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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1893.
rmiCiW, BOCK ISLAND A PACT"? KAIL-
wiyepOl cornel r vyu
tnt etreet Frank H . Plnmmer, ent.
tKST. ! tWBST,
Con net Blnffs Mlniieao- I 1
ta Da? Express f il :05 am 4:4t am
Kansas City Day Kxvress jOiSTjim 6:20 am
Washington Kxiiress j 2;00 inn, o:Hpm
Council fluffs A Mluneso- i !
ta axprss i 7 :40 am 7 : pm
Omaha and Denver Vesti- ) ,
bale Express m
Kansas City Limited 4:4S am ll;10 pm
St part-Ror a Island Exprss1 5:40 pm 9:0aro
'Daily. tOoing east. twmn.
nriir.lNWTON KOC'lK-C B. A U. KAi..
X3 war Depot First Tfnie and HixtnenrJi i
M.J. Yonng. agent.
U Los is Express tt:0 u.
3t. Lout ixpress ' 7:87 pm
St Paul Express 6:46 pm
Beardstown Panseneer i 9:68 pm
Way Freipht( Monmouth 8:00 am
Sterling Passenger 7:56 am
St I Paul Kxnress .! 5:) am
7 :i1 ptn
Sterllnc Freicht ' 11 :30 am.
CHICAGO. MI1.WACK.EE A ST. PAUL RAIL-
way ttaclne aouiu western iiiiyu ic
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
ivenae, s. u. w. noimfi.igtni.
Mail and Kxpre.se
St. Paul Express
11 :45 .t
6 : 1 n pTD
. -.411 LT
ROCK ISLAND PKORIA RAILWAY
pot First avenn and Twentieth a:reet. F.
H. Rockwell, Aeent.
'8:05 am 7 :05 pro
2:) pm 1 :25 pm
9:10am 3:00 pm
4 00 cm 9:06 urn
Faax Mall Express
Cable Accommodation !
BtTRLlNUTON. CEDAR KAI'IDS suuiii
ern railway. depot f.wt of Brady atrect.uav
ecBort. J.S.Ha'nnegan.Ofn.T'k't A ras. Acent.
'4:55 pmPlO-45 am
3 10 ami 9:45 am
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train
. I a6 :4S nil
.; .7: am
. ,bl0 41 am
. ait:3i pm
al :llf am
aDaily. bDiUlv except Sunday . amng north.
Going- South and east
CMT DIRttCT ROUTS TO TBI
East. South ad Southeast,
Lv. Rock Island 8:0nam S :90 pm
Ar. Orion 8 :45 am 8 :04 pm
Cambridge S :03 am 8:J7pn
Galya. 9 :36 am 3:57 pm
Wyoming 10:11am 4:33pm
Prtcceviile .....! 10:30 am 4:65 pm
Peoria ill :15 am 5:40 pm
Bloomington. 1:15pm 9:15pm
Springfield ,3:40pm 10:90pm
Jacksonville . 4-OC pm 12-06n't
Decant r JVROprn 10:00pm
Danville '3:50 pm 13:10 am
Indianapolis ,6:53 pm 8:S5 am
Terre Haute ! 7:10 pm 10:00 am
Syanrrille ; 1:20 am 7:S5am
St. Louts 7:30 pm! 7:40 aoc
Cinclnnat: llteOpmj 7:10 n't
Lv. Peoria 10:10 am 3:50 pm
Ar. Rock Island I l:fepmi 7:05 pm
rAccommodatioc trains leave Rock Island at
8:00a. m. and 6.20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peo.iia 6:00 a. m. and
T :1S p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :0u p. m. and 1:45
All trains ran daily except Snndaj.
All passe iger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair caron Fast Express between Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
. Through tiokets to all points; baggage coecked
throngh to aes'iaation.
Lv. Rocc IcUod ! 9.10 m 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds ilO.dO am 5.05 pm
' Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lt. Cable i 6.2i am 18.50 pm
Ax. Reynolds 7.00 ami 1.45 pm
' Bock I'land I 7.55 am 3.00 pm
E. B.8UDLOW, .TOCKHOCSE
Superintendent. it'l Tkt. Aeet t
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
" office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
snccecds the Moline tarings Banc. Organized 1869
5 TerCIM I5TEBEST ;AlD OS DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws.
Opcnf m 9 a. m. to 3 p m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7 to 9pm
Poster Sximii. - - President
H. A. Aibswobtb. - - Vice-President
J. F. Hemxswat. - - - Cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H . A. Alns worth,
O. H. Edwards. W. H. Adams,
Andrew Frlbere. C F. Hemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in thej careen
spot of the we8tby the
Orchard State Bank
or ORCHARD, NEBRASKA
E. W. Dabt. President.
J. B. DabtI Cashier.
Mitchell & Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. KobiBson, Cashier Rock Island Na tiona
C.C.CBrter, M. D.
Henry Dart's boos. Wholesale Grocers.
It Cures Colda. Courhs. Sore Throat. Cronf, Ib8o
enza. Whoopinr Conf h, Bronehias
A certain curs for Consumption in first
and a snrs relief in advanced stares. Bss .at oaos.
Ton wiU SM the excellent effect after Ukinf t
first dose. Sold by dealers everywhere. -arg
bottles 60 cents ana 1.00.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly and perma
nently enres all forms of
Nervous Weakness, Emis
sions, Spermatorrhea, Im
potency and all effects of
abuse or excesses; been
prescribed over 35 years
m thousands of cases; is
tt nnlv rolinlilA And hnn-
Uiforc tnl 4fffr. et medicine known; ask
dmcgists for Wood's PHOsrHonrse: if he offers
some worthless medicine in place of this, leave
his dihonet store, enclose price in letter and
we will seud j oa by return mail. Price one package
$1: six. $5; one will pletse. six will cure: pam
phlet in plain sealed envelope. 3 stamps: address
WOOD CHEMICAL CO.,
131 Woodward avenue, Detreit Mien.
ITTOI'.NET AT LAW Offlce in Mitchell &
A Lynde's new block.
JACKSON Ar HUHST,
TTOH ETt AT LA W
fx ai'.onu! oi.k buiitiinc.
DfSce la kuc. i-ji
So :k lt.iiil, 11:
D. SWBKSET ALH
?Vr;Efca & WALKER,
T10RNEY9 AND COrFLLHN A': U'
Oace in Bergntoti's !ock. hoct I slat: d. V.
McEMRT & ticESlR.
i JTGR SET'S AT LAW Loan cioney ul ii
secnrity.makecollections. Keferercc, Jli:ct'
ell Lycdc. bankers. Ofllee .n Potol2ce block.
S. W. ODELL,
1 TTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
and dnHnc the past two years with the firm of
Jrowninc A Eutnken at Moline, has now opened
n office in tne Aadttorinm hnudlng. room 5, at
C. J. Seabxe. S. W. SEAKJ.E.
TTORXErSand Coaoellors at Law and So
Alicttors in Chancers ; afflce BtJord's block.
3, R, Uollowbush, M, D, . Geo, E, Barth, Jt. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHYSICIANS AND lr?rRGlCONS,
Office 40fl 23rd st. Telephone 105
Residence TS1 21st ft. " 1183
Dr. Barth I Dr. Hollowbnsh
9 to 10 a. m. I 10 to 1-J a. m.
1 to E and to 8 p. m. I i to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Ufflce McCailongh Buildicg. m W. 3d St.
Hoars: to 11 am : 1 to 4 nra.
J. F. Mtess, M. D. Geo. W. Wheei.er,M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
9arerv unit llneswa o f V nmf u
Office over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1113.
DR. ETEHa I DR. WTIEELEB.
0 to Vi a. ra. 18 to 10 a. m.
to b and T to 9 p. in I 1 to 3 and 7 to p. m
es. telephone LXX1. I Res. telephone. 1190
Room 33 in Mitchell A Lynde's new bloca.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
o 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
3RS. BICKEL JtSCHOEfftAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 23-81
.Edward L. Hamati. Clabk II. BuronD.
HAM MATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111. Office Room
41. Mitchell Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAH.
flans and tnperintendence for all class ol
Room 53 and 59, Mitchell A Lynde building
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York Citv.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European pln.
Room rates $1 a day and upward .
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod.
street cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry land ire? pass the door.
H1LDKKT11 & ALLEN, Pwp'l.
. Insane Persons Restore;"
at f i b.
ci.rm tor AW- ttfrtMms. ftis. M-piir?y, etc.
IlXFALLtBLBifuken AS dirertd- A' F mm after
H'st or r. TreAtiM a S " rotue free to
- !. KI lWH.oit A ) ?..'hili!tnht.r.
4to - IJttTsill.VG ftAVDi-
HER WORDS WERE
A. NVvv-spaper Mati'd Oirefu
atvt Oomp fctw InvHSti
WHAT TWO MINISTERS SAID.
A Searching Inquiry as to Mrs. Hen
derson's Past ami Present Con
j ilition, ami the Results Which
New York Press.
A few lavs since there was pub
lishetl in this paier one of the most
remarkable letters ever written by
any woman. Some of the statements
made atid facts it contained were so
unusual and the interest, not to sav
excitement, occasioned was so great,
that an investigation for the benefit
of the iiulihc seemed a necessity- In
the pursuit of such investigation
visited Port Chester, X. Y.. and at
the hotel, on the street, and in the
stores. I heard a rreat deal of talk
on the very subject I was investigat
in". Rev. Ernest L. Scott, after I
had explained what I wished said:
Nearly a year ago I first met Mrs
J. Henderson, who resides at No. 315
Westchester avenue. I called to see
her in company with Hon. Addison
Johnson, and must confess that I
have seldom seen anyone in so de
plorable a condition. My first view
almost unnerved me, she was so
unstrung, and with the most danger
ous dropsical condition she told me
how she had suffered, how her sister
hail come to prepare the house for
expected funeral.' and she continued,
words cannot tell the story of my
sufferings.'' 1 withdrew from the
house feeding that it was the last time
I should ever see her alive.
The next time I saw Mrs. Hender
son was early in the present year.
I could hardly believe what I saw.
She was well, healthy and no trace
of the dropsical trouble: indeed she
seemed to be in perfect health. Nat
urally I was amazed and asked her
the cause, She said, with tears
streaming from her eyes: 'I owe it
all to the grand remedy. Warner's
Safe Cure.''1 Her husband spoke up
at once and said, yes, that is the
secret of my wife's recovery and af
ter I have seen what the Safe Cure
lias done for my w ife, I am coniident
that it will relieve any case of
Uright's disease and cure any one
whose constitution is not wasted
Ker. Samuel O. Curtice, pastor of
the Methodist church at Port Ches
ter, said to me: "Yes, I know all
about Mrs. Henderson's troubles,
which were caused by a bad case of
Bright's disease. She had been giv
en up and 1 was called in to baptise
her. Instead of that I talked and
prayed with her and then withdrew.
1 called again the next day and per
formed the ceremony. Hcrrapid re
covery to her present state of health
and strength is really wonderful."
Hon. Adison Johnson, member of
the hoard of supervisors, and their
delegate to the assembly at Albany,
said: "I have known all about Mrs.
Henderson's case. Her death was
expected daily for a long time. She.
was t he sickest person 1 ever saw
that lived. Certainly an- remedy
that could perform such wonders
must be a marvelous one."'
The conclusions from mt- investi
gations are these, namely: that one
of the most remarkable cures on rec
ord has been accomplished in Port
Chester. It is that of a lady who,
when taken ill, went from bad to
worse,"' until brought to death's door
by the worst of all known diseases,
and yet is today well and happy.
The experience of Mrs. Henderson
should prove a valuable one to all
readers who mav be treading the
same dangerous path, viz.: treating
symptoms instead ot wiiat causes
them, and not realizin; their great
danger until in manv cases too late
for human aid.
Itenry I- I'ierce and President Cranl.
"Henry Wilson and Henry L.
Pierce," said a well known teller of
lolitical stories, "were great friends.
I think Mr. Pierce did what no other
man ever did with a president of the
United States. Without consulting
Mr. Pierce, President Grant made an
appointment in Boston which was
very distasteful to Mr. Pierce, who
was at the time in ci'Ugi ess. As soon
as he heard of it ho sought out Mr.
Wilson and Ijoth called on the presi
dent, who refused to change his ideas
on the appointee.
"With firmness and rojx'ct Mr
Pierce, arising, sjiid:
" 'Mr. President, I consider this up
pointment a iorsoiial insult to me,
and I shall never forget it.'
"He never did, at least so far as
President Grant was concerned."
Be Did Kot Call.
The man woo tried Dr. SsgtJ'B Catarrh 'remedy
and was sure of the SSlu reward offered by the
proprietor for an incurable case, never called
for his money. WLt not? O, because he pot
cured : He was sore of two things: (3) That his
catanh co-ild net be cured. (2) That he would
have that S&00. lie ia now sure of one thin?, and
that is. that his catanh is gone completely. 6o
be is out SSCK), of course. The makers of lr.
Sage's catanh remedy have failh in their ability
to cure the wont cases of nasal catarrh, no mat
ter of bow long standing, and attest their faith by
their standing reward of 500, effered for many
years past, for an Incurable case of this loith
some and dangerous disease. The remedy is
so'.dby druggists, at enly SO cents. Mild, sooth
inj j cleans fog, deodorizing, antiseptic, and healing.
At Trinity chapel. Rev.
Sweet, rector, even sonr
day school at 2:30 p. m.
At the Uniied Presbyterian, Rev.
II. C. Marshall, pastor, will preach
in the morning. In the evening Rev.
W. E. Shaw of Davenport will preach.
At the First M. E. church Rev. F
W. Merrell, pastor, will preach at
10:45 a. m., on "Christian Joy," and
7:30 j. m. on Character and Des
tiny." At Trinity church. Rev. R. T.
Sweet, rector, celebration at 7 a. m.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Matins
at 10:45 a. m. Even song at 7:30 p.
The Salvation Army will hold the
usual service at their barracks at 11
a. m. and at 3 and 8 p. m. Evening
subject, A Drunkard's Spree and Its
At the Grace Lutheran, (corner
Forty-fourth street and Seventh ave
nue)"Rev. G. E. Shuej', pastor. Morn
ing theme: "The Good Shepherd;"
evening, "Spiritually Nearsighted."
Sundayschool at 0:15 a. m.; young
people's meeting at 6:30 p. m.
At the Central Presbyterian,
services as usual, preaching by the
pastor. Rev. John II Kerr; morning
subject, "The Seventh Saying on the
Cross;" evening, "Neglecting One's
(iifts." Sunday school at 11:45 a.
m... Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
At the Christian, services, at 10:15
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by
the pastor. Rev. T. W Grafton.
Morning subject, "Sand to Serve:"
evening. "Romanism. What hall be
Our Attitude Toward It?" Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Young People's
Soeiity of Christian Endeavor at 6:3d
At the First Haptist. preaching
by the pastor. Rev. C. E. Taylor,
Ph. D. Subject for morning: "The
Calling and the Prize:" evening,
Duties of Wives to Their Husbands:"
fourth talk on family life. Sunday.
school at 9:15 a. m., C. L. Williams,!
superintendent. Young people's
Union at 6:30 p. m.. leader. F. W.
Freeman: topic. "Temperance."
Sunday school at the Forty-fourth
street chapel at3.p. m., F. M. Sinnet.
When Baby was sick, we pavr? tier castoria.
"When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for im
provement of the complexion, use
only Pozzoni's Powder; there is noth-
inir equal to it.
Children Cry for
Courhfiir leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
i tej F2 US,
&cl Ecar'acho cr:d Tlie-vcKU thotrcublna izsi
i'eiit to a bilious etnie of tho rysteia, such n-3
ir. :niiiess, Nr.ute-, rrows:noi. Ii3treiNS after
r.tiup. l'aia in tuo fei ie. A.C Wh.lo their mcbj
roiiirltal-la tuccees tas been shown in cu,iag
Xlcr.daehe. yet Carter's Lit?l9 Liver Tins ara
cq-aally valuablo in Constipation, cnrinRaudpro.
Minting tLiBsnncyir.sco:up!aiEt. M inis they alia
t -rrectp'l I:sorui.-r.-1 ftbCHtonja-.hatininlateth
J ver end regulaia the tH.-w e'j. Uvea i tliey caly
(ufer fromthi-jdistresF'ntjconijilaint; butfort.
r nt-'l y tlie)rpoolnwdo-s inrioud h Te.aTi'1 thntus
v. ! jencetry thorn will find fiiese litilo pills valu
't ie souav -iv-vs that t'e.y will not
,!? touo-i.hbi.-t t'hoia- Eut after allele taac
1.i ti bnrse of so znar.? llvsw that hero In Trier
WenaVe .-""r cret bo.it. C.tt pi.'mcuroit wtjl3
Ciphers do utit.
t'arwr'i Z-irflo lA-rcr TiiU sm -very sn:-.:i cna
vjrr cwio talie. Cr.r rr tw lillc luskoa doae.
ilv-T ai-estri.-tiy vt:;otriblo a.-vi uo U J. pr.po cr
j-.iiivt. b it bv til. if tftit:pe::t:. ;'!ea.iU tl
tiss tUeta. In rlwlr.r' Jcvnts ; vci " CI- tSoid
fcr jruji.tVc .vtruere. or b.' . i
CAT:.t Ti SC!f.iiCr ., 4 y-.
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HAVE YOU TRIED DRUGS AND
TO FIND A rrnw v rII
RHEUMATISM. LUMBAGO SCia
COMPLAINTS. nY.QPPDCM .
sflsM OA A MM Bit Alr TIIPPP rr ICurcnn -wt. tu.fr, -it
r mm w r r v wwii n a is is aj a 4 . ' 1 11 r.
ss we have restored thousands to robnn lienlth and viper (,... r"" "elt
shown by hundreds of cases throuKhnut this and 01 hrr stnro w bi i -1,0 ' :;:,Tr,,-r
cf whom we have etrocx letters bearing testimonv to iluvrrwr.rf, J.,. :"' 11
tue IIAlfV- smrK r- n . . . " v'-r Bf il,
win riMVE. wwhcu intat-Wr. CAM CUPP v.
KEBTOrS BEBIXITT AX WEAKNESS. I rEOil'KUfclJCLM ...?!
rn. A. rwrw.
Tsvor, ftave vo my
llt one f the I
crntiirr. and conpid
nraonir the manv afi
f nrvir.L'h me f-J Tpm
rtarlies ereteit Fatisfanion. As to mywif I nm a cll
man to-nay irom weannKoneof your eject nr Ix lt!. and
am thirty pounds heavier than before tiding at. ' 1 chLt.r.
tuMy aaa truth rul.v rcromnentl our h!t.
li. K. Wll.KHK, 88 btavmai Avenue.
Mn-wirnrB, W! Ansnit Tfn. lwz
Pr. a. T. SArrtrv, Luv.r S:r -The Kt- frc 1 :t I re
ceived from you last Arrilhftsdoueail ill reeommrni4
to do. lean say it has done more for me than 11 tl.e
medicine i have taJ:eu in three years. The time I (cot
the belt I was in a hid eondiuop. bufTorinj- treat ly from
freneral debility, nervousness. Ac-, and my blood was in
very poor condition. 1 weirne.l at tile time 1 (Tot tiie
tielt 145 pounds but ntprv.eat v ritinfr mv voiphl 1 li
Irecosumadjfouxbcltioaii. eiiol.II I ,l,i,7v,iain.aiiigfct.
I of voilr helt have tjwn sr.ld. to tt,r I " rT "n-J v.v v.
Is a complpto calvanie battery, made into a belt so as to be eajily wrm Cu-irs wnrt
Eives sooth inc. prolonced currents which are instantly lelt tljn.ucii ..at u . ,-,..
35,000. Ithasan Improved Uertric !nspenory, t he crea;et bo, a . "V. f
wo warrant it to cure any of the above weaknewi'R, ana toonlarue i-hrnr.ken lm o-r
Upfnndeil. They are eraded in strength to met ail aTai?i i f rpal-mxt in r. A
men, &nd will cure the wunt cases in two or three months. Address lor ii.l iz-'crr -T. ' V!
,S AIM DEN ELECTRIC CO.," I6Q LaSalieSt., CHICACol
M I I
One block fromtCentral pirk. the laries t !a Iowa.
Contractor and Builder
1121 114J Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 fourth avecoc.
Tlaxs and rpeciflcations fr.rnlfhcd on all classes o work: so ao r.t for W.".i:'i
dins Bl'.nds, somcthiog new, atylieh and desirable.
3! Xl en m.n.mni-1- to n:r; all pot.i aii'irf. nieh W-a.
3 . V) f Loxstif jrii.nivw. r ...'ii'-.ncue. Wak-f u1n.-. L-t .
f-x! X? jCit. I fiwu.Ktfftmisne-.'.' f"mie.alHlr.iinm! ! . p..er".
Oruan! ii tilherse: err1-; oy over exertion.
USe OI WOaeCO. I'pil.i BUiumams w i.iv .-"
w'tMo arraa uhino.
For sale in Kock Islani hy Hartz & Ullmeyer. 3d Av an 1 J"'.h
c'L' ill U 49
T. H. THOMAS.
235 Wis. Street
11 sisinitir-s U!lf
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THE DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT
1603 Second Atom
Proprictoror of the Biady fi:tet
f.niip of Cot Flowers conctai.tlv 00 '.
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