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All the year round, you may
Jrcly uPon Pierce's Golden
the blood and invigorate the
system. It's not like the
sarsaparrllas, that arc sai,l to
be ouoJ for the blood in
March, April and May. The-
Golden Medical Discovery M
works equally well at all
times, and in all cases of
blood - taints, or humors, no
matter what their name or
It's the cheapest blood -purifier,
sold through druggists,
because you only pay for the
good you get.
Your money is returned if
it doesn't benefit or cure you.
Can you ask more?
"GolJen Medical Dis coven-"
contains no alcohol to
inebriate, and no syrup' or
sugar to derange digestion.
It's a concentrated vegeta
ble extract; put up in large
bottles; pleasant to the taste,
and equally good for adults or
The "Discovery" cure all
Skip., Scalp and Scrofulous
affections, as Eczema, Tetter,
Salt-rheum, Fever-sores, White
Swellings, Hip -joint disease
and kindred ailments.
IVrfJl'STEB TH THE GCOSMiltY Of TH3 CDUKTRT U C8TJUJI
VALUABLE INFORMATION FflOM A STUDY OF THIS VtP OF THE
CMcap, M Islani & Pacific By,
The Direct TUuLc io and from Chicago, Jciirl. Guam,
fporlu, L Sa!l, Mnline, Rock Island, In IL1.ISOI3;
Iarcnport, Muscat. nf, Ottumwa, Chilcaloesa, Des
Hilnw, Vinterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Eiuffj, in loWA; Minneapolis and St. Paul, :n MIX-
j.E.OTA; Water-own and Sioux Fails, In DAKOTA:
Cimeron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, in MISSOURI;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, In NEBRASKA;
AlcLlson, Leavenworth, Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson.
Wichita. Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Calcwell. in
KANSAS ; Kingfisher, El Eeno and Minco, In INDIAN
TERRITORY : Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
ar.i grazitig lanas, affording the best faculties of Inter
communication to aU towns and cities east and west.
norDtrp and southwest of Chicago and to Fa:iuc and
trans-ocean lc seaports.
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
L p.liiiff all competitors In splendor of equipment.
tw,n CHICAGO and DE3 MOINES. OCNCIL
BLUFFS and OMATTA, and between CHICAGO and
I-r.N'VER, COLORADO SPRINGS and TFELLO, via
KAMsAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSErH.
Firft-C'lav Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAI1S. and I'alnce Sl.?epers, with Dining Car Service.
( iue crmuecti.ins at Denver and Colorado Spriigs with
cirerRir. tu,hvay lines, now formiug tlxe l.ew and
t STANDARD GAUGE
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which 'iperb!v-quipped trains run dally
THRorOH WITHorT CHANGE to and f:om Salt
Lake City, Og len anil San F-ncisco. THE ROCK
I LAND is ali the DireA and Favorite Lice to and
from Manitou. Tike s Peak nnd all jitlier annl-ary tnrt
s::-:lic rsortand cities and mining districts In Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
F rum St. Joseph and Kanias City to and frorx all im
portant towns, cities and sections In Southern Nebraska.
Kama- and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
l.F A eoite from Knnn.i City and Chicago 1 1 W'ator-
t 'wn. Si.mi Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST PAUL.
co:ir.frti,,!ip f(ir all points north and northwest betweeD
the lak and the Pacifi ? Coast.
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired lnf rmntion
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office in the TJnit.-d States
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Oen'l Manajcr, GenT Tkt. & Tass Act,
CHIC A 30. ILL.
WILL. Toe under the supervision of the
Rnrltnorton. Cedar EaDids Be Nc rtbern
Railway. W. J. MORRISOlCManager, and
will be open for the reception of gruesta
June 1 5th. in each year. Visitors ill And
is first-class In all of its appointments.
beingr supplied with gras, hot and cold
water baths, electric bells and all modern
improvements, Jteam laundry, billiard
halls, bowling alley, eta, and positively
tree from annoyance rjy mosquito i.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
will be placed on sale at the commence
ment of tourist season by the Burl ngton.
Cedar Rapids St Northern Railway and
all of it mnnectiru? lines at low rates to
the following points: Spirit Lake Iowa;
Watervllle, Minneapolis, St. Patil and
Lake Minnetcnka. Minnesota; Lake Su
perior Mints: Yellowstone Park and
nointa In fVilorftrlo.
Write for "A Midsummer Paradise" to
the Gennmi Ticket and Passenrer Asent,
Cedar Rapids. Iowa; for hotel nitea to
ClTlVBK I. E. HANNEGAN.
Ttte Exeretaea at Aasns'aia t'ollrge
VfMtrdar-Applicants tor Ordina
The thirtieth annual commencement of
Augu.-taa college and theological semin
ary yesterday proved well attended and
highly entertaining. The exorcise were
held in the college chapel and included
orations in the Swedish language by Join
Johnson, Alfred L. Scott, Aueust T.
Fant, Ernest W. Olson, and in the Eng
lish by Joseph Brandelle, John A.. Ed,
lund, Carl O. Johnson and J. Reynold
Brown, with the valedictory by Carl J.
Sodergren. The degrees were conferred
on 13 graduates by the president of the
college. The exercises were interspersed
with music, etc. These exercises occurred
in the morning; in the afternoon an in
teresting programme was carried out,
followed by a gymnastic exhibition in
jubilee hall. In the evening a conserva
tory concert was given.
The applicants for ordination in the
Carl O. T. Almen, Ausust H. Hosberr.
Otto H. Ardahl. Nils J. Lundahl, Peter
A. Carlson, Anders Mattson. Carl, A.
Carlsted, O. E. Mefferd, Henning Oo
liaader. August J. Rodell, John G. Dahl
berg, Gustaf O. Schoberg. John Eiholai,
Oia Strand. Lrs J. Fihn. Gustaf A. Swan
burg and Lars Venhberg.
Aatooiatir Time isiinnl.
The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
railroad company hss just completed the
most perfect time system ever put in op
eration. A code of signals giving the
ex-iet time wi:i hereafter be sent automat
ically over the entire system. Each day
at three minutes before 4 o'clock an oper
ator in the general office at Chicago be
gins sending out the word "time." Thi9
goes over the trunk lines and is a signal
ti evtry operator on the system t j "switch
in" the branches. The rest of the work
is performed automatically by a piece of
mechanism that has just been introduced,
and which is used in this way for the first
time. The time reporter, :n response to
the ticking of the master clock, begins
sending automatically a code of signals.
The fin hi signal is given, which indicate)
that it is just 4 o clock . Simultaneous' y
the clocks on the entire system have been
corrected for the day. By this device
Should the clock be fast or slow, the
hanis are automatically pulled into place
at 4 o'clock.
The New Conductor.
"The new conductor can't hide the fact
that he is new," said the old man at the
barn as he saw the new man on his car.
"The passengers get onto him before be
thinks they do. He is looking all the time
as if be was expecting somebody to cheat
him or as if he expected to make a mistake
on himself about change. He is always
looking out for the names of the streets
lest he make a wrong call, and two to one
he will do it oftener than he makes a right
call. All this apprehension makes him
fidgety, and that iiialr.es him cross, and he
has a row' with some nervous woman
about paying full fare for her chihi. He
gives himself dead away to the passengers
who have lieen traveling on the line any
length of time. Your veteran conductor
never wastes any time with a cross woman.
"In the first place he gains nothing by it.
and in the next place he loses the respect
of his passengers bf it, and a conductor
never knows what minute he will want
the friendship of aassenger to help him
out of a hole with the company. If a con
ductor shows that he has the comfort of his
passengers at heart they will always take
care of him, even at the expense of the
company. The heart of the public is all
right if you treat it in the right way. The
young conductor learns t his in the course
of time, but he has to get knocked down
about fifteen times before he does." Chi
The Owl and Farmers 1'cstH.
It must, be remembered that Britain is
essentially an agricultural country, and
that if its fauna is a diminutive one it is
none the less- formidable. We have ten
tiny field creatures, constituting an army
in themselves, that if not kept under
would quickly devastate our fields. These
ten species consist of four mice, three voles
and three shrews. Individually so tiny
are these thct auv one species could com
fortably curl itself up in the divided shell
of a horse chestnut.
But farmers well know that if these
things are small they are by no means to
be despised. ow that the corn crops are
cut and the liay housed the field vole and
the meadow mouse are deprived of their
Knmmerhelter; Of this the barn owl is
perfectly awire, and at evening he may be
seen sweeruug low over the meaaows see.-
ing whom he may devour. Cornhill Maga
It' the Passengers.
"I cau run a passenger train at the rate
of a mile.for every fifty-five seconds," Bays
an old railroad engineer, "but the passen
gers wouldn't stand it. When I get on a
speed of forty miles an hour the coaches
sway so that half the people become frighu-
ened and demand a slower speed, ue-
troit Free Press.
Weeks I want a cigar very bad.
Wentman Yes? Strange taste! (to deal
er) Just hand Mr. Weeks ene of thoce
five cent fumigators, will you? American
rozzoni s Complexion I'owder pro
duces a soft and beautiful i-kin; it com
bines every element of beauty and purity
Woe! Woe TJnntiersD e Woe
W hy endure it daily, tightly, we had well nigh
said, hourly. 1 hey do who are tortured by chronic
rheumatism. The remedy, botanic, pure, safe
and prompt is at hand. Were the evidence
beha'f of Hostettei'a Stomach Bitters colla'ed, it
wouli be found to teem with well authenticated
proofs that the medicine is both a preventive and
a remedy in this malady of Tarviug agonies and
ever prewnt danger To forestall its chronic stage
is the dictate of prudence. Renounce dangerous
medication. Far more affective, more certain.
more permanent in the beneficent consequences
is tne use oi me tjuwra. Mxpeneoce indorses,
the recommendation of physicians sanction its
use. Begin earl, use with persistence, and
expect relief. Hcstette'rs btomach Bitten re
lieves constipation, biliousness, kidney ailments.
dyspepsia ana malarial trouoie.
THE ARGUS, ( FRIDAY,
My catarrh was verv bad. Fnr art
years I huve been troubled with it have
tried a ul ruber of remerii
lief. A flrutcist advised F.lr'a Cr.m
Balm. I have used nnlv nnn hrittl onl
csn siy I feel like a new man. I made
this voluotarv statement that nthprs msr
know of the Balm. J W. Mathewson.
(Liwver.) Pawtucket. R. I.
Kick Headache and relieve all the troubles f3Cf
dent to a bilious state of the system, suoh aa
Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after
eating. Pain in the Side, Arc While their most
remarkable success has been shown in cuxing
Headache, yt Carter's Littla Liver Pi3a ara
equally valuabloin Constipation, enring and pre
venting thtsanncyingcomplaint.vhild they also
correct all disorders of tae&tomaohtiuiulacetht
iivor and regulate the boweia. veu.it they oal$
' Alt'e they wonla be almost priceless to tho3 wr. 9
eu?ter from thisdiatrssini; complaint; butfr-rra-I.i'eiy
their goodness dcc3 no.eua hcre.aii- i t AB9
Ti-hocncetrythera v,'ii! find tneseliitlopiltt'-i-r.jlo
in eomany ways that tliy vail not ho ti .(
2a. io do v.itiiout iuxn. But after ailsick hetkl
In th tana cf so many Uvea that hors is wisra
mr.'Ke cur great boost. Cv-r iiilts our it -waila
Carter's Li. .,9 Liver V.IU are vry small aai
very easy io take. One cr two pi:l4 aiaLex ,Io.v.
IhJy are strictly vegetable aud do not gripe or
l-urt. but by Uicir gentle action plsaiwall who)
tiiein. Iaviaisnt25cents; hvefortt. &Jit2
ty drugila evorjwlre, or sect ty ciiiL
CARTER EDtC!NE CO., New York.
SKALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PSiCfc
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per -word; three days at c per word
and one weelc at Ho per word.
Situations wanted and local '"Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
FOK RSNT Hou-e of eleven rooms: good
well and cintern. 2109 Fifth avenue. ;9
TTT ANTED Situation as
Icusckeerer; call at
St James hotel.
WANTED Traveling men: salary; references.
23 Times building, Chicago. 1
WANTED A strong boy abont IS cr 20 years
old at No. 600 Fourth avenue; German pre
TTTANTED A equation
book keeper or
W clerk; address C. 21 this office
WANTED A position as clerk in grocery,
clothiii!; or genu f urult-hing store. Address
f mi omce.
Men for nice busiress; ood pay:
il permanent position;
address Oiler & an
Rock Island. 2S-lw
nr ANTED -A sfong, healthy good looklrg bev
W to adopt; age II years: would l:ke to ulace
him in a email lamily ; call at St. James hotel. 4
f ANTED Lady to travel : no canvassing: sal-
IT ary 40 per month and expenses; call at room
47 v hitlaker ijuiiaiug, Liavcnporr. 4-bt
VITANTKD-Acttve yonrg man to ma age branch
Vt effi-'e: salary S'-iHI per yea-: mni furnish
giod tefererce anu $:i50 ca-h capital: room 47,
sitlaker tsuuaing. uavenport. t
aTEN WANTED Salary ao'l cspenees: ptr-
XVJ. manent place ; apply at once, liuuns bnw.
, Nurserymen, Chicago. 14
HJTONEY TO LOAN On chat'el mortgages.
XVX watches, diamonds, jewelry, and all articles
of value. J. W. Jones, ltl4 Second avenue. -tf
TT7 ANTED '
wo or three good men to repre
sent our well known hou-e for town ana city
trade: local and traveling. li and expenses
per month to the right man. Apply quick, stat
ing ace. L. L. .H1T0E to. .unenuieu, riunna
ind Seedsmen. St. Pul, Slinn.
(Th s house is responsioie.
Fiieze and Ceiling
We have arranged with the best Paper Hangers
and Painters in the city to take charge of our work.
Satisfactory results can be relied on.
R. CRAMPJON & CO.
-1IA3 INVESTED A-
which does Its work in a thorough manner.
(nt thoroughly purifies the air and remove
all oDOOXious ameua. ui n . swu
Pbice, 60 Chuts Peb Bottle.
OlTTLE r-"-5Vf I
JUNE 5, 1891
We have just
J3T"We invite everybody to
CARSE & CO., have just what you want in a
comfortable, shapely, durable and cheap shoe.
" !in.Hi brilliant tranaBarencv to the akio. B,
Fmn.H .11 nin.nlM. frwkln and discoloration. For
I Me bjr ak) rt-clM jnnrg-t or mailed for 60 eta
VUELTIMt'S SfSSSr 'K
i atudenta a
.i i n n
DuawM Henaror ctreaiar
IVH JiMMTiifca. Wis.
received the first shipment of our
-FOR THE EARLY-
Spring season of
call and examine them.
The Pioneer Clothier and Hatter,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
THE SEASON FOR
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in-Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
new stock of
1622 Second Avenue
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Tnrt ud 0a-l lt. Osa! SMksl !