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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 23. 1895.
S i I ! r "i I- i r FOR THE NEXT WEEK. We will place on sale over 10 Bed R' om Suits. These are all new designs and very pretty. We have them in Birch, White Maple and Solid Oak. These suits will be sold at less than anything ever offered in this city. W. S. HOLBROOK, Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street DAVENTORl Model 40 2V Pounds. Columbia $100 COLUMBIA LEADS THEM ALL. Model 44 Pounds. till! f- I --vggr"- Price $100. COLUMBIA, OLDEST FACTORY IN THE COUNTRY. Model 41 Pounds. Price . $100. The Pgw 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. McHUCH, 1S20 Second Avenue, - - - - Rock Island 1 w -' (I SELECT A LIGHT WHEEL. X 4mm IS V:. st GRACEFUL DURRBLB BEAUTIFUL Fitted viti. tl)c Great " 3. l Tires All Rambler Bicycles are Fullv Go arantefd McCABE BROS., Sole Agents. I i 1722. 1721. 176 1728 Second A v. and THE DIOCESE OF QUINCY. Episcopal MmitlM te Session at mw bars. The annual convention of the Epis copal diocese of Qoincy was in ses sion at Grace church. Galesburg, Tuesday and yesterday. The clergj present included: Bishop Alexander Burgess: Rev. A. B. Hill. Tiskilwa: Revs. Webb. Monmouth: F. K. Howard. Moline; Mayo, Quincy; Gould. Canton; Dean Munre, (Juincy; J. L. Whiity, Jabi lee: Dr. Black. Quincy: Richaad Mer cer. Davenport: Drs. Leflingwell and Kudfl. rvnoxville; Dean, hweet, Kock Island; Jeffords. Peoria; Hammond. Henry; Hewett, Kewanee; Kalfn and (iuion, Galesburg; Richmond, Wyom ing. The Bisnop'a Addteaa. Bishop Burgess" annual address, delivered Tuesday, was an able and thoughtful effort. It discussed the unity of the church in a broad and catholic spirit. It pointed out the difference between the Episcopal and some other denominations. The bishop contended that the his. toric episcopacy is an essential feat ure of the church. He felt that the joining of any of the denominations is not necessarily joining the church. The bishop did not doubt the final unity of all within the church. The Episcopal church will bear with all Christians as her children. He spoke of the catholicity of the Epis copal cnurcn ana described the church as the daughter and continu ation of the church embracing all languages. It has bodily and spirit ual connection with those who sat with the lxrd. The concluding part of the address consisted of practical suggestions to the convention, lhe bihop commented on the fewness of men present on church services. He contended that preachers should study the Bible and be expounders of this rather than of outside themes. The - address was listened to with deep attention. The parishes throughout the . dio cese, comprising 43 churches and missions, were reported to be active and progressive. There have been during lhe year 174 confirmations. The bishop told of his visits from parish to parish. Delegates to the general conven tion at -Minneapolis, Oct. 2. were chosen: Revs. C. W. Letlingwell, 1). D., R. F. Sweet, D. D., Walter H. Moore and S. G. JefTords: Messrs. H. A. Williamson, W. H. Boniface, Lucian Adams and T. B. Martin. Tuesday evening was devoted to a missionary meeting in which ad dresses were made by various of the clergy, and yesterday morning Fran cis Henry Smith, of Philadelphia, was ordained to the deaconate. The bishop conducted the services. Charca Extension. The report of the committee on church extension showed some fine improvements being made in the diocese. Grace church, Usco, has completed a rectory at an expense of f 2,300; Grace church, Moline, has finished a new edifice at an expense of f 2,700; St. John's church, Ke wanee, sjMnt on improvements; Bedford, 360; Trinitv church, Rock Island, reported an expenditure of $2,300 on church property; Macomb church has completed designs fur a line stone edifice at a cost of f4,000. The report recommended more fre quent deanerv meetings, and the deanery system as a center for mis sion work. lhe following were elected the standing committee for the ensuing year: Dr. Letlingwell, Rev. E. H. Rudd Rev. R. F. Sweet, C. E. Chandler, S W. Grubb, If. A. Williamson. The mission report showed a fine increase in contributions for the pur pose last year. The committee recommended that the board employ a general missionary, and this car ried. The treasurer's report showed a imiance ol f r.':j.US. The total re ceipts were $356.87. For mission wort ftiZ.K was paid, lnis was deemed a good report. The convention will meet next vear in the cathedral at Quincy, the third Tuesday in May. In the afternoon the diocesan woman's auxiliary held its annual meeting. The speakers were: Revs. Gnion. Dean Moore, Drs. Sweet and Jeffords, while Mrs. Cline. of Henry, and Miss Ho yard, of St. Mary's, read papers. Rev. R. F. Sweet, acd Wardens Ben E. Hall and Lucian Adams, of Trinitv parUb. who attended the convention, reached home this morn ng. They report it one of the most satisfactory in all respects ever held in the diocese. BRIEF MENTION. Leaf lard at Schroeder's. Buy a bicycle at McCabe's. St. Anthony's hospital benefit if r r m M BBa----aaaa-wBw i v y t -ELY'S CREAM BALM--a Pmmcm. Ala 1.U mwl laflamm Ik. tMre. K-nrr Tw. and mr e. tbe Kami I JL.V nation. Ileal.! MSijSaVl H. and t arr.1 f&Mtf&3 mum mm mm .VlOiaHt-J LUl ;- lietia-f at once for ull 1 At - w 1.x. l- Ao."t-j.. It it l-ti.-t.jr Aomrbtd. He, vntx-jaotcjDU bkimmkiom. a. i EVERY WOMAN 'mm ess is a reliable. ewath'T, renlatinf awdleia. Only I imlai OJ iBeparcMdruaaaaaatd MuN. V Too hut LA. Mai, fcl Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pilla aja ana.pt, mt cKaia In rcsalt. The rrtinl"t (Dr. TalV imrtiaa aTt gut ufrUfi, ai.iM. Aatac Fxai. U nniaa Ca, UcTliaJ, u. For tale by T. H. Thomas. Druggist, "oie agent. Rock Iland. 111. "WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES." GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OP APOLIO I orcl Hi a Cherished English primroses as the sweetest of flowers. But neither roses, lines, nor buttercups are sweeter than the month of that fair one who uses Sozodont daily to keep ner teeth wnile as tne driven snow. and her gums red as June roses. Adwartawa ln". SI. Lift of letter. anea"ed tm at ih poatoOcc bock i.tmna, nu, mm J n, i to night. Don't tail to read Jackson St Hnrst s ad. if you have money to invest. Large casks, suitable for cisterns. 300 to 400 gallons capacity, for sale at soap works. William C. Laughery and Miss Dora Bobke, of Moline, were united in wedlock bv Justice Weld yester day.. Tonight at Harper's theatre occurs the -Mother Goose" entertainment I for the benefit of St. Anthony's hos- j pital. Fine residence lots on Twentieth. Twenty - first and Twenty - second streets for sale on easy terms. See adv. M. M. Stnrgeon, attorney at law. Mrs. II. B. Sudlow has returned from West Baden. lad., Mr. Sndlow, wnose health has been greatly bene fited at the springs, having gone east to return in a few weeks. See the great Borani Brothers in their wonderful disappearing act and the unequalled Octavio king of the wire at the Watch Tower theatre this evening. Entertaining bill for all. In Davenport the projectors of ibe Davenport & Rock Island Bridge and Terminal company are meeting with .las-creat obstructions almost in the war of property-holders seeking heavy damages as they are In Rock land. I. V. McFlinn & Co's. wonderful trained ponies, dogs, liears, deer and monkeys. Don t fail to see the box ing dogs, Corbett & Fiizsimmons. The greatest performing animal show on earth will exhibit at the corner of lnirteentb street and riltb aveune three days only. May 23, 24 and 25 Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m. Admis sion to all 10c. Messrs. J. L. Haas and L. V. Eck bart went out to Buffalo frame yes terday and called on llenrv Z-iegler, formerly of Rock Island, whom they found very low from the effects of a severe stroke of paralysis. The many friends here of the former citi zen of this city will be grieved to learn of his condition, and will earn estly hope for his recovery. Tha Lata William t'blmaaa. The late William Uhlmann, form erly of Moline, who died recently at Cofvallis, Ore., was born in Saxony, and was about 48 years of age. Jn his native country he learned his trade of wagon making, and in 1866 emigrated to the United States. For a time he was employed in the eat. bntabout lSiObe wentto South Bend. where he worked at his trade for sev eral years. In 1874 he came to Mo line and was given a position in the wood department of the Moline Wagon companv, and shortly after ward was promoted to the foreman- ship of the department. He held this position until last year, when. with A. E. Lyford, of that city, and H. B. Burgh, of Rock Island, he pur- ciiasea me coast carriage and wagon factory at Corvallis, Ore., of which he was made superintendent. He went to Corvallis about Sept. 1 of last year, but his wife and family did not go until a'wut tnree weeks ago l.esiues bis wi;e he leaves four daughters and one son. Most of his relatives reside in Germany, though one brother, Anton, lives in Rock Island. IIoDmcrkcrs' Kxcaraloa. A rate of one fare for the round trip will be made for three grand homeseeker's excursions via the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and North ern railway. Tickets at this rate will be sold May 21 and June 11 to all points on this line in northwest ern Iowa, southwestern Minnesota and South Dakota, west of and in cluding Iowa Falls. Tickets will also be sold on these dates st above rates to points in the following terri tory: All points in Arkansas, Color ado, Kansas, .Nebraska, lexas, Wy oming and to a large number of important stations in Idaho, New Mexico, Utah and southwest Mis souri; also to Lake Charles, Louisi ana. Tickets will be good to return 20 days from date of sale and stop over will be allowed at pleasure. For further information call on your nearest railway agent, or address J. Morton, G. T. & P. A.. Cedar Rapids, lowa. R ban mat Hun Cured la a 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. A Woman's Heart ONE DISEASE THAT BAFFLES THE PHYSICIAN. Beadle. Leonard. Daring. ha Annie, F-wd. Lawrence, Harris. Kafna E, 1 ea. Dewrt c, ' I on;. E o. PicQcnan. Aaeero. A.le. William Crey, John, Kso-a. o E, ArifSih, Mrs tow. keek, l'hrtian, Limbrrt, Patrick. Marshall, W L, Bean, B J. irElJ."r.. Bj an. Xrt J L, Valid, O Gastare, roaxK.K Plot, Frans, 1 tedemana. Wt.hrlta, To tnaaro prompt ie'.trery. letters snoaM te ad lra.ua lo street and tiaber. Joan W . Pottob. Postaaetsr. Dacaratloa lay fcscarstaa. For Decoration day the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will sell round trip tickets for one and one-third fare for round trip for dis tance not over 200 mile. Tickets on sale May 29 and 30, good to return May 31, 1895. E. D. W. Holmes, Agent. .The Stary a Woaaaa wks Bail Mm Years, How Sao wi ( Vj. l.tr Aei art, x. J- Evening Aears.) Valvular dia of the heart has alwara h"ii roasMltrrd incurable. The following in:?rriew therefore, will interest the medical n.-uf.Ksioa, sines it describes the successful u-" of a nawrvatmeut for this disease. The iu;!.-ni is Mr, lieo. Archer, of Clifton. N. J, an J tliU publication by the AY is the n si 3ua:i.a made of the rase hy anr news pip;r. All phrsiciun consulted pronounced In- intieu: suflWinz with valvular diseaw ol ths heart, anl treated her without the sli'iti.it relief. Mn. Archer said: "1 could a w.tli across the fl-.ior: neither could I sro u; JUirj with mt stripping to let the pain in ii y en-t ana icit arm cease. 1 toll an awful c Kistrictma a'out mv arm and chest as h ij'i I K -re tied with rp-. Then there i) a (r: i')!f mis-- at niv right ear. like the a'xrj 1 l-. a'Iiin ' of sunie treat auiiual. I hivi ofcu turned expwliujr to sea some cr'it tri at mv side. 'L.-t Ja y." rmiinue.l Mrs. Archer."! w n at S-ii-iT' i Mas.. viilinir. and tnv in : Iter ah -J raan account ia the Sprint?- I EefntH'r. t.'llin of the wonderful e-i.-.'S ai",?l iiv tlie ne of lr. A illiams' in'c I'illt fir Pale People. Mv intilicr triz I in t try the piil and on ovemher 2 .'i I nt I b n-;hi a b tx and b?jin taking th:n, aa I I have tiken them ever since, ex ; ";t f r a sh irt interval. Th; tirt bix did nit sjn t bnefit m but I peraeverel. lr tue re.nit of mv relative. '.:-r ii-iiniiini on tlie aceon I bix, t mr nl'r t'l" n An lit mr ris'it ear c?te.l CTitir-r. I t'lt rijlit o;l anl tile uiitrei hit I u:.'l t f"l in mv chet ail ana erilu'lr diii';i.-.rcl. The lilsirl Iia ra ta vi-1 1 1 in.- fa.- lim and ear, which were eTir l -r.ikl of cjlor, and 1 ic.l well and st'inf i;iin. " M s n. t . h I b-?n trrjWe 1 with eia. tr':tis a 1 1 I in l ic'd him to try tiie Pink Pills, wit'i fr.'.'it luiat. I f"l "that ereryb.dv ol ill ! kn of my wonderful cure :id 1 h ei- i I ill it I hive foind s imcthin that h n ?'r n hi thi ci-.-Mt r -li-f." It-. :lliiin rink 1'iHs are nw invn t t'le p ihlic an unf.iilin; bltod l lild -r aa 1 a 'rve ri"f rcr. carinst al firms of w i!:- t a.-iinj frim a W4terv cn litiort of ths bVl or sYatt'T'd ii-rv-i.-tw fruitful rsuci of ra nt everv ill that 11 --li i heir to. Thee pilU are ali a ;:-cific for the tronlih. i?:iii ir 1 1 lem He., sach as nppreion, all finn of weakness, chronic r nlip;it:on, bjrins down pain, etc.. anil in the cae of mi-a will Rive s;-edy relief nnd effect a per manent cure in nil cae arising from men ml irrv. overw irk. or nrmn of whatever mm re. Th-' pills are sold bv all dealers, or will be sent post paid on receipt of price, (50 a box, or six boxes for $2. V1 they are never sold in bulk, or bv the HH by" addressing lr. wiinsmf Aieaicine Companv, bcUcnco tad.N.V. Tha Weather. Fair weather and slight!? warmer southeasterly winds. Today's tern perature, 72. F. J. Walz. Observer. IKsat io coughing around. Ton can stop it if you want to by using Parks' Cough SvruD. If it doesn't cure vou. von can get your money back. Sold by nariz uiiemever. A Hoaaebotd Neera.lt 7. No family should be without Fo ley's Diarrhoea and Colic Cure. Per fectly safe and will give instant relief. Price 25 and 50c at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. Xlrkla Plato Staaaa Holder. Send eight cents in postage stamps to C K. Kyan. Ass't ti. F. A. C. ft O. K j., Cincinnati, O., for this unique vest pocket stamp holder. DR. MILLER, The Regular and Specialist Reliable On res permanently the cases he undertakes, and tends the iccurabto home without taking a fee from them. This Is wit he continues h s vlxita year after year, while other specialists have made a few visits and cease to return. Mm CAKES JiYEin. .J SUN PASTE- FOR GENERAL L--1 FOR A QUICK AFTER-1 BLACKING APPUES AND APPUEO AND POUSHEQ wTTH A CLOTnT POLISHED WITH A BRUSH Morse Bros. Props,rsntoB,Nass,U SA. Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Bock Island. NEW PROCESS Gasoline Stoves, Favorite Gas Stoves, Gurney Refrigerators, -Ohio Ice Cream Freezers, - The Prince Lawn Mower. All of the above are the best of makes. If you are interested call and see them. Prices never were lower. Everyone guaranteed. SOLD BY JOHN T. NOFTSKER, Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth'St. Rock Island. 111. Carriages, Harness, Laprobes, Whips, etc. DR. MILLER, of Chicago, . An eminsntly successta) Specialist In all rbrr.nie dteae.'proveii by the many rnree effected In cnruoic case., nirn bus b.uleu tne .111101811 otber pbjslciant, will be at tbe Rock Island House, Rock Island, 111, Wednesday, May 29, 1895. (One, day only) and retnrn once every 28 dJ. Office IIol bs 8 a. m to 7 p. m. Bis bomiral exnerienee and ezteastye Dractiee have mad. him so proticlei.t bat be can aame and locate a aiaease in a lew moments. Tr-st all cnrable euc of Catarrh. Kose, i oroai ana i nnc a-seases. Kre ana Ear. atomacb, LlTtr and Kidneys (favel. KneDmatl.m. Paraly. .is. Ne.r.inia, Nenrons and Heart diseases. Blood and f klo di-easrs. Br cM'. diseaae and Lon.nmpiion in e.n, siagee, aireaset ol ibe B aa der mnC Female organs. A never failing remedy tor Big Meek. Brery e se of Pit.rs. eis rt.a. ard Rrrrraa guaranteed cared without deutioa from basr aei Sexual weakness aad Private Dis eases a Specialty. Bynhillis. Oonorrboe. Str'ctore. Oleet. Onenr torrb e. ftemloal Weatnew. ut anbo.d. and tre effecte of r 1 sice or oxeesa, prodocii g Emiton.. De llity. erronDe.s, Dias'nes. Urfretlye Memory, etc . which roias mind and body, PosmyaLT Ctraao. WOXDERFCL CURES Perfected fn old cat -s whcb bare been r egleeted ornnekillfoiiy treaied. No esprrim Ma or fail ores. We undertake do incurable caeca, bat care uwasenaa giTea up lo d e. Consultation FREE and Confidential. Address. DR. B. B. MILIIB. ItO Oakweod BooleTard, Chicago, IIL Beferecce Globe Bank of Ctlcago. sfcGclatie:. Wo saw mariat faaUttma as nniliii lara. r awall, far traHas a inala. ia snli, aniaaor.rorM.OBa. Maraot hstor aas ras- .larur. saviaa l.t Iiiatlal aeikm oa i iiisiiit of a A OO.Wll Or mt anl amialaa Oar .ar Baa le Iraoe." anil.S no. VAltsriMBLat raSaS B.iliaa.L.aaUsuaai. YOU CAN ALWAYS Mason's GET THE LATEST STYLES AT QqQQ WOfliS See the ball bearing and rubber tire wheels on vehicles . of all kinds. We carry all grades in stock and personally warran work sold either of our own or other makes. 119 to 124 East Fourth street - DAVENPORT. HOPPE. THE TAILOR, 1803 Second AYenne. WILLIAM EXIIG The Fashionabb Merchant Tailor -: . j Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported and domestic suitings in the city. 1707 SFCO't WIDE ROSEN FIELD BROS. j PRACTICAL Plumbers. Steam, Gas Fitterc1 Hons Heatine and Sanitary Platnhing. Basement Rock Island Hi Bu! Here Is a Chance CUT OUT THIS ADVER TISEMENT AXD RETURN TO US WITH FIVE CENTS AND RECEIVE A BOOK CONTAINING FROM EIGHT TO FIFTEEN PIECES OF CLASSIC MUSIC, BOTH VO CAL AND INSTRUMENTAL. Woodyatt Uu$ic House 1717 SECOND AVE, N. B. Or send us four two cent stamps aad we will mail tbe book to too. IflCEDU flMR, Real Estate Insurance. Buy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rents. The 'old fire and time tried companys repre sented. Rates as low I as any reliable company i can afford. Your Patronage is Solicited. . j Office 1820, Second At. I '3 Harper J