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aori l Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Inflate
U children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
thrr Narcotic rabstanoe. It is a harmless substitute
Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL
, n Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Villon of Mother. Castoria destroys Worms and All.
lTl.ri!lncM.Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd.
ures lirrhma and Wind Colic. Camta 1
ffthlns troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
VMtorla assimilate the food, recnlatoa th, J
Li bowels, giving healthy and natural sleen. Gas.
I t . - are. ii- . -m. vetr-"-
loria " vauorwi-i iranacea the Mother's Prini
Lnrte In sn excellent BMdleiMl for chll
m ivn hT. repeatedly told ma of Ha
Ltwt upon Ihrlr children.
VtL U. a OoOOOn,
-rts in the best remedy for ehildraa of
i .m ufiiiAlnlML 1 hani thm Amw W ma.
t:f uwir t'hUJraa, ud aw Oastaria la-
, ar rarmuaquacK Daavvmswnica are
t;u tvir lored once, by forcing opium.
,0., KinuiKig syrup and ether h artful
low their throoa. Itaarafaw nnlim
u premature pif"
v J- r. KtscaaLoa,
I KBoonumnd ttaftarjarlortoanTtracrtDtiaa
B. A. AaaRa.IL R
Ill 80. Oxford 8t.. Brooklyn, H. T.
"Onr pliyatoaas ia Iho children's depart-tnen-
nae spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among oar
medical supplies what ia known aa regulsx
prodBohvyetweare (re to eonreai that the
merit of Oaaoria baa woa aa to look with
favor upon It."
TJarrgD Hoermx am Dnrmur,
Alls C. Skits, fro..
Mam 8trat, Haw Yea CM.
f f "a, .
'UKMiuuMi ana ruiDDer iioining.
c an- ouw Knowing a Large Stock of Ladies
Tir i''ii . hi mi in m ni i im a, t vw.es a ,
v.'O Mlltllllcbcrp's EncltHh Mnckintnet,,..
" - - 0..4UK IIIV1U
u'.ito hare a special line nf Miiu Sitiini
ii' ias buai art! n Biprnrnnr ami Miippiitn. h .
j hu HUUIIVI VU.lSt
'"jili. anil .....
.aw,. HaiUH'i1 w.-, m -aTa
' " wy i.-c.f-i
207 Brady Street, Davenport.
City 'Bus and Express Line
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1141, and yon will receive
TTTrTBiratAKB 8PKNC1SR. Pro
i' a a sb b sr .sb a a a ak
1 17111 wall. I llil
'Orpins, worth $ 85 $61
" 116 78
::inl Organ 60 25
i.:inil 35...... 0
unil I'inno 75 40
' iza ia
Fine Orpnn, almost new, worth
; o.k 7-octave square piano,
Uihxt Oran if taken at once,
w oeconQ ATe.Koci lsiana.
6 Fifteenth Street, Molina.
Ltca Ovtalot Bsftcklty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
"iu. of .prrial rxMnlinn nod fee bill
- '--'i-.j nut or toe cwrk omca of the clr
of Hoe UIbmI cnaety, and rtiU of 1111
'f'l l. ma rlrrcied, wamhy I am con-
I" U thm .Miml of r.ft.1. Inil..
""tinr Urmo. in lavor of Andraw P. Llnd
iii nf tlx land, ivneawnt nod and
wntu iirrvnaanwi, aaacnaa Mraon
yi-tiM Lama. I ban bnrkd apon the foi
at hair (
pr..lrt, to-wli: Taai
u 1'. ,n Aiday'a etcoM addltloa to
k . '"d.intBe eify of MoUno, cooatr
lUud and .lata of lillnoia.
"n1". ccnnlln to raid Command. I tball
i't mlc at pnbhe anetioB aU ib right,
L . '""""t of the abovoaamed Manna
n 111,1 rhrtatln. Utm la ami to the above
"! afnpeHT. oa Haaaay. the lt day of
.1 ly ' o'clock a. at., at the north
r the conn twuac in the city of Hock Id
n tlio emin'y nf Hock lalaod and Mat of
II" iTT," lB B1"1' to aatliifT aatd execution
" .'111. r n ii.kDiuiu
Ulerlff of Tfitk i.i.'mi rv.....tfltaMl
Burtis Opera House,
Of the Regular Season
Friday Night, Eept 14.
SPECIAL i ugagetneht-
And aa Excellent Company in Duma'a
Price ll.M), fl.oa 75 and Mcenta. Seat aale
Tueeday morning, Sept. 11, At Fluke'a book
SEE tZin AS lei YC'JTU I
VXr " r"
THCSI WONDERFUL LENSES
. Are the result of yeara of aeientlfle ezper.
ImentinR. and are now placed, owlnc to
tbeirauperiorlty, preeminently aboTo every
tblna: horetof ore prodnood in this line. .
They axe acknowledged by experta to fee
the finest ana most pennctlr constrnoted
Lenses KNOWN, and are peeuUarly adapted
to eorran thewionsjiual Jmperfeo
Uons. Atxlalofthei WlN00NwinTinQ
yon tny are rvmtM oeani
For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Drag
gist and optician.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
THE ARGUa FRTDAYV SEPTEMBER 14. 1894.
ALL ENJOY ANIMALS.
HlNhl, Kdocatl b.r. th. Brato
To see the evidence of intelligence
m the animal world, and watch the
performances of highly educated
specimens rr th
- ..v.. a ui iiic iu
rank below man, is always interest
ing: t" the thoughtful, and a source
of pleasure to the curious. There
are many shows traveling through
. j wnose soie claim to pat
ronage is their train .l hi.ru. h
f w'd beasts. Some of the 'shows
marge aigh prices of admission. Yet
strangely the show which has the
largest and best collection of trained
animals of all kinds is a show which
exhibits at the nnnnUr npino .I fcn
cents, although its trained animals
very small part or the whole
mammoth exhibition. This is the
Barnnm & Bailey greatest "Jshow
on earth, which will At K hi t
in Rock Island
This season the number of trained
animals nas been increased, and the
lasies oi tne little folks have been re
membered. Educated ponies, dogs,
monkeys, cats and pigs, as well as
elephants and Ktalli
deuce throughout the program.
nunc me piece ae resistance is an
educated happy family, consisting of
lions, tigers, panthers, leopards,
bears, sheep and storks, all perform
ing together in a large steel-barred
The three Eugenes, marvelous
aerial artists, tula ih. Oow
on the program, and the equestrian
cBLures are many, including grace
ful bareback acts bv William Showle.o,
Frank Melville, William Demott, Rose
Meers and I.imla Jeal.
Manager Jcsperson leaves for
points in central lows this evening,
He will retnrn in a few days.
The new secretary of the college
iacuity is Kev. rrol. r. M. Lindberg,
who succeeds Trof. C. L. E. Esbjorn.
The lawn sociable giyen by the
fames' society of the Zion Lutheran
church last evening was a success in
The enrollment is said to be about
three hundred, and still a large num
ber of former students have not yet
returned. A greater number of new
students have been enrolled this year
than ever before.
A sixth department is to be added
to Augustana college, viz., that of
tine art. During past years a large
number of applications have been
made to the authorities by art lovers
from the cities and elsewhere for in
struction in the various branches of
fine art. The applicants having of
late become so numerous that it has
now been decided to open a thor
oughly equipped school of art in con
nection with the institution. At the
head of this department will be
placed Miss Munro, one of Chicago's
ablest artists, who will impart in
struction in the following branches:
Oil painting, water color, landscape,
pastel, crayon, china painting, draw
ing, sketching, etc. A room just
above the conservatory of music will
be elegantly equipped "on the plan of
modern art schools. The school
year will be divided into terms of
nine weeks each, and instruction will
be imparted on the lesson plan. The
school will be open to the public
Monday. Sept. 24.
Borne aad Abroad.
It is the duty of everyone, whether
at home or traveling for pleasure or
business, to equip himself with the
remedy which will keep np strength
and prevent illness, and enre such
ills as are liable to come upon all in
every day life. Hood's Sarsaparilla
keeps the blood pure and less liable
to absorb the germs of disease.
Hood's Pills are hand-made, and
perfect in proportion and appear
ance 25c per box.
Special Trahaa toDavrnport ralraad "Last
Daya of Fein pell.-
Tuesday to Friday, Sept. 11 to 14,
inclusive; special trains will leave
C. R. I. & P. Moline avenue depot at
1:10 p. m. and 7:10 p. m. daily for
the Davenport fair grounds. Mon
day and Saturday, 10th and 15th. the
evening trip only will be made. Re
turning, the 6 p. m. train from fair
grounds and last train at night after
performance of '-Last Days of Pom
peii" will run through to Rock Isl
and. Fare 25 cents for round trip.
Home Heekero' Eaearaton.
The C. M. & St. P. railway will
run their home seekers' excursions
on the following dates: Sept. 11 and
25. and Oct. 9. Rate one first-class
fare plus $2. Tickets good to return
21 days from date of sale.
E. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Kaploaloa at a Flouring Mill.
Richmond, Kr., Sept. 14 There was an
explosion at the flonriug mill of William
Moberljf on Dalnt Lick which will result
in the death of one man and the serious
injtirj f throe others. The supply pipe
blew out of the boiler and the water and
steam escaped to the furnace room.
Thomas Mobarly was scalded Internally
and will die; William Moberly and two
negroes are painfully injured.
"Oh 1 atay. tbe auldaa said, sad rest
Thy weary head apon this breast
-I can't" aald be, "I mast climb th kills.
The samaiar is past, I now sell pills.
Mot too pills of old-fasbiooed auks .
That earned s dreadful stomach ache
Bat wee little things, that yea e'en caaeaVle,
As they gently remove their enemy bile.
Who use the ones, thereafter are sealots.
In praise of "Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. "
Thy regulate the bowels, aad care sick head
ache, the i erult of constipation or billon paces.
without disturbing the diet or oeeapatioa of the
ratten.. Bugar-coatsl a child can take thsai.
END OF THE SESSION.
Caleb ratloa at the Saaal-Ceateoalal a the
nap tart AaaocJathsau
The Rock Island Baptist sssocia
tion ended its convention for this
year last evening, and after extend
ing a vote of thanks to the press of
the city, adjourned, to meet at Orion
one year hence.
The Fiftieth Anniversary.
The afternoon was devoted to the
celebration of the 50th anniversary of
the Rock Island Baptists. The" ad
dress was made by Rev. C. E. Tay
lor, who recounted and graphically
described the early struggles of the
cnurcn in by-gone days in the locali
ty now governed by the association.
the Rock Island church being the
nrst, having been organised in June,
1837. The Lyndon church was or
ganized the "same year, the Oxford
church following in" 1840, other con
gregations being founded the next
year. They were connected with
the Davenport association until
May, 1844, when the Rock Isl
and church sent an invitation to the
churches on this side of the river to
send delegates to this city to consid
er the advisability of organizing an
association in this section of Illinois.
The churches responded and the
meeung was held at tbe court house
in this city Oct. 26, 1844, and the
present association founded and it
now numbers 18 churches.
Rev. Taylor told of the advance.
ment of the various branches of the
church from its infancy. Some of
the older members illustrated some
characteristics and interesting anec
dotes of the people of forty or fifty
years ago. The address was most in
teresting, especially to the young
folks. The afternoon services were
closed with short speeches and rem
miscences by many of the older
members or the association.
Rev. Hansen's Address.
In the evening Rev. P. S. Hensen,
of the First Baptist church of Chica
go, spoke on the subject, "The Out
look, or After Fifty Years What?",
the church being packed. In speak
ing of the future of the church, he
said he believed its worst trials were
coming, speaking at some length on
the doings of the evil one, and say
ing that his tactics had changed from
that of a roaring lion to a shrewd
and finely dressed gentleman. Then
he spoke of another difficulty the
church must fight the antagonist
the man who does not know whether
there is a God or not. Dr. Hensen
condemned ultra-optimism, saving
that when optimism is carried to
such an extent that it degenerates
into fatalism, the individual's be
lief in prayer is destroyed, and the
whole machinery of Christianity is
ceased, for the devil could do no
worse than make us lose faith in
Rev. Lei and sang, after which the
convention adjourned to meet one
year hence at Orion.
MARKING THE COURSE.
Difficulty la Arranging for the Krieeeoa's
A Washington dispatch says: Of
ficers of the navy department are
havinsr tome diflicukv in lnvinn- tv
course in Long Island sound for the
i . . . , .
mm ui ine lorpeuo Doat. Ericsson.
There have been several consulta
tions between Admiral Ramsey and
the bureau chiefs, but as vet the plan
is not entirely decided" on. The
trouble is the ship is so small and
time (two hoursl so short that it !
difficult to anchor the buoys so the
.1 : .. -, . .
uinmuue ui two nines can oe accu
rately measured. The Ericsson mnst
make 24 knots an hour or she will be
rejected. The contractors insist
that the trial must take place in deep
water. The navy department can
not obstruct the sound, and it must
anchor its buoys marking the course
with accuracy. One end of the
conrse may be marked by light
houses, but this is impossible at tbe
other end. It is probable the buoys
will be anchored by several chains in
order that they may not be displaced
by the movements.
Coadltloas ts Win.
If the Ericsson should make 24
knots she will earn a nreminm nf
$2,600. and 11,000 for each additional
quarter knot. The contractors insist
upon an accurate course in deep
water, so that she can malm th f.ut.
est possible Speed.
The sociable given by tbe ladies of
Rock Island and Moline for the bene
fit of St. Anthonv's hoanit.t t i
residence of V. M. Blanding last
-,cuiug wan wen auenaea, ana was
a success both socially and financial
ly. Supper was served in tbe house
from 6 to 8. The lawn was beauti
fully illuminated with Chinese lan
terns. The candy booth was sta
tioned on one side of the lawn and
was presided over by the Misses
Anna Buford. Sue Dankm.nn u.n
Comegys and liable Cad v. with Bleu
er's orchestra on the other, which
discoursed sweet music throughout
The Modem Boaatr
Thrives on good food and sunshine.
wun pienty oi exercise in the open
air. Her form clowa sviih health
and her face blooms with its beauty.
T , L- . . . . . .
mi ur rjBvem oeeas ine cleansing
action of s laxative remodv al n..
the gentle and pleasant liquid laxatt
Petitions are bain HMifA i.
South Australia asking that women be
given the suffrage tor both houses of
Rev. Pheba fl HanafYvrl 4.
with baring rjerformed 40 dding cere-
anaunx uuing nag UUUSCty.
DO YOU WISH A GOOD HINT
"We must eat to live."
The health of tha twxlv anil l;. it
self depend entirely on a suitable
J : . ... . , . .
uici. n nen people ao not get enough
food or live on an improper diet,
sickness is the inevitable)
Proper nourishment ia tbe secret of
1.A ! . . l
u aim aircngvu. xne great
question oi neauti is, therefore, what
in a proper uieir
This Question micrht Via ihwiinJ
in three different wave and vet srh
answer would be correct. In the
tropics, it would be right to say that
the nrorter diet for mankind ia .1
most entirely vegetarian that is,
fruits, vegetables and grains. But
in America, which lina in th irr.f
wsmperaie gone, a mixed diet Is found
to be the best. The healthiest people in
i.uib iiiiiuvry live on meal looas, veg-.--1.1--
'i sou crains in suuaDie roronor-
tions. Such 'a diet is founded on
reason, and it oucht to ha hpaithv.
Theory and practice, however, do
not alwavs acrce. Thir sr. thm,.
sands of "people who eat plenty of
Kuui iuuu aim yet remain weak, un
naturally thin, pale and puny. They
" iiicDgiu, aim are continual
ly complaining of tlnl fui;nr.
't hai. npo. , , .. 1 .1 : . 1 . .
6'"" "ic is ia hdiis idct
eat suitable food they do not get suf-
uuicui. nuurisnmen.. iney do not di
gest their food properly. So they
keen thin and keen mttTno ihim...
Lack of nourishment soon wears
It was formerly the inatnm ti a.l-
vise such people' to take oils and fats.
ifui, -iuiii wuu weak stomachs can
no more digest cod lirr nil fh.i.
tht-v can digest fat nork. Th cflWt
of either is to make them dvspeplic
I .: 1 : . ... . . .t.
kuu uiiiuui. adii mat is why ad
vanced physicians now refuse to pre-
nunue con nver on. Meutcated wines
and so called stomach "bitters" are
equally useless. They only inflame
the lining of the stomach "and give
The recognition of tha trrs.t
Principles of dift mil niniriihni.nl
has led to one of the most brilliant
discoveries of the present age. It
has completely revnlutinniznrf the
treatment of dyspepsia and emacia-
: t . i . . . ...
nuu. luaicau oi trying ia cure indi
gestion with medicines and oily mix
tures, people are now fin. liner nut
that the only way to get relief is by
uuiauuug suuicieni nourishment, and
f ). -, , I. ; ..... . i . i ,
Mu.a iiuuiiauuiciii 19 ppeetiiiy
gained by taking Paskola, the artiS
cially digested food. This great dis
covery has caused a decided sensa
to J for eome time past, and the fact
inat rasKoia is necoming so wonder
fully popular is tbe best proof that it
has merit. -
Anv un-to-date itrnwist will .
nigh Paskola. If you want to know
how it works, send for frp
to the Predigested Food Company, 30
uvrauc e-Lret'L, itew 1 org.
Sept. 12. Nels Pierce and G. S.
Lundqnist to Lariett C. Lewis, lots 8
and 9. block 9. Pitts, Gilbert & Pitt's
Second add., Moline. $1,600.
Clans A. Lage to Amos Lage. el lot
7, and w SO feet lot 6, block 3. How.
ard'a add.. Rock Island, $1,550.
George L. Bitttnger to J. L. Golds.
berry, swl scl and sef swl 17. 17. 2w.
Sett. 13. Estate of Enoch E.
Adims. Claims of Mary Adams
Tucker allowed at $400, and Eliza.
beth N. Adams at $30.
Estate of Hattie McXeal. Claim of
A. M. Monson allowed at $45.
Hard times is the Finns nf Ynn
Can Smoke" for 5 cents.
One that yon can keep clean all
the time a collar that does not
wilt when yon get over -heated ;
that does not fray on the edge, cr
tear oat at the buttonhole, and
can be cleaned by a tin ply wiping
off with a wet sponge or cloth.
These collars and cutfs are made
by covering linen collars or enns
on both sides with waterproof
"celluloid," thus giving strength
and durability. Tbey aretheowjf
waterproof goods ao made, aad
i M stamped as t oUowk
Ask for this, and irfose to take
nv tmitntWMl if . nm -. a
sstaction. If yemr dealer does not !
keep them, tend direct to oa, en- H
cioaing amount, and we will mail 9
Ton sample. Collara a rta. eh. H
i in uaa. rrnwr
-np or tnrned-dowa
l whether stand-act snrtjmaaVdVMi N
Y collar a wanted. 9
V TEE fFlIULKD CO, J
OCK WJJKO ARSEWAL. ILL. AlO.
la Iniu omuj i
" w w-i.rm anii is o cjnoa. aoua.
eptemerr IS, 1KS4, aad thea opened, for
furaisotng a' this Arseael the Focage aad
Straw reqalrsd by tbe O H. Dept. bare daring
aaeal year ending Jane 1. INK. CaMed aeaiao
rtssrvra riaat to rsiectaavar all nr. -
fofwattkte taraiaaad aaa apoleauoa. Basol-
'lnpoaals for Forare aad
Ia arhaal'al a Ukll J mV a l . a a .
The trade mark of the largest
siove piant in tne world is at
iron clad guarantee of Derfec
tion a si jm bv which the per
son who has never boueht a
stove can do equally as well as
tne expert, Ask to see them at
the Dealers. Thisisthema
Involves many points be-1
yond the mere looks of it
EmciencYt economy, dura
bility and cleanliness all
demand earnest consider-1
ation. Jewel Stoves and
Ranges stand every test
5 ii WQ
fflfiKf w (
Rock Island Buggy Co.,
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
Wars Pooraa aa
Hlrteeath street hrtweea
First aad Second arena.
T&dail trade es pedally eoUcHad
HBATIVQ AKD VEMTILATUia IldllUU.
Jig rrr '
HAVE VOU SEEN
THE :- CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see tbe Heater, and judge Its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
H2 and 114 W. 17th street.
Of Carriages, Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
Uason'o Carriage Works
T. F. BURKE,
Sec and Tnat
Steam and Gas Fitters.
tA l:I::J H::t!:i
t:J Rn:.::i C3,
Hot Water Heating
119-1 SI E. 17th St.
Rock Island, ML TeL Ho. 1S8I
Sole Ageada tor tha !
Plumbero, Steam, Gao Fitten?.
Hosm HeaUng and Sanitary Plnabing. Baaeaaoat Book Island Kat- Bank
'1 wee rae
SOI heady atrasC
Oio3rwa, IHroiiif3o ttralooa
TltachwIcCwtVir.a. Uc.cn. Beer ind Cztn tUwavs eti llrtd