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TILE AISGUS. FRIDAY. FJEJ5HUAKY 24, 1893.
"Long Life M
For the Kidneys, Liver and Stomach.
A ""'c porportion of Pains in the Tiack, Sides and Lower Part of the
Fcv.c'? arc tlie Result of Disease of the Kidneys. There is probably no
c:a i Complaints which Occasion so much Misery as those Com ectedwith
:hc Kidneys including Backache, Lumbago, Sciatica, Diabetes, Blight's Dis
ease. !;.:L.nimation of the Bladder, Gravel, Womb Complaints and Uterine
Afiec'.icns. which are the Outgrowths of a Disordered Stomach and Liver, and
Cirxc: be cured without first regulating these organs. For all these troubles
Kickapoo Indian Sagva
ii a Sovereign Remedy, and Nci'tr Fails to restore the Kidneys to Health.
Ail Druggists and Medicine Dealers.
jr ! , ., hvWan. Oil (For Pniio) 2.1 Cts.
::kw) Jwlinii Salre (For Cuts) Cts.
vCKDC0 INDIAN WEDICINE CO., HEM.Y &.
e' ;'t 'i.'jn. -Ii well known and successful specialist 'in Chroaic;discaes ud lseasrs of the
Trt tz.1 Ear. by request Jof many friends and patients'has decides t3 re-v.s:t
Rock Is'.and, Friday forenocn, March
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of sam.9 day.
.".-i-i. s'on an! examir.it'on frccjand conflden-.ial in the p -.rlor. at the hotel 'rora S .
to 12 m OXK BAT O N LY.
"! ;-.v.cH '.ii:":-;---' '
5""?" v-.?.. Chief Intcr-Sta'x Aspririatiein of Expert Specialists is acknow ledged to be tht
skillful practiirer in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
'ri;:-..:inf; with distinction from the University of Michigan, he too!: up the study of
a w ' r ;hc Kyc and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
tf,-n;;;r rr.rv vpar? rf iTiirfv and rCfarrli in nm nf th hcf nncnifalc AnH rnllpirQ nf
- . - - c
'C. c is not to t classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too often is
.. graduate oi a reutabli Medical College, in addition to a Urge home prac
" ::s a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his gre:.t kill and expe
n .c ti
rt v.-ho could not ncl! withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
visiting a ltrce city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from the
cd and expert medical and t.'rgiral treatment.
Ncrvou?. Diseases- Nervousness, Nerv ous
i'tt:,;;v. impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
v. Acs-r.ce of AY ill Fon:cr, Melancholy,
I'ui K. etc., etc., arising oftentimes
:ridicretions or from organic disease
r- ether t rpf.ns. From neglect or improper
'ttatirr:.: th-e dim-asm fi'ten end in Mel-
""Bo.; Ir.-in-tv nr Siiiri('-.
"ver rc til curable. The treatment of
n.iy Fc-.rr rr.ust be begun three months at
asl bcft.re the expected attack. CATARRH,
that ttrriL'.e disease, which often leads to
a-ainc" Kinging in the Ears, Asthma,
-"nsurr.r.tirn, and diseases of the Stomach,
:urtd ty the latest and most improved
Tethnij t); medical science.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strict
- ari-oeeie. Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc.,
ifi'l a'.l the trrrihl linrrir5 ror.seouent on
fhc ''''dis-:rctionsof youth treated with abso
'iitc ccnuinty of cure.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cure8 Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillful!- treated,
experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found it. curable, the pat
'em will be honestly informed.
pases and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment sent by mail or express,
iut personal consultation preferred. Send stamp tor question lists. Address
DR E. H. DEYOE. 789 Warren Ave., Chicago.
iKjjP'toj'-Ll'Hsi.sipoi., Al .v I'nni unit Inlin;niiitn.n, H :ii J ,l WT
V-. t$i CixfH Krlicf once lor Tsdii n Iloacl. J V fa
mm,,AM, iiZisoc. Sbzusstzlt rr i y -nau. SLY BKOS., 66 V.'ancnSU, X.T.I S 50c)
$1.00 Per Bottle, Six for $5.00
Kickapoo Indian tVorm K'.llcr, 2.1 Ctt.
Kickapoo Indian Cough (Jure, 50 Cts.
BIGELOW, AGENTS, NEW riVN CONN
10th. at the Rock Island House
Diseases of Rectum, Tiles, Fksures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured pirmanentiy with
out pain, knife, cautery, or detection from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured by a
wonderfui rew discovery.
Skill Disease8, Eczema, Psoriais, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successiully
uiseases oi the btomnch, .Liver, and
Ciseaies of Women P'itively cured ii
taken in time before the nervous system it
shattered. Dclcy and impioper treatment is
the cause of so many un nappy results i"
inis class oi cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The?
large majority of so-calle i Heart Diseases
Diseases of the Eye ant! Ear All oper
ations necessary done with ut any pain and
without the use of anaesth- tics.
BUND JENNIE'S PATHETIC STORY OF
WAYS OF DOING GOOD.
he Has nnilt it Temple In a Tenement,
Where She Holds Sunday School Each
Saturday and Sunday She Has Scattered
Sunshine In Many Homes.
In a little east ride tenement she lives,
ft woman "sore afflicted unto God," yet
who knows not the nature of repining.
Ah, no! If you ask any child of the
neighborhood to tell you the happiest,
sweetest, most tranquil jerson in it, I
wager they'll shout with unanimity,
And it is true as true can he. The Kght
has gone forever from the eyes, a blight
rests on the feeble body, but on the
peaceful soul and on the mind illumed
re lights no doc tors or magician's skill
could conjure up. and Jennie, "Blind
Jennie," every TxWly's friend in Lewis
street, basks in eternal sunshine.
A simple little story is Jennie's, a story
that I might fill full of tears, I suppose,
and much sentimentality. But what is
the use of weeping if Jennie smiles? Is
it not better to rejoice that the little
heroine has found so much good to do in
the world which has so little good to
She was struck by lightning many years
ago at least, that is the causo her moth
er gives of her blindness. This mother,
with whom she lives, is a little flighty at
times, and that is one of Jennie's crosses,
but it is her unflagging industry, going
about the streets peddling soap, matches
and jimcracks, which pays the rent and
brings bread to the poor tenement whic h
the two call home. The bad Itoys often
chase the old woman, taking advantage
of her feeble mind, and harass her
greatly. There is no crnc-lcr beast in
the jungles of Asia than the bad "loy.
and ho has not the beast's excuse for
After Jennie had lron blind some time
the disfiguring disease attacked he r face.
It ate away her mouth and nose and
compelled her to wear a thick veil when
ever she went out to the church or Bun
day school. Doc tors said it was a can
cer, and attempts were made by kind
friends to get Jennie admitted "to the
Cancer hospital, but the rhysVians there
said that it was no cancer. And so, wilh
that cruelty which sometimes marks the
conduct of our hospital attendants,
Iworn to mercy and kindness, jincr Jen
nie was driven from one institution to
another, and none would have her. Xor.c
would have her! Shame be it on the
name of every one!
And so she retreated to the or liitle
tenement behind another tenement and
prepared to live out her life as best she
And then began he r Sunday school.
She did not seek for scholars. They
?ame to her as the sparrows did to lok
for crumbs upon the window sill. They
were the children of the very poor.
Some of them were i.f Hebrew birth,
like Jennie, others were Roman Cut ho
lies. Others did not know if they had
been born to r.tiy reed, linleys it we re
the creeel of pove rly mid anguish.
How thry crovcucei into that little
room! What r- iniort they found the vo
nnder the spell of the blind girl, who
seemed tothun to talk with the tongue
of angels! IJ-..v t'.ny- nwjike-ned the
echoes of r. region which usually re
sounded to the song;; r.iid curses if the
drunken si.fi li:;- vib '.
Two Sundays in Jcr.nie's wee ; Sat
urday fov I he J v.-r r.nd Sunelay for the
On a c'ay a liitle gill c:;nie up to t'.ie
1 want to come to Sunday schorl,"
"But then- is no Sunday school tiii
"Well, I ain't going to have no dinnfr
today, so I gues I'll stay and wait.''
You may be sure that she was made
welcome, and that hhc did have dinner
that day with Jennie and her mother.
And that is the kind of child who be
longs to Jennie's Sunday school. The re
arc fully 00 who belong to it. isnd who
attend either ore day or the other.
Jennie's knowledge of the Scripture s
and of the hvnms snng in the mission
and at her home is marvelous
words of a hymn whose music r.ttracts
her are read to lieT se veral times, she re
members them forevrr after. The sing
ing is one of the great attractions to the
The members of Jenuic's class do not
meet at stated honr.i, but run in when
ever they desire.
Ah. what u glerioiK thing it wa- that
the hospitals turned Jer nic frcini their
inhospitable dco! She woiti.i have
been so use less in those wi.rin and e hir
ful rooms a recipient of t heir j.hus en 1
liothirg e lsc, whe reas she bus turned her
tenrmcri; into a temple ami filie'd e no
of the d.'.rke st comers of the city wiiU
the light and the grace ( f (Jo;!.
Hepe Mission chapel keeps its eye on
Jennie u r.d he r mother and k" s th"
wolf from entering at the door, as it
would do fometime if they were l ie
absolutely unaided. The good people,
who are not ovrrrie-h themselves, help
them out with t r.e' rent and the coal mm.
A few davs iitro the missionary went
ctpping for Jennie, and this was what
lie nougru alter paying our icr me
rent: Quilt, $l.r; cot. $1.2.V. under
clothing, $1.7-1; pillow, 'A cents: shts.
68 cents; two cvtps and saucers and two
knives and forks, cents, and wash
board. 38 cents.
"The fund from which we drew these
jittle purchases." said Tastor Jeilin B.
Devins to me, "was only $S7, but wo
found that Jennie absolutely needed
them, and that settled the matter with
There was a great time when Jennie's
Sunday school celebrated Christmas.
Such songs, such games, such recita
tions! Anil then there was a collection
taken up to build a Presbyterian church
in Pratt. Minn., and when Jennie count
ed out the largess of her little ones there
was one wnolo dollar to go to that
I wonder if any millionaire in New
York gave si largely of his store a did
"Blind Jennie's" children! New York
John Nihle's Iirave Deed.
An old comrade of mine, Sergeant John
Kihle, attached to the United Stales cav
alry, was out with n scouting party, and
they were svn-prised by a party of In
dians four times their number. They
exchangetl shots with them, wheeled
about and made for camp, some miles
The Indians continued firing, and final
ly one of the white men was hit and fell
from his hot se. Quick as a flash Nihle
dismounted, dropped on bis knee and
fired at the foremost Indian, bringing
him to the ground. Jumping up he
placed his wounded comrade across his
horse, jumped up behind him, and by
keeping up a continual fire at his pur
suers carried him into camp. Congress
awarded ICihle a medal and also a cer
tificate setting forth the facts of Jiis hero
ism. He was tho champion shot of the
army for several years, his left breast
being decorated with medals to the valae
of 700, but the one he prizes most is the
simple one of bronze awarded by con
gress. John is very modest and as brave as a
lion, and as smeli he is regarded by his
comrades at "Villets Point. Cor. New
l'ew SchnolbooliH In the Home.
There is one effect of the law requir
ing towns to provide free textbooks for
schools that will operate a little against
the public good, though probably not
seriously. This is that scholars go out
from the schools at graduation without
the little stock of t-choolbooks as private
prope'rty common to former years. In
many hemeeholds theie schoolbooks
comprised in the main the family li
braries, and they have doubtless in
thousands of instane-e s been sources of
information and means of study to "chil
dren of a larger growth'' in the home
circle. Now the books have almost en
tirely disappeared from the country
stores, and the- citizen who wants one
has to send abroad for it. A Maine man
who tried to purchase a tcxtltook the
other day in a village containing 40
stores couldn't Ibid ne for sale. Levc
Navigation on the Nile.
From ihe bc sriv.ning of winter to the
enel of spring that is while the Nile is
navigable the north wind blows steadi
ly up stream with sufficient force to
drive sailing lieiats against the current at
a fair pace, while, on the other band, the
current is strong e nough to carry a boat
without sails down against the wind, ex
cept when it blows a gale. That is why
ancient Egypt did not need steam power
nor electric motors for the immense
commerce that covered the Nile, nor for
the barges carrying building material
for hundreds of miles. Harper's Young
Ihe Queen Fawned Her Jewels
Queen babel! a of Spain, rawned her jewel to
raise money to fit out an expedition thn eiiscov
cred the new world. Her sacrifice was net
gre atcr than is mace by many women of Ami r
lea, who deny thems.lve? many things in order
to have money to buy Cr. Pierce's Golden Mcdi-e-l
D iJooverj? for their sick husbands or children.
This "Di.-covcrj" is more important to them,
than the one mdc in 149'. For all dipesscs of the
Lungs, Liver, Throat, or Stomach, the "Discov
ery' is a sovereign remedy. A trial convinces,
its continued use cures It purines the blood, in
vigorates the liver an 1 strengthens ani bniljs tip
ihe whole tjstem. Guaranteed to benefit or
cure in every rae, or money paid for it if re
turned. Looking Better
better in every
in that than well
people stop to
ponder. To get
back flesh and
spirits is every
thing. CQtt's Emulsion
of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphites is prescribed by lead
ing physicians everywhere for ail
ments that are causing rapid loss
of flesh and vital strength.
Scott's Emulsion will do more than
to stop a lingering Cough-it fortifies
the system AQAHiT coughs and colds.
TYr-rwrot! 1 y Scur E-iwne. T V. :i d-nrrists.
A r.e w and Complete Treatment, eonslstinr of
suppositories. Ointment in Capsnl. also in Box
and Puis; A Positive Cure for External. Blind or
Bieedirg ltehir.c. Chronic. Kererit or Hercdimry
Piles, FiMii.a weakness is and minr other ols
eascs; it is always a treat benefit to the fenera
health. The first discovery of a medical enre ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Ktmedy has never keen known
to fall. (I per box. 6 for S; sent bv mail. Why
snffer from this terriable disease when a written
pnarantee is positivly riven with bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
fn-e sample. Onarar.tee lasted by our steal.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on the Stomach. Liver and Bw
ee: dispels nyspepsia. Biliousness, Fever. Coids,
Kervons n:sordcrc,Sleepiessnesa.Los of Appetite,
restores the ccroplection: perfect dipesuon fob
lows their use. Positive cure for Sick Ebadacbi
and Constipstior. Small, mild, easy to take. Larre
Vials of Pills 2S cents.
HARTZ & ULLMEYER Sole Acer.ta Rock lsl
oe-eupyirc the entire third C orof th" Schiller
Theater Buildinp hns tecured the absolute cou
vol of the eel'-tirate-d
"WHEELER SYSTEM" cf hcali.x
which undortbf.t meshed n-e enrol witjiont
liain. knife or inconvenience. This
wonderlulcure is the sensation of the sc:eP!::ir
world at present. Klertro-therapentir.
fur all Chronic, Nervous and Female Iies
skilltnlly applied bv a disuncuNhed ex pi'1"5 in
electricity. AU d'iscases requirine Snrciesl
interference promptly and successfully treated.
Orriet Hours ro 9 . . to b p. m.
Sunday to . m. to 3 . m.
COUUBTOrDiHCI from mrr tart of th HUV7
ah isngTisav spossm.
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
fererishness. Castoria prevents vomiting; Sour Curd,
cores 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."
Dr. G. C. Osgood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I tm acquainted. I hope the day is not
tai distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing optum,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
.hem to premature graves."
Dr. J. F. Kincuexoe,
The Cexttanr Company, T7
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A foil and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aaaptea totte
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INCORPORATED CKDEB THB STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open datl) from 9 a. m. tc 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five par cent interest paid on Deposits- Monev leaned on FersonaL Co'
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P L. MITCHELL. Fret. W C. DSNKHANN, T ice Pres. J. K. BTJTOBJ), Catkin
?. L. Mitchell. K. P. Reynold, P. C. Dcnkacann. John Crnbacrk, H.F. Halt.
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, S. W. Hurst, J. M. Bnford.
Jackbos A Httbit, Solicit ira.
TBeEan business July . ISM, aid occupy the .outheast comer of Mitchell & Lynde't e
Mimro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers
226 Market Square.
J. T. IDIXOIST
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City fBus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TI5IBERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
R Q. Hudson.
an Kinas or Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
c, furHiBhed when desired,
bnop cor. First ave. and Seventeenth et, Rock Island.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to mi!."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians in tho children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although wo only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor ujion it."
United Hospital and Cispchsakt,
Allen C. Smith, Pres.,
Mnrray Street, New York City.
M. J. Pabexs,