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j-waion, at Denver and Colorado Springs with
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-aoudUM and mining-districts In Colorado,
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! t''C,.'"vT'.WM- w dred Information
V"' JOHII SEBASTIAN.
l Tkt 4V Paaa. Agl,
IT'S RATTIER TOO MUCH FOR YOU
the ordinary, balky
pill. Too bif: to take,
and too muc.i disturb
ance) for your poor sys
tem. Tbe iriallest,
easiest to take, and best
are Lr. Pierce's rieas
ant PeUetB. 1 bey leave
out ail tbe distnrbanc,
bnt yet do von mora
good. Their lielp last.
tion, Buions Attacks,
, Sick or Bilious Head
aches, and all derange
ments of the liver.
itomacb, and bowels are prevented, relieved,
and permanently cured. They're gvaran-
trra to give sausiac-ttou, or your money la
If you're sitfferinjr from
Cutfifrli, the proprietors
of Dot-tor Snpe' Catarrh
lieiitcdy ask you to try
thoir medicine. Then, if
you can't be curec', they'll
pay yon $auu in cms.
nil Cbronic leases
Saocessfullv Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No Erprlnri9ats or False Representa
tions. r;onsultatin,; Examination
and Advicn'Free and Con-ffdential-
At Harper House Saturday,
Bra b'd Tear of expf -'ence in the larc; s- ho.pi
tl in the ennntry and is a crinlute ol i vcrhl or
the best colleges in the Unitid 8 t?. ant h-
a t rttnmed from a tnnr of the !argeit b tp t.l
In Earopc, where he ha b -en tnd inic V". la" gt
and mom improved methods of m-ating the dis
eaes nf v hich he rrmk.-e a speciiliy.
He ha bad y.-are ct exiH-riumc prto- to hi
Korop -an trip, and Is well knnn in this rlc'n t
as be bns enre bandredx In your city anc. vicin
ity, in the la-t three ear. He takes no incur
able di-eaoea, bnt hasenred hand re h) have
been alvi-n tip as inco-abie by 1 1. al phyirians.
Acnte bns chru ic catarrh, chr nlc d-arrhoca,
painful or sopprewed mei at rnat on, lnflnmiori
ol the womb, u.flan.ation of the bladder. d:b. u
dyapep-la, constipation, k:dney, nrina-v and
bladder tronblea. Britrhi's diseaso, tape wor s
crooked limbs anl enlar ed ointf.clab !oy.wil'e
swe ling, nervonanfas and ireneral debility, impo
tency. leoc-rrbea, pimple., blotches, anc r
dropay, gravel gleet, gon rrhoea, h)drocel , h art
d'st-ase, bBt-na, m. Vitn dance, p-iraiysis,
rbrnrruitim. aettmia, female weakm ra, et
All enri:ica o.ierations performed.
Enileiiey or Bts p -vitive y cored.
Piles enred wilbont pain, knife or elastic.
B ood and klu diseaecs cured by injprove and
never (ailing remedia
Ens ross eyes cured In one mlnnle lthont
pain, n ca. watery eyes, dropuimg lids, sTaiini
ated lids, sore eyi-a of any form, wtl i bair-. eat
rrci. laiee papns, spots, fcnm
oat of lids
Ear Nnes and deafness,
charge., pnlvpns. etc.
turning n and
Not-N-.l ca -rrh, pnlvr ns of the no, p'.ns
tlc opt ra ions, etc. Dr. Walter can ab.lut-iy
and wrmanci tlv core lot case of catarrh thai
ever existed lie honemly believes he can show
a greater record of cases . f catarrh enred tljii, all
other ihyr.lciaas in the state
Sn ail nmors, cancers, warts, moles, en. .re
moved ith.i;t acids, kniro, pain or scar. N.w
method, tlectnd sis.
LaniEs-That "tired" feeling and all the f emal
weakness, s are oromut'y cared, Blosting, hrd
aches, nervon prortraiton. geuerml . etl tv,
sleeiilessi ess, deprej.nl, n indigestion, ovarian
troubles, inflammation and nloe atlon, fallii g and
displacement, spinal weakness, kidiiey com
plaints, and change of hf .
Oroabai. uihi Immediately enr1 and
full viaor restored. This dilres ng affliction,
whien renders life a bnrden and marriage i nis
aiblc, is the penalty paid by the victim of inanro
IHirlndn'gencf. The mot chaste most sexnow
leoire ibat the nasrions are the great magnet by
which the who e world is attracied. Ues'my
tbem and what have ef Man is no longer in er
enteu In the o: posite sex; the interchange of thai
bllsefnl repose which now attracts and iiit-irests
the whole w. rid exists no longer; n an reae to
be what ;nd made him : ti c wor d is no Ion er In
tercning to him. and remorneand til app m-ment
are his conx ant companions. onsu't I)r. V alter
f ence. and yon will find the svmpaihy a.-t n
Jief ihat von poitively req-.lre to be happy.
Ret ember the date, and come rarlv, as his
rooms are alwny ernwded wherever he goes
HrW Hlter will return every fonr weeks dur
rnir the year f IH93. Brii g from two to foir o.
of urine for cbemlra! analys-.s.
Lyman P. Walter,
f 748 State St.. Chicago.
S (T "W T "Ens- "IC
A new and Complete Treatment, ennslsth- r ef
nnnpositorles. Ointment In Capsnis, also in Box
and Pl'la; A Positive Cure for External. Blind or
Bleodlnc Itching, Cbmnie Keren1 or Tiered tory
Piles, Pibalb wsAKKBssasand mr.nv other dis
eases; It is always a rreat benefit to tha general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife onnecefsary
hereafter. Tbls R medy has never beea krowa
to fall . 1 per box, f or ST; sent bv mail. 7hy
snffxr from this terriable disease when a wrtten
rnarante is positlvly glyea with bottles, to re
fund the money If not cored. Send, atamp lot
f ree sample. Onaractec lasted ky oor ageal.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on thd '-tomach. Liver and I aw
ee; dispels Dyspepsia, Bilknsnes, Fever. O lds,
Hervons Disorders, -leeple-snes.Loe of Appe lte.
restores the compleciion; perfect digestion fnl
lows their tue. Positive core tor Bice Hbabachi
and ConsUpatlon. Small, mlhL easy to take Liirea
Vialaof 60 fills' cents. w.
jjHAKTZ BAUNSttN Sole Agenta Rock Is and
Irsar.e t-srsoni Kcrt ir4
teceiwl. Send n m-, . P. r -h . . ' .
HI tWIt ,-. . " ' "a
. j , .o ictiii fin
die c 3 Eli. P.
rn.KAr 10 8pr.iae
r treetf, where adver
I idnf oootraata may
A MAN WHO DOES A
AMOUNT OF WORK
IN A YEAR.
He Beads rroof In tit Lanrnagr-s and
Ttlaleeta, Yet Be Gets Only Twenty-one
Dollars a Week tie Telia Interesting
Farts Concerning Bibles.
A most intercrtin:r illustration of the
marvelous eupacity of the human brain is
found in the person of an ernnloveo of a nnlv
lishing house in this city. His duties con
sist of proofreading in 242 languages and
At the IJible house on Fourth avenue the
American Bible society employs as proof
reader Mr. J. Kmery Mclxan. He is a na
tive of Canada, nearly thirty years of afro,
quite 0 feet 2 inches in stature, and has
been a resident of New York about four
years. Aside from his trying task as proof
reader, he bus found considerable time to
devote to literary work, which, during the
life of the late Count Norriakow, Russian
exile, included the correct "Englishing" of
the count's translations of Russian works,
and since the demise of the nobleman, Mr.
Alclx-an has aided tbe Countess Ella Nor
riakow to some extent in her labors.
Mr. Melx-an's functions as a proofreader
cover the linal revision of the proofs of the
Holy Scriptures as printed and circulated
by the society, the languages and dialects
(242 in number) that he handles beinR des
ignated under theno Leads: British isles, 1
to 6; cont inent of Europe, 7 to f; Asia, fc9
to 163; the islands, IG3 to IS.; Africa, IfW to
217; American continent, 218 to 242. For a
fact, in many cases the sjiecimens of proofs
show the different alphabets or characters
which the people use. 'i lie Vurkisli version,
for example, is prepun d for Moslems in t he
Arabic letter, hut for Armenians an en
tirely different form is needed, and for
Greeks yet another; thus, making due al
lowance for n petitions, the specimens (242)
aeltiaily repiwut nhoi't 213 languages end
.r.t'lkl!:" ,!;to cccottiii, the womlerfiil
vc rs.il ii.iy ,i oratn necessary to coj; with
i iuunniiMt-Hacss nu,t:lxr of words and
cii.iriiTs n these l;:miatre.s perhaps the
strangett features of his remarkable Kift is
me tact that Mr. McLian is not a linjjuiM;
-ucHs not convtrse in oy language but
English, nnniiies he uiitU-rstand any other,
his work beiny done purely through his
power of er.it racing form at siht.
Take for illustration John iii, 16, "For
God so loved the world that he pavo his
only begotten sou, that whosoever belie veth
in him should cot perish, but have ever
This in Dutch reads, "Want a'.zoo lief
heeft God ele were-ld phab, dat hij zijuen
eenijrpeljoren' zoon gegven heeft, opdat ecn
ieKtlijk, die in hem gelooft, niet verderve,
r.aar hi t ceuwipe leven licbbe."
The Maori (New Zeal.unl) version is this:
"Na, kola ano to aroha o te Atua ki tc ao,
bomai ana eia tana Tamaiti ko talii, kia
kahorc ai e mate te tangata e whakapono
ana ki a im engari kia whiwhi ai ki t
4i The Mandingo (AVest Africa) reads thus:
"Katnko Alia ye dunya kannu nyinnyma,
an ading wulukilering di, mensating mo
amo men lata ala, ate tinyala, barri asi
balu abaelaring sotto."
In an interview relative to his labors Mr.
AIcL?an gave some very interesting facts.
"1 find," said he, "that the work tells
pon me severely and seriously at times,
1 have experienced spells that almost verge
upon nervous prostration from the effect of
coatinuous application to proofreading
and when I feel the spell coming on I am
obliged to cease work entirely and rest.
No, I do not understand any language but
the English. For instance, if I am reading
a proof in Koordish or Arabic I read by
comparison that is, I have the originid
Ik fore me and correct the errors in tbe
proof by form, and that entails the great-st
possible exhaust inn. I men! ion t he Arabic
for the rejuson thai that is one of the most
trying forms of proof to read. lxok at this
"To an inexperienced eye it resembles an
intoxicated series of tiothooks. shnrthnn,!
characters and Cy specks. The Georgian,
as you see here, is full of crabs' claws and
carkscrews. 1 ho ancient and modem Ar
menian are each a cross between the ni7l
dazzle and the ta-ra-ra boom-de-ay dances.
The Sanskrit resembles a Monday's wash
ing hung on lines to dry big clothes, little
clotbew, pinafores, all kinds of clothes. So
does the I'unjabi or Sikh, t he Gondi (Cen
tral India), the Marathi and several others
only each line appears to be burdened with
tuut'Tunt styles of garments."
How did you got into tbe war of surf.
'By years of solid practice, I am so un
customed to the forms of letters and char
acters that my eyes instantly lead rne to
detect an error in a word or sentence. The
public at larg have not the faintest idea of
the magnitude of the manufacture of Bibles.
Take the American Bible society alone.
It was organized in New York in May, 1SMV,
by a convention of delegates from the Bible
societies in different parts of tho country.
It had been preceded by a large number of
local and independent organizations, tho
Sldest of which was that established in
Philadelphia in 190a Its work is benevolent
and unsectcrian. The only version in the
English language which it can circulate is
that which has been commonly received
lince the year 161L
"Up to date its total issues of Bibles, Tes-
Lamenta and integral portions of the Scrip
tures are over 50,(100,000 copies, and its ex
penditures will reach nearly $25,000,000. The
American society acts In conjunction with
the British and Foreign Bible society so far
as circulation is concerned. The version of
the English Bible now in common use was
Bret printed in 1611 in a folio volume which
ntains 1,200 pages, each measuring six
teen inches by eleven. If two pages were
printed at one time and 180 impressions
were taken in one hour, each press in a day
bi ten nouns wouia yield ine equivalent of
three Bibles, and ten presses would be re
quired for a production of 9,000 Bibles a
'In 1859 the Protestant missionaries were
tent to Japan, and it took them twentv
fears before their translation of the entire
eew Testament was teady for circulation.
I mention these facts merely to illustrate
ihe labor that is necessarily involved in my
crancb of the work. A single error upon
By part. If allowed to pass, would render
lseless the complete edition, and that
would involve a vast expense. Hence you
nil readily understand that a clear brain
a positive necessity. But I must say that
am more than convinced that my time is
-orth something better than twenty-one
lollars per week." New York Sun.
At an evening party a discussion arose on
lie transmigration t f souls. A financier
present, thinking to-make a capital joke,
legan to say:
I remember bavina been the colden
"You beve only had the gilt rubbed off,"
eplied a lady. Presw.
Got jrament Enrliah.
One complaint very frequently heard I
among experienced execut ive Afflcera of tbe
government is as to the difBcuTtyof finding J
clerks so well drilled in the use of the sim- j
pie Enp-lish that thev CIU1 tin trnctait 4a I
write a plain business letter expressing j
their ideas briefly and with clearneaw In
legislative bodies everywhere in the United
owtvea ene sioveniy way m which bills, res
olutions and memorials are drawn has be
come proverbial indeed it has been seri
ously proposed in the federal congress,
which might be presumed to represent
fairly the average of popular intelligence
and education in the country at large, to
appoint a legislative censor tr editor, whose
duty it shall be to revise all measures be
fore their formal presentation to either
Any one who has conducted much corre
spondence with members of congress or of
state legislatures must have been struck
with the carelessness and inaccuracy of ex
pression which have pervaded the majority
of the letters passing under his eye. We
sometimes hear complaints of the hard,
angular, unnatural style of the official com
mnnications emanating from government
bureaus. It is true that these commu
nications lack that literary grace which is
the charm of the best literary correspond
enco, but the literary quality can well be
spared from business letters if we obtain
clearness and accuracy in its stead. Good
Kow Try Ihia
It will cost you Bulbing and will sudjy
do jou rood, if you have a ough. coldor
any trouble with throat, chest or lunas
rr. Ktots New Discovery for i.-onsuinp
tiou, coughs and colds is cunranieed to
Eive relief, or m uey will be pnid bnck.
Sufferers from la grippe found it just the
thini nd under i-e use had a speed? Dd
p:-rftct recoveiy Try a -ample bottle at
our expense and learn for yourself
cow cooit a thin? it is TrUl
rrce at Uartz & Bjhnsen's
LiTsre s'z 50c and 1.
o. 11. Liitioni, jew U isSii, w id., was
troubled wi;h neurnlgH ami rh uniatistn,
his stomach was disordered, hid iive-r was
effecled to an latm'ng degree, appetite
fell swar, and he was terr hly reduc ed in
ftVsih and strength. Tr:ree bottk-s cf
Electric Bt'tvrs cured hira.
Edward S. epherd, Harrisburn. I;i.,hvl
a running sore on his leg cf eight years
standing. Used time bo'.tks of E'eciric
Bitters and jcvtn boxes of Backlen's
Arnica Stive, and his leg is sound and
v.e!l. ,Iot.n Speaker, Catawba. O.. hd
five lrtrce ftver sores on bis leir, doctors
snid he was incurable One bottle Elec
tric Biiters Afd out box Buckleu's Amies
Silte cured hiui entirely. Sold by Ilnrtz
BCCKLK"8 AiiNICA Si.I.V Jt
'H e '..est salve in the world f-.r .?:.
sruieca, sores, u! ers, ,H rhcuns. ' rvrr
orcs, utter, cha-ppe: hands, riilbluir.s.
roraa !;r.iJ .I1 skia crapvions, and no--i-iivelv
cures piloa, or no pay requlrd'. ft
s in-'srenteed to givo perfect eatiEfar'i. r.
r mont-j refunded, ftic) 25 of.r'.,s t ei
ri. Tct n: hv Hurts ft, ntoser..
I was trouh-el wnh ca'.&rrti for stven
renrs prtviova to commerjcins; the use of
Ely's Cresm Blm. It hss done for rac
wrat other so called -cme(i:es hivi: f .iled
to do cured n-e. Tbe rff.-ct of the Btlm
eerr.ed m.titl. Clarence L Huff.
B.ddtf .rd. Me
After irying mmv retneijes forciitsrrh
dur;ng the pst 12 jears, I tried Ely's
Oeam B it T-with c. mplete mccss It
is over one ys.r sinc I atonped uinif it
snd hive had no return of catarrh. 1
rei OTtmend it lo all my fr:tnds. Milton
Palm, Pcading Pt.
will eTcr be the
Gout. Influenza. Backache.
Pains in the Side. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
iierore yon seed to boy, obtain
t7 FREE OF CHARCE-W
the valnabie book! "Guide to HealtV'wit
eaaorsemenu oi prominent pnyuaans,
Prize Medals Awarded 1
Euro pen. Honsesi Rodolitdt, Lmidon,
25 & 60 Cts. a bottle, For Sale
eosxt tos sunrn
rIf troubled with Gonorrhnaa'
for bdv ounatnral dlachanrtiaako
Ironr dnicsist for a bottle af
Big O. It cores in a few days
withoattheald or publicity of a
doctor. Non-poUonons and
irtiaranteed not to stricture.
I im tTuoersoJ America Curt.
. Ti Ev&nt CbtmieaJ Co.
a. u. a
I ABSOLUTE CURE poff
WILL NOT CAUSE:
9:C.a 'JO PAIN, NO ST AM.
s. i -r.tr.l ?6.rujra:
wastoria is Dr. Samoel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium. Morphine nor
ether Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric. Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting- Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dr. G. C. Osgood,
" Castoria is the best rerae Jy for children of
which I .ra acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use C&storia in
stead of the various quack nostnimswhich are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
afents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Pa. J. F. Kincbeloc,
The Centaur Company, T7
rHCORTORATSD CNDKB THS STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Oneo dail j from t a. m. to 4 p. ra, and Satarday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
FWervsrcent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal. Co-'
lateral, or Real Estate Security
F L. MITCHELL. Pre. $ C. DBNKMANN, Vlce-Pre. J. Ji. BUFORD, Oaahloi
r. u. j.itcoeii, a. r. ruvnoias, r. c.
Phil Vltrholl T. HIma.
'Began business Jnly , 180, and ocenpy the ontheast corner of Mitchell Lynde's new
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
226 Market Square.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIMBER LAKE & SPENCEB, Props.
R. . Hudso M. J. Paehs.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kiods cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
Shop cor. Ffrst ave. ard Seventeenth at.
Qavenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
C. DUNCAN. ProDrietor.
AMD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Al' klnda of Knu hn.u .-J .
m stTiaSv'ian vf
- .j mm unti pattern and artistic work.
Saor ArDOrrrcWtimrirrt.venne.Ti.arFerrrl.ndUg. . BOCK ISLAND,
. .-ELY'S CREAM BALM 1 eansea the Kaaal tFmTHZn
V I tbT kwf" , IB,J? ""J InflammaUon, Hernial :r0?
Xltlho"). '-wtorea Taste and Hmell. nd ( nreal fJi-ATAR9?y,
XaX I Gives Relief at once for Cold in Head. I TtVHyi
I Jppip into tha KottriU. It U fytiirkjf A btnrbfd. I Axiv-..'
" 50c JJruKgisU oc by mail. " i"t t r1 T
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" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any preecriptioa
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, Jf. Y.
" Our physicians in tbe children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have anions our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tha
merits of Cartoria, has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United IIosriT.t, and Dispensa&t,
Au.sx C. SatrrH, Pres.,
Murray Street, New York City.
Denkmann. John Crabaneh. H. P. Hall.
0 or c . r
1706 Second Avenue.
when dpi rrl
bronxe easting, all .hades and temiere
J. MAGER, Proprietor:
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