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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, AUGUST 26. 1895.
THE FUIXERTO.V CONSUMPTION CURE offers you a positive cure in the early
states of tuberculosis. At last a scientific remedy anil mode of administering lias been
discovered one that is reasonable, and appeals
Vegetable Germicide, introuucea directly into the capilliary circulation hypodenincally.
The remedy isqnickly absorbed, carried by the veins into the right side of the heart, from
thence into the luags, coming in direct contact with the disease and destroying the germ,
or barilla. For full particulars, testimonials from physicians and patients, call at office,
No. 107 east Fourth street, Davenport, la. Office hours 8 to 11 a. in., a to 5 p. m. Con
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
OBm eeeoad floor, orer .Mitcaell A Lfadcf
bank. Mosey to loaa.
Jackson & Hunt,
Attorneys at Law.
QBca la Boo bland Rational Baa balldint.
a. d. mnn. o. a. tuin.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Connoellors at Law
OBV. la B.ncaUro'a Bloek.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Local bnilneaa of all kind promptly attended
to. State. Attorney of Koca Island county.
Ufflc, I-MtoBo Block.
McEnlry Ac McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa mono? oa rood eeearltys mu. collec
tion . Keferenea, itttoheU Linda, baokan,
omoe. Foatoflee Blooa.
Drack & Eernr,
Architects and Superintendents.
Kama T M C A Bulldlne;, cor Third a'anae
ant Nineteenth .tract.
Geo. F. St&udohar,
Plana and enpertntendenee for all elaaa of
Billdtnga. Boom U and , HltckaU Lynda
BaUdlna. Take elevator.
Dr. W. H. Ludewlg
Specialist of Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat.
Offlre la Treeman's new building, eom.r Sev
enteenth .troet and Third ayenae, hock lilaud.
Telephone No. 1088.
Dr. Chas. It Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, soothweet corner
Third aad Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa
KnnrnilTandlS. Boors: 9 to 11 a. at., 1 to 4 p.m.
W. A. Darling,
, Hoom 4. Mitchell A Lynde'e building.
R. M. Pearce,
. Soomi If and 81 In Mitchell a Lynda's new
f "Sid Inc. Take elevator
y Who does not want
Who does not want her
washing done in the
shortest time and neat
est way is hard to find.
Those who use
Get the best results, be
cause it is made from
snch materials that it
cannot injure the most
delicate fabric and will
- save time and labor.
Follow them and yon
will rind that you have
struck a good thing.
QUIA? SOCS XSLAOT TAB SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and re
moTes grease, paint, etc.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Makers. Rock Island.
to the intelligence of the ase. A specific
Boston Dental Parlors
ffl. C IcMVITT
318 Brady Street,
To introduce ounelvet to the pnblic of
this vicinity we will, until farther no
tice. EXTRACT TEETH FREE
We make a specially of the Painless Ex
traction of Teeth and ALONE ass tbe
wonderful local Anesthetic EXCKL8IOK
which haa no bad effecta open the heart.
We also use Nitrons Oxide, Chloroform
or Ether, If desired. We do all kinis of
birt-claai Dentistry, making a specialty
of tbe Correction of Irregularities of the
Teeth ard GOLD CROWN and BRIDGE
WOlfK. All work guaranteed. Lady
Sec Our Prices.
SUrer Filling. SO cents and up
Gold Filling ..fl and np
Gold Crowns. S3
Set of Teeth $8
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come sad see ua. W. can save yon money,
Open Sundays for extracting from 8 to 10 a. m.
Boston Dental Parlors.
Over YVinecke's Tailor shop.
318 Brady street - - - - DAVENPORT, IA.
Also all kinds of repair
ing done on fur goods
1605 Second Avenue,
Gloves and Furs
Made to Order.
' There'e no shoe for the same
money that's Its equal. Tannery
calf akin, donsola top, all leather
trimmed, solid leather soles with
secernent of oork and nhivw
between the outer an Inner better
than a oork sola
Ten Styles 4. 6, and O wide.
Ask Your Dealer Ir It.
JL'.B.JLEWI5.CX,- Boston. Mass.
ITEM LIU IVUCE VIS8R3US.
I ntV. '"tt. DSY. S7ANt
WlatFEFFER'S CERVi:i1 Old!
It act. powerfully and Quk-aly. Cam wben mH
ouicrafafl. Toune-me regain Inn manbuod: old
men recover youthful Tteor. ItMlMtlreaaf.
HMItCanammaM, LoU Vitality,
cltiwa ecx, F .lilac Mbi.it. WaMlai Bl
.. (.tutall ffrctM "1 ttf abut or exmtr and
fndtscrrtio, W.rd. ov lns.nlty .nd eoniwixiptton.
Don't let drasytpt tmpoee . vortblrssmhstitoto on
iua iwaaw iinria, a rtppt ihbu tnaistonnav
na PErrr.B'at a, Kb vluaaat. n, Tt
Can be carried In Test pocket. Frenald plain wraa
tea tm Care r Re fa. a tk
CSVSk. Epb '"' Sold by drocstau. Addrnaa
Bold by HartaCneaieyerai.ir.H Thomas.
ON THE CORDOVA TRACK.
Some Good Spcrt at Oar ItelchborlnK
The annual meet of the Cordova
Breeders'1 Driving and Trotting asso
ciation Thursday mad Friday of last
week was attended by some excellent
sport. Good talent participated
and future years will undoubtedly
witness the entrance of more promi
nent stock in tfcav Cordova races, as
tbe asso4aCToV'eeomes more able to
offer larger inducements. The at
tendance was ud to the anticipation
of those in charge. Levi Cralle, of
Moline, officiated as starter, with
George Leslie and J. C Swank as
iudges. Thursday's events resulted:
Three-minnte trot. Star Mont, Fat
Henesey, driver, first; Capove Cos
sack, Charles Martin, second; BIsmy,
A. Charis, third; May Bird, E. W.
Robinson, fourth: Barney Mack, J.
P. Laughery. fifth. Time, 2:41,
2:393. 3:3M. 2:S8. Pnrse. $40.
Three-minute pace. Glen W., J.
P. Langheryi driver, first: Moss
Agate. H. Weaver, secend; John G.,
John Coe. third; Leon, E. W. Robin
son, fourth. Time, 2:50. 2:46.
2,47. 2:49, 2:48. Parse. $80.
Green race (trot). May Bird, E. W.
Robinson, driver, first; Maud, H.
Weaver, second; Alexander X., C. C.
Marshall, Third. Time. 3:07, 3:05,
3:06. Purse, $30.
Running race. Pomeroy, Fred
Schatble, driver, first; Honest John,
Johnson, second; Snook, Joe War-
field, third; Rose Leaf, Thomas,
fourth. Time. 4, 56. Purse, $20.
Friday's contests resulted: Trot,
2:36 class. Brown George, II. We a
ver, driver, first; Charles Negus, J.
Hutchinson, second; Bell Rose, G.
Brandt, third. Time, 2:35, 2:40,
2:38. Purse. $80. I
Pace, 2:35 class, Remo, Martin,
driver, first; May Blossom. E. W.
Robinson, second; Robert L., P.
Laughery, third. Time, 2:35, 2:32,
Z:io, 2:45. Purse, ago.
Oar Beaatlfal Park,
Mrs. T. Vernette Morse, editor of
Tbe Arts, a Chicago publication, re
cently visited Bock Island, and
returning home she has written for
her magazine the following delight-
iui reference to spencer square:
"We stopped at Rock Island, and
while onr baggage was being cared
for we could not help but wonder
whether the town was named for
the railroad or vice versa. As our
time was limited we did not stop to
investigate, although the ticket
agent looked at us as if he expected
a perfect volley of unanswerable
questions. It was cruel to disap
point him. but unfortunately our
interest cxienuea ia anotner dtrec
tion. In this beautiful citv there is
no art society, but we found some
thing akin to it. and that is an art
sentiment, which has found expres
sion in the decorating of the public
paras, inese origin jewels bad been
donated to the city many years ago,
but no interest was taken "in them.
and they were allowed to remain as
unsightly repositories for tin cans
and other refuse until Lawyer
Jackson became interested, and he
, . . ..
soon maae mem into natural pic
tures, oi wnicn every one is proud.
The fountains play with genuine de-
ugat amia tne statuary and flowers,
beautiful arches ihark the entrances.
and settees are temptingly placed in
the most picturesque places. Every
visitor to Rock Island will uncon
sciously place this beautiful picture
on memory's wail."
Bylvaa ataal Caanpany. Ralae.
The Sylvan Steel company is fol
lowing tne example oi other hrms in
that line oi business by granting an
increase in the wages of the em
ployes. Unfortunately, so far, the
increase nas not been general, but
has been confined to the furnace men
only. These men, i who undergo a
sample of the torture of hades each
day they work, have had their wages
raised twice daring the present
month.' The work 1 at the heating
i u roams ia toe noctesi in tne mill,
and though the men are now paid
from $3 to $6 per day, according to
the positions they occupy, it is not
too much. The Sylvan company
nas neretoiore run its null on the
pay-by-the-day plan, but when the
new machinery now being put in
gets in working order, the prospects
are that it will be run as a "ton
mill." when all the men will work by
tbe piece, under the scale of the
Amalgamated Steel Workers' asso
ciation. Those men engaged in put
ting the various sizes of scrap iron
into shspe for heating are already
working under the scale, receiving
ou cents per ton.
Wkr Hat Tour
When thousands of people are tak
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla to overcome
tbe weakness ana languor which are
so common at this season, why are
von not doing the same? When vou
know that Hood's Sarsaparilla has
power to cure rheumatism, dyspen-
sia ana aii uiwawi causea by tm
pare blood, why do yon continue to
suffer? Hood's- cures
Bool's pills are prompt and effi
cient 25 cents. -,
Bids raw Dam rioor and Stands.
Bids for the dsnce floor and other
stand at the bop fields will be re
ceived by M. W. Battles and J. W.
Cavanangh antil 10 a. m. Tuesday.
Aug. 27, at Thomas drug store. All
information as to dimensions, etc.,
will be furnished on application to
M. W. Battles and Peter Trenken
schuh. Children Cry for
BY THE HENNEPIN.
Rag-alar Badfet of Xaws Frona Milan aad
Milan. Ang. 26 The Misses Tillie
and Millie Kehoe have returned from
a visit at J. W. Mack's, of Viola.
Patrick Reidy and Will Manning.
of Reynolds, visited with Miles Kehoe
and family Sunday.
Mrs. Harry Khodarmes, of Cam
bridge, spent Sunday with Milan
friends and relatives.
Bloomfield & Busheart have the
work of re-raising the roof and
porches on Dr. Wiggins' new resi
Justice Apple had quite an inter
esting case tried before him Satur
day. An Arabian peddler was
arrested by the marshal on com
plaint oi W Uliam Kvans for peddling
without a license. He could talk
pretty good English until he found
he was arrested, when he began to
talk Arabian, which the 'squire did
not understand. He was finally
made to acknowledge his guilt
through the help of a brother ped
dler, and was fined $6.20. As he had
not enough money to settle, he sold
part of his goods to the other man
and secured the money to pav his
fine, and when he left he sang, in
part Arabian and part English, I'll
never go to Sears any more."
Everything about this little burg
is on the hnm. The pottery is very
busy at present, now employing
about five men, between 3,000 and
4,000 jugs, jars and crocks having
been made up the present writing.
A kiln will be burned this week.
The canning company is now running
full time, having worked till 12
o'clock all last week. About 150
persons are employed in this place.
The paper mill is very busy also,
running two shifts of 10 hours each,
and employing about fifty men. Ru
mors are afloat that the cotton mill
will resume operations in a short
time. Nothing definite can yet be
saia or tne orick works resuming,
but it is hoped that they will be run
ning before fall.
IT INFLATES ITSELF.
a New Arraaaenaeat of latereat to Cjr
clleta. There has been just one thing nee
essary to make the lives of cyclists
happy, and that Is a self-inflating
pneumatic tire, and enthusiastic
wheelmen have been pounding their
heads for a year or more trying to
invent something of the sort, but
couldn't do it. A Burlington boy
seems to have more success.
Ernest fttarbuck, who recently
lived in Burlington, and now makes
Lincoln, 111., his home, has applied
for a patent on a mechanical con
struction of his own invention, which
bids fair to solve the problem. It is
an automatic pump for pneumatic
tires of bicycles. The patent con
sists of a rubber ball placed within
the tire, with a check valve inside
and also one on the outside. Tbe
ball is held in place by small wire
coils. When the tire is soft the
pressure on the ball when you ride
the wheel forces the air in the tire,
and when so full, it will stop. Bi
cycle men have examined the scheme
and pronounce it a success. It does
away with pumps, and when a punc
ture occurs you have a constant in
jection of air into the tire as you
The.Appllcatloo of the Advantage.
The old adage, "A rolling stone
gathers no moss," may still remain
true, but it seems that by virtue of
Ernest Starbuck's invention, a roll
ing wheel may gather wind. If all
that is claimed for this simple little
device is true, the inventor has a
very good thing, and bicycle makers
will make him a good offer.
The Bart E. Linehan brought down
16 strings of logs.
The W. J. Young, Jr., departed on
her regular trip south.
The Stace of the w.tor t thn RnrV
Island bridge at noon was 1.60; the
The Jo Lono. Pitnr. anf V.rna
Swain Came down, and the Jo Long,
Pilot and Verne Swain went north.
I'M It la Tlane.
Catarrh starts in the nasal pas
sages, affecting eyes, ears and throat,
and is in fact the great enemy of
the mucous membrane. Neglected
colds in the head almost invariably
precede catarrh, causing an excessive
flow of mucuos, and if the mucous
discharge becomes interrupted the
disagreeable results of catarrh will
follow, such as bad breath, severe
pain across the forehead and about
the eyes, a roaring and buzzing
sound in the ears and oftentimes a
very offensive discharge. Ely's
Cream Balm is the acknowledged
cure for these troubles.
Rbeumatlam Cared Lb a Day.
'MvRt.ic Cnra" fn .linnmadam .nit
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action nnnn the avs-
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once tbe cause and tbe
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose trreatlv hon.fita 7a cent.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock
jianu. ana i. acmegei A &on., zzu
W. Second street. Davenport.
Glad Tldtago to Aathaaa Bafferera.
Lawson Elvido-e. of Barrino-ton.
111., atatea ha w.. . n r-mA n 1 th mn in
asthma of lornr atandincr bv Folev'a
Honey and Tar. It gives positive
l : . : ,, . . t
rcuei m an cases oi asm in a. bo mat
thia rjiftftajtp. wdpn tint Mmnlatalv
cured, is robbed of all its terrors bv
this great remedy. Xo sufferer
should be without it 50 cents. Take
no substitute. Sold at M. F. Bahn
sen's drug store
Money to loan at Reidy Bros'.
The internal revenue collections of
Deputy James Lamont amounted to
$889.40 last week.
Miss Mamie Alters has returned
from Clinton, where she spent sev
eral weeks with relatives.
Get an 8-qnart crvstal, marble
enameled preserving 'kettle at 818
Twenty-fourth street, for $1.50.
E. B. McKown wants your order
for hard coal this year. Price $C
per ton delivered. 'Phone 1198.
The fall term of the Bock Island
Business university. 1901 Second
avenue, commences'Tnesday, Sept. 3.
Alexander Don departed Saturday
evening for Boston. He will also
visit the scenes of bis boyhood at
See Warren Bunkerr at the Watch
Tower this week. Phenomenal dan
cer and impersonator. Living stat
ues in lightning changes.
Don't miss the electric fountain
display at the Tower Sunday, Wednes
day and Friday evenings. Every
body is talking about it.
Carse & Oblweiler's bottled goods
are made from the pure Black Hawk
spring water. They are healthful
and refreshing. Try them.
The Misses Mary Buffington and
Veirle Wayland. of Salisbury. Mo.,
have returned home after a pleasant
visit wun auss aiiiureu lgienari.
Airs. Caroline benmid and son,
Fred, have gone to Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and other eastern points on an ex.
tended visit in hopes of bettering the
The Warren county agricultural
board is preparing for its annual fair
with promise of an exhibition fully
up to tne standard or its past under
takings, the dates being Sept. 9-13.
Local railroad officials, says the
Galesburg Mail, are wearing a happy
smile these days. Business is pick
ing np fast, and the prospect for a
greater increase in business in tbe
near future is most encouraging,
All the bad order cars are being put
in snape lor the rush oi grain that is
sure to come from the west before
long. It is also likelv that the train
force will be increased shortly.
23 Wilhelmina F. Oswald, et al,
to George Schneider, part lot 5, block
lb, and part lots 4 and o, block 15,
spencer & Case's add., Kock Island,
Frank Nicholson to Bruno Stan
bach, lot 12, block 13, Thompson &
tit .li a a . .
v eus and., kock island, 91.
Lena Buryanek and Andrew Bladel
to George C. Westphal, s lot 2. 7,
ib, zw, and part lot 3, nw 7, 16, 2w,
Llcenaed to Wed.
24 Thomas Hicks, Bowling town
ship. Miss Mary A. Johnston, White,
Ernest A. Cook, Miss Mary Ryan,
Ben Litscher, Davenport, Miss
Mabel Adams, Rapid City.
To Chicago by the Burlington, the
people's favorite and short line. A
special train, consisting of chair
cars and coaches, will leave the C,
B. & Q. depot. Rock Island, at 10
o clock baturday evening, Aug. 31
Moline at 10:15 p. m., reaching Chi
cago at 5:30 a. m. Returning, the
train win leave Chicago Sunday,
Sept. 1. at 11:30 p. m., arriving at
kock island about e a. m. Tickets
good only on special train. Fare
$2.50 for round trip. Secure tiekets
eany, which are now on sale, and
avoid the rush. See flyers for list of
attractions. Bicycles free.
M. J. Young, Agent.
Attontloa, Comrade, of the O. A. R.
In honor of the 29th annual en
campment of tbe G. A. R., at Louis
ville, in September the "Big Four
Koute.se weii known to the "Boys in
Blue." has issued a beautiful souvenir
which in appropriateness of design
has never before been equaled. It is
the "Birth of Old Glory.'" beauti
fully executed in colors. We desire
that every G. A. R. post in the
United States have one to hang in
its post room, and post commanders
who have not already received one,
will be supplied by sending the
name of the post, number and ad
dress together with a 2-cent stamp
ior postage, to u. Mccormick,
passenger traffic manager, "Big
tour Koute," Cincinnati.
Hard Oval Market-
Hard coal is cheaper now than it
has been for many years, and this is
tbe best time to lay in your winter's
supply. Call on E. G. Frazer for
rock bottom cash prices. Telephone
"I hope yon will not spend this dime
for rum," said the Kenemug man.
"Rum!" rejoined the grateful recip
ient. "Do yon take me for a Yankee
sailor? I am a bawn Kaiutuckian, aah. "
W. S. Holbrook s
Is the place
To buy your
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street
The animals are on cardboard two and three inches high,
naturally colored, and will stand alone. They can be arranged
in line or groups, making an interesting object lesson in
natural history. This offer is made 6olely for the mrpose of
acquainting mothers with the merits of
Send for a sot for each of the children. Address
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
3 M Birman. Prr.ld.nt.
John CauBACaa. Vice freeldeat.
P Urkebawalt, Caahier.
Began business Jaji. 1890, aad occupy the
8. . cor. Mitchell A Ljrade's new bolldiag.
The Fashionabls Merehant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns In Imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOIU AVEIUE.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
mw mm GOODS
OAaT B SKH AT
E. F. DORtf,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 8KCOND AVE
Harper House BI k
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
trie, electro-thermal, etc., maj
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper Honse.
For Ladies From I a. m. to
IS m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 3 p. m. to 10 p.m.
oa week days On Sanders the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electrio and Electro-thermal
taths may be obtained at anj
time during business boors.
Gymnasium connected with bath
A ftr I
with animals, will be sent,
postpaid, to any address on
receipt of three 2-ct. stamps.
CO., Willimantic. Conn.
Incorporated Under the
C F Lrnde,
It P Bull.
R W Buret,
J M tluford,
Jacmob A llcaaT, Solicitors.
And Floor Paints,
Lawn Mowers, '
1610 Third aTenne.
tnenle.B part payment for a blah araoa Acme
tftCToTe. which we aen4 them on eppronL Mo
work done aatU Ue bicrcie aatree aim main.
Young Ladies' TSSrSaS?
ACME CYCLE COI1PANY.
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