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Ase ball tomorrow.
Tbe council meets in adjourned session
Mrs. Taii Mitchell and children are at
ipirit Lake. Ia.
J. C. Adams and wife, of Chicago, are
"Biting in the city.
Benjamin Whitsitt, of Preemption,
was in the city today.
Mrs. J. G. Junge and children are
neitinsr. at Wiaver. Ia.
Attend the acnul picnic of the German
Luthern ccurch tomorrow.
"Wanted, two messenger boys at the
Wtsierii U-iou telegraph office.
Mrs. T J Bsipin and children have
tone to Bt Louis on an extended visit.
Tomorrow's girne promises to be a
jtod one and a large crowd is expected.
Mr and Mrs. C. E Hawley, of Topeka,
lac, are visiting old friends in Roek
The hock and ladder truck of the cen
)ni enc r.e h use is being touched up by
Wanted to rent, a house with about six
f rem rooms. Apply at Rock Island
The Gcrcan Lutheran church have
fceir annual picnic at Hincher's garden
A large lot ol new point D'Irelasd
3acs just placed on sale at MCabe Bros'.
The greatest craze. Point D'Ireland
ke. A big new iot received on Satur
day at McCabe Bros.
".tac! the- German Lutheran picnic to
orro aI3iLi Lvr's grde!i. The picnic
aloses at 7 p m.
Mrs. F. C Hemenway and two chil-
drn"!eft St& morniug for a few days
"Rift to friends in Rockford.
Mr . Charles McBLugh and daughter
re visiting relatives at Tiskilwa. Mr
ScHugh spent Sunday there.
Mrs L A. Buford and the Misses
Juford and Mre. C. Lynde leave Wed
aesday for Franconia, N. H., to spend
George Lutz and Pauline A. Beies-
wenger, of Rock Island, were made man
aid wife on Saturday, Justice Hawes
orrforming the ceremony.
The cars on the Tower line have com
jsenced running around the new loop via
Third avenue from Seyenteenth to Nine
It eath to Second avenue and Seventeenth
P. L Mitchell and daughter, Mr
lary Wadsworth, leave this evening for
aampoa, K. H , and will spend the
jrsnsmer tLere and at other points in the
Business is flourishing at the Wesu ra
Caion Te.Lprapn effloe to such an extent
Jfcat two new rxossenger boys were put
n tti nomiog. They will be uniformed
c a few djs
uac srt oi i cent remnant s:lk ann
rciwti sa:e wn:cn was started tnis more
ls at s C'Ct at McUabe Bros . was as
jorild b-ve been expected, the greatest
irawicgcard of the season.
CMCB. Ai Gjnunc and John Broom
lafl have gone to Pittsburg to atteni
eosreatioa at the window las
oteri, io t.t held Jul; 15. They have
Aatted early, so as to visit friends and
x-V..v in InU ana while away.
The excursion to the tumfe-t at Du-
15ui(ue. hp'.ken of elsewhere, promises to
t quite an event. About 4l) lurne
rom here wiii attend, including a cia?s of
'.vyoncg .: m and 16 sint,'er. A uum
cr ot ciI'.Zjds havj advanced sufficient
money to Lave Bleuer's full band go
nlonc, wh.ci. is a very enterprising move
The b mestead of the late Mrs. Maria
"3. Hayes, on Second avenue and Ttnr
x-ecth Street was soid on Saturday after
oon. it was bid in by J. S. Gnmore
Jcr Mrs. Ben T. Cable for $3 S27. The
property is BOzlSO feet and is a flue loca
won. ine sale oi tne traction of a lot on
which is situated a barn in the rear
:ar c onca muse Belonging to
Louis Octs and situated at Twelfth and
jtiauy streets, Uavcnport, was left last
.aight sinneiitg blocked up preparatory
putting a foundation under it, and about
MO o'clock last night it collaps
xrarcely one brick being left standing
another it will be almost a total loss
ing valued ft 86,000.
PnsdsDt Louderback, of the street
jilway company, is arranging for
iormtl opening of Black Hawk Inn
Ae Watch Tower next Thursday even
ausi T'natil 10, when the mayors and
ather city officers, the common coun
cils, the neads of the business associa
Jions and a number of other represent
ativj cit zens and the press of the three
sties will be the guests of the street
jailway company .
As tar f b the rail to be used on the
Used ia Millions, ef Homes 40 Years the Standard
bluff is concerned The Argus would
much prefer tram, f the company will
consent to use it, but if the company
insists that it will only make the exten
sion with the priv lege of using T rail,
then we say, let's 1 ave the road anyway
The advantage of tie line is more to the
ty than the kind of rail to be used. A
committee has been appoined to leirn de
finitely the compat.y's wishes. It should
settle that question At all events the
council should p .ss an ordinance that
wili give us the rotd.
A special excur: ion train over the C ,
M. & ht. P. will 1 ?aye Davenport at 4:30
m. on next Saturday, July 16, for the
district turnfest of Dubuque, and will
eave on the returr. trip Monday morning
at 5 o'clock. A fare of S2 50 for the
round trip has bee i arranged and tickets
can be secured a' Woltmann's jewelry
store. Turner hall, or of John Ohlweiler
All who intend g( ing should purchase
ickets as early as possible so that suffl
cieutcars can be a -ranged for.
To Whom It May Cobi etn:
My wife, Mary Kay, having left my
d and board, I will hereafter be
responsible ior m debts contracted by
John C. Kay.
July 11. 1892
The Mexican Kleciion.
Cm of Mexico, July 11. The elec
ions have resulte 1 in an overw Lelmniug
victory for President DihZ. There was
virtually no oppos.tion .
Paris. July ll.--Ravachol, the French
arnachist, was ese 'uted this morning.
Catarrn ian": Ik- Cared
witn iocs; appuca ions, as tney cannot
reach the seat of t le disease. Catarrh is
a blood or constit itionsl disease, and in
order to cure it ycu have to take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh cure m taken
internally, and ac s directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is no quack medicine. It wa pre
scribed by one of the best physicians in
this couutry for yrars; and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, scting directlv on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing
catarrn. bend to-testimonials free.
F. J. Chksky & Co., Props.. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists price 75c.
Have on Rsad
How Mr. W. D. Ven'z of Geneva, X. Y
wa cured of the severest formof dyspep
star tie savs evrrvthinc he ate seemed
like pov.ring melteilead into his stomach
Hood s SarsapariiU effected a perfect cure
r ull particulars w:il be sent if you write
C. I. Hood & Co- Lowell, Mass.
The highest pra se has been won by
Hood's Pills for tl eir easy, yet efficient,
What the Hon. Ge-orse G Vest says in
regard to ttie supt riority of the Hirsch-
btrg s i.iamond an 1 non-changeable spec
"I Hm usint; felases which I purchased
from Prof. HirschOerc and they are the
best 1 ever tried; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschberg
as an excellent op iciao, and his glasses
are simply uneqm.licd in rot txo"rience.
G. G. EST . '
These spectacle- are for sale by T. H.
Thomas, aere-nt tor Rock Island.
Th i Ladies.
The ple-a-ant Llleut and perfect safet
witn wmch ladies tnav use tne I'aiilornia
quid laxatix-e- Svrup of Figs, under all
conditions, makes it their favorite remedy
To get the true aid genuine aritcie, look
for the name of tt.e California Fig Syrup
L .. printed near he bottom of the pack
Attend the gam-' tomorrow.
Coughing leads to consumption
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at
ror oeauty, toi comrort, tor improve
men, of the comi lesion, use only Poz
. ini s 1'owJer: thitre is nothing euu a 1 tt
1 o call your at tcntion to a few facts:
Your eyesight is priceless the eyes need good
cart : improper spi -tacics are n MrkMU.
should iot trust yoi.r eyesight to irresponsible
peuuiers oi uncap sot ciacies.
H D FOLSOM
I- a Practical Optic an. ai d will tao pair. t
properly fit your eye for every defect of vision
anu will gnarautrc a perfect nt LB every caee.
I Ml prml WmiM fltetiart: rra-i t 1 I iryhn. thsr 1 a '.-- o" vWto
If the lines in tt is diamond figure do not
appear equally b ack in all the different
meridians, it ind cafes a detect of sight
.hat causes nervo' is beau-ache and should
be corrected at or ce. Eyes tea ted free.
H. D, FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
ROCK ISLASD CotTHTT, )
In the C ounty Court of paid Rock Island County.
in the matter of the : ' of I he Northern
Mining and hailway "roajpiny. I'et.tion b
j homa 8. Silvis, assigaee. to fell resl estate
Notice ia hereby given that under the died of
a- assignment made by said i he Nu:tbern Mining
an i Railway company to Thomas S. Silvis as as
signee, and by virtue of an order of said connty
oun euieren in tne above -nti'.leil proceeding on
he 1 1th day of June, A. D. I. said Thoxas 9.
ilvis, assignee as aforesaid, shal on Saturday.
sixth day of Amci. A. U l-?i. commeneiinr
at the hour oi 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the
north door of the court house in the city of Ro-k
is. ana :u sa, J Hock Is ami county, sell toiretber
s au entirety, at public vendue to the highest
idder for cash in hand, al tie right, title and in-
erest of cud Thomas S. ?i h i?, asafeoee of said
The Northern Mining and Railway company, in
ana to tne nunme, plant and prone .-ty of said
company, to-wit: The land conveyed to said
railway company by Bail-y Davenport, by nil
deed of April i. 15. recorded in the office of the
recorder of deeds in said Rock Island county in
olume 76 of deeds at page 318 thereof; the and
neyca to saia rauway company oy ba :ey uav
npon. by his d el of October 4, A. D. !S4. re
rded in the office of eaid reeortipr of deeds in
olume 79 of deeds at naee thereof: -he land
onveyed to said railway c mnanT by John Georse
lUmer and wife, by their deed of October 3. A. 1J.
recorded in said recorder's office in volume
9 of deeds at page BO thereof ; the le iseholii inert.-!
derived by said coiimanv from J. eieorge
riamor nml-ir leae bearing date September 40, A
l). 1"S4, exhibit A. to eaid petition: the lease hold
.merest derived by said mains companv
from said J. Georee Hamer by" his lease
May 11, A. D. 1B8S, exhibit B. to said
petition; The case-hold intersst of said
omp.inv ilcnvcl under the lease from Caar es
Korb of September A. u. l-4. eshili I C. to
said petition; the lease-hold intercr of said
ompiny desired by said company from
Charle J. e'olson nv lease of September
vin arm r.'ih. A. u. l1. exh'.b:t U. to sai.i pt-
ition ; the riahi of v and interest derived by
said company from George Henry Utile! under
his deed of September 9th and 12th, A. I). IStM.
exhibit E, to said petition : the right of way am
miereei uenved oy taw coarany iron j. m-aut
byh.sdeciof eeDteaatrerlL lvt. and Uecemb
10. 18S4. exhibit Y. to . aid petition; the l. a- -hold
interest derived under the leases of Aneoel :th
A U. l'VU an 1 of March 1st. A. D. 1SB. made by
Mla(,laspev, exhibits ; and H to said petition
t'ue k-ase-hold interemt derived oncer the leases of
Anirust A. I) lsiJ and March 1-t. A. L). lt4
rna'ie by Susan C. Plaas. Exhibits 1. a-.d J. it
said petition : the lease-hold interest derived by
sai'i company anaerihe leases oi reter tHteiiuani
r Aturnat 90tD. A. u. I88U ana Jtarca ist, a. u
IS and September 3d. A. D. 1"1. exhibits K
and L to said petition: the lease-hold interest de
rived by -aid company under tne lease of Febru
ary Stn. a. 1). 188t made by John S. Petersoi
exhibit M to said oetition : the lesse-hold interest
of said mining company derivtd under the lease
trom h-mmo Biaant .if rbruary S'R, A u. isb.
xb'.bit . ro said petition; the lease-bold interest
derived by said company tinder the lease from
loan Anderson and samuel Johnson oi govern
ber 10 h. lsss. exhibit o, to said petiti )n; the mm
in: shafts situated on t aid premises, together
with the machinery, buildings ana appliances for
the workins of coal thereout, including the fol-
wing. to-wit : 1 blacksmith -hop. forge, bellows
and tools : t old Cameron steam pump and 4 old
Morthwetern steam pn ips; 1 o.d eteam engine:
1 tool hou-e ; 1 miners wash ho
forty-horse power tem engine; 1 hoisting te
wire cable and 4 cages; 1 boiler-feeder, ard steam
and water connections: i boilers and smoke
stacks; 1 set dies for cuttinz sipe; 1 erind stone
1 wheel barrow ; l engine house ; 2 6 ton scales ; 1
a ton scale; 1 lot propps; 1 old crtlling machine
90 mining cars;l Cope A Haxwell steam pump: a
iot of iron T tj'i at.d used tor tract in -:u mine
derrick, dumps, trestles, screens, achates and
bn'ldini: at and about said shaft ; 1 brn : S Souses
lo tl-i. m dump cars and two miles niore or lesa of
ram ra-.iwav. extending irom sai.i mines to tn
"hiciso, Milwaukee A Panl railway ilisaid
latifis, preni se and prvpi-rty :ein? tt-.ose part tea
arlv and at lartre described and referred to a:
constituting said mining plan: -n said petition of
i bo mas s. Mlvis. aas-enee. r. ed :n said court oe
the Mh da May. A. D . 1801.
Also, but separately and njt as a portion ot said
bove mentioned mining plant an.i property, all
tne tlgnt. f.tie anil interest sat.i I tjotnas s
Sdvis. asimee of sMd The Norl rn Mining ami
Rai.wav eomtiany. in and to tl. -e ot or parcels
r land situate in the town ot Hampton m sai
county, to-wit : Lots Nos one ill tad two (Si ii
ck six w and lot tour ,41 in bit k seven
A'l of said al-ove deecribed and tnen 'toned
ands. premises and property bemir situate ia the
ounty o: kock isiand and state oi iniro
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, this '.'th dav of
July A. I) 1-at.'. Tiioas S. Mlvis
Assi.nee of The Nortbtrn Minit- and Kailwav
Is as rood as the
first. No drecrs.
All pure and whole
some. The most
ponular drink of the day.
A perfect thirst quencher.
lont be deceived if dealer, for the salce
of i.irger profit, tells yon some ether kind
is "just as good " 'tis false. No imitation
is as good as the genuine Hikes'.
We are going East to contract for the manufacturing of our
Fall and Winter BOYS' and MEN'S
We have too
will help us out
We have to
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ot
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
A!w.ijs Oi: hind the flnisl brands of dofeftic
snd imported eiMn. All brands of tobieco
The icore of a'.l the ba'.'. trunc will be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
ISfS Second ave
many spring goods must unload. Reduced prices
Come and help yourselves to seme of the many
Good Values in
Prices vary according
to style of bandies and
1525 and 1527
FOCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premiuit
for quality. If yon want a good knife try one.
One need not be told whzta nice present an eletant Carving
bet like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
rn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal-and every one,
gaaraut-ed. lhese are all good things to buy at Christmas-or
any other time, tome in and see how much I have to show yon
that 13 useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave, and Twentieth Street, Rock Tsland.
our entire establishment.
LT Best Equipped Clothing
I and Shoe House in Rock Island Cc
Are being made in
Embroidered Hobs-s. et
Robes that were cow $4
Robes that were $9.
now $6. one-third off,
price of any robe.
Two or three months of
waTm weathur to
Can't we sell you some
of these goods?
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
124, 126 and 128