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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY", AUGUST 20, 1895.
THE AHGUS. Publisbed PeUy 4 Weekly t 1634 Becond Avenue, Kork Island. HI. Entered at the pot oUcc a second c!as Eiaia-r. J. W. POTTEU Publisher. TJiR iti Daily. 10 Mt per week. Weekly, 13.W Pr anr.nro; In a-lvancc, ft. SO. AU cucinvjnlea'ions of a ctltical Of a-pimenta-tye character. K!it:cjI cr re'liou. must hare tea! MM aittched for publication. No auch article will be printed over flrtilloia sljEMures. Com rp-nleiice solicited from every towntbip Id Rock i-land county. Xliiav, Aim st 'Ji, 1895. Ciiolkka has broken out ia the governments of Voihjrica and Podo lia, in Russia, and single cases have appeared in Hungary. Mlle. Claikon', who a century and a half ajro as iu star tragedian ruled the Comedie Francaise for 20 years, is to have a statue at Conde, her birth place. Nki:!!AKA is not likely to need help from her bister states'this year. Her wheat crop is tstiniatcii at. m. lMiO.000 bushels and her corn crop at 18J,00'J,0')0. AMIIASSADOK liAYAKD is to I IP con gratulated Hjion receiving the high est literary honor (ireat Uritain ean bestow th invitation to deliver the annual address to the Edinburgh p'lilusophs. Assistant Attorney Gesf.ua i. JJiWLi.Lhas given his opinion that tie new law requiring the United Stiles flag to be placed on public buildings and school houses does not apply to so-called parochial schools or to Sunday schools under the charge of religious denomina tions whc.e religious instruction is imparled. Tiik total number of Indians, ac c irding to the estimate of the Indian bureau, is 248, MM, exclusive of those in Alaska. In before the an nexation of Texas and New Mexico, the Indian population was estimated at -100.00). In 155 tho number was II.V'i.'.OO. a similar estimate being made for 1S71. The decline in num. bers has been very rapid in tho last quarter of a century. Tho Chero kee and Chippewas "have increased their numbers, while the principal loss has btcn among tho Sioux ami other northwestern tribes. In 1 57 1 W7.47I were on the reservations, nnd at tho U'ginning of lJ.j this number had decreased to lo.'5.-117, or about a third of the total number. Less than 3'). 01)0 of these support themselves, the government issuing supplies to most of them. If the rale of decrease maintained for the past L'5 years be kept up, there will not lie a full blooded Indian in the country by the year 2,000. Jenatoi: Thomas II. Caiiteu, of Mmilaiia. chairman of the repiildiean national committct', and Col. William M. llahn, of Ohio, secretary of the same contmittec, were iu New York together the other day. Mr. Carter has been in Maine enjoying tho ozone at IJar Harbor. He just ran down to New York, so he says, to look after some private husiutsj. Mr. llahn innocently declares that he was there on matters not relating to pol itics. Neither gentleman is believed to bo entirely sincere in his state ment. It is thought that their meet ing was prc-arrantfed and relates to the gathering of the national com mittee to fix the time and place for the meeting of tho national conven tion next year. Mr. Carter and Mr. Hahn are both in favor of calling tho national committee together next month to decide this important mat ter. Brother Joe Mauley, however, thinks that the committee should wait until December, which is the .regular time for its meeting, to ar "range for the national conventh n. It is said that Mr. Mauley has been overruled and that the nation il com mittee will meet next mouth in New York. Mr. Carter would not allirm or deny this report. He is under stood to bo in favor of holding the convention at Pittsburg. He favors nn early convention, as early as May. m A movfme'T was benn by the Ai lauta Exposition management, a few lays nj;o, to bring all school children abitc the grade of grammar schools to the exposition, and it is believed that at b ast a quarter of a millii n will attend There are a half millii n toys and girls in the high school?. ' far ' BKEUMATI8H, Ii0&aLlA tx.i tiaularCcuplalnte, suiniitactnrci anaer ttit nrmirent GERMAN MECICAL UWS. scribed by tainent phrndiai DR. RICHTER'S , ii&initnnt PAII1 EXPELLER. rfrl imiiitne truli Trade Mark"Anehor." ' Manuf aTturerAimmerxienraanr.kirliMTof I y.Ad- Bichter Co 17Wrrta S.ttf I3U.I 29 HISKEST X 13 Braach Boaaea, Ova Glaarvorktw ale and 50c ior ;e b H'riv. Hoc'r tx. C. 8ii JeL Uai-,i hou i X rsiriniey. Uock Ii:aa. II seminaries and academies of the southern slates, and it is estimated that 50 per rent can he brought. Dr. Charles W. Dahney, Jr., chairman of the government boarfl, who spent many years of Lis life in educational work, holds that this is the greatest educational opportunity of the gen eration, aud the government exhibit alone, when properly studied, will be better than a school term. Prin cipals of academies, seminaries and colleges, complain that their schools will he demoralized by tne exposition this fall, and to meet the caso. an organized effort will be made to get all such institutions to give one week vacation, and bring their schools in a body to the exposition, so that afterward the pupils can go on with their work without interruption. A number of schools have already de cided, on their own accord, to do this. Jf it can be done upon a large scale, nuartcrs mav be secured at a very moderate cost. This will be done in case of the bs. by provid ing tents. For the girls, better ac commodations will be secured, either in boarding houses or in hotels specially constructed for the pur pose. Through the co-operation of the departments of publicity and promotion, public comfort and edu cation, the matter has been started. Wool and the Net Tariff. Clinton Age. When the subject of putting wool on me iree was unuer hhcumiuu in congress, every tlackniaster in the land, takiiiir their cue from the re- iMiliIii-an politicians, raised tbeir hands iii holv horror at the idea of such a thing being done, fhe vast wool business of the laud would be ruined and the Hock masters would go down to their graves clad only in the habiliments of poverty. Espe cially were the interested wool grow ers of the great west horrified at the thought of free wool. But here comes tidius from the great sheep growing state cf Montana proviog that before free wool was a year old that kind cf democratic legislation had not only not ruiued that state. hut that the wool business was on a better footing than under the opera tion of a high protective tariff. It seems that Crcat Tails is the principal market place for Montana wool. From that point conies the information that the sales for the season have closed with a total mar ket of o.'J'J 1.0'JO pounds, which would be swelled by eiips probably over looked to more than 6.00 01M pounds, an excess over last year of morn than 2.0j0.0C0 pounds". The figures make (Jreat Falls the largest initial wool market of the continent. Chicago, Boston and New York wool brokers were represented there by about twenty buyers. The highest price pa:d was to Col. J. H. Bice, of Groat Falls, for a clip of 25,000 potir.ils at 14 cents, ine cup was sold by sample and shipped from Fort Benton. In all, 474.000 pounds were marketed there in that manner. The lowest price paid was 1) cents, and the average is estimated at 11 cents, Scents better than last year's price. On the whole, the sheep men are in good shape, though a few have cause to regret having overloaded themselves iu the years of flush prices. Mark the words. Two (2) cents better than when McKinleyism was rampant! We suggest that those hands raised iu holy horror be dropped. Wool won't. The HUcovory saved His Life. i. Caillouctte, dru;":t. Iioavers ville. 111., aavs: "To Or. Kinir's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all tho phy sicians for miles about, but of no avail, and was given up and told 1 could not live. Having Dr. King's Xew Discovery in my store, I sent fur a bottle and beau its use, and from tho tirst dose beran to get bet ter, and after using three boUles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a free trial at Hartz & Ullcmeyer's drug store. CURE FOR llKADACriE. As a remedy for all forms of head acho Klectrie Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a perma nent cure, and the most dreaded ha bitual sick headaches yield to its in lluence. Ve urge all who aro af tlicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation Klectrie Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only 50 cents at Hartz & Uilemeyer's drug store. BCCKLEN'S A KMC A SALVE. The best calve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruDtions. and positively cures piles or no pay roqnirod. It Is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Trice 25 cents per box. For sale by Hartz & Lllemcjer. You ought to know that when suf fering from any kidney trouble tuat a safe, sureremedv is the Clinic Kid ney Cure, (iuaranteed or money re funded, .gold at M. F. Babnscifs drusr store. Wtaa at a a CTiiU, ahe cnnl lor tXtcria, trtac aha became Mtaa. she chuut to Caatawia, VWa aha Wad ChJVirec, aha gaivUiaaa CMoriS. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. : REDHOT HAYMAKING. One Auiatenr's Experience Wa Complete and Satisfactory In One Day. The hottest experience I ever met w-ith in the country was tho day I help ed to make hay. The farmer began to call us thorv.r after niidnipht. and after a long siej;i of intermittent yelliug he succeeded iu his design of getting as oat cf bed several hours before it was neces sary. It was then 3 a. m. About two hours later we had bad ocr breakfasts and were entering the hayfitd.1. When one frets into trouble, the cpen-1 is scenes ars always alluring. A gor geous satirise was in full swiu ;u the east. Tho dew lay on the frrass. and tho j air was cool and iuviporatinf? 1 could not bet ns re? with the poets that the scent of tho new mnwu hay was very inspiring. I felt like a colt and was keen to jump into lie srort. The first heat consisted in bunching the hay after the rake, which the farmer himself drove about the field with many load "frees" aud "haws," but few "wiioas." The old rascal took a fiend ish delight in crowding us. It began to look a little like work. When the hay was all bunched, the high ladder wagons were driven into the field. Being a novice. I was assii?ned the duty cf loading I stood upon the wagon and built the load as the hay was pitch ed to me theoretically, but on nie actr.nl- ly. The first dose knocked all the poetry out of me. Tho blazing sou had sneked up all the dcwdroiw and was now high iu the tl rt f,a Uia Chl'lC I t u-o(Min! ntiI t lin li.nr rrnilrlil vas uooll 20 timoH all at nco. 1 thonKht 1 Kit l.eeiim linr.ified. I Killik to mv neck m the hay aud roxstod in a con ccntr.itcd oven of absorbed solar heat. Nut a breezo stirred. No friendly cloud hovered ncrj: to screen tho orb of fire. I vaiuly tried to fancy I was iu the Arctic ocean and tho v.anou was a floating ice- benr. The old Ditchers, inured to the thn lyd "vtv (nin hi.m fmm the frying pan into the fire aud I was there barbecued for half au hour iu the hot beds cf the mow. Out v.e shot aain into tho broilin.tr All A , l., l.lo imvc r,f tlnw ,i.,.,.i Tf..-L. i;ti i, ,.,-i, ca iricorfnri nt.T -.,i ur r,.r,.,or i.rrsnn-niiT .,.. i, ,i.,.i,o nn.h-mm.u nn.l nr. telf Cliaron'-i last passenger. But, thank heaven, tho farmer was t,..i.o ..,i ,n., ii. ,T,i,.t. cd his trip across the skies and disap peared beneath tho mountain. The nest day my placo ou tho wagon was occu pied by some other fool. Philadelphia Pross. The Bank of Scotland. Tho Dank of Scotland, now 200 vears old, naturally sought to euconrj;;o Scot- tish industries, and this is shown ia the manufacture cf its paper for nctes. The first large notes wero undo in 1 f!)(, 20 shilling notei, as they were termed, lie-J in only issued ou April 7, 1704. In 1729 tho bank's paper was manufac tured at GilTordhall. near Haddington. Attendants had to bo present iu the bank's interest, and their account was paid by the bank. One item was "ale aud bread furnished to tho workmen. 10s.." and another for "drink money to servants, 4 17s. fid." Tho items aro sugRCstivc, although it is possiblo they 1 only represented drink niouey m name. Iu 1735 the bank got its 20 shilling banknotes mado at Colliugtoun All hi (Coliutoa mill), ana tliero is a:i "ac compt for drink money" in connection with it. A barber camo twice from Edinburgh to shave the officials and re ccived 3s. for his professional atttnd- anee. Urccu tea must liavo cost at this time 24s. per pound, for in the bill a quarter pound sells for Cs. At this Colmtou null the bank appears to liavo kept all tho employees in food during the time tho pap r was being nifinufac- tnrcd. A man was engaged 1 2 days at the paper mill iu dressing meat, and bo cut up in that time 200 pounds of it. Meat and mntton cost only J..'d. per pouud in those good old days. A hen is charged at 8d, a duck at Sid., one "sol- lun goose," Is. Hd. ; a dozen e.gs, 3d. ; six chickens, only Is. 4d. , ana a wild fcwl, 1 Od. ; cheese cost 4d. per pound aud bacon 8ii per pouud. In 170!) tho bank's note paper was .made at Red- haugh Milu (Itedhallmill). Chambers' Journal. l'ortcr or l'orterage. An oScer Ixing moved from one sta- tiou to another scut in a bill, iu which was au item for "porter. " The item, after having exercised tho intellects and received the indorsements of five succes sive officials at tho war office, was dis allowed on tho ground that "porter' could only be allowert if takeu under medical advice. Tho officer respectfully informed his superiors that the "porter" charged for was not drink, tut the iu - dividual who had carried his baggage. The reply was that this should have been entered as "porterage," whereupon the officer ventured to luuuire whether if he took a cab this should be put duw n as "cabbage- "Truth. The ueat of our iiothe. How hot our clothes aro has just been determined by a Dr. vca Eebber. a German meteirologi.st. When the out- side temperature is 50 degrees F , the temperature oa the coat is 1. 2 degrees, that between tho ccat aud the waistcoat 73 6 degrees, between waistcoat and hilt "o.O decrees, between shirt acd undershirt 77 4 degrees and between the woolen Tindershirt and the skia 90 degrees Exchange. Edison says there is practically no limit to the speed that can be attained on a railroad, tie laws me gitrait speed wiil como when electricity is ob tained direct from coal. "The pleasant est way to take cod liver oil." fiays nn old gonnand, "is to fatten pigeons with it aud then cat the pigeons. ' A DREAM. Ch. tt was bnt a dream I had While tne jiiasirian r-layed And b-re the iky aa-l n re the i:lad OM ocvaa kisttod the el ado. And here the lacshingipplc ran. And here tae rosea crew That threw a kiss to eTcry maa That voyaged with the crew. Oct silken saiU in laxy folds Drooped in the bnathless breeze. As o'er a Col 1 of mariiUds Our eve swam o'er the seas. While here the rtidit a lisped and purled Around the l. Jan J s rim. And up frczn out tho undervrolil We saw tue luuraiua swim. Anil it was dawn and middle day And midnight for the moon On silver rounds across tha bay Had climbed til''1 kies of June. And here the tlo-vuis, glorious king of day mld o'er the realm. With stars of ir-.dmght glitterins .About bis cuadnt. Tho seagull reeled on languid wing In circles round tho mast: Ve heard the s.ns the sirens sins As we went sailine past. And up and down the golden sands A thousand fairy thrones Flung at us from their flashing hands The echoes of their songs. James Whitcomb Hilcy. PRINTING BY TELEGRAPH, An Electrical Typewriter That Transmits Printed Characters. The printing telegraph, though a de vice of comparatively recent develop- t .llas. subject of ceaseless investigation, aim practical workers m electricity nave aireerea tneir wiioio ai- petition iu some instances luumuaur UlltAIUU 111 Uif.alTS HUU IUW VT-aa0 v t.w .a I'wiu kJiu.ti .w, electrical tyixwritcr, ly meaasof wlncU luu U",JX iu the of the tianswittiiiK operator m pago form, aud a duplicate of the same print ed at all the receiving stations ou the line, whether it bo a. Ions or hort cir cuit. A sinsl.3 transmission prints it simultaneously iu pago xorm reany iv 'no compositor s caso m all tne news- Dapcr offices of many cities. It is s:;m t dnTcr materially from all other ktiouii lucant; of t'jleiir.iuhy iu one essential particular. Iu it the impulses move the iustruweuts, whereas m other systems the instrumc :;ts movo the im- pulse that iu to say, the transmitter of tllC U10SS.UI0 IS Cau.-eJ to Hill by U i?Cp3- rate wowcr. No combiuatiou of clee- trical impulso or currents is employed. An even sucttsi'U cf dirts or impulses. which operate tho polarizer! rehiyamir.- at tho receivu-g status, places the revolving type wheel iu the requiren position, vvheu the local mechanism causes the letter to be printed. The apparent impossibility of trans- niittuig priuted characters 500 or i.uuu miles over a t- inp;!e wireat onco presents itself to tho mind, and it is overcome iu this Fystcm, it is assorted, iu a very simple way. Each letter of tho alphabet is renre.-caied by a certain number or. impni.xs, which rewdvo the type wheel to tho required positio.i, wheu tho let ters are struck by tho hx-al mallet. Fourteen impulses represent tho on- tiro alphabet, making a complete rcvola tiou of the type wheel, which may lie tuiusd 200 revolutions per minute, thus fsecurin very rapid printing. Its udvau tago also is that cf absolute secrecy us a nieuii3 of communication. Tho advuu tago of tho printing telegraph for tho transmission of news to the newspaper offices is umiucstiouabiy a subject com mauding attention on tho part of pro- gressive proprietors. Paper and Press. Tco Much Machinery, "Do you know the curse of modern journalism?" ukcd au old journalist tho other day. "It's tho tviicwHter. It destroys ong' iuality. It jiives to everything that is written a mechanical touch. There's no siyra or iirm muauij uuuui, au uiuis composed en a typewriter. Von will find that tho newspaper writers in all tho hrrger offices use type writers. Tho use of them has extended in many other directions. Mgr. Satolli has one. But wherever you liud a man writing on one and composing as be writes vou will liud that his work is cramped, niwhanioal, unimaginative, without the slightest touch of fancy or vitality. Go into tho offices of tho big dailies and yon will find tho youug men who make the papers seated at a typewriter. criudiug out columns of colorless, un readable stu'.T for the paper. Yon can't turn cut thought bv ui-whiuery, aud the young men who write their matter for the rress oa typewriters never rise above the level of medi'icrity. Go into the composing rooms of the big dailies, too, and you will find the priuters setting type by machinery. Jo style about that. It's straight, etiff, formal, unattractive, without any individuality. It takes the human touch to give the proper life aud color to anything. There's too much machinery." Atlanta Constitution. I Ceodea. 1 Did yon ever see a gcode, tho ugly, Icroaniy, yellow, rouuded rock, which. upon bciug broken oinn, presents a lier- Ifect wilderness tf diamondlikocrystuls? They are oddities of the oddest kind. I and are not too plentiful anvwhere. The n ord "geode" means "carthform" and I w applied to all hollow stones which 8r0 filled with crystallized matter. I Whr n broken open, some are fouud to be I full of pur looking, clear water. Oth ers appear to be full of yellow or brown paint, while a third chiss arc filled with what aptiears to be a very fair quality I of tar. No odds what the filling of the (cavity may be composed of, the sides are ! alwavs studded with crystals. Should the li'Iing ue yem.w the crjrrals are likely to Iks cf the same color, but by far the greater portiYn cf them are as clear as ice or diamonds. St. Louis Republic. The Xew York tiwn of Bolivar has Itrefts lighted free of expense by a com pany which furnishes the illuminant as a payment t-Jt the piivilege of doing business in the corporation. A lie is of .en tM without saying a i word, by patting the ruten apples in the j bottom oT the basket. Barn's Horn. ' Acute Dyspepsia. SYMPATHETIC HEART DISEASE OFTEN ATTENDS IT. fhe SI (Ml era Treatmeait Conilata la Ke- morlBC Uae Came. From the y.VpuMimn, Cedar SapMi, Iowa.) Mrs. V. Ccrley who has resided in Ciar- enc?, Iowa, for tne past iweniy-iwo years, t.-lU an iati-rosiinir Eturv of what he consid ers reaeae from premature death. Her oar- relive u as i allows : " For tea vears urior to ISM. I was a con stant su2',T?r frui nrute stomach trouble. I UaJ all tiie nicni'.Vild Tiiiitom of aeutc dvswnsia. and at times other tmuldes were i,re.iit iu nunnlication 1 did uot know atiiat it wa t enjoy a meal. No matter li.o carei'ul I miirlit be as Xn the qualitv. quaatity an 4 preparation of my food, tiia trc alifAvs followed eating. 1 was despoil Jt'ut uid 1I le. Almost 1 the poiut of in- imtT at tnus. sua would liave been ciaJ to die. Oi'ieu and often 1 could not sleep. Sympathetic heart trouble set in and time a il aaia I ti obliged to rail a doctor iu Uie r.ight to relieve sudden attacks of ecflo ra:ia whieii would come ou without a mo- ai.-nt's warnins. My tr.ail'--s Increased as time wore on and I spent lare sums in doctor bill, boms com p.'llei to have medical attendants almost constantly. Duriag 18!)2 and lSt'o, it was iiii:!3ib!e for tie to retain food, ami water bi-a'.i3 nlanel me. I was reduced to a skcle:on. cuiisuitation of physicians was unlill to aoisrcuns jubi wnai uiu uu nie. Tae d'K-tirs us as their opinion test t!u prnlKibla trouble was ulceration of the o.ii j of tlie stimih and livid out no hope ofreeivorv. One doctor raid, "All 1 can do to relieve your sulieiiuj u by the use of allium. ' About this time a friend of mine, Sirs. S7mmtin S.nilli. of Glidden. Iowa, told ri: ab it tie; c.v of Mrs. Thnrstuu, f t- c.r.l .) j.l,".l"li. hwi. 'llus laiiV siud she tiJ b.-en a .iliete I mileli the siine ns I had. 'oe ii I eo:isuUeJ loeal I'livs'.cutis w.taout lii-f. an I had cmc to DaveiiiMUt fr treat- m-at. "Kiviiii up all hope of recovery, rhe wis persuaded by a friend tt ta!e Dr. Wil liam:' Piuk i'ilU. Tiie result was alnjst itriaal. I vxi led to trv them from wt oip?r;enee, and l.ef.trc imiif armtiis 1 left better :i:ati ha 1 for a doj-n vrars. I am now almost frc from trouble, and if through rome error of diet I f-el badly, this splendid remedy sets in riK'it r.:ain. 1 have rfjaiuc.l my stren-'lh ond a:n ones more iu mv ::ial flfih. I kl?.-r well a-id can tr2s3. I have no d.inht that I owe my re cover to llr. Viilejius' I'ink I'ilis. I only wish that 1 lud heard ol tlirni years z ll::Te!)V ntviii invwlf tcu years -of sutler; a:el iicieh n' niey." Dr. ili.amv Viva Pills cr.nthin alt 1.-.n.!its nwsisrv to cive new life rlc-hncss ! the bbxvd and rertoro dhattoroi! nervei. Th nm for sale by all drntrjrts. or mav be hud t' nmii Iroiu Dr. t illiainb MeJieine Coninanv, tflienwfade, A. i.. lor i'Uc. per box, or six boxes lor f-.oU. LATEST NOVELTIES IN OAK B 8KCW AT 32. P. DORtf, Tha New Merchant Tailoi 1822 EKCOND AVS Harp8Tnonic Block Eheumatism. Gc-. nti?zn!tMi,m-jorof th2d Il'lni's Infantry, "I wa m.t f'nr time during tbe w,r. and Lave iuflVrd 3 yeaa I fruin WoiiJiB khhti Tnr-e o tnea 01 "iirhriiOT'a Rl.nnfl.000 T?hn- matic Cn-e'" iicily cured me. and 1 cheTfiillv and licirf ily end' r ell as Ix-ii g all it i-cixined. and tuli.e the ltext thine I know .f for the Bv l Bios who have rleumMwai. 77 Kirtb avenue, ucicaao. Muji.r lii'irzm.m has a challcnsre sold mrdkl for consp.cuous gallantry oa tbc bat- tiefidd. Guaranteed tl.e brpt remedy r.n earth tar I Fhe nntiom ao 1 aeuralaia. write toaay. Never fails. SWASSOX KHF.UMATIC CURE COMPANY, Owners. 1C7 I eirbirn S'rctt. - - f bicaoo fold by T. II. Ihomna and Xaranall & Fiber, l.cua fjr Uock U'aud. 30,000 Persons Cured. A WOMAN Who docs not want her wahino; done in the shortest time and neat est way is hard to find. Those who nse Aim-WASEBOA ;S SOAP Oct the best results, be cause it is made from such materials that it csnnol injure the most delicate fabric and will save time and labor. SZAJ) SXSZCTXQSS, Follow them and 30U will rind that you have struck a good thinr. aBSAT SCCS XSXJLXS TAB SOAP Softens the skin, heals chapped hands and re moves grease, paint, etc. Warnock & Ralcton Soap Makers. Bock Island. 3:: " and e!!rl W&tmm v- . " " . I "ll01r. .r'lIfV. - Tt Si.:,u'jr 'Sri.! FOR GENERAL BLACKING AFPUED AUD POLISHED WITH A BRUSH Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers Hock Island 1 MEN AMD WOMEN OF Stjlisli oad 'i " I Catalnnie free. Gc.tMuLt-r d itrFFtur Mfg. Co. noston. Clii.-.-w.-. t-' u Yerfc. '.re.klm. i( I'lUiit. VaUIl;-ton. McCABE BROS., Sole AScnts. CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Drs.Walsii & Walsli, Specialists Permanently located DR. T. M. WALSH, Formerly U nicul froicaeor In twoof Cblcago'a I liadtog mnlicil co".!i.ge?. Ackacwlcdp-d liy fhe K (ileal Profcraioa, AcVnnwlcdced hf the Prea, Acknowledged by all aa tte WorM'e Greatest and Only Samssfal SiK-cla:its In Chrobic. Ncrroaf. Prlvaia sad Snrical Discaaca of both aexca. COXStLTATION FREE! PfSOMrT AXD rERUAKCXT CLUES! ELECTRICITT scicntiDcally an- I riled, nervrni debility, lo manhoml. exhaative I drain, night lowec. effective memorr.lltreftt ned I insanity. kw ot win jower, menial ot;iaiona, sleeplessness, etc. WOMEN snlTerins from diseases of tho womb, ovariep. tifatMcr. kidnetr. nervYiuv It-xhanstiou. fialpitstlin of tte heart, dpcftptn. or anv dipeaeea pern liar to ihe eex. tohouid call onthecn-at et'ecialiktaad get an opinion on ber 1 case tree 01 ennrge. Only Curable Cases Taken. Best of references and credential. If you can tot call, write. Uandredr cured by mail. Tiie taie we have received for onr remarkable haa compelled ua to n -his n eans tn n-dex to give the people a well aa the melical profe-m the bent At of otir knowkdife ot medicine and onr Inimitable aklll In tbe art of farsery. Kt memlx-r your family phsician ia alwaya welcome to vce na oiierate. We arc wlllinir tosrad our knowledge and abow onr sHll. and e feet jnstly t roud of the daily ronirratiilaiious we receive from llie medi cal profession for the advanced medical and surgical literature we fcave written. OFFICE I 124 TOST THIRD STREET.! Sen"'' Fills. iVimt Kea.aU la 4 weeks. tfrjutl result fjttstlr. r no or - eiv 1-LAI. MbUlllM: CU For sale at Harper IIouEe Pharmacy, Rock Island. Any Duck Suit in our tt ire 1 14 West Second street BEE O HIVE -- - - SUN PASTE FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOfrf? Mors Bros. Props.Canton.NassUSA. GOOO TASTE tizsy Rtianing" fovtrntly, M1R." 1720, 1722. 1721 12C and 1728 Second Av. in Davenport, Iowa. Laic ot lilmtrn, formerly Surgcou-ln-Cut. t of St. AtiUiotii' Ifoplial. CATARRH, Dronchitis, Asthma, early ronrumptlon, Ifhenmatitm, NenralKla, Iytrpia. cwfula, Sypbllis aud all blood, liver and kidney disease. RUPTURE, Tiles, Fistula, Hydro. celc and Varicocele cured byathe latest and rami tocccsnfiil method. DOXT submit to a surgical opera tion without consulting ue. Remember our I nff hospital exper etice vuubk1 u to aave a life win le others fail. SURGICAL operations performed t yonr home when desired. Abdominal and ucrn-n anrgery a specialty. aklll In enrinz case civrn nn aa horielrt by all XcCollongh Dulldicf, Hours to 12, t to h. and 7 to n DAVENPOUT low, uESTORE LOST VIGOR DIL J. K. WALSH, tcmi. linlxiten'V. Aucmv. Vn rl- nrt MBit "'aw-1. ' itelM siid full Ht'ir .lusHy rrvt.ji Mil-l nvtf. flr.i. n si.- t.,Wt. , t-in- With a l-eiil ii.ir1-c t lrc r.J ClmtiBil. Jhiu. 111. Ready for Fall and Winter With a complete line of Jackets and Fur Capes. Von are cordially Invited to inspect our stock. Its rartty will surprise and plcaMi you. liny a Cloak now for the following rea sons: FIRST You get a better made tin carmen t. SECOND You jjet a larger as sortment. THIRD You save at least 25 jicr cent, for when the sea son begins factories have t pay more for makine garments and materials are higher. LADIES desiring to make spe cial selections row can se cure a garment by making a deposit on it. Trimmed Hats . At Halt Price. Latest nor cities in Fall Stilori. for 11.98, worth $ and C. DAVENPORT.