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THEAKGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17,1891.
A signal strvice
t0 weak womankind is the Aiding
p lost health the building-cp of
i. a run -down" system. Noihing
joes it so surely as Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. It cure s all
tj,f derangements, irregularities and
ve:ikne.ses peculiar to the sex. It's
the most perfect of strength-givers,
julj siting tone and vigor to the
system. For overworked, de
biii'.atei teachers, milliners, toam
strosS " shop - girls," nu.-sir.g
cjnrhcrs, and feeLle women gen-er-:'y,
it is the greatest ea.tWy
kvn, being uneqnaled as an ippe
tuir.sr cordial and restorative t inic.
favorite Prescription " gives
Mtitaction in every case, or msney
piil for it is promptly refardei
That's the way it's sold ; that's tho
iuy its makers prove their faith
in it. Contains co alcohol to ine
briate ; no syrup or sugar to de
nize (iicrstion ; a legitimate tiudi'
fiVc, not a leverage. Pur!y vege
table and perfectly harralets in any
condition of the system. World's
Pifnrr.sary Medical Afsociaiion,
ProW's. 003 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
:-" TH THE GtOGRArHY Of TH:s COUNTRY V. :t . C3T!H
"MCaUATiON FR3M A STUDY Of THIS VU CF THE
Clip, Boct IU & Pacific Ryj
T:.e I'irft Pout to and from Chicago, Jo!lt. Ottawa,"
r-.ii, La M.ilme. Rock Island, in ILLINOIS;
L'irfp.irt, Muscatin?, otuiinwa, Osalooa Des
X lr.es, V.'lntfrvt. Audubon, Harlan and C mncil
E.afft Id IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul. In MIX
KEji'Ta; Watertown and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
Cianan, St. Jaserh and Kunu City, in MISSOURI;
Oaaii, Uscoln, Fairliurr and Nelson, tn XEBRA SEA ;
Aidis.&. Leavenworth. Hmon, Topeka, Hutcbinson,
T..cl.;u. Bellevilie. Abilene, Iwdge City, CaldWill, In
K.'.N'-.V-; Kingisher, El Reno and Mlnco, In IXDIAX
TLRRITOF.Y; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pieblo,
i: CwLoEaImj. Traverses new inn of rtch farming
ku im.Lg lands affording the beat fncill'Jes of Imer-c--.u,aic:ion
to. all towns and cities east and west,
MrtLwf-B and southwest of Chicago and to racif c and
VZSTZ3ULE EXPRESS TRAINS
L:aJr.- all coturetltnrs In splendor of eoulrment.
U!-r. cniCAf'.O and DES 3IOIXES. COUNCIL
I u FFs and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER. COLOKAli.l SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
K.VXjA CITi- and TOPEKA and via ST. Jof-EPH.
Iira-Uasi Iar Coaches, FKEE EF.CLIXIXO CilAIB
I AIL- and Palace Floors, with Dining Car Service.
C :e r.ccfctiinsai Iwnver and Colorado Sprinir with
iiitrs:-.t rallrar lines, now forming the ne anj
THANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
rr which superMyralpped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and fron Salt
LaKe Cit7. drdeo r.d San Fnciaco. THE I OCK
I-LAN"!) is also the Direct ana Favorite Line t and
fr.m Manitou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
tctnic resorts and cities and mining districts in Coir rail a
iAZLT rAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all im
portant towns, cities and sections In Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory- AUo via ALI ERT
LEA Br UTE from Kansas 01 it and Chicago to M ater
towu. s.oux FalU, MINNEAPOLIS and BT. PAUL.
connectlong for all points north and northwest bet
i lik and the Pacific Coast.
Fr Tickets, Mara, Folders, or desired Information
aprlr to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United S tatea
iuaoa, or addreaa
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Wl Manager, Genl TkX d. Pass. A L,
WIL be under tbe supervision of the
. Burllngrton, Cedar Kapida as Nortn Jrn
Ra'iway, v. J. MORRISON, Manaerer. una
tt- . 1 1 i - . . .. f m i a Ma
June 1 5th in each year. Vialtora will 1 na
is first-class in all of Its eppotatrmente,
oeing' supplied with t?aa, hot and cold
water baths, electric bells and all modurn
uiprovementa, team lauaury, unuuu
balls, bowUntr alley, etc, and positively
Iru, w nnn, , i - r-
ii una annoyances vy w
ROiiain.TDiD rvrtlRSION TICKETS
1U be placed on sale at the commen ce
dent of tourist season by the Burlintrtan.
Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway e nd
a'l of its connectinsr lines at low ratett to
thA i . cinirir. Tlre. lot 7a:
Watfirrrtii KtinnMrMills. St. Paul f nd
Lake Minnetcnka. Minnesota; Lake Hu
nor points; Yellowstone Par it end
Write for "A Midsummer Paradise" to
e General Ticket and Passenger Agent,
Sdar Rapids. Iowa; for hotel rates to
w. j. MORRISON, Manager. Spirit Laie.
I think I hare read the riddle aright;
This is the desolate end.
An incident told amid langfater bright;
The last hand clasp of "a friend."
Oh. cerer his eye or hU tone spoke praise
Bnt speech would hurry after.
To thrust a sting in the honeyed phrase
Crt hide the look with laughter.
The air of the room is close! Let me
How my heart beats, dull and slow!
The smile is checked that my pallid Hps
Dear God, is it always so?
Thus ever a glimpse of the sun's swift ray.
That hides in the clouds and rain;
But never one long, sweet comforting day
After joyless nights of pain.
Was it the wine in my heart and brain
That so stirred a pulse long still?
The sweeter wine of a voice, did I drain?
Or ? Let It be as It will!
It has all gone under the clouds again.
The gliat of the sun on me;
While all that remain are the drops of rain.
Through which I can hardly see.
Cora Stuart Wheeler in Once a Week.
An Ordinary Life.
Birth, growth, maturity, decav. death
such is the normal history of man. The
three periods of life should sustain a cer
tain proportion to each other, twenty yecu-s
of growth, sixty years-of maturity, twenty
years of decay. This is what might be
counted upon as the ordinary course of
numan lile bat for the fact that we labor
under a load of ancestral transgressions of
physical and moral law, supplemented and
intensified by our own personal delinquen
cies and follies.
How pleasant is the picture! Twentv
years of happy childhood and youth, sixty
years of intellectual progress and achieve
ment, with domestic and social joys, anil
then twenty years of slow, almost uncon
scious decay, characterized by serenity ol
mind, pleasing memories and joyous antic
ipations of a grander life leyond" the grave.
Sadly different is human existence as we
see it. We look with wonder upon Glad
stone, past eitAty, still vigorous in body
and mind, still strong and wise to lead the
great Liberal party of England. We ac
cept threescore and ten as life's natural
limit, and expect only labor and sorrow il
this limit is passed.
We are doomed, we think, by our inher
itance; and to some extent this is true.
But we should remember the law of re
cuperation. The torn flesh heals; the
iiroken bone reunites. Diseases tend to
ward recovery. The weary toiler rise
from sleep strong for new labors. The
wise physician bases Lis hopes upon this
And this tendency of natnre to heal her
self may be greatly assisted by careful and
intelligent living, so that it is always pos
sible that the man of unfortunate ancestry
may secure for himself a good old ago and
start his posterity upon an ascending
plane. Youth's Companion.
A lloy's Way.
"I want a pane of glass," sail a boy
about ten years old, as he entered a gla
zier's on Sisth avenue.
"You are a bright boy to come after a
pane of glass and not know whether it is
bxlO or TJ0x40! How do you expect to
"Got the measure on my back see!"
He turned bis back and exhibited some
chalk marks, and the glazier pat the rule
on to find the size 9x11.
"Jest as good as bringing a string
with a knot in it, ain't it?" asked the
"That's what I told ma. Only trouble
is, if you meet a messenger boy and get
tip a fight, and he's tbe biggest, and he
flops you down and rolls you over in the
dirt, the marks might get rubbed and
vou'd take 'em for llx'J." New York
Old Gent I understand, sir in fact,
I know that you and my daughter are
edging very rapidly toward matrimony.
Penniless Suitor It is true, sir; and
although I am obliged to confess that it
will have to be a case of love in a cot
tage I hope
"Say no more. Love in a cottage is
the true ideal of happiness. You have
"Oh, thank you!"
"Providing you can show me the deed
for the cottage. Good-day. Good News.
Cannibal Tastes Differ.
"2To," said Miss Varden, "1 don't like
grown children; but I think little bits
of children are real nice. Don't you,
Old Bachelor Perhaps little bits
would be, but I don't like them whole.
Detroit Free Press.
Da Ton Conga!
D'to't delay. Take Kemp's 3i("im, the
best cough cure. It will cure your
couL'bs and colds. It wnl cure pams in
tbe chet. It will cure influenza and
bronchitis arid bll diseases pertaining to
the lunss because it is a pure bai&m
Hold ii to the light and bee how clear and
thick it is. You trill see tne excellent
effect after takint? the firet dose. Lrge
bottles 50c and $1.
Mr. John Caraehar. a mercu&nt at
Pamohtir. Fulton countv. Onio. savs that
St. Patrick's Pills are the best selling pills
be hard.es. I he reason is 'nai wey pro
duce a piessact cathartic tfftct and are
r-artain and thorough id tbeir action
Try them when you want a reliable ca
thartic. For sale by liar: z cc iJahnsen
Whether on pleasure bent or business
should take on every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly
nrl otWtiiallv on the kidnevs. liver and
bowels, preventing fever, headaches and
other forms of sickness. For sle in 50c
and tl bottles by all leading druggists.
ESCAPE Or PBI80HEBS
The reportithat prisoners have been and aie
constantly e.'caping from that malignant gaoler,
liver complaint. Is fully corroborated ty tbe self-
liberated captices. Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters
are, they ay, the means by which they get rid of
their fetters. Few altogether avoid the bondage
Of this ailment, and few are unacquainted with
its signs, viz : pain through the right side and
shoulder blade, furred tongue, yellowness of the
eyeballs and skin, soar breath, sick headache,
ivnTiala and constiDatlon. Hostetter' Stom
ach Bittert Date a Drotnpt period to thece, briDgs
tbem to a full stop in short order. Whether me
imnble is chronic or temporary, this medicine la
equally effective, regulating the liver and bowels
thoroughly It is likewise sovereign remedy
for rheumatism, money complaint, ma aria.
nartlurn ana nervousness.
!ck Eeadache and relieve all tbe troubles fne
dent to a bllioua state of tho aystern, such as
Czicess, Nausea, Drowsinea, Distreaa aitot
eating, fain in the Side, ke. While their most
remarkaMa success baa been shown in cuxutg
Headache, yet Carter's Little Liver Pms art
equeliy valuable in Constipation, ctris and pre
venticg tliis annoying eomplatut. -while they aiao
correct aUdisoruora ot thesC')in:a,suiuuiat6 iho
lirer and regulate the bowels. Evan ii they otu?
Ac!. they would boalmcsipriceless to those W. 3
fraffer from this ilibtressin complaint; butfort
r ately their g'VMl ness does no'.end bere,arjd t hota
vhoencetry them will find these little pills vattw
r?bla In so many ways that they will not be w.1
lizg to do without them. But after aiiaickheM
Is de bane of so many li-'W that bere Is wbera
"V mtke our great boast. OurpUlacureit'wiuis
Otbers do not.
Carter's Little Liver Puis are vary 5311II and
very easy to take. One or two pills m&kddoM.
They are strictly vegetable and do cot grvps or
ycr;?e, bnt by their gentle action please all whci
nsetkem. In via'.sat'JS cents; iivef r$l. Sold
t-- druggists evsryvare. or sent by u. L
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL PIIL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRIG
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at ic per word
and one week at He per word.
Situations wanted and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines m
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
ANTED A cirl for eener.il
104 rreeond avenue.
ANTED-Situation as tousekeei er; call at
M Jatncs hotel.
ANTED Traveiini men : eilary:
a5 Times buiMinjj, Chicago.
VP ANTED A good strong woman
' cook at J. J. Mynn's retaur.tLt.
venue; j;l wscee to right party.
EX WANTEDSa!ary anrt er''ni"": T im
manent D.ace : npDivatonce. IS now s tns.
Nurserymen, Chicago. 14
MOSEY TO LOAN On chattel tnortgaires,
watches, diamonds, jewelry, and aUartic.t-
af value. J. W. Jones lol- Second avenue. -tf
WASTED Two or three good men to repre
sent our well known boue for town and city
trade; 1-ical and traveling. $100 and expenses
ter month to the rit'bt man. Aunty Quick, plat-
incase. L. L. lv i (". Nurserymen, florists'
uid seedsmen. M. fnul, -Mjnn.
(.Th e house is responsible.
Frieze and Ceiling
We have arranged with the t est Paper Bangers
and Painters in tbe city to take charge of our work.
Satisfactory results can be relied on.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmacist
Pbesckiptioss a Specialtt.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Third St-
John Volk: 6c Co.,
Mannfacturers of ,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders .
Eighteenth St.. bet. Third and Fourth aves.
HENRY C. SGHAFFER,
SOFT AND HARD
Office 143 Second avenue, corner Fifteenth rt.
Telephone No. 1089.
We have just
cm a t
J"We invite everybody
CARSE. & CO., have just what you want in a
comfortable, shapely, durable and cheap shoe.
Immrn . 1 1 i.nt trjvij.nj.rtic , u ttl f kin. Ea-
imnra mi nunnlc (rapklM and uiscoloratioiM. For
I sal. by ail rlnt-iJ drnirmts or mailed for 3s) eta.
If II CI TlMC'C Teaches it students a
lALtLIIHu W trade an1 then starts
ar-txrrT rtv themta railroad srvioe,
SCHOOL OF B.H tnr rirrnlar.
I f ri rBDIDUV VAiENTIXB BROS.,
I ItLtOlsRrni U-WJAsvnxa. Wis.
received the 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. T)iXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Becond Avenue.
our new stock of
1622 Second Avenue
C-1. IVES. ,. J. t. HANHEOAM.
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