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THUS ARGUS. MO DAF, JANUARY 9, 1893
f -s. AT
VmTnEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHTON
1 NEW ANO W tumrLLAiun ot tn.
rtivfr r sin's t net" renuy nn tne nomaen, liver
tVVr. vl Is. pleasant laxatlTe. Thl drink
'n-ilr frii herns aud l prepared for uae a easily
r.. Mnwll It At nn.1 1.i rvr nnj-kfuro.
kJi.iic r.xliiv. Lane' Klinrilv Mi-di.-'.ne move.
I,' if phrFtrian.
n.cntblT by thonsnids of la-
die.. If the only perfectly
Hfe and rcl'able nied'cine
discovered. Beware of on
principled drneKt.ts who of-
V ' Si
rl r medicine in place of this. Ask for
P . , a la in niiutaini in letter
will fend, sealed, by lernrn mall Fall
tV-' p-iPkuiars in plain envelnpe, to ladies
? 1 I'OND I.rU. TCVPANY,
No. 8 Fisher Blork, Petroi, Mich,
in llnrk Island by Mar-hall Fthei.
.. u,.n-e, llartz ann'.-n. 3 Hh street aud 3d
.'4 Hoetf sir
w nr I rm:pieTe Treatment, consip'inp or
p. ,,. ',s, wniun'ii. i:i . HJ'-lll, .1.
u I" i; A 1'o-itive t'nre for Kx'ernal. Klmt or
!:eti:ii'-'. C!in!,i'! Keren- or Heredittrv
f m.k wkaknkskeh and mvnv other rtis-
; ;i i- k ivi a creal i-enefit to the general
'' , !n firs' ilii'.'ovory of a medical cure ren-
r-itinn wi n tne Kntre nnnecesary
'it 1( medv has never been known
.,"fl J per box. 6 for ?Sj ent bv mail. Why
. ffrT frfvu terriiible ilit -a-e when a written
, .(,s;t!v.y piven with bottles, to re
it.i iCt' muney if not cured. Sen l Htamp tor
'.r ri!ii'e. linararlt'.' litii byour aenL.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
'.; mis'c on thtf vtomach. Liver and Bw
d . iyrepia, rttilousne-, Kever. Coldn,
N.-n.-ti- it'r'lt n,"leople!nei.uo9s or Appetite
.,.,,.- ;ie romplecuon; perreet l:peuon ri
i -in r m'. I'o"itlve enre for Sick Hbadachc
t : rr,:p'i,ion. fniiill, mild, ettry to take. Large
Wi'f Si "i.l- rents.
A UAiiNSbN Sole Apecte Kock Island
T. H. THOMAS.
,T WILL HOT
W YOU YAKS
tOO Rwar4 fcn an
MBXMBa aaltaiaaea faial
la lhw Cavnlaa.
VX Cur .ny
nT n "ed tl sat
Fnrsn'.c by all drnKgifts.
Hartz fc ahnen
3 to 3 DAYS
ASSOLUTE CUKE F0
VtlL NOT CAURt
T K.THOMAS Sol" Acent
LAEOR. TIME, MONEY
I se it your own way.
it is the be&t Soap made
For W ashing Machine nee.
WARNODK L RALSTON.
I wm guaranty
that ttie Minple treat
Of mn m'111 rarlalnlvKiiK
and fully derelope an)
xcolc's Cotton Root
A rerei I discover hv an old
V rf T..
aiiack. Iomt kiTf'"1 ' fr- toanvone who wtf
"... A'nuiui i. Marsluill. ilich.
We aatborizs our lveriii4ii drugfigt
to Bell Dr. King's New Diucovery for
conaumption, coughs aod colds upon
tttls coDditi'ja: It you tire elected with
a cougb. cold or any lua. ihroitor
chest trouble, and will U3e thin remedy as
three ted, giving it a fair trial, and exper
ience no benefit, you may retcrn the bot
Ue and have your money refunded. We
could not mifce tbia offer did we not
know that Dr. Kind's New Discovery
could be relied on. It never disappoints.
T.ia! bottles free at Hurts &; Btbnscn'e
drug stor. Large size 50o and 1.
Since tbe first introduction Electric
Bitiers hs gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the lead
anong pure medicinal tonics and altera
tives containing nothing which per
mits its use as a beverage or intoxicant;
it is recosnizsd as the best and purest
medicine for all tilments o? stomach,
liver or kidneys . I: wit! curt sick bead-,
acho. iodiesiion, constipitioo, and drive
nulari t fr.itn the system. Hatisfaction
enaran'oad wi'h c-a?h bottle or the money
wiil b tef iaded. Price only 5(Jc per
bott!e. bold by Hartz & Bi'insen.
3 Jv!ltC!Sri'B tMii ca;,vm.
rhe test sftlve in the worl I for cau,
bruises, soro.t, ulcere, salt rheunt, fevpt
soteB, tetter, chippod h&sds, chilblains,
cams n.n l all skin eruptions, and po1-1
Vvu'i? ruTta piles, or no pay require J. It
I? pjf.rviw.1 .- ci-'f ;' -r!e:-t iHlisfact'on
(.: ..;iv ro-!" i.tt. rfioe csrA? r;r
Fits All n-:s sr.-.fprd fr.-e r.y Or
K line'. Giis' Nt, ve iwtiirjr. Nr fi:s
fafitr 'li.' I;-m il-i's jj-c. Mtrvi'io'.s
curts rr;-ai.e and S3 UUI li .til fnu to
flca. s.. Sr?nd to Iir. K'm , 931 Arcia
f-trn-t, rhii-..'.el..;.i K..i- le lit til
drujvis- !.-. .. .
Mr. Davlti M. Jordan
of Eumestnii, N'. Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
1 Complete Cure by HOOD'S
SAItSA PA HIT. LA.
This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen years ago I liad nn ; ttack of the
gravel, and have since been troubled with my
Liver and Kidneys
gradually growing worse. Three years ago I
got down so low that I coald acarcely walk.
I looked more like a corpse than a living being.
I lind no appetite and for five veeks I ale
othing bat gruel. I was badly emaeiated
and had no more color than a mm ble lame.
Hood's Sarsaparilla was reeornm -nded and I
thought I would try it. Hefore 1 tiail finished
the first bottle I noticed that I fel , better, suf
fered less, the inllnmmatioa of the blad
der had subsided, the color besran to return to
my face, and I kegaa t frel has cry. After
I had taken three bottles I could t at anything
without hurting me. Why, I go: so hungry
that I had to eat 5 times a day. I have now
fully recovered, thanks to
I feel well and am well. All who know
me marvel to see me so well." 1). M. Jordajt.
HOOD'S PlLLS are the best at te--dinncr nils,
assist digestion, cure headache and bi iiousness.
I 1L- vruoirsan , '
ir any unnatural disci. arceaak
titir rlrti-'eist fnr a t,ntlj. of
liip G. It ciirca in a few davi
wirhouttiioRidorpublicity o a
v Mr. Non-poiaon'iiia and
eon ntecd not to ftrieture.
The liui.er.iaJ American Cure.
The Evans Chemical Co. I
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7ho desire a good business position m the Wor"i"g
ftiir city nhnuld write at onre f or Iro ipe tut oi tiia
j-moufl Metropolitan r.uinew Ol'grn, CMra-n
iniusimlfarllitirBforplai'lnrrrradDatt f Plaited
veara. Occupies Its n hm'-ltp '
j ABSOLUTELY CUBES.
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WAKIMt up at will.
WHY IS IT THAT MANY PERSONS
WAKE AT A CERTAIN HOUR?
A Discussion of a Peculiar 1'hiii.o of the
Sleeping Mind True, It Is Beyond
oubt Tbat Many There Are Who Caa
Set Themselves for a Certain Period.
A discussion has been going on in the
Society for Psychical Research as to the ex
istence and the nature of the power by
which so many people manage to wake
themselves precisely at the hour at which
they have resolved to awake on the pre
vious night. There is no question as to the
fact. It is a matter on which proljably the
greater number of people can convince
themselves. You may fix a time when no
clock 6trikes, so that it cannot be a half
heard sound which wakes you.
You mayfix five minutes before the hour
in a house in which no chick strikes the
quartet s, or even in n house in which there
is no striking clock at all and no church
clock within a couple of miles, and yet not
one person only, but a rcat many we
might perhaps say the majority of persons
past middle age can wake themselves at
the right hour if on the previous night
they go to bed with the resolve to do so
strong on their minds. It is a power which
belongs to all sorts of persons not ouly
persons who have been in the habit of get
ting up at given hours, but to persons who
Most nurses have it. most servants, most
laborers, roost i;it ssi-..;;'.l r.ien. Yet it is
very difficult to account, fur, for when you
wake you have 1:0 distinct, nt.r indeed in
distinct recognition of the time on you.
You only know what tii;;e you ought to
have been awake, but not in the least con
sciously that this time has ,-trrived, though
when you look at your watch in a fright
you find r.s a matter of fact that it has ar
rived, and only just itrrived. We believe
that the same power would npply to tin
daytime under the same conditions name
ly, that you !:x firmly in your mind some
hours, or lit least, some considerable time
earlier, that you are to do something spe
cilic aud to be rouse;! to a sense of the time
at a specific minute; only people notice
this lis, since tin re arc so many tilings in
the daytime which wain us and thus put
us on the watch as to how time is Hying.
The curious thing is that, though von
can arrest your attention aud wake up at
1 ne required tune, you never soem to have
the least assurancetuat it is the righttime
without consulting your watch. If you do
really "divine" the time, you have no
power of recognizing that you have "di
vined" it. You feel as if you had merely
guessed il. and very probably guessed it
wrong, until your watch confirms the guess.
It is not by a keen sense of duration that
you compute the hour, for that would im
ply that you knew at what time you made
the resolve nt what time you went to
sleep with the resolve on your mind- and
this is often just wli.it you do not know.
If you ine;.Mircd time by the organic
processes which go 0:1 within you, by a
general sense of the number of pulsations
of your heart, or the number tit breaths
drawn, then you would require to know
accurately what the time was whin you
resolved to awake, and you woisM measure
only by the length i f the th.va.'l subse
quently drawn out. N il only would ih::t
be a very complicated process, but it K al
most certainly not 1 he ae: t-.i f rt . f;r
you may be quite uiit:ous-io.i i.i. what
hour exactly iie resolve is formed. It
seems to be a sense of time, as quite dis
tinct from a sense of the duraiion of your
sleep or of the length of any organic proc
ess which hasgone on siiceti,c resolve was
Yet it is extremely ditTicuit to imagine
that the individual mi-id can be so closely
identilied in feeling with the revolution of
the earth 011 its axis as would ennble it to
say nt what hour a. m. or p. m. you have
arrived. The mind 11,1 asures duint ion chief
ly by the succession of its own thoughts,
but., as we have seen, it is not durat ion, but
something quite different from duration,
of which it appears to be conscious. Thus
it can wake the body at any given hour
without even knowing (consciously at
least) bow much time has elapsed siuce
the resolve to wake was first formed.
The present writer may assign the pres
ent article jus a conseqnence (one of very
many) of the power of waking at the exact
hour desired, an hour which is often varied
in accordance with the urgency of the case,
so that it cannot be ascribed to the habit of
waking at exactly the same hour. It is a
very curious power, for which we can as
sign no parallel. AVe certainly have no
similar power of waking ourselves on a
journey at any exact point in space on
which we may previously determine. If
we resolve to wake up at t lie moment the
express train in which we are traveling
passes a particular point from w hich, sup
pose, a striking landscape is visible, we
should not manage it unless the train were
so punctual that we could effect it by de
termining to waken at the precise minute
when the train was due there, though in
that way we believe it might occasionally
But there certainly are multitudes of
persons who .appear to carry some kind of
clock about with them in their inner mind,
though whether it be the clock of the
house or the clock of the neighborhood it
would be well to find out.
' In the present writer's case it is not the
clock of the house, which is kept fast, but,
ns near as he can judge, what he believes
to lie right time i. e., railway time, though
if he were, say, five minutes wrong in liis
impression of w hat right time is, it is prob
able that he would awaken by the time of
his impression, urd not by railway or
Greenwich time. London Spectator.
A Mistaken Impression.
That the intuition of women is some
times at fault was amusingly illustrated
by a recent incident in Portland. A lady
was conversing with a gentleman whom
she kuew but slightly, and whom, for some
unaccountable reason, she took to be a
widower. She had never heard it said that
he was. He simply impressed her in that
way. She took it for granted, and asked in
nocently how long his wife had been dead.
The involuntary alarm which caused him
to exclaim, "Good heavens, madam I when
did she die?" was no creator than that
which this unexpected answer produced in
her. He was a stranger there, traveling
on business, and hadn't seen or heard from
his wife for some little time Bangor (Me.)
Tito Study of Botany.
Jean Ingelow, the authoress, whose de
lightful tales will live long after she passes
away, has stated thut the study of botany
has ever been one of her best relaxatives,
and so say they all. Median's Monthly.
Some Men Are Like Roosters.
It would probably be hard to convince a
bantam rooster tbat his crowing doesn't
have a good deal to do with making the
sun rise. Barn's Horn.
During one of my hunting and fishing
excursions in Louisiana I was fishing on a
lake two or three mils long and from one
quarter to one-half mile wide. On one side
the hill land came down near the lake,
leaving about one-quarter mile of sand
beach, and w-hile there I saw a deer run
ning at the top of its speed toward the lake,
and a moment later a wolf appeared in hot
pursuit. Expecting them to plunge into
the lake, when I could overtake and kill
them both in the water, I kept my place.
Just before the deer reached the water it
was caught by the wolf, which palled it
down and killed it. Then the wolf stalked
around, looked about, trotted off some dis
tance and set up a howl, went farther and
again howled, and then into the woods,
when I heard more howling.
The wolf being out of sight I rowed my
boat to the place and got the deer and then
went back to my fishhooks. Shortly
there appeared upon the scene a pack of ten
or twelve wolves. They sniffed and moved
all around where the deer had been killed.
These movements occupied considerable
time. They would huddle together, change
about and trot about in all directions,
keeping close together.
Finally they got into a fight. The whole
pack attacked one wolf and killed it. It
was literally bit and chewed to pieces.
Now what was the wolf killed for? The
probability is, and I am almost positive,
that the dead wolf was the one that killed
the deer. I have talked to many hunters
upon this subject r.Ti hare come across
but two who had seen anything similar,
and they thought the wolf had been killed
for lying. If it was dime in the case I saw
for lying it was t lie only 1 ime I ever knew
a wolf to be killed wrongfully. Forest
A love 8ong In M Flat.
"My modest, rniitchles Madeline : "
Mark my ma'odions midnight moan?;
Much may my melting masic mean
My modulated monotones."
This, young man stayed out too late, serenading
tialalylove. He caught a cold, developing into
aturih.bat he cured it with Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Itemed)-, a sovereign renedy f.r chronic caes,
"Cold in the Head," Catarrhal Headnche. It cor
rects the lai; ted breath, stops the offensive d:s
charies, he. Is the irritated tlir at and noe, leav
ing the head clear, tne smell and taste niiim
pairid. It cos's bnt W cents, and the proprie
tors offer in good faith foOO for a case they cannot
Tlie CTiiisese i:i San 1'rancisco.
A mirage of Tu;;::.ian civilization, a
shadow- of the past, projected upon the
present, a frontispiece out of the book of
life this and more is the Chinese quarU-r
in San Francisco.
These oii.OfjO s.mis, huddled together in
spaces well nigh uul.reathable, uninhabit
able, jostling ;:eii other along dark and
crowdetl t horouhfares, silently and im-perturb.il;!-
pursuing their mysterious
ways, s.i supremely indifferent to ail ilia'
hems tlieni in, men t.tcy seem not. but.
shades "ail too impalpable" from the deep
Tartarus of time.
Architecturally, however. Little China
is at most but at inilueiice, and it is doubt
ful whether a sin;;ie s; ructure i.i the entire
colony owes its existence en! irely to Chi
nese capital. Indeed the necessities of ti e
case made 110 such demand upon the frug.d
and thrifty Mongol. Like Moiiere. h. took
his own wherever be f.uin.l it. The huge
business block of f'.i-i Francisco's early
commercial period end the hastily con
structed shanty of t'ie s.-.nd hills alike be
came los property by right rf conquest,
and he found both ertb-r-j of Aniericjin
architecture equally :t aii iide. The shanty
soon shone resplendent in vernal green and
sacrificial red; and the hard, uncompromis
ing lines of warehouse, dry goods empori
um, and office building were softened by
many a jutting gable and projecting bal
cony, hung with lanterns and refreshed
with lilies. Henry Burden McDowell in
EbenmattsBi Carefl in a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralma radically cures in one to three
davs. Its. action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes at
once the cause snd the disease immed
t it'7 listipnears. The first dose greatly
benefits. Warranted by Otto Grotjao,
druggist, liock Island.
To Young Mothort
who are for the first time to undergo
woman's severest trial, we offer you, not
the stupor caused by chloroform, with
rick of death for voursclf or your dearly
loved and longed-for offspring;, bnt
"Mother's Friend," a remedy weich will,
if used as directed, invariably alleviate
tbe pains, horrors and risks of labor, and
often entirely do away with them. Sold
by Uartz & Bahnsen.
I Have Taken Several
Bottles of tirsdficld's Female Regulator
tor falling- of the womb and other diseases
Combined, of 16 years standing, and I
really believe I am cured entirely, for
which pleafe accept my thanks.
Mrs. W. E. Stebbiks. Ridge, Ga.
Sold by Hartz & Bahnsen.
Lack of Exercise
Is one of the prime causes of headache
in the winter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh Air dunce the pleasant
months are surject to this terrible an
noyance at this time of tbe year. A
boon is offered in Kr&use's headache cap
sules, which is cuaranteed to cure any
kind of a headache no matter "what the
cause. Headache caused by overindul
gence ia food or drink late at night, can
be prevented by taking one capsule be
fore retiring and one in the morning.
One minute's time often makes a great
difference a one minute remedy foi
Bronchitis, choking up of the throat,
lunB, etc , of coarse is a great blessing,
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Cubcb Cough Cure One Minute.
W. Rowen, of Des Moines, Iowa
while snow bourd at Carroll, Iowa,
through exposure contracted a severe
cold. After several useless trials of var
ious remedies he purchased a bottle of
Cubeb Cough Cure, and nays tbe cure
was magical, and after taking two doses
he could breathe freely, and enjoy a good
sleep that eight undisturbed. Another
ease is on record where a lady had not
slept more than one or two haurs a night
for months, who after using only one
bottle, was well and happy,
To Ton l ave
Neuralgia, Lame Back. Pain in the Bide,
Sore Throat, Sprains, Soreness of the
Chest? Then have it no more but use
Erause'a German Oil.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute
Sastoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Bullions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting: Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething; troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and hotels, giving;' healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children.'"
Da. G. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I cm acquainted. 1 hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the v.iricusquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby seeding
them to premature gTaves."
Da. J. F. Kiscbeloe,
The Centaur Company-, 77
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the ciiy.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous of
caving them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our piemises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
tNCOBFOBATKD UNDER THS STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
EOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open rlaU from 9 a. m. to 4 p. ra., and Saturday evenings from 7 to S o'clock.
Five percent Interest paid oa Deposits. Monev leaned on Personal. Co1
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P L. MITCHELL Pre?. F C. D5N2MANN, Vir.e-Pr. J. K. BTJT0R3, Cashier.
F. L. Mitchell. H P. Reynolds, F. C.Denktrann. John Crebacgh, H. P. Bull,
Tbil Mitchell, L. Simon, K. W. Hurrt, J. 11. Bnford.
Jacksou it Host, Solicitors.
Began hnsWie" inly 8. ISM, ard ocenpy the ontheaft corr.cr of Mitchell & Lrcde's new
-ELY'S CREAM BALM-Clean- it,e JTanal ika
Pasiias-eit, Allays I'ain ami Inlixmmation. llealai WSI"K rO-r1
ine sores, He-tnrea Taste
1 f Ai MA I
Gives Koliof at once
A I.. -"--A. A V . I' A -7
. ''m Jljrp'V 111' tnr. .vij((r7isB.
Drufrtrista or bv niaiL
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in A.en's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIMBERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
F. (. Hudson . M. J. Parkml
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A.11 kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth t. Rock Island.
Davenport Business College,
C01MPLETE IN ATT. DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRE33
J. C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
m ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
All kinds of brae a, bronae and alaminnm bronze iUc, all eludes and teKtere Male-
tperlaltj oi brass metal.'psUern and artistic work.
Shcp akd OrriO At 1811 First venne, near Femr larding, . OCK afiLAHD.
J; MAGER, Proprietor:'
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
know n to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Cur physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and althcug-h we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor ujion it."
United Hospital, asd Dispensary,
Allen C. Smith, JYes.,
Murr ay Street, New York City,
anil Smell, and (
1 1 I.i I Si0-"! -i
for Cold In Head. I
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ELY BROS-6fi Warren SL. N.Y.C
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