Davenport Weekly Gazette in Davenport, Iowa
11 Jul 1883

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11 Jul 1883

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Davenport Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1883, Davenport, IowaFol Davenport weekly Gazette july 11, 1883. Juav Embom Batik is. A Sanile of the silk worm s hand been left at this office by g Donaldson. It is a Beauty. Peter Hutu ought Back from a Fca Asas and Louisiana two Large boxes o pottery and Flint implements for the Academy of sciences. Sheriff Leonard sold eighty acres of Tine farming land in Lincoln township on Saturn Auto James Thompson for of a mortgage foreclosure. The commissioners of insanity decided yesterday to Send mrs. Wiebke Holdorf to Merer Hospital and sheriff Leonard conveyed her to that institution. At a meeting of company blast even ing it was voted to accept the invitation of the upper Mississippi riflemen s association to take part in the Parade at the time of the tournament aug. 9th. Up to Date 157 dogs have been provided with the City s decoration which entitles them to the privilege of baying at the Moon Hunting cats in dark alleys and loafing around Butcher shops. There was never a better Outlook for the fair As regards horse flesh. Thirty Are in training on the grounds one Milia Bock Island Alfilda Young Davanport Rock Island . Let Tab Davenport Lizzie Norton Marr brio land. Donahue Katel. Hodge Davenport Nellie m. Wobse my Gareth. Dick Carna l. Valentine 0. Ste hiter lion Helen Tabbert Blu Egrus Bertha m. Albrent port Byron Jos. A. Pont Vitae port Lnch if. Pratt a. L. Hageboeck. Elij Hallen cabs Paustian. Walcott k b h Ermer. Amid beam Craw Leclare Minnie Siomou. Davenport Siauw Bali Minni Stone Leclare de j. Hittell Amcher Lillie l. Tichenor. Donahue Katie _ Mare Smith Melitie Fanny Emerrett Anna ban Frenz Bock Island Bort a it ohm Davenport Hankie a. In act Helen Eton Effiee. Moran 4 Davenport fusion pleasant Valley Auie b. Poston Katie Huljev Mamle Lillis Una Kane Rock Island Alai Canoll pleasant Valley Annie Davenport Luel Lincile _ Aries. Kelton _ Powell Shoaa Galloway. Satti Conner tue e. Battles Boc Laland t b. Area Donohne i. B. Smith Cromwell Iowa Mamie Rions atm port Sua Taylor Kar Rpice Coal Valley Raftie Bryan. Ian Alt. Barch. Alien s Grove spam. Roturie Davenport Len Nieball Annashay Rar Martin Juki Genevieve Mcmanns. Lons Grove Hattie Mcgee Davonport dia0ow Allen s Simmon Lizzia Hooper i Davenport Emma Watts Milan i Pluchel Vibbard Davenport Mary l. Joann haitian a. Lewis dare Aport Ian Mekenney f. Mcmamee t e Allen Davenport Nettie l. Me ver Kibe wore Lenbarr Walcott a very interesting series of exercises is from used. M. W. Falls Alula. Says my wife received great Benefit from Brown s Iron jitters in kidney complaint and impurity of the poke Paris Green it will certainly kill Matato bugs sold at Bissell g. A the Fomley. A fraudulent and illegal lottery in Ken Tacky has recently paid into certain news Myers a statement As if made by the record of Philadelphia to the effect that Gen is bean regard and Early commissioners for the drawings of the Louisiana state lottery company had confessed in recent interview that they Only arranged two drawings in a year and furthermore that the prizes were paid to fictitious tenons. The Public is hereby advised that the statement is an utter forgery that no such interview occurred nor did the Philadelphia record Ever state out it did occur. Every drawing monthly and Semi annual of the lot Tery company if under the sole control of generals Beauregard and Early As they state in every advertisement of tace com and Over their own signatures and that millions of dollars have been paid in prizes All Over the country is a matter of general notoriety. The Public will have Fuller information both As to the character and motives of the illegal and fraudulent concern in his monstrous attack As soon As the facts can be put into form for the press. M. A. Dachis. Louisiana state lottery co. Bios cases of c remedies fresh. In All sizes for Sale at toe Gazette office. i4ter tale Dpi Minte feat Twa sex. La Oioi Wuhu of scrums Bollt by lie tip of or. Wax f Crimm biking a no Liling Aysip Taifita if All Tut of out find were whole incl rare ref flied Tiomi Htwe Nacle ii Itti Gnu f Cream Brit ing powder. Tub few Rewun it i Imit it it i have cured of a chronic liver to Rii and Good i order with Ilver b s Bijold la web toxic. It is j. M. Bautex Rurik Scoco i we two bottles of Marsh s gowns ipod and live to sir. For torpid liver cons uveness and impure Wood. To Bare is nothing equal to it me it. To Teri july Ronor suffered for tear with in Aad general cell Ity. Your gouges as3 is run cared James. Sty to. 1m great purifier bit Mug be Diode c k Lom a. Large nod 81. Trial Itoe w wits. Reuie has t to of Bayjar rips a Sunoll t Jine of com Denny Liat Gitty in Tenn off 223 so oath of us Poohl talk. Gen. Add Sanders received news Las evening of the death at Richmond ind of Jim. Sarah a. Doolittle formerly mrs Frank Kendrick a most estimable iday who was prominent in div Export soda circles during the War. Sirs. Doolittle t Maiden name was Sarah a. Hamilton and wag a native of Maine. She was mar ried to or. Kendrick in tils cily before the outbreak of the War. Her husband was at one time major of the 2d regi ment of car shr afterwards became colonel of a coloured regiment and died in the Hospital at Kew Orleans near the close of the War. After her husband s moved to Oswego a y., and afterwards to Richmond ind. At the hitter place she distinguished As an artist and some of her work obtained High Praise and Raore than a local Renta. Uon. Hie waa a remarkably Graceful woman with admirable fed an one presence. She was very pop ular Here during her residence and hundreds of Dave porters will hear of her death with unaffected sorrow. The cause her death is not known. Gen. Sanders met Fier in Richmond two months ago and she was then apparently in the Best of health. A drap of toy in every or. K. V. Piece Buffalo n. A three months ago i was broken out with Large ulcers and sores on my body limbs and face. I procured your Golden medical discover Rev and purgative pellets 1 Aid have taken Bir bottles and to Day i am in Good health All those ugly ulcers hav ing h sealed and left my skin in healthy condition i thought at one time that i could not be cured. Although i can but poorly express my gratitude to you yet there is a drop of Joy i every word Lucite. Tours truly James o. Bellis Flemington n. J. Discovery sold by druggists. Macj tse Oil at Bissell s. Write to doctor Connaughton of Dan Esporti the medical Mission it is sent free and is a paper that All should read. See his card. A my Stock of French bal brigs Itzi Errear just received Robert Srutwa. M. Flickinger a Linn county far Mer says i have used Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy in my family for the past seven years. There is no Medicine in the world i think More of than this. It has saved me Many doctor Bills. I would not think of being without it. Sold by h. A Ernie when you Are bilious use St Patrick s pills. _ isstalu.t1o3 of officers. The officers of Coeur de lion Lodge to. 8 knights of pythias for tie Genii annual term ending dec., 31st. 1883 were installed last evening at their Castle Hall in the Forest Block. The officers As installed Are f. Graham Chancellor commander Geo. Green vice Chancellor j. H. Clark. Prelate j. H. Carmichael master at arms j. 3. Clevinger keeper of records and w. W. Daffin waster of finance h. W. Gilbert haste of exchequer . Crane inner guard and William Burrows outer guard . J. B. Thomas was he installing officer. This Lodge though it Only one year old has seventy six members and contain some Good material to insure Success and is prospering generally. _ a v Asa Cuba. The most popular dentist of Cirr or. D. Francisco Garcia member of the Royal University states that i a cases of troublesome neuralgia arising from the Teeth his patrons Are recommended to use St. Jacobs Oil and the most satisfactory cures have followed. T is a specific for Toothache earache bodily pains and proof against household accidents. Black Oil at Bissell s. Large lines of ladies hosiery at 4, 5. 7, and 9 cents per pair stewarts 221 Brady St. it what makes the flour made the roller process St the Farmer s in this have such a demand. Once used. Always is the motto of the Thrifty Boose wife who cases this Brand of floor. F you want Good wholesome and Sweet bread ask your grocer for Farmer s Mill s flour. Xona rrb rat rat Boxen while shirt Jet Reveri Hubert at a Little afters o clock monday Mere inc. Maj. Robert Smith went into a ii the rear of residence 2s4 West sur Teeth Street placed a Rev order to his right Temple and fired. The Ball entered above tic place aimed for. Soot summoned i Little who called her brother and Urey rus bad to the shed. Where they found their father prostrated. Antoo Radons. He was conveyed across Tbs to lie Ginnia Host til. Where Rea Auk until yesterday when it was thought to Retura him to his own Home and this the Ballen the Skull and lodged in the upper of us Jerrain. Tie doctors Are of tie Fiat web cuff of the the a theol will re arvo. Muj Tir Orer Tail with litre Worl of intr this till the extreme of he with of cow the of lie act he ban Bera in int ii Rue of r. And a Raday raw toe Liin Miod of entering own Tel Deperr Sioum womb Al Lar Nena it in vhf Tutt for mar Priit Rire trl. Milf night. Anui web tort Neer Otic too vol Bunn Rrt Ullic to inf tar jj1 the vile and then run will Wairt to Obj . Wac b in a Wocia in Hirw Tiff Btl we Walcott. A blk picnic on the fourth. Pedal a court to tin Gazette , , july Al 1883. On the 4th, a Large number of the inhabitants of Walcott As Well As Many from abroad gathered at the Grove of or. Peter Fintel where a grand picnic oratory and entertainment gave to Allen Joyce it and pleasure Jar. J. F. Skiles was president of the vocal music from a choir led by prof. S. Wilson opened the exercises after which the dec location of Independence was read by to f. Coulter. The principal address was delivered by or. H. P. Drake and was a most excellent Effort next followed by Jar. C. W. Campbell who happily gave analyses of the declaration of Independence. The president of the Day or. J. F. Skiles announced that music and then dinner would be the Neit in order but the Aud Lance insisted upon something better and or. Skiles was called upon and delivered a very impressive speech i which he grandly eulogized the state of Iowa affirming that it would soon be the Gar Den of the or. Peter Fintel was tendered a vote of thanks for the use of his Grove Aud that gentleman Well responded. A Parry was held in the evening at the residence of Jar. Long a in Hoa r of the 4th. Those who participated will Long remember the glorious Celebration of Walcott. _ i began the use of your compound oxygen treatment just As i was taking a bad cold the cold passed off wit Liotti settling on my lungs or hurting me. Have had no pain or rattling in Ray lungs after the first two weeks treatment. It works mysteriously on my whole system. I am stouter now than i have been for two so writes one of our patients. Gur treatise on compound oxygen sent ret. Dos. Starkey Pale h09 Girard St. Philadelphia a. Real estate transfers. As ext ked office of con to Al Drotor. 0 p. Sampson to John Giitl part lot 15, oct 129 Cona Inemon Viiginia Lott Slot to Thomas Gannon s. K lot 8, Block 2, addition. Consideration a. C. Fulton to Elizabeth Preston part Market Square in stun it addition. Consideration Albert c. Smith to Michael Raphael lot 4 bloc pc 4, Davenport. Consideration l. F. To Bendolph r. Schrieber. Part lot 5, Block 9, Davenport. Consideration William Kantero Jahn to 161. A. O r. W pan lot b. Bloc i heckler sad Kentz j Addi Tion. Consideration o. W. Richardson to Laura m Juc Bardson e a. W. Ii Section 26-so-3. Consideration reformed Datch Church to United presbyterian 60x150 at Corner of beads and streets consideration g. W. By Diria to Baueb Schnutt lot 12, Block 10, 9 and 10, Mclntosh s Sec Ond addition consideration 5375. C ii. Gerdts to Wilhelnine Gerdts lot Block Green s second addition. Consideration sheriff of Scott county to Warta barns lot 6, Block subdivision of Block 71 consideration Edwin Davis administrator to f. Dorrance ots 4, 5, g and 9, Block 3, Leclaire 3 addition to Eclaire. Consideration. L. M. Itch Ardrion to Joseph and m. J. Elder part 9 e 3 w 14, Section consideration Amelia m. Simons it Al., to Louisa b. Williams ou3 and 4, Block 4, Mclntosh s sub division. Consideration. Rom a. Mitchell admin Strall to Jeremiah Collins w i4 of lots Block 10, Mitchell s third addition. Consideration a Liam fave to Fritz Kihl part of Sec Tion acre. r. B. Hawthorne to z g. Sailer s of lot 7, Alock 1, Parkhurst consideration Tad Salt Liam for v Yean. Four of or. Benton skin cure in tit cured f p. Lavelle Merced Cal. At druggists. Ell your refuse grease from the Kitchen Bay Wise s Aile grease and save Money. Castor on at Bissell s. Peoria june or. Keck dear madame.-1 wish to state for the Benefit of other sufferers How i was of listed and Nave been benefited by your treatment. I had asthma More than fifteen years growing worse each year. Shortness of breath most terrible and i would All but suffocate. Hand nights i would be propped straight up in bed unable to get breath and could not sleep a bit. Every cold made my Trou ble Woree. My lungs were weak those Many years a Congh nearly All the time raising much Vellow matter. Had always pain Ard weakness in the Small of my Back. Had a weak stomach poor appetite and was very nervous. I could Tot again endure the suffering Tny Trou Bles have caused me. 1 began voor treatment september 27, is31, and have not bad an attack of asthma since tie following november though not using treatment circe last Winter and Alto Gether Bat four or or five Montis. The pain and weakness in my Back Are also entirely gone. I have doctored for fifteen years Here anal in England at great expense but Winter under Jour treatment was the Best i have in All that time and it seems Yon have the most certain cure for such chronic i can also by that my Verv much improved in of Heifer and Lupe do any work even is Felag. While before 1 iras Omigee to Hare help Neiry always. Tours sincerely. Mas. Geo mrs. Or. Keck her Infin onry ill be pleated to see far Cany patients. Do go into the Orantia a of an Ottora. Bittern to savor your a Kola and Aad Tver r be it genuine a Pitma of worm Wizov Fane and Only Fry or. J b. Of late Bisbort lilt Luen he Jtj. M. Galltin Recor in of Sod bract St. Screen wire i debts . T Tai Rel Perry St. A rebut red Refl prices Brady 2s1 Tram tin Ftp cited. Or cart. Only a Iii Tolj Kevn Ollk Ohwa her if from so Trimma try Hoji Hranj to tic fort met form Primm in sent. Lai Btu Sod it Tafrawe state Eubus a Queen of the 8taoe. Of if and the impart git secret Veals tie Benell t from new York world. Several years ago the american Public were aroused by the entree upon the stage of a Little lady who had been re piously but Little announced. She was one of an innumerable number of aspirants for Public favor and bad no instrumentality aside from her own talents to cause recognition. In spite of this fact however she quickly achieved a warm place in the heart of the Public which she has continued to hold Ever since. When it was announced therefore that miss Maude Granger would Start the coming season in the Plav her second written by or. John a. Stevens it was Only natural that unusual interest should be manifested not Only in theatrical circles but in other branches of the Community. This was specially the Case As it was known that miss Granger had for the past year been in exceedingly delicate health and the de termination to Star in a Strong emotional was the More surprising. One of he staff of this paper was accordingly deputized to see the Pular lady and verify the Rumor or announce its incorrectness. Miss Granger s countenance is familiar a nearly every one in the United states., it is a face once seen never to be forgotten features remarkable in their outline and contour pair of Large and deep eyes indicative of the greatest soul Power. It is easy to sea where miss Granger obtains the ability to portray characters of the most emotional nature. She possesses within herself the elements if feeling without which no emotion can e conveyed to an audience. The Man of news found the lady at her Home in this City and was accorded a quiet Welcome. T was evident at onco that she was in really improved health which the sex cession and color of her countenance my. Indicated. Is it True miss Granger that you contemplate a starring tour the Cooling yes indeed. My season begins in Chicago on the of july. From there go to san Francisco and then play the remainder of the season through Ern and Are you confident your health will or met such an a ringing laugh was the the first reply 0 this question after which she said certainly. It is True i have been ill or the past two years but now i am wholly recovered. Few people can have any idea of the Strain a conscientious act Ess undergoes in assaying an emotional Art. It is necessary to put one s whole Oul into the work in order to rightly por Ray the character. This necessitates an utter abandonment of one s personality and an Assumption of the character portrayed. If this is an emotional part it is necessary to feel the same emotions the Aart is supposed to feel. For More than a rear i actually cried each night in certain massages of a part i playing. The audience it Art. Probably it Ras but those were none the less real ears and the effect was none the less try in upon any but do you anticipate avoiding this in the future not in the least i pipe Otto have just As great a Strain As before but with re stored health and a knowledge of How to retain it i do not you speak of a knowledge of How to retain health will you please explain what Yon mean by thatr1 ton must be aware that women by their very natures Are subject to troubles and afflictions unknown to the sterner sex. The name of these troubles is legion it in whatever form they May come they Are to weaknesses which interfere with every ambition and Hope in life. I believe thous ands of Noble women Are to Day strife ring agonies of which even their Best friends and relatives know Little or nothing and when t reflect upon it 1 confess it makes me sad. Now All this misery arises Argell from an ignorance of the Laws of Ifa or a neglect to carefully observe hem. I speak from the Depths of a bit or experience in saying this and i am thankful i know the Means of restoration and How to remain in perfect please explain More Well i have found s remedy which seems specially adapted for this very oppose. It is pure and palatable and controls the health and life As i believe nothing else will. It is really invaluable and if All the women in America were to use it i am quite sure most of the suffer ing and a Nav deaths might be avoided what is this wonderful Warner s Safe and Vou it v constantly 1 and hence believe you will Bable to go through the coming season Access Lar f am quite certain of it a few questions More. Miss Granger. Will you give me a list of the Rou have created Aad the plays you live Aken part in Dace voor first appearance a i first Jil Secl for some time with the amateurs in sew tort and Brooklyn. I Jien went to the Union Square theater for two swi sons after that to the Boston Sloue for one season and ten to Booth s theater a this cite. Next i supported John Mccullou Cri Ana afterwards starred la Etc. Sob swi Nuy i created the part of he used much fast Ting might he avoided and How nor hour fart nov we units Wir 5? Natl in new. Sow tin a Kog Irr fair Artie Kulw Wib Cul. Frt tit Mam qty Namh at r. T a Flint to Rel my Jerry 9t Ait extra Ordinary offer. To All wanting employ eau. We want live energetic and capable agents in county in the United states and Canada to sell a Patent article of on its merits. An article having a Large Sale paying Over 100 per cent profit having no Competition and on which the agent is protected in the exclusive Sale by a deed Given for each and every county he May secure from is. With All these to our agents and the fact that it is an article that can be sold to every House owner it might not be necessary to make an extraordinary offer to secure Good agents at once hut we have concluded to it show not Only our Confidence in the merits. Of our invention but in its Sala ability by any agent that will handle it with Energy. Our agents now at work Are making from to a month Clear and this fact makes it Safe for us to make our offer to All who Are ont of employment. Any agent that will Gire our business a thirty Days trial and fail to Clear at least 8100 in this time abbe All expenses can return All goods unsold to is and we will refund the Money paid for them. Any agent or general agent who would like ten or More counties and work them through pub agents for ninety Days and fail to Clear at least to twice All exp enter can return All unsold goods and get their Money Back. No other employer of agents Ever dared to make such offers nor would we if we did not know that we have agents now making More than double the amount we guaranteed and that but two sales a Day Tould give a profit of Over ?12o a month. And that one of our agents took eighteen orders in one Day. Our Large descriptive circulars explain our offer and. These we wish to Send to every one out of employment who will Send us three 1 pent Stamps for postage. Send at once and secure the Agency in time for the Boom and go to work on the terms named in our extraordinary offer. We would like to have the address of All the agents sewing machine solicitors and carpenters in the country and ask any Reader of this paper who reads this offer to Send us at once the name and address of All they know. Address at once As this advertisement will not appear again and you will Loose the Best Chance Ever offered to those out of employment to make 1g1 Smithfield St Pittsburg Ipa. Cure Poison sores with Wise s Axle grease. Laud Oil it Bissell s. A few screen doors left and must be sold this season cheap at. T. Millers third and Perry St h. B. Breast s Chicago business College is one of the solid institutions of Chicago. Young men and women Are prepared for doing something at Are made taking the course at this College. Caubu. Positively cured with Emery s pills a never failing remedy purely vegetable contain no quinine sugar cents. In Tite if Erie history of Medicine to preparation has Ever performed marvellous cores or maintained wide a reputation As Arm s pct Oral which is recognized As tha world s remedy for All diseases of the Throat and lungs. Its Loag cont Iaac series of wonderful cores in Allda mates has made it universally known is a Safe and reliable agent to employ against Ordinary colds which arc tha forerunners of More serious disorders. It acts speedily and surely always re Lieving suffering and often saving life. The Protection it affords by its timely use in Throat and Chest disorders makes it an invaluable remedy to be kept always on Liand in every Homo. To person can afford to be without it. And those who have once sol it never will. From their knowledge of composition and operation use the acc or item Ron. Extensively in their practice Anil clergymen recommend it. It is absolutely certain in its Healing edicts Ami wih Core where cares Are p for Sale by All Druss died. Sale Laire Toi Rashti. Jolt a. Jess at Joei Oti r. It a. Moil fed rears Aad 7 powder absolutely pure. Ortw. A and . than the Ordinary worx la Vrh the in etnae of Low taut a tort weight tar inv. Gom my in font. Nott a bams Poiron

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