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THE AliGUS, WE. JNESDAY JANUARY 18, 1893.
rmtHahed DaUy and
Taaaa Oaily tOc -prr montfe;-WMtlf -19.00
par annum; id advance fi.au.
All communications of critical or argaraeritar
tire character, political or raliinoua, most have
leal name attacnen lor pnnrcanon. m eoco
articles will baprlotad DTer tcatton algnatarea.
Aaoraoni enmmanlcatloa. not noticed.
Correapondenee aolfcHed fro a, every township
a bock lMaaaamnur. - -
W kdvesday, Jamoabt 15 ' 1893
Bob-eb are a 'drug on the Idaho mar
ket. :': ': ' " - . ; '.,
THKbezl inspect destrojer kuown is hot
Railroads in Palestine are becoming
idr very common."
ErFFKi's Panama' stealings were about
as tall m nia.towerr . .
Peohia. Herald: Ore of the Illinois leg
islators has a bill requiring milk dealers
t give bonds. Paopla who buy milk
are not aftof bondf, they want milk. Let
the bill be amended so as to require milk
dealers to give nvlk, and first class milk.
Therb was a woman in it. The name
of Lenide Le Blanc, the beau'.iful ex
friend of. Due M.'Aumale, is now promi
nent in connection with the Panama
scandal. Her house in Paris was the
center of the whole Panama intiigue,
and. at her dinners the incrimioaud.
ministers, dcpuiits and editors met the
cashiers cf the rotten enterprise. She
herseir feathered her nest luxuriously out
of the haul and was so braided up with
every other detail that It mutt have
taken much ingenuity to prevtnt an al
lusion to her before the court f appeals,
She is Bafer before the parliamentary
committee of inquiry, because it is said
that more than half its members were
guests under her roof . in those lavish,
The rrlon Commissioner.
Since Mr. Alteeld made his canvass
largely on a promise of reform iu the j
prisons, it is entirely proptr that Gover
nor AltgtM should tke ihe first oppor
tunity to change the personnel of the
penitentiary commission. The governor
has done so. ComniUe ioncr Dent has al
ready resipnpd. All of his arsociates
have probably by this time reccivid an
official requts. to eurrtEdcr tbtir office
forthwith. Tue j will, of course, com-
It will he time to criticisu Governor
Altgold when he shall Lave ma''e his
own appointments and the new
commissioners shall have shown
whether or hot they are in accord
with a reasonable programme of
reform. No institutions of the state
will receive closer attention hencefor
ward than the penal ios'.itutions The
count it nee of ibe niale bus been pretty
tbonuubiy awakened to the acomalous
and riscrace'ul relations in wflichthe
state has stooi so the moat wretched
class of its citizens. The constitution
has been a plaything to the schemes of
contractors. Cruelty the most atrocious
has waited on greed and corruption
Gov. Altgeld, by bis oft-repented prom
ise, stands expresly pledged for a re
form; and we are glad that he bas lost no
time in proceeding to fulfill his pledze.
The Modern Daughter.
The humorous publications still keep up
the Joke about the modern girl's ignorance
6f cooking and housekeeping, but actually
this wit has become pointless. The stand
ard of housekeeping and the science of
cooking were never higher nor better un
derstood than now, and It is the .young
women who are stepping in to relieve moth
ers of long borne burdens and in fact show,
them how much better' they can bet "bezna.
Said a mother the other day, and sho ts one
tt several who has been heard recently
speaking in the same strain:- - ' "- - '
"Edith is delightfully taking from, me
the domestic problem. I have tune forev-.
erythlng nowadays. I've thought myself,
ilways a capable manager, but she does
better than I ever did. She has trained our
one maid to a degree of efficiency I should
fiever have hoped for. She markets to bet
ter advantage and more appetizingry, and
test of all finds none of the routine a
drudgery." c : - "
Instead of failures and drones in the do
mestic hive this generation of healthy, well
taught girls are splendid helpful embodi
ments of that all around development of
the Nineteenth century which permits Uiem
to toss a salad, make a'bonnpt,"or dlsoom
the tariff with equal ease. Iler "Point of
View in New York Times. ... ,., f - ;,
Te Ievet.th -erie- -
Or any other eimiUr epidemic, the blood
and the whole fitstem should be kept in
healthy condition. H,fT feci komfrit
or have "that tired fAjia4"-4n:te in rfc
ing, do no; belgSiU!Vrfti!t(me
immediate attention toyqurseTT,'"irake
Hood's Sa-saphilla tViyiHtrtfcp.
ify the blood ard preejtjdj!g!a
i " r-
Ilood'a Pills cure hJV, lH i'un4,c',
biliousness, sieki befltcy aN tttoj
71 J m 1- a. J
ISuctt irmiao ant -tnlamtg:
A New York! lhwjp pThiiia luStpfS)
increase in weaJtii ns' firrtiutmiritrBftifl 'Hr
was duo to the-.temfooleryxif peojllei Il'or
example, a clicnt-of-minw had hoise
that he swappeil foiian island iu-ite aound.
The race horse tvenx ltfriiiil ffce other
man brought suit tec',L'r'dartfaces. This
made my client angry, and h brought Butt
tat misrepresentation of propertyfcTne op-
Dosing lawyer was a ft i&wt pfiiuiKv Each
tad two suits, arid we fftught them tooth"
and tall. Now he owns the race horse and
I own the island in the sound." New York
Sun. - ' . !: -'
Many things whicb r4dortlfled poB-
ess do value, but -wno . wpuia say luai
Dr. Bull's Couch . Sjrqp-, possesses .no I
merit? It is the tandaTd remedyof iur j
lrf&aj dor aLLreonal At-
the Scott Kedical Institute
BalM Ijt TNIr Weadetfal Trie
t let Remarkable
tinner l-hronle IMseaae This
Olt-iTrebI. a the Work r Ca
. tarrh-.V Lreasna From rfcyalolaary
Mhowlas Hoar . Chreale Uiarrbaea
'." MaayOiber three le OUraaea
,Are Caap by Catairh. ' )
A few weeks nf o a young lady of an
usual, interest aDd brightness for her
years came into tl e office of Dr. Wilson,
of the Scott Mediial institute. . She said:
"Doctor,-1 don't know whether you
could do anything fot me or not that is,
I don't kbow whether my trouble comes
under, jour line oi specalties or not, I
know you are catarrh 'epecialisis. and I
can readily see bow bronchial troubles,
tar. troubles, and even stomach' com
plaints may bo produced by citarrh x
tension, but my trouble is different from
these, I have a chronic diarrhoea. - It
has bo reduced and weakened me that I
am scarcely able to walk. Yuu see how
thin and pale I am I have no strength.
I bad to- come here in a carriage, and :
could scarcely get nto your offlse, but I
determined to see you and wish to con
sult y. u Now I wcu'd like to kcow if
my discaee chronn diarrhoea comes
under vour line of specialties.
Dr. Wilson said to her
'You have been to school!''
"You have studii d physiology t"
"You know wha. a mucou? membrane
"Yes. lunders'anii that a mucous
menbrane is a membrane that secretes
"Well, you kcow that it lines the
whole interior tract of the body, do you
"Yes, I remember that very well."
"Well if you understand all these
things, you can readily understand bow
your trouble may be entirely of a catarrh
al nature, and bow t may be the result
of cattrrhal exttnsion.
"Catarrh is a di case that is liable to
attack mucous membrane wherever thev
may be, in whatevet they may be locat d
ibe internal lining of the,. bowels and
intestines is just as much a mucous mem
brane as the internal Iidios of the stom
ach, eejopbhagus, bronchial tubes or nose
"Toe same general class of treatment
that cures catarrh it. the stomach or - ca
tarrh iu the bead or throat, will cure ca
tarrh in the bowels, which is the cauee of
The young lady skw the point plainly
and went under trentment. Today she
is well and Btrocg. In the place rf the
paleness her cheeks are mantled with
the color of bealtb and ehe is now a wel
Ibe instance is only or.e of hundreds
that micht be given to illustrate the fnct
that very many ch-rnic troub'cs are due
either directly or inoirecrly to some form
of catarrh and in all these a cure may be
tffected by removing the cause. Cure
the catarrh and cure the evil results that
$5 A MONTH!
When you go to tie ScrHt Medical In
stitute yon don t have to ask what ' it
costs. You know be'ore you start it is
$5 00 a month for medicine and treat
ment, no matter what your trouble is.
TO. WHOM HONOR IS DUE.
Davenport Teathnany Teatlmony Fraeand
The writer met Mr . Oberg ' at the of
fices of the Scott Merlical Institute one
evening lately and hard what be bad to
bbv Id regard to the treatment tnnt be
receive i from the physicians of that in
stitute, '-' -
The reporter would state right here
that -it would. -cert tinly convince the
most ikeptical to hat e beard this gentle
man make the follow' est earnest acd hon
eat statement; .
' "Ihave been sfflicbid with some trouble
in my ocse since I w is quite young For
'Mmon'.c Tetnplevl'aveniort,1owa. " -'
tho. . bast 20 years . I did aot ..brenthe
Jh rough my nose, l.i all that length of
f irne I did net get any permanent relief
and I thought my caso hopleas when.. I
viittd Dr. Wilson of the Scott Medical
iDgtitute. I had dull headache -oyer the
eyes, my nose was so died up I could
Pnot breathe and I ha 1 a constant dis-
otrBTge of mucuous In o my throat. I was
troubled with deafnesM, and at limes I
.was very dizzy. ; My atom- ca ' botber"d
me. and in fact I was enerally debiltit
ed. I was candidly told I had catarrh
and also nasal polypi!. I know I bad
some growth in my nose, for- at ; times
the disease would trotble ms-eo bad that
the poly Dii would be au ite plain to be teen.
wen. 1 was toiait wouia oe.- necessary
id have the obstruction femoved fr m
earth would entirely cure me. I on
went the operation, which was e
ccjara Drea HI as
n. I bail
iQKn DtiiEr tl ortnreew timenvas
e BlTrtror31nary Bfeafn "lllis is no
"sayBo'I w asjo tj derthejp fl oe ore
oT an at at 'thetfc T saw them removed".'
I counte4:tbm tod ther 4 are -a 14! h pr
erved trtAhffoffiet where ttfey "may be
etnJSo w -hts -xookTl ac-"f cnyST
.weeks ago and through all - the wel- and:
Cold weather fk-ai ns been staca I .have
had b'o return of my trouble. I am well
and cured. Dr. Wilson told me I could
be curvd, and-what is more I am eured "
Mr. Ober lives, a staud. in the' Ma
sonic Templo. corner Third and Brady
streets. Davenport, Iowa, and will be
pleased to talk to py person in." regard
to h s wonderful are.
When Yon fro the Soott Med
ical Institute Ypri Don't Have to
Aek What it Costs You Know
Befqre You Start " it is $5 a
Month for Medicine and Tieat
ment, no Matter What Yonr
' $5.00. A . MONTH. -
Are you paying a high 'priced special
ist 15 a visit and eetting no better? Th
physicians are curing diseuses similar to
yours they can probably cure you go
s&d see them 5 a month.
WHY THEY SUCCEED.
The remarkable succcS which the
Scott Medical institute bus achieved in
every departjoent of its practice has cre
ated a good deal of comment not onlj
among the people who are fil cted with
chronic diseases, but also among their
brother prtiC'itionera and the qaet-tin ii-
often asked, " Wh it is the cause of this
larte m -asure of success?' The snswir
may be stated in a few words. In the
first place the phficisns of the Scot'
Medical institute are skilled mm.
In the secord place they give iheir
whole time to their patients and to thc-ir
p ofession. When they are not in the
consultation room in attendance upon
their pttients they are distusting the pe
culiar features of individual cases, so that
they miy be ready to apply the result of
their deliberations in the consulting
TLis is the whole secret of their suc
With them the science of medicine is a
constant growth, and every ca?e a spicial
study. ' Not a point that bus my passible
bearing on the C89e in hand is over
looked This is the reason that they suc
ceed where others fail.
CHrontc diseases n quire chronic treat
ment. Your trouble bas been years com
ing on you. It bas invaded every part of
your system, weakentd and reduced you.
D you expect to he cuied in a week or a
month? Be reasonable, we are not per
forming miracles simply applying sci
ence to the practice of medicine.
CAS CATA&&H EE CULE2? YES.
We muke this standing offer. Sj man
so-called "cures" are brought before the
public that are valulesa and an impo-i-
tion, and aa a specialist is ant to laud bis
own treatment too high, we make this
generous offi-r to the public. It is almost
impossible to come to our office during
;fflce hours and not tlnd from one to ten
and frequently twenty cfes at a time
waiting for treatment. The physicians
of the Scott Medichl Institute invite every
person sunenng rmm catarrn, nose or
throat, eye or esr difficulty to visit their
parlors, 221 Brady street, Davenport,
Iowa, walk in take a chair, (i any be va
cant) inquire of any patient as to what
they tbiuk of their progress. If their an
swe. is not perfectly sat'sfactory to you
we will not feel slighted if you do not
wish to take treatment with us, only we
would suggest toot you enquire of a pa
tient .who ha been at least two weeks
undcr'pur caie. -Specialties:
Catarrh, bronchitis, asth
ma and diseases of the eye, ear, throat
and lungs, stomach and bowels; skin and
blood diseases ecsema, hives, blotches,
pimple; acne, ringworm, tetter, . salt
rbeum; kidney bladder and rectal trou
bios diabetes, B.-igbt's gravel, piles, fis
sure, fistala, rheumatism, neuralgia
lumbago, scrofula, . dyspepsia, chronic
diarrhoea, dysentery," consumption,
dropsy, liver complaint, jaundice, gland
ular tumors and all chronic diseases. '
TR1LA.TMENT BY. MAH
,1 Theo physicians have so perfected
their system of mail or borne treatnent
that they succeed quite as - well this way
a they do in their -office practice. All
who resTde at a- distance - from the' city
should write for a symptom' blarki" Yon
can be treati d at b.me j'iBt as well'Bs if
you came to'tbi office.; ' " - ' " '-.'"'
221 Brady St.,-
: . OTERAMEUICAJ)lEXPKESSCO.'.
SPEOIALtlE-Ca'arrh; Eve. Er
Nose; Tiir at, La u '8, N'tvous Diseases,
Skin Dree IMS. Chronic Diseases.:..
' OfDci Tlours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
m., 7 to 8 p. m.
Oa Sundays the .office, will .be , open
irora Ha. m. to p. m
I was troubled wiih catarrh for seven
veare previous to commencing the use of
Ely's Cream Bim. It has done for me
what Other so-calkd remedies have filed
to do cored me. ' The tffr-ct of the B.lm
reemed m-ieical., Clarence , L.. Huff,
Biddtfnrd, Me. ; . .."
After trying many remedies for catarrh
dnr ng the past ,13 yean, I tried Ely's
Cream Bairn with complete 0co as. It
is over oee year since Iatop-ppd psing "it
and bare had be teturn v of ' catarrh. I
recommend It to" a',1 my friebds. '' Hilton
avreiv 1 - f
Mlfter tw treatonhts 1 51
v .. a .7 a 1 ft
fell as me oayi w.t J
xo uppB orsiieces
I And her c
! Kewr roll
f nd my
Mistress Sans-Merci doth fare.
"TJttle MistreS SariSUercP-
t" 8h hjath uuidra
alarre ef met - t
5Comel"-and-X4ua faia to cnmft -
Never mercy doth she show.
rT Be she wroth or frolicsome,
t i Yet am I content to be
Slave to Mistress Sans-Mercll
5.. - fslttle Mistress Sans-Merci,
Ehe hath grown so dear to me
That 1 count as passing aweet
All the pain her moods impart.
And I bless the little feet tr
That go trampling on my heart;
- Ah, how lonely life would be
But for little Sans-Merci!
- Little Mistress Sans-Merci.
.. Cuddle close this night to ma
..And that heart, which all day long
RufhlftR!! ihnn hath Imd nmn. --
'" Shall outpour a soothing song
-r For its best beloved one
-And its tenderness for thee,
"Little M'stress Sans-Merci!
1 Eugene Field In Ladies' Home Journal
... .-: 1 "' c; ' i
Punctuality" at Dinneri"
Among the nsapes of good society
dinner is the one form of entertainment
where' punctuality should be strictly re
cognized. To be late is a grievous error.
To arrive too early is in many instances em
barrassing. Five minutes before the time
appointed is a rigid necessity. An invited
guest should observe these rules, and his so
doing is a good index to his social standing.
Avoid conversations that refer to domes
tic affairs, headaches, toothaches, children's
diseases, tragedies, accidents and per
sonalities of all kinds. A constant com
plaining of family disasters is not only dis
tressing, but an upheaval of physical woes
and household calamities 13 an annoyance
that under the best of circnuistances it is"
too generous to bear. Good Housekeeping.
Beware cf Ointments, for. Catarrh
i8 mercury v.iil eurely destroy the Eense
of tmell and completely derange the
whole system when entericg it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should ntver be nfrd except on prescrip
tions frcm reputable citizenB, as the dam
age they will do is 10-fold to the good
you can pofsibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F.
J. Chtney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no
mi rcury. arc ts taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu
ine. It is taken internally, and made in
Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
CS?Soid bv Druggists, price To; per
Peclioing AT! I ni -i' ih efitym --jf
The whale fishery Ijivseclined rapidly
since 1Sj4, when the-UnltecTFtatcs bad 002
ships and barks, 2S brigs and 3S schooners
in it, wi' h a total tonnage of t08,a. . At
present its tonnage is'QistrniAcant, certain
ly not a tenth ofwhat 'it then was. Eng
land is entirely out of the business. When
the latest accounts were rendered she had
but three ships ia the trade. Holland had
200 large vessels ai;d 14.CW0 sailors in the
trale in 3StI0; now she has neither bout nor
sailor in the business. I all Uiver Herald.
bheuaautB Lnrea id a Bay.
"Myotic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia rad;cTly cures in one to three
dss. Its aC'ion upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes at
once the cause and the disease immed
i M M-vpnears. The first dote ereatly
benefits. Wurrwted ; kj .Otto GrolTb,'
drugi-ist. Rock Iai4nd j' j
The ftrt newspapir devoted nuiir.ly io
advertisements anil ct'inmercial news ap
peared in 1COT. -
0 i nv 4?- i
tbess and evrrr l;;rjun .1 c!--?r-x arlsinjf
Truiii isrra bloou vjtc-.iiiii'.y.i.-catod by
thtt jje-er-fa!Iin2 siil ikai i.U ljnic and
Bonis" oa Blood anliEJan;-
- lYkiteil teotiTnonicls &r.t on
Svift Specif id Cs.,
'. . ATL.AM1A, CAS r" '
LONG LIFEJO THE AGED.
Old people can greatly pro
long 'tlmr lives if tttyilfonlJ
observe a few simpfe rn'eV. 'Tn 1
'A nrft p'ace they qnght al
ways to dress warnvf f tfffcT
-Vliyi'a tli- fll aTidjjeaTyjihl
pprii g! Then ttey onghtljo
eat ponrishiiig fod3 and'tc heep
the -1 feet warm: '"'Then : tlrey
ehotild avoid ; getting ' verheat-'
el . aip jsituag.., in , draughts.
Then aTe ttna main rules to be
observed-. .Thy wigrit also tty
keep.a ch'.erfnl. CDuntenance,
and to avoid wwryibg and. fret
1 tig. "Nothiog coiiducea : to- old
ase so much as Ihia. It people would
only maintain an equable flow of spirits
they would soon' see he change "in
bet er i onJi ioa ct health. i.!Wtoit they
d tkj cold they,..sbou'd, takei-Befd,8
German Coucband ! Kidney Carij-l finr
lis rat remJ dy"j,timul-teB4be- rfal
force , arousfs the kidneys to action and
rvatbret' 'the irculatim to its normal
state" ; This is the;- jotly coufrhr remedy
ft the market that acts ia . this mauaer.
Get i 6" ary dealer. , .- .
T.' Htlvan Kemkdt Co .
wocHwridei fancy freery
cxxr f'Kto Billfro, jV ,
ad g is c4 limand-4r
tfliere yfL I trofflT i
aaxch hJ the iseo. k
, . , TTT-T7 7T
kiwi tr;x"; ii '
f l lit T 7 1 I - -i
I .11 t
v, Spe ctac S -j
j ; ill
and' L'eader 'iKTStyl and"
FaLL STOCK or Snitirg3 and OvercoaMngs.
Star Block Opposite Harper IIotjss.
, l-STTry oar brand of SMOKED MEATS.
All telephona orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Kit.
First-class Hotel and RestrarnMarket Square, ' '
'w back of Thomas' drugstore.
r LUNCH GQXJNrjLR m CONNECTION.
- C fdoDd-ksbihS by day or nighL '
ilaaufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Geat'a Fine Sboea a rpecla!!y. Itmolrlar done neatly and promptly.
A ahare of roar patronage respectfttnT ar..ir'ted.
. . .... rTL
ave money bv buying your Crockery, Glassware. Cat
?ry. Tinware. Woodware. and Brnshps. at the Old and
' eliableandlOCratstoTe;'1, '-'
7.,., '--mKSf q.WTSCH,Si 1314 Third A vp
" B. F.JDeGBAR, r ,
Office and Shop Ckwier Serenteenti Et. - ... - . ' . - Tf T c 1 9 fl,
and Seventh Avenue, ; -. ROCK ISlil-
" tar All kinds of earpeoter work a BTdalty. Plana and estimates for all kinds of bnUdlcgi
famished on appUcatioa.
5 Q j SE1TERS & ANDERSON, ;
CONTCtORS 'and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.'
Jobbing dona on abort
CHBm'm Shoo T8I TwalfUi Street. " ' " EOCK ritAKD,
-rr--sr rr-t'f-i.- - H Si - -A: a! 8 tv
a m- m I
MR. H. HIRSCHiERo"
(S. a. t-or. Tmaii i .invc). sr. Lo,,
s poiniea i . u. jnoina t( aireu fn.T"
celcbra'ei' Dlann.nd Eiieciar!ri wt
t!M!?er.e t-rectacl- am Ey-a..'
... rt - t .H'u-v a.?ea'
from the eyes, and ev,-rv ra.r su-aw
Is gutiraBUed,-o that it thev ;nZi
the ever (no matter how or fcra-vwp
with a new i.a'r of v la. fep fnc nf
vt in r oiij iiicj L n JLrPn Til
1 rv-uM A C L. . .....
of the great eafjeflorTrj cT tie.-, S!J,
over any and all other row lisusetca
and examine ihe CBir e atT.H. ! !i.ini.
dru Bis' and optirian. Hoc lar,4
No Peddlers Snnplied.
1 x hj
workmanship, ha3 received
WM. GLASS, Proprietor.
1618 Second Avenua. Rock Island, III
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ootic and amoaractJoB) gaaractee. '
-hit nusu uua iaun wcnuicui iat .ea
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