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THE ARGUS, SATUJtPAY.APltll, 22, 1893
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Vrt.-,t r.mci Fifth avenae Mid Thirty
Mmt, Frank H. PI u miner, agent.
tEAST. 1 tWKST.
M Bluffs Minneso- I ....
tBv Express I i 'l:1 am am
iMMCin Day Kxprees...! iO:87-m e:.SOm
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"Paaiy. tOoinijeast. tOoing weal.
BUKLISUTON ROUIH-f, a. . natt.
vray Depot First avenue and Sixttrentti .
a itinrM :40 u.
aa.l?uis Hxprees... 7:87 pm
2k mil Kidku ":45pir.
nimmrn Passenger 9:5Spm
jaPrtelit (Monmouth)...; 8:00 am
mmm Him PuuAnflir ......i 7 :N am
eiraai axprese .J;-"
7 :t PT3
1 :60 pto
S :40 pa:
r-tHlCAOO. M1LWACKEK ft ST. PAUL. RA1L-
S wy Racine 4 Southwestern Bivieion Do
Twentieth street, between First and Second
' n lT 11.1 .(.an
VimU aad Express
" 7:tX)a 9:01
3:60 pm 11:4 are
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HOCK ISLAND PEORIA KAILWA1
pot First avenue and -rwentieth street.
2L ISock well. Agent.
2:.lpm 1 :-" pro
9:10 am 3:"' i rr
4:00 cm Sn a"1
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Pai-enpiirt Trains. J Leave, j ArrHe
leave West Davenport.
4:3 pun .j nua
! 3 00 ami 9:45 am
W" Lihortv Trin
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... 'MO 4 ' am
I aP:2-l pin
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a1 :CV.i am
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sintily. b'Dai" v excvptVuad:iy. J-ing nor:b.
Pagjg south and eat
HOST DIBCT BOUTS TO IKI
East. Soutli and Southeast.
X. Rack. Is.and
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. 9 :iw am
i V :: am
.! 10:30 am
.11 :1S am
Aoeninston. . . . .
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feadianapol : s . . . .
: 1 h pm r
3 :C7 pm
3 7 pm
4 :M pm
f :40 pm
7 : SSam
. Rncii Island.
..10:10 am 3:!S0prn
..I l:pm 7:05pm
AccummoJanot trains leave Kort Island at
a. m. and 6.20 p. ra; arr.ve at Peoria :50 p.
m. aatd 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
1 :i5 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. asd 1 :S
AH trams run daily except Sunday.
All passsngor traina arriye and depart Union
Flptse Cbaircaron Fast Express between Rock
2atond and Peoria, botb directions.
Tbroaga tickets to all points ; bag?a?e ccected
twoni'h to destination
S. Rocc Isiaail. ! 9.1o am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds.... 1 10.20 am 6. OS pm
Cab!; 11.00 am 5.40 pm
i. Cable j 6.20 am U0 pm
to. Beynolds ; 7.0 am 1.45 pm
Knck Island ! T.55 am 3.00 dm
Saperintendent. Q Tit. Atei t
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
VOxe Corner Fifteesth street and Third Ave.
:sds the Moline Savings banc. Organised ISC
? CE.NT WTEHEST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Organised nader State Laws.
TaaIrom 9 a. m. to 3 p m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7to8pm
i n Rimrn. - President
a. A. Aihhworth, - - Vice-President
JL W. BuekwaTi - Cashier
Pwter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C A. Rose, U . A. Alnsworth.
i. H. Edwards, W. II. Adams.
Aadrew Fribery, C F. Hemenway,
Hiram Darling .
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ssade for private parties in" the garden
pot of the westfby the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
X. W. Dart, President.
J. 8. Dart Cashier.
Mitchell A Lvnde. Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island Nationa
C.C. Carter, V. D.
Hbtj Dait's Sons, Wholesale Grocer.
4 wmr.v n.V
It Cure Coida. Concha. Sera Throat. Cronp, Infln
enxa. Whooping Coufh. BronehiUa and Asthma.
A certain cure for Consumption in first stagea,
and a snre relief in advanced atacea. Has -at once.
Yon will aee the exeell.nt effect after takina the
first dose. Sold by dealera twywhere. Larf
bottles 60 eeaU and $1.00.
Ucf ore anl .Alter,
TUE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly ard perma
nently cures all Vorms of
Nervous Weakness, Knvs
sions. Spermatorrhea, Im
potency and all effects of
abuse or excesses: been
prescribed over 33 years
in thousands of card-; is
the only reliable and hon
eet medicine knono: ask
druggists for Woon's PHOSrHonrsK: if be offers
sonic worthless medicine in place of i'ui. Vave
bis dithone-t store, enclose price in leer an.i
we will send voabv return mail. Prire ce p.i k:' ,e
fl : six. SA: one will plesse. six v.!,l pair
ph'ct in plain ses'fd envelope, 2 sirens: fiiorcsj
V. OOD CUEM'O t O.,
131 Woodward avenue. Dei..' i' en.
FF;OFF.SSIOf.AL CARDS: .
ITTOHSSY AT LAW Office in Mitchell Jfc
il Ljxde's new block.
JAf5i"S0 iil t-S!,
TiX'llNKVS YT LAW '. i'.Ticetc RocB :r-
Lu:ioni: bur.'.: fl :'!i!U:", Ko - i.at.d. t'.l
nHX5VH ASD tMl'N'.-KLL T A" I.AV
'.ire re!'. Herstot's . look. Koe 1'-.
JtcEMIlY & ScK?;U.
ATI tN BV AT LAW rior.-y .. -
eenrity, make co!:oct:oos. titJ. ro: M ,",1
rliA I.yrdc. rar.Et:rs. '.ce:n Vn'c ' r V
t TTORXKV AT L' Fariavrlv ol port Kyron.
1 ar.d Ja-in.- t:i- ; i iwi yc.i-s ;TM the f.rni of
irowr.intr nir:k n at Mj:ne. h-i n-w oi-xifd
.Tt oiUce in t1 .mi i:U'rmni Hiidlng. r-vm 5, at
C J. BAI'.t.K. !. W. M5ARLB.
SEARLE s PEARLE.
TTOKS EtS an.! ' i.in--v;r-" n' La and So
licitors in Char.i?er: ofBoK Huford's bluck.
J. K, Hollowbush, M, D, Geo. E, Barth, I. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PnYtICIAN3 .U'D TJRGKONS,
Office 409 2:Jrd st. Telt phonelOBS
Kcsidence TS1 'Jlst s V " 113S
ornci jorii :
Dr. Barth i Dr. Uollowbnsh
St to 10 a, m. I 10 to 1 2 a. m.
1 to and 7 to o p. ra. I 1 to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCnllonEh Building, 144 W. 3d St.
Honrs: 9 to 11 are : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtes, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeleb,:m. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
u r t r " fl n 1 ilisrasis of VoBtsn
office over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1143.
ornci hours :
OR. XTERS I D1U WHEELER.
0 to 12 a. m. I 8 to 10 a . ra.
to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
tes. telephone 1200. Res. telephone, 11H0.
R. M. PEARCE,
Room 33 in Mitchell & Lyude's new block
DR. J. E, HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pu;n by tte new
No 1716 Second avenne. over Krell t Math's.
3RS. BiCKEL &SCKQEMAXER
Mitche!'. & Ljnde'e Block. Rooms 29 -81
Edward L. Baixah. Clark II. ISupord.
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111. Ofllce-Koom
41, Mitchell Jt Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Plans and superintendence for all class ol
Booms 53 and 55. Mitchell Lynde bniiditit
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York Citv.
Refitted and renovated ander new management,
on tbe European plan.
Room rates SI a day and upward .
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
Street cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
ULLDRBTU & ALLEN. Ptp's.
Insane Persons Restore."
Dr.KXINE 8 GREAT
r?I)MmNlnv D1SHSBS. Ontyturt
fur A J r. .j r... r J-vTt. J-airs. elC.
tNFAl.l.lBl.B if taken as directsd. Fits mfttr
first dayt us. Treatue and t ' triai bottle to
I Fit patieats. they pavinff express chrjre on bq hen
n--eied. Send mmf.. P. O. and eprc .dtlress ol
I ,i-t0d to DR.KLINK.n,rAn!h St..Phildetphia.Fa,
It Was Made at a Brilliant Soci
AND IS A SAD STOKY.
A Conliilential Chat and What it He
voaltHl Something of (lieat Inter
est to Every Woman.
Oh, if I had orly known; what a
sacritiee might have been avoided.
These words wore spoken at a fash
ionable gathering in a Fifth avenue
mansion hv a woman whose place tts
a recognized leader of New York so
ciety isjieyotm question, She was
the Venter "of an admiring group of
ladies w ho were listening attentively
to what she said.
With a sad shake of her beautiful
head, that made a superb cluster of
diamonds she vore glisten with a
myriad of Hashing lights, she con
'If we could only begin all over
again, and know as much as we do
now. how many b:tler mistakes we
might escape. 1 think of this, be
cause I am reminded of the greatest
mistake 1 ever made, and through
which I came very nearly losing my
'.ife. It happened in this way: I
iravc v av under the constant strain
of the life 1 have had to lead. I be
came run down, wor.iout. exhausted,
mv nerves wee all unstrung. I suf
fered f -otn terrible headache, weak
nesses and tired feeling?-, but put off
seeking relief until I was completely
prostrated. Physicians, then, seemed
unable to understand my case, and I
grew rapidlv wor.-e. 1 would have
given way under me strain if I had
not been persuaded to try a remedy
that in less than one week made me
feel H ao a new woman. It is entirely
owing to this that I hate not only
lice. I .'estol'ed o complete health, but
have been feeling sp'.elididly ever
since. 1 only regret now that 1 suf
fered so long when 1 might have pre
Thou -and - of women are -uttering
from the painful ailments so plainly
described by lhi lady, a ml wouid
gladly 'earn the secret of her re
markable recovery. ..The ler.iedv
which cured her has been tried and
tested with the same result by mill
io is of w omen in America ami abroad.
It has never failed, it cannot t'a:!. its
effect is certain. Here is what some
of those who have been helped by it
have to .-ay in regard to the matter:
Mrs. C Murphy, of Trumansburg.
N. Y., gives some facts of special in
terest in the following statement
which, she makes: Nearly a year
ago I was troubled with nervous
prostration to such an extent that
sleep was well night impossible. My
nerves were gone, and I failed rapid
ly. Two physicians exhausted their
remedies upon me. but for two weeks
I secured hard'y any rest at all. At
last my attention was called to War
ner's Safe Cure, and I commenced
taking i.. I persevered and found
that it was the only remedy which
enabled me to sleep. I continued
its use until I was thoroughly cured.
1 most heartily recommend this
splendid Safe Cure to all sufferers
from nerx oiisiiess."
Mrs. Jennie M. Sk:-Iton. who is one
of the leading residents or Ironton.
()., savs: ! was sick for two years
with liver and kidney disease, so that
I could not sleep at night or at any
other time. 1 consulted a great
many doctors, and they all said the
disease was so thoroughly seated
that they could not cure me, but
wonld give me temporary relief.
Having heard of Warner's Sab Cure,
I resolved to give it a trial, and after
using it a short time was cured, and
have never had any return of the
trouble. I am convinced that it
saved my life."
Mrs. H. V. (i. Carnes. who is one
of the best-known ladies in Uutler,
Pa., says: '-I lived at Turkey City,
Clarion Co.. Pa., some eight years
ago. and I was rnder the doctor's
care for three years, a constant suf
ferer from female weakness in the
mo.-t aggravated form. I could not
even take care of my infant. Medi
cine did me no good and my night
sw eats would make me so cold and
stiff ami my suffering was so great
that at limes'l felt that death would
be a relief. Warner's Safe Cure was
recommended to me by the druggist
in Petersburg. Without any confi
dence, I commenced using it. and
was astonished at the marvelous
change it made, even before I had
finished one bottle: I am now feel
ing well and strong and able to at
tend to all my domestic duties."
These ladies speak from experience
and their testimony is beyond ques
tion. It clearly proves that as a
means of relieving those distressing
complaints from which so many wo
men suffer, nothing can compare
with the great Safe Cure above de
scribed. It has never once failed to
help all who seek its aid and in re
storing health, strength and bright
looks to those whose systems are
weakened and run down, it is. and
always has been, unsurpassed.
"A (lodsend is lily's Cream Balm.
I had catarrh for three years. Two
or three times a week my nose would
bleed. I thought tbe sores would
never heal. Your balm has cured
me." Mrs. M. A. Jackson, Ports
mouth, N. II.
I have had nasal catarrh for 10
years so bad that there were great
sores in my nose, and one place was
eaten through. I got Ely's Cream
Balm. Two bottles did "the work.
My nose and head are well. I feel
like another man. C. S. McMillcn,
Siblev. Jackson county. Mo.
April 2i) Katharine Ziegler to
Martin & Koester, part lot 32 sej 36,
18, 2w, $4,500.
21 Sophonia and Grace Wheelock
to Concordia Germania Tumverein,
lot 1, block 4. Pitts, Gilbert & Pitts'
add., Moline $1,550.
G. W. Evans to Joseph Kail, lot 10,
block 3, Gen. Rodman's add.. Rock
E. II. Guyer to M. T. B. Staender,
n.', lot 12. Ben Ilarjier's add.. Rock
Peter Staender to Mary M. Reeves
ni lot 12, Ben Harper's " add.. Rock
Andrew J. Lloyd to Henry Car
stensen, part lot 1, block 3, Spencer
& Case's add., Rock Island.
April 21 Estate of Rebecca Law
rence. Administrator's final report
approved and order of distribution.
Guardianship of minor heirs of
Javeil Marshall. Guardian's linal re
po 't filed.
fiow Try Ihis
It will cost you nothing and will
s t'v do you good, if you have a
..igh. cobl. or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's
New Discovery for eon-cmp; ion.
c ,.igns or colds is guaranteed to give
;" ' or money will be paid back.
:. . 'Terers from la grippe found it jt'-i
ic thing and under its use . a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
sample bottle at our expence and
V'irii for yourself just how good a
'ling it is. Trial bottle free at Hariz
a at' Ulmeyer's drug store. Large
size 5ue and
S. II. CliiTor.l, New Castle. Wis.,
w.is troubled with neuralgia and
V In n mi' i "stii, his stomach w as dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
: 'arming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bot t l.-s of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard. Harri-bnrg. 111..
I : 0 a tMining sore on his leg of
ht years" standing. Used three
o, tiles of electric bitters and seven
o : .. s of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
i leg is sound and we". John
'k .iker. Cataw ba. Ohio. had live large
It itT sort s o'n his leg. doctors said he
v.-s ieeurable. One brittle Electric
I 'rs end one box Buckley's Arnica
s. . . -cured him entirely. Sold by
L:trtz & Ullomcyrr's drug store.
ItlCKI.KN'S ASMOA SALVK.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
in i cs. sores, ulcers, salt rheum
r. . . sores, tetter, chapped hands,
t olains, corns, and all skin crup,
. o.is. anil positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
. .j give perfect satisfaction, or money
..ended. Price 25 cents per box.
It -a' ov Hartz & Ullemever
"DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
a book mcrth dollars, tent sealed fur ix.
devol,,!,,,,,.,,, , J-S il,:
Sutaiiii aii .......
on.l j.r-v.uN i.r..t JJ
ttess, n. r-...u. t.r, i,
preventing iiiv,;',', . ':
happy i.l'l si. ' ' "i
Reader, suffering from any ccnij.laint peculiar t th- f, ,i- .
rtu ererythins to yon. Letters for mlvire, marked "o.niii'it 7A'
n by our physicians only. ZOA-PHORA CO., If. .;. co j VN'K5
The Furniture establishment
is replete with all the novelties of the s
son, purchased for cash from the
known makers in Grand Rapids. They
not only save you money, but give you ne
and choice designs in Parlor and Chambe
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs -
lounges. Thanking vou for vour rnm.
thev solicit an early call.
i Ti5 and 152?
SFf com! At-nnf
: :r.l ' K'iiai r- .tlit i:.l v - r -
orcon Itmises ! "'' r '
0ne bl.icU. from Centra! pirk. the lar.'irt in Iowa. I i.r :. -
Contractor ea.net. h5i.nl de
-tr.ee "id Shun OLrcer tievetu n:ii Si O
.rfr- n r:n.l nf ctnntiT worn a aeci&TtT. Dans an'j ;-::raatrc for a. tiLi i -r
SUITS, CAPES, JACKETS,
WAISTS AND WRAPPERS
V 111 11 IL A . 11 III 17L I I II I 111 IIIIC llltll 111 III IJ11L, I 1111 V A 11 .1 I 1 III 1 1 11 11 111! VI
. . vvr 1 .11,
uici can uc uuugni ci-cwucic, vvc give yuu 111c ucm quaiuv, 111 ian.
siyles and do not ask you to pay the high prices that other firm
At $5.95 a Nobby Butterfly Cape Jacket, worth $ 6.55
At 4.50 a Nobby Tripple Cape Jacket. " S.00
At 6.00 an Elegant Tuxedo Jacket " 9.00
At 6.75 an Elegant Derby Cape Jacket, " 10.25
At S.25 an Elegant Cape Jacket, " 13.25
At 9.25, 10.50, 12.25, 15 00, 19.00 and 22.00 line of Jackets.
Every style and color represented in this assortment you
will pay from $3 to $S more if you purchase elsewhere.
Wrappers, Tea Gowns
m-Ti 1 T ,rnn oi'n or T?nhe
- lAXA A a- fc"") v n -
Our $1.48 Wrappers reduced to $1.00 Our $3.25 Tea Gowns reduced to -
Our 1.99 Wrappers reduced to 1.50 Our 3.00 Tea Gowns reduced to i f
Our 2.7S Wrappers reduced to 1 So Our 2.25, 2.75, 4.50. 5.25 and l' 0 uJ
Gowns all worth from $1.00 to $3.00 more.
SUITS At $4 25 Elegant Blue Serge Eton Suits, worth $ 6.75
At 5.50 Elegant Blue and Black Eton Suits, " 9.00
At 7.50 Elegant Grey Mixture Eton Suits, " 10.00
At 9.25 Elegant Tan Mixture Eton Suits, " 14.00
At 12.50 Elegant Reefer Suits in navy and black " 1S.00
r A TTr nniT A T Velvet Canes S7.6Q worth Si 2. so.
m im 1 m. w-. m m m m m i m m ... . i -j ; i
l.flrrOrrAilll Our $2,50, 2.75. 3 4.5Q. 6.00. 7.50 and 9.ou -
all worth from $i.ooto 5.00 more.
ZSgPWaists at greatly reduced prices.
In Millinery we lead in Styles and Low Prices.
1 14 West Second Street, Davenport, lo-