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and Daily Argus.
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 28.
ROCE ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1S90.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
it nisi iiiii i in it
Thanksgiving Sentiments by Customers of the London.
Thankful, the London came to our rescue. . ' .
.Thankful, the London is with us and is a good house to trade with.
Thankful, the London brought prices down and will keep them down.
Thankful, the London is in our midst and sell god RHds at low prices.
Thankful, we save money by trading at the London.
Thankful, we are not Chinamen nor Hottentot, but know that the London deserves our trade.
As we never allow Thanksgiving Day to pass without a feast of some kind, and as pumpkin pie hurts no one, the London Clothing Company wishes to make a present of a fine suit or overcoat to the
CHAMPION PIE-EATER OF NORTHERN ILLINOIS.
Between the hours of 3 and 4 o'clock, p. m.. Thanksgiving Day, the London Clothing Company will have ready for the contest the required number of pics, which, "with large and thankful hearts for th large an J
successful business they have done since they have opened their doors to the public, they will furnish to the first sixteen applying for the contest at the
IRKOCIK: 3TS3L-i5L3J1D, JUL JL..
Eight of the competitors fur the prize will be placed in each of onr large show windows, and the one fating the most in the given time will have a fine suit or overcoat, git-en to Lim at Lis option.
ARE CORDIAIjIjY INVITED TO TTLTITJXTESSS THE COINTTBST.
Enjoy the afternnon at no expense to you, and with plenty of fun thrown in. Respectfully, One Price London Clothing Company. The London guarantees their pries to be the lowest, and goods warrant! as e..r-nte-l or
money cheerfully refunded. -
XHS iTTLc BiJD oF, hope, CARRY SANTA CLAUS SOAR
Ao You See how VerY Rapidly they're HiSiHG,
WE'vfc ErlAED TheM For AT'Me,
AS THEY'RE f.JlTED F0f7HlS CMMB,
Ad kHz Ha?PY VheN employed
Hff'V't7 tv 11? z&M
V-V?- ft X f&'K
me oiy i M.K.FAIRBANK &CQCh icago.
THE MOLINA WAGON.
A KEA trip.
Manulacturcrs ol FARM, SPRING aM FREIGHT WAGONS
. a n.snn. manorial It adapted to tba
All.n.lrompletellneof PLVrTOKsi 13.,nJ 5 inJUnil i-rlc Li.t free on
lT.t,;X" See U.MUS WAUO before porch.....
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
C'lIKAPKR THAN SniNOtES.
' Send for clrcolur.
II. ELLIS. Rock Island. 111..
Cor. Fourteenth 8t. end Second Ave.
Us openeil ht8 New and Spacious
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenue,
where he wojiUl fie pleased to see his friends.
ni-1 of drink, u well . Ale and Porter. nd the well horn drink
onr place In the city whe yon ca get tt.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 260 Fifth ATenne, BOCK, ISLAND
-Ts. w tto....w .lock. th. b.t aoodaat the lowt ntiCM. A ikif r-tro.uj. Uc.ted.
Half and 'alf," the
Roaat Beef Luce (rrery dy fm 10 to IS.
Why It J Inaxlvlxable to Take It In
A sea trip does yon goou when yon are
gointf to have a conple of months of it.
but for a week it w wickeL
You start on Monday with the idea
implanted in your botsoni that you are
goiiig to enjoy yourself, ion wave an
airy allien to the boys on shore, light
your biggest pipe,aiiU8w:iggeraDonttiie
deck as if vou were Capt. Cook, Sir
Francis Drake and Christopher Colum
bus all rolled into one. Oa Tnesday yon
wish yon hadn't come. ( m Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday yon wish yon
were dead. On Satnrdayyou are able
to Fwnllow a little ln-ef t a. and to sit np
on deck and answer with a wan, sweet
grnile when kind hearted people ask yon
how you feel now. On Sunday yon
betfin to walk almut t eain and take
solid food. And on Monday morning,
a, .with your bug and in ibrella in your
hand, you stand by the gunwale, waiting
to step ashore, yon liegin to thoronglily
1 reuiemlKT my brotlnT-in-law going
for a Hhort sea trip once for the benefit
of his health. Ho tixk a return berth
from London to LiveriMi.d, and when he
got to Liverpool the only thing he was
anxious alout was to J1 that return
It was offered round the town at a
tremendous reduction, & I am told, and
was eventually sold for eighteen pence
to a bilious looking yout h who had just
be-jn advised by his milical man to go
to the seaside and take xercise.
'Seaside !" said my brother-in-law,
pressing the ticket affectionately into
hi hand, "why, you'll have enough to
hut you a lifetime. And as for exercise!
why, you'll get more exercise sitting
down on that ship than yon would turn
ing somersaults on dry land."
He himself my brotl er-in-law came
back by train. He said the Northwest
em railway was healthy "enough for
Another fellow I k lew went for a
week's voyage round the coart, and be
fore they started the i teward came to
him to atk whether he would pay for
e;ich meal as he had it or arrange be
forehand for the whole series.
The steward recommended the latter
course, ns it woiuu come bo mucu cueui-
He said they won d do him for the
whole week at two pounds five. He said
for breakfast there w ul J be fish, fol
lowed by a grill. Lunch was at 1, and
consisted of four conrsa; dinner at 6
soup, lish, entree, joint, poultry, salad,
sweets, cheese and defsert; and a light
meat snpper at 10. -
-Mv friend thought l.e would close on
the two-ponnd-five job (he is a hearty
eater), and did so.
Lunch came just is they were on
Sheemess. Ha didn't i'eel so hungry as
ho thought he should, and so contented
himself with a bit of boiled beef and
sonio strawberries and cream. He pon
dered a good deal during the afternoon,
and at one time it set med to him that
he had beentating n ithiug but boiled
beef for two weeks and at other times it
3eetned that he must h ave been living on
strawberries and creai a for years.
Neither the beef nor the strawberries
and cream seemed hap ?y , either seemed
At 6 they canio and told him dinner
was ready. The anut nncement aroused
no enthusiasm within him, out lie ieit
that there was some t that two-pound-five
to be worked off, and he held on to
ropes and things and ent down. A pleas
ant odor of onions iind hot ham, min
gled with fried fish a id greens, greeted
him at the bottom of the ladder, and
then the steward can e np with an oily
smile, and said: . ' - 1 '
, "What can I get yt n, ail?". - -
"Get me out of this" was the feeble
reply.' ' . t
And they ran hi n np quick, and
J propped him over t leeward and left
For the next fonr days he lived a sim
ple and blameless life on thin captain's
biscuits (1 mean that the biscuits were
thin, not the captain) and soda water;
but toward Saturday he got uppish and
went in for weak tea and dry toast, and
on Monday he was gorging himself on
chicken broth. He left the ship on
Tuesday, and as it steamed away from
the landing stage he gazed after it re
gretfully. "There she goes," he said, "there she
goes," with 3 worth of food on board
that belongs to me, and that 1 haven't
He said that if they had given him
another day he thought he could have
put it straight.
It is a curions fact, but nobody ever is
seasick on land. At sea yon come
across plenty of people very bad indeed,
whole boat loadu of them, but I never
met a man yet, on hind, who had ever
known at all what it was to lie seasick.
W here the thousands upon thonsauds of
bad sailors that swarm in every ship
hide themselves when they am on laud
is a mystery.
For myself I have discovered an ex
cellent preventive against seasickness in
balancing myself. Yon staud in the
center of the deck, and as the ship
heaves and pitches yon move your Imdy
about, so us to keep it always straight.
Wheu the front of the ship risr you
lean forward till the deck almost
touches your nose, and when its back
end gets np you lean backward. This is
all very well for an hour or two. but you
can't balance yourself for a week.
Jerome K. Jeromes Three Men in a
Their Bonne Boom sr.
Probably no one thing has caused such
a general revival of trade at llailr. &
Babnsen's drug store a their giving
awsf to their customers of so many free
trial bottles of Dr. King's New Itiscovrry
for consumption . Tbeir trade 'is simply
enormous in this very valuable article
from the fact tiiat it away cures and
never disappoints. Coughs, rolds.
asthma, bronchitis, croup, and all Ihrmu
and lung diseases quickly cured. Ynu
can test it before buying by getting a
trial bottle free, large size f 1. Every
Tacts Wsrt KnawiBC
In all diMa4ca of the naval murou
membrane the remedy uJ must be noo
irritv.ini;. The medical pmfcioo have
been slow to learn this. Notliini; aim
factory ran be accomplished with dou ti
es. sni.fi, powders or syringe hersnr
they are a'.l irritaOog. do not llioroucbly
react) the affocted kurfan-s sod should tw
bandoned as wnrre than failure. A
multitude of -rno ho bad f r year
borne all tie worry sod pain that rtltnli
can intl-ct testifv io radical cu-rs sroucl t
by E'y's Cream Balm.
The transition from long !iugcrin
and painful sickness to robust health
murks so epoch in the life of the iudivid
ual. Huch a remarkable event is trrav
trtvd in memory and the agency hi n by
the gixid health has been attained hi
grate! ully blessed. Hence it is that so
much is heard in praise of Electric Bit
ters. So many feel they owe their res
toratinn to health, to the use of the crest
alterative and tonic. If yon are troubled
run any dmease of kidneys, liver or
stomach, of lone or short standing you
will surely find relief by uwe of Electric
Hitters, hold at Site and 91 per bottle
at Hart I St, Babnsen's drug store.
BCCCLKH S AUtnCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for rati.
bruises, sores, ulcers. s)t rbrum, fiver
sores, teller, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns and all akin eruptions, and pom
lively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or mon"y refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Harts & Balinsen.
A Mory uf CouKmaman Kogvr.
It is related of .Tohu KoiTers. the Ar
kansas congressman, that ho recently
sat down iu a barber's chair, wheu the
barber asked if he would not take off his
Certainly," suid llogers pleasantly.
"anvthing to -accommodate," and, get
ting out of the chair, removed his coat
and vest, lot down his suspenders, and
began nubuttoiiing his shirt.
"Jes yo' collah, sub," said the aston
ished barber, "jo6' de collah: that'll be
-I understand," Ktid Rogers. "I'm go-
inir to take it off." And he lM-eled his
shirt off over his head.
"You see. 1 have uiy collars made on
my shirts," he calmly said, as he sat iu
his undershirt and enjoyed himself.
You would think there is a premium
offered for fools. There are tomnnv who
lose no opportunity for being foolih.
A Valiial.le Tip.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cullint! teeth T If so.
pent! at once, ami get ahollle or Mrs
Winslow's 8oihing Svrup for children
teething. Its value is incak-u'alile
will relieve tbe poor little sufferer ioinie
d lately. Depend upon it mothers, t lie re
is no mixuke alwiut it It cures dwn
lerr, diarrhoea, reiru la.es the stomach
and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the
pums, reduces inflammation and gi
tone and energy to the whole syntrm
Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Strnp for
Children Teething is pleasant to the
taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurea and
physicians in tbe - United B Intel, and is
for sale by all druggists throughout the
world. Price 85 cents a bottle.
Sim f rrU l.iAiUWiuJ iai
""'"""I CMcmao. libs,
It l a mactiincent ra.oe. but they
nidit." Howl" "The ir idiots
took all the gold out of it.'
Tbe question tiaa hern a-ked. Ia what
rrsptct are St. Pt rick's pill better than
any otherT" Try them. Y"U will find
that tiny produce a p)rutlir cathartic
effect, are more mtain ia their action.
and Uial they not only bTsic, but ciratise
the whole syxtem and rrgula'e the liver
and tMiwrla. sain t 25 crnts er
box by llartz A Bahnsen. druggists.
r IMf pswnfals. kvsrf sitaatrt IsfstV
r Ut prlvattr urmt- li smisat ml ffr-r
Ir fsafliiril in
Mfa- la sk susfarkskl rnrr isr Um d
tn r r-Mlarinc tit yslsm. 4 t- 1st tmri tv4
tkdisWMftrrii rrar titer ! rii
tT nr run n -vl rruw. I
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9 i MikhliniL Hr.-aitl
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traSB bra.HtrkltMdarla. mita
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1-1 H kilea, lui r"ni l-rrtmta "i
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IT ftlt. lUlad KHv
It WkMtlil 'ash. lkTHl.
H I kranil lfc-Mm..l k'il"
I Clark St
Tte Eetin Old Esl2si
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j 4j h tX TrntIHfktWGrJt
y z ptiit enrrret?
IrKESVOl'l DEBILITY. Lost Man.
hood, tailinc M-mory. fchotitHj OiwM,
1 crribi tae Hrai aa Bo a SWna aai
CvrrS I. : ac lo ear If 4ccy mmi at' C
.'cnntxnr Inanity, ti ciMwxtauauli) by arw
a-aVPHII,IS aUboS Blood aW tkaa
Diwtin p-r-rr. ao" ' jr c-d
KI&KEir ul DklNAPT ttiUlia.
Clrrt. OoaoTTbiira, Stnctar. Vancootia oad
all iMn of u Ucatto-I tan IVr. iaS
aajuhr annua ayMy to Unit, t
r No inliiainTm. Ar a-fl
Important. Cooaaltataon r m mill.
so'Aii c t -r-a.i' i tt t-ti-o
rrlri I'lai f rti't4- I t I lt .r iat
am. Cat r ir- i f ri . aw . ' taraia.
Wratala. .i plkllK. kladda aod kMw) SH.
aoar. Ivorbo-i sod t I ual li a, I 'toe
ao.olo.al. lraoil kaaad. S4la aod
Nn tttatta Ha taa .(V-J to
Dr. larao a lnl bttot .4 .a rao iluoca,
S to . Soodara. 10 I. C all o m od.tf ram
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark Sty CHICACO. ILL.
t7acQtjanrrxo wrrn tkb czaatxrrr or m oocwtit. wax orrarji
mycH vauiABLE xroKtaTio rmcM a STtrsT or tvxb Mar or
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rtt THE CKICIGO. RCCX ISUM3 & PACIFIC RllLWIY,
13-av terwncbr-s and
4 TCoot of tM
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TO THE AFFLICTED!
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JaM-amMalllO IVnlWoaall a.air
x J I aorrd lnouOai4..a.il lar. ill- I
A aaaaajtaoa.aoiyawaMi.4 ptp-onii ini
x-tttvm T0 i
liyintd laA 11 TU) L-dJI'adj is
blue, ta Ii)VA-M nnfti4U4 H K i j M W T A TfZT
i j.-vf b aatv. tL . . ,.-i- aw.4l s.aJaofi tS lb I- F tykJL B SkJk 1
Iruo, varif Halm
UJ KMarr lllaraar
W Srroi. KrblltlT
3 I rlaary U nkarM. WoiMnr r. .a
3d llaaof Ibrllf-mrt-laiiaiO)
Sfrfd by PmirVMa. or aant pnarpaal rm i"l"l
of arm. Ia Hi anaTlf haaial. 1144 taw
tdly hnnd tn rlma oad oialld fnaa
HTTMFHBETS' MED1C1WE CO,
Oar. WilUua and Joba fciraot. w Tora.
Haven't yon foratteu souavthltis.
sir'aalied the head isjrterof a guest
who had paid his bill and was leaving
the hotel. -
"Oh. no." replied the non-tipper: nf I
have vou can keep it."
"Much obliged! I notice you left your
nocketlsHik lyinir on the desk. -fiw
York Sun. -
He bouiiht a liranJ tew pair of shoes.
He tiiouKitt be d ret auuie aiau;
lie then OiacoTernl that be lacked
The latest tliiu; h; liaU.
Il liouKhl ona. tma bm trouam bagged;
llr. ordered tao saw pair.
And then, stmnire tact: bo uottced that
ill tiuat waa quite tlnrmdoare.
He l;ou;ht another. Then be taw
t-ome wautcoats. Just the thiug I
He bad to set sou ties to match;
He bought a diamond ring.
H Jubied threw clubs. He bought a bono.
Then changed a for a team;
He hough a Bailing yacht at first,
And tbeo moved up to steam.
He bought those thingav-and many mora.
This man eo great and w aw.
For during bis career be had
The tens to advertise.
Tom Maasoa la Qolluor and Furaatber.
Ominous. Actor to prompter: When
does my cue come? ' Directly; Con t you
hear tbe tudience ara already beginning
toaissf V. - -
Atk Tear Fnsaas Absat I.
Tour distressioK cough can le cured.
We koow it because Kemp's Balsam
within tbe past few years has cured so
many coughs and colds In this commun
ity. JUk some friend who has used tt
what be thinks of Kemp's Balsam. There
is nn medicine so pure, none so effective.
Large bottles 60c and tl at all druggists.
Ta Bervoas Debilitated me.
If you will send me yonr address we
rill mail you onr illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
tbeir charming eaTecta upon the nervous
debilitated system, and bow they will
quickly restora yon to vigor, manhood
and health, ram pb let rree. li ynu are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances oa a trial.
Voltaic BELT VO.. Mars nan, alien.
li ma I ii a in t
ito w a aiaAa
Uaaaraoara a a.
l uaf MAajd
tunni r irrn lira
KlkiULfHOLU Sta bu4r
w .at Wlartiwr t.ajil4M aar.
if Ttoataaaa a Kal. VUM ood o df 11 IK.
.tuimii eicrit i ce a
L i a al r i ilu.. i
raoi oo ilaiaaa aaa oiu
m s.ajr, to aaii ertaaraao. to woueav
Jtaiaaawiiii ! anotaoaa
nmt taallla Ikirfe or diroru? oaak too
" J Jinaaai in".aal 1 1 ! alar
I rfaoarla aaliw )aanreoda..r.p
I rtiaioj u da-r loMaieiolobaaoaaa
Attractive and Premising Investtnecls
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Wfilai bavr Iia-IM. oll l'o.Ld bofM oruo
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A eusttatr dr.nhM. er mruaw a. for
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VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE,
Satld Cifn tat Ttt'M daijv tH-tetoe a OiJrwro aad Mln rural potas aad for PwtSL
.kTwJV.riiH aariinm tair tan illu-a) ta aad frara tNrm t-ao aaa
In tbe pursuit of the gooa thinfjs of
nis world we anticipate too much; we
sat out the heart and sweetness of world
Iv nleasures by delightful forethought of
them.' The results ontainea irom toe use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, aod all
itomach, liver, kidney and . bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifler, a sure cut for ague and
malarial cUaeaaea. Prica, M cents, of
Allays Pain and
Deals th Bores
.y iry i
try to cureIIAY-FEYER
A pwrUefct a apolled lata eorh aoatrll aad
ananlilo. SnaiSiawa at ontrrvwo: bv a
ilataad.Oaeiita. 1LV BRvlfaKKA, ttaf
ii'. r i Dntarii - " - - -
aad Maul roll a. n UocK I Cana. Tbw M'W Lsm d nnM, w
town. Sumi faDd. an4 taw ourririawr staaonw aaa uawiini
tWk FHOKT USE VIA SFNIbCA AD KAKKAXn mtfmrJimm ta
trwewt LttKwovo Ctoctonwu. Itaaapouw, Uiar-Wa, aaa acU fciufta. S.
T.li. iiriU.a ioatwwcandi- b irnn City, mrirtawipoiia. waa Pk rauL
rOf TICISW. BSWtTO. rtori
Of&cwla Lb Ututaxlatauasor
E, ST. JOHN.
, apply- to mar
-ALL KINDS or
A specialty af foraJealaa all kteoy
of Store wttk Caouw( at aaald
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
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