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THE ARGU8. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1894.
wme mausiry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I. ruber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's Bottling Works, has one of the most complete Brewing establishments including Bottling de partment in the country. The product is the very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo '.'.n: avenue by Telephone. i r.niKK, 1'rcttident. JOHN JOERS, Vice President. Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. r" c snn uaoTinrr and Plumbing Co. Hot Water Heating Beer Pumps : E. 17th St. Island, 111. Tel. No. 1288 hole Agent for the Paman. WILLIAM EMIG Fhe Fashionable 1 las the most replete line of new patterns in imported and domestic suitings in the city, 1707 SECOID MEIUE. rjAtlllOOD ell nervmdl.eaei. aitrlrv. f..r a I earn. . A.M At Ml lnlt. Andrew NMVS HUD CO., Maeealc Teaaple. Cklcen. Ilk aie in Rock Island tr HarU Ullmeyer druggist SOI 12th at -:ulicate Speculation in Stocks, Bonds, etc. n. ra-e lnvtnr : Urgent retu-nt !mfm; m knowledge of epeculatlou t'.u In ro be Invented with 'i-u i! deirrfr nf safety, a a'l transac- i ' iv rompetent exner sof long el ir! en-tu)neri ability. Dividend n:hv. All mixiej l your credit can nn n'rt ily of any mnnth Dividend i,..).,! n a to vet Ilia benefit cf onm :. tl'Hat 6 per ant per month. ii ?i't for vests, smmnunts In over 1 m T In per rrul per mnnth rnmnonnd r I !.. inifigi u Ut over eu.ij. Jin i n irmniiib. rtmpuurd Interest for i -ill to over7.. 1 , MvntCMis roil 1894: !. I 'f r rent Slav, imt, IS per cent : i "H-rrent June, per cent t I" n i rent Jinj, lt, 4') per cent . l-"l.t",ereent A"K .1SW, 1UU pneent i dividend the reolt or the 'I . - 'i rnm Corservstivc, safe, re r. ni i.,-d Anicunt, 1H. Bank ref " ir i, i haa been for IS year the n-rt nrPf nnr natinnal hank. Honey ' I'v f rtirrv or tt office money or ' w Vir i.rnft. pjv4hle to the Trader' ' r K. il Kojd. 'reaearar. full lartlo . i frv on application to i!:;: tuadeus' syndicate, Tn.l r' Building, Chicago. 111. ' - n :r wanted. FOR MANKIND. WLLE'S PELLETS Tk Ceaalael Raawara Hi r'- "',"' frdieMaof the NCvTVCS, LDD :ml BRAIN tlw Important a funa! ' i'.' miaioniy that nhould act in nnlann.) ''" TKuiixaN CMr Ncrvoln Proa , smiMl Weakneaa, r'ailinir Memory, -"I" KrMiemneiH. Headache. General U'tdiitT. LOST MANHOOD, i.nn iona. NarTcooele. tuennatorrnm, ' '"! all the evil effeeta of youtbful -wrirk and ovevlndulitenee of any t:,, Up fiu, mir eawfem and croalea m kiMii and Mg (of aiUier aex.) CHARGE UNLESS CURED. i . ' ''; rm, ft to IS. AdThwand dr. ' 1 If ynu mifler write to oa and we win V.N .. !. "niedy fat yonr cse. THB ' l' Pl-l-UT CO.. L Clark SC. CtUCAQa Call for Rock Island Brewing Co. Beer. ERNEST WAGNER, Sec. and Tr ai Merchant Tailor RESTORED l"l Nerve Seeds. onuerf ut ttiuint wn nWrak MPirn-n. !. aC Brula Itvrf-f HrlMk, WUnueHs ImI Bnlwoa. itlaauy uiimi IrknM, Kvll Itrntete. I.iwk or 4'oBUdeBee. leriwmH, anununanu tossof p.we r In 4tnraue onan of either ei caused .t uTiTriii rtlon. ythrMl fimut cxreMtve of fcibacro. upturn ir tlmul&nl whlctk lead to Inttruiltv. CimMiluptiun aud Insanity. Ton fMHnttnramm THl tMirkft. ftr mull nrtmld In nlttln box In ftnf iirfliirSS. lTIUnr i order nrliira lumltt taearr orreraad tbe aaa-ney.i ror Mir Ijr ipiiiLri.t. Ak f.ir It mfrt uvtnt nn nthfr. VI KCMI.AIt r'HEK. VITALIS rarnnnaAvnu iAe a WcU vaoM Lira. vrj of let Day. UIT1I 10 IIIHLlO iota Day. I'lLB UillAl BOth Day rnpuu BPumw rnbnwn nbtnaai aotirsay. Prelarra the Above Beaalta la SO Daj. It acts poverf ulty and quit-Kiy. Cures when all other taSL Yiunir men will rerain their lost manhood, and old mm will recover their youthful vigol by uaioff VITALIS. itqutciciy ana aurciy re inm Norvnunne&ii. Lost Vitalitv. Impotrncy, NiKbtlv Kmtsaions, Lost Power, Failing Mem ory, Wasting Diseases, and all effects of self abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards oft Insanity nnd consumption. Insist on having VITALIS. no other. Can be carried in vest pocket. My "mall. SI.90 per package, or six for ia.00. with a positive written gaaraatee to can ar reranil we moaey. i imnar irrc. balXBLT BfcXtPl COlPANf, Chkagn, III. For sale at Bock Island by Earner House Phar Bacy and WUluun Clendenin. xiruggisi. atonne. MOVED. We are now at 1610 Second Avenue. KOHN & ADLER Wholesale Liquors. READ WHAT wiu DO It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods, RiKKnna Cnrtaina and Carpets, it nas no tqnal for Cleaning House. Killing Moths and Removing Grease Spots. Ut Kiel It. Sirs Koaey ud Uior. fOH SALS BVBIIVWHBIIB. PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES Address Baud H, Pes Moines, Iowa. m H t -v. WT s m1 7 FEEL LIKE A NEW MAN I' So Says Every One Who Has Ucd Paskola, the Great Flesh Forming Food. And why shouldn't thev? Bcinrr artificially digested it virtually forces nourishment upon the system regardless ot what may be the condi tion of the natural digestive organs. Further than this, it possesses the power to digest other foods in the stomach. It is, therefore, little won der that those who take it not only experience immediate relief from the distress which has heretofore fol lowed their meals, but rapidly gained in weigni. Nothing equals it for buildinsr ur sound healthy flesh, enriching- the blood and imparting new strength. It is just the thing for thin, weak people who get no benefit from the food thev eat and who are discour aged by the failure of medicine to help them. Delicate stomachs cannot stand BicKeumg oiis ana other lattv mix tures, l'askola has replaced them It is easily taken and pleasant to the taste. Ask your druggist for a bot- ne ana iry it. Ihe practical results from the use of faskola are well demonstrated bv the following statements from a few oi the manv who have used it with entire satisfaction during the past 80 unys: A. Alexander, of Tavlor, Tex says: am now usinp- the second bottle of l'askola and find mvself greatiy improvea. My appetite is better than it has been for vears, and since I have been using Paskola have gained five (5) pounds." Mrs. I red Groves, of Miami ville. Ohio, writes nnder date of August 16 to the following effect: "When I be gan to take Paskola I did not think it would do me anv good and had made up my mind to quit using med. icines and fet nature take its course I accidentally got hold of one of your little books and decided to give pre- uigesiea jooa a trial. 1 have taken four bottles and never felt better in my life. 1 do not know how much I have gained in flesh, but I do know that I can eat anything I want and sleep soundly at night. My friends all remark upon my improved ap pearance. Dr. Alexander Hunt, of Mud Riv. er, Kentucky, has been testing the preparation in the case of his little grand-daughter, 2 vears old. The child was nothing but a skeleton when he commenced eivina: her Pas kola, and in two weeks she gained nine pounds, and, in his own lan guage, "is now fat, red and rosv." In fact she enjoys the best of health. Paskola is kent bv all drnn-o-ists. and the Pre-Digested "Food conipanv, . n . , ... -. . . io. ju ncaae street, aew lork, its proprietors, will be glad to supply a iree pampniei on the subject of food and digestion upon application. Millions of Cold in the District. Desvek, Sept. 25. J. H. Pender, who has just fiuibhed an examination of the La Plata gold district near Durango for an eastern syndicate, says the Baker con tact which is about to be woayked on a large scale is a body of gold bearing ore 70ifeet thick and 2,000 feet long with every iudicatiou of extending downward to a great depth. Mr. Peirter says at a low estimate there are iu sight 7,000,000 or 6 03,000 tons of ore that will average at least Si a tou. It Should be in Avery Hove. J. B. Wilson, 371 Clav St., Sharps- burg, Pa., says he will not be with out Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with pneumonia after an attack of La Grippe," when various other remedies and several physicians had done her no good. Robert Barber.of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more good than anything he has ever used for lung trouble. Nothing like it. Free trial bottles at Hartz & Ull- mever's drug store. Large bottles 50 cents and l! ELECTRIC BITTERS. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed, tlectric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impure blood Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded Price 60 cts. and $1.00 per bottle at Hartz ft die- Diver. bucklbh's arnica 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 26 cents per box. r or sale by Hartz & uuemeyer, ROBERT DOWNING. The Great it Tracediaa to Appear at Bar. par's Theatre this Weak. Robert Downing, the American tragedian, will give his great produc tion of "Richard the Lion Hearted" on Thursday evening at Harper's theatre. Since the death of Edwin Booth. Mr. Downing must be conced. ed to be the foremost -classical ro. mantic actor of our time. Mr. Downing has been before the public for a number of years, and for the last half dozen as a star in the legit imate field. During that time he has by conscientious work, the force of native ability, and a determination to advance the interests of the stage in all tftat is highest in dramatic ef. fort achieved the high place he has taken. No man since McCullough has been even a rival of Mr. Downing in heroic parts. Eugenie Blair, Mr. Downing's leading lady, is one of the best known and most liked of all the heroines of the classical heroic drama on the American stage. Her actinrr is noted for its grace of manner and truth to the ideal art. A Dramatic Treat. Manager Montrose is to be congrat ulated on having secured so admira ble an attraction for the formal opening of his season, for such distin. guished actors as Mr. Downing al ways furnish a treat for admirers of legitimate drama. It is hoped our theatre-going people will manifest their appreciation of the best art the stage produces by giving Mr. Down ing a good house. 'The Mikado." , The concluding rendition of Gil bert & Sullivan's comic opera. "Mi kado," at Harper's theatre last eve ning,-for the benefit of the U. V. U and under the direction of the comic opera comedians, Amsden Brothers, attracted a large- and appreciative audience. It proved unquestionably the best amateur operatic production ever given in me mree cities, as a matter of course, the Amsden Broth erg, in their respective roles of Ko Ko and Poo Bah were immense. while R. S. Blakemore's Nanki Poo and John McKee's Pish Tush were clever interpretations. W. B. Meln tyre again displayed his natural gifts as a comedian as "the Mikado of Japan." and the originality of humor, which he intro duced into the character, kept toe uouse in an uproar. Aliss Clara Schueler gave expression to the tal ents she possesses, as "KatisLa.' That she has a future on the operatic stage may be readily conceded. Mrs, W. B. Barker was an ideal "Yum- Yum." and Misses Pearl Eberhart and Gertie Wilcox, as the other little maids, sang and acted their parts with becoming grace. The chorus was strong in volume and tone, those taking part in it leing: Mrs. Charles Mcllugh, Minnie R. Jones, Cora Col burn, Emma Fiebig, Mrs. William Crubaugh, Lula Webb, Rose Helen Yerbury, Minnie Chaffe, Will S. Don, Otto C. Hcrkert. Will J. Egan George Stroehle, Theo. Jennings. Sthillinger'sjorchestra furnished a btting accompaniment, and the music loving people of Rook Island arc in debted to the U. V . U. for furnishing so pleasant an entertainment. COt.MI Bl'ILDlHtt. Transfers. Sept. 21 Ida T. Sioblem to Peter M. Lindberg, lot 7. block. H. Edce- wood Park add., Rock Island, f 2.400, 22 C. It. M. Kastner to Karl R. Kastner, lot 1, block 1, Guver's Third aaa., hock island, sz.400. Probata. 24. Estate of Antoine Maertens. J ust ana true account tiled and ap- proveu. reuuon ior sale of real es tate hied. Bond for sale of real es tate filed and approved. A Uolden Key. Whati that which I should tarn to, lighting noon dsvs like tnee? Every door Is barred with gold, and opens ba: lo The golden ke-, to which those wto desire to open the door of health, should turn to in fats like these, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery. The poor nan's pence can procure It. The itch nisn's millions can buy nothing better. Mrs. Neal, of Crockett Mills. Tenn., had sn at tack of measles, which was followed by bron chitis and pneumonia. Her husband write "I feel gratified with the effect of your wonder ful medicine. 1 can recommend it to anybody, and feel I am doiag them justice. My wife was not so.e to pcrfoirn her household duties for six months, the has need two bot'ks of 'Golden Medical Discovery,' nd Is now able to do all her work. I think it the Hnet me ieine In the world and I am gratefully, your lifc-iong friend Yours sincerely, J. It. M l. Homeaeeken' Ksearslon. The B.. C. R. & N. railway will run homeseekers' excursions Sept. 11, Sept. 25 and Oct. 9. Tickets on rale to points in northwestern Iowa, southwestern Minnesota and South Dakota, at a rate one fare, plus 2 for the round trip. Good 20 days irom a ate oi saie. Tickets at the above rate will also be sold to points in Kansas, Nebras ka, Missouri, Colorado, Wyoming Utah, Montana, New Mexico, Mani toba, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ala bama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and Texas. lull particulars will be furnished bv ticket agents. J. Morton, Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. "Notblna- Veetara, Nothing Ha. Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls, Hon., recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I can emphasize his latemenu "it, is a positive cure for catarrh if used as directed." Rev. Francis W. Poole, pastor Cen tral Presbyterian church, Helena, Mon. It is the medicine above all - others for catarrh, and is worth its weight in gold. I can use Ely's Cream Balm with safety, and it does all that is claimed for it B. W. Sperrv. Uart- ivru, vunn- DAVENPORT MILE TRACK. Tfca Baeea Taeaaay, Wednesday, Tharsaay set rrtday. Seat. SS, , ?, ts. There will be 1 10.600 ntTere.1 in Iiurses, and 176 horses entered. The argest field of and the fastest trot ting and pacing horses in the world in ue present, inciuaing Robert J. aaa Joe rateaoa. The races will be called at 2 o'clock sharp. Admission 50 cents, except, ing Thursday, which day the admis sion is fl (no free tickets.) All ladies, and children nnder 15 years, free Tuesday and Wednesday. Car riages free every day. Holler Head lllow Oat. Sacramento. Cal., S.pt. 3 5 The boiler head of a locomotive on an east bound train blew out while the train was passing tnrouifii the suowMietis near lilue Canon, injuring Engineer Uuodard and Fireman Lipscomb, Ibe latter died a few hours after the accident. The Freak Fiacraaco of Sozodont renders it the most agree able article ever used as a tooth wash. It has none of the acrid nrooertiea nf the astrinirent tooth nnw'dera. and In. stead of contracting the gums, it ren ders them firm and elastic. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and ifrprovement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. Ihe many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by "more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of t'lirsical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Fipa Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most accptalile and pleas ant to the taste, the ref reahing and truly beneficial properties of a jx-rfect lax ative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colda, headaches and "fevers and permanently curiig constipation. It has given satiidaction to millions and met with the approval of tLe medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. yrnp of Fip is for sale by all drug gists in 50c anil $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup co. omy, wnosc name is pnnteu on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figw, and being well informed, you ilX not accept any substitute if offered. Airiusement9. iSperVa J E. Montrose, Manager. Thursday Night, Sept. 27. Only Appearance This Season. ROBERT? Sup -ortd by the strongest and meet complete dramatic company now brfo e the public, in a giand scenic prod leUoa of kli new play. Richard Uon Heartel Pries 3, 90. 75 snd $ 1. Bests on sale at Barp t Hon e Phtrma-y Tuesday, Sej-t. 11. Cream as used in the preparation of Silver Churn Butterine, im parts a delightful flavor to the proauct. Always sweet, ira grant and wholesome. Silver Churn Butterine is approved by the most fas tidious housekeepers. Mrs. Rorer, the cooking expert, pre fers it to creamery butter for all uses. For sale by the best grocers. On each wrapper you will tee A Silver Chum our guarantee. Armour Packing Co. KANSAS CITY, U.S. A. For sale by H. Tremann A Sony, cerner lth street and Third ave. TOLLEY'S FAMOUS -OO-DOLLAR SFECTASLES Every PUB WaaUllTEV I TCLLEY ESI fc C3, vrucAoe), ill. .Oar - KOH-r-sTOOBT to T. H. THOMAS. XKist and Op uciau. ires ic e of charga. --JC i ww wow -my Fall Opening Of Mackintosh and Rubber We are now showing a Large Stock ot Ladies single and doable Texture Mackintoshes in Low priced. Medium and the Finer Grades. Also Mandleberg's English Mackintoshes, which are the finest made, and are sellirg them At Chicago prices. We also have a Fpecial line of Misses' School Garments that are Waterproof and Serviceable. Men and Boys' Mackintosh and Rnbtter Coats. All grades and price. Rubber Store, Tel$Jone VILOA 1IAIGHT & CO. 207 Brady Street, Davenport. The Mine ifouirs, LUaoItcturers oi FARli, SPRING" AHD FREIGHT Y7i(KC3 A raUeadcoamleianMaf aaa ma Westera trade, ef rapartor WHEN IN NEED Remember that you can always find the latest styles and largest assortment in the tri-cities at Ilason's Carriage Works Davenport, Iowa. JOHN M. PARI DON. PAitmon a con Painters and Decorators FAFZS EA2RZ2S, GALSOIOSSSS, stc ZSZ2, 119 SmnUtstti SL, SOCZ XSLAB2. ILL. JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder. OFFICE. VO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE. 8hop on Vine 8treeL ROCK IBLANU. J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. 09, XXolly ZXom XZomse. Rvwideraoa. 4IO RaTwnth fAtratrt. EVERY WOMAN Dr. Pcd'o Pennyroyal PIII3 Tan are praaiat, ssss ard certain n raaaH. Tar rsnatne (Dr. TT'V aim San, asiat. fiailatfSkMallAli AlUr faaa alsnMsCa taevssaae. . ' For sale by T. H. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent. Bock Island. I1L j.r.1 ROSENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gao Fittero. House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Bock Island Vat. Beak czxao. nnrmnvunn, An rasa Osa Block f teas Oeatral larTf. lergeatalowa. City vBxlq and Express Lino. For Bos or Express line telephone 1141, and yoa will receive prompt aUeation. TirnrsLiggft ocsossl, pro - Clothing. Wagon Co. Illa. si envliut Was nas. astjaiie i vrorkaeaealp sad tt,tsh fl laetraiad Prtea I tea kouil ius af o twrcbaolt Of Carriages, Harness, Laprobes, Whips, etc. HEKRT A. PAklDOK aeede a rellsblr. tsonthly, farulatlne rasaleiae. On'y Taialf aai ssapnjmstariisasaseld seats. If yea east the banc, (at of tae Evasy i af Oat m Brady