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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY", FEBRUARY 15, 1895.
Dress Makers and Seamstresses
Attend Madame Kellogg's school of Dress
' No re-fitting. No re-basting. No paste-board
chart or model, but a
Genuine Tailor System,
Such as our Merchant Tailors use. Thorough
Instructious given in the art of
Boning, Finishing, and
Lessons not limited. School open day
Uymi Illock, Second Floor, Davenport.
You Can Make
No more useful or acceptable
present to anyone than a good
Mackintosh. We have a large
Stock of Ladies. Misses, Gentle
men's and Boys. Styles, Qualities
and Trices will surely please
you. and now is the time to
make your selection.
Our Hot Water Bottles
Are the Best Made.
Remember your horse and buy
liim a good Rubber Cover. It
will pay yon.
Every thing in Rubber at the
WILSCH HAIGHT & CO.
207 Brady street, Davenport.
See our Fall
y-if fU FT Iff lis. kJU11D
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybodj
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You art
respectfully invited to call and see the lates'
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZE
BUSH'S CORN CURE
A Positive Cure
This remedy i sold under a positive guarai)tee;-nd we will cheer
fully refund the money if yon are not satisfied with the results.
Pi ilercut from any other, it will allay the pain instead of making
the foot sore. It has been tried by many, who praise it highly. YT.
can furnish testimonials if desired. Try it, and suffer no longer.
Manufactured by HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Manufacturing Pharmacist, Fifth Avenune Pharmacy,
corner Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street. Rock Island.
For sale at all shoe stores.
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PAPZB EAXQ223. C1L39XHIX2S. lie.
SHOP. 419 SeratMSth St, BOCZ ISLAND. ILL.
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For sale by Hartz ft Ullemeyer, 301
opposite Harper house.
for Corns, Warts and Bunions
PRICE 25 CENTS.
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S H. VELIE DEAD.
ery gsddealy at Holla lut
Stephen 11. Velie died suddenly at
his Moline ham about 7 o'clock last
evening of heart disease. Although
complaining of not feeling well dur
ing the dar, he attended to bis usual
duties, and evidenced no signs of an
alarming nature, until about an hour
after reaching home from his office.
when he suddenly fainted into un
consciousness, from which he could
not be aroused by the administra
tions of Irs. Dunn and Sloan, who
were hastily summoned, and died at
7 o'clock. Mr. Velie had made all ar
rangements tn leave the next morn
ing for California with his wife and
daughter. Mrs. Stuart Harper, to
spena ine winter.
A Prominent sad Progreitslv Citizen.
Mr. Velie was one of Moline's most
prominent, progressive and influen
tial citizens, both socially and com
merciallv. and his demise will be a
great los to the interests of that
city. He was an honorable, gener
ous and public-spirited man, respect,
ed by all with whom he was ever as
sociated. Beside being vice president
of the Deere Plow company, Mr. Ve
lie was interested in almost every
industry of Moline. He was born in
Dutchess county, N. Y., April 21,
Ihju, coming to Bock Island, where
he lived for five years, in 1853. He
bad been interested in the Deere
Plow company since 1863. In I860
Mr. Velie was married to Miss Emma
Deere, who, together with three sons
and one daughter, survive: Stephen
H., Kansas Citv; W. T., Moline:
Charles D.. Minneapolis, and Mrs.
Stuart Harper, of this city. He was
a member of Everts commandery, 18.
iv.. i ., oi mis citv.
The funeral will probably be held
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
Feb. 13 George D. Petcher to
John C. Irvin, part lot S, Henry
Case's sub-div., sej 2, 17, 2w, $2.31)0.
Aaomi L. and Catherine Daven
port to K. H. Uuyer. and. 2-5 sublot
3, Le Claire's Reserve, 1. 1w. $4,433.
S. H. Velie to W. L. Velie. lot 2.
block 1, Moline Water Power com
pany' add.. Moline. (1.
K." II. Guyer to S. H. Velie. nnd. i
lot 3. Le Claire's Reserve, 18, lw,
E. M. Brooks et al. to Adolph
Wcstling and Adrew Lindblom. lot
4. block 2. Brook,' Fourth add.. Rock
J. M. Gaylord to W. J. Grense
mann, e nwl 22. 19, 2e, f 3,000.
Feb. 14. Estate or Enoch E.
Adams. Claims of (i. Adams and
Adelaide V. Secord allowed.
Guardianship of minor heirs of
David Clarke. Guardian's reports
filed and approved.
Estate of Mayre M. Harris. In
ventory and appraisement bi l filed
Guardiauship of minor heirs of
James M. Montgomery. Inventory
filed and approved.
I.lrrnaed tn Wed.
Feb. 7 William E. Buschaert, Miss
Edith Mother, Milan.
John Osterlund, Miss Annie John
9 Gustaf M. Baert, Miss Huber
tina Cuyphers, Moline.
11 William Kruger, Jr.. Miss Lena
F. Krnger, Illinois City.
John H. Calsen, Coe; Miss Louisa
M. Mahlstedt. Hillsdale.
12 Charles L. Silvis, South Rock
Island; Miss Mary L. Long, Rock
13 William Newton, Miss Carrie
E. Blair, Sears.
"Men and Women" is a remarka
ble play of business and social life.
It is cast by one of Frohman'a best
companies, and will be so presented
at Harper's theatre tomorrow night.
A thoroughly first class entertain
ment is assured.
Augustus Thomas' great play.
"Alabama." will be presented at the
tsurtis, at Davenport, Saturday night.
The Gorraans in "The Gilhoolys
Abroad ' at the Burtis Sunday night.
"L-ttle deeds of V indue..
Little wont of love.
Make oar earth an Elcu,
Like the heaven above.'
Pierce'i liule "Pe let,"
Eur thines to take.
War! oS biliooa fevers.
Ard the apae .hake.
Tierce'i Pleaaanl Pellets are a OTerebrn em
for ecaUption. bilioatnc and all malaml
tronblea. 8-rallect, cheapen, eaay to take.
All persons and corporations re
ceiving income tax blanks will fill
ont same and forward to J. W. Hun
ter, internal revenue collector. Fifth
district. III., at Peoria, there being
only one onice in tne district.
George W. Viston,
Deputy Internal Collector.
"Bojal atnby Bye WhJakr
I a -Rye a la a Kra," nataral'y ripened and
free from all foteica fla-rar and adBheranaiaar
an teed pare aid over eknrea yean e ace, i icoaa
mended to the connolteear aa a aratrUorloBa arti
cle worthy of the conldeaee of tatraUdt. co-rra-1
-aeenta and tae ared. Bee that oar nana Is
blown in kettle. tU)rnea.aan bottle.
"KOTAL KUBT" POST WlBTB
pore, old and maDow, therefore beet adapted for
tsTallda. eoBTaacmra aad Uw aced. Itreetoi
cot TWalitf. tieaua trenata and a. petite, ballds
a the weak and debd'tatsd. Qaans. tl. Puna,
llcea Fatnpon honor and .Baranteedbe
ROTA I- WISE, CO, CWeana,
Par oale at Bars -r Veaa Pkaxnucy. aad by
Wmtsai Clawdenln. Valin.
WEDDED AT WATERTOWN.
Atlas Lily Babeock Married to W. S. Area-
At the home of John Babeock. at
Watertown, yesterday afternoon oc
curred the marriage of bis daughter.
Miss Lily, to W. S. Arenschield, of
Eldon, Iowa. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. A. R. Harper, of
Port Byron, in the presence of the
immediate family only. Dr. and Mrs.
George M. Babeock. of this city, be
ing present, ine bride is a daugh
ter of one of the best known and
most esteemed families of Rock Isl
and county, and the groom is an in
dustrious 'and popular engineer on
me nock island road.
A REMARKABLE COMPLAINT.
The V lone Man I'ndrmtood It Altar
lexicographer Helped Him.
They were sitting in the parlor of a
west side boose, and the conversation
was dragging somewhat. They had ex
hausted all tbs available social topics,
had taken a dip into literature by criti
cising some of the latest novels, had dis
cussed the summer resorts and the pros
pects for a good fall season, talked a bit
about the theaters, and there did not
seezn to be much left.
After aa embarrassing pause of five
minutes the girl said: "Wa have got
the funniest cook. She says the most
"Yes?" put in tba young man inter
estedly. "Yes, she is a crank about sickness.
Every day she has some new sickness.
As a matter of fact, she is a great bux
om woman, strong and healthy as can
be, but she imagines she has one foot In
"Mast keep her busy finding symp
toms." said the young man.
"Indeed it does, and some of her com
plaints are very laughable. Why, the
other day she came in and told me in
perfect seriousness that her bones were
The yocng man looked puzzled. He
laughed a little, though, and said:
"What a remarkable complaint t I don't
suppose it was true, do you? ' The young
woman '8 face took on a pained expres
sion. "I said she said her bones were
ossifying," she remarked.
"So I understood. And I asked if it
was true. "
The young woman passed her hand
wearily over her forehead. She looked
at the young man pityingly and said:
"I am afraid yon do not yet understand
the drift of my remark. I said the cook
came to me and told me that her bones
were ossifving. "
The young man bit his mustache. "I
fully understood what you said. Miss
Brown," ho replied. "I think, too, that
I gather the meaning of the remark.
Still I do not suppose that, except in
rare instances, such things do occur.
She put both hands to her brow this
time, smiled a bit and abruptly changed
Half an hour later the young man
paused on his way to his room and hunt'
ed np a dictionary. He turned nervous
ly to the O's, found O's and ran his fin
ger down the column until he came to
"ossify." Then he threw bis hands into
the air and shrieked, "Great Scott, and
I didn't know that ossify means to turn
And he hasn't called on Miss Brown
since. Buffalo Express.
Traveler Mast Be Ci
In some parts of the southern states.
where, happily lor them, the people
are not in such a ceaseless hurry as peo
ple are in the nervous north, no one
thinks of exacting punctuality from
railroad trains. They take them when
they come, and arrive when they get
there, and are content
A fretful Yankee drummer, who, at a
country railway station, had been fum
ing because a train had not arrived an
hour after schedule time, received a
lesson in patience from an elderly coun
tryman who came in with his gripsack
and asked the station master:
"What time do the train for Savan
nah git here, boss?''
"Somewhar 'bout nightfall," answer
ed the stationman.
"An what time do she git ter Savan
nah?" "Somewhar 'bout m awn in. '
Then the countryman, perfectly satis
fied with the information, folded his
legs in a corner and settled down to an
hour or more of philosophical comfort
Don't Tobacco Kptt or nenoKe Toar Life
is the truthful, startling title of a
book about No-To-Bac, the harm
less, guaranteed tobacco habit cure
that braces np nicntinized nerves.
eliminates the nicotine poison,
makes weak men gain strength.
vigor ana mannood. Yon run no
physical or financial risk, as No-To-Bac
is sold by T. H. Thomas under a
guarantee to cur 'or money re
funded. Book free. Address Ster
ling Remedy Co., New York or Chi
Are Taw Ever Annoyed
by a buzzing or roaring sound in
your neaar nave yon difficulty in
hearinsr distinctlv? " Are von trou
bled with a continual dropping of
wucuui, irritating ine mroai ana
causing yon to cough? Is your
breath unpleasantly affected and ac.
companied with bad taste? Is your
hearing less acute? If so. you have
catarrh and should at once procure a
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, the best
known remedy. The Balm will give
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton $7 50
Discount for cash, per ton 25
Cannel coal per ton 6 00
Indiana block per ton 4 00
Kentucky lump per ton 4 25
Cartage added ca less than ton or
ders. E. O Fkazeb.
Cable. Feb. 14. A. P. Petrie. of
New Windsor, 'was on onr streets
Tuesday, looking after his congres
sional ambition by having a confab
with the leading republicans.
Jobn Brown, of Uiichnst, was on
onr streets Monday.
donn cmniund, of Aledo, was on
onr streets Monday.
M. D. Tomlinson took a car load of
hogs np to Chicago last Friday.
The ladies of the P. M. church are
preparing for a bazar at the opera
hor Easter Monday.
Richard Wilson and Miss Tillic
Martin, of Coal Vallev, visited
friends here last Sunday.
The mail was delayed last Monday
by engine No. IS breaking down be
tween Reynolds and Taylor Ridge.
Cable was well represented at the
Orange social Tuesday evening.
About sixty persons went from here
There was a surprise rjartv at Mr.
and Mrs. Gnrnev Farrow's Wednes
day evening, and everybody' had a
Bert Dixon, who nas ocen in tne
employ of the Cablegram, left here
last Saturday for Aiicnigan, wnere
will join his father and help him run
George Lynde and Mary Kowe were
united in marriage Wednesday even
ing, the 13th. at the borne of the
groom's parents. Rev. Trenery offici
ating. Only relatives were there.
Mrs. Mary Schroeder received a
telegram Monday, stating that her
daughter. Mrs. George Summerson,
of Coal Valley, was very sick. Mrs.
Scbroedcr and her son Thomas drove
over Monday afternoon.
McGowen & Busby's theatrical
troupe presented the play of "Ten
Aignts in a liar Koom," at tne opera
house here last Monday evening
to a good house, and with satisfac
tiod to both the audience and them
selves. Don't Uo
coughing around. You can stop it
if you want to by using Parks' Cough
Syrup. It it doesn't cure you, you
can get your money back. Sold by
Hartz Ac Liiemever.
You say a collar and cuff that are
And perspiration will not affect them?
And when dirty you need only wipe
them off with a wet cloth or sponge f
Wonderful I How are they made?
A linen collar covered on both sides
with waterproof "Celluloid." Looks
exactly like a linen collar.
Is it the only waterpi, " dollar and
cuff made i
No, but it is the only one made with
the linen interlining and consequently
the only one that can give entire satis
faction, because it is the best.
How can I know that I get the right
Because every piece is stamped aa
Inquire for that and refuse anything
else, or you will be disappointed.
Suppose my dealer does not have
He probably has, but if not, send
direct to us. enclosing amount. Col
lars 25c, Cuffs 50c. State size, and
whether collar wanted is stand-up or
THE CELLULOID COMPANY.
dCT-ttg Broadway, HEW YORK,
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it ha9
upon it a line walnut, elm,
back berry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON.
Boom 21, Mitchell ft Lynda Block.
TOMKO m oooos
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc, may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
IS m. oa week days For Gen
tlemen From p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a.m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electrio aad Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time daring business hours.
Gymaaaium eoaaected with bath .
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
lightly used. The many, who lire bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Svrup of Fig
Its excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fip is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Uo. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the nanc, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if ofiered.
7 Per Cent Loans.
AS SAFS AS
The following is a partial
list of completed gilt-edged
first mortgage loans on hand.
which we offer for sale, sub
ject to previous selections,
for their face and accrued
interest. These loans have
been carefully selected by
us. and are first-class in
every respect. They are all
7 pes cent net to the inves
tor. We have many other
. loans to offer, if these are
not in amounts to suit the
1 be securities we offer are
especially adapted for the
investment of savings and
trust funds, as our personal
attention to all the details of
the loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieves the hold
er from all annoyance except
a to present his coupon to us
. for collection. For further
information call at the of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. BOTH, gnpt. Loan Department.
III ALIO lOUt Bar.
rro loraotfcoaaore Braaha ta SO Ban.
powerfully and quickly. Curoa when all other
taiL Y un? men will refjatn their tost mannood
and ola men will recover their youthful vima
by using; VITALIS. It quickly nnd surely re
store Nervousness, Lout Vitality. Impotency,
Nightly Emissions, lost Power, Falling Mem
ory, Wasting Diseases, and all effects of self
abuse or excess and Indiscretion. Wards off
Insanity and consumption. Insist on baring
VITALIS, no other. Can be carried In vest
pocket. By mail. Sl.ee per package, or alz for
la.Se, witk a peaKIra written gearaat. la ran
ar refand the anaey. Circular free. Address
uui iarj r, I sli aaa IB.
For axle at Hock Island by Harirr fw-ase Ffear
BMCT nd wtl'tifi, (tewteetn. nrl(rM. Motfae.
RASMUSSEN, FREE CO.
Have just receired a beautiful lot of Gold Bow Knot Frames, which
are being given away with erery order for their best Cabinet
Photos. Remember that they make the finest work at lowest
prices. For example.
Cabinet Photos as low as $1 per doz.
And Three-quarter Life-Size Crayon Portraits at $2.50.
Frame included. Don't entrust vour valuable originals to atrane-
Bring them direct to the
Don't delay if you want your portraits
arpef s Theatre,
J E. Montrose,
Monday, Feb. 18.
BY MRS. GEXEVRA
The most noted soprano of Chicago.
Mrs. Jolmatone-Blebop baa a rare roice of
a hUra rrgt.ier. nndrr .plei did control, aad
aa. I al command of it tn tferilla and ceeeen
do pajangr. Mra. Bit bow haa woe aer way
into tne ae.rt.of tbe cblcnc i people, and Is
f really admired as a ladjanl a stager.
Lbi-ao later Uceaa
Mra. Blahop will be aaaiafed br noma of tae
beet maatcal talrnt of ock Is aad
eeaerred teat at Harrier boaae Phanoarv SM.
day morning-, Feb 15. ftcketa 90 and 74 cents.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Saturday Night Feb. 16.
BELASCO & DeMILLE'S
"DE1I Al Ml"
Dirtciian cf Mr. rroomsn.
A Play of
160 Nights in 150 Nights In
New York. Chioago.
See the Great Midnight Meeting
of the Bank Directors.
Price., ti. 50, Tic and $L Beat, oa sale Feb
J. E. Montrose. Manager.
Wednesday Nieht. Feb. 20
AmuZS5Ztm Sadie Martinot
Enprorted by MAX FIOM AN and Mar
raat. In B. f. Mtpheuoa and Wow
Prior. 25, SO, 75c and tl. Beau on sals Feb.
Burtis Opsra Hoase,
Saturday, February 16.
Another great success one
performance only. The fa
mous New York Company
in Augustus Thomas' mas
A story of the South, (.resent' d by Its
great o igi al ctmpeny. The same
was seta here last season.
"Tie bent American play yet written."-CM-'
cao Tribane. '
Tbe tort of play a voang nun likes to use -al
young risi- r to free - Henry Watleiaoa la
LoniaT lie eorier Journal.
w ats at Fin ifi Wedneadsr morning. Tel. SO.
Prices- Si 00, Tie. 50c and IOC
Burtis Opsra House,
Sunday Eveniog, Feb. 17.
The World's Greatest Comedians and
JOHN. JAMES and GEORGE,
Iste of Gorman's Minatrrla,
In the new musical comedy.
Th GILHOOLYS ABROAD"
An excellent company of Comedians.
Singers and Pretty Girls.
Seat on aale rrl ar mornlag. Teleptooe Sa
gallery, and sare agents1 commia-
HASIXTJSSE2T, FREE Co.