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CmwC.i Knh.- d Thin,
flrtt atreVt. Frank H. Plnmnier, agent.
tEaST. ' tWlT,
lum Cit, Day Express. . . , U. pm; 640 am
Washington Kxpres j SpW pm 3.1 pm
Ctonncti Bluffs Slitneeo- I . ' ,.Tim
t Express f , . :t0 am 7 .so pm
Dailv. Tvo1ns;eaM. Tom eil
BURLINOTON ROUTE-C., B. i. RAIL
way Depot First venae and Sixteenth .
M.J. Yoor.K, agent.
t-U Loo. iiprese
it Paul Express
BeardJtown Passenger. ...
Way Freteht (Monmouth) . .
8tl Paul F.xpre.s
. S :i an:
, : 7 :h5 asc
5 :S,l am
! 11:-J0 am
7 : i pre
1 :50 pin
r31CAG. MILWAUKKi ST. PAUL KAIL
vJ wot-Racine A Southwestern r-v-.s-.on De
pot Twe: t:--tb 'r.H. between F;r; and Second
verne. P". ;. W. Hiibn.J."t.
TRAINS. LXAikj Av.aiv
Mail and Kxprcas ... 7 :i u a :MpJi
-i. Pan; Expr-.-s SMwsl 11 '-
t. Acoramouation :-5 srr . 1:11m-"
OOK ISLAND PB.ORIA RAILWAY DS
pot Fir: avenue and Twentieth atreet. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
FasTTutT Express 8 m 7 S pm
Expre 2:8upm 1:25 P"
Cab-le Accommodation 6:l'iam 3:00 pm
4 :M pm ft:0f am
CRLlNUToN. CEDAR RAPIDS A ui H
crn railwav. depot foot of Brady frtreet.Dav
enport: J.E.Il"nnei:n, Oen.T'k't .& Pa.Aent.
Davenport Trains. Leave. Arrive.
PaHi.eni.-er 4:M pmi 10:45am
yret. .:'..'....... 3:C0 ami 9:45 am
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Tra:n
al :05 am
. : &6:45 am
i b7 :20 am
aDaiiv. l.Dji'y except Sunday.
Goinff South and ea?t.
MOST DTBSCT ROUTB TO TBI
East. South aad Southeast
9 :tS am
10 :S0 am
S :04 pm
S :d7 pm
4 :S3 pm
4 :55 pm
5 :40 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
Prince ville ..
St. Louis ... .
1 -.15 pm
12 05 n'l
10: 00 am
7 : SSam
Louis vi 1
Lv. Peoria ,10:10 am, 3:50 pm
Ar. Rock Island I 1 : pm 7:05pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Island at
8:00a. ra. and 6.20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 1:50 p.
m. and 1:15 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :0o p. m. and 1 :35
All trains ran daily except Sunday.
AU passencer tra;ns arrive and depart union
Free Cnaircaron Fast Express between Rock
Isiond and Peoria, both directions.
Tnronh tickets to all points ; basgage cnecked
'-hroagh to destination. .
Lv. Rock Island 9.10 am P
Arr. Reynolds.... 10.20 am 5.0B pm
Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
1 Accom. (Accom.
Lv. Cable ! am 1.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds I 7.00 am 1.45 pm
Bock Island 1 7.55 am 3.00 pm
H. B. SCDLOW. -TOCKHOUSK
Superintendent. t-ii'! Tkt. Aeet t
STATE SAVINGS BANK,
Office Corner Flfteeath street and Third Ave,
eceeds the Moline Savinrs banc. Oreaniaed l"4f.9
5 Per CENT ISTERESI M OX DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Lwe.
penfrom 9 a. m. to S p m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights f rom7 to 8pm
Pobtxb Skwsm. - - President
H. A. Ainsworth, - - Vice-President
J.F. ilEMKNWAT. - - - Cashier
Porter Skinner. W.W.Wells,
C. A. Rose, H . A. Alnswort h,
O.U.Edwards. W. H. Adams,
Andrew Fribcrir, . F. llemeuway,
ciadtf for pr ,ate partica in" the, earden
Pot t; the weBtby the
Orchard State Bank
E. W. Oast, President
J- V. Past; Cashier.
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island Nation
O. C Carter, M. D.
Henry Part's Sons, Wholesale Oioeers.
It Cores Cold. Coofha. Sore Throat. Cronp, Ijfla
enra. Whoopinp Cough. Bronchitis
A certain cure for Coniumotion in first atafea.
and a sure relief in adTanceS stasej. U t oncfc
You wiU see tie excellent effect after taking the
first dose. Sold hy dealers erywhere- Large
bottle SO cents and 1.00.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly and rma
i.er.t'v cure all forms of
Nervous Weakness, Kmis
fion", Sicrniatorrhea, Im
potencv and ail t ffscts of
abi-.se or czct-sses; been
,r. -rihL-d over 35 years
in thonsar.i'.s of cases-: is
thu onlv reliable and hon-
UtfOTC trtul -IftCT. et medicine known; ask
dra-elt for Wood's Puosphodine: if be offers
some wo'rtbless medicine in place of this, leave
his dihonet store, enclose price ;n letter and
we will send yon bv return mail. Price one package
l: six, 55; one will please, six will cure: pam
thlet in plain sealed envelope. -J stamps: address
1 WOOD C'UEMICAL CO..
131 Woodward avenue. Detroit Mien.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Offlce in MitcbeU
n. Lynde's new block.
JACKSON & HCKST,
TTORKEYS AT LAW. OfHce In Rock Island
tiSaliona; Back r.ail iir.i'. Ur.ck Island. 111.
r .wsksst o.uwitHa.
SW:LSE & WALKER,
t riOhSEYS AND COUNSitLLOHS AT LAW
Lcc-e in Benge ton's l-'.ock. Rocx Islanc. 1:.
XrEMKY Si cES!KI,
i I'TOKSEV'S AT LaW Loan .-or.ry on i-ood
A -ecnrity,m'il:ecolleciion. Hefercnce. Mitcli--114
Lynde. bankers. OSee in Pos:oce block.
S. W. URELU
VTTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port ByTon.
and during th past two years with the firm of
Srowninz Entrik ?n at Moline. has now oi-ned
in oSloe in the .laditfriam bai.dlng. room 5, at
C J. Skablb. S- W. Seablb.
SEARLE oc SEARLE.
iTTORSErSand Counsellors at Law and So
Alicttors In Chancer: offlce Bclord'e block,
J. R. Hollowbush, M, D. Geo, E, Barth, M. D,
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHYSICIANS AND dUKGKONS,
Office 403 23rd st. Telephone lt5
Residence 7S 1 21st st. " 1 ISS
Dr Barth I Dr. Uollowbash
9 to 10 a.m. 10 to 12 a.m.
1 to X and" to 8 p.m. I 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlce McCnlloniih Building, 14 W. 3d St.
Hoars: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtem, M. D. Geo. W. Whklib,'M. D.
DRS. IYERS & WHEELER,
nr;irr stud IlissMrs or Women
office over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1143.
-ornci hocus :
DR. XTEIiS. I DR. WHEELEB,.
0 to 12 a. m. I 8 to lit a. m.
to 5 and T to 9 p. m 1 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
es. telephone 12U0. Res, telephone, 11W.
R, M. PEARCE.
noomSDm Jlltchell ft Lynde's new block.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracu-d without pu:n by the new
No 1710 Second avenne. over Kreil t Math s.
ORS. BIGKEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & LyDde's Block. Rooms 28-81.
Edwakb L. IIammati. Clark II. Bupord.
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
A RCniTECrp, Rock Island, 111. Office Boom
41, MitcbeU & Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR.
Plans and superintendence for all'class ol
Rooms 58 and 55, Mitchell & Lynde building
YAK. B ILITATOB.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. Sew York City.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European plan.
Room rates $1 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.
HILDRETU & ALLEN, Ptp'l.
I nans Person fiestors.
Dr.KXIKE 8 GREAT
for mtl BRAtK & Nntvi OlSBASBS. tolyr
tmrt for f'n- Arftetums. h'us. Ftilrtty.
TTCSALLIB1.B if taken as riiretd. A Ft mftt
jirst day's Mi. Treatise and Ba trial bottle free to
Fit patients, they paying express charffes on box when
ref-cve-l. Send names. P. O. and express address off
nHiile.i to Dh KL.1NE.qh Arrh St..Phildelrjriia.Fa.
liruc-'isia- umaa ami ijiiiivi etuiw-.
THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 2,. 1S93.
Pension Commissioner Iochren has cre
ated a slight ruffle on Democratic- waters
by appointing as his private secretary V.
It. Johnson, a Republican, who is also,
however, an expert ou pensions.
George Parker, proprietor of a Mon
mouth, Ills., restaurant, is under arrest on
a charge of attempted murder. During a
quarrel with a boon companion he stabbed
the b. c seriously with a table fork.
The Mississippi is on its annual rise, and
the towns on that stream are trying to
keep dry with very little success.
Warren Pope, a necro near Port Jack
son, Fla., literally whipped his l(-yrar-o!d
daughter to death because she dawdled on
This is what Mrs. Mary Ellen Leese pro
phesies for Chicago: "Where Chicago now
lifts her proud spires and m:iiy storied
baildinip, a i;ie:it lake or inland sea will
surge its restless waters, and ih-.' divellcr
on its banks will tell wil'a l.atrd Inv.ith
the caliii-Iysui lliat entailed the doouied
Within a month two atte:::;t h-.ve been
made at PI vinout li. li!-., i it.ek t.r;iiii
on the C, 15. mid J. railway.
Obituary: At Prterlr.sri.', Priuco Doii
lnrolV Kors.ikolT. Utis-ia's-.toriny Petrel;"
at WiiititSK'i:, L'tnted States l;!is;il James
V. Tavlcr; at Jackson. Miss., (.'oiotiel
William II. McOaidle, au'ed T-; at Newago,
Mich., Colonel John II. t?tainlih, formerly
The Woniiiri Lobbyist In Vasliiii(;ti!l.
There are some !'u lions coiicerninj; the
capitoi at Viiiiingtoi!. Among them i
one that the woman lobbyist isapowc-r.aiid
that her wiles and arts are successfully em
ployed on the most eminent statesmen in
It is true that there are women lobbyists,
and that some of them years ::go wen- t u.i
nently successful. There is nothing, how
ever, s false us the idea that the woman
lobbyist is a trequent spectacle, or that she
has "now any ini'.uemv whatever on coii
pressmen or on lojrislatiou. The average
congressman is a respivtable and self re
specting man. It must bo borne in mind
that most members of the house of repre
sent;!! ivt s and of the senate come from rural
communities, and, as a rule, no man can lie
chosen from a rural community to a re
spectable public position who does not at
U-ast nriparently walk in the paths of pro
priety." It may be that his ri pntat iou is;
false, but he is intent on preserving it at
all events, and consequently "ic would not
do," in the language of those who under
stand the full value of propriety, for a man
who counts on continuing to receive the
favors of a rural constituency to Ih- sveu
very often in conversation with a profes
sional woman lobbyist.
Nor would the subject on w hich :-he dc-:ri-l
to converse with' him 1k likely to in-
i.n-st him if he were a man of position and
character. No one who is in t he hal.'it of
doing business wit h the national legisla
ture, or whose alTuirs are of suflicietit im
norLance to demand caution and intelli
gence in their transjiction, would employ a
woman lobbyist. The first friend he met.
if he had no local attorney, would warn
him oil. N. K N.lsou in Harper s eekly
Ili:imon(l Dieters on the VasL
I have just had a few days among the
river diamond diggers near Hebron, on the
-oil Tl. work here is carried on by in
dividual diggers, each man leasing his
claim and working it himself witn the am
f to-ar ,,ntiv a luUirers. Thevars a motley
crowd, these diggers, and representative of
almost every nationality. It is a hard and
tTfc;irious "existence. Diamonds are few
tar- i-.Tw.-.n but when found never
thelesa they are generally of first class
quality : nd realize tilgn prices, i ue.iug
.ulv men of verv small means
Their tools and washing gear are f.liout aii
Tik.V hnVP MTU 1 thev ctitiseiiuentlv live very
poo'rlv. Meal of tough tjiiality is often the
onlv fixxl that passes :.:-.-ir Hps Irom one
r,.;.tl,-s end nnuiothfi-. l :. Is they usually
tret on creilit In.rn so.::e -.orekecptr. who
furnishes them with the i.ai e necessi: us of
!;-.. .-.i, th..':T i ii;i:.i-e i t their litlds. Most
of the ilifu-ers ol coarse have a tind some
.,... ..r..ti.r it,,,nL-li t !:(: .-ire straiige in
stances of ill luck following thetjucst for
diamonds year after year.
i hol .1 .i-.vi rsatit.n with one old man
who h:id been at this sort of work for 1'J
vears, and 1 am afraid to say how long it is
since he h.is had a turn of luck, lie had
lived nearly all this time on meal, and there
he was toiling away at about t lie liarut-si
work man can unuertaKe, yet seemeu win
ing to go on to the end. This labor, how
.rr hi:n-h hiarr. has a wonderful fas
cination for those who once take to it. A
very fine stone had been found a few days
before my arrival. It was valued between
A'TOO and iSUO. Jewelers' circular.
Bkewered and Cured.
"First 1 was skewered and then I was cored
says Jones, and be langhs heartily over his little
joke. Well, let him langh. Let laui'h who
wins, lie was skewered through and through by
dyspeusia and its attendant train of ilis. 1 e was
cared by Dr. Pierre's Golden Medical Discovery.
P( vou feel dull, latgu'd, low spirited; experi
ence a sense of fullnet-s or bloatir ir alter eatinjr.
tongue coated, bitter cr bad taste in the month,
irr pu'ar appetite, dizziness, frequent heaacbes,
nervous prostration or exhaustion, hot flushes al
tcrnatitg with chilly fensations, sharp, biting
tra!i:er.t, pain- here and there, cold feet, drowsi
ness after meals, watefulm s, or disturbed and
unrefresh-.ng sleep, constant and indescribable
feelir; of dread, or of imrendirg- ealaaiity?
These are symptoms of bilious dype;ri.i. or
torpid liver, associated with dyspppsia or indi
gestion. Dr Pierce's Golden Me jical Discovery
will subdue the cause. If taken according to tii
rcciioiiS. for a reason ab e length of time, or
mo e paid for it will be cheerfully refunded.
A Curious Marrl&ee Ceremony.
Some interesting notes have been contrib
uted to a north Homeo newspaper by M
C'reagh, the governor of 3Jritish North I3or
neo, respecting a recent visit made by him
to the island of Uanguey. There he found
a tribe of Dusuns differing widely in lan
guage, religion aud customs from other
tribes bearing that name. Marriages are
performed in the forest in the presence of
two families. There is no public gathering
or feast. The rite consists in transferring
a drop of blood from a small incision made
with a wooden knife in the calf of the man's
leg to a similar cut in the woman's leg.
After marriage the man takes the bride to
her home, where he resides in future as a
member of the family.
Sooth's Condition urovi Worse.
New York, May 1. Edwin Booth's con
dition has taken a sudden and decided
change for the worse, and his death is now
only a question of hours. Dr. Sinclair
Smith has abandoned all hopes of his re
covery. Uright teeth, and lips that glow the
Give light and color to a smile;
And, infinitely more than this.
Give liofht and color to a kiss.
But botbniust suffer from the want
Of the life-giving Sozodont.
It Btoold b in Every Hons.
J. 1?. Wilson, 371 Clay St., .Sharps-
bur";, Pa., savs h will not be with
outDr. Kind's New Discovery for
Consumption, Couprhs and Colds.that
it cured his wife who was threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
"La Grippe, when various otner
remedies and several physicians had
done her no pood. Robert Barber.of
Cooksivort, Fa., claims Dr. Kind's
New Discovery has done him more
rood than anything he has ever used
for lull; trouble. Nothing- like it.
Free trial bottles at Hartz & Ull
mever's drug- store. Larjre bottles
50 cents and tl.
This remedy is becoming- so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have Usimi
Electric Hitters siiig-ine same soug-
of praise. A purer medicine does
not exist and it is riiaranteetl to do
ill that is claimed. Electric Hitters
will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove p-.mples, boils,
salt rheum and other a flections
cause.l liv imimre onion. in nine
malaria from the system and prevent
:is well as cure all malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Hitters
-Entire satisfaction g-uarantced, or
money retumleo i rice fo cis. aim
$1.00 per bottle at Hart. A: Ullc-
BICKLEXS A1JMCA SALVK.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum-
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup.
tions. ami positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to irive perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale bv Hartz & Ulleiuever
I am an old man and have been a
eonstanf sufferer with catarrh for
the last ten years. I am entirely
em-e.l bv the use of Elv s l ream
Halm. It is strange that "so sinipl
a remedy will cure such a stubborn
,lU...,s,. TIenrv Hi liiirs. I . . 1 eli
sion Attorney. Washington. 1. (.'.
For eight" years ! have suffered
from catarrh, which affected mv
eyes and hearing; have employ,
many physicians without relief.
am now on mv second bottle of Ely s
Cream Balm. "and feel confident of a
complete cure. Mary C- Thompson
Cerro Gordo. 111.
When Baby was sick, we pin- iu-r castoria.
Wben the was a Child, she cried for Cistoria,
When she liecame Miss, she clunfj to Castoria.
Wien she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Uhiioen Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp:s Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
- CV Pfnrtachc-end relieve a!t tho tronblM incls
in -7i "to a bilious rtnte of tho oysiem, suen at
r- ti.nex, aus-:i, IrovrFiniKJ. distress after
rr';i- - l-:tirii-j tho Sidiv ic Whilo tboirmcsi
s-tiunaLaMo L-urcesB has been shown ia cuniiig
.''1".c'?-clie, yft Cnrti r8 Littio Livor TTJM s.ri
"j-.;:illv valuable iaCcnstipation, curinsau J pra--..utiiTi?
tLisRunoyiuf! complain t.wbilo thr-y ali'3
' ctslldiiorJel ;f tliei:toma ii.sUmtilat5llia
J ir. r ouu rupuiatu ti-e bowel3. Even if tiiey only
h c!tl-.ey woaldhoalaioatpricelosnto Ihose wiO
iufer from this diBtresaicr; complaint: butfTtH
;iit uy theirpoodners tlo-s noteud h tonl tlioso
v lucnce try tbem will Cnd tneso littio pills vain,
al io In MUiiiy wars that tbey wiU not bo wi!
.Ll-iiJ to uo without ihera. But after alUick hoac
fjs the bane of so many lives thst bora In where
wemakeour great boast. Our pUlacore it while
Others do not.
Carter Little Liver PKIcarovary small and
verv easy to take. One or two pills moke a dose.
Thev are strictly vegetable and do now eripe or
puree, butl y tiicir gentla acti ja pl'.-aseall Jhcj
use them. In vialsot SScenta : tivef-"!- a)"
by drogijicU evcryuhorc, cr t.-z.t t v t
CABTSI? Ktr-LlfttlLsr CO.- M s Yark.
ask for the GERTS, LUMBARD & CO.,
Chicago-Made Brushes, and insist on get
ting them. See our name on the handle
none other genuine. Our brushes are the
Best Mattel Best Material
of any manufactured in this country.
Gerts, Lumbard & Co.,
establish 1850. CHICAGO
"DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
a book avert dollars, tent sealed for 10c.
Reader, suffering from any complaint l-etuliar to the feiuid.- 1.5. 7o.r, f
worth everything to yon. Letters lor ml vice, marked "Coii-nlmn; p., J... " :' 1
seen by our physicians only. ZOA-rilOKA CO., II. G. Co I.MAN. . K,li " '
Heating and Ventilating Kngmeers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
i complete linn oi Pipe, Brass Goods. rackih Hvir.
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best fquinpi
eetablisbment west o Chicago.
DAVIS tSL-Uitt. Moline, HI. 1 1 12. 1 14 "West Seva-tee-thlR
Telephone 2053. Telephone 1148- i.-.-n,;
Reeidsnpfl Teleolir-n5 1 1 fi "
"DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
E-I. HILL, PH. G-.
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twenty-third street.
felennone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
THE FIRST -CLASS
Is now located in his new ehop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
SSTLicht shoes a specialty. Oppor lie the O.i i-mi.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Fourth avetne. Residence 1110 Fourth ayenuc.
Place and ppecifleations fnrnlnhcd on al! claeei o work; al-o ai'.T.t for ; ..- : f i'-'- - -!
S"din Br.nd?,cornethiEg new, styiisa and doirahle.
nor:; i-r. '-
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON W0F.X,
A:' kinds of braes, bronze and alnminura bronze casting, 611 shade ' '-
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artlftic work.
Shu m Orvicr At 1K1 First avu.ue. t.esr f erry iardirc. - i;(i'i-
J. MAGE1I, i'lt'i-riKor:
Proprlctoror of the Biac-y ptreet
ail kinds of Cut Flowers eonf tantly on banc.
One block from Central park, the larger t In
B. F. DeGEAE,
Contractor and Biaildcr,
Offlce and Shop Corner BeTenteenth 8t- . . Rock Isl
and Boventh Avenue,
(a9-a.l,. kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimates for all klcds of bn..c.-v
furnished on application
1 ELY'S CREAM
rilveH Itellef at
JJppl, into th SotriU. It is J N Y
50C. lirugSieU or by mail. ELY JJKOS., 66 Warren fat, I
genres to C I R JS a iTl
development and tha Trv. r. V"
Sustains and so-.ii,. $
Ifowien, i:jtf,ustel tl''l
and prevents i r-lap-ns. ,0"'?a,
Cures 1'atpitntiun, su,,
lies., nervous l.r-skius ,.,a 1
preventing in.ai.itv , yr.-i., I f
Chnntje tf l.ifv, ui
happy old age.
Mi Brady .-rre-'!, l'v;i '-'-'r"
BALMw lie J
! ,?n"n"""tL0"i re
once for 'oll In 11 ieal