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THE AKGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1898.
TXTAXTETX - BOY 15 OR 1" YEARS
ueat Tui Attn ol
m otto w morning at o'clock.
T ANTED YOCNG GIRL. WANTS A
' situation either in a small family or as
second rirl. Inquire 1
IzIO Second stret.
WANTEO KXPE3IENCKD SALESMAN
for Inbricatiojf icrease and spe
cialties: ml-iry or commiion. Eqcitauls
HtrniHG O-MPiKT. Cleveland. Ohio.
WANTED TO TRADE WHATHAVE YOU
to offer for o.uuO (took of goods In
errantry a ore? Doinr Rood business: proprl.
tor me!: aud must sell or trade. Gordon A
W ANTED ONE OR TWO ROOMS FOR
llvht bouHekevmnir with a private fam
ily, located between Twelfth and Twenty
aixtn streets. Aourem immediately to "J. U
care Allen Myers & Co.
-irANTKD-TO LOAN MONKY
I? njondx. watcne. jewelry, hardi
mwKfcai lnKtrumenta. bicycles. clotUinir. dry
irnottK. furniture, etc. Highest eaMi prices
dojo lor teruoa aaoa kooiu oi au kinds also.
The above jfood for kale at half (be usual
store price A U business transactions strict) y
conunentiai. ms new pumoer ana location,
Ifla Second avenue. Hon t forfet It. J. W.
Jones. Two rintrs on 131.
TjV)R RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
a. uon a store.
TTIOR RENT THREE OFFICE
-I- over 1 7tf Third avenue.
74XIC KENT fESIRADLE HOCSE L.ARC1E
A yard. l. K( bixtb ave.
T'OR RENT HOn.S E ON
A street at IU per mouth.
Al'I'ly at ANGUS
"LHOR RENT-SIX RxM
X eoovcnier.ces. 111 Third
to liauerxfeld tt Uexton.
"T7OR RENT NICE
A. located. Apply
room 2. Huford block.
to -JoUa T. Stafford,
TTWDR HK'ST A NICELY
JL front room with liath and
for man nod wife or I
Kenilemca, at 11
TTIOK RENT SWT. I. TWO STEAM
A heated rMrus In liurst block; suitable for
offices orprivate aparvnenta. Apply at Jack
son A JJurst's office.
"I7KR BALE TWO IJOOD nUILIUNO LOTS.
f-rt, near V
R I & P. depot,
Tt IK SALK-CHCAl'.
MA NILE iNn
grate f irate ban not been firel but a few
time. Ec'iuire at Simon A JdoM-of elder's.
TfOlt SALE-CHEAP AND OS K iSV
A? icnns i-.ts. t wo in Hit; nc.irt f t!ieltv
and four in C lumhia Park, by John Obla-eiicr.
Ii-Olt SALE NINE-ACRE FKriT FARM.
. All ktr.ii of fruit: cood buildings; near
town. A ourpnin for tome one U taken soon.
Cordon Si How man.
SALU-TWO HALF ACRE LOTS IN
Webb xtib-dlrUkra. Soo'h Kock Island.
A bargain if taken at on-e. Apply to George
F. Moth, Masonic Temple.
PjVR SALE-SOME USEFCL ARTICLES
of (uruiture in trood pondiil,m. Aprly
Monday. 'l uesjlay or Wednesday, between S
a. lu. aud I p. in. at V Seventeenth.
A? f.him imm
AT A SACRIFICE. f"-AC RE
town. of fruit. To le
iwjM eheap t
settle an est at tr. Here Is a bur-
fur c.:s!j. No trade. Gordon &
IiXB BALE OOAL IN ANY QUANTITY
1 of 80 bushels or over at SS.o per ten, de
livered C. O. o. to any part of tbe elty. Leave
orders at Oimmeretal hotisa barber shop, Rook
Island, or Laos i amu, Milan.
Ti"K)R SALE CHEAP IrTS FN H'MAS
X1 ter a fMlditUm. old baseball (rrounds. These
lots will be sold from upward: smail
amount down, balance on lonir time at ft per
vent. Reldy Ilros., room t, Mitchell it Lynde
TCTOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
X1 wltn aboat 60 different slides, suitable for
flllBB lesal blanks or any desorlptlon of papers
In fist form to be kept In thspe for wtitlrur.
A oooprehenstve Index connected. Just tbe
thine for any ofBoe with contracts, etc., to
Ola. Address H. K. C. oars of Til A Hons.
LAMVS Il'RBE CONTAIN-
tnu some ohanire and s premium card from
the New York store. Moline. to Mrs. iri(I.
Owner can pet same si Ueardsley A Haflcy a.
TOST PBOHAULY BETWEEN THE HAR
i per bouse and Hii'b school bui diuK. a
ronnd brooch with diamond center and pearls
A II bend tewaid will be triven for its re. urn to
NITA CARL. 1K7 SECOND AVENl
trlls throuvh vourspirtt friends, past, fu
ture and present. Tells pi inly object of your
call and outcome. amtinvs sanies aoo inma s
l both livink' and ded. Is a genuine spirittml
ist meliiini and acknowledges uoa'iper.or. No
cards, nopapersor fraud. Love arTairsa peclal
Itv. J si arrives and remains few ilays only.
Hours ft a. m to 11p.m.
T A DIES" TAIIX'KIN; AND
1 i tinir School - UrossmuUiiit"
Everv lal can be
her owm dressmaker by
three measures ami
Tailor System h s only
nnv lady r cbiitl can be a
Famous Ludies' Tailor bystetn. luils receive
personal instruction In all branebes or iaiites
tnllorloir. Call at Famous Tailoring School.
Ktl Third avenue, and 3W Fourteenth slreet.
Davenport. Ascnts wanted.
t tlemen for our cunplftc sets of Juvenile
Hooks for the holld.ivs. lacn set lis- four
books arraded for little ones to L-rjin ufi folks.
Kaeh book fh-rTiiin :. d. ii-bl ful. captivatinc.
Prices ranee from Stv to to. 1-ir-e txHiks.
overtlowinK wi;h happy uhistratious. Tie
uendous Kellers. Nothlne like them, lour
months' rolden harvest for encrfetic work
er-i. Credit iriven. Freight paid, lujest rciro
missions t hiifli with sampUs of nil four hooks
free. Send twelve -ccm Hiamps tor payimc
nirt onlv t,f the iio-tae alme. lrn ail tra.sli
aod clear a mont h aithour exclusive Ju
veniles. The Nati-ntal I'-sik Concern, juve
dU department. Cbicat;i.
J. B. RBIOT.
T B .UDTf
Own Tomr Hosts sad liar it ImurtA.
Insurance and Loans,
Rocm 4, Mitchell & Lynda Building
jiff, !; t r, Ic
F7 t'Za?'itxJf t - - s.. J
THE EXCELLENCE OF STEEP C? FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, bat also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Fio SvRcr
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As tbe
pennine Syrop of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fie Ktrdp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding- the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The hig'h standing1 of the Cali
fornia Fio Srmjp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs Las
given to millions of families, makes
tbe name of the Company a (ruaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far la advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
in (7 thenx, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to ?ct its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C9.
SAN K. ISCO. CsL
teruviLLC k. stir toiik. k.t.
, Tf., - t A -Ad , -
af- dJ., - Aar I TL .1 -lr. :
is the old rt-ory, "and he did
drink." Well, M-p've 6een
him at our SODA FOUN
TAIN at least three times a
day since. Iltve you tested
KKELI, & MATH'S
DELICIOUS SODA WATER,
with pure Fruit Juices as
flavoring? Or an ICE
CREAM SODA on a hot
day? Of course you have
There is no one in Hock Isl
and who doesn't ;ct re
freshed at our fountain
every day in the week. But
have another" any time
you arc passing. It will
pive you new life.
KRELL & MATH
Paone USA. 171S-1T18 Second Aveoua.
the opportunity is wise. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon of war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream all the
more because it IcnTes a cool
irupreiou after it. and does
not, like some drinks, lower
the temperature a little only
to raise it much more after
ward. Young men who
adopt . oar icy cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
. Tise this plan of campaign ia
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MERRY AT A PICNIC.
Windup of the Tenth Cogressionai
District Outing at the
THE ASSOCIATION ELECTS OFFICERS.
G. II. McKown Succeeds Capt. W. 9. Ban
son as President Eliza Captures First
Prise in the Foresters' Drill Addresses by
Maj. CWJIivm! lion. F..Andrews,Con.
gressman Prinee and O. S. Sparks.
Dancinp and merrymaking charac
terized tbe conclusion of the lirst an
nual picnic of the Tenth Congression
al District VVooumen association at
Black Hawk's Watch Tower last night
An orchestra was provided for those
who desired to indulge in the . terpsi
chorean pleasures, while the various
other forms of amusement, coupled
with the natural beauties of the snr-
rouudings, furnished ample entertain
merit for those not inclined
The association1; election of officers
resultetl as follows:
President G. H. McKown, Kock
Treasurer L. V. Krkhai t. Jr., Rock
Socretar' M. D. Ko.seti field. Mo
Vice Presitlents W. K. Carey, Rock
Islanil connty G. IJ. Morgan, Mercer;
A. li. Siicklcr, llenrv:! M. I., deb
hart, Knox; J. F. Happer, Whiteside;
1. I. Ievo, Mark.
All are reelections but the prcsi
ileut, for which office Capt. J. W.
Hanson was defeated by Mr. McKown
lhe executive committee was in
structed to provide for a permanent
bularv for the secrctarv, and the re-
rinir president was irivcn a vote of
Iu the foresters'1 drill, the Eliza
team was awarded first prize, Kock
ford second and llishop Hill third
The speeches were listened to with
nnusnal interest, considering the
slillinir heat. Capt. Hanson, as the
head of the association, presided. He
outlined the formation of the organ iz
lion, and said the idea was suggested
tv A. 15. bpickicr, ot newanee. iu a
letter to Camp No. 'J'J, of Kock Island.
Maj. C. W. Hawws, the head clerk of
theorder, was then introduced. He re
marked that the president should have
in form etl the audience that he had
lcen riding on railroad traius four
davs, awav from Oregon, in order to
reach Kock Island in time for the pic
nic, and having just arrived, could
not be expected to make much of a
speech, as he had had no opportunity
to prepare himself. Anyway, the
major saitl, his brain was covered
with Oregon cobwebs and his throat
full of Montana dust
the case, he could not be expected to
talk long. 11c told of the wonderful
roirrss oi the Nooiimeti order 111
he far west in the face of the popu
antv of the oodmen of the orld
u that section, aud concluded bv
congratulating the association on the
magnificent success of its lirst effort
Hon. F. K. Andrews Heard.
An address by Hon. Francis E. An
drews. of Sterling, followed. Staini
ng ou the historic Tower recalled the
past ami reminded him of a bauished
lace, lie spoke lnterestiugiy oi the
original inhabitants the Indians
how Black Hawk here watched the
approach of the white man, who
caiue to take his home from him. lie
said he could not help regretting the
fact that in the onward march oi
ivilization it became necessary to
drive out of existence a noble race of
this character. But onward is the
lestiny of all people and all condi
tions, and vet it seemed strange that
n the midst of plenty so nianv were
lieiuir driven backward, downward
aud outward, just as the American
Indian was. Some men
heir lives against the stream, while
others were lorn at the fountain head
ami floated ever onward and down
ward toward the river head. Mr. An
drews here paid a btting tribute to
fraternalisni as taught and practiced
by Woodcraft; how men. although
their stations in life be wid apart
were brought together bv thci Juences
of such teachings and meet u-l do as
brothers aud neighbors. He felt that
if there ever was a fatai crisis in the
order it would not be from a foreign
cause, but from a disturbing element
within. But such a thing would never
happen. The order would live on for
generations, spreading the seeds of
G. S. Sparks, of Greenville, a deputy
head consul of the Woodmen, made a
brief address, in which he told of the
great good being done bv the order.
and concluded with a story about the
fat girl who sat on a man's knee in
the street car, which he told in a man-1
ncr that brought a hearty laugh from
Congressman I'ricre Speaks.
Congressman G. W. Trioce made
the closing address. He commended
the idea of gathering at such a his-
tone place to talk over matters er-
taining to the craft and to anticipate
the happy life before us. He said the
Tower was the home of pioneer Wood
craft; but instead o( I lie ludian. now
we had a higher and better civiliza
tion a christian civilization. Mr.
Prince here referred to the recent war
with Spain and said that the Wood
men order s membership contained
more men than responded to the call
of President McKinlev. Tbe war, he
said, had placed under onr control
15.000.000 of people heretofore under
the ban of aa oppressive aud tyranni
cal government, out me perplexing
question today was as to what we
were to do with them. jur. i rince
said, he hoped this auspicious begin
ning would not be the end -of the dis-
i . . .
trict picnic feature, but would con
1 tinue, and the neighbors would be
come better oodmeu ana latners.
truer husbands and nobler men.
Thomas Murdock is in Kansas City.
W. J. Price left this morninjr for
J. H. Foster, of Drury, was in the
Mrs. S. N. Conover is in Wyoming
attending the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. SI. C luce nave re
turned from the east.
G. L. Lambert and son Harrv are
attending the fair in Wyoming.
W. E. Stenjrel left last night for
Chicago on his return to Alaska.
Martin Telleen and sister. Miss
Signe Telleen, are in Galva visiting.
Miss Mae Clancy, of Selma, Ala.,
is visitinr at the home of Aid. and
Mrs. H. D. El well.
A. L. Tetu, assistant superintend
ent of the Central Union Telephone
company, is in the city.
Elmore H. Stafford has returned
from Virginia, where he took a course
in law at the state university.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kohn, of Chi
cago, are visiting in the citv on their
way to the exposition at Omaha.
Miss Pauline Woltmann departed
todav for Boston to assume her duties
as a member of the Aew f.ngiand con
Kev. W. II. Milburn, the bliud chap
lain of the United States senate, and
one of America's most eloquent preach
ers, will preach at the Milan M. E.
church Sunday, at 10:o0 a. in.
C I IX 11 R 1ST (;U:.4MS(iS.
Gilchrist, Aug. 30. Samuel Por
ter, who was nuite sick and had two
doctors . last week, has so far recov
ered as to le able to ride around.
Fred Eckeruian, of Kock Island.
came out here on nia wneei in o
hours Sunday and went back Monday.
Kev. iisk, of the 101a liesbyterian
church, preached here Sunday aud
will again in two weeks.
James Eddings. landlord of the Fol
dings hotel, has been quite sick, but
his efficient wife kept everything mov
ing He is much better now.
I he colored ladies of Uanlock con
cluded it had been so long between
fnsses among the men that they would
have one on their own account. So
they cut loose aud raised quite a
rumpus with their mouths, whieh
was followed by wool pulling.
Reynolds, Aug. 31. Mrs. Ida Pear
all, of Cordova, is visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. CofTan.
C. A. Dopes has disposed of one of
his fancy bulls to Iowa parties for
Quite a number of our horsemen
attended the races at Kelt's track Sat
Mrs. Joseph liilmore, who has been
visiting at John McAdam's, left Wed
nesday for Kansas.
Agent Wayne reports the sale of 125
tickets for the M. W. of A. picnic at
Kock Island Wednesday.
Henrietta Sherrard and neice. Miss
Edith Sherrard, returned Monday from
an extended eastern trip.
Joseph Sherrard and John Jennings
left Tuesday for Omaha, where they
will "take in" the exposition.
Miss Anna Foster, who has been vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K.
L. Mallet te, returned home Saturday.
Our schools opened Monday with
a large attendance, while the same
corps of teachers as last year are In
IBB COUNTY TEMPLE.
ug. 80 Clara A. Kuss aud Mary
A. Tvrrcll to Robert J. Blackwell. w t
feet lot 3, e36 feet lot 4, block 36, old
town of Moline, $1,550.
31 Ben F. Simpson to Henry Bar-
tels. tract bv metes and bounds. Sand
17. 17, lw. f 1,600.
George Hansen to Emma O. Stray,
lot 3, block J, village of Hillsdale,
Licensed to Wed.
Miss BeShie Metzcar . .
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure
F. J. Chekey & Co., Props
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
lelieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
hv their hrm
Walpixg. Kivxan & Makvix,
Wholesale Drufglsts, Toledo, O.
EST & IHL'A X
Wholesale Drujritists. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intcru-
all v, acting directly upon the blood
land mucous surfaces of the system
per bottle. Sold
DcWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the
largest sale of any salve in the world.
This fact ' anl its merit has led dis
honest people to attempt to counter
feit it. lock out for the man who
attempts to deceive you -when you
call for PeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,
the great pile cure. T. H. Thomas,
A J- Riess and M. F. Bahnsea, drug
Sow good digestion waits on ap
petite aud health on both."
If it doesn 't try Burdock Wood Bit
ters. For sale by Marshall & Usher.
Kdnsata Tour Bswcli With Cases rets.
Cscdr Cathartic, cur eonstlnstion forever.
10c, SSc f CftC. fail, drat-sms refund money.
Tta La fa tUw ilirm Boqfl
ONLY PAPER REPRESENTED.
Tbe Arg-ns and tbe Beeent M. E. District I
The Abgcs was the only newspaper I
in the entire Rock Island M. E. dis-l
trict which published daily reports of I
the recent camp meeting at lindall s
grove. It was the only paper that made
any pretense of haviug a representa
tive on the grounds throughout the ses
sion. It was the onlv newspaper that
gave accounts from day to day of the
proceedings. There were some papers I
ia the county that made a practice of I
republishing what had appeared the!
day before in I uk aegis, but the
matter had its original publication in
The Argis. These circumstances are
merely .noted as further evidence of
the fact that The Akgis is enterpris
ing and that it makes it its duty to pul-
hsu all the news, whether its contem
poraries do or not.
FORT BTRON POINTS.
Port Bvron, Aug. 31. A. II. Wendt
took in the races at Dubumie last
Ben Lamb left Monday for Oska-
loosa, Iowa, to visit relat'ves.
Hon. J. W. Simonson returned Mon
day from a 6-weeks' pleasure trip.
James rsewlands arrived luesdav,
md will attend the academy again
Prof, t'oddington arrived last
week from Neponset to take charge of
our public shools.
Mrs. James lieal has been very low
with meningitis, but is somewhat let
ter at the present writing.
The telephone company has the
poles set for the new line as far east
as Hillsdale and north above Cordova.
William Bell, of Minnesota, son of
K. J. Bell, arrived Sunday, and will
remain a month visiting friends and
Mr. and Mrs. YY. 11. Jey re
turned Tuesday from a -1-woeks
trip at Niagara Falls, Atlautic City
Dick Cox, who moved from here in
1890 and located iu Dcdbam. Iowa, is
here shaking hands with his old
friends and schoolmates. .
E. E. Rogers & Sous are tearing
down the shed on the south side of
their granary and are giving the
granary a fresh coat of paint.
James awisher, U. U. Ieilingweu
nnd Dr. Straw, of Molinc, started
Monday with a team and covered
wagon for South Dakota on a 7-week 's
A force of men with teams and
scrajiers are at work ou the sand bar
near the Port Byron shore cutting a
channel through 20 feet wide, with
the nope that when the water raises
it will wash the sand bar out.
Mrs. George D. Mworc, Mrs. John
Hassen, Mrs. L. S. Pearsall, Mrs. A
W. Grant, Mrs. John Schafer, Mrs. C
C. Coyne, Mrs. Fannie Flemming
Airs. a. r. Jioiiister, Alias hva t as-
tee 1 and Miss Ora Maxwell comprised
a picnie party who took their lunch
baskets and spent the day enjoyably
at the. uoaks near the T'ocia.
AVilliam Moore, the young man who
was arrested about a year ago for
stealing a sein and other fishing
tackle from a Mr. Kent, is in trouble
again. It seems that last night about
1) o'clock Charles Williams and his
father saw some one purloining their
clam shells together with iron rods
and wires that are used in catching
claras. They jumped in thfir boat
and took after the thief, who proved
to be William Moore, and instead of
having him arrested they jumjed
into Moore's boat and gave him an
unmerciful thrashing, closing both of
Who Will Ue Our Next President ?
Politicians are now planning for te presi
dential campaign of 1D0J. but the war has so
overshadowed all other matters that politics Ls
almost unnoticed Many people are of the
opinion that the candidates will be the same
as ia IHjC,bul there way be a "dark ho so" who
will win tbe race. Popularity b is muob to do
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lhe nrm of Kramer, iileuer & t o.,
on Sept 1, dissolves partnership by j
mutual consent. Charles tileuer re
tiring, Henrv Kramer and Charles
Kramer continuing the business under I
the name of Kramer Co., assuming
all debts and collecting all bills.
Chaki.es Ili.r.i KK,
S9.20 to Cinelnnatl and Return
V ia the K. I. Ar P. railway on account
of the G. A. Ii. encampment. Tickets
sold Sept. 3 to Sept. 6 inclusive, good
to return until and including Oct. 2.
A special service providing through
cars, in addition to the regular train
service, has been arranged for. Time
of trains and other details upon ap-
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rcKain your lost health. There is a sta?c In every disease tbat can be cured. nuvQ
you tutssed that staije. If not do not expurimcnl any lonner. but consult us at once. TO
thermore. we offer 1.000 to any one provlnn our credentials false We m-iltn ii Obion
to investigate ours. No otber specialist offers such a fair proposition. OSUY Ci.FtiABx
CASES TAKEN, llcst of reference and credentials. If you cannot call, write. Bins
dreds cured by maU. Hours 0 to 12, 2 to 5, 7 to 8. Sundays, 1150 to 1:30.
OFFICE 124 WEST THIRD STREET,
When in Davenport
Try the Three-Cent
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
A lew ooiei regarding spring; goods that esn be found by look
log at tbts ad. Llera are some prices wa quote; SpriDg norel
tivs in sntt tbe prices runge from 118. 920, 22. $22 nnd op.
Tbe prices in tbe spring trousers range from .$5, $5.50, f 6,
f f.50 and upward. Come in and see onr fine line.
Gus. Englln, Manager, 1803 Sacond Ayb
Paper Hangers, Calsomlners, eto.
Wholesome mutt is DclIcIoaM.' ,
BAKER & CO.'S
Life is Health,
DR. J. K WALBU.
I,at of CbJnsco. former
i.T fTwveon-m-rhief of St.
Anthony s UoxNtai
Drains. Sleeplessness, Threatened In-
or any otber condlton due to nervous exhaustion,
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Ttloo
quickly and permanently euradoy our sdvaucn
cause of Nervous Debility. Why tret
M'CULLOUGH BlUDIXGn DAVENPORT, IA
Meab 15 and 25 Cents
225 Perry St.
Lives in a house that
good plumbing. If
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.
112. -114 West
John M. Paridon.
Henrj A. Paridon