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: qualities commend it
;! cr i i.av? male it the most
"ir r :;c.:v known.
:n i i Fi.. is for sale in 50c
i"K';lcs lv all loading dmg
i Ai:' K-'iaVie druggist vho
:tit h'"e it en Land will pro
- i; it r.. I't'y for any one who
;L't:v iu Lo not accept any
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From ?4.C0 to $175.00.
a" styles of settings and at
17f.? Srcond Avenue.
J. E. REIDY,
ri.el; and manage propertTon commits
A ir v of city property always on hand
Sfca: for tLree first-claae Fire Insurance
and the American Canslty
:.- iLilemmTy Company, of Bal
3 Second Avenue, over
Botjpe's Tailor Shop.
icribe for Stock
- th Second series of the
Building and Loan Asso
wn, of Kock Island.
A saf-r and better investment
n Government Bonds, be-
tiie loans are made only
established values and it
"s more than three times as
l interest besides the
Q&t invested and the Tirofits
M? wirlidrflwn of otitt timo
y loaned at lowest rates.
It A. DONALDSON, Secretary.
1 !' :; :j. 4, 5 and 6 Masonic Temple,
e jut returned from ibe east
st:e tbev have purchased ft line of
'f tiic latest styles, and inyite
'I Public to call and examine
' aIa'-1 ni of Boaton Rubliers.
407 TWENTIETH ST .
nler Promntl etti t m...
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IN SACREU BONDS
Horst von Koetkritzand Miss Elian
DECEM13EK 11. 1891.
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The OrtBOU l.at EraiaiK-siar.
rite ef Mtltoa HcriryaB(
At tbc residence of E. M. ilcox, 522
Twentj-fifth street, at 7:30 last evening
occurred the marriage of Horst von
Koeckritz and Kiss Elian Wilcox. The
ceremony was performed bv Rer. F. W.
Mer.-ell, pastor of tbe First M. E. church,
in the presi-Dce of a number of relatives
and intimate frieDds. The popular
couple were recipients of a large number
of handsome and useful pn tentsin token
of affection and esteem. An elaborate
weddicg supper followed tbe ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. von K.eckri!2 were
obliged to forego the pleas ure of a wed
ding trip owing to the illn. ss in Chicago
with typhoid fever of the groom's pre
scription clerk, Herman R.ess, and en
tered at occe upon the hirpj duties of
housekeeping in a beau. if ul suite of
rooms, which had been i reviously fur
nished for their accommodation over 2319
Fourth avenue. Sir. von Koeckritz is
the wtlUkoown ard pepu ar proprietor
cf the Fourth avenue drmr store, which
hi purchased from Frank Xadkr, a jear
a jo, after having served is prescription
c'.erk in it far several years previous, an!
he is regarded as one of Rot k Island'
wide-awake and most promising young
business men. His briJe, is
a gifted and fiC2omplish:d musician,
being not only a charming vocalist, but
has also been for years o gauist of the
First M. E. church. She has been en
gngid for some time a s.enographer in
the office of Secretary Medill. of the
Black Hawk He mtstead B ii!d.ng& Loan
association. She is one of Rock Island's
most admired young ladies, having been
born and reared here, and will indeed
may the manly groom feci proud.
Hl'RLET-M Vn." RE.
At the residence of tbe t ride's parents.
8015 Fifth avenue, last tvtning. Rev. J
II. Kerr united in marriage Milton Hur
ley, of Chicago.and Miss Aznes McClure,
in tbe presence of a number of admiring
friends. The groom is a well known
well liked and industrious railroad man.
and his bride a young lady of many
la Belter Fitit.
The Abgi's is pleased tc note the im
provement, both in appcarnnce and tone.
of its weekly contemportry, the Rack
Islander, since it passed imo the hands of
W. P. Qaayle. There is an agreeable
absence cf the vituperation and slander
with which its colums formerly reeked.
Its advertising patronage his also largely
increased, an evidence that the business
community is appreciative of the new
conditions. Mr. Quayle is also doing
nicely with his Tri-City Trade Journal,
which hardwmely reflects the diversified
interests of this locality, and to the many
excellent features of the paper he has
added that of illustrations, and in the
next issue be will introduce- tbe half tone
process of engraving, which is in vogue
in many of the leading mocthlies. Hav
ing been so long connect .-d with Tns
A noes, we are particulaily pleased to
note the success of Bro. Quayle in his
THE DEVIL'S DELIGHT.
lr ath T Joarph G ttebrd .
Joseph Gotobed died at bit borne In
Milan of heart failure at 1 0 o'clock last
n':eht sged 65 years. He had been af
fected with heart disease s )me time, but
was apparently as well as cal yesterday,
and after supper had looked over tbe daily
paper?, but shortly after re:l:ing he crew
rapidly worse and passed fcway about 10
He was born in Germany in 132G and
came to America in 1851 settling at
Cleveland, Ohio, where he remained 10
years, and in 1861 came we it and settled
in Rock Island county. Hi had devoted
tbe latter years of his life to the culture
of fruit, and was one of the most exten
sive growers in this section . He leaves
a widow and two sons and three daugh
ters. Tbe funeral will occur from tbe late
home in Milan Sunday afternoon at 2
State or Obto, City of Toledo..
Lucas Court t. ,
Frank J. Cheney makes oith that be is
the senior partner of the 5rm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay tb: sum of one
hundred dollars for each ai d every case
of catarrh that cannot be cared by the
use of Hall s Catarrh Cure.
8worn to before me and
my presence, this 6th day
A. D.. 1886.
A. W. C LEA SON,
seal Notary ruoiic.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tat en internally
and acts directly upon ths blood and
mucous surfaces of tbe system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Chekkt & Co., Props, Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
i ' t-hllartB Eaje r
The pleasant ".flavor, gent e action and
soothing effects 'of Syrup c f Figs, when
in need of a laxative and if the father or
mother be costive or biu3us the most
gratifying results follow iu nse. so that
it is the best family remedy known and
every family should have a t ottle:
What a Faiaarr Meline Pasrar ThlBtts
3lt be the Etreel ar Ul-eatia ia
His Old 1'itfk.
Rev. Gilman Parker, the former pas
tor of the First Baptist church in Moline.
now of Oregon City, Ore., has written a
letter to the Moline Dispatch, under date
of Dec. 5, in which, among other things,
he says: i
I am sorrv to bear of the div
11 feelings in thie church tbat I left in
Moline. The devjl must be in high elee
and the Msn who suffered on Calvary
must hide his face in shamn. What a
record for the judgment day! What a
disgrace to Christianity ! May God have
mercy upon them: but remember that
except we forgive men their trespasses
uruuer win our ueaveniv r ather forgive
us our trespasses. The church in the main
was so kind to me and mine tbat I could
not think that they would so reproach
Christ and his cause, I shall not cease
to pray that they .may be filled with the
spirit of the cospj:! that loves one's neigh
bor as fcircself. And in 1st John iv:20,
wc read, "if a mhn say I love God, and
hateth his brothel, he is a liar; for he that
loneth not bis brober whom he hath seen,
how can he love God whom he hath not
seen? Oh tbat the? would take the ad
vice of one who loves them, and that
gve a portion of bis life to their service.
let togeiher in prajer until every heart is
knit together in !eve.
Wcat wonderfully good times we had
there a year aco. "With the Messed
memory of Rev.JC. L. Morgan and Rev.
A. M. Stocking still lingering with me,
and the fragrancie of brotherly affection
about me, I rejoice that I ever lived in
J E R M A X-EXG 1.1511 FAlIi .
All in liradia.M far thi- KaferSaia.
mint aj Turner Hall.
Tonight tbe fair given under tbe aus-
pices of the German-English school opens
at Turner hall. A visit to the hall this
morning found! preparations well sd
vancea for the opening temight, and
many busy bands at work putting on the
finishing touches. Messrs. C. F. Gaetjer
and Julius Juoge seemed to be in general
charge cf the forces of willing workers,
and by tonight everything will be in read
iness for the proper reception and enter
tainment of all who call. A glance
through the hel was sufficient to afford
an idea of the varied nature of the booths
to be seen. Tke reporter jotted down
the following and those in charge, but a
visit to the hall will be necessary to fully
appreciate the icany novelties presented:
Tea stand Mrs. Robert Koeble-r and
Mrs. L. Harms. Miss Valisca Koehler,
Miss Detjens. Miss nerkert.
Fancy stand Mrs. C. Bernhardi, Mrs.
C. J. W. Sehrelner.Mrs. WiJmasser.Mrs.
August lleimbeck. Miss Kellerstrass,
Miss Anna Bernhardi.
"Senn Huette" Miss Augusta Hell
penstell. Miss Clara Woltmann, Dr. Bick
ell. Max Hellpeastell.
Candy and ice cream bcoth Mrs. Ju
lius J urge, Miss Etta Woltmann, Miss
Clara Woltmann. Miss Amelia Junge.
Pnrenologtcal parlors" Lieut. J. B.
Hamilton, phrenologist; "Prof. Don N.
de Costi, from Mexico,"'in charge.
Diaing hall Mrs. A. Herkert. Mrs.
THE CITY'S INTERESTS.
The Improvement Association's
Regnlar Monthly Meeting
ampartaat Camaiiiire Rrnnrt The
OatcBport Land and Othf r
The regnlar monthly meetins of the
Reck Island Citizens' Improvement as
sociation was held at the rooms in the
Mitchell & Lynde bailding last evening.
a fair audience being present.
Communications from a number of in
dustries which are desirous of locating
here were reported and properly referred.
alter which L,. himon called the attention
of the association to the fact of there
being a beet srjgar expert about to visit
Darenport, acd n.oved that a committee
of three be appointed to wait upon him
and show him Rock Island's advantages
for tie location of a factory here, and
the motion being carried President' Jack
son appointed 6s such committee Messrs.
L timon, M. J. Murphy and Edward
Secretary Searle reported fayorably on
the establishment of a branch hoase of a
larje eastern manufacturing company
which has concluded to establish a dis
tributing house here for its western
trade and which will in '.l probability
lead to the esub'.istsrrr:tst r.f a factory here
as the company is seriously contem
plating the establishment of a western
E H. Gayer, of tbe Twin-City Colum
bian committee, reported pn.prefS ii the
work of the ccmnittee, and add;d that it
was activeiy engaged in carrying out its
instructions and that in all probability it
would ere long submit a report that would
be gratifying in the extreme, and which
would enlist the enthusiastic co-aperation
of every resident of tbe twin cities.
In accordance with a resolution passed
some time ago for the appointment of a
committee, including the president of the
association, to confer in regard to pur
chasing a portion of the Davenp rt estate
and setting it apart to be used for the
purpose of encouraging manufacturing
enterprises, President Jackson ap
pointed Messrs. Henry Carse, John Cru
baugh and W. B. Ferguson as such committee.
18 Pounds or Blood
Is about the quantity nature allows to an
adult person. It is of the utmost im
portance that tbe blood should be kept as
pure as possible. By its remarkable
cares of scrofula, salt rheum, etc.. Hood's
Sarsaparilla has proven its claim to be the
best blood purifier.
For a general family cathartic we con.
fidently recommend Hood's Pills. They
should be in every home medicine chest.
Superior ta All Othera.
Allcock's Poru Plasters are the great
external remedy of tbe day. The quick
est, safest, surest, best. Not only
immeasurably superior to all other
plasters, but also, to liniments, ointments,
oils and similar nnctnous compounds.
Beware of imitations, and do not be
deceived by misrepresentations. Ask
for Allcock's and let no solicitation or
explanation induce you to accept a substitute.
To tie Fsblic
Prof. n. Hirschberg, the well known
optician of 629 Oiive street, St. Louis,
wishes to inform his many friends and
patrons of Rock Island and vicinity that
he will be at the store of his agent, T. II.
Thomas, from Dec. 7 to Dec. 13, and ad
just bis celebrated Diamond and Non
Changeable spectacles and eye glasses to
all in need of them.
Examination of eyes free of charge.
Tor Over fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow s Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve tbe poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend npon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. 1 cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomacH and bowels, cares wind
colic softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and 'best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout tbe world. Price
twenty-five cents bottle. Be sore and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
: Ladies who use cosmetics or powders to
cover up or hide bad complexion, do
not know tbat Tj H. Thomas can furnish
them wiu Blush cf Rosea, which is clear
as water, purifies the skin, and positively
removes black heads and all skin diseases
takes the shiny look from the face and
whitens it sooi as applied. v
. Big values in boys' and children's
clothing at the London.
Don't delay, always on time, for pre ¬
vention is bstler than cure. All coughs
and cold and such affections of the
throat atd lungs as lead to consumption
are cured by Dr. Bull's Couh Syrup.
Burtis Opera House,
CHAS. T. KINDT. Manager.
Positively One Night OnlT.
John C. Riee
And H i Comic Troupi , In
The cream of comedy creation, "Mas it Mr
Boy" and "Yon Will Hale Yourself
Prlf-$1 00. To, 50 and J cents. Scat at
I lake a. Telephone No. xu.
I p?recnlly recommend tnie attraction as be
ing fire:-clase. Cnas. T. Kiudt.
Burtis Opera House,
Positively the only one performance in Davenport.
Of the World Fa moos
Miss Sybil Johnstone
li ne M ue I i'l ' ITue Bnci.l
':no p m. ii p m j
'i '45 p. w.
0-15 p. m I
The bewitching Handsome Model,
Sec ire seats early at Flake 's. Prices 11, 75, 3U
and ii Telephone No. SO.
Has joined th fim and now we wtll all have
a Merry Chtiatr as. Tbe big Holiday slock
baa com! Tha elecaut pref onts aie
on exhibition. I beetrewd buy
ers are fretting the fittr pick
oar grand display ef
Neer have such nice (rood, been shown ; rerrr
buve p-eater varieties been effered; never nTe
F "ices be en so k w. Something: for everybody and
everybodr is please! who sees and pnrc'-iasis
from our great liae of cioice selections in
ToySf Books and Novelties,
Fancy Goods, Notions, Etc.
Tt is impossible to tell what we have. Toa moat
see onrdisplay to appreciate tbe mnltitode of ap
propriate presents we offer for one and ail, old
Onr beant ful new stock is all b-lebt, clean and
fresh, and consists wholly of the latest aa 1 moet
popular designs. Our prices make these beauti
ful goods lrtr-latible.
There 1 sure to be a Merry Christmas tfyon
bay your gifts from
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Avenue.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
Tinware And Housk Furnishing Goods.
1612 second avenue.
"ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Pelonbets S S lesson notes.
Dinries for 1S92.
We cannot tell you what we have,
but come and see.
1703 Second Avenue.
Magic lanterns, all grades.
Air guns, the Cbirago, To;.
The K ilami'zjo, 15c.
Noah's Arks, a new one.
Games of all kinds.
The cheapest place to get toys at
1703 Second Avenue.
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY.
Telephone No. 1216.
Chamber Suits, Side Boards,
Hall Stands, Parlor Suits,
A Fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. nUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
Do You have Trouble
With Your Eyes?
If So, Now's Your Chance.
Prof Hirschberg will remain with T. H.
. Thomas, the Druggist, all this week, and
will test the Eyes, and guarantees to
fit the most difficult cases free of charge.
DON'T NEGLECT THIS CHANGE
Ladies! Have You Worn
Tf Tint" frv a naif Tliotr will rrivra vnn mnra'cottef.x:..
j --j j - .... ..vs j uvv tnuoia.uvu iejr
jour money tban any suce you have ever bought Only one
eole aDd that of THtt VERT bb-t. Onfpr and innpr firVTa no
piece of the best sole leather. .
NO SQUEAKING, AND NO BREAKING INI
J net as easy as a Hand Turned, and wear twice as long.
Every pair stamped on the sole. 4 ' i
Patented and made by CROSBY, HUCKINS "& CO .
Tapleyvilla, Mass. " - . .
JOB SAJT T
' 1818'Second Aveiime.