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? THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUL.Y 22, 1896.
SOLON S IN SESSION. $25,000. OBclal th Coanty WORTH OF Dry Goods ill list lie Sold During the Next Thirl? Days. We will close out the above named amount of Summer Goods Regardless of Cost. We aro overstocked, and must sell the goods now while they are in season, to make room for new Fall and Winter Goods. Everything Marked Away Down. During this sale we are Cutting Prices to Pieces Regardless of cost. Fine quality goods are reduced to prices on a level with the regular prices of inferior goods. A visit to our store will convince anyone that our reductions are far greater than ever offered before. Proceeding of Board. FOURTH DAT COXTIXCED. The committee on abatement sub mitted the following report, which I on motion was received and adopted: KOCK ISLASD COCHTT. 1 Board of Supervisors, July term, 1896. Mr. Chairman,' and Gentlemen of I the Board of Supervisors: i car committee to whom was re ferred petitions for abatements, would submit the following report: We recommend the assessment of the People's National bank be re. duccd $1,800 for the veer 1S9S. The petition of . A. and Margaret Pierr be reduced on assessment $200. The petition of William E. Ewing for the year 1895 be reduced to $9.1G. The petition of John Jesperson be grant ed. J hat the amount 01 U. W. vin- ton for the rear 189C be reduced f 32. That of A. J. Beach be abated the amount of county tax 91 cents. Pe tition of Alice V. Walker amount of improvements abated lhe assessment ot the Wagner brewerv assessment be reduced to $15,000. The assessment of I. Ruber be reduced to (5.000. That the as sessraent of V. 0. Peterson on lot be reduced to t 1( 0. That the petition of the Drury roil roaa be granted ana bridge re. main assessed. The petition cf Augnstana college be granted. That the petition of M. J. Murphy be not granted. That tfae petition ot the Banner coal be not granted. That the petition of B. F. Fountain for abatement of assessment oa im provements be reduced to $300. We recommend the abatement of per sonal taxes of the different townships to the countv treasurer as follows: KLUC-HASLER Br,1 Goods CO. f$ 217 and 217 Yx West Second St., Davenport. Wright & Barber s Mid-Summer Clearing Sale of I Cordova. Toe Xnrn I' r Byron llnmi.lr.fi $ M ROiRurM 1 29 -Howling R 5 Edsir etnn 14 40 m1nlusi U 64 BufNle Prjiric S 55 :i 41 ! I5 11 S 1 5 161 t8 1,105 Hi C 5TJ 43 I 8nrl' KneV I'laml Hi lie! OtU'V Ulack Hank s S4iKora iilnua I H i:.h Voli-ie S.'i K7 Sliline I Cjal Valley 8l I Respectfully submitted. W. P. Qr.TLi. Gct M. Fonii, J. W BKATTY, J. U.Fuwei 1.. CummUtee. I Tans and Black Oxfords. & Must MaVc Room for Oar Fall Stock. WRIGHT & BARBEB 1704 Second Ave. 2.80 Sale At ADAMS' All this week. Ladies' Century Bals in Tans 2nd Blacks, $2.80 Great bargains also in Men's Tans for $2.80 You won't make a mistake if you get into a pair of these. o ASHOEu The county collector asked for in structions from the board in regard to the township collector of Hock Island having neglected to collect a great portion of the personal prop erty tax in said township and on motion of Supervisor Britton was instructed to proceed as the law directs. The matter of action on Super visor Ford's motion to appropriate 500 to help defray the .expenses of laying the corner stone of the insane hospital now came up for considera tion. Supervisor Kinner moved as an amendment to Supervisor Ford's mo tion that the appropriation be 300. Su nor visor Woodburn moved that the matter be laid on the table. Carried. Supervisor Vinton moved to ad journ. Lost. The following named persons were appointed as members of the grand jury for the September term of the circuit court: Cordova Frank Mullery. Coe Richard Wright. Canoe Creek Christopher Dillon, Sr. Zuma Sylvester Dailey. Port Byron F. S. Gates. Hampton George S. Church Moline Charles Holmgren, Simon Hirsch, M. R. Metzgar. K'vk Island John Spilger, John E. Fleming, Rob.rt Kui-chmann. Julius Moseufelder. South Moline Zacbarius Einfeldt. South Rock Island John T. Camp, bell. Biack Hawk Samuel I. H. Baker. Coal Vallev John M. Lees. Rur.l M.G. Bedford. Howling Sandy Coyne. Edgington Robert Maliette. Andalusia John Kane, Jr. Buffalo Prairie George Blakeley, Drurv Fred Feldman. Supervisor Ford moved to adjourn nntil tomorrow morning at 9 o clock Lost. Supervisor Thornton moved that the mater of new boilers and boiler house for the new court house be left with the building committee to re port at the next meeting. Carried Supervisor Swank moved that the matter of treatment of sore eves of Mrs. Souder, a resident of Edgington township be left with Supervise Schonnmaker with power to act. Car ried. Supervisor George moved that the matter of catting down trees in the conrt house yard be left with the building committee with power to act. Carried. Supervisor Case moved to adjourn until tomorrow at 9 o'clock. Car ried. FIFTH DAT. The board met pursuant to ad jonrnment, all members present ex cept Supervisor Powell, bnpervisor Carey, chsirman. presiding, ine minutes of pesterday's meeting were read and approved. Supervisor Betty offered the fol lowing resolution and moved its adoption. Resolved, that we, the board of supervisors when voting on appro priations vote by the yea and nay vote. Supervisor Pierce moved to lay the resoiutioi on tne taeie. carried. The committee on abatements sub mitted the following supplemental rpmrt wMrk Ait motion vs. r-rti v I and adopted: Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Board ot Supervisors: We. your committee to whom was referred pe titions for abatements would submit the following so pp'.emental report: That we recommend the refunding of taxes erroneously assessed to George W. Vinton, the same being a double assessment for the years 1891 and 1895 to the amount of tiC 25. Respectfully submitted. W. P. QOAYLE, M. SCHOOIMKEK, J W. BeTTT. irtT H Fom7 Committee. . The following named persons were upon motion appointed as judges of election for the ensuing year: Hampton, First Precinct William Edleman, Charles Arensehields, George A. Crawford. Hampton, Second Precinct W. R. Carey, John Crouch, R. S. Silvis. Hampton, Third Precinct Peter McCarl, Adam Hoffstotter, Johu Noah. KOCK ISLAND First Ward Charies Engel, Alfred Ccyne, James Alberry. Second Ward Precinct 1, Henry Kinner, Charles Oberg. George Soi ander; Precenct 2, William Ecker mann, Henry Horst, W. L. Nichols. Third Ward Pricinct 1, John O. Freed. George Henry. William Rtru fkill: Precinct 2. William Rinck, J. H Lidders. P. J. Lee. Fourth Ward Precinct 1, D. li. Shaw, Charles Exner, C. C. Taylor; Precinct 2, Charles Fiebig, Charles Thompson. John Leidtke. tilth Ward Precinct 1. J. I... Erecman, John Albrecht, C. B. Knox; Precinct 2. 11. II. Cleaveland, C. B. Marshall, Charles Jensen. . Sixth Ward Henry Krocger, Peter Frey, W. P. Quavle. Seventh Ward Prefinet 1, A. C. Peterson, Harrison Holland, John Tremann: Precinct 2, F. M. Sinnct, Edwin Ward, William Gamble. MOUSE. First Ward Nr. Is Pierce, John Godehn, Henry Schmidt. Se-cond Ward. First Precinct A F. Vinton, Richard Pavton. John Swanson: Second precinct., Nels Eck lund, J. A. Johnson, Henry Vierich. Third Ward, first frccinct George M. Gould, V. A. Holt, J. P. Johnson; Second precinct, Gust M. Ford, John Kiel, Benton Davis. Fourth Ward Conrad Grantz, G W. Vinton, L. P. Nelson. Fifth Ward Jacob Pierman, Swan BjoTklund. Horace Anderson. bixth v ard George Lchmann, John Johnson, W. J. Wooden. Seventh Ward Charles Rodelius, Bert Crowder, Wesley Giles. hdgmgton, hirst rreclnct .Nathan W. Cutler, Charles Tittenngton, W. W. Elliott. Second Precinct M. Schoonmaker, W. G. Davis. W. J. Mclntyre. Supervisor Kendall moved that each individual who visited the connly infirmary on Wednesday last pay bis own railroad fare and that ot his invited guest. Carried. Supervisor Quajle moved that the matter of action ob Supervisor Ford's motion to appropriate $500 toward defraying the expenses of laving the corner stone of the insane hospital and on Supervisor Kinner's amend ment to make the amount fJOO, which was laid on the table at yes terday's meeting, be now taken from the table. Carried. Supervisor ljuayle moved as an amendment teat the sum ot $Juu be appropriated to ward defraying the expense of laying the corner stone 01 the insane hos pital. The ayes and nays being called for resulted as follows: Ayes Supervisors Britton, Carey, rord, Gripp, Johnson. Kinner, Oberg, Pierce, Quayle, Rinck, Swank Sinnet, Thornton and Vinton 11. Navs Supervisors Betty, Case Fitzpatrick, George, Kendall, Loes, Maxwell. Schoonmaker, Tittering- ton, Wilson and Woodburn 11 Amendment to the amendment car ried. W hereupon a vote was taken on the amendment as amended which resulted as follows: Ayes Supervisors Britton, Carey, lord, lir;pp, Johnson, Kinner, Oberg, Pierce, Qaayle, Riock, Swank, Sinnet, Thornton and Vinton. 14. Nays Supervisors Betty. Case, Fitzpatrick, George, Kendall, Lees, Maxwell, Schoonmaker, Tittering- ton, Wilson and Woodburn 11 Amendment as amended carried A vote was then taken upon the original motion as amended which resulted as follows: Ayes Supervisors Britton, Carey, Ford, Gripp, Johnson, Kinner, Oberg. Pierce, Quayle, Rinck, Swank, Sinnct and Vinton 18. Nays Supervisors Betty. Case, Fitzpatrick, George, Kendall, Lees, Maxwell, benoonmaker, Thornton, Titterington, Wilson and Woodburn 12. Original motion as amended carried. Dr. S. B. Hall, ot Rock Island, sub mitted the following proposition and agreement: KOCK island, in., July 16, 189S To the Honorable Board of Supervis ors oi kock island county: 1. 6. li. Hall, of Rock Island, 111., hereby make the following proposition and agreement, viz: That having been appointed as doctor for the poor the city of Rock Island by your hon orable board at it its regular July, 1896. meeting at a salary of 1300 for one year from the date of my said appointment. I will furnish all neces sary medical attendance, perform all necessary surgical operations and hold all post-mortem examinations. from any part cf the county which may properly pertain to said office of doctor tor the poor for said sum of 1300 for one year from the date of my said appointment. I also agree to professionally at teed all cases ot sickness of the poor of the township of South Rock Isl and npon the order the supervisor ot said township at the rate of 1 per visit. - In cases of surgical operations the county to furnish hospital, bed and nurse. But provided that no part of the above agreement shall apply to cases of small pox. S. B. Hall. M. D. Supervisor Schoonmaker moved that the proposition and agreement be accepted and approved. Carried. Dr. W. O. Beam submitted the fol lowing proposition and agreement: Mouse, 111., July July 16. 1896 To the Honorable Board of Super visors of Rock Island county: I. Dr. William O. Beam, of Moline, 111., hereby make the following proposi tion and agreement, viz: That hav ing been appointed as doctor for the poor1 of the city of Moline by your honorable board at its regular July, 1895, meeting at a salary of S300 I jT one year from the date of my said appointment, I will furnish all neces sary medical attendance, perform all necessary surgical operations and hold all post-mortem examinations from any part of the county which may properly pertain to said nllice of doctor for the poor for said sum of f 300 for one year from the date ot my said appointment. 1 also agree to professionally at tend all cases ot sickness of the poor oi the towntnip oi soutn nionne npon the order of the supervisor of said township at the rate of (1 pur visit. In eases of surgical operations the county to furnish hospital, bed and curse. Bat provided that no part of tae above agreement shall apply to cases of small pox. W. O. Beam, M. D. Supervisor George moved that the proposition and agreement be ac copied and approved. Carried. J he committee on ways and means submitted the following report. which upon motion was received and adopted: WHY NOT BUY Piirnituro, Carpets Draperies Day a. Charles Georee S Hymn Ki'nd.nl n SLWywlnim.... S John (' ri.ai;k 5 W It Carey 5 (Ian M Jurd S A F Vlr.lnn 5 Nel Pierce. G F A Jobn-'on.... ............ 6 H J i.rlnu h JilTboinioa S i ::l Kir.ck 5 F M iDiit ! VPo,,ayle 5 Denry hi dirt s chtrlea nbtr 5 H le r .1 Filxpittrick S T K l.ve. 5 J A WU-on J W Brfy , M 8choo:iroaker .1 G Britton I BTiHuriimtoii .1 H l owed S .1 Maxwell II Kohler. rlerk f f Htrtcway, thcritt. .. Mile. it 9 AT WHOLESALE PRICES? WE ARE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. AND SEE THE GREAT BARGAINS WE COME HAVE. Pretty bod room sets f IS each. Very large sideboards quarter sawed oak and polish finished, large French-plate mirrors; great bargains at $15. . Nice sideboards as low as 10. Birch combination bookcase and writing desk 15; o.ik at flO. Ladies1 writing desk, very pret ty, as low as t5. Nice large bookcases at 15.25. Fine bail racks, quarter-sawed, polish finished oak, large French mirror at t? Fine china closet at f 9 each. Bird's-eye maple center tablet at ft. 25 each. Matting at 10c a yard and op. per 40c per Boat all wool Carpets, 50o yard. All wool temnan's. yard. Very heavy half wool Carpets, 30c per yard. A few pieces of Body Brussels left at 85c; Roxbury Tapestry Car pets at 65c. Good Tapestry Carpets, st 60s per pard. Tapestry Portion as low as $J.M a pair. Best Opaque shading by the yard in all widths very cheap to close out. All wool ingrain ruga, large Una of French Wilton, Moqaet ad Smyrna rugs very low. W. S. HOLBROOK, 103, 105, 107 East Second street. DAVENPORT The hf Summer Shoe sale It Is a Shoe Time not to be mUsed. Prices are not matched in any store you know, cannot be matched ex cept at a money loss by the seller. h 4 fi 6 S S 5 S BF.TTV. S. L. Wounnritx, Committee. VI 21 S5 J W. Amt 8 in no 10 Ml 14 11 M IS CO IS KO li Hi Vi "."0 l:t in If 0 Yi m K 4.0 is no I 2 CO II .) 1 ) M HI ?l W I t 4(1 II Ml 15 TO 14 hi 11 tl 14 : 1 1.1 . 15 IU Upon motion the board adjourned. Hialmar Koiilhu, Clerk., Tee Atous. only luc a woek. Ministers Should Use Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. Men's Fine Shoes At f 1.50, worth from 5 to f G. There are none better. At f 3. worth from $3.60 to f t. 50. B P. Smith Sobs Co make. At 12.50. worth from $3 to f3.50. W. C. Brien Shoe Co. M GRADES PEOPOSTIOXAIELl CLT IXPKlfES a pair, lace See our Men's Shoes at SI or congress. See our Men's Tan Shoes at S1.50 a Former price fl.tw aud 53.2s. pair, Women's Shoes at $2.50 Width from A to E. worth from $3 to f3.50, lace and batlou. a true saving ot one dollar a pair Women's Oxfords at fl.25, worth from $1.50 to $2.50. dark, choco late, medium or black vici kid There is a deliberate money lots in each sale. Ask to see our Indies' Button, Shoes for $1. Also ladies' ixlord at fie and STc. Sxx-ial sale on Ladies' Tan Shoes, f iW for Jl.to. DOLLY Spot Cash Shos Store ?07 Twentieth street UNTIL August We will continue to make the best Red and Black Rubber plates for $6 and $8. Then the price will be raised; but we will always make Gold Crowns. 22 K, for - - $5 Bridge work and Teeth without plates 5 Gold Filling, Silver Filling. SI Tip 50c up TH7.IIS 13 KO rSOFE?3IOX, wfeoso labors so severely tax tbo rier-rousi. vs- tei, a.i thr.tcf the ministry. The de rangement of the cerve centers of the brair by over work, frequently brings on attacks of heart troupe, and nervous prostration. Itcv. J. I'. luster, M. I)., Pastor U. B. church, London ."'.Ulls, I Hi., himself a physi cian, writes Fi'b.30rl59.: Heart aUral ion and rierrous prostration had becouta so scrions last fail that a littlorcr work in the pulpit would ao completely prostrate me TT Mil PC tDat lt seemed certain I i . units D.u.t rcIlri(;uish le work KC2Xt Clire ot the oi'nfy entirely. . Heart palpitation became lSlCr2S so bad that n.y auditors TTaolfU would at ma If I did not nCailll...... have heart disease. IjLot Kovcmbcr I commenced taklns Dr. Mi!c-;' Jew Ilcatt Cnro alternately with Xr. Miles' Xerrine a:;U Ocrived tha preatest possliilc benefit. I have ju-;t closed revival work of 10 weeks, preaching nearly every cigiit mncl twice on the Sabbatn. I ran speak tor hour:, without suCcriuz as I formerly did. Hard working ministers should keen l)r. Miles' grand remedies on hand." Dr. Mllei" Heart Cure is sold on guarantee. first bottle will bea&Ht or money refunded. r?!"! liver and prcxluccs headache f lizzins.lob3 of apttctite, dissrusii .yi ioou, co?.ieu lonjjue. cucsuua" tion. pnd bilious fover if ncgl-ct- oa. a positive CUE is found in Dr. Kay's SHRenovatorh u i-.THAtra, of An:t, InwaCl writes; I have taken Dr. Kn'n ln-ii We guarantee a positively painless extraction with our celebrated local anaesthetic ap plied to the 'gums no gas, ether, chloroform, and no danger for 50c, and free hen plates are made by us. We have the best operators and bridge workmen ever in Davenport. All men have had from 10 to 15 years' experience. All work guaranteed for ten years. COME AND CONSULT US FREE. New York Dental Parlors, DR. LAUSR, Proprietor. 115 East Third street. - Davenport, la BARGAINS IN VVall Paper 1 h?y will tell you at the store. Adams Wall Paper Co.9 310, 512 and 314 Twentieth utrert ovainr rorcoEsttnation &BIUOUS- I jN;6!S. and It has itiven the test of at-f J druc-fists M -i5 eta., nnd !.( or neni C'iv tr.Ell 40iniha. !. Send IT.B. J. Kay Medical Co i .rU. Sond fclaniD for ji 2 T. H. THOMAS, Sole Agent Ladies who value a refined complexion mtwt sn Poxaowt'a Powdsb. It produces a soft aad beautiiul fciii. 2. 21. BKIGGS, Real Estate, Insurance, Loins AXD HOUSES TO SENT. Office 1808 Second Ave., Bosk Island. TTra oa has4 'Z tt In fi-vr.'Jl E.V. .Jas4 euytsru; jurt tan c.y limic-; nl wter:low b.xe, and eteay innreM. T.i. low on Tlilrty-tMr.tn ctroet ni Pllm'k evnr. tiunrri iltcN of nrnwltr 1 M dty tar SiestoreLUaniiood. C3. HOTTS SCRYERUE POLS. Tb freat ira if fcr aervous prtmmtum and - , f. ermtlr orwaM Vy 1 ;4ich mm Hrrewum m i wmf f-rostratlaa. abulia aw oiaa cmjw. Fuin lal Imm. Menusl Worry. HfTtlr lueoflo rw at Of '"t. wnKll hA toOaniftlua mft lnoar-liy. Wita ry S vrt m- n wriv tea ruaranv! to enr or relinl tbe rn.m-y. biM at UAH per box. bores for 5. . & wrra l,ltctt UtaVaSI. UrwUaa, Ua Ma by T. H-Taaa as, Artiak