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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895.
FULLER TON 'S
THE Fi;i.I-EKTON CONSUMPTION CUKE offers you a positive cure in the early
tai of tulxTculiisiM. At last a scientific remedy anil moile of administering has been
lis-,verwl iie that is rfxnallt and apeals ti the intelligence of the ni?e. A sjiecific
Vitjetalile t;-riiiioil introduced directly into the capilliary circulation liypotlennieally.
The reineily is iiickly absorbed, carried by the veins into the riht side of the heart, from
thence into the liinif. coming in direct contact with the disease and destroying the genii,
or l.urilhi. For full iiarticulnrs, testimonials from physicians and Datient. call at office.
No. 107 east Fourth street, Davenport, la. Oflice hours 8 to 11 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Con-
THE PLACE TO BUY
Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
HBATIN'Q AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS.
112 and 114 West Seventeenth street.
Incorporated Under the
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or .Real Estate Security.
J M Brmnn, President.
Jon Cki'haitiiii, Vice President.
F Uriinaw.i.t, Cashier.
Itrgan bnglneoi July 8. ItraO, and occupy the
. a. cur. Mitchell A Lyndo's new building.
C F Lynde,
h p nnit,
S W Harot,
Jackso Huhst, Solid'ors.
i M butord.
"DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
loran Volk; 5c Co.,
tsh, Doors and Winds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding. Flooring, Walnscoatlng
In. (tract, hat 4th an 1 Mh an
Burtis Opera House,
Saturday Night, Sept. 7.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Forty ral Snnthern Vetinc. 25 Vobi;e
Bnck ai d Wits; Dancers, tne Charleston
tiliooters and Migvrs. 10 Pickaninny
Itanccr. at Matrhl.-s Vusicisns. lie me
Life In tux fouih. Plai.ia.ion Pastimes
Pirtnrcs of Dixie Land, Oatxes of the
THE AL. (I. FIELD
REFINED NEGRO MINSTRELS.
The largest Necro Minsfel Cimpaiy in
the wor.d. Tourlne on thiir on r in
of Palace Cars. AH the great volored
Comedians. Ail the tweet ringers. All
the High Clara tpeclalttes of this ronntry
combined. A Ntv Show. Clcrvnce Al
ston's Mammoth Military Band. Prof.
Frank Heilsloch' Oichestra. l ast an
pearanre before they ta 1 f(,r Australia
onaTonrof the Wrl d. embracim France,
t;ermanr, Knitland. footlsnd and Wales,
Will be back to America In ISM.
Stale on tale at Floke'e. Telephone To JO.
Burtis Opera House
Sunday Ivening, Sept. 8
MURRAY AND MACK, present
ing that whirlwind of
are making a bit.
Se.ta on sale
Nj. it .
Friday morn'nj. TelephOL
Coal Valley, Sept. 4. "Olie Ol
son" was performed here to a full
house Saturday evening.
Miss Ella Bailey is attending Au
gustana college the present term.
A number of our folks will go to
teaching and attending school next
week at different places.
Miss Mary E. Edwards gave a
lawn party Friday evening. Those
present report a tine time.
Louis Dow and R. D. McCreery,
Jr., left Monday for Washington,
la., to attend school there.
Prof. W. J. Gilpin resides in Dr.
Martin's farmer residence, as Mrs.
Martin has moved to Rock Island.
John W. Bailey has returned from
an extensive trip through Kansas
and Nebraska. He reports fair
The heavy rain last night has filled
the cisterns, and will supply the
sloughs and wells and give abundance
of fall pasture.
The town auditors met on the 3rd
and remained in session till all the
bills were presented and audited.
Tbev found an available fund of
Miss Minnie Maers, of Coal Valley,
and Mr. Jones, of Cable, were mar
ried a few days ago at the residence
of the bride's "father. Rev. Mennicke,
of Rock Island, officiating.
Miss Larson died last week at the
residence ot her brother on the bluff.
She was a native of Denmark, had
been in this county 12 years. The
funeral services were conducted bv
Rev. C. II. Brown.
The public school commenced here
Tuesday with Prof. J. W. Gilpin as
principal, and the Misses Helen
Pryce and Irene Peters, as assist
ants. There was an unusually large
attendance for the first day. There
is no doubt but tnat we will have an
interesting school this term.
Miss Katie Martin commenced her
school in Park school Monday, Miss
Mary a. ueer in our district and
Miss Hattie Dan by in the other
school. Tuesday Miss Fannie M.
Free berg started in Moline, and Hat-
tie M. Cook and Anna and Jennie
Bailey in the same place. Wednes
day Miss Maggie Hanna commenced
in McLean county.
Frank Nay lor will soon start on the
road as a commercial salesman, rep
resenting Kingman & Co., ot Peoria,
an agricultural implement house.
Mr. Naylor is very well qualified to
Gil the place, pleasant, energetic and
having a natural talent for business
cannot fail making a success. He
has been so long with us and is such
a live business man we fuel sorry to
lose him, but the best we can do un
der the circumstances is to wish him
a successful career in his new occupation.
andallsia, sept. 4 we were
blessed with another good rain.
Mrs. C C Kevnolds is visiting
with a son in Minnesota.
Farmers are generally hauling
lumber to build cribs, and cutting
Mr. King and daughter, of Ka
hoka. Mo., are visiting at O. D.
A goodly number of our people
took advantage of the cheap rate and
visited Chioago last week.
'Squire C. H. Hayes has taken
most of the small boys of the town
and gone to a fair to run a refresh
Nearly every day the island oppo
site town is visited with campers
and picnic parties from the cities.
No prettier spot can be found on the
river for a few days' outing.
Our school opened for the ensuing
year Monday with Frank Taylor, ot
Aledo, as principal, and Miss Maggie
Montgomery as assistant. Mary
Jones is teaching at district No. 1,
and Miss Nola Ekstrom. of Reynolds,
at No. 3, and Benjamin F. Bullard,
our genial town clerk, takes charge
of the Illinois City schools today.
Old lady Seefeldt submitted to a
surgical operation Saturday under
Drs. Middleton and Hill, assisted by
Dr. Barewald, of Buffalo, Iowa, four
other doctors being present, and we
are happy to state that up to the
present time she seems to be doing
nicely. It is the second operation
she has undergone for the trouble,
which now seems to have been re
Cordova, Sept. 4. Frank Hamlin
called on our merchants Monday.
School began Monday with a good
Mrs. Edward Tavener, of Lanark,
is visiting relatives here.
The town board of auditors held
their serai-annual meeting Tuesday.
The U. S. steamer Search proceed
ed up the river as far as Albany
Miss Ora Spoor left last week for
Burlington, Wis., where she will at
Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Nelson, of
Chicago, are visiting Mr. Nelson's
parents, u. v . JNeiSon and family.
The social and fair held by the La
dies' Aid society Saturday afternoon
and evening was well attended. The
secretary makes the good report of
something about f JO net gain.
Miss Jennie Tew returned Thurs
day from an extended visit in Can
ada. Miss. Jennie reports a very
pleasant trip, and has again taken
up her duties as teacher of the pri
Frank Tavener and bride, of
Lanark, 111., are stopping a few davs
with relatives and friends here. Mr.
Tavener has many old friends at this
place who extend their congratula
tions to the happy couple.
Leonard Trent preached a very
interesting and touching sermon at
the Baptist church Sunday evening.
He will coon go back to his studies
at Alton, III., where he will further
prepare himself for the wonderful
work he has undertaken.
Pout By Kox, Sept. 4. Mrs. Fanny
Fleming went to Chicago Saturday
night to see her sister, Mrs. Carrie
Clarence Lvford is home from
Galva ou a vacation.
Mrs. A. A. Olin and Mrs. W. D.
Hall were in Rock Island Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson,
of Moline, are visiting relatives in
Mrs. D. Gamble, of Moline, visited
friends in Port Byron Friday and
Mrs. E. M. Rogers, who has been
quite ill with nervous prostration, is
John Hassen is on a business trip
to Des Moines, la. He will be ab
sent about a week.
Miss Mamie Ashford. of Pleasant
Valley, has returned to Port Byron
for another year at the academy.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Stone and Mrs.
Stone's mother, of Rock Island, are
visiting at E. B. Stone's this week.
Piaster rorrest Aiisorow nad a
birthday party Monday and had
about twenty little folks to help him
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Coyne were in
Rock Island Sunday, going down on
their wheels and returning on the
Rev. K. W. Newlands was at Sher-
rard this week attending the council
called to organize a Congregational
church at that place.
Mrs. Dr. Charles Hunter, after a
few weeks' visit with her friends
here and at Hampton, has returned
to her home in Victoria, III.
The Ladies' Academy Aid society
has been busy lately painting, pa
pering and putting everything about
the boarding house in excellent
The patrons of the academy will
be pleased to learn that Mrs. Podge
is again in charge of the Academy
boarding house, having moved there
Golden Brewster, of Joslin, has
purchased Mark Ashdowa's stock of
wagons, farming, implements, etc.,
and will continue the business at the
same place occupied by Mr. Ash
down. The public schools opened Monday
morning, with Prof. -J. E. Bittinger
at the head. I he professor has had
charge of the Fulton school for the
past four years, but has always had
a warm spot in his heart for Port
Byron, and he received a hearty wel
come upon his return to our schools
The other teachers are: Miss Rolfe,
of LeClaire; Miss Lulu Leslie and
Mrs. X. C. Swingley, of fort Byron,
and Miss Lilv Cox, of Coe.
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. George
Dodge received word that their
grandson, George Fleming, was
dead. He was the only son of Mr
and Mrs. Clyde Fleming. More
than a year ago they moved to Colo'
ratio Springs, hoping that the change
would be bcnelicial to George's
health, and for a while were very
much encouraged, but the improve
ment was only temporary, and that
dread disease, consumption, has
claimed another victim. The fu
neral was held Sunday afternoon
from the Colorado home.
South Heights, Sept. 5. Mrs. J.
Hanna visited over Sunday with her
sister, Mrs. w. j. irvin.
John Mannheim, who has been
quite sick, is improving.
I. Bollman, of Clinton, la.. Is here
on a visit to his mother, Mrs. Julia
Bollman, and sisters, Mrs. Wood and
E. Alexander had the pleasure of a
short visit with his sister Monday.
She came with an excursion party
irom Aiarion, lowa.
The fall term of school opened
Tuesday, Sept. 3, with Miss Bertha
Stelck in charge of the higher room
and Miss Edith Noftsker of the pri
Mrs. William Schroether met with
a painful accident Monday evening.
She sprained her ankle and will
probably be confined to the house for
L. Iten, who has recently returned
irom a trip to uermanv, visited a
short time with his sister. Mrs.
John Aster, the latter part of last
wees, ne was on his way to his
home at Clinton, la.
Trothe Tersely Told.
Foley's Honey and Tar is one of
the standard medicines used in the
Workiner Woman's Home nasn;t;nn
at 21 South Peoria street, Chicago.''
uk. blink. Med. Supt.
Foley's Honey and Tar gives the
best satisfaction here."
C. F. Bicehais, Roseland, 111.
My customers call for VnW
Honev and Tar when wantinc a. o-nnrf
cough syrup." J.- H. Klsse,
For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug
To the Davenport Fair.
Sept. 2 to 6 inclusive, the C. R. I.
& P. railway will run a special train
from Twentieth street depot direct
to fair grounds. This train will
leave Twentieth street at 1:20 p. m.
and 6:50 p. m. daily. Returning.
train will leave fair grounds at 5:30
p. m. and last train at night after
fireworks display will run through
to Twentieth street depot.
The Argcs. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla. j
S. S. Kemble is back from a visit
to Oskaloosa, la., relatives.
Rev. and Mrs. II. C. Marshall re
turned home yesterday evening from
Murray & Mack arc to present
Finnigan's Ball" at the Burtis Sun
Go on the excursion to Des Moines
Sunday. Train leaves via C. R. I.
& P. railway at 5:50 a. m. 12 round
Edward Hill has gone on a visit to
boyhood scenes at Philadelphia,
where his wife has been for several
J. R. Titzel returned home to
Greenville. Pa., today after a several
weeks' visit with his daughter, Mrs.
W. M. Reck.
Don't miss the electric fountain
display at the Tower Sunday, Wednes
day and Friday evening's. Every
body is talking about it.
The Trinity chapel lawn festival
attracted a fair sized attendance last
evening. The grounds were tastily
decorated and illuminated and a
short program made it especially en
joyable. The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian
church will give a trolley party Fri
day evening, Sept. 6. The usual
trip to Moline and the Watch Tower
will be made, train leaving the
church at 7:3 J p. m., and stopping
for passengers at any place. Fare
25 cents. Everybody invited.
J. R. Johnston is in receipt of a
handsomely engraved invitation is
sued by the citizens of Sacramento,
Cal., soliciting his presence to a
"Grand electrical carnival, com
memorative of the successful instal
lation of the Sacramento Electric
Light and Power company, the great
est operative electric plant on the
American continent, Monday,
Fire Costa Iloston 300,000.
Uostos, Sept. 5. One of the most dis
astrous fires that has occurred, along Bos
ton's water front in yi-ars started on the
docks at East Boston, and before it could
bo controlled . destroyed three piers, two
storuhouses, a frvight hed, llftccn loaded
freight cars and a largo quantity o(
freight, mid slightly dumiuied a nuiiittcrof
dwelling houses. The loss is estimated at
tfJU',000, partly insured.
rn-fteutanl Their Ctierks Too Lata.
Lir.EKTV, Mo., rVpt. 5. Two checks were
presented at the Commercial Savings
bank, where the Frakor insurance money
is (U'lxisited, but were not honored. One
of the checks was for tl.OJO and was given
to Mrs. Cynthia Hatfield, of Macon county.
sister of Fraker, bv Executor J. K. Lin
coin. The other check was tor f 100 and
friven to (ieorge Mugrudcr, a brother-in-law
8rore nt tlir National dame.
Ciiicaoo, t-ept. 5. Following are tho
records nt base ball reported by League
clubs: At Washington Cincinnati 11,
Washington 5; at Iloston Chicago 5, Bos
ton 15; at Xew York I'ittsburg (J, New
York 8; second panic i'ittsburg 4, New
Virk n; nt Brooklyn Cleveland lo, Brook
lyn 5; at Philadelphia St. Louis 2, Phila
delphia 10; ut Baltimore Louisville 3,
Turns Out To He a Tough.
DAYTON, O., Sept. 5 William Foley,
who was udmittcd to St. Elizabeth hospi
tal here Sunday niL;ht, suffering front two
wounds, turns out to be wanted at Gabon.
O., for shooting with intent to kill, lie is
a nieuilivr of a tough gang that hnd a light
with a policeman thero Foley played
"possum," and while the policeman was
clinging tho others csuipod. He lifts been
idcutilicd by a Gallon officer and will be
taken back there.
Senator Martin Retract.
ToPEKA, Kits., Sept. 5. Ex-United
States Senator John Martin has made a
sweeping retraction of certain charges
made by him In Octibor, in a pub
lished Interview reflecting on fhe char
acter of Nelson F. Acers, ex-United States
revenue collor. Martin says-he now be
lieves his information wholly untrue and
emanating from the political enemies of
The chronic grumbler still lives,
but there are less cases of chronic
indigestion and dyspepsia than form
erly, lbe fact is so many people in
the past have taken Simmons' Liver
Regulator that they are now cured
of these ills. And a great multitude
are now taking Simmons' Liver Reg
ulator for the same troubles and
they'll soon be cured. It is the
best medicine." Mrs. E.' Raine,
A Household Necessity.
No family should be without Fo
ley's Colic and Diarahoea Cure for
all bowel complaints. For sale at M.
F. Bahnsen's drug store.
The Asacs, only 10c a week.
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
ACT3 AS A 8PCCIFIO
Bj AnmsfRg to Heilthf Actios all her Orpis.
ItrHn Health to IHma Md Jt to
Melara TknatatM the EMIrv Frmaae.
IT KEVER FAILS TO REGULATE.
M wife baa been ander treatment of leading' phjr
elcltns thre y-. r,. wuiimit benefit Afur -i.inff
tbree bottle of sniarirLars rantis nauriATan
can do feer ova cowkiuir. mllklnir m.l wa-liitur."
S. S. Bin AN, Uendtrrxoi, Ala.
BKADFIELD BE6CUT0B CO.. ATL1STA, (iA,
tW Sold by drucKitte at tlJ per bottia.
Notice it hereby piren that the nn lersigned
haa been a- pointed ssslgn e of the Hock Is and
Heating aca P.ombing cumuirr. and all pera na
bo dioft any c)a m or claims ayaifiet acid com
pany are hereby notified to present the same to
ate or to Adair Hecsant. my attorney, nnder
oath or affirmation within three months front
this date, whether said claims are dne cr not.
A 'I pe'aons indebted to Mid aisnor are re
ques ed to make prompt payment of the same.
Dated Sept ". :.
THOMAS B. DAVIS, Assign te.
AjAUt Plkasajits, Attorney.
W. S. Holbrook s
Is the place
To buy your
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street
Favorite Gas Stoves,
Ohio Ice Cream Freezers,
The Prince Lawn Mower.
All of the above are the best of makes.
If you are interested call and see them.
Prices never were lower. Everyone
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St.
Rock Island, 111.
The money you paid last year for fuel that was wasted J,
t would 0 a good way toward buying Jewel Stoves and Ranges
; the kind that dont waste. Fuel tn't the only thing they save
zT they spare your time and pierxe. Our trade mark is on V
every genuine Jewel. Ask your dealer for them.
SOLD DILI BT Alert.Mvers & Company BKI ISUID.U, J
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Allays I'aJn asul Isasmnistli
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at once for Cold In Head.
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The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
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For sale by Harti V Ullemeyer. 301 Twentieth street.