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Rock Island Daily Argus.
VOL. XXXVI. NO: 287. ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1888, PRICE FIVE CENTS. mom ranges -AND- K RIVERSIDE OAKS, all sizes, ,L St D 9, all sizes, for Hard Coal. -A fine line-of- Soft Goal base Heaters. "WOOD STOVES, all sies and patterns, fciThe best stock to select from in the city, at DAVID DON'S, 1617 Second Ave. P. 0. HOPPE, THE TAILOR, No. iSoS Second Ave., ROCK ISLAND. DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steal Fitters. A complete flock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Eta Q uresis' s Block, Moline.Ill. Dcane Steam Pumps, Sight Feed Lubricators. We pimlM every m perfect, end will tend. Cape, twenty 4..-S' trial, to responsible parties. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac tors for forniiihiDg and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 FraaT Av., Bock Island, Illinois. TeloDhoae 1I4S. BeeldenceleleDkene 1W TEE KOLIKS WAGCK. SUDDEN DEATH. ONE OF THE SAD RESULTS OF OUR "GO-AHEADATIVENESS." ME DULCiS SATURET QUIES. CONSTIPATION Is called the "Father of T-Nt!e," because ;h-re Is on medium throuirh wMch dioeune eo often Hitackn the system a by the ahporpti.in of MtiHin'iit Kawm mine rerenuon oi uec yea urn (.-iTetf nm'ter iu the ftoiimch and howWs. It ii eaiiped by s To. p;d 1-ivtT, imt (tm'Uiih bile Win excntwl from tht blood to jinwiuct Nnture'- own cntu'irtk", and is generally acofuitnied with mcli Loss cf Appetite, Sick Heaiaclie, Bad Breath, Etc. T-ie tn uTinent of Cniiti, at ion lines cot C-m-iHt mere! in ntiionimu the howei The medicine in-: not only art a a ptirvaiivt!. but be n tonic as and i;ot produce, aft- r itf ti-e jireatt-r cop- tivein'-n. To secure a r't!nl'r bntut of lnvd? with out chaining the diet or disorumzum the sys tem My ofteution. after ntTerii-c w'th Constina- tion for two or three vearn. was called t i Sim mom I ver Heeulator. and havii.tr tried almost everything Ne, cortc;iided to trv it I flrt took a wineims-nH ami arte warn redncetl trie flo to a teatiooi,fni, n rer directions, after each meai 1 found rha' it had none tne much good that 1 continued it until I took two houlee: since it in mv h'ne ftruV woi'ifd n'nYVo wifliofit n,'Tflfl have no nue f'r ii, it ha.int; cured me." -teo. Sims, A ct Clerk Superior court. Bibb Co , Ga. TAKB ONLY 1HE UENCIKB, which ha? on the wrapper the red K tradenark k'nattue of J. H. ZEILIN&CO. and c The MoEine Wagon Co. XkOXjX3NrB3, IXjXj. J. A. GENUNG, The Grocer CAN SKI.L TOL" AS CHEAP as anv cror-er in the city. His ... stock is always FRESH B Burs Santa Claus Snap 25 cent. 22 Bars Warwick & Kulston'a Deler- sivp Soap $1 .(H). Pure Santo ;nlr.p nz lift pound. Arbuckles' XXX X and Lion Oolite 20 cen(8 twr pound. Good Kin Uonve IS ci'iits per pound. Ooiong Tea 51) cents rr ponud, GunpowdTTea So cents per pound. Tea Dust 20 cenla per pound. Fresh Vegetables and Fruits always on band in season. Cor. Eighth St. and Tbird Ave., ROCK ISLAND. Manufacturers of Farm; Sprine and Freight Wagons, A fall and esrop eta Tim of PLATFORM wad other Botinf Wagons, erpecUHy adapted ts ts wetm trade, ef inperior wo kruannUp Sad asiafc. lUaalraUd price Hat free om apslicatJon, Bet ne ModM WacoB before purduatnf . GRATES, Tile Hearths, Tile Facings, In greet variety at JOHN T. NOFTSKERS, Cor. Twentieth Street and Third Ave., Rouk Island. THE AEMSTEONG 1. 1 GENTLEMEN'S GARTERS Made "Witliout Kubber. FIRE, LIIEAiv'i) ACCIDEN1 IM ITTRAICCE. J, E. Loosley & Co., GKN KRAU Insunjice Agents 9LonmpnimiUyadiutednd pall at thir agency. (Succeaaor of Hayes & Cleaveland.) Aaency eeubllahed 1B68. Office in BenRston'a Block BAKERS r..a, i I B .11 Warranted ttbaolutely purr Coroa, from which tbeexceaaof Oil ban been removed. H has (Arm timet the strength of Cocoa mixed wltb Starch, Arrowroot or 'ftifrar. and to therefore far more economi cal, coating test than one cent a cup. It delicious, noorantng, etrerurthentng, emaiiy dtgeetea, ana admirably adapted for invalid a well aa for perwons to beano. 8M by 6roceri eve ryw hero. I BAKER I CO.. Dorttcsler, Kass, Amerieajia, aa m Claaa, Live Too Feat, to live Ixmg -Tlio Strong Mao'a Omit Mis takeThe Old Oonrmand at the Cafe Apoplexy. The Bible speaks of three score years and ten as the age to which man may reasonably look forward. It seens as if at least seventy equable, contented and happy years full of such comfort and gratification as the mem bers of each class in the community have severally a right to expect should and might be within the reach of every man and woman. In some countries, however, we rind this to be much more nearly the caste than with us. Americans, as a rule, live too fast to live long. Every person is orieinally en dowed with about so large a stock of vitality. out ot wtuch to fashion his life. It amounts to nothing more nor loss than the simplest of problems in arithmetic to show that if he draws upon this stock twice as heavily as he should the duration of his existence will only be one-half of what it w originally intended to be. Indeed, the mat ter stands much worse than this; his life is likely to be at any moment suddenly cut oil short long before reaching even the half. A steam eugine may use up its fuel in two weeks or one, according to the rate at which it is driven; if it is sufficiently overworked the result may be a general "smash." or such an injury as will necessitate a long and tedious "stopping for repairs," if, indeed, it ever becomes "as good as new." We hardly seem ready to recognize the bounds estab lished by nature, but when we have reached them, in our greed and ambition, we summon our wiil, aod, as the expression runs, "live upon our nerve," congratulating ourselves on our praiseworthy display of "American go- aheadativenetH." Unfortunately nature has not yet become sufficiently progressive in her ideas to manufacture constitutions expressly for tlie American market, and in the midit of our triumphant tour de force, click, some thing snaps, and we vanish from the stage or break down for years, perhaps for life. In every community such "breakdowns' may le pointed out on every side, and many, even of our most "successful" men, freely confess they have paid too high a price for their prosperity. The prizes of existence are so great with us, and seem to be so within the grasp of all, that practically all set out to win them. Each is unflagging and merci less to himself iu his grim resolve to obtain that for which he is striving. He works day and night, incluuiug holidays, and not intro quently Sundays; ho refuses to take time to eat his meals proper! v, and in such a sense less luxury as a vacation he never dreams of indulging; amusement he regards as frivo lous, and as attracting too much valuable time from the prosecution of the all absorb ing project. Every waking mmute he keeps his bram grinding away over wavs and means, and not improbably the hours which sensible man would devote to sleep he un naturally curtails for the same purpose. The social competition runs equally high with that of business. Of course, in the path way he treads he jostles and is jostled by competitors, and in a nature so tense and set in so great an endeavor as is his, the constant and wearing, though almost un perceived, play of the emotions as envy, jealousy, hatred, disappointment, etc. is very great. Occasionally, at some "close shave," or some crisis of failure or success, he experiences a culminating spasm of feeling that shakes him to bis very center. Perhaps not satisfied with this existence of abnormal and unhy gienic physical habits and unuaturai mental and emotional strain, once in a while, when the "racket" becomes too mtersitiJj LWijoWiiCshould do, 'with a change of scene, a quiet, wholesome life, amusement and rest, but by plunging into a period of dissrpation for the purpose of drowning his worries and cares. But, ruinous at any time, the effect upon his overworked nerves and distracted constitution of such a course must naturally be greatly intensified, lie could scarcely take a nioro suicidal step. Died suddenly." How few realize with what startling freqnency in this country that report goes out. The strong man foolishly fancies he is practically inaccessible to ail meut und deal h, and so pushes on in his ex aggerated expenditure of energy until too late insulted nature bestows upon him the logical punishment be has so persistentlv courted. "We do fade as the leaf is the delusion wo fondly hug, while we think Of death as afar off. Yet every day, simply from faults of lus own committing, many an unfortunate is hurried into the presence of his Maker without an instant's warning. Of the twenty-live deaths reported by a New i ork contemporary one day last weak nine were sudden. iSome of us may wish that such may be our fate that we die "in the harness " but to many such a thought is ter rorizing; they pray that to them the end come slowly that they may "ripeu for the grave." What are the causes of sudden death as by a stroke of lightning? Tbey are not many when only the so called natural acci dents are considered. Death on the instant may result from apoplexy, or bursting of an aneurism within tne chest or abdomen; may be caused by the bursting of an abscess within the chest. Great mental shock as from extreme anger or grief or even joy sometimes kills instantly through total paralysis ot the chief nerve centers. Cases of sudden death from hemorrhages of the luners are on record, but they are few number. Diswises of the heart render the subject liable to instant death, and they are the most frequent causes. As we grow old we should avoid those in fluences which are likely to induce sudden and great rush of blood to the head, such intense mental excitement as in public speaking or in a fit of anger violent muscu lar effort, gluttony and drunkenness, eta While one dines at popular cafes be has but to look about him aid he is quite sure to see habits indulged provocative of apoplexy. A familiar sight is the man about UO years old whose highest, pleasure is in tickling his pal ate. He is overweight by fully fifty pounds; his face is red and shining; he is full to burst ing, and he looks as though every important button on bis clothing was threatened. One on a warm day gives such a man as "wide a berth" as he would a cookstove; be is alto gether too hot to sit near. He commences bis dinner witn an appetizer eenerauy a cocktail. Then he deliberately "fills up," largely on meat and other "hearty'1 foods, all of which are washed down with one at least, and generally two bottles of lager beer. As he eats and drinks with one nana, ne rarrs himself vigorously with the other, all ttw time growing redder and redder, and finally, when he hoists himself out of his chair, his face takes a nurnlish hue in consequence of even that slight effort He is like a violin when in tone; every part ot his system is keyed up, and something is sure to break if the unusual oappens. Let such a man, soon after din 104, become violently enraged or shocked by some unexpected calamity, ana the chances arc an attack of apoplexy is the consequence, Boston Herald. Let me be quiet, let me lie Stretched at my ease, While lazily the clouds go by Above the trees; Where apple blossom flutters down At eve and morn. In orchard slope a-oear a town Long left forlorn; Or idly watch, within a moat, Th sleeping lily bods afloat: Or, (rratinp post the reeds, drift slow A crumbling castle wall below. Let me be quiet; let me lie; Rtretched at my ease. While lazily the clouds go by Montr theses; And gleam and shadow set the ships In gloom and light, Anti like a dream the sea bird dips From mum till night; And ripples swirl aloug the land. And perish in the amber sand; While o'er their unwrit doom the breeze Charts dirges in the tw marines. Thomas Ashe in Detroit Free Press. The Fool's Kimble Sixpences. Some clever rascal in London advertised that he would, on receipt of sixpence in stamps, return to the sender one shilling. The advertisement was published promi nently enough to attract considerable atten tion, and it naturally excited remark. To most persons it seemed a very tiausjiarent humbug, too silly to be called a fraud, but there were a few curious individuals who de termined to see whether the advertiser was a crank or whether he had some game, so they sent on their sixpences. By return mail each one received the shilling. A few days after the same advertisement appeared again in several of the newspapers, and everybody who had tried it before told all of his friends about it. The result was tliat several hun dred sixpences were received, and next day as many shillings went back. The third time the advertisement appeared the mail received by the clever sharper was simply enormous. Letters came from all parts of the kingdom and from all sorts of of people, high and low, rich and poor. The rogue pocketed several thousands of pounds, and, curiously enough. neglected to make any returns. The Argonaut. Refugee for the Fallen. Xew York has no less than ten reforma tories for the rescue and help of fallen wo men, rhuanthropv is in the asceudancv, for fifty years ago the poor outcast was com pelled to seek a temporary shelter in the de grading atmosphere of the almshouse, or end her isolation and miserv bv destroying her self. But in this beneficent age ceneroun hearts and wise heads have laid a foundation for the solution of a very difficult and ancient problem, i nereis an air iif mvsten gathered around the various Magdalen houses in this city. 1 he matrou'iof these institutions are shrewd and discerning t-lass of women who seem born to till some mysterious and pre carious position in the world. They can tell at a single giance "who is who" and "what is what.' r or the good uf their cause few of them are willing to mate anything that transpires behind the sceues. The inmates who reaily reform generally go out west somewhere. Their histories are as safe in the hands of the good matrons us they e-juld be tbey were not known to a human being. ew 1 ora iTess. A EUmarkabu Latter. ' Nothing is more interesting than a let ter. Few people like to write them, but everybody wants to read them. Here is a truly remarkable letter: I have been troubled with rheumatism for two years; bad gotten so I could scarcely walk, and was in pain nearly all of the time. At night 1 could not sleep for the excruciating pain. The bone in ona o my legs was very much enlarged, ana l reared amputation would be neces sary. After trying many different patent medicines claiming to cure rheumatism and other complaints, I was almost dis couraged until about two weeks ago, when I had to give up business. Mr. W. J. Wiliingham, of your city, hearing of my complaint, advised the use of your medi cine and assured me of bis confidence in it as a cure for rheumatism. I at once purchased a bottle, hoping it might pos sibly relieve me. but not having much faith in it or anything else; but. thank God, I am very much relieved, and I firmly believe I will get entirely well The swelling has gone down and I am in no pain whatever. Am at work again, and have been for several days. Can run up and down the stairway in factory as nimbly as ever. X thank you for this earthly salvation to me. I write without vour solicitation, or y knowledge of you, except through your medicine. I write because I feel grateful for what has been done for me. I am yours, very truly, W. A. Moore, foreman tor VYilIingbam Lumber Co., Chattanooga. Tenn. ii any one fcuouia doubt as to my be ing cured, or aB to my statements, I refer tnem to the urm l am witb.and have been Uh for many years, or Mr. Philip loung, Chattanooga; Mr. Hamilton. foreman of carpentry with W. L. & Co, Chattanooga; Dr. Acre, of Chattanooga Mr. Hugh Whitesides, Chattanooga; Mr. Phil H an man. sbirping clerk for W. L Co ; F. B. Cheek, Chattanooga; Mrs Cooper, Chattanooga, and one hundred others in factory and city. Send for our book of wonders, free to all. It treats or all blood disorders. Ad rees, Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. S500 Reward. We will dsv the above reward for any case of liver complaint dyspepsia, sick headache, indigestion, constipation or costiveness we cannot cure with West ' Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes containing 80 sugar coated pills, 25c. For sale by all druggists. Beware of counterfeits and imitations. The genuine manufactured only by John C. West & Co., 862 W. Madison St. Chicago, 111. Coal Mining by Machmery. It will ouly bo a matter of a few roars when hand mining of coal will only be fol lowed m the proportion that sevthes are run opposition to reapers. Heretofore the great cost of the complicated machine used 'or mining coal has retarded the develop ment of machine mining. There are seventy pieces or more m the older machines. A St Louis inventor has come to the front with a coal drill, to be operated with compressed operation in several southern Illinois mines. Mr. C. P. Chouteau, who is a great hand to encourage Inventive genius, has defraved the DXpense of the experiments for febree years. It is almost sure to revolutionize the mining of coal. It will not throw miners out of employment, as the experience in ma chine mines thus far has shown increased and steadier employment. Edward Devoy in Globe-Democrat. An Experiment in Evolution. A striking illustration of the influence of environment on animal forms may be quit easily produced, according to Dr. Winslow Anderson. If the embryo of the land sala mander be taken froin the egg and kept in water of moderate temperature, abundantly supplied with oxygen, and amply fed with smail water animals, the organism is remark ably chanced even in a single generation. The embryonic lungs remain undeveloped and gills grow instead, a rudder tail and even fans are gradually developed ror me new function of swimming, and the unnecessary feet and legs liecome mere rudimentary ap pendages. Arkansaw Traveler. 1 of A Toilet Novelty. A novelty in toilet apparatus is a bottle ammonia, perfume or lotion connected by rubber tube with a tiny atomizer. The spray. which is thrown by means of a rubber bulb. is too fine and mist like to injure t ho eves if touches them, and the person using it is thus enabled to reach every part of her face with out half the trouble attendant upon tbe old way of carefully washing and drying the face by hand. Chicago JNews. Deer are fast being exterminated in the mountains of Oregon, and the legislature! will be asked to adopt measures for their preservation. Doctors Bills. Nearly all diseases original from in action of the liver, and this is especially the case with chills and fever, intermit tent fevers and malarial diseases. To save doctors' bills and ward disease, take Simmons' Liver regulator, a medicine that increases in popularity each year, and has become the most popular and best endorsed medicine in tbe market for the cure of liver or bowel disease. Telegraph", Dubuque. Iowa. The amount of loss to creditors in Eng land and Wales through bankruptcy last year was 7,114.905. Sir John Lubbock, speaking of bees bx fore the British association, said that there "seems strong evidence that the mother can control the sex of the egg Abiamy Stupid 1 o allow prejudice or ignorance to gel tbe better of good judgment. It has been conclusively proven that constipntion bad breath, dvspepsis, kidney affections and all diseases of the liver, stomach and bowels have been cured by simply taking Mmmons Liver regulator, it is barm- less, not unpleasant, and easily procured so there i no reason to be ignorant of this remedy we especially commend t your notice for trial. A swimming dress to enable the swim' mer to blow up mines and hostile boat i has been tried in the German navy. It is sort of modified Paul Boynton affair. The average lengtn 01 lite is on the in crease. The science of medicine has made great progress; many diseases are now controlled that were formerly thought in curanie 1 ne greatest discovery n Ur Bigelow's Cure, which cures consump tion in stages that other remedies are of no benefit. Coughs, colds, croup, whoop ing cough, bronchitis, and all throat and lung diseases speedily and safely. Price 50 cents and f 1, of druggists. During the Prince of Wales' recent vis it to Hamburg he initiated some wheel barrow races, with ladies in the bariows tnindled along by the highest English nobiliiy. THE ONLY 4 Brilliant TV 11 A Economical Are Diamond Dyes. They excel all others in Strength, Parity and Fastness. None others are just as good. Beware of imitations they are made of cheap and inferior materials and give poor, weak, crocky colors. 36 colors ; 10 cents each. Scad postal for Dre Book, Sample Card, dif-ctioc for coloring Photos., making the finest Ink or tfuuog (10 cts. a quart), etc. Sold by Druggists or by WELLS, RICHARD SO ft & CO., Burlington, t. For Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles, USE DIAMOND PAINTS. Gold, Silver, Bronsc, Copper. Only 10 Cents. n , CELERY Pa!nescomuHD CURES I PROOFS?. -pan- rrs;. Neuralgia i-""1 JF U,i. !. .". S'fcZ . f-ttg' Nervous - l""gT"' Prostration .Tt:, .it rbetiiaaitMW. " Rhoumatlum S,T& . "Ii koooe hu Kidney jfawnryte than any ntter awS- Dlseases ant" -.. asott, I Cjfrwi jjtr, low. iK..ind ha- Seen ocr' All Liver '."ZfJSS: Disorders ,r'?y, JOHN VOLK & CO., GrENERAL CONTRACTORS tUULWEOr?r rj?PRIGE'$ CREAM -AND- HOUSE BTJILTDERS. MAHCFACTTRER8 OF Sash, Doors. Blinds, Siding, Flooring, Wainscoating and all kinds of Wood Work for Builders, Eighteenth St., between Third and Fourth avenue, Rock Island. UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE CODKTRT, WILL OETAi MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE Hi anerior excellence proven tn ml Hi out of nomp for more than a quarter of a colony. It it I nbea ny i ne 1 nnea Male tovemmf m ; saorsea 1 by the head of the irent Unti raities an the I Mroween. mrepianfl moet Heaimrui. ir. races Crvam Baking Powder doe not contain am monia. Lime or Ainm . soia unir tn cans. PRICE BAKIKQ POWDER CO., WKW TOUR rSICASO T. LOtTS. A Luxury ard Heeessitv For rich and poor who wish to enioy good health, and who do not wish to re sort to bitter, nauseous liver medicines and cathartics, is the concentrated ( all- : fornia liquid fruit remedy, toyrup of Figs. Hartz & Bah n sen agents. Who of us are without trouble be tby small or large? The blessings of health are best appreciated when we are sich and in pain. A hacking cough, a sevcrk cold, or any throat or lung disease are rery troublesome; but all ot these may oe luickly and permanently cured by Dr. Bigelow's Cure. Safe and pleasant for ;hi:cren . Price 50 cents. Who to WEAK. XFRTOr. nFRtl.IT 4- TF.I.wh-nit, is FOLLY and lftORA.SE his TKIFLKDaway hie YIMOU of BODY, MISDand M A HO I, cawing exhauiting drains npoo the ForsfTAlW of LIFE, HEAB4CIIE. BACKACHE, Dndml TlOi t r USAMTY. ahouldh ount-ul t at ofiV th rEI.KHR&TIJl lr. Clurfce. EstablishHl W1 Dr. Clarke has made NERYOVS DE BILITY. CHRoyiC and all Mneaes f the UEXITO I RIAKY Orpin? a Uf Studv. It make XO diflerence WHAT yoo have taken hu r.a nuieo toenre von. V F E M A L EM mi ffe rl n from diseases pecu liar to their sex can consult wltb the assurance of sredy relief and cure, fiend cent pastas for wnras on yonr diseases. 1 end 4 Cents nnttRffP for 01ebmt0 ! Works on 4'broulr. nervosa and DH- cstl Diseases. Consultation, personally or by letter, Hw. Consult trie olt Iftortor. ThoawadH eared. Office and parlor nrli&le. m-l ne contemn. aims Mamain send f.r Ir. Clrkra celehnaod guide j MmI ami lenmlp. t-Ac-h both C. , (stamps. Before confiding yonr rase, consult Ir. CLARKE. A friendly letter or call may A-e future suSerinii and shame, ana ana goioen years to life -Book "Life's (Sevre t-r-mra." SOc. fstammrt. Medicine and wrillnes I sent everywhere, secure from eipofesr. Hours, f to r; sun-lays, v to rz. AUdn-ss, F TV I'l.AKK K M. U. 186 So. Clark St CHICAGO. ILL. ! CHICAGO, rfdCKt ISLAtfD 1&1 ACIFIC R'Y. The "Bowery's" Name 'Where did the Bowery get its namer Thais easy enough. "Bauer"' is good Dutch for peasant or farmer. Two bundrbd and odd years ago there was a road running out from New Amsterdam. Along its borders were the comfortable houses of the farmers, surroundod by green pastures and fields of waving grain. The baner lived there. Hence Bauery or Bowery. New York Even ing W orld. What She Will Say. Brown (taking; Robinson homel What d'ye s'pose your (hie) wite1!! say t'niorrer morn ing, Robinson? Robinson She'll (hie) shay new hat an' silk dressh, Browny, olo boy, an' b'gosh she won't shay 'em (hie) more n once, either. Texas Hit tings. A Worthless Fellow. "Ton are tho most worthless man that ever made a woman's life intolerable, John." And a week alter word gho sued a railroad company for 6100,000 damages for killing John, 'ilio perversity of some women is past comprehension. Pittsburg Bulletin. When you make a mistake, dant look back at it long. Take the reason of the thing into your mind, and then look for ward. Mistakes are lessons of wisdom. The past cannot be changed. Hugh White, A mans nature runs either to herbs or weeds; therefore let him seasonably water the one and destroy the other. Bacon. Dyspepsia Makes the lirrs of many people zniseiahle, and often leads to self-destruction. Distress after eating, sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, " all gone feeling, bad taste, coated tonpne, and uregu larity of the bowels, are DlStreSS some of the more common After symptoms. Dyspepsia docs t . not get well of Itself. It Eating require, careful, persistent. attention, and a remedy like Hood s Sarea parilla, whieh acts gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones tbe stomach and other organs, regulates the digestion, creates good appetite, and by thus Sick overcoming uie lwMBJul j1Qfi.r,,. toms removes the pvimu- nGaudCnu thetic effects of the disease, banishes the headache, and refreshes tho tired mind. " I hate been troubled with dyspepsia. bad but little appetite, and what I did cat . distressed me, or did mc "Ban little j m hour bum after eating I would expe rience a faintness, or tired, all-gone feeling, as thonch I had not eaten anything. My trou ble. T think, was aemvated by my business, which is that ot a painter, and from being more or less shut up in a Sour room with fresh paint. Last c. imriM I took Hood's Sarsa- OtOmaUH rilla took three bottles. It dd me an Immense amount of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and sausnea the craving I had previously eapeneuceu. Geoeob A. face, Watertown, Mass. Hood's Sarsanarilla Sold by all drafts. $1 ; six f or A. Prepared only by C. I- ItOOD A CO.. Apothecaries. Lowell, Haas. IOO Doses One Dollar The einrtirirriff fftwi by Nlckfo Plated Brase Sptlm known bupiei Vontilated Garter for ladies . which nas tlven Ktir-h faction. ihonld s Uvr sHlehy all HTSt-tlaei dealers in totlens and fu mix hi ri"-.. sample pair aent by riierl man 011 reset j. of 8. like the well- un'verral !atli- 35 Cts. Manufactured By Armstrong Alfg. Co. Bridgeport, Ct. HERMAN SCH WEGKE . f f f ! i CENTRE BfiApIii, ' No. 311 Twentieth Street, 777. . : Has a fine stock of Choice Beer, WineC liquors and Cigars. - ' DR. LAMEROUX Indian Blood and Nerve King No remedy Is so universally reqnired by ill clause- of oeonle sa a nerfectlv safe and reliable purgative medicine, winch can beuperi at all times witnont lnterftsrence wiwinu ordinary pnrsuiu or lire. BLQOD AND NERVE KING will remov. the foltnwtneermntoins: Pain, la the std, Deck or Drean or aoont tne stmntders. A sense of faltness or bloated feeling about the etomsch. A feeiuur of being tired or ovcrworKea, low .pirite, melancholy, lack of energy, loss of mem- orv. eic. tK. Warm Spring Indian Medicines for sale by I druggists. Efj MraMiriQ-ta, EuUiauOaalalCfe. V suHiauilVa BlffCthARirivcn nor sal satisractittn in the cnreofOunorruipa and (tte. Ipresen bell and feel safe in recommend ing It tn nil snncrcn. A.J.STOIF.B.l.n.. Decatur. Ill PBICE.tl.i Sold bv Druggists. A Life on the Oeeaa Wave Indurates the stomach aatnst sea nick- ness, but a single or occafrioDU transit across the "illimitable wetness" is pro dactive of srrievous qualms, especially when it is stormy. Ocean travelers, yachtmen, ship surgeons, commercial buyers sent abroad, voyagers by steam- bo it, and all who are occasionally or fre quently called upon to be where "billows are buffeted," should lake along Hostel' ter's Stomach Bitten, the finest known antidote for sea sickness, malaria, bil iousness, and disorders of the stomach and bowels. Many travelers by railroad with delicate stomachs and nerves, like wise suffer severely ea route. These will find the Bitters surely helpful and consolatory. Traveling;, even Id swift, steady and commodious steamships and sumptuous palace cars, it not always a source of unmixed joy and delight, and the Bitters does much to counteract the discomforts attending it, arararated by delicate health. Rheumatism, brought on by damp weather, kidney troubles and debility, are effectually relieved by the bitters. It is not true that lov. makes all things easy; it makes us choose wnai is aimcuu. Oeorge Eliot ADVICE TO muTKEES. Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cuttine tee. tor it so, send at once and set a bottle of Mrs, Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children teethine. Its value is incalculable. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Depend upon it mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the sloov ach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens the gums, reduces Inflammation, and tfives tone and encrsr to the whole ays- tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teethine i pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one tbe oldest and best female nurses and phy sicians in the United Statea, and ia fot sale by all druggists throughout the world, rnca 35 cents per bottle. The rreateat sheotine ever done in single day was by Lord Walmingham on his moojt .fin.jlug. SU He killed 1,058 grouse ia thirteen hours, there being for ty drivers. a ;- !,E Its central position and close connection with Eastern Unee at Chicago and continuous linea at terminal points, West, Northwest, and South west, make ft tbe true mid-link in that transcontinental chain of eteel vhich unites tbe Ataintic said Pacific. Its main tinea and branches include Chi cago, Joliet, Ottawa. LaSalle, Peoria, Geneseo, Moline and Rock Island, In mfnoie: Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Fairfield, Ottumwa, Oekaloosa. West liberty, Iowa City, Des Moines, Indlanola, Winter-set, Atlantic, Knox vllle, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Centre and Council Blufis, in Iowa; Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron, .St. Joseph and Kansas City, In Missouri ; Leavenworth and Atcblson, In Kansas; Minneapolis and St. Paul, in Minnesota ; Wtr tuwn and Sioux Falls :n Dakotaand many other prosperous towns and clt-M. It also offers a CHOICE OF ROUTES to and from the Pacific Coast and inter mediate places, makinfr all transfers in Union depots. Fast Trains of flnei DAY COACHES, eieirarit DIKING CARS, magnificent PULLMAN PALAC8 SLEEPING CAH3, and (between Chicaa-o, St. Joseph, Atchison and Kansas Citv) restful RECLINING CHAIR CAKS, Seats rltLK I nrst-class tickets. to holders of through Health is Wealth! THE CHICAGO, KANSAS & NEBRASKA R'Y (GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE) Extends west and southwest from Kansas City and Ct. Joseph to Pair burr, Nelson, Horton, Topeka, Herington, Hutchlnsoii, Wichita, Caldwell, and all points in Southern Nebraska Interior Kansas and beyond. Entire passenger equipment of the celebrated Pullman manufacture. Solidly bal lasted track of heavy steel ralL Iron and stone brndtzea. All safety appliances and modem improvements. Commodious, well-built stations. Celerity, car tainty, oomfortand luxury assured. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE the favorite between Chicago, Rock Island, Atchison, Kansas City, and Minneapolis and St. Paul. The tourist route to all Northern Summer Resorts. -a wa whea Central Dakota. lnti'rlflwn Rr.inrh traverses Lha most nroductive tandA of the trr&nt. "wheat and diry belt" of Northern Iowa, South western Minnesota, and Easu Tr. B. C Werts Verve and Brain treatment, s i pnaisnteed poeciflc for hTeteria, dhtz1nef, eon- vuimonn. nr, nervona ueuraim. Bct-j,iir. ui too proBtrmUnn caused by tbe dm of alcohol or UHUVCCO. blielUinsT. me:iLi uoprcawuio, tiiicu- ins; if the brain resulting in lnaanltjr and leading 1 to mtoery, dc-ay and drath, pre mat ore old ue, narrfnneM, lot! of power in either sex. inTOlan tary inane ana f jvermatorrnoea oantwu uy o'er exertion of the brain, elf abase or over Indnl trance. Each box contain one month'e treatment. $1 a box. or Mx nnxei for sent br msil prepaid on receipt of price. WE ODABAHTXI SIX BOXES To core anr esse. With each order received hr' at fornix boxea. accompanied wtth we will su.nrl lha nnrrtlwr ODr WnluTI tmarSntee tO T- fnna the money 11 tne ireainieni o"cb nm hcw cars. Ganranteea iward only by Mantiall A FiKher. Harper hoaas drug store, so.e agents. Rock Island 111. The Short Line via Seneca ard Kankakee offers suoerior feclliUMta travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs, St. Josephs Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul. For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or any desired information, apply to any Cou pon Ticket Office in the United States or Canada, or address E. ST. JOHN, E. A. HOLBROOK, General Maciger. CIIICAGO.XLL. 8sa'l Ticket 4k Psss'r Agsat. LOTOS FACE POY. DERl Ladies valuing thetr ymplexioo rioakl wen re SAMPLE BOX GRATIS of the latfM imported and onsniuoualj acknowl edged aa Uie tt FACE PUWUtK. ,mrntml to tw perfctly bannlea. tmpereepM. t-'e. rturahle an1 tnviflble. For Sale everywhenj. aanal IUI Mr BX. A UK vntir druitgist lor It or write tor postpaid sample bos to j. F. LLOYD A CO., Sols Importers, T and 1 Wuklfirtow SWyet. CHICABO. 5 CO OP ca. c3 OS PS Ct a CO 3 -our stock of- -School Shoes- JUST RECEIVED AT CAUSE & CO.'S. LOTOS FACE POWDER! THE MOLINE SAVIN6S BANK (Charted by the Legislator of Illinois.) MOLINE. - ILLS. Open daily from V A M. to 8 P. M , and onTnes- uay ana saTBrnar nTniQT irua 8 o'clock. Interest allowed on Despoaita at tbe rate of 3 per Cent, per Annum, Deposits received ia amounts of $1 and Upwards. SECURITY ASUADVANTAGBS. The private property of the Trustees is respon sible to the deLMwtUir. The officers are prohibi ted from borrowing any of lit monnyp. Minora sod Married worn, n protected bj npectal la' Opncfia : f. W. Whikim-k. President: torn Woou, Vice Freaident:u. r. hemuwit, uastuer. Tbubtkes : b. W. Wheelock, Porter Skinner, C. W. Lobdell. !elon Chester, H. W. Candee. C, T. Grants, A.S.Wright, 0. P. Ht-mnwsy, John Ortod; .1 u. Christr. O. H. fitoddsrd. BLrThc oniy cbarterea savings nanx in kock island County. For Bali by tsk Followisg Dbcooiitb I Marshall & Fisher, Hartr ft Bah risen, sod Frank K idler. INSURE IN THE Accidentjssociatioii, Kock Island, Illinois. Weakly IuAamnlty from 7.50 to fxS.M for one j.. aay to one yea-. . Rates Low Certificate Liberal. 9InsnK in the "SUN" theraby platlaf your preauoja waere H win ao ine nun eooo. OSS. W. A. SGUMITT, 8c'r and Maaaglns Director, Oapt. T. 1. Robixsoi, fresX , , rya 1622 Second Avenue. DRUNKENNESS JOHN H. EANSON, (Formerly of Coal Valley,) Or M-ioor Hsbh. lositTey rre by astsiiniNierisc llr, itaiDes1 Ii. Mi raai-riflc Tt r-.n aHvn in a PiiO of enlTe Or t wlthont ir. Au'iuiM of thA iimnn Lavklnar It ; lMhMn!uti! r lUrm.WS. HUH will "-' ,auiau, u, p-, iiTf vchfttir th parent i a monerai rtntikiT or m alcoholic wrtvk. Tltouaandaot druplaaxdi have liwii made teumerats men no nave ijsavt'ii uoiuca SiiecMIc in thlr mffw without their kOAwlelce aiiiil twlV rH-Ml'vv iDrv ami iinuamif "R ium u frw will. IT N KV Kit FAILS. Th urMcroonw I raprvMtnateo wun ine ph'hk-.h m--vini? an uvtcr n.uuiiilttv fnr tdn If'iiinr skniMstlte Inflnl. I b,.r ta T. H THOMAS, anrl M AEHHAXL I W X lOllE-n, JrUSKIaH9, IwVaV IBIaVUU, ill. The Southern Tibber Lmd Investkeht Go. ISS LaSalle Street, Chtcaao. BIHVCBC F)ftSr NATIONAi BANK. CHKtt. I DlllatnS aAWf OF CAMDEN, frusta Am. IXtTar fJ'aa tuifntsK aUllI tkMatl InVMlBienljl t (kT I small or tsrge sums. Pamphlets sIvihk lull in-1 Xi.riijaUji u fnrnintKi on .ppucawn touiesDov inupallroawwiiuiwawnBMrMiuiMiiir i . Dealer in Choice Wines, Liprs BEEE AND CIG-AJEtS, No, 1717 Second Amove, Rock Island. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR. And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. Chicago Conservatory! .PER LUvSm cnicauv, ill. MUSIC, VOCAL iNSTRUMCNTAL. Mrsii'AL fcPT-under direction VI. L. tXMUim, "locaMMl Id CENTVaLlirslG MALI BI N.IMrXtt PRAMAT1C DEHT- nnderdlreetloniiStll, KaTSH. FALL TKSTwl IIOIM HFTinSkii iriflf. addiesi SAjiLavi. aAX&ivtt, j OLSEN & PETEESON, And Dealers in Flour, Peed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery , Glassware, Cutlery, Etc. aTSUamsbip Agency and remittanca to any part of Europe. ' : . 601 and 03 Ninth BUaat, Bock Ulaad.IU. m