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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1895.
a I 5 1 FULLERTON'S Consunrotion Cure. HTPODDRiniO. Davehport, Sept. 2. 1895. TO WHOM I r MAT voSCtHH: Pr. Jarars McCortney, of oar city; fcts been Kftinf sia the Fnl 1ton llyuo'trrmlr 'innmiilnn c'nr for aboat wetUlnl I mm plem il la Mr Itawktn ....ti. it..f re I bcan thin Irea ment I eoalt acarc.lv Ktinand. I aaaalfv took br,k- i k.-.i mt ffet iid nntfl after, o'cUipk. y Ioiik ami lt r-y lanznla and wjk afiar coafhtat;. alaoapH apt treat qoantlty of parulent matter. Now I i-nly waik down town and take mj treatment. I now arire at S o'clock: couih not ear an murh; -it ap vxry ll'tie matur; my lunga are now free from pain and I do not bare ttMM all-rone ImuuiJ 'inkinc f.ellnra I need to bae. Ia fact, I feel far beter than 1 bare for aevaral year. a. ith iuh I have been under treatment only .boat one Booth, all my f made eaa nolle n iinnr .tement. I moat beartlhr axlvlaa all neraona who have Inn? trouble. Dot to put 01 taktnK the F.illerloo foninmiitlon Cure It la adminutared la tht city by Dr. James McCiriDey, who b practiced medicine for neatly 40 years. W. J. Hakt, 122 Arqu sements. Wednesday ( Sept. 25. SAM T. JACK'S Extrava ganza Company in The Bull Fighter With a Complete Cast of Beauty and Talent. MILE FOVETTE. the $ 1 0.000 French Beauty, In e;njinctlon with 30 Handsome Women 30 IN- A SEKIES or LIVING PICTURES. Popular price.. Burtis Opera House, Wednesday, Sept. 25. CANARY &TEDERER'S New Vnrk Colno and Chicaeo Opera lloiife Production, Intact, THE PASSING SHOW With llf 110 People, Including Jeha t. Enihi. moot talus, 0m. A. Behlllw, LC7 tily. leki S Otliirt. Citrtii. Simp, StrarrtBiM, Kiiji lwrlo(, Ou rixliy. H7 Xw Bretca. I. 8. T:r, th liif SUtetl. Canary Lerl.rer'a Original New York - fu-iDo Plcanl ,iil- and the Beautiful Knfant 1'ro.liKUc" Ballet. Price, tl. Tic. BOc and 15:. Seat eale Monday morning. 1 JOSEPH A. OH. Office In McCnllough Ball.lln?. 14 W. Third alraot, Dayniiwrt. OIHce Iloara DiBtollm, .ml K to 5 p m. Evening. Wedneadafs and Mtnrdays only, from 7 to 8. Bundnj to a p m. Special Lines of Practice. Asthma Catarrh, Diseases of the Eje, Ear, Nose, Throat. Lymes and Stomach, Skin Diseases, RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED, - CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE. . Charges for treatment reason able. Successful treatment by mail. Send for book and also I symptom blank. i ii : IO c3 g of tS ?0 g I I & u as- t 1 had mocha and .weal, with severe aaios lo i ? r" Hespectfaily, East Eleventh Street, Davenport $2,000 Gira Am DOCTOB 818 Brady Street. DAYKHPOBT. The Boston Dental Parlors have generously presented to the people of Rock Island 2,000 cards, which, on presentation at their olVice,' are received as a credit of $1 on any work or dered. . We hope by this to reach more people and show them how cheaply good work can be done. " WE EXTRACT Hit! W.THQUT Pill And Guarantee all work. Crown and Bridge work a specialty. See Our Prices. Sliver Filling. BO cent, and up Gold Filling. ....$1 and np Gold Crown. l Bet or Teeth $8 Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Come and see a, We can tare yoa nuracy. Open Sunday for extracting ftom 9 to 10 a. m. TEETH .. Without Plates. Boston Dental JraiTlQIa, Over Winecke's Tailor shop, SIS Brady etreet - - - - DAVENPORT, I A. J, C, LEWIS CO, is the shoe for every r month in the year protects the feet and never irritates them. Made of tannery calf akin, donjro la top, all leather trimmed, solid leather soles and between the outer and inner sole is a cement of cork and rubber equal to a oork sole. Handsome, stylish and durable Ten 3tylee 4, 6 and 6 wide Ask Your Dealer For It. J. B. LEWIS CO.. Boston. Mass. Sold by DOLLY BROS. aas?ae3aa?aat3BaoasasaBOaBoaea riends'Oats! (Kiln Dried) Superior! tossy . , Rolled Oats... Sold. 2-pound Packages At All Grocers MUSCATINE OAT MEAL CO. MUSCATINE. IOWA BE J. Hi, Real Estate a Insurance. Buy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rents. The old fire and time tried company repre sented. Rates as low as any reliable company can afford. Tour Patronage is Solicited. . Office 1820, Second At. Harper SI 8BK LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT. A Dallg-htfal Batata feat at tb. Ftrat Baptist Church. The grand concert given last even ing nnder the auspices of the B. X. P. U . of the First Baptist cnurcn drew a large and appreciative audi ence. Everv number on tne program was enthusiastically applauded and never was applause better deserved. as all of the participants were artists and rendered their different selec tions in such a manner as to merit the highest praise. The opening number was a piano solo, vaiae in . major, Oeuora 34. No. 1, Moskowski, by Hiss Clara Ilass. rendered in an artistic and beautiful manner, of which the audience showed its appre- elation by a hearty encore. ThU was followed by the Cecelia Ladies' quartet of Davenport, consisting of Mrs. Lilli Stibolt-Hanssen, Miss Hanssen, Miss Atkinson and Mrs. Shaw, which sang a,Ye Banks and Braes." by Vogrich. This quattst ppeared three times on the program and each time was enthusiastically encored. The rendition of the dif- ferent selections by the quartet was exceedingly fine, and it may be sure le DA Villi0' cordial welcome in our city nereaner. ansa uraca uaicu gave two readings which merited the hearty applause and encore they re ceived. . Miss Florence Atkinson sang in an expressive and pleasing manner a contralto solo, "Across the Sands o' Dee," and was encored Av solo, "The Two , Grenadiers1 by C. M. Carlstaedt; a solo. The Son? of Hvdrias the. Cretan by L. G. Susemibl;a solo by Mrs. Lilli Stibolt-Hanssen, "The Holy City.' and a cornet solo, "Old Black Joe, With variations," by Robert Bleuer, were each enthusiastically recalled. Prof. S. T. Bowlby, Mrs S. B. Latter ty and Miss Ballord were accompa aists. This concert shows that our cities have musical artists of the highest order. Miss Balch was very happy in selections, style ana ex pressive rendering, rroi. a. u. Bodfors was unable to appear. Mas ter Charlie Sartorius was detained at home by the dan serous illness of his mother, and Mrs. W. B. Ullemever was prevented from appearing by the death of Mr. Ullemever s motner All enjoyed the entertainment in the highest degree. rndeaervlng Uaoahter, Heinrich Anderson repays an only daughter for her al leered ill-treat ment in bequeathing her nothing of his possessions, as seen by the foL lowing extract from his liual testa ment: "My daughter, Christina Frabm, having received from me at divers times gifts of money as well as articles of personal property shall consider such ems as her 6bare ol my estate, ana i mereiore aireci mat I 11 1 . 1 sne snau not snare in me uisin no - tion of my of my oeiongtngs ai an, dui shall be excluded therefrom. As a farther reason for this act I will state that I do not consider that she has treated me as she should have treated her father." The will of An derson, who died a few days ago, was probated yesterday aiternoon. Anderson leaves everything to his old-time friend, Peter N. Moltzen, of this city, and names him as executor of bis estate. T. M. C. A. Motes. Prof. L. C. Dougherty and A. M. Parker have been elected members of the board of directors to fill vacan cies caused by the resignation of J S. Freeman and L. E. West. Arrangements are under way for another membership contest. Three cash prizes and a boquet will be the goal for contestants, and an in, creased interest in the association will undoubtedly be realized. The association has closed the con tracts for a fine course of entertain ments this season, opening with the Temple Quartet Concert company Thursday evening, Nov. 21. The other attractions are: Prof. W. M. R. French, of the Art institute, Chi cago, crayon lecture; Dr. Lyman B. Sperry, lecturer; and evening of magic with Maro, and closing with an illustrated lecture by Prof. John B. De Mott. . Did Yoa Ever Thlak That you cannot be well nnless you have pure, rich blood ? If you are weak, tired, languid and all run down, it is because your blood is im poverished and lacks vitality. These troubles may be overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla because Hood's Sarsa- pariua makes pure, rich blood, it is, in trnth, the great blood purifier. Hood's pills cure liver ills, const! pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion. RhaBBaatleia Cared ia a Day. "Mystic Cure" for rhematism and nearalfria cures in 1 to S days. Its action npon the system is remarka ble and mysterous. It removes at once the cause, and the disease immediately disappears. The irst dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist, Rock Is land. ; Uarel Cwal Market. Hard coal ia cheaper now than it has been for many years, and this is the best time to lay in your winter's supply. Call on E. G. Fraaer for rock bottom cash prices. Telephone 1133 Far Over nity Tear Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cores wind colic, and is the beat remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Children Cry for Pitcher's Cestorla. ) BRIEF MENTION. Call for Cane & Ohlweiler's ginger ale. Hard wood for sale at McKown's coal yard. , A few more fine Wilton rugs left for $1.76 at Hoi brook's. . Mrs. Wadsworth is expected home Friday from her tonr to Norway and the midnight sun. Fine lunches served every morning and evening at the Mint, Market square. John Kay, Prop. Don't fail to get one of those John Bromley & Son's large size Smyrna rugs lor fl.so at uojorooavs. "Zt. 7. "d; W1ih PPlcy induced by sun Mrs. John Bodin died In Moline illness sunstroke, First class people patronize first class excursions. That is why so many have expressed their intention to attend the excursion to Milwaukee Saturday evening. Sept, 28. The Fraternal Building and Loan association has been organized at Davenport with capital stock of $1,000,000, representing $100 shares assessable at the rate oi ou cents a month. Spend next Sunday viewing the sights at Milwaukee, the beautiful metropolis of Wisconsin. Train will leave Twentieth street depot. Rock Island, at 9:45 p. m. Saturday, Sept. 28 $2.60 lor the round trip. Saturday. Sept. 28. will be the first time in the history of Rock Isl and that the people have bad an op portunity to visit Milwaukee on a low rate excursion. Ton cannot af ford to miss it only $2.50 for the round trip. The family of Mrs. Matthias Ulle meyer desire to publicly express their gratitude for the many kind nesses shown by friends and neigh bors in their recent affliction, and also wishes to extend thanks to the superintendent and employes of the Milan railway company for favors, It required three trains to accom modate the crowd attracted by the Orpheus-Symphony trolley party last evening. I he party included i lolly set of young people, who en loved themselves immensely. At the Tower an excellent concert was given by the mandolin clubs, after which the merry dance was indulged in for a time. Aaaaaamaata. Canary & Lederers big organiza tion presenting that remarkable amusement melange, "The Passing Show," will be the attraction at the Burtis this evening. The company numbers 110 people, and includes John E. Hcnshaw, George A. Schiller, RAvnnnr Hoaa flna PI tr lav VAPtintio jarbeau, Lucy Ualy, May Ten Uroeck I .... . . 1 and Madge lessing, of lasi season forces, besides Canary & Ledercr's original Casino pickaninnies and the piquante trench dancers who inter pret the ballet of "L'Enfant.. Pro- digue," and as additional features for the present season Messrs. Canary and Lederer have added John D. Gil bert. Miss Cheridah Simpson and the Leigh sisters, who created a furore at the New York Casino with tbei barefooted Trilby dance. Sam T. Jack's Extravaganza com pany, fresh from its triumphal tour of Spanish America, will be the at traction at Harper s theatre this evening, and one of the best, bright est and gayest of burlesque enter tainmenls may be confidently an ticipated. This company is splen didly equipped with every essential of a successful show a romantic and cleverly written farce, first-class pecialties, pretty women by the score, and an unrivalled set of living pictures, urganized by Mr. Jack nearly a year ago. the troupe was sent to Spanish America as a bril liant advertisement to the big bur lesque manager's ability. It took the towns by storm. Abe program is in brief a 2-act burlesque, with the specalties, etc., during the in terlude. The plot is romantic, mel odramatic and yet laughable, relat ing to the adventures of a gallant matador, who has various trials, troubles and rivalries, and finally by slaying a large bull wins the hand of a Castiluan senorita. Don Pedro, the hero, is represented by a dazzling pretty gin, and tne picadores and other assistants are equally hand' some women. At the close of the first act a series of living pictures, from the works of the greater French painters, will be produced, and a list of original specialties, vocal, humor ous and terpsichorean will delight the patrons of the performance. Tratha Tensely Told. Foley's Honey and Tar is one of the standard medicines used in the Working Woman's Home association at 21 South Peoria street, Chicago. AIR. BLINK. Med. Supt- 'Foley's Honey and Tar give the i a. i m oeet eaiiaiauuou acre. C. F. Bickhacs, Roseland, 111. My customers call for Foley Honey and Tar when wanting a good cough syrup." J. H. Kusse, tJiston. Ohio, For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drag store. The market ia full of cough mix tures, bnt one trouble with most of them is that when they do a little good the patient has to take so much hat be gets to loathe the taste. The Pineula Balsam is superior to other congn remedies because ft la agreea ble to the PslAle and its good effects are immediate, in a lew days ordinary cough is gone altogether. nroncnuia ana astnma are more stubborn, but they, too, are cured by Ely's Pineola Balsam. A remedy worta trying, iwenty-nve cents all it costs. A NEW SERIAL. 'FT em Wall Steaat ta Haaraata,' to Be FablMed la Tka -rfae. The Akocs has arranged for the publication of a delightful new serial. from nail Mreet to xsewgate," a production about which centers the closest interest from first to last and which is from the pen of Austin Bid well. The first installment will ap pear in TnE Asgis next Saturday. Mother, or AMias; Daaahtara. Every woman altove 15 years of age should read the book "Advice to Mothers Concerning Diseases of Women and Children," published by the Zoa-Pbora Medicine company. Send to the secretary of the company. tl. u. uoiman, Kalamazoo, Mich., or ask your druggist for a copy. T. H. Thomas and Marshall & Fisher. Ureas Making-. Misses Decock and Hess wish to announce to the ladies that they are now ready to do ail kinds of plain and fancy dress making at reasonable prices by Madame Kellogg's system of trench tailoring. Rooms over Hess Bros1, grocery, 1620 Second avenue. SIMMOfTTV regulator7 Reader, did you ever take Snutoxa Liver Regulator, the Kino of Liver Medicines?" Everybody needs take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or diseased liver that impairs digestion and causes constipation, when the waste that should be carried off remains in the body and poisons the whole system. That dull, heavy feelinsr is due to a torola liver. Biliousness, neaaaene. Malaria and Indigestion are all liver diseases. Keep tno liver active oy an occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg ulator and you'll' get rid of these trou bles, and tnve tone to the wnoie sys tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver Regulator is bettes than Pills. It does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly rerresnes ana Birengxnens. Every package has tne Iteu Z stamp ou the wrapper. J. H. Zeiliu & Co., Philadelphia, . s e 5 9 S 1 OB 3 B 91 HEADQUARTERS AT Rennett's Glove and Fur Store, 1605 Second Av. Restored Manhood DR. KO ITS KmK.:E PILLS The (Treat reme dy (or nervoua proairatloe and all nervoua dia f eaxeaottlieffen- ol either wex. It such as Nervous -V an - . i aariMia ixa arrea cmmu. Falling or Lost Manhood. Impoteney. Nightly Emission. Youth ful Krrors, Menial Worry, excessive use of To bacco or Opium, which lead toOonauinpUoa and Insanity. With every 0S order we give a writ ten guarantee to core or refund the tnooe' SoM at ai.tM per box. e boxes (or MAAtm. Dl orrs cbewcu. cowahi, qwi.as, oua, Bold by T. H. Thomss, druggist. We Employ Young Men I to distrlbajts tr adiaUM- ita la Dart aaraient fnrahlah arada AcpM bicycle, which we eend them on approval. Wo saUataeuay. I BKjoa auuw awanrm Young Ladies aaayloradeatSjs If tntsaralrls apply they Baa LhawaQiaeca nas war paniaauaa. lata. ACME CYCLE COTIPANY, ELKHART. IND. For s ltlM s? VSe aVaW VSeftflOfal tf) awlsaTS a boar, which aav. Itftthra ea,irraaaic, am mm arauy lo..ra.wiia bad MwaceyAlrppliai acu. Vartcocaa. AumAy.Psaasai, atraochhifrM nwinlly chrai cure nrt'l n aiw aaAaa ia yncne or M astral TS "O-krfr. ftmnaa RcserlT Me. yte aawe We) WoMaaaajaa. aa.a-.m arsMtar iSSUS? mcs& ViL!t" SSi2 "aSSTZ Osta-allCAt. CM. inm (or V. S .catran. ar yoa eaa baj It f tb. dracariaa amaard bdow. aUnhall FiUaarTKOCK 1SLAK1, ILL. liii 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 Borders to match Roxbury Tapestry carpets Borders to match Good 9-wire Tapestry carpets Very good Tapestry carpets Best all wool Ingrains Agra carpets Three-ply carpets Hall wool carpets Rugs, Art Squares. Linoleums, Chenille, Tapestry, Silk and Lace Curtains all in cluded in this sale. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR SHADING IN ALL WIDTHS. W. S.HOLBROOK, Noa. 103, 105 and 107 East Secotd street DR. J. A. THE SPECIALIST, CURES LUNG DISEASE. u C Wat t-i u X V J2 . c O I a fg. Consumption, Catarrh. Bronchitis. Asthma and all Chronic Diseases treated. by a new method. Dr. Houser holds diplomas from thtee reputable medical colleges, and has further prepared himself by study in the hospitals of Europe. Consultation is free at the Harper House. The lecture Thursday night is free and for everybody. THE PLACE TO BUY VVall Paper Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture Frames and Window Shades is at the Adams Wall Paper Company, 3x0, 312 and 314 Twentieth street DAVIS COMPANY BKATIXa AMD TUTlUTIia UOmiH. 5 If WVsl asVPHMHraB Savings Ban!:. ROCK Fle Per Cent lntereat Paid on Deport ts. Monej Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Beonrtty. OFFICERS. 9 M Bcpoai), icvlacnt. . Joaa Canaaoaa. Vies Praalftaat. t UaxaaawALT, Cachlar. Bctjaa rnrnaas Jaty S. Msa. sa4 eeeaaf B.S. cor. MltcaaiJ Lvaaa'a arm miMlac. EVERY VJOIVIAN laai III 1 1 aaaaa a ral lablr. aaa tAly, ratmlatla. bm)Mb.. Oalf karaalaat SM taFataadruaaaAaMbaaaa4. Uyaa waBtlfeaaaai,aat Dr. Pocl'c Pennyroyal FHla TWyst 'aslat. gaataafaaara. HA. For Ml st Harper Howe Pharmacy, Rook Island, HI. TIME UNTIL OCT. 1. carpets per yard " 85e 80c 67J0 62e , ..67Jo 4fie 4&o and SOe 60o a SOe DAVENPOR1 .HOUSER. You Want a Warm House, Warm all over, , Warm all the time. Not too hot in piild weather. r Use the Capitol Hot Water Or Hecla Steam Heater. Thirty Capitol Heaters in use in Rock Island. Offices In ROCK ISLAND and MOLINE. Incorporated Under tit State Law. ISLAND, ILL. DIRECTORS. Ot Lynda. Jaba crabaach U P Bull. BWBarst, WarWTJaaartaa, mi Mtveaall. jMMota, oaa voia. Jacaaoa How. Mollcltors. rnr. fwrai, aCa, UavaUa4,OC