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Commencing at 6 O'clock P. M.
, .,A1L1ers.0s wisJfe to attend this sale will be carried to and from South Park
by the Street Cars FREE. Cars will leave on Nineteenth street, near Harper
House corner, every half hour Saturday afternoon. Lunch will be served free on
DESCRIPTION OP SOUTH PARK.
vminfr clinrlo "fi-rci
.""o 77, ctil fouumon; street uars run direct to the grounds, which will soon be operated by electricity, when
will make 15 minute trips. Electric lights, the finest School house in the city within six blocks, good store and Church convenient,
lnese lots will be sold at auction to flip liio-li
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u.0 luouiw. a tsuiUti ATA VVASiITUB.
How He Will Evade the Weodsa em
InJnariioB. The Head CobkuIV Po
Miiloa Met Forth.
The bead camp managers of the Mod
ern Woodmen have ceased to call the
meeting of the tead camp to be called at
Des Moines, August 13, a bead camp
' meeting, but a delegate convention, the
change being explained as due to recent
complications which have arisen the
McKinnie injunction for instance. The
recent circulars denominate it " a delegate
convention" of Modern Woodmen. So
iu authority can be no greater than that
of the delegate convention at Rock Island.
Circulars bave also been sent out by
Root and his allies devising new qualifi
cations for delegates to this convention,
which are not provided for in the consti
tution or by-laws, and which perhaps not
all the delegates elected can meet.
The Lyons Advertiser thus states
Ilead Consul Root says that the In
junction had only been served upon one
director, and it Is simply an ex parte pro
ceeding to advertise the plaintiff, and is
based upon the representations of a dis
appointed officer whom il seems is afraid
to present bis grievances to a convention
to be composed of the members of the
organization. The injunction is inoper-
alive as far as preventing the delegates
assembling at Des Ioines Is concerned,
and it will utterly fail to deter any from
The bead camp has sovereignity of its
own, and an injunction to suppress free
speech and a free precs is as sensible as
to try to Intimidate the members of a so
ciety engaged in formulating and direct
ing its business, and providing tor the
interests of its constituents.
Mr. Root's Ideas are still further shown
in the following from the Elgin Ntwi, at
which city the office of thj Head Consul,
managed by the Ex -Head Clerk Kennedy
- It is announced on reliable authorits
that the head camp of Modern Woodmen
of America will be held at Des Moines
AUK. 12. notwithstanding til A ininnplinn
. ' prohibiting such action. In order to
arum service 01 me injunction the grand
officers will remain in Iowa nntil after
? the meeting. The Sunday Inter Ocean
; correspondent intimates that considerable
' sentiment has r.hnncrprl in Vlnln
- . Root tO McKinnie. Whiln it rimihtfoaa is
true that some who were earnest advo-
cates ol Hoot at first are now lukewarm
aeainst him. it does not fnlln thai th
are in favor of McKinnie. "Not that
-n tbey love McKinnie more, but like Root
Advertised List of l-ettersi Na.aie
List or letters ancsJled for at the Foatofflce at
laianu, kock laiana coanlr, Illinois
M alone. Jack
Mozinge, L W f 1
Porter, Juitta m
R I Bnainess College
Stone, F Arttat
Cuahman, Mr Battle
Iloke, Euffene B
Lew 1b, Mrs Louisa
L.JOD, W W
maii.oruau M'a Ueoreia
tnr a ni. tut iw t . -
HOWARD WLL8, V. M.
Who of us are wunout trouble be they
small or larcre? The hleanin nf haih
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in pain. A hacking cough, a sevnrk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
very troublesome; but all of these may be
quicaiy ana permanently cured by Dr.
Bigelow'a Cure. Safe and pleasant fox
uuuurou. jrrxs OU Cents.
TO ROSk 1SLAMO, I:
addition is . composed of Four Blocks, is high and dry, has fine well water, good drainage, good sidewalks, no wet cellars.
oil i l:4f4---
A Touch HoneysaeoBi n That or
Sim. Jfuhc 4arrlffn, or Sloliair-The
jiroon la Jail far Brutality amd the
Wife li las-.
It will be remembered that recently
Jesse Oarriga, a notorious Moline Span
iard, had a double knot tied in bis mar
riage alliance with Mrs. Adelbeia Eick
hoff, also of Moline. Garrlga's full name
is Gesus Emanuel Garriga,and the reason
of bis second marriage to his wife was
the fear of complications arising from bis
separation from his first wife which had
not yet been entifely adjusted on his
former wedJing to the present wife. Ac
cordingly a week ago Garriga and Mrs.
EickhoB! were again linked, but the sec
ond honeymoon seems to bave been spent
at a wash-tub by the woman, who was
soon to become a mother, and be in the
whisky shops and in jail. Garriga is a
Spaniard who cannot understand much
English, and is a dark skinned repulsive
looking being, so the Moline Republican
says, and that paper gives the following
concerning the way Garriga and his wife
spent their honeymoon:
Day before vesterdav his wlferlirl
washing for which she received sixty
cents. Jesse managed to get bold of the
money and at once appropriated it for
wuisay. as a result oi overwork lu do
ing the washiner while In a rtalfoatA
dition, Mrs. Garriga became prematurely
in, ana wnen nor husband came home
in the evening be found her almost at
death's door. Instead of summoning
assistance as a human being would
in such a case, in his drunken rnnrli.
lion he heaped abuse urxin hia wifo.
which helped make her in a worse
condition. The night passed during
which the suffering of the woman was
terrible. Some of the neighbors tele
phoned for Dr. Arn in the mnrnlno- hnt
when he arrived at the house on Second
avenue the brute of a husband refnaefl
bim admittance, but the doctor was not
to rte tnwartea in his mission to tender
assistance to the suffering woman, and
ne iorcea nis way into the bouse. Gar
riga, however, refused to allow anyone
else to enter the house, and he the wiiiln
cursed and swore and greatly alarmed
hia afflicted wife. This morning Officer
Geisberger arrested Garriga. The arrest
was made on an old fine it havinrr hren
suspended during good behavior some-
tning uarnga does not know, and be
will no doubt do $10 and costs worth for
the city. Mrs. Garriga is expected to die.
SsafaMS Can't ba Cored
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to core deafness,
and that .is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of mucous lining of the Eustach
ian tube. . When this tube gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
bearing will be destroyed forever. Nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness caused by catarrh
that we cannot cure by taking Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
HTBold by druggists, 75c.
Abi ValMrky Alcht firn ilun
Nelson Wilson, a teanster, was the
subject of two visitatiot.s of bard luck
last evening. About 7:30 o'clock his
barn on Sixteenth street and Fifth ave
nue was destroyed by fire, entailing a
loss of 1 100, and owing to the delay in
getting water on the burning structure.
4he Rock Island rink building across
tnttn avenue came within an ace of go
ing with it.
Less than an hour later Mr. Wilson's
team got away from him on Elm street,
near Seventh avenue. Mr. Wilson is
employed by Atkinson 4; Oloff. and his
wagon was loaded with bi ick. The team
dashed down Elm siree; to Moline ave
nue, and barely escaped llr. Geo. Schnei
der's carriage in which-several ladies
were seated, as it spun around and started
west. The wagon was overturned and
smashed to smithereens, and the load
came down "like a thousand of brick."
The team continued its flight west to the
middle of the block between Twenty
fifth and Twenty-sixth st -eels, where one
of the horses fell and the maddened
beasts were captured. Ooe of the horses
had a leg injured. .
MeleetlBC the Cireat Klfle Team,
In the rifle contest Wednesday between
members of the First and Second brigades
for places on the State National Guard
rifle team, the fourteen hi ghest scores were
made by five members of the Second
brigade and eight members of the First.
Out of a possible 200 atUOO, 800. 500 and
600 yards and skirmish the following
scores were made: Private Aiken. Com
pany F. 1st, 141; Private B. F. Williams,
Company E, 6ih, 133; Lieut. Barrack.
Company F, 8th, 126; Msj. Cook, , 3d,
121; Private May, Company G, 8ih,
121; Capt. Brown, Company A', 1st, 118;
Col. Ingalls, 4th, 117; Lieut. Shields,
Company H, 6th, 117; Sergt. Dawson,
8th, 115; Mai., Brown,; 1st,; 114; Capt.
Tolman, Company C, 4th, 113; Lieut.
Trugstead. Company L, 8d, 110; Capt.
A. P. Tourtelotte. Company F, 4th, 109;
Lieut. Turnbull, Company H, 6ih, 108.
The competition was continued yester
day. Bee (jiettlaa Ieape,raie.
Publication was recently made of the
opinion of a noted Davenport bee keepet
on the manifest indolence of the bees
this season. Now comes the Democrat
and says a curious phenomena has been
witnessed in - Dave nport for the
past few days,' in a general invasion
by the bees of the .wholesale liquor
houses, candy manufactories, grocery
houses and other placet where sweets are
kept. They swarm it ; at the windows
and after loading up d part. Tbey wor
ry their lives out in a vain endeavor to
get through the glass of closed widows,
and are picked up by tl e shovelful every
morning. The drougtt has shut off the
usual supplies of thise creatures from
the clover and other blossoms, and they
come from long distances.
The colored barber v ith a dull razor is
often engaged in cuttir g scrapes.-
ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8,
eet Cars run direct to the grounds, which
The Crown dining ball, No. 1709 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
Concert and dancing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Ru
ber's garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in the week except Saturday
the garden is to let.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of f 200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
In the pursuit or the gooo things of
ibis world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
yt Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
ill claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
itomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price, 50 rents, of
A Sensible Precaution.
Though disease cannot always be conquered,
its first approach can be chocked. But nol only is
the use of a medicinal aafeKnarl to be recom
mended on tbe flrvt appearance of a malady, hot
a w ie discrimination shoo Id be exerciaed in the
choice of a remedy. For thirty year or more
Hoatetter's Stomach Bitter has been the return
ing wperinc for dyspepsia, fever and ague, a loaa
ef physical etatninv liver complaint and other
disorder, and has been emphatically indoraed by
medical men aa a health and Btaengtn restorative.
It la indeed a wise precaution to use tble sover
f inn fortifying agent and alterative in the early
taces of disease, for it effectually counteract it.
If the malady belong! i to that la rue class to which
tlila sterling medicine is adapted Not only is It
efficaciona, but pare and harmless.'
ttC SOLO bVau.
"-as FRtfARtD OT
"Wotice yo Eltcctrio Light Con-
Sealed proposals will be received at the city
Clerk's; office, Kock Island, ill., nntil 5 p. m. Sep
tember 1, 18V0. for llchtina tbe streets of the city
with electricity. The light to be of standard
I.0UO candle power, to the number of on hun
dred to one hundred and twenty lights, snspin-
ueu on air si mven ncuoni on poles or meal anna.
The term of contract to bo for throe years from
December 1, 1800.
Plans and specifications can be seen si tbe city
Tbe City reserves the niht to reject any and all
oius. nuBa.nr kukulkk. ctty Clerk
Dated Hock Island, 111. .Aogust 7, 1880.
DBOPOBAL8 FOR ORDNANOC srPPI.IE'
I Rock Island Arsenal, Bock Island, 111.. Juiy 10,
iohu. oeaieu propoeaia, in triplicate, will De r
ceived until 8 o'clock o. m. on MONTIAT AIT.
OCHT 11, 1MM, for furnishing dyed, cotton dock.
uiauuia, iimin, .iiv-r, guiu, aieei nn, orasa, iron,
copper and brass rivets and bars: iron, brass anal
copper wire: nai.s. screws, tacka. hrlt nnu
leather, thread, rope, dock, painte, oils, chemi-.
cals. naner . cleaning and onliahlnir fntriu -
files, etc , daring the fiscal year ending Jane 80, V
18U0. Printed list of supplies needed, with full f
insiracuons, stipulations, etc, can oe had on ap
plication to Colonel JAMES M, WT1ITTKMORK,
Ordinance Department, C B. AH Commanding.
.BVA" ' - . " -
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
THE NORTH AMERICAN -
Sayings, Loan and Building
la now prepared and ready lo make loans on
real estrte security at
6 PER CENT INTEREST
per annum straight. No premium required.
- J. R. JOHNSTON, Agent.
W. atcEirrar, Attorney.
OfflceNo. 1718 Second Avenue,
R CK ISLAND, ILL.
i The cheapest ever known-.
$2 25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to fnrniab Tils and Brick for
sidewalks and do general ba ailing. Offios oppo
site Bt. Joseph's chore-. Second avenue.
Telephone U86. T. IL XLLiS.
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers' Asstn)
Reduced Rates to all Points,
OKFICK in Adams Express Office under
j. Harper Hcmse.
" 80LB AGENT FOB
Tho Pops Mfg Co. 's Bicycles. Ladies and
Children's Bicycles aapeoialty.
' at atflflff rnBru" Ull I aaxaa
1 -i Krm"m itiwg
fLJ 'S. Mf ITH Mrnicai ri rrrsiTw .
f 7 - - - - . . lw,V
I helatf OHSJNtCAa,00 tSiSmU4
Uercer County Coal
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a 1 bom
S S Sold
g . 6 Bold
a . n
8 1 I t sold 1
8 8 80 4 Bold "l
8 - 6 Bold e 5
8 T sold 8 sold 7
8 sold 10 told 9
8 11 sold IS Bold W 11
8 13 sold 14 sold (- 13
8 15 sold 1 sold 15
3 IT Bold 2 18 g
8 ! Bold 19
5 81 Bold 2 "old 81 Bold
8 tS sold so'd 5 3 sold
Jg 85 sold sold J5
3 87 Bold 28 sold
8 t9 sold 89 Bold
8 31 sold sold st Mid
will soon be operated by electricity, when cars
Cheapest and best place in the paper for
"Wanta," "Lost," sale" and "Rent notices.
Only one-half cent a word. Everybody reads tbia
column. Try it.
CANVASSERS WANTED THREE or FOL K
young men to travel ; salary and expenses
paid: apply at 1308 Third avenue, fall between
sand 8 p.m. H- D. ENDY.
1VORCES SPEED1LT; Q,CIETLY. FOR
parties in any state. Desertion ; aU cause
Blank applications tree. Robert White, Attomer,
53 Broadway, N. Y. l-w'
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, boaahu sold
or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at 808 East Second street, Davenport.
WANTED TWO GOOD BOYS TO CAN.
vaas and act aa local agents for this town
and Moline. Goo I pay. Call at B.-an'a block,
corner Twelvth street and third ave.
FOB SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM
proTement on Elevator. Now in operation at
Htar finishing Works. 83.SS Hamilton St Phil ad a.
Pa; prosetTes life and limb; for fnll pcrticnlars
apply to . ROBT J. WALKER, Inventor.
TTT ANTED. A
I. an TA aiawanv
W Branch nfflcs. a
at ber own home, for the Fa-
mons Female Specific "Orange Lily"; a splendid
t innrani: wares wiu stamp, 1 ne Dr. Uoon
r uvau a
Inslitate, South Bend Ind.
a OTTTST XintlB Will V A TlTca nrmvi
-CX confinement; nnraing and all necessarv care
dnrlflff at ml nArirwt
Address Lock Box 19a, Dav-
PROFESSION AL CARDS.
J. M. BEAKDSLEY,
ATTORNET AT-LAW Office with J. T. Ken
worthy, 1783 Second Avenue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
National Bank Building, Rook Island, 111.
.. aw anrarr. cl.wai.hb
SWEENEY at WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Oatce in Bengston's bloek. Rock Island, IU.
McEKIBY A HcESISr.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money or rood
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell St Lynda, bankera. office in Poatofflce block.
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton'i
News Stand. Five eenU per copy.
DRS. RUTHERFORD A BUTLER,
GRADOATES OF THE ONTARIO VETE RN A
ry college, Velernary Physicians anp Surgeons
m ice: Tlndaira Livery atable; Keaideuce: Over
siers Baser?, market square.
To sell oar goods by sample to wholesale and re-
auiraae. we are tns largest manufacturers In
our Une. Liberal salarv naid. Famancat noal-
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising.
a ui nmi miiurew t
CEatTElBIAt MTQ. CO.. Chicago, ni.
ILOUI6 K. QILLSON & COM
proenred.'i In crease an other soldi era' claims
Pfoaecusad. Write ns aboet your ease. Booms.
Mrtropolitaa block, Chicago, la. ,
WM. Q. Kl'LPjD. D.S.
- OFFICE REMOVED TO
,. Rooms 16, 17. 88 and ,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA."
pHOTO-EN Q RAVIN G,
s -i DESIGNING,
T ' ILLUBTBATING.
J. M. aASPARD,
Library BuUdlng, Davenport, Iowa, Call for
astlmatea and see work before going to Chicago.
A Poaket Match Sal. Free to Smokeat of .
. tl - ' 1 aa aaaaari TEslSS
9 sold gQ sold ;
4 oid oid
5 . aold B sold
8. Bold - T "'d -
10 wld Bold
old " '
14 Bold 3 ld
16 Bold CS 15
18 sold 60
ld 2 18 '
2 Bold fe " "OW -
" " -
" S2 31
. 8 sold
own price and on
THE UOLINE SAVINGS BAKK
(Charted by tbe Legislature of Illinois.)
MOLINE. - ILLS.
Open daily from 8 A. M. to S P. If., and oaTnes
day and Saturday Bveninn from 7 to
Iotcrrat allnwetl on Despoaita at the rate
of 4 Hr Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
f 1 and Upwards.
6SCCRITT AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Trustee ia respon
sible to th. depositors. Tbe officers are prohibi
ted from borrowing any of its moneys. Minors
and married woina protected by special law.
Orr teas-: 8 W. Wbibxo t. President; Poav
Txa Skimhbb, Vice President; C. V. Hihbkwat.
Tni is: 9. W. Wbeelock, Porter Skinner,
C. F. Hemruway, J Silas Leas, O.H.Edwards,
.... Hi., . o -iiaH -. is, neator,
H. Hemenway, C. Vitztbam.
ps The only chartered oavings Bank ia Rock
F. II. Mm. re, rrost
S. i. tiiiTu. Vioe-I,r.,t.
E. U. Rr!t. 8-x-.
J. B. F1S1.AB, kta
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.!
FTRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDLNci,
DAVENPORT, - - . IOWA.
Perfect proteeHon a-iinst burglars, thlcvw
and fire with its fire and BurglaM'riKrf
Vaults and Safes. Is now ireruu-d to rent
Safes in its Vaults, with eithi-r combination, or
h-y torks. The locks of these sates re U
liifft-reiit, and undtr the rouirol of the renter
barb state contains a tin box in which to plaoe
vahiabk-s jut siieh avonimndations as are
wanted by Admiuistraiors, Ext utors, timni
fcitis, tapitalists, Marru-d or Single Women.
Fannors, Mvl..ini-s. Traveling Men, or
stnuigers, having viUiiaMea. Private retiring
rooms for tbe examination of rmpers, ete.
Safes In all sizes, ranging in prk-e, per annum,
from Three ItnUars up to Tliirty Iaollars. ac
rording to size aud location. Also, htorape
RiMHn for paekages. boxes or trunks. If vou
are going to travel, tliis is the only place of ab
solute safety la the tliree cities tot your silver
fn .,?'Jaluw,e Cl!:'r? reasonable.
CU Urnotf vulta whether you desire a
M. J. ROBXFS. CtafodMua.
After 82 years experience In teaching lastro
menUl alaaic, I will promise yon more theory with
less leeaous for tbe least money of any teacher in
ander onr supervision, given each Juvenile pupil.
Teacbera will aave money to order their Music
Books of us. One-third off of marked price oa
Sheet music to every ooe. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
We mak. a specialty of teaching inexperienced
teachers bow to leach.
Address me at 1406 Brady SL, Davenport, Ia.
' MRS. C. A. MEBKKER.
J. M. BUFORD.
- Fa- and Tlaae-Ma Oaasasaaa
represeated. LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
a arw as say leBable ooaa peaty eas
X pa iron aa- w asaiaVa-A.
a r a baatA. .
. lEOICATIO - .
Ira ixu-t. a brilliant inauu. ,k. .l ...
aaov . ail ptmntaa, f n U aud Ui-nMoraUana. or
aal.by .U hntsU-erajnrru.wsasakal fur a eta.
r . . r f",' . - . -
A. D. HUESiNG
-Real Estate -
Represents, among other imc-tr-f .1 a- i
known FirelnsuranceCompauics he
Royal Insurance Company, of E"ri it 1.
Weechester Fire Ins. t'onipanv ni V
Buffalo German Ins Co . Buffalo. N. .
Rochester German Ins Co . R.w.i .:i-r. S V.
Citizens Ins. Co., of Pitt-buri;-. P.
Bnn Fire Office. Loudon.
Tnion Ins. Co., of California
" Security Ins. C New H ivn, Co v.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. X . M ..t-.r.S
German Firelna. Cct,of Peoria. 111.
Offloe Cor. 13th St., and Sc. ci A
ROCK ISLAND. T!.!.
aus ikvxstd a-
which does its work in a t borons!: n.iW-
t3T"It thomnebly purifies the air ci c "
all obnoxious smells. For sale at Eiu:iS !-'
Pkicb 50 Cents per Bomi
ALL KINDS OF
done. A specialty of furnislii; lli
of Stoyes with Castings f -'
NINTH ST. AND 7th -VS
DOWNING BROS,, Prof
Sash, Doors, RISnds. Sidinp. r:'-rj
and all kinds of wood work fr
ElghUenthSl- bet fbird and Fon 7c
V ST KAaW - .IVU'E KnW0LS
Inl nenre rwiul 1. Writ. f"T urwit)
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