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TUP . ABGUa SATUBDAY. MAY 1, 1892
1HB DAILY ARGC8 delivered at your door
k every craning for ltttc per week.
AUTED A eirl for general housework; ref
erences required. Apply at 1011 Fourth ave.
AUTID A few good boarders In private
Sanuy. .o. sob riiaeteentu street.
WANTED Reliable ajeut for Rock Island
and adjoining counties. Reference but no
capital required. Address room 81, Evening
Pest Building, Chicago, 111.
WANTED A few good salesmen to take orders
for a full line of fruit and ornamental trees,
assail fruits, roes, shrubs, etc No experience
seessary. References required. GOOD PAY.
Address H. P. FRBK31AN CO., Rochester
WANTED GENERAL STATS AGENT to
open headquarters In some principal city, as-,
use exclusive control of our basinets and ap
petat local and sab-agents In every city in this
tate; foods tn universal demand, and pay a net
west of 50 to 100 per cent. THE CMOS COM
PAXY, 714 Broadway, New York.
PROFESSION I AL CARDS.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTOEKKY8 AT LAW. Offlce la Rock Island
Sadonal Bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
o. u viuu
8WEEXEY k WALKER,
A-TTORNKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
XI Once is Bengston's block. Rock Island, 111.
McEMRY & XcEMBT,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on eood
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
11 Lynda, bankers. Offloe In Postofflce block.
S. W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and duiine the past two years with the firm of
Bsewning A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
a office in the Auditorium building, room 5, at
THE DAILY ARGUS.
FOR .-ALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton's
News Stand. Five cents per copy.
- connection with a general practice, makes a
specialty of diseases of women.
Residence, 128 Second Ave. Reck Island.
Offlce, cor. Second Ave. and Fifteenth street.
Hours: to U a. m. and 8 to 5 p. m.
Telephone No. 1300.
E. M. SALAi Mi D,
Office over Krell Math's Restaurant.
In office at all hours.
y Special Office Hours: S to 11 a. mn 2 to 4
and 7 to S p. m,
DRi J. E, HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
ORS. BICKEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde'a Block, Rooms 29-81,
R. Mi PEAROE,
Room S3 in Mitchell A Lynde'a newjblock.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR,
Plans and .uperintendenoe for all class of
Rooms 58 and SS, Mitchell A Lynde building
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried and wel
known Fire Insurance Companies he following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, H. T.
Citiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
an Fire Offlce, London.
Dnian In.. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Haven. Conn.
.Milwaukee Mechanics las. Co., Milwaukee, Wis
vwima veins. ioi rtwna, lil.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . ,
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford
Your Patronage is solicited.
Iiire Stock Insurance Co.
C SIC AGO, ILL.
Insure, live stock against death fromj accident
if disease. For rates apply to
ED. LUBISKXXCHT. Agent.
171 X 8eood avenue. Rock Island,
Iminrtc u Irllliut truaBarancT to rh akia. ft.
I-c" pimpina, tveefcl and ujwcolormtkitMt. Foe
le by tl Bnuliw dratrnna, or ouutod for M eta,
.ay 1e bona a
die .t GEO. P.
EOVLL A CXy&
Kcwspan: Aovnxatnie Btraaao '10 Spruea
riraai;. wnere aarer
1 una eontraete ur
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DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND.
the Mas with the Faint on His Coat
Didn't Like the Idea.
The stranger was leaning against a
boanl fence looking dreamily into space,
whex. the proprietor of the place came
whig' ling around the corner with a paint
pot in his hand. He stopped his whis
tling when he saw the stranger and hesi
tated a moment, apparently undecided
whet ler to be angry or not.
"Recuse me sir," he said finally, "that
paint is fresh."
"Fiesh!" exclaimed the stranger, sud
denly waking tip and jumping away
"Y(, sir fresh," returned the pro
prietor, looking ruefully at the spot that
the st -anger's coat had made. "1 put it
on not half an hour ago myself."
"Yen didn't put any sign on it that I
can see," said the stranger sarcastically.
as he iried to look over his Bhoulder at
the back of his coat.
"Sint sign V exclaimed the proprietor
growing excited. "Of course I didnt! I
hadn't finished the job, and any one but
a blatt ed fool with a cold in his head
can sn ell fresh paint anyway,"
"Small it!" roared the stranger. "Do
you expect a man in this enlightened
age to jo around sniffing the air? Do
you exiect him to try to smell of every
fence 1 e wants to lean against or door
step that he wants to sit down on when
he is ti red? Do you expect him to go
abroad in this world with a suspicion
that e,-ery one is as unscrupulous an
idiot a j you are? Ao, sir; it wont do!
"Look here!" broke in the proprietor.
""When a man comes along and spoils an
artistic piece of work like that"
"Artistic nothing!" cried the stranger.
"You Lave this coat cleaned, under
stand! Yon get some benzine and clean
this coat or"
ion paint over that spot again!"
broke fci the proprietor. "You fix up
wnat ycave ruined or I II fix you."
He put down the paint pot, took out
the "brt sh, and began a war dance
around i he stranger.
"Hold on!" cried the latter in dismay,
as he backed away. "IH fix the fence
if youll fix the coat."
ni fi.c the coat!" exclaimed the pro
prietor, juready beginning to gloat over
cos victo ry. " 1 ou fix the fence!"
"Give me the brush," said the stran
ger. When he had secured it he stopped
and asked, "How are you going to fix
"Paint the rest of it." replied the pro
Whish, swish! The proprietor went
down tho street followed by the naint
brush. Then the stranger took the paint
pot ana s inn tied paint over the fence.
tne 6idev-alk and the lawn. He got
away Derore tne proprietor returned
with a revolver, and he is never seen on
that street now. Chicago Tribune.
Too Gotd Eyes for the Tig Bnalneaa.
He wor his whiskers in bunches, and
his mouth was permanently open. He
stopped at a fruit store on Sixth avenue,
inspected the usual array of oranges
carefully arranged with the big ones on
top, the strawberries, grape fruit and
peanuts, and then said, "Got any figsT
"We hi.ve just received a very fine
line of figs, sir."
"Worm:, I suppose," inquired the cus
tomer. "Not a trorm."
"Figs ar9 always wormy."
"Old ones are; these are fresh," re
sponded the dealer, pulling the lid off a
"My dear man," said the gentleman
with the o;ien mouth, tapping a grape
fruit argu tentatively with his cane,
"you know you never sold a pound of
figs without a worm somewhere in the
"No wor ms in these," said the dealer
stoutly. The customer took up the box,
looked at the second layer and said
briefly: "Taere's a worm on the second
"There is a't"
"Man, I can see the worm; I can see
his expressi m."
"Gosh!" njaculated the dealer drop
ping the box cover in his astonishment.
"See him':" inquired the customer se
renely. "Of COUTS3 I seed him," rejoined the
proprietor scornfully. "I knowed there
was worms in the box, but you'd better
get out of hi re; a feller that can see the
expression c n a fig worm would bust
the whole fig business." New York
A Narrow Escape.
During a session of a West Virginia
court a darky was tried or cutting a
white man nth a razor. His counsel
wished to prove that the white man was
the aggressor, and that the darky was
physically unable to defend himself
without a we ipon.' Being duly sworn,
"Uncle Jim" was asked whether he had
ever been inj-ired in any way.
"Tell the jiiry all about it."
"Well, sah, it was down in Chat'noogy.
Ts a-wukkin down dah, an I done fell
oflTn a derrick fell sixty feet I broke
dis hyah laig, an I fractured dis hyah
ahm in two I laces, an I knocked out
dem two teef , an my collah bone was
broke, an I hitd three ribs busted; dis
hyah yeah w is tore off an hatter be
sewed on agin; an de fac' is, genfmen,
ef it hadn't be- m for a pile of, bricks dat
sort o' broke my fall, I'd 'a' been liable
to be hurt serious." Harper's Magazine.
It Htu-t the Other End.
Julius Whatl's de matter wid to'
Mosebv Dad done hit me on ri VipWI
Wid a club wh m I was er stand in on
sum old iron. '"ruth.
At the United Presbyterian, preaching
by the pastor. Rev. H. O. Marshall, at
10:45 a. m , and 7:30 p. m. Morning sub
ject, "A Big Iron Bedstead and the Story
it Tells." Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 8:45 p. m.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
S. T. D., rector, Sunday scheel at 9:15
a. m., maUnp.'itany and sermon at 10:15;
Even song andsetmonat 7:30 p. m.
SAt Trinity chapel, Be?. R. F. Sweet.8.
T. ;D, rector, even song and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m.
At the Grace Lutheran, (Seventh aves
nue and ony-tourta street,) Rev. G. E.
snuey, pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m
and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject. "Our
Advocate;" evening, "The Hard Life of
a Transgressor." Sunday school at 9:15
a. m., C. W. Fobs, superintendent.
At the Central Presbyterian, services as
visual morning and evenine ; preaching by
tne pastor. Kev. John H. Kerr. Morn
ing subject, "Christ, Our Only Resort;'
evening, "The Letter l the Church at
Ephesus," the first sermon of a series on
the letters to the seven churches. Sun
day school at 11:45 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E.
at 6:45 p. m.
At the Broadwav Presbvterian church.
Rev. W. 8. Marquis pastor, services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The evening
sermon will be the third in the series of
sermons to young ladies. "EsamDles
Worthy of Imitation. Sunday school at
v:lO a. m. loung people s meeting at
6:45 p. m. South Park Sunday school at
2:30 p. m.
At the First Methodist, services at
10.45 a. m ..conducted by the pastor.Rev
F. W. Merrell. Subject, "The Chief
Purpose of Redemption." The evening
wui oe aevoted to tne anniversary exer
cises of the Ep worth and Junior Leagues.
with concert programme. Sunday school
at v:1d&. m., J . Jr. Kobinson. eupenn
tendent. Young People's meeting at
0:43 p. m.
At the First Baptist.preaching by Rev
C. E. Taylor, Ph., D.. morning and eve
ning. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m., C. L.
Williams, superintendent. Young Peo
pies union at 6:30 p. m., leader, Miss
Carrie Bailey. Topic, "Forward, March!"
Exodus xrv:15. Sunday school in the
rorty-iourtb street cbapel at 3 p m , F.
M. Sinnett, superintendent.
"Educators are certainly the greatest
neneractors or toe race, and after reading
Dr. Franklin Miles' popular works, can
not help declaring him to be among the
most entertaining and educating authors."
snew lorfe Daily. He is not a stran
ger to our readers, as bis advertisements
appear in our columns in ever? issue, cal
ling attention to the fact that his elegant
wort on nervous and heart diseases is
disribtuted free by our enterprising drug
gists, Hartz & Bahnsen. Trial bottles of
Dr. Miles Nervine are given away, also
book ef testimonials showing that' it is
unequalled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor memory, dizziness, sleepless-
ness, neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy.
Hot Spring-. Skin Soap,
Prepared principallv from the evap'
orated waters of th IT At Rnrinm IrV.n
sas. Delightful for the toilet. The
neaimg powers oi tne not Springs of
Arkansas have Ion? bean known and tm.
ognized by the medical profession all
over tne country. Tie manufacturers
believe that in presenting to the public
their Hot Sorinss Skin Snan. thev havn
given a wonderful opportunity for pre
venting au ainas oi sKin disorders, and
believe that their patrons will be well re
paid by its constant use. For sale by all
druggists. Hartz & Bahnsen wholesale
Amonf? the thousands nf tjiBTimnnial.
of cures by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure,
is that of Nathan Allianna a valklrnnK
citizen of Glen Rock. Pa., who for years
naa snortness oi breath, sleeplessness,
pain in left side, shoulders, smothering
spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and
Liver Pills, cured him. Pptpr jnnt
Salem, N. J, is another witness, who for
twenty yeais sunered with heart disease,
was pronounced incurable hv
death stared him in the face, could not
lie down for fear of smothering to death .
Immediately after using the New Cure
he felt better and could lie down and
sleep all night, and is now a w!l man.
The New Cure is sold, also free book, by
Hartz & Bahnsen.
Woman's Health and Ufa
depend more on regularity than on any or
all causes combined. An actual or living
death is the resnlt of derangement of
functions which make womsn what she
is; immediate relief is the only safeguard
against wreck and ruin. In all cases of
StODDSffe. delaverl. nainfnl nr nthor imn.
ularities Bradfield's Female Regulator is
tne oniy sure remedy. Bold by Hartz
I can recommend F.lv'u Pm.m ri
all sufferers from rtrv rturrh fmm . no..
sonal experience. Michael Herr, Phar
I bad catarrh of the head And thrrkfit fnt
five ye&ra. I used E!y'Cieim Balm,ftnd
from the first ADDlir.fttinn I was raUamaA
r ' a vilb V
The sense of smell, which had been lost.
wis restored after using one bottle. I
have found the Balm the only satisfactory
remedy for catarrh, and it haa erTntAH
cure in my case. H. L. Myer, Waverly,
A Source of Annoyance.
Everr man. woman op ;i4 t
flicted with chilblains. froU bites, etc.,
knows well that it is worth a good deal
to have a remedy at band that will give
speedr and immediate relief. Erause'i
German Oil, the great German remedy, is
worth its weight in gold for these tortur
ing ailments. For sale by all druggists.
Hartz & Bahnsen wholesale agents.
Republican National Convention,
Commencing June 7. 1892. For above
the "Burlington Route, C, B. & Q. R.
R.," will sell tickets to Minneapolis and
return at a round trip rate of one lowest
first class fare. Tickets on sale June 2 to
6. inclusive, return limit to and including
Jane 25, 1892. inclusive.
H. P. Macs:. D1t. Pass'r. Agt.
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
merit of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder; there is nothing equal to it
Ladies' Front lace and
Ladies' Pine Cloth Oxford Tie,
Finest Oxford in the city,
See our Line of Low Cut Shoes at $2.00, $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00.
Gentlemen, we have the best Shoe for the money,
Eusset Shoes, all styles, Ladies' Russet Oxford,
Men's and Ladies' Tennis Shoes,
Base Ball and Bicyle Shoes, Wigwam Slippers, etc.
All the novelties in Red,
mm CHILD BIRTH EASY.
Colvin, La., Dee. 2, 1SS6. My wife used
MO THEE' 3 FRIEND before her third
confinement, and aaya she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price. $ U50 per bot-
BRAOFIBUD REGULATOR CO
ran sals AiLOauaatsTa. ATt-AMTJk, Oil.
bOLD BY HiJTZ tt B&HNSBH
IT WILL NOT
IF YOU TAKB
COO Raward far w
tajarioaa sobstaaea fonai
u torna capsnlaa.
WUl Cur any
as say. Sant postpaid
raoafax of pries. m
NORMAN LIOHTY. FAMILY OMIMMT.
D MoIntM. Iowa.
For sale b all droerfstt. HarU A Bahnsen.
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via tha Fanraoa Albart Laa Booca.
St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Paul
via bu Lnm, aunasapoua BC Paul Sbsat Liaa.
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY. MINNEAP0US AND ST. PAUL
PEORIA, CEO AS BAPIOS AND SI00X FALLS, DAK.
CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via tha Famous Albart Laa Boot.
THE SHORT LINE
SPIRIT LAKE GT
Tha Great Iowa Summsr Rsaort
For Railway and Hotel Bates, Descrlptiv
Mtiuirvs cuiu bu inionn&uon, aaoreaa
Oenl Ticket and PaaseogerAgenL
r0R CHEAP HOMES
On line of this road to Northwestern Iowa,
Southeastern Minnesota and Central Dakota,
Thousands of ebotoe acres of bad yet uoaoM.
tion as to prices of land and ratm at fant mriama
i.uunwn rates snven. r or run iniormar
Ticket and Passenger A rent.
cv.s oaau A swciutn Alnllk
this Kail war are heated by steam from the
engine, and the Mala Une Day Passenger Trail
are Lighted with the Electric LtghtT
Maps, Time Tables, Through Kates..and all hv
Tickets on sale over this route at all prominent
r" x u umuH, tutu vy ns AKeuis. W ail
parts of the United States arid CanadaT
iTsyFor announcements of Excursion Kates,
ana local nmfir. nf intunvf .A uZ
local columns of this paper.
C. J. IVES. J. C. MANNCOAN.
"rast GsnT Bapt. Oaal Tk. A Paas. Aaft
CCDAM RAmOS. IOWA
Children Cry for
mmi Tt mm
nil i . , a , I,., x ii
WE MAKE OUR
Their backs. anH pvpn fho cu
spits wnen it Hears our prices.
Button Shoes, Pat. Tip and trimmed, worth $3.oo, - $2
Goat, Pat. Leather and Cloth top Shoes and Oxfords for
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery waeons alwavs
haviDg them stop at their
oAuio at our premises.
SPECIAL CUT ON SMOKED MEATS:
Choice Sugar Cured Hams,
9 These prices are for Cash only.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ka. 1103. I 1700 Third Ave.
-ALL KINDS OT-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of fnrniahlnf aL kinds
of 8 tores with Castings at 8 acuta
A MACHINE SHOP
u been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done flrst-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
Boots and Shoes
Twentieth St., Rock Island.
All goods marked in plain fig.
Tires, which will convince
you that they are the
T. H. THOMAS, Solo Agent,
r$jC 3 to 6 DAvaX Vs
At 4V" Aaaocun oum ro
. 7 f3-AwpG w
WILL NOT OAU8E 15 1
I I STRICTURE, ask fom j 1
ICC I 8l Q MO PAM, NO STAIN. I 9 f
I V I ruu. tmucTwia wnx to I I
- AS I SOTTLC. AT ALL OWOOMTa, 11
vV. Oratrai Cbatnleal Oa-
V" CHioacoaadrseria. ft.
on tha road. Partita rlai'miia n'l
residencea, will please notify m
DeBUE & ANDERSON.
" Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham, -
CiKJ fA I uniiu ...
Nooperatlon. No pain. Nodanger. -
dett-ntion from bMinafs. .
PILKS CURE i wlthoat psin. a b3ti.
DR. A. L DE S0UCIIET
The Roptare SpecUlUt. of Chicago, or h.s
elate will be at
Every MONDAY and TTJESE UL x
Beferetees: A. E. Britton.' -Cticagj;
Geo. M. Bennett "'"fiad.: Df
Chicao Wm. Scbtodler. M.Sha. a EM
Sweedand. Higaland Park, IlL,