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TIIE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JAXUARY 2i, 1005.
For Persons With
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placed on the chest
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blades is a sure
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REMEMBER Aflcocfc Piaster hare. ln in us over & years.
lbT fere ln niiial aul g-riuin trfTou- planters il have never beeu
erjualW MaiAi urt-r. GuaranUtrd not to ontain belladonna, opium or
any pmon uu-K r.
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MEN TAKE DR. WALSH'S
Fucrcssful treatment If you are suffering from Nervous Dobility. Ex
hau.otiuu. Drains. Physical DtTline. liioo.1 I'oison. Varicocele, Kailins
Sltmory. Muta Delusions. Hydroct le, Dysii sla, Piles. Uronchitis,
Liver or Kidney Diseases, and regain your Health, Strength and Vigor.
DOES NOT PROHIBIT
HUNTING ON SUNDAY
The unth annual meeting of tha
Sco't Cotinty Farmer's institute is
Lelns htl i at Eidridg. v. here it
Letter Carriers to Dance.
Ail the arrangements hive been
computed ft.r lie fourth annual ball
of the Davenport letter carriers, whicn
will take place this evening, at the
Turner Grand opera house.
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DR. J. E. WALSH.
You need Dr. VVa!h' Special Treatment if you are suffering from
1'tertne or Ovarian Diseases, Nervous Exhaustion, Rheumatism, Head
ache, r.-ickacbe. Constitution. Ncura'.sia, Falpitation cf the Heart, or
any other chronic disease.
that Dr. Walsh In the only special: Ft w!io ever remained in the tri
cltira over two years. You also know he Las been located In Daven
port 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
Is because he cures his patients.
Cures when others
Cures the most obstin
Has cured thousands In
Will cure you of chron
Is based on 25 years'
Includes all modern
Electricity in all forms; Vibration, etc Dr. Waish's Treatment is
within the reach cf all.
Only Curab! cases taken. If You cannot call, write.. Hundreds
cured by mail.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.. 2 ta 5 and 7 to 8 p. Sunday, to 1:30 p.'m.
Offce McCulIough building 124 West Third street. Davenport,
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The saloon r Otto Hinder, at .111
51C Ilarrlytin ttr-et, has been closed
by the xi;ee and the licence revoked
by Mayor Phillips. This action is tho
result of tise police detecting the prop
rietor celling driuks after niidniftht.
in violation of the regulations of the
present city administration, ine sa
loon property H owned by the Daven
port Jdalting company. Aid. Lindholm
chairnjn of the license committee of
the city council, stated that under in
circumstances would another license
be issued t Mr. Binder.
Piano Company Elects.
The directory of the John Hoyt
Piano cotn.tpny held an imiortant
meeting, at which it duly elected the
following officers: President and
treasurer. James Pickens: vice presi
dent. Gorge T. Itaker; secretary, A.
W. Yamier Yeer; general manage
Theatre Manager Arrested.
Manager Iiwretice Illair. proprietor
of the Daveujrt theatre, claims that
he is the mo.t in-rsecuted man that
evtr lived or at kat sucli has been
his fate since he came to Davenport.
Yesterday Mr. Blair was arrested by
Deputy I nlted States Marshal Dunlap
f Keokuk, being charged with open
ing a package addressed to another
party, which hail passed through the
1'nited Slates mails. The warrant v.a3
i?nod upon the request of Zella Dor
an. one of the actresses at the Daven
jirt th-atre. who claimed that Mr.
Hlair had opened a package which was
addressed to her In care of the Daven
port t heal re. and which contained her
photograph. Mr. 15!air was taken be
fore United States Commissioner A.
G. Dnh anil his hearing continued on
account of the absence from the city
of A. P. McGuirk. attorney for Mr.
Hlair. In the meantime Mr. Hlair was
released upon a f2'i bond.
Davenport Bowlers Lose.
The Davenport bowlers are without
qu' stioti a fast lot of players upon
their own alleys, but when they get
away from home, stage fright or some
other malady appears to overcome
thorn and they allow their competi
tors to carry off all the honors. This
happened at Mao,.!oketa recently and
al.- at Clinton Sunday. In an exhibi
tion game at Clinton AI I.au made the
remarkable score of 2!') in one game
bat tlie highest score made by him in
the championship series was 1S1. Two
series v re played at Clinton, one in
the afternoon and the other in the
evening and unfortunately Davenixnt
lost both of them.
Hearing Habeas Corpus Case.
Judge House came down from Ma-
(pioketa yesterday and in the after
mon began the hearing of the case of
Lois Hrundage vs. St. Vincent's Or
phanage, and Mother Ligouri, super
ior. The case is one in habeas cor
pus, brought by Noah Hrundage, the
father of the little girl, to recover
the possession of his child, who had
been placed in tiie local orphanage by
the uncle and aunt of the child, who
reside in Pana. I!!., the latter being the
child's guardian under the Illinois law.
duly appointed in a probate court.
Paper Branches Out.
The Der Demokrat. Davenport's Ger
man morning paper, is branching out
in a very noteworthy manner. Two
new linotype machines, of the very
latest design and workmanship, have
been installed at a cost of SS.uii') and
other improvements are being made
about the plant.
Nothing or the Statutes With This
Object in View, Commis
Much discussion has been arouse 1
of late as to whether there is a Stat.'
law prohibiting hunting on Sunday.
An appeal to John A. Wheeier, state:
game commissioner, brought the fol
"I beg to advise yon tha. there is
nothing In the game iaw or the Illinois
statutes prohibiting hunting o:i Sun
day. I do not know of any legislation
now on our books that deals with Sun
day hunting, certainly it is not against
the law to do so. so far as this office
ha.-; been advised.
The legislature will probably aJopt
a bill which will positively require a
hunter's license for shewting rabbits.
Game W'ard. n J. Q. Smith, -no of the
Ci-ntral Illinois deputies, called on the
game commissioner in Springfield re
cently to consult with him concerning
the interpretation of the law governing
this case. The idea expressed by the
commissioner is in effect that the law
at present requires a license. There
is however, a popular misapprehen
sion to the contrary, due to the ob
scure phraseology of the law.
A bill is at present in the hands of
a committee, which states explicitly
that rabbits cannot be killed without
a license. This will destroy any pos
sibility of misinterpretation, and will
do away with the misunderstanding
At the Harper Frank B. Busnell.
Mason City: J. J. Harrington. Kansas
City; E. Worthing. Chicago: C. Schaf
fer. Chicago; John It. Burdick. Chica
go: W. It. Park. Chicago: H. G. Failh
oru. Peoria. 111.: C. D. KinggoM. Rock
island; E. D. Parker. Cedar Kapids:
F. W. Famsworth, J. F. Costello. Chi
cago; Charles We bber. O. H. Kehmyer.
Chicago: F. Osborne and wife. St.
1uis: B. G. Iteidy. Gust Sjoberg. A. J.
Anderson. C. B. WarndorlT. W. B. For
doii. Chicago: J. H. Stafford. Oniah;1.
Neb.; A. M. Downing. Chicago; J. II.
Donnelly. Chicago; W. P. Putnam. Des
Moines: William Hutton. Milwaukee:
I E. Sanfer. Cincinnati: E. O. Chase.
Lisbon. N. D.: J. Hensch. New York:
D. I. McCarthy. Beardstown: W. .
Hovver. South Bend. Ind.; J. E. Long,
Calesburg; E. C. DeWolf. Chicago; A.
T. Kellogg. Kewanee: J. R. JedlincT..
Peoria: J. P. Merritt. Evansville: A. E.
Farnsworth. Brookfield. Mo.; P. P. Bir
mingham. Chicago: J. B. Gaebbill. In
dianapolis; E. W. Chandler. H. F.
Crawford. I. S. McEnany, Chicago;
Charles M. Martin. Lew J. Dawson,
Muscatine: Col. P. P. Frost, Chicago.
te M JO
Tlioro arc two classes of remedies; those of known qual
ity ami which are permanently beneficial in effect, arting
ffently, in harmony with nature, when nature needa assist
ance; and another class, foniiHsed of preparations if
unknown, uncertain ami inferior character, actiutf tetnH
rarily, lmt injuriously, an a result of forcing tho natural
functions unnecessarily. One of the most exceptional of
the remedies of known quality and excellence is the ever
pleasant iyrup of Fig-s, lnanufa'cturcd liy the California
Fig- Syrup Co., which represents thd active principles d
plants, known to act most beneficially, in a pleasant syrup,
in which the wholesome Caiiforuiau blue tigs are ued to cell
tribute their rich, vet delicate, fruity flavor. It is tin ninedy
- of all remedies to sweeteu and refresh and cleanse tin syshui
? gentlj' and naturally, ami to assist one in overcoming const i
j pat ion and the many ills resulting therefrom. Its active princi
ples ar.d quality are known to physicians geuerallj, ami the
remedy has therefore met with their approval, as well as with
the favor of many millions of well infem'd persons who know
of their own personal knowienlge and from actual experience
that it is a most excellent laxative remedy. We lo not tlaim that
it will cure all manner of ills, but recommend it for what it really
represents, a laxative remedy of known quality and ex-Hence,
containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character.
There are two classes of purchasers; those who are informal
as to the quality of what they buy and the reasons for the excellence
of articles of exceptional merit, and who do not lack conrago to go
elsewhere when a dealer offers an imitation of any well know.!
article; bnt, unfortunately, there are some people who do i:tt know,
and who allow themselves to be imposed uimhi. They cannot expect
its beneficial effects if they tlo not get the genuine remedy.
To the credit of the druggists of the I nited States be it said
that nearly all of them value their reputation for professional
i'til.ii..fln nml tlt.i .vi t. k1 wilt tlijii iiitL:t Atnii J 1iSflili lik ii.r.-:
V lim JilllJ uitu nil; $om mil ri liiu t ustviin "'n'J t
imitations of the
irteJWL)- :t vaaaaaTaBmTaaalBBW
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., and in order to
buy the genuine article and to get its beneficial effects, one has
only to note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company
California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every
package. Trice, 50c. per bottle. One size only.
IF YOU NEED ANY MONEY RIGHT QUICK
YouH toi It here. We also have great barsains la Watches. Diamonds,
Jewelry, Musical Instruments. Salt Cases. Trucks. C'othixis, and unre
deemed goods of all kinds. If you are looking for bargains, call on us.
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE, Old phone. W. SIC. four rings.
At her home two and a half miles
south of Blue Grass. Saturday, after
a severe illness, occurred the death
of Mrs. Anna Ixuise Schimmel. nee
Thoensen. aged 2s years. 4 months and
2 days. Deceased was born in Hus
um. Schle swig Hol.-tein, and when a
young girl came with her parents to
this country. In 1SS2 she was mar
ried to Wilheim Schimmel, who sur-j
vives her with five children. Hulda, !
Elsa. Aikle. Rudolph and Ernst
Schimmel. and the mother of the de
ceased. Mrs. Iouis Thocsen.
Sunday morning, at her nome, CI 4
Belle avenue, after a year's illness. !
occurred the death of Mrs. Marie:
Swensen nee Moeller. aged 50 years.!
Deceased wa.- born in Sweden, and is i
survived by her husband. Nel P. !
Swenson. and two son, at htime. as!
also by Ler mother and two brothers I
idreas Moelkr and August Moeller.!
and two ister and one brother inj
this country: Mra. Tillie Johnson, of ;
Ix Angeles. Cal.; Mrs. Mathilda Ny-i
berg and Ed Moeller, of this city. j
Christian Rostock, for 4-J years a!
resident of this city, died at his!
borne, 113 Division street, yesterday.'
after an illness of only tea days. De-j
ceased was born at Probstl. Germany.!
July 2. 1S41. and came to this coun
try and direct to Davenport. Iowa,
where he followed tha occupation of a
painter. He was C3 years. 5 months
and -C days of age at the time of his
At the Rock Island (European)
Lund. Retck Island; H. R. Cowan, Ma-
lone, N. Y.; J. Jones. Rock Island; J.
Quinn. New York; W. B. Barnett. 1 1.
Morrison. Chicago; P. Chapman. Buf
falo. N. Y.; H. Ossenbeck, Peoria; W.
R. Beattie, Detroit; C. W. Payne, Chi
cago: William Mee, Minneapolis: W.
H. Repfuss. Peoria: D. W. Cosley.
Xenia. Ohio; W. II. Doles. Chicago; A.
W. Kelso, Rock Island; V. L. Parnien
ter, St. Iuis; J. E. Darby and wife
New York; E. C. Darby, New York;
II. S. Ienelberger, Moline; B. R. Rice.
Galesburg; Earl Nepdike, Galesburg;
John T. Nicholson. Chicago; L. Virtue,
Owatonna; G. S. Wright. West Bend.
Iowa; J. K. Johnson. Chicago: James
Harris, New York; George D. Vair. W.
Healy. G. M. Henderson. Chicago; E.
J. McGangle, Vincennes; E. Dilworth
Table Grove; Charles H. Granville.
Boston; B. C. Dunlap. Peoria; A.
Imghlen and wife, Chicago; J. L.
Goodner, St. Ixmis; J. M. Browning.
Chicago; R. B. Smith, New York; H.
P. Henderson, Boston. Mass.; N.
Church. Springfield; G. S. Hyman. Chi
cago; W. G. Anthony. Davenport; A.
Fredericks, Elgin; Howard P. Cohen,
Cleveland; C. A. Lations, New York;
P. J. Farrelly, Chicago; W. C. Fox,
Galesburg; A. D. Jordan, Chicago; C.
W. Ixwis. Peoria: T. W. Powell. Rock
Island; George Frank, A. V. Campbell,
Chicago: J. R. Pitney, Peoria; F. A.
Strike at Thayer is Settled.
Springfield, 111.. Jan. 24. The strike
at the Chicago, Wilmington & Vermil
lion Coal company's mine at Thayer,
where 200 men have been out for ten
days because of a dispute as to pow-
de-r, has been settled.
FOR FORTY YEARSl
stunEw.LDs mud TiiniiCAiin
PTIONTUUli I IIUWwHilU
HAS BBIUI ctnuso
It is the one remedy that has
stood the test of time. Has per
manently 'cured thousands and
w ill cure YOU! It neutralizes
the uric acid poison and expels
it from the system. Costs only
$ i .co per bottle and can be
bought at any drug store or
ordered direct from us by mail.
Ask at the drug tor for oar nniqae
little book. "Plata Talk About Kheomi
tiam." It cast nothing sod tells in the
siicplert laog-usRe all Ilier U to know
about tha ouac, treatment aad enre
of Itaeajsatiaia asd OvuL.
E. A. SENNEWAL0 A CO..
it 800 Hickory Street, Si. Louis, Mo. f
Two New Tribes.
Two new tribes of Red Men wi'.l be
organized Friday evening. Feb. 10, in
the halls of King Philip tribe. Already
the signatures of e;o Moline men have
bee-n secured on the petitions for char
ters; 23 applicants only is necessary
to secure a charter. The prospects are
that the number of r v Red Men will
be moiv taar. 73 bv the time for the
orcanizatiein of the twt tribes. Officers
of King Philip tribe will have charge
of the launching of the tribes. Names
for the twe will be selected! and officers
will nrobablv be e-le-cte Great Chief
of Records W. H. Bluedorn will be
Mrs. F. G. All.n has appiii.ted the
following committee from the Woman's
club to interview the state legislators
in regard to the appropriation bills for
library extension and for the fight
against tuberculosis: Mrs. Frank W.
Gould, Dr. Martha Anderson, Miss
Candidate for Team.
A'l the Chicago papers have some
thing to say ef Jean Pope, the; Moline:
boy now attending the University of
Illinois. All announce he is candidate
for first baseman on the Illinois base
ball team, and the Inter-Ocean gois so
far as to say he Is the most likely
Mrs. Peresoy is III.
Mrs. R. M. Benell has returned from
Milwaukee, Wis., where she attended
the funeral of her !re:her, Benton B.
Peregoy, formerly chief of the Moline
volunteer fire department and an old
time resident of this city. Mrs. Benell
brings with her intelligence that will
be received with regret by many Mo
line and Davenport people. Mrs. Pere
goy, widow of Benton B. Peregoy, is
ill with peritonitis, following an attack
of appendicitis, and she will probably
not recover. During Mr. Peregoy's ill
ness hi3 wife', who was just recovering
from appendicitis, attended him too
constantly and her health suffered a
breakdown, resulting in the disease
which the physicians say will cause
her death. Mrs. Peregoy was former
ly Miss Hattie Sykes, of Davenport.
Fell Down Cellar.
Trouble still follows in the track of
Charles Anderberg. and his latest mis
hap was Saturday night, when he slij
ped on the cellar steps at. the rear of
a merchant's store and slid down them,
closely pursued by a barrel of oysters,
which but a moment before be was en
deavoring to carry safely into the cel
lar. Unfortunately for Charles, the
barrel overtook him in the race for the
cellar, but it did not turn aside and
just passed over his body. The result
was that his face was very badly bruis
ed and his head was cut above the eye.
A physician was called who took two
stitches in the wound. He was taken
to his home ami is slowly recovering.
Saturday evenings, to which a small
admission fee will be charged. Next
Saturday evening Charles C. Country
man, of Chicago, the impersonator and
author, will be present. Saturday of
next week a moving picture show will
be given. A new class will probably
be started for window dressing, which
promises to be a popular ont for
many merchants would no eloubt tak
advantage of the course. The singing
class started last week under the' el:
rection of Prof. Philbrook. of Rock
Grout is Here.
Ex-Gov. Grout, of Vermont, is in the
city for a few days looking afier hi:;
inteivsi in the scale works jit East
Mrs. Anna Hedtmpilst, the; wife of C.
J. Holiiupiist, K;2i Fourte-euth avenue,
elied Saturday evening after u very
brief illness with pneumonia, with
which she was first alflieted last Tues
day. She was born in Sweden March
s. and came- lo this country in
1S!)0. Two years later she was mar
ried to her be-re-ave-d husband, who re--
ma!ns with two children. Judith and
Irwin, the 7-moni lis -old son if Mr.
and Mrs. G. Bernard. I I 32 Twenty-sixth
avenue, elied yesterday from an iltnejs
v.ith inflammation of the liowels.
Mrytle Elizabeth, the infant daugh
ter ef Fred Olx-rg, 1S1U ElghleeMi'h
street, elied Sunday.
A salve that heals without a sear is
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. No rein
edy effects such speedy relief. It
draws out inflammation, soothes, cools
and heals all cuts, burns and bruises.
A sure euro for jub-s anil skin iIm
eases. DeWitt's is the only ge'fiuino
Witch Hazel Salve. Beware if coun
terfeits, they are dangerous. Sold bj
ami all other symptoms of kidney dis
ease are steedily removed when the
kidneys are made healthy, active und
vigorous by the use of
Dr. A. V. Chaso's
the world's treatest kidney and liver
regulator, and the only ine-dicmc Lav
ing a combined action on kidneys and
liver. One pill a dose ; 25 cents a 1ox.
Write for free sample to The Dr. A. W.
Ch.i-; Medicine Co., liuffalo, N. V.
H. E. CASTEEL,
1 4. D. MUDGE,
Central Trust s Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
(apical Sio?k $100,000. Four Per Oat latereat I 'aid oa DrpoaKa.
C. J. Larkin. II. H. Cleaveland, II. D. Mack,
J. J. LaYelle, Mary E. Robinson, John Schafer,
II. E. Casteel, E. D. Sweeney, M. S. Heafry.
L. D. Mudge,
11. W. Tremann
II. B. Simmon.
! ' Elites and propei
O Trei;t. which Is kept en
ju the e:oirpa!y. Wes act
property of all kinds are managed by this depart-
entirely separate from the banking: business of
as executor of and trustees under Wills, Ad-
i.iii i. 1 raior. Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
nee-lie. and assignee of insedvent estates. General financial
bkciii for Men-residents, women, invalids and others.
You can eat anything, digest it and
envoy it it you ere your stomach s
thorough courte of treatment with
Dr. Taber's V Compound.
Perhaps your stomach is over
worked and accumulates undigest
ed matter which ferments and up
sets the entire system, causing
belching and bloating, bad breath,
lessness, etc. 13
New Y. M. C. A. Features.
Se-creiary Freeman, of the V. M. C
A., fcas maae arrangements ior tne sn-
traduction of a new feature in the'
shape of entertainments to be givenonj
cleans out the refuse, heals the irritated secretire linings of the stomach, stim
ulates an activity of the digestive fluids and tones up the entire tract. Blood is
pure when digestion is complete. Dr. Taber's Fepsin Compound produces
perfect, healthy digestion. 9
TABLETS, 10c, 25c, 50c. at drug stores. Liquid Form, 50c. and l.
To pr"e Its merlu. m will send a saatpla
- - (allege oy snau, rice, lo any addicts.
PR, TAPER rIFQ. CO., PooHa, Ills.