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In il.e ("ircnit Conn, In Chmcery.
S-t. term A. D., 1S93.
.r,, ,, iii.iidhifr and Loan tsMc'dtion of Rock
. lif'ry Fischer.
(l'i-.v t non-residence of Harty Fischer
,,'(( iltfendatit, having betn filed in the
ni e ' the circuit conrt, notice hereby
h mid non-resident defendant that the
., ..fimiit filed his bill of complaint in said
.... ..n the chancery side (hereof, on the
"ti'v-f!rrt "lay of July, IBM. and that thcrenpon
imniiM issued out of said court, wherein said
",., ,, IM ndinu, n tnrnablo on the first Mon
,v Vn the mouth of epteiLOer next, as la by
-r ijU'red. w. unle s you, the said non
...loTii ilefeii'lant above named, Harry Flrcher,
. r-"iiHy be and appear before aaid circuit
,', :he firct "lay of the next term thereof, to
!,. .! !: ' Kixk Island in and for the said
p!:;-. on the Brat Monday in beptcmner next,
i! i' . hcI, ai swer or demur to the raid com-
fc, n i n:t "in 1,1 cuiiiimiin, iud sriiue ana me
I ..,:vr- mid things therein charged and tu'ed
J,j:' It -iiken aa confessed, and a decree entered
r .Tiillnrr (A lha DMrn, rt alA Kill
U, k Niund. Illinois, July SI, 1893.
,i h"N Hl'BHT.
ii or for Complainant.
K l;KAI. KSTATK.
r-n- of un order and decree of the county
,,fi:.i. k Inland county, state of Illinois.
mi tlic l etition of the unduraicned, Jiimea
ht:-tii, administrator of the estate of
, HrtutfOl, deceased, fur leave to sail
! 'uM of said deceased ut the August
. I WS, of said conrt, to-wit:
it dav of August, A. U., InM, I h ill
i; h day of September rex', between tbe
n i"o'cloc' ill tbe forenoon and 5 o'Oock
a':, mnon of said dy. sell at public sale,
north door of the coart honse in ilu'citv
I; riv l-hind. in said county, the real estate
, ..,-ri'it 'il H" follows, to-wit:
Tin- n nth twenty ('JO J acres of the west-half of
li. t:i- Un.t of section number two, (3). in town
li;;. . v. t-.teen, (171, north ranee two, (.!, west
t tn-- rouriii iiriiicifwi ineriuiiin, excepting
h.T.-'Mm the following described real estate, to
wit: H.-L' iiiiing at a point on the half section
fir:v-:ro i-V-i chains and fllty-sevcn (57i links
..atliof the S3iith-wct comer of the south-east
carter of said section nine, (9, and running
:'n, -life onth sixty three (fi3 decrees and forty
minutes eai-t (s l decrees 41 m e thirteen
h;ns ir.'l twenty-four links, (Ki-'-H 00 chains),
mi ner smith fiirty-two deirrers and fifty-flve mln-
, t,.. fi: (s 58 decrees S6 minutes c) ten chains
siui t!f; t ine links ( 1 10-59 lOOchalas more or less
-,. tin-1 at line of said west-half of the eas. half
f ii section nine, (A) tonlRinlnfr between said
:m- n.i Kook Rivorcight and twenty-two hon
.IreiittiJ IS StJ-100) acres more or less, situated in
me county of Hock Island, state of Illinois, on
In- following terms, namely: Cash down on de
,:t.tv of deed,
lin'teu this 8th day of August, A. D.. 1883.
JAMES K. JOHNSTON.
Ailnr.iiftrator of the Estate of Rosalie Ilartragel.
Notlreto Klectrlc Light ('oiitrurtora.
-'. Hinl proiosals will be received at the c tv
rkr i Dice, Rock Island, Illinois, until 5 o'clock
n... eptenirer4-IM:i. for lighting thiMreits
of mi ilTT by electricity, the Ittmps to be of
star. iinl -.'.iKlo-candlo t ower each to Hie number
of li"- to 1 40 lights suspended ut strcvt intersection-
or on poles at such places as the city may
li n i t. 'he term of contract to lie for five ye rs
ftum Iii'cetuber 1. The sp -ctflciui rs can
In se.'ti at the cily cleik' C'flire. The city re
tr. - the riyht to reject sny or all 1 id-.
A. I. HrcslMi, It lerk.
I'a e ! Hoik I-laid. I'liinois. Aug. 1U
E Ni.asii An.ir.NtL, 111.. Ai erst lft lf-U.i
t ii .i in"osals. in Irtiiliciilc. v ill bo received
jut ; I'- o'clcH-k. noon, September 15. 1SSI3, and
men opened, for fur-ishii g ut iliis -enal the
f.ini.v ami straw required by the tj'oirteriimster's
dep.trtmi-nt during the fiscal vearindii g June UK
'i. The United Suites reserves the right to re
ject any or all proposals. All Information f ur
nNtii'd upon appl e ilton here. Envelopes con
t.iii:in proposals should be matacd. "Prnpofuls
f-.r Forage and Straw," and addressed to
Jon T. TnoMPsow,
Lieut. Ord. Dept. A. A. y M.
VHES YOU VISIT
THE WOBLJ'S FAIR
Do not Icrget to fee tbe ex
hibit of th General Elec
tric Company in the Elec
tricity Bailding, tie Intra
mural Railway equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's Jippiratas, the Elec
tric Launches equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's motors, and the Gen
eral Electric company's Arc
Lighting Plant and Power
Gemrators in Machinery
. Insane Persons Restore
Dr.KI.INE S GREAT
f-r a.V Hr ATT ft NltRVR UlSH AK.'i. Oniy su"
're Jw 4re siifectutnt. I-Us, i fiu'Pty ""
: Ai.LiHLK if ti-n t dire- tl. A' J -''
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What is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry,
harsh, brittle? Does it spi t at the ends? Has it a jC
lifeless appearance? Does it fall out when combed or
brushed ? Is it full of dandr iff ? Does your scalp itch ?
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these are some of J
yoursymptomsbe warned in time oryou will become bald.
Skookum Root Hair Grower t
In what you need. It production la nottnaccldentbnttheiwHoradentlflo
research. Knowledge Tot the diseases o: the hair aDd scalp led Co tbe d'KOT- r
ery of how to treat them. "Skookum "contain neither minerals nor oils. It -l
not a Dye. but a delightfully cooling a id refreshing Tonic. By stimulating
the roLUclea, it aloij ailing hair, cure dandruff and grow hatrmbald f
heads. . . . ..... .. .
rar- r rh imin rtann.
the use of Skookum 6ktn Soap.
ana destroy the hair.
rirou tne nair.
f J-A' .t"u' 87 South Fifth
SEIVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDER:
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done
General Jobbing done on hort notice nd m wracHon gnarenteeil.
Omc tuLi Soon 721 Twlfth Str-t. ROCK ,8LAND
a Lone Search.
Mr. Hoover Found no Re
lief Until he Consulted
DRS. STACKHOUSE AND DANIEL.
Nino Yeats a Sufferer from Eczema
and ot'ier Maladies Post Nasal
Catarrh and its Speedy Cure "I
Know Drs. Stackhouse and Daniel
Succeed after Other Physicians
"I can heartily recommend Drs.
Staekhouce and Daniel," said Mr.
George W. Hoover, the Rock Island
carpenter, who resides at No. 1400
Second avenue. "After vears of ex
perience with many phvsicians and
remedies, I can say that I was afford
ed no relief until i went to the Stack
house Medical Institute.
MK. GEOKGE W IIOUVEIt.
I was trouoled with eczema for
nine years. The past year the pain
and itchi i was unbearable, espec
ially at right. I could not obtain
suffic ient sleep. I had also a very bad
case of pist nasal catarrh which was
very annoying, especially when lying
down, as there was then a continual
dripping into the throat. This is not
entirely well. Should any one simi
larly afflioted desire to know more of
my case, I shall be pleased to have
them eal on me or write. I know
that Drs. Stackhouse and Daniel suc
ceed after manv other phvsicians
Catarrli and all kindred diseases
treated until cured at per month.
No additional charge for medicines.
Consultation and examination free.
Charges in all cases moderate. Write
for symj ton blank and particulars of
treatmei t by mail. Hundreds of pa
tients lning at a distance have been
cured by this system.
Irt.. Stackhouse and Iliwiiel
never publish a statement or testi
timonial that is not freely and vol
untarily given by the patient. It is
not necessary for them to importune
those wl o have taken treatment, to
give testimonials. The gratitude o!
cured patients prompts them to pub
lish as widely as possible the benefits
they haye received that others suffer
ers may find relief and cure as thev
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(Fi-ft Floor. Take tbe Elevator.)
e. W. Corn-r or Brtdy anfi Tturd 5tnt,
All curable ftiscfiaeH treu-ed with sue
cess. Sp'C.ialtiep: Eve. Er. Nose,
Throat nnd Luot's; Nervnuji Diseases,
Birort Diseases nbd Skin Dieaaes.
uccesi.ful treatment ty mail. Write
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Offlc-J Hours 9 to 12 a. m . 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m .
Bun'iaj s 10 to 12 a m. only.
235 Wis. Street
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It destroys paraaitio inaecU, winch feed on -
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Aveniie, New York, N. . ,
THE ARGUS, SATUUDAT , AUoUST 19. 1SSK3.
I READY FOR THE BORE !
CONVERSATION OF A MAN WHO WAS
PRIMED FOR A DYSPEPTIC.
A Chronlo Invalid. Uent on Relating BU
Own Case, Hears of a More Remarkable
One and Is Able to Get In but a Few
Words In the Course of a I-ong Talk.
"Yon are so burly and robust." eail
the orgulous dyspeptic, with secret
Bcorn, to his casual traveling acquaint
ance, "that 1 presume you aro never
troubled with dyspepsia. You have
much to bo thankful for. I am often in
such a state that"
Was the burly acquaintance to endure
the garrulity of a chance dyspeptic? He
"On the contrary," he Immediately re
plied, for, never having suffered a mo
ment in his life from any physical ail
ment, his mind was active and vigilant.
"On the contrary, I have suffered un
told torture from dyspepsia, and as j-ou
are interested in the subject I will will
ingly give you my experience. I began
with the finest digestion in the world,
but while engaged in the military service
of the country, being 10 years scouting
on the frontier, the character of the ra
tions, together with the quality of the
confections of soldier cooks previously
engaged in driving hacks and slugging
"Oh, my trouble was not with cooks,"
interposed the dysrieptic loftily, but
nevertheless much chagrined to find the
burly acquaintance prepared to talk on
on the subject. "As 1 was about to tell
you, 1 am often in such a state that"
"And the irregularity of the meals,"
hurried on the burly acquaintance,
"served, yon understand, in camp, al
fresco and a la fonrchette sans ceremonie,
threw me into such disorder that I had
indigestion, then dyspepsia, then non
assimilation. 1 submitted my case to tho
army surgeons. They advised me"
"Doctors are of little use. I will tell
"To confine myself to the simplest and
most digestible edibles and esculents to
be found in the military commissary.
But I grew worse, and the surgeons or
dered me back to civilization, where 1
could obtain the delicate nutriment
which my disordered and seriously im
paired system required. I went to Chi
cago and began a diet of chicken broth,
fresh fruit, stale bread made from newly
ground graham, steamed oatmeal"
"Oh. I tried all those. Five years
"The result was that I grew worse, as
before, and the local doctors advised mo
to go to to go to New York, where I
should be able to find foods lnrtter suited
to my parlous state. Accordingly I went
to New York and laid out a diet of the
finest and purest of the selected foods
that that metropolis affords"
"Plain country food taken as the sys
"My physician advised cxnct regular
ity. I had two ounces sua food, two
ounces farinaceous food, two minces of
the juice of fresh imported fruits and
two ounces coagulated albuminoids ev
ery two hours. Growing steadily worse,
I consulted higher inedical tili'iit. One
doctor kept me on cl;u:i bru'.li. a-jnthtr
on tangerines, anothi r on shredded
broiled frogs' legs, another on distilled
"Five years iigo"
"Growing steadily worse, I consulted
still higher authority. I was now told
that my diet was at variance with na
ture. The doctor told me that nature
was proportion, rhytnm, music foods
must be taken in harmonious propor
tions. He prescribed the same sea foods,
cereals, meats and fruits ns the others,
but in a chromatic scale of the decreas
ing Beventh, throwing In occasionally a
few vegetables by way of variation of
the fugue and double extracts as over
tones" "Of course you recovered, your case
being merely temporary"
"Growing Bteadily worse, I consulted
a doctor who had had great success
among the millionaires financial suc
cess. He was a man of blunt speech
and plain common sense. He said I had
overworked my stomach and must give
it entire rest. What I was to do for a
living in the meantime he did not say,
but he took a large fee with great scorn,
rightly despising me for the small
amount of money that he left me. My
Etomach was now worse than ever. It
refused to be cajoled and despised my
offers of peace. Excuse me a moment
Once I had spent over 48 hours fasting.
I then drank two drams of 6oda mint
with four ounces of aqua pura every
thing was now drams, scruples and
ounces with me, and the zigzag symbol s of
those distressing quantities appeared in
my nightly nightmares like a procession
of Daniel (juilps and Humpbacks of No
tre Dame as 1 say v drams of sterilized
milk at 70 degrees centigrade, with iv
wiggles of bismuth and ii jiggle jaggles
of soda, with a couple of glasses of wine
and pepsin to aid in the mysterious proc
esses of digestion.
"The large amount of actual food con
tained in the ounce of milk began to dis
tress me exceedingly, but the wine, to
which I was not accustomed, gave me
courage. I took several more doses of it
immediately, increasing the doses rhyth
mically. I had not felt so well in mouths,
I said. 'Wine is undoubtedly a mocker,
but it is a good rubif acient, besides pos
sessing valuable qualities as an antinar
cotic and merrymaker. Now, very well,
Mr. Stomach, I said, 'you are unamena
ble to gentleness, unmoved by kindness
and irresponsive to the concord of sweet
culinary symphonies. I will give you
something to rage about' Putting on
my hat, I walked lightly adown the
street, and entering, not a doctor's wait
ing room, but a restaurant, I instantly
ordered and partook of a repast consist
ing in part of turtle soup, roast old goose,
broiled fat lobsters, corned beef and
cabbage, salt pork, hot rolls, Italian
cheese, tripe, mince pie, black coffee,
chartreuse and a black and green cigar.
"As von can imagine, when you con
sider the philosophy of it, that ended it
I hope you will never be troubled as I've
been. Good day." New York Sua.
KKE DOLLARS A WEEK FOR LIFE.
j Here Is a .Snap for Itralny People The
Latent Tiling Out.
; In order to introduce Ths Canadian Agricultnr-
Ut into new homo , the pnhlighera have d idt-d
to present an unni;al y a tracilve reward list for
their Great Kiirhth IUK Yearly L.ter iry attrac
tion for ibe minni. r of 18;. which closes Oct. 1.
They have entered into a written agreement to
I par through tbe judges all thj rewards offered
Howto cjhk a Rew.ko These who be
come sab-cribera can c in pete free of charge.
A1 thai Is necessary is to take a few she is of
paper and make all the words von can out of the
leiters in the ihree words, "World's Columbian
fcxpo iuon." and send them to ns, inc'ostng si
for tlx months subscription to either the Cana
dian Agriculturist or the Ladies' H .me Mag-azin",
twe or the choicest I lubtrated periodicals of the
The gender of the large t liit will recolre $3
per week for lire; rerejo. 1,(M) in gold; third,
.V)0; fjnrib,$25il; fifth. sixth, -Icket to toe
world' fair and 10 davs' eipccses; pianos, or
gans, ladies1 and gents' gold and silver watches
silvi r tea hervices, diamond rings, and over 10,
OtiO other rewards, making altogether the mot
vat able prize li-t ever tS red by any publisher.
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they appear In the words "World's Co umblan
Exposition" that is, the word "riddle, ' for in
stance, conld not be used, because there is but
one "d" in the three words, etc. S Names ef
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letters Address, Agric dtliranst Publishing
Company, (L'td) Peterborough, Canada.
l atulitlci In r.attle Foreordained.
SoMiur mill milur.i ure proverbially kii
perst it iot:s, nnd the sulilier derives cre;it
comfort from Ins cbwrfiil fatalism. A
beautiful Si'i'tenibtT day was devoted to
one of the fiercest buttle ever known. The
color guard of a conspicuous regiment had
beeu repeatetUy shot down Bnd replaced
nntil 16 men bad fallen, mo-t of them mor
tally hurt. At this jnncttii-e a captain of
gigantic stature, tha largest among 10,000
men, seized the colors and continued to
wave them defiantly nntil the position was
He escaped untouched, even to his uni
form, while away in the rear rank, in the
leust exposed position ou the line, a little
Irish fish peddler, known as "Mickey the
Fish," received two serious wounds. Mick
ey was a dwarf whose enlistment had been
regarded as a capital joke and whose im
rnunity was taken for granted.
Some hat puzzled by the elation shown
by the comrades of giant and dwarf, I in
quired concerning their blithe confidence
and found that they regarded the double
event as clear proof that all casualties were
foreordained, and I am well assured that
out of this trauquilizing belief grew a great
peace in many hearts which served them
well when the storm of battle shut out all
ordinary means of refuge. Atlantic.
A Phil s pher'a flpiri n,
Voltaire ea d to a beautiful young lad with
whom h'"was dluii.g, "Tourriva's are ihe per
fection of art ; you are the perfecfon of nature "
This could tot htvc been f aid if the young lady
waa suffering f-om ci-easu and pain had left its
signs on the re turcs. Women who want to keep
beautiful, and lie the ''perfection of nature,"
thonld use "Favorite Prescription'' to assist
rature vrhen needed, to come: irregulaiities, aid
circulation ane digestion, an! thereby clear up
the skin, rendiri- g it s ft and beautiful. Dr.
Pierce' Favorite Pre crp ion is the only medi
cine for woman's peculiar ilia, sold through drug
gists, and guaranteed to give sati fac'ion in every
case, or money refunded. f
LOUIS D. VANDERVZRE,
Cue c? the best known VueIeoes men in CMi-ro,
representative of the great Bradstrect Cd,
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NEKVGU5
Dr. 3Iile JWtdical Co., Elkhart, Jnd.
Gentlemen : I take pleasure in informing
of the very liencficial results which have follow oj
the use of Dr. Miirr Rctotivc Nebvi;.,
in tbe case of myself and wife, t or a vear i v ,.
subject to a distressing pain at the base ot t:.e
brain and upper portion of the spinal cord, i
mfasx lost flesh and was eiiMt y
K. HI f I- IJ troubled with sleeplc.i-mffi.
1 Your Nervine was loil:.y
recommended to me. My rase had been so hI.mi
Late that 1 had no confidence iu tho efr.ciii v of
any medicine. Yet as a last resort I consented 'o
give it atriul. Much to my surprise, I exK-rioinid
marked benefit; my sleeplessness disupieurei
my headache was removed; my spirits uudge..cr0
OAINCO TWENTY POUNDS. ALL THIS OCCURHCD
rTCS) ICARNEO NO WELL KNOWN HVSIINS
fto failed My wife is taking the Nervn.e wiLh
the beat of results. Louis i. VaMaviu.K.
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vV PI LLS, SO Doses 25 Cts.
A r.ew and Complete Treatment, consisting of
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Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Kecent or Hereditary
Plies, Female wkakneskes and many other dis
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dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Kemedy has never oeen known
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suffer from this terriable disease when a written
guarantee is positivly given with 6 bottles, to re
fund tbe money if not cured. Send stamp for
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JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on th Ftomach, Liver and Bw
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Nervous Diaordrs,s31eplesness,LiOBs of Appetite,
restores the complect ion; perfect digestion fol
lows their nse. Positive cure 'or Bicx Hujach
and Constipation. mall, mild, asy to take. Large
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HAKTZ rjLLMKTEB Sole Agents Bock Island
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opiuru, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is tlilrty years use by
Bullions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. Q. C. Osgood,
" Castoria Is the best remedy for children of
which I era acquainted. I hope the day Is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead ot the variousquack nostrums w hich are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Db. J. F. KlIfCBKLOB,
Tb Csmtsmr Company, TX
TEE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aaapteo. to the
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complete line oi Tipe, Brass Goods, Packiog Hose.
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Everything in the line
Harness, Lap robes, Whips, Etc.
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-ELY'S CREAM BALM-Cleanses the Nasal
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the Sores, Kntorr TKe and tmijl, and Cores
I jlvea iieliei a I
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Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vine Street, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
1 v 1
" Castoria Is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend it as superior to any prescriptioz
known to me,"
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
IU So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. T.
" Our physicians in tbe children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet wears free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
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Murr ay Street, New York City.
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