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THE ARB UP, TUESDAY, JUNE 15r 1897
Old Soldiers Tell About Hun
yon's Great Victories.
Mr. p. II. Clark, member of the Union
Veteran Ltrfrlon. So. 1, and residing; at
filenwood. Twenty-third Ward, Fitta
burs, aaya: 1 suffered for twenty yeara
or the heart.
or tho spells
that I had it
spoils were ac
ing down the
left Bide and
arm. My can ft
waa so sever
that the Gov
paying me a
ix-nnlnn on ac
count of it. I
have tried evorythrwr in an effort
to sertire rellf, but finally cave up
tho Idea of belntr helped. Keceru
ly 1 tried Munyon' Heart Cure
atifl It gave mo almoxt Instant relief. I
firry a bottle of it in my pocket all tha
time, to be used In cane of aa emergency.
I have; also been troubled with severe
dlslr In my stomach, accompanied by
lain ml ilrawinic up of the intestines.
jl tln.es I felt that I would die. I pur
chased a hotllv of Munyon's Dyspepsia
Cure and 1 am happy to say that the
first dtjao cured me."
A- U. Austin, No. 7 Harper's Court,
Houth Ilend, Iml., a veteran of tho war,
who contracted rheumatism while In tho
arrn.y, and la also MjlTerinir from the
effects of aunxtrriUe, saya: " I have been
uvlnn the Munyon Rheumatism Cure
sln'e lnnt Monday. 1 have derived more
benefit and Kr-ater relief from the meill
clne than any that I have ever used: In
deed, one f'ature la very remarkable;
my little flnn r, which has been perfectly
sjiiff, aa thoutth. It had no joint in It, and
always In my way, which I have not
been nbln to bend for many yeara, has
tiecom supple and pliant, and I can now
elosn It Into the palm of tho hand In a
natural wny. I am delighted with Mun
Munyon has a separate cure for earn;
disease. At all druggists, mostly 25 cents
WANTED-A GOOD fURL FOR HOfSF,
work la small family. Call at 1-11 Sixth
WANTED !0 AOENT8 FOt HANDUNU
a necessity that ta used in every house,
fall at I70H Heoond avenue between 9 a. m.
to t p. m. Inquire for Mr, Underbill.
WANTrD TO MAN MONEY ON DIA
monda, watohea. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, elothlnif. dry
Roods, furniture, ete. liUrheat cah prices
paid for second hand Roods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prlnea. A II easiness transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
llv Klichieenta atreet. Don't forget IV. J. W.
tjHJR RF.NT-A S-IIOOM
' Ei-hU avenue.
R RENT IIOfSE OF FOfR ROOMS.
sewer and water, 227 Twenty drat street.
TLll RKNT-KOT R ROOM FIJI TON TWEN--P
tieih street: l per month. Apply to K.
II. RtalTord. Masonic Temple block.
"LTOH RENT SIT ROOM HO!"3E ON 81XTM
X avenue near Twentieth street. Apply to
E. It. Stanonl, Masonic Temple bloolc.
TjTott BKNT-FI VF. ROOM FI.ATON TWEN
A tleth street: modern Improvements; t
pernmntv. Apply to K. II. Stafford, Ma-sonlc
R 8 ALE-TWO HOTELS.
' TJIOR SALE-A OOOD Pll A KTON JOHN H.
ruuhr'a carnage works, Wi Third avc-
110K 8AI.F. OR RF.NT A HOUSE OF 10
rooms at 1JI0 Third avenue; eontaina all
modern Improvements and is in good repair.
Apply to kL U. 1'iant.
TJIOR 8ALR-TWO CHOICE BtrrLTONIl
-L iota in Hchnell addition, one southeast
corner Twenty-second street and Ninth ave
nue, the other southeast comer Twenty-third
street and Ninth avenue. Will sell on easy
terms and time to suit buyer. Address T. J.
ualpln, MW North Main aires I. St. Louis, Mo.
T OST-IWKXCVRSION OF C. V. V. ON
Ml steamer leorve aters, dated June IT.
sflndor leave at (lordon A iiowmnn a
Tf 1ST lletween Heventh and Thirteenth
i streets on Third avenue, fancy aroWi link
I'eli. ricase leave at this office ami receive
TOST-A T.ADY'8 GOLD WATCH ON
i Twelfth street between Ninth and
Tenth avenues. Name. "Winnie.'' Inscribed
In back. Finder will kindly return to this office,
T nRT SITFRDAY AFTERNOON IN A
1 i Second avenue car or oa Nineteenth
street, a pearl stick pin with charm attach
ment. Kindly return to I. 8. White, 18!vFifth
Ladies who value
a refined complexion most use Pomsosi's
Powdss. It produces a soft sad beautiful
DROITS XERVERIXE PILLS.
Slti mimmt Mfna
dy (or nerveta
sui nervcnia uia
i eases of the areo-
, erative onrant
kof either sea.
sucn as Nervous
MinU lis . m m niu. tvilu.
i n noon, lmpotrney, Nipnuy r.mmstoaa.Yoatl
ful Krrors, Mental Worry, escesslve use of To
bsreo or Opium, which lertd to Consumption and
Insanity. Witll every 44 order we rive a wn
te guarantee to cur or refund tne money.
'- at 9IM per box, S hoves for 4.BM. bft,
vrri crusiCAt roifur, cwtiaa. om.
eld by TJS. Taoataa. Smylst.
a St 7"sassi
! aMtsM free. ta. STSBLTM KIESI Ctt
THE RELIGIOUS MEETINGS.
Af laraooa OatherlDC Attended by Hoek
The afternoon revival services held
in the Memorial Christian church
are nwakening deep intereat among
the chrietain people who attend.
The aeriea of addressee by Mr. O
trom on the "Holy Spirit" are pre
senting to hia hearera a more vital,
spiritual religion than that which
often prevails in church circles, and
his constant plea ie for a higher
atandard of life, aa Indispensable to
world conquest. A large congrega
tion gathered at the rink last even
ing, and a most spirited service was
conducted br the evangelists, de
spite the excessive heat. A large
chorus, reinforced by cornet and
piano, made the great building ring
with sacred music, and the address
which followed was well received by
the joung people to whom it
was particularly applied. Mr. Os
trom believes in a Christianity that
will remedy our present social and
industrial conditions, and does not
hesitate to say so in strong and un
At the noon hour today a meeting
was held for the employes of the
Bock Island stove works in the com'
panys ouuaing. Air. Huns sang
ana Mr. usirom spose to tne work
The services tonight at 7:30 at the
rink will be especially interesting to
those trouDiea witn skeptical doubts
Mr. Ostrom will speak upon the sub
ieet, "Help the Skeptic."
Cottsge prayer meetings will be
held tomorrow morning in all parts
ef the city between the hours of 6
CURFEW IS CARRIED.
Continued from Third Page.
holders. The home labor exaction
was proposed by Aid. Johnson and
received the unanimous endorsement
of the council.
There was a remonstrance from a
lar-fe majority of the property hold
ers on rAm street against paving of
of that thoroughfare this'.year, which
was received ana properly referred af
ter a debate. Aid. Nelson attacked the
petition as not correctly representing
the views of a great many of those
signing it as expressed to mm, and
accused the street car company of
Being tno lamer 01 tne petition.
Aid. SoderBtrom believed there were
people who had signed the remon
strance who Ihad Itold him thev
wanted the work done. Aids. Mauck-
er and Johnson held that the veil
tion should be riven weight with the
Referring today to Aid. Nelson's as
sertion that the Tri-City Railway
company was responsible for the re
monstrance in circulation along Elm
street against paving there this year.
ieirerai manager Lardner said, "Mr,
Nelson s charge is absolutely eround.
less, but he has doubtless gained his
impression irom the lact that a man
on our extra motormen list who owns
property on the bluff circulated the
protest. We did not even know of
it for several days and regretted
the circumstance very much when
we did, as I remarked to to Supt.
Huntoon at the time that
Mr. Nelspn would construe the inci
dent as an act of ours. But either
be or any other member of the coun
cil is at liberty to interview Mr.
Church, and he will not only bear
out what I say, or make an affidavit
u desirable, that we not only exerted
no innuence over him, but that on
the contrary we refused to have the
name of the company attached to the
remonstrance. Our company has
done business with the city Ion?
enough to have established a record
inai suouia shield us irom such ac
cusations. We have never dodged
matters, nor have we resorted to
underhanded methods. We have al
ways stated our position franklv.
and have not shirked responsibility
uuuet nut circumstances.
An ordinance was passed aDDortion
ing the assessment for the Twelfth
street pavement to tho individual
property holders, who were given
seven years to meet the remainder
of the cost of the improvement. The
assessment was originally made be
fore the lands were partitioned and
tue payment made in a lump.
The Jo Long wanted permission to
erect a 16x20 foot warehouse on the
levee, but this was properly referred
It seems difitcult to convince the
general public that Rock Island is
really going to improve the river
front, but it la nevertheless a fact
We do not want any more shanties
Cascarets Candy Cathartio, the
most wonderful medioal discovery of
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, oleansing the entire
system, dispel colds, enre headache,
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness, riease Duy and try a box
of C C. C today; 10, 35, 60 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
arise, set rssse
bbi asiaiiirisesis. Ms-l
. .. .
s.ssk. er ssfw vers. VII
m. J wit.
THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE
latere tfne; Topics I Before) Reek Island
The registration at the Book Isl
and connty teachers' institute has
reached 250. The devotional exer
cises this morning were conducted
by Evangelists ustrom ana Hulls,
after which the routine work of the
institute was taken up. There was
a fine talk on school management by
rrol. Arnold Tompkins, tie paid
special referenoe the unit of control.
Geography was treated by Prof. SJu-
san, history by rT3l. Whit warn and
reading and literature by Prof.
At yesterdays aiternoon session
physiology was treated by Prof.
Whit warn; antiemetic by rrol. siau-
son; grammar by rrol. Tompkins,
and civics by Prof. Whitwam, who in
the latter subject brought out some
interesting and Instructing points.
For instance he said there were 14
states in the union in which unnatur
alized citizens were allowed to vote
for United States representatives.
bupt. McKeever has been informed
that S. M. Inglis, state superinten
dent of public instruction, who was
to have given an address before the
Institute, is unable to attend owing
Claims to RsV lieea Fired tJposu
The Democrat claims that Sunday
afternoon a well known citizen of
Davenport was taking a sail in his
canoe, when he was fired upon by a
gang of about a dozen young men,
near Kahlke Bros', boat yard. South
Rock. Island. As the gentleman
sailed along, within 110 feet of the
shore, he heard arguing over the re
spective merits of those involved on
the shore as marksmen with the re
volver. One said he could hit the
mast ' of the canoe, another said he
could hit a particular letter of the
name on the bow, and another bet he
could put a bullet between the nose
of the navigator and the end of the
boom. Before the man in the boat
conld turn his head after the last re
mark the revolver cracked, and the
bullet splashed into the water within
a dozen feet of the canoe, and in a
place that Indicated it must have
passed very close to the head and
body of the man in it. The Demo
crat says "the cano was rounded to.
and the owner made strenuous efforts
even a liberal reward, for the identity
of the shooter, but idiotic grins were
tne oniy responds be could elicit.
After he had started to sail away one
oi tne members oi the crowd called
after him, 'Hay, mister! I am the
man that done it!1 but he was so
quickly lost in the crowd, all strange,
that there was no picking him out.
This is the second time this thing
has happened to this gentleman, only
in the first instance the shooter
proved to be only half witted. On
this si tie oi the river, he complains.
the bank is lined with a lot of ribold.
insolent, vile-mouthed wretches who
insult every man who passes, and
take particular delight in heaping
embarrassment npon a gentleman
and lady, or a party, if they can be
caught at a disadvantage in a boat.
ihere is a plain need of a little po
lice patrolling of the river below the
business part of both Rock Island
Mew Bolt Bearsua.
A new suit for damages against
the uavenport & Koek Island terry
company has been started in the cir
cuit court by Capt. Orrin Thompson,
tnrongn his attorneys, 11. A. Weld
and J. A. Hanley, for 15.000. The
anit la the result of Mlas Mabel
Thompson, daughter of Capt.
Thompson, being drowned from the
terry last summer. A former suit
against the ferry company was dis
missed by the court for failure to file
a bond for costs.
Wedded at Kaon.
Frank Heffernan and Miss Lillian
Ortell were married at 1 o'clock today
at bt. Joseph's church. Rev. J. a.
Cannon performed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. John Latti were the
attendants. The happy couple will
go to housekeeping immediately on
Fifteenth street between Sixth and
Seventh avenues, where the groom
nas ntted up a cosy home.
A Blatter of Interest to Travelers.
Tonriats, emigrants and mariners fled that
Ilostetter's stomach Bitters is a medicinal safe
guard againtt nnhcalthful inflncncea. upon which
they can implicitly rely, since it pr. vents the ef
fectstnan an nnhealthful climate, vitiated at
mosphere, unaccustomed or unwholesome die
bad water, or other conditions unfavorable to
health, would otherwise pradnee. On long voy
aces, or journeys by land la latittndes adjacent ta
the equator, it is especially useful as s oreven
five of the febrile complaints and disorders of
the stomach, liver snd bowels, which are apt to
attack natives of the temperate sones sojourning
or traveling in tuch regions, and is an excellent
protection againtt the it finance of extreme cold,
oddea changes ef temperature, expoeare to
damp or extreme fatigue. It not only prevents
intermittent and remittent fever, sod other dis-
eaws cf a malarial type, hut eradicates them, a
fact which has been notorious for yearj past in
North snd South America. Mexico, the West In
dies, Australia snd other countries.
Hclatlc Rkeaaaatassa Cared.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist.
uichmond, Va., says: "I bad a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism
was laid up almost two months; was
fortunate enough to get Mystic Cure
lor rheumatism. This cured me
after doctor's prescriptions htl
failed to have any effect." Sold t y
Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue,
druggist. Rock Island; GustSchlegel
a son, zzu west second street, Dav
Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys
and bowels Never sicken, weaken
or gripe; 10 eenta.
TM ABoua delivered every even
ing at your door at lOo weak.
TRAP SHOOTERS' LEAGUE.
Ora-aatxattoa ef Westen lUbsols Btarks-
The Western Illinois Trap Shoot
ers' league ie the name of an organi
zation that nas been lormea at uaies
burg. The league, as the name
indicates, is devoted to the interests
of the trap shooters. It will arrange
a series of shoots for amateur marks
men, and will see to it that there is
no conflict of dates and will also pro
tect the members from the presence
The cities represented and which
went into the league as charter mem
bers were Kewanee, Meponset, Gales-
burg, Cauton and Monmouth. . E.
Baker, of Kewanee, was named as
the president. It is expected that
the clubs from Keithsburg, Aledo,
Galva, Peoria and Rock Island will
make application to get into the
league, but their petitions will have
to be voted on by the charter mem
bers. it was decided to hold the
first shoot at Monmouth Thursday,
June 24. At that time the commit
tees will be resdy to report and the
permanent organization will be
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
People at Reynolds Given Scare lat
If any reoile at Revnolda felt the
enects of a bolt oi lightning which
struck the parsonage of the Method
ist church, occupied by Rev. and
Mrs. Birch, last evening. The
northwest corner of the house was
slightly damaged, but the occupants
Mrs. William Mclntiro, who was
sitting outside her house, which
is leeated quite a distance from the
parsonage, received a shock. She
had to be carried into the house.
The marriage of Dr. Joseph E
Asay and Miss Bertha L. Johnson
was celebrated at 6:39 last evening
at memorial unrisuan church bv
Rev. T. W. Grafton. The couple re
paired to the home of the groom at
au4 seventeenth street, where Dr.
and Mrs. Asay have taken up their
abode. -The bride is a daughter of
air. and Mrs. j. is. jonnson, and has
just returned from a year's study at
Hedding college, where she devoted
herself to voice culture and elocu
tion. She is a young lady who, like
the groom, has a wide circle of ac
quaintances, who will wish for them
happiness and prosperity in their
new life. Dr. Asay has been prac
ticing his profession in Kocfc 131
and for several years, being a gradu
ate ' of the Cincinnati College of
Jimmie Hudson was in the county
court this morning, Dr. Louis having
entered proceedings against him con
cerning the disappearance of a gun
from his premises. Judge Adams
proposed a fine of f 10 and costs on
Jimmie, which was paid.
j. wo suspicious characters were
arrested uptown yesterdav afternoon
oy uincer Lionse. They were de
tained at police headquarters until
this morning, when they were re
quested to get out of town.
A sneak thief entered Charles
Witherell's machine pLop, Mine
teenth street, this afternoon and
stole Mr. Witherell's vest containing
a gold watch and chain. The police
were notined and are on the look out
for the thief if he is still in Rock
Redneed Bates Via tha Rock Island Rente.
In addition to the regular snmmpr
rates, the C, R. I. & P. will sell
ticsets ior special meetings as fol
lows: Jane 29 tn Jnlv S arnnnt
Y. P. S. C. E., to San Francisco. $21;
Salt Lake, $29; Denver. Colorado
Springs or Pueblo, $13 50; Council
Bluffs or Kansas City, 7.o0. Return
at correspondingly low rates until
ang. 10. juiy ana o, account an
nual meeting of Elks to MinneaDolis.
and return, atene fare plus 50 cents;
Jnly 3, 4 and 5, account N. E. A., to
Ufl 1 J .
muvauisg ana return, one tare
One fare for the round trip to the
following: July 8, 9, 17 and 18,
Trans-Miasiasirjrji cono-rnaa ami Utah
jubilee, at Salt Lake City; June 20,
ti auu zz. uomeaerate reunion at
Nashville; July 12 and 13, National
Republican league at Detroit; July
18, 14 and 15, Epworth league at
Toronto; July 13, 14 and 15, B. Y. P.
U. at Chattanooga.
For full particulars of above see
your nearest C, R. I. & P. ticket'
agent, or address John Sebastian,
G. P. A.. Chicago, or L. If. Allen, G.
P. A., Davenport.
Something to Depend On.
James Jones, of the drug firm of
Jones & Son, Cowden, 111., in speak
ing of Dr. King's New Discovery,
says that last winter his wife was at
tacked with la grippe, and her case
grew so serious that physicians at
Cowden and Pana could do nothing
for her. It seemed to develop into
hasty consumption. Having Dr.
King's Sew Discovery in store, and
selling lots ef it, he took a bottle
home, and to the surprise of all she
began to get better from the first
dose, and a half dozen dollar bottles
cured her sound and well. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, is guaranteed
to do this good work. Try it. Free
trial bottles at Hartx & TJllemeyer's
As an honest . smedy Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold oat false hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very . worst eases, and In the
early stages to effect a enre. Sold
by M. F. bahasen and T. H. Thomas,
THAT LYD1A-F. PINKHAW3
Is Daily Coring Backache, Dizzineaa,
Farrrtness, Irregularity, and all Fe
srsasi to oca Lurr aaanaaa.1
Intelligent women no lonper douM
(he value of Lydia K. Pink ham's Vege
table Compound. It speedily relievea
Irregularity, suppressed or painful
menstruations, weakness of the stom
ach, inilisrestion, bloating, leucorrhoea.
womb troubles, flooding, nervous pros
tration, headache, general debility,
etc Symptoms of
are dizziness, faintness, extreme lassi
tude, " don't care," and " want to be
left alone " feelings, excitability, irri
tability, nervousness, sleeplessness,
llntuencv. melancholv. or the "blues,"
and backache. Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound will correct this
trouble as sure as the sun shines. That
Mnsins rjain. weight, snd backache.
is instantly relieved and permanently
cured by its use. Under all cirenm
6tanors it acts in perfect harmony with
the laws that govern the female sys
tem, is as harmless as water. It is
wonaerrui ior Aianrj mmymmt ui
Lvdla E. Pinkham's Uver Pills
work in unison with the compound.
and are a sure cure for constipation
and sick headache. Mrs. Pinkham's
Sanative Wash is frequently found of
great value for local application. Cor
respondence is ireely soiieitea Dy tne
Lvdia E. Pinkharh Medicine Co., Lynn,
Mass, and the strictest confidence as
sured. All drnppists sell the Iinkham
remedies. The Vegetable compound
in three forms, Liquid, Pills and Loz
1HB3 COI MTY TEHFLB.
' Trans f era.
June 14 County Clerk to E.
Reynolds, lot 1, nj 2, 16. 6w.
E. E. Reynolds to William R. Stall,
lot l. nj z, 10, ow, $ 240.
William Johnson to J. W. Jones,
tract by metes and bounds, 30, 17,
Lizzie Engel et al to Rock Island
& Peoria Railroad company, part w
nwl 17, 17, 2w. $320.
Charles A. Phillips to Ed ear Hum
phrey, lots 14, 15 aud 16, block 25,
Brigham's add., Cordova, $150.
C. P. Ryder by executor to W. H
Marshall et al. lot 20, Sheridan
Heights, South Moline, $1.
Mattie H. Arp to Hike Haason,
part assessor's lot s, 33, 18, lw,
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will find the true remedy in Electric
Kilters. mis medicine docs not
stimulate, and contains no whisky
nor omer intoxicant, out acts as
tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
on tho stomach and bowels, adding
strength and giving tone to the or
gans, thereby aiding nature in the
performance oi the functions. Elec
trie Bitters is an excellent appetizer
ana aias digestion, uia people hnd
it just exactly what they need. Price
50 cents per bottle at Harts & Ulle
meyor's drug store.
Don's Tobaoee apis ssad
If you want to quit tobaoco using
easily and forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic full of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bao, the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-liac
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a euro. Booklets and sam
ples mailed free. Addres Sterling
Remedy company, Chicago or Mew
Xltosl Flensl rune.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and Itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at once,
acts as a poultice, giving instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian File Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
and itching oi the private parts, and
nothing else. Every box is guaran
teed. Sold by druggists or sent by
mail for 50 cents and $1 per box.
Williams M'r'o. Co., Props., Cleve
land, Ohio. For sale by all drug
For Infants svnd Children.
THIS WEEK, ft Gaaat
Us OTr before you buy.
We will sell you
ALL THIS WEEK, t
All Small Sizes in Ladies'
For the Balance of This
is jmt H of what the hrt
liked .lieel la tlie woiid will
The price of 1S97
("tne 18 yrar oH whccL")
Unique R-mMrr Hooklri-frec at jo
CONTRACTORS awd BUILDERS.
AH kind of carpenter
OFFICE AND SHOP '
JOUST Fa KI DO ST.
e pnnmou n son
Pointero and Decorators
FAFE3 BANQZZ3. CALK2INIS.S. tie.
' Shop 410 Seventeenth street.
GET THE BEST
AH Work QuaraatovfL
1181 TBSSD AYZ3U1
tW I 'V 8 THIS WEKK. M
Furniture at cost.
7. S. IIOLBROOK, j dome
105-107 E. 2"St., DAVENPORT i EBLY.
General Job Mr done oa short sotles
saa estaafscuoe gmraaiee4
721 TWELFTH STREET.
HKSTKT a. fa El DOS
are the most fatal of all
3 1 SGIISCS
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Price 50c and $14.