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THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
T7(EW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
.. .tn-fiir nav It acts ffentlv On th itimioh llvn
.nt'ki.lnevn. " ! pleasant laxative. This drink
tj made fr"nl rrtM, and la prepared for use as easily
gatea- It la omen
All oru""R" wc vi.w per pcKagw
puv one ovtlay. Line's Family Medicine move
Jh(. howr ! each 4y- In order to be liualtby. talc
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Eandi, Wounds, Bonn, Xte
BamOTM tvnd Prevents Dandruff!
AMERICAN FAUILY SOAP.
Bast for General Household Use.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing al kinds
of Stores with Castings a 8 oents
A MACHINE SHOP
baa been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
A Cackling Hen
May be excused from making an aw
fully bit; racket over a mighty little egg;
but when the cackles for an hour over a
China door knob it is time to throw a
brick at her. There is also some excuse
for a merchant cackling a good deal over
A GENUINE BARGAIN,
but when the so exiled bargain turns out
to be A door knob bargain, it is time
somehody threw a brick or a "shoo" at
the noisy thing. There's an awful lot of
cackling about bargains going on, but
we'll bet they'er all door-knob bargains,
so here goes our brick; we'll meet any
price, show better quality for the same
money, and do a9 well if not better by
you than any other firm in Rock Island.
No door knob bargains about this.
DOLLY BR03 . Boots and Shoes.
307 Twentieth St., Rock Island.
llB.;. l.;JM,'DIvr!lKTI!S.rliX '
IMPROVC!) -UJTElCCTRie IT AND SUSPCNSORt
arKKrlND JIIINkT. M.!e for tbi. HW'lttc pur-
pu.e. I'.r .1 KrsrratH HVtkavM. firing Fi-rrlr. MH4, Sonlfe.
Ir.. -.iI.mo.. '.f-r.lk fit KlwrleHT tbr-i)rh all
KTS. r.-.t.irit. :hn to IIF II.TM ) TMillKOI SSIHKM.Tii.
Klrrtrir t'ornmt !! I.iiiit. or e f.rrit SVOtw Id CMC.
BM.T d .iiiw C't.it Si. ! Wor.t ea.er.
nrntlr nril n lw B.'.othg. 8-ll paraphla Free
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Ask tout Draulst for i
botUs o Bis . The onlf
' lUMMMfaOMMU NfflldT LOT SJ
the annatarai discharges and
invate aisaas.s 01 man ana in
lebilltatinc weakness peculiar
to women. It cures In a lew
dajs without the aid or
puoiioity or a doctor.
,T& CMwmi Amtncan Curl.
V. S. A.
235 Wis. Streel
ALL NERVOUS AND
in Young and Middle-aged Men, Kidney
Troubles, etc., without Hurtful Drugs. No
C. O. D., no Circulars or Samples. Call
r write as above for Symptom Blank,
and the advice of a physician of estab
lished reputation of 25 years, FREE.
n PERMANENTLY CURED.
IPS U A I - E Iff E
n Will do it, or you GET YOUR MONEY BACK.!
'J Shoe healer for it, or send $1 to thePEOAL-
.i"c WD., uoiumDUS. u., WHO win senu 11 r (llmnj
Attend the meeting at Harper's Theatre
Boys are you siriing for that new su t
The Argus offerj jou for new subecrib
erb? H. C. . Aibbnugh, of Eau Claire,
Wis., with his wifn are ia too city on a
The fall meeting of the Monmouth
Driving Park association will be held
Sept. 27 30.
All the boys should strive to win that
suit of clotntsTBH A noes offers t the
boy bringing in the greatest number of
new subscribers between this and Nov. 1.
Curds are out f r the marriage of Miss
Gr ce. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
Velie. to Stuart ilarper of this city at
the Congregational church. Molina,
Wednesday evening, Oct. 5.
Fred Philipp, who his been sailing
o'er the ocean 'blue for the past three
ytara, during which time he has sailed
the Pacific extensively, his returned. His
home voyage from Newcastle, Australia, to
San Francisco, occupied 90 days, and his
ship was detained two wtebs within reach
of San Francisco by heavy fogs.
Freddie, the 4 -year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Jackson, of Cable, is be
lieved to be recoyering from frightful in
juries he sustained two weeks ago. The
little fellow was ( laying among some
grape vines in the rear of bis parents'
home. Hnd in some manner set fire to his
clothing. Before he was discovered and
the fire put out his body from the knees
to above the waist was raw, as were
both hands, and in the back the burns ex
tended up to the shouldcri. Until Sat
urday last little or no hope was enter
tained that he would recover.
Coal Valley, Sept 19 Mrs. Bella
Lee, of Chicago, is visiting at Mrs. Jane
Killing's Mrs Lee has been part of the
summer in California.
Miss Minnie Martin has commenced
her second term of school in Cable.
Misses Jtne Bilie and Maggie Hanna
hive returned to Normal. Mis Bailey
will soon commence on her 3rd yer
during January, 1893.
Miss Margaret Moore is attending
school at G-Iesburg.
Miss Ida Pryce started at the Western
Normal at Geneseo last week.
The contract of building the town
ball has been given to Andrew Johnson,
of Orion, for $2 850.
D. L. Edwards will soon have tbe
bridges at Binghampton & Lettig's fin
ished, and several of the other ones that
were washed out have been permanently
The board of supervisors Bhowed
rather a non-progressive spirit in refuss
ing to aid in repairing the damages done
to the bridges in this town on a mere
technicality. When each bridge is speci
fied in tbe petition it is just as agreeable
to the statute as if but one bridge was
Mrs. Herman Nitz, of Moline. in visit
ing her relatives and also friends here.
Mrs. Wm. Haddock, of Cable, four of
her children and five of her grand chil
dren, visited some cf their oid acquaints
aoces lai-t week.
The republicans have organized and
will rally this week.
Dr. J. I. Stevenson died on tbe 10th, of
paralysis. Tbe deceased came here last
spring from Missouri. He was a native
of Pennsylvania; was at the time of his
death 66 years of age. He was a well
informed man, with a fine personal ap
pearance, a good speaker and courteous
in manner. His remains were sent to
bis old residence for br-ial. On the same
day Mrs. Culper died at the residence of
her daughter, sirs. Pomparine. She had
been ill for a long time. She was ad
vanced in years and leaves a husband.
She was buried on the 12ib.
Not So Easy as It lawks.
"If anybody thinks it's an easy trick to
learn to be a street car conductor he's mis
taken," said an old conductor who was
breaking in a new man on one of the
north side cable trains last week. The
candidate for a conductor-ship was at bard
lalor collecting fnres as the car went
through the tunuel.
"There are scores of things to think of
at ouce. Most new men get decidedly rat
tled. It's a simple thing perhaps to pick
nickels out of people's hands and not for
get to register the fare, but that's a small
part of a conductor's task. He must re
member the passenger's face. He must
see that he doesn't get knocked into smith
ereens by a passing car. He must watch
for the old lady who waits until the car
has reached the first crossing before she
signals to stop the car and then gets off
backward, blaming the conductor if she
Is jostled in the process. He must 'ring'
in the fares and jerk the stop and start
bell at the same time. In Bhort, the cable
train conductor must be a man of discre
tion, not to say brains. Some folks have
fallen into the habit of jumping at the
conclusion that almost any sort of a 'lunk
head' can be a street car conductor. Watch
that new man and Bee how he perspires
trying to learn the business. He takes it
pretty coolly too. He does better than the
average. It takes the average man all the
wayfrom three days to a week to become
competent to manage a car.
"Every once In awhile a man loses his
job by missing fares. For instance, he is
watching the rear of the car to let off a
passenger and some one slips onto the car
quietly from the other side. As a rule,
people do not remind the conductor that
they have not paid, and many fares are
missed through no fault of the conductor.
A spotter cornea along and the conductor
loses his place.
"As a matter of fact there are responsi
bilities even for a streefT car conductor."
Sick Animals In tbe London Zoo.
At the zoological gardens the monkeys
torment the sick one without mercy, and
unless it is at once removed from the cage,
it has little chance of recovery. The small
monkeys bite and pinch it; the larger ones
swing it round by the tail, and when quite
exhausted, or dead, as many monkeys as
can find room sit on its body. Frank
Buckland's monkeys so far as we remem
ber, exhibited considerable affection to
ward another when ill. Bnt that may
have been due to the civilizing influences
of his society. Generally speaking mon
keys mope and seek solitude when sick.
But Sally, the chimpanzee at 'the zoo,
during her last illness behaved exactly as
a human being might under similar cir
cumstances. While the large gibbon in
the next cage, which died just afterward,
retired to the furthest corner, and refused
all assistance, Sally came to the bars In
front, where she could most easily receive
her medicine and food, and took her balsam
of aniseed for bronchitis, as her keepers
dictated. Only when very ill did she retire
to her kennel, and even then would reach
out her hand to the "doctor." But there
is not much faith in "physicking" at the
zoo. Prevention is better than cure
though one bear generally takes castor
oil, which it likes, when suffering from a
bad throat; and a very fine bird, tbe
African hornbill, would allow medicine to
be given to it by its keeper.
A lady visitor was good enough to leave
a prescription to cure the savage Indian
wild dogs of mange. But as she left no
directions as to whether the remedy was
for internal or external application, the
dogs were allowed to cure themselves by
taking "sulphur baths" in straw sprinkled
with the remedy. London Spectator.
The Town' of Mothers.
The town of Leonberg in Wurtemberg is
known as the "town of mothers," for
there the mothers of Schiller and Kepler
lived. On the walk of the old castle where
the magna charter of Wurtemberg lib
erties was signed by Ulrich, the well be
loved, tablets have been placed in honor
of the mothers of the poet and the astron
omer. New York Sun.
The East in the World.
Senator Henry C. Nelson, of New York,
"On the 27th of February, 1883, I was
taken with a violent pain in the region of
the kidneys. I suffered such agony that
I could hardly stand up. As sooa as
possible I applied two Allcock's Pprous
Piasters one over each kidney, and la'd
down. In an hour, to m7 eur . se and
delight, the pp'.n had vanished r -d I was
weil. I wore the plasters for a day or
two as a precaution, and then removed
them. I have b en using Allcock's Por
ous Plasters in my family for the last ten
years, and have always found them the
quickest and best remedy for colds,
strains and rheumatic affections. From
my experience I believe they are the best
plasters in the world."
Sleep on Left Side.
Many persons are unable to sleep on
their left side. Tbe cause has long been
a puzzle to physicians. Metropolitan
papers speak with great interest of Dr.
Franklin Miles, the eminent Indiana
specialist in nervous and heart diseases,
who has proven that this habit arises
from a diseased heart. He has examined
and kept on record thousands of cases.
His New Heart Cure, a wonderful remedy,
s sold at Hartz & Bahnsen's. Thousands
testify to its value as a cure for heart
diseases. Mrs. Cbas. Benoy, Loveland.
Colo. , says Its effects on her were marvel
ous. Elegant hook on heart diseases free.
VThen Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder; ttjr m a r.lin a 1 ttl t
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will atop tbe cough at
frlcV Keadacbo and rollers all tbo troubles Inci
dent to a biUous state of tbo system, such BSJ
lilzzincm. Nausea, Drowalnees, listreas after
Uug. fain in tbo Bide, &c Whilo tiiolr niosft
remark allo success Las been shown la curing
Sesrlache. yet Oil-tor's Little Uvsr Pols an
equally Taluabio in Constipation, curing and pre
venting thisarnoyinffcomplamt.while thoy also
correct all disordersof thestomachtimulate th
liver and regulate the bo wolo. E Ten if theyony
ffiel'Sthey would bo almost pricelessto those wM
suffer from thiudistrcssingcomplalnt; butfnrtn
tmtWy theirgoodnensdoea no'.ondhTonJtUrwo
Who once try thorn will find these UtUo pills ralu
ebie in so iany ways that they wiU not bo wil
iiug to do wuUont them. But after al isick head
Is the bane of so many Uvea that hero is where
I wo moke our great boast. OurpiUacureltwUiia
TXhera do not.
Carter's Little Livor Pills are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills make. dose.
They are strictly Tegotable and do no. gripe or
puree, but by their gentle action please all who
use them. Invialaat25centa: nvsf-rSl. Sold
fey druggists evurj where, or sent by LaiL
CARTER MEDICINE COM Now York.
SMALL PILL SHALL DOSE. SHALL PRICt
ppgs9 o rum Pgvsrr.Gwwgarr par thm
To introduce a series of valuable
educational works the above
WiU be sent to all applicants
Room"" - oowsw, mumuaHEK....
390 bkoadway. mmw vomit.
& Delicious and Healthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
even onruo to thi pu.lici
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
SOKE THROAT, COsJGH-S AITS COLDS,
AND 18 HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
parts a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Bore's Choc-To G urn is the best, try it once, snd
you will use no other afterwards. If sny dealer
you ask for it. has not got it. take no other, but go
somewhere else. You will 6nd all progressive
dealers have it, that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
69 A 61 5. CANAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL
HARTZ & BAHNSEN,
Wholesale Agents for Bock Island.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Why pay bto: fees to quacks when the best
medical treatment can be had for reason
able pricesof The Pern Cnemical Co.. pre.
paree irora tne prescriptions or Dr. will-
iams.a pnysician or wona-wioe repute!
VMIMC UCH sunerirw from Seminal
I UUNO BlLfl and Nervous Uebilitv
Loss of Memory. Despondency, etc..
zraro early inaiscretionsor otner causes; also
1. 1 if
Minn! C ACCn Um wbo experience a weakness
mlUULC-AOCU MCH In advance of theiryenrryK.l
ney and Bladder troubles, etc., will find our Method
nf Treatment a Safe, Certain and Speedy C171-U5.
Criilllll D1CTII I CO Experience prores that In
jCFJl I n AL f HO I ILLCO. temal medicines m will
wbo basuU. floec.a) attention to these
dlaen.ea for many years, prescribes Semi
nal tasttlles which act directly upon the
diseased onjeann, and restore vijsor better
than Stomach Medicines, as they are not
Change of diet or interruption In business.
ROME TREATMENT REUSES?
coKtlng from S3.00 to 15.00, nsed with un
f 111ml- a,-K ft it- nr.. Ihlrfvvn.r- I.. T tr
Williams' private practice. Give tuem a trial.
PpCPipip n 01 fortheKldneysandBladdercura;
UL.UU lb nUtOI recent cases In one u four days
HTERIKE EUTRCPHIC 1.2.
Oil! or write forCatalnirueand Informstluo bofc
eorauitimr ottier. Addre-s
THE PERU CHEifllCAL CO..
'SQ Wismnsm Stkfct sHlrAUKEE. fJI
Washes svery thing from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circtis
tent; Lace curtains especially.
No. 1721 THIRD AVE
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214
W. B GRIFFIN
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rook Island, Iix,
Peaotioai. : : :
Ga9 Fitting and Ganeral Jobbing.
CGkMAH ADSO-UTE CURE FOV ,
f V"0 WILL NOT CAUSE V4l
I I STRICTURE, ask for j I
ICC I B, Q NO PAIN. NOSTAJN.ISf I
! 1 SULL INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH fC?f I
AB. BOTTLC AT AO. DRUOOISTS. tT
VJs Central Chemical Co,
V' X CtUcas-o and l'eoiia. g
T. H. THOMAS, Sole Agent.
Ortr VfffiVKCTTOlff STRINGS fraa wMS mim i trnttr-
Is CLIAN. Dm Dot BTAIN. PEK VENTS BTKICTLE
Cvraa OOHOBBHOtA and OI.CKT la ( to rIS OAT
AtjDlCS CURB tor LCDCOBJtBatA sr WBITK8.
. Bold bT All DBIIOOISTS. flat laaaj AddrM br fl.OS
auLxAua MAMvtACTuaJXQ co. i.tHUAana. oai
I ImpArtc u. OriUiant trans rwrenry to rhe skia. Hs-
I moves rl! plmplc3.!ier-JKleAandusncoloratiolis. For
I I sale by all lint-clas drngzt-ts, or nailed for Ml eta,
RQF.DI EF TEN BACHES
iaht CUKE lor St MIN&L. MEkVOUS
URINAL TROLEUS In TOUNO,
KlIDIHt-ACtS oib mm. NO
ETnstACM MEtlrT.ATlflM. HQ UNCFt.
TAIWTV iU BiSACi-UISTMlsr.l-upojt.
tlf'y r.llTe lb worrt e.-. in 34 taonrv
mud PTtjan.i i t curoair Uxici.va. lndns m
. THE PERtf OKUO OO'
WOlurta.fcs.tb. U 8 1 8t WIS-T SIlKAVIU-lOl,
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wag on Co.
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A n.d eomplete Hne of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aaaptoo to
Western trade, of snperior worksisnsbtp and flnlen. Tllustrated Price List free 01
tiuwuiuu. dvq mo muLuia w&uvfm oerore purcnmslng.
ISTry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone N. 1163. 1700 Third Av.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will t1ara TinHtV .
! same at oar premises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
ISjPGood Rooms by day or night.
UNDERHILL & GLASS, Proprietors.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
All kinds of brass, brone and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and temper. Make
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Ship kd OrricB-At 1S11 First avenue, near Ferry landing, '- . BOCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprietor.-
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office an. Shou 721 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAHD.
Manufacturer of al kinds of
BOOTS AND 8HOES-
Gent's Fine Shoes a specialty. Reia!rinrdone neatly andprompty.
A shire or your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenn. Rock Island. 111.
GEORGE SCHAFEB, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avcnne, Corner of Sixteenth St-eet, - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand.
sandwiches Famished on Short Xotice.
Free Lnnc Everyh Day
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
5 AND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Glassware and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCHS, 1314 Third Ave.
k T ELY BROTK??Rt- ce v..
Ht-Neir York. Price 60
r w.airiul boss, eallev"
To any earnert man we will mall ooe .
A TKBATISE 1-XK MKN OKI."
copy tetlrdr JPr-, In plan senlcC etnrec. "A refuse rtm tbe qo
;. ..,. - .. THE tRIE EfiCAt CO- BUFFAIA. H-
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