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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1895.
3 FULLERTON'S Consumption Cure. HYPODERMIC i II: HU.Ki:T CONSUMPTION CUKE offers you a positive cure in the early - - i.l tiitu-iviilosis. At last a scientific remedy and mode of administering has been ....-leiloiie that is reasonable, and ap)iea!s to the intelligence of the age. A sieeilie . -,! il.le i.crmieide, introduced directly into the capilliary circulation hypodemiicsilly. 1 .. i. inedy is iiiiclily absorbed, carried by the veins into the riht side of the heart, from t'l.-n int'i the Hhiks, coiiiini; in direct contact with the disease and destroying the genu, ... l-.i'-ilJii. Vr full particulars, testimonials from physicians und patients, call at office, v.. l: ,-ii-t IToiirth street, Laveiiioit, la. ottice hours b to 11 a. m., - to 5 p. m. Cou- .-; : : i i i 1 1 Free. M. BODB'SlirT tPANltH f BlAtMtNT. t tut. ix.tl. of jo.ii.ir nn.1 iiiiiidi.-. 1 tiirn anil Women. The u.f.J tM.fi f Yol 711- Kl L lhn,i.l;-D or unile.e.uprtl ori.'aDj. we&kn,, N. rv.u. 1 -1.1.1'y. Nli'i.t.y hm.wioits, I'otisiimpti'.n. Iiiwi.ty, Lli&u.tiii drkii.. i.d I..- of -o-t-r t.f tat n. riu Drtrafia. ui.diliiia- cn f..r ...toy, buiiirt4 a..d mam:.?'-, t iuck y c inu Lr lr. KelgMs paitlll fm firaltta. Tliey fin only run- l.v -la-i it.ir a: tt . t.t di . but are Kraut MKVK KINK' anil ItUMlll IS! :. I- Int. tout tl: pink sl.w t Bale f kr.L., ar,.l r. -tonus ti..-- I'll!'. F 1 111 Til t.. ; TMitx-nt. i-v SI.OO T rcla.4 tkc a.Bc. Uuuk Im, For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer, 301 J. B, LEWIS CO. is the ehoo for every month in the year protects the feet and never irritates them. Undo or tannery calf slcin, dongo la top, all leather trimmed, solid leather soles and between the outer und inner eolo is a cement of cork and rubber equal to a cork sole. Handsome, stylish and durable Ten atyles 4, 6 and 6 wide.. Ask Your Dealer For It. J. B. LEWIS CO., Boston, Mass. J. Real Estate Insurance. Buy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rents. The old fire and time tried company's repre sented. Rates as low as any reliable company can afford. Y-.iir Patronage is Solicited. . Olli. c ls;'i), Second Ar. Harper llou.'c Block. nyiTii7PT7 nicirf nnnffP Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., may Lit obtained at the Sanitarium Hath Rooms, on the first floor of tho Harper House. UOOMS OPEN. Kr (.adieu From 9 a. m. to 1.' in. on week days For Gen. t:emen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m. en week davs On Sundays the rooms will lie open from 7 a. m. to 11a. ui. for Gentlemen only. I In trie and Electro-thermal hatha tuay lie obtained at an; lime during business hours. (iviLisnsiuni connected with bath We Employ Young Men to d'trltrtits our artTHrtii- v in Il-..V-ir. J wink u i rt i-aytiM-iit fr a lilieh irrade Actii r.ut.l tliu Lkrclo arrtvtL auaurores Nil I Youns Ladies If ti.rr! npi.tr thPT must be well tccom JCKuuo.1. nf for pirtlciUkrt. I ACME CVCLE CO1PANY, ELKHART, IND. l Sl SMI U2 O g tEj S Ar iraiU Dot i.r S for S.& lth trltlii purnnli-p l c re. BpaalhNerTslrauls,U.atUI'!(.cw ft, Twentieth street. Boston Dental Parlors DOCTOR M. C, l'cPAVIT PROI'ltlETOB. 318 Brad v Street DAVENPORT. To Intro'liic ; oiir-tlvej to the public of t hie vicinity we wi ', until further no tice. EXTRACT TEETH V e in -ike a jpociuHj of the Patnlem Ex traction ot Tecih tr. I ALONE nse the wnnili rfnl .)C:i! Anxjtbftlc EACULaK'K which no bal t (Tecte ti;in lhe heart. U'e li-o ose Nitrous Oxide, Chlorofnnn or Ether, if Ui-'ircJ. Wc da a!! kin !e of hih-4-l, Dentistry, mskini; a nieciulty of the Correction nf Im'i;ulurilie of the Teitb aL.1 GOLD t'ROWX acd DltllXiH WOIIK. Ah work guarantctd. Lady attendant. See Our Prices. Silver Filling 5J cents tnd up tiold Filling $1 and up i"ill Crowns. Set of Teeth , 5s Open X a. ni. to 8:30 p. in. mine uu tee di. e can gave yon nimry (jpen ounuays for extracting fiom 9 to 10 a. ni TEETH Without Plates. Bcston Dental Farhrs Over Winecke's Tailor shop. 818 Brady street - DA VESPORT, IA LADIES: The Latest Styles in Fur Gar ments are at Bennett's Glove Far St ire Cull nn-l pee th cm. AIo all kin. Is of repair ing done on fur .ooils at 1605 Second Avenue, Rock Island, Gloves and Furs Made to Order. of INOAPO TtIK CKsUT HINDOO REMEDY Jftrrvoiu ln AJK r ail 1 air k -timrv h.rfc.ftaJfl oy pi ( aim-.-, hiVMTici.r :it "t?? ii, iijiL;.n 1 Tall-. a-'l il'lli'k.V but vi r. . ri-'. rM IVK-n. I'll .?. HJif.'. J-iX f.TSi.(KMh, NiyaH i.(M'-i i-iU n. .t .-n tufr IIM'4. If Titilf-tii i I h - ( not JT"t Wi I ."tici if tTet.i.l. 3iLI at the Harper House Dru rharmary KkKK ISLAND, ILL.; hy Wm. Cit-ndciua, HUL'SK, ILL., And oilier icadiug druiais. FEMALE PILLS. t BISCOTTsT. Hires, fat. A new. fviibt? Jiiia itje: f r artv Knaioa. ir aed br tTer n.OOJ IsWIr wthlr. inriconttc firw OfVmns. U-wtM-9f tmlttlba. un psivr. f-T txa. or iriAA Ux U suei la plain wmnper. od c la 'Arnpn for pskTU?tiur. JLmsU ASSOCIATION, Ciucaco. ill. flOflA f km sjrxaae a wen i Man 11 V L-S - MUNICIPAL MATTERS. Offielal rrocccdinsa or Last M(ht't City Council Meeting. Citv Colncil Room, Rock Island, Aug. 19. The council met in regular semi-monthly session at 8 o'clock p. m.. Mayor Knox presiding and all the aldermen present except Foss. The minutes cf the last regular meeting were read and approved. A petition from Dr. J. F. Myers for the extension of a water main lOO feet was read by the clerk. Aid. Surman moved to refer to the water works committee. Aid. Dauber moved as an amendmcat that the petition be granted. Amendment lost and petition referred. Aid. Kennedy, from the claims committee, reported favorably the claims of P. Peterson $10 and John Mulhcrn $10.85 and adversely on pe titions of Penn Tank Line'Co. and Cooper & Benn. Reports adopted. Aid. Schneider, from the street and alley committee, reported in favor of F. Nye's petition, and of the petition for a special allev in block between Eleventh and Twelfth streets and Seventh and Kighth avenues. Re ports adopted. Aid. Schreiner, from the sewer committee, reported estimates for sewers in the Sixth ward. Adopted on motion of Aid. Pender. The city attorney was instructed to begin condemnation proceedings for the Sixth ward sewers in the county comt, and the clerk to ad ver Use for proposals, on motion of Aid Kennedy. A petition of Messrs. Htteck ana Johnson for leave to run a pipe on Fourteenth avenue to make a water connection was granted, ou motion of Aid. Nelson. Aid. Tindall, from the water works committee, reported favorably bins 3t J. 1. Noftsker ami M. Yer bury. Referred to the finance conr niittec. Also favorably on the petition of me lioi k island liuiluing association to be allowed to put in a watermain, the city to take the main when it pays 8 per cent on the investment. Report adopted. Aid. Nelson read a petition from the Seventh ward property holders. for watermain extensions, heretofore presented and favorably acted upon and moved that the Thirty-ninth street extension bo formally added to me others orilereu. carried. Aid. Pender offered an ordinance establishing certain grades. Passed 12 to 1 (Tindall). The mavor eailed attention to the claim of Mrs. McElherne for a rebate of $1G.G5 on error, and on motion of AM. Mauckcr a committee was ap pointed to confer with the Edwards & Walsh Construction company on the subject, and the mayor appointed as such committee AhU. Nelson, Schneider and Schmeder. Aid. Dauber offered an ordinance amending section 8, article G, chap ter H, of the revised ordinances re lating to dram shops by striking out the vtords forbidding the keeping open of taloonson Sundays. and moved its adoption. Ala. Kennedy moved hs an amendment to lay oer to the next meeting. The amendment was rejected, lo to 3, and the ordinance adopted. Ayes Schroedcr, Schneider, Pen der, Schreiner, Tindall, Zeis, "John son. Surman. Mauckcr, Dauber 10. Noes Kennedy, Gall, Nelson 3. Aid. Gall offered an ordinance changing certain grades on Twenty seventh street. Passed bv unaui- mous vote. Aid. Dauber presented a report recommending the purchase of a strip of ground on Tenth avenue from J. D. Taylor, 400.71. Referred back to committee and city attorney to inquire as to the legality of the proposed tmrcha.se, on motion of Aid. Schneider. Aid. '.Johnson reported the dump boat jn a rotten condition and recom mended that it be repaired or a new one procured. Referred to the health committee, health commis sioner and the mavor. The clerk read a petition from property-holders asking for the com- iietion ol a sidewalk grade on Eighth-and-a-half avenue. Referred to the aldermen of the Sixth ward. The clerk read petitions from Haker. McNeal & Sessltr and the Rock Island Heating and Plumbing company for permission to open paved streets. Petitions granted. I tie clerk read a petition from Par don & Son for damages growinir out ot the Hooding of a shop. Referred to the claims committee. A bill of S. J. Woodin. $1. was re ferred to the claims committee. The clerk read a report of the citv engineer on a storm drain from Ninth avenue to the river, in the vicinity of Twenty-fifth street. Referred to the sewer committee and city en gineer to report an estimate of cost. i ne clerk read an invitation to at tend the labor day celebration. Ac cepted, on motion of Aid. Pender. Aid. Schroeder moved that the lire and light committee prepare specifi cations for a chimney and ask for private bids for its erection. Car ried. Also that Seventh avenue between Twelfth and Seventeenth streets be placed in passable condition, the Icrk to notify Davis & Co . to at tend to the requirements to restore the street, and the Davenport & Rock .1 lt-Tl - . ... iauii naiiwar company to pui its track on Seventh avenue in proper ondition according to ordinance. tVilliam McEnirv was heard as to the extra hauling charged for by II. u. v neeian. ine paving contractor. and other matters open, asking that tbey be adjusted. Aid. Dauber moved that the b 11 for hailing be paid at the rate of 171 cents a load. nedy). The paving of a block on Sixth avenue by private contract was referred to the mayor and aldermen of the Fourth ward, on motion of Aid. Schneider, they to confer with property holders, and if the work is found satisfactory to notify Mitchell & Lynde, and if further action is necessary to call a meeting of the street and alley committee. Adjourned, on motion of Aid Dauber. ' A. D. Hcesing, City Clerk. Rtyar Blplers. The packet Sidney passed up. The K. Rutledge and J. K. Graves came down with eight strings of los each. The stage of the water at the Rock Island bridge at coon was .GO: the temperature 80. The Prescotte, Verne Swain and Pilot came down, and the E. Rut ledge, Prescotte, J. K. Graves, Pilot and Verne Swain went north. The handsome St. Paul has made her last trip up the Mississippi this season, unless the water rises consid erably. Saturday night the got stuck near Huffalo. It was not con sidered advisible to venture further, so she headed down stream and will remain in the St. Louis harbor until the water becomes deeper. Well. Well! Up at Remiss boomville annex they have struck water. They have been boring for some time, but the sparkling elixir has been brought forth at last and Remiss is happy. Without water Remiss could not ex ist. He has been so afflicted ever since he started a town in Kansas. It became second nature to him, and now whenever he looks about for a new site, the water question is the first one he looks into. He has been panting ever since he started boom ville for the water brook. He has discovered it, and now he is refreshed and happy and so are all his friends. 'Collar' I Old rng-Ii-.li. Jnstue.i iu New York uro ifjuorantly fa.stidioiid iu matters of Englit-h. When Mr. O'Hara, u policeman, tiaid, "Wo collared liim," Justice Taintor replied: "You 'arrested' him, und you ought to be ashamed for not savins so at once. Snch language ad yon used is not fit language to ti to a magistrate in a public courtroom. " Eut Mr. O'Hara did uot employ slang. Tho verb "col lar" has long been u.-'od transitively, meaning to"seize or take hold of a per son by the collar ; more loosely, to cap ture. " Tho verb was thus employed early iu tho seventeenth century. Steele, iu Tho Guardian, No. 81, wrote, "If you advised him not to collar any man." Other instances are: Cieutle uiuii's Magazine, 1702, "His lordship collared tho footman -who threw it. and Mavryat's sentence in "Peter Sim pie," "Ho was collared by two Trench soldiers. Boston Journal. Take the Big Four Route to the Knights Templar Conclave. Boston, Mass., Aug. 25-31 on fare for the round trip magnificent sleeping car service, elegant dining cars tickets good going Aug. 19 to 2otn. good returning until Sept. 10. with privilege of extension until Sept. 30. tor full particulars call on the agent of the Big Four route, or ad dress D. B. Maktix. GenT Pass. & Ticket Agt. E. O. McCormick. Pass. Traffic Mgr., Cincinnati Clad Tidings to Asttim Sufferers. Lawson Elvidge, of Barrinsrton III., states he was cured of chronic asthma of long standing by Foley's iioncy ana iar. it gives positive relief in all cases of asthma, so that this disease, when not completely cured. Is robbed of all its terrors by this treat remedy. No sufferer should be without it 50 cents. Take no substitute. Sold at M. F. Bahn- sen's drug store I'llrs! rile! I-Hm! Dr. William. Indian Pile Ointment will e fcllud lleedtnr. ulcvratid ant Itching piles. absorbs the tumors, allay, the itching at once, acts as a tou'ticr. rites In-tant relief, lit. Wil Hams' iLiilan Pile Ointi.ei.tis prepared only for piles and i'vhma of the private parts, and Lotb: g else. Every box i. f uaranici d. eold by dtUK- pi-ts, stnt by mail, for 50 cents ani ft per box Williams Mansfacttting company. Proprietor? Clev land, Ohio. Sold by T. II. Thomas. Voo Can Depend on it That Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea Cure is an'instant relief for colic, summer complaint, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, bloody flux, chronic diar rhoea, cholera infantum, bilious colic, painters' eclic. and all bowel complaints 15 cents and 50 cents at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. meat Arrtaiea an a Kane Chara-a, ST. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 20. Rev, Father Baser, e, iloman cathoiio priest doing missionary work in northwestern Mis souri, was arrested in this city charged uu as-auii wim inteDt to commit rape. in Harrison county. Father Baker de nies tho ch.trgM aod, is confident he can clear mmself. Memory is a little treacherous now and then, and causes one to forget some things worth remembering. unless one has an experience like that which came to D. E. East. Moffat s Creek. Va., who says: ,-I had been suffering for years'wilh a torpij iiver ana found no relief until I took Simmons Liver Regulator, when I was entirely relieved of mv troubles. I never intend being with out Simmons Liver Regulator." The Burlington route sells tickets for the Knights Templar excursion to Boston and return at 23.95, as low as any other line. Children Cryfor BRIEF MENTION. School suits, kind, 9S cents, Mosenfelder's. one to three of a worth 2. Simon & Hear the Riverside whistler even ings and afternoons at the Watch Tower all this week. George L. Kramer, an old Rock Island boy, now located at Kansas City, spent Sunday with relatives here. The Burlington route sells tickets for the Knights Templar excursion to Boston and return at 23 95, as low as any other line. Don't miss the electric fountain display at the Tower Sunday, Wednes day and Friday evenings. Every body is talking about it. The Burlington route will sell tickets for the Knights Templar ex cursion to Boston and return at $23.95, as low as any other line. Miss Mae Raynor. who has been visiting with Miss Blanche Cleland the past two weeks, returned home to Champaign, III., this morning. The Burlington route will sell tickets for the Knights Templar ex cursion to Buston and return at 23 95. as low as any other line. Round trip rate to Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus only $7.75 Aug. 20 and 21. via Kock Island & Peoria railway. Good 30 days. Tents have befn elevated on the shores above Moline with Will Lu- dolpb, Louis Schnitger, Kniil Broock man. Edward Lawyer and Ernest Sommers as inhabitants. The boys win remain a wees. Moline seems to be a dangerous burg to invade on a wheel after sun down without a headlight. Will I.udolph, of this city, is the latest to suffer the consequence. He went up there Saturday evening. No glimmer nickered on the front of his bike. Ttesterday he was lined fl and costs in Magistrate Kerns' court for ordi nance violation. Buy your excursion tickets to Bos ton Aug. 19 to 25 via the C, R. I. & P. railway at the lowest rate, and have the privilege of returning when von please up to Oct. C on anv of the sTx fast express trains running daily between Chicago and Rock Island. Special stop-over privileges in the east at nearly all points. Choice of routes going and returning east of Chicago. Special Pullman train Aug. 21. Grave apprehensions were felt in Davenport yesterday that Jason E. Calkins, city editor of the Democrat, with his family, were in the ili-fated Gumry hotel at Denver, as Mr. Cal kins and family are in Colorado, a-d a man by that name was among the unfortunate. A telegram received by the Democrat yesterday from Mr. Calkins himself, however," brings the gratifying intelligence that they were not at the hotel, and are safe and well. COUNTY 1ICII.DINO. Transfers. 17 M. E. Hill to Wilbcr K. Sloan, part lots 5, G and 7, block 11, Pitts, Gilbert & Pitts' second add., Moline, $4,000. W. K. Sloan to Trustees of Swed ish Evangelical Lutheran church, part lots 5, G and 7. block 11. Pitts, Gilbert & Pitts' second add., Moline, $5,000. Anna Kramer by administratrix, to Fred Meyer, part lots 3 and 9, 10, 17, 2w, 1,500. r.ob-tt. 19 Estate of Henry Honsman. Administrator's report lo Aug. 1 filed. Conservatorship of Polly Ann Stearns. Order authorizing conserv ator to execute loan on ward's real estate to provide funds for support ana maintenance. Order authoriz ing conservator to pay George M Stearns out of moneys in his bands for care and maintenance of ward. Estate of Adelaide R. Guy. In ventory filed and approved. In Your Blood Is the cause of that tired, languid feeling which afflicts you at this sea son. The blood is impure and has become thin and poor. That is why tounaveno Eirengm. no appetite cannot sleep. Purify vour bloo.i with Hood's Sarsaparilla, which will give you an appetite, tone vourstom- U I ; i . avu, uu iuigoraie your nerves. Hood's pills are easy to take, easy in action ana sure in effect 25 cents. Khenmtktlsra Cared In n Djr. Mvstic Cnra" for rh neuralgia radically cures in one to inree a ays. 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, and G. Schlegel & Son., 220 VV. Second street, Davenport. Bis Lat Iteaoaree. Doctor I rea'.Iy dou't understand. There is no rc:isoii why you should go iu for a reduction of corpulency. ratietit --till, I want vou to put me through a course of antifat treatment, My Knfalia shall h with her own eves how I pine away for love of her. Gar teulaube. A Hind Girl Wanted: Not by me! Since usinir Zoa- Phora I can do my own work. It is Woman's Friend, indeed." So say scores of women today. Sold bv T. H Thomas and Marshall St Fisher. The Burlington route will sell tickets for the Knights Templar ex cursion to Boston and return at W. S. Holbrook s Is the place To buy your FURNITURE AND- "W. S. HOLBROOK, Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second xkw Gasoline 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. Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St. Rock Island. 111. of the celebrated Jewel Stores and Ranges. An investigation will con vince yon of their excellence for cooking or heating purposes. A Jewel Store costs no more than many stoves of a much Inferior quality. Our trade-mark on every stove is an absolute guarantee of perfection. Ask for a Jewel; take no other. You will never regret your purchase. :D D OKLT BY Alien, A fvers & Company Birr, isi an. in. Hock Island ROCK Savings Sank. Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security. OFFICERS. J M BrrOHD. President Job Cbcbaush. Vice President. P busntawALT, Cashier. Beran bnaineaa Jnlv Si lsun mnA nr.nn, .m S. K. cor. HitchU A Lynde's new bulldnur. WILLIAM EMIG The Fashionable Has the most replete line of new patterns in Imparted and domestic suitings in the city. 1707 SECOIk AYflUE. I-ELY'S CREAM BALM nnase the K"Mw,ii.rt lain sad naaimattan, tho Bore. Hntnm Tat und femrll. and Carpets. street DAVENPORT l'KOc i:ss StovesL NOFTSKER, 13 Incorporated Under the State Law. ISLAND. ILL. DIRECTORS. C F Lynde. John ornbaaga M P Hall. K W Burst, John Volk. Wm WIlmertoD, PUI Mitchell. L Simon, i M Baford, Jscasoa a IIcbst, Solldtora. Merchant Tailor 7aT id bj U u ft llkmejer and T. 11. The Carried 11 to 2 (Schreiner and Ken Pitcher's Castoria. 23.95, as low as any other line i I Api'y w Utt Awr lt It it (t'fcilt Abti. I icxK Jl0fc i'rub; its Of hy Li.rmMm.iiWMMkt. a.y.1 "VS