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THE ARQUfl. FBIDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1891
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to tSc'.r stock
tn."yc!opedeas, Etc ,
ft Goods at Low Rates-
!JL D. HUESING,
i:mri o'aer ime-tried ana well
rewsBKraace companies he roiiowtng:
l-n.fcr:rr.re Com''-.?, of Enzland.
fatr?;rt In'. Comw.y of N. Y.
li.)ritIi!.(o.. BuSuio, N. Y.
firura.it I;.', to.. Koche.ter, N. T.
:'!:' C. of P.ttoarA, Pa.
I x; Co., of ..'a..;oma.
rruai. Co.. Nw H ven- Conn.
lim M-"Cttscic? Iris. Co.. Milwaukee. Wis
rs-i. lo.,ot rsorta. m.
pit Car. 13:h S:., aad Second Ave.
ROCS ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFOHD,
PESES PROMPTLY PAD.
P'-V nre;i-b'ie rom-ar,y ea
pety on Bonds
VI"-'" 've linnd" in psi
iv.'.n i;. ..r.. To avoid akine
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my m-ir,. hnntU and
:n (."'. ;r. Mhonlil npiily
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AM WO I i. IX BAKI POWDEB.
Dlfrni-nion Urlore the Amtrieaa
Editor of the Tribone Sit : I have
just geeo the report in your isue of Sept
3 or lie aiscu8Mtn ai me vvasoinmon
meeting of the American Chemical so
ciety. Aug. 13, relative to the use of car
Donate cf ammonu in baking powders.
This report is ir complete and incorrect
in many particula r, and as the paper
which precipitated the discussion was
read tiy me and wus based upon my own
expeiiments, I desire to make certain cor
rections ia the inh rest of the troth and
for the bent fit of the large number or
your readers to whom the question is one
of great moment.
1 tie paper as 'read before tue society
related that emmo ila in biking powder
ia retained in the bread by reason of its
kfllaity to the ekten. The consensus
of opinion as exptesbed during the dis
ciHsion was againtt the use of carbonate
of ammonia in baking powder with the
only exception of Dr. McMurtrie. who is
now an employe of a baking powder
company which u:8 carbonate of amxo-
nia in its baking powder.
Of the other par les mentioned as hav
ng taken part in the discussion were
Prof. Dr. Barker of the university of
Pennsylvania, who is the president of
the society and one of our highest author
ities la answer to a pleading bv Prof.
McMurtrie that on y small quantities of
ammonia were used in baking powders,
bestated: "No matter how small the
quantity. I must dec line to be dosed medii
Cilly without my content when taking
Dr. E. H. Bt r'ley, formerly chemist of
the Brooklyn bo nr. I of health aud pro
fessor of chern stry at ihj Lnz Island
college, likewise mmetl, did nor, I be
lieve, take active ptrt in the discussion,
but is already on rt cord a strongly op
posed to tne use ot ammunium carbonate
in baking powders.
Dr. Ricbnrdson volunteered only the
question whether the flour used in the
experiments, was of good quality, of
wbicn 1 assured rata by stating that it
as the nest and the flower used in my
Prof. Malic-1 was not present.
Your article was misleading in so far
as it gives the impiession that ammonia
disappears on baking. My actual tests
agree wivh those nude by others, show
ing thtt ammonia remains in the bread.
My investigations fimp'.y assign a new
Cause fonts retention.
H . Endkmasn, Ph. D
New York Tribune, Sept. 17, 1S91.
Note Dr Eadcmann, the writer of
this communication, is well known in
scientific circles, and was for twelve years
chemist of the New York board of health.
The Baking Powder company above
referred to is the Raval Baking Powder
company of New York.
And the employe. Dr. William McMur
trie, who defends taat company's use of
ammonia, is their much advertised gov
There is no such office known under
our government ai that of govermcnt or
Lotted btates government chemist. Uhi-
;iR3TiVON KOlCKRITZ, Pharmacist
"ucRn-r, A Specialty
-"s .' - .-uuiy ti,le rem,i
"ibusc,,... ,'n rwimmendiuirit
To Hervona ana Debliated Hen.
If vou will send
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining k11 ahnnt Tir nn.'.
electro voltaic belt and annlianrfipa anil
their charming effectB upon the nervous
uBuiuiaieu sjBiem, ana how they will
quickly restore VOU to vonr minhnoH
and health. Pamphlet fiee. If vou are
thua afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
Cordova, Sept. 23 A daughter and
two grandchildren of Mrs. Hattie Van de
bur;, of this plare, are visiting her. They
had not seen her f r 20 years.
James Thompson of Moline, is here on
a visit for a short ti ne.
Harry Randall t Port Byron, was in
the village today.
James Oug, Jr., intends going to Ten
nessee some time text month.
Oliver O son, of Rock Island was here
on business on Wednesday of this week.
Miss Dollie Cool, of Chicago, was visit
ing relatives and friends here this week.
A. S. Haynes is very busy now mak
ing sorghum molacies for the farmers.
Hon. W. R. Freik and F. S. Cool in
tend visiting Cbicugo the first of next
AtW. D. Webster's auction of horses
and household g 'O.'s fair prices were
The river is so 1 iw that the fishermen
say they can hardly find water enough to
drag their nets.
C. B. Farenner U tbe possessor of
pony that without any traiuiu shows
3 -minute gait.
A. W. Mulley aid a party of young
men intend taking a trip diwn the river
sometime next motth.
Allie McGetriek, a former resident of
Cordova, now of Chicago, is visiting
relatives ani friends hire.
Charles Webster, of the steamer Denk
mann, came ashore on Tuesday to see his
parents and friends.
W. C. Heaney and gang of masons
went to Savanna, ill., on Monday to
plaster a large dwelling for John Jones
W. R Freek wa6 a purchaser cf some
furniture at Webster's sale. There is
nothing like casting an anchor to tbe
Thomas Drennen, the veteran trucker,
has potatoes that weigh three pounds
and sweet potatoes that weigh four and
The Argus' eideav.irs to furnish
complete daily reports of the county fair
were appreciatea ly me piopie oi tue
upper end. The Argus' reports were
Hie most reliable published.
A Urge delegation from Riverside
lodge K. of P. were in attendance at the
institution of a lod(;e at Port Byron on
Monday night of this wtek, a goat being
lei by Prof. William Uale Being one or
The Rock Island county fair which
was held at Coe-to wn last week, was a
great success financially. But the man
agement will have lo relax some of their
rules in their application to those enter
ing horses other than ior speea or jose
their standing wttn norsemeu.
John Gllpen. of Cordova, has been
viaitinp in the lower end of the state.
thn con it ia imnnssible for a person to
get only a faint ideu of the tremendous
crops in Illinois witaout seeing them. He
says he met a grest many republicans
who do not attribute the proline crops to
the McKinley bill.
On Tuesdays. An?. 25 and Sept. 29,
special haryest exci rsion tickets will be
..u . h nhicaco. Milwaukee
& 8t. Paul railway at one and one-third
fare for round trip.
E. D. W. Holmes, Agent
Peach ice cream i t Krell & Math's.
J- E. Montrose. Manager.
FRIDAY EVE., SEPT. 25th.
The Favorite German Dialect Comedian. Mr.
GEO. C. STALEY,
In h'esuccejtf ul Comedy Drama,
-A ROYAL PASS-I
Sue the Great
Real Working Engines
The grt.au at Railroad ecene tvr ptesented
in thia city.
SUPERB COMPANY OP PLAYERS.
NEW AND CATCHY SONGS.
Scate on aale at Harper Hooae Pharmacy.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Limited Engagement for
TUESDAY, SEPT., 29TH.
In Quality Equal to
MEN AND WOMEN."
ani "THE HENRIETTA,"
As Produced at the
Scat' at Hamer Uon?e Paarmicv. Saturday,
Eck Eerdacheand re lieve all tbotrotibleti tne!
cont to a liiiioua atiiteof tUe nystpm, aucb aa
Ciatinf. I'uti in tLe 61 Jo, :c. Whiio tUeirmost
ruaarkai'le eucccaa has beui eho wa iu cuiilg
Headache, yet Crtr'a Litie tAvnr FTTH Bra
equally ViJualoicC-nf-f'w.tion. "i"nr;andrre-vi-ntiug
tii!tianuoyilicrcoiu)luuit.wbild they al39
correct ail disi.'riii'TPC.ithostiimci-iiiUiiiiilatothn
liver and regulate Uie bowels. Even li Uiey onl
(Ache fbey wonid ke elmcat prlceicra to thoae wM
Buffer from tnia (UBtnrssiD it comflii int; but forru
Siitely thcirfrtK-dnefw! coea no:find h-re,RMtl tntwa
wliocncotry titiuwiU fled itese little yiilM valu
Bblein FonijiL-y -wt.yi-tbt fliey will not bo vrll
)ing to do without them. But after aUaickboai
flsthebaoecf aornoDylivea Uint bersiavhers
i we make or.r groat boast. Oar pi 11a cure it white
Othera do not.
Carlfr'a Little liver rffls are wry rmall ana
Very eaey to take. One or two pillo lua a doso.
They arvetrictly vecWilo aud do 1.0. pripe or
I-urcc but by Uicir gentle action pl33'ill w1?
Cflethem. lnvinl8Rt25ocnts; fivelortl. bold
by drug-iata everywltere, or sent by mail.
CARTER BXCDICtNE CO.. New Ycri-
SMALL Pill. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRIG
Dr. HesarHRETa'SPBiiFira areaclentifleallyand
rarefully prered preHerlptlons ; used for many
years In private y-raetu-e with Bueeefs.and for over
thirty years used by the people. Every single 6pe
cifle it a 'tioeta! ciu-e for the disease named.
These Sueeltics cure wunout drugging, pnrjr
tea or reduelli the sytm. and are iu faet and
deed the sovereign remedies oft be World.
or PRisetPAL aos. ere eh. ral
Fever. .'-nKet!on, iuflammation... ,
WoriUH. W orm l ever. Worm Colic.. .
rvina Colle.orTeetliinKof lnfunta .
tiiai rlieH, of t lilldien or AUults
Itynenlerv, tirtplnfi. fcltlous C'oilc.. .
( holrra Morbus, Vomiting
f oaths. Colli. Brouehitls
Neuralala Tooitaehe. raeeadie
Ileadui Ues. Mek Headache, 'ertlgo ,
ivspepaiu. Blhus h'fina'-h . . .
(uppressed or Haintol I'ertoos. ,
Wbiies, to. ITofu.-e I t noda
f roup. CotiKh. DitlleuH Hreuthlnir
fait Itbeuni. Lr.vsliK Ian, Kruptiona. .
IE heunin li in, l:heuiiiatie Pains
Fever and Altar, flillH,ilauu-ui.... .
Files. P'lD'i or l'ie'dinir -
Mtarrh, infiuccrfcC'fidtnthe-Ilead .
ienernl lit .ihybical eukneb ,
Nervous Kebility 1
I rinnry Weokness. l ettlnir Bed. .
Diseases of lUeUettrt,Pulpltationl
Roi.' hv PimrclMB. or sent postpaid on receipt
cf price, pa.. Hcwi'HREVs Maxt ai, (i paires)
Scaly bonnd In el..th and Kold. mailed tree.
HUMPHEEYS- MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. Wiiliam and John Streets, gw York.
C. O. D.
221 and 223
Al- Laundry Work done on abort notice.
A specialty of Dresa Skirt.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS
On that, Account 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.
Carse & Co.
The acknowledged leaders in
Now invite the public to inspect their new
fall stock, which is COMPLETE in all
departments. A CALF LINED shoe
for mens wear, and our
Boys' and Youths' Waterproof Shoes
are worthy of special notice.
Leading styles, large variety and low prices
prevail in all departments.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
fe3- Impart tM-iUisUit riii.rea.-y to the rkin. R
move all piinpl, fnvkl an-J (jitfoiorauons. roc
stvie by nn-n-Ue dniftri't or uuuled for 60 ct.
THIS PAPER -&sm
Kmnn An.aaiiaiso Btrauv (10 BprosB
J. T. T3IXOJNT,
And Dealer-in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne
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