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TI1.E AUG US. MONDAY. FJSimUAltV 20, 1893.
Loi) Life wi
A01 $f a
For the Kidneys, ber and Stomach.
A large porportion of Tains in thcYack, Sides and Lo wer Tart of the
bowels are the Result of Disease of i! Kidneys. There is probably no
class of Complaints which Occasion so miVi Miser)- as those Connected with
the Kidneys including Hackache, LumbalSciatica, Diabete s, Bright's Dis
ease, Inflammation of the Bladder, Gravel,ty0mb Complains and Uterine
Affections, which are the Outgrowths of a Dia jered Stomach and Liver, and
cannot be cured without first regulating these Vrans. por ar these troubles
is a Sovereign Remedy, and Never Fails to restore Kidneys to Health.
AH Druggists and Medicine Dealers. $1.00 Per's Slx for $5.00
Kiriapoo Indian Oil (For rains) 25 Ct. I Kirkapoo JndiaH,'0Tm jpr. i5 Ct.
Xkkapoo Indian Salve (For Cuts) 25 Cts. Kickapoo Indian lgh Cure 5Q cu
KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE CO., HEALY &. BI6EL0W, AGENTS, NEwv,vN( C0NN
Phaetons, Surries, Buggie?
It will pay yon t cr
Factory and Ware Momi on 16: h f
A tell and
JOHN M. rAIUDON,
J. W. SCHREINER,
ractor and Builder,
1121 1193 Feurth avenne.
iflcatlonifnrnlshedonallclaasesof work; also agent tor Wnier'i patent in
Udin BUnds. omethinc
j Farm Wagons,
our Lrv Prices
Ri tail Trade f apeol.lly solielte
vr-:i -''.:', f
t-T-7 f ,rvi'.f sYsj-
iRM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
riatform and other Spring Wagons, espeeinriy adaptea to U
r'.or workmanship and finlrn tHostraled Price List free on
Bee the MUUNK WAUON before nnrchating
hi:nbt a. paridon.
IL, PARIDON & SON,
rs and Decorators,
omiwino, Paper Hangikg, Eto
419 Seventeenth Street.
Keslience 1110 Furthvenie" SfiEB
new, stylish and desiraoio, I
j Listen, my masters. I k;i; !iU naught bnt troth.
Krom daw n t Uaw n thi.'y urii'ted on and on,
I Not k::. inn wMthcr or to wiiat dark end.
2ow the north frozo them, now the hot Booth
Some called t;Go-l and found great comfort so;
Some iit'ushed their teeth with curses, and soma
An empty laughter weim? thst they lived.
So sweet was breath between their foolish lips.
Day after day the same relentless sun;
Mtfht after ni.-jht the same unpitying stars.
At Intervals fierce lightnings tore the clouds.
ciiivwms vast, uouow spares, ana uie sleet :
i.u.oi imam-y -creiurora.
From time to time a hand relaxed Its Erin. I
And some pale wretch slid down Into the dark
Will ,inA ... j . i .. . j I
With stifled moan, and transient horror seized
The rest who waited, knowing what must be.
At every turn strange shapes reached up and
The whirling wreck, held on awhile, and then
Slipt back again into that blackness whence
Ah, hapless folk, to be ho tost and lorn.
So racked by hnnRcr. fever, fire and wave.
And swept at last Into the nameless void
Frail girls, strong men and mothers with their
And were none saved?
My masters, not a soul!
Oh, shipman, woeful, woeful Is thy tale!
Our hearts are heavy.andonreyesaredimmed.
What ship is this that sintered such ill fate?
What ship, my master.;? Know ye not? the
Thomas Bailey Aldrich in ITi
Tatcnts tnd What Thfv
A business man in this city who is nn !
to his ears in the work necessary to J
imtVirr cn-nitrl t.-i P.rtt on i.nn, !
at the same time to keen in formation of
tr-tnr.f if !... 4....i I
fn,th-i... i. 1
vunu imic ii.-i t-i -;v iu fy: ijii you
ever tninit tnat a jiateiit does not Tiatcnt
in this country?
ell, it's a fact. All
that the patent ofRee does is to pve you
a paper with some writing on it, but if
another man steals your idea and goes
to manufacturing yonr invention the
patent office will rot lift a fn'jer to pro
tect yon or to stanil l y its own decision.
The fart that you've got a patent is a
point in yonr favor, but you've jot to
hire lawyers and nht the thief in the
courts, and if he can stand it to hire
lawyers lonarer thnn yon can that settles
yon, and yon miht as well make him a
present of your invention. There are lots
of men in the country who are getting
rich on the discoveries of other people.
All they had to do was to take 'em and
fight the real discoverers into poverty.
The patent office, to be respected and to
be of any use, onght to have the power
to canse the PteaJrr of a patent to be 6ent
to prison." New York Sun.
A Scotch laborer was dying. He had
four little children. After lying silent
for awhile " e said he would like to see
ie poor wife brought them
All he did was to take
iee elder children by the
the youngest, a wee
.a. "W ill ye gie me a
lifting np the wondering
. "S;iy ta-rn to yonr father."
..." j . 1 the little boy in a lond,
d v. v. .".tvI th'-n ran out of
.. :1 i.
i ; ,.iy. fue poor father
; ti.-.- U i.r ran down his
chrt';.-: . lr..t I.. r:.;d no more. The abnn-
danco -f i i. ;.: : i ". ol; d his utterance.
lie w-.:-. . -;ry. ton. : nd so gude day
was !..- only word of iartirg. "Twen
ty-five Vear-i f ft. Andrew's."
Admit Tall.iifE 'attle.
You know the srperstitiou which
clainiiithEt tattle hnvethe gift of ppe ch
at midniiiht Chritm:is eve. A Schles-
wig story warns us to take such asser
tions by f;:ith rathtt than crave for
knowledge by siftht. 'An unbelieving
f amw-r on-. e liid hiuiFelf, iu his barn and
heard one of his horses iv to the other.
"Dit Jaer wai t wy uoi h tenser Buer los"
fWe shall be rid of our mister this year).
The jirophi'cy so frightenAl the man that
he fell ill and died, and Ae soothsaying
horse arew mm to nis grih-e. Harper s
One speaker, referring to the prevalent
ignorance noout common hir.gs, t lid
that he on4e saw a laborer dtging lliats
in the chalt and asked himifVie thouL-ht
"No," wis the reply. "I ln't think
about it; llmows they do."
"Then place a flint on your, chimney
piece and pee how much it grows in a
"All riglt, sir, and do you do iie same
with a taler and 6ee how muyh tlat
grows. I ontn s companion
The l.inen Month. .
January is known in Chicago Vs tht
linen moilh. A newspaper of that city
states tha this is because the housWife
then doesnost of her purchases for the
year, andnot, as has been alleged, be
cause thuinnual washing takes place i:i
that monn. Exchange.
A comftny has been organized at San
Antonio.Tex., to utilize the mesqonte
bean. Te chief object is to prepare the
bean 60 that a beverage resembling
coffee ca- be made from its decoction or
The tcple of the Sun, at Pahnyra,
covered ( square of 23 yards on each
side. Iras approached by a magnifi
cent aiine over half a xnue long, in
closed llrows of column? and statues.
The linary folding fan is said to
have bel invented in tapan, in the sev
enth caury, by a iuative artist, who
derivedhe idea fro the way in which
the batJoses its ymgs.
tsons wnose occupations are
should make it a matter of
co'hteract the unwholesome
of their daily employment by
some ih o( exercise.
has established a co-operative
voung women students. There
are aciiodaiions for 150, and the prices
range from $ 1.50 to $3.50 per
oul-j partially till we krw
Ufant tiaat a eloser ac-
reteais weakness; it will
Mixtory I rcia Hnrif (1 iKir.lenients. I
Certain arttchu mr.c!nf .tonwire dug j
up or ftup.! in or vis, Mich r nsdo fc.-tohets
and h::: ii::,-:-,; ;. . -r..:i;.L::;. CI course i
tbey did M.t :.:vi? i::.-jiim1vos iii.d of j
course tucy u.d oonir, t-t-re by accident.
Somebotly imu! ti-wi and somebody csod
them. Tl.ry vota fo:u:d in connection with
the lir-nc -f a;:i, :;:-.:s. ck::riy the I..-.xi of the
.eor?ow:.o Kv, H dp.-. ":,nyof
tJ"i :i:;r, v o.h.T3 i -pro.sontod
specief now cxtir'ct. Tucserro yoi:r fr.cts
atia it only r:;i,.s to f..-; riin''!Ut.- ;i theov-
t His was net e.iiy cnu.e. lor "CK-nrifier-.pn
Hiff , "l- r . .k n .ijc rru n
. - Voa- A fc'y
insisted thi.t tbo race w.k created
not more than (i.UX) efirs . o, and then
they were all b-fo;r:?.-d. Thogn" at antiquity
" race i:-;a to i ci.nocticd In-fore auy
satisfactory jn-myrcss coui:; be made.
From the stone -cue flie nice euicreed
D ..,7 1 1 1 .
r, ,N Known as tue bronze
ce, anil thence it y.msa ir.to the iron a e,
thouj-b there is adilVen nrr.-of oliiioti ln i-e,
for "AlslKTg m;:it:t..ii.ld 1 1 ;:t i.ou was the
fivt mntnl .......! "I ...
ii..'i...'i,yui tue ticov-
eryoriror, ol.jcct.-s he t..rod, ;s r-c, ranted
for by the ease wit'.i which such objoets are
destroyed by rust."
Alexander llertviuid suggests that it
would be a very grave error to adopt the
theory according to which all human races
have passed through t he same phases of de
velopment and have gone through the same
complete scries of social conditions.
The field is Btill open for speculation
therefore. "Manners and Monuments of
Queen Pawned Her J wels
Qneen I'abc1 ' SPin, awned ber jewel, to
ra 8e "S 1 At ont an eitpedition thu diwoT-
' "l w wonu. uer sicrince was n t
pri atcr th:i
:in i matte by maay wonum of Ami r
ca, who dtnv thms Ives many things in order
, te nave money to buy fr. Pierce's Golden Medi-
cn uisc-very Tor Uelr sick hnghands or children.
This "Di CDvery" is more important to them,
than the one rade in 149;. Tor all diee'si-s of the
Lnnirc, I iver. Throat, or Stomach, the "Discov
ery" is a sovereign rem?dy. A trial convinces.
itcon inuci use enres. It purifies the blood, in-
ignrstes the liver n I Urcngtbens snrt build np
the wtole system. G laracteed to benefit or
enre in every cae, or money paid for it if re
is often equivalent to
getting ill. If loss of flesh
can be arrested and dis
ease baffled the "weak
spots " in the system are
is an absolute corrective
of " weak spots." It is a
builder of worn out failing
tissue nature's food that
stops waste and creates
um a t.
PT-nr1 h KiHict a t.w .
CTBwj aula a nnuiriiw Trraer
u jITW "
A tew and CoTrplete Treatment, conslstine of
SLpjvoitorie, Ointment in OapKole, also in Box
lud Pills; A Positive ( ore for External. Blind or
Bleedire Itcbinc, Chronic Eercni or Hereditary
Piles, Fkkalr wKASKEstin and mtnv other dl
it if alwaya a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a mediral cure ren
dering an operation with ihe knife nticecestarr
hereafter. Tbl R. medy baa new oeen known
lofall. 1 ier box. for S5; aent by mail. Why
nffer from this terriable diu. ae when a written
guarantee ia poaitivly piyen with bottle, to re
rnnd the money if not enred. Send flump tot
frne aamle. ticaractee lssfcd by our aeb.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Act like magic on the stomach. Liver and Bew
es; atMla DvartPTHtia. Tiilnn.noa.
Nervone liBorCera,Sleeplesanea.Loa of Appetite!
uiiiicviiiini pt-rieti aiepuon rol
low their nee. Foeitive enre (or Sick Bkapachb
jiiu (.uiiriipsiion. email, mild. ay totase Larue
Vial of 50 Pille SB renta!
HAKXZ&ULLMEYER Sole .A cents Rock Ifi
LAEOK, TIME MONEY
Use it yoxit own way.
Ii is Hi- beat Soap made
v For V a&hing Machiue use.
tyRNQCX & RALSTOM.
or anr unnatumi i..
'l? ht bottlerf
without the aid or jnbiJSTyVa
ennranteed not to itrMnn.
- . ivu-wjaniwini mnra
Tht Vnioertal Ameritt Curt.
Alannlactnred by . ,
The Etui Chemical t
. ABSor-UT elt emu
tht nark. avrfloiiio r ft .rfi Diwivtw-
H. latafRttl ncdinn. rlB mte n grm r Iflw
.rurkowolaMluwvHava4. hd Kt
0 tmx kv Mil hrWm. I R.H.. $i r.. AiAnJj t5
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's presorlptlon 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
fevcrishness. .Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the 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. "
Da. O. C. Osgood
Lowell, II ass.
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I cm acqiiainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of thi various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Kixchelok,
The Centaur Company, TX
Hi CORPORA I KD UKDKS THX 8TATK LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
SOCK ISLAND, ILL,,
Open dally from a. m. to 4 p. and Saturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.
lwereroent Interest paid on Peposits. Monev loaned on Personal. Co
lateral, or Real Estate Seonrity
P L. MITCHELL Proa. r C. DBNKXANN. Tice Prea. a. at. BUrORI), Oashiet
"lUtchell,K.P.Beynolds, F. C. Denkmann. Joke Crnbaar. H. P. Holl.
Phil MltcheU, L. Simon, S. W. Enrst, J. M. Buford.
Jacxsoa A HtrBer.JolicitirB.
ffBegan bnaiaess July. 1890, and occupy the ontneaat corner of Mitchell Lvude", new
Mtmro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or expresa
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3ERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
R Q. Hudson. u j Pabkkb.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS
A.U kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. JiBtim-W
furaiehed when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth ut. Rock Island.
Davenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS '
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRE38
J- C DUNCAN. Proprietor.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AKD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
AH ki.da.of bbronu .ont W0Me, cUng." .U MUmtmm
- ily oi Dnw.meUl
Saop in Crric
" Castoria Is so well adapted to children thaw
I recommend it as superior to any proscription
known to me."
H. A. Archbk, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, If. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tb
merits of Castoria has won us to look wttb
favor upon It."
United Hospital asv Djsptksakt,
Allkn C Smith, Pret.,
Murray Street, New York City.
- W A
226 Market Square.
pattern and .rtirtle work.
Fem lading. - . ROCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprieton
LS I Relief t once for Cold In Head. j l;
i . IjDc I)niiitiotBr.aa. etTBBoa-mrJL.RL. w r I -
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pgth.- Boace, .