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Till: ARGUS.- THUKSPAT. MAHCH L', 1893.
I Kichkpoo Indian Remedies
THE LAUGHING HAS.
WHAT THEY ARE.
They are the Purest, Safest and Most Re
liable medicines Known to Humanity. They
have never failed, neverwill fail, Never Can
Fail. The Essence of their Nat ure is Health,
their Composition Based upon God-given
Indian Instinct, their Combine tion Founded
upon the Solid Rock of centurial experience,
their Virtues Absolutely Indisputable, their
Success Only Limited by their Never-ceasing Production.
No Toisonous Ingredients Enter into Their Formula, no
Mineral is Tolerated in their Fharmacopoea, no Subtle Chem
ical Fume in their Medicine Kettles. The Foreft is their Lab-crater)-.
The Roots, Barks, Gums of Trees and H erbs are their
Components. Kickapoo Indian Medicines are not Mineral but
Vegetable; not Poisonous but Healing; not Death-dealing but
Life-giving; not Destroying but Upbuilding and when Applied
in Season and used with discretion They Perform Great Cures.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa
"Long Life and Good Health."
AND IS THE
On' Genuine Indian Stomach and Blood Remedy Sold in America.
Sold ty All Druggists and Medicine Dealers. $1 Per I ottle, 6 for $5.
Ki.-tinco Imlian Oil, ( For pains) 25 CI. I Kiftapoo Indian V'tm Killer, 2X Ct.t.
Ai inxx" Indian talee (For Cuts) 25 Cts. Kickapoo Indian d uth Cure, 60 Vts.
KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE CO., HEALY & BIGELOW, AGENTS, NEW HAVEN, CONN.
IN WALL STREET, IT MAY NOT
MEAN THAT HE FEELS SAFE.
V w7ncst of many f rioi'Os and otk :.;s U;
(i;rio? of ihe
1? '.and, Frictay forenoon, March 10th . at tho Rock Ilar
Moluie. Keator Houe, atternocn. cf m 3 day.
i . or, d T::m:r ' n f ce and Co iil.v nral in the p .( en at C e hotel .
:l-'m. ONE DAY ONLY.
urn ! a. ir .
r.-'::-Chief Iutir-ta'c Asrcriatior. of Expert Specialists is ;icknowledged to be the
.- cs". skillful rraciiv-Ter in Chror.ic tnd Nervous Diseases ii this country.
: wi.h ti:::ici;on from the University of Michigan, lie took up the study of
- : :he Eye v.rd Ear ar.d the so-ca'.!vd obstinate and incurible Chronic Diseases,
: r rr.c: y years c-t study end research in some of the best hof pitals and colleges of
lie is no', to be classed with the ordinary traveling coctor, who too often Is
cradv.i-.te of a reu'.iii; Medical College, in addit.on to a large home prac--
v.:ts a few of the itr.purttr.t cities of Illinois and brings his gTeat skill and expe
tc ;hc?e v.-ho could not we!', withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
( i visitir e a krre citf. Thousands die or become confirr.ied invalids i'rom the
'ed ana expert n;el:c..l ar.d i-urgical treatment.
Diseases ef Rectum, Tiles, Fissures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knif;, cautsry, or detention from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured by r.
wonderful new iscoery.
Skin Diseases, Kcrema, Psoriais, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, and
Diseases cf Yomcn positively cured it
taken in time before the nervous system i
snatlered. Delay anc improper treatment is
the caiise of so mat y unhappy results "
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The
large majority of so-cillcd Heart Diseases
Diseases cf the Eye and Ear AH oper
ations necessary done without any pain and
without the use of anaesthetics.
NcTVGi! Diseases TCtn-ousness, Nervous
Dcdiiry. Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi--Tv.
Absence of Will I'ower, Melancholy,
'Veak lack, e:c, etc.. arising oftentimes
.rorr. ir.discretions or from organic disease
.r, r.thcr c rrans. From neglect or improper
:'.i.n!e.,: thoe diseases often end in Mti
ar.ri!c;::a Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
tpyer are ail curable. The treatment of
-.ay Fever must be begun three months at
cay before the expected attack. C A7AT.KH,
-i'.a; terrible disease, which, often leads to
deafness. Ringing :n the Ears, Asthma,
'-nsumption, and diseases of the Stcmach.
tured ty the latest and mct improved
me:hr-ds of medical science.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
l"ar.aice:e, rlydrocele, Syphilis, etc., etc.,
ami a'.i the terrible disorders consequent on
R: indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillfully treated.
N'o experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, the pat
'cnt will I honestly informed.
Cases and Correspondence strict! confidential and treatment sent by mail or express,
tut personal consultation preferred. Send stamp lor question lists. Address
DR H. DEYOE- 789 Wa-ren Ave.. Chicago.
INCORPORATED UKDKB THS STATB I .AW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
cu caU from 9 a. m. to 4 p. id., and 6alarajr evening from to 80'tlocx.
i":Tr r cent lEtorest paid on Peposlts- Monov loaoied 0:1 Persoisal.
lateral, or Ileal Fstatc Becnrity
p - V1TCUELL. 1r P C. DENKMASS, Vico-Pret.
1. M. EUFORD. Outii
T. L. Mitchell. E P. RrmldB. r. C.Penkmtrn. JchnCr-itMnch H. 1.
Thll Mitchell, L. Hlrnori. B. W. hunt, J. H. Hr.ford,
jACxaoa HtJBBi.j'olJCtt ira.
"k-sr. hnirf Jniv e. id occoriy the outbesrt eoir.er cf M tehcll LyndeV i
MA HAND SAW
IS A GOOD THING,
BUT NOT TO
13 THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANING.
ELY'S CREAM BALW- .ituni"
1 mzsmtm e
i w it
1 . - rjj
r.ivoo TiAiipf at once for Cold In Head.
iifl30c. iirueciau or r j -naiU ELY BKOS.. 66 Wirren S. S.
A Typical Scene In One of the Well Knorrn
"Bankers and Brokers" OClcrs With
Which the Money Center of the Metrop
olis Is Crowded Cnrryinu Favor.
In the interval between tho morning
and afternoon sessions of the Stock Ex
change the speculators and operators sat
In the broker's office studying the ques
tions as they had been marked up on the
blackboard by a junior clerk. They spoke
but little. Some were making mental
calculations, some were building air
castles, a few were hugging themselves
with delight because fortune was in their
favor, and others looked grim and en
deavored to conceal their chagrin and
regrets at losses by the operations of the
morning. Not a few were wrestling
with Bassanio's problem, considering
whether another arrow would discover
that already lost. In gambling the hope
that another fling at fortune will bring
her down never fades. But those who
gamble daily recognize that such reason
ing is not sound, and where, as in Wall
street, all the investments are based upon
theorizing as to cause and effect, some
thing more than unreasoning faith in
fortune's favor is necessary to open the
purse strings of its followers. Theje men
were veterans, and the pambler's passion
was subordinated to cold calculations.
An old but gay ar:d sprightly man
came upon the scene. Ko was tho pro
prietor of tho office, a big broker, widely
known and very popular. lie was re
puted to be the possessor of preat wealth.
Upon his favor depended tae furlnnes of
some of the men in the chairs. Should
he withdraw it at a critical moment they
might si:;k out of sight overwhelmed by
ruin, wrecks to ha pointed oit by tho
curious in after days as some of tho "has
beens" of Wall street. He addressed them
on the subject of gold shipments, argu
ing from his own view points as to their
effects upon the prosperity of the com
munity. He Lad the manners and voice
of a stump sior.!:or. He interlarded his
remarks with jokes and reminiscences
and talked volubly. A handsome gray
haired man, with smooth face and erect
figure, watched him and the others close
ly. When the broker had finished and
disappeared into his private office, this
man said quie tly to tho friend, a visitor,
who sat beside him:
"I know now just about how all of
these men stand. Did you observe them
while Jones was talking? Did you no
tice how some of them laughed loudly at
his 'jokes, while others only smiled, and
still others remained impassive? Did yon
see how those who laughed loudest strove
to catch his eye, as though to say: ?ee
me; I appreciate your humor: I am im
pressed -with your remarks. The others
hero may not follow you, but I cm all
ears.' And the meaning of all that U
that they want to curry favor with him
and win his personal pood will, so as to
bank against it should they need his
'"I always pay attention to the crowd
when lie talks, for by observing them I
can tell how much margin ea . h is trad
ing on. The man who laughs loudest
and is ir ott obsccjuious is very close to
sinkii!?. He fears he mr.y fro under any
niomout. and his laughter is a desperate
appeal to save him. It rings in my ears
like the cry of the drowning wretch who
yells: 'Save ine! Stive me!" I can .;!
most Si e Litn struggling in the waves
and ring his finder nails 011 the glasv
sih-s of tho rocks ngi.iiist which he is
dt'.shf-.l in his attempts to pull himself
into safetv. Everv tiiiie that man roars
at one of Jones' jokes, and holds his
sids as though they would split, I feel a
throb of sympathy for him. for I know
his case is very desperate. The man who
lauglis moderately, looks knowing and
has a fairly contented expression has a
fair margin r.p and feels safe. But the
man who looks at Jones with an air of
indifference or has the courage to frown
upon him is the object cf my deepest
envy. That man roioses on a financial
rock so high and solid that an earth
quake would recoil from it. And, de
pend upon it. every other man in this
place envies him too. If they dared, they
would stroke liis coat and rub shoulders
with him in tho hopo cf gaining luck
"I will never forget the sensation
caused once bv a man petting up here
and calling Jones loudly by his first
name.. That 'William' still rings in my
ears. Thero was dead silence for fully a
minute after it had been uttered. Every
one of us expected to fee the rash man
struck by a thunderbolt or consumed by
the withering scorn of Junes" lightning
glance. I felt my blood congeal with
horror, and several of tho others told me
afterward thut they looked for some
thing awful. But Jon; s looked as sweet
as an ungel, and we all could have wor
shiped tho daring one on the spot. He
received a dozen invitations to drink
within 10 minutes and was overwhelmed
with offers of cigars. His margin. I after
ward discovered, was 10 per cent. There
is a report that another man called Jones
Bill Botue years ago, but I don't believe
it. If anybody did that, it was an out
sider. Ko customer with a proper con
sideration of the possibilities of the fu
ture could 60 far forget himself, even
though hid immediate conditions were
most prosperous." Sew York Suu.
Swift Whs a 'Dunce" at School.
Not only rOut-rs ami iliviaes, but
some of it.ei.)a M-s.tu.-ir.t F.tiirists and
brilliant iuuiiorUt v. ere dull though as
boys. It i.;;s O'.-.'ti .v;iiu of Swi.'t in his best
days that '"lie displayed eiiutrthe blasting
lightning of satire or the lambent ru1 me
teorlike oarii-nviit-es of fruliwome humor.
And yet this vit-oiuiisiiiput.it vrn consid
ered a fit sn! ; ' : . . ;. Ir--';'.- C;i; iit school.
Afterward, t tiit Jju'.iit: university, "he
was by ii.l:ii .:! d a blockhead."
who was denied lus ih grte 011 Lis first ap
plication, nod c!itiiiti it w ith (ireat rfifu
culty on the w-cend. London Standard.
Telling the Weather Tram Mists.
The motion of mists, rapid or slow, wo
regarded as one of the Ijcst methods of
foretelling the approach of rain or snow.
When there was a mist before the rise of
the fall moon, if clouds wire seen in the
west before the sun rose, or there was a
mist in the fields Ixfore sunrise, wet
weather was expected. When the mists
vanished rapidiy and the moon seemed to
rise faster than usual, fine weather was
sure to gladden the Leans of the merry
makers ou the succeeding day. When the
winds changed and the clouds flew along
on "tail," the farmers predicted a storm.
Cor. Philadelphia Times.
The Rich Man's Sen.
The tich man's son inherits lsnds.
And piles of brick snd stones and gold.
And he inherits soft white hands.
And tender flesh that fears the cold.
Like soft hands. SLd tender fleth. many diseases
ere inheritei ; especially tendencies to asthma,
consumption, bronchitis, and ftomich and liver
troubles; bnt there is a remedy, known as the
"Golden V'eJicil Discovery,"' which overcomes
these diseases, and cuts off all tendencies toward
a f- tal result. Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, has pnt
this remedy wittin the reach cf all, so that even
the poor as well as the rich, can olt.tin It. It is
worth more to yon than "1 ilea of brick and stone
andgo:d.' A;-k y;nr drnggitt for it. It's guar
antee! to benefit or cure in every case, or money
ta'd for it will be refunded.
i:icrtrle Dells In Church.
Playgoers are familiar with the elec
tric bells which ring in all parts of the
honso just before the curtain goes up
This useful device iuis bet-n adopted at
Spurgeon's Tabernacle. Strangers are
kept waiting in the aisles until live min
utes before the service. Ey this time
the regular Heat holders are supposed to
have taken their places, and tho electric
signal is made, followed immediately by
it general rush for the best seats that re
main vacant. Yankee Blade.
She Mande? Oh, she's one of the
friends of my youth.
He I didn't take her to be as old as
that. Kate Field's Washington.
x -Ji Pc-a iartiemd relieve all Ibetroable? lnZ'
"-r.t f & bilioas Bate of Iho system, ruca c?
niacrs, Siui'i, lrOT?ine?8. Pistresa r.u:
l'ain iu tha Si 3. While the.tr Tacji,
r;caii:al'le teeters h."J boea ahesa in cvr-ij
jCcsSache, J-Pt Carter's litrlo Zivrv PiTIa a'rti
riup.!ly valasi :o 'a Constiriion. curing and pr-i;-a:icg
this cnuoyinp complaint. while they altc
c orrec tsUdi3erdcrBoftb.est czjul :htm:nl&tothir
;.vcrasd, regulate the bowal?. Uvea it they cly
Ache tnsy TrealJ bealtr.ctpricelaetoth.o!ewr.9
Cutter from thijdistres sing complaint; buifortu
tatly theirpoodew does nooiid h.To.a,! t nsc
viuencetry thora will and tbefle little pills vala
f.tue in so iar.y irays tiiat Lhey will not bo w.I
i'Xg tedowiiiotututia. B'-i after aUsickUf
'I; tlic ct so rx.any lives t as; hero v-scra
Ft 3u&e cur prtat boast. O-r ili cure 1'. -v;Ia
oilier ao not.
Carter's Litiio Liver TMl'.s are vry m?.n tvai
very easy to take One or twi ills rai wja laa.
-'iilv are sthctiy Tc::c:av.i ra-uo -to. fi"i" c
I ur,f., but by their f-e::-i '.1 , : o Ul bj
t:v-L' ibc;1. ju viat-ivvr-ctr:-... - . - S lU
tr C"v : sr.TywIto.ra, c: s. .' '.
can- re '-.r.
Tee it your on way.
It :? Hit- bett rap made
For W atbiuo. Macbiu- nef.
WARKQC & RAISTOH,
A new and Complete Trearment. confljtine of
RtnjKwitoriefi. Ointmeut in Capnlp, alpo in Box
and Pula; A Positive Cnre for External. Blind or
Bleedtrit Itchine. Chronic. Kecent or Herediwry
Pile, Fekai.k weaknesses and mtny otber dl
eaeeo; It if alwaya a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unceceFrarr
hereafter. This Remedy has never been known
to fall. 1 per box. C for fa; sent by mall. Why
snffcr from this terriable disea when a written
guarantee is positivly piyen with bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
frre samie. Guarantee lSked by our agetl.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like marric on th5 '"tmach. Liver and Bew
es; diupcls Uyvpepsia, Blilonsness, Kever, Colds,
Kervons nisordere,sleeplesneG,Lo of Appetite,
restores the complection: perfect digestion fol
lows their use. Positive care for Sick Headache
and Constipation. Small, mild, e ai-y to take. Larse
Viais of SO Pills 25 cents. 6
IlARTZ t CLLMKYER Sole Apcn Rock 11
c v. . r n m . k.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor
other Xarcotic 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
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is an excellent medicine for children.-
Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dr. Q. C. Osgood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I cm acquainted. I hope the day U not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead 01 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
iem to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Ko-CBELOX,
" Cattoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescriptioi!
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as reguUr
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensary,
A C. Surra, Pres.,
The Centaur Company, TI Murray Street, New York City.
Men's Artistic Tailoring.
The Fashionable Fabric 3 for Spiing and Summer haye
J. B. ZIMMER,
' 2.ALL and leave yourorder.
SriK Block Opposite Harper House:
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
tT"Good Kooms by day or night.
WM. GLASS, Proprietor.
r-elerQose 1098.- 231 Twentieth street.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper HotelB for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIMBEBLAKE & SPENCEB, Props.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gent's Pine Shoes a specially. KenrSn dOM Beatlj and promptlr
A share of yonr pat rota je respectfully sejeitcd.
1618 Second Arenu. Rock Ilad, HL
K G. Hudson. FxmBm
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
11 kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
faxBished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. aud BeTenteentb. st. Rock Island.