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THE ARGUS." SATURDAY, JANUARY tt. 1B34.
thousand dollars v ;
worth of Books, Sta
tionery, Wall Paper,.Pic
ture Frames, Holiday Goods,
Toys, Games, Pocket Books,
Gold Pens, etc., to be sold at a
great sacrifice in order to ef
fect a speedy removal of our
stock by our customers. We
have determined on discount
ing our present low prices all
the way from 20 to 50 per cent.
Come and see us and be con
vinced. Our store is full of beautiful goods, selected
with great care, for this seasons trade. No
finer stock can be found in the state suitable
for Christmas and New Year's gifts for young
or old, rich or poor, than can be obtained from
Mr. Ccorge Kohrsan Has Been
Resident of Davenport.
a Statement of Vital In
terest to Yon.
How Sufferers From Catarrh in Ita
! Most Severe Stages Find Ksk
" V lief anil Curls. v -'
I have-lived here 20 years," aid
Mr. Uoorjre Kohrsan, who is rnayil
in teaming and transfer business at
No. 1230 West Sixth street.
I was for many years a sufferer
from catarrh, and am now troubled
with it no more. '
Many persons have asked ra
ahout bit case, and to all I have the
R. CRAMPTON & CO.;
1725 Seoul Avenue, R?ck Isini.
Ykwtcanla nim aa ImfmrMt at
Wines and Liquors.
Clear Store and Billiard Parlor.
AlararaaahaadUM ftat wranda of nH
Sa4 imxmttrt ckra's. All Kraal, rf Me
TIM stara f an UM Ml aana wl'l be fatal
L. OLOOKHOFF, Prop.,
ta Sacand ni,
A LAVltt lUJJitiT
without aa ideal
Combines every clement of
bcanty and parity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, hcalinglvtalth
hit, and harmless, and when
rightly used is invisible. A most
delicate and desirable protection
to the face in this climate.
Lye and Ear Specialist
ami role pfnrrWw of the .'arkmnTllle Eye
at d KM Inlirmurj, will virlt
- AT TBI
January 16, 17, and .19.
From a at to a p ai. ami maka
b- a ana h.
MR. GKOIUiE KOHUSAN
'Tlic skillful, scientihc trcatnu-nt
of Drs. Stackhotisc and Daniel has
wrought this rcniarkalilc than 20.
formerly had frequent dizzy Mells,
nit there is no recurrence of them
My hearing had lioconic extremc-
Iv difficult and there was much rins-
injr in the ears. These symptoms I
have no more
1 formeilv never felt rested after
a nilil t sleep. 1 now rise rcfresh-
ed and vigorous. For several years
1 hal a severe cotiirli in the winter
time. This winter I am free from it.
In brief all these symptoms of the
disease have disapticarcd. The ordi
nary lanmv doctors ilul not and
con lil not effect such results. Drs.
Stackhotisc and Daniel can and did."
5 a US on th.
For tiralmrn, aicdirlui k and w:vicc in all
cm . of c tiarrh or k'ndrrd ailracn'r. at the Stack
hon e M.dirml irs'ltiita tlure i no fee rhargtd
lncxccMt.f FIVE UOI.LARS A MONTH At
tbia lnw ra'r ! aiipplicd eTerjlh'nj BicesHiry to
effrctat orongh enre
S'ackhouse Medical Institute,
URBIXE STACKUOUSE, M. D,
JOSEPH A. DANIEL, M. D.
Riwaa 1? ami IK.
(Ftrat Floor. Take lb Elevator .1
I. W. rorasr of B.ar ate Thus ttrasts.
The anrrxwafnl and nrrjuinontly catabtiahrd
spcclalnHa la tbo tmunotit of Catarrh. Asthma,
Divcasc of the Cvc Ear. Nimc, Throat and
Lan, Wcrvnu Dl oa. Blood and SUin I)is
ni; Chronic Diwaw..
Office 11 our a. m. tu IS m , t to I sod 7 ta
o. m. ; San U. S o ft p. m. only.
Irrmra iy tnc fririre.
Kot long ago the Prince of Wales was
one of a honse p.irry, his host being a
well knovm iK-rr. After tlinncr tlio roy
al jruest, the host and the other tnalo vis
itors T pnlred to the lallinrd room. On a
talile at the side were two or three buses
of -ipaif. and thi' prince was helping
himself to one, when nn ambitious mil
Iionaire approached him, and taking
from bis pocket a cipir rase held it out
to the prince, saying. ' I think, sir, yon
Will filid these better.
"Air. ," replied the prince, "if
a man' diuner is good enough for me,
his rigars are good enough fur me.
The millionaire, was unexpectedly
called awny to town next morning on
business. Detroit Free Pn-ss.
Jan. 4. Charles H. Deere to E. B.
Schrader, lots 6 and 6, block 12, Mo-
inc Water Power company's add..
E. B. Schrader to K. . Atkinson,
part lot 5, llck IS, Moline. Water
'ower company's add., Moline, f90u.
A. J. Strandberg 10 Aioert Mrami-
berjr, lot 8, block 1, Maria Edwards
add., Moline, f 1,500. .
Barth ft Babcock to John Konoskv,
lot 12 and part lot IS, block S, Barth
Babrock's add.. Rock Island, 9t)J.
William Knost to Elizabeth Beck,
lot 4, block 69, Chicago or lower
add.. Bock Ilaml, f5J0. ,
E. Id. (invcr, et al to John Gute-
unst, lot 11, block S, Oliver's second
add.. Rock Island, $53:1.
Alice A. Rounds to K. II. Guver,
lots 2, S and 4, block -11, Moline
Phoebe Holdsworth to Ludw-ick
Hints, tract by metes and bounds.
25, 17, lw, $500.
Jan. 5. In re-application for the
npoinlmcnt of a conservator for
Charles Peal, alleged to be a spend-
linft. Jury impannelcil ami sworn.
arins and verdict thataid Charles
Peal by reason' of excessive drinking
so spends, wastes and lessens his es
tate as to expose himseii 10 want.
and that a conservator lie appointed
h.stale of Martin Connell. rroof of
publication and twisting tiled. Claims
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Estate of Jacob F. Gilt. Bond of
Charles II. Brandenburg as executor
tiled and approved. Letters testa
mentary issued to him.
Ir I'nUrr a, trralrd rer Vn rotlrata la
ftivkrord and rrrrnin and tm r tin In aad ahoat
iMleba. t'n aali.ii.Hi frf- on Rr trin.
lie win rtnliikicalKUse or hUl INT EYES la
mmx CATARACT 'n two aiinntr.
Itrrrrlnnc or tlm nwf the jc.-orr ralnate.
ItarrilM two mln.i. n.
Tuinlmr rn wr out ai lid and w.ld haira. etc
r arrow quklr.
srfiini; m irnrrmsi ir.ri inirr, mu,ln aa
ovrranw " tear, permanently mrvd.
rn'tm Tnawm in noc or rui rva:o-ed In two
tx-ninrnr tar Eanm-litun Taiw leading froai
thmwl tnr.r in tw aim.l-.
Urmcvias Toa.il. aad t llp1"'8 Dmu, occ
Rvery nne m twraaaea nprratintr I m rfnrat.
rarr;4 mtaract, aad atlcnU c a go home wiJi
outdaivr. :ATHACT.PTr"I"TOI?"B (nr tltn orrr the
.trhii. ieiiM- of I'orara, Min-w-Mi weak,
a.urjt ryvr, rninala ed lid., rhmnlr red nn
ryr , whI hair..rananm or tarbini; in .f mm.
IM..)'raanl lartinmal linri (trr dart), la.
m.. trf . yr. r'lri.Oo. of rrm kail. AI! jr
kli al dl-r.- nt ihr tnr and it. nwr..
At'UTK AND CIlKi'MO MASAI. CATARRH
ra all It. tntwn r.rrd arnn.iwi.tlT. Ouuaa.
aiiria.. taaMin. aawkiajc ami wlillnff. rnlarwed
wia. lo. of voter, sraaulalrd aore ikmat.
T3aTmS-T cn crr an per erat of theae
nr caa tell in e aiknaie U carabta. 1
. ,n. m.fi. cmt. ta fine taeaiaMat.
M.S In KAKs I ran enre in ct.tt ewe.
IM'IIACCIU KAHK I eanrnrr in rvrnreaw
r)H(MlIIIS U LLNU TUUCULb cared
roai catarrh caa Be careo.
000. .O. .O. .O. .O. .0. .O. .0. .0 .OOO
Imranll rvajore and forveer dMtror. aw"
e Jeeihasalile ha r.wk.laer a poo ike henna,
late. ami. wr area, writ heal dLcalnraihai
wr aanrylolawawatdelicale.ktn. It Was O
r.ia rirrv T.ao. rae aacatr maarLa oa '.
N.a are witea. ackawwlmiwrd kf aftjn- e
6 riwaa aa the harkwrt autauri'r aad ika
;awaWeailaawtd.raiaoloKlet aad halt apg-hv a
O IkHlheleeerlreed. Uartwirhl.Brhrateprae. .
'llcawf alireiBKaammtaeanhmr aadar
e htenracjr of Satnao ha ateaeribad Ikw ra
ctpe. Hnef. f I wf BM4I. arearehr partial
t witr at'aofac etmSeatla'. Snl. tmu e
fa? Amarica. Add are. TUB aKOUKCM I
NtHTT MAIN ROW a. Uept. K..C7 Q
g Swath Mh aveaac, XeW Tark. g
eOO O'O 9"V"V"U"WO"WO
Kanrlay ftervtera. I
At Trinity ehapel. Rev. R. F.
SweuU rector, even song and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. 111.
At Trinity church, Rev. R. F.
Sweet, S. T. D., rector, Sunday
school at 9:15 a.m. Matins, sermon
and celebration at 10:45 a. ni. Even
sons and sermon at 7:30 p. in.
At the First Methodist, Miss
Ella L. Judge will preach at
10:45 a. m. Subject, De;onesse
Work." No evening services. 'Sun
day school at 9:30 a. ru. Young poo
dle's meeting at 6:30 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian, preach-
inj by the pastor. Rev. II. C. Mar
tial! at 10:45 a. m. Subject,
Pentecostal Power." Sunday school
it 9:30 a. in. Young people's
meeting at C:30 p. in. o evening
At the Central Presbyterian, preach
ing at 10:30 n the morning bv the
pastor. Rev. John II. Kerr. Morn-i
ing subject, "Christ, Onr Sympa
thising High Priest." Snudav school
at 11:45 a.m. The union overflow
temperance meeting will be address
ed by Dr. Tracy at 7 p. m.
At the Christian church, preach
ing by the pastor. Rev. T. W.Graf-
tou, at 10:4o a. m. Subject, W ater
Made Wine." Xo service in the eve
ning. The church will observe the
week of. prayer by services every
evening, in which the pastor will be
assisted by the Christian Endeavor
society. Sunday school at 9:lo a. m.
Y. T. S. C. E. at 6:S0 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor, will
conduct services at 10:45 a. tu.
Preach ins followed by the public re
ception of new members, and the
Sacrament 01 tbe ix.rci s :uppcr. yo
evening service, except Young Peo
ple s meeting, which will be held at
6 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:10 a.
m. South Park school at 2:30 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching at
10:45 a. m. by the pastor. Rev. C. E
Taylor, Ph. D. Sunday school at 9:15
a. m., C. W. Williams, superinten
dent. It. Y. P. U. meeting. at 6 p.
m. Leader, Clarence Spaulding,
topic, Beginning With Josus." No
preaching in the evening on account
of union temperance meeting. Sun
day school at the Forty-fourth street
chapel at 3 p.m., F. M. Sinnet,
superintendent. Gospel service in
the chapel at 7:30 p. m.
Grewa GoodU Mew.
The preen goods man's circular is
again in the land. He sends out the
old, time-honored newspaper clip
ping concerning plates upon which
treasury notes nave been - printed.
and which have been lost. With it
there is a long letter marked confi
dential, in which he states that he
has a very superior article of the
k'nd in sizes from one to twenty,
which he defies any bank clerk or ex
pert to detect. He figures the profit
to be made at from 10 to 1,200 tier
cent, lne prices he quotes are:
Five hundred dollars buys $7,000 of
my goods; $659 buys $10,000:. $1,000
bavs $20,000; $1,500 buys $35,000,
and $2,000 huts $50,000.
The intended victim is told that to
transact the business successfully he
will have-to so and meet the sender
nf the circular as that is the only
way he will do business on the first
deal. Then the entire stock will be
shown him and he may make selec
tions, bnt there is no use of his com
ing unless he has $500. No . letters
must be sent only, telegram.' A
slip is enclosed showing ilia form of
telejrram to be sent. In one of the
letters received here, this slip reads:
H.1 not tinner any; circumstances
sign yonf own name to the telegram
yon send; simply sign Charles Hoff
man, and be sure to write t lie tele
gram exactly as follows, or I will not
know who it is from:
Address. William II. Gilsey, S07
West One Hundred and Thirty-Fifth
street, New York City, N. Y. Tele
gram, Send White Portfolio. No. 399.
Be sure to put the word White
I ortiolio and number as aiiovc on
the telegram when you send it. Send
your telegram from some office
where you are not known, and if pos
silile send all messages bv the West
ern Union Telegraph company.
Strange as it may seem there are
tin pes who will bite at this bait thrown
out. Every once in a while an ac
count is printed of some one who has
parted with his pile for the beneht
of this fraud. Yet the operators are
very hard to catch in their business.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
T V .-V.
:lTfa polioa it not dfiven ont of the eyetem by
m ni'r violent p jlson at the expense of tbe general
The treatement builds up from the sttrs and
the habit vanishes quietly and easily, leaving the
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all grduatesis that a marve
lous renewal has taken place.
Institutes in all parts of the United States.
Literature on the 'subject sent on application.
M011UELL LIQUOR CURB CO.
Homo Office; BUFORD BLOCK. Rock Island, UL
For This Week Only.
There is a cnrionn utorv of how the
Dnke d'Aosic, wht 11 king of Spain, told
11 muleteer to whom ho was talking to
cover himself, the tnn litrng hot, for
getting that by so doing bo made him a
graudee. Marshal l'rini, to iirevcnt this
catastrophe,' linockefl the man's hat ont
of his baud, and according to some the
mnleteer had solcfthing to do with the
assassination that followed a few days 1
afterward. London Spectator.
Ladies' Fine Dongola Button
Welt Shoes, cloth and leather
top, patent leather tip, narrow
square and picadilly lasts.
For This Week only.
Muced to $3.00.
f can hijrhlv recommend Dr.
Hull's Cotiffh Svrnp for croup. - 1
have used it for several years and
lind it the lest remedy ever tried.
Mrs. Hannah Morrison, Burlington,
The usual treatment of catarrh is
very unsatisfactory, as many can
testify. - Proper local treatment is
positively necessary to succes. but
many, if not most of the remedies in
etieral use afford but temporary re
lief. A cure certainly cannot be ex
pected from snuffs,. powders, douchas
and washes. fciy's cream isaim
which is so highly commended, is a
remedy which combines the impor
tant requisites of quick action.
specific curative power, with perfect
safety and pleasantness to the pa
tient. The drn;r;iists all sell it.
Cor. Second and Harrison Sts.
Domestic Sirl tings
TThea E ibjr was rick, tra saw ui - ixtnrla.
L Whoo Ac waa a OflJ, cried for Cs.aria
Tfhca abe bocamc MLw. die citing to Cawnria.
TPeD she Lad Oikliea, alie gavetlietn Castor
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied by
II. D. Folsom.
And Most Stylish
The Young America
Pfwaimaeca Bapiait. Tat favaa.
From a letter written bv Mrs. Ada
F Ilurd. of (iroton. S. 1., we tiote
Was taken with a bad colli, whic
settled on my limps, t'otijjh set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors rave me up, say.
inr I could live but a short time. I
rave mvself up to mv Saviour, deter
mined if I eouiii not siay wnu my
friends nn earth, I would meet my
absent tines above. My husband was
advised to cet Dr. King's New Di
cover for Consumption, Coughs an
Colds. 1 irave it a iriai. iook in an
-iirli t bottles: it has cured me, and
thank Uod I am now a well and
hearty woman. Trial lot ties free at
Hartz Kahnscn's drug store, regu
lar size, blk: and 1.
Good IM.ks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver le inactive, you have a bilious
I Nik, If your stomach lie disordered,
you have a dyspeptic look, and if
your kidneys be affected you have a
pinched !k. Secure gottd health
and yon will have good looks. Elec
tric It! tiers is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples,
blotches, ladls and gives a ginwl com
plexion. Sold at Harts ft Bahnscn's
drug store, 60c per bottle
BUCKLIcaS A KMC A 8ALVC
The best salve in the world for eats,
brnises, sores, ulcers salt rbenm
Fever sores, tetter, chapped bands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin crop,
tions, and positively cores piles or
no pay require. . It is guaranteed
to jrire perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
lot sale by Harts Ullemeyer
Children Cry for
And All-Night Lunch Counter.
210 Seventeenth St.
The oaen aawtwer
Has found that her little ones arc
improved more by the pleasant laxa
tive. Syrup of Figs, when in need of
the laxative effect of a gentle remedy
than any other, and that is more ac
ceptable to them. Children enjoy it
and it benefits them. The true rem
edy. Syrup of Figs, is manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup company
Troposals will lie received by the
mayor and chairman of the lire and
light committee of the city of Kock
Island, 111., until Jan. 25, 18114, at 5
o'clock p. m., for supplies needed in
the extension of the tare department
of said city, viz:
Two two-horse hose wagons, with
full line of equipments, including
one 30-foot extension and one 14-foot
single ladder. . Each wagon to weigh
not more than 2.100 pounds, and to
be so constructed as to carry two lire
extinguishers. Workmanship and
material to lie guaranteed. ,
Two double sets of tire department
swinging harness, with Noe's patent
hane and hangers for harness. One
set of single harness. One single
buck-board wagon for lire chief.
Three horses suitable for lire de
The city has the right to reject
any and all bids.
T. J. Mepill, Jr., Mayor.
Chairman of Fire and Light Com
mittee. Kock Wand, HI., Doc. 29, 1893.
A man at Stamford, N. Y., has the
watch Major Andre offered as a ransom
to his captors. He has documents to
rove that it is genuine."
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
OMk? resi Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop tbe cough i
ChUdrer Cry for
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Hoi' y Hose House.
Rasiience. 410 Seventh street.
A DIVIDEND PAYER!
The Gold Dollar Mining Co.,
(tr CKin-LE CKKEK, COL.
Orcvnrrit ani. r law of Colorado. Capital
Stock, TiiO.tMl i-btrea. r vvlna f 1 cacti
I n i t. I-A ti mn KON-ASSF.SSARI.K.
150,000 SHAUES IK TKKASl KY.
The miae i kmtrd ia the rkhett pnrti-'n nt
th:cl wraicd t)d producire dltt.ct or Cripple
clw-.W(MKfivneri i ni pi rmvw l"t" i.
Work W canieiAn day and i tphi. aad Mh
grad-or is heinr takraant la itvfr quinii Ira
(B Jaaaary, HSI.tlic Cnaiianv will Iwigtn ay
ln; rvgalar UKiatblf dividpail at the rata of
21 Per Cent Per Annum on the
II. H. OFFICEK, Sec. and Trcas.
A limited aainant ot tlic akarc arc aow oarcd
i in mn v T twarc Sk. I'rnanectua aad
CTprrts' rcwrt ai) be obtains Iroia the baaa
i.ig Loaac of
II. R. LOUNSBERY.
67 Broadway, New York. '
tmmm n mm ui asm
a pb Tut (Srnrer r Tttrai.
Tbe Ckristy "Ornraa" at Cbrla. MTarsav '
i'rouricl.ro( of tbe Uimdt atrwai
0 S IS JHL
ft titer fs a rr turn
i itfc arc-a swat.
Otiiaucia ami lea nwe. m. . a "fc. Jk
CwtMSVaaaataawk MaCaMawaa O
0 taav VtmntsivrtfTafiSL
a ajsatiiiiiiMltfMiiiiiiriT asll wa tea
U bnfncaMtn. aad UalliiiPraaiof at
Ad kloda of Cat Fluwrra cotwtaitt; oa baU
wrveallooaea Flowur Store ' '"
(ae Waefc from Ucatral aark. U latecrt la. Iowa' - an Brady atracL DaawBn. ta
. THE NEW
City 'Bua and Express Line.
TelepboM Bock Ulatul or Harper Hotels for 'but or exprw
wairoB and yon will receive prompt attentioa.
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Iim Mantxmi. N.cbtlr Fmlnini:, Ji.r"UM..F.allririan4 lnjof fowwa
In i irnf.raiivr ir-.'nir ,elthT re irpr4 tT rnl'm.ywarwlcrrara,
er!c t-iaaoco.nolarxoriiamiafite1 wiiii airtad ' IhSranrr.tjaa
Miiui.iloaorlnranii. can br"Tt.i(n n p.w-u iwui.i.w
WriEllBfwoild. WMh a -tcgim a wrrttaraMrwBwwra
1ciCaaa4JbflltUSniC--wuar. iddrcuSKRVK aFi:w;- . 1h-c lemHe. Cbuauo U,
For sals ia Kock Island t-7 llartx ft Ullmcyer dioist 301 13th st -