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THE ARGUS, -WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAKY 28, 1894.
I tlio lest remedy for
all compkmu peculiar
Ask yonr Drnfjglst, " " '
or stud to na, for our
LADIES' 31 EPICAL BOOK.
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tO-Wm MCOKINK CO.,
Our Pnpse In Advertising
is to let everybody who buys clothiPR that's all Man
hind h-r about know that cur suitings are in, and
taat th finest ever displayed ia the city. Yon are :ev
I'MCtrully InTited to call and the latest in patterns
and prjlfs, in fall and winter wear.
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('ail and leave joar order
tT4E Block Orrcsm Bitm Honsic
X7ATICTCAZ CRACKER CO.,
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
1 las the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOND AVENUE.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vina Street POCK ISLAKD.
LATEST NOVELTIES IS
CAX BE 8EU AT
E. F. DORX,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1823 SECOND AVE.
Harper Honss Block.
uisfosii jf anas m -sm,
A Tntif Omrer r,-nim.
American Catarrh Cure.
TVa AarrVaa Cslarrk Car U the ratal! of C
frara tne iad Imiwit of lb dwrata. Out
lattr raa.lmra tb Mil kratlral. It . t
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tfaraa mammt . Intxacat j lb B ,k- aVat
aa1 Iwrraa a tar alia Hr. Prbwad noi. V?
rl iam, M. i Kert, KHnia Mraat!
miXalpaU. ai W aa;warr for II
bat all JaaLd. m at. a .
acaaatoagrai,ta4M XU.taaatb tUaatj
Mr. A. U. Ilcrtzber. the Popnlar
oiemniDoat cnpineer, with the
-Van Sftnt A Musscr Tran
He Kxprecs Himself as Well IHcaacd
mia me ireatment of lrs.
Stackhoar and Daniel
Which Brought About
His Recent Re
covery. For hnadrerfa nl miiu .. 1
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aown the MlHMiHsinn! fivn !..
. I I UIB
point, there are few men better
-"" " vr more Highly eateemed
than Engineer A. M. HerUtberg. of
the Van Snnt & Mmur T.
tion eompany. The statement that
ur. ii. riiiK-rg maKes public in these
columns today - poxxosa a pecular in
terest, and i of utmost importance
to thousands of rosiilcni nf ti.o ti..
cities and their environments.
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ENGINEER A. 51. IIF.KT7.BERO.
For a long time." said Nfr. ITertr.
bcrg, -I have experieiu-ed a great
deal of trouble from catarrh in iu
most severe form. My eyesight be
came aftVetod, and mv 'eves were at
times watery and very wreak. I had
more or less headache nearly all the
time, with occasional attacks of diz
ziness. My hearing for the past year has
been rery bad, and was constantly
growing worse. I had throat troub
les, too, that were very annoying.
The frequent reports of cures jier
foriucd by lrs. Stackhouse and Dan
iel in cases where other physicians
had failed, induced nie to "take a
course of treatment "at their insti
tute. From the very lir.t 1 U-gan to
improve. My progress has ever
since continued stcadilr and without
interruption. To say that I am well
pleased with the re.-'uits of their sue-ccs-ful
treatment in my case does
not sufficiently express the high es
teem in which I hold those phvi
cians and their methods. I am more
than pleased, and am glad to recom
Mr. Ilcrtzberg has always resided
in IavenKrt nmi Let'laire, in the
same county. His home at present
is at LeClairc.
$5 a Month.
FoTtrr:mrnt. mflc'n- and n-rvlrca in a!1
a-aof ilnrrli or k-mlr cl ai'men-a. iherr t ao
c anri In ricm-nlSJi month at the Hiach n-e
WrUl-i.1 InotilntR. At lhl Mw mtr ia ili-ili:.l
tvarTIMnir n-cxK-arr to . tr jel th i-ueh cure.
TKEATMEXT IJY MAIL.
Writ fur rvmptom h'nnk and partlnilara nf
Vm. Mat-lib o -r and Ikink-r T't-tn rf home
trrntn-rnt fir tut-- whu c Boot conveniently
vlrlt them at tucir offlt-w.
Stackhouss Medical Institute,
UUBINE STACKIIOUSE, M. D.
JOSEI'II A. DANIEL, M. D.
SPSOI ATI S3 Catarr'i, Atlhm i. Iti-tca.c of
the Ere, Ear. Ntmo, Th oit nnd Lure. Ncnrnoi
DiaML-, l'-lood tud Skin Ulnraws. Cbmaic 1'
vatea. Office n-nni-a. m. t li m . to i and 7 to b
o. ai. ; Snndavs. tt to 6 p. m. only .
P.ooms 17 and IS Whitaker Building.
(Flint Floor. Take tl.a Elevator.)
SOCTUWEST CUKN'F.B ItltAKY AND THIRD
DAVESTOnT, - - IOWA.
Permationt'T rstnbl!;heil. ccntra'lr lociud.
Parties desiring to build the com
ing season will do well to call at our
office before making their arrange
ments. We will htiilil houses for
parlies bttving lots from us, either in
our addition, or the Columbian park
addition, and accept reimbursements
for the house on the monthly install
ment plan. We can save you from
100 to :tt)0 on all contracts made
before the building season opens.
We hare several new houses we will
sell at reasonable prices, and easy
terms. Baktii & Baiicock,
.Dentists, 1724 Second avenue.
lte1 of a Itatitard.
CELINA, t., Kb. L'8. Jttctib Kissinger,
who lives near the little village of St. Kl
vidc, O., w bile Kitting an armful of woud
from bis wouilliuusa notice a lurue iiIuk in
one euil f a slick. lntiisitivenes K-d
bun to split it M-n. ilu fotiuu that it
wns hollow a;id coiituiue-l n lurixn uunutitjr
of powder and shot. The churne was
uenvy enough to have liouc creut duiu-
Vben Baby iraa atck, wo Rnro or oaatnria.
nx-a. fha W3S a CUikl. al cried for Caataria.
TThrn the became STlas aha clitng to Castoria,
Wban aba had CUUfco, aba gaiw tlaeai Caator is
Children Cry for
CrtHc'ren Cry for
ChUdrcr Cry for
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Money to loan oa real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson Hurst's.
Mrs. J. F. McKibben and daughter
are visiting relatives at Muscatine.
A genuine steel engraving with
every part of The Ahgcs art series.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 2:90; the
The monthly installment plan will
buy dwellings in choice street car
neighborhoods. Price from $650 to
$1,600 E. II. Guyer.
The Rock Island has reduced the
California rate from Rock Island to
$-19.75 for the round tri p, or $29.2i
one way, to take effect M arch 1.
Frank Ryan desires to express his
gratitude to all friends and neigh
t ors for their acts of kindness and
evidences of. sympathy in his late
The honest public sentiment of the
people of the United States is unani
mously in favor of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. The dealers pronounce it to
be the only standard congh remedy.
City Collector L. M. Buford gives
notice that the time for paying the
special paving assessments is almost
up. and that in order to prevent
trouble and expense, all such assess,
ments should be paid by March 15.
Conflicting opinions have now
arisen ns to the cause of the death of
E. W. Briggs at the St. James hotel
at Davenport Monday morning, two
physicians who examined the stom
ach and heart of the deceased now
holding that death was due to par
alysis. Here is a thought that strikes the
Chicago Inter Ocean in connection
with the Wiman affair: 'The Inter
Ocean is proud of the fact that when
all the man's friends and neighbors
acted the part of the priest and In
vito who went by on the other side,
a citizen of Illinois, Charles II.
Deere, of Moline, came ta his relief.
Bail was lixed unusually high, but
Mr. Deere deposited actual money to
the full amount of it as a guarantee
that when needed the accused would
appear for trial All honor to the
good Samaritan of the prairie.'
(las meters on the drop. a-nickcl-in-the-slot-plan
are the latest. They
are just the thing for the prudent
father with marriageable daughters
to introduce in the interest of econ
omy. The meters arc so arranged
that they will furnish gas equivalent
to the amouut and no more. The
'old mas' could drop a nickel in
the slot and the light would go out
in the parlor when the gas to that
amount had been burned. But it is
a question w bother the young men
go out when the gas did. He would
would doubtless be well pleased with
I'.MIr l.tlnler'a New P!:.y.
The Fttece8 that Doris." Efiie
Ellsler's new play is meeting w ith.
is evidence with "what satisfaction
play-goers regard the appearance of
this favorite actress iu a new role.
Miss Kllsler has secured a play that
has hit the popular taste, cud" it is
said to possess dramatic elements of
unusual strength. Its success has
been substantial as well as artistic.
Of Miss Ellsler's merits it seems un
necessary to speak. She is recog
nized as being one of the greatest
emotional actresses on the stage;
effective, yet quiet, in action, al
ways natural, she gives to her im
personations an appearance of real
ism as satisfactory as they are ar
tistic. The company leaves" little t,o
e desired. Frank Weston, an actor
of reeognized nbiliiv, is the Dr.
Brian O'Neil of the" cast. Robert
Drouet, who is the author of the
drama, is the young 'Squire Kenneth,
and reports spi?ak well of his work in
both capacities. C. W. Cou block,
the veteran actor, appears in the role
of tho rector. Rev. Edward Merri
good, and the other members are all
well known and capable people. Miss
Ellsler's engagement at Harper's
theatre Saturday night will bean
unusually satisfying one.
Things Hock Island People Ought to do.
To pave Seventeenth street.
To read The Altars every day.
To stir up the public building mat
ter. To build more substantial business
To help the new base ball organ
ization. To agitate the new court house
To continue the street paving im
provements. To strike for the union depot while
tho iron is hot.
To reorganize the Citizens' Im
Tba Maatara Iaralld
Has tastes medicinally, in keeping
with other luxuries. A remedy must
bo pleasantly acceptable in form,
purely wuolesome in composition,
truly beneficial in effect and entirclv
free from every objectionable qnal-tj-
H really ill he consults a phy
sician; if constipated lie uses the
gentle family laxative. Syrup of
Actias Crtraenmr r.ltl Honor, a Ite,,tiliUoa
Springfield. His., Feb. .. A a ing Uov
ernor GiU honored the lequi.ui. n of the
covernorof Iowa f,r David Gilte, Jr.,
outer arrest at llaucixk county and who
is wanted in Louisa, la., for burglary and
"O other medicine ha ennalnd
Hood's Sarr-apariUa in the relief it
gives in severe cases of dyspepsia,
sick headache, etc
Feb. 26. William Clark to Wil
liam II. Lyford. s lot ft, and n lot
6, block 6, Port Byron, $560.
Annie Bork, by attorney, to Mo
line Plow company, cf lot S, block
17. Old Town of Moline, $7,500.
Crescnzia Geiger to Sophia Bark,
hard, lot 6, block 59, Chicago or
Lower add.. Rock Island. $1,000.
Feb. 26. Estate of Dewit T. Ellis.
Report and resignation of Jennie - El
lis tiled and approved, and resigna
tion accepted. Letters of adminis
tration d. b. n. issued to Charles H.
Brandenburg. Bond filed and ap
proved. Insanity of Sarah J. McConnell.
Petition filed by James II. McCon
nell. Xo warrant. Drs. George L.
Eyster and J. E. Asay appointed a
commission to examine patent and
report on ellcgatiqns of petition.
Report of commissioners filed, find
ing said Sarah J. McConnell insane,
and recommending that she be com
mitted to a hospital for the insane.
Ordered that Sarah J. McConnell be
committed to the Central Insane hos
pital as a private patient.
It is yonr duty to yourself to get
rid of the foul accumulation in your
blood this spring. Hood's Sarsapa
rilla is just the medicine you need to
purify, vitalize and enrich your
blood. That tired feeling which af
fects nearly every one in the spring,
is driven out by Hood's Snrsaparilla,
the great spring me:uicine and blood
Hood's pills become the favorite
cathartic with everyone who tries
Harpef s Theatre,
J. I. Montrose. 5lnavr
Saturday ITight, March 3.
The Distinguished American Actress
r. W. fOULBO K,
And Si ccial-y Sel c el Coirpary, PiesmtlnS
for the First time in toe city,
Uy Bob.rt llrunt-L
The Seasons Greatest Dramatic
riiocs $1.00,75, 50 mna2T.c Scuts 01 f'e March
Burtis Opera House,
!n;dNMo5DAY5March4 and 5.
THE GREAT BIG HIT
Introducing the world Famous
SJJC Thf Amn Im; CaTiiqe Hide,
L 1 he 1 evolving Ship.
Ttirca $1. 75, 50. and S5s. Sea! at Fiuke's
f riiay miming. T lcitaone SO.
Burtis Opera Kcsse,
Special Engagement -
Friday Night, March 2.
The Distinguished Tragedian,
In His Grand Impersonation of
Just after h 4-wocIm n-cc ot ttie Schiller
No advance in prices.
Prices tl.CO, 75. 50 and sric.
Sccnre teita now at Finkc'a
Save money by buying yonr decor
ated and plain crockery ware, glass
ware, fancy goods, tin ware, cutlery
and everything in the line of kitchen
furnishing goods at
IS18,WTtdrAva, a W cant atata.
CUPID CARRIES COMFORT.
with you by buying a nice new parlor suit from us.
W. S. HOLBROOK'S,
1C3, 105, 10? E. Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Tele bona 418
THEY ALL WEAR SHOES.
How to fit their little feet and fit them
Right has been our great
To enable us to do that we carry the largest as
sortment of children's and infants shoes to be found
in any store.
A key given with every purchase.
Cor. Second and Harrison Sts.
The Young .America
And All-Xight Lunch Counter.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Eose House.
Residence. 410 Seventh street
SEIVEBS & ANDEESON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter WoTk Done.
Qen'ral Jobalng doae os short notice and laiaaraetioa rtintrtina.
TSI TVatUti. IttaMt.
B. P; DeGEAR,
Contractor eincL Builder,
Office and Shop 225 Eighteenth Street
BOCK ISLAND. ILL
aV-UkSwte f Oarpeater wort a ndalty. Plan, aid eatiaaiaa for an klnda of aalkhaa
C. J. W. SCHREIl-JER,
Contractor and Builder,
U11U23 Fault STaBae. Ruttaaea tOt ttoartfc areaaa.
nm, tad etaawsa of rk ; ala, tt for WUXrl Patent.
inside bttdiaa- H)iiiaoaaBting aaar. at) ilah aad aaairabla '
ROCK ISLABD UX
WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
CHEAT SAVING RESULTS FROU THE USE Of
Get your wife a little
present from our Furniture
store. It will surely please.
We have no cupidity for
your money. A little of 'it
works wonders in your deal
ings with us. What makes
the- house a home? That
which goes in it. Mainly
FURNITURE. Have you
seen our new Parlor Goods?
Artistic and good, but very
CHEAP. Consumate crea
tions of cute workmen.
Make love comfortable
210 Se-renteentH St.