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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, MAY 29, 18J3
Rock Island Buggy Co.
Pfcaefons, Sanies, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
Ii will piy you to call and get our Low Prices
V V , i Ware r.o.us on liith street betweuo lrt ar.d 2d ave.
Kttiil Trade especially solicited
Carpenter and Builder,
Ol-I R K: NO. JS21 SIXTH AVENUE.
civ, on V ine Street. . ROCK ISL1ND, ILL
To the Trawling Public.'
On and after May 24, extra Pull
man sleeping ears will be placed in
service by the C, K. I. & P. lia .way
company between Chicajro and
Davenport for the accommodation of
its patrons in the tri-cities. A sleep
er will be side-tracked every day at
Perry street depot in Davenport, and
will be ready for occupancy at 9
o'clock p. ni. It will be attached to
the train leaving there at 11:50 p. m.
arriving in Chicago at 0:50 a. m.
Hock Island passengers can avail
themselves of this arrangement by
taking 9:10 p. ni. and 11:15 p. m.
trains from Molinc avenue depot to
For reservation of berths, tickets,
etc., apply to F. II. l'lunimcr, ticket
agent, Rock Island. Telephone No.
1UU3 or to L. M. Ali.kx,
V.i n'l Ag"t Pass. Dipt,
Daven port .
C. J. W. SCHREEFJER,
Contractor and Builder,
llil lliS Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
V.M:r and specifications furnished on all claswe o work; also a?cnt for Willer'a Patcnt.inelde
b'Min Bl'.uds.soniethiiig new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND ILL
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
A" kinds of brass, bronre and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and tempcre SJa
' a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Siu,i t kd Orrtce At lf-11 First avenue, near Ferry landing. - BOCK ISLAND
J. MAGER, Proprietor:
The Nervous System the Seat
of Life and IS.'.nd. Recent
No mystery ': "vrr romiwrril witli tl-.nt of
human life 1 1 has Iv.m-u t'.n U-.-i'An-i -ulij-rt
of professional ri-t.-.tr.-ii i.:"l sf.ul.v iti all nires.
Hut uolwilliaiauJia tliii fact it is not pint r-
Slliy K 11 l n ''
l!iat tins seat
of life i- i,x:t
K'll In t he U
er part of i ho
I' lie l;.'!-o
in" ( he bra i Fi,
it ml so F-t-esl-1
1 ve is t Ii i s
irt ion of t he.
lit rvotis svs
tel:l t lint even
the prick of a
Rivrrit :li!?ove-i hnvc tlemonstrateu that
r.:. ;ii.- .:--iusoi' tii " lion !.: uiiuer tin) con
Irol i i t'.:; nervo miii : s. local vt In or i:ear
tho I) e : 'f bra in, and I hi I v. lien t !ie.se are
tler-iaei i ii- or.r.-i.i-s v. Iiii-li tiiev supi!y wit Ii
fiei-ve'i!;i: I . .: u : r!-r;; rr.'ed. When it. is re
ni"!uli : 1 tii it a se-. ioiis iaiu-y lo tliesDinal
Cor.l v. i.i o in-,- p iralynis of Xho IxUy 1m-!ow
the H1-.ir.vl p ii'i . tn-.':iuo 1 he nervo forco is
jr. veiite 1 ly i:u in.Mirv tixm reaeliin:; thu
p ir.:!vze i jvi:"in:i, Ji . vriill'o u:iders;ooa .itr.v
t ie clT:::i,':-;r"il. ni tlienervo cnters will
cau-ij : .!-.pa.'i r n. lit t iie various orguiu
v.lii -a it. - i !! . i !i ji.tvc foive.
'iiv,i-:;i:: hi; ehroa: dim-rises arc flu. -J tr
tlwi i n;". : )" .v ! :-,ei or ho ri 'rvo conUTH at
the h-isoof tii hrai.i. nut from a ih r.-oif.-e-ment
iir:::i:i:i!V orii-iaii! in i!io oran l.t
self. 'i'.io cro-:' laisittko of Tisiysieians in
treating titosa diseases is tli it t hey treat tlio
oran r.uher th:'.:i the n-rvo cuiilers which
are tii' eaiis-.i of t ii J troul'lo.
lu. I':iasivI.:v Ma.Es. the cclel rntefl spo
cialist.hMS profo i::.tiV Mudied tins subject for
over years, an. I lias made tir-ny i'.njKtrtant
liseoverios in connection with iU chief unions
thorn beins liio fact contained in tiie a'ov
KtateriienU and t hat thu o-dinary methods of
treatment are wr.mfr. Ail he idaehe, Oizzi
ness, Uullni'ss, -o'iiusi.;n. pressure, b.ues
mania, melaa.-holy. insanity, epilepsy, tt.
Vit.n d.itu-e. eti-.. ar.? nervous diseases no
natter how caused, 'f ho wonderful success of
lr. Miles' Restorative Nervine isduetotho
factthntit is based on the foretro!nsp: inciple.
I) ii. Miles' IIkstohative NEitviNEl3S:ld by
nil drussristson a, positive cuaran'c:-, or sent
direct by lii- Mii.es Mepioal. ':.. Elkhart,
lad., on receipt of price, fl per b. ttln, six
bottles for &.". express prpatcl. It contains
neither opiates nor danserous drugs.
"WHO WI3NTS THE JbritXSSES ?
Bbys, Read This, and Girls, too Explanation of Our
Aina s is l.ul.lishino; seven short art ieles. this iK-iiir N- 0. Thf reliiainin tirlieles will aiie:ir J n rejru -.
. iix-i-ntivelv i :u h ilav. In eacli nrticle there will :ijt':ir one or more words in iil.lK-l.UKiTVl'K
KI.KVKN such wonls 'in ull. out of which we have j'onstructL'il a sentence.
Tin h, v or "-irl who first puts this sentence together correctly ami sends lis the answer will receive a mil set
::!,,( :naiia Worhl-IIeral. I famous edition of the Kncyclopeilia liritannica, together with a heantiliil bookcase
.1.1. 1. le.ld it. The prize will "; to the one whose answer is lirst received at this office.
t'ne volume of the Kiicvelopcdia will he presented to every hoy or rirl seiidinj; 1 he correct answer at any lime
' '. 1 !' iiir award is made.
To insure absolute fairness, we have placed the sentence in a sealed envelope in the cu
KLMI'd.K. Superintendent of the Koek Island I'ulilie Schools.
The award will be made within six davs after the last of these
Address answers to KIMTOK HOYS' AND (11KLS
The Tioneer lesilent of Iiapids City Hurled
The funeral of Stjuire .shurtlcfT,
the pioneer resident of the tipper end
and founder of the villa;3 of Kapids
City, whose death occurred Saturday
morning, took place yesterday. Mr.
ShurtlelT was born Feb. 27, 110. at
Farminton, Stratford county, X. H.,
and emigrated to the west in
locating in liock Island county in
181o. He had been ju.-tice of the
peace for 10 years, has held numer
ous other township offices, and had
the universal respect of the public,
lie was twice married, the lirst time
on Ail";. IS, lSjo. to Knieline Will
iat.ison, win died April 11, 1H4S, leav
ing four children. H. M. SliurtlelT,
now tif Chicago, .Job A., of Molinc,
Delilah II.. who died about I'ne
years aLr", Benjamin J., who died
four years ao. His second wile he
married June 1, 1N-T.I, four children
beiii"; born of this union also: Knie
line. of Kapids t.'iiv: Charles H.,
Kosalie, of Moline; W. I f Cuba,
III. Mr. Shun'. 'V also leaves two
brothers. Charles A., of (ialva, and
Sam A., of Mendota.
"Si ii ire SliurtlelT had been a Chris
tian for about b'." years and was a
Miember of the Christian church at
Rapids City at tiie time of his death.
He was a reai su iVerer. lint at last
:issed peaeel'uHy away in the tri-
ti in phs of his fail h.
iodv of PRO I'
,'en articles is published.
PU1ZK, 1I( K Isi.am Awn s.
esse v-,r iS.vS&iSfe, jss-
SMespeare's Seven Ages of Han,
" 1 he eixlh a-:c chifts
Into the lean and ellppered jiantalotm.
With Hprrtacle on noe and pouch on Hide:
Ilia youthful hose, well sht'1, a world too wide
For his shrunk plian ; and his bifr, manly voice,
Tnrnine again towards chilrlish tr.di'e pipes
Ana whistles in his Bound."- "As You Like It."
In the afternoon of life, such as Shakespeare describes, men like sensible reading, and they like facts from a
r--liable sllrco Such a source is the Encyclopedia liritannica. which contains matter suitable to all ages, and
Lieu can be bought by the poorest man for an outlay of ten cents a day. The reason grand FATHER reads with
-i'i.-ftacles is because Ins eves have llattened with age and become less convex.
The whole science of optics is to be found iu the liritannica. ami then the scholarly old gentleman can read
' the optical arrangements of the eyes: of the laws in relation to the microscope ami telescope and the wave
siiakVs'ifear'e meant no otTense to age in describing the old man as a "lean and slippered pantaloon. " The
! d.iaioon was a character in the old Italian farces, and it appears in Christmas pantomime of today. It repre
t. .I. as Warburton observes, a thin, emaciated old man in slippers.
The EncvrlniKHlia liritannica tells all about slippers of all kinds, as well as of boot ami shoemaking. It also
" ahrmt oUl farces in which the pantaloon appeared. Even the youthful hose with which the old gentleman
."Ver his "shrunk shanks" cannot escape the keen liritannica, which contains most interesting articles on stock-
and hosiery. , , . . . . , .. ,
" Pipes" ami whistles are adequately dealt with in the wonderful book, which is not only instructive and
''uiiMiig but yery entertaining as well. " The lean and slippered pantaloon should never be without his liritan-
t 1)1 XIV l:l ll.UlNCi.
'1 V. S. Coodcll to S. II. Mont
gomery, part lot 1. block 1. Park
Kidgc addl. South Moline. stjno.
Y. II. KovsSou to Clara E. (Jiiycr,
part lot 11. 'block 1. Pius. Cilbert
Pilt First add.. Moline. s?l.'uu.
Henry Curlis to J. V. Daiber, jiart
lots 1 ami if. block 77. Chicago or
lower add., liock Island. $.".": i.
'V. J. Nichols to Huth Voting, lot
14. block 1. Pod man's sub div., Hock
Ktith Voiing to Isabella Nicliols, lot
1 I. block 1, Kodmairs sub div., Uock
M iy -Jo. y.oward McCulloch to A.
E. Honcns. lots o. C, 7, s. S, 10, 11,
l'' and i:i. block ..: lots -1, 5. ".. 7 and
S, block I, Dickson ii Young's add.,
Max Uuben to II. (ichlerman. jiart
lots 3, -1, ; and (I, block 3, Chicago
or Lower add.. Hock Island. $1.
(ieorge F. Koth to Max Huhcn,
part lots 3, 4. .r and . block 03, Chi
cago or Lower add.. Hock Inland, $1.
Margaret Hull to C. W. Wolfe, lot
10. block C, Fairmount add., Moline,
C. F. Ilemenwav to E. M. liullis,
lot 4, block 1, Prti.-pect Park, South
I'f). Hans Harder to C. H. Harder,
lot 4, block 4, Howard's add.. Hock
Moline Water Power Co. to (ill pin
Moore, lot 12. block I. Moline Water
Power Co's. Seventh add.. Moline.
(ilpin Moore to John Tedell, lot
, block V, Molinc Water Power
Co's. Seventh add.. Moline. SI. 500.
J. S. Heck to C. W. Heck, lots 1
and 3, Upland Pace. South Molinc,
JSS; ll I.
:.'( J. M. Ekltind to John Yroman.
sA lot 7. Eklund's sub div.. sej ".
17. lw. s-.',.:i.
J. N. Ekltind to Charier-Yanlleckc,
nP. lot 7. Eklund's sub div.. wA se ii.
17. 1 w, sil:l.
Neighbor, yt'e Yu t.ot the simud
In tun' loved ( tic's clieik?
Heed you not that eon-tir. haikinc.
While the form i;ros e.'iky
O, delay not, or til's dear etc
So:n c'eati.'s mvn wiil tie
You can pave her hy the use of
Th ree's Ci M. 1).
Ino'li'T noris, firt the ' ioiden Medical ll:s
fiivtTv" ai;d rejciu this liiexl.er f your family
from ronsuni.ptiyii, whdi tli-t-at r. Ii -r. 1: has
saved thousands. Areordini t the doctors it
ha- wrou-'ht ndraoiis. f ir it !ns curel tlio.e
v liom they pr. niur e (1 im nnihle, except by a
mira le. It is a trciy won.ieifil remedy, lir
all broie'.tia-, thnint and Uii-- (1;muso--. weak
lui:(rs s; itt'-iiir f hi 'J u id Uh.drid !.ilmct.ts, i
is a sov ieij;ti reniedj.
Mayor's I'rK-l::nal ion.
As Tuesday. May 3 , is the day set
aside as Memorial day, in order that
all citizens of the city may have an
opportunity to participate in the ex
ercises appropriate to the occasion,
all manufactories and places of bus
iness are requested to suspend oper
ations on said day from the hour of
10 o'clock a. m. till o'clock p. m.,
and the people of the city generally
arc requested to unite in observing
the noble custom of decorating the
graves and doing honor to the mem
ory of the nation's heroic dead,
T. J. Mkpill, Jr., Mayor.
Hock Island, May 21, 1813,
World's i'Hlr Kates.
The liurlington route (C, li. & Q.
H. H.) will well round trip tickets
from Hock Island to Chicago and re
turn from April 25 to October 31,
18'.I3, inclusive, at $8; final limit for
return November 15, 18'J3. 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. D. Mack. Div. Pass. A-t--
Hock Island. 111.
M. J. Yoing, Agt., Hock Island.
Dr. John liaz'.ewcod of Eckcrty, Ind.,
has in his posses.-ion a heavy frold fmn'-r
tint;, set with three diamonds, incf i he
property of Marie Antoinette, at whose
court his maternal yraiuluiotlier was a luaid
of honor. .
It is plain that our schools have already
preatly reduced the amount of crime, and
that when we shall have succeeded iu get
ting rid of all illiteracy we will still further
reduced the number of criminals.
for Infants and Children.
millions of persons, permit ns to speak of it withont ea3"'Dg
It is unquestionably the I)est remedy for Infants and Children
the. world has ever known. It is harmless. Children lihe it. It
eives them health. It will save their lives. In it Mothers have
something which is ahsolwtely safe and practically perfect as rt
Castoria destroys Worms.
Castoria allays Feverishxiess.
Castoria prevents vomiting Soar Cnrd.
Castoria enres Diarrho?a and Wind Colic.
Castoria relieves Teething Trophies.
Castoria cures Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria nentralizes the effects of carbonic acid gas or poisonous air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opinm. or other narcotic property.
Castoria assimUatesthefoodegnlatejhe stomach and howels,
giving healthy and natnral sleep.
C storia is put np in cag-sfaa hottles only. It is not wold inbnlk.
Don't allow any one tn sell yon anvthingolsoon the plea or promise
that it is"jnst as good" and will answer every pnrpose."
See that von ?et C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
is on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
EvfrylhiDg in the line of epriDg vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Mason's Carriage Works,
East Fourth Street. - - DAVENPORT, IOWA.
J. T. DIXON
Arid Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Manufacturer of all t'.ndeof
BOOTS AND SHOES
Hem's Pine Shoes a specialty. R?'siriiic&oie reatly tad promptly.
A ehueof your patronage respectfully ec.ici'.cd.
1618 Second Avenue. Rock Island,;!!!
Ii i. Hudson. M. J. Parker.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ai'd Seventeenth st. Rock Island.
Opera. use Saloon
GEOiUiE St'lIAfEl Troprietor.
101 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, Opposite Harper' Theatre.
ihe choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lunch Everr Day Sindwichee Fnmlbel on Short Notice.
HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money bv buying your Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brushes, at the Old and
Reliable 5 aod 10 Cents Store.
SIRS. C. PUTSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
SEIVEKT " ANDERSON,
CONTRACTOR: I nd BUILDERS.
"3 3 'B
All Kinds ot CarpenxJ Tirk Done.'
general Jobbing done on ehoit notice ad e-. flon' guaranteed.
Office and Shm 781 Twelfth Street.
'. ROCK ISLASD