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THIS AKGUS, SATtJKDAY JANUA11Y 2 1, 1893.
Trt 1BATBLEB8 6C1DE.
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A;! li-"'! er tra:ns arrive and depart Union
.''rr.'nirci'on Fa tpet ttwn Rock
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'" ,1! -'tt WF0RMATHHI FROM A 87U0 Of TICS KAP OF THt
- '.O L1
Eocl Islaci & Pad Rj,
V'.t'C. rtoute to a-id from Chicago, Jollot, OtJonra.
' 1a Sallp, Mnlln, Hack Inland, In ILLINOIS.
.rri;l,.,rt.i !nvatliip, Atttranrs, Oskaloosa, Tin
i m , a lnlert, Aoduhon, Harlan urA CoKncil
In Iowa; Minneapnlli and 8t. PnuL In MIN-
' ' "TA; IVatfrlown and Sloiix Kalis, In DAKOTA,
ir(-Ti, si. joscpn and Kanaas City, in MiSSOVKl.
Ori.ma, L'.nn;n, Falrbury and Nelnon, In .NEBRASKA:
At iilwm, Ixavcnworth, Ilorton, Toptka, Jln'chhion
v'. luta, IWIi-vlllf, Abllena, Dodgo City, Caldwell, Ir
' A VS.A?: K,r,l'ft"l'. El Itenoand Mlnco, In IN'DIAJi
-i Kli'TokY; Denver, Colorado Sprlngii and PuAlo.
: 'I.f)RAr0. Tr-.ver3 new areas of rich foralng
- " untzii: lima,, anording the bst facilities of inter-
'-".ini'iniratloa to all towos and cities M and wmt
'icrtuwet aiij southwest Of Cklcago and to Faciflc and
- - iu ic M upor-a.
tSTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
2-'altnff all cnmnetltnn In snlendnr n mi1r.njmi
-f.eti ancAoo nd rra moines. cockctl
ITS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
I'":;VKIt, COLORADO SPRINGS and PCEBLO, vl
KANSAS CITY and TOPE K A and via ST. JOSEPH
irM;iaas Day Coaches, FREE P.ECLIMNG C11AIH
"), and Palace Sleepers, with Dlnlnff Car Service
' c onnecU'ins at Denver and Colorado Springs wlih
v.-r)ng railway lines, now funning tbs new sod
Tr.Ai;S-ROCKT MOUNTAIN ROUTE
""r -olch snrrbly-qatpped trains ran dally
THHOl'GH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
-':' City. Orden asd Ron Pruclarn. TT4R nnrtr
JS1AND is aho the Direct ana Favorite Line to au
' -anltoa. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
"nic resoru and cities and mining-districts In Colorado.
DATLY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
-n ?t. Jorh snfi Kanw City to and from all lm
-":.-. t?TP. curr ani sortiong jn Southern Nebraska
v. ar.,1 tlir Ind.an Tlrrttory. Ata via ALBERT
- i S'UTr Pom Kaimw City and Chlcajo to Water.
" Si .ji ip ailNNEAPOLIS and ST. tfAUL,
' vr for all rointe nonh and northwest betwesr
iiw the Pacific Coast.
' ;r Tickets Maps, Foiders, or desired tnfbrmattov
r !r to any Conpon Ticktt Offioa In the United Statst
' or addrea
s r. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN
'.tr .sunagsr, Csnl TkL A Pass. Agt,
OEDOA vx ITT.
TO STOP THE PrOGRESS
of Con! umption,
you will find but
re mod v Doctor
In advanced raflen.
it brini comfort
and reli f ; if you
too Ion', it will
certainly cure. It doesnt claim too much.
It wont make new lunjrs not ling can;
but it will make diseased ones Bound and
healthy, when everything else has failed.
The scrofulous nTection of the 1 in;js that's
caused Consumption, like every ether form
of Hcrofula, and every Mood-taint, and dis
order, yields to the " Discovery." It is the
most effective blood -clranwr, st-ength-re-Btorer,
and flesb-buil ler that's knoxm to med
ical science. In 11 Bron-hip.l; T iroat, and
Lung Affection?, if it ever fails to benefit
or cure, you have your money btck.
A perfect nnd j'crr.-.nncr'.t cr.rr for your
Catarrh or J.V). .n c.i.sh. Tiiis i; promised
by th proprietors f lr. fcage'i Cntarrh
All Ciironlc Jms
SaceessftaV.Y Teated Upon the
Latest S'Ji9iitia3 Priivjiples.
No Exp )ri-m at? or Fale Represc ta
tions. O insult arin," Exara.natloa
?.ivl Advice Free and C' n
ffiential. At Harper Ilriiso Satarday,
Febr aar y .'4th.
II tf h l yoa:s of rx: e lcnc in t li 1 ir-. t l.uni.
til in th CtHintry and if ii i-ridjstcor s vcral oi
the bC!"t coilece In the United s -t.. an i b
j'l t rctu-ued from a tour of the 'argast hen til
in r. urtM., iit?re i.e i:n? n -en !t tin , nir te la iFt
ami most iTinroved mi Hinds of m a inn the Uis-cu-es
f hlch he m ikt s a fpccinlty.
ne u!i nu years oi exiKrietue prior to hi
Er.rop r.n trip, and i w-Ii kn.u ii. ibis vtrin-tv
a he h:'S cure i linndred in yoi:r ri y and vicin
ity, tn the lvt three M':ir. "He takes no tnenr
able ill ccs, hut haeenred hnndn '8h- have
been siven up ns lnciiiub'e by . al lhyioiatiH.
Acite Mit chro' ic catarrh, chr n o diarrhoea,
painfu' or suppreed mei Btrna' on. inflimation
or tiie womb, ii.fla-ration of ibeblaU ! r. diiib.-tts,
dy-pepi, eonstipuiion, kidney. Urinary and
blndder tronbles. Br;i;ht's disease, tn;e worm,
crooked limbs an 1 enlar 'ed joint". c!ab lo.-it, while
swe ling. nervotines an I cenernl dobiluy, impo
tency, leiic rrliea, pimple-, blot- hes, nnct,
dropi, j.-rvel K'cet. t-'on- rrhoca, h Iroccle, h art
d'seae, hysteria, rt. Vitn'" dame, pHr.lysi,
rnenni.iii.-m. h-i nia, temuie weann es, etc.
All Mir'.ca! oj eritions perbinned
Kpilepey or tits p witive.y cured.
I'iies cured without pain, knife or eaa-tie.
B ood and sktr. tllpcases cured by .iLtirove an.l
never railing rctnedie-
j.VEH ' ross eyes cured in one mnnte without
pin. Weak, watery eyes, dropnimt: lids, cranu -uted
lbl, sore eyes of any form, wi hairs cat
r.-nct. tiu-e pupils, po.its. scum', ti rnini in and
Far Nfisses and deafness. nle?riit:on. riiri-
Chiirw, polypus. e!c.
osk N'.s il ca:-rrh. nolvr ns of the nose, ri' 'S-
ticopera ion. etc. Jr. Walters cm abodnidy
and permanently enre ni v case f catarrh thai
evcrexisri'd lie horiestlv believes he can 0iow
a preat. r record or rases . f raturrh :ured thau ail
other physlrinns in the state
Small tnniors, cancers, warts, miles, etc., re
moved withor.i adds, knife, pain r scar. Xiw
mein in, r.iec;roi.i.
I.AiiE9-That "tired" 'eelirc and all the femal"
weaKnessi s are Dromiit'y cured, B oat'ng. head
aches, nervous prostration, cei eral . ebilitv.
siecpii'ssness, arpressh n, lnclRes Hon, ovinan
tronbies. Inflammation and ntee aiinn. falliiiLt and
displacements. s inal weakness, kidney com
I'lnties. nna enank'C OI lilt.
Oiwianal Weaknos Immediately cord and
full viuor restored. This ditres- nc Hffliction.
which renders life a bnrden and m irriape imi os
siblc. Is the penalty paid by the victim of impro
per indu'eence. The most chaste must acknow
ledge : hat the passions are the ere it magnet by
which the who'c world is attracted, iiestroy
them and what huve we? Man is n loncer inter
ested In the opposite rex; the interchange of that
blissful repose which now attracts and interests
tne wnole world cuts no lontrer; man ceases to
be wbai CJnd made him; the wor.'d -sno longer in
teresting to h-m, and remorse and di-app dntment
arc his constant companions. on-nlt Dr. Walter
at once, and yon will find the avmpathy and re
lief ibal yon po"itivcly require to be happy.
Ke t ember the cate. and come earlv. as his
rooms are always crowded whi revcr he goes
nr. w niter will return every fonr weeks cltir
inp the year f I8M. Brinir from t .vo ti four or,.
of urinu for chemical analysis.
Lyman P. Walter, M.
E718 State St.. Chicago.
Anew and Complete Treatment consisting of
puppoKilorie". Ointment In Capsup, also in Box
and Piils; A Positive Cure for Ezttrnal, Blind or
Bleeding- Itchinar, Chronic ReRcnt or Hereditary
Piles, Femai.k wkaknesses and nt&nv other dis
ease; it is always a great benefit to th general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the kni e unnecessary
hereifter. This Kemedy has never been knows
to fall . (1 per box, C for Sf ; sent tV mail. Why
snffar from tbis terriable disease when a written
guarantee is positivly given with bottles, to re
rnnd the money if not cared. 8:nd stamp for
fmw sample, tinaractee 1ed by oar ageal.
JAPANESE LIVER U PELLETS
Acts like magic on th3 Ktomaca, tjver and Bew
e; dispels uyspepsia, Bilonsne'f , Kcver. Colds,
Nervnns Disordcrs.sieeplessness.Lies of Appetite,
restores the complection; perfect digestion f!
lows their use. Positive enre for 8 ck Headache
and Constipation. Small, mild, eaev to take. Largo
Vlal of 50 Pills 26 cents.
HAKTZ A BAbNSiN Sole Ageita Rock Island
eious nut M$ t.
- A'i f-tts after
rill bottle fr-e ta
u-treson rxT when
tprev d.ire M
IWAl.I,ini.B Uf ken dinK-W;
tTH Ary-1 u,t. TreAtiie an 1 j I
9 bit patientj. th-v raviB rariM.rh
M Sini umM, P. i. an r
M jii.i ,r. roiK.I.LlNtffl- Atc St
tniiiaiAn. iinvfA0 UIJMUA
BmtKAn '10 Bpruoe
t'treeti. where adver
t sinv -ontreots fnx.y
p.-it . it -:n
A Ui.a Ct:ince.
The Sen Ila: I;or t:x.;ii iltte at Ixing Island
City iit r.oeri vu.s f.vc ri:i;::ito bite. Extra
Btean pret'reM ::t tin l:::j;e!riving w heels
revclviny ; t a spiul of K.vty niile: nn hour,
v,'liL:;:::y l.'.a t t:uc:i:cNi:ltiUr as a child plays
with bis toy t iiis.
The r..or;:it: wr.sccld, tircary and gloomy,
the sky oreict st mill hazy. The meadow
ponds were coaled with t'.-.in ice. Thesharp
wintl tosi-L-d n::d tddk-d tiiv i'.ry leaves over
the w.r r.nd krd tjn!vs, sw ryed the naUtnl
botiKUs) of the trees nnl c::used the ever-Kri-t-'.iM
to bi t:d la.d i. i:i!,!e us if the pierc
ing uir c-Lilkd them.
Witli a s'ii i. k t-u.-irp uud shrill the engine
rounded the curve closely sUirtin a corner
of the Lutheran ccuiittiy.
There was u ht ::!-:-:e unil n tingle carriage.
The hoarse v.-;:s slowly moviivr up the slight
incline of sivtled nx!way towaii! the top
of the bill.
The carriage was still standing near a
newly formed grp.vo. Ttvo men were routul- J
ing the earth with shovels. Another was .
placing a sirrrie Coral picct? tit t he head.
The l.ctss, startled tit the engine's
screech, ta::-,-tl at the reins hM by tLe
driver, who s-;.o:d by Jlie carriage doer. It
was open. A v.r.nan, w'.ii-se black r:iiineT:t
intcnsilk'd the pa-U-rof Lcr feat tires, was in
the uct : ciiit : it,;;, v, i!h cr.a foot on the
step. Otio band hi id lit r skirt; the other
i.ixsm d a wLlte bai.tikettbi-.f to bcr lips,
lit rf.-ce v.r.r.'.:tiit".l over Lcr shoulder. Iier
eyes wore ou the jjrave. It was the last
I c was only for r.n irisiant of time that
this pictuiv i:rcs;"t:c;l itM-lf to those who
obs rve 1 iL f.o'.'.i t'.:-.' ( ;.r windows, yet lon?
i no:ti;h for l!:i cauu raiif I bo eye to catch
nnil r t:::a it.
The sl:i -k- si.Htcry tnourucr,
tbefarc-w. '.! ;-!:.;ttc U-..W uutcU t'.ieytold:
Xiw Vci k . ::.
'. : t":!::ris.
The late I-:m;-c-.- P. r: IVdro of Bia::il
owce y.'.vo a:uili i.e;! lo iv young enirtcir
who caini- to shiuv Lir.i a new appliance for
stopi-ir.;; v:i:!-- ay 1 1.:.-:--:. The e:ti;icrtr
was ; h as'. :1 b t'.-.- i i:i-j ar.d raid:
"We p-..t i. ;'.t.,::(e to a p:ictk-al
est. i!:e 0- y ::.u-r tc-nioiTow l:;:vo your
'rv;-:,;e r. ; i'y. Woxtili L;;ve it coi'.i.lo.l lo
i-y s:-.!-...:.:t cr.n v atv.l llm f.ie a;,v.
bra -.--.ir.-ct.t f-i!l sptt-d I will u;ie.pe-t-
ciily;:vo t'-.i' sii.-i.al (o sii.p ar.d thcuwo
will s-.v 1-ov,-1 jt'.paraiiis v.-o:-ks.''
At the ;r-r-.5usc-d lin e the t-irswror en
tered bi :aiTi:;c and t '.; tr.r;iiu"er mount ed
liia erg;:;", r.r.rt r-a thrv went f. r a cousid-
evlleuistun"., ii:t.t;-.i the yonp.3 engiiieer
w-tjan to fcii.pi ct that the ontpx-ror Ual fall
en as let p, v.'iOa ih.e trivia suddenly came to
n shr.rp cun-e rcur.d ihe i d.-e of a cliff, on
tinnin-r v.'bich the I'.viver saw to his horror
an miaieu.-e l owldi r lyi-ag on the rails.
ileliail tust s:;i..L'.t :it presence of mind
to turn (he crank, of his brr.ke and pull up
the engine ai :;hin a i-i u-tie of yards of the
lli-io the eaiperor put bis bead out cif the
window and asked v. hat they were stop
pini; for. The tngiiin-r pointed to the
piece i f roi k. on set ii.K width l)om Pedro
burst into a merry latiti.li.
"Push the thlnvr on one side,'' he called
ont to the ciiL,i;'ei r, t ho had jumped down
from ti e locnmi-iive, r.tid when the latter
iu his confusion blindly obeved and kicked
the stone wi;h bis foot it crumbled into
It was a block of March that Do tn Pedro
l ad enh red to be l.hn-ed on the rails the
night before. Bost 0:1 tilube.
Tnrlii? f.atli Secret.
"I don't see why t lie fact that von have
never done anything but drive a street car
should prevent you fri m becoming nn at
tendant at my establishment," said the
taenaiter of a Tin Msh bath who was short
of help to a man he Lad found in tin em
"All you ve tot to do," be said, "is to biff
the etiMomer arourd and daub him ovi r
with sonp. If ho objects you just fill his
mouth ami tyes fa'.l cf lather, so that he
can't- talk and p-t you ratlltNl.
" 1 ue thiiiu li-s in a tuitshclh You must
never weaken. ilnii t let tbo customer
know that you're a be'tiuner. If he finds it
out the illusion is iroao. When he seems to
be losing fail h hi you tcil him about the
lime when you were apprenticed to a bath
house in Constantinople. That'll shut him
1 ne car driver was rciissured and induced
to take the job. The manager whispered to
him when they pot to the place: "Here is a
lay from Chicago. I 11 turn him over to
you as a starter." A few moments later
howls were heard from the bathroom,
where it was clear some one w;us being tossed
around in a way he didn't like. They
stopped abruptly and were succeeded by a
sort of gurgle, showing that the customer
had been choked with lather according to
"That new man's smart," said the man
ager to himself with a chuckle. "He's put
ting up the best bluff I ever see from a be
ginner." Xew York Herald.
Language of the Ilushman.
The Bushman's vocabulary is mainly gut
tural Yet even the Bushman is far ad
vanced in language beyond the stage when
jnly imitative sounds existed. He Las
something which can be distinguished as a
pronoun for each person of singular and
plural, and even some" representation of
jase and gender; he forms plurals by redu
plicating the sounds, and he has an elabo
rate system of nine clicks which distinguish
R-orils otherwise alike. The rest is done by
jnitative actions, and the Bushman is so
jvely an actor as to be able often to dis
pense with any words at all. He is aa
irtist whose rock drawings clearly distin
guish the peculiarities of the various ani
nals which he draws, and even of various
aces such as Kaffirs and Boers,with whom
ae comes in contact.
He has, Tnorcover, the knowledge of fire,
nade by the fire drill; he scratches with his
lails a lair in the earth, and uses rnde
rpenrs as well as bows and arrows, together
Aith a hollowed ronnded stone, which
'orms his digging instrument, with a piece
)f wood thrust through. Even Che Bush
nan is not wholly primitive, but in his lan
guage we have an example of the various
arly methods of distinction in speech,
nade by tones and clicks, by combinations
ind repetitions, and eked out by dramatic
cts. Scottish Review.
An American orator in endeavoring to re
spond to a toast frankly acknowledged his
ncapacity in this unique manner, "Ladies
nil gentlemen, I am the possessor of a gi
tnntic intellect, but just at this moment I
laven't got it about me."
Talleyrand got out of a similar difficulty
y a successful ruse. In responding to his
tealth being drunk he pot np before the
ipplanse subsided, mumbled, but spoke
lothing, made a bow and sat down, at
vhich the applause redoubled. London
Would Tou I'elieve It?
"I used to live cn the first flat, and now I
tve on the fifth, and still folks persist in
aying that I have come down in the world!"
?ht Good Old Timet.
"Then time were -o k
Merchants cared not 1 rni-h
Por any otn-r fare.
Than Johnny cake ind math."
But no t:ra- he changed, rnd the plain acd
simple fare of the 'ortfathers is done away with.
Tatcnt fl inr, an ' hbh t eosone I f.iod, and strong
drinks, have taken lis place, and, as a rent, dys
pcpii 1, impure b'ood, and diseas.e of the stom
ach, l.ver and lurgs are rnnetons. This great
charg has led ona i.f the most t killftil phjsi
cii ns of the at'C to study ont a remedy for these
nn dern discas t, which he has named his "Gol
den Medical Dlscovety." Dr Tierce in this retn
dy has found a enre fr dyrp:(sia, Ironchiti,
asthma, c uisnmpiion in Us early stage!-, and
"L ver Coinp'aints.""
The Vest or the Grouse.
In the case if ruffed grouse and quail,
the position ixcnpied wbilo on the nest is
invariably that which gives the best view
of the surroundings from the more or less
concealed retreat. Who ever beard of a
grouse's nest where the old bird faced into
the brush pile or toward the stump or log?
Cm Ions Nepotism.
Little Boy Isn't fathers queerf
Auntie In what way?
Little Boy Wen a little boy does any
thing for his papa, he doesn't get any
thing; but if another mrji's little boy does
it he gets five cents. Good News.
Mow Try This
It villi cost you ruining and v.-ill fudiy
iio jou aoo-1, if you have a ro.igh, coldor
ir.y 'rouble w;h tiiro'it, chest or lunas
'r. Kite's New Discovery for consump
'ion, e:m;L.g st.il c lds is cusrameed to
pive rtli. f, or mLiticy will be p.iid bac-U.
Si.fTerer from In rnppe found it just the
'bine and uu'lor i's use bid a spcuJv and
perfect rcer-vi ry Try a ample bottle at
our expense und learn for youtfclf just
bow I'opd a ihirsr it is. Trial bo ties
free at bbiriz & IbihnReti's dreg s'ore
L.-trge s:Z" 5c find $1 .
S. K. Clifford. Ke"v C'ttsol, Wis , was
i. uhh d with rcurv.lU f.ud rheiiuiMisiu,
t:.i stoa.ech was disordered, his liver was
. ITi iUni to an filftMnins tie'ffree, appetite
Veil sway, and ho was terr.bty redu-ed in
flesh f.rd strens'b- Three bottles ol
E.'cclric Bi'.tcrs cured him.
Edwcrii S. cpherd, IliiriiBbnfjf, III , hid
v running" ?.-.r cn hia Ji-ij r.f ci;;ht j ears'
standing. Used ihr.c botiles of Electric
fitters p.rd seven boxes of Bucklon's
Arniea S'.lve bt-.I l.ia L n Uunml o...l ;
well. John fpevVcr, Catswba, O.. hsil
Cve i-.r .:e fi ver so es cn bis lesr. doctors
sc.id le was :'n.curiib!a. Ooe bottle Eicc
tric Bi'ters ind one box Bueklen's Arnicii
Ske cured him entirely. Sold by IIkt!z
n:crr-Vi alktca fibre
i'.t '-.t snlvo in the world fc t ..a.o.
"rriiL-s, sorts, u!e-cr, sail rhw.JT. tr.vi-
s.vr :3. vrt
.on ? r.d &r. shir- (ruptions, wid poci
t:v;y cure.s piios, or no pay required. ' It
1 cua:intceJ to give perfect satisfact-.cn
r aiow:y re'tiDdcd. Price 25 cento pur
'. ' . For Rain bv Hartz & Babitstc.
I was troubled with catarrh for seven
ears previo'is to commencing the use of
E!j's C'rcaui Btlm. It tins done for me
what other to-called remedies have filled
to i!o currd roe. The effect of the Balm
see-med m .t-'ioal. Clarence L. Huff.
Afttr tryiup; rnaov remedies for catarrh
uornir the past 12 years, I tried Ely's
Cream B-tino with complete euoriss. It
is over one year since I stopped us-in it
and hive had no return of caturrb. 1
rc onmend it to all my friends. Milton
Palm. iTfirHne;. Pa.
Cci ricadartind rcliovca1.! thi troubles ."n;v
4iu.t to a bihotis etato of tho cj-stora, nuoh A3
i-1-i.Uiie.s, Kaacc&, lirow.-inopfl. llistrws n'.te?
i:-t'if:, 1-ain in the bivle, Whilo their rnci-tS
rusaiial- lo tuccof a luii bo -n shown in cul2 j
TTrr"aVe, yrt Cartnr's UttTa TJvcr PiTTa arci
t vifl V.j vatniulo in fJcnstipation. curing ami pr
v itiir tUi.tinnoyiA5SCOiiiilaint,whi!o thtiy tiro:
'lrrvptnll'lisortl' irrtollhnfitoiaarh,m.iiimlut3 tit
y.vT and rfguL'.lo tbe bo-Tcls. Even i Uiiy ouii'
vl erney w;j.ilubBalmostpri.-.olMntot!:nsiw t
r-jljr ironilhi'jiii&craisincompUvnt: but fort u
j-'aly uieir;;'X)dnc.!--idot!sno.oiidh.-rfl,a'.!-I e? -.
v. j jeucottj ihcin will find tbeeo little pius vain.
?Ma fn fiot.ar:y ways that they will net b n
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fXattithaueef flonianyl'v53 that hero fa whrrsj
VoninVeonr great boast. Cor pillscuraitwbiia
Othsre do rot.
Carter's Little Liver HHS are very small and
very oat-y ta tko. One or two pi'.ls silua iloso.
VLcy aroptricily vtvetiVblesnit do no. gripe or
Ti'irc. butl-y tlieirpontlocotion pluaseall ttLo
Uaetlieni. lni;Vu-.-Jocenta; live! -'fl. Soid
ty C ?aj.',;ilii -rresTvitsro. or -t by v JiX.
a -vr-x.s.if ec ff-v vrtt.
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This Precious Ointment is the
triumph of Scientific Medicine.
Nothing has ever been produced to
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wid healing application. It has been
used 40 years and al ways affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids -External
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures; Fistula in Ano;
Worms of the Rectum. The relief is imme
diatethe cure certain.
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Cures Burns, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. The relief is instant
Cures Boils, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fis
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( or scaia Head, it is miallible.
. ! Cures Inflam ed or C aked Breasts and
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j Price, 50 Cents. Trial sire, 25 Cents.
Bold br DrocstsU, or Met pw-jid m rmbit of prtoo,
- BCOTMIH' BED. CO., Ill A 1 11 WHBom St.. WW TORE.
1 THE PILE OINTMENT
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other 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
feverishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting1 Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and AVind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething' troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and TjotcIs, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria vs the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria i an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers hate repeatedly told me of its
good effect upen their children.'
Da. G. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the be-t renicily for children cf
lvhieh I tm acquainted. 1 hops the day is not
f:ir distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, an 1 use Custoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which ore
destroying their loved ones, by forcingopi-ira,
morphine, soothing symp and oilier hurtful
akw.ts tlow n their throats, thereby Becdia
'.hem Xr, premature graves."
Va. J. F. Einvhelob,
Tba Conta.nr Company, T7 Murr ay Street, Kcw York City.
ECCE. ISLAND, ILL.,
fi;oa daily ;r.-,rj 3 a. u. to 4 p. m., and Saturday e.venlt.gs from J to S o'clock,
five r-'rc3iit interest paid on Deposits. Moaev loaned on Personal. Co-'
lateral, or Real Fstato Security
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Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, S. W. Enrst, J. M. Bnford.
Jacksob & Host, Solicitors.
' 7Segan business Jnly 8. letrl, and ocenpy the southeast corner of Mitchell A Lynde's new
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
226 Market Square.
J. T. DIXON
I Merchant Tailor
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Kock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3EKLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
K U.Hodsok. M.J. Parks.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth at.
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE LN ATI,
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AKD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
AT kinds of braif, bmre and alminam bronze easting, all shades and tmtere Hak
a speru.h.y of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Saor to Oftici At ltu First avenne, near Ferry landing, . ROCK ISLAND.
J. MAGSR, Pioprieton
pEhtl? P.PEAM BALM-TIen'-M the KlHUiP-, th
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Gives Relief at
" Castoria is so well adapted to children tt"-
I reeomnund it as superior to any prescriptiii?
known to me."
' II. A. AncBEtt, L D.t
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Z,
" Out physicians ia the children's depart
ment liave spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and aitLc'jjrh we only have aa:ots cur
medical suppUes wh&t is known as regular
products, yrt we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor u;on it."
United Hospital and Dispensap.t,
Eos tun, Mass.
Allen C. Ekitb, TVcs.,
J. C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
w- - .'iLrv'-rM
m n rwms siriri i iiMfti.i -siiirnniiiiT i
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for Cold in Head. I
It is Otirklv A btrrrbed. J
EltOS &6 Warren bu, N. Y.
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50c Vruggistj or by mail.