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the safest and most permanent cure for the
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THE AKi.US. TUESDAY, OCTOBER5 10. 1893.
The poison is not driven out of the system by
tt more violent poison at the expense of the gnetal
The treatment builds tip from tie etar and
- habi1 vanishes quietly and easily, leaving the
imtient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous renewal has taken place.
II a . 1 ! T T A .
Institute? in an pans 01 me united Sta;es.
brratnre on the subject sent on application.
MORKELL LIQUOR CURE C
lloni" Office; BUFORD BLOCK. Rock Island, 111.
At prices to
Suit the Times.
Seamless congress, all solid - - $1 0
Buckle, best kip and grain - 1 50
Congress and Lace, buff, all solid - 1 SO
Very best quality, congress and lace, 2 00
See our line at - - - - 2 SO
See our square box toe for
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
INCOnroKATKD UNDKIt TOE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ItoCK Island, III.
(! t,K it v from H a. m. to 3p. m.t and Satnrduj evening from T to S o'clnck.
F:ve per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Mc ney loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate Hecurity.
t. L. H1T('I!E1.L, I'res't. F ('. PKNK MANX, Vice TrtB't. J M BI FORI), CaHei.
!' u. Mirrliell. V. . iienkn-Hmi, Jnhti Crnhanirli. r'.il Mitchell. H. P. lliil'.lL. Simon,
E. W Hurst, J. M. Ituford. Ii.hn Volk.
Iackhon & Udhst, Sol Ritnry.
I!f;r, bi.s n-h .Inly 9, 1Wi, and occupy the southeast coneriif Jtitrtiell Lynde's new bnih: be
JOHN G IPS J
TUE FIRST OLA.
N l lnf;iiMi in hie now hop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
tpiMttMu the t . ftnc:
1803 Second Avenue.
I'roprictoror of the I rady street
K8 O S H3 IE& V-
ml kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on hiinn.
"r on Houses
ae block from Central park, tha lareft iu Iowa
:m Brady stree', Davenpart, la.
-W3 tSyalLaif r .
li'uf Brain Power. K
l rMif all .rvan. dia
pawv ncn ft? wenK Memir-. iav jUi irn 1-11Ilt 1.,.-. nuwer
lst.Mnnli.MHl.MKtitly KniL8l..i.. "nm'-rAUln"l!MlXl
ln;pii..rtlrunii..feitli. fkicsiwiI hytiyerf eril..ii.y"f"7
; pothIvcum f tobacco, op rnn "n,uL',nV"i J. s i ipr box. O f 'r.-..
5""l n or ;n!utnlty. tan 1 CT.mii mj-" 17 - , rantee to ran
For sale in RocklslanJ bj Hartz & Ulltneyer di-uSgist. 301 12th st
rroeecdiiiRK of I.t NItlif8 Adjourned
Council Meeting. "-
City Council Chamber. Kock Isl
and, Oct. 9. 1893. The city coun
cil met in adjourned session at 8
o'clock p. m.. Mayor Medill presid
ing and all the aldermen present ex
cept Kinner, Bladi-1 and Fickenscher.
The clerk read a communication
from tbe Chicago, Rock Island &
Pacific Railroad company on the
Fifth avenue assessment, claiming an
over assessment of $055.39. Refer
red to the street and alley commit
tee and city engineer.
The clerk read the report of Chief
Engineer Rrahm of the proceedings
(if the national association of lire de
partment engineers at Milwaukee.
Accepted and ordered placed on file.
The clerk read a petiti n for the
placing of a street lirht. Referred
to the aldermen of the" Fifth ward.
A recess of 15 minutes was taken
to examine maps preparatory to de
finitely locating street light's under
t lie new contract.
Aid. Maucker, on reassembfing of
fered resolution for the removal of
all lights on sides to the centers of
intersections, as near as possiMe.
The aldermen of the different
wards were then successively called
upon and all reported, except the al
derman of the Second ward, for the
most part continuing old locations
ami placing additional lights at var
ious points. The Second' ward took
further time to report, and the Sev
enth ward made several changes as
well as new locations. The reports
were all continued 1 y unanimous
On motion of Aid. Corken, the
A. 1. lit KsiN.i. Citv Clerk.
ii 1 1. i.si am:.
IIii.i.sdalk. Oct. 9. There will !e
iliout an average vicld of corn this
vear in this immediate vicinitv.
Wells need more rain liudlv. The
recent dow n pour did much good lut
for a short period onlv.
Our new M. E. church is assum
ing proportions that attract passers
bv and will, in all proliabilit v. be un
der roof t his week.
Our creamerv has suspended opera
tions for the present on account of
scarcitv of milk. I hev were run
ning at a loss. The plant will be
overhauled and improved with a
view to better j.er ice next vear.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Trice will
move to Hillsdale this week, and Mr.
Price will continue the weaving of
carpets. lie expects to build next
spring. He will for the present oc-
upy the second story over the
Robert Odell will move from his
present residence to the house oc
cupied by J. M. Martin who in turn
will move to Ins new home just com
pleted. William Goldsworthy. our
popular miller, will also move his
family up from Moline this week to
occupy the residence formerlv oc
cupied by John lsootzer who is now
com fort a hi y located in his new home.
Rev. 1,. 11. CofTman. pastor of
Hcthcl llaptist church, is still suffer
ing from inllammatory rheumatism,
which attacked him during his vaca
tion in July. He has only been able
to till the pulpit a few times since,
and as a consequence, the church has
been pastorless part of the time.
The R. Y. V.'Y. have carried on the
evening work part of the time, and
on four occasions we have hail ser
mons by Henry Hanson, of Rock Isl
and. Yesterday morning and again
last evening he preached verv inter
esting and instructive sermons. The
impression made by him on our peo
ple will be lasting.
The tan leather .ioe is si broad in the
land, and no i-elf rjectini:i;;!i. wom
an or chill iswithou; a pair or two.
They are worn wish that c-harminjr lack
of discrimination that is et..' of onr na
tional characteristics in masters of dress.
Their proper use is v.itli ji.;Mge or so
called outing"' costume, hut they are to
bo wen on men wearing frock iats and
rilk hats, and not Ion;? ngo I saw a chap
one evening on tbe street i 11 dress clothes,
dinner coat, etc.. of most correct Htylc.
terminating at one etui in a straw hat
and at the other in a pair of russet shoes.
I really cannot s?e how- w e ever existed
without this most comfortable and use
ful shoe. Only a few years ago and ti:e
tan leather shoe was unknown. Thus
speedily does a luxury becomo a neces
sity. IIarpoi's Bazar.
That Joyful Fee ing
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, w hich follows the use
of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to the
few who have not progressed bevond
the old-time medicines and the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered, but
never accepted by the well-informed.
The Lust Harvest Excursion.
The last harvest excursion of the
season on the C, M. & St. I. w ill
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. Tin
public will be governed accordingly.
E. 1). W. Holmes. Agt,.
When Dandy, Colonel Huling's fine
horse, died at the Pennsylvania state
camp the mastiff which had been his
compauion pined and sorrowed and hftd
to be removed from the corpse by force.
Then he transferred his affections to an
other horse, Dude.
A silken prayer book is a costly novel
ty that it has taken the looms of Lyons
three years to finish. The prayers are
not printed on the silk, but are woven in.
Try The Argus want column.
Fresh oysters at Krcll & Math's.
"Little Nugget" at the theatre to
night. Oysters served in anv stvle at Krell
& Math's. '
Oysters by the can or dish at Krell
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
For Sale Household goods, at 1020
Third avenue, for a few days. Call
between 9a m. and 4 p. m.
Y. F. Henderson 1ms sold his resi
dence property, at f3G Eighteenth
strcqth. to'l)r.K. Bradford for s?2,S00.
Td a, coffee or chocolate with a fine
dish of fresh oysters ami a few nice
fresj buns is w hat makes a rich meal,
and to get the same go to Krcll &
Mrs. Robert Rartusch. accompan
ied by her daughter Mrs. William
Lathulty and children, of Eudora,
Kan., are visiting relatives in the
Thomas Kclchcr. of Reynolds. ha
returned from the World's" fair where
lw purchased one of the finest of the
hog display oT J. X. Barker, of
Thorntown. Ind.. which took tirst
premium on Berkshire-,
her's pig will be shipped
close of the fair, and will I
Mr. K ch
ie Used for
( IM X TV I'.i lUHMi.
Oct. 7. John K. doom to W. K.
Sloan, lot s. block 5. R. Walker's
place. South Moline. st.t 10.
Henry Ingram to Julia A. Entri
kin. indefinite tract in 33, IS. lw,
John Stapp to John II. Wendt.lots
7 and S. John Stapp" s add.. Rock Isl
C. S. Hepburn to Josephine Oak
leaf, w 4il feet, e 50 feet, lot 3. block
9. Wood's Third add.. Moline, $4,000.
Lottie E. Stevens to C. W. Ander
son, lot 11. block i', Mecse & Hol
land's add., Moline. I.Ol'5.
9. Estate of James C. Bothell.
Letters of administration issued to
Elizabeth Bothell. Bond filed and
approved. A. 1). Walker, C. L. Wil
liams and :I. Ohaver appointed ap
praisers. Appraisement bill and
widow's award filed and approved.
tra You Kervous,
Are vol! all tired out. do von linvr.
that tired feeding or sick headache?
lou can he relieved of all these
symptoms by taking Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. which gives nerve, mental and
bodily strength and thoroughly puri
fies the blood. It also creates "a good
appetite, cures indigestion, heart
burn and dvspepsia.
Hood's pills are easy to take, easv
in action and sure in effect. "Jo cent's
The next and last Harvest excur
sion will be October 10th, over the
Great Rock Island route, to all points
in Kansas. Xebraska. Colorado, In
dian Territory and Texas. (Jo on
this excursion and see the new land
occupied, or select your point in
Kansas. Colorado or Texas, where
you want to buy a piece of land for
a home. Low fare for the round
trip over the Great Rock Island
route. Ask ticket agent for particu
lars. Jons Sebastian.
Gen'l Pass. Agt.
They Were Not Voting.
Foreigm Visitor Ah, you have a beau
tiful country and a noble system of gov
ernment every man a freeman and all
equal. What is that great crowd about
that hotel? Are they voting for and
against some new law?
American Citizen X-o ahem a prin
cess is stopping there. New York Week-
to go through life with '-snags" in
the mouth. Abominable not more to
the sufferer than his friends. Buy
Sozodont and cleanse the teeth which
remain, or. better still, use it now
and save your teeth. Sozodont is
il-.cs life miserable. All other
tiiirvn!.-? ro a.-i nothing in com--r.
: n. Women especially know
its pufiering, and few escape its
THE RELIEF AND CURE IS
Many people take pills, which
pipe and purge, weakening, the
body. More take Simmon3 Liver
Regulator, liquid or powder, be-,
cause more pleasant to take, doe3
n' t gripe, and is a mild laxative,
that also tone3 up the system.
The relief i3 quick. It i3 K" ature'a
own remedy, purely vegetable.
"I never found anything to do me any
pood until 1 uned Simmons Liver Regula
tor. -It has been three years since I first
used it and I have not had Sick Headache
Biuce. I sent my slater (who had from one
to two attacks of Sick Headache every
week) oue-half of a package, and she has
not had it since." C. S. Mukkis, Browua
Haa our Z Btmmp In red on wrapper.
J. H. ZKILLN CO Philadelphia. Pa.
To Early Buyers
We have received our Fall Stock of Udies
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 the country.
We are Leaders
In Fine Footwear.
Second ami Harrison sts.. Davenport.
OPEN W VEXING .
THEY ABE BARGAINS,
A car load of handsome bed room suits going
at the following prices.
Suits worth fl5 00 go at
Remember we have only one car load to dis
pose of at the above manufacturer's prices.
1525 and 1527
U 126 and 1
Our Purpose In Advertising
is to let everybody who buys clothing that's all Man
kind here about know that, our fall suitings are in, and
that the finest ever displayed in the city. You are res-p-c-fully
Invited to call and sre the latest in pattern
and styles, in fall and winter wear.
J. B. ZIMMER,
' Calf, and lav yur order
tar Block Opposite Harper Housr:
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aid Dispensing Pharmacist
Is cow located in his tew buildine at He corner of Fifth aveuue
and Twenty-third street.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Feurtn avenue. Residence 1119 Fonrth avenue.
Plans and specifications fnrnli'hed on all classes of work; also aeent for Wilier' Patent
ROCK ISLAKD ILI
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for buB or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TUXBEBLAKE ft SPENCEB, Props.
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