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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOT EMBER 1892.
Dsfly aad Weekly at li
Avenue, Bok Island. Ut.
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pet aaa.m; tn advancs ft .SO .
AU eaminnteation. ot ciitiesl arganeata
tsra Ainatr, political r relltrlooa nut k
Ml bm ittKhvt for pablsaMoa. 9 .mob
assMssswillba printed over floUttoas stfaatarsa.
Asoyiaoas communications mot noticed.
Cm rvspoadeaeesoliclted.fi vnww tovaahte
! teak island cownty.
Wednesday, Kotrmbu S3. 1888.
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ADVANTAGES OF THESE PECULIARLY
ANTIQUITY OF JESTSJ
Tk PfeHoanphy of Uia Immortality f
Joke. is. ThU Mundn World.
VTe often bear Joke or Jest referred to
as a "veritable Joe MiUer," aa though
that well known Write bf tacefcions re
marks and. bad Dona wrnv the source and
Dangers to Which They fountain head of current wit and humor.
floufcb SeaaoaIia- The truth is tliat Joe Miller, who was a
. A.re Liabl
partaae of the D.-khoo TKe Are ' veritable personage, was ased eren in his
'. A - . .. 1 . . . . ;
Well Salted for Inland Navigation,
I own day merely as a sort ot Bunuosititious
I authority, nearly all the bad jokes of his
V initio embodicoeri ji or the whAletw.k ' time DeWR Credited to him. and later gen-
Tberb are 612,600 telephones in
Lord Alfred Tkkhyson is the 1,173rd
person buritd in Westminister Abbey.
More than J0j bKirapbiea of . Colum
bua have been wiitten in various Un
Ex President Barillas has been or
dered by the courts of Guatemala l, pj
his barber bi'l. i
Vrs. L&kqtkY will stni to the Chi
cago exposition a doll three feet hiiih
specia'ly modeled to resemble her in face
1' 1LLIONAIPH BL''1)GETT, of G.liad
Rapids, ho g .ve $2,400,000 t ech of
Lis two tons, was wiser .' thitn Kins L' ar,
for he kept a like 8i:rn for hirrn(if
Ton suit Mi bio 3 0 wivts, the kin? of
Dahomey 250. the shah of P.-rsi . 4U0,
the king of Siatn 600, the kins; of Ash
antee 8.000 and the emperor of Morocco
about 6 000
t'TRBarr cr conductors receive' on!;
08 J cents for a dsy's waes in the city of
Berlin. The day is 18 hours long, with
a half-holiday once la two weeks. A
high protective tariff is the policy of the
Ex-Pkbhidkht Cbaiiberlaih of tie
Iowa agricultural college.is now farming
in Ohio. His property has to extent cl
113 acres, and be is not such, a theorist as
to be unable to make a practical success
' of the business.
Thomas R. Wendell, cf the Chictgo
InterOcean suff, has accepted the posi
tion of managing eiltor of the Peoria
Transcript. Mr. Wendell is a young
man of excellent literary and journalistic
attainments. He has for a lr ng time
been one of the Inter Ocean's most relia
ble and effective political writers, " Dur
ing the campaign just past he traveled
with Gov. Fifer and others, furnishing
the Inter Ocean special reports of the
most important political meetings in
this state and elsewhere. Ha is popular
and has a wida acquilntnce among the
republicans of Illinois, and utdjr his
guidance the Transcript will no doubt
become one of the most vigorous and re
liable republican journals of the central
portion of the state.
Bavins; the Costly Llnoa.
Sort your linen, reserving the fines for
state occasions, for with good core these
will last as long as you live and yon need
never be caught without a table's crown
ing glory, a soft, fine cloth. K yon think
thin needless advice, go to any of our best
linen stores and you will find that good
linen, like diamonds, is never cheap, but
yon will find at moderate cost linen that
will be nice enough for ordinary nse, and
you can replenish this without a financial
If your eyes are good and your patience
unlimited three letters on each pillowcase,
just above the hem, are considered the
proper thing. You can hemstitch your
linen sheets and pillowcases, and if you do
not wish all your bedspreads snowy white
you can embroider one of Bolton sheeting.
The prettiest I have seen was embroidered
in two shades of blue in a conventional
If yonr friends have not remembered you
generously in the way of tray cloth lay in
a good supply. Accidents will happen, and
while I never counsel hiding soiled places,
still it is oftentimes better to cover them
than to send an otherwise clean cloth to
the laundry, and if you are to keep but one
servant every cloth counts, for a well
ironed one takes a great deal of time. A
cloth shonld always be in front of the one
who carves. II. P. Hicks in Housewife.
method of constructing vessels present
themselves from tim.i to time in our har
bors, and they are oi aa ugliness which
cannot be ignored 'et en by a landsman.
The novel and peculisr shape is urged by
the builders as a spiial advantage be
cause it is of economic al construction and
gives the greatest iterative' power In pro
portion to the qaanfcty of material em
ployed in bnitding it,-lut this iron tank is
e rations having reached the conclusion
that he shone by origiual instead of by re
. But whether we choose to credit one the
ory or the other, to make Joe Miller a man
of wit or a mere blockhead, it is true that
most of the merry jests found in bis book,
as well as those credited to Li in by com
mon consent, are centuries older than his
time, and the peculiar thing aboirt many
of them is that they are common to every
formless and featureless for the greater ! WB "nfus "eworia. me only
part of its length and tapers abruptly at ' -T., " " . " Z. ". "Z.
the ends into truncated cones, which p.re !
turned a little npward to indicate at least
a bow and stern. Near the latter stani'.s
the principal deckhouse, which is a de
parture also . from fnaiillar types. Its
lower half is a sort, of iron basement fori
the upper story and intended , to lift it
above the reach of the water, in which the
hull is almost subme-ged when loaded.
ana on a cnopny tlay its nnner surface is i ridk-iiloiisnun of wrtiin xif h.-h im im-i.
a wash. Such a tieck promises bitttreach- j deit, il:s, actions and appearances all
rrous footing, cnuer tli.se conditions, and ; mnt have boon the same or practically the
clearly it was i)ot pit uncd to serve as a ' saniy to the people of the earliest races as
promitnndoj j to those of the most recent, the only lim-
One of those vessels is' propelled with ' Hat ion being that of a circutnscriiKd vo
preat economy of povcri becnuse latt;e ' cabninry.
surfaces are not expose'.! Hliove w.-.tcrtothe ' At a3 rate, as far bark as we can trace
tue sire.un oi literature, wo l:int along its
tiquity and universality are proverbs.
which possess such a strong family like
ness that they can ba followed back for
ages, the same in substance, though differ
ing somewhat iu form of expression.
The truth is that there is notMrg nawer
under the sun in the way of jokes and pun
and jests than in anything else. The acci
dental resemblances of tho sound of words
, having totally different meanings; the in-
concrnity ef ideas suddenly surfeited; the
retnnimg intiuer.ee of the air thrmuih
which she uiwesnor to the force or adverse .
winds. It is claimed tl at t bo unfavorable
action of head was in cl ecking progress is
lessened also. j
The observer niii--ss the graceful and
sweeping lines which h: ve marked so l.ihg '
the constrncfion of sriling Vess:ls, and'I
stenmshipsh.-ive had a 1 eaur,v of their own '
in tbe curves which aeRtuat the light-' ""V l,ie unK comio uramait,
ness of the poseupon the water and suggest ! Ari:-t.pi,am.s. and that th Latiu comic
to the ere the speed and ut.inchness of tho ' l'fcls; e re-sporiainie tor uiany of the jokes
in me huips. ci DroDornons lonu ..... wnj mi,u 03 iuuui ilm.
saore? jr,-gmetits ana scrafy-ror l:uraorot:s
find witty sayings, many of which are in
curn nt use today, and probably w ill con
tinne to be as long as the human family
Khali retain tl.e sense of humor. It is well
known to claf yical scholars tliftt some o?
the accepted bits of jest and humor cf
the Nineteenth century arc literal transl.i-
tried and familiar, ther) are parts of the
general contour stahdiig high above the
water, which represent i margin of safety
and gives activity to 'the vessel and the
power to save herself in trying situations.
It is a bold stroke that cuts away at one
blow the whole upper structure that has
been preserved so long and so stud ion sly
improved upon with the progress of cen
turies. . . :
. This Las been a reserve of buoyancy, of
which a great portion was given to the
ends above the normal water line, although
the largest displacement of the submerged
bull is made by the m ddle part as the
ship floats in smooth waier. When labor
ing in high aeas the ends have a motion
npward or downward like that of a bal
anced tilt board on each tide of its support,
but the application ot much farce is re
quired thus to awing tl mass and make
the ship ride the waves she meets. :This
cannot be accomplished artificially, for
there are neither appliances nor the power
adequate to operate tbera. . ,
The ship must Kave herself. The angle
of the bow and its shaiie, as- well as its
bulk, make ber responsive to the action of
the sea against it. 1
The run andcountcrif properly modeled
have qualities resembling in some degree
those of the bow, and it is their duty to
throw up the stern to a following wave
when the vessel runs befc re the sea. Such
are the functions of the various elements
in the accepted types. j alously guarded
In so far as the confirmation of the part
submerged may influence the movement,
it operates in harmony with the portions
that are visible to the naked eye, but the
lifting effect of the water upon the inclined
portion of the forebody is not sufficient to
raise the boat upon a wavo of considerable
height and velocity. The water may roar
In the hawse pipes and rise even to the
bulwarks before the ship's heavy mass re
sponds to the buoyant action. Her whole
forward half becomes an immense lever
on which the sea operat s, and it oiu&t
have a hold to do the work.
It was the high bows and the high sterns
of the Nina and the Pinta of Columbus
which saved such craft many a time in
storms now forgotten, which form no part
of history. On our own c asts the famous
Chebacco boats may be seen even in recent
years as a survival of tie same type of
construction, and they were accounted
great sea boats in their day.
The ocean's moods have not softened. If
l it is no longer the same desperate venture
1 . i . . ,. . .
1 fc oute it w as to cross it, iuuni is respon
sible in a great measure for the change.
The caravals of Spain and the "pinkies"
of Chebacco Parish, which were the con
crete expressions of their builders' creeds
and plans, annunciated .1 real danger.
With the radically new type of craft, al
most submerged, this danger must be met
again. The whaleback has shown her fit
ness for inland navigation, but in the lone
I seas of winter storms she meets new con
I ditions. Proportioned as she is. the hull
is exposed to the sweep of the sens, and if
in pointing downward she encounters one
the hull may enter bodily into the volume
of water. Diving is the najne they give it.
In this possibility lies the danger to ves
sels so constructed, or to any deep laden
craft of but little sheer, wlen lying to the
wind or riding at an anchor; and for a ship
advancing the danger is 1 ot less, us the
mouiemtum of her weight is opposed to
the Impact of a mass of water still heav
ier, and as it sweeps over iier the force is
exerted upon such portions us are salient.
That the builders of the v Imleback have
failed to anticipate this result is not to be
supposed, for the rounded x)p of the hull
is adapted to withstand gn nt pressure, as
well as the more insidious tmcroachmcnts
of the water on this portion but the deck-
If We Con Id Choose Oar Own Names.
A good deal of difficulty might be spared
ns if we were permitted to choose for our
selves the names we are to bear through
life. As it is we must take up with the
notions of taste and propriety possessed by
other people, and have no more to say
about the matter than about the shape of
our noses or the color of ;-our eyes. This
the generation ahead of us, for it imM.s offers a point of attac the impetus
as tuough frosh from the maker's hands.
JVo doubt if wo had a record of the tpufcen
language of the primitive man, whoever
he may have been, we should find the
same things that have become famUiAr to
us iu the kuowu literature oC the world.
Jokes take on tho character of the peo
ple among whom they become domesti
cated, becoming coarse or refined, as the
temperament of those who employ them de
cides. Scandinavian humor, for example,
has much of the spirit of the Vikings,
much of the swing and crash of the ham
mer of Thor, while the jests of Italy and
France are as keon and pointed aa the
stiletto of the one or the racier of the other.
Some millionaire who is ambitious to
benetit his fellow men shonld offer a laie
reward for the invention of a new lot of
Jests, the only condition beln J that they
should be equal in quality to the time
honored ones which have amused the world
so long. .. Perhaps the quest might be in
vain, like the search for the philosopher's
stone, but the experiment would be at least
worth trying. San Fraocapo Chtouicla.
. ; . . . 'j y 1. .
, A French Sr.bame for Room II eating.
The teachings of M. Trelat. the practical
experiments of M. Somesco, suggest that
the natural porosity of our walls, especially
the outer wails, should not be destroyed.
These wall should be decorated, not with
paper and paint, but with porous, non
conducting substances, snch as woolen
drapery. The, outer walls, on the side
nearest to the inner surface should be
hollowed throughout, thus constituting a
double wall, with a space of about four
inches between the two walls.
A beating contrivance of whatever de
scription may be found most expedient or
economical should be placed in the base
ment of the house. A warm air chamber
or shaft traveling round the base of the
outer walls should supply to the hollow in
the walls air taken from the outside and
warmed at the point of admission into the
wall to a temperature of from 100 degs. to
120degs. Fuhr. This should maintain the
temperature of the inner wall at from SO
degs. to 90 degs. Fahr. Then the w.ilis
will radiate sufficient heat through toe
rooms to enable the inhabitants to con
stantly open the doors and windows, and
to breathe cold, fresh, outer air without
As a rule fires will lie unnecessary
dampness will becompletcly banished from
the house and to maintain some moisture
in the air it would be expedient to decorate
the house with numerousevergrecn plants.
The inhabitants should then bo able to
benefit by unlimited ventilation, and could
breathe pure, cold and fresh air coming
upon them directly from the outside.
Popular Scieuce Monthly.
h i taic
full measure of influence over us without
this added privilege. It transmits to us
the individual curves of its eyebrows, the
special tints of its hair, and its owu grace
or nngainliness. In a good many instances
we would chance these things if we could.
The blond dauist! wonld suddenly lie-1
some a brunette and rr.ore permanently .
than through the Valium of dyes and 1-1
tions. The da;-' haired youth, on tbej
ether baud, mi;, hi change his midiayut
locks for the : ;'i i.!i type of yellow and a
eestry npon u, '. .. le;.-' p'.iysi-r.l :hnr
aeteristics, it m . we have stuuH kjiu
pathy. Prm: .louraAI. '
01 a uireei rusu 01 water mav bo enor
mous, and the structure made to resist ic
must be of a strength iu excess ot ordinary
marine construction and built to with
stand the twisting force developed by the
seas, as well as their strnigt i How, for the
quickness aud intricacy of their move
ments baffle an attempt at measurements.
What they will do must b judged from
that v h!eli they have done. It has hap
pened to a ship's boat in a hi away to have
! the cutwy.ter twisted out of her iu weather
. not the vrst. Jiistosiich dangers that
pe: tinns of a boat or vessel
J are . exposes, a:. I it tin- t! cknoiise ot
I v!.alc!iH;.'k Is d.-M-roye-l thos iir iacrippb '
A Story of Julia Ward Howe.
I always hod a liking for old ladies, and
now when I think of the people whom I
have met, and who have made any impres
sion on me, I find my thoughts run as ever
toward the pleasant old ladies. I made a
new acquaintance this summer in the
widow of a former prominent newspaper
man of Boston. She is now about seventy
years old, bnt one of those entertaining old
ladies, full of incidents worth relating
and reminiscences of distinguished people
whom she has known and been associated
One of these little incidents especially is
worth relating. In the early days when
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe was becoming
known as a public speaker she met with
some opposition both among her frieuds
and the people generally. Walking down
Charles street one day with a friend, Mrs.
Howe noticed the sign over the Charitable
Eye and Ear Infirmary and read it over
slowly. "Charitable Eye and Ear Can
it be that there is a charitable ear in Bos
ton?" Boston Cor. Springfield Union.
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Safety In Grindstones.
Some mesns for the prevention of acci
dents to workmen while grinding their
tools at a grindstone has long been ir-eded.
A safety grindstone rest seems to fulfill
the requirement of such au invention. The
rest, which works backward and forward,
is fixed parallel and in close proximity to
the face of the stone. When a tool is beirg
ground the downward pressure holds the
rest firmly, but in the event of the tool or
one or more of the operator's lingers
owing to Rome irregularity of the surface
of the stone bwomifg t'.rt;.vti between the
tuc 1 ;:; ti .se of the oper
!.".: hamt away. This causes
.!i away from the stone uud
:: rs e.r tcstd. K .:e!;ange.
.:; rest to
' :t'W.'S I lie I
always wcke:; 1
nml because h
: 't-OTjTisrftie.v -'
t v.rjr. ler vr'li? the baby
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tiupmise he t
; no t-i'Ubl',
Srcc esf ful y 1ea'fd T"Tor the
La est Scientific Print iples.
No Exp'rirojit r 1 t.lf R presenta
tions. Conrnltailen. Exam nation
and Advice Fret- ami Con
fidential Ji.X Karper House. Wednesday,
t zjr :
1 1 i usr rs ,
I am a Trav'Iing rfn ! 1'!! toil yot; of rny p!ax
, f in spue o ail umpiauoii
, v ' I pyrsue rny old vocalcn. ,-. '
I'm stiU a Trnv'ling man I A j-:.'y Fcirbank jnan. j
.CHORUS : .. .
For lie lirmself lias said it, . I
nd ils greatly to his credit,
That he is a Trav'!i-i tnn I That he is a Fairbank rr:
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
Sol'l by TraveKi'g 1 '.-r. and Grocers Everywhere. A: n.i f.-kt.rcj (
Y . N. KFAiRBANKv A CO., Chica-o, in.
Patronize Home Ini?i8tryand Protect the Labor of
. DU. WALli-K
H r vi of i t. er i" ce in :. I.i t -I 1 it ni-
t I ill tlie C'.lnl V li e! 1 H L'l -i1 eee 1, Vi;; lofi
the test -- : l l-i s in t e ( 1.11m Sin. an , h ..
jn I : w.i i:..:n a i nr. Hie a g.'.-t le sp t U
in h.nte, lui J P- iiu- b a tvit i t t1"' s i St
anil tiin-t j i ie. ii . t1(i , t Itj. it Ai Vm li.s-
ea-G? 1 Mi ll lie . R . a :I tpei ; l.y.
Ill- t.a- 1 li.l t vl 1 I... 1 i-n. - r. .Ir.r fn Lis
V.: rep mi rii. 1111 t . 1 1.10 :i i i tiin vir'n t;
ll,. II' 1' tl : f t MI..T. il Ill wi: . r . t! ' .1 n n.. in
111', ill H p L-Ih ti.- t. ln. li- i...t.a ... i
aNle i e: I in i.;-n .fiei.! 1 mui'.-i. Hh- have
hem civ n up i ts :.b 1 y 1 1 1 ri'.i -u iai.s.
Ac .to iiu i ;.r.i :r e tl.erh, elm me il'arrtioea.
puitifji or t-njipi-eii n e. s r:i. e". iufl lu-itinn
li. ni.inp, ii na at .. or rel.'ait.lif dalK-M-s.
tylH'P ia, n .ti 'ii'ini!, k:itney. i-.:arv and
iiaer ir.in le. Liittii a uisea-e. tane w..r-.
cronkril im.lis nn . en.ur eii juiiis.rlnb :o. t, hii
iiwe hup. m rv.iie-ti.-ss iinn rei)rr:l I'ehuiiv, im;:o-u-nr".
" lenc rrhi a. ) unpk--, b otch.-, "cntie- r.
dropsy, gravel pirei. (rnu- rrho;-a, bdriHi:lc. h ail
d;esse. Ii.stcrm. si Vinn ilami', p r..!(,
ibvum. tuin ett m, feniHie weakn rr, tie
All nirt!!C--il o. cralions pt'rf'.imeu.
Kpilej.fy nrfitj-r sitivo y cured. '
) l!"i cind viib. t piD, trUeor.aurtic.
B eo.i i d skin ...seuM i- enred bv is l.iovi d and
ever fai i.ic rerrn cie-
ti ro.-s ry curet in one miritite wttbnnt
pin n. w.ak.wi.tcry eei, ilrop: linn lirtf, prannl-
a li, or.; e.v.s or eo f. nn, wil i hairs, tat
ct. fal-e Biwi!. o-i. cnm . tnvnimr ia and
Eak t-orwr ani iksfi.crr. uleersiion. dis-
eharee-, pelyj.o. tic.
jvo.B n-mai cat rrb.Doiv. n or tbe nose, man
tle opera ionn, etc. Dr. Waller can absolutely
and im rnianei tiy core any tunc cf catarrh thai
ereiisied He hoDentiy believes he can show
a greater record ot cane. . t catarrh cored thau all
.v v ... : . . . . I
v.u." uuj?i.iari ill inv piaie
Sunajl tumors, cancer, watt, mule, etc.. re
moved ittnct acids, knife, pain or scar. N.w
I'iniiii, birctroi si.. 1 ;
LaDiis-That -itred" 'ectirir am!'. the female
weakness. are uromi tW cored. Hlnut n. bead-
aches, nenco- pio-tratlun, penetal neHlitT,
sleepleseness, depiesxi. a. inctgestion, ovarian
tmnb es, inflammatinn and nloe a ion. falling and
displacement, si inal weakness, kldL.y com
plaint., and i haPKe of Hfi.
uu.iNAL MikNkrl Ircmefll&telv enrrd and
full vieor nred.- IMs distress-n affliction,
whitii renders lif. a bhrdeo and mam.ce lmt os-
aible, Is the penalty paid hy tbe victim of impro
per mun gence. l lie mort caiste mnst acknow
:eilte i bat lbenansion. are the erent macnet bv
whicb the who e world is attrac'ed. UentroT
them and whitl hi.Te ef Man is no longer in'er-
pteu In the oi tnml-e rex: ttie interchanee of that
blissfn! repose which now amsets and interests
the whole wi rid i-t no loi per; niso resner to
be whai God made Mai: the w. rd is no Ion, cr in
teresting to him, and remorse and ui app intment
are nls constant compainoi'S. onsnll Dr. Waiter
at once, and yon will find the svmpathy and re
lief that von otively lequlre to be happy.
He j ember the ate. aud come carlv, as his
rousu air always crowded wnvrever he goes.
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
.'748 State Pi , rh'cago.
- r kerick's .spool mm.
I : )
It 1 Six Cord Soft Fir si. I all ir essnre, and is cqnal'y well acap ed for Haul a i.i
. . I , v . - i. . I etsWiag.; JPorsale by
sad Diy Ooods Hossee gencrajly.
MERRICK THREAD CCV205 Fitth Avenue. Chici
Cstarrh f nd kindie 1 din s--s tte&twl al the nai-
f vo rule of 5 a mi nih. medirin. s free. For all
otl er dise see ti e ra'ei" will 1c low and uniform.
and in preportii n to the ac'.nbl cost t.f the medi
An l a lenta uppiyire lit ire trt.en aiinetci:
Ked cnl Institute before Nov. 20. will be treat
e.1 until cravD al the uniform rate of $5 per
month. Remember this lateon'y holds good ux
Vil Nov. 20, 18!)2.
Read what Miss At demon FSys:
A l'dy of Mo'.lne. Illirois. who visited a Daren-
. poninEt inuun.
An Interview with Her Regarding lie
Treatment There A Hearty and En
Mis? nut Anderson, of Molinc, III., came to
Caver port some two mouths eco and epplied to
the Scott Medical Institute for treatment. She
said that tbe had n.flirid frcm Chtonic Catarrh
for tome ei(;ht years.
A re; orter to ir.trv:twd Mies Andcnon a
few days apo 'was received tordial'y ar.d given a
pleasant luter ic w, the eub-tacce of wbice leas
"Cutarrh nlmost wrecked my w hole system. Tn
til ately I have b en sick furtbepaat six or ei.ht
Tears atd took treatmeni irom s unmwr or pny
sicians without relief . 1 he d s eae lian such
held on my system that U had eaten a hole through
my palate, in) nose wo uu clog up, t nan a heavy
discharge of mnceus Into my throat, violent be.nl
ache. roarinc noius In my ears, weak ees and
my throat was sore and pained me when I swal-
1. wen. My s'omacn was oui oi oruer ana loud
"I could not sleep at rixht tnd I became ner
vous. About two nioutiis azoi placed myreli nn.
der ireatmi nt ar the t-cott Medical Institute. To
day I can truthfully ray I am cured or all my
"My ears nose and throat are all right. I am
free from all my former symptoms 1 est well
and my food agrees wuh me. I sleep soundly all
TREATS ENX BT M&IL."!
t To tbs FiBLie: Tbe rtum of mail treatment
nnrsued b biott M. dical Institute cuiranu.es
the same ffect.ve results to those wbo desire to
submit their ca es through correrondence as to
those who come in peison. Their "question
I lnnk." if properly filled out, will dlatrnoiu your
case in a thnruo?h way, and as medicines are
promptly shipped, those living outof the city have
the tame BuvtAi.agt is those who come to the et
Write for the trectment by mail, medicine free,
and rid yonr-elf of the mestptinful and annoying
ciieeaee in ine caiaiogue cl auman uis,
Fcott Medical Icstitute,
22 1 Brady St-, Davenport,' xowa
OVKB AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.
Sr'KCIALTIESr-Ca'arrhand .all d'sesses of
the Kya. r ar.1 hrrat and Lnnts. Kervuus dis-
eate skm diseases, chronic ulsesses
Of.;ce hour-' : V to 11 a. mM 2 to 4 p. m , 7 to 8
IHOOBPORATKO TJNDKB THB 8TATB UW.
Roek Island Savings Bank
KOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally (rem S a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
rte T3roent Interest pa? J on Deposits. Money loaned on Pernon&i.
lateral, or Real Estate Security
T. L. MITCHELL. Pres. t C. DBNKMANS, Vlce-Pres. j. M. BUrOSD.ftif
P. Io Mitchell. B. P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crnbangh. H. P. BiD.
ran aucoi u, t. nun on, a . w. tinrst, j. M. Baford,
Jaoxsos A He 1st, Solicitors.
SWBegan basiness July 8, ISM), and occupy the southeast corner of Mitchell
1803 Second AwJ
JOHN G IPS ON,
Inow located in his new shrp, j
At 324 Seventeenth Stree
"Light shoes a specialty. Cppcslte tie C'i
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Hock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or esp:
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
TIMBERLAKE & SPENCEB, Ft
You can save money by trading at the Old Relial,''
5 AND lO CENT STOK
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Glassware and YcoVe
MRS. C. MITSCH'3, 1314 Third
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te wTiaarip.te to dire nil nTvorn ,1::.,
Ifof Jtr;in rwr, Hfful.-wCiie. V:tK-'i:ltiff. ,-.-t .,
BioiiB, KfiTOHf le. JLsUti nde.rill ir;iin- r iJ t;i o! t
Oryntia either px caii'i liyv'i cxrtiri, vr.dtl.i
use ot tbaHio, crpium or stimulaiit 3 vritit h io 'i ! ;-.. l
tiun nod liiftJtn.ty, iiit ip ci'aviiUont t. vnrvj in v.
' aati ty inat'; 6 f.5f. With -vtry $ . oMr .ii a -.'
VTTtjWhd tuc rnofury. Circular iree. area r crve
For sale in Rock island by Hartz & Eahnsea. 3d Ave, scd 2tl:
-. :-( ifj? r;i K?"r-"f; bath's
JS'-'iLi,; .' '( !"-.: c'ii.s r.ti;s--i, d.iivons
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rHio desires a Rood bnslness position ntt.oWorMIs
"alrclty should wrl;u aL on: o fur J'rorpejius or tho
Hindis Metripoi:uin linp'.ncri Cf t-e-re. t'ltv-r.,...
Jnusualtacilitieafoi plBeh:,Tr"-'iiM-e5. i.iat lltAu-d
A years. Ocvintcs to ova !; - J';'!i
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