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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1895.
Estite cf Jobn O'Brien, deceased.
The nndortirsed havicsT bee. appointed eer-
mnr or trie ial win ana testament or Jonn
o'-ttrien Lie of tbeconnry of Kic 1-lano. state
nf lii'iiois. decease, hereby eiee. noine that be
will appear before the cviiwy court of fM k Inl
and county, ar trie oitieeof trie clerk t ..Vd e-un.
in the f ity of Itcee IsUnd. at t March terra, on
tin' Brat BoixlaT in Marc, nex . at whirb time all
ti!xm havr.u claims a?aii.s( a.d estate are no-
1 if: cl and requested loaitei.d, for llie purport of
itav.i,? tw same adiu'eri.
Ail erfoiia tTH.e;rod to ai4 esiare are re-
liiea fl to make immed ate uajment to the un
Dated th a Ht'.h day of December. A. D . ISM.
ANDREW BR EN, Executor.
Kstate of Han Eit feldt. deceased.
The undersigned having been appoint: sx-e
irix of the last will and U-slament of Haiia Eii
felct, late of the coi.n'y of Uora Island,
state of Ul!noU. deceased, bere'y iims nutlet
mat ahe will appear before tbe eoocty court of
Hoes Island connty, at the office of the e'erk of
aid court, in the city of hock Ulaiid. at tbe
Xarc'i teibi, on the flret Monday 1b March net',
at wnich time ail persons having claims against
said Mtate are notified and requested to .ttend
f r the purpose of baring the same adjected.
Ah Denote Indebted to said estate are re-
auested to stake immediate .ayment to the nn
Dated this 21 h dae of December. A. D. IBM.
CAhOLISK EiNFrLDT. Exec trit.
Estate of Catherine Frey. deceased.
The undersigned basing bee. annotated admin
istrator of the estate of Catherine Free, late of
the connty of Rock Island, stfe of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby g ies notice tna: he will appear
before tbe county roan of Hock I'land coun
ty, at the office of tb. clerk of arid conrt. In
the city of Rots Island, ar The February term, on
tbe first aiundsv tn Ptr.ry real, at which
fme ail persons Laving claims atrafjft said es
tate are notified and requested to arteta for the
purpose of uaviiK the same a-Jjustcd.
All perons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to the under
ensued. listed this H'h daor December. A. D. ISM.
WILLIAM KREY, Administrator.
E"tate of At ua H. Schoennln;, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed exrn
tors of the lat will an! te,taneut of Anna M.
rrhnrnniog.laie of the county ot Kock tslaad.state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby glveuoiire that they
win appear ix-tnre the connty court or kock loland
connty, at the ofHre of tile clerk of said conrt. lu
the city of K"ck Island, at tbe February term, on
the first Mondav in Kebrnsr.ne&t. at which time
ail perm n having claims against aid esiate are
untitled and requested to attend, for the purpose
or navina me rime auiusici.
All prison indebted to said (State are reoues
ted to ma&e immediate payment to tbe under
signed. Dated tb's 4lh day of Pecember. A. P ISM.
STATE SAVINGS BAITS
UtBc. Corner Fine. M street and Third A
CAPITAL 3 lOO .000.00.
Bocceeds the Molina Savinae nans. OraidsMd 1st-
s fa cm imm ?aw ts mm
OrftsJllsed under State Lawn.
Open from a m. to 3 n as., and weane'day sn
BMaruay Bights fromT Spas
rotm asisasa. Presides
H. A. Aia.wo.TB. V1ee-lre'dn:
i. 9. Kaaaawav. ... cashie
Porter Sklnrwr. W. W. Walla.
C A. (tone, 1. A. Ali.s worth.
U. H. aVlwards. W. H. Adaois,
Andrew Prlborfr, C. F. Hsuenway.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mad. for private parties In the tardea
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD. NEBRASKA.
B. W. D.bt, President,
1. B. Das Cashier.
Mitchell Lynda, Bankers.
i. F. Robinson, Cashier Hock bland National
V. C. Carter, M . D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Groera.
Wboleeele Dealer tad Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
11 mnd 118 Third At
Jolin Volk: 6c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding, Flooring, Waintcoatisg
ftth street, bet Jt sn I Stk axe
alaajs yosj Sm.'i inrial, Ftxsfjlee. fsprefiososaai
Snonx. Acbes. Old orea. Cleera fa Mcntk. Haar-
rauiasTf wmc its, swisassnj a's .sjsji
ti.IiTis..Ii fsliss s 111 fui iiiuiirsisT
Consumers of chewiRjlcbccoia
arewiio psg a little inoretb
fiie price ctaijed for tie ordicsrg
trade tobaccos, will find Ais
brand superior to all others
BEWARE Of IMITATIONS.
MM MTfl noons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen.
tlemen From 2 p. ni. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will oe open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Mrs. S. Smith,
1805 Second avenue.
PI AN US
His Prices on
1717 Second At.
T. H THOMAS, Druggist and Op
tician. Eyes tested free of charge.
A 52 s SI
Kmy ram WaUATTEB aj
TOLLET MOS. & CO..
Oar -SvOH-I-sTOOB si ttar
bet ipKlsdi naila. For
Official rrweewsUoca a Last Klarbfs Rega
Ur Caswell Meeting.
Citt Cocscil Room. Rock Ilavi.
Jsn. 5, 1894. The city conncil met
in regular monthly session at 8 p. m..
Mayor Medill presiding and all the
aldermen present. The minutes of
the last regular and adjourned meet
ings were read and adopted. Offi
cers report for the month of Decem-
um were nrau sou oraerea piacea on
Aid. Kennedr. frnm thai ulaimi
committee, reported nn favorably as
' Claims oi a vf ry ana nemiey:
also favorably on the claims of Quin
tan and Harson allowing each $70 in
lull, of all demands. Rerjort adoDted
Aid. Corken, from the finance com
mittee, submitted an ordinance,
which was unanimously adopted, al
lowing bills out of the several lands
La bob rxx BOLL.
PCnmyn .. ..
P Mtguire... .
L Shaip -
J Johosna Ko 1
K Mat. ton
M Hrre her....
K Bmichor. ....
I W Kslley....
E W Bovnton..
F Are Her
Ned Kane .....
J ii Connor....
S Hvt k'traod
K O'UonneJ. .
V M bi.noloa..
B H Kims 1..
P h onoan......
P Lara in
WO'Brian . .
II Mctimuebt. . .
Jobn bebaab... 13 00
W Perkei i xs
V Bu'hno 00
(i Pettlt S at
P Etsds 1 Oil
John Grimes . . H
J Rosa 6 0 1
Pan Kane 1 SO
A Mougel a OJ
r' Brahn tut
U W MUcbem..
A 7. glees
J P Johnson....
B H Klmban...
Wm Ferfrnson . .
C Archer ......
i ti Lodge
r Ut nermann.
No. 9 No. S Sn. 4 So. !
li 00 18 00 4 00
s i r i
4 AO 1 sn
s no l so
8 --T. 1 50
9 01 3 on
TS 1 59
1 SO 1 SO
S to 3 Oil
9 no 7 l
t i i sn
4 SO t 10
9 i II on 4 IQ
4 t 1 SO
14 8 ST. 3 73
3 00 4 SO S OJ
191 I SO
s oo a wi
5 00 1 so
4 ro 3 14
4 SO :i on
4 50 S 01
3 on i so
4 so i sn
s oo l so
H (1.1 2 .
4 50 S 00
1 SO 1 VI
4 50 4 so 7 50 75
B 1" 3 00
HO 7 SO
3 00 IS
S 00 1 Ml
13 00 00
S CO 3 00
lft 00 S 00 4 50 1 50
10 50 3 00
is oo a oo
5 no 3 no
is oo s i-O
18 00 IS 00 S 00
son s oo
IS 0U 10 so
c 0 :iui
6 oo e oo
03 3 Oil
9 00 3 00
S 1 SO
3 00 4 i 0
15-1 1 50
1 SO 1 53
1 30 1 it
1 SO 4 40
I 85 7 M
9 03 00
7 !0 4 50
1 so i to
6 00 90
Tom Welch 4 50
Labor pay roll J N Hnntoon.
No 1 13 40 Rot enfieid Bros..
No 3 7? OUC 4 Lark in
No 3 307 10 Flick St Johnson
No 4 38 90 construction Co S 10
No 5 9 15 C G Krazer . ... 1105
Tropp. Darling William Klockau 8R
Co S tn, W A Martindalc. 51
HI Lam M'g Co 47 S7
Lator pay roll Ro 1.. .. 3 00
Ttlri Ward Sidewalk.
Labor pit roll I No 3 4 00
No 1 8 0O
Labor pay roll I No 3 340 00
Mo 1 253 35 No 3 5 SO
Fifth Ward Sidewalk
Labor pay roll I No 3 90 00
No 1 8 00!
tixtn Ward S'dewalk.
Labor pay ro'l ' No S3 00
Nc 1 3 On
Bereath Ward Sidewalk.
Labor pay roll ' Not...... . 38 00
No 1 SI 00 No 3 30 75
Fifteenth Street Property Holders Fourth to
M M McCarthy.... 01, H Kebler 43 0
C J Larkin 14 to
Seventeenth Street Prop-rty Holder. Fourth to
Tropp, Darling A Co I 30
Nineteeutb Strset Property Bolder.
Tropp.Dsrl-cJtCo.10 15 1 M St McCrthy... 90
Twentieth Street Property Holders.
Tropp, Darling 3s Co i 40
People's Power comsany JK9 47
Harper AKob'.neoa. 13 SO 1 P Scblemmcr .... 6 SO
KlberU Fldlar' 'Prick Kaati S 00
Chambera 40 00
A D Haesing BC 70 1 G L Eysur K of
RI Argus 1 00
C C Taylor 1 25 People's Pow Co.. M
J Volk Co 3 00 K.aaer Bieaer to 4 00
Mrs M Goodman.. 7 on-
scals aoci aocoTrr j.t.
Psrldon ft Son.... 1 R I Heaticg
Var-iyWood Wk.30 00t Plumbuu Co...
T J Medill J ....inn CO Kdwin Ward.....
A D Hoeaing 100 On p Scbiemner
i L Haas et Ss.O F Ljade.
M H Sexton 75 00 Frank Weieani...
John Bend-r ..
R Carries. ....
5 S3 am Croapt
. a. w r tiajmin . .....
. 50 sn ckae rtebr
. SO 00 Pc-p.es Pow Co..
. 50 08 J T Dixon........
SO CO SI H tiexton
. AO OS Mrs St i Phillips.
. SO 00 It C Ben -on
as 00 Empire Coal Co..
rms cxram.T acxcst.
B Brakm AS S JM rVkMb 10 SO
J IXCoiller 5S 33 a DartH Seajs 4 at
C J Haae.sk U..... SO UO.OaTid Dsn SO
H Haadschne .... '0 00
DDotle Ml 00
Prerara Si n
POstelson W 00
Dtesenroth SI 0
Wm Wickmaan... 50 no
Adams Ex Co..... 7
C F Gsetjer IS 9J
on IBS 00
Coarles Has lii js. 51 is
Angnst . . . sum
Jaates Jobasnn ... SO 10
Fred Jsbns ....
t; F Gae'ger....
Emptie Coal Co
J A Feme
Fmnlre coal Co..
Mm Si Escaa
People's Power Co
M Co conn
penult . Power Co
J F Hilaneer.....
lra .i K.ulne
Uio w Asurro
1 Somas 4 Souder.
Jss Mulrahv SIMP Jsbns ... i jj
Georze Ne.be ry 5-1 uu Equitable Kef n-
A McDonald 50 on log Oo 4 3J
People's Pow Co.. 8 5S Mrs M Eaiad .... 1 SO
Kmpire Coal Co . l'i i Uansaa Jt orach-
V Uanber.... . S OOi ning ,10 73
Mcfmyr. Keck C F (.acjor 14 65
Dry Goods Co. . IS SO:
WATBB WORKS lirr.BTatXT t
Exienre Account. 'k .
Labor pay roll.... IS 00 J F Iliridirger.... f ro
4 A Mur.-in ... .ini i O M at P Ry Co... 1 7r
J W iMyanaufc-a.. 73 50 Manrker Sinnet 3 00
John Rollroan s 10 O V Mini.g Co... 351 S3
M E Marrin . ... oS 00 B Winter a 85
Joan McNeal V 00 Kramr. BlvuvrCo 7 10
John Conwell 45 OO T A Pender ... . 5
Jos Winkler 4 00 People's Pow Co. 34 5
J cNeal .V) 00 Murray r-on.... 11 45
Ilciiieeiann A Blake A Murpnr.. S 50
chroeder 10 99 l'inn Tank L Co.. 7 4J
K Tlmlier'ske.... 3 on Hiidemjnn A
Rl A urns :kl 00 Scbrjeuer 101 29
I'uion Print Co.. . 3J Oil Srhmitt 10 00
448 33 Printing 1 no
3 OOiUIBce 14 75
7 OOi-cale house... 33 115
SOI lii'Sslary ta us
23 00, Fire depanmt
lOO 75! No 3 3
It US No 3 ! SH
Police 7l 18
Total.... S4.SIW 18
na'erwrascn wr; ik
a't erwks exp 173 79
Total.... 11.105 83
brand t3tal..S5.994 01
... 34 40IC P Harson
.. 70 00
31 ward walk .
4th ward walk
Mb ward wal
tth ward walk
7th ward walk
If st ft holders
ttt st pr holdeia
4 to 54 av...
4tb to7;h av
2 st pr ho ders
P Quinlan ....
Alderman Cramer, from the Spe
cial Committee reported adversely on
the proposed plumbing ordinonce as
it would be inoperative without an
inspector and the committee did not
deem it advisable to create a new of
Also as to the petition for the resn
lation of weights and measures, with
two ordinances, one requiring the
City Marshal to make monthly tests
3t licensed scales; the other requiring
the Marshal's certificates to be pub.
nc.y posiea. lioto passed dj onam
The Council went into committee
of tbe whole on asses&meot rebates,
with Alderman Kuschmann in the
chair. Cn rising Aldermann Kusch
mann submitted a report oftheac
tion taken which was adopted by
unanimous vote. It shows rebates
Sixteenth street sewer.... f 5! 69
Fourth avenur st. t'y 488 97
17th st., See. 1 265 30
20th st 9 to 18 av 430 57
23d st 1.951 26
The committee reported the folio
Eighteenth street 7 to 8 av..$ 61.94
Fifth av 17 to 18 streets. ... 101.27
Nineteenth st and 6 av 99.18
Sixteenth st S to 4 av 126.17
Seventeenth and 19st(l bl.).. 708.17
Seventeenth street sec. 2. . . . 44.47
A proposition with bond of the
Flick & Johnson Construction Co. to
place in proper condition all side
walks laid by the company under con
tract to be designated as needing at
tention, by tbe 18th. of May. 1895,
was accepted, on motion Alderman
Alderman Foss moved that the
Street and Alley Committee and City
engineer be instructed to report
graaes on i wemn street irom Ninth
avenue sonth to city limits. Carried.
Adjourned to next Friday evening,
on motion of Alderman Foss.
A. D. Hcesino, City Clerk.
Economical Mr. Staybolt.
"The most economical man I know
of," said Mr. Oratcbar, "is my friend
and neighbor, Mr. Staybolt. When he
smokes a cigar, he lights it carefully
and completely, so that it will burn
perfectly and without waste, and hav
ing so lighted it he blows out the match.
Of course he knows that a match once
ignited is of no further use, bnt his
habit of mind is such that he hates to
see any waste of material whatever.
Some men blow out a lighted match be
fore throwing it away, so that no harm
can come from it. Mr. Staybolt may
have that in mind, too, bnt his actuat
ing impulse no doubt snrincs from his
spirit of economy. " New York Sun.
We keep Tarts1 Cough Syrup and
we tell everyone it is the bet cough
cure we sell. Everybody likes it and
we sell it on a guarantee. Trv it for
your cold. Sold by Hartz Ulle-mever.
A witness in describing an event said,
"The person I saw at the head of tbe
stairs was a man with one eye named
"What was tbe name of the other
other eye?" spitefully asked the oppos
The witness was disgusted with the
levity of the audience. Ohio Legal
A fairi lost a precious charm
To keep the rosy gams from harm:
To keep f oa teeth decay and death.
To sweeten and parity tbe breath.
Th s charm the fairy lost mortal found.
And Eozodoat tie called oa earthly (ran id.
Many hundreds of manuscripts have
been recovered at Pompeii. They vrere
charred rolls, bnt by the exercise of pa
tience and ingenuity some have been
unrolled and read. Nothing of impor
tance has been discovered in their con
tents. Purify your blood, tone np the sys
tem, and regulate the digestive or.
gans by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Sold by all druggists.
TKe VICE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE.
Owe of she ILac Jssnest ITiinais la tbe 43enn
itol I'mJ by Him.
In tho wing'of the capitol devoted to
the needs of the senate two of the hand
somest rooms are set aside for the nse
of the president and the vice president
of the United States. The president's
rootti is naturally put to very little use,
while the vico prv&idcnt's is rarely un
This room U to be found at the end
of tho senate lobby. It is a large, square
room, with f-tuecoed ceiling and tinted
walls, furnished with an ecru tinted
carpet, several largo chairs, two tables,
an office desk and a large sofa.
The fireplace a hege, old fashioned
affair for tho burning of wood with its
handsome bi ass fonder and accompany
iug shovel, tongs ami poker, is shut in
by a glass fire wreen. The retiring vice
president is permitted to take with him
as souvenirs the brass fire tools.
There is another bit of floor furniturs
in the room in the sbapn of a small safe,
which is nbod as a repository for the
electoral votes as tho sealed packages
come from the various states after each
presidential election. Here they mnst
stay until wanted for counting by the
house of representatives. During this
time the safe is continually watched by
two ofUcors detailed from tho capitol
police force, and the combination on
which the lock is set is known only tc
the vice president.
Among the wall adornments is a
painting of Georgo Washington by
Kcmbraudt Peale. There is a legend to
the effect that when sitting for this por
trait in 1 786 Washington staffed cotton
into his cheeks in lien of the false teeth
he so greatly needed.
Most of the relics cf former vice presi
dents have been relegated to a little
anteroom now used for toilet purposes.
Among tli em is the mirror 8 , feet long
by 1',; wide bonght by tbe senate for
tho use of John Adams. Both frame and
glass aro of very poor material, bnt it
cost when purchased $40 and was tbe
subject of serious controversy in tbe
senate. The beautifully carveSt toilet
case, which is also contained in sie
anteroom, was made to order for G4a
eral Chester A. Arthur. Kate FfeU'f
WALKING IN THE RAIN.
A Form of Open Air Eawrelsw
Certain Attractions or Itvk
"What am I going to do?" reptv
tbe returned exile, "Why, I'm going
take a walk in tho rain. It's a trick :.
learned in 'Hcngland, dear boy, a"
it's ouo of the most charming fornss
exercise ou top of this green earth.
see my costume well, it's the) dead
copy of tliutVi which a Cornish squire
of my acquaintance used to walk in
rainy weather over tho downs that make
up most of his estate. My laeed shoes,
you perceive, come well np the ankle,
have heavy cork soles and have just been
treated to a good rubbing in of cold
cream. I have stout woolen stockings
and knickerbockers on, eo as to avoid
the flapping and contact of the Vet
trousers, and this cape mackintosh comes
down pretty near to my heels. JJy un
derclothing is thick, but not heavy, and
my clothes aro of rough tweed that
wouldn't be damaged if yon let 'em lie
in a stream for a week. Instead of
collar, I wear a light silk scarf around
my neck, over which I tun my coat
collar and button it np so. iThia hat ir
a waterproof fore and after. . j
"Umbrella? Why, of course not Tnf
would destroy the very spirit, tho vat
joy, of the experience, which is to f?
the rain beating in your fane, the
wind whistling about your ears a
the weather banging yon aboat general
ly. You may not like it at first, bnt yon
soon will, and then you'll find there's a
sort of wild joy about the thing that yon
"Catch cold? Why, of course not la
fact, a course of walking in tbe rain is
one of tho best preventives against tak
ing cold. So long as you're moving
briskly there's no danger of taking sold,
no matter how wet it may be. It's the
standing or sitting in wet things that's
so dangerous, and so you must just walk
from the time yon leave the house until
you get back, and then, when yon do
get back, strip off everything and give
yourself a good rub. And if as yon pat
on your dry things yon do not feel a
new man with a new rest for tbe strug
gle of life then I don't know a banana
from an express wagon." New York
"What a Piece ef Work is Maa!"
And so liable to got eat of order. His fool
may not scree with aim, his liver may he torpid.
or But Bean Bare soma faactioaat aiisimmi al
Bis blood raa become tmpvrerisbed, and break
oot Into halls snd carbuncles. His bead atay
acse. md his senses may, oas sod all, refuse te
act, or his limbs t obey hat volition. He assy
toes his win power, his salad, his meaasry. He
aiay go into quick consasap Jon. or ha assy 1ft
years, a moving mass of scrofu'oas conapusav.
An this Is possible to a maa, and jet It all saay
be aro'dtd by the tiately at.of Dr. Pte Tea's Bold
en Medical Discovery, the rreat blood aaiUee asal
the only one 10 positively certain in Hs eaxaUws
action that it can be sold nnder a gasvaaass tr
cure. See printed gaarantee wraraed ass I
each btttis). Dealers ewerywlura,
Brings comort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
lightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's le?t products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy. Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curiig constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions ar'
set with the approval of the med:'
profession, because it acts on the 7
Beys, Liver and Bowels without'
ening them and it is perfectly tr
every objectionable substance. ,
Syrup of Figs is for sale by
gilts in 50c and f 1 bottles, bnt
a factored by tbe Osliforaie 1
Co. only, whose
package, ais t "
and being wr'
accept any v
Bl - sin a
J. E. Montrose, Maaagar.
ni a w r .
inursaay, dan. lu.
A Production Celebrated ThrcHsgboat she E
tire Erglish Speahin. World Ortglaaj 3
Introducing MISS ROSABEL 3
MORRISON as -Marguerite.'
Tons of Magnificent fernery!
Worlds of Ilectrwal Surprise.!
Oceans of Wondorfal
THE TREAT OF X LlFETlltr
Seat sale opens Taeaay mon
the Harper Urns, drug store,
Nets. u. 50 T3e and
-Uojmt BasT" Kya
Is s "Rye as hi a Kye," astarally
ea from all foreign lavar si
satead para 83d over atevsa wsan sf
mended to tbe eonnolses ai asa
els worth of the coaadeaos of
Bee that sasf assss is
blows is bottle, tl.00 per aaart
"BOTAL KCBT lOBT WC.I
pan, old sad mellow, therefore
iaTaUda. eoaraieaeats and the) arasy It
lost vitality, c raatas strength sad
ap the weak and debilitated.
I ceaia. Pat ap ea fcoaor aaj oshaaaad fcv
KOTAL WIM, .CMawa
Tor sals at Barser Hoses Ttaimssw. Bad f
snniaai Oaaarain. oUna. v.
The Indians called the Des
river tbe laTausboh-shahwopka, "Eivee
of Red SUmm." . i '
Pitchcr'o Csstsrku )
For sale WT.'
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