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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUL.Y 17. 1895.
3 A Coal Thief is pilfcring in your bin, that has to te overfed to its coal without digesting Majestic saves food and fuel enough in two years to pay for itself. All parts unbreakable steel and malleable Iron. Its heat can't escape. A quick and even baker. You can learn all about the Majestic Cooking Range at our store. H. SIEMOX &. SOU, Aeents. 1515 Second Avenue. ... ROCK ISLAND. ILL. LLQAL Eaecotor'a .Notice. E.UIe of Calvin Trucadale, deceased. The undertlirncd baring been appointed exes, trlx of thR lft will and tri-iarmnt of Calvin Trm-gilali!, la'e of the rnun' jr or Kiick Inland, atate nf HlinolH. dureari'd. hereby (." notice that abe will appear before the enmity court of Kock It-land county, at thr ortlci- r,l the clirk of paid coart. in theciTjrof Hoc Island, at the AnguM term, on the flnti Monday In Annum, next, at which time all terncn havintf cliium awtin.t ntd eatate are notified and reQet-d to attend, for the purpose of nnvinir the rnme adjusted. Ail pi'tHHis indebted to aaid fatate are reqnea ted to make Immediate payment to the under iKKHl. Dated th'a 14th day of Jane. A. O.. 189". CHARLOTTE II. TUCESDALE, Executrix. Adtnlolntrmt tr'a Notice. Eptnte .of Ueorge W. Swiler, Deceated. The unrterplitTied bavim been appointed ad m niKtrator of the ertate of George W, Swi.cr. late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be will appear before the conntyconrtof Kock Island count v, Ht the office of th clerk of said court, in the city of Kock It-land. at the September term on the first Monday in Hepti mlx-r next, at which time all persons having claims avainst said estate are notified and requested to attend, for the purpose of having the same adjnnted. All persona Ir.dchted to said estate are request ed to make in mediate payment to the uuder siiniuJ. Dated thle 3td day of Jn!r, A. D. 1895. T. II. THOMAS, Administrator. filfii J. BUS, t Real Estate Insurance. Huy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rents. The old fire and time tried company's repre sented. Kates as low as any reliable company can afford. Your Patronage is Solicited. . Ollice 1820, Second Av. Harper House Block. John Koch, Sr., Headquarters for AGENT FOK Ajax Ilicyclcs. BICYCLES MADE TO ORDER. A I'icyclo repaired with neatness and dispatch. 218 Market Square. Mrs. S. Smith, Mourning Goods A Specialty. 1805 Second Ave. ROCK ISLAND. -jARDWARE! Mixed House And Floor Paints, Lawn Mowers, Rubber Hose, Refrigerators, Wash Machines, Etc., Etc. FRANK ILL 1610 Third avenue. BICYCLE SUPPLES FIE MILLINERY and you permit it. A cooking stove be coaxed to cook at all, and dumps it is a downright robber. The Steel Range Boston Dental Parlors DOCTOR ITS. C. Sc DAVIT rROI'KIETOH. f : 313 Brady Street, DAVENPORT. Tolntrodnc; onmlJes to the public of this vicinity wc wl'', t ntll further no tice. EXTRACT TEETH FREE We make a rpicialty or tl e Ia!nlrrs Ex traction of T(c:h icd ALONE nse the wonderful local Ann nhctlc EXCKLSIOK which hi no bad effect upon the heart. We alo nse Nitrons Oxide, Chloroform or Ether, if desired. Wt d a!! kin1 of fcigh-cluM iHntijtry. making a apeciulty of the Correctioit of Irregularities of the Tt-cth aLd GOLD CROWN and BRIDGE Woi;K. All work guaranteed. Lady attendant. See Our Prices. Silver Filling. .....50 cents and np Gold FilllcR (1 and np Gold Crowns... ...S Sot of Teeih $3 Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Come .nd we 114. We can aave you moi?j Open Sunday for extracting from 9 to 10 a. m TEETH Without Plates. Boston Dental Farlcrs. Over Winecke's Tailor shop. 3:8 Brady trcct - - - - DAVESPORT, IA. He who has tasted a sour apple will have more relish lor a sweeter one. She who wears ordinary gloves will have better taste lor pood gloves. If you want good gloves rail at Glove and Fur store 1605 Second Avenue. la trie nnlv A-HoT!i. .w made of tannery calf skin, dong-o-la top, all leather trimmed, solid leather soles and between the outer and inner sole is a cement of cork and rubber equal to a cork sola Lasts and Looks Will. Ten Styles 4, 5 and O -wide. Ask Your Dealer For IL B. LEWIS CO., Boston, Mass. mm ho have reason to rrrvt fast I, Arm J abme? which b.ive left ui.-ro Nerr. F m c-a.lrTitr.blc. w.-ak frcni Mpht:y . locs.vi:hbdMi-'33orric.l?f VI w Varh-ocle, Ain.'phjr.J'l.t.i., -anaa ""- ii"thiri .pecctly .H.t.a . aaBBl curj in, j Mlm tfc- n,kW in TWWf oroM aa tl? tVondcrfu. Uomaa Kfmc4 Ner yttneincrvo lii-t sl J ct ei.oO . pvtMR; c-rristor J-'H' wtia wHtt.a mw mn mr rmnry rlmtrj. Oi:nxa tlif.K. Address tll Al. Ctlt.MicAI. A.rcr.r for V. 8.. I'iiWaffo, vr tui fyi l,uy it at tnc anssbx Uiwl Ik low. WotiUid 41 taius, KOCK ii.LA.ND. ILL, 1 PORT BYRON POINTS. Somethlnc Mure Almat the rp-Klver Camp Other Xewi. Port Byron, July 16. The de. scription of Camp Comfort in The Ak cus'of July 13 has some errors as to who is in the camp there. The resi dents of the camp at that time were F. E. Kojrers and family, A. I). Olin and family and Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Hall. "The list given in Tnc Alters included visitors who had called at the camp during that week. The above named families hare re turned to their homes and those oc cupying the camp at present are: E. It. Hopkins and family, J. Schafer, Jr., and family, E. M. Rogers and familr, J. II. "SwNher and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gates, Mrs. Fannv Fleming and children. Miss Allfe Scball and Miss Lucy Lawless. The name of the camp has been changed to Camp Harmony, although we un derstand that one young lady dc. dares that the new name will not lit the camp long unless she has some assistance in peeling potatoes, rolntm. Minnie Alldredge is visiting with her uncle near Erie. Miss Blanche Swingley, of Chica go, is visiting her mother this week. Mrs. David Zicjler, of Moline, i visiting with her mother, Mrs. A Hassen. As Kcv. J. W. Edwards was absent over Sunday there was no preaching at tno m. f.. church. Joseph Whitney, the well known river lumherman, or (irand Kapids, Wis., was in town today. Our former citizen. J. M. Burns, now of Hock Island, was in town to day at the burial of Harry L. Robin son. Our new baker, Mr. Handler, has commenced operations, and will run a w agon in connection with his bns. iness in town. Miss Vaughn, of Albany, N. Y., is visiting with her brother Will, who is very ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Holhster. - The Port Byron band is making arrangements for a steamboat excur sion soon. The destination is not yet decided on. The stone quarries of LeClaire are furnishing employment for quite a number of men from this side of the river at present. Dr. S. C. Plunimer, of Rock Island, was in town this morning, being called to see Mr. Vaughn, in con sultation with Dr. W. 11. Lyford. Owing to the extreme heat, or some other eause, quite a large number ot our citizens are minus their mustaches, causing in some in btances a very marked change in their appearance. John Zollinger and Dr. W. L. Straw have gone east, taking advan tage of the low rates offered the B. V. P. C, to visit relatives in Penn sylvania. Mr. Zollinger has not been at his old home, Carlylc, Penn., for more than twenty years. Miss Clara Zollinger returned last evening from a week's outing as the guest of Miss Daisy Sheppard, of (ieneseo. They were" camped near Angel s terrv, on Hock river. There are a large number of tents pitched at that point and more than one hun dred people in the camp. l.ev. K. . .Newianus and wife de parted this morniag for Toronto, Canada, to spend their vacation. There will be no preaching in the Congregational church during their absence. Sunday school will be held at 9:3 J instead of 12 o'clock while Mr. Ncwlands is absent. At the opening of the Sundav evening service on the school houe "rounds, theie were dark clouds in the west and every indication of a storm in the near future. When Rev. W. II. Newlardi gave out the hymn, ".Send Showers of Blessings," t ue re was an amused look on some faces in the congregation. The ser vice was about half through when the near approach of the storm ad monished the people to soek the shelter of their homes, and those who were most heartv in sinrinjr. Let some droppings fall on me," seemed just as eager to get in out of the wet as the others were. Nearly everyone reached h'liie before the rain came, however, and everyone enjoyel the tine shower, which was greatlr needed. Ilooil'a Cured Me. I have been troubled with the strangest feeling in my head for tbree years. I went to four different doc tors, and none of thm seemed to do me any good, but after taking three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I feel like myself again, and I know it cured me." Mrs. Nettie Herring, incbester, 111. Hood's pills cure biliousness, indi gestion. Don't Stop Hint! He has a bad attack of colic and is making for M. F. Babnsen's drug store after a bottle of Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea Cure 25 cents and 50 cents. Wban Baby waa ck, we ae bf Caatorak Vn abe Taa a CtuU, alia cnod fnr Csatorte, Tata abe became Sis, abe clung to OaaUafa, Whaa abe bad Children, abe gave tbea Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ! Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. MUNICIPAL MATTERS. Official Record of Yesterday Afternoon Inspection and Meeting. City Council Room. Rock Island, July 16. Tho council met in ad journed session at S o'clock p. m.. Mayor Knox presiding and all the aldermen present except Foss. On motion of Aid. Schneider the council took a recess to inspect the paring on Thirtieth street and look into the matter of grades in the Sixth and Second wards. On reassembling. Aid. Kennedy moved that the paving on Thirtieth street be accepted. Carried unani mously. (Schneider absent.) Aid." Schroeder moved that the matter of grades in the Sixth ward be referred to the alderman of the ward and the city engineer. Car ried. Aid. Scbrciner moved that the matter ot putting in drains on Twenty-sixth street between Fourth and Fifth avenues be referred to the sewer committee. Carried. Aid. Melson moved that the action taken instructing the city attorney to dismiss the proceedings in the county court in regard to the paving of alleys be reconsidered. The mayor declared Aid. Nelson's motion out of order. Aid. Kennedy ap pealed from the decision of the chair. The mayor put the question "shall the chair be sustained," and it was lost: Noes Snrman, Zeis, Juhuson Schroeder, Maucker, Kennedy, Gali .Nelson a. Aves Schreiner. Dauber, Schnei der, Penders, Tindall 5. Aid. Nelson's motion was then put anu carried iu to a (Schneider, Uau ber and rindall). 1, . " , . . . . aiu. xvenneuv mo veil mat the re tilion presented by H. A. Weld in Delia u ol property holders adioin ing alleys, be received and placed on uic. uarriea. Aid. Schroeder moved that a com mission of three engineers, composed oi two engineers uesiue the city en gineer, be appointed to report on grades in the First, Second and Third wards. Aid. Kennedy moved as a substi tutc that the grades as established by tho engineer remain unchanged Carned 10 to 3 (Zeis, Johnson and schreiner). Adjourned on motion of Aid. Nel son. A. u. JlL'ESiNu, City Clerk A Household Trenanre. D. W. Fuller, of Canajohario, N i., says mat he alwavs keeps Dr , . x. x. . niDKSiew discovery in l lie house and hi3 family has always found the very best results follow its use; that ne would not be without it, if pro curable. (;. A. Dykeman, druiririst Catskill. X. Y., savs that Dr. Kind's New Discovery is undoubtedly the uesi congn remeuy; mat ho has used it in liis family for ciirht years, ami it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a renie dy so long tried and tested? Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ullemcvcr's drug store. Regular size 50c and $1 IMI YOU EVEIt try Electric hitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be particularly adapted to the relief and cure of ail remale Complaints, exerting a won j . . ... . ucriui uireci muuence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, constipa tion, neaaacne, lamting spells or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan choly or troubled with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters is the medicine you a . . ncea. iieaitn and strength arc guar anteed by its use, Lartre bottles only 60 cents at Hartz & Ullemcyer's urug store BUCKLES '8 ARNICA SALTS. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapted ubuus, cnuuiains, corns ana ail swin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per i . . . . . - . . uoz. rorsaie Dy nartza miemeyer. Special New England Kicnralon via the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern railway. August 19 to 25 tickets will be on sale via the above line at one fare for the round trip. The only route via Toledo and Cleve land along the southern shore of Lake trie almost its entire length. through the beautiful Mohawk Val ley and tho Berkshire HMs, or via Albany and Hudson river boats if de. sired, or via the St. Lawrence river and through the White mountains. Stop over allowed at Niagara Falls and Saratoga, an'd on the return at Chautauqua lake. A splendid oppor tunity for vonr summer vacation trip. Full information on applica- uuu. iu. o. viiit-i. x. r. a., nicao. C. K. Wilber. West. Pass. Agent, Chicago. Take the Btc Four Hon to to the Knights templar Corfelarr. Boston, Mass., Aug. 25-31 one fare for the round trip marniticent sleeping car service, elegant dininf cars tickets gooa going Aug. 19 to 25'h, good returning until Sept. 10. with privilege of extension until Sept. 30. For full particulars call on the agent of the Big Four route, or ad dress D. B. Martin. Gen'l Pass. & licket Agt. E. O. McCormick. Pass. Traffic Mgr., Cincinnati. Righ Tariff or Low Tariff does not interest the individual who is suffering from colic or diarrhoea. What he wants and wants badly is Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea Care 25 cents and 50 cents. M. F. Bahn sen's drog store. - The Argus, only 10c a week. BRIEF MENTION. Leaf lard at Schroedcr's. Sunday, Jnly 21 $1.50 to Peoria and return. Conductors1 excursion to Peoria Sunday, July 21. One dollar and a half to Peoria and return Sunday, July 21. Camping grounds for rent near where the old toboggan used to be. Apply toC. C. Newburg. Capt. J. J. Parks, formerly of this city, but now of Wichita, passed through this morning on his way west. Hiram Rubey ami Mrs. Elizabeth Frazier, of Coal Valley, were pro nounced one by Magistrate Schroe der yesterday afternoon. Miss Ormsby has returned home to Chicago, after a visit with Miss Daisy Camplell. She was accom panied by Hon. W. C. Collins' son, Frankie, who had been visitin' rela tives. Capt. W. H. Oabbert. of Daven port, was stunned by a thunderbolt while removing a clothes line from a tree in his yard early yesterday morning. The lightning struck the tree to which the line was attached. He was not seriou-iy affected, how ever. Mrs. J. J. Rinhardson, of Daven port, died last evening at 8 o'clock, after a lingering illness, in her 53d year. She is survived by her hus band and one daughter, "Miss Belle Richardson. She was greatly be loved by a large circle of friends.and the sympathy that attends the af llicted family will be general and genuine. Do Ton Want a Farm In Tcsas, Tennessee. Alabama. Vir ginia. or any other state? If so, the Big Four" route can help yvu to secure valuable information in re gard to lands for farming, nianufac turing. mining and home purposes Descriptive pamphlets will be sent on application, and lowest rates quoted for passengers and household goods. We want to help you lind a pleasant home, and sell you tickets wnen you move. t rite to D. B. Maktix, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agent. E. O. McCormick, Pass. Trallic Mgr., Cincinnati, O. KbeumalUm Cored In a Oar. Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in one to three days. Its action npon the sys tem is reniaritaoie and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose nrcatlv benefits 7H iint Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock isianti, anu ti. sciiiogel & Sou., 220 . Second street, Davenport. Hard Cual Markf.t- Hard COal is chennnr now limn it has been for many j-cars, and this is the best time to lav in vnur a-lntnr'a supply. Call on E. G. Frazer for r-rti. I- ,nl,.m U . rt i I For Over Klfiy Years Mrs. Winslow's 'Soothing Syrup has oeen useu lor cnuiiren teething. It soothes the child, softens the iruins. allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy fr diarrhoea. twenty-nve cents a bottle. From LaGrippe. How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored One of Kentucky's Business Men to Health. fr i, 1 1 V PJo DISEASE has cvrr presented so many a i peculiarities as LaGrippe. NodLcase leaves Its victims so debilitated, useless, sleepless, nerveless, as LaGrippe. Sir. I). V. Hilton, state au nt of the Mut ual Life Insoranro Co., of Kentucky, says: "In Isms and "JO 1 had two severe attacks of LaGrippe, the last one attaekins my ner vous system with surli wrerity that my life waa cespaired of. I had not slept for more tlian two months ejerept by the u.se of nar cotics that stupefied nie, but cave me no rc.t. I was on. y conscious of intense mental weakness, nconizlnz lodily pain and the fact that I was hourly prowing weaker. lien in thiscondition. I commenced usinft Dr Miles' Ketorative Nervine. In two days I liesan to improve and in one month's time. I waa cured, much to the aurnrise of all who knew of my condition. I bate been in ex cellent health since and hare recommended your remedies to many of my friends." Louisville. Jan 22, U95. D. W. UtLTOS. Dr. filles Aeniae Restores Health. Tropoaa'a tor Uratlnr. "ea'ed vronota'a will be received at the ofllre of tbaeouLty clerk of Rock Island county. Ill . in care of A. Jonnann. chairman of tie bulnl tr.e roniini ti-e f be tins and vrntilatlnf tbe n-w court hone now a 'he coarse of erection. All hica miivt be received by I p m. Aug. 1, h-i. B i! are arked form both direct and indirect ytrma wita and w i:boat the automatic regu latirf pp ra na. Civ c n be teen at the office of 8. J. Collin. anpetioteudvnt of cm.trariioo, Kick Jland. III. p?ci!Icationaniart reaanmiuid with each pro posal de-ciininx rue yten felly. A c-rtlSrd check of t percent will be required with each pr .pi.al. The committee leaei ree the right to n J -ct ar.y or all bid. r. a. Joaxsoa, cuairmai J. O. larrron.ceercury. W. P. jcatlc JaauIIaaeoa, . J. tiu, . M . fiaarr, Skl Fixate, W. S. Can. DO YOU ED ROOM SUIT? If so you can get one al W. S. Hol brook's, 10j. 10 and 107 East Second Street, Davenport, This week for $10.00. W. S. HOLBROOK, Nos. ICS.' 105 and 107 East Second street I Fun for the Children Cut out three of these winded trademarks, which will appear in this paper, and send them to the manufacturers of WiHirnarjtic tar Tbread With your address, mid a two cent stamp, fit return, yon will receive a ticauliful set of paper doll dresses in colors, for irls uiiil liovs, and nu instructive Inyl: on thread and sewing. Williinuiilio SjxMirCottou is best fur machine sewing or baud scwiug. Ask the d&ilcr for it. WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO., WILLIittANTIC. CONN. H $1,000,000 Cure For Rheumatism. SCHR AGE'S RHEUMATIC CURE. OATS SOLO ONLY IN 2 LB. PACKAGES. wm bath noons Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Rooms, on the first floor of the Harper House. BOOMS OPEN. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to 12 m. on week dajs For Gen tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m. on week days On Sundays the rooms will be open from 7 a. m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Electrie and Electro-thermal baths maybe obtained at any time during business hours. Gymnasium connected with bath rooms A WOMAN Who does not want her washing; docc in the shortest time and neat est way is hard to find. Those who use AKTI-WASHBSASD SOAP Get the best results, be cause it is made from such materials that it cannot injure the moat delicate fabric and will save timtf and labor. EEAD XXSECTZONS, Follow them and you will linl that you have struck ' a pood thin. GEE AT BOCK ISLANS TAB SOAP Softens the skin, heals chapped hands and re moves grease, paint, etc. Warnock & Ralston DAILY lr KILH 8 yvTrtnC I DRIED. bales jrysj U frW K't? ALWAYS I POUNDS. "fl B8T 5 Soap Makers, Bock Island, WANT A DA VEX PORT VflMHaRMMBanDasi NEVER FAILED! CUKES tJOUT, KHEDMATISM AN'D XEUKALUIA! Testlmonlale free. Ilichly endorrcd by doc tnra Hcfer to Htm. Henry Carac, cx-nuvr of Kock Inland. Write today. SWANSON ItllFt MATIC CCKK CO. 1ii Ih-arlmrn ! , Chi' acn. Ro'd In Rock Irland by T II 1 bom a and Mar ! nail & FitU. r. i Joseph a. mww f fflce In MeCn louch Baildln?. Itl W. Third Mml.Dwniion. lt)ce llonra J a m to IS m. and to 5 p oi. Evening. Wlo!.la' a and iwinrdaya only, from 7 to 8. bundaynit 3 m. Special Lines of Practice. Asthma. Catarrh, Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. Langs and Stomach Skin Diseases, RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED, CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE. Charges for treatment reason able. Successful treatment by mail. Send for boqk and also symptom blank. ; Mr 'V 0 pi Srf 02 l?0e ? 1 I Ml E-i S M 1