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THE A1IGUS; FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1891.
I AM WILLING
You should take advantage of the LOW PRICES
we are making on
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Etc.
Ingrain carpets from 35o a yard up.
Brussells carpets from 50o a yard up.
Genuine Smyrna rugs 80c and up.
Fine fur rugs very cheap.
' Parlor Suits-Assortment Complete.
Lounges and couches prices to' suit.
A handsome durable platform rocker S3.QO,
Bedroom sets and bedsteads a few more of those
Ladies' desks, music cabinets and combination
cases cannot be equaled for price and quality.
Come and see what we ha e, and be convinced
of the money I can save you.
Cash or Credit; No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open every evening until 8:00 o'clock, and Saturday', nntil 10:00p. m.
AGENCY FOR THE 4.
Office end Shop 219 Eisttcenth Street. Telephone 11
CHAS. W. YERBIRY. Manaeer.
STEAM and HOT WATER
Rock Island, HI.
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WELL KNOWN-
Stab Block, Opposite Habpee House.
has purchased tor the
Fall and Winter of 1891-2,
larger and finer stock than evar. These goods will arrive lit a few days. Wait and see them.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market
All kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats always on hind. Game,
Fish and Oysters In the season.
Retnoldb' Block, Mouse Ave., FOOT. OF ELM ST.
J. T. O'CONNOR, Proprietor.
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
Thie new Sample Room is now open for business. The b. at of Wines. Liquors and ne
Import ad Cigars always on hand.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
-. - . -I , NfARKET SQUARE.
nnnnooD restored ikssk
urntre to cure all nTTou 1teap urh m VTonk Meioorr,
LutMof Brain Power. Headache. WRkffi nvn. Lota Manhood, Niphtl? Kmt
mn. NprTouneffM.Iawiiude. all drains itnd lom of power of the Oenerativ
Oman tn wither wx cause! by over ex -tion. Touthful crmr. nr MraMi
v rif i o of Utao-o. opium or HttmuIantA whi b toon lead to I n firm it t. Cnnporop
yyil tion and Insanity, put np convenient to carry tn Tent pocket. 1 per pack-
' ae b mall: fi fort. With erv Mr, nrriAi we mitt irt f MumifM tn
For iftle in Rock island by Harts & Bahnien, 3d Are. and 20th street
Suit sa'e 'Goldsmith's. 1
Great bargains at the Londo 1.
Pred Woltmmn for a One watch.
S'ausihtertng prices at the London.
Double breaatei suits al Goldsmith's .
No end to the low prices at the Lon.
Timothy Eoriehr, of Cordova, is In the
city visiting with ?riend.
R. C. Palmer, of CleTeland, Obio, is in
the city on a visit to friends.
Money in your pockets by buying at lhe
London's slaughtering sole.
Read the big sign over Goldsmith's
clothing house and pre fit thereby.
Clarence J. Porter, of Memphis, is
Uttiog with friends in the city.
Underwear at prices that talk for
themselves at the London's slaughtering
Mrs. 8. W. McM aster left last night
on an extended visit to friends in Ash
Suits till you can't rest at the London's
slaughtering sale, an I at prices to cuit
the tightest purse.
Charles W. Hull and wife, of Oma'ia,
re in the citiy on visit to Mr. Hull's pat
rents on Moline avenue.
The ball to have been given by the
Druid society tomorrow night, has been
Don't put oS buying an overcoat any
longer. The London's slaughtering sale
will save you from $3 to $ on an over
coat. The slaughtering sale of the London
Clothing company is a great saving to the
people, and you should tvke advantage of
their low prices.
Your neighbors are buying their cloth
ing at the London's elaughteiing sale, and
you ought to do likewise.
"An American Boy" was presented at
Harper's theatre last evening. The show
had some redeeming features, but only a
few, and it needed all it had.
Negus Bros', have purchased three
handsome Brunswick &, Balke billiard
tables with which to ornament the tewly
furnished bar rocm of their hotel.
The second of the enter:aiarnents by
the Rock Island Lecture association, will
be presented at Harper s theatre thS
evenlne, when George R. Wendling will
spesk on "Popular Delusions." The
house will be packed.
The funeral of the late Louis N. EJg
ington, of Buffalo Prairie, was held from
the First Baptist church at Reynolds at
noon yesterdav. Rev, T. R. Johnston, of
Edgington, officiating. The pallbearers
were: Georee Hirris, Moses Titteritrg.
ton. Leonard Titlerington. Chares
Waltman, Samuel Johnson, arjd
Newton, Crawford. The services at
the church and at the grave were largely
attended. At the grave prayer was offers
ed by Rev. J. A Risson.
I'apt. Ur -allah Hansom HiKmti.aN
Aboat the reriimeot toatraliiax
Capt. Grealisb.of Rock Islatd Arsenal,
thinks, according to a tri city paper, the
government should either own or control
the railroads si that it could use them in
esses of emergency. He sajstheneed
of this was shown emphatically during
the recent Pine Ridge trouble.
"I remember only too well,' says he,
how ths oftijerj of Ruck Island, tried
for many hours to eet rail.
roads to p'.ace an engine at our dis
posal and give us whit cars we needed to
ship supplies to our troops at Pine Ridge,
which were then engaged in battle. Our
soldiers were there at d needed to be sup
plied, but all the urging within our
power failed to bring the railroad officers
to a speedy ac:ion. Although they faith
fully promised during the hours and
hours of dtl'T, lhe troops, for ail we
knew, were being slaughtered for want
of the needful ammunition, but the eov
eminent wes totally and absolutely at the
mercy of a private railroad corporation.
After that experience I am more than
ever convinced of the urgent necessity of
the government having something to sty
about the railroads."
The .ew Kallroail Mae.
We notice in the GalRnhnnr Rnnm;
can and later in the Geneseo Republic
uiai me railroad lor a through line north
and south, lately mentioned in the Chron
icle as filing papers of incorporation, is
under way to become an established cer
tainty. It will be an extension of the
Jacksonville Southeastern with alleged
terminals at Havana and Rock Island.
Galesburg is to be one point nearest
south of us. If this should come to pats,
as it undoubtedly will, we fail to see why
Andover should not be favored with this
road, that is, if the shortest possible
route through the richest aud most pro
gressive farming country in the
state would cut any figure. . This
township voted 140,000 for a
railroad once, if we remember right, and
we think we are available yet, as no cer
tain road was specified in the petition It
must be the one that first comes through
this village and locales a station here.
If Cambridge. Geneseo, Morrison and in
fluence further north fails to change the
northern terminus of the project, we
stand a pretty good chance to get it, or
unless the Cable coal miners would have
ny bearing, which is not likely, as the
road would pass through coal fields south
of us. We have only a little touch in
the south east corner of the township by
the R. 1.4P.R.U, which does us no
earthly good at all. Let us not only hope
for mow as in the past, but work for it tf
we don't get it. Cambridge Chronicle.
16 3 H Tenney by heirs to John Van
Meter, tract by metes and bounds stj 31,
18. le, SI.
August Westberg to Marvel H White,
lot 1, block 2, Mc Master's add, Rock Isl
James E Warren to M.tvel H Wbit lot
11 , block 1. William Brooks' add. Rock
Island, f 1.400.
Achsah M Paddock to Mary G Skid
more, part lot 4 block 0, Woodb' third
add, Moline, $350.
J C H Read to Amelia M Cowley, lot 2.
block 11, O T Elwards' add. Moline,
Ann Tobin to Davenport & Rock Island
Railway company, lot 3. block 1. Bailey &
Boyle's add. Rock Island. $2,500.
1? James S x'on to James F. Nor
mand, out lots 41 and 61, 25, 19, 12,
Rufus A Smith to William R Moore,
c4) feet lot 17 R A Smith's addition to
Rock Island. $250.
Anfon Candle to F.auk McEelvie. lot.
5, block I. Candee Grove. Moline, $300
Henry C Boggess to Frank Voc'e. ii
lot 5 and c J lot 8. block 60. Chicago or
Loner addition to Rock Island, $353.
r ROB ATE.
13 Estate of John F. Murray. It
ventory, appraisement bill and widow's
award filed and approved. Proof of
notice to creditors filed.
Estate of Charles W. Diemer. Bond of
Martha Diemer as administratrix filed and
approved and letters of administration
issued to ber.
Estate of Amanda Babcock. Denos;
tion of Grace E. Whitehead, one of the
subscribing witnesses to will, filed and
admitted to probate.
17 Estate of Theodore Stremmerts.
Appraisement bill and widow's award
filrd and approved.
Estate of Adblpbus Dunlap. Proof of
notice of final 'settlement filed andap
prov. d. Final order approving adminis
tratrix's final accouot and discharging acs
LICENSED TO WED
12 Caarles U. Wille. Annie Memtr
14 Charles W. Ohuros. Emma Bolt,
16 H-irry Lee Kerr. Rock Island,
Maria Druehl, Davenport.
17- Charles A Mobr, Masgie Cullen.
Rock Wand; John H. Hauptman, Rock
Island. Ella C. Oobock. Moline.
13 Jamrs R. Dose. Margaret J. Ul!an.
Stockton. Iowa; Alheit D Martin, Helen
S. Blaisdell. Rock Island.
Advrrtlnra Lint So. 4
Lift of letters nncalled tor at the KoattnVe at
Koca Island county, lninoie.
Nov. 20. 1?91
Adam. G B
Brab-. W F
Baldwin Mr M M
Brown R C
Barkboder Wc.1i y
Davis Mn (iineva A
Frisbc-y W s
(irr'ech Stiss Annie
Johneon Mi.. Uautiab
McCartney Elmira J
Mi'liulre Jr Will
of Emerson Minstrels
Mill. Sirs Mina
O'.Vt-il John E
Hartley 1 P
Tba'cher Al M
Marct y Mr. Anna D of Emrrwn'i Min.trcls.
lluffAKD WELLs. SL
State of Oh:o. City of Toledo
Lucas County. 88
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that te is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co, doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid. and
that said firm will pay the sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every esse
of catarrh that cannot be cured ty the
use of Hall's CatarTb Cure.
Fhakk J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
ray presence, this 6ih day of December.
A. D.. 1886.
A. W. Gleason
Hall's Catarrh Care is taken internally
acd acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Ovs;ers at Krell & Math's.
Call on E. B. Mcblown for bard wood
and soft co J.. Telephone 1.188.
Send your friends to Krell &Ma'h's
for a dish of fresh oysters served in any
way you may wish for.
For Sale A good fmly horse with
harness and buggy. Inquire at 411
You can recommend Krell & Math to
anybody, as tluy have the best oysters
and know how btst to serve them.
Remember the cold weather does not
affect the ice cream business a partiele.
You can get adisb, brick, melon, pyramid
or individual ire cream at any time, no
matter how cold the weather is, at Krell
B. Birkenfeld offers tor sale his entire
stock of books, stationery, confectionery
and toys, ice cream parlors and. fixtures
Complete. Also bis property for sale or
rent for any number of years to suit.
parties. , . : t
'w inriniffinif v
Is End WEI ever be the
Goat: Inflnansft. Ssusksusha.
Pains in the Side. Chest end
Joints. Neuralgia, Sprains, &o
FREE OF CHARCE-CS
ths Talnahl baokt "Golds te Health," witl
BaorseiasBH pnmuiMBf nsysioisai.
HtW TORtV. .
SVha WaitaU ImnI.
I IM.B 6tai MSIS.II
50 Cents a bottle, PorfialaW
and ether dniggiata.
I fWcfer.-If by th ih oT
yon nn on pa4r of Bboaa yar, and
bottla at SO oenta laata tbra montba,
for how many yaara blacking: will on.
yaw's aaTtna- In abo Laatbar pajt
10C Will pay for the Coat IOC
10f Chmnntna: Plain White 4 fi"
JXC ClaaaveaaelatoRnby, jUC
IQC Emerald, Opal, lOC
Qq or otb-er Coatly Cilaaa. 10C
if FOR GLASS m WILL DO IT.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
Plan, and tnpcrintn1erre for all clues of
Rooms 53 ar.d S5. Mit'lie 1 I.ynde bnildin"
TAKE ELLTATOB. "
F2R AU EVE rVLJAH1
Rf.ni.Tr.. i,h, -' - t'T ,.,
Express and Moving.
All orders promptly attended to. Char
BeVLeave order, at K. Trennman's Barns
shop on Market rqnare.
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Mitchell i Ljnde's Black. Rt,
Koom a lo M:tcU:i 4 Lrrtf.-.,
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MR. H HIRScS?"
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T. H. THOMAS
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over aiir ana o:t. :t i.t-
dm.'gis: in,.'. o,Sriw.. hi
No Peddlen SnppUl
DAVIS & CO,
Heating and Ventilating Engineer
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A ctruplt-teefofk f I'ipe. Brass Good?, Packing Hos-,
Fire Brick, Etc. Largest'ani best fiiipp?J
establishment west cf CLicairo.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, HI.
1712 First Ave., Rock K
Residence Telephone 1 169.
The Art Garland
Is the leading hard coal stove of the world,
has stood the test of time, and has proven ii
tb be the Prince of Base Burners. If you are
need of a hard coal stove, it will pay outo
and examine the merits of the Art Garland; i
sold with a positive guarantee that it has no tj
The Riverside Oak . .L
Is the best for soft coal.
It will not gas or smoke.
It will keep fire all night.
It has a large ash pan.
It has heavy steel body.
It is guaranteed in every respect.
Gall and examine our immense line of We
j 1615 and 1617 Second avenue, Rock