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TILE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MABCII 4, 1902.
'1 Ii re is always something
new in photography and we
keep pace with the times.
is original and without jues
lioii tin; most artistic photo
graphic Mrtrait ever iirodue-
il. Call aiul see it.
The Blakslee Studio
1822 Third Ave. Telephone 4533.
A Bargain Day
Note the list :
3 It) dried apples
3 lb dried jK-achcs .'.
Corn starch. i-r lunJ
8 pound- of oatmeal 1
Green 2 cans for
Uest baking iwdtr. xt iwund ..
ICfl cherries. per ran .
Kidney beans, per rati
.;K!etHTr!es. it can
Hlackberries. jut can
irunes. jkt pound ,
t'ateut Hour )
Fali on tan-cake flour. 3 pkts ;
I'ear-i. "J cans for
Apples. :i raus lor )
llakt'd Leans. rcin
Lima lu-atis. per can ,
Hiuelr. Tries, jht can
C. VV. Horton,
3i'. Twentieth Street
HfiJLa.g g ISLSLSIJiSLSJLSLJiSLSSJLaS.:
We make a feature of attrac
tive Confectionery. DELI
CATE CREAMS, RELIARLfc
STICKS, WHOLESOME TAF
FIES. You buy it in bulk or
fancy boxes, and remember,
every bit is of good quality.1
Woodland Goodies and
Butter Scotch Marsh
mallows, they are fine
OCR ICE CREAM AND BAK
ERY DEPARTMENT is always
Complete, and can give you
everything' in that line.
F. J. Nlatn
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
CoaLl's Out Agcvtn.
Do you want an article
which will burn? Try
for cook stores and you
will be pleased.
E. B. McKown,
Fliteemji street and First Avenue.
PUPILS TO DEBATE
Government Irrigation of Western
Lands Subject for High
ROCK ISLAND AND DAVENPOET
Orators Preparing Tor tlio
The subject for the debate between
II"(k Island iiml Davenport high
.... 1 f . - 1 .1
m-immiis, ir wnit'ii a cnaiicnge was
issued by tin- latter, lias been eliosen
i ne oate approximately agreed upon
ami oilier details are being arrange!
by 1lte faculties of the two schools
I he subject will be, "Resolved, That
the I'nited States government shout.
reclaim by irrigation or otherwise
the aril western lands rather than
leave i ne enterprise to private cap
ital, the local school has chosen
the affirmative side and the debate
will be hell, probably in Davenport,
on the tirst 1-ridev after Hit close ol
the sprint,' vacation, which will be
J he Hock Inland High School De
bating union, which was organized
some weeks ago primarily to cleveloi
talent 1o put up against Davenport
is now in f n II working order and
likely pupils :u-e lwing trotted out
and put through thdr paces at
rapid rate. Debating as an art ha
been allowed to lnse in the Rock Is
land high school ,,f J:itc years. but
the pupils are taking it up now with
all the more enthusiasm ami some
promising IdPfiiMc orators have al-
rcadv been discovered.
It is the plan of the faculty to
make a thorough canvass to deter
mine who will uphold the standard
of the school on this side of the river.
riiose desiring to enter the competi
tion will In required to prepare
riefs on the ipicstion to be handled
ind present them before a board of
juuges. . dozen or more of the best
ones will be selected and the authors
II 1m pitted against each other till
team of six is chosen. The.-e will
then be divided into first and second
earns just before the meeting with
Davenport takes dace. Tin- meet in'
f the two divisions of I he Debating
union Thursday afternoons ::iv being
largely attended and there is no
doubt that the contest with Daten
part will draw a big cr.-iwd. Of course
an admission will 1m- chnigcd on that
occasion and the proceeds will be di
vided between the two schools, prob
ably for t!e benefit of the athletic
No lteht.ll -This Year-
At n nneting of the High School
Athletic association last evening it
was dechled to abrirn! -n baseball for
the. spring. This is .rrc:itlv to be re
gretted. Hock l-land alv.ays had a
good baseball team. iiir f.iiling to
put it ali over Molire and usually tak
ing the honors from Davenort. In
this game the lack-of weight of the
Imivs from this citv did not count for
so much anil they managed to gain
back through baseball in the spring
what their lightness forced them to
lose at football in the fall. Hut fr
some lime baseball has Tint Paid out
and the athletic fund has been heav
ily drawn upon to support the game.
I'ublic sentiment seems to favor foot
ball to such an extent that baseball
has become an expensive luxury for
the high school boys. This year, es
pecially in view of the fact that the
public appetite for the national game
will be satisfied by a professional u r
ticle. it was deemed esecially un
wise to fit out a team.
SiirKHu'it Knife Not Needed'.
Surgery is no longer necessary to
cure piles. J)e Witts W itcli Hazel
live cures such cases at once, re
moving the necessity lor dangerous,
painful and expensive operations.
For scalds, cuts, burns, wounds.
bruises, sores and Kkm diseases it is
unequalled. Reware' of counterfeits.
Made from Grape Cream of
Tartar, and Absolutely Pure
Highest ward, Chicago World's Fair.
Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chemists.
PRICE CAKINO POWDER CO.,
PREPARE FOR THE FINALS
IN SCHOOL EXAMINATION
County Supt. S. .1. Ferguson lias
mailed to the tt'ncherH throughout tjie
county a list of ijucstions to be used
in conducting an examination of 'lie
pupils about to complete the eighth
grade work with u view of ascertain
ing whether they are capable of at
tempting to take the finals later In
The teachers are requested to have
the r-ports on the preliminary ex
amination in by March 1.1 and the
finals will be held as usual in various
places in the- county about" May 10.
Supt. Ferguson is planning to intro
duce something new in the way of
commencement exerciser. for the
connlry pupiU. lie proposes to hold
such exercises at a number of con
venient places and have goinl siieak
ers to deliver addresses along edu
cational lines. It is hisv purpose U
charge a small admission fee and de
vole the receipts to the purchase of
books for the libraries of the schools
whose pupils graduate.
The quarterly' examination of
teachers will Ik- hel l at the supeiin-
tcndenl's office March 7 and S.
ARTISTS APPEAR AT
An appreciative audience en jo veil
the concert give n last evening at the
college cliajH-l by the faculty of the
Aiigustaua Conservatory of Music.
The program, arranged with artistic
csrp, was exuiiisitclv rendered
throughout It was as follows:
Sherzo Op. 31 Chopin
F. K. l'cterson.
Kemarks on Interpretation
1-". '.. Bartholomew
nata Op. :.' I liecthoven
l!c!ro. Adagio molto cxpressivo.
A. D. Kodfors. Franz Xe lcler.
"I.ieti Shrnor" Meyerbeer
Air from "Aniadis" ( I;s4) . . I.nily
I'nSvane (A Swan) Crieg
'raver and Cradle Song. . . .Cnilmant
A. D. Itolfors.
Ninety and Nine"
uobert I.. Stevenson
Mary Searles Penrose.
ve Maria Massenet
lla Lund. F. I-!. Peterson. Franz
.elder. A. D. P.odfors.
IIom- to Cure the (irlp.
I.'emaiu quietly at home and take
hanilM-rlain's t ough llcmedy as ili-
re teo and a ousck recovery is sure to
dlow. That remedy counteracts
iiiv tendency of the grip to result in
neitmoni:. which is reailv the onK
serious danger. Among t h
bet' il re
thousands who have iiseu it
grip, not one case nas ever
ported that did not recover
by all druggists.
' ' Con I.I Not Itrentlie. .
Coughs, colds, croup, grip, bron
chitis, other throat and lung trou
bles, are quickly cured by One Min
ute Cough Cure. One Minute Cough
Cure is not a mere expectorant,
which gives only temporary relief. It
softens and liquifies the mucous,
draws out the inflammation ami re
moves the cause of the disease. Al
solutelv safe. Acts sit once. "One
Minute Cough Cure will do all that is
claimed for it." says .lust ice of the
Peace .1. Q. Hood. Crosby. Miss. "My
wife could not. get her breath, and
waslrelieved by the- first dose, li has
been a benefit, to all my family." All
Scl;tlo Itheumatlam Corel.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist.
Kicdimond, Va., says: "I had u fear
ful attack, of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two montns; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. 'J his cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect, a. have also heard
of tine results from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island, Oust
Schlegel &. Son, 20 West "Second
st reet, Davenport.
i X. IS M V9 V'" I
ImiLilion KkinR-pow.'clrs rs rnol!jf mnf.9
lr.to alum. Thrv nuiy y--t iKutid.
Lul tbcir iim is tbe .ukt ol branhi
TAKES NEW CHARGE
Rev. G. B. Simons Called to Pas
torate of Indianola, Iowa,
LEAVES EARLIER THAN EXPECTED
Contract Here Not Inspiring t'ntil
April 20-Meeting of
bev. (i. li. Simons will deliver hh
farew ell sermon to 1 he coiigrega t ion of
the First Raptist church next Sunday
I'y that time a portion of his house
holil f fleets will have liecn sent to
Indianola, Iowa, where he has an
REV. G. 13. SIMON'S,
swered a call, and during the fbllow
ing week he- will depart with his fam
ily for that place.
I nder the contract Kev Simons'
term will not expire until April 20,
or ihrce months after notice of his
resignation was given, but the con
gregation at Indianola has no pastor
.i n I is greatly discommoded thereby
especially c n account of the fact that
the erection of a new church is to be
undertaken upon the ojx-ning ef the
Therefore the "trustees of the
eharch Here hate been pr aiie l upon
to allow I;ev. rsmions to go earner
;h::n they might have done under
ther circumstances. Indianola is
i Miriving ''oiicge town ot -t.iiiio in-
'labitants. lying south of Des Moines
m I with street car connections with
'hat city. Ki v Simons hopes to bet
'cv the health of himself and family
'.v the change.
Trl-t'lty Minister Meet.
The n gitlar hi-moiilhlv meeting .f
he Tri-Cttv Ministerial association
c.s! hvld.wsfcrdav afteuuaou at the
V. M. C. A. chapel in this city. The
until a i lress w:-s delivered by IJa'ibi
Willi:. in II. Finesliriber, of Davenport,
i pnii "The Place of thc Jew in lli.;-
'orv." The position ol the 'iberal
cw was .-el forth by the speaker,
who add that the mission of the .lew-
li race in tl:e past h:.s Ix-e'i 1 give
it. the world an ethical monotheism,
'n support of his c-oncbisions the rab
i ciuotcd historical facts and illus-
rations. making an address that was
o'liiuented upon with mti'-h favor by
lis fell.: w-mc iibcrs ,n the associa
To turn aside"
From every sordid path of worldly
To leave behind all of the bitter strife
And ruling pride,
1 To rend t he hen rt
)f trifling things which hold it iu
So closely shut 'tis hard to lift the
And let a dart
Of pure whit light"
Come in and search till corners of
And bring il from its wretchedness
New and contrite.
To fast and wci i
O'er davs of thougl.tlesseess and sel
s n.-niteiue to come or. suppliant
This Lent to keep.
Like Christ to find
.In blessed doing of the f ither's will
l'hat peace which follows, ever calm
Within the mind.
Vt r Cod to live,
fcrty days, but
Learning of Christ the joyfulness and
Which Lent can give.
At last to rise
some glad Easier morn
And hear his voice of welcome
lieyond the skies.
A Horrible Outbreak
'Of large sores on my little elaugh-
ter s head developed into a case ot
scald head," writes C. D. Isbill, of
Morganton, Tetin., but Bueklen's Ar
nica Salve completely cured her. It s
a guaranteed dire-for ecema, tet
ter, salt rheum, pimples, sores, ulcers
and piles. Only 2.1c at Hartz & LTle
meyer'a drug' store. N . , '
FIGHT IS ON.
Continued From Filth Page
.lo'in YV. tar.se, Joseph f harles. D. (
White. Charles Obcrg. Charles Hack
stedt, Albert . Johnson, M. E.
Sweeney. M. R. McUir.k , tins. I'tke
William .Renin. 1 1.
J hint ward John Shelley. ,T. I. liar
ris. L. G. Kddy. C. .1. Seaile, W; J
J.anson, Henry Schaffcr, Cant. John
O'Connor, James Johnston, I. I J. Sou
-uers, Hon j. inaw. i'. o. an GaUer,
illiam D. Gall. R. lUiverstick. S. S.
Hull, t harles Motz, Frank Skinner
W. T. Davis.
fourth ward Walter Rosenfield. S
J. Collins, J.' J. jnirrain, II. C. Clarke
J u. nes U. Darneli. tleorgc V. McCas-
krin. Dr. Joseph DeSilva. V. J. Sween
ey. John Kind;, Philip J. Miller. Wil
lia:n H. bange. James Pet.. M. M
Sturgeon. Augr.st Mocller, Dr. G. G
t raig. Sr.. I-. . icsh r.
Fifth ward P. F. Knox. M. I. Mor
ris, t-am IJarf. I rank ( olbns. John
Grogan, George McDonald. Charles
Schneider, Dr. J. I,'. Hollow bush. John
Himtoon, K.'W-. Olmsted. M. J. Mui
Phy, L. M. Drack, II. A. J McDonald,
Warren II. Peck.
Sixth ward W. H. Edwards, F. (
Denkmanu. K. Peterson. William Me-
I'onocdiie. II. Herzog p. J. C.ary, 1. F.
Bancroft. C. L. Nichols. H. Lewis, Dr
S. R. Hall, William Kennedy. Fred
Gall. L. II. Frink. Peter Loge.
Seventh ward A. E. Nelson. John
Kirkman. Frank Sperling. Louis Lar
son, r. M. Sinnet. l-clix Ilenke. Phi!
P.ruchinaiMi. (icuriro K. Scott, H. ti.
Rrooks, Earl Hiitcdiinson, A. I J. Curtis,
Frank .Nelson. Otto Iludert. John
V. Wells, Carl Anderson. I. P. Wilson.
1. A. Elm, William Luckliim. Siford
Johnson. H. f,. P.ollman, J. R. P.rooks,
Fir,st ward J. A. (Jodehn, G. AV.
Fre-eland. Magnus Sandeen, H. A.
Ainsvvorth. Fred (juick, D. A. Daniel
son, Alfred Ede. John Simileen. Emi!
Ilcimbeck, A. G. Swar.son, Swati
Iiopp. W. O. Heani, Dan llartwell. S.
Imrkluud, A. 1. biindoiiist.
Second ward C. T. Johnson, A. II.
rp, John Shalleen. Charles Seaholm.
F. W. Anders C. Walters, C. E. Rat
tles. A. V. Estcr.lahl. A. 11. Kohler.
.lonn v.anson. .loiin Killlescn. t. 1-..
Carlson. Ktvnolds Johnson. C. H.
Deere. William, Hut tcrwort h, Carl
Giistns, M. Schillinger.
Third ward Dr. P. H. Wessel. E.
E. Morgan. G. E. Erickson. W. A. Cox.
D. M. Gould. P. Ross, II. J. Pears. F.
D. Holt, P.. F. Peek, Alvin Anderson.
. II. (iluessing. II. pp, K. .
Hamilton. S. A. Herbst. llobrrt Ma-
hoii. Simon llirscdi. H:.rcy Williams.
Dr. J. V. Glm-ssing.
'ourth ward W. H. McCrea. P.
A. Mcrriman. A. O. Johnson. M. .Mien,
C. T. More. John linden, U. W. En-
trikin. W. A. MacP.eth, S. Goldstein,
G: W. Wood. W. A. Mec se. M. I). Kos-
entic! I. lla.rrv Haley. II. C. First, G.
M.Whe.dock William Hart left, J. M
Fifth ward John Pencil. August
Melin. Charles Anderson. C. A'. Swan
son, t . 1. 1 1 nit berg. Ninioni r.riss
man. 11. J. (iripp. Leroy Vinton. Fred
Frisk, X'. AV. Liindahl. S. K. Young,
Peter Nelson. William Gamble, land
Ytcrson. (. W. Johnson. E. A
Fallen. Jacob Stofft. G. A. Stevens.
Sixth ward Charles ShurtletT, (
M. Stoddard. J. W. Morgan. II. W. Nel
son. N. .1. Nelson. Han r islier. li. w
Odd!. D. R. .eigler. J. W. Parker
Keliie Craine. Morris Geisniar. Otto
Nelson. II. T. Leonard Theodore
ge. IClwooil Swaii'ler. John Lyon
Seventh ward W. C. Renneft. C. E
Whiteside, A. P. Fisk. Charles Ridel
nijt. .s. Keator. n. .1. r.ngstrom. r. m
W. Anderson. Axd E. Larson. ( harles
Hedeen, Henry Vierieh. Charles I'rues-
sing. Julius Newton, Aaron Peterson
Smith Rock Island Thomas Camp
bell. William Lucas, 1-rank Nonas.
David Kennedy, William Pate, George
IL Richmond, Ed Kobb, C. Cushman
Jacob Scherer, Harry Daek.
Andalusia George Spickler, Thorn-
as- liopes. . naries ivenks, wmium
-a. II'MI! .
Parmentei-, Albert Hofer.
P.owling Cvrus Miller, Robert Mill
er, . J l. ileal n. .lames .ic.iee
James Haynes. Ed Tindall. W. II. Wil
Cordova Gustav Drast, Charles
George. F. S. Cool, O. C. Handel. 1). J
Forsythe. Wilbur Rruner, Robert
Coal Valley R. R. Lewis, H. R. Mar
tin, J. T. Patterson, Uichard Pryee
Fred Rennet t. ,
Ruffalo Prairie O. J. Dull. Guy
Vanatta, Gideon Heed, George Rlake-
Iv, Hans Parkett, Charles France, Dr
j. IL Rendle.
Coe C. AV. AVake. E. C. Donahoo,
Jerry Pearsali, Simn Trent, AAilliain
Dillon. Judson Cox, Erie Tharnbloni.
Black Hawk George Tenges, O
South, (ieorge Drown, S. A Heath,
Ira Zahn, Twis Goben, John Rlazer,
Thomas Laughlin, Wilson Matthews.
Edgington (Precinct No. 2.) .1. R.
Vnnce, Uobert Mclntvre, Guy Wheat-
.....- . i ll.. T . . T T. 1...
tn. iinam tonneny, .lames i-. .lonn-
Edgington (Precinct No. 1.)
Charles Titterington. AV. S. Parks, AA.
II. Miller, II. R. Carpenter, O. L.
South Mdine (Precinct No.- 1.)
Conrad Josephson, Fritz Mason, Os
car Rerklund, G. L. Peterson. AVilliam
Stohlnacke. August Carstens, Nathan
iel Erickson; AA'alter Peterson, Ernest
Port Rvron L. S. Pearsali, A. H.
AA'endt, John J. Huntley. I), i.
Schaible, John McCaulej-.
Canoe Creek .1. Daily. J. F. Mill.
Tames AA'reath, Rolxrt Hill.
Hampton (Precinct 1) AVilliam Ed-
elman. Walter Black. Frank Dane
hart, Gus Metschke, Dan McNeal,
i . .'- "
Sensililo Safefuards Against
Sudden Changes of Temperature
litre you will find tlie long, full
A verT practical garment.
The DIIEXEL BOX, the newest Top Coat, and
The Krigliton i
A medium length oik;. This licing our first
spi ing season, Ave lave only
The Latest i
James Allsboro, Fred Meeske.
Hampton (Precinct No. 2) J. I
all. A. O'Hrien, John Heiinegan, Eli
'orbin. J. C. Hysant. George Skinner,
Hampton (Precinct No. :;i Hoyd
Mc Michael. Anthony Wells.
South Moline (Precinct No. 2)
I naries nawley, .1. r . l-.ge. tins .lamer
son. .lames Dale, I harles boding.
Ilural J. M. Hutchinson. R. J
Railey. A. E. Alley. James Walters, il
Zuma F. L. Wake. F. J. Whiteside
Jeorge Wuinwright, L. N Daly, .L-hn
Drury F. C. Mewes. J. D. Watson
August Kranz. William Peppers, Da-
id Rendle. Sam Spickler, Clmrle.-
levncdds. Frank Gillett.
1 tie temporary organization was
RKsOLlTKlNS 1'RKt'Il'lTATE FICSIIT.
II Use tin One Slile unit IleunnrlHtlon of
Yates State Machine on Other.
The majority report of the resolu
tions. cominittee was read by F. (J
Allen. It approved the administra
tions of I'resideiit AleKmlev anil l.ov.
Yates, favore 1 election of I'nited
States senators by direct vote of th
people; indorsed C. G. Dawes for
United States senator; R. F. Marsh
for congress and G. A". Gamble for
clerk of the appellate court. M. 1
Sweeney, representing the minority
of the resolutions committee, report
ed favoring the election of I'nited
States senators by direct vote of the
people and indorsing G. AA'. Gamble
for clerk of the appellate court.
.Dr. J. DeSilva moved the adoption
of the majority report, after elimin
ating the I'nibed States senatorship
G. AV. McCaskrin. seconding Dr. De
Silva's motion, said indorsement of
Dawes would injure the chances of
Mr. Gamble for apjKllate court clerk.
AA'. A. Mcese answered that it was
.Air. Gamble's recpiest that Mr. Dawes
Mr. Meese (luting his speech for
Dawes was frequently hissed.
Mr. Allen, speaking in support of
the majority report, said it was time-
to call a halt on the high-handed
methods of Gov. Yates in his cam
paign for the domination of both
branches of the legislature. The way
to do it was to indorse Mr. Dawes,
who is fighting for clean politics.
R. R.Olmsted assured the convention
that it was the wish of Mr. Gamble
that there be au indorsement of Mr.
Dawes, lvelieving such ae'tion would
be helpful to him in oilier e'ounties in
his candidacy for appellate court
if. E. Sweeney spoke for the minor
R. F. Peek said that the majority
report embodied the sentiments of
two-thirds of the republican Voters
of the county.
M. M. Sturgeon, said to bury fac
tional strife and eliminate from the.
resolutions all indosements or ap
proval of the state administration
Don t. said Mr. Sturgeon, " send a
Set of dummies to the stale conven
tion labeled: 'These are ours.
The motion of Dr. DSilvn for the
adoption of the majority report with
the senatorial indorsement stricken
out was then put, and defeated, ac
cording to the verdict of the chair.
A poll vote was demanded by G.
AA'. McCaskrin. who appealed from
the decision of the chair. The vote
was as follows: For the DeSilva mo-
ion, 2j4; against. 07.
On motion of if. M. Sturgeon the
portion in tTie majority report indors
ing the state administration was
The convention indorsed L. . Mc-
Cabe for senator on the second ballot.
and L. M. MagiU for representative
on tne nrst bailor.
E. E. Parmcnter was nominated for
county judge over Judge Adams.
Frank McMcekin, of the Port Byron
(lobe, was an interested speclatnr,
meditatively viewing the proceedings
from the standpoint of a "might have
been." For Rrother McMeekin had a
hunch that he could have landed the
t reasurership nominal ion had he
come out from under cover earlier
in the game. The only thing that
prevented his announcement was the
fact that it would mean two candi
dateshimself and Mr. Simonson
from the same town, and that in Me
Meekiifs mind, would be poor pol
itics. The report that there was a fight
against .1. AA'. Simonson in the Cor
dova caucus is denied, both F. S. Cool
and Charles (ieorge-, who were said
to have measured strength for con
trol of the meeting with the under
standing that it would mean a boom
for the winner for the t reasurership.
being members of ihe delegation. The
delegates are insturcted for Simon
son. The Hock Island delegates at their
meeting last evening at the court
house' 'e-Iecfed II. C. AA'illerton dele-
gat e-at -large and recommended R. F.
Knox for reelection as chairman of
the county committee.
C. T. Sherry, of Oswego, manager
of Congressman Hopkin's senatorial
campaign; 11. . Campbell, of Chica
go; II. C. Regole. of Relleville. candi
date for state treasurer, and State
Senator C. P. Gardner, of Mendota.
ire here to attend the convention.
II. H. Kobb. South Kock Island, was
sprung at the eleventh hour as a dark
horse candidate for sheriff.
The presence of several ladies in
one or the ooxes nail a gooil moral ef
fect on the delegates.
A ban ly tally sheet was distributed
with the compliments of Ed Kitlilseii,
candidate for sheriff.
I. A. Godehn. of Moline. while the
convention was waiting for the re
port of the committee on credentials.
ittempted td start a boom for him
self for treasurer.
E-x-Senator AA'. F. Crawford, of
'ilgington, occupied a box. In his
new store clothes, a morning shave
and a serious look, he afforded a real
ly dignified picture. "
Chairman Bennett used a stage egg
for a gavel.
COUNT V TEMPLE
John Montgomery to Ella M. Hor
ton, n 4" feet lot. l.'i, and south 3 feet
ot 14. block 4. Rarth & Rabeoc k's
uld.. Rock Island. $1.
Hir am N. Sellers to Charles Sellc rs.
nwVi, sw'e- 2S, 10. 3w, and e'a. se'4.
2'J. 10, 3 w, $fi.0(M.
Hiram N. Sdlers to AA'illiam Raker,
swi,. nw-14. 2s, 10, 3w, $2,000.
AA'illiam H. Bean et al to Elisha R.
Roberts, tract by metes and bounds.
v',, 2.-i. 17, 3w; and ey.., swi n 4,
. 17. :w. $1.7tMi.
Walter D. Stevens
to (ieorge E
Bailov. lot 1. AA. E.
Rock Island. $400.
March 1. August
lots 9 and
block 4. M. A. Kodman's subdiv.,
Hale's add.. Rock Island, $1,000.
n Elijah Baker to J. S. Shrock.
part assessor's lot 5. .11. 10. 5w. $1,800.
Edward Davis to J. S. Shrock, part
assessor's lot 5, 31. 1C. 5w, $1.
Curtis E. Hunter to Nelson Lee,
s'L. part assessor's lot 2, and 4, 34,
10, Cw; tract by metes and bounds,
ne',, 34. 15. 6v,$700.
AA'illiam II. AA'heaton to AA'illiam Jen
nings, sw. 34. 10. 3w, $10,000.
Samuel Yickers to James Boulting
house. es. se, 32. 16. 3w. $4.S00.
Amos C. Babeock to Daniel AA'heat
on. SW. 34, lit, 3W. S3.UOO.
Charles II. Hubbard et
Schmidt, e'j, nw and e'i.
al to Adam
sw, nw, 17.
10. 3vv. $0,018.7.
Daniel N. Beal to E. J. Searle. sw,
nw, and nw, sw, 'o, is. ue. i.uuu.
Agnes McAuley to Sarah E. McII-
vain ct al. part lot 12, block 2, Barth
& Babcock's add.. Rock Island, $1,100.