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b f THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 18513. .li:.Srii.x. lxstifc.1 DOCTORS J0LSOV Jt ROSS, . .... t.-.. IWh. CarmM f,Vt"' . tr 'rre:. Davranort, losra, ,. Ir-I-M -a-dl. 1 colleges of ' ?" rijicm ncc at tbe J ,w.r 4le'. rinr' rr tW ff enosalta ,trS r welcome. rH.THKi'AT AND LUNGS, pU.SOF T1IK DICES. tivk oi:; xs. I R:N trnnbles jpcedl'y Tr K -The mt srcmvsted V '' r-'TTI".".J ivim vj vui ,li rm w.l' riT'iw ai ii. ;;tv ft! advantage f.r a r ,i' jwfu'r wnmffn. ,V"K M " all ti.uble nr- j,.. i. .... 1. .-.f uiv re ..'. letter. .I'.r'i'i V Tl'tF. itlTe!y V ;-unlt: pitlvnl 0S- ".'u'b KSET Sn IKFORwl '..'.i.f-n. H' '" I . Ep:lcp-y, iv;r'rA'I T! SH'lESf'FIC AP . f . ' l t n"li". a mole. up.r , a n- mj.-Sv m re. wcn, e;c re- t .:wM nt'.ily by letter or mk -.'.ir lU'-ti w b'.snw. r,-. XNI'EK-lNi li'E. Kywi B -. IMvcuport. low. WINTER. if" r. rate Dealer sad Inaortar of and liquors. Ali and 2618 Third Are PARKERS' .anndry, t-s -Trryttiing from a tin UndkeTchief to a cireni UwcnrtaiM a specialty So. 1724 1HIKD AVE i M At L J. PARKER, "Ulepheur- No. 1314 1 I IfiST filANHOOD v wTwlBSOUITn.T 03 Sl 2 SURROUNDED BY 3HSTERY! A Great Mistake. A Vt discovery f, that ln. . dullm, mr,ln r , Z"L !.. rs hl. h uW:y ,i,0 braln wh t. in.l l.i , .tom-!.. c-, nrifTvm thoO. ran n-nt .f the wrrc cen;c wfcupplring tb-M- or. pi im w ih m rvo flu.dor fowv Thi k. t -.If t.I IIilUI V Cli . ... J '", '"API-1 ' iim, ira the nrrvnt wbh-kj fwivey iM srrra I rti from ta rvacpwten to wrj Bart of th Ixxly, itn tha rlrctrtprarrriillw I ho 'telemaS irm la ovary vtaiton, hm or mall. Ordinary phjrnlften fall to rrtrard this farli lnlrl of trrat ln t he rrrroen icrafnr theraooa of the diMirdwra a rKInt: Utcrcf mm Hh treat tba part affected. rrnnklla Miles M. l..LUBtbe hichljr rtlrbrate rporlallat and t".n-n or nrroou lliea. and amhnr c.f many noted I real i,- ,m laitTr aliMa rralto-d th truth of t " rJ j:ai.motit. and hi R.-rtoruUv X,.rlne h. l.'.7.K'di!,"i.,,,H twlnrlnta. !M i..i.-.-es, 1; ... t r!3'.iU dl 'ri-lnBfroin d.-ran.- fill. a. im tlioiiMintl of uti-.H.-ltod t.-iim.w laU in umwkni of t lie ronipauy muuuf to tur.iiir iUrt.rmslvaniplvnn.ve. ""-n-.ILi. "'.T"""'". Nervine Is a rellat.le ''n'". tiervoiw tiehllnv. ir.Kirli..it. 1 Mii'l"."! "'"'.'" y--rla, wxual ti. i". I ii'. dn nc. t .i ltf i v. tl.. lr i .... . j .... u.iiiui-..mi a lKoliive cuurnntif- T i hi mmn liy the r. Mira MetJi.-nl fn, i ililihri. ImLiin nwlui .J 4.1 ..... lle.Mv IiiI.h, W as, ..xpr!-. pn iwid. i-l.riillve .rvine miiiiv..!v ...... tin. f A OJO. . s .0. .0. .0. .0 .000 e :Hair Death ' iiiaiantly rvmore and former droirorv ob . lecttonabie ha r.h.li?r upon the hanmi lartj.ranor Beck, tritwt dl-coloratioa' B or In jury to the most delicate tAin. It tu . voa rirrv vaaaa rum Hrurrrairu or O Maa'at-a vTiumn. ackaowlcOrrd by ptty.i ; rloaa aa tae hisheot aath onty and ika C aMteailnentderaiaDla0 aadhairxnecta- ltMthat ever lived. Inriac h ia rrtrate prar- a tleaof a life-ttaiiaanactlw aoblity and ar . Mocracy of Batnpe he preacriBad this re riae. Pa rs.fl by wall, aecarely packed. Cormiatdf ac cwloential . SnteArentu . for Aawhea. Addma TU B 8KOOKCM fROOT HAIR 6HOT CO. Dept. R.. 57 oath 5th areaae. Xew Tork. KK) 9 3 O OOO PACIFIC LIMITED VIA SOO-PACIFIC LINE RUSS DAILY FROM ST. PAUL AND cMISXEAPOLIS TO NEW WHATCOM, VANCOUVER VICTO RIA. TACOMA, SEATTLE, TORT- LAND AND SAN FRANCISCO SHORTEST ROUTE. QUICKEST TIME AND FINEST TRAIN TO rUGET SOUND POINTS, ALASKA, JAPAN. CHINA AND AUSTRALIA SLEEPER AND UPHOLSTERED TOURIST SLEEPER TO NEW WHATCOM. WASH., DAILY WITH OUT CHANGE. Firtt C'las Liraitfl Kate. Sccoti'l RoiitnJ Trip. fo-ih) fio.50 TICKET i.FF1CK!: V.'JH Kotiert St. 127 ThirJ St. S... (Hotel Ryan) (Guaranty Bid) St. Paul. Minneapolis, or Union Depot. Jotin Volk & Co. E!f KRAL' CONTRACTORS AND HOUSE BUILDERS. Mannfactnren of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring Wainscoating, And all kinds of wcod work for baildara. SlghteeatkeL let. Third aad Foarth avcaaer. KOCK IdLAKD. E THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS iUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH SA POLIO THE NEW City Bua and Ezprecs Line. phor.e Bock Ialaad or Harper Hotels for tnu or zprew wtKou aad job win roeei proaipt atfaoon. im-nm. ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST; Je ttoney br bnjriiijc your Crockery, Glmtwware, Cut- - , i in ware, wooawarc, and uraiues, . wevw au ilabld fi Anrl in nira 9im XIE3. a TXOZXXra. ISU Third Ave. sidivEiis 6 Airoraioir. Contractors and builders An Sinda ot Carpastar Work DoM. ACUTE IEAO IXATION. 1 INSTANCES OF TRICKS THE BRAIN HAS PLAYED ON MORTALS. Kaperlmenta Made by Uoetora Which Were Creel In Their Treat meal aad Rr. aalted fatally laaaaity Prod need by rrlBht. It is said that SOine 20 Wars nm a Innir wooden box. rescmblinir a nlain cottin, mijrtit be seen inside tbe north Js:e ot Westminster abbey. For two da ys U was paaecd without notice by the many people who visited the minster. Then complaints were made to the police officer at the door that the smell arising from tbe body contained in the box was not only disagreeable to pass near it, bat that it was a disgrace to allow it to re nain there. A strong sense of duty, said one of the complainants, impelled him to draw attention to tbe scandal. The policeman at once called a verger, who found on inquiry that the box van empty and had never been used to con ceal a corpse. However, he had tbe box removed, and in this way prevented the recurrence me horrid smells of which visitors to the abbey had complained. A still more curious case of the wav in which the imagination may usurp the senses of smell and night is recorded of a nocpital patient. Two Paris medical men interested in this eubiect of freaks and delusions of the imagination told ine patient that in ord.T to cure bim both his legs wonM need lie amputated. The ni:in was thunderstruck. Until that moment he had imagined biiust-lf to be improving in health. "Oh! good doctors," he exclaimed in accents of terror, "yon have made some mistake. There is nothing wrong with me. If my legs are cnt riff, what will my Hxir wife and children do to get their daily bread':"' "I am very sorry, my good fellow," restiili.d one of the medical men, "but your life depends upon the operation." The patient was wheeled into the oper ating theater, and there, without chlo roforming tbe man, the doctors pretend ed to proceed with the amputation. "Ah." said the operator, with an as sumed sigh of relief, "there's one leg off." "Oh, holy Virgin Mary, the pain is frightful! I am dying," shrieked the pa tient. Then the operator hurriedly "ampu tated" tbe second leg. Tbe patient faint ed. When be came to, the doctors were horrified to find that be had become in sane. He actually believed himself to be legless. Two months after tbe pre tended operation be died. Up to his last moments he believed that his lower limbs had gone. In this case there was no sus picion of hypnotism. It was simply a phase exaggerated, no doubt of mad ness produced by an imagination too cruelly played with by the medical men. Few more striking instances of the force of imagination have been given than that in which a German physician tried an experiment on three criminals condemned to death. To complete the j,, . ... uiuston ne entered tne large cell in which for the purpose the prisoners were placed, accompanied by the governor aad other officials of the jail. "Now, gentlemen," said the governor, addressing the condemned men, "tbe emperor has decreed that each of you are to be executed in different ways. You, ," he pursued, addressing the first criminal, "are condemned to swal low a dose of poison, while you, ," turning to the next, "will be bled to death, and you," speaking to the last man, who was trembling violently, "will die from an injection of poison in the arm." Each criminal was placed in a chair, pinioned and blindfolded. Then said the governor, looking att.is watch: "Now, doctor, yon may begin." The physician solemnly poured into a cup an evil tasting but harmless liquid and held it to the first prisoner's mouth. The man clinched his teeth and refused to drink the poison. "Kill mer he cried. "Murder me in any way but this!" Before he could speak again the jailers seized him and forced the liquid down his throat. He will be dead in two minutes," whimpered the doctor to the governor. The criminal heard the remark and gave a blood curdling shriek. When the doctor turned round, he saw that the man apparently fainted. He turned to the next criminal, who tremblingly awaited his fate. He clinched his teeth, recovered himself and met the doctor's inquiry, "Are you ready?" with the "Yes" of a stoic His arm was then pierced with a lancet, though no vein was opened. "You see how pale he has become," said the doctor in the man's bearing. "He is losing blood rapidly." Tbe phy sician went on describing the symptoms and at length pronounced the words; "Now he's dying!" For a moment the prisoner shuddered violently. Then be became still. Tbe doctor looked at tbe criminal, bent his ear to the man's heart, and then to his dismay found that he had actually expired. This unlooked for result, although it merely anticipated by a day the actual Ranging of the criminal, at once caused tba experiments to be suspended. By this time the first prisoner bad recov ered, as though from a bad dream, but tbe third man was beard slowly mur muring tbe Lord's Prayer ere be received the poisonous" injection. He gave a mad cry of joy when be learned that his death would not occur until the morrow. Another remarkable but less deadly trick played by the imagination is often noted. Many people conceive an aver sion for some particular flower, perfume or color. One man, noted for this idio syncrasy, bated green colors. He had a notion bow it orignated no one can tell that green was danperous to him. Ac cordingly be was rarely able to go out into the country escvpt at night. Mil lion. A duke during the middle ages was aa independent sovereign. Tbe first rulers of Austria were dukes. The title lost its idea of independence during tbe reign of Louie XLTJ of France. Backed her claim. Eettlere Ftinelclied a Ma' Who Tried to Cheat a It rave Woman. A characteristic incident of border life occurred here the other day. At the time of the rush one of the choicest avail able lots in the heart of the intended towns was taken by a young lady from Kansas named Blake. She held it for a few hours until the worst of the rush was over, placing her stakes at the four corners, when she left it temporarily to go to & nearby restaurant to get some thing to eat. When she returned, less than half an hoTir afterward, what was her surprise to see ler lot in the possession of a big, rough looking fellow named Jim Dunn, whose reputation was not of the best, Dunn bad torn down Miss Blake's hand kerchief, which she had placed at one corner of the lot, and also pulled out all her stakes. With a spade he had dug a shallow trench, outlining a cellar. With this "improvement" he triumphantly announced himself the owner, turning a deaf ear to all Miss Blake's entreaties. The young lady cried and made com plaint to other settlers, but in the bustle of the moment no one gave heed to her. She did not give up, however, but pa tiently bided her time, meanwhile ob taining the names of people who had ecen her originally claim the lot. Finally she enlisted the sympathy of a number of stalwart men, perhaps 30 all told, and to them she told her story and showed the proofs of her title to the lot The men waited to hear no more. The little mob marched to Jim Dunn's place opposite the public square, where he had already erected a small shanty, and cov ering him with their revolvers told him in plain terms that he was a sneak thief and a coward and to "git." Jim remonstrated a moment, but the determined attitude of the crowd told bim that he would either liave to "git" or he would lie shot. Therefore he "got," and Miss Blake took possession once more of her property, benefitting by her temporary dispossession in having a ready built habitation at her disposal. As Dunn showed a disposition to make trouble, he was given two hours to leave town, and he lost no time in going. Pawnee (O. T.) Letter. regu- rraaoaaead Hepeiea. Tat tavtd From a letter written bv Mrs. Ada E. Hiird, of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on mv lungs. Coush set in anu nnany terminated in consump tion, tour a oct or s cave me up, say ing I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, deter mined if I could not stay with my ir lends on earth, l would meet my ansent ones aoove. My nusnana was advised to get Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I cave it a trial, took in all. eight bottles; it has cured me, and thank God I am now a well and heart v woman. Trial bottles free at Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store lar size, oOc and f 1. WOOD LOOKS. Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy con dition of all the vital organs, 'if the liver be inactive, vou have a bilious look, if your stomach be disordered. you have a dyspeptic look, and if your kidneys be affected yon have a pinciiea look, becure good health and vou will have srood looks. Elec tric Bitters is the great alterative and tonic, acts directlv on these vital organs. Cures pimples. I'loicnes, Dons and gives a good com plexion. Sold at Hurts & Bahnsen's drug store, 5c per liottle Bl CKLtS 8 AKXICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands. chilblains, corns, and all skin erup. tions, ana positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money reiunneu. 1 rice zo cents per box. For sale bv Hartz & Ulleniever State iw.uutv uu Iteet &tigar. fciocxcnv, la., ov. t. A moven.ent has been started here which it is hoped will terminate iu tbe ,u.vaKe by tbe legis lature of a lr.ll authorizing tbe paying of a bouuty of I,1, cents for encli pound of sugar produced in Iowa, It is intended to en courage tbe manufacture of beet sugar. Commercial organizations all over tbe at ate are co-opera t in z in the movement. Karh a Candidate for Bteavaamiaatioa. LassIno. Mich., Nov. S3. Governor Rich has anuduueed that be would be candidate fur reuomi nation next year, thus denying tbe report that, baa gained currency throughout tbe state that he would retire io favor of Mayor Pingrae of Detroit and enter l be race of tbe United b'ats aentte. A Precedent, . Briggs Say, old man, I want you to in troduce me to your club. Griggs (doubtfully) They are very par ticular, old fellow, whom tbev admit. Briggs But you got in. New York Her ald. A Mar or Two. He Wifey, love, I am taking part in a balloon ascent tomorrow. She I have no objections, love, only don't forget to bring me something nice when you come back. r liegende Blatter. W ra aa Wan aaa Wetk aad Weary. Ho : ye woKrn. worn and wearr. wl!a wia fa. eea and ao indeccralblr weak; 'hoee diatreaeiag. dragging down pain, and that eoaftant weak- aen and weariness can be eared. For all such eafferera Or. Pierrc'a Favorite Pretcrtptiot is a panacea of inettrmaMc valne; as aa Invigorating tonic, rt imparts etrrngth to the whole svateB. for "overworkel," 'worn-oat." debilitated teacher, dress atakers, seanstresaea, "shop firla," bontckeepera. Barring mothers, aad faeblo women generally. Dr. Fierce's FaTorite f acrintlaa Is the greatest earth1), hooa, being i equalled at an appetising cordial aad reatorativa sonic; as a soothtar aad trenghteniag nervine. "Favorite Prescription" is aaeqaaled and nival aa")e ia allaji.ig and aabdulng nervoasexaitahU. iff. exbaaatioa, prostration, hysteria, spassas i othsrdlatreeslrg. nerroas srmptoaa. en i only attendant apon fancUooal aad argaaic disease. It bnlaors rafreshiag sleep and relieves aaeatal anxiety and drj ondencr. What is l(Mflll Cdutoria Is Dr. Saarael Pitcher prescription, for bdkata aadCalMrea. It coatalns neither Opiuan, If orpblae mt other Kaweotle rattatanco. It is a luu-mless rmbstitnt for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrup, and Caster Oil. It Is Pleasant. Iu gaaraxite) is thirty yean vse by Xfillioas of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Caetoria prevents vomiting1 Soar Cauda cores Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves teething; troubles, cares constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stoanach aad bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria, "Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children." Da. Q. C Osgood, Lowell, Mass. Castoria is tbe best remedy for children ot which I u acquainted. I hope the day is not far distal when mothers will consider the real interest of their children, and uae Castoria in stead c the T&riousiuaek nostrums w hich are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents dowa their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." Da. J. F. KntcnTAB, Conway, Ark. Xho Caatasnr n Mi Castoria. " Castoria is so well adapted to cblldtwaaawss I recommend it as superior to any praacrhnllaD known to me," H. A, A new an, L Bl, Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. T Our pbysiciars in the children's i inent have spoken highly of tbeir ence in tbeir outside practice with and allhcugh we ocly have amarg ear medical supplies what fat known as leenasr products, yet we are free to confess that taa merit of Castoria has won as to look whB) favor upon it." Unitcd Hoerrrai. as Disraoaai. Boston, Sana Alls C. Smith, Prrt., surra Strewt, Haw Tork City. BALD HEADS! . W hat is the cotiditioa of yoan? Is yosrr harsh, brittle? Does It split at the cads? sateless armearmace? Does it faB oat when c brashed? Is ft full of daadraff ? Does oar scalp itch? Is it dry or ia a heated condition? M taeseaawsoawoff 1 T ntTmrnrj nmiislliii nmilisH iSkookiimRoot Hair Grower tewhatrnaneed. Itsnrndnst tVanan ll. KnoarlaateaTnf It y v aow ao inw iu ju. l Is mot aa a of the hair aad acajatrdsaihsdawi Ml Mi .tr.xBE flli.ieuT. It.?. ?.t df''tfny cooling aad refreshing Tonle. Byatkaamhl tto follicle, a atojw Ulf ar, cans alaMwwJad i isTssii an' etna, healthy, and fwr flow li millet wautluns,ny daacKu. Udcaaxaaai amis Saimis, aalunAadsw, tSft BUM! flf w aearrs f. aatfr. " ramnramroiwnwoTanrprv.runsiaa career, to wa. s ws wn r?!.. 1n receipt ot price, broarer, gl.U per bottle I ( fca-tfeja pwjartawi&aa. THE SK00KUTI ROOT HAIR GROWER CO 7 oenm anna Ja venae, new Tack, H. T. THE IIOLINE WAGON, MoLim, Ills. The Mine Wagon Go. UmuMurers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGO A roll sad complete line ot Platform and other Spring Warone, especially westers trade, of rs parlor workmaaahlpaad salsa fllaatratad Plica ntwncanoa. aee tae noiaUia waeoa hefon DAVIS CO. Hoating and Ventilating Engineers. Gas and Stoam Htting, SAIJITART PLUIIBIIJG, at ooaiplete lino of Pipe, Biaaa Gooda, Packiag fTrjga. fin Brick Etc. Laifest aad beat equipped eatabliahment west of Chicago. DAVIS tujjv. Moline, HI 1 1 12, 1 14 West SevamtMntfc xeiapnona svoa. Taispaooo 1148. Reatdano Talactioae 1 !!& B. P; DoQEAR, Contractor etnei Builder. Office and Shop tii Ei;hteentk Street "AH Uads f .Oarvsater work a aoadaKy . Flaaaaad llOCS KKrilTD-lXL.