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THE AJRGUD. FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 2. 1891
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tirfira.'-" iV of the celebrated
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,' in 5l.U: ramie, Sl3, $14;
f;?kbUtelle.$. $30. AL
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ffiPION & CO.
, ..CP:c."l lar-1 mi'litions t" tieir stock
hi rvt ry department.
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i ncyclopedeas, Etc ,
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A. D. HUESING.
I !;raetit. among other ime-tried and well
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Jm biarar re Company, of England.
1 ttatfter Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
klio German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
l:-:er ftermin Im. Co., Rochester, H. T.
Sires Iss. Co., of Pittsburgh., Pa.
P;r? Office. London,
is 1st. Co., of California.
SKtr.'.ylm. Co.. New a iven. Conn.
Inmee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wia
wain Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
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ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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Surety on Bonds.
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"X.-tii .r u-e'ies. or who may wich
Ku -.f fr.nx. further obligations as
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t-0 LIEUBttKNECdiT. Asent.
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F.iir i is cknowledRel
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Jneotily sate remedy fot
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BOIfl By DraarciaUL
. Tonight Miss Hettie Bernard Chase ap
pears at Hurper's theatre in the new play,
Uncle's Darling." The Oshkosh North
Despite itae numerous conflicting at.
tractions about the town, a good audience
was in attendance at the opera house on
Saturday evening to witness the perform
ance of "Uncle's Darhne," a romance of
Alaska. The several scenes used in the
first three acts are all new, and painted
expressly for the play. The first an
ocean scene, with a light bouse in the
distance; the second a rocky ledge dis
closing the exterior of Uncle BiH"s seaside
home, and the last an ice scene in Alaska,
with a ship frozen fast in the huge bergs.
'Little Darling." the sea waif, was well ta
ken by Hettie Bernard Chase and the free,
easy, hones t grace with which she por
trayed the character of an ignorant sailor
lass, won the hearty approval of all pres
ent. ".Jo Harrows," toe unfortunate but
true sailor, was admirably done by
Cnarles W. Chase. Frank Calburt was
a whole shaw in himself in doing"Uncle
Billy." Hs songs and impersonations
were the bust given htre the present sea
son. The songs, dances and specialties
Intersperse! at intervals during the pros
ouction of the piece, all are new, and
tvery one merited the rousing encore
THE STOWAWAY "
Tonight at the Burtis opera house,
Davenport, will be presented that start
ling drama from real life, "The Stowa
way." Ia its wonderfully realistic efs
fects and tie story of true life, which is
worked out, it is one of the foremost
stage productions of the day.
A FASHIONABLE EVEST.
The fashionable event of the dramatic
season will be the appearance of Alex
ander Salvni at the Burtis opera house,
Davenport, oa Tuetdiy evening next, in
D'Ennery'b celebrated "Don Caeser de
Bazin." The story is one of love in the
olden time, and is filled with the most
beautiful s tuatious, ranging from the ro
mantic to tne heroic. Mr. alvini has his
great comt my of artists, who made his
memorial i ngagement in Chicago such a
Stiippe l by the Light of the Moon,'
on the occasion of its last visit to San
Francisco, peered even a greater succass
than it did 'be first time it was presented
there. Tbe "standing room onl$" sign
was disphv ed nightly." At the Burtis
open house Monday night.
, TRANSFERS .
2C William R Richards to William V
Richard, lot 1, block 3, Moore's first ad
dition, Mo'ine. $1,400.
William H Gest to Ludwig Susemihl,
port blocg 44, Lower addition, R k Isl
Brigitta Mohr to Claus F. Shaue, fi
sej nej. 14. 18. 12. $1,100.
E D Kotn to Ferdinand Levy, w 48
feet lot 4. Mock 2, Spencer & Case's addi
tion. Rock Island, $3,000.
H E Burris to Hans Jorgensen, lot 4,
block 6, Thompson & Wells' addition.
Rock Islan J, $325.
C ttherine Cronm to Julia Ghin, sc
part outlot 54, 36. 18, 2w, $100.
28. J C H Read to Cnarles P Ry
der, lots 1. 2. 3. 4, 5, 6. 7, 8. 9 and 10,
Henderson a addition. South Moline,
George W Brooks to Peter Bennell, t i
lot 2, block 1, Bailey Davenport's Second
addition, Moline, $1,200.
Frank P Lewis to E H Guvey and E B
Kreis, wj lota 3 and 4, block 2, South
C F Hemenway to Thomas B Noden,
lot 5. block K, Prospect Park addition,
9 Moline Water Power company to
Gust Tropp. lot 1, Moline Water Power
company's second ad4, Moline, $S81.95.
Nellie 8 Powell to Mary M Bruner, sw J
neJ3. 16. 5, swJlot6, 19. 16. 5w, se,
nei,,8rJ,23,18,6w,si.Dci, J, bwJ.
sej. s, 24. 16. lw, $1.
Sarah L frchholtz to Hw-r A Tubbs,
lot 13. block 3, Rapids Cr. $45
Levi S KiCibe and E H Guyer to E W
Harst. lot 2, block 2. cond Fairmount
add, Moline, $1.
B F Star ley to Curtis B Ellis, part swj
sw10. 16, 2w, $2,000.
T J Siarkey to B F Starkey part ewj
swj 10, 16 2w, $1,500.
20 Estate of Gideon L. Dickinson.
Inventory tiled and approved.
Assignment of Heany & Mul'.ery. As
signee's inventory and list of creditors
28 EsU.te - of Peter Holzhammer.
Widow's relinquishment and selection fi!ed
and approved and order turning over
properly stlected to widow.
Guardianship of Frederick M. Feaster.
Final report of guardian, receipt and re
lease of wsrd filed and approved, tnd
Estate of Alfred Doxsee. Letters of
administra ion to Hugh H. Parks.
Bond filed and approved L. F. Cralle,
John G. Bjaty aLd Charles E. Smith ap
Guardianship of minor heirs of Thomas
T.Johnston. Order approving lease of
part of wa-db' real estate for one year to
John and Andrew McConnell for $520.
29. Conservatorship of Charles F.
Dieckmanc. New bond of conservator
filed and approved.
Advertise last So. 0.
List of lette-a uncalled for at the Postoffice at
Rock Island, Boca Island county, Illinois,
Sept. SO, un
McDonnell Kre Norry
Moysie Miss Carrie
Patterson Miss Anna
Rathburn Mrs Emma
bamoeleon b C
Sherman John G
Thompson Miss Annie
Wricht Miss Harriette
Karlsau Mrs AUe
HOWARD WELLS. P. M.
Don't! If a dealer offers you a bottle
of Salvation Oil without labels or wrap
pers, or in a mutilated or defaced pack
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upon gettii ga perfect, unbroken, genu
ine package Price 25 cent.
arper's Theatre, ;
J- E. Montrose. Manager.
FRIDAY EVE., OCT. 2nd.
HETTIE BERNARD CHASE,
Supported by a fine company of Dramatic Ar
lisie, and the famous Golden Gati Q lartette,
in her Latett, Best and Great Hay,
A Romance o.' A!tsia,by Ch;s. W. Chase.
''True frlendf, like ivy c'infrtni to the wall,
bland side by gide- or both together fall."
Special Srtnery for Three entile Acts!
The (ire at shipwreck Scene I
The Wonderful Ice (-.lacier Scene!
with Grandly I.laminated Aurora BorealtsI
Seats on tale Sept. 30th at Barker House Phar
macy. Prices. 2 j, 5J and 75 cents.
Burtis Opera House,
FRIDAY EVE., OCT. 2,
With all Its Snrprisirg Scenic Features,
NEW $10,000 YACHT SCENE
Handsomest Stage Pictura ever shown.
The Atl-Cotiquering Cast Embrance. Mark
Lynch, Jo-eh S -ytor. Frank Richardson. Jsn.me
Kirfrsbnry. H.irry Bonker, Leonora Bradley,
iileeu Huret'a B. ,T. Mcye. Jo. p. Smith. LiOby
Kirke and Lilnan Rivers Incoxpara.le Actora
Soul-Stirring Safe Blowing !
By the Eminent Reformed Burglars
"SPIKE" UENXESSY AN D "KID- McCOY.
Who wi.l "crack"' a Real Safe by the Latest Ap
PRICES 25, M, 75, and $l.ffl. Seats at Fluke's,
Telephone Ho. StO.
Burtis Opera House,
Now for a Good Laugh!
It's Funny, very, very Funnv.
MONDAY EVE., OCT. 5th.
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And their play th it has made all a -science
(has. J. Hacen, Tom Martin,
John C. Learn, A'fa Perry.
Dolly Thornton and Lida Wells.
The Loudest Laugh of the Season
Prices- fl Oil, 75, 50 and 5 cents Seats at
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Leading styles, large variety and low prices
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'rxirS UEV7 YORK.
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And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne