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THE ARGUS, THUBSDAY JANUARY 14, 1897.
We Have Too Many
WHERE IS THE BLAME? JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN. TURNER HALL CONCERTS.
OF THIS STYLE OF SHOES
Caae nf Contagion UMmw faanlelt;
lira li AohOTltl.i.
The DavcDport Msmtcrftt tavs:
Per Cenf Reduction
S3, 3 50 $4 and $5 Shoes
10 (JET THEM our QUICK AND THIS MEANS
' The board of health of this city ami
of Kock Island are nintuallj en
gaged in an interstate case of con
tagions disease that may make trou
ble for somebody yet. A little girl
named Collins, died over there Son
day night, and Monday her remains
were brought over here for burial.
They were taken to a house on Eist
Tenth street, and preparations were
made for a public funeral. In the
meantime the Davenport health ofli-
cials learned that this child had died
of membraneous croup, and that an
other person in the hou se in which
she died, three weeks before had hai
diphtheria, and so the public funeral
was interdicted here, and the bouse
placarded for diphtheria, in spite of
the indignation of its occupants, and
an officer of the health department
remained on guard during the funer
al to aee that no one entered the
house. Dr. Cantwell, of the Daven
port boani of health, has set on fool
an inquiry through Dr. Sala. of Kock
Island, health commissioner of that
New of ( err lit It I et
rren th- tipper flail.
Joslin. Jan. 1:1. Harry Long has
hsd two sic k children. Dr. Him I.
, was railed to see them.
Kd Wainwright has rented the Mc-,
ifilorphy farm near Hillsdale.
.Mr. ana Mrs. Argunrignt have left
for their home in Woodbine, lorn.
Boy 8. Pailey attended the Ep-
worth League convention at Orion.
G. W. Crompton. of Rock Island,
visited with hi mother Friday iast.
Judson Wainwright has been -uf-fering
from an attack of pneutnonia-
Miss Delia Frela returned to Mt.
Pleasants, where she it attending
The last heavy ruins fetched Rock
river out nf He banks. It la now at
about a standstill.
Sadie Beal baa left for Blooming
lon. where she will attend the state
normal tliis winter.
lienry bchafer' son, David, baa
been very sick with lung tetter, with
Dr. Merry roan in attendance.
Mrs. William Whiteside, now of
Moline, came up hv train and visited
ix ilk Mr. V V l..mt- ,. i ..... I - -
and there are prospects that the r
r. . r i , -
noci isianu uoctors wno nre in r
$240 For Our $co Lines' $3 20 For O ir $403
$280 For Our $350 Lines '$400 Fcr Ojr $500
EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.
mitted the bedy of such a patient to
go to burial, and be sent out of the
state, without notice to the health
officers, will be the center of an in
vestigation." Health Commissioner Sala stated
this afternoon that Health Commis
sioner Cantwell had called his atten
tion to the matter, and that he had
made inquiry of tha physician win
attecdud the case and win give as
surances that h had n : Of dire:,
statement, or inference, given the
fatn.lv- ft understand that a public
funeral would b : p. : : ! 1)
Sala did not think fj- r would bi
anything further come of the matter.
that the dinsr was avar o 1
through the vigilauca of tue IMreri
port authorities. And especially ti
the circumstances are of "nh a n -
This is the time of year when in goii g through
our stock we find many things that must be
cleared away for spring stock,
Now is the Time
To catch us giving bargains. Come in and get
your share of the offerings. Wet weather will
make you want new shoes. Come early.
WMOTT k BARBIE
1704 Second Ave.
Health la the
Sunshine of Home,
it? If not. consult
Have yoo got
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
O f the Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located In Davenport, Iowa
DB. T. M.
DB. J. K. WAU8H.
NEBVOC8 DEBILITY FxhausUve drains, aleepleeaness, threatened
or eaj other
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism. Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood.
Kidney. Uttt udBkiE diicsMi taste qmlok't aad paranUi eaiea atvasnee as
VARICOCELE la the most active cause ot
' t,w1: otBer woer, r nuutH rraiMII
eutoar uyaroceie cured in three dejt-no pal;
fllto'a I lrfl.tr III,, tmm Pleat ml a Bl 111
I al Mfkt.
'Che lirat nf a series of concerts at
Turner hall was civon last night by
Otto's orchestra. The event at.
tract.) a lar.- number nf maaic
lovers Them wen 10 numbers and
the music was superb.
The program consisted of: March.
"El Captain." Sousa: overture.
"Scbauspiel." Bach: waits. -Vie aha
Besutiee.- Ziebrarr: selection, from
Bohemian Girl Balfe: deacripiiv,
parro!, "An Evening on Bradv
Street." Otto: overture. ItaMaas in
Airier." Bossini: concert polka.
Honey Suokle," aolo for cornet.
iCneey). P. F. Petersen: selection
from - Jacinto." Bohyn: medlev. A
(iod Thinj." H-ei mirrh. frapo
Managtr Lochmauu feels niurh
pratilid over the manner in whub
the public has become interested in
the concert, wbieb it is hie iaten
tion to moke o popular winter
The Shirt thai Attracts All
TAYLOR KlItuE TOI'IC.
Taylor Ridge. Jan. M The vohiif-
est son of Mr. and Mrs. Jumps Basts,
of Bowling, died early Tuesday morn
ing of lung fever. Burial occurred
at Mc Con noil's chapel at 1:3d o'clock
Airs. Tapp went to Milan Saturday
Chares MoCulIough went cut to
J be "peoples snooting match'
came off last Saturday.
Ihe roads have been in a bad con
dition since the freeze-up.
Uncle" James Tavlor went to
Rock Is'acd Saturday afternoon.
Miss Ada Hudson returned to her
home it Rock Island last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs J. A. Sever attended
servica at Edginglon Sunday morn
Mrs. Splckler and son, Harry, at
tended service at Reynolds Sunday
Kev. Matthews came over from
Remolds Saturday afternoon t-j at
tend covenant meeting.
mere 13 a great deal of throat ami
luDg trouble, caused bv the mild
weather two weeks ago.
niiss r.aie uerrick, of Howling, h&s
yen spending a couple of weeks with
aire. Mcwun.'Ugn, wno is no better.
The young people have been en
joying the skating f.r the past two
wer.-ks. They seem determined to
mske up for lost time.
Revival meetings are beinsr be'xl at
the new church at Kdt'irp-ton this
week, aod also continued at the Bap
tist church at Reynolds.
Kev. li. tlouck went to Cambridge
Saturdav to take the Diace of Rev.
W. E. Matthews, who has been givicg
some splendid talks during the meet
ing at Reynolds.
AS Oil! Hetllrr.
W 1 11 ' h- -m Sr-. ; n , n p - cerlllo
tracts ot jour SSSSSBHJ :t ay SI oi:etd tastlf,
b::t when it b SSSKS an old ect'.ier it If pirtty
hard to Inidse. Keoiember thi w:.en jroa rzper
ienrr tte flrt tvinjer ot tbie ob:t:aa e !
goo'ilsgd eose, r.d attack it with Boetcttei'l
Btoaach Bitten It will then 'make track. "
and rr"ibl7 leave yon ni.iso rated and in peace
able poaaeMion cf your om romfoc: n Ibe fc
ture. Peril alysUend rBcnsia-. -m. if It be
c c!iro-..-c, . . .... -l uf lm teiidircr 'o st-
tact the baait. I saallr t la eon-.p' r;cd with
kido: y trouble main 1; la that the kidna
when .rors'-l liy SkS B.uera, w;ll e'lmlmte iin
pnri'ive which give rie to r.cniuat-ani in4
droyr I a incletcint or wet cond:tlona of tiie
weath r. :ha Bitter', taken In adtur'e. wi'i oft-1,
avait ibanmatic trouble. !' -r. n. fan: y
medicin : for dyopcueia. UHicnatlt ea, heatfacbe
a- '. onatlpatioo.
Mr-. Christopher Whiteside. Mr.
Alonzo Dunbar and Miss Amanda
Nold made calls to see Mrs. Crompton
Tuesday last K. K. Crompton, Jr..
sold 10 hog to John Sarnrik which
j averaged 4t pound. Three out of
the lu averaged bOu pounds.
Patrick Buckley and Frank Talby
have each Lad a tick child, and Mrs.
K. A. Dooohev has had o touch of
lung fever. Dr. Looker visited thi m.
James Seorle made o boainess trip
to M jlioc Monday la-t. The roads
were so terribly bod that he drove
Asossj to Barstow, and then took the
John swank shipped another car
load nf ii .gs to Chicago for wh:ch he
paid $;.7S bo t' per hundred The
largest, linest looking t. fetch the
Id VcMurphy has rented his farm!
iu . iiu.4 10 .i uuiuiio who i nuie ir:'ui
the vicinity of Milan. He sjsrja cash
rent T:i p'.r aero for the pasture and
$3 SO for the plowtd ground.
I am crtdi-ab'y informed that the
unpleasant feeling that was at one
limi indulged against Rev. Brock,
he.-ause he had the courage t- vote
for tnut which be conscientiously bo
lievi d wa ri-:ht, is now dying out.
and all is pleasant again, as iisboold
The meetings which were an
nouned would be held at Joslin had
to be abandoned on account of the
r -d.. Rev. Bogess has been
on hand and has been staying with
Kev. Brock. Meetings have been
hcl i at Enterprise during the last
If Madison Bjwles did not have an
opportunity to fire off hia cannon
ovtr the election of Vtilham I
Bryan, whom he thinks U one of the
greatest men of his day. yet he em
braced the opportunity rridav Ir.at.
of Hinging the glorious banner to the
BfOCOC, ani tiring off a dozen rounds
in honor nf Jackson dav, which in
duced the blood to How quicker
through his veins, and caused him
to feel young again.
Mt i.ti m ix Pahvo.
Shcrrard Jso. l:t T. 8 l-'ollett .0
went to Kock island Saturday to
visit his nrniher, oud returned florae
Skoting i oil the go sriib the
John S-ard his been very sick
with the grip, bet ia eon- 1. - t r
1,1 1 e- 1 nnai t ,s ..!..;.. '
the sn w Wedaesdoy byoojiyioga
Huith Gorman and sit-r. Mr:; i
of Cob.o, visited thoir brother
Thnraaa tiormae. lo r - Matordoy.
Joe .n- wife and daughter, wbn
were viaitiog In Cablo. paael
thrnngh here Snndsy on their wsy
i:omr to coai a'li-v
C. A. Samcelaon and Julius Erlrk-
son lift f r Chicogo Tuesday uritb
two carload of cattle oud one of
h-jr Eiickson intends to receive
treatment for bia arm.
C. H. HisdortT. nf Reynolds. ha
!ren:ed part of C. A Samuelson
"Mr" r r n har.if li p. and will he
glad to have the farmers patronize
Ct r - t Bell was rolled to Wan
lock I riday nn accoint of the acri
dent to hie brother. John James Bell,
who wis lately tMirmxi iu the m nes
bv t!. exploaion of a keg of powder
lie was aerinnsly uri 1
William Paicos and Mr. Siinlcy
were caught under a falling ro-k in
the minx Kriday. Ti. roak not be
log very thick, there were no bines
t.roken. Mr. I ascoe received a very
iiad cut tn the head, but was not
seriously hurt, and both Ken are
ot their work again.
nervous debility. Why
meat cars ta eaiaa oajs By saw 1
in inree n.ii m nam
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us
. mw M MiltM mtmuj ' . : V"Ti up et DOS
oix:rat: ma performed at jcur home If deal
OUR CREDENTIALS and Testimonials
A Booaebold Nereealty.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical diecovery 01
the age. pleasant and refreshisg tn
the taste, act gently and posit vely
on the bowels, cleansing tLe en i .
syeUm, dispel colds, cure hea-lache.
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please buv and trv a box
of C. C C today : M. 25. 60 cent.
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
Too Mat li to etwwllow.
"lukwpll nearly lost bis jjb ou the
paper yesterday. "
"How wa that?"
"He handed in nn account of the
athletic sports and said cne of the win
ners of the foot races was a messeng-
boy." Washington Times.
Abdominal and brain anrgery a
ore the Best The numerous
W have cored . aunycaaes irtT-n up aa hopeleea. sad we may be able to can 70a.
w. wnniin wr Kn r.TWTreo rrem the Bewapapera re ear
"dlca! rd SBBMBM eseea ia proof eocclnalra ititour aOeancaS
ouareiau. I awaioie. wvh l.m with oUen, but
year low m "ejj m a aaaaaa u every SSJSSSS ttatyoacaal
(bat auwvt " ' J rylrmaai.T weett aa
caTer 100 to eayowa peoTtna-oar CTedanOela"buae. Weaaafeatt
nsaieocr. mo uwu apoajieu oarar yvs raeh a fail ti natal Ilea
NLY CURABLE CASES TAKES 0
OFFICE 114 W. Third St, MoCvJiongh, BsJldJac, Do1
BB5 core wbeie all
oouss boos out teta
ea eedeet feTyoa aoSwjT
Cordova. Jan. 12 John Marshall
la slowly recovering from bis recent
Mrs. Charles Phillips is quite ill
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jjbn Jewe'.
Sunday. a boy.
Tnomas Freek, of Albany, sp-nt
Tuesday with W. R. Fr.ek. of this
Miss Anna Marshall, of Rock I'-
and, spent Sunday with Mi Ceon?!
Frank Haynes come home from
Moline Saturday sod sp;nt o few
daja with idd friends.
The members of the village bond
have caused four new improved
street lamps to be planted on Mia
Cordova seems to be the central
(Train ma:ke: in th's section nf the
country, judging from . tin
Revival meetings are in eion o
the M. E. church tbia week nnder
th management cf R-vs. Wind and
K. B Hol e haa depart, d f jr Jt-n-
san. Fla.. where he will eptnd th
winter and Inok after hU intrrcst in
a fruit farm.
Misa Mamie Hunt will return to
her bom' at Savanna Tnuradav after
r 2.mon'.be' visit with relatives an
The aa!e nf all the farming imple-
mer.u. stock and firm brim fi? t'
J. F. Hitnp'on. was bold Tuesday.
Jan 12 The rale was well otten1-4.
Fiec ric Bitters is o medicine salt
ed for any season, bat perhaps mure
cenerally when the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
tot i torpid and slnggieh and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine boo
often averted long and perbsp Intel
bilious fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion, con
stipation, dirtiness yield to Electric
bitters. 60c and 1 per bottle at
I Hartz i UUemeyer's drug store.
Nature t old st.intr lt..nr.
In BBS valley of tlm Pi tehcra river
. lii.ii lif.-.v from Hi- I rul moaiitain
into tli An-tic mi ::u near Nova Z-m-
Ma. thi rc 11 a i-t.ite of t- .nt- which
attr.t'-tiug the nrn ntion tf uinoraliat
and is only one 1:1010 cxamnlo of h
jucii'-nn-iy nature dnea her work when
ber primitive couditioos are observed.
This Vnllejr ha a sturdy gnrwtb nf
r rowbi rries, iloudlx rrii :, crauherriev,
any namt- r of small fruit beortng
plants, with heath anoss oad lieBna
eorue nf which Li-ar seed and fruit hi
prea: pmfasion. An eminent ornitbola
pisl, 111 tbe coare- f lus te.-un he in
tbi locality, sii.pt ! .r a liltlc time.
Tin re were tnilliuna of mn covered
v.tth trKirrrrwt'i. The arctic .-ummiv
has ii p'tpetual sou, and the indigenous
plants i.nd fries grow and dev. lop with
HT. ji r.,( mil.v. T!i- mrunj' r miwi auil
di uly, and with it innumerable bird
nf all varii-ties, but they enme to what
-Mm a barren wuete. f.,r thorn- i nmh.
Irtjr viibl- 1 -.it :i... .ui.l 1. Within Jt
houre, howiv.r, thia frcantlxiuud r.ion
chaiv n it appearance. Tho snow di
rlvea, the ice melt away, and natut-'
tM.uhty stand rweal.-d. Tho autumn
an. v.-fall horn atxl rovr lh- .lant.
with their bad nf fruit, keeping it in
tho most perfect condition until the
aprimrtimr, when it furuudv fond fnr
tho million of bird that make this
tb. irrummer home. New VorkL. djr.-r.
A S.oi'.efas Shirt like a
leu name, hit nlsvay
de'-rrrt-d fame. 1 he
nefnc uf cur fspoilefw. fit
tah riB b the ELGIN.'
ohlrt for the morry ta
world only u lalto
$i soohtiu Try it and
mill wear no other. -
101 ( I I I l I I
1 HE POPULAR SUBJECT
BsVal l. xrl I . aUl
WK HAVE BOTH
a. Free Silver Oold
Our yilvt r fillings at jcoc Me
orth more than a doll ax will
2k gold crown at $5. and oar
be with freccoirtage.
g-Pid Timnga at ; t up
Owing to the h'gh quality of
material we uae ia our plate 1
wc could not afford to make
them for $6. The price Is now
Bridge work, the most scien
tific and modern way of replacing teeth.
at one hall price $5.
Wc ( x tract teeth positively palnU-ss with an application
to the gums tjo gas, ether, chloroform, consequently no
for a short time we will present our patrons with s tube of
tooth paste of our own maker, guaranteed absolutely pure.
All our work guaranteed for ten years. Come and see ns
Consultation and examination free.
When Kero made bis artistic tour as
a musician and actor through t!ie ririo
of (Jreeoe, more than 400 crowns were
bestowed upon bim, and whi n be re- role?-. aUnrj a Tar
turned to Rome he decreed himself a Couch Syrup wherever Introduced I
triumph and entered the city with the, considered the most pleasant and ef
crowns borne in solemn procesain. fective remedy for all thr, -at snd
1 T" luoe compiainta. It ia the only
To Car a Cold la fkM n.. w J
, . , . , ; prominent cough medicine that con-
1.1 AUZl0 QraiB? Bu P"l that can sat lv
Al. lirajroiiu refund the k , .uu k. a u
ia i mm - i a" tmm. sura wj mm. ar.
A card on the outside of office door
soys: frone to lunch. Be back tn
ten miouteev' Aod. the man wdi
be tbire on time. Thalia, tor some
dv. weess or oven months, be will
then be will he at borne neraiona'.:v
for o dav. H'll tell you be bad o bio-f-
-cbe turn of choiara as or bus, or
mat B0 bo'll say be had o lump lo hi
stomach oad felt too miserable tn
m.ve. Iheiutupaas probal.ly tw
or three 10-mmute louche on-
The man who Hnlts" hi liinob-a
will li-.d II.- I'.r-r.-e'a I' . aa.nl IV:
BsOS tte best f fiend he over met.
I h re it sjo case of hiJioasnevs
c -nstipoUon. iodigooUoa, heort
i.jra." or any f the rct nf th-
nightmare breed in; bl...d. thst theae
little I'e.leU" will not cir Tbee
care permeoectiy. Sonet XI coots Is
1-eent toa;pB tVw orll's Disponsari
Medical nsoocioUon. Buffalo. N. Y .
en.l receive- Or. Pierce I'iO pg
Common Sena-- Medical Adilaor."
If you wont to . tobo'co .; or
eneily and forever, ho mode well,
strong, moimotio. full of new life aod
v ir-.r toko No-To-Bac. tho wonder
worker that makes weak moo stronfr.
Many ruin too pouods in ton day.
Over 400,000 cored. Buy No-To-Bar
from ycur own drnjrc--'-. ko will
(ruaraotee a cure. BnkleM and sam
ple mailed free. Addreo otorlias:
Rem. dy compuay. Chioasro or N
t o Cas
tro or an-
When bilioas or enattvo e
caret, oandy cathartic cure
teed. 10 ceute. X cents.
eei. iu cent, a
New York Dental Parlors,
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