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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1895.
Davenport, Sept. 2. 1895.
i r iT(:fli'IR:-I)r.JiM MeCortnev. of our cltv. hu btvn imlcz me the Ful-
lertnn II vuoermlc Consumption Cnre for about 'e week and Ism pleased to esy I bare been
ti-JLlIt iWtif 4rMi. fU f -ire I bntan tnts fee menl I coal I scarcely net around. I usually took break
age"" "...,,,,...,. uniil -fc , . rnh. - d .rt with were naiae in
mv luna er.deit Y-:y languid and weak after couching, aim eplt up a treat qoantitjr of purulent
vxi i . walk down town and take my treatment. 1 now arise at 0 o'clock; couth not
nrar so much : -pit an very li'tie matter: m; lungs an now fee from pain atxl I no not have tho
all-irou lsniriii'1 rltinmg f-elins I used to have. In fact, 1 feel far neter than 1 bave for several
, Although I have bean nnder treatment only "boat one month, all my fmnds can notice rov
woiilirft.l i-nprovement. I most heartily advise all perrone who have lung troJbie, not to put off
takln;.' tin- Kullerton Confnm itlon Core It la administered In thicity by l)r. Jamis McConney.
wtiu hi' pncticed medicine for nearly 40 year. Ki-pectf ally.
W. J. Hart, 122 East Eleventh Street, Davenport.
Wediiesdayi Sept. 25.
SAM T. JACK'S Extrava
ganza Company in
The Bull Fighter
With a Complete Cast of
lleauty and Talent. .
French Beauty, in conj inctlon with
30 Handsome Women 30
IN A SERIES UK
TJurtis Opera House,
Wednesday, Sept. 25.
CANARY cS: LEDERER'S
Hew Vtirk Caolno and Chicago Opera
House 1'rodurtlon, Intact,
With It 110 People, including
J:ka I. Entile,
0... A. CcV.Uw,
J-.ta S Oiltirt,
S. S. I:t,
H7 Tta BrMck.
lil Ltigh EilUri.
Canary I.ederer' Orlgln-il New Vorlt
Casino Ptcantittiim and the Rcautiful L?
Bnfant I'mdiKue" Ballet,
l'rirt 81, TV. Wlc and
rkat sale Monday morning.
ORATOK OF THE AGE.
A World of Wonders!
The Veiled Mystery!
Nothing like It tver seen In Rock Island
hi fore. T tie largi at ball everywhere are
too email to hold the vart crowds that at
tend l'rof. Ilous:r's lectures. The tlist
night In free, and for HEN ONLY. Every
man In town will be there.
Tnosday ft moon, at 2:10 o'clock,
there Is to he a rpecial matinee for ladha,
ADMISSION WILL BE FREB.
K. A. WITHERELL,
And Floor Paints,
1610 Third avenue.
rr lumu, t'unpca. Copr-T.
ulorad if Arli. Old SormJ
Irrra In honth. Il.lr t.:!lr.l Write S'SMIKJ
REMKDY tO-Ml MaMaKTcail
M-Menwa. Ill-, lor proof. c ram. al-l
tl. UIKM, ,MnnS la 13
Boston Denial Parlors
i "w irrnn
ir n if I. irift
&1J7Z? HJL . Jc UAini
V f PROPRIETOR.
ikjff ''jr: 318 Brady Street
OX T5 f
I 'i DAVENPORT.
To Introduce ourselves to the public of
th!s vicinity we will, until farther no
tice. EXTRACT TEETH FREE
We make a i-pec!alty of tl:e Palnleta Ex
traction of Teeth ard ALONK use the
wonderful local Ansesthetlc EXCBL8IOB
which has no bad effects upen the heart.
We also use Nitrons Oxide, Chloroform
or Ether, If deeircd. We da all kinds of
bieh-cl.es Dentistry, making a specialty
of the Correction of Irreeularlties of the
Teeth ard GOLD CROWN and BRIDGE
WORK. All work guaranteed. Lady
Sec Our Prices.
Silver Fillin: 50 cents and up
Gold Filling ..fl and up
Gold Crown 85
tret or Teeth $3
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come and see us. We can save you money,
Open Sundays for extracting from 9 to 10 a. m.
Boston Dental Parlors.
Over Wiuecke's Tailor shop.
318 Brady street - - - DAVENTORT, IA.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
NICE JEW FAU
CAM IB KM AT
E. F. DORJf,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper Hon Blo:k
BE J. BUS,
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Harper House Block.
mrnTs in purl payment lor a bln
blc-Tcle. which V tend ihem on approrml. o
woi t -ae imtil tbe bhcyoto urives m- piovw
Young Ladies -gZTSsr
Wbnvsorelrls apply theynrattb wsateeai
ACME CYCLE COflPANY,
; ELKHART. tHD.
A TRIO OF ACCIDENTS.
Prank Butler Thro wet From at Vehicle
With. Serious Consequences.
' Blinded by last evening's wind and
rain, Frank Butler couldn't very well
observe an express wagon stationed
alongside the curbing on Fifth ave
nue near Twenty-sixth street, and
dashed by with bis buggy only
to have the rear wheel canght
by the express wagon. The
horse attached to Butler's vehi
cle broke loose, landing the oc
cupant onto the pavement. His con
dition, when found, was such as re-
uired medical attendance. Dr.
Barth was called, and found the
young man had sustained a concus
sion of. the brain, and was in quite a
serious state. lie was taken to
his home in Moline and is resting
Let the Bora Go.
When the shaft of a rig, occupied
by Charles M. Hill and a companion
of Moline. broke by being caught on
a projecting wire on fourth avenue
and Tenth street vesterdav after.
noon, the lads jumped out of the rig
and let the horse pursue its wild
pace. The shaft and a portion of
the harness were literallv torn oil
The horse and sad looking vehicle
were later found on beventeenin
Backed Into the Car.
The horse attached to a buggv con
taining Mr. and Mrs. Clans Meeder,
2637 Fourth avenue, became fright
ened on Fifth avenue above the Hock
Island depot Saturday evening and
backed the conveyance into a passing
car, reducing the vehicle to smitber
eens and throwing the occupant out
Mrs. Meeder was somewhat bruised
and was attended bv Dr. Barth.
Progress of the Negro.
In addressing the colored peopleat
the Emancipation celebration at liu-
ber's garden Saturday afternoon.
Prof. A. E. Willson presented some
ntcrestinr data illustrative of the
progress of the black race. Prof.
Wi lson is traveling through the
northwest in the interest of the At
lanta exposition, in which the negro
has been fully recognized, in expo
sitions of this kind is where the
black race should display its pro
irress. held Air. wnison. ine At
lanta exposition nas designated an
entire building to the colored people,
and If they don t produce in reality
evidence of their asserted advance
in en t, the southern white popula
tion, which is begiuning to accord I
friendly feeling to the negro, will
turn in diifcust and say their expec
tations of progress from the colored
people were over-estimated, lhe
speaker urged his hearers to learn to
help themselves and endeavor to
stand on their own reputations and
industry as honorable citizens,
Mr. Willson produced statistics to
show the branching out intofarming
of the negroes, and ventured the
statement that if the progress of the
past decade was continued the next
10 vears would sec tne negro the
most independent farmer in the
Moline Block Sold.
The Swensson-Bortnor block, at
the corner of Sixteenth street and
Second avenue, Moline, in the rear of
and adjoining the postotlice building.
was disposed of at public sale Satur
day to the highest bidder. It is a 3-
storv block with stone front and is
considered quite valuable. Bert
Peck, representing C. II . Deere, was
the only bidder and it was knocked
down to him at f 10.000. In addition
to this he assumes and pavs a $200
mortgage and also pays for the pave
ment. $500 more. Dere owns the
postnflice building, and this gives
him the entire row.
The special through cars to Watch
Tower from Mt. Ida, Davenport, and
East Moline are still running on same
time as they have been all summer.
The surroundings at the Tower
this season of the year are especially
Band concerts and electric foun
tain display Fridays and Sundays.
Misses Decock and Hess wish to
announce to the ladies that thev are
now ready to do all kinds of plain
andefancy dress making at reasonable
prices by Madame Kellogg s system
of trench tailoring. Kooms over
Hess Bros, grocery, 1620 Second
Rheumatism Cared In a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its
action upon the system is remarka
ble and iuystcrous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, druggist, Rock Is
land. A Booaehold Necessity.
No family should be without Fo
ley's Colic and Diarahoea Cure for
all bowel complaints. For sale at M.
F. Bahnsen's drug store.
Man-aad-Dog Fight in Kentucky.
RussELLViLLE, Hcpt. 23. At Fer
iruson, near here, John' I. Ferguson and
his two negro employes on one side, and
William McComiack and his two suns on
the other side, got Into a ficrlit. One of
McConnack's wins and Ferguson cannot
rveovor. All of the others are seriously
Injurwl. Pistols and forks were used
Ferguson's d g almost kiilei one of the
McConnack boys and bit all of the Mc-
The Abgcs. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
Children Cry for
JOLIET FOR JOHN CASE.
Borslar of Kder I.aekeya Realdamco
In the circuit court this afternoon
John Case, who believed he shouldn't
go to the penitentiary for the bur
glary of Elder Luckey's residence be
cause of his alleged consumptive
condition, plead guilty and was sen
tenced to the Joiiet institution lor
an indefinite term by Judge Glenn.
James Hefner also entered a plea
of guilty to absconding from the Ad
ams Express company, bat sentence
The marriage relations of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Stengel were an.
nulled on her representation of ill
treatment. BcIdb Trlcjd for Burglary.
The trial of Joseph Fisher for
burglarizing Rameer's Moline jew-
elrv store was begun this alternoon.
with Maj. J. M. Beardsley defend
ing and State's Attorney Searle pros
19 William McConochie to M. W
Kinvon, Iqts 9 and 10, block 7, South
Park. Second add., Rock Island,
William McConochie to William P
Zoeckler. lots 8 and 9, blrck 5, South
Park add.. Rock Island. $650.
Andrew Schnell to Milton Spratt,
lot 2, block 3, Healj a sub dir., Mo
20 C. M. Osborn and Henrv Cur
tis to Ludwig Susemihl, lot 7, block
46. lot 10, block 48, Chicago or Lower
add.. Bock Island, $450.
Frits Swanson to Johanna Paul
son. wl, lot 4. block 27, Old Town of
John Phillips to George C. Dur
maon, part lot 2, assessor's plat of
14, 17, 2W, $3,500.
20 Estate of Patrick Brennan.
Petition to sell real estate to p&y
debts. Proof of service on defend
ants, Dennis Coleman, guardian, and
Hugh Brennan and Annie Brennan
minors. Appearance and answer of
isiacic HawK Homestead liuuding,
Loan & Savings association. John
T. Stafford appointed guardian ad
litem for said minor defendants.
Answer filed. Hearing. Adminis
trator's bond tiled and approved and
order of sale.
Estate of James M. Montgomery
Claims of J. W. Stewart, $959.16,
and C. W. Negus. $0, allowed.
Estate of Lewis M. Nelson. In
ventory filed and approved. Fina
report filed and approved and estate
Licensed to Wed.
20 Charles Orvidson, Miss Ma.
thilda Johnson, Moline.
21 Charles Kerr, Miss Mary Vcl
ter, Marston, III. ...
Mrs. MoCaw Released.
Judge Adams this morning ordered
the liberation of Mrs. Tamer L. Mc
Caw, adjudged insane in the county-
court three weeks ao and since con
fined in the county jail, with the un
dcrstanding tbat she be taken in
charge when evidence of derange
ment suggests itself, inere seems
to be no question but that Mrs. Mc
Caw Iofcs her mind at intervals, and
while her actions appear dangerous,
nothing more than a disturbance has
been attributed to her. Her hearing
is defective, and being somewhat
imaginative, when a conversation i
going on about her she believes her
self to be the subject of discussion
and becomes insolent and rares and
tears until she gets partially insane
It was while suffering thus tbat the
woman was declared a tit patient for
an insane Hospital. Her familv, in
strumental iu having her adjudged
immediately began overtures for her
release, which were nnally granted
Matinee for Ladles.
In addition to the free lecture by
Prof. Houser in Harper's theatre to
night, there is also to be a matinee
for ladies tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. In all the cities where these
lectures have been given the most
cultivated and refined audiences
have attended the matinees. The
following is copied from the Seymou
At the opera house yesterday af
ternoon rroi. Houser gave a charm
ing lecture to the women, and
night to the men. Such lectures
as this gentleman is eminently capa
ble of giving have never been heard
and he is certainly a boon to man
kind. Prof. Houser is a man of ex
perience and of scientific attain
ments. He -knows whereof he
speaks and 'last night he spoke to
an aitaitorium inn oi men, young an
old. His delineation of the follies of
mankind made people cry and deter
mine to lead a better life. Preachers
were in the audience and said that it
was a better sermon than they had
Fair weather; slightly cooler to-
night, with frost; fair and slowly
rising temperature Tuesday; wester
ly winds. Joday s temperature, 66
F. J..Walz. Observer.
The market is full of cough mix
tures, but one trouble with most of
them is that when they do a little
good the patient has to take so much
that he gets to loathe the taste. The
1'ineula Balsam is superior to other
cough remedies because it is agreea
ble to the palate and its good effects
are immediate, in a lew days
ordinary cough is gone altogether.
Bronchitis and asthma are more
stubborn, but they, too, are cured by
Ely's Pineora Balsam. A remedy
worth trying. Twenty-five cents
all it costs.
A few more fine Wilton rugs left
for $1.75 at Hoi brook's.
Deputy James Lamont collected
$927.50 in internal revenue last
If vou want a pure, wholesome
drink call for Carse & Ohlweiler's
Don't fail to get one of those John
Bromley & Son's large sice Smyrna
rugs for $1.95 at Hoi brook's.
From the summer garment to the
fall overcoat is but the execution of
few hours' warning the change of
Prof. Houser arrived from Indian-
polis this morning and put up at
the Harper bouse. He is to speak to
men only in Harpers theatre to.
Canary & Lederer's great organiz
ation, "The Passing Show," is to be
seen with all its nnique features at
the Burtis, at Davenport, Wednes
Charles Francis, A. P. McGuirk
and Aid. Dan B. Horne have gone to
Cleveland. Ohio, to represent the
city of Davenport at the coming
deep water convention to be held
Saturday. Sept. 28, will be the
first time in the history of Rock I si
and that the people have had an op
portunity to visit Milwaukee on a
low rate excursion. You cannot af
ford to miss it only $2.50 for the
E. B. Lowrev, of this city, has.
through his attorney, C. B. Marshall,
secured a divorce from his wile.
Mrs. Maud Lowrev, now of Chicago.
on the ground of desertion. Mrs.
Lowrcy nas since, it is understood.
The Kock Island Lb ion is now
printed on a Cottrell 2-revolution
press, with Dexter folding machine
attachment, all of which contribute
to the making of a good impression.
both npon the paper which it is
printed and on its readers.
Mothers of Ailing Daughters.
Every woman above 15 vears of age
should read the book "Advice to
Mothers Concerning Diseases of
Women and Children," published by
the oa-rhora Medicine company
Send to the secretary of the company,
H. G. Colruan, Kalamazoo, Mich., or
ask vour drntririst for a oopy. T. II
Thomas and Marshall & Fisher.
gJ.AA4.AAAAAAAAAA AAA AAA ltt
Should Use ERADHELD'S
It I a T9erb TmIc find exert a won
derful Influence In strengthening tiernvi'tein
by tin vine thmnvh the proper channel nil im
purities. Health aiwi sireiiKtu are guanvntecil
to result i rum it use
Mt wife berlrirlden for eighteen mr.nthn.
tier uMntr Kradfleld' Fenalc Kegnla-
tr 'or twu months, i m-rtinir well.
J. M. JOIINbON, Malvtrn, Art.
BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, OA.
4 Sold by all DrusTtristft at tl.00 per bottle.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Rock Island Sayings Bank,
AT BOCK IS LAUD.
State of Illinois, before the commencement of
bnsiuren on ibe Met day or Scit, 1SW5, us
Biade to t tie Aailltor or riinnc Accounts, or me
State or Illinois, pursuant to law.
Loan and discoanM....
S l,0i l'JS 43
Bonds and stocks
Caen rn Uaml
Due iron other banks..
(it tier Real Esta e
Pnrnltnre and fixtures..
1 (174 27
Capital Mock paid In t WUmo On
Undivided tmlt .'. 44
Dividend- I nnad 7i
Sariu.s nepoviis mbj-ct to notice... 759 M? fi
Time t'crtiflcatej of Ocpca t 403.317
Due io otner du.ks .wi n
Toial $1,290,213 1:
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Kock Islakd Coi btt. 1
I. P Greenswalt, cashierof the Ruck Inland Sav
in; Bank, d solemnly swear that tbe above
etatement is true, to the tet or my knowledge
am ocnei. r. unii.iiw laenicr.
Snbscrjied and sworn to before me this tSr
day or Sept., 13tt. r . i. KI.NNHY.
I seal, i notary muilc.
WEAK r.:U TMZl VISSSSUSt
It BCtS nowerfullr and Oulr-klr. rtumt hon aW
others fail. Voans; men regain lost manhood: old
wen iroirw ronmiui Tieor. aBMiaulrlinar
aateet teCara Srnoanatu, Lt Vitality.
Esapotcaey, Xla-btlj FalHlnajMtPwn,
clthe. sri, Falling Memory, Waatlna Dis
eases, 'nd an tftrtt rf ttlf abuse or trttutt and
tnflincrrtvm. Wards off Insanity and conenmptton.
ion't let drufftiit Impose a worthlfnasutiBtltulo on
you pecauw ItrloMi, a srrater prout. Innlston has
iw ru-rt a'ssLaiiusa, or a nd lor It.
Can be carried In rest pocket, prepaid plain wrap
ixr. a-1 ner nor. cr a for avs. with A HmIii,.
Written Uamravatro t Care or Bteraaa ska
tS?jr- Pamphlet free. Sold by drwalsts. Address
ruraja auutu M aa'S, vaira . aia
Bold by Harts Cllemeyer aiu T II Thomas.
CEStfirS FRENCH FEMALE PILLS.
CcataiclDg Cotton Root M PennfTOjiL
Rl U9CT fllSHB,
t sbaIs rrssdy to tat wsrUL
Mesmin'e French Fo
mi. Pills, btra been
sold for orcr twenty
years.and rciert rjy A noo
bare arfvca t timonials
as a specibe nxintbly
andicz. for imatediats
rclieJ of, P!nIol. and
lrresnler Menaea. i
..in U'M-knesa eta.
Fries r"0 box. with
Can xo si mi II las. oa BPTttiora Iittat:ci
. MERarrv n;a-t. CO- DrTtturr. aitcs.
Sold by M. F. Balnsen, drig-jiit. Bock Ielaal
if taw. s'-uar. IR-Djrr. rwam
NOW IS THE
To buy your Carpet at less thin wholesale prices.
Over $10,000 worth of Carpets to be disposed of.
SALE WILL CONTINUE
Best Body Brussels and Velvet carpets per yard 95c
Borders to match 80c .
Roxbury Tapestry carpets 67Jc
Borders to match 62 J c
Good 9-wire Tapestry carpets 57Jc
Very good Tapestry carpets 45e
Best all wool Ingrains 45c and 50c
Agra carpets fiOc
Three-ply carpets ,.. 65c
Half wool carpets 30c
Rugs, Art Squares. Linoleums, Chenille,
Tapestry, Silk and Lace Curtains all in
cluded in this sale.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR SHADING IN ALL WIDTHS.
. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second atreet
vithVillimantic Star Thread and it will stay ; put
on a patch with Willimantic Star Thread and it
will hold. Do all j-our sewing with Willimantic
Star Thread. It is the strongest, smoothest, best
finished spool cotton made. Ask j'our dealer for
Willimantic Star Thread.
ISond 24 cents and recvlve plx rtnoot.i of thread, any color or numtxT, IwIImt wlttt
four tiotrlif its for your ituu'ljtm, rutdy wound, uui au tiuaructlvv IkkIc about ihruad
aud st-wing h ree.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
Drs.Walsli & Walsh, Specialists
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly Clinical Prureasor la two of Chisago's
hading medical colleges.
Acknowledged by the Medical Profession, Acknowledged by the Pre, Acknow'sdjred by
all aa tbe World's Greatest and Only Bocceaaful Bpeetellst n Chronic, Nerrons, PriTats ami
fcnrglcal Dlseasos or botk sexes.
CONSULTATION FBCK! PROMPT AND PERMANENT CCRCS!
WEAK MEN. Tou that are troub
led with He nous Debility, Lost Manhood, Kx
haottlTs Ora'ns. Mgt.t loares, Pefectlre Memory,
Threatened Insanity, Lose of Will Power, Mental
delations, sleeplessness, or any other symptom of
nenrona exbau.tloos. You st-oold consult us. be
fore it la too late. Delay ia falsi.
SURGICAL operations performed
t yonr borne when desired. Abdominal and
brain Burgs rj a specialty.
Tbe praise we hare received for our remarkable (kill In coring caset sriren op aa hopsle by all
has compelled us to nse 4bls mesne In order to
oenent or our anowieuge oi meaicine anu our inimitable tklll tn tDwart or aurgery. nememoer your
family physician is always welcome to see us operate. We are Willing- to spread our knowledge
and ehnw our skill, and we feel Justly proud of tbe dallv romrratuiationa we receive from the medi
cal profession for the advanced medical and surgical literature we have written.
Only curable cues taken. Best of re 'erenees
dreds cored by mall.
Chicago Medical Institute.
Office, 124 West Third Street.
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real I state Security.
V J M Bcvobd, President.
Jons Caraauea. Vice President,
P Ubbbbawalt, Cashier.
Began business Julys, 1890, ard occupy the
8. a; cor. Mitchell A Lynda's new building.
Dr. Pcal'c Pennyroyal Pillo
Tber an anmpt, sa ar-4 eertala In resalt. The seaelne (Dr. Peal'sl aerar slaap-
wMi. cimm " -awfc awen raui aaaaauaaa) ie urwuo,
For sale at Harper House Pharmacy. Bock Island. III.
JOHN M. PlalDOI.
PiiniiiorT c gout
Painters and Decorators
FAFS3 ZV33mSZ23. tto.
EHQp, US tTiatewnth CU H0CX IST.ATn?. XXZw
UNTIL OCT. 1.
in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. J. E. WALSH.
Late of Chicaeo, formerly aurgeoa-fn-Chtaf of
St. Anthony's Hospital.
YOU CANT afford to delay if yon
are safferins; with Catarrh. Bronchitis, Albm.
Early Consumption, Hhrumtt an.Neuralcls, L)S
pep'la. Kcrorufa. Hyphili, blood, livsr.kldney dis
eases, rapture, piles or bvdrocele. Our long hos
piial exiienence cniblea aa to ear a life a ben
WE CAN positively guarantee a
radical ru'e rf Varleocela InasTrndsrs by oar
paialeMI method. Women eofjerlrg from nterlno
or orertain troubles of any natnre come and set
an opinion on jour case free of charge.
give tbe people aa well aa tb medical profession the
and credentials. If ron cannot call, wr te. Hun
DAVENPORT - IOWA.
Honrs I to U,
f tot. aad
Incorporated Under the
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
C F Lynde,
John I'm ban gk
M P Hull.
K W Burst,
Jackbob A Btraar, Solicitors.
olearelleble.sasaithly.mralaUncmedlelae. Only baralemaaa
).ureatdx.gsaaeklbens4. If yea want the beat, get
Binr a. paiidob