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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. 18J3.
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ijs tlw Mst remedy ior
all complaints peculiar
t j women.
City 'Bus and 'Express Line
.pi,, ,i.v Wock Ulard -r Hnrper Hotels tor 'bus or xpi.
v;igon aii'1 yon will r v pronpt attention.
a LoDg Seaii
Hoover Found no Re
ef Until he Consulted
si.u KIIOUSK AND DANIEL.
a SulTerer from Eczema
,! other Maladies Post Nasal
iv.irrli :ii1 its Specily Cure "I
.:, Ir. Staokhoiisc anl Daniel
the Itock Is
iiles at No.
After years of ex
man v lihvsieians anil
. 1 can say t hat
i -1 until I went
t the Staek-
with eczema for
at year the pain
: ' ii .ii- was unhearalil
i ni.'lit. 1 emil.l not obtain
r?:i -iei i. I had also a very had
1 : !"-t nasal catarrh which was
:imiiyin, esoeeially when lyinjy
i- tliere was then a continual
into the throat. This is not
i v w-f!l. Should any one simi
illlieteil desire to know more of
I hall he pleased to hare
-ali mi me or write. I know
I'r. Mackhouse and Daniel suc
1 A'.u-r many other physicians
a:arrh and all kindred diseases
v.H until cured at $ per month.
ii'U'.tioiial charge for medicines,
'uliation and examination free.
TL''- in all cases moderate. Write
yiiil'tiin hlank ami articulars of
ittiient l.y mail. Hundreds of pa-
iii-1 ii ir at a distance have been
Irs. siavkhouie and Daniel
"'l'iih a statement or testi-
'"i:i. tnat is not freely and vol-
l"I L'lVell liv llir TVitiunt Tt ia
!" ' '-ary for them to importune
"ii" haye taken treatment, to
im-.nials. The gratitude of
' !' iti' iits prompts tliem to pufo
u i !! y as possible the beneiits
'-iv. reeeived that others sufTer
m iv tt n 1 relief and cure as they
ackhouse Medical Institute,
Permanently located in
Uooiiih 17 and 18.
K HI lTAKEii BUILDING,
'r-t Flow. Take the Elevator.)
w- Corair or Brady and Third Strstts,
A" turn!)1,, iliseaaes treated with suc
'. t fl cUiiies: Eve, Eir. Nose,
r".4' Hllli Lungs; Nervous Diseases,
" i Uise-B and Skin Diseases.
ui'c,.,fii! 'rentnient by mail. Write
'Viiiptom blatiK. Consultation and
,:T"ii I'.imi free.
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' P. m .
2 to 4 and
-clays 10 to 12a.m. c Jr.
Insans Persons Restore.
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OA IMTAT1NQ fRAUDi
A 51 EPICAL B(K K worth
IK)I.LARS, sent for 10 cento in
1 Per Bottle at Druggists.
60c Trial Size sent by mall.
Letters for advl ;e Harked
Consulting Department" are
seen Ity our puysicla is only.
704-PHOM KeOICINC CO,
II. i. Column, 'sec'y,
The C'ont of living fu lioston.
A youn man i:i Boston asks for a bill
of fare "from Mc nday noon to Saturday
noon, at a cost of ) or less." This yonng
man must be a linmorist or a stranger
in Boston. He c m live for for a week
on fine, warrant d benns, pork in mod
eration, CambridRpport selected crack
ers, iced water. In fact this would be
extravagance. Dio Lewis lived for a
week or two on 2 cents' worth of beans
and a cent's worth of vinegar, and we
believe he always looked back to this
period of his lift with a feeling that he
had been squandering money and living
grossly. One p .rtion of vinegar for two
would have beeii enough and more than
"What a pity It Is t iat his face is all pimple-;
HcM bs very fine looki-i; if 'twann't for that
Said protty Hiss Vere, with a smile ai the dim
ples Rolecteil from under the nobby spring hat
As she looked at hi rself in the plan, softly gigh
Iok. That she hid for the yaung man a tendor re
gard. There wasn't the lcist need of denying
for every on kne !t. -His beauty U marred by
the frii;htriil red blo'chos all ever his face. I
wouder if he couli n't take somethi- g to cleanse
bis bio id. and ilriva them aw iy?"
He heard wh: h said abiut his looks. It
hurt his feeliDi;', lur hp couldn't deny she to d
the truth Il runumber..d a fricnil whose face
used lo as b il us his. It had beco re smooth
and clear. Ho went to him and asked bow the
change hail been Imm lu about. 'Simply by
usiiis: l)r IM'ice'a Gold i Medical Di f.iv ry."
" 'he reply. "T.ike that, and I'll warra t jou
to tret rid of jour .in i.les.'"
Be did so
His 'ucc bei-ame healthy and clear.
And next week 1 :'il be m irried to pretty Miss
is a dreadful thing
undoubtedly caused by the irritating
effects of dirt.
Outbreaks, and crime generally, are
never possible among people who are
addicted to th; use of
The great sc other of angry passions
the promoter of health and good
feeling. Cleans everything injures
nothing don't be afraid to use KIRK'S
Soap on the most delicate fabrics.
J AS. S. ICirtlC &. CO.. Chicago.
Dusky Diamoid Tar Soap A 8x:b8.0BI,'
A new and C omplete Treatment, consisting of
Snnpositories. Ointment in Capsnls, also tn Box
and Plila; A Positive i:nre for External, Blind or
Blecdina Itchi lit. Chronic. Recent or Hereditary
Piles, Kkmai-e waknbsks and many other dis
eases: it is always a irreat benefit to the general
health. The f rst discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. Ti ls Remedy baa never been knows
to fall. 1 per box. for ?ft ; sent bv mall. Why
suffer from th s tcrriable disease when a written
guarantee is p sitiviy giver with bottles, to re
fund the mot ey if not cured. Send siamp for
free sample. Uuaraclec isd by our auenl
JAPANESE LIVERS PELLETS
Acts like mag c on the Momach. Liver and Bew
ela; disiwia Dfspepsia, Biliousness, Kever. Colds.
Nervous Diaoidera.Sleoplessness.Loesof Apnite.
restore-, the oomplection: perfect digestion fol
lows their list . Positive cure tor Sick Hbadacbc
and Constlpat on. s mall, mild, easy to take. Large
Vials of 50 Pi ts assents.
UARTZ & iJLLMKYER Sole Agent Kock lsl
and how to attain it.
At last a me lical work that tells the causes,
describes the effects, points the remedy. This
is scionti'li aliy the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful medical book that has ap
peared for years; 93 paes every page bearing
a hilf-toof Illustration in tints. Some of tie
subjects treated are Nervous DebHity, Impo
tency. Sto illty, Davolopement, Varicocele,
The Olusb mi. Those lntendingMarriage.etc
Every man who would know thegrand troths,
the plain tacts, the old secrets, and the new
discoveries of medical scencs as applied to
married life, mho wjuld atone far past follies
and avoid fniar pitfalls, should write for this
wjnderf u little Jbook. It will be sent free.
undersea . Address the publishers. O
Hi M Brie Medical Co., Buffalo, N . Y
IT IS A CITY OF. AMBER
A BEAUTIFUL. BUT DESERTED
ACE IN NORTHERN INDIA.
The Wonderful Palace Gives Evidence ol
the Barbaric Splendor Knjoyed ' by a
Noble Race of Hindoo Kings Who Lived
long. Vong Ilefore Modern Times.
The renowned and now deserted city
of Amber, in northwestern India, flour
ished with its countless thousands of in
habitants and untold wealth and splen
dor in the time of the Ptolemys.
It is situated in a mountain nook,
about five miles from the present city of
Jeypoor, and is one of India's jeweled
possessions for antiquarians.
The great Amber palace is built of
solid red sandstone and variegated Jey
poor marble and inlaid wi'.h costly gems.
It has stood for centuries as it now
stands, upon an elevated mountain slope
overlooking a picturc.-.;;ite lake and sur
rounded by steep and rugged fortified
peaks, with the walled and long since
doomed and ruined city lielow.
The palace is a masterly structure of
flindoo architecture, solid and secure,
yet ornamental and beautiful. Entrance
is gained through a massive and strongly
fortified gate which leads into a spacious
central court richly adorned with rare
earrings, mighty trees and flowering
The grand diwan-i-iim or audience hall
is reached from the spacious court by a
massive flight of carved marblo steps.
This hall is noble example of Raj-ut-art,
with its double rows of shining mar
ble columns supporting a massive entab
lature, above which are latticed galleries
of marble worked in rare designs.
The ceiling is of sculptured freestone,
while the floor is made up of huge slabs
of polished marblo.
It was urion this floor that the ancient
kings and nobles of this once royal city
witnessed many gorgeous scenes of gayety
and cruelty. Here they applauded the
royal tilts and sports, and here they re
viewed the many fierce conflicts between
men and beasts and between royal Ben
gal tigers and noble fighting elephants
in the grand courtyard below.
It was also upon this spacious floor
that the kings and queens of this ancient
realm gathered together at sunrise every
morning for many centuries towitn ess the
sacrifice of a living human being on that
huge, black, blood besmeared stone altar 1
in the small royal temple just over there
to the right of this marble hall.
Here they would sit on their gold
woven rugs and hear the dying moans
and see and smell the smoke of these
sacrificed victims, in order to apjwase
(as they devoutly believed and believe to
this day) the divine Shiva's wrath.
It is here that one may see every morn
ing in the year an innocent goat burned
zhvo as a substitute for a human being
p.s uii offering to heaven to apjiease the
destroyer's anger. How very like our
early biblical history.
From this hall, echoing with memo
ries both gay and sad, we wander
through spacious halls and galleries,
elaborately carved apartments, up and
down long rows of splendid stairs,
through sculptured gateways covered
with mosaics and doors inlaid in ivory
and precious stones, until we reach tho
highest terrace in the palace.
This was exclusively devoted to the
rajah's personal apartments, contrary to
our modern rules of sanitary arrange
ments, for now we place our servants in
the airiest and best ventilated rooms and
remain ourselves in the lowest, dampest
and uuhcalthiest parts of our houses.
These kingly apartments are beauti
fully constructed with marble lattice
windows and pavilions, gilt and carved
ceilings and spacious arched porticoes.
On our left is the joy mandir, or hall
of victory, adorned by panels of alabas
ter inlaid with flowers in alto reliero
and ceiling glittering with mirrored and
spangled work, for which Amber was
long renowned, and for which Jeypoor.
its successor, is now justly celebrated.
Opposite this grand hall of victory ia
the sukh nawas, or hall of pleasure, with
its floors of sweet scented sandalwood in
laid with irory and its gorgeous paint
ings of pleasures on earth and in heaven.
Here are groves from which issue cool,
clear streams of pure mountain water,
which is perfumed and made to run in
carved channels the whole length of the
marble floor to cool the heated atmos
phere and the gay occupants of this hall.
Adjoining this beautiful hall are the
sumptuous bathing apartments and the
deep, cool pleasure caverns, surrounded
by ferns and rare flowers, where the
kings and queens of this ancient castle
bade defiance to old Sol's burning rays
during India's hottest days.
Here they whiled away their happy
days amid love and pleasure in an atmos
phere rendered sweet by the aroma of
costly incense, listening to the strains of
Indian music, gazing now and then up
on the beautiful girls as they performed
in scanty attire as they do to this day
the famous nautch dance of India.
Nest to these pleasure halls and groves
are the spacious apartments once occu
pied by the harem an indispensable ad
junct to all eastern palaces.
It was here that the mighty mahara
jah, Jey Singh, in the early part of the
eighteenth century ruled supreme in
this jeweled spot on earth among his
hundreds of carefully chosen wires like
King Darid of old.
from erery hall and terrace, from ev
ery arched pavilion and cavern latticed
window of this wonderful old palace, we
got glimpses of this picturesque spot, this
historic city, surrounded as it is by all
that nature and art can do to make it
Mirrored in that clear, blue lake be
low one sees the ancient gilded domes
and shrines of many costly temples.
There are the noble trees planted so
many centuries ago.
Yonder are the strong old city walls
with their frowning towers and ram
parts, their massive gates and splendid
fortifications built so long ago, and on
each side tower up the castled and f orti
fied crags so majestically, as if conscious
of their own strength and power. Saa
To Amend Section 21 Article 2,
Chapter 8 of the Ordinances of the
C'ty of Rock Island.
Be It ordained by the City Council of the City of
Kock Is and:
Section 1 That sect'on 21 srtirlc ,nti., Unt
theelty ordinances of the ri y f Kock Mand be
amended by striking out the words Third (3rd)
Biueuui-ii oy siriKing out ttic words " rhii
avenue" and in-ertinir in their place t .e
Fourth (-tthl avenue; also by striking
wordBTwentieih(aOih) street" and icsei
their nlsce the words '-Twenty-f ;iirt. (lih)
str. e " so thai saia section when so amended
shall read as follow:
A KTICLB it . riK LIKIT4.
Fire Limits Denned Section 81 All that
Dart of said cltv embraced wiih n the fol owinir
s -ec.fled hn.l.s shall h-reaf er ha known as the
fire limits of saidritv, viz: Beginning on the
south bank of the Mississippi river in the center
of thirteenth (1 th) street, ronn n' thnee
sou herly, in ihe center of said street, to the cen
ter or the alley next sooth of Fourtn (4 h) ae
nue, thence rater;y in the ce: ter of said alley to
the ce ter of Twenty-fourth (2lih) street, thence
rt.rth a'ot'g the center of said street to the bank
of the Mis.-i-slppi river, thence westerly, along
the south bank of said river, ta the place of be
ginning. Pa-sed August 7.h, ls!W. Approved:
AAtcS:-c ' MEDILL, Jr., Mayor.
A. D. lit EjISG, City Clerk.
Joslix, Ang. 30.--If you vote the
republican tic ket don't" complain of
hard times, for your vote helped put
the party in power that has caused
the hard times.
Can anyone tell me why the Amer
ican laborer should be compelled to
compete in the open market with
foreign labor just" as though there
was no "protective tariff?" Shouldn't
sass for the goose be sass for the gan
der? We notice in a republican paper
the comments upon tho-financial sit
uation, that t.ll the country needs is
"a little republican legislation upon
the money question." In view of the
fact that every law we hare upon the
statute books concerning the money
question was placed there by the re
publican party, therefore, will the
good Lord deliver us from any fur
ther republican legislation upon the
It is a little funnv just now to see
the change in the tone of the repub
lican press in the matter of "calami
ty howling." Last year the demo
crats were calamity howlers, and
howled themselves into office. The
republicans meanwhile insisted that
everything was lovely and that the
country was prosperous and happy.
Ia!ss than a year has elapsed and
there has been absolutely no change
in the political management of the
country. As 1 sec it, 'on account of
the opposition that the democrats
have met, they have not passed a
single law of any sort, nor have they
repealed a single law that the re
publicans enacted. And ret, how
changed the scene, how different the
tone. The republican press with
one accord has become the great
champion calamity howler oF the
People carelessly take up and re
peat the story that the apprehension
of reduction 'in the tariff is the cause
of the present financial trouble.
Hut the men who originated that
idea must be laughing in their
sleeves to think how they are gullin-r
the people. I should like anv intel"
ligent man to tell me why apprehen
sion of a change in the tariff should
cailso men to draw their money out
of a bank, and either hide it in a safe
deposit, hose or stocking? Appre
hension of change in tariff legisla
tion may cause manufacturers to re
duce the amount of their product,
but it could not possibly cause the
people to hide their money. The
people are hiding their mo'nev be
cause of the fear that the banks wHl
break; and the possibility of the
banks breaking is duo to a defective
financial system, and the defective
financial system is due to the repub
lican party'. What other party is re
ponsible for it?
Most old settlers of Kock Island
county will remember Teter White
side, who came to this country from
England in 3848. lie finally pur
chased land upon the bluffs in Zuma
township and settled there, making
it his home until 1S63. He then r
tnrned to England with his family
and worked his way up in the sale of
American machines and implements
until now he has become an extensive
manufacturer himself. .since then
he has crossed the Atlantic a number
of times, and is again in this country,
and he and his wife and his daughter
have been visiting in the south and
the World's fair for two months past,
arriving at Joslin station on Thurs
day evening last. He preached at
Zuina Methodist church on Sunday,
taking for his theme and showing the
importance of leading a good life.
He showed the necessity of professing
Christianity, but nevertheless our
lives should correspond with our pro
fession. He referred to the liquor
evil, shewing how fearfully it was
growing on both sides of the Atlan
tic, and showed that there was no
remedy but the church coming out as
a unit against it.
Mlltlm in Pakvo.
I have been a great sufferer from
dry catarrh for many years, and I
tried many remedies! but none did
me so much benefit as Ely's Cream
Halm. It completely cured me. M.
J. Lp.lly, 39 Woodward avenue, Bos
ton Highlands, Mass.
I think Ely's Cream Halm is the
best remedy for catarrh I ever saw.
I never took anything that reliered
me so quickly, and I hare not felt so
well in a long time. I used to be
troubled with serere headaches two
or three times a week J. A. Alcorn,
agent U. P. K. R, Co., Eaton, Colo.
The oldest, in tLe world la aa JEgian
piece of the year 700 B. C. It is not dated,
of course, the dating system being a modern
fcveauc -, dat! r ?ck ! : s thai SCO rstia.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its gnarantco is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting1 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. G. C. Osoood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I cm acquainted. I hope the day Is not
far 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 opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KtNCHKLOK,
Th Centaur Company, 77
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a full and complete line of Platform and
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complete line of Kpe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
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Everything in the line of spring vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.
Mason's Carriage Works,
East Fourth Street. - - DAVENPORT, IOWA.
I-ELY'S CREAM RALM-TIeamw-a the Naaall
I I'aMae", Allays l ain
ItnsMirpa, tvnioivs istio ami frmpll. and Cur
AW' into tit 2otriU.
UMraAtruri III UIH'C IUr V 11C1 J II lltat
x DroiSiHta or by iiuul
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vine Street ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Abchbr, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. 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 Um
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital ahd Dispeksaby,
Aixkn C. Smith, Pres.,
Murray Street, New York City.
Wapons, especially aaaptea to the
1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth at.
Telephone 1148. BockielacsU
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