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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. MAY 10, 1895.
3. Over 200 Refrigerators AT. LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICE MUST BE CLOSED OCT IMMEDIATELY ...... Size 1. Price $8.25. W. S. HOLBROOK, Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street .1 M I rar nA Shx1 Cotton. From tlic cotton plant this 'jjr thread is brought to the highest point of Willimantic Star Thread Is acknowledged by the com patent Jtidms of tho world to lie the tel thread for nuu liineor hand Hewtim. All sewing niwhine iiiannfarturers use uud recomuicnd iu Ask your deulcr for It. Rend 24centa, and rrvHv six wpool of thread, nny color or nnmr. McMI-r wlih four hotihlu for your marluii. niuljr wound, and a hanuaome book aiiout thrvad and nening. free. WTLLIMArmC THREAD CO. Willimantic, Conn. WILLIAM EMIG The Fashionable Merchant Tailor lias the most replete line of new patterns in Imported and domestic suitings in the city. 1707 SEC031. HVEIUE. ilk! ilSlS p I. F. Eonyni Ji. ROSENFIrXD BJiOS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gaa. Fitters. House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Nat. l'.an JOB If M. PARTDOH. Painters and Decorators EAKQSSS, CALZSKXXZILS, etc SHOP. 119 Sevrctttntfc St., CCCS I3LAK2. ILL. VrvL.tm-rrt. wil jN A R A 5 FK foiHr ' er)ticipion r ibm- iIt, cr.: ; v- Kro wr:Uea .U.4 JOef LaaU j Bab. For sale by T. H. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent. Keck Island. 111. 1BP rt acuienrT A iit-uL. If. in of jcHiir anrt midd-at-u h: -ua:.d iri-riv n. Tt afitletfctjrnf or kMnanotia. I Vn-i:i tu-n, l'amts . Ljt'n: r-y druiw ard . of pmrcj th i n lraaa. ttitatuna om fir .ii:v. and rjiriw, k. quickly vurru Ly Drv Urta-vrs !pul.ll N,rr Unl.i. T.i.t t oi it. 1 t crt v v .'.nil t n duvan-. lul mr a'arrat NKKYa. HM aa4 i.L4Mt III IU li. H: r-. C l.irk 'M lck ,l.w ! jwlr r turi-it w ("IKiOF 1I TI v tb. inlimt. i f m.il. at.ao i-T bov " C fv tilth rllt-n CMrB.irr1.cmw haamJkhaMVTVm, frrnf, -f l t rcraajtacataaaf. iiwKtraa. For sale by Harts & Ullemcyer, S01 SPECULATION. W offer uprndrnk facilitasM to opOTtoCT Itux I or ruaII, for tnMiim.t m aBanrtiM la stocka. I TTaUSaStM- prariuoju. HviMC totter taMwsi rfT-1 nlarlr. civinc iixm rt cnBaMftarifU tdnon. AM-1 lrs rntTWaJ am om pm cC wmrmm. tar I book. MpwcmUllaati. or Hcna to Tt&-." maiW-rf I om rwwK of l mmt lump, VANKINkU! Size 28a wide 203 deep 44 high a DAVEXPOR1 Making Thread is one of the oldest occupations of the race. Thread perfection was never reached until : 1 . : r ti.n : . : r.. i perfection by the greatest skill, Uic latest improved machinery, ana tnc rtiosl scrupulous care. KQPPE, THE TAILOR, 180? Second Avenue. Ton tenewiB.n HKKRT A. PARIOOW RESTORE LOST VIGOR (race Tenrptn -plt RoJ with WRl r BJI Hro9 IV'h 'ifj. I ftfys:al f. wr in culvt . r r f. tuii. - frr , Vuh ? r t& frsti art-- tn cutout rlkw4 h aMtbcy. AJdf Ni P1IIiTfl;tr rsCTJlirOnftfj ad all a. Bauaaarrrcnuai.'k,tsaxac,acat 1 ark. Twentieth street. 11 W jj Haw yoaj 8uvBTlinaI1lSiuaaaOoravoloaaS Opota. AclmL Old l-irr-v riorn In Month. Balr raJliiai v nlr IWt aa i T M mlt Trai atr A IKaiaJ lUur proof a of estca. Caialalaiaia. lumucandalBamn agakyocpaBagJgaawaaaM SUBURBAN SIFTINGS. , MNLDI. JosLrx, Mar 8 Kin? Matthews has leased the hotel at Erie and moved his family there. Wasn't that a beautiful and mach needed rain we had Saturday last? Joslin creamery commenced tak ing milk last'Sunday for the first time tnis season. Tuesday last Mrs. Dr. Morgan, of Moline, cVne to Joslin on the morn ing train. She returned daring the Uar. Ex-Sheriff Gordon, of Rock Island, drove to Joslin Wednesday last. It is reported he is negotiating for the purchase of the Blackman farm. F. M. Walker, who rented his farm in northwestern Kansas and moved back, to Znma. has receired a letter stating that bis barn has been carried away by a cyclone. The mail train Monday last, going west, due at 6:40, did not arrive an til 4 in the afternoon. A boulder had rolled upon the track at Maiden Kock, Wis., which had delayed the train. The trade already spoken of as likely to take place between Mr. Frick and ex-Sheriff Gordon, 'of Rock Isl and, was consummated. The farm consists of 210 acres, the considera tion being $45 per acre. Moline property was taken in exchange. A sad calamity occurred to Mrs. Mary Mahana, of Erie. Wednesday last. After attending Frank Quade's funeral she returned home and was preparing supper, when she was seized with a fit of coughing and choked to death immediately. She was buried rriday last. frank Ljuaaes remains were in terred at Erie Wednesday last. There was a large gathering of peo ple and 44 conveyances in attend ance The funeral sermon .was preached by Rev. Mrs. Babcock, tak ing for her text the seventh verse of the 40th chapter of Isaih, "The grass withereth, the flower fadeth. be cause the spirit of the Lord bloweth upon it." As was stated last week. Key. ue Mundrum left for Tennessee. After arriving there he wrote to his wife that the people down there wished turn to stay, and be bad decided to do so. He ordered that she should call a sale of their household goods and other effects and come to him. She has decided to do so, the sale taking place next Saturday. W L'LTL'M IJJ PABVO. HOrTH HEIUHTS. Socth Heights, May 9. Miss Bet ty Irvin, who is attending school at Alexis, spent Sunday with her parents here. . Miss Georgia Ellis was not so well again Wednssday. The young folks indulged in a dance at John Paridon's Wednesday evening. Miss Jamieson spent Monday night at tbe home of Mr. and Mra. John Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. John Aster went to Clinton Tuesday morning to attend the wedding of their niece, Aliss Iten. The telephone at the residence of R. S. Silvis is now in working order. It is the first and only one in South Heights. Edward Hayes, Sr.. left Monday morning for Springfield, as a dele gate to the grand lodge, which is in session there. CORDOVA. Cordova, May 8. P. I. Corn stock, of Forreston, 111., visited here over Sunday. Henry Schofieldt and Charles Sal lows left Monday for their work in La Claire. Forrest Edditon and Ethel Cool are on the road to recovery from their late illness. Many of our G. A. R. citizens at tended the grand army meeting held at Clinton luesday. Mrs. J. (j. Adams has returned to her home in Clinton, after a short visit with relatives here. There will be an ice cream social given by the Willing Workers of the M. L. church at the residence of Mrs. E. J. Marshall Friday evening. If you want your watch repaired. or are in need of a pair of glasses, or wish to purchase a new bicvele, call on E. R. Hopkins, who will be at Marshall Bros . store V ednesdav of every week. ForV. A. R. Encaaapanent To lie held at Bloomington. 111., Mav 14-16, tbe Rock Island & Peoria railway offers a low excursion rate. Tickets sold May 13. 14, 15 and 16, ood returning May 17. Three trains daily between Rock Island and liloomington v la this route as follows: Leave Rock Island 4:10 a. m., 8:05 a. in-. 1:15 p. m. Arrive at Bloomington 9 a. m., 1:37 p. in., 9:25 p. m. Returning, leave Blooming at 5 a. m.. 1:10 p. in., 5:30 p. m. Arrive at Rock Island 11:15 a. m , 6:10 p. m., 10:45 p. m. R. Stockhocsi, G. T. A. Bhramattam Car a). Rheumatism is caused by lactic acid in the blood attacking the fibrous tissues of the joints. Keep your blood pure ana Beano v and vou will not have rheumatism. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives the blood vitality and richness and tones the whole body, neutralizes the acidity of the blood and thus cures rheumatism. Hood's pills are the best after dinner pills, assist digestion, cure headache. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. 3 F. K. Howard, to al, te Christ Protestant Episcopal churdi. lot 10, block 6. Atkinson's second add., Mo line. $1. Carl Bernhardt to Maria J. Sutton, part lot 4, block 12, Spencer's add.. Rock Island, $1,975. , 4 Osborn & Curtis to Ludwig Susemihl. part lot 6, block 46. Chi cago or Lower add.. Rock - Island, 200. . Lauritt Ziegler. by master, to R. I. M. B. L. A S. association, lots 2. S and 15. Belcher A Sigsworth add.. Port Bvron. 1225. Terry Fisk. by master, to R. I. M. It. L. & S. association, lot 7. block 3, Old town of Moline. $500. M. M. Sturgeon to J. L. Haas, lots 9 and 10. block 4. Twenty-first street add.. Rock Island. $1,500. Thurman King to Jacob Stewart, part lots 1 and 2, block 3, Stewart's add.. South Moline, $1,600. , M. M. Briggs to David Cramer,-lot 5. block 2. Briggs' add., South Rock Island. $90. H. A. Myers and James F. Myers to M. L. Broadbent. part outlot 24, sw 36. 18, 2w, $50. M. M. Briggs to Charles W. Tohe. lot 24. block 2. Briggs' add.. South Rock Island. $150. Clifford C. Lynn to Lucy M. Kin- ner, lot 1, block 5, and part lot A, Howard's add.. Rock Island, $1,000. Lucy M. Kinner to Amanda J. Lynn, lot 1, block 5, and part lot A, Howard's add.. Rock Island. $1,000. Joseph Boner to Charles S. Whit lock, ei se and w) nw set 29, 16, 4w, $3,500. Alice A. Keyes to James M. Wea ver, lot 3. aw 18. 16, sw, sj lot 2, nw, 18, 16, 2w. lot S, nw. 18, 16, 2w, and lots 1 and 2. sw 18, 16, 2w. $900. Mary E. Titterington to James M. Weaver, lot 3. sw, 18, 16. 2w, sj lot 2. nw 18, 16. 2w, sj lot 3, nw 18. 16, 2w. and lots. 1 and 2, sw 18, 16, 2w. 900. Henry S. Case to William Free- burg, tract by metes and bounds, 2, 17. lw, $2,50. 6 Edward H. Gnyer to Olof Swanson, nj lots 1 and 1, block 45, Chicago or Lower add.. Bock Island, $3U0. Thomas Foley by hers to George B. Spoor, part block 11. lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 8, 11 and 12, block 10, S. Brigham's add., Cordova, $500. John Farber to Kittie Wise, tract by metes and bounds, nw 28, 19, Se, $50. John Farber to Ida May Cole, tract by metes and bounds, nw 28, 19, 3e, $50. Ida May Cole to John Farber. tract by metes and bounds 29, 19, se, f l. Perry M. Cheeney to John McMee- km, part se ne 21. 16. lw, $300. Probate. . 4 Estate ot Alexander Hasson Inventory, appraisement bill and widow's award filed and approved. Conservatorship of Benjamin F, Lawson. Conservator's report filed and approved. Guardianship of minor heirs of Charles Mortell. Final reports of guardian hied. Keceipts and releases of wards filed and approved, and guardian discharged. Estate of Arnold Van Hoek. Final report of administrator and report of distribution tiled and approved 'and administratrix discharged. 6 Estate of Margaret Wilson. Inventory bled and approved. - 6. Estate of S. H. Velie. Proof of posting notices to creditors filed. Moanaea to Wed. 8 Carl August Johnson, Miss Alma Charlotte Anderson, Moline. Andrew Ritz, Miss Annie Ristow, Rock Island. 8 Charles W. Dangerfield, Miss Mary t. ho gats, moline. 9 Andrew Lindblom, Davenport, Miss Ida W. Johnson, Kock Island 9 "Henry Rien field. Rock Island, Miss Rose Sherwood, Washington, Iowa. August Van Daeme, Miss Elizabeth Steene, Moline. A Keaaatrawbto Vara. Mrs. II. B. Adams, 1609 Wabash avenue, umcago, says: "1 bad a scrofulous taint of the blood from childhood, which, however, remained dormant. An ulcer beiran on the side of the nose, having all the ap pearances of a. most malignant can cer. The agony of mind I suffered cannot be described as I contem plated the progress of such a malig nant disease. Finally I was induced to try Foley's Sarsaparilla. It ap peared to - neutralize the poison in the blood. The growth of the ulcer ceased. The diseased tissues in the bottom and edges of tbe sore seemed to loosen and the natural flesh to take its place. No part of the dis ease remains.'" M. F. Bahnsen's drug store atateaaaatlaaa Carad ta Day. "Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in one to three days. Its action upon the sys tem is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits 75 cents. Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Island. lorn Waanaa'a Claba. Cedar Rapids, May in The Iowa Federation of Women's clubs devoted the day to listening to papers by delegates on various subjects. Dabnqua was chosen as the place lor the next biennial conven tion and the t ollowlng officers elected: Mrs. Anna Belknap Howe,MarahaJltown, president; Mrs. W. H. Bailer, IX Moines, secretary. A Hoaaafaold Kartaalty. No family should be without Fo ley's Diarrhoea and Colic Cure. Per fectly safe and will give instant relief. Price 25 and 5Jc at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. BRIEF MENTION. Lent lard at Schroeder'a. Buy a bicycle at McCabe's. Cash shoe store Dolly Bros'. Louisville R. I. 6 P. trains leave 4:10 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. Dont fail to read Jackson 4k Hurst a ad, if too have money to invest. See Krell & Math's newill of tare at tbe Watch Tower with popular prices. Decatur S trains daily (except Sunday) via R. I. & P. Consult time table in this issue. Peter Scblemmer has moved his family in from the toll gate, and is again domiciled at 1419 Seventh ave nue. To Springfield Through coach on 8:05 a. m. train via R. I. & P; 4:10 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. trains also make equally good connection. Fine residence lots on Twentieth. Twenty -first and Twenty second streets for sale on easy terms. See adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at law. A special meeting of the King's Daughters will be held at the resi dence of Mrs. John Warner, on Mo line avenue, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. - The Indians and the Bogardusfam- kily, with Beveredge's circus, were much elated over meeting Eagle Eye, tbe half-breed citizen, with whom they were well acquainted. The Sunday train service which will be inaugurated by the R., I. & P. railway, on Sunday next, will no doubt be ot great ad vantage to persons desiring to visit their friends along the line of the road, as this now enables them to go and return the same day. Tbe News-Tribune announces that two hard sluggers who are at work for a sewer contractor in Muscatine quarreled over a game of cards and decided tnat nothing but blood would -smooth over the difficulty. so they are going to fight it out somewhere near Kock Island, states the paper, but whether gloves or pistols will be the weapons is not stated. Complications between the various government foremen and their em ployes on the Hennepin canal, near Princeton, have arisen, and the lat ter to the number of over 400 threat en to strike unless certain rules are adopted, ihe trouble broke out a few days ago when two foremen. James Simpson and peorge Robbins, under threats of discharge compelled the men to subscribe to the amount ot 30, which sum had been assessed against the two men in the police court lor assaulting various work men. The men also claim that part of their pay is held baek upon being discharged, and that they are obliged to take a certain part of their pay in orders on particular saloons. World' Columbian Exposition was of value to the world by illus trating the improvements in ' the mechanical arts, and eminent physi cians will tell you that the progress in medicinal agents has been of equal importance, and as a strengthing laxative that byrup of tigs is far in advance oi all others. Fiiysisos prescribe Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil and Hypophos phiics because they find their patients can tolerate it for a long time, as it docs not upset the stomach nor derange the digestion like the plain oil. . Scott's Emulsion is as much easier to digest than the plain oil as milk is easier to digest than butter. Besides, the fish fat taste is taken out of the oil, and it is almost palatable. The way sickly children, emaciated, anaemic and consumptive adults, gain flesh on Scott's Emulsion is very remarkable. Don't be prrtntadtd to aeetpt a ivttttltntr.' ' Sort k Bowrw, N. Y. All Druggists. 50c and $1. S I Is What it is named. It is not a dignal tt .bow that a bicycle la coming, bat an AID, rrcngniMd by aach rider a ft. P. Searie, woo Bay: Gcallrna I bc jnat Snlahad my e ond rcco'd breaking trip from Chicago to pew totk. 1 neea jroarlamp on all my . Diarttt ran, aometlme runnmc at a speed : of nf era milt per hoar in toe dark. I waa ot ly aale to aiako thi fat time by ; . the rp'endid light wh'ch I win etablcd tn . obtaia with the nseof yonr l-.m. I oaea c yonr lamp ocean I conaidrrrd it the be-t ; in the world tndaj, and it baa far ex i eeded my expectation Yonr, eery ; t-nly, B. P. Biaiih. Rnm or maorrT oererry other Lantern made: Ontral draft bora 10 ; boara. Barns kerosene cil nnaiix.d. : Fkun a'salately a-jaeiable (by ret ; screw ) Fi.kd ana ilgated from oateida. ; Sara DorraaV Biu. barked fhtna, aiiled clotbtat;. and nta a rid in a wbaa there ia ta mo.t lei -are a pleatare. DoaT a laerLTSD br karma; a chetp ; Laat-ra t tiered o which may poaare i poaibiy owe t harkctenrtir, but inrlat oa ; kaaiOK the Search Light, wuir will be : deliTered free, if roar dealer wont eaw. i plyon.forthprka.t& Circular free 5 addreaa ,,; t BRIDGEPORT BRAS3 CO., , - Bridgeport, Conn. FOR GENERAL. ' Ti BLACKING APPLIED AND APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH AeXOTrT POUSHED WITH A BRUSH Morsw Bros. Props.Canton.MBSS, USA. Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island. Model 40 Pounds. COLUMBIA LEADS THE SI ALL. Model 44 17tf Pounds. COLUMBIA, OLDEST FACTORY IN THE COUNTRY, Model 41 2VA Pounds. The Pope Manufacturing Co. compelled all high grade wheels to come down to their price, $ioo; will also carry a line of Hartford cycles, manufactured by the Pope Manufacturing Co., and Crescents, made by the Western Wheel Works the largest wheel factory in the world. CHAS. Mc HUGH. 1820 Second Avenue, - - - - Rock Island. Carriages, Harness, Laprobes, Whips, etc. YOU CAN ALWAYS GET THE LATEST STYLES See the ball bearing and rubber tire wheels on vehicles of all kinds. ' We carry all grades in stock and personally warrant all work sold either of our own or other makes. 119 to 124 East Fourth street MEN AND WOMEN OF GOOD TASTE "Stylish aid - Catalogue free. Oowatiixr at Jirrmur Mra. Co. Boston. Chiraeo. New York. Brooklyn. Detroit. Washington. Coventry, Eng. McCABE BROS., Sole Agents. J. T. I3IXON Merchant Tailor And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. SEIVERS & CONTRACTORS 1 All kind of carpenter Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street. J. SPILGER, CTbiitractor and Builder. Shop and Residence No. 8u Third avenue. QUICK ArTER-DtMaERSMNC Columbia $100 Mason's Carriage Works AT DAVENPORT. Easf RdodIok' 1720, 1722. 1721. 1720 and 1728 Second Av. ANDERSON and BUILDERS General JoVbtat; dona oa abort notica aad aa Olfaction gaaraatead - BOCK ISLAND area t TA.