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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1S95.
WILL THE BRIDGE BE BUILT
THE OPENING RECEPTION.
WE HAVE OVER 100
To dispose of this week at the extremely
low price of $12.50 each.
These sets are well made, double tops, new style
base and well finished. Besides this we have
a great many other bargains in sets at equally
W. S. KOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street
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 Junge'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 bottled 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.
of the celebraUil Jewel Stores and Ranges. An investigation wi!! con
vince yen os their excellence for cooking or heaii.iff purposes. A Jewel
Stove costs no more than many stoves of a much Inferior qualify. Our
tra Je-mark on ev-ry stove is an absolute guarantee of perfection.
Asifora Jewel; take no other. You
?5 A P''TIVE cure for dyspepsia, nervous exhaustion, livcrand
lib kidney diseases, constipation, etc. It increases the appetite,
trJ" promotes digestion, enriches the blood and gives new life and
vigor to the whole body.
Dr. Kay's Renovator
Striko3 at the root of the matter
29 and cures by removing the cause.
W Sold by dniRif ts. Send for circulars. J
Dr. t. J. kay MEDICAL
OlfO Soul ft
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or :Real Estate Security.
3 M Brri'BP, Pre.iderit.
Joaa 'cai sa. Vice PieslicsL
t? Oittm.yALT. Cathicr.
En nlne Ja.y. isn, and o-cniy tie
8. E. cor. 3t .tcht ILL) ade titm buildup.
C31 for Rock 3s2a2
Hrewlucr Co, Beer.
will never regret your purchase.
CO., (Western Office,)
JfJfh .Slrcof, OAUIU,.VEB.
Incorporated Under tht
C F Lrsde,
II f U ili.
K W Hnrt,
i V fiulbtd.
Jacaaoa HcmtI S-Ul'or.
Thm Lower End Project Being Brought to
a Focaa at Davenport.
At last night's meeting of the Dav
enport Business Men's Association
the report of the committee com
posed of M. L. Marks, Major Voll-
mer and lieorge T. Baker, appointed
to receive the bridge company's an
swer to the association's promise to
secure subscription to bonds to the
amount of $50,000, on certain condi
tions, was read as follows:
Yonr committee begs leave to re
port as follows: Having met the
representatives of the Davenport &
Kock island Construction company
who accorded us an opportunity for
investigation, the following proposi
tion has been agreed to, which we
herewith submit for vour action:
"The Davenport & Rock Island
Construction company, having a con
tract witv the L'avenport & kock is
land Bridge, Railway & Terminal
company, whereby on the coniple'
tion of the railway bruize of said
company between Davenport and
Kock Island it will be tbe owner oi
five hundred thousand ($500,000)
par value, of the first mortgage
bonds, and of one million dollars (f 1,
000.000) stoek of said bridge com
pany, does hereby agree with each of
the persons who fball sign the sub
scription hereto attached, upon pay
ment being made to it as in said sub
scription provided, to deliver to
such person the amount at par bonds
by him subscribad for, together with
full paid stock of said bridge com
pany of double the amount of said
bonds at par value.
And in consideration of the fore,
going proposition the undersigned
hereby subscribe for and agree to
purchase from said Davenport &
Rock Island Construction company
first mortgage bonds of the Daven
port & Rock Island Bridge, Railway
& Terminal company for the amount
opposite our names," respectfully, on
the following terms and conditions,
1. Said subscription shall be pay
able on the completion of the rail
way bridge of said company between
Davenport and Rock Island, and the
connection of said bridge by single
or double tracks with depots and
terminal facilities in both the city of
Davenport and Rock Island.
2. The mortgage or deed of
trust securing said bonds shall be a
lirst lien on the said railway bridge
and terminal, and shall secure bonds
to the amount of five hundred thous
and dollars (t500,O0o) including
bonds herewith subscribed for. All
bonds bearing live (5) per cent inter
est. 3. The construction of the piers
for said bridge shall be commenced
within sixty (60) days from the time
iifty thousand dollars ($50,000) of
subscriptions to this agreement shall
have been obtained, and said bridge
shall be completed for the passage of
cars thereon on or before three (3)
4. This subscription list shall be
deposited in trust with the German
Trust company, of Davenport, la., in
the event that the payment of the
subscriptions is called for.
Your committee further reports,
that after a full investigation we be
lieve the project worthy of the sup
port of all citizens of Davenport; that
it win broaden our commercial inter
ests; that it will reduce the price of
fuel; that the earnings will pay the
interest on the bonded indebtedness
and in a short time will pay a divi
dend on the stock.
A SIMM Meeting.
The report was adopted by unani
mous vote, and after an extended
discussion it was determined to call
a mass meeting tomorrow afternoon
of citizens of Davenport to definitely
dispose of the matter and to ascer
tain just how the people there are
interested and inclined to move in
Ponga and Scenes tf the Sonny South.
Men may come and men may go,
but the Salter & Martin mammoth
original Uncle Tom's Cabin company
is always sure of a welcome. The
play can hardly grow old. for its
theme is a thrilling one, its fame
universal, and the new theatre-goers
are constantly growing up, whose
dramatic education would not be
complete without having witnessed
this time-honored work.
The arrangement of tbte play is one
of the best ever witnessed hero, and
the scenic effects are all that could be
desired. Boston Globe.
The Salter & Martin mammoth, or
iginal, spectacular Uncle Tom's Cabin
company will appear at Harper's
theatre next Friday evening.
In Yo::r Blood
Is the cause of that tired, languid
feeling which afllicts you at this sea
son. The blood is impure and has
become thin and poor. That is why
you have no strength, no appetite,
cannot sleep. Purify vour blood
with Hood's 8arsaparilln,"which will
t-ivc you an appetite, tone vour stom
ach, and iuvigorate your nerves.
Hood's pilis are easy to take, easy
in action and ure ia eject 25 cunts.
TVbat the I'eople Say.
I couldn't keep store without Fo
ley's Honey and Tar."
E. D. Whipple. Lostant, 111.
Ship at once can't sell any other
II. Wi. Ellis, Montrose, Wis.
Foley's Honey and Tar saves me
doctor bills every winter."
L. A. Towxek, Manteno, 111.
For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug
Children Cry for
Pitcher'6 Castcria. !
Free flour at McCabe's.
Free flour' at McCabe's.
Oilcloth patterns at Holbrook's.
Flour given away at McCabe's to
Robert Anld is back from his Blue
Gen. Smith D. Atkins, of Freeport,
is at the Harper.
Special bargain in blankets at
Young & McCo tubs'.
Otto Huber returned this morning
from uis St. Louis and Chicago visit.
Brighten vour stoves by having
them nickel-plated at the Rock Isl
and Stove company's.
L. A. Galloway has gone to Car
thage. 111., where he will spend sev
eral days with relatives.
James Griffin returned home to
Goodland, Kas., last evening, after
a few day's visit with his mother.
McCabc s quarter century sale
this week. Save every purchase
check if you wish to compete lor pre
miums. The seat sale for Miss Alice
French's readings at Library hall
Davenport. Oct. 23, opens at Harri
son's pharmacy tomorrow evening at
i o clock.
Engineer Frank Means' new Rock
Island locomotive, the 651, is the
lirst to be rebuilt in the Davenport
shops. She is a beauty and t rank
is justly proud of her.
The Woman's Improvement gnild
of Trinity church will meet at the
residence of Mrs. Walter Johnson, an
Eleventh and First avenue, Wednes
day afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Col. C. W. Durham left this morn
ing for Chicago to join Gov. Altgeld
and staff, of which he is a member.
and accompany him to Milwaukee's
Dr. John R. Hawthorne has opened
a dental oflice in the rooms occupied
by Dr. S. B. Hall, over Hartz & Ulle-
meyer'a drug store in Sweeney block.
lliird avenue and .twentieth street
Uitv uierK nuesing nas an inquiry
from A. A. Dorrance, of Chamber
lain, S. D., as to the whereabouts of
Wallace Grenell, formerly of that
city, or any of his heirs, or James
Grenell, a . one tune resident of
Davenport. Mr. Dorrance is execu
tor of an estate in which these par
ties are interested.
Miss Jeanette Faxon, who formerly
taught in the public schools of Kock
Island, died at Oskaloosa, Iowa, Sat
urday. She was a sister of Mrs. J
F. Everett, whose husband will be
remembered bv iuanv as S. S. Keni-
ble's predecessor as superintendent
oi the Kock Island schools, in which
position he served for over 20 vcars
Miss Faxon had been in poor health
for many years. She was greatly be
loved uy an wno Knew ner.
Henry Krell, of the firm of Krell &
Math, had the misfortune to lose his
wallet containing about $125 of the
firm's money on his way to his home
on Seventeenth street 'and Eighth
avenue last evening, between 9 and
10 o'clock. Mr. Krell discovered his
loss shortly after reaching home and
qnickly retraced his steps in hopes
of finding the lost parcel, also ratify
ing the police and offering suitable
reward, but so far has not recovered
Frank W. Harris, th'rd baseman
for the Davenport team in the old
Inter-State league, was sentenced to
be hanged at Freeport Saturday.
ine verdict oi the lurv. finding liar.
ris guilty of murder in the first de
gree, was followed by a dramatic
scene, Harris falling in a swoon and
being carried from the court room
about three-quarters of an hour af
terward. He killed one Charles Ben-
gel last May and the defense on trial
was emotional insanity.
The indictment against Samuel
McCormick for burglary has been
nolle prossed by Judge Glenn upon
ine recommendation of State a Attor
ney Searle and he has been liberated
from tho county jail. McCormick
was charged w ith breaking into the
Augustana Book concern and appro
priauDg meraiure. v nue he was
not detected in the act, a book found
in his possession bearing the Angus
tana stamp satisfied the authorities
mat no was ine guutv man. lie was
convicted in the circuit court at the
May term. A rev trial was applied
ior and granted, out a rchearin
could not be had until the following
term, and McCormick was compelled
in rczuaiu i.i jail in ueiauil oi bail.
This, together with his wife separat
ing frcm him, weighed on his mind.
until he became desperately iusace
This proved temporary, however, and
by the arrival of September his mental
faculties became normal. Feeling that
McCormick had been sufficiently per
secuted and realizing the uncertain
ty of the outcome of another trial,
the s'ate's attorney recommended
that his indictment he quashed, aid
now Judge Glenn has granted it.
Horace Greeley once said: "Tie
wayHo resume is to resume," speak
ing of again putting gold into cirec.
tion after the war. But you may
say "resume" any number of times
to that torpid liver of yours and it
won't budge until you take Simmons
Liver Regulator. Many people seem
to forget that constipation, billious
ness and s;ck headache are all caused
by a sluggish liver. Keep the liver
To ladiea WUh:i( Employment.
Any lady wishing profitable em
ployment, not only during the com
ing winter, but permanently, should
apply to H. G. Colman, Kalamazoo,
Mich. Only those with good refer
ences need apply. i
Attract ire Program at the
t. at. c. A.
Notwithstanding the threatening
weather Association hall was filled
last evening at the opening musicalc
of the season. The program was
considerably lengthened bv encores
and was much en joyed by all. Pres
ident Adams made the address of
welcome for the association and the
following numbers were rendered:
...Trot Bowlby' orchtr
....... .. .Mis Wolimfti.n
,....&Ms Grace Kail
loua flijlo ..
Jtrs Tin KoecKrit. mi. tirrt e n i.cx,
J A JoUnsju, A E Kilmer.
At the conclusion of the musicale
the audience adjourned to the gym
nasium, where an exhibition of fancy
bicycle riding was given by Adclbert
Head, and several Indian club races
ran by the juniors. These receptions
will be given monthly during tbe
season, and promise 'to be a
great treat in a social war.
A Kent Hand Hook.
Gen. Secretary Blakslee. of the Y.
M. C. A., has gotten out a neatly de
signed hand book and guide to the
Rock Isiand Y. M. C. A., which sets
forth the advantages that the build
ing offers most strikingly. It is
artistically illustrated with pen
sketches bv Mrs. lilakslee and bv
photographs of the various
ments of the building.
Do Not be I mooted On.
Always insist 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
One Night Only.
Friday, Oct. 18.
The arg pi ;tik for Imitator.-"? Too r;r.t for
SALTER & MARTIN
Jlnrn- n:h, Oriclnn! Production of the
Fori most Air cri ma Drama
"KB TOM'S CM"
OH Ur.rs. Vnks, Dm try.'. Burros,
u MulU d PouU-s, uxeu.
8iin-ltliB. 'ntvi rri Easj'an
A I ar-Loai of Srccial Scenery.
A feup:rb Urchvrtra.
Risciveil teats at Ilicccr Brcs" jewelry store.
Nctk Taicb for the mont? r i oon-cay patatc
Cone rt ia front of opera ho-itc at 7 p. m.
Aclm'ssion '.5c, S5c anl !Pc.
aw era am
WM. C. BcMVIlI
813 Brady Street.
The Boston Dental Parlors have
generously presented to tho
people of Kock Island 2,000
cards, which, on presentation
at their office, are received as
a credit of $1 on any work or
dered. We hope by this to
reach more people and show
them how cheaply good work
can be done.
we imn unmm pah
And Guarantee all work. Crown
and Bridge work a specialty.
Sec Our IPrices.
Filrer Filling. SO cents and up
Cold Filllnc;. ....fl ud np
Gold Crowns-. ........ ..$3
Pet of Teeth 5
Best set or teeth ...53
Open S a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come and sec n. We can save yo money.
upin bunrays :or extruding rrora a to iO a. m.
Boston Dental Parlors.
Over Winecke's Tailor shop.
818 nraay Btrcet - - - - DAVENPORT. TA
FIKEGLA COUGH BALSAM
io excellent f oral throat ir flax mat loan and for
ftthmi. f onp urri-
tivcs wil. tuvAiiat.ijr
derive benrbt Tnm
tatc iuc cnu.'n
-vniior xp rt'ir
it .t'.ro in re;o it.-g
willCd t I 1 U t' r .
Tlierv a farce V r
ct r:r? f iho-c- who
fu.-;i ih-:r cww n
ti hc cur p-3intifi"S
who iie or.Iy tfr
t"ir from a cI.dl!
cold or deep eaVt cntih. o'ten f-e i"Jva1 r?
catarrh, fnrcafarrii Ely raui Pa'.m. Irth
rpmedie ire 3si.t T Cr- nm Balm Uper
boitle; i'inrii tin nam -c a; Irnti?. Ia qun
ti'i of 50 will dcitver on receipt of om uuU
SLY BIUTIISK?. :6rirrenSt..7Tcw Ycrk.
-tllVf VT! "frn:. ll.-.ipw
T.Ul-Uirti,' . ,1 . A I -. .. m
fiirnfo, 1 J lur procc. ox cores, t upl -x-
$f tnr- lOO-awe l It frw. f
if4!Hk .. . f 1 r
Made in Doe-wah-jack,
Burns any kind of fuel.
They keep the fire all day and night.
Steady heat, clean and comfortable.
If you want the best, we sell it.
See the Name on the Leg.
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
I las the most replete line of new patterns In Imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1737 SEC OK; V!UE.
EVER SOLD FOR
Rock Island, 111.
Full line of Furs, Capes.
Cloaks, Fur Lined Cloth
(iarraenls. Muffs, and
Repairing and orders
given prompt attention.
219-221 W. Second St.