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THE AKU US, TliUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1893.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison is not driven ont of the system by
a more violent po'.son at the expense of the general
The treatement builds up from the etarr and
the habii vanishes quietly and easity, leaving
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous renewal has taken place.
istitntes in all parts of the United States.
Iterature on the subject sent on application
MORRELL LIQUOR CURE O
Hom Office. BUPORD BLOCK. Rock Island, 111.
At prices to
Suit the Times.
Seamless congress, all solid -Buckle,
best kip and grain
Congress and Lace, buff, all solid -Very
best quality, congress and lace,
See our line at
See our square box-toe for
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
ALD HEADS H
'A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
180c. Second Avenue.
Proprietoror of the Bradr itrcf t
All kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on hano.
Wk from Central park, the Urgef t U Iowa
J04 Brady atreet, Davenport, la.
-awK.urh as Weak Memory. Loss of Brain Poser. I Icmlncbv, Wakefulness,
loistMnnlioud. NlKbtly Kinlssioiis. Ner"iiaanew.lldruiniind lossof power
In tienerallve Uivana of either sex cause-1 by over exertion, youth! nl error,
excessive use of tobacco, opium or stlm slants, which lend to liidrnilty.ton-
stlmptlon or Insanity. Can be carried In vent pocket. per doi. m ior ...
With a W& or1.:r we Ire m wriues , "T t . V
by mail prepaid
IT cl- .
"-"Kocls Island by Hartz & Ullmeyer druggist, 301 12th st
UIQlTT7BMcir,pr"deioiif-y. t'lrculs free, -told by all ilrmrKlsts. Ak tor Intake
..ii.gistaouier. Audrwsa AaBVa IsJlUCIVm Ataaobic 'leiupie. tavww-
Try The Argus want column.
Fresh oysters at Krell & Math's.
Oysters served in any style at Krell
k mam s.
Oysters by the can or dish at Krell
& Math's. "
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
For Sale A second-hand phaeton.
For information inquire at this oflice.
For Sale Household goods cheap,
if taken this week. Aimlv 312 Sec
ond street. "
Read your own Altai's. If you
lon't take one, vou should. Don't
3'ou think so?
All kinds of bievcle renairinsr done
at Walker's place, 415 Sixteenth
street. Moline. Remember the num
ber. Telephone 2030.
lea. coffee or chocolate with a fine
dish of fresh oysters and a few nice
fresh buns is what makes a rich meal,
and to ejet the same ro to Krell &
Heirijr desirous of closing out what
bicycles I now have on hand. I will
offer a few new and second hand
wheels at half price. Call and see
me if you want a bicycle for less
money than you can ever bnv one
Daniel Mowry, living near Cable,
was in the city yesterday. He will
have a sale of farm implements and
stock next Wednesday, Oct. 4th, and
will retire from farming, having been
actively engaged in agricultural pur
suits since he was old enough to hold
a plow 50 years ago.
Drs. Coffee & Waggoner, the emi
nent eye and ear specialists, will be
at the Harper house from Tuesday
until Friday, Oct. 3d to 6th. If voil
have a friend that is deaf or blind or
cross eyed, send them word. Thev
will straighten the first case of cross
eyes that applies Tuesday mornin"
free of charge. See ad. in this paper
What is the condition of yours? Is vour hair dry,
harsh, brittle? Docs it split at the ends? tins it a
lifeless appearance? Does it f a 1 out when combed or K
brushed t Is it full of dandruff r Does your scalp itch ? f
Is it dry or in a heated condition? If these are some of
your sy mptoms be warned in time or you will become bald. "C
Skookum Root Hair Grower
- wri.tyoti Ti" 'l it production Isnotanaei Wont. trat the r?mItof solp-ntifle
r-e irvn, Ktn.wn of the diAi'so ot the hair and scalp led to the discov. tr
t t.f i - to tr-Mi tti'm. "skookum "coma.ns neither minerals nor oils. It
; iMHuiiciigiiirmiy riH'iiusi aim r ireinnjj ioni iy stimulating
af'tsii juitinj cured tii.tutrujr and urov.a hair on Caul
iiIv"OT th Fra'n elein. healtltr. and fr from in-ItatJntr eruptions, by
. a ti-ta i,' uj. i.n ic-tj. li UcilrAj iKiruitttt tiUtoCi, which Ued on 1
j...! a ft,.. f,lltrt if
It v.ait ;riiz-ri-t can not sunnlv vou snl !Inrt to ti. nnd wp will fnrwnrrl B
t ! r-rit oi i-ficc. "o rower, yi.w ,cr LutUv ; 6 Xor$.tiU. ikiup, 6Uc.
i,.t i;.fi tor j
' THE SKOOKL'n ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
37 South I'ifib Avenue, f cw York, N. Y.
t'oUPoVA. Sept . 27 We are pleased
.to report John Buckley convalescent
irom his recent illness.
V. (.'nol and w ife arc talking of go
ing to the World's fair next week.
Very cool evenings, with some
frost on Sundat anil Monday even
ings. Mrs. ( 15. Fisk is on a visit to her
sister's in the southern part of the
('apt. John Hugcnin is making
some repairs to his dwelling. James
Host on is in charge of the work.
Mrs. Hiram Murray is reported as
lieing no lictter. The doctors pro
nounce her d'seasc typhoid fever.
11. P. O Xeil, of Dallas, Texas, has
been visiting friends here the past
week and will visit the World's fair.
Mrs. lluliliard's son and family
from Ohio are on a visit here and
are expecting to stav duriitg the win
ter. There are some parties talking of
going to Tenness.ee from here this
winter, with a view of locating
Mrs. C. Wilson has gone to Mitch
ell, Dakota, to visit hor daughter,
Mrs. Allie Marshall. She anticipates
being gone sometime.
ltev. John V. Kd wards preached
his lirst sermon onSunday last. His
remarks were well received. We an
ticipate for him good success here.
The sale of Johnston and Handel's
advertised for Sept. 27th was post
poned to some future time. The at
tendance was too small to attempt
The farmers say it will be the
fault of those who have corn if thev
have frozen lingers from husking this
winter, as cribhingcan be done much
sooner this fall than usual.
George Smythe and family of Hock
Island, are the guests of ('apt. Hujfe
niu, while the captain and George
are amusing themselves at their
"favorite sport hunting duck and
5 .. ; .iv.T It.tl.
A j:'.;ior ;::.ui wim st.!. !i- otlice boy
to return a li:r-.l t'r ni t a stable re
ceived 8"ver;-.l days iiiier a bill for the
board of tin- horse and another bill for
the hire of the team tr the-time in
terverityr. The stupid boy took the team
to the wroujf stable. The man said ho
wouldn't mind so much, but there seemed
to be no limit to the number of cigars he
is compelled to pay for at the instance of
jeering friends. Exchange.
The Motlvrn Iteauty
Thrives on good food end sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in the open
air. Her form glows wirh health,
and her face blooms with its beauty.
If her system needs the cleansing
action of a laxative remedy, she uses
the gentle and pleasant liquid laxa
tive Syrup of Figs.
The I.HMt HarveHt Kxcuraion.
The last harvest excursion of the
season on the C, M. & St. P. will
leave Rock Island Oct. 10. The fare
for the round trip will be one fare
plus $2. Tickets will be good for re
turn 20 days from date of sale. The
public will be governed accordingly.
E. 1). W. Holmes, Agt.
World' FHlr Kate.
Burlington route, C, B. & Q. rail
vay, will sell SO-day limit excursion
tickets to Chicago and return at $6.97,
and excursion tickets limited good to
return any day to and including Nov.
15, 1893, at $8. For further informa
tion apply to
M. J. Young, Ticket Agent.
II. D. Mack Div. Pass. Agt.,
Rock Island. Ill
26 II. F. Kuhmschussel and
George A. Young to H. Ruhmschussel
se wi wj nw 8, 17, lw, $1.
H. Ruhmschussel, Sr., to H. F.
Ruhmschussel, Jr., nj s.', wl w.! nwj
8, 17, lw, l. "
H. Ruhmschussel, Sr., to George
A. Young, s wj wl nw 8, 17, lw,
H. F. Ruhmschussel, Jr., to Chris
tian Dohrbeck, part n.l si wj wi nwj
8, 17, lw, $1.
Licensed to Wed.
Sept. 2.5 Frank L. Smith. Sarah E.
26 William Strachan, Moline.
Lirxie Edgar, California, Penn.
Rykox, Sept. 27. Pear
Bros, shipped one car of hoi's,
Monday, and S. Wilson one car.
J. F. Xormand is visiting the
White City by the lake, this week.
('. P. Albrecht has improved his
store front by building a new porch.
William Tilbrook wields the knife
and cleaver, while J. F. Xormand is
taking in the fair.
Rev. A. Harper, who has been se
riously ill with throat trouble, is
Our city fathers are getting our
streets ami sidewalks put in good
condition for winter.
Prof. S. L. Unger is attending the
Chicago university. His family will
remain here this winter.
Since the rains of last week farm
ers are trying to make up for lost
time with their fall plowing.
Hollister and Swank are shifipinir
hogs today Six cents per pound
for hogs makes the farmers smile.
These frosty mornings make our
stove dealers look happv. and the
coal dealers report increased activ
ity in their line.
Howard Segar. an old Port Byron
boy, now station agent at Pawnee
City, Xcb., was shaking hands with
old friends in town last week.
William Farber has purchased
from Lyman Dailcy the house re
cently occupied by Hev. T. ('. Davis,
and moved into it on Mondav.
Perry Burns has moved from Hock
Island into the house owned by Mark
Ashdown at the upper end of" town.
Vacant houses are becoming very
Lewis Taylor met with a painful
accident yesterday, while employed
with the other section men in "un
loading ties from a box ear. One of
them dropped on Mr. Taylor's foot,
bruising two toes very badly.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hilton have
visited friends in town the past
week. Mr. Hilton grew up here and
is well remembered by a great num
ber of our older citizens." He could
see a great many changes in our city
since he last visited here.
African Explorers Fighting Duels.
There seems, as a rale, to be no love
lost among explorers. Lately we had
the affair between two officers in west
Africa, one of whom lost his life by
some mysterious means which the Sen
egal authorities are endeavoring to elu
cidate. Is ow, two gentlemen who were
connected with the Maistre exploration
party on the Atlantic side of the dark
continent have been quarreling over
their rights in the matter of the publica
tion of scientific notes, plans and photo
graphs. These rivals, MM. Brunache and de
Behagle, have had two duels with otie
another within a week. They first met
a few days since on the Grande Jatte
island and had a pistol encounter with
out any serious result. They afterward
selected rapiers, and after a brisk bout
both were wounded, M. de Behagle in
the forehead, his opionent in the right
little finger. London Telegraph.
Opium a Xvcetuiity In India.
A memorial bus been issued by the
British Indian Xutive association em
phatically protesting against the ap
pointment of the opium commission,
which, it declares, is merely the out
come of a snatch vote of misguided phi
lanthropists. The memorial afiirms that
the use of opium is universal in India,
that the drug is an absolute necessity
and not a luxury, aud that its prohibi
tion would inflict the greatest hardship
upon the population and would cause
widespread discontent. The prohibition,
it is further contended, would not affect
the use 'of opium in China and would re
sult in increased taxation and a budget
deficit which would amount to more
than the country could bear. London
Three Hears at One Shot.
Mr. T. E. Spotswoodof Fairford. Ala.,
was in the city yesterday and told a
story of a remarkably shot made by Wil
lie Sims a few days ago, at which he
killed three bears at once. He stated
that Sims was in a canoe fishing in Clear
Water creek, when his attention was
drawn to three bears a mother and two
cubs standing ou the bank at the edge
of the water slaking their thirst. Mr.
SimB raised his gun, and as the smoke
cleared away he saw a body lying down.
Assured he had killed the old bear, he
paddled over to that side of the lake, and
when he came to the bank was aston
ished to find he had bagged all three.
Summer Weak i is
And that tired feeling, loss of appe
tite and nervous prostration are
driven away by Hood's Sarsaparilla,
like mist before the morning sun.
To realize the benefit of this great
medicine, give it a trial and you will
join the army of enthusiastic admir
ers of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Sure, efficient, easy Hood's Pills.
They should be in every traveler's
grip and every family medicine chest.
25c. a box.
d inline Mci'ncnv
ruiu i HVILU I1LIVI
No man can afford to have a sick "Wife or
Daughter, nor, in such times as these,
A big Doctor bilL Zoa Phora cures
the sickness, eaves the bills.
Sustain 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.
Ruber'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 o" Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
To Early Buyers
We have received our Fall Stock of Ladies
and Gents Fine Shoes and party Slippers
and can show you ail the latest novelties of
the season direct from the leading manufac
turers of te countrv.
We are Leaders
In Fine Footwear.
Second ami Harrison Sts., Davenport.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Thethorongh inet.uctlon b'iren at this Scboilis veriacd by m-re than ;i(X) different Banks
using their Students.
112 and 114 East Second Street, DAVENPORT, IOWA.
GEORGE 8CKAFER, Proprietor.
M01 Second Arenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street. OppoclU Harper'! TkMtre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lutett Irery Dmy
taadWKhw Furaiahedon Short Hotto.