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THE ABGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1894.
ffou Saw th6$2Tad
t Sold the Ranges - -
Do You Want a Heating Stove?
Perhaps you think it is not going to be a cold
w.nter and you can get along without another
s ove. Well people have got along without
stoves and froze to death.
We are here to serve
The Public First Class Goods.
Coal Cook Stoves $8.00 and upward.
Coal Heuting Stoves $3.50 and upward.
SKATES IN LARGE VARIETIES.
Boy's Clamp Skates 35 cents per pair.
JOHN T. NOPTSKER,
Corner Third Avenue and Twentieth St.
Dress Makers and Seamstresses
Attend Aadame Kellogg's school of Dress
No re-fitting. No re-basting,
chart or model, but a
Genuine Tailor System,
Such as our Merchant Tailors use. Thorough
Instructious given in the art of
Boning, Finishing, and
Lessons not limited. School oDen dav
Ryan lilock, Second Floor, Davenport.
Coal Vali.iv. rw in r x
Peters is teaching in the Glenn dis
trict. Henrv count v. n
menced last week.
Mrs. Boyd McMichmel is enendin?
A few dav vlsitintr rnlatiro. iri
friends at Port Byron.
It 18 announced that an raton-
tronpe will perform "Queen Esther"
nere on the 22d.
W. Beatv commenced the winter
term of school in the Wright school
on Monday. The fall term by Miss
M. Hanna terminated last week.
William Moore's well still contin
ues to flow. He has the casing on
the ground, and will bave it secured
against caving so as not to stop the
The steward of the county farm
took an insane inmate to the institu
tion for the insane at Jacksonville
last week, and brought back four
with him; three insane, one cured,
which he left in Rock Island.
D. H. Moran had one of his fingers
badly lacerated by a fall of dirt. He
had undermined a bank, and a fall
came unawares and caught his hand
against the wagon that was being
loaded. It was not broken, but badly
There are at the county farm 111
inmates, of whom 65 are insane; 46
are not. The wards for the men are
well tilled. The apartments are
kept in the best of order. The in
mates are well clothed, and fed with
good substantial food. The yards
and surroundings are in perfect or
der. The cemetery has been fixed
up.every grave having been raised and
sods placed around the outer edges,
and the labor was done mostlv by
the inmates. Many of the insane
are much better, and can do good
work. The steward and family and
his assistant are congenial and cour
teous to all visitors.
Mrs. Margaret Williams died on
the 6th, at her home, of neuralgia of
the heart. She was ill but a short
time. The deceased was an aged
lady, was born in South Wales in
1816, being in her 79th year. She
had resided here over thirty years.
She was married in 1837 to Thomas
Williams, who died seven years ago.
She was the mother of 13 child
six of whom are alive, five daughters
ana one son. She was much re
spected. The funeral services were
held in the Primitive Methodist
church, with Bev. Trenery officiat
ing. The procession formed at the
church, thence proceeded to the cem
etery, where the remains were laid to
rest. . ......... ..... .
RASMUSSEIST, FREE GOI
Have just received a beautiful lot of Gold Bow Knot Frames, which
art- liuing given away with every order for their best Cabinet
fliotns. ltcmeniber that they make the finest work at lowest
prices. For example.
Cabinet Photos as low as $i per doz.
And Three-quarter Life-Size Crayon Portraits at $1.50.
Frame included. Don't entrust your valuable originals to strang
ers. Bring them direct to the gallery, and save agents' commis
sion. Don't delay if you want your portraits before' Christmas.
You Can Make
No more useful or acceptable
CHRISTMAS GIFT than a good
Mackintosh. We have a large
Stock of Ladies, Misses, Gentle
men's and Boys. Styles, Qualities
and Price will surely please
you, and now ia the time to
make your selection.
Our Hot Water Bottles
Are the Best Made.
Remember vour horse and buy
him a good Rubber Cover. It
will pay you.
Everything in Rubber at the
Rubber Store, pine
WILSON HAZQET & CO.
207 Brady street, Davenport.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DO DOT MB 03
OAK BB IXH AT
E. F. DORN,
The New Merchant Tailor
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper Haas Block
Dec. 6. Axel Strombeck to James Phicaoo, bock island FAOiriO
unlaw, block 2. Smith's first add.. I Ballway Depot comer Fifth arcane saA
Dualavy. block 2. Smith's first add
Park Ridge. $1,800.
H. L. Wheelan to Manraret McGaa.
lots 6 and IS. block 1, si lot 6, part
lot 7, and lot 12, block 12, block 2,
lots S and 6, block S, and lots 1 . 2.
14 and 18, block 4. SehneH'a add..
Rock Island, $2,000.
Henrv Horst and Emil Peterann in
Hans Rabe et al, 640 feet lot 13, block
2, Cornelius Lvnde's add.. Rock Isl
7. F. P. Lewis to Marcaret Knrtx
8 20 feet lot 7, block 3, Osborn's add.,
Louisa Lewis et al to Joaenh Hon.
d ricks, lot 6, block 1, Hake s add..
Cassius M. Wake to Jere Pearsall.
part sel 15, 19, 2e, part lot 7, sj w
19, 19, 2e, $6,125.
Harriet E. Wells to Oliuer E. Tol
son. el21 acres nl sel 18. 18. 2.
Rosalette Johnston to A. O. Ben
way, et al w nwj 17, 20, 2e, $1.
William Ketcham bv heirs to A. O.
Benway. et al, wj nwjj 17, 20, 2e, $1.
W T O . . m . . .
u. o. oi America 10 tuixaDeth Stout
and W. R. Johnston, wj nwj 17, 20,
2e. wi nw 17. 20, 2e, $1.
U. S. of America to John M. Logan,
e nw and wj nej 17, 20, 2e.
K. C. Oltmann to John F. Olt-
mann, si sw It, 18, le, part nwl 15,
18, le, $4,000.
John F. Oltmann to Andrew Den-
hardtund) wj e sw 23, II, le, $700
Dec. 7. Estate of Christina Koer-
bar. Inventory filed and approved
Executor's report filed and approved,
Assignment of Alvin Hull. As
signee's final report filed and order
approving same nisi by Dec. 29, inst.
8. Estate of Charles Korb. Re
port of sale of real estate filed and
Guardianship of minor heirs of
Peter Holtzhammer. Guardian's re
port filed and approved. Receipt
and release of John Holtzhammer,
one of the wards, filed and approved,
and guardian released as to him.
Estate of C. C. Knell. Order dis
posing of unadjusted claims.
In re petition of city of Rock Isl
and, for improvement of Sixteenth
street from Fourth to Fifth-and-a-
half avenue. Order that objections
to assessment roil ne tiled by open
ing of court on Monday, Dec. 17,
10. 'Estate of Elizabeth Fenster
macher. Inventory filed and ap
proved. Estate of Antonie Maertens. Re
port of. sale
hm: irnni'iiiscs as extended, and '""us nea ana approved, ana admin
lit! many of our citizens, who realistratr'x authorized to execute deed
ized that the oil v's interests woiil l 0 purchaser-
! ndvancvd by so doing is tiow'i Estate of Daniel Fowler. Report
meiejy suggesting a course for the-1 6ale OI personal property bled and
x Nonentity of imposing i!Urieni. Estate of Christine Koerber. Final
It is not necessary to impose l.t'r-rePrt executor and receipts of
dens on corporations seeking SI.ndi8tnbutees filed and approved and
license as it in in the hands of t nrsxecutor discharged.
municipality to jrive. All that the Estate of Swan N. Palmquist. In-
city need lo is to look out for itseli,ventoI7 filed nd approved,
and provide that a value hf t1-.,I Unoh to Wed.
the franchise, to be iaid for eitlu-r in Dec 6. James Colonist. Miss Jn-
sucb accommodations to the citv as8ePhine Dehone, Moline.
may amount to a consideration m Erik Erikson. Miss Amanda Flvein
otherwise. This was the intont. it i.Moline.
believed, of the alderman ie nt;n i 8 Harrv Muir. Mian N11i An.
the council the other evening, itKns Cable.
see.kinn- t.n ssfi.rtoin i. JT VA V RknloL- mi ni- t i i
. . . ....... i.a l luc i. ii in- r.s9 uiauai u ,
pany would do for the city in returtMoline.
for any grants that might be madi 10. Fred Hartman. Andalusia
it. Miss Marv timeasia F.lrnrrtnn
! Frank "j. Deem. Cleveland. 111.
.Miss Mary E. Demhardt. Barstow.
iiiiKiu oucucuiRua, miss emma
U. C. lioneB'i Ifteath.
After a short illness with tv
pneumonia, G. C. Bowen succumbed. " "enemann, miss
yesterdav to the effects nf th A- Menzenberg. Carbon Cliff.
disease, at his home, 907 Second ave- a Greai maZ
ii,,. ui: vtug ) rn in t . ...
l.o.i Tai..i .,;..; - : conunnany going on the Human
vpnra nf .hm. 1H- li 'icwr? our IDB COn-
S n : t:Z - TiC
Seventv-tirst raiment. I !iiB. "l",, .Vne ?"ve. Mooa s Mrsapa-
. . . ao .a, nBLIUU W(IU WUJVU iU
by his wirodefend one,8 Be,ff drire the desperate
fantry. He is survived
Noble Lodre Elacte OIHoers
Noble Lodge, No. 1, A. O. U.
has elected officers for the ens
term as follows:
M. W. J. Hutchings.
P. M. W J. Hutchings.
Foreman James McQuaid.
Overseer Joseph Lewis.
Financier John Russell.
Receiver J. W. Freeman.
Recorder H. A. Johnston.
Guide John England.
I. W John Williams.
O. W W. E. Cameron.
Trustee for 18 Months John Wil
liams. Medical Examiners Dra. Kinvnn.
Carter, Bernhardi and Bradford.
Tha Modern Mother
has found that her little ones are im
proved more by the pleasant laxative,
Syrup of Figs, when in need of the
laxative effect of a gentle remedy
than by any other, and that it is
more acceptable to them. Children
enjoy it and it benefits them. The
true remedy. Syrup of Figs, ia man
ufactured by the California Fig Syr-
up company, only.
Gave a Prteeeljr Gift for Defense.
Marseilles. Dec. 11. stoohen Zanhero-
poulo is dead. He was the celebrated
trcck arain merchant who memt the mm.
tional defense government a gift of over
fMJ0,UQ0 during the war uf 1870.
Flathinf In their pearly been,
Froai the glorious eoraUne,
Bee thoM teeth untarnished!
White alike the back and front
Yef, by the frarraat Roaodont, .
Hay beaoty'a Booth ba garniabed
New Coal Yard.
The Emnire Coal nnmrtanv haa
opened a coal yard for the sale of the
celebrated Gilchrist, Mercer county,
coal. Office in the Diamond Jo ware
house, corner of Seventeenth street
aid the levee. Teleohone 1105.
George Lamont, agent.
enemy from the field, and restore
bodily health for many years.
Hood's pills cure nausea, sickness,
indigestion and biliousness. 25
Florida and tae goatat
The quickest and best way from
Rock Island to Florida and all points
in the south, is via Peoria and the
"Big Four Route," through Cincin
nati, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Macon,
etc. Leaving Rock Island 2:20 p. m.
You get elegant vestibule drawing
room sleeper at Peoria 7:25 p. m. and
step from same into an elegant lim
ited" train, in Union depot at Cin
cinnati, the next morning, which
lands you in Jacksonville the next
day at 9:55 a. m., thus making the
run from Rock Island to Jacksonville
in 43 hours. Rates as low as via
any other route. For rates, tickets,
tourist guides, etc., call at R. I. & P.
depot, or address
Charles S. LaFolleite,
T. P. A. 'Big Four Route,"
224 S. Adams street, Peoria, III.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
buv-m swci, eiw n. riaauaer. aaaa.
On November 20th. IWnmlvr th
and 18th, the B., C. R. N. Ry. will
aell excursion tickets to points in the
south and west at extremely low
rates. Tickets will K tr. k.
following territory: All points ia
Oklahoma, Texas and Indian Terri
tory. To points ia southwestern
Missouri and eastern Kansas, includ
ing St. Joseph,' Atchison, Leaven,
worth and Kansas Citv. Tickets am
good 20 dsys from date and stop over
will be allowed.
For further particulars call on sta
tion agents or address
J. MORTON. G. T. P. A.
Cedar Rapids. Ia.
Children Cry for
Denver Liatfud A Oniiha..
Ft. Worth. Dearer A K.C..
Osaka Dot Hotae
tOntaha Si Kaaaa Citr
Omaha Dee otaee Bz...
ghaaaa Dee Motaea E..
Denver. Lincoln Omaha...
St. Paul A Minneanol'a
St, Paal Mtaaeapolts....
Denver, n. Worth K. C
tXanavi City St. Joseph.
iHoek Island Washington.
tChteacv A Des Moines
-1 O as
!t isot ps
! til H) pal
Arrival. Dtpartara. t"-'T r- liT
r. aLPMBna, Aft.
AU others daily.
BTjRUSOTOH BOUTB-C., B. Q. AAIL
way Depot First avsaae and iUteeatk
straot, at. J. Tooas, asaat.
! taavs. amarvs.
St. Los is Express.
St. Loaia Bxpreas .
Bznnaa TmU pal 7:10 aa
Sterling. Dahaqaea. Pan) tM asjl TdS aat
Beardstowa Passsagar I S:10pa 10:aaa
aternng. i n Doque a I. ra" I , T ae aa a m pal
Dally. Dally except fnndsy.
PanMaA Httaiims a mm atAtr
Fairway Raetae SoathMeajra Drriaioa
Depot TweaUeth street, betwaaa Strat aad
Second aveaaae, B. D. W. Holnea, AgeaL
Mall and Kznreee.,
St. Paul Bxpress..
Dock Islawd Peoria Railway
Depot First Avenne aad Twentieth Street.
F. A. liockweu, A rent.
Fast Mail ,
table AccommodsUon .'
S: OS aat pa
SKIP am :t pm
Dcrlinoton, Cedar Rapids
orthera Railway, depot foot of Brady
snem. vaTenpon. mwm. aoros, ttea. ut
LaT I Aaarv
M;4u pm!bl0:a6 aai
b7:a .ai MM am
R-eet Liberty Trains
aiS:eSpm 1 bUrOOsai
b7 :10 am
a DaOy. bDelly except Sanday,
tOoina tknth and east. tio. 18 runs
Cedar Bapida and West Lfbeity,
TO THE EAST
Lt Rock lland. R 1 P SfSaaa 1.0 pm
Ar Peoria. R I A P llOara S:0pm
Ar Indianapolis, Big Four.... I:aa I'fiam
Ar Cincinnati " ....10:43 p m 7:15 am
ar uoiamoua 12:80 p
Ar Cleveland " .... 1 :S0 a m 148 p
Ar Eaffalo, L S at 8 S:I8am S4p
Ar Albany, STC 8:10 pm t:Mam
Ar New York C:C0pm 7Ma
dr Boston, B A 9.-05 p m 10 JO a
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:05
a. iii. connects wun
The Famous Knickerbocker
Special Solid Vestibule Trains
carrying Wagner sleepers to Cleve
land (car set out at this point, pas
sengers allowed to sleep until 7 a.
m.) and New York. Dining Car ser
vice. Train leaving Rock Island at 2:20
p. m. connects with train carrying
Wagner sleepers from Peoria to In
dianapolis and Cincinnati.
Gen. Ticket Agent
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Bock Island. 111.
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP POWDER free of charge:
BUT "OUR LADT" SOAP.
Cut off tha end of the wrapper,
at place named. When 70a have
M pictures of oar Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
. to your grocer or present them
at our office and 70a will receive
FREE a 4-pound package, worth
25c We make this Liberal in
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Coap and
Aati-T7aahboard Coap Powder
And holds good until all wrap
pen on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to us.
tot? eastern. Bosk IaUad.
CUT NOT UNLESS
ST W .an" VA IV aVWBh. - f 1 m m M.
V-k -sV11 - r I
Christmas . .
Glove and Fur Store.
The Largest and Best selection of
Gloves and Furs in the three cities at
GLOVE AND FUR STORE,
160 J, Second avenue.
Rock Islan d. 111.
See our Fall
And Winter 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 invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. 7.TT.TT.TTTO-
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
BBAT1XU AKI TElTILATUiO EKGIMEEB.
HAVE TOD SEEN
THE ; CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, and judge its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
J. XL SCHAAB,
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
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NO aWBAITX, ProfKistor.
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