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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1894.: 5T STOVE PLAM THEWORU lllllllllllllll!llll!!lllllllllluw,in Are the outcome of 30 1 Years' crnrnVion H designing, construct-1 mg and testing of! stoves. In them are! combined all the best! devices known to the I stove maker. They are I ujjut nnes 3 to gu-e the greatest! decree of hem- r least expense of fuel, of j r -l;t niatcnal to invo tlio Imi a t cvyt for repairs. They areof the latest patterns, i , m the handsomest manner. Ask to see them I . b alers. The Trade Mark xeiU identify the genvinc I 111 "ll'""""llll"""""TIIIIIIIIIIUMiuuiimlim....f ;-iND GAW IS A COOD THING. EUT NOT TO SHAVE WITH." T T9 SAPOLIO 13 THE FROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANINQ, Sustain m m iniit- fffffffvi ri On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. i h: Rock Island Brewing Company, success s ro George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I . Jr?rs City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's ;:k Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's citing Works, has one of the most complete ; ving establishments including Bottling de triment in the country. The product is the :ry best. Beer is bottled at the brewerv and ' cred to any part of the tri-cities, and may - ordered direct from the head offices on Mt i: avenue by Telephone. Call for Rock Island Brewing Co, Beer. and the sl Days of Pompeii ivenport Fair and Exposition THE TWO GREATEST ATTRACTIONS OF THE YEAR. Son's Davenport Fair Exposition Hotter than ever. $10,003 in premiums and race purses Railroad and Electric Cars direct to the grounds. Davenport, Iowa, Sept 10 to IS, 1894. 1 ial rates and excursions on al! roads. See small P. W. McMANUS, Sec l: i'.ili hemispheres. Great , el :icul:ir 1'roiluctioii as ' n at Manhattan l'.eaeli. I-land. at the FAIR i: L"NIS ecrr evening i r : i T the week." VHEN N NEED Of Carriages, Harness, Laprobes, Whips, etc. "'tmember that you can always find the latest styles J' id largest assortment in the tri-cities at Mason's Carriage Works Davenport, Iowa. BUSH'S CORN CURE i'ositivc Cure for Corns, Warts and Bunions PRICE 25 CENTS. - remedy N sold, tinder a positive guarantee; and we will chcer v refund the money if you arc not satisfied with the results, ''"rent from anj other, it will allay the pain instead of making :'t sore. It has been tried by many, who praise it highly. We ii; (iruih testimonials if desired. Try it, and suffer no longer. Manufactured by HORST VON KOECKRITZ, 'inly tie nnd Manufacturing Pharmacist, Fifth Avennne Pharmacy, ' -hut Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street. Bock Island. For sale at all .shoe stores. SUPERSTITIOUS RUSSIA. 1 The Cruel Murder of m Wonu Supposed to Be the "Cholera Devil." Another form whioli fhn i)nrl o. - - - . . . u . . . i aw.- frames in Russia pretty of ten of late is mat oi tuo cnoiera, who, of course, is a female. In the district: nf other day the peasants were dotermiued io mano snow worn ot the "cunning one" ia that odious role of his. They clubbed together and lay in wait One day they descried the spirit of evil on his way to kill people with the terrible epidemic. He was riding in a tarantass a Port of Fnrinirless onrt ,-;v. canvas disguised ia tho form of a fc- maio. Tho watchman refused t.n all tarantass to enter tho village of Pras- lonklia. iho woman inside protested, but had to turn hnelf. Tim wan sembled, gave chase to tho tarantas, surrounded it and. called out to the "cholera devil" to disnrmriir. Tl woman said she was human like them selves and could not vanish miraculous ly, but they shouted, uraved nnd closed around. A few shots were heard, fol. lowed by a piteous moan and then a deafening shout of trinmnh: "Prav tn God, brothers, and thank him. Wo have killed the cholera." The woman's name was KondratioET. Iler corpse was not allowed into the village. Loudon Telegraph. The Emperor and the Yarhts. Emperor William does not sympv thize with American ambition to yacht in English waters, says an American, writing from London. Nobody was more pleased than he when his royal uncle's yacht beat tho Vigilant. Even the London newspapers felt called upon to explain that the kaiser's visit was purely personal and that his social pleas ures or shortcomings among the visit ors at Cowes were solUy his private affair. A Little Dili's Exoarieice in a L'fthllon e. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treseott are keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at Sand Beach. Mich, and are blessed with a daughter, four years old. Last April she was taken down with measles, followed with a dreadful cough anil turning into a fever. Doctors at home anil at Detroit treat ed her, but in vain, she grew worse rapidly, until sln was a mere "hand ful o- bones." Then she tried Dr. King's New Discovery and after the use of two and a haif bottles, was completely cured. They say Dr King's New Discovery is "worth its weight in gold, yet you mav trv a bottle free vt Hurtz iV: Ullemcver's. STRENGTH AND UEALTh". If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Hitters. If '-La Grippe" has left you weak and wearv, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on liver, stomach and kidneys, gently aiding these organs to perform their functions. If vou are afflicted with sick headache, you iill find speedy and a permanent" re lief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50c. aYlIartz & Ullemeyer's. EfCKLES'S AKXICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give" perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale bv Hartz & Ullemever. WAS HE WEDDED HERE? VITAS 1Q rL...: ur. f&ie a Well lmt IMv. VITALIS iSUTt THE GEEAT MtTZrA: Pro iorrii the Khmr Braultt in S9 IHju. it acts powerfully and qui.-K.ly. Cures hen all othcrf taiL i mi.c men will rtimin their lost mimhnnd and oiq men nl recover their youthrul vicol by llSinT VITALIS. It oniLkU-anci reT! r. fores Nervowitifss, Lost Viialitv. lir.notency, Kiebtly Kmiwinna. Lost l'owT,'Failiiic Mem ory, Vesting liiseases. and all effects of self alms or excess and indiscretion. Wards od insanity and consumption. Insist on having VITALIS, no other. C'nn lx carried in vest pocket, lty mnil. I.OOpor paekai-'e. or all for ku.N). with a povitiTe nrittpn narantce to ran or refnnrt tho mnni-y. Cirrnlnr free. Address liLiitiu uusrAsr, taicieo, lu. For lo nt Pock toland hv nnrorr T1niia Vhr nrjr nnd Willtam Clecdcnin, Iiri.Rgii-t, Mollue. PARKERS' Laundry, Washes SrerrthJsg Inm a Fine Silk Eandiorchiof to a Circus Tent. Lace Certain a Specialty, No. 1724 Third Ave. A M. & I J FARKER. Telephone No. 12 14.. - 8XHKRAI. - CONTRACTORS A.HD HOUSE BUILDERS. Manufacturers of bash. Doors and Blinds,' And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders Filing, Flooring, WainicoMing 18th street, bat 4 th and 5U ava Grlawald, th Chlcaca Dttimia, Claim ta Ut Married la Rack Island. H. F. Griswold alias Gordon alias Gorman, the Chicago desperado ar rested Saturday after a desperate en. counter, claims to have been married in hock Island five years ago. There is no record of such transaction at the county clerk's office that would be applicable to him. The Chicago Record, after speak ing of the dual life of the bandit, his Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde nature and his western adventures, says: He became a rough and ready rid'er. an adept with the use of the revolver and learned all the rough and semi lawless notions ef the far west. His roving life took him all over Califor nia, Oregon and Idaho, and besides being a cow-puncher, he tried his hand a little at prospecting for gold, driving stage and other equally ad venturous occupations. After awhile, tiring of the western life, he became a railroad man, and served as a brakeman for some time. What other positions he may have held or why be lost them is not now known. By this time he was just beyond the turning point where yonth and man hood meet, and at a visit to Rock Islandhe met and fell in love with a country girl. For some time after he married her his life seems to have been quieter, her influence for the good being most pronounced, liut tiriswold's old wild tendencies were only sleeping, and when they awoke they exerted themselves with all the energy which had been sayed up since the wedding day." The I.adjra 'im. The Tribune states: "'Early in youth Griswold run away and went west, where he 'punched' cows and worked on railroads for a number of years. Five years ago he met a daughter of Charles Jeffrev, a car penter in Rock Island, and married her. For several years after he led a wandering life." COCMTT BCILXtlKG. v. Traaatsra. 24 John J. Hinrichs to EmilJ. . Hinrichs, part lots S and 6. block Waterman place, Moline, $1,200. Probate. 24 Conservatorshin of Samuel Sloan. Inventory tiled and approved. Kstate oi 1 eter King. Letters of administration d. b. n. e. t. a. issued to Charles J. King. Bond filed and ipproved. 25 Estate of Anna E. Scheihle. Hearing on application for probate of will. Will admitted to probate and William Kinck appointed executor nuer uona ot y,uw. Railroad Notmt. General Freight and Ticket Ajjent R. Stoekhouse, of the R. I. & P.," has given formal announcement of the opening of Sherrard station in Mer cer county, on the 11. 1. & r., live miles east of Trecmption, Sept. 1, with A. G. Otto, agent, in charge. For a long time past the Iinrling ton has been contemplating the re moval of its division headquarters from Fulton, but not until this week was the change made. During the a-it few days, however, the division headquarters were removed to Gales burg. The R. I. & P. road received notice Saturday that three of the company's cars, a lirst-elass coach, a combina tion car and baggage car sent to Cin cinnati with the "Americus" compa ny had been destroyed in the lire in the Cincinnati Union depot. The Big Four road is responsible for the cars. Anions those who testified before the special commission appointed to unesugaie me recent strike was K. B. Ray, who was assistant yardnias ter in Rock Island previous to the trouble. He stated that he hnd lmn discharged for activitv as a member of the American Railwav Union when he had been neutral. This wa Io nied by General Manager St. John, who. in his testimony, declared that Kay had been released for incomtm tency. In support of this statement Mr. St. John uroduced a lnmt enn. tainingalist of names of men who had been discharged bv Mr. Ray from the yards at Rock Island. Each name in the book was accomnanicd by a memoranda, in which Mr. Ray srave the reasons for disehnrcrp "This book," declared the general manager, in conclusion, "is a black nsi maue oy nay. anil is the onlv one I ever knew to exist." The Turner. Yesterday at Schuetzen park oc curred, nrobablv. tho o-mntoct ruin brat ion ever held by the Davenport mx'cr society, n was the 4'.'d anni versary of the society's existence and several thousand "Turners am friends of the society were invited t take part in the festivities of the day Special trains came from Marion an Monticcllo, on the Milwaukee road from Cedar Rapids, over the Bur lington. Cedar Rapids & Northern and from Des Moines, over the Rod Island. There were crowds of peopli there from Rock Island. Moline, Buf falo, Durant. Eldridge and several other localities. Ift the morning there was a street psraue, alter wmcu the various soci eties proceeded by street car t Schuetzen park, where addresses were made, and an exhibition of turning and calisthenics took place, in which no less than 400 pupils took part. After this there was club swinging by 150 Turners, and a con cert by Otto's baud and sin"in" . 1 T , o me luacuDcrcnor. bv Know Thrarlr. How Important this injnnction to every yonnj mani now mar.y ruin tbeir hctlth and fut bapinneu through pcmliion prac lcea ton- iaciea in ignorance and repented of when late. Parent. rnarJiana and tlllmfttittavlnr.B co no better nervier to the rsiiir a-enrrat man to place in their band thr information warning contained in a llltle honk r.mrniv pared by an acxre ation of medical f ntlrmen. u sa.e ca i vain experience In dolling the crave maladies here hlntpd at .hi that they owe it to humanity to warn the young of vuc wnu against certain destructive hiblta w are lar more prevalent than an j larman can uiij imsirlne. and which, if nnr.iairi . ally undermine the cm.titu'Jon and health, doetroy the future bappineaa of the victim. ontthta notice ana incloae it h in a'.ampr (to pay poatage) to Wor d' Diapenaary iuicai Asaociauon.ttM Main atrect, Buffalo, K Y ., and the book will be sent, secure from otecr rauon in a pia n tcakd eavetope. too can :ion and pre- ahich i poa adu- aud Cat is A Large Eiroraloa. The Bartenders' Benevolent asso ciation of Des Moines ran an excur sion to Rock Island and Davenport yesteruay, consisting of about six hundred people. The bartenders had a special coach and numbered CO. Among those who came up and w ho are well known in Rock Island, were: William Xelh, William Allen, Charles Colo, Ed Adams, Red O'Neal, and A. H. Jaun. The excursion was one of the larg est that has come to Reck Island this summer, and left last evening at 6 o'clock. A Ciood Appetite always accompanies good health, and an absence of appetite is an indica tion of something wrong. The uni versal testimony given by those who have used Hood's Sarsaparilla, as to its merits in restoring the appetite. and as a purifier of the blood, consti tutes the strongest recommendation that can be urged for any medicine. Hood's Tills cure all liver ills, bil iousness, jaundice, indigestion, fick headache 2.re. Ni'tieet. The firm of O'Connor Bros, has this dav been dissolved. .John J. O'Connor retiring, and James T. O'Connor assuming all liabilities. James T. O'Connor, Jons J. O'Connok Collars and Ccfts that are water proof. Never wilt and not effected by moisture. Clean, neat and durable When soiled simply wipe off with a vet cloth. The genuine arc made by covering a linen collar or cuff on both sides with "celluloid" and as they are the only waterproof goods made witii such an interlining, it follows that they arc the only collars and cuffs that will stand the wear and give satisfac tion. Every piece is stamped as follows: LLULOji mark. If arrthisg else is offered you it is an imitation. Refuse any but the genu ine, and if your dealer docs not have what you want send direct to us, en closing amount and stating size and wbcUicr a stand-up or turned-dowa collar ia wanted. Collars 25c. ei'ch, Cuffis 50c pair. The Celluloid Company, 42? -429 Broadway, Kew York, SEE CUH AS IN YOUTH ! TO THESE WONDERFUL LENSES krfi the result of years of scientific errer Imentipp;. and aro now plaeod. tiwinir to their sujieriorily, TeeniincntJy abireevcr thing heretofore irodueed in tM line, av aro aekcowiodrd by experts to ba the finest nnd most iert'ety contni''tt Lenses KNOWN, and are peculiarly adapted to correcting ih varinn vKuui imn.Tf.-e-tions. A trm! of ti KOMUKKW wi'l f.uviutM " they nro PERFECT WSHI KEN&WCU. knee Pair Mmr-isd. For sale by T. II. THOMAS. Drug gist and optician. O s 1 a 1 - A What io Castoria is Dr, Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitnto for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms end allays fcTcrishncss. . Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Card, cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency. ( Castoria assimilates tbe food, regulates the stomach and bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Caatflfla Is an excellent mrdScirm fnr 4i!l Ao. Mothers have repeatedly told cm of ita good effect upon their children." Da. G. C. Owinnn, Lowell, Maj. Castoria h the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hojic U day ia cot far distant when mothers will consider the rnot interest of their children, and use CaAnria in stead of theTariousquaek nostrumswLich are destroying their lored ones, by forcinc opinm, inorphine, southing r.. nip and other hurtful arents down their throat, tfaeTety nmdine them to premature grave." Da. J. F. KncrBEUK, Conway, Ark. Castoria. Tnt-r'i " --ft-11 1 iliillnaflias I leranunead K as supcrturtoany n hytkl knowato me. II. A, Jlarwra, SL ft, ill Fo. Oxford St., Brouklya, N. T. Our pbyairians ia Um childrea's depart ment ham spoLea hit lily at their experi ence, ia their outtiiM practice with Caaturat, and althouj wa only hxr amonc oar medical supplies what is tnowa as regular roincta, yet we are fraa to confess tliat tba merits of Cagaoria faas won cs to luck Willi favor upon it. I'BtD nosMTAL axn Diarrjrmar. Bostoo, 1 Alls C Fam, Prrx Tha Coattavvx- Cwaapavay, Tl Murray S tract, Haw Tarsi CMy. Ladies that do their own housework or cultivate flowers will find our Rnfter GLOVES Just the thing, as they not only protect the bands, but keep tLem soft ud white. Trv them. 3 IN DRESS SHIELDS we offer prcat b.ir- rains. The oo! rears Seanik-s Sl'kinet are inijcrTioija. and can e waded or clean-d. AImi the rubber lined Zc-nhvr and Silk Snick's in stock. We are headqnart?rs for Garden Hop. Heels. Sprinkler", Mat kic-iutusht-s and i:ubi.K;r Cltl.inr, lionjiital bupplit-s and KuWht Goods oi ail kinds- WILSO.V, IIAIGIIT cfc CO., 207 Brady Street, Davenport. Am T. F. I5UKKE, President. JOHN' JOEKS. Vice PrtsiJent. KKXKST WAGNER, Sic. and Trerg Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. Reck Island Keating and Pi-lifting Co. Hot Water Heating Beer Pumps 119-121 E. 17th St. Rock Island, III. Tel. No. 1268 Eole AgrLtf for the Pannaa. F- l i e S.- A i 1 . "WILLIAM EHIG The Fashionable Merchant Tailor Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported and domestic suitings in the city. 17G7 SEC0S3 AYEIUE. i. T. Ko-smij. Ton HcttsrtBLS. ROBENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Stsam, Gas Fitters. Honse lleatintj and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island KaU Bank CHllS. DAHNilCHEB, Pmprtctorof of th Eradf rtrcat BOSSR "rT. Ail s is Oct rwen coastactlr w kana. OTt.". "aTrll CWra! Park. Jarjwt Iowa. Zi Srld7, Da port. I. J0DS KCHlER, Proprietor. MOT Beooem Anceaa, Corner of Bazmaita u, OjiiMia Bavcfs Tm rtra. The choicest Wine, Liquors. Beer and Ciears always on Hand tsa, Luck Brsrj Ot sauawius tuMtSmi a eaoct Met.