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THE ARGU8. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1895.
WITH A REPUTATION,
the result of A (teen years' experience in bicycle building sold with a food
guarantee, backed by financial strength and Integrity,
'AND YOU RUN NO RISK.'
hinosomc catalogue race
McCABE BROS., Agents for Rock Island.
1720, 1722, 1724, 1726 and 1728 Second Avenue.
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery. I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius J urge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottied at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Call For Rock 1
Brewing; Co. Weer.
Mackintoshes, Rubber Cloth
ir, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Horse Covers, Buggy Aprons,
Gloves, Mittens, Door Mats,
Matting. Hot Water Bottles,
Bulb and Fountain Syringes,
Bed Pans, Cushions, Sheeting,
A Riilte Store
WILS02T HEIGHT & CO.
207 lirady street, Davenport.
Cwarrk Basraaatleoe Darts tha Farty
Day a Abatlaeace.
The Lenten Reason of 40 day' ab-
! stinence began with Ash Wednesday,
j For the observance by the people of
the Soman Catnoucs tne ioiiowing
rnles have been laid down:
1. All the days of Lent are fast
ing, except the Sundays.
i. All persons who have com
pleted their 21st year, unless legiti
mately dispensed, are obligated to
keep the fast. Custom allows a cup
of coffee, tea, or chocolate, with a
J 1 8?
JOPX M. TARIUVX.
BKKXT A.. PARI DO II
PARIDOItf S SOW
Painters and Decorators
FATSB E&X3S2S, etc.
SHOP. 419 SmatttBth St, ISLAT3. ILL.
Ti at tX mil.
irtj. 14 ml.i.i
V.w vrmri V.tl bMv.wniiii , wk So rt with SI1 I mm
1 Inroluat.rT Centra (rem iTC3t;-f. If srrl t. li'iMa
IkaL KCWCiSS OO- CiaMlol.bie.
For sale by T. H. Thomas. Iruggist. sole agent. Rock Island. 111.
tmall piece of bread, to be taken in
the morning. In the evening a col
lation, not exceeding the fourth part
of an ordinary meal is allowed.
3. By dispensation, the use of
flesh meat is allowed at the princi
pal meal Mondays, Inesuavs, inurs-
days and Saturdays, except the Sat
urday in Ember week and the Satur
day id Holy week.
4. The use of lish and flesh-meat
is not allowed at the same meal dur
t. All under 21 years of age,
those who are engaged in hard wortc.
the bick and convalescent, and per
sons who cannot fast without serious
njury to their health, are exempt
from the fast, l'ersons excused from
fasting on account of tender age,
hard labor and sickness, are not re
stricted to the use of flesh meat at
only one meal on the days on whic
it is allowed. Those who entertain
any reasonable doubt abont their ob-
ligation to fast or abstain ought to
apply te their pastors for advice or
b. rue time Tor luim.ing tne ras-
chal is extended in this diocese from
the first Sunday in Lent to Trinity
Tne Epueopai morcn.
A prominent Episcopal clergyman
ofters the following counsel to the
members of his church, as to their
attitude toward worldly pleasures
luring the continuance of the sacred
1. Refrain absolutely during Lent
from a'l secular amusements and fes
tivities. Attend no parties, re op
tions or plays under any circuui
stances. No excuse can justify a vi
olation of this rale. It is saa to say
but there are many of your professed
friends who will take delight in ask
ing von to loin in something which
thev assure you there will be no
harm,'" merely for the sake of glory'
ng in your inability to say "no.
Be on your guard.
Be seen at no place or amusement
of any kind during Lent, also; will
you keep your self-rcspct and save
your church from the reproach of
Z. . Undertake some substantial
useful reading during Lent. Try to
improve your time by improving
your mind. Take the time von usu
ally spend in calls and social amuse
ment and give it to good reading.
The world is full of it. Avoid the
trashy and useless, and choose some
thing worth while.
S. Try this Lent resolutely to un
dermine some bad babit and put
virtue in its place.
4. Avoid unnecessary commotion
of eveiy kind. Jf you have a con
tention with anyone, try and settle
it; if vou are at enmity with any
one, do your part toward reconcilia
5. Deny yourself something. Give
np some luxury, some gratification
The denial will be the best of train
ing and will increse vour strength of
will and self control. It may Le onl
a little thing, comparatively insig
nificant, in which you deny yourself,
but the strength you gain by it may
keep you some other time from a far
greater sin. Take what you save by
your denial and do some good with
it. tive it lor your fcaster ouenn
or minister with it to the poor and
6. On each day of Lent attend at
least one service in church, unless
hindered by an unavoidable dcten
lion. Make other things keep out of
the way of your service each day
Fmtinte. or as her family callel her. Van. had
loet ber beaa an4 the was afraid she never wou
be paired. She hated the thought of be
tog tliglx all ber life. One day the hw in
store window the sign. "Fans Repaired.'
Laughingly she Mid to a friend. ''There la hope
formevrt. I may be re-piired. "Ofourse
yoa mar," raid her friend, -if yon win take Dr.
Pieioe's Favorite Prescription, taat wonderful
cure of woman's complaints and tone up your
sys'em. Do yon wonaer your beaa left J on when
he foand y e always complaining, looking pale as
a ghost and all that? Young men won't knaw
truly harness theaise' ves for life to a walking
corpse or a peripatetic infirmary. Take tfce rem
edy and ret welL." Fan did, and has been satis.
facto rily re-paired. For nursing mothers or those
abont to become mother?, "Favorite Tiescrlp
tion' Is a pr c 'less boon, for it lcsrr;s tie pains
and pcr.Is of cbilubirih, shortens labor, promotes
the st-crvtion of an abundant of noarWbment foe
the ch id and shortens the period of confinement
For Oyer fifty Tear
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup has
been used for children teething.
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is tne best remedy for di arret a
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
fnsaramw Association Cloaeel.
Des Moines, la., March L Auditor of
State McCarthy has notified Attorney
Gfncral Kemiey to proceed and clcwo up
the ofhcfs of the Anicrir-ui Central Acci
Jt nt association, with V. S. Richmond
inauoctT. the association havin - fallen be
low the 3.10 required for nicnilcrship un
der the slate laws.
27 Herbert Bothell to Elizabeth
Bothell, part ontlot 24, George Mil
ter's subdiv. Bock Island 1.
lit enseal twWedU
Feb. 23. Edward R. Hasson, Dav
enport; Miss Lnola B. Mohr, Rock
25 Jacob Baltzer, Miss Minnie
Magrnm, Rock Island.
D. C. Hessman, Miss Mattie T.
27. A. A. Smith. Watcrtown: Miss
Cora E. Grandy, Moline.
Meigs Lrickson, miss js. siatceiy,
Beniamin Gee. Mrs. Elizabeth E.
Bilger. South Moline.
28. George Kadel. Miss Johanna
Will G. Cooley, Port Byron; Miss
May Reynolds, Coe.
Emery L. Munsell, Mrs. Eliza
Whitten, Oxford, Iowa.
M. fSf)Stmrry n v iii,-. m - a aaTinimrinti ni all mt
S.k TstatatlT. Cr.mra ar t-r Llsi UAairlVif 11 .. r.ib
Catfi FT I. rirlfl'lfi iriiiiiiMai.i iiimi.,,miiii..i ii in. m.iw . I ,m p j' In IIT Rt-hc.r
i C , ) . Ijwh tViacpapM. Inmiiity, EahMML.a druut .ted liwrf smrot l-
v SSi jV pjSv'wu MtMt cno.'ue oiv f.ic Rrnir Ui-i, mnd Brw. fc. quick;, rtlf
of I.utaiv A ctrmt NrKVE laTVlC mm hLOnn Ht ILJM K. hfiP-fiTr
w . V v Mm mm mmrmmmi ami iYiorin r m w x- ....
VA I --- I i". I. SI. we r boi e ti sa t- ritlrw L mm i Mt.. tmrmr mm
k T'f - T T TTTm ntmmm twe .mf. 1A4; Umm. jpufifc aerve Siraie Cwwwa asya, acs aeea.
Far sale bv Hartz & Ullemever, SOI Twentieth street.
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guar'
anteed to cure piles and constipa
tion. or money refunded. Fifty cent
per box. Seud stamp for circular
and free sample to Martin Rudy
Lancaster. Pa. For sale by T. H
Thomas and Hartz & iiahnscn. dru
gists, Rock Island. III.
A Mew Baelnees Hosss,
A valuable acquisition to Rock Isl
and's business houses is the new
house furnishing firm of Allen, Myers
& Co., which has opened in the store
room formerly occupied by Baker &
Housman, 1821 Second avenue. Tues
day. The store has been remodeled
throughout, and stocked with a fine
and large assortment of new goods.
including the famous Jewel stoves
and ranges and gasoline stoves, the
exclusive agency of which this farm
has. The firm is also prepared to do
steam fatting, sheet iron work, hav
ng abundant material and experi
enced workmen. Their lines of cut
lery, refrigerators, wooden and gran
ite ware, and in tact everytning use
ful in the kitchen, are of the best
quality and worthy of inspection,
in keeping witn otner moaern lm
provements a new elevator nas oeen
placed in tne building. rea x.
Myers, who Is manager of the new
iirm, is an old Koct island county
boy, having been a former resident,
and only asks a fair and impartial
inspection of bis goods.
Dr. K. R. Miller's Vials.
.Next Thursday will be the occa
sion of Dr. K. ks. Miller s regular
monthly visit to our city. For a pe
riod of more than three years he has
made these regular visits, and he has
bad patients from every section of
this county who attest to his great
skill in the cure of chronic diseases,
Still there are others afflicted, those
who have chronic ailments from the
effects of which they have suffered
for years. It is quite probable that
they could be restored to health, so
that they could enjoy life and be hap
py, if provided witn propor medicine.
As Dr. Miller haci r d so many such
afflicted in this county, it is quite
probable that those now deseased
most of them, at least could be cured
by his treatment. Call and consult
with him; he'll not charge you un
less you put yourself under his treat
February Police Bastneas.
following is Chief Sextons re
port of arrests made during the
month of February: State cases, 11
city cases, 12; total number of ar
rests. 23. Larceny, 5; forgery.
drunk, 5; beating hotel bill, 1; disor
deny conduct. 3: vagrancy, s; as
sanlt and battery, 1; burglary.
horse-racing, S. Amount of lines and
fees collected by Magistrate Wil
liam F. Schroeder, f 27.''5; tail bill,
$3.20; number of lights out, 1 for
8 hours; tramps lodged, 180.
Wagon business number of runs,
14; box calls. 4; telephone calls, 10
false wagon cans, 1; false telephon
cails. 3; number of miles run, 33
number of ambulance calls, 4.
Anybody who knows a good thin
will be on band this evening when
Bob Billiard, as he is familiarl
called, comes to tne tiranrt opera
house, Uavenport, as 4,Dick Swift,
in "Lost 24 Hours." Mr. Hilliard
is a handsome, dashing and peerless
comedian and has won his way to the
topmost round of tne ladder by earn
est, meritorious and thorough hard
work. "Lost 24 Hours," in which
he appears, is just one great big
laugh from the rise to the fall of the
curtain. Not a man. woman or child
should miss this opportunity, as the
moral oi tne play is a good one and
presents a lesson which evcrvone
TRAIN HELD UP NEA3 DALLAI."
a4.es Retwrnina; from a nartina; Pray
tor Frotectioa from the Uaaitita.
DALLAS, Tex., Mar. 1 At 8 o'clock p.
n. the north-bound Houston and Texas
Central train, as it stopped nt the Inter
section of the Missouri, Kansas and
Texas, five miles north of here, was held
np by seven highwayman, who covered
the engineer with six shoitert. Th;-y
then forced a porter to uncoupled the
train from the engine bagsrvre nnl ri- i
press cars. Three of the robbers then
stepped Into the cab nnd foreoj the eiiRia- !
eer to pull a distance of hnif a ruiio.
They then sot into the express car, but
got no money, the only thins of value
taken being the messenirer's pistoL After j
shootiug away the headlight they ordered
the engineer to back away, and he
bucked. On the train was a party of la
dies, returning from the Moody meet in i.
being hold here. They all went to pray
ing, one of them leading with, "O, Lord,
Thou who rescued Uanii'l from the lion's
den, deliver us. we beseech Theo. from
the hands of these bandits." A man, giv
ing the name of N. K. Cawtlinrue, has
been arrested as a suspect.
Result of the Terrible Kaplostoa In the
White Ash t'olliery.
Los Cerhillos, X. M. Mar. 1. It Is
believed that all the victims of the White
Ash mine explosion have been taken out
of the mine. Tho dead number twenty-
five and the injured eighteen, some of
Whom may die. The names of the wound
ed are not known, as they were taken to
their homes as fast as removed from the
miue and no record was made of their
names in tho excitement. Lata at night
eleven of tho miners wero discovered hud
dling together m one drift where they had
been overcome by the gas. The list of tho
dead is as follows: J. B. Donajiue,
pit boss; Johnnio Bock, trap
per; Sam Hanlesty, Ellingsworth,
Roy Phillips, illiam Jones, Jam Jones,
W. T. McCnrt, Tom Whitey, John Swee
ney, John E.itlioruo, Tom Holliday, Jules
Desirant and sons Henry and Louis, An-
geio Kuffati. Kichnrd Dciro, Kmil HomcL
Ueorgo Spnlte, August Leplat, D. Sum
mitis, Henry liarben, Miku Ryan, Alex
ander Kelly, one unknown.
Gives Him Extreme Attention,
Perry, O. T., March 1. Dr. M. V. D.
Morse, of Springfield, Mass., nephew of
the telegraph Inventor Samuel B. Morse,
has filed suit for divorce against his wife,
Carolina Morse, in the district court of
Cleveland county, the doctor alleges
cruelty. The specific acts wero that his
wife would pull tho bed clothes off his
bed in winter time and pour hot water on
him in summer.
And those who are all tired out and
have that tired feeling or sick head
ache can be relieved of all these
symptoms by taking Hood's Sarsa-
parilla. which gives nerve, mental
and bodily strength and tnorougniy
purities the blood. It also creates a
good appetite, cures indigestion,
heariburn and dyspepsia.
The annual conference of the
Toung Men's Christian association
of the Rock Island district, which
embraces the counties of Bureau,
Henry, La Salic, Lee, Marccr, White'
side and Rock Island, will be
held at Morrison, March 2 and 3,
Those who will go as delegates of the
local association are: Henry . Han
sen. E- B. McKown. A. M. Bruner,
H. L). Blakemore and Secretary U. C,
Blakslee. It promises to be an inter
esting session, among the various
speakers being Messrs. McKown
Blakslee and Hansen, of this city.
coughing around. You can stop it
it yoa want to by using rarks uougn
Syrnp. If it doesn't care you. you
can get your money back. Sold by
iiartz & Liiemever.
"A F.-lead In Seed le m Fiiend Indeed
A friend advised me to try Ely'
Cream Balm, and after using it six
weeks I believe myself cured of ca
tarrh, it is a most valuable remedy.
Joseph Stewart, 624 Grand avenue.
Brooklyn. . X.
My son was afflicted with catarrh,
I induced him to try Ely's Cream
Balm and the disagreeable catarrhal
smell all left him. He appears as
well a anvone J. C. Olmslead, Ar
Price of Cream Balm is 50 cents.
Hood's pills are easy to take, easy
in action and sure in effect 25 cents.
Children Cry for
was a living skeleton; the doc
tor said he was dying of Maras
mus and Indigestion. At 13
months he weighed only seven
pounds. Nothing strengthened
or fattened him. I began using
Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver
Oil with Ilypophosphites, feed
ing it to him and rubbing it into
his body. He began to fatten
and is now a beautiful dimpled
boy. The Emulsion seemed to
supply the one thing needful.
Mrs. Kenyox Williams,
May 21,1 894. Cave Springs, Ga.
Similar letters from other
Don't be pcrmeut'd to accept a tuM'.tmtet
Scott 4 Buwne, N. Y. A!! Druggists. 53c an) $1.
MvIe m Well
r 1 m athw
mm vl. r
Hmrje'Bmm I It
HLId 10th r.
TEX GREAT eoJrSwTC
PrslKtsthe Afcwe fcVselta la 30 Dais. It acts
powertauy and quickly. Cures whea all others
isil 1 Mine men will retrain their lost manhood
andolain'n will roeovir their youthful viRoi
tS asms VITALIS. It quickly and surr-ly re
stores Nf rvousm ss. Lost Vitality, Impolicy,
Nightly Emissions, lost Power, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting lMseases. and all eOects of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards off
Insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS. no ether. Can be carried In vest
pocket, by mail, f I.O0 pr rpackare.or sta for
f.ao, with a swttie snrtttea awaraates te ears
ar rerawe na ameer. 'imilar free. Audreas
al.T BU.at.li I cvarisi, CUrage, 111.
For sale st Bock Island by Harper Boose Phtr
suey and William Clendenin. Draral't. Boltne.
The Regular and Reliable
Cares permanently the eases he Badertakes.au
reads the lncarable home without taking a fee
from them. This Is why he eontinae hi visits
year after year, while other specialists have msda
few vt'iu and cease to return.
Brings com'ort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's bt-st products to
the needs of physical Lcing, will attest
the value to health of the pnre liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Pvrnp of Fics.
its excellence is due to it prerenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the ref n sliitig and truly
bcncGcial properties of a perfect inx
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds," headaches and fevers
anu permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
net with the opproval'of the medical
profession, because it nets on the Kid
neys, 1 jver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
verv obiection.ible substance.
Byrup of Figs is for snl-j by til drag
gists in 50c ami $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
IJo. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the nate, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
rccept any substitute it otiereo.
rwr S FT"."? 17 IR- TASK'S.
es- rvm. mnirmtsr aaj IR He taj now etalf at-tr kit
f"ttL Tw frswraint fwrt Ss-IKt umi- -t itvami
M. !ttJhfru!eTA13C AMlyiw IVfaisuMl . LWk M..4 I.
It ewnaaa. hMOtifvM ftltsi Mm tit tsh
TbiflfaWiiimr m put fa tut mtwA in mort-1ir-M-
ftixi -snvmlrl tlimn pmW or iiU.l. It t-m-
Mjit-s. u rnx h ititirrK' ran. the c-k-siimjik,
mnt pwrnifii lf-mrii. ihjit rH n ,w.
pvrtuc at tbe Oentml etiair hm- prxxl arm. VaWuavbtv
Poplw ivirini Hrrdg win h gfaotj u BMthfs
trtrm.am It nmn nU-rptir roh iM-tir prpatT-
mphet oa CA or TEETH ' mtvlM fm.
View Grand Opera House
I Davinport's Leading- Theatre.
C. 7. HIEY, Ktcaz.
Fridayi March 1.
Supported by a Strong Company
In His New Play,
street cars wi'l poitive'y inn to a'! points
az:er idc poiioruiance.
Ti kets on sal at Lloyd & Stewart.
View Grand Opera House
VI Davenport's Ludinf Theatre.
C, W, EILE7, Uantgar.
Monday Night, March 4
BAKNABEE and Mac DON
ALD'S Robin Hood Opera
company, presenting the a
. - leading comic opera of this
Company of 60 artists. A
chorus of 40. Superior
operatic orchestra. Stage
full of special scenery.
Trie $1 Jf), $1, TSc sni SOc. Boies an 1 seits
on sa'e Friday, March 1 at Lloyd & Stewart's
An eminentlvsnocessfat 8oecillt in a'l chronic
dieacs. pmven by tie mvw cures effected la
chronic ca , wnlcn nan nsrneo. tae suu 01 au
other physicians, will be at the
Rock Island House
Rock Island, 111.,
Thursday. March 7, 1895.
(One day only) and return once every S8 dsys.
Office Horns 8 a. m to 7 p. m.
Ills hosniral experience snd extensive practice
have made him ro prorkiei.t (hat be can nameaad
locate a disease In a few moments.
Trat ail enrable caes of Catarrh. Nose.
Thrott snd I one dweaws. Eye and Ear, Stnaach,
Llwr and Kidney wravel, Knennistum. fsraly
!. Neornlnta, Nervous ard Heart dieeaees.
Blond and Skin d.eaM?s. Ilriitht'a disease and
Consumption in early stages, diseases of the Blad
der and Female organs.
A never f ailing re me ly for Big Neck.
Krerv e'sc ot Pita. FisrL.K. ard Rrtrraa
fruarantced cured without deieutioa from business.
Sexual weakness and Private Dis
eases a Specialty.
Byphillis, Onnorrhoe, Strlctnre, Gleet. Sperms
torrh e. seminal Weautie?. iml Mnhoid, aod
the effects of early vice or excee, producing;
Kmiflons. Denility, Mervonine.n. II axinee.
Ilefictive Memory, etc , which ruins mind and
iody, Positivslt C'vaTD.
WON DERFUL- CURES
Perfected in old rar wh'ch have been T.ccleeled
orunkillfu-ly trraied. No cxperini nu ir fail
ores. tVe undertake no incara'ile ca ca, but cure
thousands ijiveo np to d e.
Consultation FREE and Confidential.
Addres. DR. R. B. XILLKB.
- . 170 Oskwood Boulevard, Chicago, I1L
Reference Globe Bank of CMcigo.
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 arennes, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a line walnut, elm.
back berry, or other lare
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
tho most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in :
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Boom 21, JQtchsll & Lycfo Slock. -
See our New
And Latest Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DOT IK Ml
OAK BK SKa AT
E. F. DORXs
The New Merchant Tailor.
1823 BiCOND AVE
Barrier Hons Block