgaatares.
Aaevnoos r mmanicatiit,s not noticed.
Correspondence sol-.ciles from evsry tew at hip
la Bock island coa.ni .
TCK.-DAT, NOTKafBEH 22, 1693.
Abot9,CC,'OkiiI.4 are slaughtered in
Korrope aunualiy to supply one town in
France where gloves ara uiaiie.
The despotism of custom is on the wane;
vre are not content to know that things are;
we ak whether they ought to be.
There have leen twenty-seven cases of
insanity in the Uuvari.m royal family dur
ing the present century.
Anions the rtli-s in the room of the
New York Historical mx :-.ty is the tail of
George Ill's l;one, which was t:tktn at
The in- iii. iit cf the motikey using the
cat's paw to t;;ke chestnut out of the fire
i, said to have t.iVrn place in the hall of
Pope Julius II.
The Ann rk-ans mu.-t int !, very fond of
tea, when they drink eii;ht times as much
Coffee as tLe beverage lu.it dw.s not inebri
ate. In great nii' i.ir.s. .as in preat po.t, the
gift of tri iiiu-i t ia!iy manifests itself at
an early z: M, z.-.rt ai.il Keats are only
brilliant evir.;pti wUat R::.y he called a
Cranes, stork ati-l wild ireese Cy fast
enonh to tnp.ke the tr.; from tiorthern
Kurope to Africa in a neck, but most of
them rcot t.cr'h ( f the Mediterranean.
A Mr. Goodman, c f London, b-t that h
could smoke ihty-six cigars down to an
Inch in leas tl.an twelve hours. He did it
with forty-two minutes to spare.
There are few urfcracked walls in Ks-en,
Germany. The testing of the biir guns
manufactured by Krup.p has bhakcuthe
foundations of most of the houses and
keeps gl.izi-rs bu-y.
Hard on the Janitor.
The city cf culture and scientific re
search, Iloston, is responsible for a valua
ble patent in A resident of that city
invented a "counterweight for an ele
vator," which was to aid the machinery
and require less steam power, thereby sav
ing fuel. A series of CO-pound weights
were to be kept on the upper floors of a
building, and when a person wished to de
scend he was instructed to place one of
theae weights in the elevator. When the
ground floor was reached the person was
requested to remove the weight from the
elevator and hang it tip in a place pro
vided. The inventor was silent on the
object as to how the weights were to be
returned, but it may be inferred that the
Janitor was supposed to carry them up
stairs and replace them after.the elevator
topped at night. The practical applica
tion at this device in a building like the
Kquitable would create much interest and
profanity. New York News.
Chancing Cars and Trains.
"You may not believe it, but it is a fact,"
said a railroad man, "that I saw two ladies
n a lllack river train a few nights ago,
when the trainman at Theresa Junction
sang out, 'Change cars for Carthage, Low
ville and Utica,' pass from one car to an
other one on the same train! They learned
their mistake, however, before the train
started, and when chided about it de
clared that they did just as they were told;
that they did not know but the car they
were in was to be cut out of the train and
left at that station for some causa. And
I couldn't help thinking that the order,
'change trains,' would in fact be better
because more definite than the customary
one of 'change cars,' when another train ia
to be taken." Utica Observer.
Mean Nothing; by It.
On the return from a long cruise Ad
miral Goldsborough's chaplain was asked
as to whether or not he considered the re
mit of his labors satisfactory from a
clerical standpoint. "Yes," he answered,
"the result has been in the main most
satisfactory. The only serious impediment
to progress with the sailors has been that
It is impossible to prevent their swearing
when they hear the officers guilty of the
very faolt for which I correct them."
"Tut, tut, man. that is not to be helped:
the officers all swear," replied the. ad
miral. "I do it r-cseif sometimes, but I
won't mean anything not a bit more than
you do by your praying." Kate Field's
The Outfit of a Bis; Hotel.
The table furnishings needed for the
Manhattau Beach hotel alone included
1.7J3 tablespoons, 1.13 teaspoons, 2,835
forks, 2,1. 't9 knives, 2ti7 soup tureens, 259
ladles, 4.0UO pieces of glassware, 414 cas
ters, 1,5U0 dinner plates, 1,500 tea plates,
1,500 cups. I.VjO saucers and 500 platters.
In the matter of the linen supply there
were 1,0-18 tablecloths. 5,810 napkins, 8,300
beets, 2,153 pillowslips, 7,340 towels and
9,000 aprons. These are but a few of the
articles needed to run a big seaside hotel.
A Tree Worth Crowing.
What is of particular interest In the
asarlet flowered horse chestnut, and what
kaa attracted much notice. Is tbe pretty
hap of almost every specimen. It is well
worthy of extended culture, for it is at
see show y. neat of habit, occupies little
pace, and is perfectly hardy and easily
oanaged. London' Garden.
The Befu'fwr Programmes.
Little Mabel If you don't stop, I'll tell
tamma, and she'll tell papa, and then
papa will whip you.'
Little Johnny Then I'll . ry. then
grandma will give me so:.ie e . dy, tnd I
won't give you any. Good News.
A country paper Las this personal item:
"Those who know old Mr. Wilson, of this
place, personally, will regret to hear that
be was assaulted in a brutal manner last
week, but was not killed." Tendon Tit
BUSY MORNING SCENES IN A MEW
DrhIe Wound by th Seer. Monoto
nous Calling of Number Tit Bnuqat
Manners of Gentle Fingered Saraeoaa.
Seen Tliat Are Touching.
"Is there anybody under seventy ?" They
are all under seventy, so far as asre is con
cerned, but that i not what the su aeon
is crying about. "Is there anybody under
seventy?" he repeats, and then, very rup
idly, "seventy-one, seventy-two. seventy
three, seventy So here you are!'' A:, i
he takes a man. him c:i a .
flashes a pair of si. .r i.rcv.nd a
aged arm, ami in a t Vl.'n .. - .;!
the flesh bare iin-i is i : r .
without askir".; ant i. . . .
dries, clean-. au in . ; . - i ' . '. ...
bandages ar.iiiii.i . ,.,:. .in
with swift and s".:-ii''ii l'.: . . i.i.d
the maa from the .-; -i. i . .-..i ! i . a
'"Come ar":!i t -:;irr jv. ." if ij ... a:.!
thenaain: "is t iirw a:ii :y ia.
enty Anybody under Ktviiiiy, s .
That is the way it t;,)os on f.r 1 i - ii
tfmiinaidy, it s.vtus. to the wat-i.er. "is
there anybody tin'ier"
It is in the surgeons" room of a 5.c. i!:-i!.
where the daily 11. x d cf wounded l.u: :):::
ty is Inline rarnl up l.y the tide or dis
tress to be cared for and iiaiida- -d. There
are a ilu.en surgeon-, tiiere, and a! .vays
two score .r ::i're of patients. The nvners
of crushed ?kn .--. i.,ok n limbs, br lix d
fares and slashed or buru"d t'.esh ar ; I t
into the ri Din in "batches." Thev are
numbered at the dorr like checked hats,
and they ar.' cared for ns their nu nber
comes around. Xo. 1 is first; No. 0" h:
something i" a wait, ami No. bO fiiids a
Ions inu-n.il between the time 1
at the hospital door an
minute he Ui.ds himself ill a bu
goon's han.ls. It is first come, first
.-i.d that is why that monotonous rv ro:i-
stiintly arises from the survon. "is he
l' s a S--rr- side of life that o::e sees n-rc j
The people &r nearly all of tl.riu j K.r ,
dtperate'.y poor, 'i'nry cannot :;lIor the!
luxury of a private phy-ieian. howtv. r se
vere their wounds, or however easer they
are to get bark to their work; and so IV.ey '
con.e and stand ia line, waiting for their
nurr.Vrs to be called, that t hey may . o up
and sutler, perhaps a great di al, that i for
ward they may suder less. They are of all
atres, in rats many of them, -ome of them
limping on crutches, some of them with
their heads and faces swathed deer ly in
bandies, sotae. of them with hands
wrapped around and around until the? are
as big as. feather pillows, some of them
with feet crushed and mangled, and idl of
them miserableand .suffering. And at long
them are the white aproned, swift fing ;red,
hurrying surgeons, dressing wounds b the
dozen, dres-sing some of them niarveh usly
quk-k, and always going on to the next
without a pause, with no tremor at the
touch of any wound, however deep or foui,
and with no twitch of the lips at aur cry
or flinching from pain.
"Is there anybody under eighty five?
Eighty-ix, eighty-seven 2?o. here you
are! No; go to the next table. You car't be
drensed ben;; you are infected. Is there
anybody under eighty-eight?"'
There is a short pause; then, sharply:
"Kighty-nine.' Is there anybody under
ninety? Ah, here you are. let iu: see
your card," for every patient has a oard.
on which u written a little history c f his
rncrption at the hospital, I. is trouble and
how he has been treated. "Where's your
No answer to this.
"Where's your card, carj, card: "'
Ptid no answer.
'"Can't speak Kngiiah, eh;"'
Then follows a series of pantomime. The
card fhshed out, t he patient is plan d on
the stool, nnd oil come the bandages from
Lis band. The surgeon's Angers mo ce so
lightly and ntpidly that before one k iows
that the man has bten touched he has
slipped off his stool to t be floor, and oi his
knees, wish his stomach jiressed close to
the Ktool, his eyes shut, his teeth leaked,
and his one whole hand ciinched and quiv
ering he fights his pain while his wound is
dressed. Ho lias not opened bis mouth,
for these people are used to suffering; they
have to bear it, but when he gets up five
minutes later with a spotlessly whiu and
clean looking bandage on bi hand he looks
as if he had marched into the valley of tor
ture and had ouly crawled out again.
"Come again day after tomorrow," says
the surgeon, and then the same old, "Is
It is a boy this time. When the linen
strips aro removed from his head yo i see
that he has a deep gash over his eye. He ,
18 a little pale, but Le does not even whim-
per, ior ce nas oeen tnrougn it an Dtiore.
and knows what must ba, must be. j
Now, when I was a little boy," says the
surgeon, taking the boy between his knees
and looking down into the young eyes,
"you should have seen the cut I had. That
was a cut," and he rattles along with his
cheerful talk, all the while his skillful
fingers flitticg around that wound until
he leans back, gives a half sigh and says,
"Yon needn't come till next Monday." It
is all over before the boy knows it,
"It'sabusy day today," he saysbrigMly,
and then, "is there anybody below 140 Is
there anybody" And then you get out
and walk through into the open air, which
is sweet and pure and refreshing. But
something seems to follow you. It is the
odor of carlolic acid and iodoform, a id it
sends a dizzying sensation through your
brain, so that out in the street, where
wheels are pounding on the pavement- and
men are pushing and hurrying, you cau
almoet bear it that monotonous. Lever
ending "Is there anybody under"
New York Tribu ie.
A Few Amerieanlsma.
I have always regarded "very pleased''
as a vulgarism, only not quite so btd as
that favorite expression of the uneduiated
"a very deal." It would be interesting if
your A merican correspondents would favor
us with a lit of linglish idioms which are
strange to their tars, and it must be done
soon, for the languages are assimilt.ting
rapidly. I have gathered from American
books that "quite so" is one of these
phrases. They may be amused to learn
that "quite a number," "quite a few, "he
did not have," "he had a good time,' "he
don't" and "be did not ever do it," were
strange to our ears until a few years a o.
Cor. Notes and Queries.
Little Girl (in the park) Those butter
flies is awful mean.
Mamma Why so?
Little Girl Quick as I go tochast- 'em
i . i 1 1. . . i ..
"It matters not that I must die." ooe saM.
"All evil deeds and food that I have done
Will be forgot. A century hence there will be
To say that e'er I lived or I am deaoV.
There is no thir.-j of earth that can withstand
Decay, the rreat relentless. All the temples
And built by mau must some time fall;
E'en God's own imapt withers at his call.n
Yet carved ho LU nana upon a giant bowlder's
And, hast remaining of Lis rare, he died.
A thoueand centuries of time sped round.
And on an island, cleft Id twiuo. they fonnd
A name carved ou a broken bit of stone;
Thus erst existence of a vanished race was
Cora Chase VaUh in Harper's Bazar.
An Improvement In Iron Furnaees.
An improvement in the construction of
annealing furnaces has been introduced by
some of the London metallurgists, and by
means of which, as it appears, a prompt
action and considerable saving are insured,
the method bein;r applicable alike to sheet
annealinsr, hollow ware, malleable iron
."ir.1 sheet tin or steel in the case of th
!':.--.t named the time Wins shortened by
some 50 per cent. besides other adv.iu-tan'-s.
In order to secure such results tlio
furnace is made to consist vf four outer
walls, within which, by the erection of tv o
side wa'.Is a:id one end wall, is a mtuini
furnace or annealing ovtn. The flames
and heated pa-e.s from the outer space pass
through r.umvrous perforations ia the two
side walls iiito the midii!- chamber, and
after traveler.; through ail this sp ice es
cape by L : u dues, furnL-hcd wilhdamp
ers, to the cai;r.ney slack.
Only one lire is used, and th; pot con
taining th-articles to be annealed by this
arrauireme !?, subjected to a uniformly dis
tributed be it, as the result of which the
pot does tu t suffer from undue strains, o?
1 backlir.i;. and iu consequence it lasts a
loQSpr time. The uniform distribution of
the heat obtained by this means insures
aniualiii'4 in a shorter time, ami likewise
caiis a reduced consumption of fuel, both
of which :!-e iui;KUtant coiu-iderationa.
New Yi-rk Sun.
King Out. Wild Hells.
Kariy i:, 1 7 the IVnnysons left Son-er.--by
for iVec'a II.il house, near Hig't Beech,
on the si.irt of Kppin? fore.-t. IJown ia
the hollow, a couple of miles or so away,
stood the e! 1 Xoraian pile of Wa'.thani ab
bey, with i's memories of Harold, the last
cf the fus iii king, and its famous old pea!
cf bells. As the time drew near the birth
cf C'hri.-t the poet heard them pealing
through the mist strange voices, unlike
the music of the four Lincolnshire ham
lets. A week later they bore him a happier
measage as. the old year passed away:
niog out. wild bells, to the wiid sky!
Itin out the irrit-f that saps the mind
Kor those that here we see no morel
King ia the valiant man and free.
The larger heart, the kindlier hand:
Uin'T cot the darkness of tho laatl.
King ia lite Christ that u to be.
I'iea.-ant it is to know that whila we OKe
"Tears, idle Tears," to Tiutern abbey, we
are indebted to the old tower of Wait ham
Holy Cro-s for this jubilant anthem of the
bells. Good Words.
A sensible bit of advice was given by a
man not long ago to a quarrelsome friend.
It was in a brickyard, and two of the men
had a dispute which ended in blows.
In the skirmish one of them was hurt,
and the employer, whosawtheend of the
fight and was a man of more temper than
discretion, advised hiru to get a warrant
for the other's arrest.
While the matter was under discussion,
a man who had aeen the wholeaffair made
his way to the injured party and said:
"You don' wai.t t' get no warrant, Jim!
You p t yourscif two pieces o' plarster,
good, big ones, and put one piece on ycr
hade and the other on yer mouth, an you'll
bead rifhl!" Yankee Blade.
Where Lake Hichigan Cets Its Water.
Lake Michigan has no visible inlets;
where, then, dues it get its replenishment?
from the I.ocky mouutaius.
Through rents and crevices, down into
eaverns at the roots cf these mountains,
pour ever the waters from melting snow.
Four thousand feet they sink to strike a
gravity incline that levels with their floor
Under thia city and elsewhere on the west
side of Lake Michigan this is the proved
theory, theory as good as proved the snow
covered Rocky mountains are constantly
sending their waters to supply Cowage and
evaporation that is ever going forward in
the watery expanse. Chicago Herald.
A Norwegian Town.
Uammerfcst was burned down three
vpnisi Afro. Anil Voua oinp Kn n.liu i 1 1 in
woodi on first stories of granite. In the
suburbs one finds the old turf roofed
houses, which are more snug than any
other. The turf is Laid over the bark of
birch, and is warm in winter and cool in
summer. Iu July it is covered with grass
and flowers, and forms a grazing place for
freshly weaned lambs. Children are sent
up to keep the lambs from falling over the
eaves. Cor. London Truth.
Sow Fate Treated a Beantlwl Model.
Mr. Frith, the artist, lately met on the
streets of London a poor old woman with
white hair and one eye, to whom he dis
pensed some charity. She turned out to
be the original gay beauty in the carriage,
the center of the great artist's famous
"Derby Day" painting, executed thirty-five
years ago, and which is now exhibited in
the National gallery. London Tit-Bits.
Men Who Rail Against Greatness.
For my part, whenever I hear any one
railing against a man of eminence with
whom be cannot possibly bave been
brought into contact, I know at once what
it means the railer Las been writing an
idle letter to the eminent one, and received
no reply. Exchange.
Hiding "Away Gold.
The tendency to Lids away gold is re
markable. Except what is seen by the pub
lic in the form of jewelry, in gilding and
ornaments on signs and buildings, iu plat
ing on various objects of art or use, the
gold is out of sight. It has wholly disap
What becomes of all the alant"fe of the
i I0hl is a Question that is ofteuer asktd
. than answered. A vast amount of goid
Las been taken out of the earth within the
century now uearly at its close. New Or
In W0 Elizabeth's wardrobe, according
to the official list, contained 93 robes, 102
French gowns, 67 round gowns, 100 loose
gowns. V6 kirtles, 130 foreparts, 123 petti
coats, 66 cloaks, 31 safeguards, 43 jupons, 85
. Wet.. 18 lap mles. pautofles aod 37
Bsj r ,.-)l-hecnd rcliaveall tba torLt-?" . y
jtei.t'to a Villus ptitoof the tyrft.uu, t::c): i.
t-U-iw. Kvajcc, Droweinesi". Inst' t-s i"
raiu.. I ain iu Um tuJc, c Whii th...
TSJari'"" success has been sSuwi: v. vw.v
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H f hsd Tar ofi-xi f-e cc iu th- U s t honi
11 in ibu cum J aim w a lthiIumc o. several ef
tlif bf -I wilf . s m r e Inii.d s . t r. an i k is
jo-t rers-T ei fTom a t -arof ttie ar;ft b. fp ula
in Kurcpe, wtii -e he r.H- b en st id ins: tse Ta est
and mot rr.p-nvert n:etho-ft : f ireaT.is the d.s-ea-
1 f hich tie in .L--p a iH-cil.y.
He l;as la, j.Hr ot n,ru-n e prior In hi
E.ron an 're. aiet i i 1. kiw n in ih vie n tv
ss he ht ruie l.unilr. d.- in jour ri y and vicin-
nv, id tl.e U tin ee itar-. He tike" no incur
able di e-., t ut l.aaetirt-d hr.nlr abo hava
1i-ii iv Hi' ia ii cu b e I j i..- si Dhv.h iai .
Ae tr nr. ct.n ii- uti.rb, ehrvuu: d arrhoea.
pair.f ii or Fep;ire- eu i.'ej h'ru: on, li A tnttiinn
u e nmu. tni i at on rr 'lie hitrtii. r. d atK t f.
ilvDp i, r-uii; :i ion, k dney. n inarv and
tn.-idCer ir.-ai-les. lineal a disease, tarte won a.
crooked lin t). an'ei..ar ed joinis.clnb io t,lii'e
fwe lltijr. i.e:v..u-net urn. central ncbuiij, impo
lei.cy, h oc rrlita. riiiiple-, bo'rhen. .mci r.
dnip-. grMVel :!-ei. pou rrhoea. bdmec, h- art
e aeaae. n Htr i. si. viiq. dance, pTvvaia
rbenm. -m nft roa. fanmle weakm etc
All -ur.- cm! o. erilioM pcrri-rmd.
Fnile -v f.r tit' n it:ve y enrrd.
flln. rertd i hoa- pin, Lnife or ui'tTe.
R oni f d tktn oisearea cured by iu prcvid and
ever .ai i :ts lemeuie.
Etis ro-e ryesturad in one minute sitbnnt
pain. Wtat. atrrv rjes, dropi-imif l!d, erannl-
ated liii, wte ejt of any form, ii . hairs, cat
rratt. fe pn.i, tp-1, Kum . turniiitC In and
Car Sorten and ccafDesr, n'.eerallon, dit
cbarue-, pJvpas etc.
Noss N-.f.i ca; rrh. polyi as of tbe nose, pliia
lic uptra ions, etc. Dr. n' altera tin absolutely
and iHrmtue. t y cure a: c.e of raiarrb tbat
evereainad He horesi'y hel;eve he can show
s errster record of c?es t catarrh enred abaa sil
other pbyr-le'srs in t!.e state
Mnall tnmors. eaneers, wirts, mnlti. etc.. re
moved ith-.i.t ariai, anite, narn er acar. f , v
meib.-d. Eli-e:iv)l s'a.
LDre-Tbat -'lired' 'eelirg as) all the female
weaknes s are crora: t'y cnreil, BloKt ng. scad
acher, aartoci aro trailea. ceneral . ebtl ty,
sieiilefe rf, depre.sk n indlfaction. ovarian
IroBb es. Innaiamatmn and nloe ailon miuig and
alsi'iacrinentft. pi inal esknea, klucey com
1 lalnts. ud rbanire of ltf.
OasAHaL W ass Immediately tnrd sad
run vieor resio-ed. 'Ibis distreasin; amiction,
wbie:: renders life a bnnieo and marriage imios
aible. Is tbe penalty paid t y tbe victim of impro
per mdn renae. Tbe not caaate must acknow-
e.ica iba the pasicn are tbe great msgaet by
which tbe vtioe world la attracted. DrMroy
tbera aad what have ef Man ia ao loncer in cr-
f ted In the o; povt'e aez; the interchange of tbat
blisful rcpoM wbirb now attracts and ir tertata
the whole wi rid dirts no lorger; n sn cesser to
be hst .od made liiai: the wi,r d is no Ion er in
teresting to h m, and lemorseandol app intment
are his coni-aDt companior a. onenit lr. Waller
at once, ai d yon will find the stmpa'by slq re
lief ibat ou iHivelv rta-itre to be haopv.
Re rr ember tbe cate. and come earlr, as k's
rcKaae s-e always crowded wherever be goes.
Lyman P. Walter, M. D
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'"cj-j.. .-. 7'"" "3 din. ui,-tiu5s M-aimsji
J1--LI.O ' -v-sklr. for tbiaieol&c
l-. I 'Irii. - l..r... .f ,i n 'olirt All till
..: i - . c r oil .k s.isrr tucin
: --r. ' .. - r . Crf.tt Sf ik i
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Dr. Feniron'a Bel ab'e Bcmedy. Tarn on g every
where scone ine ladies as tare, promct ana
electnal The orttrinai mcn' saltation. Price
t sect di ct, sealed : 'tiformation free. Address
Cston Keolcal to , Bost n, Mass.
VftSMisi iXtiisi if ii n
A QUICK AM o COSI-rivs ftotwar St
BAAWLV VISOR na Ih, Oil. 1 . a . . m t
IwSaXUAL. DISILITT wOST
" 1 . V. r.' A ' I . v 1 - SV. U
I am a Trav'Iins w.i 5 !'!! set! - ' v 7;-jn-
I f ;te cf j.il V:.?rt3:' .t
1 piirsi e my t!J veev!- -i.
I'ai still a Trav'lfcg man ! A .: 1 ili batik ni2a !
For he Iiimsclf has said it,
nd it's jirjatlyto his cr'.J.
That h? is a Trav'!:s-..-; ni.;n ! That h? .'3 a Fatrbnr.k man
SANTA CLAUS SOAF
by TrvATj ni-.-n cnJ Grocers Everywhere. A'arntfacttTeJ or.'y
K. K. rAlUBK a CO., Chicago, I!!.
Patronize Ilomc Industry and Protect the Labor of America
- MEBRifK'S SPOOL COHON. -
it Is Six Cord Soft Fir jti. 1 oil teasnre. and i.- cq mlly well aJapted for Usal aiiJ Mict.-.c
btwicg. l"cr tale br
a id Dry weeds Hisses generally.
MERRICK THREAD CC'205 Firth Avenue. Chicago
UJCOHPOHATHD URDKB THE 6TATB I.AW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
EOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. ra. to 4 p. tx, and Saturday evenings from 7 to 6 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned on Personal. Cc.
lateral, or eal Fstato Security
P. L. AllTlIEI-L, Proa. T C. E :.:. WAITS, Vire-Pres. J. M. BUTORD, Cash ei
P. h, Mitchell, H. P. Reynolds, F. C. Denktntnn. John CrnhTich. H. P. Eui!.
Phil Mitchell, L. ytmoo. B. W. Hn-st, J. M. Bofoid.
Jactisos A Hcbst, Solicitors.
$WBtgn businiss July 8, 1EW, atd occcpy tbe fecthtnst corner of Mitchell & Lynde's Ltv
.11 ... a. ,1(111
U bow located in his sew shep.
At 324 Seventeenth. Street.
fcCF' Light shoes s ape eialty.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Bock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and yon will receive prompt attention,
TIMBERIaAKE & SPENCER, Props.
Yon can save money by
5 AND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Glassware and "Wooden
MBS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
cut's Fiae Shoes a specialty. R-rclrin? done neatly and prompt y
A akar of joss- patronage respectfully acciu-d.
sale in Rock island by Harts
T.- , v- .w a . i
aaroaa akq um nana.
I Old Secrete' end ti...' '.". inscuverles of Medicni L.
Married I.ife. s!e r!d i.rt- for our wwndrt-t'nl li
X 1 ... Ti.if it-iw v I...-, vifx: .-kk'l VI Tn nv o.m.'l r
fw6iir'- -'(' eopr Surety '.-', ...'.;in sealed t jver. "ami
P Ml:? ' i TXf. 6R-.8 MEtCAt CO.. Bv
1803 Second Ay.:."-
Cpposlte the Old stand.
tradirjg at the Old Reliable
1618 SecoDil &venn3. Rock Islscd, 111
.1,1 mttti A WrW
tew naraatn to etire all nervons disease, aticb as We Mr.et.
Loss of Brain Pow.-r. HraitHche. Wakefulness, Loct Manhood. NiK'btlv U"
awina, Nervoasnesa, Lusmtude.ali drain and loss of power of the Uenerau'.
Ortrans In either sex caused by over exertion, youthful errv-s,or i-iowf"
ose of tobacoo. opium or stimulant, wbteh so'in lead to infirm It . Consump
tion and insanity, i'ut up convenient t carry In vest pocket. I t "?r pac
areby mail; 6 forKw With every order we ve a uirtt'n tm-rntntw t
or rcutvd the money. Circular tree. Address Keirve Seed t o.. 'Ulea- ta
& Bahnsen. 3d Ave. and 20th street
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