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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUNE 1893.
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Tinware And House Furnishing Goods
1612 second avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
JOHN G IPS ON,
n a a specialty.
ROR. TIME. MUNKY
Csf it your own way.
It in lltn Vkitt Va mOa
For ashing Machine nee.
o H everywhere.
as',"-. Bwrvth lnrr TroTn a nne
it; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
a M- & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214
Joiin Yolk 5c Co.,
HOUSE i BUILDERS.
Ot.ors Blinds. Siding, Flooring,
; ' Kinds of wood wor for DuUdere.
U t. bat. Third and Fonrth aves
J - - - ' V 1 1 Li J 1 UO. H
S eventeenth. Street.
Opposite toe Oi l stand.
zs a dreadful thing
undoubtedly caused by the irritating
effects of dirt.
Outbreaks, and crime generally, are
never possible among people who are
addicted to thi use of
The great soother of angry passions
the promoter of health and good
feeling. Cleans everything injures
nothing don't be afraid to use KIRK'S
Soap on the most delicate fabrics.
J AS. S. IORK dc CO.. Chicaco.
Dusky Diamond Tar Soap A st;:
A Saperb Complex-
La M U . 1
.3 wm a. - at mama
T H. THOMAS.
T H THOMAS Sol" Atrent
m troubled with ' ionorrhceal
aTnr uit unnatural disrhanreask'
Wnttr HriifrviHt for f. l.ottl of
(Hip C. It euro In n few davi
I without the aid or publicity of a
I doctor. r, on -poisonous sni
Icunranteed not to rtricture.
V The Caswraal Amerircn Cure.
7he Evans rhuii 1
MBF' SOLUTE CURE: FORWj
MwSw WILL NOT CAUSE E4
MM P rRICTURE. AttK "QK
13 o O -(3 pain, no sta:n.SB
HBV NjTR'JCTK)f;8 W1TM EACH fcW
VSW AT Aii. Dft'JOG'fTR n2V
Central Chemleal Oo
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Insana Persont Restore.
U Dr. KLINE S GREAT
.brain Maarra discasbs. Mrar
tiii i ill a if taken as dire-ld. A l iti mflrr
TraMiM and 5 trial beateftn
l Vr,-..IMI a4 etp-- ad lress i
k-' Is;L.tl " ' St..r;lid'-lphia.PA
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21 Dora Sieberl to Harry iSpri tijj
er, lot 12, W. J. Sheppards sub dir.,
24. 19, lo. f2(.
J. M. Gould to L. H. Hasniusscn.
part lot 4, Lec laircV Reserve, ,
21 Jort-miah LeQuatte to O. A.
and V. A. LeQuatte, part ne and e
nw S, lft, 5v, lots 1, ;? and 4, ej sw
S, 16, 5v. lot 1. and 5 acres vi e 3.
16, 5w, nej sw and ej so iw 3, 16,
5w, and part sw Be 3, 16, 5w,
S. J. Harrington t J. A. Roberts,
lint) interest si nw 1. 16, 5w. $300.
James A. Roberta to James J. Har
rington, und interest si nw 1, 16,
21 Estate of Asmus Lagc. Inven
tory and appraisement bill tiled and
Estate of Joseph Miller. Will ad
mitted to probate.
22 Estate of Peter Holand. In
ventory filed anil approved.
Estate of Paul StaVofaky. Inven
tory ami appraisement bill ti lei I ami
A . r. ;it Overnight .
CHICAGO, June 22. Editor of Thk
AKOU8: The World's fair should not
only com memorate our achievements,
but should likewise commemorate
the virtues of the men by whom such
achievements were wrought out: ami.
in fact, inventors, artisans and capi
talists are thus honored in someway,
including the elder Vanderbilt, who
is honored with a statue. Thestates
have honoreti their leading men.
Kentucky has a statue of Mr. Clay;
Ohio has many statues of its leading
men : California has a stat ue of James
W. Marshall: Utah one of Brigham
Young. Virginia reminds us of
Washington by reproducing his resi
dence, etc. But although Illinois
has expended a million dollars, it
has scarcely anything to remind one
of Abraham Lincoln, and that this
neglect is willful appears not only in
the fact itself, hut in the specific
fact that I made three separate and
dist inct free offers of my collection
of letters and documents, no one of
which was noticed or recognized in
any way by the "No Maifs" exhibit,
or by the board of managers, and
thus it is that the memory and fame
of Abraham Lincoln is cat out in
the land which he honored within
three decades of the time when the
state put on sackcloth and ashes for
Henri C. Whitney.
Ill Flot Opportunity.
In an Eastern city, recently, two
physicians were walking tog-ether on
the street, when one of them lifted his
hat to a lady' whom they met. ''A
patient?"" asked the other. '"Oh, in a
way," answered the first doctor; "I
treated her the other day for a small
difficulty." "What was it?" "A wart
on the nose.' "'And what did you pre
scribe'.'"" ""I ordered her to refrain ab
solutely from playing- the piano." The
other tloc-tor was astonished. "Ordered
her to leave off playing- the piano for
a wart on the nose! Well. I can't un
derstand your treatment." "If you
knew the circumstances, you would."
said the first doctor; "she occupies the
flat just under mine."
At Bull Ron.
For the first ttme since the war
period, a squadron of cavalry is now
quartered near Washing-ton, on the old
Lee estate. "Arlington. " Since their
arrival in the East, the troops have
been sent in turn to various Virginia
battle-fields. Recently one of these
troops, on the inarch, halted near a
farm-house, and the captain. In con
versation with the owner, remarked
that he was going to the Hull Run
battlefield and would remain there
Over Sunday. The farmer's daughter,
seated near by on the piazza, began
to laugh, and when asked for an ex
planation, said: "Well, captain, yours
will be the first union soldiers who
have stayed there that lone."
lEonrs !f n l'n..own i'eople.
A large number of human skulls
and various human hones, apparently
of some unknown race of people, were
brought down by the Anderson river,
in Mendocino county, California, two
weeks ago during a freshet, and
landed on a sandbar at the mouth of
the river. There are no reports of
washouts of any nature to account
for the presence of these relics, and
it is thought the river unearthed
somewhere in its course the burying
ground of some prehistoric race- The
skulls do not appear to be those either
of Indians or white people.
Advert Inetl Lit No. 25.
Lixt or lettera uncalled for at the jioxtcfflce a
Rock Ieland, 111., Jane 1K'J8:
Aden Misa Emma Hymann Ken
Brudfhaw Mr- Mary Bene
Hill Ben C
Baldwin H A
Hodaoa D D
L.aker Lizzie Mia?
Martin VV W (XI
Nelson Towmend J
Petlreon Mamie Mi
He f J G (2)
Schield B zzie Mis
Stewell K M Mrs
Way E B
Brewer Joseph T
Buzenlenz Mrs E A
Clark Frai k
OoUeer A R o
Drake J S
Edward Br Brite
Krye Mlea Budie L (3)
tiebhart D R
Howakd Wells. Postmaster.
Crienter Kleet Otllcera.
Carpenters' Union 166 elected the
following officers last night:.
President Q, Klots,
Vice President F. Eckhard.
Treasurer F. Nadrbaur.
Financial Secretary Joseph New
field. Corresponding Secretary M. W .
Conductor Thomas Hare.
Warden Joseph Maxwell.
Trustee J. A. Anderson.
To Our Render-.
If you can make 80 words from
letters contained in the word Mon-
treat you can have a free trip to
Kurope and return, as the Illustrated
PDblishing company of Canada offer
to pay expenses to England and re
turn to the first person in each state
sending a list of not less than 8't
words as above. A host of other
valuable prizes will lie given to suc
cessful contestants, and every one
able to send a list of net less than 60
words will he awarded a prize valued
by the publishers at not less than
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among the different states persons
residing in any locality have an equal
opportunity of securing the free trip
to Europe, or one of the other valu
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Y. M. C. A., Montreal. Que.
Couldn't Afford That.
Old Captain P , of the regulars,
was inspecting the prisoners at a San
Francisco post, one morning, and
found one of his old veterans, who had
weakness for liquor, in the line.
'Well, McCruire," said the captain,
"back again, are you? Now why don't
you drink like a gentleman, and keep
out of trouble; drink like I do." "Ah,
shure, sir," replied McGuire, "if I drank
like th captain. I would have been dead
these ten years."
Bheumatiim Care in a Day
Mystic Cure" f"f rhi. iimatisin and
neuralgia radically cures in nut to
three days. Its action upon the BVH
tern is remarkable ami mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first tlose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Ott. Grotjan, Druggist,
I will offer for sab- at public auc
tion on July 24, 1 893, mi tin- prem
ises at number 182S Second auenne,
Rock Island. 111., (unless previously
sold at private sale) the stock of hard
ware and store fixtures belonging to
t he estate of Henry Uousman. 1 "ill
also receive private bids for the stock
ami fixtures at any time previous to
the above date Said bids will be
subject to the approval of the judge
of the probate court of Hock Island
Terms of sale, cash on delivery of
goods. j. R. Johnston,
Rock Island. June 20th, 1;:;.
Folding iincn is an accomplishment
in which each one of the women in
Holland is expected to be proficient
before she becomes mistress of a home.
In Holland especially the folding of
linen requires considerable skill and
training. Much of their fabric is of
the finest texture and quality, and
they fashion the various pieces in
ironing into birds, animals, flowers,
and all manner of artistic shapea.
A Little Fatherly Advice.
' f ever 501 miirry." !-id oldVjeYitleiiian to
his -on. "lit i: be 7fj' '" hao judgment
eniHiti to ,iiperinti'ndlhBgBtHn;of a mi ni, aste
enough to dre-s herself, pride enoUkb to wa-h
her face, and sense eaougti to use Dr Pierce's
Favorite Pn s -iptiori. whenever she reeds it."
The experience "c'f the aged ha shown the "Fa
vorite I'rrsrripttot." to be the bes' for tt.e cure
of h'l fi-male weaknes-e an 1 derm cements
(iood ena is shown by groins the remedy from
"our drVfrtfiaT, and nain - i" when you feel wetk
ai d d- M itateil. it wiil invigorate a- d cannot
poastt ly do n:-rm
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is and will ever be the
rrn..4. Tflttsnra. Backache,
" tj .-. irl Chest and
joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
Belcre you neea wj uuji
ra-eare oc CUARCF "V
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17 Warren str.
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Catatoriav destroys "Worms.
Caatorla allays Feverishness.
Castoria prevents vomitina Sonr Cnrdi
Ceatoria enres Ptorrhaaa svnd "Wind Colio.
Csvstorim relieves Teething Tronhles.
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Castoriat does not contatln morphine, opinm. or other nsvrootic property.
Castorim -tlletes the food,
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