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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1893.
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DCCT AMD CDF r A DTUCCT
leaves no Sediment on the bottom of the cup. ,
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic anil DispnsiBg Pliarmacist
. , x i raitdjin bte new buiHine t the.c.trncr of Fifth, avenue
1st uUI'lHIATEI' IMKK THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
lioi'K Island, III.
.., fr.iin '. a. iu. to 4 p. m.. and Satarduy evenings from 7 to S o'clcck.
- c c-' t Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col-
: " 1 "' lateral or Real Estate security.
J. M . I5UFOUI), Cashiet.
r t r. i. F. C. DKXKMANN, Vice frts't.
r t- Dpnkmann, John Cnihnnch, rhil Mitche'l, II. r. Hull, L Sim.in,
K. W. Hurst, .1. M. Uiifurd, John Volk.
jAfUSOV A HCKJT, Solicitor.
f. !f9d, an(t occupy the southeast comer of Mitchell Jt Lynde's new buildiiiE;
J. m. CHRISTY,
KJIUFffitE Cf CfllEKBS ISD fciSCDiTV
Ak Your Qrocer for Them.
They are Bem,
5PECI LTIES :
T:ie Curinty "Otsteb" and Christy "Waizb.
- - :. VT.CM HUM A STUCT OF THIS MAP OF THt
makes no difference what kind. Using
greasy and inferior soaps is one road
to premature decay sore hands
sore hearts clothes never clean
Not so when
Bis, EoctIsIanfl&JPacific By,
-j r:rft Ffute to &ud from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa
L Salle, Mohne. Bock Island. In ILLIXOX3;
ter r, Slastatine, Ottmnwa, Oskaloosa, Da
. tvmterset. Audubon, Harlan and Council
:t IUVA: Minneapolis and St. Paul, in MIX-
5IVTA; Utertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA.
jzirz. St. Joseph ana Kansas City, in MISSOURI -
Izjii. Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, in KEBRASKA :
aj.'l. Leavenworth, Hcrtou, Topeka, Hutrhinson
-iX!A: Klrifrfisher, El Reno ar.d Alinco, in XSPIAS
nr.r.:i KY; Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo
: 'F.AIH1. T-verses new areas of rich f&m'.rf
lands, affording the best facilities of inter
Lii.a::jn to all towns and cities fast and west
asi southwest of CttcagO Bid to it,'.
rrS773TLE EXPRESS TRAINS-
a!! cmrtitor In splendor of equlr.rr.er.
..Ai.'i ana toiNCii
''MAITA. and between CHICAGO trie
C'.LcLATiO srRINGS and PUEBLO, vlr
:.'."-A CITY and TOFEEA and via ST. JOErn
.-..C:i : av Coac hes, FP.EE EECUXISG CHAU
A;-- till I'alare Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Siti..ni at Denver and Colorado Springs with
' "-i s ri.ioay lines, cow fuming the new nr
TRJj;S-P.OCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS.
r r;)rh superbly-equipped trains run uailj
.ii WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sail
JfO.-e. Oelen and San F-ncisco. THE EOCS
-IND Is a:o the Pireci ana Favorite Line to anc
: '.arm iu. Pike's X'eak and nil otUez sanitary and
rfcr;2ariuctli8 and miningdistricuinColoraOn
IAZ.Y FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
' - "'rn nn-i Eanas City to and from all lru
"it m;;( au nctinns in Southern Nebraska
- . : :; :n i.:ln Territory Also via ALPEIO
i- f-'.ni !:.iris3" City and Chicago to Water
J lal,-,. !I-EA'P0LI3 and ST. i'AUL
: r r- -:i p-ir.ts north and northwest between
l:t.' l'i..-ifi Coast,
-t's. Fi.lders. or desired mforme.tio'-
7 '- "i Ticket Offic. to the rnited Rtal
. ur a.ldr-.j
JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAX.
-a5T Gent TkL & Turn AKV
'a?he everything from a fine
fr n n Ir '. r ...
uu,n.u;n a circus
nt; Lace curtaina a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214
! ssW W W qwtCka
235 Wis. Street
';?u"4:. etc., without j-.' . irlM
"5.. "H0'1-' c'ri-"la,"i' feiie8. .all or
' ", amnion.- t;!;-,rK.ina au 'ic.iPT.
llACLI'S - v"rTr.T."nu frattrenc ot
Urn.. '"wv 1 r.u,n "f auian t'liraol'
I nc.ic.1, , o orij f t hanrtkerohtaf.'I
i JRFUMEJf,imE VJP-1 " lur "
.?tRo D.jyc CO.. Milwaukee. Wis. J
,,Wchiaan " Monro Sk CHICAGO.
l''., '1,T"UCT,"- cmu oAaomtf.
is used. Cheerfully proceeds the
labor of wash-day with health and
long life assured. Hands all right
hearts light clothes pure and white
as a Greenland snowdrift.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO.. Chicago.
Dusty Diamond Tar Soap. ftl22&
For Eirses, Cattle, Z'zsera, Sogs, Hogs,
500Fare Rook on Trent nirnt of Animals)
and Chart Seal Free,
rrorrs Frvern.f'onKefitinn!.. inflnmniRtion
A.A.(Ppinal lacuinieiiiM, .llilk Ferer.
li.lt. .rn inn. I.anirnew. Ii heuniatiBm.
4.. ,.!IiHieniper Nasal Hiehartfe
Is. l.ltotsi or lrobs, Urnis.
K.F..-I nnch. Heaves, Pneumonia.
F. F. 'olie or trip.. llellvarhe.
li.ti..ll ifaearriaire. Ilemorrhaeesi.
Kl.ll. I rinary and Kidney lvif.eas)Ogi
1.1. -F.rapiiTf IsiweaMesi. Ulanire.
J.K. liiseaeM of lliuention, iaralypiav
Single Bottle (over 50 doscsk - - .tiC
Stable1 i'asie. with Sielfli. MnnuuL
eterilmry Cure Cil nn.i Medicutor, 7. rt
Jar Veterinary C are Oil, - - l.OO
Hniil tor Imrvt.: r wnt prrpmld anywhere ad ! mmf
tunlll; so neri,t ot prim.
HI II'BCtTti'lCU. '!., Ill A 1 1 3 Wlltlam St., rw Tork.
HOMEOPATHIC s f
in usii Ni venrs. Tho otjit nefcpfn trmedv f Of
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
find rrofstrat.cn, from ovcr wcrU or other causes.
1 per vial, or 6 viuls and lurce vial itowdtT, fur $2t
Sol. hy lit iiciriiiu, ! m iit iHSMifuxt iff-j. of prtc
nI"Ilil-fc.1Kl.li. -. i!!.3IrM Nrir tors
T. H THOMAS.
3 TO O DAYS.
AN ABSOLUTE cure FOlA
IrVfl l fJOT r.inct
LHa3 -s opain nosta;n.I
N3 ',rTKj !rVTTM EACH J
tn:in .hottiical -q,.
T1 H. THOMAS- Bol a cent
Oar minccTinil ftTRTWOE fn. vitb .. . m-
Is CUM. Doe. no. BTAIH. PREVItlTS BTaiCTUI
Omm GOITOBRBOIA ia4 OI.STKT to on k Wm Or'
A Ullik Mill ne l.KUtMUlWA V .fllTID,
Sol. by all DBUGGISTR. Beat Mao? AOdrMSar ItA?
r"Alxio MAsiiirACZUJUZo co. Lcarkj,
Ice cream at Krell & Math's.
II. P. Stoddard of Edp-insrton, Avas
in the city today.
Sprinp; fever cured by nsinp Mon
roe's Tonic. Marshall & Fisher.
Mrs. F. E. Crompton, of Joslin,
has been "quite ill with a tumor, but
is reported better now.
We have just reeeive'd an elep-ant
and line line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
J. JI. (Jaunt, of Reynolds, was in
the city yesterday, and rt-nienilieretl
The Aiiurs office anion" his calls.
Not forced into activity one day,
to sink back in a worse state the
next: by usiiie Monroe's Tonic, the
benefit is lastinjr. Try it Marhall
Andrew lbdiniaii. the well known
and popular clothing salesman, has
associated himself w itli the London
Clothing company ami will hereafter
be found there. Andy lias many
friends whose jniod wishes will at
Why do your own bakini; when you
Tive a jiarty or recejition? Krcli
Math can make any kiln! of cake or
pastry to order, and as they use only
the lesi material iu their bakery,
you are sure to jret every thinj; or
dered of them of the ihiest.
The much heralded. "She Couldn't
Marry Three"' was presented at
Harper's theatre last nilit with
Miss Lillian Kennedy in the leading
role. Mie was supported by astronj;
company and a very satisfactory per
formance was jjiven. A number of
novel scenic effect? added to the
Great and Small.
"Aren't you dreadfully afraid, Kitty"
asked one youns rrirl of another, around
whom eJie was excitedly fluttering, riving
little pokes and twitches to Lor draperies
and adjusting her flowers. "I don't see
how you can appear so calm. Why, I'm as
nervous as a witch! Of course it's interest
ing to meet distinguished people, and I
wouldn't miss it for anything. You know
how I've been looking forward to it for
weeks, but now the time has actually
come, I'm so frightened nil I can think of
is that I wish I wasn't ashamed to run
away and hido in the cloak closet. What
can I find to say to a live great man? What
can he want to say to me? We nobodies
will only be in the way when the somebod
ies come. Let's pretend we're taken sud
denly ill and go home."
Kitty laughed and shook her head. She
was older than tho other, and usuallyhe
shy one of the two, but for once the condi
tions seemed reversed.
"I think it's because of the somebodies
that I'm not afraid," she answered. "You
know bow timid I am in society usually.
Well, the only time in my life I ever at
tended a large reception and felt sufficient
ly self possessed to enjoy it was once when
theflrs pefscfp I was igtro fficed tg was th e
CoeE" Longfellow. Tw3s ttiite' younjR ai
you knoW, and almost too sEv to look at
Mm for the first few moments, LuFhe spoke
to me in such a way that presently I found
myself answering quite naturally, and then
really talking, and then asking questions
and feeling quite at home. He put me so
beaut if ully and simply at my ease that it was
impossible to be self cqnscious even after
he left me and I had to talk to others. I
know I never appeared so well as I did that
night. I could not help it after such a.i
uplift as he f.ive me. I have never been
afraid of gret people since. It is little ones
I am afraid of." Youth's Companion.
j Callow j-oung men with cigarettes con
cealed about their clothes have shunned
Jackson park for weeks past. That was
because of the rule declaring to all that
"Smoking Is Prohibited on These
Grounds." And the rule waa well backed
up by the Columbian guards, so that the
fair has so far been the most successful
preventer of the tobacco habit on record.
But of late the rule has been relaxed to
the extent ot allowing smoking in the Ad
ministration building and in other offices.
Now comes the announcement that as
soon after May 1 as safety will permit
smoking will be allowed all over the
grounds and in all the buildings at the
fair, except in such apartments as are by
the necessities of the case reserved fur
, New Kskimo Village.
The Eskimo Exhibit ion co!ip;ny has
been incorporated at Springfield with a
c::;ntal stock of .:io,;io; and Charles F.
Duke, Peter Mesher i.nd Thomas IX-er as
incorporators. Duke is a Hyde park rutin
and is a ligun-head in the company, iiitv
ing subscrilie.i none of the capital stock.
Mesher and Deer are members of the Es
kimo families which loft tho. village of the
World's Fair Arctic-American Exposition
company, at Fifty-seventh street, last
week. The company is organized to esialv
lish.a new village at Jixty-seveuth stre-1
and. Stony Island avenue. In the new
company Justice Porter is the heaviest
The Uuriing-ton, Cedar Hapids &
Northern railway will sell round trip
excursion tickets from its principal
points to territory covered by the
Illinois Central and Yazoo & Mismss
ippi Valley railways, in the states of
Mississippi. Tennessee and Louis
iana, excepting Memphis and New
Orleans, at rate of one fare for the
round trip: tickets to be sold March
13, April. April 10. and May 8, 1K"3.
These tickets will be ;ood for stop
over at all points in the states of
Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana,
excepting; at Memphis, Tenn., and
will be eood for return passage
3) days from date of sale. For
rates of fair, time of trains and other
information, call on or address any
ticket avrent of this company or the
J. K. Hanxkcan.
Con. Tkt. and Pass. Art.
Cedar Hapids. Iowa.
A tew dai s since the favorite horse of a
prominent s. nth side iiiamifactmcr was
taken scMTcly lame. He consulted the
autlit rilies without avuii, and then he le
gan to ask people w ho are not authorities
if they coui.l give him .any information
upon the subject. lie saw a bright look
ing colored man standing in front of a sta
ble watching the limping horse. "Do you
you know anything about horses?" lie
asked. "Ein bro't up with Losses all me
life, Ikjss." "Can jou tell me what's tho
matter with my horse?" "I spects I can,
boss," was the reply, "but I must have f 1."
The m:iuufacttirer out with a standard sil
ver dollar ami passed it to the colored man.
He put it in his pocket and then proceeded
to walk about the horse, lifted the lame
foot, looked at it, dropped it, walked back
to the sidewalk and remarked, "Well, boss,
yer hoss is lame; dreadful lame," and then
he walked away. Exchange.
World' Fair Kates.
The Burlington route (C, 15. & Q.
K. It.) will well round trip tickets
from Kock Island to Chicago and re
turn from April 25 to October 31,
1893, inclusive, at $8; final limit for
return November 15, 1893. Contin
uous going passage date of sale.
Continuous return passage on cr be
fore linal limit. Children of live
years and under 12 years of age half
of above rates.
II. I). Mack. Div. Pass. Agt..
Kock Island, 111.
M. J. Young, Agt., Kock Island.
JL Friendly "Warming.
Floating Shade Who are youf
Beautiful Spirit I am the angel of peace
and am flying back to earth.
Floating Shade Well. If you stay over
night in Europe you'd better roost high.
New York Weekly.
Syrian Witli :i Wild FJast Show..
The steamer Cynthiana, which has ar
rived from Gibraltar brought a party of
274 Syrians, who will exhibit at Chicago
Curing the World's fair. Twelve drome
daries, forty Arabian horses, loaned by the
sultan of Turkey, and seven donkeys,
which will appear iu the performances,
form a part of the cargo. The exhibition
wild lie a sort of a Wild East show and the
culminating feature will be the attack
upon a caravan by Bedouin Arabs. There
are more than 100 young women in the
company, many of whom speak English
fluently, having leen educated at the
American college at llayreuth, Syria.
A Javanese llaby Arrive:.
Midway plaisance has a new attraction.
It is a Javanese baby. It is a girl and was
named Chicago Cleveland Javanica b
Foreman Ferrari. Andoet is the surname
cf the father and mother.
An Aocedute of llunis.
Speaking of Alexandre Dumas, Dr. Ed
ward Pick says that his chief characteristic
was Lis utter disregard of money. He made
millions, but never had a tranc at his com
mand. "For example." said lie, "ii'Min one
occasion Dumas h.-.d invited company to
dinner, and linding t';at he did not stand
possessed of a single cent drove to a friend's
and asked him to loan him 2 louis. This
his friend readily did, and ;is Dumas was
taking h's leave suggested, as he had just
been getting some Very fine pickles, he
would be glad to give him a jar to add to
his dinner. The servant was sent for the
pickles, and when he put the jar in the car
riage, having no other change about him,
he dropped the 2 louis in the man's ha
By Laymr-on of Hands!
Woman restored to pert ect health ! Just filth
and confidence enough required to lay hold of
Dr. Tierce's Favorite Preset iption, adnr'nis'er it
withalifle imtience anl a little perseverance,
and complete reftoretlon to health and vitality is
irsnred. Not far, indeed, from the miraculous
are many of the wonderful cures of lost woman
hood it ha efftcted. There are few cases, in
deed, wi:hin the requir.ments of sick and suf
fering woman, outside or beyond its helpful in
fluence. So confident are the makers of Dr.
Tierce's favorite Prescription of its powers to
heal all female dircas'-s, that they warrint satis
faction in every instance, or refund money.
Ia-ge bnulcf Jl (sis for JD; ar druggists
Fits All tits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Kestorcr. No
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaiseand 2 trial bot
tle free to lit cases. Send to Dr.
Kline. 931 Arch street. Philadelphia
Pa For sale by al! druggists: call
is and will ever be the
firwif Tri ft rip-nra. "Raokjielie.
pains in hf fiirle Chest and
'joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
Before yon need w ony, ooiaia
tFTPFF HE CHiRr.F -Vfl
the valuable bookt Guide to Health'with.
endorsements ot prominent payaiui&uB.
AT, T U V : i
Prize Medals Awarded
European Houses: Budolstadt, London,
Vienna, xrague .rwiiveruaru, uiloii,
Huremberir, Konstein, Leipsio.
25 & BO Cts. a bottle, For Sale by ,
ECSST TCH SCESBI72
nd other drnrgfaW-,.
Lame Back, acs
DR. SAMDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT
With Electro-Magnetic SUSPENSORY.
Fateatat lint Ia,"-.Temets !
WITI Ctire Without mefilcifw. all MiliinirfMni
cretion. a Dcrroua debility. leepleesnta. languor,
rheumatism k i H . ... v l . a .'. . . i
J. lumbago, BclaOoa, all female complaint.
!". h.IU. etc. This clertric Belt contain.
y"1 ''- CTcr all othem. Current 1
"fS?1!? 'Sbr wearer or w forfeit Ooa,00, and
wiu cureallof the above dlaeaaes or no pay. Tbou
"" hT been cored or Uus marrslon. Invention
Ti'Tu other remedies failed, and we srlT. hundred,
oiteatimonlmla in till, and erary other atate.
Onr Pasernd laiprew. ELBCTBIC STarCIMOKT. tb
pejrtee boon ever offered weak men, ma wHh all
ta. salt. a, riaa, Saeatfc ccaaisrraaDI. e. te
Ars aand for iBua-d tusijiLiet, m.ila.1. kal. Ire.
SAMDEM ELEOTRIO CO..
H. La CMOle CUlCAwO, ILL.
vuin' vww mum iSMWssmai s. m ml v aai vvs.a. V VV sCXSQrxv.v" a a h ihisism
iSfrsSN VNt SVNsZSaJkSA. ?Cssov'n.s vo I
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY Trar' obacr-ration of C,atoriav with the patronago of
millions of persons, permit m to upeak of it without gneaaing.
It in nnqnotitionaTily the Best remedy for Tafanta and Children
the world has ever Itnntrn. It in harmless. Children lihe it. It
g;ives them health. It will save their liven. In it Mothers have
s.omethingwhich in ahsolwtely safe and practically perfect aa sa
Cavtoria deKtroys Worms.
Castoria L allays Feverishness. '
Castoria prevents vomiting Sonr Card.
Castoria enres Diarrhcea and "Wind Colic.
Castoria relieves Teethin g Tronhles.
Castoria cures Constipation and riatmlency.
Castoria neutralize the effects of carbonic acid gas or poisonon. air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opinm. or other narcotic property.
Caatoria as.imilates the food, regtiJateshjBtomach and towels,
giving healthy and natnral sleep.
Castoria is pnt np in one-wire bottles only. It is not sold in pnlfct
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise.
that it is"jnst as good " and " will answer every pnrpose."
See that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
is on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Rock Island Buggy Co.
MANUFACTURERS OV - -
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
will pay you to call and get our Low Fricea
Facto ry and Ware rooms on 16th street between 1st and 2d are.
Retail Trade especially solicited
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gent'. Fine Shoe a specialty. RenalrinKdone neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 111
'd ii. Hudson. M. J. Parkkr.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth et. Rock Island.
Opera 3E3Io ase Saloon
GEORGE SCH.IFER, Proprietor.
ieei Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, Opposite Harper's Theatre.
he choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lunch Ever? Day
sandwiches Furnished on Short Notice.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIMBERIiAKE & SPENCER, Props.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money by buying your Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brushes, at the Old and
Reliable 5 and 10 Cents Store.
HTRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing dona on short notloa and amtaaractloa gnaraataed.
781 Twwlflfc StTMt. bock iSLAJn