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There are some natenir mM
-nos that are more runl.
!0Us than a dozen doctors'
,rCcr:pnons, out they re, not
hcec that profess to cure
Vc-yboc!y, now and then,
" run down," " slaved
Iheyve the , but
n rower to generate vitalitv.
T!w re net sick enough to
ca'.I a doctor, but ju-t too
1 f -T
to do v.eu. ihats
Tfr.t medicine comus in
a:ii coes for a dollar -what
the doctor wouldn't co for
tnan r.ve cr ten.
rut in our cla::n frr
pr. Pierce's Golden Modical
We claim it to be .in un
ni.ilod remedv to mm'tV
the blood and invisrorate the
:vcr. ue claim it to be
a?::r.g in its effects, creating
;r. appetite, nurifvinp- rhf
1 , J
1 ',-ion. and nrevontmrr f:;!;nc
' r o
Typhoid and Malarial fevers
:- ;.:A.-yi m time. The time
to take it is when you first
ct. the signs of weariness and
wt:l"iss. The time to take
i:. on general principles, is
l"." . t S"5 TH THE CEQ3SAWY CFTh.S COCNTVfcxl CSTAH
, n.uAikE iN?oMroN rou a study or th;s wu of the
fticaprM JM & Pacific Eft
Tj- riirt Hmte to and from Cfciraso. Joist. Ottawa.'
F - .-.i. L Su'.le, Molme, Rick Iilaud. In ILLINOIS;
?: icri. W'iBtTW. Audubna. Ear'.an asai Council
i -." ha; Jiwimpiuii acu St. rui, to
KL.- 7TA; Wawstnwn mod ox Falls, la DAKOTA;
Cwroa, St wph and Eaoms City, In XLSSOTTRI ;
C.L.iaa. Lincoln. Fa:rhcry a&i Kl,o. in XI
A'.v.lt .'i.avnw.:rth. Hcrton. Topvita. Eutchlcson.
V .-t.iti, Efilerille, Abilene. Iodp CiCV, Caswell, in
:.".vy5-? : Kitjrtsher. l Rno aad Ulnco, la I3TDIAX
Tii:.r:ITuET; Denver, ColoraJo Springs aad Pueblo,
i mit'ILUK). Traverses new areas of n h Ormicj
:.: j-artne land. aSvrdlng- the beat faciliu-a of Inter
vi -xutlcaiion u, all town and dun aoa- and
r, and snmbwett of Ciocao and to idc aad
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRJ-ZXS
L-j.! r.t; al! eompetltnri la aplendnr of equipment,
CHICAOO and DEd M0IKE9. COrxaL
P:TTF and OMAHA, and between CHI7AGO and
ICKVEr., CTiLORADO SPRIi'GS asd PUEBLO, r-.a
K.iI.iA- CITY and TOFEEA aad m ST JOeJErH.
1. -Ctm r-ar Oiachea, FP.EE r.ECLC'I"G CHAIR
C asd Palace Sloepen, with Inning Cir SerrUre.
C. .-. ;.anctiocj at D"nTer and Culerado Si riegs with
I'.r-frff-i? railway linej, bow forming the new ana
T5AXS-R0CKY MOUNTAIN iOUTZ
f'vr which ranerbly-eqralppei tralrj run dally
TlIR.-iI-GH VIXHOCT CHANGE te and from Salt
LneCitr. Otrler asd San Fnclaco. T3IE EOCK
I'i-AVD ii also the Direct ana Farorlte line to and
U a. Manltou. Pike'j Peak and all ether aaoiury asd
reeortaandcUies and uiiningdntrtcul:j Colorado.
ZA2LY FAST X2TRESS TRAINS
F.-a. St. J.jwh and Huw City to and fnm all lm
xTant towns, cities and eectiona in Southern Xebruaa,
Kuc.as aTid the Indian Territory. Also vk ALBEET
LHA BOtTE from Kansas Cltv and Chicagc to Water-X-rr.
Bdux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUX.
cr r.r.ectionE; for all points north and northwest between
tiie w and the Pacific Coast.
r.- Ticket. Maps. Folders, or desired liiformatloD
at I '-la Uij Coupon Ticket Office In the Ci-ited States
or Cta, or address
E. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Gen': Manager, Cent Tkt. & Pasj. Act,
XTTILL be under the supervision of the
VV BurUntrton. Ceaer Rapids is Northern
fcailwaj-. W. J. MORRISON, Mana?er, and
v.-Ui be open for the reception o. jrueata
June 15th in each year. Yiflitprs mil find
is Crat-claes in aU of its eppoirtments,
oeingT supplied with eras, hot aid cold
water bathe, electric bells and all moaern
improveniernta. team laundry, bllliara
halls, bowlinp alley, etc., and positively
tree from annoyance by mosquitns.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
wiu be placed on sale at the con .men oe
raent of tourist season by the Bur Unsrton.
Cedar Rapids it Northern Rallw ay and
ell of Its connecting' lines at low rates to
the following points: Spirit Lak. Iowa:
WatervlUe, Minneapolis, St. Peul and
Lase Minnetcnka. Minnesota; Lite su
perior points; Tellowstone Part and
potnts In Colorado.
Write for "A Midsummer Para Use to
the General Ticket and Paesensrei Aerent,
Cedar Rapids. Iowa; for hotel rates to
-V. j. MOKRISON. Manager. Spir t liaise.
C. 1. IVES.
rM't mi entauft
j. F. HANEG.
ma1 r u ' "nt
- TH AllGUS. TUESDAY, JUKE 16. 1891. 3
The Crr of Pl...
We bare infinitely more sympathy for
the man In the pillory than for the rabble
that pelt him. The one may have pro
voked onr dislike, bat the other provokes
our loathics. The actual wrong that the
Placiamt has committed is nothing cora
psrwi to the injustice and iceqaalitv of bis
punishment. He has borrowed, and failed
tOBckrjovledSe the debt; he cannot reallv
be said to ha ve stolen, except in the extreme
case of his altering and marring the idea
that he borrowed, and that case is of rare
occurrence. If be borrows and improves
we have .Vilton as an authorit v for savins
that lie has cot plagiarized at alL
Hardly a single case occurs to us of com
p.amt from the original ownerof the ideas
Iherewas the story of John Dennis, who
fonnd that the management of his theater
had substituted "Macbeth" for his own
play, but had retained the use of the stace
thunder which he had been at snch pains
to invent. "See how the rascals use me""
be cried. "They will not let my plav run
and yet tbey steal my thunder." Bnt that
could not fairly be called a case of plagiar
ism, for there can be but little doubt that
the thunder was improved bv being asso
ciated with the play of "Macbeth" instead
of that of "Appius and Virginius." Spec
tator. The Air of Citiea.
Some'alarming statistics have been col
lected in Manchester, England, which
show to what an extent the public health
suffers from the impcritv of air in cities.
It was found that the deaths from respira
tory diseases, which are nominallr about
sixty per week in that city, reached during
a foggy week in December 300. Observa
tions were made at various points of the
city and thequantity of sulphuric and car
bon was estimated. This quantity was ob
taiaed by ascertaining the amount carried
down by the snow by collecting deposits
on the roofs of greenhouses, and by exam
ining the incrusTJition on the leaves of out
It was found that during three davs of
foe au amount equal to &X) weight of" sul
phuric acid was carried down by the snow
in one part of the city, and farther away
from the center, near Owens college, the
amount was over 400 weight, the "blacks"
over two tons, and the hydrochloric acid
about 200 weight. One of the results of the
inquiry has been to emphasize the demand
for cheaper gas, so as to stimulate its use
for heating purposes in lieu of coal. Xew
York Commercial Advertiser.
Ttie keynote of the -kindergarten is Fro
bel's. reiterated aphorism, "The harmonious
growth of our whole teVs." A mother Ja
a suburban town, where a kindwTjmrsgi
has recently been established, felt, bow
erer, that her young daughter ol five'mnst
have some protruding bumps fa sym
metry of her development when stm fj&l
hwfra a fit of inlanie vexatifen, "I dottft
limiyou; you a ota-$ nastxjaralltlap
ipedon!" ew York Iibms.
Ornee ice at Krell fc Math's; iry a
The Crown dininir room serves a hotter
meal for 25 cents than any other place
in the city.
S:x percent loans by the Rock Island
Bui'.dlDg and Loan association Tuesday
evening June 16.
MiU sh&ke. lemonade and all other
temperance drinks at KreK & Math '6;
when thirsty stop in.
Vanilla and chocolate ice cream and
orange ice at Krell & Math's; stop when
passing and try a dish.
Lost A small sky terrior. answers to
the name of "Tag-tag." Please return
to Oil Eighteenth street and rece:ve re
ward. Trv our orange ice and then pies your
opinion on it We make it extra rich
and fine, using nothing but the fruit
juice. Kreii & Math's ice cream parloT.
J.J. Lerch. the well known painter,
paper hanger, grainer, kalsominer, etc.,
is prepared to do ail kinds of work in his
line in first class manner. Shop No.
309 Eighteenth street.
Do Ton Cough!
Don't delay. Take Kemp's Balsam, the
best cough cure. It will cure your
coughs arid colds It will cure pains in
the chest. It will cure influenza and
bronchitis and all diseases pertaining to
the rungs because it is a pure balsam.
Hold i:to the light and see how c'.e&r and
thick it is. You will gee tLe excellent
effect after takine the first dosr. L-re
bottles Sue and 1
My catarrh wag very bad For 80
years I have been troubled with it have
tried a number of remedies without re
lief. A rtruegist advised Ely's Cream
Balm. I have used only ooe bottle and
I can say I feel like a new mc. I made
this voluntary statement that others may
know of tbe Balm. J W. Mathewson,
(Lawyer,) Pawtucket. K. I.
In almost every 'neighborhood there is
some ODe or more persons whose lives
have bf en saved by Chamberlain's colic,
cholera and diarrhoea remedy, or who
bBve been cured of chronic diarrhoea by
it. Such persons take special pleasure
in recommending the remedy to others.
The praise that follows the introduction
and use makes it very popular. 25 and
50 cent tottles for sale by Hartz & Bahn
For a troublesome cougb there 19 noth
ing better than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It, strengthens tbe pulmonary
orgHne, allays any irritation and eBec-.
tuaily cures tbe cough. It is especially
valuable for tbe cough which so often
follows an attack of the grip. For sale
by Har'z & Bahnsen. druggists.
The only corrplexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
iojur? to '.he user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni'e.
ESCAPE 07 FBIS0HEBS
The Tcport'.tliat prisoners hare been and ate
constantly escaping from that malignant gaoler,
liver complaint. In fully corroborated by the eelf
liberated capticea. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
arc, they any, the means by which they fret rid of
their fetters. Few altogether avoid the bondage
of this aliment, and few are unacquainted witii
its signs, viz: pain through the right side and
6houlder blade, furred tongue, jellownessof the
eyeba'.ls and skin, soar breath, sick headache,
dvsp-txla and constipation. Hostetter's Stom
acii BiiSt" puts a prompt period to these, briu
them to u fn.l stop in short order. Whether tue
trouble is chronic or temoorary, this medicine is
enualiy cflcctive. reralaiing the liver and uoweis
thoiou--h:y. I! i likewise a sovereign remedy
for rhimiiatism, kidney complaint, ma'aria.
htartburu aud nervousness.
fe'-l EeadECteEnd relieve b!1 tbetrrablss fncfr
cent to a bilious etateof tbe system, auca aa
23:7jiess. NiUaea. Drovrsinesa. Distress after
csticg. 1-aiii In the S:Je, to. Wiilo their most
reuiltale success has been shown in cusuig
EeaSacbe. rt Carter's tittle Ltvw T-T.i are)
dually valuable in Constipation, ennna anj pre
Vcntlc; tbisacacyicc complaint, wiule'they alsa
correct all Uis.:irdersof thestomaii .stimulate th
Lvar aad regulite lUe bowela. Svaau theycolf
Acbs they wccld be atocs t priceless those wtl
af.'er from this distwsfiag complaint; butfom
tjately thairp"odnesa doea noendhere.andthosa
whoencetry thetn will find tbeae littla pilUval
e-e in so maty T-ay that they will not ba vj
iig to do witiont tiiem. But after ailaick liaac
'isfhebaseof so zmcy litre that here la wSers
we make our great boast. Oar pills cure it waJa
Others do cot.
Carter's Little Liver PCls are very small aa4
Tery easy to take. Onecr two pilla makaa doee.
Thty are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
turps, butty tLeir gentle action please all wba
csetbem. bTialsat25cents; favetor il. Said
by druggists emrywhere, or seat by rrl.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PilL. SMALL DOSE. SHALL PRICt
For Sale. Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at c per word
and one week at Ho per word.
"Situations wanted" and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
WAVTED A girl for general housework at
1CS-4 Seeond avenue. io
WANTED -Situation as tousckeeaer; call at
&t James hotel.
WANTED Traveling men : salary ; references.
SS Times building, Chicago. 1
WANTED i. good strong woman as second
cook at J.J. rlynn's restaurant, J45 Fifth
avenue; good wages to right party. 1 )
MEN WANTED Salary and expenses: per
manent place; apply at once. B&owa Bane.
Co . Nnrserymen. Chicago. 14
MONET TO LOAN On chattel mortgaires,
watcbes. diamonds. Jtwelry, and all articles
of value. J. W. Jones, lfiH Second avenue. -tf
WANTED Two or three good men to repre
sent our well known bouse for town and city
trade: local and traveling. $100 and expenses
per month to the richt man. Apply quick, stat
ins ace. L. L. Mat lc Co. Nurserymen, Florists
rnd beedsmen. St. Paul, Minn.
(Tb J house is responsible.
NEW COLORINQS H
Dining Rooms 53
Frieze and Ceiling
We have arranged with the bes: Paper Bangers
and Painters in the city to take charge of our work.
Satisfactory results can be relied on.
R. CRAMFTON & CO.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ.Pharmacirt
PamcBiraoKe a Spicialtt.
Fourth Ave. andTwentv-Third St.
John Volk & Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
EUthteenth St., bet. Third and Fourth eves.
HENRY C. SOHAFFER,
SOFT AND HAKD
OiEce 143 Second avenue, corner Fif leenth tV.
Telephone Ko. 1053.
We have just
JWe invite everybody
CARSE & CO., have just what you want in a
comfortable, shapely, durable and cheap shoe.
"f.imtif. a tniiis.Dt trnstrencTUthkin. R-
ImMu .11 r.iiT.iils frvrkUn and tli!roloraUon. For
IsoJe by all tlitJadiliFrtn. or iiiAiled for M ct
f II CI TlMC'C Teaches its students a
VALtLllltLO trade ani then starts
TTT them in railroad service,
SCHOOL, OF fcona for eircniars .
TELEGRAPHY j f 1wwabsvuxb. k
received tlie first shipment of
FOR THE EARLY-
Spring season of
to call and examine them.
The Pioneer Clothier and Hatter,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
THE SEASON FOR
AND LOW SHOES.
j. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
oar new t k of
1622 Second Avenue