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THE .LBGTJ& FBIDAY, I NOVEMBER 6, 1891.
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Hiiflmrs fnr 1 new business ; will
j-l"0"fJ.Vliber.l money: call at
i ..tuamMi M ults ardsn
'rgIl, fruit ni1 ornamental treea,
!" f l?,U shrub., ere. No experience
,U'-R f,'.V required. GOOD PAY.
rTt- P KKIiBMA" CO Rocb.
Ssv for Work
e;e!wd Ure additions to Vxeit stock, V
" , avAfv Hentrtment.
ndiappliea of all kinds, inclnding
Encyclopedeas, Etc ,
fct Goods at Low Rates-
A, 0. HUESING,
H!jfC""iH3. ii ' n , u i ii n i i ii. u . i i i biiu won
non Fire Insurance Companies he following:
Inr: hiamnce Company, of England.
tcae! Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Ifcjiio fkrman Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
ixbtfXt; (iermn Ins. Co., Rochester, R. Y.
Cu'ii' Ib. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
fcs Fire Oflce. London.
Zf.on In. Co., of California.
Stcir.iy In. C.. New Hivon, Conn.
M!.i-i!" Mechanics Ina. Co., Milwaukee, Wis
SermiL Fire Ins. Coof Peoria, 111,
OS Cor. 18:h St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
'1 M. BUFORD,.
T. o!3 Fire and Time-trtM Ooarptalss
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD,
buiia low a any rellble company earn ajaaan,
Vonr patronage la solicits.
vr Oflce m Argus block. j
Surety on Bonds.
TKw who tre required to give bonds in p-wi-Js
of trust, ani who de.tre to avoid asking
mm to hewne their sn-e'le. o who may wish
r 1 re fri-n i. from further utilisations aa
'".'""' "' 1 " e wno ry d ire bonds and
M i. -,. j r;din ihecour , shnnld apply
SrT-rV'r. .""c.ri toe AMERICAN
'L.-icT C J , of New er . Ca-h Capital
Muni tif ,u itive cirenlw nn application.
ED. LIBBBKKXECM T. Agent,
ITU cco j avenne. Hock Island, 111.
HORST V0N.KO2CKRITZ, Pharmacist
Prescription's a Spkcialtt.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Thlrd St
Orders promptly filled for
Game, Fish and
Also a first-class Restaurant
a: all hours. By Ilarry W. Bmythe at
TV ,"lMe J'-nnIe"aTbba, Deceased.
i'rTrit T,!rnea nv'ng been appointed admln
lii, , ,." "ie estate of Jennie ulbbs.
"fll'rL. . onnty of Rock Island, state
; CQ, '"n: me counry conn or nocx
1ft an.) .
tour i ,n!yr at "le race of the clerk of eald
rie,i y or Hnck I'land, at tbe Dccem-
"wiicB fir" Mnday in December next,
"iii tr Persons having claims against
''ribfnn.,e are notified and requested to attend.
om iXi havin? eame d3'rte-J All
Kit. J J"1 to said estate are requested to
Ditl ,mt Payment to the undersigned.
Avi'.i"h d" October. A. D., 181.
S!"E M. WORKMAN, Administratrix,
Wrapa for Bainy Weather Which Are
Becoming to Fair Pedeatrimns.
No lady's wardrobe is complete with
out a wa -erproof wrap of some sort. There
is a vast difference in these particular gar
ments, but the best are always the cheapest
in the end, and perfectly satisfactory.
Shower proof cloaks may be more becom
ing and prettier of aspect, bnt when it
comes to hard wear and tear there is noth
ing like t he veritable mackintosh, especial
ly as the manufacturers can ensure that
there is no smell whatever. The water
proofs of a season or so ago were made with
distinct t kirts and capes. Now there are
waterproofs with the skirts attached to
front piices, which are slipped over the
shoulder, thus minimizing the weight. The
capes art single breasted, for if they do open
they sho v only a sort of vest of the same
waterprtof.- Double breasted caries are
also made, showing no buttons and lined
.with sillc. The waterproofed material is
often a pretty checked woolen, so that with
the silk lining the cloaks can be made to
Buawer me uouoie purpose of a wrap.
fl A ;M !' vth tnp wvt vrinrrD
Some cf the new capes are shaped on the
shoulder, and high collars are almost uni
versal. M.my of tbe cloaks are drawn in
to the figure at the back, and some have a
couple of plaits, which take away from the
apparent width at the waist. The great
recommendation of the waterproofed gar
ments of tlie present day is that they are
becoming- well as useful. In the cut are
shown tv.-o new styles. One is of dust col
ored tweed lined with crimson and fash
ioned wii h a deep cape and hood. Most of
the b rWwl i 1 1 J ih. -U V- u ... mn,ruV.la TV.
second figure represents a stylish mackin
tosh 11 is mane or tartan, the plaids of
which arj skillfully cut and planned.
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traveling are made for both ladies and
gentlemen, with a series of small pockets
capable t f holding a great deal. Hats are
sold impervious to wet, and are a great
boon. Gloves also.
Mantles and Jackets.
Mantles are always difficult to choose,
but then is a -jreat variety to tempt pur
chasers. Tbe best are three-quarter length
with hig i shoulders and collar. Some of
the newest have yokes of velvet or fur in
Broche velvets will be a good deal worn
as tbe se;ison advances, and all tbe cloaks
are cut on the cross. This cross cuttintr
adds to the amplitude of tbe folds.
biciliei ue is frequently blended with vel
vet and sable tail. Handsome shot silk
linings a-e used, and for evening wear very
light clot hs are trimmed principally with
white Tfciliet goat, and richly embroidered
in small pearl beads and fljd thread. For
traveling there is a good deal of solid com
fort in t lie ample woolen check cloaks,
which hi ve detachable capes, cut on the
cross, descending almost to the knee.
The ai kets are most of them of the high
wayman order, with big flap pockets and
deep gauntlet cuffs. These have a waist
coat and upstanding collar. There are
jackets in Muck cloth, embroidered in black
and gold, and jackets in fancy cloth elabo
rately braided. Clnth covert coats with
their loose fronts and high turndown collar
afford a pleasing variety.
As American women are imt only follow
ing tbe l.tiglish style in their manner of
riding bit also in the fashion of their
habits, the accompanying r;it will lie of
interest lo lady equestrians. It shows a rid
ing habit in blue cloth flecked with white
and made witn a double breasted coat cut
with hip seams. The coat displays a scarlet
cloth wi.istcoat. The skirt is cut so as to
fit the addle when the rider is seated.
The derby hat worn with this habit is of
the sam; color as the habit. An idea is
also given of tbe style of saddle, livery of
tbe groom, etc.
as English runrNG outfit.
A French habit seen had the skirt in
black Melton cloth. The waistcoat was in
red cloth, crossed with black frogs, while
the jacket worn over it was in fawn color
ed cloth. Mousquetaire gloves, high boots
in paten', leather and a black silk hat were
f urnishe 1 to wear with tnis nauit.
Silks and Brocades.
For ev ining dresses come colored stripes
on white moire or faiile grounds. Very
narrow stripes of several colors are to
gether, as pink, mauve, pisti.che and yel
low iu one pattern, while others have
stripes of a single color in satin only a
quarter i.f an inch wide on white faille.
Still oth'-rs have wider white moire stripes
"nennettd" with tiuy black dots, alternat
ing with inch wide satin stripes of rose,
green or mnuve. Jeweled effects are the
nnvtlr.v i n rich brocades. New bias striped
silks ha;e gay flowered vines; on black
grounds. Changeable stripes oi oiacK witn
gold are effective beside black satin stripes.
Hmw curded beugalines come in new dark
hadea fr-day dresses, and in light tints
for eveai ng wear, says Harper s oazar.
31 Banner Coal A Coal Oil company to
David Walsh, e sw 29. 17. 1 w, 3.200.
Mary Brough to Frederick Mortier, lot
3, block 3. Georee L Davenport's add,
Rock Island, $1,150
Samuel Leveen to Jacob B Sax w 40 feet
lot 8. block 1. Spencer & Case's add, Rock
Diedrich Moorhusen to Herman Roes
er. part lots 7 and 8, Henry Dedloft'a
add, Moline. $850.
Lorenzo E Pish to Eudora Fish, part
lot 45, 83. 18. lw, assessor's plat 1861,
Nov 2 John O'Connor to George A
Young, lot 13, 8weeney & Jackson's add,
2 Anson Candee to Gust W Lindabl.
lot 2. block 5, Candee Grove add, Moline.
Anson Candee to Lambert G Westberg,
lot 3, block 5, Candee Grove add, Moline,
L G Westerburg to Anson Candee, lot 3.
block 5, Candee Grove add, Moline, $200.
Catherine McCaw to Jacob Mublemann,
ej swj 12. 16, 2w. $1,500.
Carrie Simnnson to William Garnett,
i nwJ21,19. 2e.$950.
Theodore Scattergood by guardian to
J H Canon, part ne swj and wj eel 21.
16, 5w, $326.
Theodore Scatter-good to J H Canon,
n si and wj se 21. 16. 5w, $75 33. .
J C H Reed to A W Wads won h, 350
feet lot 4. block 2, Heal j's first add, Mo
George WD Harris to J E Farrar, part
lot 13, eel 2. 17. 2w, 8800.
3 Mary . F Porter to William C
Thede, lot 3. Mary F Porter's First addi
tion to Moline. $300.
Mart F Porter to Charles O Hansen,
lot 2, Mary F Porter's addition to Moline,
William McKeever to Martin Y Cady,
lots 1 at d 2, block F, Moline Water
Power Co.'s addition to Moline. $500.
Williard A Paul to Mary A Lynde, part
lot 5. block 9, Old Town. Rock Island,
Jane F Mulligan to FE Rye, lot 43,
Weatberhead's addition to Rock Island,
August Geicer to William Evert, nw,
nr J 3,17. 2w. track by metes and bounds,
Nov 2 Estate of John H. Stubbe.
Estate of A. M. R S. Enowles. Claim
of Charles L. Morgan allowed in seventh
Estate of John O. Brown. Proof of
notice to creditors filed.
No?. 3. Estate of Jared L Cool. Ex
ecutors report filed and approved .
Estate of Etta M Rand. Final account
and report of distribution filed and ap
proved and administrator discharged.
Guardianship of Rosella Sides. Guar,
dian's inventory filed and approved.
LICENSED TO WED.
29 Henry J. Johnson, Jennie M. Con
well, Cable; Frank D. Taylor, Anna D.
Wilcox, Rock Island; Samuel E. Light,
Mrs. Ada Farquorh, Cincinnati.
30 Axel F. Hjorth, Moline, Magda
lena Lindmark, Chicago-
Nov. 2 William W. Witherell. Daven
port. A'.ice L. Davis. Kokomo; Zodac H.
Wynn, Miian, Mamie Zrigler, Maple
3 John E. Coleman. Anna Brennan,
Rock Island; Mark P. Murphv. Brook
lyr, N. Y., Jennie Reynolds, Cincinnati,
4 Abram Strausp, Anamosa. Iowa,
Flora Rosenfield. Rock Island; Edwin C.
Nice. Lida Po t. Milan, James Connor.
Chicago, Mrs. Anna Schmidt, Rock Isl
and; John G. Carroll, Celia Tniering,
Desires to Bear Testimony.
Henry Thome, traveling secretary of
tbe Y. M. C. A., writes from Exeter hall,
Strand. London, February 2,1888:
"I desire to bear my testimony to the
value of Allcock's Porous Plasters. I
have used tbem for pains in tbe back and
side arising from rheumatic and other
causes never without deriving benefit
from their application. They are easily
applied and very comforting. Those en
gaged sb I am in public work which in
volves exposure to sudden change ot tem
perature, w li do well to keep a supply of
Allcock's Porous Plasters in their portmanteaus."
For all forms of nasal catarrh where
there is dryness of the air passages with
what is commonly called "stuffing up."
especially when going to bed, Ely's
Cream Balm gives immediate relief. Its
benefit to me has been priceless. A. G.
Case, M. D., Millwood, Eas.
One ot my children had a very bad
discbarge from her nose. Two physi
cians prescribed, but without benefit.
We tried E'y's Cream Balm, and, much
to our surprise, there was a marked im
provement. We continued using tbe
Balm and in a sborr time the discharge
was dured. O. A. Cary, Corning, N. Y.
One story and a half frame building,
seven rooms, with basement and good
cellar; also well, summer kitchen and
good barn; desirable location.
Oae two-story double brick dwelling
with 10 rooms, basement with four rooms
and cellar, well, cistern and good barn on
premise?; large yard. Enquire of John
Apple, 909 First ayenue.
William Ebleb, the grocer, has remov
ed from Fourth avenue and Twentieth
street to his new store, No. 805 Twen
tieth street, where be will be pleased to
see all his old customers. Call or tele
phone 1,118. N William Eh: jb.
notice to Wtnr Consumsrs.
. Parties wishing to have tbe water sup
ply shut off during tbe winter season will
please leave notice at tbe city clera's
office before Nov. 10. No charges will
be made. Robert Eoehler,
Collector of Water Rent.
FOR LIEN ONLY!
mi at or rAIXXWO KARROOS.
I General and KEKV0U8 DEBILITY.
WoikiM .f Body ud Mind, Effucta
llnf TirrnrinirTriii nasiis in Old ar Vmm.
lUtau, hMr ai.MHMID fall; BMamL H.w Im KaUnnua
aklM.lr aanutkw HUSK TKUTBJOITaScSU bau.
ll,fc ctH.MII RbHlMnMIM,
MM bjieIAL CO., BUFFALO ,M. V.
That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth!
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gent's Furnish
ing Goods has to be sacrificed regardless
of cost, as we will positively
QUIT -THE CLOTHING BUSINESS.
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Carse k Co.
Will give away a NEAT PENCIL CASE
with every pair of School Shoes this com
ing week, at the old reliable shoe house,
CARSE & GO.
1622 Second Avenue
Imparts c brilliant transparent y Co tbe rkim. Rsv
I more all pimple, freckle and ditacolormtlon. Foe
sale by nil firtrclaiilrufner u, or mailed for 60 eta.
In 0Uunpa by
oss- spas umirviamuiUKlu . i uus
JK1 3S found M
die tt GEO. P.
Kawsram Apvajtranno Boasto (10 Bprao
treat), wbers aavsr- i
t aina eontraete aaas
1 1 niada fat it is I
J. X. TJIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 8econd Avenne