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pr"!!nt!y on the Kidneys,
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tlinrla colds, bead"-
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v??' TO SYRUP CO,
t-KO to $1 7.1.00.
styles of settings and at
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is for Stock
H:iii,-!irire and Loan -Asso
rt i:'-ck Island.
I'v-rmufiit Bonds, be
:,H 'oaiiH are mad nnlv
i'ahiitjf values and it
J" 'dan three times as
loivnt besides the
:iiv-ted and thTrnfit
ritlidiawn at any time.
wa.ihu ut lowest rates.
i: A. HUNALDSOS, Secretary.
5'' 4. 5 and 6 Masonic Temple,
we will all have
'i'! e llcil'd.iy stock
' "-Ul irecent a;e
1 !' s-rcwd bnv-
- flic tiiT ptik
r .j. . . -"d'been shown; never
' "'"en (H.tkI; nrver h ve
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..',,.'"', ""id purc'iast
J' nice selectlonii in
oks and Novelties,
oods, Notions, Etc;
" Z '. '"" "hat we have. Yon must
n.., . ' r"iate the mnltitude of at
oiler for one and all, old
'rii.'Tk brhbt, clean and
u ''l of th, mot
""iiSiip lr'ce make these beauti-
"'ro'm b' Mrrr Chrimas lfjoa
Found Guilty of Criminal Assault on
Little Carrie Ham nerly.
v.rtrict or the jiy , ,he Krou
County DUtrict loort In the
l ane of ibe Rock l iana
Nttambjat Kngin -rr.
Tbe jury in the Haikes ca retired at
10 a. m. Saturday to conoid. r its verdict
and remained out until 2 o'tlock Sunday
morniug-oyer 16 hours. At that hour
it notified the bfiliff that e verdict had
been decided upof, and booi the judge,
county attorney, fritoner and Attorney
White, of his counsel, assenbled in tb.3
court room to hear the rending of the
verdict. This Was as follov i:
''We. the jury, find thi defendant
guilty as charged, nnd recoranend hitn to
the mercy and clrmercy of tl e court.
S. A. Jknsings, Foreman.
The jury was polled, ard each member
responded with a"y.s" to the question
to whether the verdict v. as h s own.
The prisoner was evidently nervous, but
otherwise showcd.no emotitn when the
verdict wn8 announced.
Thecrimeof wh:ch Ilaike was found
tuiity was rape crmmttttd uj on the pei
srmof Carriu Uammerly in the Scott
county court house on Sipt. 12, last.
Haikes, whose home, is in tl ia city, was
engineer on the steairer Verne Swair,
and the victim of his licentiousness was
accustomed to coming down to tbe boat,
and in that wav got acquainted with him.
Sentence has not jet nun passed in tbe
THE ABGU8, MONDAY. DECEMBEft 14, 1891.
fTlie li'qnor lo.,le'M.
The meeting of the Rock Isiacd L'quor
Dealers' association which was held at
Turner hall Ft'd ty afteraoou was
Nrgely attended and the ordinary routine
business of the association wt.s triusact
ed. August Luedirs, of CI icaijo. and
Levi Waterman, of G neseo. secrrtary
and vice-president respcciively, of the
the State L:q tor Dealers' Protective asso
ciation, were ia attendance to explain
the details in relation to a new insurance
plttn which is btiag pushed by that or
ganization for the Detent of its members,
as a number of insurance companies now
show a disinclination to tat e risks on
men in the liquor business. A large
number of the members eigmd applica
tions for -the new insurioce yes
terday, and a number of others have sig
nified their iutention of so doing, and it
will no doubt btcome very popular among
those engaged in the liquor business.
Ir. I'erkVi fr'am ral.
The funeral of tbe lafe Dr. W. F. Peck
was held from the late" homt of the de
ceased on Brady street in Duvenport at
2 o'clock yesterday afternoor, and was
lareely attended, many being p esent from
Rock Island. The faculty and students
oi me lowa state university cane in a
body, by special train, whi e another
special train brought the officials of the
Rjck Island road. Rey. A. M. Judy con
ducted the services at the home and the
Masonic fraternity at the grave, Rv.
Dr. Mclntyre having charge c f the reli
gious portion. Two hundred Orphans'
Home children, under Prof. Griffith's di
rection, s-tng at the grave. Tbe na'l
bearers were: Dr. Charles A. Scbaf ffer.
president of tbe Iowa state tinivtrsitv.
Dr. W. D. Middleton. A. Kimball. F. H.
Grisgs. J. J. Richardson. E. E Cook, H.
H. Hills and J. M. Porker.
O. H. Jewell, of tbe Jewell Filter com
pany arrived from Chicago thif morning
and be stated that the Cible filter will be
in operation now in a short time at a
month's time at the outside. The build
in for tb enlarged Dlnnt. is a'tout rnm
ple'eil. On the east side is a handsome
tuhlet berin2 the inscrp'i r 'Second
Memorial to P. L. Cble and t Supple
ment His Gift to the City of Lock Isl
and." The Ylailurt.
Lieut. Thompson and the Mes rs.Tay'or
are pushing the viaduct with all possible
speed, the Phoenix Bridge company h&v
ing worked all day yesterday to take ad
vantage of the favorable weattr. When
tbe viaduct is completed freight train
men will be obliged to look out for their
heads, and passenger men keep arms and
(gi inside the cars when passing
through tbe viaduct.
A Complete Mtorj'.
The time is near at hand when the
thought of what will be the l est and
most appropriate present to make to one's
particular friends pervades the mind of
tbe ordinary mortal. Lloyd & Stewart
show almost every article for get tlemen's
us 3. Tbe variety of each class is so large
as to enable all to make satisfactory se
lections. The following are alivavs ap
propriate and useful:
S Ik Umbrella
hiiiiry Ni'ht Shirts
Lin Ml I hi dkercliiefi
( nil Boxes
M iitc'tl Safes
Full Oress Ve;ts
Full Dress Jewelry
Dresslnst Hob' s
S milking Jackt ts
Initial Hanrike reliefs
Dre-s ti oves
Fan Dress Shir-s
Fall Dress Neckwear
Full Dress Shirt Protctrs
Cheap Bates to the Booth.
R I. & P. railway now has or sale at
its depot, foot of Twentieth stret t. Rock
Island, tourist tickets to winter resorts of
the south. But two changes (ia union
depots) necessary. Through soli 1 yesti
bule trains from Cincinnati to JHorida.
Choice of routes via Cincinnati, Louis
ville, Evansville or St. Louis. Fail in
formation can be obtained from
R. Stocchocse. G. t. A.
Derby celebrated plated ware at Will
W. S. IMe, of Chicago, is calling on
friendi in town.
Fresh angel food tomorrow at the City
Fresh creem puffs tomorrow at the
City Steam bakery.
Dismonds mounted and unmounted at
Will R. Johnson's.
The condition of Dr. Eyster is reported
as about the same.
Miss Allie Schall, of Coe. 'isvisitine
vwith frieLds in the city.
J W. Manning, of Keokuk. Iowa, is
in the city visiting friends.
Es County Tretsurer Schafer, of Port
Byron, was in the city tody
A fine line of diamond earrings just re
ceived at Will R Johnson's.
Mrs. Peter MtGrath. of Chicago, is in
the city on a short visit to friends.
W. S. Grove and wife, of Port Bjron,
spen- Sun'ay with friends in the city.
Wanted A competent girl in small
famiiv. at 730 Nineteenth street. Mrs
S. S Guver.
Henry Curtis and State's Attorney
Sturgeon left last niyht for Chicago on
Bruno Stsjback leaves tonight for
Denver to j in his sister, Mrs. FraDk
Special Rtlrf.ciions Tuesday, Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday evenings at
Mt latire Brs'.
The German-English school fair closed
last night after a most brilliant success
in tvery way.
Mrs. S. L.', Bliss and daughter. Miss
Xeliie left this morning for a week's visit
with friends in Rucine.
Aid. Huesing and Tindall are able to
be about after having been cor fined to
their homes with the grip.
Dolls big and little, waking and sleep
ing at one-half less at McCabe Bros, than
elsewhere. Open evenings.
The sale of seats for Dr. Nourse's en
tertainment opens at the Harper house
pharmacy at 7:30 tomorrow morning.
A subject of much admiration is a min
iature darkey dude with which Louis
Glockhcff has adorned tbe windows of
his Arcade cigar stcre.
It is understood J. W. McPherson is.
soon to resign his posiMon as TJ S. gau
ger and that Stamp Deputy M. Lse Gait
is likely to succeed him.
The book boom struck McCabe Bros.'
store on Saturday in real earnest. The
enormous sales are unparalleled in the
history ot the city. Open evenings.
Fred J. Ftsher, late of Fisher Bros.,
of this city, left this morning for Chicago,
where be has accepted a position of book
keeper for a large office supply house.
James Maucker left this morning for
Peoria to arrange the details for a little
sporting event for the holidays, in which
it is said some Rock Island birds .will be
Open evenings from tomorrow night
on at McCabe Bros. To make tbe event
most forcible they will commence at 7
o'clock each evening to name a special
drive that will stir up the natives.
The board of supervisors met in regu
lar session at tbe court house at 2 o'clock
this afternoon , and in the absence of
Chairman Pearsall ex -Chairman R. A.
Smith, of Moline, presided.
On Wednesday night at 7 o'clock Mc
Cabe Bros, place on sale all of Leon
Maugenet & Co-'s fine bulk triple extract
odors at 10c per ounce. Bring in your
bottles. One evening only.
Rock Island's piling operations during
the past year have miiouuted to $125. (MH
instead of 835.030 as slated Saturday
The $40,000 which the s'.reet car company
alone paid was not taken into consider
Much anxiety is felt in regard to the
condition of ex-Mayor Henry Curse,
which is reported quite serious. Dr.
Craig, the at'ending phyticiaD, says that
while Mr. Carse is a very sick man his
case is not particularly alarming.
D. Roy Bawlby bus Eh own his usual
good taBte in decorating his store front
in a manner suggestive of tbe holiday
season which is at hai.d. It is very ap
propriate and presents a very pretty ap
pearance. L. S O'Neil. W. H. Ca rpenter, R. A
Smith and City Attorney J. B. Oakleaf.
of Moline, were arrested for distributing
advertising calendars in violation of city
ordinances. The cases against Oakleaf
and Smith were dismissed; the others
continued until the 22d.
See the special drives in McCabe Bros.
book department. On Tuesday evening
at 7 o'clock 100 child's books, chit chat,
full of illustrations, 163 pages, goes at 13
cents to boom the books and advertise
tbe "opening evening" programme.
jpen evenings Mclniire Bros, will be
open evening till Christmas beginning
luesday evening. On Tuesday evening
rrom y:o till 8:30 will sell best ice wool,
black and cream, for 13 cents a box, two
boxes to any one customer. None be
fore 7:30; none after 8:30
Prof. Hirschberg concluded his week's
engagement at Thomas' drug store Satur
day night, and is in Davenport this week.
Charles Battles, prescription clerk at Mr.
Thomas' store, will have charge of the
optical department hereafter, having had
tbe advantage of Prof. Hlr3chberg's dril
ling during his slay here.
J. F. Allison, a United States pension
detective, has been at work in Port By.
ron stveral days on a case invnlvina
what is said to be, a misappropriation of
pension money. It is the money left ty
the late Jane Hawkins, and oyer which
there is a contention atLong berhehs,
which will probably be brought into tLe
John Ohlweiler and wife and C. F.
Gae:j-r and wife entertained a party of
frietdi at the residence of the former
yesterday with a venison dinner, from a
leg of venison sent them as a present
from Willie Rihweikr, of Winona.Minn.
The deer was shot by that young man in
the woods near his home.
Col George F. R -bensoa, of Arizona,
is holding a conference with the manu
facturers' committee of the Rock Island
Citizens' Iftiprovemens association at the
Rock Island house ibis afurooon with
reference to the location of the fnctory
here for a car lubricator. It Is a splendid
invention, and Mr. R .bnson was
brought here by his friend U. W. Ilais
Switchmen in the ,,Q" yards on Satur
day evening discovered two men in a car
of merchandise. Oae escaped, but the
other was captured and tken tn th
Armory where he gave his name as
Charles Brown. They had not got away
with anything when caught, though it is
presumed their intentions were all right.
Chief Ramskill and Electrician ZMs sre
distributing the keys for the fire si irm
boxes today. Those for box 33. the
one in the business centre, are left at tbe
Rock Island and Commercial houses, at
Mitchell & Lynde's bank the watchinan
havirg them at night and at The Argus
c ffi :e.
Mrs Louis Thilebar, residing on Sev
enth avenue, between Twelfth and Thir
teenth streets, became violently insane
this morning and created considerable
excitement in the neighborhood by walk
ing up and down in htr front yard
V, J :. . i . . . ., ...
umuuiBuiog a large anire. Mae was
taken into the house and cared for by
friends. She is about 25 years of age-
and it is undtrstood has been failing
mentally for some time.
Seventh avenue, as is usually tbe case
in bad weather, is almost impassable
and the consequence is that with the
regged condition in which Moline ave
nue Is left east of where tbe paving
operations were cut off, travel between
Rock Island and Moline is in about as
bad condition a's it has ever been in tbe
city's history. The city should see to it
that Moline avenue is put in as good
shape at least as it was before excavating
The regular monthly meeting of the
ln-Uity Labor congress was held at
Hillier's hall yesterday afternoon, and
the time was mostly occupied by ad is
cussion of the trouble between tbe Dav
enport Leader and the Typographical
Uuion. It was decided to appoint a com
niittee to confer with the management of
the Leader, and a resoluiion was also
adopted to be tuhl'shtd in case satisfac
tory terms could cot, be arrived at The
committee met in Davenport this morc-
ing. but up to the hour of going to press
no agret msnt had been arrived at.
The new R ck Island house billiard hall
was thrown open to the public Saturday
evening, and the occasion was made note
worthy by the large attendance. Billy
Brock, cf Oakaloosa, Iowa, and our own
Billy Catton gave an exhibition game,
and also showed some fancy shots to tbe
delight of all present. The new sample
and billiard rooms which tbe Messrs. Ne
gus haye provided in connection with
their hotel have been fully described in
The Akous. The former sample rooms
will be thrown into a reading room ad
joining the office.
Christopher Lee died at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. A. C. Miller, 312
Fourteenth street, at 6 o'clock yesterday
morning of rheumatism, aged 71 years.
He was born in Dublin, Ireland, in April,
1820, and came to this country in 1850,
and four years later settled in Rock Isl
and, where he has resided continuously
ever since. He leaves four children as
follows: Michael, of St. Louis; Patrick
J., of this city ; Miss Margaret, of Hen
derson, Ky., and Mrs. A. C. Miller, with
whom be lived . He was well known in
this city, having resided here so many
years, and was highly esteemed by all.
The funeral occurs from t. Joseph's
churth tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Used ia Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Keep our stores open evenings until 9 o'clock from Dec. 15 till Chrismas
Jive, but fearing some of our cu.tomers may not remember this cunom it
is our plan to emphasize the fact in a manner that will fully remind every
one of the eventful evening when we make the start this season. Know ye
then, that next Tuesday evening, Dec. 15, our stores will be open until 9
o clock, and as a starter for our book department in our double annex, we
Ln"7Co,0ck.8h-arPandM!ni0,) of the celebrated child's books.
Ccit Chat, at 13c It is lrger-7Jxl0 inches beautifully illustrated 163
pages, and remember only 13 : each while this 100 lasts.
Wedne-diy evening beginning at 7 o'clock sharp, we shall sll all of
Leon Maugnet & Co.'s fiae triple extract bulk perfumes at 10c per ounce
Bring your bottle, as during thiB saie we shall charge lc for one ounce hot-,
ties and 2c for two ounce bottles.
On Thursday evening at 7 o'c'ock shrp. 144 only men's cashmere muf
flers ero at 9c each, and 300 . gents' silk n Jck scarfs at 7c each. Wii! you
come? We guess so.
Friday night at 7 o'clock 100 ladies' black hare muffs at 25c each.
These special drives each evening will not only serve to impress vour
minds with the fact that our stores are open uttil 9 o'clock each evening
but we also expct it will art ss a apt rial advertisement in tbe several de
partments in which these offeiings are made.
We have just received and are unpacking the most elegant line of Chrit
ms goods ever shown in this community.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718, 1720, 1723 and 1724 Second Avende.
B tester bibles.
Pelor.bets 8 S lesson notes.
Diaries for 1892.
We cannot tell you what we have,
but come and see.
1703 Second Avenue.
Magic lanterns, all grades.
Air guns, the Chicago, 75 j.
The Kilam zto, 15c.
Noah's Arks, a new one.
Gimes of all kinds.
The cheapest place to get toys at
17C3 Second Avenue.
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY.
Telephone No. 1216.
A f ine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
Do You have Trouble
With Ynnr Fvpq?
If So, low'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 CHANCE
Ladies! Have You Worn
If not, try a pair. They will give vou more 'satisfae'tinTi fa
vour money tbari any shce you have ever bought Only one
sole and that of th very bebt. Outer and inner roIa nM ,Aii,i
piece of the best eo!e leather.
JNO KlrrlriG OFF OF SOLESI
NO SQUEAKING, AND NO BREAKING IKI
J uet ae easy as a Hand Turned, and wear twice as long.
Every pair stamped on the sole. nni
Patented and made by CROSBY, HUCKLNS '& CO.
Tapley villa, Mass. '
FOB SALE BY
. 1818 Second Avenue.