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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1894.
Pay your water rent.
Leaf lard at Gil more'.
. Inur with Hoeting & Hoeft.
W. E. Weld returned to Bada this
Read Youri A McCombs' mu.lin
All sixos In f 4 casiimere pants, at
IJ.43.M. & K.
J. E. Montrose returned from Chi.
cago last evening.
Corticelli spool silk, 3 cent 3. at
Young & McCombs.
Underwear at reduced prices M.
3c K. preparation rale.
Mr. and Mr. S. S. Davis spent
Christinas in St. Paul.
Coats' spocl cotton. 2 rents a spool,
at Young & McCombs'.
The "Is it cold enouph for too?"
salutation ha commenced.
William McEniry and family left
for New Orleans this morning.
Coroner DatM Hawes and wife re
turned from Fulton lat eTening.
Don't fail to read Jatkson & Hnrst s
ad. if you haTe money to invest.
Mrs. Cen T. Cable and children re
turned from St. Louis this morning.
Are they in it? Read Young &
McCombs special in another column.
Ovcrmats and suits at reduced
yrice at M. & Ks. 95 preparation
Mr. and Mrs. 11. S. Fraser and Thil
Watson left for Indianapolis this
Peormaster Lidders took Poke"
Lambert to the count v poor farm this
Over stock of can goods that will
be sold at cot frr cash at Hanagen &
You can always depend on Yonng
A McCombs as being the cheapest on
Remember, net Tuesday, New
Year's llay, Shields gives away 100
pounds of lard.
Remember next Tuesday, New
Year's I)y. Shields gives away 100
pounds of lard.
Preparing f.r '05 mn's working
pants. 47 cent. 5? cents, C cents
and !" crnts at M. A K's.
Miss Ana Frantz returned to her
homo at Chicago this morning, after
a abort stay with relatives.
Kramer. Clcucr & V mpany have
issued some of the handsomest cal
endars that bnye been seen, for 195.
I'.arrctt chapter. 1. R. A. M., will
confer the Royal Arch degree on
three ('fenesea candidates this even
ing. Fred Young, dispatcher for the
y." at Rcarditown. returned home
lat evening, after a 2-days ttay with
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cramer re
turned to their home at Lexington,
Ky.. this morning, after a vi-it with
The dwelling house, 120C Third
avenue, in this city, is for rent. A j-
Lly to E. E. ParmenVer, Mitchell A
The St. Louis train on the C, 15. &
Q. was two hours la'e this morning.
due to the engin breaking down, but
entailing no damage.
Mis Libbie VamlruiT arrived in the
city from Omaha this morning, on
account cf the illness of her mother,
Mrs. Lonia VandrulT.
IMvision Passenger Agent II. I).
Mack, i f the C R. A (.. and family.
fM'tit Christina m Chicago, return
ing home this morning.
Next Saturday evening will be giv
en the comic extravaganza, "ilv
Aunt Sa!!v." at Ilirpcr's tlienlre. It
it highly reromniended.
The funeral of William Dinsmorc
Allam will be held from the family
home. V.'S Fourth avenue, at l(i
o'clock tomorrow morning.
Revs. Fathers Mackin and Cannon,
of St. Joseph's church, went to Rap-
Ids City this morning to attend the
rnneral o( iter rattier Stcpnen
Swan J. Apple, the storekeeper at
Sears, has received the appointment
of postmaster there. The people of
Scan will rea.ie the accommodation
of having the oflicc tgain established
Children who "will Im? 6 years old
before Julv will lie admitted to first
primary rooms in the public schools
during the month of January. Per
sons interested will therefore bear in
mind that no la'L'iiinini clashes will
be admitted after tho month of Janu
ary until next Septein!er.
liuinisition into the mental condi
tiou of Miss Matilda Olson, of this
city, is Udng made in the county
court this aftorn.Kin bc'orc a jury
composed f lr. J. F. Meyers, Mar.
tin Frick, Jf X. Hun toon, William
Ramskill, William Danker and CapU
John O'Conner. The woman was ad
The torpedo boat Ericsson, which
has met with an aggravating series
of accidents, will hardly make an
other attempt at a trial trip before
the nrst of March, as its new cylin
ders will not be in readiness much
before that time. If the Ericsson
can shake off the hoodoo that seems
to be hanging over it, there is no
doubt but that it will more than ful
fill all the requirements of the gov
ernment. The vessel is now at New
London, which is one of the best har
bors in the country. The tide keeps
the ice broken op, and there is no
danger of accident to the boat.
21 Sarah L. Rvder to J. C. H.
Read, part assessor's lot 2, 83, 18, lw.
Antoine Martens bv heirs to Eu
genie Derieum, part lot 21, block: 2,
John Decre's add.. Moline, 1600.
Eugenie Derieum to Stefanie Maer-
tens, part lot 21, block 2, John
Deere's add., Moline, tl.
J. B. Oakleaf to John P. Roman,
lot 2, block 2, Moline heights, f400.
22 Henry S?hmielati to Peter
Oraropn. lot 1. block 2. Brisnrs' Place.
Rock Island, 6.200.
Frank Golden to Willard Coiecrove,
lot 8, block D. Mary A. Goldcn's sec
ond add., Rarstow, f-JOO.
(ieoree M. Babcock to Albert E.
Nelson, lot 4, block 8. Columbia
Park add.. Rock Island, ft! 00.
Banner Coal and Coal Oil company.
to William Parker. w wl sel 29. 17.
P. L. Mitchell to William Nepka,
liljhest Honors World' Fair.
WINTER WEATHER HERE.
Tniptnlin Suddealy Switch Aroud tm
DedtataB rle. .
Belated winter pat in an appear
ance last night, coming with a
threatening snow fall, which melted
away as night advanced, today break
ing wun a ueciucaiy iresn atmos
phere, and substantiating the time
As the day ltnjtbena.
The coM trenuthens.
Thii morning found the tempera-
tare at 10 above tero, and at non it
had declined two points further,
while the indications are for consid
erably colder tonight.
Are We In It Ton Bet We Are.
To show ur appreciation for the
splendid patronage we received for
our Christmas tiade, and show that
we always go, one better on ever v-
inin, we win sen me wea Known
brands of muslin at the following
Lonsdale bleached 6c
Fruit of the Loom 6c
No Name -Better" CJc
One case. 9-4 brown sheeting ll?e
Pepperell R, full vard wide 4'c
Coats' spool cotton per spool 2c
liooa neavy 4-4 brown musaa... 4c
lofsv. A McCombs.
Advertised Lit No. 104.
List of letters nrc!lel for at tha nortoffiu
Touflcr. n H
Wslker, Mr nd lira
Waiker, Mr and Mrs
Walker, Mrs MB
nj, sej and ne, 4, 16, 5w. $5,232.
24 Willis J. Sanborn to Ida M.
Smith, lot 4. block 2. Christy A Gro-
ver's add., Moline, 11,530.
Rarth A Babcock to David Robin
son, lot 19, block 4. Barth A Bab-
cock's add.. Rock Island, $2,300.
William McEairy to the Fradciscan
Sisters, lot 5. assessor's plat, 86. 1,
Marv Francis to Franciscan Sisters,
lot 53, assessor's plat 36, 18, 2w. f 1.
Can Lundberg to flattie J. John
son, lots 4 and 5, block 50, Water
town, f 1.
William Ferguson to F. II. Stark,
lot 16, Guver's add.. Rock Inland. $ 1.
Frank L. Yandereer to E. E. Van
ervcer, ne nej 25, 17, 3w, $oOJ.
22. Estate of John Vanderveer.
Final report and receipts and releases
of distributees filed and approved.
E.-tate closed and administrator and
Estate of Johu Alexander. Proof
of deatli filed. Will admitted to pro
24. Estate of W. S. Bailev, claim
of O. L. Love, 45. allowed.
Estate of Sarah E. Richards. Ex
ecutor's report tiled and approved.
ijurirdiansbip of minor heirs of
Mary Roberts. Guardian's report
meii ami approved.
Guardianship of Lvda Carlson
minor heirs of Andrew Carlson. Or
der authorizing extension of loan of
Moline Slate Savings bank to de
ceased in his life-time and secured
upon real estate of deceased for three
vears from Dec. 23, 194.
Estate of Hans Einfeldt. Will ad
mitted to probate. Letters testa
mentary issued to Caroline Einfeldt.
Bond waived by will. .
Eston, at re nuff
Morr a n Broa.,
i ittonon. H P
l'ickett. B W
S'raw. Dr WiM:m L
Alien. S S O'Hoarkr. 8
BrcbD, Sl ky. baa
r:x MnnMenr Lon:s
To injure Drompt delivcrr. lcttera shoald te
ad ireasea to atreet and unmber.
Joes W . ponn, Postnae'er.
Clear weather and considerably
colder; northwest winds. Today's
temperature 8 above.
t. J. Walz, Observer.
The Christmas festival of Trinity
chapel occurred last evening, and
proved a very pleasant affair. After
evtn song bad been conducted by
Rev. R. V. Sweet, gifts were distrib
uted from a beautifully laden tree.
One of the most pleasant of the
Christmas entertainments was that
given by the children of St. Mary's
school under the direction of Prof.
Carl Adams, at Columbia hall last
evening. The program included
vocal and instrumental music, dia
logues, recitations, tableaux, etc.,
all of the numbers being creditably
given. A large and well pleased au
The Sunday school Christmas en
tertainment of the Central Presby
terian church took place last eve
ning, and included a handsome
Christmait tree, given by Mrs. Ellen
Webber, an entertaining program
and the distribution of gifts by Santa
Trie CulnmMan Half Italian.
The Columbus souvenir half dollars
an; not medals or "tokens," bet pood
motiev, a:d nro legal tender to the
anion nt of J 10 in nny ono piivmont
There is n larjzc demand for them. Tho
coinage wa sis follows: In 1S02, Ji.Vi,
0OO pieces, valno f 4 75,000; in lVXi,
4,0.r2, 105 pii-ccs, valno f 2,020,052.50
total, 5,002,105 tiiixxtt, value $2,501,
052.50. The coins now ticing issued by
tho treasury arc of the 1 S'.)3 coinage.
Tho Columbian (or isatiella) quartt-r
dollars coined under tho law of March
8, 1Q2, nro likewise a legal tender and
redeemable. There were coined only
40,023 pieces, value $ 10,003.75. These
were all issued to the board of lady
mnuatrers and by them disposed ot The
1892 Columbian coins, being fewer in
number, are more valuable as pocket
pieces or to collectors than the 1803
coins. The former have all been dispos
ed of.- Chicago Herald.
The Modern Mother
has found that her little ones are iui
proved more by the pleasant laxative.
Wa.waan i.T a iitu ar lion V t-1 an OA1 1 nV T ,
lit "c" r r'H laxative effect 'tif a gentle remedy
lr L Jlll ill I than by any other, nod that it
U wr f hm htthmaA more acceptable to them. Children
eniov it and it benefits them. The
A furs Craps Onm of Tsrtar Powder. Ftce true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is man
biin Ammutii i, Alum or any other adultetaut. ufactured by the California Fig Syr
40 YtAflS 1MB STANDARD. up company, omy. -
KR YOUIS NESD?
Want board i-rs
'il; a partner
Want a situation
"ant to rout roooa
Wan I a servant eirl
Want to aell a TArm
Wan- to sell a noise
Want f excfciree ar.jh'.nr
Wai t to wit bnusebold c.iods
Want to make any rea! esta loan
W'art to wtl or trade for acytiitna
Want to (led customers for anything
rSB THESB COLtTtNS.
rpa daily Attars deitvered at yoith
a aoor eTery CTeDins ior n'c twr weea
'OB ns??T RKsIPEVCK CORNER TTIIRD
avetue and Nmetet-utti street, luoaire on
OR RENT A STORE R1K1M IV THR SW
Haw biiiM.rir Atiaiv at Woman Ex.
change, SJ3 Twentieth ftrt-t-.t.
Pot SALE A GIK1D TEAM LATNPRV IN
f alve town in Indiana. W,ll ae'l rhjan if
itsni Kn. aauret u care 01 1111s omw.
HODfHN 7-RiHfM QOl'SE FOR RENT AT
.t 1S3 1 S x'h av :ne. Atpiv tc J Miiat-nft'l-
dtr, corner or Seventeenth street and tilth ave-
nR. H. IiLCST, OF INDEPENDENCE. IOWA,
ciairvnvant. trance medmm find magnetic
heal-r. will h in ilic city f jr a few weeks Call
at Fourth avennc.
T fMTa. F its rnAfS wirn i;ni.n rntiv
I J PinHcr will It r -I I, v r.tnmini, ..ma
Kitnarie ive'iex, ti.e. e-smeer i.mce, Xltcne
a: Ljuue block.
SEVENTY FIVE DOLLAR A WEEK PIn
t liulit and sen's to fc'l the Kanld Hirh
wa-uor w asnei-itid tr.e thein in two ui'n
ntea without wettirff ihe handp. Ne exjieri'-nee
neeaary: m nt airi': pfrmaT'iit r -.itr
AidM ff. P lUrricn & to., Clerk No. it.
tr ANTED A CAPABLE. ENER?ET:C. RE
If liable Tonne man, with from V to S1.UI0
cah, rupital, to n;n a branch of our bneim f in
nock i-iana. Kert 01 rierenc renntred. If
job have the monor and want a legitimate, pleas
ant othoe bu-ine-4. pend 11. roar referenda and
ate wrm nn9tTiea experience Ton hare baa.
Adores, o. w . Borland, -'IB r stniFh avenue, Chi
Up To Pate.
Every idea about
building a stove to
make it better has
undergone a most
rigid test with the
If it is good it goes.
If it is of no value it
is discarded. That is
why we boldly assert
that Riverside Stoves
and Ranges are up to
date and every one is
guarantee from the
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Loves a Winner
And KRKLL & MATH'S Ice
Cream and Fruit Ices are
sure winners, consequently
the World Loves
KRELL & MATH'S
A problem like this is too
easy: give us another one.
We want you to try a Brick,
Melon or Pyramid of our Ice
Cream or Fruit Ice for your
party or reception and we
will guarantee you that you
will he well repaid by having
your company pleased.
FINE CANDIES AND
1710 and 1718 Seoond At.
Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate
or Oysters served at any
Mclnty re-Reck py Goodsc
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Of all Holiday Stock at half price
Children's Elegantly Illustrated
Books up to lie, at 5c: all from 11c
to 20c, at 10c; 200 cloth and em
bossed volumes of well known
writers, usually 4SC, will go at 15c
AH Toys at one-half thr
prices. A quantity of so
damaged Toys, worth from
98c, will be sold at, each, 5c
All Dolls at just half the market
prices. Cut the prices in two yourself.
300 sets of Decorated Dishes per set,
3c. All other Dishes one-third less
than market prices.
Mclnty re -
Christmas bargain prices cr,
kerchiefs will be good
r !. fe '
i car s LJtxy .
Fancy Goods Department.
Fancy Goods at greatly r
At Mclntyre-Reck Dry C,rr.
u. ttiaiui inu wan IOr r, - l.
I uary sales.
Reck Dry Goods Co.
and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Islari
Rare Holiday Offerings -
. For one week, beginning Monday, Dec 21, we
shall place on sale an immense line orilaniii,
Stand and Banquet Lamps, and
Many beautiful patterns in Dinner Sets at prices far below your
expectations. Remember these are first quality goods only. No third
quality or imperfect goods. See our windows for some stunning low
prices. Buy now and have them set aside for you.
Of Side-boards, Dining Tables. Chairs, Combination Book Cases,
Ladies' Writing Desks, Center Tables, Music Cabinets, Fanry Mirror.5.
Fency Rockers, (nearly a hundred different styles). Parlor Suits,
Couches, children's rockers and high' chairs exceeds all former years
in Quantity, Quality, Style and Low Prices. Not equalled in the
tri-cities. We'll be satisfied to have you judge the correctness of
Buy now while the assortment is complete.
Delivered when wanted.
G O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms Of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
-Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
mm bath noons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec,
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. tu. to
12 m. on week dajs For Gen.
tlcmen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
rn.. and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will le open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
' Electrio - and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any "
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Preparing for '95 . .
As always, immediately after Christmas, we invoice and
make general preparations for the spring
All Large and Small Lots of Winter Apparel
At Greatly Kedncsd rnces.
The smaller the lot the bigger reduction, especially is this
directed to where there are one, two or three of a kind. If
you are not entirely supplied it will pay you to investigate.
Underselling Everybody in Everything Everytime.