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THE AKGTJS, SATURDAY, MAY 27. 1893.
HAVE YOU TRIED DRU6S MB FAILED
rt TO FIND A CUKE FOR
RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
KIDNEY, LIVER and BLADDER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-BACK, &c.
EH. 5AniIUli tLttiinisi bell
1 1-. v ci a
v us .
DU. NAXIJEVS ElECTRIC BELT
with KIcrtro Mnsnctic Sumuciu
ffnry will euro wiibout meitirine
sjfifA ufler from Ni-noun l'trititv.
-I'oor lit-Jiiory, nil E'emnlr l.in-
l he vlKvts of abuse, exoots. tri y
orex;H &are. will tint! reliet iml prompt
cure in our marvelous mv ption,
hih rpijiim but a triai to conviru-o
the i.K Ht ukoptic.'.l. Iu iitonwioi-ot t
feels yuu limy have un uiy d ruined
yuryTeiM ol nerve fi-rre and vi:.j!j
which is clod ricit y m.ii thus
cnusej yoiir weitkiieta. Ict.r f-r e.
If you rep'uco into your system The
elements liins di. 'lined, . l.k-ii nrc ro
j Hired tr viirorounit renin h. yen v. i j
remove the fviii-ftainl hei li h, sti t li
and i' r wi t follow at once. 'i'M
is our i l:m ui'd treutmeiit. hmi we
"THTJEF. CMSSESOP TO EX." hHmii.i be r-d by every V;!U!ic,
'. . r i i.n.i tftiii inn 11. pent wn n . lree. 171'. ?Aijfifii'r t.irv ri,-4 isnr. ia no i-ni
iiimmJo " . ! hotiMftii.U to robust In - It It nnd vikror, is It nr i li other i roj:t a;erM fii-ltv;. us c.-.n t.
"v- 1 v liinIrt'.lH of case thrtniehoim this nnd fit her Mrtes.who wnM i. lastly testify. a;:d UcU ii:;;iy
VV ,J h.:vo strong letters beari;:jj testimony to their recovery alter uiur our licit
VE HAVE CUEDTHCGC:IVECA5 CURS YOU s
MONMOrTTI, If. O.'t.
PR. A. T. ft AKTKTf , pPnrPlr -Vu?SApnrti;rJ Ki . ;r-c
lt:h 1 purr 'has ,t if you tvoycurs ftT! v.-rKc-j ; r.:y
Knti2:k Esatiskactiom . end I tuke pieajt.:ro ;n ivi-fiii-i;wn'iin(
it to anv of tt.v friints who nro t.lv?Ti
u-ilni i ta for th. rnrr f1 hirh the b''t lfl rMii:r!n n.l i.
Yuur very truly. WM. IiAMNA, Jre. V it-r Mow C3
LA ill: HACK;, KIIEV BlSEAFEv AC.
CTTCAGO, C'totvr !7. T?.
TR. A.T. PAmirw, Poar Birr Thw 13 to riify f
h.ivt ufhI the taii(iea i:W-fric belt for l.un- h-u-w .111 1
ki!nny trouble, ontl fay t" t!: e atNifO'4 th;t i h.ivj
rf'Ct'ivoi a eotnTh'tiPiir. I rnst hHrf uJlv tt- innieni
titcui- Vou,&o., jAil3 MILLS, 47th axij Fi aucr id
Ii-COKMEM9 TliE BELT TO ALU
KArsA". rrr. Krpvrn. O'tob.-'f soth. ?S?2.
Pr, A. T. Pavtkn, iH arir.- Vouroi'ti t-LY.-h nw:., a&
nhiifl, nnl 1 will nay in re!y th.it your N . 6, It. Sandra
Kleinc l lt has jriven good jiutifaeEion nini has jons
me a wotitifrful from. Ki'oni 11077 un I ihuii tjso it
every d:v, ami knojr itviil brinB1 mt out all . K.
havfrivt:n your lt!t a ui"hk1 rn-oinnii'D'i towvprn Uro
licUi you wi'l hcM mnrv inon, I nin, vonrv tri!rt
yIKirs prniLiTY and aveaexess.
pr-sT) nrms, W!ch., November 183.
Iti-.r Sir : In ply tn your Inte
l' t. - ivlii'ii 1 thii k yur lr. Sar.Ji-n K.ectrc
' r , f-i-attft tnvpiiiions cf t!e nirett-cnth
' ' . j t l.r'v.j. r it a r.H'-t powerful apr-i:t for pio!
i. ioi iiilln'tfd 011 this earth, ami 1 know that
'.) "", tiral f your belts have Ikhjo sold, to the
L -a --t Kit nf;uii m. As to nivstHt' I am a veil
. - , ' ,'v 1 r. n v sarins; one of yourt U tm bt.'It. and
' )''- vi. r than W'f. ro u--iag it. 1 eLeir
iiJ ' ;r-U f"--v ri'Ctnin.fiKi vour b It.
l"- 11. r. LLLLxi, U fchattinut Avenuo.
(,j; r.SAL TECILITY XEEVOESXESS,
I l: I-In,---
p ;VTt-;, l. :ir Sir : Tho l-;j--tr!n b li 1 ro-.
1 , . 1 la-t April hajdononil it irtrrommon:ed
n :.y it. had done more for in' than ull the
I. sv t.ikm in thrttj years. The time 1 pot
. m a bul condition, sutri-rinc preatly from
.i : 1 l v . in-rousnos.. dcH and mv blood vns iu
(uJi'i'in- I weiL-hed at t!io time lf?otthe
:v:-i. I. 'it at present vritinff my wti?ht is
THE DR. SAHDEft ELECTRIC BELT
Prisoners Who Lack "Nerve." j
The prisoners iu the Panama cases do not I
seem to be what are called in tne soutn
"ner-y" men. M. Fontane, we are tolil,
"sobbed violently." M. Uaihaut Vfurned
deadly pale." M. Snns-Ieroy "swooned."
Then M. Fontane "fainted several times,"
embraced Lis counsel, tottered to the side
of Charles de I.esseps and "wept like a
child." First class bribe takers should be
made of sterner stuff. Possibly this couu
try mij-'ht furnish examples of the "nervy"
kind. Xew York Woild.
Is it possible you are s"fferine from catarrh,
and have not used Dr. Ssge's Catarrh Remedy?
AU tho terrible consequences of catarrh in the
head may be averted if you'll but make an effort !
You kiow, too Weil, its distreseins; eymptoms!
Yon pos-ibly kuow, Jf neglected, it invariably
soea from bail to wore, and is likel? to run into
consumption and end in the grave! Here is a
way of escape: It makers are willing to take all
the risk, and make a stanlir.g oiler of $500 for an
incurable cac of this loathsome and dirperous
disease. You can get 500, or better a cr.re 1
SURROUXDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
. ...... .ii.. I. riv rt t?nidtd in Mtri'iiirth to meet all ntiii'M tf wpakness in Tountr. mhtdlo-.Lfedor old
i' u.unU v. ill cure tho worst c; uses in two or throo uunttis. Address lor fall J:: formation.
SAN DEN ELECTRIC CO.," 1 69 La Salle St., CHICAGO, 8LL.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICK: NO. 2821 8IXTII AVENUE.
Shop on Vine Street. ROCK I8L VND ILL
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1133 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Hues and ppeciflcations fnrnlslusd on all classes o work; also atrcnt for Willcr's Patent. Inndc
6T'din Bl!nds,sometbing naw, stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND ILL
A rerent discovery thnt headache,
diz-'.inoss, dullness, confusion of tho mind,
ct., are duo to deruuemeiit of tho nerve
ceniera which supply the brain wiih nerve
force; that indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia,
wiil in 6toni:i'h, ete., :'riso from the dcranpe
n!cn! of tuo ncrvo centers supplying these or
pans with nerve fluid or force. This is likewise
t rue of matiy diseases of tho hi-art and lunirs.
Tho nerve systerulslike a telenrauh svsti tn,
ns will bo sceu by tho accouipauyiti
cut. i ne tiitio
white lines Aro
the nerves winch
convey tho ncrvo
1'. r e from tho
l orvo centersi tit
every part .f tho
lioily, iiit ns tho
eleCi l iccarrent is
conveyed a ion:
t h o tclcirapli
v ii .-s to every
station, laro or
jwiyicians fail to
re'.varvl this fact;
!ntcnd of treat
in t (he nervecen
te"s fir thecauso
of the disorders
I' r! si an t herefrom
t !:-. treat the
M. 1).. LL.It.,tho
Li -lily celebrated
student of nervous diseases, and author
of many noted treatises on the lattersubject.
Ions since realized the truth of tho first
statement, and his Restorative Nervine
ii prepared on that principle. Its success
iri curing nil diseases arisins f rom derance-.-i:t
of tho nervous system is wonder
ful, as the thousands of unsolicited testimo
nials in possession of the company inauufae
t'jrinir the remedy amply prove.
i'r. Miles' Restorative Nervine Is a rellablo
re;nedy for all nervous diseases, such as
1 'idacho, nervous debility, prostration,
s -picssness, dizziness hysteria, sexual de
bility, St. Vitus dance, cpiley, etc It Is
sold by all druggists on a positive (ruaranteo,
or sent direct by the lr. JNlilcs Medical 'o.,
I'ikhart, Ind., on receipt of price, fl jmt bot
tle, six tiottles for SS, express prepaid.
Ki-storative Nervine positively coutains aa
Oiuu'xj ur daugeruua druga.
A GREAT TRAVELER
Boys Read This and Girls, too Explanation of Our
TiiK Ai;o is jul)Iishin seven short articles, this be in;; Xo. 5. The remainini; articles will appear in ropfii
r. consecntivelv facii lav. In each article there will appear one or more words in hlack-kaceo tyi-k
l i . v :.:' ELEVEN such words in all. out of which we have constructed a sentence.
Tie- bov or ;irl wlio lirst puts this sentence together correctly and st'itds us the answer will receive a full set
; the i t.-uahn World-Herald famous edition of the Encyclopedia Hritannica, together with :i beautiful bbokease
n;:;-!e i . hold it. The prize will ;o to the one whose answer is lirst received at this office.
i;ie volume of tlie Encyclopedia will be presented to every boy or irl senditii; tlie correct answer at any time
!!.-re the award is made. gggl 1 I
T insure absolute fairness, we have placed the sentence in a sealed envelope in tlu' custody of PROF. S. S.
M1H.E. Superintendent of the Hock Island Public Schools.
The award will be made within six days after the last of these seven articles is published.
Address answers to EDITOll HOYS' AND (ilULS' " PUIZE, Rock Isl.vni Ainiis.
SiakespBare's Seven Ases of Han,
"And then, the justice.
In fair round hdllv. with irood capon lin'd.
With eyfo severe and heard ef formal cut.
Full of wise saws and modern instances;
And so he plays his part." "As You lake It.
A justice without the Encyclopedia Hritndnica in his library would be absolutely lost, for that wonderful
v rk contains the concentrated wisdom of the world.
It is much more important that he should be able to consult the I5ritannica than that he should lie "with
-"'(I capon lin'd."
The justice that succeeds in nietinp out even-handed equity to all WHO are brought before hime, must be a
"ei! read man as well as a wise man. To get a deep insight into human nature, he should study his Shakespeare
in connection with his Encyclopedia. In the course of his duty men come before him in every one of the seven
f-'o depicted by Shakespeare. The cultivated justice will know that the idea of the world being a stage and the
'i' vision of life into seven ages, did not originate with the great poet. In the old play of Damon ami Pythias we
have: Pythagoras said that this world was like a stage, whereupon many play their parts." In the Treasury of
-Modern Times. 1G13, is a division of the life of man into Seven Ages, said to be taken from Proclus; and it appears
t!"om liruwn's Vulgar Errors that Hippocrates also divided man's life into seven degrees or stages, though he differs
:r"m Proclus in the number of years alloted to each stage. Dr. Henley SPEAKS of an old emblematical print, en
1 tied the Stage of Man's Life ilivided into Seven Ages, from which he thinks Shakespeare more likely to have
Ken his hint than from Hippocrates or Proclus. Shakespeare used the same idea more than once in his plays.
Not only will the severe-eyed justice lind plenty of wise saws"' in the Encyclopedia Britanniea, but he will
:' lind abundance of. "modern instances'
The cost) is not to be considered, for he, like the poorest petitioner that comes before him, can purchase the
ritaunica fr 10 cents a day.
Con Zech, Who Journeys in the
Interests of a Lithographing
FROM MAINE TO CALIFORNIA.
His I'iebl of Labor Fenced in by a
Nation's Boundary Lines He
Tells of Some of the Dangers That
Beset the Way of the Commercial
Tourist Troubles Resulting From
Climatic Changes and Frequent
Patients who place themselves un
der the care of the physicians of the
Stackliouse Medical Institute now can
lie assured .of regaining health in
about one-half the time required to
effect a cure when the season is im
propitious and the elements combine
to undo each day a portion of the
benefit that skilled treatment has
One month ot the
May or June will adv
as two months of the
nee you as far
same rare and
attention in December and January.
Mr. Con Zech. whose portrait is
presented herewith is oneof the fore
most commercial, travelers of Ameri
ca. He is known from Maine to Cal
ifornia, for his territory embraces
the entire country. Mr. Zech travels
for the great lithographing house of
Hendorson-Achert-Krebs. of Cincin
nati, and he himself resides at No.
lo Sycamore street, in thatcitv.
MR. CON ZECH.
The extent of my territory and
the nature of my business,' says Mr.
Zeck, "brings me into the most cli
matic changes and also necessitates
a great deal of exposure to all kinds
of weather. As a result I was con
tinually catching cold and finally con
tracted one that the usual remedies
failed to cure. It went on from bad
to worse until it developed into a
most obstinate anil troublesome case
of general chronic catarrh.
Finally hearing of the uniform
success with which the Stackliouse
treatment was being used in eases
similar to mine, I determined to give
it atrial. In a short time I began
to improve wonderfully. All symp
toms of my disease immediately
disappeared ami there is no prospect
of their recurrence. The people of
Davenport. Rock Island & Moline are
particularly fortunate in possessing
this institution. Knowing the phy
sicians of the institute to be aide to
accomplish all they claim to do, I
propose to say a good word for them
wherever I go."
$5 A M).sTII.
The marvelously low rate of 5 a
month for the entire services of these
successful specialists still prevails in
the treatment of catarrh and kindred
diseases. Charges for all other dis
eases are proportionately low. At
the.-e almost nominal rates are in
cluded all the medicines needed to
effect a cure.
All patients who begin treatment
at the ?o rate will never be charged a
larger fee. but will he given the best
services, pure medicines and skilled
treatment of the physicians of tlie In
stitute at per month until cured.
S'ackhouse Medical Institute,
Ps't maneut'y located in
KooniB 1 and IK.
(Fut Floor. Take tr.e Elevator. 1
Corn r of Brrdy and Third Streets.
All curtble diseases treated with suc
c.efcs. Specialties: Eve. Er. Nose,
Throat and Lurt'F; Nervous Dlfcuses,
BU od Diseases atid Skin Dea-es
uccsssful treatment tty mail. Write
for symptom Wine. Consultktion acd
Offlc3 Hours 9 to 12 a m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m.
Sundays 10 to 12 a ru. only .
World Fair ICatea.
The Burlington route (C., B. & Q.
11. R.) will well round trip tickets
from Rock Island to Chicago and re
turn from April i'5 to October 31,
1893, inclusive, at $8; final limit for
return November 15, 1893. Contin
uous going passage date of sale.
Continuous return passage on cr b
fore linal limit. Children of five
years and under 12 years of age half
of above rates.
H. D. Mack. Div. Pass. Airt..
Rock Island, 111.
M. J. Youxg, Agt., Rock Island.
The Brooklyn bridge, t be largest tuspen
Bion bridge in the world, is, with its ap
proaches, 5,'JSU feet locg and cost 13,000,
(XX). The United States flag was first ealuted
by a foreign ' power at Guiberon bay in
France by Admiral La Motte.
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY years' observation of Cnntorla with the patronage cf
millions of persons), permit o to speak of it withont encasing.
It is nnqnestionaoly the best remedy for Infants and Children
the world has ever known. It is harmless. Children like it. It
gives them health. It will save their lives. In it Mothers have
something which is abwoltitely safe and practically perfect as a
Castor! a destroys Worm.
Castoria allays Feveritihness.
Castoria prevents vomiting Sonr Cnrd.
Castoria enres Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
Castoria relievos Teething Trophies.
Castoria enrcs Constipation and Flatnlency.
Castoria neutralizes tho effects of carbonic acid gas or poiaonons air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
Caoriaais8toUftheoodregnIates tho stomach and bowels,
giving healthy and natnral sleep.
Castoria is pnt np in one-siojbtaesjonlylt is not sold in.bnlh.
Don't allow any one tc sell yonjvnything else on tho plea or promise
that it is "just as good " and " will answer every pnrpose."
See that von Pt C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A .
is on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Every! hirjg in the line of epriug vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Fast Fourth Street.
J. T. XXCXCXN
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Manufacturer of all kinds or ,
BOOTS AND SBOEb
Oent's Fine Shoes a epcclaMy. Hnftiricp done neatly aid promptly.
A !if.re of yonr patronaj-e respectfully ecjiciied.
1618 Second &.venu. Rock If land. Ill
K i. Hudson. M. J. Pabkeb.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth st. Rock Island.
GEORGE SCHiFEK, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lance Every Day
Sandwiches Furnlsbed on Short Kottce.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money by buying your Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, -Woodware, and Brushes, at the Old and
Reliable 5 and 10 Cents Store.
MTRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Thirl avb
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter "Work Done. - '
General Jobbing dene on short notice and eabaraction guaranteed.
OSoo and Shon 721 Twelfth Street. AbCS ISLAND