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THE AKGTJS. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1L 1900.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLANTJ
Pacific Rs'Jway Ticket
can be purchased or baggage
checked atK.L& P.TwenUeib
street depot, or C, R. L P
depot, corner FWUi avenue and
Tblrty-flrst street. Frank H PHusmer, Agent
Denver Limited 4 Omaha... t 8:10 am 3 00 am
Ft. Worth. Denver AK.C.. t 66 amtl0:35 pre
Omaha and Des Molnea
Omaha A Lincoln El . . .
t :W am; 90 pm
t am'll:lo pm
12 OS am 10 am
7A5 am'tllilo pm
Denver. Lincoln A Omaha. 1 1:& pm;t 6:Vi am
Beaver. Lincoln A Omaha.- 3:05 am 3:05 am
Dea Moines Express
Rook Island & Bureau Ac.
Bv Paul & Minneapolis...
Denver. Ft. Worth A K C
-12:10 mlt 6:52 am
.' 4:30 pm 6:30 pm
. 8:05 amlt :06 pm
6:00 am 1U 4(J pm
Kansas City .St Joe &Dnvr 1 ! :10 pm t 6:30 am
IRocn Island Washington Ml) pm! S:o0 pm
Chicago A Des Moines... 3:15 pre): 3:45 pm
Rock Island Brooklyn Ac S:35 pmit 7:40 an)
tOmanaft Rock Inland 8:35 pm
(Cnieacro. A Davenport I It 70 Pm
Arrival. tDeparture. tDaUy. except Sun
IDaily except Saturday. Ail others daily. Tel
TJTJRLINGTON ROUTE C.
-'B. A Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
ftf. J. YOUNQ.
I LUTl ARHIVB
bl L. Springfield. Peoria. ,
Bur. Quln. via Monmouth 6:65 am 7:15 pm
Chicago, S terllng, Clin ton & I
Dubuque t 7:4 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria, Beardstown. Bur i I
Ungton. Denver and west 240 pmlttlrM am
Bt. Paul A Minneapolis 7:S0 pmj 8:15 am
Sterling. Clinton Altubuque. 7:50 pm t 8:10 am
Bt. L., Kans C. Denver A I
Pao. coast via Qale&burg. 7:15 pm 8:56 am
Daily. tDaliy except Sunday.
TtAVENPOKT. ROCK I3L
"and & Northwestern ratl
way ("The Trt-City KMjte.")
Passenger station at Kock
Island A leoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. F. Ber
ry, O. P. A., Davenport.
Iowa. City ticket office, l-4
Second Avenue. Cieo. W.
I LBAVB I ARBITB
Clinton. Sterling. L'h'caro.t 7:I5 am
Clinton. Chicago. Omaba,
Denver. Kockford. Janes-
vtlle. Madison (leave Dav
enport 12:06 pm
union, i.cicifo, uiion.
Sterling (ar. Davenport.
Clinton. Oicaha. Sioux Cltv.
Utah and Pacific Coast.. 50 pm
uchid. sterling, Liiica
Anamosa MkI5 pm
timiun imctfcKO. janes
vU!e. Madison. Hoc w ford.
Clinton. Denver, Omaha,
Trains marked dally. All others dally ex
TJOCK ISLAND A PEORIA
'Kail way Depot First ave
nue -nd Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, (General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C , R. I. A. P. (Mo
llne avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. K. L. Goff. Agent.
THAINS. IBAVB AHHIVB
Spr'ge'eid. Cincinnati, Peo
Peoria. Springfield, St. L.
Peor. t Kxpress
Peoria. Sprlc(ji!eld. Cincin
nati Cable Acoommodatlcn
Oalle A Sntr.-ard Accom..
Cable Sbcrraru Accom.. 8-40 am
tit-H! A Sfcerrard Accom.
3:30 pm! 7SS am
Tr;r.s marked dally; all otter trains dally
hT. l'ACL railway Ra
cine A South western 1H. vision
Depot Twtntierh street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
T H A I S S. I.KAVB. I AKHI V.
Mall and Kiprss 7 :ai am' ll.llo am
Pt. Paul Express I 4:00 pm i.M pm
Frlcrit and accom ' pm' 10:30 am
AU trains dully except Sunday.
Vs. ii il' .
FILL YOUR HOME UP
With warmth lx-fore Jack Frost
enters. We'll hustle a ton or
twn of the best coal, or a cord of
choice wood to your coal Lin right
away if you say so, s&y it.
E. D. McKOWN.
I'hone 1198. Fifteenth street and
WE CURE WHEN
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Our natrlo Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
NKKVOUS DEBILITY. Exhaustive drains. Sleep.essness. Threatened Insan.
ity. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion
CATAKKH. Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheamatism, Scrofula, Blocd, Kidney, Llvei
and Skin Dlseaaes oaa be quickly and permaaently cured by oar advanced srstsm of madl
VA1UCOCELE is the most tvctiT cause of Nerroui Debility. Why tret
moctca with otters when we ruaractee you a penaanent sure la seven dayity our palzUea
icetods. Hydrocele cured In three days no pain.
WOMFJs eufferinp from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult n. We
have cured rncv cases riven upas hopeless, and we may be arte to cure you. Sarftieal
pcrat:o& perfors.ed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain suntery a specialty.
THE yL'ESTIUN OF YOUR HEALTH is rital one therefore you cannot
a7ord to place your case In the hands of thoee who have bad little or bo practical exper
icnoe in the treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WAI-SH'S larre private practice and extensive experience as surg-eon-ln-chief
of Sv Anthonys Hospital together with the fact that be has cured hundreds vie
were pronounonl incurable by others durics; tne five years he has been liHsatcd la Daves
port, proves ooociaaiveiy that be la tbe payalcian you ahouid consult If yoa wast to get
Only Curable Cases Taken,
Hun, t to IB a. ca Itol aed T to
Office 121 West Third Street
palor, fainting, smothering or
sinking spells all point in the
same direction an impaired
heart action. A heart that is
weak or diseased cannot do full
duty and the circulation of the
blood is interfered with. There
is a medicine that gives new
strength to the heart, new
power to the pulse and puts
new color into cheek and lip.
" I was short of breath, dizzy,
had smothering sensations, in
tense pain in heart, was feeble
and pule so weak that I could
not raise myself in bed. I found
a perfect cure in Dr. Miles
Heart Cure." A. T. Jacksov,
regulates the heart's action,
while it stimulates the digestive
organs to make new, rich, red
blood which gives strength to
the whole body. Sold by drug
gists on a guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart. Ind.
' Direction of Charles iileuer,
ONE SOLID WEEK
Sunday, Nov. 11.
Kiifoil Stock Company in repertoire.
Phenomena! child baritone ;md other
blir features tix sreat specialties. M
people. Popular unces. I'c. S0i and
30c. Reserve your seats at Bluers
jewelry store, fcntire change of bill
UhpcbTme DmecTio Or GiaMsuujm Jnitt JtCa,
Thursday. Nov. 15.
The f dshionahle draru-tie event. The
tl-'.un .u'stiJ romantu; actor. AN
DKKW i: MtSON, in narlts CoKfclan s
"The Royal Box.
I'nder the icrr-onaldirectionof Edward
L. Bloom r,resfn.ed with elaborate
care. A perfect cast, lirllliant cos
itimlcand matrnitlcc!:t srcu'.c Investi
ture No al v an-'c lu ict'jliir prices.
Carriages may be ordered for 1M0.
Prices II. ':, Oc and -Jjo. Seats on
sale at Kluhe's.
Ait '.V CrC&I
Is over and Frazer can now sup
ply you with all kinds of Lehigh
Valley coal at a reasonable price.
An abundant supply of Pocahon
tas, Smokeless Coal, Can n el Coal
for grates and Soft Coal always
E. G. FRAZER.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
Burfeon-ln -Chief of 8k
Best oi rererence :
Hundreds cured bv
Best of reference and credentlali
at. am. Bonday 1 1:19 to l:SO . ae.
M'Cullou-h Building, Davenport, Lv
Taggart Proposed for Head of the
TENNESSEE "BOB" TAYLOB'S VIEWS
Hanna to Take a Rest Bryan Decliiies
a. $10,000 Position Back
Indianapolis, Nov. 12. Trading
Democrats of this city arv quietly dis
cussing a st-i that it is believtd would
make way for the union of all the
Democratic forr-es in the next state
campaien, and thus cemt-tit the diffor--nt
I'leinems for the national struggle
of 11MJ4. The plan is to bring about the
resignation of Senator Jones, national
chairman of the party, ami select Na
tional Committeeman Tajrgart. of this
-ity, for the place. Taggart was a
gold Democrat prior to the Chicago
convention, but. it Is said, supjwrted
Dryan hotli iu lSiW and in 1!XJ, though
he never c-hangod his views on the
money iut'.stion. In his race for mayor
in 1S0T he was indorsed by the gold
Demrtcratte organization of tliis city
and all its mewlHTs supportd liim. It
Is urged l.y. his friends that with him
as national -liairman he could put
fon-es to work that would bring about
a union of ail elements.
"Bob" Taylor's View ol the Matter.
Nashville. Teiin., Nov. 12. Former
Governor Hob Taylor, of Tennessee,
sanl Saturday: "I came all the way
from the wot to cast my vote for the
fearless leader, ltryau. As a Democrat
I did my part for the Democratic
ticket. The American people have
spoken, .ind say that the present ad
ministration shall continue, and I will
stand by it with the loyalty of any
Democrat and citizen who stands by
the government, whether or not his
party is In iKwer. I.ut. speaking of
reorganization, none is needed. The
Democratic party is today the party of
the people: the party founded by Jef
ferson and other Democrats whose
names are inierishable.
-All IhInK Come to Thus Who Walt."
"What the Democrats of the country
should lo is to wait: wait until elec
tion talk has partially liel out. then
the men who should talk of reorganiza
tion, if such should then 1- found
necessary, are the men who have stood
by the party in the hour of peril and
have fought its battles where the tight
was the thickest. 1 se tnen who ieft
the party four years ago are talking
about reorganization. Over T. .' n n
people have said that the Democratic
party pleases them. Yon can put uiedown
fur good, ohl-fashioni-d DemiM-raey.
ns haiKicil lown to us. and as beinc in
line with what the party wants." Tay
lor bcliev.-s D.nvi.l II. Hill, of New
York, is the comintr leader.
RKTl'RNS THAT H A K HEKN TARDY
Coming in and t'lenrinir I p the Doubtful
bit nation Soiuewliat.
Chicago. Nov. 12. The back 'onn
tics are getting to the front with their
election returns ami the situation in
the doubtful states is cleaiing. For
instance there is Nebraska; with
but two counties to hear from, the un
official returns give Dietrh-h, IJep., -for
governor a plurality of ;7.j, with the
chances in favor of the balance of the
ticket. Dut it will require the official
returns to decide the matter. The leg
islative situation depends on Douslass
If you have neuralgia, Scott's
emulsion of cod-liver oil will
feed the nerve that is crying
for food it is hungry and
set your whole body going
again, in a way to satisfy nerve
and brain with your usual food.
That is cure.
If you arc nervous and irri
table, you may only need more
fat to cushion your nerves
you are probably thin and
Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil will give you the fat, to
Cure, so far as it goes. Full
cure is getting the fat you
need from usual food, and
Scott's emulsion will help you
Wr"Il send you a little to try. If yoo like.
SCOTT & BOWS E, 409 Pearl street. New York
Best Dining Car Service.
county (Omaha) where the official
count is under way. The I'usioaists
have elected four representatives, the
Populists two, the Democrats two and
the Kepublieans two. McKiuley's ma
jority is ",50o, unofficial.
In Idaho on president the vot has
been pretty well reported and shows
Bryan's plurality to be something more
than 1,2in). The Democratic state ticket
is also elected.
In Kansas the official returns ou the
legislature give the Republicans ll4
mem'bers, fusionists, tie one. One
fusiouist is elected to eonnress Jack
son in the Third, but the Republicans
expect to contest the election when the
soldier vote arrives from the Philip
pines. In Kentucky official returns from all
save about a dozen counties in the
state received by The Courier Journal
do not materially alter that paper's
unofficial rejwrt of the election. Bry
an's majority will be in the neighbor
hood of S.OiH). while the plurality of
Beckham (Deni.) for governor, will be
All the counties la Washington give
Frink (Rep.t for governor a total ma
jority of 4, SOT and Rogers. C.51. Rog
ers' majority in the state is l,."m.
WHAT THK I.KIDERS ARK DOING.
Bryan Declines at $10,000 Job Banna
Takes a Kest t'roker's Plans.
Denver, Nov. 12. Colonel William
J. Bryan has declined an offer of an
editorial position ou a Denver after
noon paper at a salary of $10,000 a
year. In his reply, which was tele
graphed from Lincoln, Neb., Saturday,
he says: "I shall remain here, and in
the future, as in the past, defend with
tongue and pen the principles which I
believe to be right, and the policies I
believe to be wise."
Jacksonville. Fla.. Nov. 12. Demo
cratic iovernor-erect William S. Jen
nings has been informed that his
cousin. W. J. Bryian. will visit him at
his home in Hrooksville, Fla., aud be
present at the inauguration at Talla
hasse on the first Tuesday in January.
New York, Nov. 12. Richard
Croker said Saturday night that he
would sail for England next Saturday.
He will make a statement before he
leaves, but he is not yet ready to dis
cuss the election, the mayoralty cam
paign, or the projected revolt against
him. Croker expects to return next
spring in time for the city campaign.
New York. Nov. 12. Senator Han
na left for Cleveland Saturday, even
ing. Hanna said he was going to take
a long rest.
Saint Imcie. Fla., Nov. 12. Ex-Senator
Quay, of Pennsylvania. and a par
ty of friends arrived at his winter
hon.e Saturday. The senator stated
that, he was absolutely certain of over
l.M) votes on joint ballot in the Penn
sylvania legislature for the United
States senate and he expected to be
Whooped It I in Unite.
P.utte, Mont.. Nov. 12. Twenty-five
thousand peoile crowded the streets
of the city Saturday niirht to par
ticipate in tin general ratification in
ho:nr of the political victory of W. A.
Clark. Senator Clark made two ad
dresses, declaring positively that the
eight-hour law would bo pas'd if it
were in his power to effect it. and that
laws favorable In workinginen's rights
would also be brought before the state
TALK BY SIXT0 LOPEZ.
Filipino Agent Sort of Lays Down Terms
,' to I'ncle Sam.
New Y'ork, Nov. 12. In the course
of a long dispatch from Boston, ap-jH-aring
in The Herald, Senor Sixto
I.rf)pez, the former member of the Fili
pino commission to the United States
and close friend of Aguinaldo, is
quotel as replying as follows, when
asked what the future course of his
people would Ih: "Under any condi
tions involving a withholding of inde
jiendonce the Filipinos will continue to
tight in defense."
"What will indue the Filipinos to
stop fighting?" he was asked. "Firt.
the granting of indeTM-ndere-e," he re
plied. "Sei-ond, a definite promise of
independence. Third, a dx'laration of
I ml ivy y the administration placing
the Philippines in a similar iositioi
to Cuba. Any one of these would
result in an immediate cressation of
Filipinos Are Non-Committal.
Manila, Nov. 12. The results of the
elections in the UnitM States have
iMt-n quietly received here. So far as
the Filipinos are concerned no notice
able change in the situation has en-.-ued,
nor is any likely to occur in the
immediate future. They are for the
greater part non-commital. Last
week's sciuting resulted in several
minor engagements with what the of
ficial reports desTile as "small cas
ualties." namely, four Americans killed
and ten wounded.
Has a Kill Againftt I'ortugue'f.
Paris. Nov. 12. Dr. H. L. McAuI.y,
of Chie:igo. who has arrived iuthiscity
from the TraiiNvaaL tells the represen
tative of the Associated Press that he
intends to pr?ent n claim for pmrfiO
daman's against the Portuguese gov
ernment for imprisonment at Irenz
ilariuc- as -M.ii as lie can lay liiscax;
liefore the state department at Wash
ington. He complain of imprison
ment and ill-treatment.
sotal Donations to ialvettn.
;.i!eston. Tex.. Nov. 12. John S-a-ly.
treasurer of the (alvestn relief
fund, says th donation received to
Nov. 10 aggregate fl,loU,719.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Through, wide vestibule standard
coach between Rock Island and Chicago
Tia the D-. R. I. & N. W. railroad and
the C. & N. W. railroad. The quickest
andbest line. For particulars inquire at
city ticket ofiice, 1808 Second avenue,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
The D., R. I. & N. W. By. will sell
homeseekers' excursion tickets to
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado
Minnesota, the D&kotas, and other
points in northwest territory at Tone
fare plus 2. Tickets on sale the first
and third Tuesday in each month.
For particulars as to rates, time,
etc., inquire at city ticket office, 1803
Second avenue, or passenger station,
foot of Twentieth street.
Six FrlBbtrnl Fallnrei.
Six terrible failures of six different
doctors nearly sent William H.Mullen
of Lockland, O. , to an early grave.
All said he had a fatal lung trouble
ind that he ninst soon die. But he
was urged to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption. After tak
ing five bottles he was entirely cured.
It is positively guaranteed to cure all
diseases of throat, chest and lungs,
including coughs, colds, la grippe,
pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma, hay
fever, croup, whooping cough. 60
rents and $1.00. Trial bottles fieeat
Hartz & UIlemever''8 drug store.
Ludolpb & Reynolds, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, t
Rock Island County, f 03
In the circuit court, in chancery. Partition
General No. 403.
Andrew Wollenhaupt vs. Georee F. Wollen-
baupt. Mary oiiennupt, Anna wonischie
cel. Catherine Kuhiman and Willi lm Kudo.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of sum court, enterea in tne above en
titled cause, on the First, day of November
A. D. 19ii0. I shall, on Saturday, the First
day of December. A. D. 1K00, at the hourof two
o'clock in the afternoon, at the Kast door of
the Court House, in the city of Rock Island, in
said county of Kock Island, as directed by said
decree, sell at public auction to the highest and
best bidder that certain parcel of land, situate
In the County or Kock island ana state or Illi
nois, known and described as follows, tow it:
The Kst Tbirty-elpht (38) feet of Lot Four
NMnlUocK Twenty (30) of the old Town of
Rock Island, in the City of Rock Island, Coun
ty of Kock Island and State of Ill'ncis.
Terms of Sa'e: One third of tbe purchase
Drlce of said property shall be paid In cash.
one-third on or before nine months f rocr the
dale of sale and one-third on or before eight
een months from the date of sale, provided
however, that tbe party purchasing at such
tale may. if be so elects, pay the entire amount
in cash, oeferred payments, if any. to bear In
terest at the rate of six (t) per cent per an
num. Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Ttlrd day
or November, a. d. iuo.
E! WIN E. PARMENTER,
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County, III.
LrwitPii & Reynoijjs,
Searle & Marshall, Attorneys. -
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County. ( ts-
In tbe Circuit Court in Chancery. Partition.
General No. 4H2rt.
Annie Chesebro. R. R. Cbesebro. Charles Sut
elide, Carrie Sutclifle. Frederick Sutclifle,
Dorolhv SutclliTij and (leorge Sutcllffe, vs.
Mary K Van Arsdel. James V. Van Ars-
oei, .Ma?t,'ie butciiiie, nauiu ttoiaori una
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered in the above en
titled cause, on the TLirteenth day of Oc
tober, A. I. II). I shall, on Saturday, the
Seventeenth day of November. A. u.,1900,
at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, at
the Court House, in tbe City of Rock Island, in
said county of Rock Island, as directed by said
decree, sell at public auction to the highest and
best bidder for cash only, that certain parcel
of land situate In the County of Rock Island
and State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot Fifteen (15) In Block Three (3) In Hailey
Davenport's Fourth Addition to the City of
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Fifteenth
day of October, A. D.. iww.
Ei-wisr E. Parmenteb,
Master In Chancery, Rock Inland County, nL
Sea ri.e & Marshall,
Corn New, 35c.
Hay Timothy, f 10; prairie, t&
Coal -13 oO per ton.
Butter Choice to fair, 18c; fresh creamery,
Hens 6c per pound.
Spring- chickens, 6c per pound.
Cattle liutchcrs psy for corn fed steers.
4SoC5c; cows and heifers 3o4c: calves, 4c3
" Sheep 4li&1c.
Hogs aiixxati iv
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
Th8 Kind Yea Have Always Bought
IN MAKING ARRANGE
MENTS To Go South
This Winter address J.
C. Beam, Jr., N. W. P. A.
Southern Railway, 225
Dearborn street, Chicago.
Is the greatest SOUTH
ERN SYSTEM. 6.887
miles reaching the best
cities and resorts of the
THEY TAITE VERY
MUCH LIKE lOt
r- CICAR9 ytsjf
A Very Strange Story
Remarkable Experience of a
Boston Man in Europe.
What Re Foond hi Switzerland and
Brought Back to America.
'I've got a story to tell," said one of the
best known business men in Boston to a
party of friends. '"It's tho strangest, most
remarkable experience through which I ever
passed. Here, all of you have a cigar, whilo
"I was on a pleasure trip in Europe last
summer with my family. Of course, we
had to see Paris and whilo out riding mj
wife fell from the carriage. She hurt her
ankle dreadfully. Tho doctor said a bone
My xrfe fdl from the carriage. "
was cracked and throe ligaments were
broken. Anyhow, it was a lol accident.
She couldn't walk couldn't lear her weight
on the foot. The doctor put all sorts of
mixtxires on tho ankle tried everything.
He had it massaged twice a day morning
nnd evening but that didn't do any good.
Mv wife was in led three weeks.
'The doctor said one day: 'That ankle
will' mend in tho oourso of time, but you
want to take your wife away from Paris so
some quiet place. So I jviekert up ami
went to a little village in Switzerland. My
wife had to be carried to and from the
train. She was positively helpless.
"After we arrived in the village, I sent
for another doctor. Ho came, ami said the
only way to cure that ankle was to have it
massaged twice a day. I didn't have much
-faith in it, but what could I do? I employ
ed a native woman to massage the ankle,
and she came morning and evening for
fifteen da vs.
"The ailing ankle didn't improve, so I
3aid to the native woman, 'fiive me your
bill. I want to pay you. AVe are going to
"The woman remarked that if we would
put otf our departure for a lny, she would
tiring fK iiiK.'thmg t rul -n lln foot that
would cure it. That seemed oncer to tne.
why hadn't she brought it lieforrf I sup
pose she wanted her engagement t" last us
long as iMissiblo.
"VVell, we waited a day, and tho next
morning tho woman canio with a queer
looking green oil in a bottle. This she ruli
bed ou my wife's ankle. In ulout two
hours my wifo said:
"Why, my foot feels all right now.'
And she stood up ami walked. 1 was as
tounded. It didu't seem possible, but it
was so, just the same.
"I said to myself: 'If that queer oil can
relieve a pain iu two hours that tho dix-tor
couldn't cure in six weeks it must be a most
wonderful thing, and I'm going to find out
all about it.'
"I hunted the woman upland asked:
Whore did you get that oili'
'"My grandfather makes it,' she replied.
" ho is your grandfather I' was my
"'(), he lives in such -ami-such a street.
" 'Vrill you take me to see him? '
"I said I wanted to find out what the oil
was mado of, but the woman replied:
" 'My grandfather won't toll you. Ho
keeps it secret. He makes a h ing from it.
He Hells it to people around here to cure
rheumatism, lumlago and all kinils of bod
ily aches and pains.'
"I was liound to see
that grandfather, and I
did. lie was a pictures
que old fellow, atiotit 75
years old. I told him I
wanted tho recipe of his
oil. Ho wouldn't tell it.
Ik was his only means of
living, and h was afraid
I was going to run oj'po
sition to him, I supixwe.
He didn't even have a
name or laliel for it, and
sold it, here and there in
the !iejjjhrorhixl for '&
francs a bottle. He had
been doing so for many
years, ami th folks
around tln-re told won
derful storiof what the
oil had done for them.
"He tro a jiirtur-
Finally I convinced
"que outjeume. '
him that 1 was going
back to America, and
simply wanted the recipe in preference to
carrying a quantity of the oil. Then he sold
me the recipe.
"My wife having recovered we went back
to Parts. 1 took the recipe to one of the lt
chemists in the city to see if the old fellow in
Switzerland had fooled me by giving me a
worthless formula. The chemist analyzed a
small quantity of the oil I had retained, and
found that tho recipe was precisely the
"The same chemist told me that the oil
was the lest (reparation he had ever seen in
his life for curing pains and aches of every
nature. It was simply wonderful. The green
color, be said, came from a rare herb that
" Thr green coUr came from a mr herb.'
grows only in a certain part of KwiUserlaml.
This herb! he rhx lared, was u.-d in ivi other
imiment or paiu kill'-r. Whilo the .tber in
gredients were well known to the medical
profession as antidote for tiin, the grceu
herb exiled tb. greatest value to the oU.
"Of course I was pleased, but the matter
fcnmi pawed from my mind, and after a
while we weut to Berlin. Tbe clay of our ar
rivsl tn weather was cold, raw and nasty.
ThMwirvi madou feel hkea bK-ve it wnt
lo; Uuruugh you. Tho buddtn chao
" J tvqiloytd a native woman." j
brought on a terrible cold in my chest. ThJ
pain was acute, aud seemed to go through
me nil at once. 1 felt 1 was don or
couldn't breathe thought 1 was going t
die. IVnt laughr-that's just how it was. I
couldn't go downstairs to breakfast. Had to
lia down. Told my wife to scud for a doc
tor. I was in such paiu I never thought of
tho oil, but my wife diiL She reincinlerel
her ankle. She got some one in the hotel t-
rub it on my chest, and in two hours 1 was
as well as I am this minute. Thecildid won
ders for me as well as for my wife: 1 loyoti
blame me for being enthusiastic nlxmt itf
"My little girl alnrnt that tune suffered
with iwollen tonsils. Couldn't eat. CouMn't
swallow. I thought of the oil, rubbed it on
hot throat, and, presto! tho trouble was
"After I got to London I began, as one in
my position naturally would,' to look for
people who suffered from pains. I wanted
to try this green oil on them. As might U
supposed, I found plenty of patients. You
know how things and occurrences of this
sort all 'happen' about tho same time. I
"Kul-Osd it on :ny chest."
didn't know anything about medicine, but I
did know this oil was a mighty good
"Atout tho first iersoii 1 met in London
was tho manager of a famous theatrical
star. Ho had been out bicycle riding. Kodo
too far mid to fast on a hot day, like so
many other folks. Win n hiv got back to
tho liotel ho was so stiff ho couldn't get out
of 11 the next morning. 1 told him I had
something that would fix him all right, and
got a valet to rub the green oil on hint. It
took all the stiffness out of his linilvsat once.
Ho was up ami around in almost no
"Coming over on the steamer I mot an
old friend one of the biggest dry goods
merchants in Syracuse, V Y. He, w alked
as though he had a stilT neck and back.
"I said: 'What's the matter with youf
" 'Lumbago,' he replied.
j nat wasonougn
forme. 1 gota stew
ard to rub some of
the oil on the mer
chant, and then In
wasall rilit. Curetl
),,,, .,1,1 f, .11, in-
. Jf on the steamer win
V A ' rFC. i nor with one foot
7 ryU'l on a chair. 1 asked
7 WtA him what tho trou
ble was, and ho
pointed to his heel.
(jft n iran! to rub . . , . ,'
,mir J theuilun t.i mr- not wlK ;
cttntit. that way
a long time; could
n't fiml relief in anything. Thinks 1.
'That's easy for the" oil." I gave him a
bottle, and ho used it. The las,t I saw of
him he was tramping up ami down that
deck like a good fellow. He said tho oil was
mighty goxl stuff.
"On" arriving in this country I went to
Newjiort, and there met nn "Id friend in
tho jierson of a Pennsylvania judge oneof
the greatest jurists in the Keystone State.
He walked like tho Syracuse merchant ho
had lumbago still worse. What is tho uso
of going into details? 1 gave him some oil
and it attended to the iuinbago. The judge
was cured absolutely.
"Then another friend a New York mer
chant prince came along with a felon oil
his linger. It nearly drove him mad. Tim
pain wasexi-ru-'iatimr. He put some of tlii
oil on that ringer, nnd it took all the iaiii
out. The swelling and the iiiU'tiiiinatioa
"I've tried this oil so often I've tried it
on every kind of pain, ache and inflamma
tion that 1 will stake my reputation on
the statement that it will cure more ail
ments than anything else that human mail
ever put together. It is a jxwitive remedy
for rheumatism. I have living, bmitbing
"Alu iy tat uith one foot mi a chair.
faith in it. It is that green herb from
Switzerland that giv-s it the almost mirac
ulous curative virtues. It is this herb
that gives it the green color, ami it is the
green of Nature.
"There you have my story, gentlemen.
Kverv word is true as fiospcl, and tho half
has not been told. I have such unbounded
c-onfldi-nee in the prejiaratiop that I have
organiwd a company for its manufacturo
aud invested a lot of cash in it. You all
know me as a conservative man, and every
cent 1 put up goes into something which I
positively know to lie meritorious.
'The name is Omea Oil. It is not like
anything else in America. It i no mor
like other liniments than high noon is like
midnight. It contains vegetable sulmtuiH e-
that you have never tried U-loro. V'ou
must not judge'it by other liniments. You
must not say it will not i-ure your pains
and aches, lecaiise it will.
"It will junetrate to your very lni-s,
and soothe, soften and sulxlue the hurt
ing. There is rlothliiK iu it ex'M-pt what
grows out of the ground. It has tiie Ix au
tiful color of Nature it is a i-pnrkling
emera Id green. Kub it in freely. It will
njt blister or bum the bkin. liub it in ami
tho hurting will stop."
" T'jok all tlv. ttifiiitt out "f I'U hJii.''
OmegA Oil cures Weak Uaks, Iime
Shoulders Tirl Arms and IiOgs, SUIT
KUkjws, Wriats, Fingers, Knees, Ankle
ajid Joints, Iiheinnati.ini, Lumlago,
Neuralgia, Sore Thr'iat, Cold in th
trhest. Sore Musilwi, Aching, Itching,
Sore, Swollen, Tired, SweAty Feet. A
golneml to old iojl. Freshens, ln-vigoraU-s
aud strengthens the muscular
tiwiues afU-r hard txc;rcie, hanl wirk or
hard picture. tuA for everything a lini
ment ought to lie -;oxl for.
Your druggist either sells Omega. Oil
or be can get it if be wants to. if h
tells you he has not got It, you UjII hlxu
lie can get it of any joblx r in nieyliciiio.
It is his duty to bell it. It in his duty
to serve the community with linimentrt
and medi'-ines tlutt reiily cure. Good
ness knows, there are enough that don't
Nevpr take a sultitut for f)mega.
Oil. If your druggist persistently re
fuses to give what vmi a-k for, th
Omega CTieniw-al llo., 3j7 broalway, New
York, will mad yoi a bottle, ftrepaid,
for ,vi ctnta in each, njouvy order or