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THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1895
HuooznQ c2 Hooft
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Kocheeter German Ins Co Bo-Jetrr. T
Westchester Fire New York
Buffalo Oera aa ......Buffalo, 1 T
bprins; ttordon - ....Philadelphia
(.ercu.n Fire Peoria. Ill
New Hampshire " Msncbe-ler ! H
MfrwaakeeMrcaiiiies- Milwaukee, Wie
fcecority few Hares, Coon
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1017.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
HAYES ft CLEAVE LA KB
Jtl-reaoDtir g over 4.0 MHioo Dollars
of Cash wwtt
Vita Life, Tornado
Bonds of Sorwtysaip.
OPFIOS BecgtOra'a blnr stock Island, 111-
7Sfcmre mi rate: tber will Interest job.
J. M BUFORD.
Oeneral . . .
The old Plre and Time-trie Compani.
Losses PromptlT Paid.
Kate a low a any reliable company can tffnr.
Vrmr Patmnare H anltcitfd.
State Savlngs Bank,
Moline, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
8neceen the Molina Savings Bank
Org .nized I tll
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits
Orcin'x?d onir State law.
Open from 9 a. ni. to S p. m , ami
rrinerfa; and Si'ardiy sights from
roRTta SKiaxBa, - - President
Ilimaa Dnu, Vice President
C F Hi.nwiT, . - Cfebler
Foam s-'kitxeb. IJtua DamLixa.
II II Aixrwoktu, Gbo n Edtabim,
C F UntiKir, C A Rose,
C B Aix?woth, VT n Adann,
W W Wills.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
merle far r-nvat partfe re tna tardea
epos, of the wee: by the
Orchard State Bank
of OHCHAXD, HXBRASKA .
K. W. IT. Pnvtder.t.
J. 9. bun Caseier
Mitchell Lynda, Banker.
J. P. fcobmaoa. Cashier ttodk Island InarUica
C.C. Carter, . I.
IKnry Dart' bona, Wholesale tiro era
rorrenoe dance rllr.l'ad
s t g g l
OS s 2
5 E 1
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, wi.U
It s expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical bring, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable ar.d plena
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perf.ft lax
ative; eifectnaiiy cleansing the intern,
dispelling co!d3, headaches and fevers
ana permanently enring constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met wiih the approval of the medical
profession, becauf it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Dowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
vvery objectionable substance.
Svrup of Figs is for sale by all drag
gisu in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig .Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also t!ie name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if oilererl.
Executor's Nut Ice.
Krtttervf Philtmon L. Mite' ell. d cared
The nndor-lirred hev'ntr b-eti a;tnntntKi evec-
ntnr- oftne la;t win and uwamcnt or cji emon l,.
Mitchell lale of iheconnry of Hoe, I-land. rtate
of f'linoiii. deoeimf. herehv eirenoM' e tbt Ihey
will anrx-ar before the ormtr wart of Mck 11
and county, nx tbe otffce 'f (he Cork f ra:d e tun.
In theltjr of R. c lal'nd.at t.-.e Mar term, on
the Srvt onda in May ncx , at which time all
perron having claim ncairmt ad Mtate are wv
tificd and requested to tte..l, fr the pnrpo.e of
havnir, the lame adiiic.
All perron iniielved to ai 1 etate ere re-
quc ed to make ImmeJ ate parmem to the cn
Dated th'i Sd day of March. A. I).. 1MB.
W i: Wimaorri,
Mabt U. Wan wokth,
Byvlrtneof an execution and fee hill Insned
ont of the ofBce of the clvrk of the circuit court
3f Rock Il:d conmr. and tateof linnui'S and
directed, to the he iff if Kork Islnnd enntv.
whert by tbe tatd lier(T is commanded to make
tbe amount of a certain judgment recently cb
tained anain-t Michael O'Donne l. and in faro- of
Uannah hUke ont i f tre land. tenTn' n. good
nd chatties of eald dticniiaut. Mirbal O j on
nell. I bar levird a ou tnj following e crirjed
Eart(S) one-baf northw-st t) one qaarter
of eection 21 'wenty-one. tfiwnt-hip il'J.1 n nr
teen, north raDffe (SMhree. eat of the p-intipal
m- ridian, vitnated n the county of Ito k l?laul,
eta' e of Illinois.
Therefore, in compliance aith id romtnandJI
will extMtae for eale at pubi!c auction all the
r.jru, line ana iniercn ot tne anove nemea.
Micbael O'lno-1!, In and to the above deer1rMd
property, m LTtih dm of Fet rnrr. A. D.. 19.
at (i) two o'clo -k o. m.. at the noth door of the
Court Honae, In the ci:e of Kock Ilan . in the
county of hock leland and arate of lilivMi. for
eh in hand, to ntifr aid exec tion and f-.e
bill. FREDERICK U. UEMEXWAY.
Sherifl of Kock l-land Louuty.Illinola
Notice to Contractor .
Re-Jed propaea'e will be receives at tbe rlfy
e'erk' office, tn the city of kock ilar.d. Ill
until Monday, March 4, 1C5. at 5 o'clock
p. m., for conatructins the improvement or.
dered by an ordii.aare ei. titled: 'An ordi
nance fur the invroyement of aTeia in b!oce
"O" one 1. two (. thirtt en (lSi. foune n (14)
and flften(15i, i.i the city of Rock 'elan!, bnowo
a tti'i Town. r.d nioca ore ui.two itj, inr -e (ni
ten (10) and e'een (II . in Signer A ee' a!'
ditton to the city o Rock I-land and tae of 1)11-
oi." maed eeh. 4. 1"K". and f w f nrnthinc ai
the rocteriai and ooin. th work ecrotdini: to
plana aud specification on file tt tbe ci'y eiera
B ank bid will he furnished on application,
Ali bids einat be acrnmpap.ird with i
certifltd check in the ttm of Are hundred
dllar (S'uui oa some Ihick Is'an 1 bank
parab'e to the o-d r of the tni'or of
raid city, which aha'l become forfi-'teo' t a:d
City. Inose tie bidder rhall fail le enter I' to
emnract with a .proved surrtie to ex cute the
ork for the prW-e mrntrnned tn hi bid and ac
cording to tbe plan and apeciflcati in the
event ik-t the contract skill be awa-ded to him.
Contractors are required to fnrcrah ample of
b-ick, with wtmh work t to be done t'nek
aed in ths wr.rk ami co.-respoaa w:ta ine aaai'
pies in quality am ciyle.
Bock Island, Ill Feb. 11, 1SSS.
A. I. UI ESISO, City Clerk.
Bpretsl Tiuthe Notice.
Sotic i hereby g vea to all terona inter
est a tat tbe city council or in cuv r vc
llaa haviaa orfer-d tfit t e allev m btrck .
one (1). woit. thirteen 1 l, fourteen 1 1 4 and
liters i I5i in tha' i art i f the citv of Rck 11 nd
known a -tld Town," and bock one (1), two
it), thive (S-, ten (lui and eleven ( II ). in spencer
a Care addition to tne city of Kock Iland. ail in
tnecilvcf Hock I'laod. onnty or Kock island.
'sfe of Illinois, sha'l be. an 4 tue same i berrby
ordered to o- curbed win three fi tucn plank,
excavated, sraded. imnrovcd. an t paved wttn pav
bur brick of the standard aa r. ro 1 led hyordi-
nan-e. Said ordinance forstid ironrjvement is
on file in the ifS-e vt tte city clvrk of
aid city, and Mid city bra applied to
the county court of fo-k Island ounty,
llllrols. for an acssmrnt and levy of tne
cwt of raid improvement upon acd from tbe kit
ana Tit or lot and tract or lan i conuK.iou t
'he line of said improvement ia aaid oraii.ance
rrder-d lobe cotstructed. it pmp4rtton to tbe
frontage of ouch lota, part uf lot-, and tracts of
lard upon the impro-cmnt o or tered to he con
troclcd a- aforrna d ; and an assessntent thcrerf
haviniE been made and returned to ad court, the
final Leariuir thcrecn will be bad at the Xarrh
law term of satd ct rjrt. - ommeLC'.n on the
lltb day of March. A. ! .
All person devi'ite may then and there appear
and make their defense.
Dated at Rock Ulaou, 1 1in-X tht eth day of
rcoraary, A. 1HO. ili iaw K'trr,
M . Laa t.LT,
Jona J. Inch.
vonuniss on rs.
Waihei ZTtrjtblBg Trm a fit
Silk EdkRh!fif to dreci Tnt.
Lac Cortslai a BfdlaStj.
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. M. PARKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
PORT BYRON POINTS.
Death of Charles P. Sehafer-A Ftee
Port Btro!t. March 5 Charles F.
Schafer died at his residence in Znma
Saturday evening, March 2. Mr.
Schafer was born in Wnrtemberg,
Germany. March 4, 1821, thus lack
ing only two days of being 74 years
old. He came to America in 1874, and
for three years resided in Pennsyl
vania, coming to Illinois in 1850 and
settling in Znma township, where he
has resided ever since tbat date. He
was married before leaving Germany
to Miss Barbara Shock. There were
nine children born to them, all of
whom with the widow, are living in
this vicinity. The funeral was held
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
residence. Rev. II. Winters, of the
German Lutheran chnrch, officiating.
Friday evening between 8 and
9 o'clock the barn of Fred Reiling
in Coe, was discovered on fire. Al
though tbe neighbors in large nura
bcrs soon arrived on the scene, the
fire had gained such headway that it
was impossible to check it, and the
building was completelv destrsved
with nearly all the contents. There
were COO bushels of corn, 500 bushels
of oats, a lot of hay, harnesses.
wagons, farming tools, etc. burned.
the loss being estimated at from
$1,300 to $1,500, on which there was
an insurance of 800 in the Farmer's
Mutual Insurance company, of Coe
J. W. Tan Sant, of Le Claire, was
seen on our streets today, notwith
standing he is over 85 years old, and
ts as spry as many men of 60.
Since the recent cold snap there
are some patches of very fine skating
wliicti tne boys are mating use of.
although tne ice is not very strong.
Monday afternoon, as Vincent Mor
gan was driving toward his home in
C e, bis team became frightened at a
loose borse in the road just east of
town, and near the residence of Levi
Filbert the animals overturned the
carriage, throwing Mr. Morgan out
and getting away from bim. Tbe
team continued running toward
home, and just east of Daniel Flinn's
place one of the horses struck a post
in the railing of the bridge and split
its breast open, killing it almost
instantly. The carriage was consid'
erablv damaged. Mr. Morgan es
caped without serious iniurv. The
horse which was killed was a very
SorTH Heights. Match 6. The
Review club will meet with Mr. and
MUs Gottsch this evening.
The primary room, taught by Miss
Jennie Dick man, bad a ban noiiday
1 ucstfav atternoon.
Mrs. Will Nepka has returned,
after spending the winter with his
parents in Mississippi.
C. C. Irvin. of Alexis, who spent
Sunday with his brothers of this
place, 'returned home Tuesday.
John Aster, who has been sick with
the grippe, is improving. Mrs. Aster
I as also been confined to her borne
with a severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wood and
children, of Prairie Du Chicn. Wis.,
arrived in the city this morning, to
attend the Wood-Lewis wedding.
Miss Clara Miller, who has been
visiting at the home of her nncle,
Cornelius Graham, for tbe past week,
returned to her home at Liberty ville.
George Richmond has moved into
the family homestead, on Twelfth
street, which he recently "purchased
from his sisters, Mrs. Scbmcil and
Mrs. Will Robinson.
Joslix. March 5. The ice in Rock
river became gorged so that the
water was forced out on tbe bottoms
and is still spreading.
F. E. Crompton being a director of
theCoe-Zuma Mutual Insurance com
pany, received a notice Monday
last to meet at the residence of Fred
Reiling, in Coe, to adjust a loss by
Mr. and Mrs. Bender have an in
crease in family of tbe masculine
persuasion. Consequently, if it lives
and prospers and remains a citizen
of the United States, it will become a
voter in tbe year 1916.
The hired hands are finding tbeir
places for tbe coming season. Wil
liam Byers works for Ambrose Searl,
Newt. White for Walter Guthrie, John
Johnson for Charles Osborne. Charles
Miller and Amos Ekstrom for Fred
erick Whiteside, Samuel Adams for
his father, David Adams, and John
Leasure remains as clerk at the im
plement house of F. Whiteside.
Hamlet, March 5 Miss Mattie
Bloomer, of Keithsburg, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. O. N. Phillips, of
Rev. Linninger, of Chicago, will
preach here next Sunday morning at
Quite a number from this place
attended the funeral of Mr. Cathcart,
Miss Mattie Nichols returned home
Tuesday from Washington, Iowa,
where she graduated at the high
Rev. Kerr, of Rock Island, gave a
lecture at the Hamlet church last
Monday evening. It was well at
tended and enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Eliza Damp died at her home
Sunday morning. Funeral services
were 'held at Perry ton chnrch
Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock.
Tbe 'Ladies' Missionary society
will meet at tbe home of Mrs. Wil
liam Gorman Thursday, March 14.
Dinner will be served at 12, with
meeting at 2 o'clock.
W. J. McEatire. Thad J. Ash, and
Dr. L. C. Moore, of Reynolds, and
Fred DeBord, of this place, went
over to Aledo last Wednesday even
ing to attend tne lodge of Royal
coenrry build in a.
March 2. Estate of Michael Rein-
hart. Administrator's report tiled and
Estate of George Lehnerer. Wid
ow's relinquishment and selection
bied and approved ana oraer turning
over property selected to widows
Estate of fbiiemon l Mitchell.
Letters testamentary issued to Phil
Mitchell, W llham C. W adsworth and
Mary H. Wadsworth. Bond waived
uuardiansnip oi Armnru. nerwig.
minor heir of Augustus and Harrietta
Herwig. Guardian's report filed and
estate oi bamnei eowies. reports
of sales of personal property at pri
vate sale under orders entered March
7. and April 12, 1894. respectively,
filed and approved. Claim of Henry
Curtis, $42.50. allowed.
Estate of Catharine Frey. Petition
to Peter Frey and Catharine Din-
dinger for examination as to posses
sion of estate property. Citation or
dered for March 9 inst., at 10 a. m.
Estate of E.W.Webb. Memoran
dum of report by administrator filed
Estate of Leonard Zentgraf. Ad
ministrator's report filed and ap
Estate of Emma E. Davis. Letters
of administration issued to Daniel
Gordon. Bond filed and approved.
4. In re petition of the city of
Rock Island for the construction of
sidewalks on certain streets. Order
that objections be filed by Thursday,
In re petition of the city of Rock
Island for the constrnction of side
walks on certain avenues. Same or
Estate of William G. Marshall.
Claim of Marshall Bros, allowed at
Estate of John O'Brien. Proof of
posting and publication filed.
Estate of Elizabeth Mills. Admin.
istrator's final report filed and ap
proved. Estate closed and adminis
trator discharged. Clerk's costs re
Guardianship of John and Zella
rark, minors guardian's report hied
Guardianship of Elizabeth Ehmpke.
Guardian s report bled and approved.
Guardianship of Peter Antony
Guardian's report filed and approved.
Estate of George Lehnerer. lnven
torv tiled and approved.
Estate of Davis Blaser. A. A. Buf-
fum. John Blakely and Henry Schuck
Estate of S. W. Wheelock. Ad
ministrator's report filed.
Estate of Enoch E. Adams. Re
port of sale of real estate to pay
deots n:ed and approved.
A Dollar Went Farther la Thoae Day.
A w.'g, when told that George Washington
threw a dollar over the natural bridge of Virginia
replied that a dollar went farther in those days
than now The was, tbr'gh witty, waa wrong:
for a dollar never went so far aa now, if It be in
vested in Er Pierce's Golden Medical DUeorery.
which Is universally acknowledgod to he a spe
cific for consumption, bronchitis and all wasting
disease. Tbe nutritive propertie of Cod liver
oil are tr fling when compared with the result
that follow the use of the "Di covery.
Cr. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. T. Sir: About
the year 1980, 1 was attacked with a severe hack
ing cough. I took medic ine frvm different dec.
tors for two yetm, without much benefit. My
cough grew worse, ana tbe doctor said I had the
consumption. I bad hemoirhage from tbe lungs.
and cough d np a great deal of phlegm. After
reading! the many cures tffected by Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. I proenrred two hot
tie, and before I bad finished using the first.
waa a'jle to walk about the bouse, and to 'go ont
I was toon able to d light work. I continued
with the medicine, and am happy ,fr say tbat it
aved my life, and entirely cured me. It lathe
best medicine in tbe world for all lung troubles "
Sincere y, E. A Mitchell.
Martin. Franklin Cou, Ga.
Dr. K. n. Miller Vlalt,
Next Thursday will be the occa
sion of Dr. R. B. Miller's regular
monthly visit to our city. For a pe
riod of more than three years he has
made these regular visits, and he has
bad patients from every section of
this county who attest to his great
skill in tne cure oi chronic diseases.
Still there are others afflicted, those
who have chronic ailments from the
effects of which they have suffered
for years. It is quite probable that
they conld be restored to health, so
that they could enjoy life and be hap
py, ii provided wun propor medicine.
As Dr. Miller has cured so many such
afflicted in this county, it is quite
probable that those now deseased
most of them, at least could be cured
by his treatment. Call and consult
with him; he'll not charge you on.
less you put yourself under his treat
ment. A Falae Diagnosis.
La Grippe is confounded by many
persons with a severe attack of ca
tarrh. which in some respects resem
bles the former. These individuals
suffer severely with pain about the
forehead, eyes and ears, with sore
ness in throat and stoppage of the
nasal passages, and in fact, are inca
pacitated for work of any kind for
days at a time. These are catarrhal
sufferers. Ely's Cream Balm has
been nsed with the best results in
snch cases. The remedy will give
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hat
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarraea
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Toe Argcs delivered every even
ing at your door at 10c a week.
MORE HELP NEEDED.
Chlldrwa. Wlthoat Clotbea la Webraaka
The W. R. C. of Buford post. 24S.
G. A. R-, is notified by tbe Grand
Army posts of Nebraska that in the
distribution of clothing and other
supplies among tbe destitute in con
sequence of the drouth, many of
the rjchildren of old soldiers have
been neglected, and as a result many
are barefoot and otherwise pitifully
ill clad. The Relief Corps has been
appealed to for help,, and the
kock isiani Drancn, and has de
cided to solicit clothing and shoes,
and to accommodate all who may
have such articles to offer, a commit
tee will be on hand at Buford post
headquarters Friday morning, and it
is earnestly desired that all having
clothing or footwear to spare will
leave it there at that time. Let
Rock Island, whose spirit of gener
osity and humane kindness and sym
pathy bas been frequently tested of
late, again respond liberally to the
appeal of the local Relief Corps.
7 A .-w
One that yon can keep clean all
the time a collar that does not
wilt when you get over-heated ;
that does not fray on the edge, o
tear out at the buttonholes, and
can be cleaned by simply wiping
off with a wet sponge or cloth.
These collars and cutis are made
by covering linen collars or cuffs
on both sides with waterproof
"celluloid," thus Riving strength
and durability. They are tie only
waterproof goods so made, and
every piece is stamped as follows:
Ask for this, and refuse to take
any imitation if you expect sat
isfaction, it your dealer does net
keep them, send direct to us, en
closing amount, and wc will mail
you sample. Collars as cts. each.
Cuffs sorts, pair. State size, and
whether stand-up or tunicd-down
collar is wan
THE CELLULOID CO,
The Regular and Reliable
Cures permanently the eaaea be undertakes, and
'end the incurable home without taking a fee
mm them. This Is wcy he continue his viit
year after year, while other rpecialists have nude
a few vtnitr and ceae to return.
An eminently mcceasfn I Specialist In a'l chronic
dl -eases, proven hy the mmny cures effected in
chronic cas. , which had baflled the skill of all
other physicians, will be at the
Rock Island House
Rock Island, 111.,
Thursday, March 7, 189 5.
(One day only) and return once every 28 days.
Office Hocus 8 a. m to 7 p. m.
Ilia tlStfnt'! nvn-rlnnf. a.J : . .,
have mill, him in nvnltrlm.t that Km - - J
locate a disease In a few momenta.
Trran all cnrable case of Catarrh. Kose.
Throw and Lung d'sease. Eye and Ear. Stomach,
Liver and Kidney. Gravel, Kheomstlrm. Paraly
sis. Nerlia, Nervous and Heart dlaeares.
Blood and bkin dlrease, Brigbt'a disease nd
Consumption in early stages, diaeaaea of ibeB ad
der and Female organ.
A never failing remedy for Big Reek.
Zverv esse nf Pvt.vs V. mwA T.
(naranteed cared without detention from beat
aes. Sexual weakness and Private Dis
eases a Specialty.
SvPhllH. Gonorrhoa. Btrlotane. ftleec Snems.
torrh e. seminal Weakness. Lost Manhood, and
tbe effects of early vice or excess, nroducrr s;
Emissions. Deiillty, Nervousness. Disxinee
Dcfectiva Memory, etc . wb'.ca raiaa mind and
tooy, roerriraLT ciaao.
Perfected to old rar which have beea neglected
eruaakillfaity tree'-ed. sto ezrterim.nta or fail
area. e nacertake ro IneuraSie cases, cat tare
thousand givea up to die.
Consultation FREE and Confidential.
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ITS Oakwood Boihrvard, Chita .-o. 111.
Reference Gohe Bank of Cticago.
a A1 11
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"AND YOU RUN NO RISK."
HANDSOME CsVTALOOUS mil. tMPCCTICMI M1HTU.
McCABE BROS.. Agents for Rock Island.
1720, 1722, 1724, 1726 and 1728 Second Avenue.
The New Shoe
Just received for ladies.
Made of the Finest "Royal Kid"
Patent tip and long pointed
162? Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
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
he ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
SSri" ,..?.;.?! 'f"
flL KllHOICi. siinuikea
by Hartz Ullenreyer, SU1
Call for Rock Island
Brewf ngr Co. Beer.
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DEW W GOODS
CAST BB SEES! AT
E. F. DORN,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND ATE
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