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,ptiijM7 Second Awma.
JACKSON & HCKST,
AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
2innl Bin Bnilrtin?. Rock Inland, 111.
3-,WSKSEV. O. fcWM.
ttKNEV3 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
rii-c in BeaK'ton's blook. Rock Island, 111.
XcEMRY & JScESlRr,
pnNEV'8 AT LAW Loan money on eood
iri'7 m ike collections. Reference, Mitch-
j : LyT.rtV-. bankers, umoe In roetomc block.
THK DAILY ARGUS.
,,h ir- EVEKY EVENING at Crampton't
ir.! . Five cent per copy.
J. F. MYERS, IS. D.,
r.,,t ith a enteral practice, makes a
.p'ri-i.tvof duriwsoi women.
v .,;. . . l V."J Second Ave. Rick Island.
,,.-, ,-. -tmik1 Ave. nni Fifteenth ttrcet.
l!..i;rs- t 13 a. in. md 8 to 5 p. m.
' Te!i ilione No. liOrt.
DR, J. E, HAWTHORNE,
T..p ! extracted without pain by the new
.b S. Office over Don's,
u. 1017 Second avenne. Rock Island.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR,
" au i euperintenlencc for all class of
l M m'l " Mitrhe:l A Lynde building
Mitchell & Lyndc's Block. Rooms 29-31.
R. M. PEARCE,
l.--m 1 in M i'chcll A Lynde'snew block.
A brilliant army of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
And a bewilder' og array of
choice Novelties for
Christmas and New Years,
During the past three mouths
11 CRAMPTON & CO.
The Roc k Island Booksellers,
Have been getting ready for the
b'.gst trad- ever done
in their store.
-ALL KlNDa OF-
CaH Iron Work
A 'tn-cialtv of furnishing aLfein-lt
Moyci with Castings at 8 oente
A MACHINE SEOP
r. adiled w'jer all kini of machine
w' ""ii wit; bo dine first-class.
VINTfl ST. ND 7th AYE.
Your Orders for
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SURE C'J'E tor SEMINAL. NtHVCliS
.ort nqiWAir TROUBLES 1 TUUNfl.
STUtfat't, MrnintTKIH. NJ UHCER-
lin r.'.li.Tt 111. wont etirr in 24 fco-iT
:-m or tr;.; b. remr- f-.r ClrniUr free.
anrif.m. ......nnuln lUl.l.n 1& il.-
v . THE PEr3U DRl'C CO..
A Indlreet Anneml
There is compai y to dinner, and Mar
got has been strid ly enjoined not to ask
for anything. Tlie guests were very
lively, and, at the second oonrse, mater
familias forgot, ir the heat of conversa
tion, to serve the 1 ittle one. A few min
utes afterward tha servant was ordered
to bring another late.
Margot (bashfcllyvm yon have
mine, mother dej r, it is quite clean?
A Doubtful Compliment.
Lady Morton Oh, yes. major, little
Miss Angel is a charming girl enough
and paints very well for her age, yon
Little Mis3 Angel (overhearing)
Thank you, Lat.y Morton. 1 know it
takes years and years of practice to
paint as well as you do! Judy.
Core for Obesity.
A certain fat man in New York who
wished to reduce his weight began by
collecting pamphlets offered by firms
that advertise cures f.ir oliesity. Hp
was much struck by the fact that all
agreed in one particular. While each
firm advised lli-s regular taking of its
particular cure a id several said, "Others
are useless or w n-se," all insisted that a
great deal of ex ivise and a peculiar diet
must be taken v ith the medicine.
About six moi tiis afterward the pam
phlet collector, now no longer a fat
man, entered a :.'ev York drug store.
"I'm eternally obliged to you," he said
to the proprietor.
"How's that. iiv"
"Six mouth:- ago 1 weighed 227
pounds. Now I weigh only ISO."
"Would yon kindly give mo your
name and addre sir?" said the fat cure
vender in great ' light.
"Certainly," tu.l he gave it.
"Now, sir, if you'd allow us to refer
to your case we should be greatly
"Certainly. That's what I came in
for. I've writt n out a certificate."
Ho handed it to the delighted proprie
tor, repeated "I m eternally obliged to
yon," and departed.
Then the dru jurist read the following
"I have much pleasure in recommend
ing Mr. "s pamphlet on the cure of
obesity. In cot sequence of reading it, I
have rednced lry weight in six months
from 227 to 180 pounds, with great bene
fit to my genen 1 health. I rigidly fol
lowed the pamphlet's advice to take reg
ular exercise a-mI eschew fatty, starchy
and sweet foo;! .. This saved me a good
deal of money, 'or 1 never took one par
ticle of Mr. 's medicine." Youth's
An l-.litor Pro Teni.
A drummer t'. r a certain paper mill
met a sentimental young woman on a
Grand Trunk train going np to Port
Huron, and it was not long liefore his
modest diffidence so impressed her that
she let him sit !eside her and divide the
charming landscape with her through
the same window. After a delightful
talk of half an hour he began to refer
to himself and his labor.
"What busi less are you inr" she in
"The newsp; per business," he said.
"Oh," she twittered, "how lovely it
must bo to be i n editor. So mue'.i intel
ligence is reqn r.M. Such iiitelle;-! . Such
a comprehensive I, read! !; of knowledge.
So much of i 11 that develops a man's
brain and mak ;s him equally n scientist,
teacher, poet, artist, politician and states
man. 1 am s ire" and. oh. how softly
sweet her eyes turned upon him "I am
sure I could loe an editor."
Then the n.odest. diffident drnmmet
kicked his sa ni lo case under his seat
and didn't tell her any bettor. Detroit
A Neililirly Mistukn.
Amateur Soprano It's just too mean
for anything! That dog of yens howl
ever' time 1 s tig.
Neighbor I'm very sorry, mum.
"Why don't you toj) hirnr"
"You see, i nun. wo didn't know it
ivas that way.''
"We thougiit, mum. that you was
tryin to spite ns by singin every time he
howled." Ne.v York Wceklv.
Of iiurMe It W'Hh.
Tom Did you ever hear Smith tell
about that tiout ho caught last sum
mer? Jack No, 1 tit it must have been a big
Tom A big fish?
Jack No, a big lie. Yankee Blade.
The l.eriecming Venture.
"Of course," 6aid the critic, "I have
taken the woi st side in criticising your
poems. But they have, nevertheless,
their good sid-a too."
"And that is"
"The side of the paper that's not
written on." Fliegende Blatter.
An App 'opriute Iiatkcrrouuil.
Miss Eldeiby (at furniture store)
Would I loo c well in this chair, Pene
lope? PeneloK! I should think so. It is an
antique, you know. Brooklyn Life.
Judge (after the jury has acted against
his judgment in acquitting a man) Give
this man hi liberty but watch your
coats and umbrellas. Fliegende Blatter.
ILBGUg THUKSDAT, JANUAliY 28, 1892.
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- Allcock't Porui Plasters are unap.
proachable in curative properties, rapidity
and safety of action, and are the only re
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have Successfully ntnnd thA toet nt
thirty years' use by the public, their vir-
iucb nine nevtr Been equalled Dy tne un
scrupulous imitators who have sought to
trade upon the reputation of AllcocVs by
making plasters with holes in them, and
claimimir to be "iiist .a onnA in.
cock's." and they stand today indorsed
uj uui, my me uikucbi medical author
ities, but by millions ot grateful patients
who have proved their emcacy as a
Beware of imitations, and do not be
ieceived by misrepresentations. Ask
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explanation induce you to accept a sub
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the worst looking cuts or bruises an ani
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Herman wonder for barb wire or tm
other kind of cuts and bruises. Only
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their charming effects upon the nervous
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I suffered from acute inflammation in
my nose and head for a week at a time
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is wonderful how quick, it helped me.
Mrs. Georgie S. Judson, Hartford, Conn.
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and having derived great benefit from
IT1! . -,-, T ....
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That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth !
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