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THE AUG US, TUESDAY, MAY 30,
T i- 1a T- T T Plinr1 -fs. 4-t-
IS A PERFECT CURE,
No disagreeable symptoms accompany the
treatment. The patient is greatly improved
in health; the appetite for these habits
passes away quietly and easily under the
treatment and the patient is allowed to con
tinue his daily work.
Institutes in all pirts of the United "t it-.
Home Office. BUfORD BLOCK. R ;ck Island, 111.
TURNING POINT IN LIFE.
Sustan Home Industry
Calling- for Rock Island
Brewing- Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
In Ladies, Misses and Children's
Boots and Half Shoes.
All the Brightest American
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i- Ni'wost, most
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r Three Styles,
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Misses and Children's
Shoes and Oxfords
Is far and away
The l-'inesl ever shown
In this City.
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n Hock Island by Ilartz & Ullmcyer and Marshall & Fisher, druggists
What the "ArgUH" Is Doing for Young Men
There is in this country a vast mul
titude of people who earn their own
living, hut who are not rich. A few
years of elementary schooling is all
they can ever expect to give their
sons and daughters before they must
join in the task of building up the
family fortune. Does it follow that
these boys and girls are obliged to go
without an education?
Not at all.
The American boy is the happiest
boy in the world. He feels that he
can lie anything, and he has frequent
ly proved that he can. He starts out
on the road 'of life as a jolly little
toddler without a care in the world."
His parents and friends help him over
the rough places and he funis the road
a very charming one.
Hut there comes a time when he
must proceed alone. No more kites,
tops, marbles or leap-frog. The road
is before him branching in several
directions. He has reached the turn
ing point in his life and he must map
out a way for himself.
At this point in the road of life the
World-Herald has placed a linger
post that points out the road to suc
cess. You are poor and only partly
educated: without oil neat ion you can
not sueeeed. you cannot be anybody.
Do von want to succeed? lo you
want an education? You can have
it for a saving so small that it
amounts to a mere trille.
For 1( cents a day for a short time
you can put yourself on an equal
plane with college-bred men. You
can join the race with them and you
can have a fair chance of outrunning
What are you to do with 10 cents
You are to purchase your univer
sity with it.
The great Encyclopedia Hrittanica.
now offered you - by The Aiciil's.
which covers every department of
knowledge known to mankind. Will
you heed the writing on the linger
post, and in after years look back
with pride and pleasure to the turn
ing point in your life?
Xo comedy in recent years comes
to this city with a stronger endorse
ment than that funniest of musical
productions. "O'Dowd's Neighbors,"
which will be presented at Harper's
theatre tomorrow night. "O'Dowd's
Neighbors' is a high-class comedy,
distinct and different from the so
called farce comedies of the day. It
is not necessary to say that "O'Dowd's
Neighbors" will have an overflowing
house in this fit v. Mak Murphy,
the irresistable comedian, who por
trays the the character of O'Dowd,
manages to get all there is out of the
part. The play is full to the brim
w ith fun. music, song and dance, and
is lively and interesting from the
start. The splendid company con
sists in the most of Sam J. Hyan, Miss
Clara Thropp. Miss Jennie Murphy.
Tom Watson and foremost, funny
little Mark Murphy. Many pretty
girls with costumes displaying their
graceful forms, and voicing their
sweet vocal ability. The absurd far
cical element, combined with the
more than Iileral number of solos,
concerted selections, etc.. keeps one
in constant laughter and merriment.
Mark Murphy and his excellent com
pany will meet with a rousing recep
tion on their advent in this city. All
the latest topical songs, the" four
legged freak dance and all the latest
novelties will be given on his appear
FOUR SCORE AND TEN.
The 1'rotiijral FhiImt."
The very successful comedy, en
titled "Tin- I'rodigal Father," by
(lien McDoiiough. will be presented
at the llurtis opera house on Wednes
day evening by C. H. Jefferson. Klaw
& Frlangcr's Comedy company. The
comedy is undoubtedly- one of the
most genuine successes of the season.
It is said to be extremely droll, the
dialogue is exceedingly bright and
altogether "The I'rodigal Father" is
declared to be a winner for the for
tunate managers, and a source of in
tense amusement for the play-going
public. Oeorge Denhani. who was
for so long with Joseph Jefferson,
has a remarkably original ami funny
part, that of Stanley Dodge, "The
I'rodigal Father, ' "who rivals his
rodigaI son, Percy, with wonderful
and amusing ease. Oeorge C. Boni
face, Jr.. was never better fitted with
a part than that of Tom Breeze, and
his disguise as a Zulu Potentate, by
which he. frightens a household, is
one of the most amusing and side
splitting bits of genuine comedy.
Miss Blanche Chapman Ford appears
as a dashing serio-comic, who has
fascinated the wiley old prodigal and
brought him into "all his amusing
Bhenmatiam Cured in a Day.
Mvstic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Otto Gkotjax, Druggist,
Fits All fits stopped free bv Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and fx trial Dot
tie free to fit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale bv all druggists; call
Marru It. Osborn 1 "nam's Away at Silt
Lake City The Itnrlal Here.
At his home at Salt Lake City,
Utah, yesterday, occurred the death
of Marcus B. Osborn, at the advanced
age of 90 years and two months.
Deceased was a former resident of
Kock Island and had many warm
friends and acquaintances here who
will learn of his death with extreme
sorrow. Mr. Osborn was one of the
pioneers of this locality, having or
iginally settled in Henry county in
1837, coming to Kock Island in 1845.
This was his home until 14 years ago,
where his home has been since. His
90th birthday was" celebrated there
two months ago, his children being
with him on that occasion. He leaves
three children as follows: Charles
M. Osborn, of Chicago: Mrs. Sarah
E. Corker, of Idaho, and Mrs. Henry
Curtis, of this city.
The funeral arrangements are not
yet completed, but the remain s will
be brought to Kock Island and the
services held at the residence of Col.
I.f it 'j; .
George Long. Sr., died very sud
denly at his home. 2tf;G Thirteenth
avenue, at 1 :45 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, aged C4 years. Mr. Long
was taken sick last Tuesday with
what was supposed to be blood poi
soning contracted from sewer gas,
which he came in contact with in his
business. He was up and around on
Monday, but just after dinner he was
taken with a fainting spell, and lay
down on the sofa, when he expired
a few minutes later. Deceased was
a molder by trade and a native of
England, coming to this country and
settling here over 4i years ago. A
widow and seven children survive
him. t he latter being: John. George,
Thomas, Edward and Willicm. and
Mrs. Agnes Hermann and Miss Mary
Long. Owing to his long residence
here, he was well known and enjoyed
the highest esteem of all who knew
The funeral occurs from the home
at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
"Wor d's Columbian Exposition
will be of value to the world by il
lustrating t he improvement s in the
mechanical arts and eminent physi
cians will tell you that the progress
in medicinal agents has been of equal
importance, and as a strengthening
laxative that Syrup of Figs is far in
advance of all others.
The Nervous System the Seat
cf Life and Mind. Recent
No mrslory tins vor romnnrWi with 1 hnt of
human lifo. 1 1 lias been tlio It'ariimi Mihjpct
of professional researli ami stuuy in nil aes.
But iiulwiiiislautling tlii-s tact it is ncft pener-
any K ii o v n
that tlie seat
of life Is lix-a-tod
in t lie up
per part of tho
near tlm haso
of 1 lie lr a n,
and so Rensi
t ive is this
port ion of t he
tem that even
the prick of a
TJpcpnt rilenvfr!pi have demonstrated that
all tueorcaus of the body are under tho con
trol of tli nerve centers, looaied In or near
tho basis of tho brain, and that when these nro
deranged t ho orzans which they supply with
nerve llukl arc uki deranged. When it Is re
iiiemliere.l t ii.it a serious injury to the spinal
c rj will ciii-e paralysis of tho bojy In-low
the in jiir.'J poi'i . iivauso t he ucrvo force is
preveiite-J hy tho i'l.i-'rv lrj-n ivsc'iinti the
p.irjlvzo.i p.-r!io t. it iviitlo understood how
tie tl:T'tn rer?i-'-it o t!ie l,"'vo centers will
can i-j !ii'.;i!v-.-a:i"i--'iic r of 11:.? various orjraus
v. Mt-.-h thev s.i ,ilv x. i o iiervo fmve.
Two-t hir Js of "hr;ii:i d: onsos aro duo to
the l:np.':-r.-t :t.-t km ol I'm n. rvo centers at
tlielr,.Mf tii.i iu-.'iia. not l: i:n a lii raujre
lii'Vit i:-inia:-i! v oi : .:ir:t !il t 'n oman it
self. The tr.'O' t:e.ia' j of phys-i-iaiis in
trealhrj the.o ti!s-.-s--es i t V. i t !'cv X real tin)
oraa rat li.r thisa tho i." "io ceir.erd vrUk'h
urH tii eauso of i )::? t ro-'de.
Vw. FitASKJ.ts V.;i.::s. the rr l ' rated spr
oiuiist.hus pri?f:'iin 1 v st tu.icii th:.. stih.iect Kir
over ZJ years, 1 h:is ma.!.- r:i:::iy ii:ijKr:a:.t
di-oovcries in i oii:ie:-t ion wit h i;. chii i a-iMi r
thx-Tii liein' t !n f lets co::V! iti"il i:i the a'love
statement, and tlnl tae o-airiary ri' tlio Is ,f
treatment are wrunjr. All Ik' i.'ru he, dizzi
ness, dullness, r::irui ri. pressure, biues,
mania, t:iela:K'lij! v. insanity, fiiiiepy, tt.
Vitus d ince, etc.." nr.) nervous disea-es no
mailer h )v caused. Tho wonderful success of
lr. Mii.-s" Kcstorat ivu Nervino is due to the
fai-tthatit is based on t hefn-cjrc.hisr principle.
Diu Miles" Kestokative S ekvixs las ld by
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Lame Back. &c.
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write aa above fur Syippton; !!!'
t'rrov i tore, nn "Y-ion r ' 4
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rail oHnrn for tho hinafcaixriiUSt.
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f The Only Road
When buying a Refrigerator buy a good one,
REFRIGERATORS are a necessity, not a luxury.
Ours are constructed on correct principles. We
have all sizes and styles at low prices.
Gas and Gasoline Stoves,
New styles, handsomely decorated, made of h
good material, easy to operate.
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
An endless variety to select from, nicely up
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T)L PHDJfK 421
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa
iJ"Uphol6tering of all kinds to order,
f eathers renovated on short notice.
50 PER CENT OFF.
We have several lots of Ladies' fine Oxfords
carried over from last season, mostly in A,
B and C, widths nearly all sizes, and we shall
Cut the price in two. Be sure and
be fitted before they are all gone
visit our BARGAIN COUNTERS.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
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Uanulacturers Ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aaar tca to lb -Westera
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