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THifl ARGUS, MONDAI, JANUARY 23. 1893.
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':. "HTME GEOGRAPHY Of THIS COUMTRYWItt C6TAA
tlt tH0PMTl3K rROM A 8TUDY CF THIS MP Of Wl
1 Bock Islana & Pacific By,
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r n, Maratinc, Ottmowa. Otrkalooaa, Dea
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f witrlown and 8loux Fall, In DAKOTA;
t Jwrh and Kannu City. In MISSOURI;
a . , F'rbury and Nelaon. In NEBRASKA;
Z'lrTe"w"rth- Horton. Topka. nnfchlnson.
r -H. Abilene. Vodgt aty. Caldwell. Id
fc; 'Hrthr. El Hrao mrA Mln l tkhi a xi
f'Pjnr. I)'T"' '"'"""'o 8prlng and Pueblo,
.1 T'7"""' n?w rich rarmlnl
J"" f a"u0 ,ml Racine and
"tmVLE EXPRESS TRAINS
CniriT-n rIennor rnlpnjml,
' W OnT"1 M0INEB. COUNCTL
f'TUr.rm, .,' ,nd btwwn CHICAGO and
t'lfrr SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
Tr ,Uld TOP'KA and via ST. JOSEPn.
Litirib' "EE RECLINING CHAIB
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ZZnr lloea, now Ibrmloc U new and
STA KTia bt n .
f-'S-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
t ySXSH? train, ran dally
rTHOLX CHANGE to and from Bait
'l.1,KX,ta rclKo. the ROCK
klti .v . i,rec vorlt Una to and
icl""1 fining dUtrictt In Colorado,
p-r FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
K,U,M ty and from .11 1m
tt. "Ctlon' ln Sooh"n Nebraaka.
"Tr J" n T"ory. Aln via ALBERT
rTi? a?,1"" 01,7 "nd C1"00 to Water.
J INSEAP0LIS d ST. PAUL,
'will.. pL..-""oth northwart betwean
tiiTr' roldCT. o dealred Information
f aMwli tt 0BC ta UQlUd 8tat"
j,-. -uni, SEBASTIAN.
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T iLE.X fS.?" Q 1 rEE- BRIGHT AtlO
-" vumrLLAIUH IS btl T t H
My fine tor aar. it rpntlv m. kn i
and klilnoya, and tiia pk-aMuit lazatlvn. Thu 'drink
Tl'de 'r"'n hrhH, and la prupan-d for use aa eaily
v m ii uil'iuh'U
LANE S MEDIGIH1SI
All limfrtrlftTta ? ft n k,v .. nn i
the horn rim rrnra day
lit ln'ulthy. 1 1
A recent dlg"ovcry b an old
physician SticceHsfully need
iroatblv by thousands of la
die. Ia tlie only rerfee lv
,ife and reliable med'clne
U-. .rfT diHcovred. Heware or rn
w..'' rtrincinle-l drnetrintH wh- tf-
fer inferior medicines in nlaie of this. Ask for
Cook'i Cotton K'iOT Cobpodno, Uke no nabs i-
inre, or tnclasu II ana 6 ce its In pist!;c in lett r.
and w.; will sent, sealed, by return mail Full
sealel particulars in olain envlioe. to ladies
only, rUmps. Addrc-.
lM.MJ Ll LLl CCVfASY,
No. 3 Fisher Block, D,-trou Mich.
Sold In K.ifk I!and by Marha'l & Fishei. Ht
per llon'u. Ham A Baanen SKh street and ki
av . ana dm .-'ists evi'rvvnr,' .
&I1 Chronic Mm
Su2cessful.v Treated Upon tte
Latest Sientiac Principles.
No Exprimonts or False Rsprese:U
tions. O insults tin. Examination
ffdential. At Hajper House Saturday,
... . t&$m&.
Hii had years of experience In the largest hospi
tnl in the eonntry and is a ?radnate of several !
the best colleges in the United 8 tes, am his
Ju-t retnrned from a tour of the largest hnspita s
ln Europe, where he ha b-en stud in? tie la'ent
and mo-it improved methods of ireatiuR the dU
eaes of blch he makes a specialty.
He has had years of experience prior to his
European trip, and is well known in this vlchvy
i he has euro I Imndreds in yonrcity and vicin
ity. In the Nrt three years. He takes no menr
able diseases, but hasenred hnndre 's who ba e
been aiven up aa incuable by lia physicians.
Acnte t.no chronic catarrh, chr nic diarrhoet,
painful or suppressed mei struat on, Itillirnitit n
of the womb, inflaT-atfon of ihc blaJd, r. diab-jtei,
dyspepsia, constipation, kidney, urinary "aid
bladder troubles, Rrij:ht'e disease, tape worn,
crooked limbs an 1 cnlar.'Cd joints .club 'oit.whi e
swc.llng. ncrvonncss and general debility, imp -tency,
leuccrrhea, pimple, blotches, tancer,
(Uopsy, grtvel pleet, pon'HThoea, hydrocele, h. art
disease, hstef18, Hi. Yitq-5 dance, paralysis,
rheumatism, a-t'mia, female wcaknef?, etc.
All surgical operations performed.
Epilepsy or fits ponitivciy cored.
Piles cured without pain, knife or caustic.
B ood and skin diseases cured by improve ard
nerer failing remedies
Etis toss eyes cured in one minnte withot t
pain. Weak, watery eyes, dropuimiz lids, Granul
ated lids, sore eyes of any form, wil l hairs, ra--rract.
false pupils, spate, scum . turning In and
ab Nosscs and deafness, ulceration, dN
charRcs, polypus, etc.
Nosb N isal catrrrh.polvt'ns of the nose, plas
tic opera' ions, etc. Dr. Walters can absolutely
and permanently enre aiv ense of catarrh thu
ever existed. He honestlv believes he can sho
a creater record or eases Cf caUrrh cured than a 1
other physicians in the state
Small tnmors, cancers, warts, moles, etc., re
moved without acids, knife, pain or scar. Nov
Ladies That "tired" reeling and all the femal i
weaknesses are orompt'y cured. Bloating, heat
aches, nervous prostration, general i:ebil:n,
sleenleser'ess, depression, indigestion, ovarian
troubles, inflammation and olcemtion, falling an l
displacements, spinal weakness, kli'rey com
plaints, and change of life.
Oboanai, Weakness Immediately cored an l
foil vigor restored. This distressing affliction,
which renders life a burden and marriage impos
sible, is the penalty paid by the victim of impro
per indulgence. The most chaste most acknow
ledge that the passions arc the great magnet bv
which the whole world is attracted. Destro'v
them and what have wef Man is no longer inter
ested In the opposite sex: the interchange of that
',TO'1'1 repose which now attract and Interests
the whole world exists no longer; man ceases to
be what God made him ; the world is no longer in
teresting to him, and remorse anddi appilntment
are his constant companions. onsnlt Dr. Walter
at once, and yon will find the sympathy and re
lief that yon positively reqnlre to be happy.
Remember the date, and come early, as bin
rooms are always crowded wherever he goes.
Dr. Walter will return every four weeks dur
rog the year r.f 1893. Bring- from two to four ox.
of urine for chemical analysis.
Lyman P. Walter, M.
8748 State St,. Chicago.
A new and Omnlete Treatment
Bnppoaitories, Ointment in Capsnls, also ln Box
and PlUa; A Positive Core for External, Blind or
Bleeding Itching, Chronic Recent or Hereditary
Piles, Fkbale wbakhbsbbb and manv other rile
S"??JUi?L"lw.T,f ' to the general
health. The first dUjcovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy has never been knowi
to fall. II per box. 6 for Jo; sent bv mall. Why
offer from this terriable disrate when a written
guarantee is positivly given with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Hend stamp for
f me sample. Guarantee lasted by oar aeai.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on the stomach. Liver and Baw
e; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Kever. Colds
Nervous Dteordera,$leeplessness,Los of Appetite,
restores the complectien; perfect digestion fol
Iowa their nee. Positive care for Sick Headachb
and Constipation. Small, mild, easy to take Lanra
Vials of 50 Pills 25 cents.
BARTZ BAUNSRN Sole Agents Rock Island
iivhk a a .i.v.. n i i - j.
THE VOtCE FROM OLD ,KEHTqCKY. t
A rmenllrar trln"Tra?d 'Hbroaa ' Slde
an American Romnlek.
"So yon came back, after mil.
Colonel? When I 6av yon in Paris
two years ago yon told me that Paris
was ronr home. You said that it fit
yon like an old glove; that the boule
vards were made for you; and that you
never expected to come over to this
side of the pond again. How came you
to change your mind?"
"I got homesick."
"Homesick? Homesick? Well, that's
good. Like a schoolgirl, eh? What
do you think of that, gentlemen? The
Colonel got homesick. He who hasn't
had a home for thirty years who has
been roaming the earth ever since
Lee surrendered. Touch the button.
Colonel. The drinks are on yon."
"With pleasure. Judge, but pardon
me if I fail to understand the cause of
your merriment. As the doctor says,
it has been many years since I have
known a home; "but don't keep the
boy waiting. A little bourbon for me.
Yes, many years, gentlemen, many,
many years. But 1 was homesick, just
the same. And 1 confess that the in
cident that sent me back will probably
appear trivial and absurd to you. 1
had made up my mind to make Paris
my home. For a wanderer like me it
seemed about the proper haven. I
like its ways. I like its playhouses.
In fact, I like everything about Paris
except its taste in the matter of
drinks. But you don't have to drink
absinthe unless you care to, and I
thought I was at'last satislicd to settle
down. I foil so thoroughly established
that I began to think of 'doing sirue
work, and actually did a little writing.
This went on for a year or more and I
was fully determined to stay right
there like ati old hull on the boach.un
til the timbers fell apart.
"At last, some way or other, how
ever, I began to feci" a strong feeling
of unrest. I got nervous. 1 began to
worry about my liver. I consulted a
doctor. lie, the idiot, advised me to
quit smoking and I advised him to go
to that place where people are sup
posed to smoke forver. I decided that
I would run down to Rome and see
the gay old town of dirty beggars bid
farewell to meat. It was just the time
for the carnival, so to Rome I went.
I didn't enjoy myself. I met many
people I knew, but none for whom I
cared. It's hard for a man to make
merry all alone. I wondered who I
had ever seen in the carnival before.
1 had a personal grievance against
everybody who was enjoying himself.
When some one threw a handful of
confetti over me I swore. I made up
my mind to stay it out, however. I
had a good window on the Corso near
the Piazza del Popolo, and there was
no use running away. The blue devils
would have followed me. You can
imagine me sitting there all alone,
biting a cigar atjd frowning down upon
the gay crowd in the Corso. Little
girls pointed me out and threw con
fetti at me and then, when I did not
smile, said something about the evil
eye and got away. Die noise made
my head ache. Some friends called to
me from passing carriages, and I al
most forgot to return their salutation.
But all of a sudden my ears caught a
whiff of an old melody. At lirst, gen
tlemen. I was not sure. I thought the
tunc was just running through my
mind. But some one was surely sing
ing. Above all the noise I could catch
the song and the tinkling of banjos
away clown t lie street. Very faint, but
"Weep no mo", my Indy. weep no mo' todnv.
For 1 11 sing one sunt; o'j de old Kuintiirky
Otitic olc Kninlurk in im so fur nwny.
"Doctor, I don't know j;tst what you
would have made out of a study of my
br.ua when I caught those words, but
I do know that it darted electricity
through every norve in my body.
The singers were coming my way
four good, strong American bnys,
Woodford County boys, I'll bet. They
wele In an open Carriage and wer
blackened up to look like darkies.
When they got under my window I
jumped up and gave a rebel yell that
shook the Vatican. They looked op,
laughed, and kept on singing. I
strained my ear as they went on down
the Corso, and when I caught the last
echo, hang it, gentlemen, there was a
lump in my throat as big as your list.
I sailed for New York the very next
week, and three weeks later I took a
drink in Louisville.
"Well, here's the boy. Everybody
standing, please. Here's to 'The Old
Kentucky Home.'" Knnsas City Slar.
Not According to Expectations.
"You can't always judge men by ap
pearances," observed the stout man.
"No, indeed," came a chorus of as
sents from the circle.
"And you can't, always tell by a
man's looks and makeup whether he's
got fighting stuff in him or not."
"That's so," chipped in several.
"Beat's all how a man will turn out
dead game sometimes when you have
not sized him up that way at all."
"Yes, indeed," was the unanimous
"Yes, I witnessed a scene today that
impressed that on my mind. There
was a big, bulking, bloatod fellow
cyffing a small boy on the Bowery,
when a dudish looking chap stepped
tip and told him he was a coward, and
threatened to thrash him if he didn't
"And did he stop?" asked the thin
"No, he didn't."
"Then the dudish chap pitched in
and licked him, of course," observed
the well-dressed man.
"He pitched in, but he didn't lick
him; not by a durned sight. The big,
bloated fellow licked the dudish chap
just knocked the stuffing out of him.
And that just illustrates the point I
want to make. When a slender, dud
ish chap gets into a scrap with a big,
burly, bullying fellow, it isn't always
safe to gamble that the dudish one
will win. Once in a while it turns out
that the burly, bullyiug fellow's got
the fighting stuff iu him if he dou't
look that way. Don't itP"
There was no response. Every one
in tho circle, except the narrator,
looked as though be were conscious of
hvinsr been sold. 2? . Y. Eerald.
I "L Ftonovieei ' rrb!eai? tec Saw.4 t i
riQaia teuiLmisi 4)j Mr Art E.
Uurd. of Urotnn. cVD.7we quote: "Ws
. -.11.1 . mi coin, wnion sett ltd on
my ).. i-oujib f-er Jo nri finally trnii.
Dated m cotiKumption. Four doctors
KBVe me Up, saline I ronlrl liv Ki -
short time leave navanif r i. ..
8ior. determined if I", could : not Hay
with mv friends on e.rth, I would m-et
ity .b.t:cl eties above. Ms husband was
dised to te: Dr Kion'a NV-w n...
for consumption, coughs tnd colds. I
gave it b trial, took in ail. eight bottle;
It baa cured roe, and think God I am now
a well and beany woman. Tiial butties
free at Hanz & Bahnsen's drug store
regulnr ikr, 50c and $1.
Gcod looks are nmr thun v,. A....
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flepending ilt-on a heftllhy condition of
.11 I f . i . .
an me viibi organs. 11 ine livt r be inac
tive, von have a bilious Innk If
ftorrjieb be d;t.orrieied vou hive a r'vs
pepur; io. k and if your kidm-vs b.: affect
to jou bae a pinched look Secure
Kood health ami you will hsve eood
looks Electric Bitters ia th IT rs (a mt I -
tera ive end tonic nets directly on these
vital organs. Cures Minnies, tilotehea
boils an ! nivg a yoorl ramnlnum ki.
at Hht:z vfc Bahneen's drua stor, 50o Der
Tin. rM salve :r ht wo.id f-r ?.,.
?'!'!, por.-e, uicci, j&U rbion., '.,
'',. cW'pcd hands. ribiVMsinfe
-r s') gkc frupticris. and post.
ivt'iy core. iiei, or no psy requiretl. !t
irniii-aneed to cive perfect sittafttctvTi
t money refundsd. Pricte 25 cents pei
' v. Vrr Mil .v Htvrt. & BaUnseti
I w3 troubieJ svitb cvarru for seven
reals nrtvioiiN to cnmir.encino' the use of
Ely's Creifc Blrii. It has doue for m-
bat oih. r to eatlid remedies tmvo fi'ed
to o cu.ed n e. 'i'be tC-.-ct of the Bilm
-een-ed rn siciul. 1'Urcuce L Huff.
B d.hf .;d, U-.
Af'tr '.ring manv rennoies forcHturth
dur ns 'be. pst 12 5eir, I tried Ely''
Urtam B d c with complete euccesa. 1'
is ov. r olc y.-Br since I stor-Pd uvintf it
sr.d h'.'ri h d no return of c&'i.rrb. I
re o-nmot.-lit lo nil nij frtnJg. Milton
Palm. I'- dine. P i.
Childn-u of Mr. and Mrs. H. 31. SoUer
Both Had Eczema
In Its Worst Form
After rhystrtans Failed, rood's)
SarsapariUa Perfectly Cured.
Great mental agony is endured by
parents who sec their children suffering
from diseases caused by impure blood, and
for which there seems no cure. This is
turned to joy when Hood's Sarsapariila is
resorted to, for it expels the foul humors
from the blood, and restores the dis
eased skin to fresh, healthy brightness.
Read the following from grateful parents :
To C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. :
"We think Hood's Sarsapariila is the most
valuable medicine on the market for Mood and
skin diseases. Our two ctiUireo suffered terri
bly vith the
Worst Form off Eczema
foa two years. VTe had three physicians in
that time, hut neither of them succeeded in
curing them or even in giving tliem a little
relief. At last we tried llootl's Sarsapariila
and in a mouth both children were per
fectly cured. We recommend
as a standard family medicine, and would not
he without it." Ma. and Mlts. M. M. Sum
1412 2nd Avenue. Altoona, Pa,
HOOD'S PlLL8 cure liver Uls, constipation,
biUouaneaa, Jaundice, sick headache, indigestion.
3 TO 3 DV3V0
wttL risr rAtiRt
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T H.THOMAS Sol" cent
'rf tvnnKlAwlth nnnnM.u 1
ri:iMt White, cm-.-. 1 l
.. ,,, , uirrs
nrillT nimatriMl Hlul.-u.i.r
vonr drnmrlat for hntti
Big . it cure in a few days
without the aid or publicity of a
doctor. Kon-pofsonons and
guaranteed not to stricture.
1 IM VtiitersaX American Curt.
. Th Evam Chemical Oo.
u. . a.
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Castoria 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
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness. 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 bosreIs, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of Its
good effect upon their children."
Da. Q. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I fern acquainted. I hope the day Is not
for distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
Da. J. F. Kinchexob,"
Tie Centaur Company, Tl
DIC0HPOBATSD TJHDBB TEX STATU UW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Ooen da Jy from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings f ron 7 to 8 o'clock.
IT.v 3 percent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
V i, MITCHELL Free. t C. DBNKMA2TN, Vlce-Pres. J. X. BDPOHD, OasblM
P. L. Mitchell, B. P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crnbangn, H. P. Hull.
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, K. W. Burst, J. M. Boord.
Jacbsob A HcBsT.SolicitorB.
' 7" Began business July 8, 1890, and ocenpy the vontbeast corner of Mitchell Lynde'8 new
Munro, De-Eue & Anderson,
Successors to John Aster,
Wholesale and Retail Bakers.
226 Market Square.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aen'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,
TIM3EKLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
R Hudson. M.J.Pabmk.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate.
fnrished when desired,
fihop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth et. Rock Island.
Qavenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS
J C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
A" 0t br"8' br0Me AlmUmm bronre easting, aU .hades and temper Kak
a spectalty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Shot t D OrvrcAt 1811 First avenne, near Ferry landing, . kOCK. ISLAND.
J. MAGER. Proprietor;
pSktl? AM.?ALfyi-..tl.e Kasall
,h. m.ri V J" J.
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" Castoria is so well adapted to dbihtrea that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known lo me."
H. A. Abcber, H. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St.. Brooklvn. TC. V
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of tbeir experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although 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 and Dispihsart,
Aalkx c. Smith, Prrs.,
Murray Street, New York City.
"Bammao.u, Heals I
iwie ana hmell, and ( un
T. H. THOMAS.