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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1891
CChanee and Miscel-
' -7yZjot commission:
F".-i.'N " A n-rio! inducements now.
-o" Nurserymen, koca-
'I- JTNOrT chare mortgages.
TvEV T' ),.v..lry.n(l ail articles
- J " - ;
- rTZl7:,l''sraiMi ro take order
C.sTSP and ofiiamcni.il ireeis
- -'nV'-" (;"WD PAV-
h i e LO-. KOCHISTiR,
. .i, rook and bake lo
r -A I'1' " dtoTf in the world;
(..;: ; -;: ,r ..ne-hilf with order,
;-N ; vF,L.i. CoLt!.. 5) .Myrtle
'; , ; s! v.
' V .. I!v OR WAKDRTK
!.!-' . ...:, rv Jay and a pet
. v-i: - ' ..7n ni;t uwav as mneh
til c ill ,
. . Iii ib- live rape wanl-
r wife "f the celebrated
::i;.in-'.i-are very nic.
2.H: mm, 13, 514,
; -lk: .'.Mritello.fi-.. AL
nd Myr;le avenue. Brook-
V3Vi- for Work
, GRAMPTON & Co.
Hrr r.'!'J largo additions to tie'.r stock
in . very depirtment.
'A'? tf kinds, including
Encyclopedeas, Etc ,
Best Goods at Low Rates-
B.:M an i Sn il for Cah or on Margin
j:, V iork, :an Prunciwo, Phil-a-l-iiinU
ur Bnrnn Exchtingeft.
Ir.TS-:uiLLL St'tcii ad B juJs a specialty.
A. E. CH1SH0LM & CO.,
H-ner- mid Broker",
: Bit JA1'.VAY. XE YORK.
;Ev.i:::-:it:ii KH J Setd for circular.
A. 0, HUESING.
.i oth-jr im - ried ana well
Coaipau- ae following:
..'lairiviv, of t . .- and.
J:ae.:e.- Fire ins. Comnacy ut ' . Y.
German In.Co., buffalo '' 7.
Kf.aestertitmuu Ins. Co., Rocbjaiur, N. T.
t..:i-iw Ib. Co.. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
F:re ofl:. Ua.ton.
-'iii la. Co., of California.
"r::y In. C .. New Hiven, Conn.
..i-aee M -cU-inics ln. Co., Milwaukee, Win
wrciiL Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
OS Cor. 18th St., and SeconJ Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
o i 7.- T!m..trlea Companlw
SSES PROMPTLY PAID.
U.UWJ. nnyreli.hlerom-.any can aJaaA.
"p 'n Ari-ut block.
t E. WISWALL & CO.,
Chicago's Finest Shoe Store.
SM the Largest. . .
-UI6 1 ,Bil, Hf:
Hand Sewed Welt Shoes.
Send for Catalogue.
Mis- Catherine diafTey and Sir. Kliaa
beih Mmmm Paaa Away.
Last evenin j, at 5 :50 o'clock occurred
the death of ti'.ra. Catherine . Giffey, wife
cf Jobn GafiEiv, at her home 2115 Fifth
avenue, aged 52 years. Mrs. Gaffey had
been a patient sufferer for the past eight
or nine months and her kind and lovable
disposition bal won for her many friends
who will sympathize with the bereaved
family in their affliction. She leaves be
sides a husbacd five children, as follows;
Mary. Julia, J jho and Patrick of this city
and James no v residing in St. Paul.
The funeral will occur from St.
Joseph's church tomorrow morning at
Mrs,, El zibeth Sammer. wife of Peter
Somtter, died at her home, 1922 Third
avenue, at 3 45 o'clock yesterday after
nixrn 8getf 43 years. She leaves a hus
band and six children as foilowt; Au
gust, of St. Louit; Edwtrd, of Cnicsgo;
and Sophia, Losa, Miunie and E-nest, of
The funera' will occur from St. Mary's
Catholic church tomorrow morning at 9
Mrs. Eliz C , wife of John W. Flee
ner,. died yesterday, agsd 45. The
funeral occurs from the residence of
Philip Simmon, father of the deceased,
at 1 90? Fourth avenue tomorrow at 2 p.m.
A ire's Yengeaare.
The wife of a down town painter
created quite a sensation b7 rushing into
a saloon on llaiket square yesterday and
snatching a glass of beer from the hand
of her "trorstr half" iust as the latter
was about to put it out of sight,
dashed it in the face of the etartled bar
tender. She didn't apolog'zs either, but
Bailed out and got into her husband's
wagon takirg the latter with ber and to
gether they drove home.
milling the Waste of rtrewerles.
The strides that are being made in the
utilization oi waste products gives hope
that soon the term waste will become a
misnomer. The latest that we have heard
of in this direction is the collection and
utilization of the carbonic acid gas giveu
off at breweri.-s and distilleries during the
process of fermentation. The quantities
that are devel ped and at present allowed
to run to waste are enormoHs, one estimate
puttiug the annual production in the
United Kingdom at 300,000 tons. It is at
the same time a product of considerable
value, and it is extensively used in the
manufacture of aerated waters, ice and
other articles. By the process which has
been patented the gas is collected, purified,
liquefied and stored in iron bottles for
commercial cse at a very small cost. It
has been in successful operation for some
time in a larg.) distillery in Dublin. Pall
Punch and Judy In Medicine.
Witnessing and imitating the perform
ances of "Punch" have been a source of
amusement to thousands of children, some
of them, by the way, grown up and famous.
But this amusement may have curative
properties as well. Not long ago a well
known doctor was never happier than when
making whimsical imitations of the exhi
bition, and by successfully mimicking
'"Punch" he once actually saved a young
patient's life, who was in terrible misery
from a swellii g in the throat. As soon as
the doctor understood what the complaint
was, he opened the curtains and acted
"Punch" wit a so much humor that tha
lad, thrown almost into convulsions from
laughing, was so agitated as to occasion
the tumor to break, and a complete cure
was the immediate result. A similar cure
of lockjaw a: Plymouth is related of a
doctor there. London Tit-Bits.
Ko I)octore Rills In Japan.
When a ricl. man calls in a physician he
does not expei t that he will be presented a
billformeilic.il services. In fact, no such
thing as a doctor's bill is ku'in-n in Japan,
although neat ly all the othr modern prac
tices are in voue there. T1j- doctor never
asks for his fee. Tbe strict honesty of the
people does n t make tlii necessary. When
he is through with a Lieut a present is
made to him of whatever sum the patient
or his friends may deem to be just compen
sation. Thecoctor is supposed to smile,
take the fee, bow and thank his patron.
Interview wit a a Japanese.
Trade at tt e London.
Lemon ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Pach ice cream at Erell & Math's.
Peach ice cream made from fresh ripe
peaches at Kiell & Math's.
Chocolate, vanilla acd peach ice cream
and lemon ici at Krell & Math's. .
The finest i.nd sweetest line of French
candies just leceived at Krell ifc Math's.
Look at the grand display of gents'
furnishing goods in the windows of the
Brick ice ceam takes the lead and
Krell & Math take the lead iu turning out
the finest, put est and best in the three
cities. Try taem when you want some
thing nice in cream.
A B6W Fait Tra-.n.
The Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
railway will, on August 16, 1891, put on
another daily train between Chicago and
Denver that will run via their new line,
just opened, through Omaha and Lincoln,
the capital of Nebraska.
This train will be composed of new cars
throughout palace sleepers, chair cars
and dining ct.rs, and new modern pattern
day coactes, and will be a vestibuled
It will leav.iChicaco daily at 8:35 niebt,
arrive at Denver 7 second morning.
Leave Denv.;r 8 night, arrive Chicago
7:45 second tiorning.
E. St John, Jso. Sebastian,
Gen'l Manr ger. GenT Tkt & Pass Agt.
The only corrplexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pt zzoni's.
The Londo a has no opposition.
To Kervona and Dtbltawd Men.
If you will eend me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
dabilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet fiee. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Opening of the Season
TUESDAY, SEPT., 15TH.
Fritz in Ireland.
Revived, Reconstructed and Illustrated with
Magnificent Scenic F fleets.
A Zither Quartet!
Four Infant Choristers!
And a Mammoth Church Organ 1
PRICES-35. 5f, 75 and $1 00. Seat on sale
at Harper House Pharmacy Monday, Sept. Hlh.
: Shirt Factory :
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices as Low ae the Lowest.
Also all kinds of
FRANK ATTWATE R .
1600 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Over Loosley's Crockery store.
MISS KATE BYRNES.
Bats, Fine Embroideries,
Ostrich O ;ods. Velvets,
Ribbons, S'raw Braids,
Laces, Veilings, Gilt Trimming,
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Secord avenue.
ROOK ISL ND.
C. O. D.
221 and 223
Al. Lauudry Work do'-eon short notice.
A specialty of Dress skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
FOR MEN ONLY
YOUNG MEN OLD MEN
GET m TIHTUILS U THE StHPtHI Uf UItA&lu
Ttaj mak Heroic Bona to h-m tnmBiTe.,
, put nut snowing now wj iHccmiiany
J8HAKE OFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
the; five op la aeiplr aoa tiii tsu n rlr
OUR NEW BOOK
fork United tlm.?xpliQa
ta philosophy of Dtieft.
m ul Aflltetlona of tha
Organ, of Man . ana how hy
by mothods tzcltulToly oar
owi, thi worst nun ol
Lost or Falllaf Maahood.
Oonoral and Korvoai no
bility. Woaknora of Body
and Mind. ESocUof Error
or Excaoios. Btaatoa or
ORGANS r AKTB of BODT mado plain to aU latorortod.
Men lllfr from Ml 8il. Tmiima mud Frln Countri--.
Tou -ril- tb-m. Fr Book.fnll -pl.o.tinp r.J proof.. J'lr.
ERIE M EPICAL CO. BUFFALO.N.Y.
F, Nl . -x
l I I fcK.
Surety on Bonds
"Those who sre required to give bonds in posi
tions of trust, anl who desire to avoid a-kinir
friends to becoue their sureties, or who may ish
to relieve friends from farther obligations as
bonifimen, or tose who rvay desire bonds and
undertakings required in theconr s, should apply
in per-oo or by letter to the AMERICAN
SURETY CO-, of New Tork, Cash Capital
Sl.0jo.0O0. Descriotive circular on application.
ED. LIEBBRKNEC tfT. Agent.
1713 Second avenue. Rock Island, 111.
HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUr HIS
On that Accoiont Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
School Days Are Now upon Us!
CABSE & CO.
Have received the most complete and solid
line of School Shoes that has ever been
seen in Rock Island.
THEY ARE SOLID LEATHER.
No Shoddy. Price in reach of every Person.
We know what hard usage a child gives a Shoe.
We have tried to meet the demand for a good
"IZiriE IHLaTE GOT IE3W. -
Prices to suit every person.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
Intc-rw .riliintfraniiaarMvy u thekiu- R-
B mo ve all iiminlin. fn-acUTi and di-colorations. Fo
Fyale by cW tirt.-l drurrttH or luaiietl for GO cu.
in suamptJ oj
. fit. lv(ay
s ewspapea Amauriamo Etramu (10 Spruco
J. T. 13IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue