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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 25 1895.
Away Down! WE MARK DOWN OUR FUR CAPES FUR JACKETS To thn following RcdiculousJy Low Prices. Here is an Opportunity for you at the Right Time of the Season. Black Opposaum Capos, rcg. price (22.&0, now. Brown L'.ViK). now. Persian Lamb Cape. 27.50, now. Klcclric Seal now. China Seal S3. GO, now. Krln.mer 85.( 0. now. Klrrtric seal, martin collar capes, S'j.&ft, now. Krirnruer Jackets, regular price 65 00, now. fcluutric Seal Jackets.' . 68.00, now. LINEN SALE Fringed Wuck Towels, rcgv.lar prife nnw Heavy fringed l.ath Towels, regular irice 10c, now .7 M-n. turkey red table damask, rog. price 40c. now .33 C'J-in unbltuched table linen, regular price 49u, now .40 Ve !nvn just received a Magnificent Line of Table Cloths Napkins to match in both fringed and hem stitched. DON'T TAIL TO EXAMINE THEM. KLUG-H&SLER DRY GOODS CO. 217, 2l7tf W. Second St., Davenport, la. SOMETHING FOR YOU! We have bsen fortunate enough to secure a lim ited number of Lord & Co's Art Reproductions from famous pictures, which we propose to give to our patrons as long as they last one with each $3 purchase or more. They are not common, but on the contrary are handsome art souvenirs well worth preserving. REMEMBER With Every S3 Purchase. They will not arrive until the latter part of the week, but all purchases made from today on will include the souvenirs, a ticket being given to each purchaser. Watch for the list of these handsome reproductions. VRIGHT & BARBER, l-'ashioruble Footwear. 1704 Second Avenue. imm fill Is prs-cmlm?r.M? tha le. t spool cotton for band f owing cr t?Mriii:ic rawing. It ij tiic strongest thread made; it i frvc fn:n knots, kicks, flaws, or ravrls; ijalwnvsucifona in quilitv. thickness and strength. K never breaks itself or breaks the needle; never p-.ickcrs I'm seems or throws the t.'H'-ion out of onlrr. 1. c.ts 110 more lhaa poorer Kiuuabi uircau. ii'u your ccaicr lor it. "nj SI.-. cr.J trctirpSrnml.-cfthmw. fany ntor or num. $ IV WILLIPIANTIC THREAD CO.WMimacticXonn. j See our New And Latest Suits. Our purpose In advertising is to let everybody who buys clothing that is all mankind here about know that our suitings are in, and the finest ever displayed in the city. You are respectfully invited to call and see the latest in patterns and styJp. Call and leav your order. J. B. ZDOEER, Star Block, opposite Harper House for. MUSICAL GOODS The largest and moat complete lino n the three cities. 1 ii-i 13 West Third Street, - - - DAVENPORT. 17.50 19.50 21.60 22.50 25.0'J 27.60 29.00 3 .00 47.50 THIS WEKK. THING8 THEATRICAL! Barnaturai.r. AUcnpt a Pradactioa of ' SIt. Tracked." Tha delegation which attempted to entertain the audience at Harper's theatre last evening were, with pos sibly a lew exceptions, truly charac teristic of the personage Jule Walters received his inspiration from in writing "Side Tracked." Walter;, who formerly took the tramp part, was not in the cast, bnt could he have seen the unmerciful- assiult upon the pioie, he would be justified iu having these tramps arrested for fale representation. T. Murphy, who appeared in the part originally wiitten for Walters, made an accept able stagger at stageology, but as for the balance, 'twere better a criti cism be not ventured. Footllcht Flaabr. At the close of Marie Wellslcy's two-weeks' engagement Saturday evening, Hend Usher Kreis in behalf of Harper's theatre management pre sented the company's managers and owners. Messrs. Obee and Wilson, eacn with a diamond stud as a re membrance of their meritorious pro ductions and success in pleasing the public. Rice's 1492" is to be presented in all its granduer at the Burtis, at Davenport, tonight, and should attract a large audience. That merry farce, "The Prodigal Father," jollier and more sparkling than ever, will be presented to the patrons of Harper's theatre tomor row night. New funmakers, new specialties, the latest songs aud jokes serve to make the funny farce, now in its fourth year, fresher aud more interesting than ever. Since its last appearance here "The Prodigal Father" has been altered from a straight comedy into a rollicking, good farce comedy. A number of clever vaudeville stars have been added to the cast and the comedy is now more than ever up-to-date. Tomorrow evening Cosgrove & Grant's comedians are to present the dazzling comedy, "Tho bazzler," at the Burtis, at Davenport. The Thanksgiving attraction at the Burtis will be Eflio Ellsler in afternoon and evening entertain ment. The Woodward Theatre company will give two performances at Har per's theatre Thanksgiving day. Elevator Faada. The list of subscriptions to the elevator funds to date is appended: Pin Company fno GO Hock Iela'd Sanitarium &ij 00 W-erniinrer A Ucnkmann so 00 K H al.ie so J. r. eermuer S5 Oi I. W. Potter 25 00 I) T Koiirwin sr II i lame (-(Minor 5 (,o U.iclt IkIudiI Uixwlug compuir. in in) reier timi ss oi lor n oltc :. I TrM.ity Kiiloav company as 00 Mrnrtaia Brrwing company 10 (io r o Kohtn.on 10 IHI imam Mccniry. io no Dr S C riiimmer 1000 Hani! I'ahn. i n company 10 ui 4 and M Itnset field. ....... 10 10 Carr- & oblweilcr.. jo tm a nun.. io (jo waitrr donnpoa. 5 Ml C. Tcirelcr 'o is on lir Emily Wright son DrO I. Eyr 5 00 DrJ It Ilullowbaab 5 00 I)r R M 5 00 Dr 4 P Coniegy 5(0 K-: 5 00 A 'ri nd 6 oil VJlMkm sui Snmmrn Jb MVelle.... 500 r Dan Coraen f, tu J BZimmcr. 500 Ku llimcntay 500 The London.... ............... .......... . 5 00 4 L Haa & oil Urnry Cnrtla f, co hale Kuford 5 00 W H Mn.ball. R oo JSIIilmnrc 500 D Winter 6 00 (Jn. nv Mpnerl 5 00 0 J V Schieii.er 5 00 I! Trtm nn.t son boo M Levy & Son 5 00 Clrmann Jt alzmann 5 1.) (1 . HnckHMOt 5io A friend s The Mls Ejtm. s 00 Lunl.LoebiCo ... 500 A C Dirt 5 10 1 o hnr lln'tno a nn i-nsnc Mciinun... I'barlet Banmaun.. V fanner... ... ........ ............ Kdward Kohn.... Ann -e ir ial 5 00 5 00 S 8 on a nu i Oil a 10 8 00 i 01 on 1 00 1 00 1 on 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 on II Von Koetkmi hrin aai. Wliii.m Stewart , a.h John Bei der T Mllt:ll T Maaill M r Tt wae.hary LareetK................. John Mulqnren .......... win Youngber.... A 4;riua. !McCarthT i;harlei Moody., 1 1.0 1 no Phil Miller.. .1 1 00 Tout to date 6S5 00 A (Tactical Husband. Surely the Monmouthshire man who canted his wife's wedding ring to be inscribed, "If thee doesn't work, thee slian't eat," was determined that there eliould be no mistake in what he re quired iu a wife. The only wonder is how any woman could be induced to marry him with such a threat before her eyes. The esact date of this ring is not kuown, but it is previous to the eighteenth century. Chambers' Jour nal. . A Bala and Happy Old Age May be insured to ladies by using Zoa-Phora at the critical period of change of life. Sold by T. H. Thomas and Marshall & Fisher. For Over Fifty Tears Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Synip has been used for children teething. It scothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Y Ought to know that when suffering from any kidney trouble that a safe, sure remedy is the Clinic Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or money re funded. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drng store. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. . BRIEF- MENTION. "Jolly Jonathan" at St. Mary's fair tonight. Drink Carse & Ohweiler's ginger ale and be healthy. Souvenirs of St. Mary's fair will be for sale at the postoffice. Deputy James Lamont collected I9S1.05 internal revenue last week. Good reputation is good business capital. Good advertising helps to create good reputation. W. J. Mosbcr desires to express his deep gratitude to all who offered sympathy and kindness in his late bereavement. Low rates to Atlanta and the south via U. I. & P. railway. Tourist tickets npwon sale -to Florida points. Fastest time by this route. See the very latest in winter milli-' nery at Mrs. C. C. Hodges' millinery store. 329 Twentieih street. Also notions, stamping and fancy work. The Broadway Presbyterian church choir and the Svea male chorus led a special song service at the First Pres- byterian church, Davenport, jester day. Mrs. Lucinda Waile, widow of the late William Waite. died at Rey nolds Saturday afternoon of paraly sis, aged C7 years. She was one of county's oldest residents. Several children survive. Rev. J. H. Skidmore. of Portland, Ore., who is associated in the revival services at the First M. E. church, is in the district over which Rev. G. W. Gue, formerly of Rock Island, is pre- eniio eiucr. Nels Olsen has commenced suit in the circn.it court through his attor ney, Maj. J.'M. licardslcy, for divorce from his wire, Caroline Olsen. Thev were married December 10. 1S31, anil lived happily together until Novem ber, 1893, when he alleges she de serted him. Maurice Eisenbcrg. of Peoria, is in the city today the guest of his friend Eli Mosenfeldcr. Mr. Eisenberg is associated with Eugene F. Baldwin. also of Peoria, in the publication of the romance of today, "Dr. Cavallo." The book has attracted considerable attention and discussion dealing, as it docs, with the race problem, with religious thought as well as with far- reaching socialogical questions. The aumors nave evidently struck a kev note that will give their publication a wiuu circulation anu prove remun crative to their efforts as well. RURAL. Rural, Nov. 23. Corn picking still continues with a number of farmers. The yield is more than an average, but largo chinch bugs did considerable damage and they can be iounn m large quantities in the husks. The machines for husking and cutting corn fodder make slow work, and they are not being used as much as expected. A great many deep wells have ocen put down lliis year with sue' cess, as that is 'rte "only way to ob tain suuicient water for stock. Stock looks well. Pastures and meadows have good feed yet. Fall plowing is done in line shane. Hogs have about stopped dying i rum cnoiera, wnicn it is believed is now abating. A Dinner at Soloa Chaae'a. O. A. Boyle of Bedford tells the fol lowing: "I remember once whtn Sena tors Fryc, Hale, John D. Long rtf Mas sachusetts, Dolarjator cf Illinois and several others were at Turner fishing and called bu UucleSolouCha.se. Halo, by the way, used to ro to school tc Chase scmewhero in that neighborhood, and Long, I think, was born down there. Well, they all hapiiened to call on Chase that day, and ho invited them to bis house for dinner. He had a 1 nse keeper whom wo all called the hired girl. She was a Htraugo old soul and subject to 'tantrums,' Chasa called them. "Of courpo she managed to have a 'tantrum' cu this particular day, and when Chase got his company down to the house tho girl refused to get dinner, and tho only things eatable in the bouse were baked beans and blueberries. Bnt that didn't bother Solon very long. We set tho blueberries and the beans on the table, and then Chase made a little speech of welcome, winding up by say ing. 'Gentlemen, I guess what's good enough for me is good enongh for you. Let's eat.' They did eat and had fnn enongh over that meal to make it digest well, yon bet !" Lewiston Journal. Yon Caa Mellam The testimonials published in behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla. They are written by honest people, who have actually found in their own expert, ence that Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood. creates an j-j' strengthens the system and abso- tAn ,4 -.1 ,. tuvcij nu. wauvuLiy cures an uis eases caused by impure or deficient blood. Hood's Pills for the liver and bowels, act promptly, easily and effectively.' Ara To Ever Aaaoycd by a buzzing or roaring sound in vour head? Have yon difficulty in hear ing distinctly? Are you troubled with a continual dropping of mnens, irritating the throat and causing yon to cough? Is your breath unpleas antly affected and accompanied with bad taste? Is your hearing less acute? If so, you have catarrh and should at once procure a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, the best known remedy. The Balm will give instant relief. Dr. Kay's Renovator is certain to cleanse and invigorate the whole system. Sold by T. H. Thomas, druggist. WHAT KOLA DOES. Renews the Tissues, Prevents Waste Is a Sure Specific for Ner vous Debilitv. The Modern Form of the Remedy is Dr. Charcot's Kola Nervine Tablets Alike Speedily - - and Certain. Any modern physician will tell you of the virtues of the West Afri can Kola nut as an invigorator, a sure specific for all nervous complaints, a repairer of waste tissues and a pro voker of energy. For centuries the Kola nut has been used by natives of the dark continent as a natural and harmless sustainer of labor, a pre venter of fatigue and a general pre server of health. Modern research has shown that the nut has wonder ful and certain effects upon the nerves, brain, blood and muscles. Dr. Charcot, the most eminent spec ialist of the day in nervous diseases, has prepared a prescription after studious research and careful experi ment. His belief in Kola is endorsed by Dr. Shoemaker, of Philadelphia; Dr. Gihon, of the United States Navy, Drs. Monnet Heckel and Du Bois, of France; Dr. Mannassein, of Bussia, Dr. Schlagdenhauffen, of Germany, and many ethers equally reliable and famous. Dr. Charcot's Kola Nervine Tab lets are compounded upoi the great prescription and from freshly im ported, undried Kola nuts. They are a sure specific in all cases of nervous debility, neuralgia, ner vous dyspepsia, exhaustion, impov erished blood and melancholia. They renew the body's vigor and pre vent undue fatigue. Tuey are an absolute boon to those cursed with sleeplessness, restlessness and un natural lassitude and fatigue. They are both speedy and elTcctual and wherever they have been introduced have leaped-at once into lasting pub lic favor. HEAD ONE MAN'S TESTIMONY. S. V. Harris is chief clerk of the Ryan, St. Paul, Minn., one of the principal hotels of the country. This is what he says: "I commenced taking Dr. Char cot's Kola Nervine Tablets in a skep tical mood. I was not a believer in proprietary medicines, bnt I was in such a nervous condition and so great a sufferer from sleeplessness that I felt bound to try a mode of relkf which had so much testimony in its favor. I took the tablets but four days before I felt the effects of the remedy felt them with as much surprise as gratitude, though now the gratitude is in the majority. I sleep as I have not for a long time and I am re-invigorated mentally. I recommend the remedy unhesitat ingly aud earnestly." The proprietors absolutely guar antee infallible results from one box of Tablets. $1 per package (one month's treat, ment). Sec Dr. Charcot's name on package. All druggists, or sent di rect Kola booklet free. Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing Co., La Crosse, Wis. Twenty-sight Hoars to Atlanta, Ga. via Rock Island & Peoria railway, Cincinnati and famous Q. & C. route. Choice of trains. Leave Rock Island at 8:05 a. m. or 1:45 p. m. Arrive Atlanta at 12 m. and 10:40 p. m., respectively. Solid vesMbuled train of Pullman sleepers, dining cars, etc.. via Q. & C. route. Low rates now iu effect on account of Cotton States exposition. For further in formation inquire of R. Stockhocse, G. P. A. Ton Cant Afford toChanco It A heavy cold may lead to pneu monia or consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar taken in time affords perfect security from serious results. 50 cents. For sale at M. F. Bahn sen's drug store. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly nsed. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with leis expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principle embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs, Its excellence is due to its presenting in tho farm most acceptable and pleas ant to tbe taste, the refreshing end truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curiig constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and Bet with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak emng them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Fijrs is for sale bv ill drug gists in 50c and $1 Ix.ttles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig feyrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, ahn the naipe. Syrup of Fig, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if oflered. W. S. Hoi brook's . . Is the place To buy your FURNITURE AND- W. S. HOLBROOK, Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second -' ' - A.' Shoes Given D "pO get rid of odds and ends, old style shoes and Oxfords, so as to put our stock in shape for Holiday trade, we will give you the choice of 600 Pairs of Shoes and Oxfords . . . With every pair of shoes bought from $2 up. Never has there been such an offer made in the shoe trade. Think of it. Shoes fciven away free. CASH SHOE STORE. 507 Twentieth Street. Open Evenings Until 9 O'clock. Sustain Home Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I. Huber'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 vio line avenue by Telephone. jr. W Carpets. street - DAVENPORT ra . . Call for Rock Island Brewing Co. Beer. Great Reaction sale iiFUfS ui FEB Wimti For one wef-k to reduce our immense stock and assortment of oor own manufactured Fort. This is an advantage In first-closs guaranteed Furs never before offered. T.Rictiier&SoDS Farriers and Ladies' Tailor. 219-221 W. Second St. DAVENPOUT.