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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL' 14, lt?93.
-wrn.i). ROCS ISLAND PACTFIC HAIL-
J way Depot eorn-t lfth avenue and 1 niny
rat street. Frank H. Hummer, agent.
1 .East. . tWBST,
Council Blnffs Minneeo- I
ta Day Express I '. U M am 4:43 am
Kansas City Day Express, j 0:8T pm 6:80 am
Washington fcxprese.. .... ;J0 pm 3:11 pm
Ooonci) "lotfa Mmntw- I ' :
a Kxpref T:40am :!m
Omaha and Denver Verti-I ' i
bole Express ( 44 am :5 am
Kama City Limited 4:4S am 11 :10 pm
Stuart-Rock Island Express S:40pm' 9:0am
Daily. tQoing east. jinK wen.
BTJKUNWTON RoCTB-C, B. . KA!1.
way Depot First avonoe and Sixtoenth t
M.J. Yonng. agent.
av. Loaia express
04. Loma Express
St Panl Express
Beardstown Passenger. ..
Way Freight (Monmouth) .
Bt! Panl Express
a 0 am
6 :4B DC
7 :&5 am
10: SB am
1 :60 pm
1 :fi6 am
11 :30 am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE 8T. PAUL RAIL
way Racine Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, it. if. w . coimn.i;iii
... 7T00aa 9:00pni
8:60 pm 11:45 am
. .. :4Sic :lpfi
Mall and Express
St. Panl Express
Ft. A Accommodation.
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. F.
a. MocBwen. Agent.
) LBTBj ABBIVB.
77 1-70S am ! 7 :05 pm
..I 2:0pm' l:2Spm
.. 9:10 ami 3:00 pro
4:00pm 8:05 am
Fast If all Express
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NOKJH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street,Dnv
enport. J.E.Hanneean. Geo.T'k't & Pass. Agent.
Da ven port Trains.
Freight. I J:C0 ami 9:45 am
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train i tNorth. ;Sonth.
Passenger ! a6:45ani al :05 am
'. I b7:20am blO 55pm
" " IblO 4) am
I ait :30 pm a5:45aai
Freight ... 1 bS:pm
txoing Sonth and east
MOST DTBECT BOUTS TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
Fast M'i. Express
Lv. Rock Island 8:0ram SraOpm
Ar.Onwn 8:45 am 8:04 pm
Cam Bridge 9 :0S am 3 :27 pm
Gain 9:36 am 3:57 pm
Wyoming 10:11am 4:58 pm
PrtxcevUla 10:80 am 4:65 pm
Peoria 11:15 am 5:40 pm
Be. Louis .. ..
. 3:40 pm!
.' 4-0C pmi
.; 9:50 pm'
.j 3:50 pmj
. , 6:55 pm
i 7:10 pm
. 1 :20 am
V .Oil . . t
10 :90 pm
12 06 n't
7:40 a or.
.11 :80 pm
Lv. Peoria .
At. Rock Island .
! 10:10 ami 3:50 pm
I 1 :9a pm! 7:06 pm
UAccommodarioc trains leave Rock laland at
6:00a. m. and 6.30 p. m: arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peoiia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15p.m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p.m. and 145
All trains rnn daily excettt Sunday.
All passenger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair car on Fait Express between Rock
lslond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points ; baggage cnecked
through to destination.
l 9.1o am
Lv. Rock Island
Arr. Reynolds ....
Accom. ; Accom.
6.20 am 11-50 pm
7.00 ami 1.45 pm
7.55 ami 8.00 pm
B. B. SUDLOW.
qic'l Tkt. Aeett
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
OSce Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Socceede the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1869
5 Per CENT INTEREST .'AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws.
Openfrom 9 a. m. to 3 p m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7 to 8pm
Pobter Skikxcr. - - Preaident
H. A. Am s worth. - - Vice-President
i. F. Qekenwat, - - - Cashier
Porter 6kinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H. A. Alns worth,
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Fribcrg, C. F. Hemeuwny,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the garden
spot of the westjby the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Dabt, President.
J. 8, Dabt: Cashier.
I Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island Na tiona
C. C.Carter, M. D.
Jeory Dart 's Sons, Wholesale Grocer .
THE NEXT MORNING I FCEL 6IGHTND
NEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor says It acta gently on the stomach,
liver and kldnevs. and is a pleasant laxative. This
drink Is made from herbs, and is prepared fat us
aa easily as tea. It Is called
I. AHE'S H EDIGiriE
A Udrngirim sell It Moe. and (la package. Ifyoo
cannot get it. send your address for a free sample,
line's FaBaily Medicine mevea the fcawela
each day. In order to be healthy this is necessary
Address ORATOR F. WOODWARD, Lb Roy. K. V
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
physician. Successfully used
monthly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
safe and reliable medicine
discovered. ' Beware of un
nrincinled druggists who of-
inferior medicines in nlace of this. Ask for
Cook's Cotton Root Copocb, take no substi
tute, or inclose 91 and 6 cents in postage in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mail Fnll
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only, 9 stamps. Addree
POND LILL-S CCVPANY,
No. 8 Fisher Block, Detrot, Mich.
Sold in Rock Island by Marshall Fishei. Ham
per House, Harts riannscn. 20lh street and So
ar.. and drnee'i'ts eve-vwhe-re .
ATTOKNET AT LAW Office in Mitchell
Lynde's new block.
JACKSON X UCKST,
9TTORHKT8 AT LAW. t)ce its Rock Uia
fl.at!onl Bank Biildtiig. Ro-k I!and, IU
o. swasNtx o. u.
.stVLENEI & WALKER,
ATTORNRYS AND COCNSELLORS AT LA
TOmce in Bengscon's 'iock. Roca Island, 1:1.
JIcEMRT it HcESlRI.
71 OHNSY'8 AT LaW Loan money ot oc
A security. make collecticns, ticference, Mitch
ell Lynde. bankers. Offloe in Posloroca bioc.
S. W. ODELl,
TTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and durini; the past two years with the firm of
frowning Entriken at Moline, has now opened
in oOce in the Auditorium building, room 5, at
C. J. Sbabxe. S. W. Seabxb.
I TTORNEtS and Counnellor at Law and So
Alicltors In Chancery: afflce Bclord'a block.
3. R. Hollowbush, M. D, Geo. E, Banh, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
PHYSICIANS AND URGrtONS.
Office 409 28rd st. Telephone 10S5
Residence 791 81st st. " 118S
Dr. Barth I Dr. Hollowbush
9 to 10 a, m. I 10 to 12 a. m.
1 to 9 and T to 8 p.m. I 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Ofnce McCullough Building, 194 W. 3d St.
Hoars: 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 urn.
J. F. Myeba, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeler,: M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
dircrv asxl laea-s f Womeaj
ufflce over Krell Math's. Telephone 1 148.
err ice nouns:
DR. BTER8 DIU WHEELER.
OtolJa. m. I 8 to 10 a.m.
to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m lltoS and 7 to 0 Tv. m
tee. telephone 1200. I Res. telephone, 11M)
R, M. PEARCE,
Boom 33 in Mitchell A Lynde's new block.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Erell Math's.
DRS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 20-31
Edward L. Hammatt. Clark H. Bupord.
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111. Office Room
41, Mitchell . Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
Plans and superintendence for all class !
Booms 53 and 58, Mitchell A Lynde bnildirg
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York City.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European plan.
Room rates Si a day and upward .
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
Btreet cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
UILDKBTU A ALLEN, Pnt'.
. Insane Psrteat Restore.
Dr .KLINE'S GREAT
j for- ail BBAnt A NKKVB DlSBASaS. OmJ) W
1 r .l.l.l HL II TAKen AS ailvriMa. r -
fi'a'Jnv'r utc. Treatise Snd 9a trial bottle free to
ii"'. Til ; it .cuts, ther parinfr expcesschArcesoBbcvs when
- -- I. S?nd nams. P. O. And esiirew Aodrems at
Kl.I Vli i.il Ai-h S..Phildrlpai."m.
-....,.-, nt IMtTATINa FRAUDS
H ii ii i in v
It In mm 'N.a
AN OBJECT LESSON IN THE HOUSE.'
ITow Jndare Kelley Cot Even With a. Fellow
Member Who Interroptel Him.
SpeAksinK of porcelain reminds one of an
epiaodo that occurred in the house of repre
sentatives several years ago when a tariff
debate was on. The question directly uj
for discussion was something in connection
with pottery, and Judge William D. Kel
ley of Pennsylvania was taking a leading
part in it. The father of protection, as he
was properly called, was a Arm believer in
the value of object lessons, so he was teach
ing one to the house on this occasion.
Resting on his desk was a huge piece of
pottery, and it was as beautiful as it was
big. Its ground color was burnished cop
per, and climbing about over it was a grape
vine whose foliage and fruit stood out in
striking lifelikenesK. Twining his arms
lovingly about the top of the piece, Judge
Kelley began. He was a ponderous speak
er. His early experience as an actor in the
days when the pronunciation of every syl
lable in every sentence wasTonsidemi the
Bine qua non of elegant oratory had mold
ed his manner of speaking, and he was a
great relief in his calm and tlow expression
from the rapid, 400-wortls-a-minute men
who comprised his colleagues.
"Mis-ter Speak-er," said he, "the raw
ma-te-ri-al in this work of art cost eight-y-five
cents. The work-man-ship up-on it cost
eight-y-five dol-lars. At the man-u -f act-o-ry
in New Jer-sey, where it was made, the
whole-sale price of it was nine-ty-six dol
lars. At the store in this city where it was
sold at re-tail it cost one hund red and
twen-ty-seven dol-lars. You will per-ccive,
But right here Mr. Springer concluded
that it wouldn't do for Judge Kelley to pro
ceed any further with an object lesson, so
he arose, and pointing his finger in a satir
ical way toward the I'ennsylvanian sarcis
"Mr. Speaker, what is that thing?" The
man whom his critics irreverently termed
"Pig Iron" never removed his arms from
the artistic creation. liaising his voice
higher, he replied:
"Mr. Speak-er, in Il-li-noi-y it would be
called a spit-toon; in Penn-syl-va-ni-a, sir,
we call it a YASE!"
In the roar that followed Mr. Springer
sat down, and even his buttonhole bouquet
wilted. Washington Post.
A I'oet, but No Farmer.
Hogg had none of the qualificat ions neces
sary for the making of a successful farmer.
Leaving aside the que:tion of his literary
bent, he was more attached to the gun and
the fishing rod than to the plow, and he
knew as little about the management of
servants as about the management of
money. We are told that he kept three big
lads, but did not look after them. If the
work was not properly done he would get
angry with them, and immediately after sit
down and tell them stories or recite to them
his latest joem. One day he was told that
a valuable mare was seriously ill, and the
suggestion was made that ho should set
off for the veterinary surgeon at once. "I
canna attend to her just now." replied the
easy minded shepherd, "for I'm gaun up
the hill to shoot a hare for dinner." And
so the dinner was secured, while the mare
Happily for himself, Hogg was of a joy
ous temperament, and his reverses never
preyed iu the smallest degree on his spirits,
lie believed in his own mind that he had
always done everything for the best, and so
long as no man could accuse him of dishon
esty he laughed at the futility of his calcu
lations and contentedly let his earnings go
as they came, determined to make more
money as soon as possible, although it
should go the same way as before. This
uniform happiness was partly owing to a
good constitution, and partly arose, as he
is careful to remind us, "from a conviction
that a heavenly gift conferring the powers
of immortal song was inherent in my soul."
And tbe Orcbestra riayed.
"Why is it that women are always so
jealous and suspicious of each other?"
asked the professor in a plaintive voice of
the lady with whom he had been dancing.
"Oh, because they know each other so
welL Now, there's that Kate Lawson. Do
you know what she told young Anderson
"No. Please enlighten me."
"She said she had one of the most eligible
young fellows in town at her feet. Such a
whopper, when everybody knows she's
never had a single offer!"
"I can prove the truth of Miss Lawson't
assertion," said the professor in his cold,
calm voice that sounded like a brook gur
gling over broken glass.
"Oh, were you the man?" spitefully.
"No," not in the least disconcerted, "she
was buying her wedding shoes and the man
at her feet was the clerk who was fitting
"Her wedding shoes! You don't mean to
Bay that that girl has at last caught a hus
band?" "So they say."
"Who is the unhappy man?"
"Myself." Detroit Free Press.
Characteristics of Woman Writer.
If the theories about sex in art, the lack
of the artistic impulse in women, and all
the rest of it be true, it seems singular
that of all the women scribes who have
written under men's signatures, from
George Sand and George Eliot to John
Strange Winter, Charles Egbert Craddock
and their contemporaries, not one has been
suspected by her reviewers of being a
woman until her identity has been revealed
by her friends. Another peculiarity of the
woman writer is in her just and ss-mpa-thetic
conception of the man's character,
describing him not as god of supreme pow
er and majesty, or a villain of consummate
treachery and guilt, but rather an intensely
human, lovable creature whom it was a
delight to forgive for such sins of omission
and commission as the average man is
prone to fall into, the average woman,
Ibsen to the contrary notwithstanding,
ready to condone. New York Sun.
I'ateot Leather In Cold Weather.
To wear patent leathers in wintertime
and to keep them bright and nncracked
requires care and eternal vigilance. Rub
them when dulled with a little milk, and
when they are not in use keep them in a
warm room. Always warm slightly be
fore putting upon the feet. On very cold
days it is a good plan to leave one's patent
leathers at home, because a trip into the
atmosphere of zero will almost assuredly
cause them to crack. Stuffing the toes of
patent leather shoes with cotton will keep
them from bending and cracking. New
Making Sea Water Fit to Drink.
Electricity may yet enable us so to pu
rify sea water aa to fit it for drinking pur
poses. One of the greatest terrors that con
front the shipwrecked would be banished
by such a discovery, provided that the elec
trical apparatus could be made portable
enough to be taken off in a boat. Scienoa
The Power of Beauty.
Seated in a broker's office on the second
floor of a big business block in Broadway,
near Trinity church, the writer became in
terested and amused the other day watch
ing the behavior of a stalwart policeman,
whose chief duty for the time being was
piloting women and old men safely across
the crowded thoroughfare. The officer was
full bearded and apparently past the me
ridian of life. His manner was at all times
dignified, almost courtly, in fact. To each
feminine appeal for assistance in getting
across the street he responded politely and
uever negligently, but his method of es
corting persons from sidewalk to sidewalk
varied noticeably. For every young and at
tractive woman he had a gracious smile
and a fatherly laying on of hands that is,
he would citht.- grasp the young woman's
arm, or else permit his gloved hand to rest
gently on her shoulder as he accompanied
her across the street. In no instance did
he offer to touch an elderjy or a very plain
appearing woman. His stick, held out be
fore him like n weather vane, was apparent
ly sufficient, in his judgment, to secure safe
passage for persons who lacked the quality
of personal attractiveness. New York
Bow Milk Is Condensed.
When condensed milk was first intro
duced 30years ago, the idea was laughed at.
The inventor carried the entire daily sup
ply for New York city in a 10-quart pail,
delivering it personally to his patrons. He
died worth $7,000,000, made out of the busi
ness, which has grown to lie a gigantic in
dustry. The processes employed are very
simple, the fresh milk being put into a
great copper tank with a steam jacket.
While it is being heated, sugar is added,
and the mixture is then drawn off into a
vacuum tank, where evapoi-ation is pro
duced by heat. The vacuum tank will
hold perhaps 9,000 quarts. It has a glad
window at the top, through which the ope
rator fn charge looks from time to time.
He can tell by the appearance of the milk
when the time has arrived to shut off the
steam, and this must be done just at the
right moment else the batch will be spoiled.
Next the cond?nsed milk is drawn into 40
quart cans, which are set in very cold spring
water, where they are made to revolve
rapidly by a mechanical contrivance, in j -der
that their contents may cool evenly.
San Francisco Examiner.
He Did Sot Call.
The man who tried Dr. Sage's Catarrh 'remedy
and wss f nre of the f500 reward offered by the
proprietor for an incurable case, never called
for his money. Why not? O, because he got
cured ! lie was sure of two thing;: (1) That his
catarrh conld not be cored. (2) That he would
have that 1 500. lie la now sure of one thing, and
that i. that his catanh is pone completely. So
he is out S50", of course. The makers of Dr.
Sage's catarrh remedy have faith in their ability
to cure the wortt cases of nasal catarrh, no mat
ter of how long standing, and attest their faith by
their standing reward of (500, c Sercd for many
years y ast, for an incurable case of this loath
some and dargerons disease. The remedy is
sold by druggists, at enly 50 cents. MiUv sooth
ing, cleansing, deodorizing, antiseptic, and heal
ing. "When Baby was sick, we gav tier castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she bad CMldren, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for im
provement of the complexion, use
only Fozzoni's Powder; there is noth
ing equal to it.
Children Cry for
Couching leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
JAMES R. WAITE,
Knarrr of Waite's Celebrated Comedy 0o
Premium Band and Orchestra.
JDr. ililrm Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Yon will remember the condition I was In Cro
yn-s ago. when I vaa ailiirted with a combina
tion cf diseases, and t!.ou;-lit there was no hcls
ro rt 1 Tied a" kind-of medicine, and acores
of eminent pb vsiciaus. M y nerves were prostrated,
producing dizzine. Iieart trouble and all the ilU
iii&t make life miserable. I commenced to take
DR. MILES' NERVINE
and in three months was ptarcenr eosro.
lu mv travels each year, when 1 see the thousands
of physical wrecks, Buffering from nervous proa-
a aa imm, tration, taking prescriptions from
U 4 ll physicians who have no knowl
91 "a edge of their case, and whose death
la certain, I feel like going to them and saying.
cct on. .Mines NcaviMt- ano ac V
my (.rolession, ai aw wmm y,oera inert
aresomanysu frl JDFD flerers from
cvervork.men,--," fal Prora
tion and nervous exhaustion, brought on ty tno
character of the trU&uieca engaged In, I would
a ySurecure for all angering from these cause.
Jajus H Watt.
Sold on at Poaitlv. Guarantee.
Dn. WILES' PILLS 60 Doses 25 Ct
3 -) O0F- COCOA FOB CHNT-l
TTnrH nail w? fnr- TklrKMsf IVtllit w Cf,nnL .
One block from'Ccntral park, the lamett la Iowa.
Contractor and Builder
Plans and specifications furalehcd on all classes o work: ao asrert forWv-.i.
dins Bl'.nds, something new, stylish and de?!rab!c. "'c
A tew and Complete .Treatment, consisting of
flcppoeitories. Ointment in Oapsuls, alM in Box
and Pills; A Positive Cure for Kxternal. Blind or
Bleeding Itchine. Chronic. Recent or Ilercditiry
Piles, Feb alb weaknesses and msnv other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy has never oeen known
to fail. II per box. 6 for $6; sent by mall. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
guarantee is positivly given with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
frne sample. Guarantee lasaed by our agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acta like magic on th tomach. Liver and B.w
es; dispels oyspepsia. Biliousness, Fever. Colds,
v . t;.4..m uluanlaiitiAM 1 juc nf Annetite.
restores the complection: perfect digestion fol
iowi meir uec. (usiu.cHic iu. wt.
and Constipation. Small, mild, easy to take. Large
Vials of SO Pills 45 cents.
HARTZ A ULLMBYSR Sole Atrente Rock Isl
ana I il
B . - Dnnl JBr f
DR. SANDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT
With Clectro-Masnetlo SUSPENSORY.
Will cure without medicine all kte- rcvaltin? from
crTfr-texAtion of brain ncr-re form: exce bwm or lndi
rretion. b nerroos debility, rleepfcnsaeaa., languor.
rhMimsiJiini. kirii?T. liver and bladder com plain tA,
lame back lumbago, Bciatica. all female complaint,
trenera) ill health, etc. This electric lt contain
aiifwl lapwmfiu over all other. On Trent is
tttfftantly felt by wearer or we forfeit 000.00, and
will cure all of the above dineaaee or no par. Thou,
sands have been cured bv this marvelous invention
after all other remedies failed, and we ftivo hundreds
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Flrst-Class Day Coaches. FREE EECUMK
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Diai Cr
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Srrd
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from Manitou. Pik's Teak and all ottn
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For Tickets. Mar, FoWers. or
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