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ni::ii Grova avenue awl Slxty-fomtli
. only 5 minutes from world's fair.
r ili'ilng room; elevated railroad.
..'ii. Hates modcrato. European.
W. N. Pelouse, 8upt.
h !wiy. Cor. Trinco St.. New York City.
,1 ind renovated nailer new management,
i ruti n $1 a day and npward.
Mr-ant equal to the best in the citv til n od-
1 1 - -
r.irs friim all K. II. etulum. and ti tm
i'l r. rry iHtidinR pa tlie door.
UII.DRET1I Jt A LI. EN. 1.
orld's Fair, Chicago.
Calnmet Avenue and ZUh Street.
jTfcf B Fireproof; 244 rooms; near Fair
I anli (jrounrii; bathft nn every floor.
. American and European plar.
V P tt flST II to a 1v. First-class fiunily
itUJlWr S hotel. Write for circular.
he PULLMAN HOTEL
55ih Su and ahUintrlon Ave.
Three blocks from main entrance.
Host of R. R. and street car service.
First-class cafe. Ratesl to$ZOrr
person. Write for circular.
asLes Every tiling from ;t tin
Ik handkercbef if a circue
ui; Lao-enriair? specialty
M. & L. J. FiFBIR,
i t-jt-ii.' in'
T H THOMAS Sol Aeent
Rock Ulan a.
,.Tft THF RFKTI FMfiN FHUND.
3tii" .- cuui
. Oar PZErrCTIOS STTtrSGB fM llb rrr but
! rLEAN. Unci not STAIN. PKtVENTS BTBICTU1
t-or.. oo.VnKltUIXA and OLKKT la !-. u Fuoa 4
VICK l MK for LKIIOOKKIlCKAcr VHITK9.
j:ihTTi iii:i:i;gihts. B-niioAo- ad,ifor JIXT
V-lil, BAMJi CIUiTJ W-. LANCalkJ, OH-
Cor. Michigan Ave. and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
VHCBOUSH INCTRUCTION. CHEAP OOAnniNC.
JTjjf"4 ABSOLUTE CUBE FOf
IZTj Wll L NOT CAU8E 3l
jjagj PTRICTURE. AsKFORfUji
MJ li O Q NO PAIN, NO STA.'N.ySg I
fbpejas NyB'jCTK):swrrM each B m E
' sC AT An. DR'.'GGIeTa. T
Cnmil Chemical C'o
Caicuo and i'eona. H a
THE NEW '
City 'Bus and Express Line.
' -xiioM Kock Islaiid r Harper Hotels for 'bus or exprei--wjiafon
and yoi; will reoivw pr, i r-? .iitmion.
TIiaEriLAk: H SPENCER. Prot
. oEIVKs & AKritU!.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDER:-.
All Kincte 01 Carporiter V.'ork Done.
General Joboln? done on snort nonce ami r-n tsinloc i:naratieed.
ttffltw Had Kban 21 Twslftii '?trit. i;ot':( ISLAN'1'
B. F. DeGEAR.
Contractor an c! Builder
"'lice sin d Shop iL'5 Kipjliteentli Street
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
. fc All kinds of Carpenter work a specialty. Flans and estimates for all kinds of buildings
furnished on application
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
fi- 1 a bb
Sick Headache and relieve an the troubles Incf-
dent to a biUoua i.Uta of the aystem, auoh aa
lizzinesa, Naneea, Drowsiness. Distress after
eating. Pain in the Bide, ko. While their meat
reiaarkaWo aucosat haa been shown in cluing
Eeoaaehe, yet Crier's Little Liver PfflB arw
equally valuablo in Constipation, curing and pro.
Tenting this annoy ing complaint. while they also
correct all disorder lof theatomachtininlate ton
Jivor and regulate 1 he bowels. Even it they onl3
4 zlifi fticv woald b calmest Trtmless to those wna
BJlfcr from this dii trussing complaint; but form
Cafly tlieirpoodn- 8 does notend h To.and those
whsoncetry Uiom will find these little pills vahv
cbleln soiany wiysthat they will not bo wl
ling to do without them. But after aliaick heac
lis the bane of no many livaj that hore Jg Tvheraj
'Tremakeonrgrea.booat. Our pUlacureltwhila
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills axe very small anj
very easy to take. One or two pills niakoa dose.
Ihey are strictly vefietable a.id do no', gripe or
Iurpe. bntby their pentle action please oil who
uaethom. In via sat 25 cents; lil--$l. Sold
ty dro&jisUeveiyibiuire, or svet bv i uiil.
CARTER WELICE CO.. H York.
Aliri:! wmi OQSr ' PRICE
' fjpwlllcs aresclentlfleally and
private practice i
people with enllr
a 8HH.'lal cure for
iriimin, um-u tor years la
nd for over thirty years by the
s HuetvsK. Every sfugle Speclno
the disease named.
indf.K"'? ,urK''B nr rwluelnjr
1 hey cure wltlio
the byxfeinand are
KeniedieM r 11,
! i . V.Vld ooverciitu
or PKINCtrAt Nt
-Fevers. Ci :isr.-itki:!.i. li.!i.ii.,ii,i0
-Woriiis, V orrj Tcvcr, Worm tulle
-Tet-thlnct Cullc, Crj lnj,-. Vakefulneu
-Iiarrben. rt Children or Adulu
-C'onchs. .' )liLs. lln.u.liiils
Nruialiiin, Toothache, FaceacheV.
Headachf , sick Headache, VeltiBO..
DyspepNiii , Biliounofs. Constipation.
SpireM!i (I or Tninfal r riod...
hiten, loo Profuse Periods
I roup, l,r ryucitiH. Hoarseness i.U.I
Milil(hcm;i, I rystpelas. F.rupllona. . .'25
-Itbeumntixni. llheuniatlc Fains U5
-Malnrint Chills, Fever and Anuo Ui
-f'ntarrh. Tiflti.nTn r-ni.i i,. tt...i
-Whoorini Conch' !u3
iviuuey I isenMpa j.'J
Nervous nihility .loo
I rinarv iVinl.n(ku. v.i-rrini. ti i
'"MPM KEYS' VVITfll nAZEI, OIL.
AL. L'J'.'i."""-'-" TrinlJ-i.e. S3 Is.
11 '" II- i--:,
I'-. Hi-)l;-.:i:.-.A' i: .
r-t vl priic.
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in "inatvsT::i-.( .. 1 1 1 i l iai::uc,
Spec s fb os
A new and C impleta Treatment, conlstin(; of
suppositories. )iiitmeiit in Capsnl-, also in Box
and Hiila : A I'r skive Cure for ttx'ernal. l'.limt or
Bleedina ltchii e. Chronic Heron: or Hereditary
Files, Female wkakncsscs and mi.nv other riio
eases; it i alw iy a preat benerit to the eeiieral
health. The f:mt discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an o;er itlon with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. Tils Kimedy lias never neon known
to fail. H per box. 6 for Ss ; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
eoarantee is positivly given with 6 bottles, to rc
fnnd the money if not cured. Send stamp for
free samiiie. ijnaraniee l8td by our agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELL.ETS
Acu like maetc on the stomach. Liver and Bow
els; dispels Oj-spepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous Disor lers.Sleeplessness.Loss of Apiietitc.
restores the eomplection; perfect digestion fol
lows their nsc. Positive cure for 8kk Bbadacui
and Constlpat on. Small, mild, easy to take. Larcc
Vmls of 50 Hil s 25 cents.
UAHTZ&TL,LMKYR Sole Acents Kock lal-a-o
('ucccscr to H.;WEX1T,)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Street.
JO-ls" Fit iiml Workmuii.shit) (inur
autcfil tl;e Hest.
C eatiDg and Repairing Done.
THE ARGUS, Tnun
BRIEF MENTION, Illinois and iowa crops. ;
Cook wanted at the Maucker house.
Try ice cream soJa at Krell &
Cream served with eTcrv "-lass of
soda at Krell & Math's.
Thosphates that do you irood to
drink at Krell & Math's..
Wanted A competent girl, small
family. 730 Ninth street.
A competent girl wanted. Good
wages. Apply 842 Nineteenth street.
Ten good work horses for sale.
Apply to Elbert Mead, Sears' brick
Wanted A good cook. Wages $5
per week. Apply to Mrs. S. II. Velie,
The Moline Furniture company
has doubled its capital stock from
$50,000 to 100.000.
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Adams have
returned from a pleasant visit to
their old home at Atkinson, 111. .
VA e serve pure fruit juice and crvs
tal spring water in our soda, ite
niembcr this and try Krell & Math's
Cheap lots for sale in South Rock
Island, on easy payments, taxes low,
location healthy. Inquire of M. M.
A large number took advantage of
a chance for a pleasant ride and
h-ard the Mandolin club entertain
ment at Black Hawk last night. All
were pleased with the music.
Clarence liiorly, of South Dakota,
who has gained for himself quite a
reputation as a long distance wheel
man, is visiting at the residence of
Herbert Mitchell on Second avenue,
Kates are $1.50 for rooms at the
Deleware. Sixty-fourth street and
Cottage (Jrove avenue. Chicago.
Five minutes by cars, cither cable or
L. to the fair. Set: u l. on another
A party of about a dozen young
people chaperoned by Mrs. C 1).
Gordon and Mrs. V B. Crawford
spent yesterday afternoon and even
ing picnicing at Black Hawk Tower.
A. delightful time was had bv all.
August Summers, of this city, f.ir
some lime past assistant route agent
bfen "riven a nice nrotnol ioti bv b
( ... . .
com puny and is now cashier of t lu
st. Louis ollice.
Gov. en Bros., of Moli"lie have pur
c.iasnl the Grammcrstorf restaurant
at IM'i Second avenue and will take
poscs.iou at once, opening for busi
ness Saturday morning a lirst clas
Kurqiean restaurant which will be
op,:. and night thereafter.
.John C. Kinney has been appointed
manager of the local ot'ice of the
Postal Telegraph comiiany. and the
ollice was checked over to him this
morning. Mr. Winchester, the re
tiring manager, left with . his wife
this morning for Sycamore, 111. lie
will retire from telegraph work en
tirely. Thought She Was 111.
An extremely ludicrous incident
occurred in a Lancashire church on a
recent Sunday. A young lady, evi
dently a strang-er, of a naturally pale
complexion, accidentally let her hand
kerchief fall on tho floor. By re
peatedly stooping to reach it fur
tively she attracted the notice of a
gentleman in the pew behind, who
thought she was about to faint
With the best of motives, therefore,
ho took her gently under the arms
and raised her up, greatly to her sur
prise. As she tried to release her
self another gentleman went to her
assistance; and before tho young lady
knew what was the matter they were
moving her out into the aisle.
Naturally, she was too much as
tonished to find words for protest
and they had managed to half carry,
half load lier some distance, when
she directed an appealing look to an
other gentleman in a pew, as if ask
ing him to help also. lie, too,
promptly rose from his seat and
helped to lift her up and carry her
into the vestry-room. There she re
covered her powers of speech and
mutual explanations soon exposed
the ludicrousncss of the situation.
The Highest l.nke in the World.
Captain Bower, after crossing the
plateau of Thibet at its widest part
by a rente new to geography, has re
turned to Simla. He says he has dis
covered the highest lake in the world
Hor-pa-chu 17,(.!: feet above the
sea. lie has explored miles of
new ground at an average elevation
of a,o:K feet, tramping and lidinj
over a fro -st-bitten and almost unin
habited land of successive mountain
ranges and deep valleys.
Didn't tare for tiie Water.
"Take a little water after that
medicine," said the physician to the
Kentucky colonel, whom he was at
tending at or.e of the hotels. "Ah
ah'." said the colonel, "do I nave to
take the water?'" Philadelphia Bec
ord. Novel Medal.
"W hat decoration is that you aro
wearing?" said a recruiting sergeant
to a new recruit
The man blushed deeply and re
sponded, "It's a medal our eow won
at the cattle show."
Would You be Attractive.
Youmustbeheaitby. Would you be healthv,
always keep within reach, ready for any emer
gency, Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, the perfec
tion of phjsic! Headache, biliomncsi. constipa
Hon, acoatid tonctic, always Indicate a torpid
liver. These magic Pellets act directly apon the
liver the fountain-head of many ills -correcting
all disorders, driving on. all imparities, stimu
lating healthy action. The best Liver Piil-,
mildly givlnp aU the benefit and soue of the dis
comfort of other pills.
some nine past assistant route ajrentv r.. , i . i i i i . 1
..i 1 from hock Irdand to Chicago and re
of the Adams Lxpress companv, with I ,., r,. , ,. ., ... . I." i ...
le:ld,ar,ers at SpringHehi. -11, , has ' f , ; ,
SPAY. JULY 20. 18J3.
Effect or the Hottest Week or .he Year
The weekly bulletin of the agri
cultural bureati of Illinois says:
The corn in the north and" center
is generally in line condition, and is
growing well, but is needing rain;
in some places the tasselling and
silking is out. In the south it is
somewhat injured by the drouth, but
is making fair growth, and is gener
ally clean. Chinch bugs have ap
peared in some localities.
Wheat harvesting is nearlv com
pleted in the center and probably
will be finished in the north in a
week. The yield is light, and th
quality not as good as expected.
Threshing is progressing in the south
Oats harvesting is completed in
the south half, and is progressing
rapidly in the north half. If well
tilled it will probablv ;ive an aver
age yield. Considerable rust is re
ported in the south. Haying is
about completed in the southland
center, and is being rapidly pushed
north. The crop is being secured in
line condition, reaches and apples
are still dropping from the trees
Potatoes arc needing rain.
The Iowa bulletin for the week ad
vances t Iii s information:
The weekly crop bulletin is as fol
lows: This has "been the warmest
week of the season, averagin" two
degrees above normal; rainfalHight,
except in scattered localities, which
report heavy showers accompanied by
brUk to high winds.
Corn has made rapid progress
never brighter prospects for a large
crop. Full wheat and ryt shock or
stock are in prime order. Having is
progressing and the bulk of the crop
is put up, generally in good condi
tion. Barley cutting has begun, and
in the south oats have been com
menced this week. In many locali
ties oats and s-pring wheat are some
what a (Tec ted by the rust in conse
quence of the high temperature'.
World's Fair Kates.
The. Burlington route (C, B. & tf.
H. II.) will well round trio tickets
..u .7 "inn iiiiiiL IWI
return :ovciiiier lo, s;i;
Con t i n
nous going par-sage date of sale.
Continuous return passage on ir l
fore limit, Children of live
years a. ui under 12 years of age half
of above rates.
11. 1. Mack. Div. Pass. Agt..
Bock Island. 111.
M. J. Y.H n;. Agt. Hock Island.
1 was troubled with catarrh for
seven ears previous to commencing
the use of F.ly's Cream Balm. It has
don for me what other so-called
cures have tailed to do cured me.
The cited of the Balm seemed magi
cal. Clarence L. Huff. Biddeford,
After trying many remedies for
catarrh during the past 12 years, I
tried F.ly's Cream Balm with com
plete success. It is over one year
since I stopped using it, and have
had no return of catarrh. I recom
mend it to all my friends. Milton
T. Palm. lteading,Pa.
A STOMACH LIKE AN INDIAN.
Why the Indians Never Have Dys
pepsia, Yet are Careless Eaters.
No one eouhl ac
cuse an Indian of
eating. He ate what
nature gave Mul
berries from the
wood, spoil from
his traps, gamo
from liia Imw. II.,
ate plenty or It, nto till he was full. H
was not very well cooked sometimes, and
he often nto fast.
When hunting or fighting a riuv would
often pass without uuvtliiiiij being eaten
Yet he never had lyspepsin.
He never "die.,!."
We hear too much about "dieting"
A man usn't cut pio, or cabbage, cr
cake, or I runs, or this nn.l that.
He tuusn't eat very niuih ami he must do
it very slow. He mut never tlrinkv.-hen ho
ents. He musu't hurry. He uiusn't worry.
And so it goes.
This it all very pond a.lvice. Tint it
would worry a man to death to rcmem
' er it all. Why can't wo live like the
-ndian in n - ealthy, hearty, natural wnv?
Iteeatise we have suc-li w'enk stomachs.
Hut how lil the Indian possess sueli per
fect stron;:. digestion? l!v taking that
medicine of h.s, Sagwa. when ever he felt,
there was anything wrong with him. Tluit
Sngwa we have now employed him to
make for us. If you would take tho
natural Amerienn remedy for dyspepsia,
Kiekapoo Sagwa, you, too, would not
know what a weak stomach or dyspepsia
Thanks to the efforts of the Kickapoo
Medicine Company. Indian Sngwa ami
other Kickapoo Indian remedies are oh.
tainnble of any dmggist. and t eirgenuino
curative value is beyond comparison.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
$1.00 per Bottle, 6 Bottles for $5 00.
i'a;ii?!iai 6ST51 rfl
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of .
Wines and Liquors.
1616 -ad 1618 Third Av
THIRTY years' otrravtion of Caatorim with thi pafawga of
millions of persons, permit m to speak of it without en aie.
It is nnqTiestiona'bly the 'beat remedy fog Infanta and Childif
the world has ever hnown ft la harmJes. Children 1&q It. It
gre them health. It will save their lives. In It Mothers hav
something which la absolutely safe and practically perfect sy
child' medicine. ,
Castoria destroys Worms.
Castoria allays Feverifchnesa.
Castoria prevents vomiting Sonr Card.
Castoria enres Diarrhoea and Wind Colio.
Castoria relieves Teething Troubles.
Castoria enres Constipation and Flatntoncy.
Castoria nentralizes tho effects of carbonic acid gaa or poisonous air.
Castoria does not conta'n morphine, opinm. or other narcotic property.
t"atoria assimaytesthefood, regulates, tho stomach and bowels,
ftiving healthy ap.lnatnral sleep.
f storla is pnt np in one-sie. pottles v.ly. It is not sold in hnDk.
r-on't allow Q.D7 one to sell yonnything no on the plea or prmnix
that it is"jnt as good " and will ansvr e-ery pnrpose.w
See that vn ft C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
Tm: MOLINE WAGON,
anulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aaapteo to the
. western trade, of snperior workmanship ard finish fllnstrated Price List free on
application. See the MOLINB WAGON before Dorchuing
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas. and Steam Fitting,
1 complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, PackiBg Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest nd best equipped
establishment vrest of Chicago
DA Via fcjJL.tHv.tt. Moline, HI.
Everything in the line of epriDg vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Mason's Carriage Works,
Katt Fourth Street.
"rS-ELY'S CREAM BALM-fleanses the Nasal lU' iHilPU
J I'assag-s, Allavs lain Hi.,1 iSiaminatinn, Heals ji?ic''''C r(sJ
jllle Sores, rtn. Tly ard Mni ll. Mod t 'uref J J-ATARf'fjl
Apply into the iittriU.
50c JJrujgiiita or by 1ai.1L KLY
IsiVUst la-li.at U ataA
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
8hop on Vine Street BOCK ISLAND, LLI.
i on every
1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth et.
Telephone 1148. RockiaUsa.
Telephone 1 1 6P
4 . ar at ' 1 . t ,. II 1
"i a.viu I'l liraUi
It U Quickly Abvtrbfd. I
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