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Rock Island Daily
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 148
ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, APRIL 13 1891.'
Single Cople 5 Cent.
Per Week 1H Cents
Can any one deny that the London has brought down the price of clothing?
Can any one deny that the London has busted up a certain combination in
Can any one deny that the London has by far the largest assortment to select from?
Can any one deny that the London is building up a large trade by square and
Can any one deny that the London is a great benefit to Rock Island.
Can any one deny that the London guarantees their prices the lowest or money
Can any ond deny that the London is the best clothing house to deal with?
Can any one deny that the London has the most complete line of Gents' Furnishing Goods?
Can any one deny that the London has the very latest styles in Hats and Caps? j
Can any one deny that the London will compare goods and prices with the whole universe?
Gan any one deny that the London has saved you many a hard earned dollar?
Can any One Conscientiously Deny the Above Facts? No!
Tie London ClotMi Company
People's Money Savers and
Leaders in the Clothing Trade!
Wonderful Cure at a St. Louis
EFFECT OF SWALLOWING A EELIO.
It Hnnta l"p and Captures, a Needle
That Had Terribly Afflicted One of the
Maters The Story Vouched for by a
Doctor and the Mother Superior
Some of the Wonder of Hypnotism
Its Use as an Anaesthetic.
St. Locis, Mo., April 13. The Sisters ol
the Visitation report a miracle whicji was
performed in their midst lust Thursday
morning. For the last five years Sisler
Mary Philoinena has suffered from what
was believed an abscess of the brain. She
bled from the nostrils, eyes and ears, the
blood dripping from them for hours. Par
tial blindness resulted from these
attacks. Recently Dr. Adolph AH,
the attending physician, gave u$
all hope of recovery " unless an
operation was performed. The sister .
was given the right to choose for herself.
Her decision was that before she would
submit to . an cperatiou she would ask
that "novenas" be said to the blessed sia
ter Mary Margaret in her behalf. She djd
not ask for prayers for her recovery, but
simply that "God's will be made plain to
A Lucky Mistake for the Sister.
Tuesday morning Sister Baptista visited
the sick nun in her cell and offered up a
"novena" in private prayer. She ilso
gave her a relic, a piece of linen worn by
Sister Mary Margaret hundreds of years
ago, and a phial of holy water with
which to bathe her bleeding eyes. In 8
paroxysm of pain Wednesday night
Sister Philomena swallowed the
blessed relic. When she awoke
Thursday she felt of a strange pricking
just above her left eye. Lifting her hand
to the spot she fe'.t a metallic substance,
which she grasped and pulled out. It was
a needle, and transfixed on its point was ;
the linen relic that the sister had swal- '
lowed the night before. The truth of this
marvelous miracle is vouched for by Dr.
Alt and the mother superior. How the
needle ever entered or reached the place
where it was found Is unknown.
HYPNOTISM AS AN ANESTHETIC.
Interesting Kxperiments at Bellevue
Hospital, New York City.
Xew York, April 13. Professor John
K. Kennedy, the hypnotist, gave some
interesting experiments Friday at Belle
vue hospital to show the value of hypno
tism as an anaesthetic. A subject was
hypnotized and a needle and yajrd of
thread pushed through his tongue, and he
seemed to enjoy it. Then the needles was
forced through the subject's cheek with
out apparent pain. The last o these ex
periments consisted in inforaiiug the sub
ject that his tight arm was dead, after
which the lighted end of a cigar was held
against his arm until the flash sizzled, the ;
subject exhibiting no sigh ot pain.
He Wanted More Beer.
It was unquestionably a scientific tri
umph for Trofessor Kennedy. Afterward
his subjects ate red pepper for ice cream,
and nibbled daintily on raw onions as a
substitute for pound cake. The largest
and hottest kind of green peppers were
devoured ravenously under the impression
that they were choice Sicilian figs. One
subject drank four ounces of castor oil,
only to smack his lips and ask for "more
beer." The climax of the entertainment
was an imaginary yacht cruise in which
three subjects participated. It termin
ated in a shipwreck, and the diving of the
three voyagers head foremost upon iha
parlor floor, followed by a desperate swim
The Illinois Legislature.
Spbixgfield, Ills., April 11 There
were only thirty members of the house
present Saturday. A few bills were in
troduced and a resolution adopted asking
congress to continue the work begun by
the Mississippi river commission. Then
the house adjourned to to-morrow at
10 a. ni.
Mast Repudiate the Knights.
BoSTOK, April 13. At a meeting of the
morocco manufacturers a general discus
sion of the surrender of the men took
place. It was decided to insist that each
of the strikers make an express an
nouncement of his intention to hare
nothing furtaer to do with the Knights df
Association Base Ball.
Chicago, April 13. Saturday's Associa
tion base ball games resulted as follows:
At St. Louis Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 13:
at Louisville Columbus 7, Louisville 8;
other games postponed- Snuday: At St.
Louis Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 10; at
Louisville Columbus 8, Louisville 10.
Success of Chilean Rebels.
IotriQCE, April 13. News has iust been
received here that Arica and Tacua naye
been captured by the insurgents, and that
the department of Tacua is in the- hands
of the mnerri nnrt.v hA nw- u.tlfi
n r-vi i wuvrui
all northern Chili as far south as Copiopo.
Wants S3.O00 for a Tooth..
Boston. April 13. A suit for m oon )i
been instituted against Dr. U. EL Mayo
by Mrs. Jane S. Fowle. She charges that
an apprentice ia the office of Dr. Mayo
palled the wrong tooth while she was
uuuer toe eaects oi laugning gas. - -.
"Oolty Gooft" I1L
New Yobk. April 13. It is stated at
St. Vincent hospital that Gus Phillips,
the actor, better known as "Oofty Gooft"
is in a cntscai condition. He is suf
fering from cidney trouble.
Death of Calitoruia's Kx-Governor.
Sax Feakcisco, April 13. Ex-Governor
Waterman died yesterday evenins of.
pneumonia. He was ill only a few days.
. . The Weather We May Expect.
WlSBISGTOI Pmr Ani-il 13 Tl.ll
are the weather indications for twenty-four
rui op. in yesieraay: r or Iowa
Bain; winds shifting to northwesterly; colder
Monday night For Indiana Light rain by
Monday mgat; southerly winds; warmer in
northern portions, stationary tsmperator in
southern portions. For IHmois Light rain
Monday; southerly winds and wanner, except
in extreme southern portion stationary tem
pera tare. For Michigan and Wisconsin light
Jain Monday-, southerly winds; warmer.