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h (he lost remedy for
all couplainta peculiar
A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY bVa HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled 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.
See our spring
And summer Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invitee! to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. E. ZIMMER,
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
J. T. JDIXOjNT
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
The Young America
And AIl-Nlfjht Lunch Counter.
Cnl l s!. by ( -rr rrrtton. r1hroI errors cwewive aw of v.ti
J rA,'n Wimniant which ., to InK-i-mltr. CnnMimprini, nnd In
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I'UOUk A.NU mtU IKINU. a.Uit KfcUVK kKKU CO.. Tcaapie. :hiii, ,
'or isle in Book Island by Hart A Ullmeyer druggist 801 12th st
City 13us and Express Line.
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive
TTt!BBBTisgB ft BPEffCEB, Frcpi,
iwnMIP10"' 80051 tk
holla mi, rnt for lo eeats la
1 Per Bottle at Dragglit,'
ivk. irisi oize lent By ;
Lntrni for advice Harked ,
"Consulting Ttopartment" an
-n l.y car physic-inns only.
zo pot mtotcmt co,
H. i. Column, S,
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. .Beer.
1707 SECOND AVENUE-
210 Seventeentb St.
vt pMt.t. By mnil prepaid tn pimn mx tn any
THE ARGUS. THURSDAY", MARCTI 29, 1894. 7
24 Patrick Ic to William E.lel
man, lot 25, block 4, Ji. F. Arculan
us' ad1., Hampton, $1.
W. T. Whitehead to H. L. Black
man, lot 8. block 2, Blackmail's add.,
Ludwijr Susemihl to Desire Braet,
si lot 8. block 52. Chicago or Lower
add.. Rock Island, $600.
26 Mary A. Nutter to Clara B.
Tagjjart, part assessor's lots 2 and 3.
S3. 18. Iw.t2.100.
'V. C. Nutter to Ferdinand Ta'
rart, part assessor's lot 3, 33, 18. lw,
2C Assignment of I. B. S..iidcr? &
Ron. j Proof mt not ice. I.Ssf of cred
itors and report of assignee- tiled.
27 Kstate of James Bcrcrt. In
ventory, appraisement bilf and wid
ow b awum yicu ana approved.
Estate of James K. btull. Inven
tory and appraisement bill filed and
Guardianship of Ollie Youn".
Guardian's report filed and ap
proved. . 1
Estate of Jurjjen Khlers. Final
report of administrator tiled and ap
proved and order of distribution.
Estate of Joseph (iarnett. Order
approving final report and settle
ment and for distribution. Report
of distribution tiled and order ap
proving same and discharirine cvecu
lor. - Lirrnwd to ffnl.
March 24. Douglas Smith. Daven
port; Hanna Leahy, West Libert v.
2i. W. B. Pineo, Ella Brink.Cor
dova. 27- J- F. Wclander. Sophia Lof
Manning Karr, Josic Mason, Port
Guy E. (Jetty, Cordova Mary L.
Whiteside, Port Bvron.
tSupervlKor-g Upper t.
STATK OF ILLIM), I
IOm K ImLAMI I'ol'NTW (
IWli nf U T . ' 1 ... .
The fliwip I a n, teinem Jiv i nil Sihnvi
iUt, t.iiporrM)r of ih u,u of Ko;k liin.l. in 1 c
uinntvMid tnti nlorf rt. r muni of pul.ll
fnrts re!vrt anU cxwn.lrn l.vhini ilurii.tr Hie
fl-ral year-jmit tirn.d. cnoin" on thp iw nlr
.v.lll 1 dny of Marrb. IK'.U. H.owii.s tt.e am. Mint
or puhl.c funds on hnd ni u.e rnmram of
md floral jrrar; the amount of pohlH funds
rc.-ivfd. ami irom h.i ourcin n.-c-ved; th;
atnouni of public f.n.o!. rsprndn:, and for whit
pi.ruo.p-ixpcndcrt, lii.r.n- raid fiscal vcar.eid
lnaxafcreraid. riHUS K CEIVt I), AKn FROM WHAT SOPUOS UI-
El . Ell.
Amount of public fund on hunt at tlie
cr.miu-nccnipni or l h.- Iiu:il vi-ar. cobj-nit-iicin
oo tbo twiuiy -fifbih cay of
w- ni-t.rncii irom icwnsnip c ai.ector
i --..-Li,- ui i-iu.ccLort cjrami&&iju
lu'jr -.0. Town tax "
rCX. S EXrENHED AMI FOR WHAT I-fKPOjES EX
Mnrrh S3. David Hawes, 1 day's ocnice
S. oo!ie, 1 dny's a.ricc luditins ac
counts l an
Conrau Schneider 1 Uay u st nict auditins
Kobrrt Kochler, 1 diy's aurvice aud line
Conrad ticnr ldcr. t-e'siirerafe-cs""!!'.!
non(.'rc ioinier. sparrow liouiity
Koliert Kochler. clerk's fees !"""
April 7. Judti H. Cleland, 1 duy'a ser-
tii i i.auinrj t, I ! . . . . ........ .... ....
W. J. Gambit . t ftv'g pi'rv w rj.tivu
C nrad chaeidcr, 1 day service cauvas-
R.ibiri Kneh'.cr, 1 day's s:nice canva-
April SB. Kob?rt K ehler. c!erk'- fee.. .
JiineSti. Conrad Schneider 1 dayV ser-
vices rt-vieninff a-s'-j-smrm
J- 11. C'K land, 1 day 'a service reviewins;
A. I Hueain?, 1 daj's stT.icc reviewing
Sept. 5. Conrad Schneider, 1 dtj's ser-
vicc. audilli g Inard
II. A Weld, 1 days service, atiditinc
David lldwcs. 1 day's aerviej, auditinpr
A. I. ilni'.'ii,)-, 1 day'e setrirc, aniiitinir
"rd l so
I. H. Cleiand. a'f esor's fees Mil Ml
Oily of hock Isiupd. election expenses. ... 71K :i
A. li. LHcsin, clerk s fci tt:, uu
March ST, 1SDI. To I ulai.ee. ca-h on hatd 77 20
The slid Conrad Febneider bc-inR dnlrsw.irn.
ioth deimse aid say that the fore-.'o.nc suit-mem
by him subscribed, is a true and correi t stiiiemnit
of llie amoni'.t of public funds on band at the com
mencement of the fiscal year above slated, the
amount of public fllfios recoivefl. and the sources
from wheh received and the amount exitcnded
uudrurp-ses for which expend. d as set forth in
the foregoing statement
Subsctibed and sworn to b.fore mc this 27lli day
oi narcn, A. 11. IS 4
i DAV.D HAWK',
-(seal. - Ji.stxe of tne Pe"cc
( , COXRAD sCHNEIDalt.
Royal Ruby" Kye Whisky
Is a "Rye ai ia a Bye," naturally ripened and
free from all foreign flavor and adulterants, g-aar.
antccd pure and over eleven years of ase, rccoui
mended to the cocnoisacur as a xneritorioui arti
cle worthy of the conflier.ee of Invalids, conva
lescents and the aed. Sec that our name is
blow u in bottle . ,
ROYAL KI BV" PORT WINE,
pnre, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convab scents and the aged. It rettery's
lost vitality, ctCJtcs strength and appetite, builds
up the weak and debilitated. Qnarts.fl. I'lnts,
W cents. Put up on honor and t uamnteed by
ROYAL WISE, CO , Chicago.
For sale at Ilarpcr House Phirmacy. and by
William Clcndenin, Koline.
Land-seekers' excursion. On Jan.
9. Feb. 13. March 13," April 10 and
May 8, 1894, low rate excursion tick
ets may be had at the 'Burlington"
office to all points in Texas. Final
limit of tickets. 30 days from date of
sale. For particulars apply to
M. J. Young,
Agent, Kock Island.
II. D. Mack, D. P. A.
The usual treatment of catarrh is
very unsatisfactory, as thousands
can testify. Proper local treatment
is positively necessary to. success.
but many, if not most, ot tne rem
edies in general use afford but tem
porary relief. A cure certainly can
not be expected from snuffs, pow
ders, douches and washes. Ely's
Cream Balm, which is so highly
commended, is a remedy which com
bines the important requisites of
quick action, speciuc curative power.
with perfect safety and pleasantness
to the patient. The druggists all
Port Br kon. March 29. The storm
is pretty rough on the robliins Mid
other song birds, which migrated loo
soon. ' j
J. F. Normand is again proprietor
of the meat market.
Mrs. Belle Woodward is moving
into the Ashdown house, near the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skelton arc
rejoicing over the arrival of a little
daughter at their home.
, The cold weather is driving the
ducks to shelter, and the hunters
this week are bagging them ijuitc
The "Deestrict Schnle" comes on
'3' degrees. If all goes well, they
epectto.lK5 ready for exhibition
Tuesday evening, April 10.
Some people were much exercised
for fear a juarry was to be opened
up in the heart of. town, but the fact
is that Dr. Bruner is only making a
The blizzard which is raging to
day has stopped business of all
kinds. The lime kiln men could not
work in the rjuarries; in fa-t. all out
ot door work is at a stand still.
This seems to bo live stock week.
On Monday. Pearsall Bros, shipped
one car load of horses and one of
hogs. Swank & llollistor one carload
"f cattle, and S. A. Wilson live car
loads of cattle. On Tuf-sdav, Sam
Kylcr shipped three car loads of cat
Married, March 2H, at 7 p. in., at
the residence nf Mr. aid Mrs. John
Sutherland. Manning Karr, of Coo,
and Miss Josie Mason, of Port Bvron.
J'he ceremony was performed bv
Rev. L. II. ColTman. The happv
eonple will at once commence house
keeping, the groom having rented
the farm of Miss Mary Wreath.
Milan, March 29. Susie Adams
and Nettie McMichacI have the
The 1-month old child of Frank
Smith died last Thursday, and was
buried in the Dickson cemetery Sat
urday at 2 o'clock.
1-M Xice, the barber, took a hunt
ing trip Monday, and shot a few
ducks, but thev fell on t he ice and
Ivi couldn't get them, which made
him feel sick. He went to work
again Wednesday morning.
Mrs. John Johnston rave a fare
well dinner io honor of Miss Mueller,
of Lafayette, Ind., who has Itcen vis
iting here for some time. A good
time was had bv all. Several ladies
of Searstown were over. Mrs. Muel
ler left on Fridav morninrr for her
Out of Iilwa Nominal lo is.
Iu Reynolds there is but one ticket
in the held. It includes: Town
clerk, W. J. Mclntire: assessor, A.
F. Young: collector, H. B. Carpen
ter; commissioner, W. H. Parks;
school trustee. Jacob A. Carpenter:
pound masters, Bcniamin Carlson.
In Black Hawk the tickets are:
Democratic Supervisor. Joseph
Fitzpatrick; town clerk. Jacob Ad
ams; assessor. David C. Davis; col
lector, F. 11. Harris; highway com
missioner, Jacob A. Yandruff. P.c
publican Supervisor. R. B. Olm
sted; clerk, (ieore W. Smith; asses
sor, W- L. Heath; collector, F. C.
McMuhacl; commissioner, F.lmiir
In Canoe Creek the tickets are:
Lnion Supervisor, C W. McMur
phy; town clerk, C. II. Nundle: as
sessor. A. tJ. Brewster; collector, R.
H. 1101; commission, John Cain:
overseers, C. Goodrich. F. II. Buck
ley; justice, A. Ti. Brewster. Peo
ple's Supervisor, Rolert Woodburn:
assessor, J. II. Barton; commission
er, J. F. Butzcr; overseers, C. Good
rich, C. C. Dillin. P. 11. Buckley.
The opposing tickets in Zuma are:
uemocratic lowu clerk, William
A old: assessor, George Schafcr; col
lector, rred Behrendt, Jr.: commis
sioner, Charles Filbert; constable,
Ira Wainwright: school trustee,
Samuel Brvant. Republican Town
clerk, Samuel S. Bcal; assessor, Ly-
mail uaney; collector, t.eorge
Wainwright; commissioner, Charles
II. Osborn; conHable, Horace J.
Bull; school trustee, Oliver E. Tol
son. Aunual Election.
The annual election of officers of
the Diamond Jo Line steamers was
held in the company's general office
in Dubuque last Friday, and the for
mer officers were reelected excepting
the secretary. This change was
made necessary by the resignation of
F. A. Bill, now" wi'th the Hot Springs
railroad, A. L. Dawley being up
pointed. J. p. Lusk assumes the
title of general passenger agent in
addition to the general freight agent.
The officers for the ensuing year
are as follows:
President E. M. Dickev.
Superintendent J. Killeen.
Secretory A. L. Dawley.
General Passenger and Freight
Agent J. P. Lusk.
The Moosra fvniitM', iin
The modern Pandora of fashion and foliv
n-i,wciK!u ine oox of the Ills of her kii.d:
Hence weakness a d sickness with cuUs luelar
ehoiy, uch siffsrinir of bodv and worry rt mind.
This host of complaints, this leifion of pain.
Has harrasami ibe lives .f all ot t w sex.
For relief arall thev ssek frever in vain!
And most they still sutler dis-rdera complex?
Ab! No! or H.ndora nas left In 'he box
A snre cure for ills of all such description,
Vr. """Ir,"01 vmnea each purchaser talks.
Ti- Dr. Pierce'. Favorite Prescription!
Dr. E. V. Pierce. Dear Sir: I have taken the
-Favorite Preecrtution" and I can recommend it
to anybrdy that sutlers with any femele disease.
1 have tried several doctor's prescription, but
none did me tbs gcod that J our did.
Matt Tsaar, Postmistress.
Kherrer H1U, Dallas Co , A's.
Josi.im. March 2S. There?a War
ren, of Hampton, linn Wen visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wain
wright during the last week.
James Adams has purchased what
is known as the Reed homestead
from Alonzo Dunbar.
Rev. Hicks as n weather prophet,
will soon be upon the pinnacle f
fame. He predicted the last cold
snap precisely. Some of our farm
ers have sown oats and some have
made garden. Saturday night's
freeze is not very encouraging.
On Friday last, as advertised, oc
curred the sale of a portion of the It.
B. Joslin estate. Cl. Curtis, mas
ter of chancery, ami S. W. Scarle, of
Rock Island, came up on the morn
ing traiu. Tbe sale commenced at
2 o'clock. It had the appearance for
a time that there would be a very
dull time. There was not a single
bid upon the lirst three lots, which
consisted of 100 acres. The next lot
offered was 78 acres, which joins W.
Whiteside on the east. Alonzo Dun
bar first bid 1.5:)!J. There was then
a very spirited contest between F.
E. Crompton and F. W. Whiteside,
which resulted in F. W. Whiteside
becoming the purchaser at $'.501.
Col. Curtis then after a while came
back to the lirst three lots offered,
which were knocked down to F. E.
Crompton for 2.0'). Twentv-two
acrcsvof timlier were sold to "John
Joslin for $220 or per acre.
Mii.ti m ix Pauvo.
Prnnccnesd Hvlet. Yet Saved.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hurd. of Grotou. S. 1., we quote:
Was taken with a bad cold, vt hich
settled on my lungs. Cough set in
ami tinaliv terminated in consumjt
tion. Four doctors gave me up. sav
ing I could lite but a short time, "i
gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not May with my
friends on earth, I would" meet my
absent ones above. My husband wa"s
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. Coughs and
Odds. I gave it a trial, took in all.
eight bolt Us: it has cured me, and
thank God I am now a well and
heart v woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & B:ihnscns drug store, regit
lar fine, Site and f I.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthv con
Iit ion f all the ital organs. If the
liver le inactive, you bate a bilious
look, if your stomach be disordered,
you hate a dyspeptic look, and if
your kidneys be affected you have a
pirn-lied look. Secure g.Mxl health
and you will have good looks. Elec
tric Bitters m the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cdres pimples,
blotches, boils and gives a good com
plexion. Sold at Hartz & Palmscn's
drug store, otic per bottle
BUCKLES S AKMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cots,
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and positive) rures piles or
no pay required, ft is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 rents per box.
For sale by Harts Ullemeyer
Notice is hereby atiren t iat on Tuesday, tlte
third day of April, in the city or Kick W
an '.Ills . an election will be held for the follow-
uar officers, to-w il :
One Alderman in the First wd for two year.
One Aidnriaan tu the riecond warl for two
ne Aidcman in the TliiH ward for tn years.
One Alderman in t!te Fourth w ld for twj
one Alderman in the Fifth want for two year.
One Alderman in the Sixth w.-ird for two tear.
. One Alderman in the Seventh ward for two
TOWNSHIP OFFICE IU.
One Supervisor far two years.
Two Assistant snn-rrisors for two years.
One Assessor for one year.
tie Collector for oue year.
Which election will lie open at "o'clock in the
rr.iirniiii: and continue open until & o'clock In Ine
af rLcon of that ilay.
Places of rvgislruion and votin? lo'l will be
First Ward Frinklin Bose House
S-con.l Ward l'hoenix Hse House.
1 bird Ward Io. 1.114 Third aver.ua.
Fourth Ward No. 1WI4 Third avenue
Kif a Ward Ucse House, No. 5i5 Twenty -second
f 'Xth Ward Table Hose House.
beventh Ward No 7 School lniK.
A. I. Hi csixo. City and Town Clerk.
Bock Island, 111.. March 7. ISM.
The Burlington route will sell
tickets from Rock Island to San
Francisco, los Angeles. San Diago,
at $29.25, round trip f 19.25. Tickets
now on sale.
II. 1). Mack, I). T. A
For Town Clerk.
J. T. MOFFITT.
For Assessor. .
TIIOS. II. JOHNSTON
WM. J. WILSON
For Commissionerof Highways,
J AS. li. CLARKE.
For School Trustee.
162 J Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
Of Carriages, Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
Mason's Carriage .Works
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam fitting, m
A complete lije of i"jpe. Brats Goods, Peeking Hot,
Fire 13ri?k Etc Largest ani best equipped
estaL'iehsient west of Chir&xo.
, DA VZU tsujvn. Molina, 111 1 1 12. 1 14 West Seranteasxth St.
IKCORPORATED IXUEB THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
' Bock Islaku. III.
Opea ! hosa .. to ap.sji,sti4 feLardar orratrca trosa t ts Ylaak.
Fi per osmt Inianrst paid on Deposl. Kray k-abed o fmnomal ot.
lAtersJ er Real Estate asicurlty.
P.U laTTCHriX, Five's. . T'C. rMIA5. Vice Del JfJ Bt'ffOU, Oaaktac.
t. L. atltcbcll, F. C Ovnkr-siiTi. J.bt. CrSau(. sw-flaj.n p stall, r.
jAcauiua i:cau4. kotmaoca.
I ewlaeai Ja, 190, ari aerate tfce
Contractor and Builder.
Shop. Holly Bote House.
Bef4deno. 410 tTrath etreet.
CC0B6E HTVkFEUi Proprietor.
. MM Bscd Asems. Ooresr l Simnett Stscet, . On Serpsri Ttsstsi
Tto choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigsrs tlwavi en llzzi
Tptot 1 18.
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