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THE ARGttS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31. 1895.
7 FULLERTON'S Consumption Cure. THE KULLEUTO.V CONSUMPTION CURE offers yon a positive eniv in the early sta-s i1 tulxTciilosis. At last a scientific remedy and mode of administering lias been discovered -one that is reasonable, and appeals to the intelligence of tlie a:;e. A specific Vegetable ticnmcnle, introduced directly into the capilliary circulation hypodermically. Tlie remedy is ijtiickly nbsoibcri, carried by the veins into tlie riulit side of lie heart, from thence into tlie lung, coining in direct contact with the disease and destroying the germ, or luu-illa. For full particulars, testimonials from physicians and patients, call at oflice. No. 107 east Fourth street, Davenport, la- Office hours 8 to 11 a. in., 2 to 5 p. ui. Con ciliation Free. LATEST NOVELTIES IH CAN BB 81KK AT mmm e. i tins9 The New Merchant Tailoi 1022 StlCOND AVE nrpT Houan rJliU .'y-'iH DS. JOSEPH 1 DMJI2L. rifflre In 5tcfn lnii.li rtni'illn?, lit W. Third Mreer, I'avnin ri. Oliice IK urs W m tn 1'.' in. nii-l l.i 5 p ni. tin-Muir-. Wi-dncda)n rml s.iturdiys onW, from 7 tot). MlUil;iy-i t U i m. Special Lines of Practice. Asthma, Catarrh, Diseases of the Sje, Ear, Nose, Tlirrat. Iitings and Stomach. Skin Diseases, KLTTUUK rOSlTIVKLY CUKED, C'XSrLTATU)N ANI EXAMINATION FKEK. Charges for treatment reason able. Siiftessftil treatment It mail. Send for Look and also svuiptom blank. g-jARDWARE! Mixed House. And Floor Paints, Lawn Mowers, Rubber Hose, Refrigerators, Wash Machines, Etc., Etc. FRANK ILL 1610 Third avenue. SIT.SCUIBE FOR OUR POPULIST The only a;;;ressivc reform paper in this section. Free ample copies sent to any address on application. Subscription price $1.00 prr yur. "Our ropuli&t" Pubiisbin; Co.,, 1321 Second avenue, Kock Island, III. 'l )Aavikv arail auratni. fr Syrian. f l Vli5 NoPt-..a. PrcTrtac tract--re n3 ill . m- lf r tint ( tlrrM. tW MALY00R IWFC. COM UincMMr:On U.8J 13 c ririTn.iflwrrrc? U Hit; u t mm I vuiib Frj.,7. Boston Dental Parlors DOCTOR C. Mc DAV1TT OPRIETOB. 313 Brad v Street, DAVEXPOItT. To Introduce osr.ulve? to the r.ntilic of this vicinity wc wi!', unlif farther no tice, EXTRACT TEETH FREE We make fpecia'.ly ot the I'alnlos Et tractlon of Teeth end ALONK use the vonderfnl local Ar.? theilc EXCKLSIOK which bit no bad effect? upon the heart. We alo nse Nitroua Oxiile, chloroform r.r Ether, if dcvireii. We i a1! klnls of LiRh-cl'M Deatiftry, miking a ajiecialty of the Correction of Im cularltics of the Teeth aid GOLD CROWN and BKIDGS VoUK. AH work guaranteed. Lady attendant. i See Our Prices.- Silver Killing. 53 cents and up (J nid Filling l and np Cold Crowns. 5" Bet of Teeth $S Open 8 a. m. to 8:C0 p. in. Come tnd fee n. We cm tare yon money. O. cn Sunday (or extru ting tiom 9 to 10 a. m. TEETH Without Plates. Bost:n Dsntal Parlors. Over V.'inccke's Tailor shop. 8;8 Crady .in-et - - - - DAVENFOitT, I A. GRAND PICNIC Monday, Sept. 2, AT Ruber's Garden, ROCK ISLAND. ARRANGED by the Low tier man Brotherhood of Kock Island and the Clans Groth Guild, of Davenport. Music by Bleuer's Band Seventeen Pieces. All klndf ff smith f and riiterlvn meutM. llo'ti jiurlci nr n to lli inh lie. Ies' i f oril r will nemaiut'ili.rd. All thic with bnduen who take part ti the pintciii n will be ntlminei Jrec. Atlrnl:tn rntA 10c. laiiie. free. Etc ybody It cordially invited. THE COMMITTEE. LADIES: The Latest Styles in Fur Gar ments arc at Bennett's Glove- Far Store Call and see them. Also all kinds of repair ing done on fur poods 1605 Second Avenue, Rock Island, Gloves and Furs Aade to Order. 'ot!c-e t Contractor. SeaW TtTnp.1.. wi'i bo rv-rcivod at tlie e!t clerk' rffcer. Kn-k I.'nn, lit , nunl Monday, i epiTitcr i a a d. in.. r ton Mructli'C the unproTewetit rt;!i.t I.TaniTd' tiAnrr t the ciiy of livk i-Him, ,-., d Auiut 5. is:i eni.t'ed. -An or.llu.r-c- I t the e- n .truMInn of a pyem of "f er In the Dizth ward, tn llieeitt cT Rick Ii.ni, I I Plan, and .pctLicatioci can be ixn at the city clerk. office. I) ank bid. will he rn?n'ad on arvuciilna. All b:d. mn-i h.- acromparlrd wiih crrtiaM check in the ran of Ave handred S.'40) dollar n om l-n-k If land taik tayable to K . . n. t v. .. A v. i rn e the bidder thall fail to erdrr tfitocr'n'tran wlthla ten d.y after the awirdlnj of ld coo- work for the price nienuoned in hi. bid. Rock Isiaxd, 111- Augut 1 21, 1;?5. A. D. nriSlS.J.City Cerk. mm THE BAGGAGEMAN'S TIP. It Signillesa Urrmt iml in tbe C ire of Kibe Sotmi of the Kail. A small tip say 25 cents to the bajrfrasrenian usually means consid erable toward the preservation of a traveling wheelman's bike. This is likewise applicable to the roads which chargT! additional for bicycle luggage as to one which carries tbcm gratis, 1 as the wheel is a rather clumsy instrument to handle rapidly and can be raved from many lurd knocks if the baggageman has re ceived special instructions accom panied by a little soda water money to move it carcfnllv. lo no sure. when a person pays for the afe de livery of his wheel he expects the agreement to be fullilled to the letter, but is many times diSstppoioted by reason of slight mishaps often un avoidable whereas the tipper re ceives his in good shape. On the road where no additional charges are made, of course the baggageman is not expected to exercise as niucu forebearance as in the opposite case, and withal the bicycle is an abomin ation to this particular individual. especially whea he is on duty. The other mornintr a vottnff lady was leaving the citv. bhc had a wheel. It passed into the car as though it was a corpse. She had placed a quarter in the baggageman's njh tar between, ue replied to a ov- stander, who inquired as to bow general tipping was. "Some people think a man oUUt to nanuiit tuetr bicycles with glovc-coverod har.ds ami wrap it in cotton and shine it tip when removing it, but tbev never consider the inconvenience it is even to keep them from damage. Some, however, have a little more sense. and band a fellow over a dime once in a while a great one though." The Chlra jo-Ora iha M til Contract, The C. & N. V., not to ho out lone bv the O., has purchased two loeo motives which are guarantee.! bv the Schcnectadv Locomotive works to carry a mail train through from Chi cago to Omaha at the rate of seventy- live miles an hour. 1 ue new engines embody the very latest improvements known to railroad work. 1 lie boilers are very large ami uic dimensions 01 the lire boxes S8x4D'. inches. The tanks have a capacity of 4. S3') gil Ions cacu. and tue engines are built to carry 200 pounds of steam prcs-! sure. 1 no cylinder are ibx-S'J witn Allen valves. One of the moss im portant improvements is the steel driving wheels, being a new depar ture in locomotive building, buiil of steel. The drivers are very liht in appearance and the counter balanca much reduced in size, making it evi dent to the most casual observer that they are racers and ctinal to tcrrilic speed. A new departure is also ni.Tlo in the placing ot tue brakes, these engines having besi.les the regular a.r brakes on the driver, also an improved air brake on the engine trucks. The Northwestern expects to get the contract for carrying the government tnaiU from Chicago to Omaha from the . people if these new engines are equal u their build ers' representation. Alunz the Track. Engineer Feighor, of theC, II. & Q., is visiting at Alliance, Ohio. Fireman Joseph Cropper, of tho Rock Island, is taking a vacation. Engineer Harry Zimmerman of the is olT on a tr'p nuting in the wilds of Colorado. Clarence Norton's C. K I. & P. switeli engine, 15, is receiving a going-over at tho Davenpirt shops. No. 907, Harry Morgan's engine, has returned from a visit at the Dav enport C., R. I. & P. repair shops. James Brough now carries a cal ler's lantern for the Rock Island. He arouses engineers and firemen after sundown. Tom Dunn is breaking in his en gine, the 29, which is back after being overhauled at the C, K.I.-&P. re pair shops at Davenport.. Walter Stanton, who formerly broke on the C, Ii. & Q... between here and Beardstown, is now con ducting a restaurant at the latter place. The Milwaukee is distributing a neat little pamphlet containing the hsh and game restrictions of the various states through which the road runs valuable information for those contemplating a fall or wiater hunt. The Rock Island railroad recently adopted a plan to test the honesty of its conductors. They were in formed that spotters would no longer bs.em ployed on the road, -and that the money thns saved would bo appliad to an increase in the wages of the conductors. Clans, night watchman at the C. R. I. & P. roundhouse gave a delega tion of bums a touch of border life the other evening, and probably they moved quicker than for many a day. The hoboes had been drinking and attempted to invade Ciaus' domain, probably with evil intentions. Claus secured his hore-pistol and wielding it in the physogs of the hoboes, bade them mosey. They ohr-yed with unusual alertness, Claus discharging a few shots at their heels to push them along. When people are obliged to take medicine they want that it hall give nuick relief nnl nat rM riisennif.irt " T licI anu nal aa a'-0IU"jri to thsir sufferings. Three reasons whv nennle wl,n cnrTer with const!. j w a7 people wno snncr w lin consu n.ltinn and tiilinncns.a fihnllld late I Simmon's Liver Regulator: It is I bc'tter than pills, it CoeS not gripe; jt trjves qnick relief, and does Dot weaken but strengthens aid refreshes the whole system." J. It. Ililanu. Monroe, la. FORGOT HER NAME. Viiun; Man Reromra Confused Appijinc for a Ltrenite. A good illustration of bow matri monial anticipation may upset one's memory was given at the county clerk's office the other day. A Davenport coople appeared at the counter and looked askance at the oflice inhabitants. One of the depu ties not unfamiliar with license deal ing inquired of the gentleman con cerning bis mission. "A iaarriare license, please," was the I'gcdly reply. She blushed. l-at a tue nanier The man gave his own. And tho lady's," further inquired the clerk Fell Dun. ' A Hash of crimson rushed over the man's countenance. He was startled. Nervous and awkwardly he leaned over to his intended and asked in a tremulous voice: "What's how do yon-spell it?'' She' commenced spelling her soon to-be-changed "Oh. yes," he inter rupted, and he was himsc.'f once more. WANTED FRESH AIR. Tho Kins of Ansui Kroke a Cnstom and Created a I'anie. Not long n.ijo there was terriblo OX' citemeut at tho royal court of Anam. Tho kin?, Tliaimh-Tai, who was tlioti 11 years old, was missiiif?. Etiquette re quires that the Aniimcso king shall never leave the royal grcimids. IIo is a knightly prisoner. But tlio yomtir po tentatn was not hard tr find. Though ho ras a king, bV was u boy, and it is nat ural for a Iniv, when ho has Eoma mou cy in Ms pocket, to v:uit to get out and spend it. TJtrit was exactly what the kins of Anar.i tail d.mc. Entirely aloiie lio hud startivl una "slioiiiiiug" expedition tlirough tho Htrcet.s or Hue. l)r conrse no oao knew hint because ho had never shown Lis faro in public. Ho was sim ply a boy, like any other ly, and this was rcu'qtly what tio wanted. Bnt h was treateil with great respect by tho r4ii)ikeeix;rs, becanso ho Keenied to l:i:vo jkleiity of money. Curiously ruoni.h, tiio (hiiig y.liich seemed to at- tri.it liijn un'Mit was a hotid sliearing ma' chine, or hair clipiier, and whm tho fri.Uti'ue-ljtolilesof thecontt dipcovr-retl hint nt l:st it was with this ciugular implement 1:1 his ponr.-xsion. Ho had already begun an nttmipt to oxppriment witU it on the heads of fpv crtil BitK:ll sUoct lioyi:, who wcro proT iu. rvbi. llioiis ruhjectr, when tho cmr titrs appiaiai led him, prostrating tliem eclves upon tho ground and making ultixuied outcries. Tho king i;o longer rocs (.r.t chopping, bnt he retains I113 hair clipper as a on veuir cf a h-pry day of freedom with tho street boys. Pitts-burg Dirputch. Sunday herflcea. At Trinity chapel. Rev. R. F. Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet, rector. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Matins and celebration 10:15 a. m. Even song at 7:30 p. m. At the Immanual Baptist, Forty fourth street. Rev. V. H. Slickel, pastor, will preach at 10:45 a. m. and 7:13 p. in. M iming subject, Jly Word Has No Place, in You;" evening, "Jesus Christ the Great Deliverer." Sunday school at 3 p. in. -At the United Presbyterian, the morning service at 10:15 will be iu charge of of the young people. In the evening tho congregation will unite in the union service at the Methodist chnreh. Sunday school at 9:3!) a. m. Young people's meeting at 7 p. m. At the Christian, Rev. T. W. Graf ton, pastor, wil! speak in the lnorn in on "The Harvest and the La borer:" In the evening the congre gation will join in a union meeting at the First Me:hodist church. Sun day school at C:15 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at HA H p. m. ' At the First Methodist, Rev. F. W. Merrell pastor. Services at 10:15 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Morning subject, "Walking in the Light." In the evening a union teii'perancc meeting will be addressed by several tpeak ers. A cordial invitation is extended to all interested in the temperance cause in the eily. Sanday school at :oi a. m. Young ptfbple s meeting at C:45 p. m. . At the First Baptist, preaching at 10:15 a. in. bv th pastor, Rer. C. E. Taylor, Ph. D. Subject: "Bught With a Price." In the evening the congregation joins in union meeting at the Methodist Episcopal church. Sunday sehool nt 9:30 a. tn. B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:15 p. m., leader. President C. G. Taylor. Topic: "Systematic Beneficence. Why. and How Much? Junior union at 2:30 T!:c Cou.;.!acct notion tt'iuisa. Two I-i.Kog f:.::.r:s i;i B.-'i-u roek-ty fcr l!:. ir w:r r.ud Lan.ing were he:td Sviiuui'Iy tcikifcg to ruth other, rc-tn-nii g 1:1 it street c:.r fr..r.i a 2r:icl:e.',u. "Tli:ro rc.iily vr:o nthcr people there who eaid clever things besides c3," na:d one. "Yes ; there v; ro, " mrsmcd the ether. "1 1 fcliev.' t ja tiuics vcro in ccr favor when we lic jr.ai rkcaweUjr.ai g.uing jrar repatiitica ot faying citvcr tin! iV.pic uotie f- it more wni vre were youiig 11 womea were bright than they do 110 w." Bos ton Transciipt. What She Said. ilarie Did you tell your friend, Mias Van Puff, of our engagement? Osbonrce Yea. iiarie What did he say? Otibcurne Oh, she said I had tfci ey mpathy. Brooklyn Eagle. BRIEF MENTION. The public schools resume nest Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. William Trcfz are back from their Cincinnati and Louisville trip. Gcorgo Bichl returned home to Kewauee this morning after a visit with old acquaintances. Mrs. John Oswald arrived this morning from Colorado Spitngs, where she has been visiting ncr daughter. Excursion to Chicago via the Burlington." Train leaves at 1( o'clock Saturday evening only $2.60 for the round trip. Don't miss tho tlectric f.mntain display attheTowcrSnnday, Wednes day and Friday evenings. Every body is talking about it. The cheapest place to buy school books, tablets, pencils and all kinds of school supplies is at W. Trefz & Co's. They carry a full lino. Imported, Munich (Germanj) beer in bottles, pure and wholesome, best in the world. Order it for family use of Lotkar Harms; telephone 1117. ,v The Mo'iue Plow company and the Muline Scale company, both of which have been shut down for some lime for repairs, will start up next Tues day. For first-class dvcing, scouring and chemical cleaning, see William Blusehkc, steam dyer and cleaner. formerly of Chicago, at 1112 Fourth avenute. D. C. Kelly departs tonight for St. Paul to attend the national con vention of the Association of Station ary Engineers, as a delegate from Moline union. No. 7. The Eastern Fair is. as usual, in position tn offer school supp ies, sta tionery, t-tc., at prices below the lowest. Send your children there, before purchasing elsewhere a lnrger s'.ok than ever before. 'Augnslaua college offers the very best epportunities to all who may wish to acquire a collegiate, normal, busiuess or shorthand education. Do not fail to enroll at the opening of the term next Wednesday fofenoon. School open Tuesday wonldn't today be a very good time to supply the boys with clothing. To j'idgo from tho rush M. it K. bad yesterday in the boys' department, parents must consider the M. & K. head quarters for boys' wearing apparel. And it is, no doubt. Prof. W. N. llalsey, the new High school principal, desires all persous having business relative to entrance npon this year's High school work to call upon him at the building Monday, when he will lie there in the morning from 9:30 to 11 and in the afternoon from 2 to 4. He is anxious to see all pupils in doubts as to thwir grado. Parents are also invited. The M. E. church of Milan, which gave a delightful excursion to Mus catine a few weeks ago, has planned an all-day ride on the river to Prince ton and return next Thursday, the boat, George M. Waters having been chartered, as has the Tri-City hand. The boat will leave Milan at 8 o'clock and stop at Rock Island nt 10 o'clock. Returning, it will land at Rock I1 and at 4 p. m., and Milan at (1. The fare for the round trip ill lie 50 cents. Lunch will be served on tho boat for those who do not carry din ner. To Ctitciti:. To CLicagj by the Burlington, tho people's favorite and short line. A special train, consisting of chair cars and coaches, will leave the C, B. & H. depot. Rock Island, at 10 o'clock Satuitlay evening. Aug. 31, Moline at li):15 p. m., reaching Chi cago at 5:3) a. m. Reluming, Ike train will leave Chicago Sunday, Sept. 1. at 11:30 p. ni., arriving nt Rock Island about 6 a. m. Tickets good only on special train. Fare f2.5ifor round trip. Scure tickets early, which are now on sale, and avoid the rash. See llyers for list of attractions. Bicycles free. - M. J. Yoiso, Agent. U. A It. Attention! For the Louisvillo encampment on Sept. 10-11. 1895. the R. I. & P. rail way will make a rate of $S.75 for the round trip. Tickets on sale Sept. 8 to 11, good to return until Oct. 6. Through cars to Louisville for the exclusive nso of veterans and their families will leave Rock Island Sept. 10 at 8:05 a. m., and arrive at Louis villo at 9:05 p. m. Tickets good on all regular trains Sept. 8 to 11, in elusive. For full particulars inquire of R. Stockbocse, G. P. A. X th UaveaiMfrt rai. Sept. 2 to C inclusive, the C, R. I. & P. railway will run a special train from Twentieth street depot direct to fair grounds. This train will leave Twentieth street at 1:20 p. ni. and 6:50 p. m. daily. Returning, train will leave fair grounds at 5:3) p. m. and last train at night after fireworks display will run through to Twentieth street depot. Eheaaiillua urel lu a Day, "Mystic Cere" for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in onp to three days. Its action upon tho sys tem is remarkable and mysterious. j n removes at once the cauae and the 1 disease immediately disappear.. The i Urst do reati benefits 75 cents. tly Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Island, and (I. Schlegel & Son., 220 W. Second street. Daveaport. Hard Cual M.rfcet. Hard coal is cheaper now than it has been for Aiany years, and this is j the best time to lay in yonr winter' 'supply. Call on E. ti. Frazer for . rock bottom cash prices. Telephone j 1133. W. S. Holbrook's Is the place To buy your FURNITURE AND- W. S. HOLBROOK, Nog. 103, 105 and 10? East Second street NEW PROCESS Gaso line Favorite Gas Stoves, Gurney Refrigerators, Ohio Ice Cream Freezers, The Prince Lawn Mower. Ail of the above are the best of makes. If you are Interested call and sec them. Prices never were lower. Everyone guaranteed. -SOLD BY JOHN T. Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St. DAVIS COMPANY BKATIK0) AND VXNT1LATIKQ KNOIMKKES. Headquarters For Lawn . Sprinklers, 112 and 114 West Seventeenth street. Telephone 1148. ' of the celebrated Jewel Stores and vince yon of their excellence fer cooking or heating purposes. A Jewel Stove cost3 no more than maayyUoves of a much Inferior quality. Our iraae-mam on every stove is yi absolute ffiuraitee of perfection. Ask for a Jewel; take no other. - iou will never regret your purchase. S8LB CSLT !T Alkfr, Afivrs DIRT DEFIES THE APOLIO IS GREATER THAN Carpets, DA VEX FOR t Stoves: I0FTSKER, Rock Island, 111. Hose, Reels, Etc. Rantts. An Investigation will con & CovpMr KJ llM ILL KING." THEN ROYALTY ITSELF.