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-KVILU-. KV NW YORK, N. Y
K ck Island Public School
THE MORKELL CURE.
Important Anion ofthe Board of Krtn-
u1 .in Mntnrdny i:iu- Thc
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Glass- foi the table.
just received a supply
true season's shapes and
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Glass is j articularly pretty
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saf-r and better investment
- iue mans are made only
rwe loan three times as
interest besides the
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n i "v"aYIi any unie.
J H)un-d at lowest rates.
R- a. Donaldson. crtrv
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The beard of education met in special
session tits rooms Saturday evening,
obedient to President Carter's call.
Teacben were appointed for the ensuing
year anc salaries fixed as follows:
Sl'l'KIllN 1'EXDENT AND GENERAL TEACH
ERS. S 8. tvemble, superintendent, $2,000,
G B. Griffith. music, $700; K A.. Poos,
calcsthe lice, $700 per year; Abbie Dean,
drawing. $40 per moath.
BUILDING NO. 1.
L C. Dougherty, principal, SI, 100;
Miry E Entrikin. 870; Hattie E. Her.s
dir-ion, $50; Julia M. Anderson, $50;
Sftllie B. Hillier, $50; Dora E. Newton,
$45, A' na Bennett, $50; Millie H. De
Santo, 5U; Mary L Long, $45; Lucy II.
Coyne, 45; h.inly treemnn, $55.
UL'ILDING NO. 2.
Randeline Reqoa, principal, $60; A.
P. Cool.e, $50; Hattie A. Jenkins. $4D;
Maggie Repine, $:5.
BUILDING NO. 3.
Mrs I, M. Copp, principal, Jflo; Anna
N. Johnson, 850; Ad.lv. . MusUf $53
BUIare no 4
Mary Plav., principal $90;Lm .1. Philp,
165, V. ,na G Uowen,$60;Lucy A. Tajlor,
jbf'essa Wakerlcld, 50; MaryL. Car
ter, $50; A. T.-iura Hill, assistant prioci
BUILDING NO 5.
E'ta McDonald, principal, 70; M. S.
Kenworthy, $50; Jennie A. Kaas, (50;
Mr? J.-ssie Liston, 50; August Craw
ford, $50; Anna Olson, $45, Mary Mur
phy, $15; Nora Gorman, $55.
BCILVMNG NO 6.
Annie Kirkpatrick, principal, SS0;
MaL-gi e J. Wilson. SkNora Witherspoon,
$50; Lucy S. Peelz, $50; Mrs. Ida Lundv,
$45; M. Lula Carleton, $55.
HCILDIXO NO I .
Sarah Johnston, principal, $70; Belle
Doonan, $50; Daisy L, Hardy, $50;
Maria E. Simmon, $55.
1- F jJ'KttB'f U. )
ley, $ 0
THIRTY EIGHTH -STREET.
e M. Egan, $45. Anna T. Brom-
J. A. Bishop, principal, (1,500 per
year, Mr. C. L. Eastman, $85 per
month; Josephine V. Williams $80;
Surah G Caisur. $80; Sarah G. Bagnall,
$80; Augusta Helpenstel, (60.
were appointed With salaries as follows:
Buildinc No. 1. Chas. Smith, $60; No.
2, John B -gue, (85; No. :j. Marshall
Shaw $35: No. 4 lJohn Henley, $45; No.
5. W. H. Cook, $45; No. 6. John Koloff,
$45; No, Sumuei Ntlion, $40; Thirty
eighth Street, Mrs. Henry Glock, (18;
High School, M. Colligsn,"$45.
Ap ilicanta for positions as teschers at
$35 pel month were elected in the follow
ing o:dr: Constance Mulack, Achsah
Cram , Clara Levy, Jennie Wilcox, Ma
mie Yates, Francis Oswald, Emma
In he ajipointment of new teachers
!t wa: ordered that they be assigned work
in th- order of election end that no sal
ary b i allowed except for teaching done.
A iroposition of the American Book
Co. t adopt the Loomis system of music
Th ; summer season at Black Hawk's
towei was inform-illy inaugurated
with a bana concert by Bluer's band yes
terday afternoon, and cars were run on
15 -minute time, and while there was
some delay in consequence of the in
creased number of trains od the track
this will be avoided as the company gets
its sjstem adjusted to the quicker time.
Ever?body was pleased with the new
route to the tower and the improvements
in pr ispect there. When President Liu
derbi ck has all his plans completed be
will have one of the most attractive and
popular results in this part of the coun
try. The steamer Verne Swain took out an
excu -sion up the Hennepin canal, go
ing up Rock river to the dam, and the
furtherest up a boat the size of the Verne
has tone for many years.
The .Tosepine took out two excursions
to M I sea tine and both were hignly cn
joyab'e. Clem rt a litre mm fill Mcanon.
The Industrial Sowing school In con
necti in with Trinity Mission closed Sat
urda 7, the most successful season of its
exist jnce. There were 80 children en
rolled and all have been faithful and dili
gent, as have the ladies who haye under
taken the work of conducting the school.
Tom irrow afternoon a festival will be
give i the children of the Industrial
scho 1 at the residence of Judge Adams
from 3 until dark, and a pleasant time is
HalarM, I'opl. aant Tante.
"I wish to enroll my name as one of
those who have derived health from the
use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. For many
year I have taken it, especially in the
early spring, when I am troubled with
dizz ness, dullness, unpleasant taste in
my month in the morning. It removes
this Dad taste, relieves my headache and
mak.'smc feel greatly refreshed. The
two bottles I have used this spring have
beer worth many dollars to me. I advise
all n y friends to take it." John Binns,
603 t?i Street, Town of Lake, Chicgo.
Jc eeph Ruby, of Columbia, Pa , suffer
ed f i om birth with scrofula humor, till he
was perfec'.l; cured by Hood's Sarsa
A SAD FATE.
Th i icai Hyndiraie Formed to Ktnb-1i-m
Akjiams far Inebriates t'laatt
ofthe Company ,
The Morrell Liquor Cure company,
mention of the organization of which was
made in The Argcs of Saturday evening,
will have its headquarters in this city, and
branches will be established in other
cities sb rapidly as possible. The capis
tl stock is placed at $250,000, one-fourth
of which is held by Doctors Morrell and
Snyder, the balance of the syndicate be
ing composed of S. H. Velie, president;
L S. McCabe, vice president; E. H.
Guyer, secretary and treasury; W. A.
Paul M. D. and J. H. C Reed, D. D..
managing directors, C. A. Snyder, medi
cal director; and F. A. Morrell, chemist.
An Argus reporter found E. H. Guyer
and questioned him concerning the Mor.
re'.l cure. "This is a matter that my
societes and myself go into tUi no
superficial investigation,'' ssC Mr. Guyer-
"The attention of M,, Velie, Mr, McCite
and myself v At directed in this line over
a year ago with a Vit-w of utilizing Pros
pect l'ark as the most suitable site tor a
sanitarium. Th: terms demanded by
Mr. Ke-eley seemed rohibitory. We had
also investigated the cures of Dr. Keel
ey's imitators, but had discovered
that the patients were often afflict
ed with sore arms and rendered physi
cally incompetent during treatment. Our
minds having been directed in this chan
nel for so long a time, we were willing to
give the time and thought necessary for
an investigation of the claims of Dr.
Morrell. Tuis investigation we have
made most critically. We have found in
Dr. Morrell a scientific and highly edtica
ted English chemist, whom we believe is
a thorough master ot his profession. He
has a perfect knowledge of all chem'c d
agents, knows: first what agen's may be
united in solution without neutralizing
each o'her, second the correct and exset
proportion to use to produce desired
effects, whfn a slight divergence might
produce harm, and third the medicinal
effects of each ingredient and the medic
inal effect in combination and in differ
"Such rare and expert skill has enabled
him, after long research and experimenta
tion, assisted by Dr. Snyder, a skilled
physician, to make a compound, free
from incompatabilities and properly bal
anced and calculated to produce the de
sired medicinal effect, and no more.
''Imitators of Keeley have published
formulae, that an expert like Dr. Mor
rell can demonstrate associate together
ingredients that absolutely neutralize
each other and so out of balance tbit in
jury results. Hence the sore arms, and
debility during treatment unwelcome
associates even of the great Keeley treatment.
"Four cfus haye been to Dub'jquc at
different times, and have subjected Dr.
Morrell's claims to a mcst critical exam
ination. Drs. Morrell and Snyder threw
down the gauntlets in Dubuque and
challenged any one interested to produce
the very worst victim of alcoh( 1 in the
community and they would gnsrantee a
cure. The challenge flooded the insti
tute with an array of victims such as
have never been presented to any other
institute. There were many absolutely
abandoned and helpless several in the
last stages ot aeienum tremens one a
son of a prominent and wealthy citizen of
Dubuque, who relapsed from
the Dwigbt treatment the entire
number, men, according
to their own story and their description of
one another in the utmost stage of servi
tude to the alcohol habit. In every in
stance a perfect cure had been accom
pushed, in no case was there a sr.re
arm. In every instance laboring men
kept steadily at their work during treat
ment without the loss of a day. The
most marvelous to me was the reforma
tion of the mind as well as the bdy.
Men wh. had been abandoned in princi
ple as the result of the disease, had re
turned to rectitude and were glad of their
cure and grateful to Drs. Morrell and
Mr. Guyer also stated that he and his
associates bad talked with a number of
business and profassional men of Du
buoue. all of whom gave testimony of
the miraculous success of the treatment.
The offices of the new syndicate will be
opened at once.
nodrra Wooimra I. .it Rollins
and Picnic, at Rock Island, 111., June 18
1892 For above occasion the "Burling
ton Route" (C. B & Q., R. R.,) will sell
tickets at rate of a fare and one third for
the round trip, from stations on its line
in the counties Rock Isiana, Whiteside,
Henry and Mercer. Tickets on sale June
17 and 18, geod to return until June 19.
H. D. Mack, Division Passenger Agt.
Mr. Slattery will give his private leut
ure "To men Only," this Mondiy night
at 8 o'clock in Harper's Theatre, on the
'Confessional Exposed." He has heard
"confessions" for eight years. It is his
last lecture in Rock Island. Everyone
was delighted with his lectures yesterday.
He receiyes frequent and hearty applause.
It will be a rich treat tonight. You
will never forget it as long as you live.
Let no man stay away. Adv.
At once. Apply to Keystone Mfg.
Co.. Sterling. 111.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the ccugh at
Finding of the Three Lads Who
Disappeared in Moline.
The Hodirs of Hunt and F.rlr Krs
and Swan l'eteraon DtMcov.-red
In a Pond on the Bluff
The Coroner's ln-
The mystery surrounding the disap
pearance of the three Moline boys who
were mentioned in The Argus a few
days ago as having been supnosed to
have followed a circus from that place,
has been cleared up by their bodies being
found in a pool of water at Oakhill Park,
on the Moline bluff,
Nels Peters-u, who lives on the bluff
in Molirc, while passing along an artifin
cial t'nd at the corner of Fourteenth
avenue ami Third street in that city, saw
what he thought to be some muddy
'clothing in the water, which he, upon
closer examination found to be the body
of a young boy. Scarcely 20 feet way
he found 'he body of another lad. He
immediately informed the neighbors near
by and the police were notified, and the
bodies triken to the station where 'oev
were Identified as those of Swan Veteron
and Gust Eng. two ot the Uds who have
been rr.isMng from homo there several
days, and who were, supposed to have
followed off the Circus from Moline. A
searching party afterward found the body
of Erie, the younger of the Eng boys,
near the same spot in the pond. The
Eng boys were aged respectively, 14 and
A coroner's jury composed of Thomas
Stanley, foreman; L. V. Eckhart, John
Messer, Nils E Petersen, Henry Sellmer
and A. Mourey, after viewing the remsins
and hearing the testimony of four wits
nesses, returned a verdict of accidental
drowning. It is supposed that they fell
into the pond, which is 10 to 15 feet deep
at that point, from a raft upon which
they had been playing.
SHEETS and PILLOW CASES.
These geo 3s are made in the very best manner, and sold
tor less than cost of the muslin (nothing for thread and labor
Lockwood Sheets (3rown) Siz 72x90 inches, 44c each.
Catarrn Can'; be Cared
with local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is
a blood or constitutional disease, and in
order to cure it jou haye to take internal
remedies. Hali's Catarrh cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is no quack medicine. It was pre
scribed by one of the best physicians in
this cou-itry for years; and is a regular
prescription It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing
catarrh. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Thiee I'Qitgs io Kemeinbar.
Hood'a Sars-iparilla has the most
Hoo l's Sarsap irilla has won unequal
Mood's Srsnparilla accomplishes the
Is it not the me Heine for you?
Cmstipation is cimed by 1 N ofthe
peristaltic action of the bowels. Hood's
Pills restore this action and invigorate
tocelcd from. Why pay 40 ccnie
to$l.CKif..r which yon can
get for 10 cents at
wpr tavi nr
11T17 Socot d Avenue.
To call your attention to a few fact?:
Your eve'Cht Is priceit-! the eyet need good
care; improper ppectacles are iijurionp, yon
should rot trust yonr eyesight to irresponsible
peddleri of cheap ;-Deetacle!.
H D. FOLSOM
I? a Practical Optician, ard will taVe pains to
properly fit yonr eyei for every defect of vision
and will guarantee a perfect fit in every case.
drattDfJ -v ' at H inefMM. tlm ! n -
wi i Many
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sight
that causes nervous head-ache and should
be corrected at once. Eyes tested free.
Jewel r and Optician.
" Pillow Cases '
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Fruit of Loom' :
Pillow Cases ex. fine ami firm
All nil Ma r- .c. w ! '
hem b.t'-tn ; all . ads (.i inch hem. A'l aaeett are made with 1 2-1 neb h. m top and 1-inel
We also availed oh jJBed hy hand,
hcm-titcliei linen wveaoftae opportunity tn p-irchise a lot of ezfraoidhiarv value in
attention of all c' :"" V row caao. which are than let out at pr c.- to attract the
Madras and , 01 '; '"
Kc. 4.'.-, 5c, & '"'fii-'' e sii i: -s ' pr.-st variety, all aMea and ptic.-s. isc. rc Be
S'lkmit t 15c. and rip Great h rK .'n. -i.o-.
nmhre ' faJ.n" "I'.''e T ,"' 1 f""-v "'eni-l.-d A la ge new -to. k ..f rain and n
-.asjast recent a. BoeclaJ train, s trr shown In th good
1720. 1722 and 1724 Second Avenue.
The Reasons Why the
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
Is the place to buy your shoes:
e can show you the largest and most complete stockin
different styles and prices in the three cities,
A few of our If adere:
Children's Shoes, 25, 30 and 50 cents.
Childi en's Tip Shoes 95 cents.
Childien'8 School 8ho(-s 75 cents.
Woman's Sfige Buskins 40 cen.'s.
Women's Oxfords at all prices.
We have tha bet and most stylieh 3 cloth top ladies'
shoe that can be produced. Also the largest line ;of men's
$3 shoes. Wp aie headquarters for the celebrated mule
skin shoes. Remember the place,
Harper House Block.
1S18 Second Avenue.
Claybank, .Minn., May 8, l 2
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist, Rock Island, III.,
Dear Sir: I have used your Pills for ilk
last 8 months and lind I have been benefit
ed by them more than any others and find
myself greatly indebted to you for my health.
Therefore, I remain yours most sincerely,
Claybank, Goodhue County, .Minn.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
. J.'CfADAMS. Pres
V. L. EYSTER. S
For all Kinds" ot
STORES -Rock Island. Moline. Davenport. Reynolds
M i i .tit! r
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PATENTED MAY 20
: 1 890
Ropes Never Slip. No Ms to Tie.
2 Hammock size plate or screw, 15 cents. Clothes line sizes per pair, 15 cenU
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY, Sole Agent.
1703 and 1705 Second tTcaue. Telephone No 1215.