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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 194.
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mm a ft aW'ara, mt MaM ar M
ITmncw, Kimuatod Mother.,
ON HENNEPIN'S BANKS.
Cm Prntpitrntimn, StMptnw
nem, wmmm hcrakiac awa (A
aw w atlas; iaMlty arwrMlaf a sain
Ka4 r, tnflVrtaf iKm ay rca-pUlat fmllar to Um resale art, COA-MTORA h
w..rla vtrrythiic to yno. trtt'fi f adr, atarW "Coaaalttaf IVaartaieat," are
rra k)nlrtaa aeljr. HU-fliORA VX, H.G.COUMX.fae'y, Whaatwa, !.
Sustain Home Industry
lataraalkax Ghmalaa m tka Twwa af
Milax. Jan. 17. William Rare
jar. inuin it son ana son kod-
ert, who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Vance, Mrs. Wilson's parents.
returned to their home in. Farnet.
I Kansas. Mrs. Wilson's son was very
much pleased with this locality, and
we note in mc near future to gain
Lis residence in this vicisitv. All
we wish is that this country was fall
of Wilsons, especially it they were
all as jovial as onr Inciid Jack, of
The dance at Mr. Roberts, on the
Schwenegar farm, could have been
called a success, had it not been for
Pork Gilmore's pork.
Hat sale at Blackburn A- Co.'s
Wahl's medicated healing soap.
Hats at half price at Blackburn A
Bread contest at Long's srrocerv
Friday, Jan. 19.
Now is the time to bny. $5.00 hats
go at $3.50 at Blackburn & Co.'s
Every lady should send a loaf of
bread to Long's grocery for the poor.
Leave your laundry orders at 1820
Second avenue. Harper house block.
We mean what we say. frames that
cost $1.00. at 59 cents at Blackburn
t o. s
16 Sophia Hall to Mclntire A Me-
Phail. lot 5, block 9, Wait and Walk
er's add.. Remolds, $400.
William Nvenhuis to Charles
Schanland, tract by metes and
bounds, aw 23. 16, Sw, 1550.
Call at Blackburn & Co.'s and pick
the accident which happened to Miss out a hat. They must go at 53 cents
..am. a - : I . - i .1
1G Estate of Hattie Crosbr. Re
port of distribution and receipts of
distributees filed and approved and
Estate of Charles Coppens. .There
being nothing in the estate and let-
ters of administration being only
necessary in order to get the money
on an international money order for
$57 to be nsed for burial expenses of
deceased, it is ordered that said es
tate be declared closed and clerk's
Calling for Rook Island
Brewing Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere
The Rock Island Brewing Compny. success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, 1.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is botted at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Jennie Beattie. Wiiile
home in company with Sam Bing-
man, the ouggy upset and threw
! Miss Beattie out, and it is thought
her arm is broken.
Ross Criswell. of Milan, received
the sad tidings that his eldest
brother, Dave Criswell, of Dwight,
Kansas, was lying at the point of
death from rheumatism of the heart.
Mr. Criswell was a former resident of
Bowling township, and will lie re
membered by many of onr residents.
The sale of the Adams estate was
held on Saturday at 2 o'clock, Willis
Ifcnn as auctioneer. About 50 per
sons attended. David Adams bought
I ds 16 and 17 for $132, and Mrs. M.
I J. Kennedy secured lots 4 and 5 for
:Wv. The house where Mrs. Adams
lives was left as widow's dowry.
Saturday evening about 24 people
came in on Robert Adams and sur
prised him. The occasion was Mr.
Adams' 53.1 birthday. The evenin?
was spent in social chat, after which
a tine supper was prepared. Robert
Downs made some tine candy for the
James Keel had quite a narrow es
cape aturday forenoon. While
hauling ice across the canal bank.
the wagon overturned and wedged
Mr. Kell lietween the wagon and the
fence. Jim is around with a cane
The class in book-keeping met in
the schocl house Wednesday evening.
At present there is only four in the
class but others are expected to join.
Mat Johnson has some of the finest
9-inch lee in this vicinity, and is
only waiting for a little cool spell,
and he will shin an enormous amount
Marshal Reynolds and Po'iceman
Lane asssisted Wilkes Haves to his
home Wednesday evening
tSCORTO RATED CtEB THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Sayings Bank,
Rock Islaxo,' III.
0 M trm a. av to a. bv, aaj Saurtaj ercataft fraa 1 to S attack.
1 Five tr cant I a teres t paid on Deposits. Money loaned oa Personal col
lateral r Real Eatata nacurity.
f . L aTTCUtt, Trrfu W C. DK5KMAS9. Yka hat' i. U. BUFOED, Ckthtot
r. L. aitckan. r. cjMrk-w. Ja crharh. rsn mtnuu. a. p. huo, l.
Hun. J. M. Baforrt, Jnaa Vol.
Bevi torts Joli a. tan, m-.i occaro Ua aoathaast ecraarof Mitch!! trade's acw aaOdiat
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne.
B. P. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and Shop 325 Eightccota SUet
aarAOktadsef Carptatar wort a spanaltf. na
ROOK ISLAND. ILL.
i ilia ii to fni 1 etaaarMDdlaci
C. J. W. CCHRCirJCR,
Contractor and Builder.
Ml tm PnnA
ra aa4 ssr'"nn fril-k4 aa all el
lasiua run mi
alt MOT far WUkrt Pal
a .StfUam lii HUH
a little too much 'hon extract."
llev. . N. MiriUis.oinoct Island.
preached in the Presbyterian church
last Sunday atternoo'a. Rev. Kerr
will preach next Sunday.
Aiiout 25 ol our people attended
the Blumenbcrg concert at Harper's
theatre Saturdav evening. Allure-
port a good concert.
Ired Jenkins received nmte agasb
over the eve, the result of a collision
with Arthur O'Neal, while skating.
We wonder whv Ted and fid don't
come to Milan of tcner to see their
Miss I'errine. who has been quite
sick with the grippe, is getting bet
We wonder why the law regarding
bicvcles on sidewalks is not enforced?
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woermann left
for St. Louis Tuesdav evening.
J. S. MoKee, of Galva. is visiting
at Mrs. J. C. Adams.
John Gilniore was putting up ice
Troposals will be received bv the
mavor and chairman of the fire and
light committee of the city of Rock
Island. III., until Jan. Z5, 1894. at A
o'clock p. in., for supplies needed in
the extension of the tire department
of said city, viz:
Two two-borsc hose wagons, wun
I full line of equipments, including
one SO-foot extension and one 14-foot
single ladder. Each wagon to weigh
not more than 2.100 pounds, and to
be so constructed as to carry two fire
extinguishers. Workmanship and
material to be guaranteed.
Two double sets ol tire department
swinging harness, with Noe's patent
hane and hangers for harness. One
set of single harness. One single
buck-board wagon for tire chief.
Three horses suitable lor nre de
The city has the right to reject
any and all bids.
m . . . ,
1. J. HlDim 4B.,
Chairman of Fire and Light Com
Rock Island, 111., Doc 29, 1893.
oa the dollar,
The Argi s subscription list con
tinues to grow, fcieven new names
were added yesterday.
Bring vour bread made from Best
on Record flour to Long's grocery,
Friday, before S o'clock.
Host loaf of bread made from Best
on Record flour, entitles the ladv to
196 pounds of flour free.
The ladies of the First M. E. church
will give a supper in the church par
lors frriday evening. Jan. 36.
Leave vour packages for the Mo-
line Electric laundrv at 1820 Second
avenue. Harper house block.
The Moline Electric laundry has
opened a branch office in the room
occupied by Mcllugh's ticket office
and the Postal Telegraph company.
It doesn t make tne small boy any
happier to think that his mother is
using one of her new Christmas
slippers to give him a spanking with.
The Rice. Wolford & Sheridan
Dramatic company concluded its S-
nights'' engagement at Harper's the.
atrc last evening, presenting the
"Mystic Mountain." At the after
noon matinee Shadows of a Great
Citv" was presented. On the ffuess
of the number of coins displayed in
the window of the Harper house
pharmacy Harry Ohlwcilcr guessed
19. the actual number being 21,
and won the prize ol fo. The com
pany has made a good impression in
The next meeting of the Rock Is!
and county 1 armors' Institute will
lie held ot Hillsdale, Friday, Jan. 26.
After the opening exercises in the
morning, address of welcome bv U,
W. McMurphv, and resionse by the
president. E. H. Keninster will dis
cuss "Farm Equipment." In the
afternoon John Chall will talk of
Choice and Improvement of Varie
ties ot Crops." and W. F. Eastman
of Farm Statistics."" In the even
ing Fred Osborn will talk of the
Usefulness of Agricultural Journals
to the Practical Farmer," and Rev.
E. W. Thompson of "Rural District
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. SO: 2821 SIXTH AYESUZ.
Shop co VIA 8tiMt 'OCK 1SLAKD.
Tort Bvkos, Jan. 17. F. S.
Gates, of Milncr, Ark., who has been
in town since Saturday evening, left
for home today via St.'Louis.
L. C. Trent is still courting this
E. N. Hollistcr was in Rock Island
Dr. Warren Hunter, of Hampton,
was in town last evening.
We arc glad to say that W. H. De
Yore's health is improving.
Lewis Dow, oldest son of Steward
Dow of the county farm, is attending
the academy in this town.
E. G. McRoberts of Coc. who has
been confined to his house with rheu
matism for several weeks, is again
able to le about.
The soft weather ha3 made business
in town rather dull for" a few davs.
and a great many are complaining
ol bad colds and grippe.
Michael Berry's little daughter,
2-years old. died Monday morning.
The funeral was held at Rapids City
on Tuesday at 10:30 a. m.
Mrs. C. Delcber, who has been in
California for some months, arrived
in town on Saturday. She is stop
ping with her sister, Mrs. George
Those who have their ice crop se
cured are inclined to laugh .at those
who are waiting for thicker ice. The
river is open both above and below
this point, and crossing here is un
Rev. R. W. Xewlands is holding
preaching services in the Congrega
tional church every evening this
week. The meeting's are well at
tended and very interesting.
In Lyons, Iowa, on Wednesday,
Jan. 10, James J. Cary and Miss Lil
lian Clark were married. The groom
is one of Port Byron's boys, and the
bride a resident of Lvons. They
Inasmuch as the vaccination order
of the state board of health is being
enforced in this county, at the pres.
ent time, a few hints in reference to
the vaccination of children may be
useful to parents, and others who
may have children under their con
trol. The following suggestio'
were prepared by a physician of this
1. Ve sure that the general
health condition of the child is good
lhiscanbe determined only by a
Z. .Never use humanized virus.
1 he practice that prevails to some
extent of vaccinating from arm to
arm is dangerous, and should never
3. Alwavs use cow-pox virus, and
nave tne wort done by quauned pnv
sician. It would be well to speak to
him in advance, so as to give bim
time to obtain good virus, and insist
that he shall use only fresh virus.
4. Above all things see that the
scab is not loosened, see a physician
at once for nearly every case of bad
results from vaccination arises from
the loosening of the scab, which ad
mining air causes the formation of
pus (matter), and this being ab
sorbed gives rise to ulceration
blood-poisoning and kindred ill
la Oldrn Times
People overlooked the importance of
permanently benclicial effects, and
were satisfied with transient action;
bat now that it is generally known
that Syrup of Figs will permanently
cure bamtual constipation, well in
formed people will not buy other
laxatives, which act for a time but
finally injure the system.
Nolle to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the city clerk's office. Rock Island,
111., until Monday, Feb. 6. 1894, at 5
o'clock p. m.. for the building of a
scale house and pavilion for the citv
f Rock Island, 111. Plans and spec-
tications on tile at the city clerk's
All bids must bo accompanied with
certified check in the sum of f 100.
payable to the order of the city of
Rock Island, 111., which shall become
forfeited to said city incase the bid
der shall fail to enter into contract
ith approved surieties, to execute
the work for the price mentioned in
bis bid, and according to the plans
and specifications, in the event that
the contract snail lie awarded to him.
The city reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Kock Island, 111., Jan. 17, 189t.
T. J. Medill, Jr., Mayor.
A. D. Hi tsix. City Clerk,
For Sale Cheap.
The following payments on special
assessments are now due, and after
March 1. will be delinquent, from cmme down to P t BTroa- Wednesday
. m Mr 1 1 1 im rl tlfKl - 1 . - . . . .
evening, ana returned to Lyons mac
which date, cots will be added:
T-lid taftatliaca. oa Fourta sad Plfia avera.
Taint ! laMrt. TUrdaveaataad Siactacath
linn, wraat So. M. .
roat HMaUacat,a Twcatteth atrcrt, war
rant Ho. Ut.
roar a iuUdlneB?, Sec ad aycaae, warrant
avrcad iaa'siltBeat. roartk sveaaa, warrant
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I ram no Krauawou "'-
I All masunaeaia, vvwawci aK,
F Al'lnialrtaamta. rixtora a atr.a-, wamat Kx
The chefewtWir Iter. Betred Ctar thww tend VllZZZZZL
WMhBV I JIM Trara aacaa. warrant So. !.
I rirataaa cn4 Iat4ll noata. av a-arata,
SiLetoaatk aa4 T-aoatv-tkaw strcrta. warns
J. r. Eaanaxa. I L. If. Bcpokd. City Collector,
3S2 aXOir-3, ftt-fiator.
Plnmbeio, Stcm, Geo Fittoro.
House Heatiaf aad Saailary Plkaibiaf.
Peoples Natloaal Bank.
.teck blaaVi Sat Buk.
Jrakia-am. Mr F
Uutnaa. alrJ B
atarpar. ana I m.
Mufc ar, Mr Waltrr
aaorfLoau aua x j
Taxes are bow due ana payaoie at Manaa. xtrhaai
county treasurer's offica, eourt house . r .
Ceipt. ldwauj Dkiiurixu,
K. Ki. V a-atg, WDHtJ. VVUKMH- 1 J,
night, where they have rented a cot
tage, aad will commence housekeep
ing at once. Mr. Cary is a river en
gineer, and is engaged for next sea
son an the steamer Lady Grace, one
of the fleet owned by C Lamb
AtnrtM Ua So. M.
LM o letter ancaOca tor a the
Sack Irlaad, UL. im la.1894:
Arori. wisi naJs
larr a. Oeo D
Pimir. alr at
rateiaaa. aTiaa Lore.ta
PMcraaa. Mr J f
Moot. Mr arc
aaaarrar, Mra Ifcggki
aiare i, Viar Mar
Oaorry, Mr Jaataa .
TMaaa. M- B.t
Wood worth. Wl
Gatstoria Is Dr. Samael Pitcher's prescription for InCwts
' MdCbnAreib It contalas neither Opium, Slorplttne bjc
ether Karcotio rahstonca. It U n harmless eubstitat
for Paresorlc. Drops, Soothlcs Gyrnps, and Castor OIL
It Is Pleasant. Its cnarantco it thirty years mo by
HUIloss of Mothers. Costoria destroys Worms auid allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiJin Sour Card,
tinres Diarrheca and "Wind Colic Castoria rellcTOS
tcethlns troubles, cures constipation and flatnlescy.
Cahtoria assimilates t'ao food, regulates tbo stomach
and bowels, glvinj healthy and natural sleep. Cos
toria is tUo Cbildrens Panacea the Mother's Friend.
flat i nil la aa eiwrUent DKdlctM for fl-aiao-
M othera turs ropratedljr fcild caa of its
good affect ajca their children. "
Da. G. C Ocooob,
Cmstnrla is the best reroMy for chllilRB ot
hick I kai arqiaintrd. I hopn lht lar Is not
fardixtapt brn rooUirTa willconsi.lcr the rral
totortat ot their children, aail use Castoria in
stead oT tar various quack nostrums which are
aVatroalas their lored ones, by forcingatjiuin.
aaorphlaeV soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down tbrir thrnata, thereby acnrtlns
tam to premature ctts."
Dk. J. F. Kmcacis,
" Cartoria !s mo well lspted tochntreaSao
I rcuiusicoJ it asufcriurUiajrXoaertBlea
kaowa to Be."
H. A. Aacnc,X Dl,
lit So. Oxford St., Croaatra. 2L T
Osr phraicIaEa in the chOdrea'a
incnt biT9 cpoken highly ct their i
ence in tiieir outside practJee with i
and altlicugb, wo only baxo amotf; oar
medical supplies what U kaowa as tesular
prodocta, ji we are free to oanfcaa that tao
merits ot Castoria Las won ua ta look was
laror uioa it.
Csrm nosmai. ax Pwiaaaat,
Aun C Sam. fres..
TWa CtfMfo" Caapaarx, TT SEasray Street, Koar Tevk City.
'WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A oomplete Una of Hpe, Brass Goods, Packing Hom,
Yin Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
1 12. 1 14 West Sovanteanth at.
Bastdaaoa Talaohona 1 1 AO
DA VIH tujuuji. atfoline, HI
1S03 Second Arenas;
etc., inquire at I
To the Users of Best on
The manufacturers of Best on Rec
ord as well as their agents, George
V. Aster & Co., of this city, feel
highly complimented with the re
ception rou have given their flour
the past rear. In fact, are feel in j
so cood over it they propose to rive
some " one of their lady friends a
whole barrel of floor free. This is
the way they propose to do it: Every
oser of Best on Kecord flour is here
by invited to send to C. J. Long's
grocery on Second avenue and Nine-1
tecntn street, opposite the Harper
house,, one or more loaves of bread
made from Best on Record flour. The 1
Ladies" Belief societv will appoint ai
committee to pass upon the bread.
and to the lady making the best bread
we will deliver
A Barrel of
Best on Record Flour.
All the bread entered ia the con
test will be distributed through the
Ladies1 Belief society to the poor of
the city. All users of Beat oa Record
are expected to tend ia some bread
for the sake of the poor. If you are
not s user of onr flour, yon can be-1
come one in time to contribute to I
this cause. Over thirty grocer ia
kock isiana aeu . . ask yonr gro-1
cera snoot it, ana watca tao papers
iot um oay m um ooateat.
Fifth Avenue Pharmaey.
HORST VON KOECKR1TZ,
Analytic aiOispsm Pharmacist
la row located ia aia new building at tie corner ot Fifth a vena
and Twenty-third street.
Tra taoroaga laatacoaa (Iea at laia School la wariaed ay sun taaa Ma alflaraat lVeala
aatng their Steacata
IIS and 114 Ens. Seconl 8treet, DAVEMPORr, IOWA.
It U.Htjmoh. M- J. P.1UU
HUDSON & PARKER.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
AH kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. EsUaaaSts
Shop oor First aws. and Mwrontaanth tt. Rock Island.
8EIVEB8 6 AHDEES0N.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
All E2aa et CarpsmitaT Work Dana.
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