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Milr remedy known.
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all leading druggist.
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for any one who wisheB
In it Manufactured only by the
JIUfORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
SAN FHANCIBOO, CAL.
ISYILLE, KY, MEW TfQBH, N. TC
T. B. RK1DT.
THE WORRELL REMEDIES.
A VisH to the Offices of the Gold
(Jure in Rock Island.
Mivhell A l.viule liuilding. grocnd
ir I Mitch, 1'. & 1 yntie berjk.
Best Line of
)Drrro Aim mmHTmnnn
' e !srgct and beat line of
IN THE THREE CITIES.
G. 0. HUCKSTAEDT,
09 and 1811 Second Ave.
Glass for the table.
hav- just received a buddIv
I" i x
this season's shapes and
terns in berry sets, four piece
"batter, sugar, creamer and
howls and other table
ware, which include many
Hea both pretty and cheap.
98 is particularly pretty
4 table in snrinc and snm-
Wouldn't you like to
and see it?
G. M. LoOSLBY.
scribe for Stock
the Second series of the
? ouildinc and Loan Ahho-
, of Hock Island.
Mer and better investment
'Government Bonds, be-
thn loans nr marlo nnlu
Established values and it
, man inree umeB as
" interest, rwaipn rh
p invested and the profits
r "unarawn at any time.
jiaea at lowest rates.
R A. DONALDSON. Beeretur.
nf 3. 4. 3 and If atonic Temvle
The aiethoAa ot TrtatmrBt and
I'll"'"'- co far-Interestlng
'hat with Dr. Horreli
tlM'p -r ?.
i- . i x ifnfM ill. r. . l ,
ly,.' dl""Jv,J V lam..1
The Rack Island Morrell Institute for
the cure of the liquor, opium and tobac
co habiti is now in complete readiness
for the reception of patients. The instN
tute is 1( cated in a desirable and inviting
suite of rooms on the second floor of the
Bnford building corner of Second avenue
and Seventeenth street. "You can see,"
said Dr. P. A. Morrell to an Arqus re
porter ho dropped in this morning
more foi the purpose of curiosity than
treatmei t, "that we have already started.
In fact, we have been doing business for
about three days."
"Have you received any patients yet?'
"Yes. we already have three patients,"
the doctir replied, "and they are doing
very nic ;ly."
"What is the nature of the dieeases of
these th -ee?"
"You use the correct word when you
speak ol the trouble with so many men
coming under our care as a disease. It
is such rath'r than a habit. It is no
crime to be a drunkard it is a misfor
tune. The diseases for which our pa
tients ars being treated are one for liquor
and two for tobacco."
"Whet are your methods of treat
mentf" "When a patient first calls, we submit
him to a thorough examination as to his
conditio i physically and morally.
and the probable requisites of
treatmei t. If we find bis con
dition it attributable to over indulgence
or dissipation, we prescribe three injec
tions a t ay, and also give medicine in
ternally at regularly prescribed intervals
The injections last three weeks, but the
tonic wl ich restores the general system
to the condition it was in originally is
continued for at least seven weeks. We
take the best care of our patients and do
not di charge them until they are
thoroug ily and properly cured."
"You: main institute is to be in Rock
Island, i ) it not?"
"Yes sir, Rrck Island is the headquar
ters, though we maintain branch insti
tutes at Dubuque, Cedir Rapids, Inde
pendent and Ottumwa."
The d )ctor unrolled a bundle of corres
pondenc , mainly testimonials from pa
tients w 10 had been entirely cured of
liquor, pium and tobacco habits, and all
speskiLf; in the highest terms of the ef
fects of '.he Morrell treatment, one in
particular, Henry Rooney, h yardman in
the employ of the Illinois Central at Du
buque, faying: "To all who are anTcted
with thi disease (excessive drinking) I
fully recommend the Morrell cure as one
that wii; not make you sick, nor cause
any son arms, but cures the disease for
drink, tu:d build you up in every way
possible In fact I feel that the cure is
little short of a miracle."
"In Dubuque I may say" remarked Dr.
Morrell commenting on this letter, "the
temperance element was weak and we got
our grea'.est help from the saloon men.
As a malter of fact many liquor dealers
havesen patients to us for treatment: We
have fu ind heretofore that liquor men
bave been as active as temperance people
n tending us hopeless subjects for treat
ment, Bnd in every case we have effected
a cure. Later, and after we have treated
a numbe of patients, we will be able to
present come of the indisputable evidence
of the infailing efficacy of our reme
dies." Dr. Mirrell, who is the discoverer of
the great cure that bears his name has as
sociated with himself, Dr. C. H. Snyder,
medical director, while the offlcera of the
company are: S. H. Velie, president; L.
S. McCae, vice president; E. H. Guyer,
secretary and treasurer; J. C. H. Read,
D. D., rianaper; W. A. Paul, M. D.
The Opera Menxon.
The fo lowing operas will be produced
at the Bi rtis:
Saturday. June 25, matinee and night
Monday and Tuesday, June 27 and 28,
Wednesday and Thursday, June 29
and 30. ' Bohemian Girl."
Prid-iy and Saturday, July 1 and 2,
' Chimes of Normandie."
Th Otnmne Merit
Of HooU's Sarsaparilla wins friends
wherever it is fairly and honestly tried .
Its propr etors are highiy gratified at the
letters w lich come entirely unsolicited
from met. and women in the learned pro
fessions warmly commending Hood's Sar
saparilla for what it has done for them.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaundice, bil
iousness, sick headache, constipation.
' pens at
noore and JBvans.
wishing tickets for the Moore
s glove contest, which takes
day, June 26th, can secure them
rge Lamont, who is the only
d agent. Tickets are $3. Boat
11:30 a. m sharp. Ticket office
i o'clock Sunday morning.
Testimonial from Hon. S. P. Hughes,
judge Suneme court, Little Rock, Ark:
"I hay i used your Diamond spectacles
about a j ear, and have found them clear,
easy to the eyes and very satisfactory. I
prefer them to any I have used.
You B n-sdect fully , .
Simon P. Hughe;.
FOR SCHOOL DIRECTORS.
J aatleo and the lnteretti s of our Ednea
tional HYMietn Demands the Re-election
of Capt. Durham and Dr. Carter.
The office of school director is one of
the most important in our government of
free institutions. The position is purely
honorary and is one that should invaria
bly seek the incumbent rather than the
man the office. And when citizens are
secured who will discharge the duties
faithfully, conscientiously without fear,
or favor, bias or prejudice, it should be
regarded ag the good fortune to our public
school system and they should be con
tinued in office as long as they are
willing to serve. This has been the pol
icy of the friends of the public schools in
Rock Island in the past, a policy indeed
worthy of commendation, and The Argus
fails to see why there should be any de
viation from such a course. Not that
anyone should be blamed for aspiring to
the office of school director, but there is
beyond that a question of vastly more
importance to our tax payers and the pa
trons of our public schools than the mere
gratification of personal ambition.
Capt. C. W. Durham, after six years
of service, and Dr. C. C. Carter, after
three years as director, have in response
to a largely prevailing public sentiment
become candidates for re election. They
have earned a re-election and the people
with the interests of our schools at heart
will see to it that their valuable services
are thus amply rewarded. Probably no
three years in our public school history
before have witnessed the progress that
the last three haye. A number of new
buildings have been erected with an aim
single to the comfort, safety and sani
tary welfare of pupils. Permanent and
substantial improvements have been
made on all the school property, the in
terests of the schools in the matter of
teachers have been scrupulously guard
ed. Directors Carter and Durham have
made creditable records, they have earn
ed a re-election, justice demands that
they be re-elected, and they will be reelected.
The Fourth of July and Its Twin -City Ob
arnrance This Year The Floats.
Plans are going rapidlv forth for the
TwinCity Fourth of July demonstration
and it will not be chargeable to any of
the committees enlisted in the work if
the celebration is not the grandest ever
seen in the northwest. The plan of M.
Y. Cady. chairman of the float commit
tee, is to have 48 floats in the street
pageant, of which Rock Inland is to fur
nish half Chhirman M. Lee Gait, of the
Rock Island committee, has put in his
time to good advantage so far, and the
result is that some of the best floats that
have been provided for are:
"Discovery of America bj Ccliimbns To bo dc-
aunieo. iy tii" iXMuon.
Landing nfj the Pils-'rim" To be designed by
J. :!. & Son.
Washington and His Cabinet Designed by
uioya x ievan.
Scene from ltlack Hawk War Designed bj' Mc
Tlie First White Settler Designed by the Amor
ican t'lothing company.
The Old Woman In the Shoe -Designed by the
M. & K.
The Industrial Home The Industrial Home
There are to be other historical flaats
and also a number of mechanical and
mercantile ones, while the Masons, Odd
Fellows, G. A. R . Sons of Veterans,
Woman's Relief Corps, and Red Men are
working on society floats.
The Rock Island traveling men and the
Western Catholic; Union have already sig
nifled a purpose to turn out, while all
other orginizations are invited toarrange
to do likewise.
Last night occurred the rehearsal of
the Rock Island portion of the Six Hun
dred at the First Baptist church under
the direction of Prof. Hartsough with
gratifying results. The next rehearsal is
to be held Monday evening at the First
M. E. church. On Thursday evening the
entire chorus of Six Hundred is to r
hearse at Columbia park at 8 o'clock,
while at 7 the chorus of Ten Hundred Is
to rehearse to accompaniment by the Mo
line Light Guard band.
SHUT THEM OUT,
Women May Vote.
By act of the legislature of Illinois,
which became t law in July, 1891, the
women of this state bave a right to vote
for school directors or members of the
board of education.
Every woman in this city, of legal age,
21, and possessing otherwise, the qualifi
cations of citizenship, should exercise the
privilege tt us granted by this great com
monwealth and cast their first vote at the
coming schol election on Tuesday next.
Dearest to the hear; of every true and
noble woman is the home, and the inti
mate relationship between the home and
our public schools gives the latter a place
and prominence secondary only to the
former, and elicits the interest of every
patriotic woman in our public school sys
tern. It is not our aim to dictate how, or for
whom you shall vote. The constitution of
the United States leaves that to your con
science, and when you make tt a matter
ofconsc:ence. as well as privilege, there
can be no doubt nor fear as to the result,
a That women have a legal right to vote
is, perhaps, not known to every one, and
many who do know it have not given the
subject that serious consideration which
it claims from them: they have that right
and it only remains with them to do their
PermU us to suggest that the churches
call attention to this matter next Sabbath
morning, and urge upon the women the
performance of this legal right as c. Chris
tian duty. Earnest VI oxen.
The Twin City Team Win Another
Game at Jacksonville
A Interesting tiame From Start to
Finish Roberts flakes Another
Home Ran Notes at
Once more the Twin City's greet you 1 1
the head of the list, not a bad showing for
seven games away from home:
Played. Won. Lost. Cent.
Rock Island-Mollnes.. 7 5 2 .714
Terre Uautes 7 6 4 .714
Rockforda 5 8 2 .G00
Auroras 8 4 4 .fOO
Jacksonville 8 3 5 .375
Kvansvillea 8 3 5 .375
Jolleu 4 l 3 .250
The home boys administered their first
shut-out of the season yesterday, the
Lunatics being the victims at their own
home in Jacksonville. It was a shut-out
pure and clean, and the boys did it in a
walk. Bartson and Zeis was the home
team battery, while Connors Bros, did
the heavy work of Jacksonville. The
Lunatics were notin it at any stage, and
though they played an errorless
game, not a man in Lunatic
uniform crossed the rubber. The Twin
boys attired themselves in their batting
clothes when they went out to the ball
park and in consequence Nulton pouud
ed out two 2-baggers while Z;is md of
course McGuirk got one each, Mr. Rob
erts doing the grand again with another
home run. Mark well the long line of
goose eggs presented for your inspection
in the following summary:
Rock Island-Moi:ne..O 0S001 00 3
Jacksonville 0 000000000
Batteries Connors and Connors, Bartson and
Zeis. Errors Rock IslandMolines, 1. Earned
run Rock Island-Mollnes, 1- Base bit. -Rock
Ialand-Molines. 8; Jacksonville, 4.Two-base hits
MeGoirk, Zeis, Nulton (2). Home run Roberts.
Pasted balls Connors 1, Zeis, 2. Tlma of game
We ought to make it three straight at
McGuirk was on hand yesterday with
his 2-bagger as usual.
Cushman will probably make his debut
here in tomorrow's game.
Jolietj will play here tomorrow in place
of Quincy, but it Is not yet known how
the schedule will be arranged unless seme
other city takes the Quincy franchise.
The streamer arrived this morning for
advertising the ball games from the flag
staff of the Harper'. It will be hoisted
"Onion Bill" McCaull, the secretary of
the I. -I. league has advanced an idea of
playing out the season with seven clubs.
Wiley Will has some corking good ideas
on base ball.
President Hodges yesterday notified
Secretary McCaull that Rock Island
Moline's standing in the per cent column
was not being properly figured, and most
of the Chicago papers today give our
Reports from Quincy yesterday stated
that Catcher Bowman had been locked
up there for obtaining money unde: false
pretenses. What's the matter with lock
ing up the whole management of the club.
It hoodwinked "Onion Bill" McCaull and
the league out of its $500 guarantee.
JAHNS & BERTLESEN,
4th of JULY!
Just opened up the largest and
finest line of
OF ALL KINDS; ALSO
at right prices; don't forget to
call at 1717 Second avenue.
To call your attention to a few facts :
Tonr evesiifht Is priceless the eyes -need good
care; Improper spectacles are irlorions, yon
shonld rot trnst your eyesight to irresponsible
peddler of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Optician, and will take pains to
properly fit your cyca for every defect of vision
and will guarantee a perfect fit in every case.
10 tar-. ttmIMM.rto
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect cf sight
that causes nervous head-ache and should
be corrected at once.. F.ycs tested frea.
H. 0. I0LS0M,
Jeweler and OpMian
Twin Burner Vapor Stove
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinware And House Furnishing Goods.
1612 second avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
GO TO THE
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
For your Summer Footwear.
Men's Dongola Oxfords $1.75 and $?.00,
Men's Patent Leather Oxfords $2.00 and $2 50,
Men's Working 8hoes in Cong, or Lac, $115 a pair,
cheap at $1 50
LadieB' pat. tip cloth top Shoes $2 00 and upwards,
Ladies' Booties only $1.60, woith $2 00,
Ladies' Oxfords, patent tip, all solid, only $1 10 a pair,
A full line of Lawn Tennis goods, for large and small,
from 50c and up.
In addition to these low prices we are giving away free
an elegant life eize Crayon Portrait
Call and get a card and ask for particulars
Harper House Block. - 1818 Second Avenue.
N. B Not open on Sundays.
Claybank, Minn., May 8, 1892.
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist, Rock Island, 111.,
Dear Sir:--1 have used your Pills for the
last 8 months and find I have been benefit
ed by them more than any others and find
myself greatly indebted to you for my health.
Therefore, 1 remain yours most sincerely.
Claybank, Goodhue County, Minn.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
W4L. EYSTER, Sec
For all Kinds ot
STORES -Rock Island, Moline, Davenport, Reynolds
PATENTED MAY 20
' LINE "
i Knots to Tie.
Ropes Neyer Slip.
Hare mock s'ie plate or screw, 15 cents. Clothes line sizes per pair, 15 cents
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY, Sole Agent.
1708 and 1706 Beoood r venue. Telephone No. lSltj