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THK ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1895.
OPENING SEASON 189J-96.
'M Sclman's Lais' Oictelra.
Prices 50, 75 and (1.
Bros.' Jewelry store.
The money 3 ou paid last yszr for ftc! tliat was wasted g
wculd go a f;'cod way lowari li u:g Jewel Stoves and Ranges
the kind that don't r. asie. Fuel un'i U12 only thing they save
tliey spare your t:irs trJ patit:n:3. Our trade mark is on
every genuine Jewel. Ask yfur rksJer for them.
Fiv Per C nt Interest Fald on Da posits.
fcTon jy Loaned on Personal Collateral or IReal EstaM Security.
iM Brmnn. PreiJnt
t If UuniftLt, Cukler,
v. Hf-:n JniT , two, u4 oenpj tbe
vS. . cor. M UdtvU A Ljde" Saw building.
Melius imkIi cf jounir oad
IL L JtiUiOiH, ttnialia
.'Wi-.. iaM. unnru.x w.
Rlul Ua .
For ale by liarta & Ullcmeyor, SOI
Win !! ii 1 r.T umii
T HE A TER !
Reservelseitj can now lie secured at Bleuero
Incorporated Cnder the.
C F Lynd.
H P Boll.
X W Burnt.
Jicavoa Bi'nr, Solicitor
mid41crj tuva vonra. torn awlul .tf--oi ,H Kil.ri
it immiawii org. nr. taw X I U- tu Wy, Xy hlly
lliMnity. kihaaaune (Iran. mxA lOTf M)f tW
fnr m,l-, htuniicv n4iirnr, V qukxiTe-ircC LT
cr dlrjjr.Tut ar. at int HF.IIVi: lO!(I( a94 Rum Bl ILIM K, b;!r--i
lucb th. plak tussle uid mvoninr iMriltKM Vol TM to
nsl'iu t r mit. MU99 X"T bos or C for & wi'k vriim MWMiwlsittt
tnm. knaka Mam nte C. Ksa.SUir.Jlaw 1 ark.
PORT BYRON BUDGET.
Mews of a WinllsMM ClniMtar Ffoa
ttia L'pper End.
Pout Btbox, Oct. 3. The follow.
;ng incident did not take place in
Port Bvron, but one of oar citizens
will vouch for the fact, as bo is ac
quainted with some of the parties.
J be reiatinsr 01 it mav ouer uuw
snr?estions which mav be useful if
any of yonr readers should be placed
I in similar circumstances. A young
man was. returning home late at
niirht and saw a lizht in a store.
IJdod ffettinsr nearer ho saw that the
light came from a bull's eye lantern
in the hands of a burglar. Being
afraid to alarm the proprietors of the
store, who lived quite near, ne went
further away and got help, return
mr with seven men besides nimseit.
The mas in the store seemed quite
basllv occupied tying up under
clothes, stockings, dress goods and
other useful at tides into bundles.
iThe crowd on the outside had two
double-barreled shot trans in their
possession, but could not decide who
should do the shooting, some of them
contending that they taiust not shoot
at all unless the burglar resisted ar
rest, and others insisted that they
must shoot at once for fear the bur
glar would get the drop on them
rinally in passing one el the guns
from one person to another it was
discharged in the air. and the bur
glar at once made for aback window,
which was not guarded, and from
which he bad previously removed
two large lights of glass and parr, of
the sash. liv the time bis would-be
captors arrived at that part of the
building be was gone, taking witn
uini a revolver, a cold watch, what
small change was in the cash drawer
and several other articles. And,
alas! it was then too late to shoot
him. The valiant posse who were
after blni do not enioy being asked
howMihey caught the burglar.
Port Byron Points.
Mrs. F. S, Gates and Mrs. John
Hansen were in Rock Island Tuesdav
Clarence Candler took in the C. 13.
& Q. excursion to St. Louis Saturdav
C. S. Hunt is in Chicago this week
a.3 delegate to the grand lodge. A. I
and A. SI. '
Misses Emma and Millie Albrecht
have returned from their visit at
Hoffman, of Dayton
Ohio, is visiting at the home of her
uncle, D. S. Metzgar.
Kev. Aliord, our new M. K. minis
ter, has rented Capt George Dodge's
house on rront street.
Kev. J. W. Edwards is in town
this week getting ready to'depart
for his new charge at Tonica, LaSalle
Martin Laltne, of Grundy Center,
Iowa, who has been visiting friends
and relatives in this vicinity for the
past two weeks, started for home
1 he ladies of the Congregational
chmCi will girea-chicken pie supper
in the lecture room of the church
Wednesday evening, Oct. 8. Supper
will le feadv at 5:30 and will be
served throughout the evening.
SMtl U Hero. '
Two carloads of the lqnj;-coming
steel for the court house arrived this
morning. Construction work, de-
laved for rorae time by the non-
arrival of this material, ' will be im
mediately resumed and rapidly
prosecuted, and a goodly portion of
the imposing structure will be in
evidence before winter sets in. "We
expect to have two stories up before
snow flies," remarked Contractor
Larkin, "and if something unforseen
does not happen, I am confident our
expectations will be realized."
Fireman Curoyn Ountetl.
Peter Curnyn has resigned his con
ncction with the
Central bro com.
pany on request
of Mayor Knox
Henry Dasso, an ex-member of the
service, baa been appointed to snc
ceed him. Asked what occasioned
the removal. Mayor Knox answered:
"Oh, he got drunk. His conduct
was unbecoming an attache of the
department." The change has re
suited in a general shifting of the
Not Dion Like Hood'.
"We have used seven bo I ties of
Hood's Sariaparilla in our family,
and have derived much benefit from
the same. We have never used any
medicine equal to ,Houd's 6arapa
rilla. It gives life and vigor for the
day and sweet sleep at night." Cary
A. Fisher, Macedonia, 111.
enre biliousness, in-
Misses Decock and Hess wish to
announce to the ladies that they are
now ready to do all kinds of plain
and fancy dress making at reasonable
prices by Madame Kcllogg's system
of Fiench tailoring. Rooms over
Hess Bros', grocery, 1630 Second
Rkmmallaa CKreol ha m Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cares in 1 to S days, ts
action upon the system is remarka
blo and mysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, druggist, Eock Is
D. Not ka ImpsaeS Oa,
Always iniist on getting Foley's
Honey and Tar, as it is positively,
absolutely and unqualifiedly the best
cough medicine. Accept no substi
tute. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's
drag store. -
Miss Amelia and Otto Huber went
to St. Louis this morning for a visit.
Michael O'Brien departed this
morning lor ins nome in ireiana,
after an 8-months' stay with his
aunt. Mrs. David Brown.
Home seekers' excursion via C, R.
I. & P., Oct. 8 and 22. to a number
of points in Iowa, Minnesota. Ne
braska. Colorado, Kansas and Texas,
It will pay you to call and see
those fancy chairs and rockers on
sale this week at W. S. llolbrook's.
103-106-107 East Second street,
P. Qamlan has purchased the resi
dence of M. Wright, on Forty-second
street and Fourteenth avenue, into
which he' has moved his family
Many improvements have been added
by Mr. Quinlan. who proposes using
the property lor a nursery.
Dr. Ilouser gives his farewell lee
ture. tonight at Harper's theatre.
He has bad crowded houses during
his whole course ox lectures ana has
given general satisfaction to his
hearers. Tonight his lecture will be
for everybody, and his subject.
Bliss or Blister Is Marriage i
Failure?" Tickets 10 cents.
F. II. Pluromer and Charles 31c.
Hugh are off for a 4 days' hunt at
Spirit Lake, Iowa. Not satisfied
with ms recent. conquests aoont ns-
kiiwa, JVIcIIugb. has since been
searching the map for a gamy terri
tory and Hading one satisfactory to
his notion, induced Mr. Plumraer to
join him in a raid upon Iowa's game.
At the annual meeting of the
Western Baseball association at
Quincy this week, the circuit for
next year was outlined and it omits
Kocktord. which dciraudcd Kocfc lsl
and out of its franchise a year ago.
Among the players barred for next
season is Zeis, cf this citv, who
played with Jacksonville this season.
Uave Kowe was blacklisted.
Rev. R. F. Sweet was detained
from going to the Minneapolis con
vention when expected, owing to a
severe attack of neuralgia near the
heart. While he had been su Serin
for some time, he bore up in antici.
pation of his departure, but the so
verity of the attack forced him to re
main. Dr. Kollowbush thinks Mr.
Sweet will be able to go by Saturday.
'The Cotton King." with its heavy
working machinery in the mill scene.
practical elevator, and other realistic
effects, which was seen at aicv ickcr
theatre, Chicago, for 100 nights dur
ing the summer months, will be pre'
sented at the Burlis next Sunday.
This popular melo-drama is con
ceded by press and public' to be the
most prodigious presentation of this
class that has been seen of late years.
The storv is told well and the scenes
are forcibly illustrated. ' It is intel
ligently told and gives tp the stage
new types of character. It will be
presented in Davenport with the
same excellent cast that interpreted
it in Chicago and will be mounted in
the same elaborate manner.
Ilrlck for tlie Ituiliiltiff.
"The brick for the government
buildm? will bo on the wav in
abort time," said U. J. Kin;, con
tractor for the Rock Island federal
building, this morning. "I expect
car load by Mondav. at the outside.
he continued, "and it will be the
best kiud of material obtainable at
that, and it will make for Rock Ial
and as fine a building as can be
built of brick."
Contractor King now anticipates
notniog that will interfere with tbe
fnrther rapid progress of the work of
Death of Mr. Wallace Header.
Mrs. Wallace Bender expired at 11
o'clock last evening after an illness
of fivg months with a complication ef
ailments, tforu in Ireland 67 years
ago. the deceased had been a resident
of Rock Island since 13 years of age
Beside the husband, five children
survive: John, Louis and Miss Bir
die and Mrs. C. C. Wilson aud Mrs.
John Miller; also three step-children,
Miltin. Joseph and Mrs. W. Giles,
all living in the city. The funeral
will occur from the residence. 209
Twenty-second street, tomorrow at
ternoon at 2 o'clock.
A Card to the I-Bdles. -
John Friedlander will be in our
city Monday next for a few days only
with a splendid stock of table 'linen's
and lace curtains at remarkably cheap
prices selling out.
The E. Rutledge brought down
eight strings of logs.
The water continues to rise. The
stage at 6 a. m. was 1:40; at noon it
was 1:50; the temperature 71.
The Verne Swain and Prescotte
came down, and the J. K. Graves, E.
Rutledge, Prescotte, J. W. Van Sant,
Libbie Conger. West Ram bo. C. W.
Cowles and Verne Swain passed up.
The burden of labor i constantly
being lightened by new inventions,
but nothing new has yet been dis
covered to brighten the honrs of
labor and make life worth living like
Simmons Liver Regulator does it's
the king of liver medicines. A
sluggish liver depresses one's spirits
and causes languor, besides upsetting
the whole system. But Simmons
Liver Regulator . tones . up and
strengthen, the body.
Kmc Say Mr.
Many desperate case, of kidney
disease, pronounced incurable have
been cored by the Clinic Kidney
Care. Many physicians nse it. For
tale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug .tore.
. e- Children Cry for
A Disease That Doesn't Make
You Feel Sick Tilf Too
Symptoms are Nature's Danger Sig
nals Bright's Disease is Danger-
ous Because its Danger Sig
nals are so Weak Kid
niy Troubles and
How to Cure
Bright' disease has no symptoms.
That is, of course, it has some
symptoms, but thev are so common
that evervbody suffers from them
more or less.
And. yet, we have not all got
Bright a disease.
We nearly all have headaches.
Headaches are a sign of Bright'.
disease. Nervousness, thirst, hot
skin, loss of flesh these ' are other
symptoms. . ,
Who would sunposo no was aan
geronsly sick when he simply had
xet Bright s disease oitcn nas
hardly anv others, outwardly, and
is still one of the diseases most
dreaded of physicians.
If it is- allowed to ran loo long it
is incurable. Even in the beginning
ordinary drugs are often tin able to
Dut Ur. llobb's bnaragus Kidney
Pills will cure all cases of Bright'.
disease if taken . before the kidneys
are so worn out that renowing them
Most sicknesses are caused oy the
kidneys, because it is the kidneys
which are supposed to keep the blood
When tbe blood is impure it causes
iust the same symptoms as men
tioned above for Bright's disease.
If, when we are sick, we would
take Dr. Hobb'a Sparagits Kidney
Pills, we wotld care Bright's disease
if we had it, and in any case we
would purify our blood and relieve
the symptoms which made us feel
Hobb s Sparagns Kidney r.lls are
made from the roots and .talks of
the asparagus plant under a specin
They have a tonic and healing
effect upon the 'kidneys. They re.
pair the etlects of overwork, worry
excesses, etc. ' They strengthen and
nourish the organs and give them
Kidney troubles caused by wound
or bruises can be cured with Dr.
Hobb's Sparagns Kidney Pills.
The kidneys tiller our b'.ood. They
keep it pure and free from poisonous
When onr blood is impure wo suf
fer from Bright's disease, diabetes
and other kidney diseases, and from
rheumatism, gout, anemia, and
other blood diseases.
The cure would be to, take Dr.
Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills.
By curing the kidneys we would
make them purify tbe blood, and
thus would cureall kidney and blood
diseases from which we might be
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pill
are for sale by all druggists, or will
be sent to any address by mail, pre
paid, on receipt of price, oJ cents
Valuable pamphlet on the subject
mailed free on request. Hobb's Med
ieine company, Chicago or San Fran
run! Pile! Flleat
Ir. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will ere
blind bleeding', ulcerated and Itching plica.
atHKWbc tne tnmora, allay the Itching at once.
acta ae a poa't'ee, gtvet uibtant relief. L'r. Wll
llama' Indian Pile Ointment l prepared only for
piles and itching ot the private part, and tothtrg
lee. Ererj box l f-uarauteed. Bold by tlrug-
girta, Mnt bj mall, fur SO cents and Jl per box,
Williams SanafaetorinK company. Proprietors,
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by T. H. Thomas.
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Snbaeribed and sworn te before ma this 3rd day
OI vet, . ssuus r. wuri n.
fcBAi.1 Notary Pablic.
, Pars a Fauaa, vBirccton
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 E&st Second street
Favorite Gas Stoves,
Ohio Ice Cream Freezers,
The Prince Lawn Mower.
All of the above are
If you are interested
Prices never were
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St. Rock Island, 111.
SETVERS & ANDERSON
'CONTRASTORS and BUILDERS.
All kinds of earpanta
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
JOHN M. PAKIUOlf.
Painters and Decorators
sua?. 119 SmnUtnth CU B08Z ISLAim. ILL.
Saany, Qnickly osd iPerrnanerrtly Rectrxad.
nil cold ca a ocItiv
puflrmtoa ta cuto any
l,rra it tcrvoua prua).
trtiicnor nr. disorder
of tbo reaitnl opsins cf
loff.rc. by cicrs2.vcj ten ot
Tiamm. AVrohcl cr Ortnm. cr
of rocthfnl irMirretion cr ovrr .mlnli
Itzzinera. Onnciilricna. V.fJtcSalotsaa. lleadacua.
Mental Ix-irotBaon. twtpriU-irot tno tfrr-m, eu
Ucnaor, Xtrcrina Uotrn Veins, Ijeclcal Wcaknesai
llvateria, Nootumal Kairatoos, Spt rmatnrrlxra.
Iocs ot Itosrcr ar.d ImpnUiorj, whkn if oogJootwi,
tbmj Iea4 to precnatrrrocld mpo and fncanitr.
torts. 00. bent br mailoa raoeiptof prioevA arrittaa
rosiuvci j frcarameeo. itktl a iar m dcx; i. oonaf
gaarantsofiiiriaifiaa vrttnTry CSJOuiiHi leu Hen,
t tefand tha money it a peraaasst euro ia sot
'SVU HEDIdSfiCO. tMictt. Ucta.
Sold by II. F. Basnsea, itrofgrlst. Rxkblant.
Jotxn Volk: 3c Co,
ManofActarert of . '
Suh, Doort mi Bliodt,
Aad tUl kinds of
. Woodwork tot Boilden
Call and See Them
the best of makes.
call and see them.
General )obbtag don on abort notion
and satisfaction trnarantead
HUH A. rAJUOOM
Tka nentor ham
Too may bare, but svenr fine tkllor
made clothes, and yoor bett girl
will think yon handaooie. High
time boys to order yonr Fall Suit.
F. C. HOPPC,
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