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THE AHGU& THUKSDAY,
All on one side
a, o'Ter that's ni.nle by the prc
r of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
1'.,'lv. It's 300 reward for aa
-"rable case of Catarrh, no mat
!"i"bow a or ow onS stai
j!... Tliey mean what they 6ay ;
.I'Vre- responsible, and the offtr
made for years. It's a'.l
cn ,(,hr side you lose your catarrh,
ff you're paid $500 for keeping iz.
Bit it's safe for them, too they
k'jV you'll be cured.
Dr. Nice's Remedy produces per
foot and jicrmancnt cures of Chronic
fitarrh in the Head, aa thousands
cla testify. "Cold in the Head"
ii cured with a few applications.
Catarrhal Headache is relieved anl
c;red as if by magic. It removes
c&nsive breath, loss or impairment
of the scr.se of taste, smell or hear
irj, watering: or weak eyes, an 1
ir.raired memorv, when caused by
the vio'ence of Catarrh, as they ad
rf jiii-ntiy are. Remedy Bold by
d.,;;-;?i 0 cents.
.:; . ii-.rtcw. th the gcoarahy of this country w ill obti m
i :- ,:ele :-.?jHvT:;ti fmu stucy of Th;s uf of the
it Bocl Hani & Pacific Ry.;
T - T . -t t,- an1 f'-.im Oiida, Joliet, Otta.a,
F i la S.i!!e. M. Iiiir, F.xk llaini, in 1IXINOH;
!-.,- rr. Muscat. n . otinuiwa, '.saloos. I e3
' ;. Wln'erwt. ArlciUm. Harlan and Coun. 11
.'X- IA; Ylau-.-toirn an.l Si..i:i Tails, In DAKOTA;
t r n. m. J. h sal Kans City, in MISOVBt;
('-tx Lincoln. Faittirran-1 S!on. In NEBRASKA;
i'.... n. I aeersrorth, Hrfa, Ti;4i, Hatchlnsctj.
V .-i I. '.rv.l.e, ALiler.e. Vvigt City, Caldwell, ia
I..VA-; Kin.-ii-lier, 121 P.snoauJ iliaco, la INDIAN
:l: I IT' IiV: iN-uvcr. Olc.ralo Spritgs and Pueb a.
'L''RaI. Traversa new areas of rich farml ig
:. . rM.i.i Jan-K tit Ming to Vest facilities of lnt.r-
:.i.i3:.-a::'.n t ail Intro and cities east and wt,
r. ar s j:!.-rt of Chi;o and to Taciflc a id
VESTIBULE EXPRESS THALXS
I. ; a'l cnaipetitors In splendor nf equipment.
f-'-r, CHICAGO r.nd t'E'i MOINES. COCNC:L
i... FF o-l OMAHA, and betsreen CHICAGO aid
- Tr, ( .L'.r.AI. Sf'P.INGS and rUEBLO. Ml
(in .nil TorEKA and via ST. JoSEPX
'-" !'"f'U FF.F.r. RECLINING CIIA: R
-! 1 -"'I'' ' W?j-rs with Dining Car Servi e.
' - at leaver ud Colorado Springs i:n
r-i..tr linos, niir forming the tieir ad
TSAICS-ROCZY MOUNTAIN KOUTZ
' r r-!.i,-u rinerhlrjuipped trains run daily
:i!P.rc.B TtITH,,rT CHANGE to and from S it
C.V" Saa F"incisco. THE ROCK
is tl. th Direi-t ana Favorite Line to and
!' Manii.,u. l ike s Peak and all other sanitary a:id
-:..c r-,ri,ir,fl iiti-s and tnlninrdlstrixs In Colorai a
FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
l:'irn St. Joseph 0oi Kansas City to and from aU l:a
t .KTO.cities and sections in Southern Nebrasl a,
:.'i ar. ! tliB Indian Territory. Also via ALCEI.I
E .t'TF from Kana Citv p.ud Chicago to Wati r
i T.. fioui Fa! Is, JIINEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
f f '..i'i:ic fr)r all pnin north and northwest between
i; an l the I'a:iflc Coast.
' i icke's. Jlap, Folders, or desired lnformatl n
1 . . 1 a:,v Ciupon Ticket Office, in the United Sta
u Canaia, or ad lris
E- ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTEAII,
Ck: Manager, Gca1Tkt.irass.Ast,
i ow m-
WILL be under the supervision of the
Burlington, Cedar Rapids at Northe:-n
Railway, W. J. MORRISON, Manager, and
f t'l be open for the reception of firuests
June 15th In each year. Viators wUl fltia
i3 flrst-claas In all of its appointmen a.
e:nar supplied with gas, hot and cold
water baths, electric bells and all modern
halls, bowling alley, etc, and positively
"co irom annoyance uy iiiuaviu.
ROUMn.Toip rvriiRSlON TICKETS
ViU be placed on sale at the comment
ment of tourist season by the Burlington,
edar Rapids & Northern Railway aid
aU of its connecting lines at low rates to
me louowing points: spini . j
Waterville, Minneapolis. St- Paul and
Lake Minnetcnka. Minnesota; Lake tu
Perior points; Yellowstone Parle aaa
Points in Colorado. ' J, t
Write for "A Midsummer Paradise to
.1, .-. . . A IT ft it.
.uw general ncKeti twu 1 uac...
tUar Rapids. Iowa; for hotel rates to
-i-Jwii. it .X XT
- ON - v
Cordova, June 10. A team belonfj
g to C. B. Tavener raa away while
tched to a corn nlnw lt Thnr..
doing some damag to the plow.
mues ocDauer, ot Whiteside county
viUing bis sister, Mrs. James Green,
llenrv Orneslnir. whnie lato c;bnl.,
came near being fatal, is now on the road
Lzo Slockwell. the rrnfaoi
nail nlaver. arri wi'o ura .1..
- ' ' oj'muiu IUB
summer in Cordova with bis family.
ttuc Bl"re wun a general stock of
nerchandise on the co-operatiye pUn, is
he next mnvo on the boards in Cordova.
Joseph Dickson, who is visiting here
iih his wife, is quite a swimmer. It is
10 trouble for him to s vim nne mi!o vith
the current in the river.
W. K. Freek
fountain, with which, with his assistant,
W. K. Johnson, he can dispense the cool
beverage td the thirsty.
David Karr. who rents the two firm.
of Edward Cool, has one of the finest
neias or rye that can be found in R.-irk
James Tcomrjson'g small nlpaetira
st?amer. Hope, was manned by himself
and the Williams brothers, of Moline, on
last ntiay and worked fine.
The Williams Bros', of Molina, tnnk
the steamer Hone, to Moli n on Sat
urday last where the owner, James
Thompson, has decided to quarter her for
It. C. Cool, of Rirk Tal anrl. has nup.
chtsed the properties of Mrs. Daa and
Richard Ely, and intends making some
repairs upon them soon. They will be
occupied oy nis socs, Lewis and Charles.
A. S & Eae Son. rroorietors of th
Y4ckee street fruit farm, have com.
menced their ricking and expect an enor
mous yield. They market the mos; of
their crop in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Someone stole a skirl from A. ts.
Haynes last Mordy evening. Tuesday
llfttoes started down the river armed
iih a spy gias and succeeded in lo
ratir? the boat on the shore north of
G. W. Bruck hns snmp nf tha Etraio-Vit-
est corn rows seen bv vourcorresoondent.
G. W. is one of the few men who ran
give you a digest on ancient history and
science, as wen as point out to you ail of
the arts of successful farming.
M. M. Corbett returned home on last
Fridav from a trin to Aurora and Ilorfe-
ford. He decided to locate in Rockford
and build up a law practice. Mr. Cor
bett has all of the elements to make a
success. The last two vears his time has
been occupied, when not teaching school,
in studying all of the higher branches of
the law, which together with several
years practice in Rock Island, has fitted
him to cope with the best. He intends
to remove his family soon.
Wanted A cook at 3015 Fifth avenue.
Orange ice at Krell & Math's; try a
The Crown dining room selves abetter
meal fur 2o cents than any other place
in the city.
Milk sb&kc. lemonade and all other
temperance drinks at Krel! & Math's;
when thirsty stop in.
Vanilla and choculate ice cream and
orange ice at Krell & Math's; stop when
passing and try a dish.
Ma?ic at Spring Cove Thursday even
ing. List car from Rock Island at 9 p.
m. Last car from tower 12 o'clock.
Trv our orange ice and then pass your
opinion on it. We make it extra rich
and fine, using nothing but the fruit
juice. Krell & Math's ice cream parlor.
J. J. Lerr.h, the well known painter,
paper hancer, grainer, kalsominer, etc ,
is prepared to do all kinds of work in bis
iice ia first class manner. Shop No.
309 Eighteenth street.
We offer $100 reward for any case of
catarrh that cannot be cured by taking
Hull's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cuenet & Co., Props..
We, the undersigned, nave known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve Lim perfectly honorable in all busi
nr.es transnrliona. and flnacciallv able to
carry out any obligations made by their
West & Triias, Wholesale Druggist, To
Walding, Kinnan & Marvia, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
(Tail's Catarrh Cure ia taken internally.
tcting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. 1'rice 7DC
per bottle. Sold by a'.l druggists.
Da Ton Conehl
n'. ,v1wit Take Kenan's Balsam, the
best cough cure.' It will cure your
rmic-ha and colds. It will cure sains in
the chest. It will cure influenza and
broDcbitis and all diseases pertaining to
. i,,r.rra i.t-r-aiidK it. is a Dure balsam.
Hold itCto the light and see how clear and
thick it is. You will see toe excellent
trt ftor tabinff the first dose. Lirge
bottles 50; andfl.
Tt, CarairhaT r merchant at
air. iiunu vts-f
Caraehar. Fulton county, Ohio, says that
the best selling bills
'. ji The TOiann ts that thev trO'
DC U&LUiea. iu- - -
duce a pleasant cathartic tffect and are
.i...irrh in their action.
CSTI81U , .
Trv them when you want a reuauic --
thartic. xor sa;e oy nan
. . . u ViqjI lor 30
iy caiarru " .
years I have been troubled with it have
irictl o UUUlui.1 v.
lief. A drucgist advised s wream
t.i T v. oira naorl nnlv nne DOUie sun
USIUl, l""" j ,
t ,-on ar I feel like a new man. I made
. i : crarpiripni in iiiiirri o iubi
know of the Balm. J W. Mathewson.
. a T T
(Lawyer,) rawtucaet. a. 1.
Wo! Woe TJanueraoia Wo
Why endure It daily, nightly, we had well nigh
aid hourly. Theydowhoaretorturedby chronic
theumatism. The remedy, botanic, pure. eaTe
. . wr-re the evidence in
ESrfe that the medicine U both a preH.V.e S5
mCnTmanent in the Scent "consequence
uXtiseof "the St.. Experience Indorse..
U recommendatloa ot pbT.ician. eanctiou s
nmf Beeln ear y, use wnu
tict relief. Hcstette'rs Stomach Bitten re
exieci reiiei. .... kidney ailmente.
1 eves consni'"". w-- -
should take on every trip a botile of
v -i rigs, as it acts most pleasantly
effectuallv on the kirinona Ii'ba
wels. preventing fevers, headaches and
. .'...!- 01 gjcKess. ror sale in 50c
f 1 bottles by alt leading druggists.
For 3J Days Only.
C. IIuDUH. tllp. Upll 1inrfiTn orliai;
or. has concluded to
to 15 oer cent, on hi plpoont i;n r
suitings and trouserings for the next 30
nuiy. 10 reuuee nis large stock to
e room for fall tuitinss. No hum.
he means business.
For a troublesome cough there is noth
i ueuir man JDamberlain s Cough
medy. It strengthens the pulmonarv
ms, allays any itritation and t-ffrc
lly cures the COUgb. It is esrwriallir
uable for the couerh whirh n nftn
follows an attack of the grip. For sale
Hariz & Bahnsen, druggists.
For Sale. Rent. Eir.hancA and TiTieol.
laneous wants inserted one dav stln
per word; three days at He per word
ana one ween at Jio per word.
"Situations wanted" and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
sorted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
WANT BP A boy to nail boxes; apply at Gray's
box fattjry. 10
ANT ED A jrlrl for general houcwork at
ii4 reeona avenue. in
ANTRT1 Sitnntinn sa VniKi.koii.u, ull
di o auiee uo ei.
WANTED Traveling men: salary; references.
25 Times buiiding, Chicago. l
ANTED A good tong woman as second
'"cook at J.J. Hvnn's restaurant. :W4X Fiftn
ecue; goou w.ges to right party. 1:)
TTTANTED A ftronf; boy abont IS or SO years
o.a at io. buu rouriu avenue: (.erman rire-
ANTED A situation as book keener or
cieiK; auarcss j. si mis omee.
TWTANTED A position as clerk ia crocory.
M clnthlnc or centa" furnishing store. Addrete
fVTEN WANTED Salary and etpenees: t,t-r-
1VX nianetit place ; apply at once. Bbowx linos.
o , iunerymen, t nicajro n
TkTONEY TO LOAN On clwt'el mortcnires.
XVx watches, diamond, jewelry, and all articles
af value. J. W. Jones, liiH Second avenue. S-lf
WANTED Two or three pood men to repre
sent oar well known houe for town and city
trade: local and travelira. $100 and expenses
per month to the right man. Apply quick, stat
in? aire. L. L. Mat & Co. Nurserymen, Floriets
ind Seedsmen, bt. 1'aul, sunn.
(This housa is responsible.
Frieze and Ceiling '
We have arranged with theles: Paper Hangers
and Painters in the city to take charge of our work.
Satisfactory results can be relied on.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
PERFECT IN FORM ! MATCHLESS ill W4P!
SObXiu r Uie aneiciitis f r :iwrt ro'ij tint
puov bov 1'irth tre tut to d"ti.
Every MAN cn be BTROHQ
avnd VieOROtTS in all reiptcts.
YOUNQ MEN OR OLD,
nfftrlng from FEEVOUB DE
BILITY. Lot or FalliDE Hu-
kood, Phviical Iicfilft, Meat&l
Worry. Stnoted Dvlopmcnt. or
aay FEBS0HAL WEAEHESS. can bs
reitored to PEKTECT HEALTH 4
the NOBLE VITALITY of BTB0H3
MEN, tas Prida and Power of Niuoni.
We claim by jenrs of practice ir
r exclusive nietll'n a nuurra
MONOPOLY OF SUCCESS" 111 treat-
1 ..11 m... mmm U .1. .... 9,1.1
- A Afflictions of Men. Testimonials
' from so states and Territories.
fiiio airuf nnnif """".' seaieu.po.i-.
uun II duui nnut. mr a limitco tim. u
it walls von can. Fnll Eznlanationt for HOME TREAT
MENT. Ton can bo FULLY RESTORED Thomaads
have boon by as. Bead oar testimonials. Addressatoaca
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, tt.'
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmacist
PBE80UPTIOKB A BFBCIALTT.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Third St.
HENRY 0. SCHAFF ER,
SOFT AND HAED
Office 1431 Second avenue, corner Fifteenth it.
Telephone No. 1089.
We have just
g"We invite everybody
CARSE &'CO., have just what you want in a ,
comfortable, shapely, durable and cheap shoe.
"ln.ta m r-i .1 1 tir t rAtlStlArelV T tO th klll. R
V .ii frwklf and atiKHlor&clonB.
sal ty aU linn.-. drturtrt t- or tutUled for fiO
til Biaiiii vj
VALELTIKE'S a-SSf JST"
SCHOOL OF Bend for circulars.
ICireDIDUV EVALKNTINE BROS..
I tLtbnArn! 15-1Jahiviu.e. Wis.
received the first shipment of our
-FOR THE EARLY-
Spring season of
to call and examine them.
The Pioneer Clothier and Hatter,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
THE SEASON FOR
AND LOW SHOES.
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
- 1706 Second Avenue
new stock of
1622 Second Avenue
a . ..... v uiuurr.m
dyspepsia ibu uib. "
Pirn t ud'onl ftup'i. 0oT Tick ud ' umL