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THE ARGUS. SATUlt DA DEC EMBER , 2G 1891.
Masks at Taylor s.
Biartes at Taylor's.
Diaries for 18D5 at Taylor's.
Sew Year's presents at Taylot's.
Read Schneider's prices on rubber
goods. See adv. .
Charles Buford came down from Cbi
eago to spend Christmas.
Prices on rubber goods and shoes
1 cocked outat Schneider's.
RtT. T. W. Grafton and family spea
Christmes at Odkaloosa. Iowa.
Miss Irene Rosen field is home from
Chicago to spend the holidays.
Conductor A. F. Barber and family
spent Christmas at Galesburg
J. C. Adams and wife arrived at the
Sarper from Chicago this morning.
First quality goods sold cheaper than
others are selling seconds, at Schneider's
Maj. C. W. Howes and H. E. Castee
ame down from Fulton to spend Christ
8ven-room house for rent. No. 41
TJvulftb street. Enquire at 600 Twelfth
I he police were presented with a box
offioeciyars with the compliments of
B. Winter is distributing a very band
some Calendar with his compliments for
ihe season of 1S92.
Tb9 Rock Island Traveling Men's ass-o
nation inuets in sdjru.rned session to
Jiiu'l.t at the Harper.
t,. S H,wman. who is atten;'!-
is attending tbe
naiversi'v at Iowa City,
ai his home in this city,
he ministerial association of ,ick
r:nfl will meet in the pnrlors f.f the T
V. C A. Monday. Dec. 28, at 11 a. m
ihe stle of seats for the Ovide Musin
entertainment bigins at 7 ::?') Tuesday
morning at the Harper house pharmacy
Ihe old leatuers. mas juerade at Ar-
Bory hA last night had a large attend
inev. and proved a success in every way
K -v. W. AVi!son and wife, of Suit Lake
tity. arriyed at the llrper last night.
and are vititing Rock Island
T ue b ir'.endT' raa?qutrf.d! at Turner
ha'l on Christmas eve. whs a success fi
aanciaflv. and otherwise, a large number
Mrs R H. U bb leaves tonight for St.
Joseph, Mo., to join her husband, who
' already loc-.ttd there, and which will
be thei future home.
The Ko-iman Kitk-s will give their an
rsil complimentary bhll Friday evening,
Jun. 1 Appropriate invitations have
Vec uued for the same.
The uiBfcjuerade given by the Gilpin
in.e company at Armory hall on Thurs
day (vrnicg was well attended, and
Mtrjore irjyul a good time.
Tlie Cnurehi'.I fc Sveeoey Cirriage
vorks have been purebafed by William
"ScEniry for S-1,2). and Tiik Annus is
iisured the result will be a new acd lar
jer industry in the old location.
E. B. Atkinson, of Moline, treated a
ite tumber r f his little friends to an
1,'fCtric excursion yesterday ia honor of
iTnriotma'. and aNo his birthday. It
Tfx.k two cars to accommodate tbe little
Police OffLer Lawrence Kramer had a
tfoubly happy Christmas, owing to the
advent of a son in bis home oa Ninth
jlreet, and the cops were not the only
enes who smoked on Larry's good for
tune. Tbe new mail messenger on tbe R., I.
1 r. succeeding Fred Buck, is a man
aanied Pratt, f ton: Walnut, Bureau coun
ty, and the veUrau E. M. Wilccxisa
listing him in learning tbe run between
Jkere and Peoria.
There will be a meeting for young men
at the V. M. C. A. rooms at 3;!10 o'clock
lomormw afternoon. W. C. Eng
nd, the assistant secretary, wbo leaves
Ihe work January first, will lead tbe
jneeting; subject: 'Looking Back
ward." All young men are cordially in
lited to be present.
Arrangements have just been con
iluded for the aopcirance of tbe cham
pion pugilist. Jim Hall, at narper's
Iheatre next Wednesday tight, the 30th
xst. Hill, during his sojourn here, ha?
made a great many friends, and there is
ao doubt but that a large audience will
jreet his appearance.
J e Flaharty, tbe fistic artist freni
9iiawa, will come to Moline and train
ith Ben Wehlien f)r his forthcoming en
ooiiD'er with Billy O'Brien, pf frt. Paul.
'The fijjnt is booked to come off in Day
aporr, sometime tn),7nuary. Mr.
Webber will resign' Lis position as bar
tender for Tom Robinson on Saturday
3ight. Moline Rcpyblifcarf Journal,
Charles Graham, the artist so lungcon
aected with the pictorial department of
Jarpei's Weekly, is now in Chicago, and
s "doing" the World'a fair buildings in
E n H K11
r n : fv viz
a manner that gives fresh evidence of
his talent acd skill. A bird's eye view of
tbe exposition as it will appear, and of
whi;h Thk A ho us has been favored with
a copy, is his latest triumph. It has
been accepted as official.
Chief Rimskill, of the fire department
was taken by surprise by the firemen
yestt rday, and Capt, Brabm in a neat
speech, presented him with a.black ebony
gold mounted cane, inscribed as follows
"Presented by Central hose to William
Ramukill, chief R I. F.D., Deo. 25, '91
ine c.niei made an appropriate response
great as was his surprise, and he will al
ways cherish the handsome gift and the
good will which accompanied it.
Wtile the Rockford Construction com
pany is deserving of the contract for the
proposed paving improvement on tbe
merit ef tbe case, it having been the
lowest responsible bidder in compliance
with the tity's specifications and ordi
nancen, there are other reasons why the
council should award the company the
contra t. It is interested in R ick Island
to the extent of f 100.000. gives employ
meat t Rock Island men in its factory
and if it receives this contract Thk
Annua is informed will start a quarry here
that will employ a larger number of men
Andrew Matson wts arrested in Mo
line yetttrday and brought to Rock Isl
and lor the larceny of a coat from Jonas
Bears' t tore 3 months ago.
Teddy Williams and Fred Celby
wereiui in last rji,ht for assault and
battery. Magisira.e Wivill this morning
Sued iliitiLus i S and costs, and Celby
f red Ileyer was hned f j and costs for
The London was enttrcd Thursday
eight from a rear door -which bad been
left unloi ked, the cash drawer tapped, and
between 25 and $30 taken from it.
Two T avenport police officers caught
tLree burglars in Crook's shoe store in
Davenport last night and locked them
up. The police will have something
more than circumstantial evidence in that
els v illedsen, wbo runs a saloon at
the corner of Sixth avenue and Fifteenth
street, got on a Christmas bender, and
started in to break uo housekeerjintr
his wife c-illed for assistance this morn
ing, and .he uatrol wason was called.
bich respnded with Chief Miller and
Officers Scl aab. andEizel, ar d Willedsen,
mougu onerinL; some resistance, was
l-.uded in the armory. J. Gimble, who
was assisting Willedsen in his heavy
work, was a'so locked uu.
At Trinity. R -v. R F. Sweet, rector.
Sunday echf.ol at 6:30 a. in . matins at
10:15, litany and celebration al 11, even
song at i . At the chapel even song and
Sunday school at 2 30.
At the Ch -istian church, services at
10 45 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. m. conducted by
Kev. T. W. Crafton. Morning subject.
God'a Unspeakable Gift." Evening
subject, "Cbunging the Dates." Sunday
school at 9.15 a m. Young Deorle's
society at 6.3 ) p. m.
At the Uraiie Lutheran. corner of Forty
fourth street and Seventh avenue, ser
vices at 10:15 a. m. and 7:3 J p. m. by
tbe wastor, lit v. G. E. Shuey. v Morning
subject, "Everyone lo His Work:" eve
ing subject, ' Excuses and Excuee
At the Ninth street M. E , preaching
at 10:41 a. m. by the pastor. Miss Madge
Adams. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. bv
Kev. M. A. Hi:ad, after which the sacra,
ment of tbe Lord's Supper will be admin
istered. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.,M.
A. Nott. superintendent.
At the Cential Presbyterian, the usual
services, preaibing by the pastor. Kev.
ohn H.Kerr. Morning service at 10:30.
sutject, "The Personal Obligations of
tbe Christian t the Saviour and tbe Work
of His Kingdom." Eveninc nubiect.
Lessons From the Closing Year." Sab
bath ichool at 11:45 a. m. Y. P S. C.
E. al 6:45 p. m .
At tbe First Baptist, preaching
by the pastor, Rev C. E. Taylor. Sub
ject for mornitg: "Be Ye Filled with
the Spirit." l or evening: "A Year at
School," closed with an exercise: "The
Old Year's Farewell, and tbe New Year's
Greeting. ' Suiday school at 9:15 a. m ,
L Willhms superintendent. Young
people's union at 6:30 p. m., led bv
Mrs. Tajnr. Humect: Hearing and
Heeding God's Message, Jonah 3:1-10."
Sunday school at tbe Forty-fourth
street chapel at 3 p. m Preaching at
p. m byCbarlssT Knox.
Salvation Oil, tl e emit im"-':'"-0
In what we nm for ImiUe or ort
RhfiiTB'ic pain, neuralgic ach,
Salvation Oil, "it lakj" the cake "
Ktvp it on band for con('iunce iitkc.
Tne Q lemon Solved.
The question with omost people, what
to buy for a nics and useful Christmas
gift is solved by getting a fancy parlor
chair, an elegan'. bookcase, a fine bed
room set, a choice parlor set, an easy
chair, rugs, luce and Jlrapery curtains.
And the place to ,'et them is at Clemann
& Salztnann's, where can be found tbe
largest and finest stock in the three cities
at prices lower th in ahany other furni
TI1F LAST OF EARTH
Mrs. Jane lllirhrork Breathe Her
Aiflst This nnrclnK Fun-pal of
Chrlacopher Aklnsn aid airs.
At 10:50 o'clock thiB morniugat her
home, 2082 Fourth avenue, occurred the
death of Mrs. Jane Hitchbock of a bron
chial affection, aged 67 Tears. She was
an old resident of the city, having resid
ed here a great many years. She leaves
four children as follows: William,
a conductor on tbe R. I. fc P., Oakley,
who resides in. Peoria, Mrs. Mary
Huosaker. of Quincy,, acd Melissa, who
resides at home. The funeral arrange
ment has not yet been made pending tbe
arrival of her so", William, who is visit
ing in Milwaukee.
The funeral of the lata Mrs. Christina
Ritter was held from the home of her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Anna Ritter, at
o clock this afternoon, Rev. A. C. Men
nicke, of the German-Lutheran church
officiating. The pall-bearers were
Maurice Schweikert, Thomas 8chindler,
Anton Deisenwroth, Anthony Kocb
Henry Lidders and H. Harder.
The funeral of the late Christopbi
Atkinson was held from his home oo E!m
s'reet al 9.30 o'clock this morning. R?v
F. W. Merrell, of tbe First M. E
church, officiating. The pall-bearer
were: J. J Reimers, W. II. E wards,
W.b. Sehroeaer. L. E. Arnold, Prof.
V. toss and David Stephens. Tbe
interment was made in Chippianock
The funeral of Mrs. Wilhelmina G til
will be held from the Ceutral Presbyte
nan cnurcu tomorrow aftprnDn ai 2
o'clock. Friends are inviied u attend
ine ranstst performance without
doubt that has ever held the boards at
Harper's theatre was the attempted pre
sentation of theconudy, "Iopu!se," by i
gang of barn stormers last niijht. Most
of the members of the corupinv we're
guyed from tbe moment ihty appeared
on me stage, and the curtain was rung
down on the last a;t amid hisses. Le
gitimate shows ought to crabine to pro
tect theatre managers and the profession
irom sucn impositions.
Miss Lillian Lewis gave two first class
entertainments at the at Burns, at Dav
enport, yes'erdav, presenting "As in a
Looking Glass" in the af;ernooa. and
Credit Lorraine" in the evening There
were large aid well pleased aud ences
present on b nh oecasious.
The Ovide Mtisin Concert companr.
which is to appear at Harper's theatre
next Thursday evening under the ausoi
ces of tbe R c,k Island Lecture and Con
cert association, is compost d of ihe fo!-
owing artisu: G?ide Musin. violinist:
Annie Luise Turner, the American
nightingale; latz l'armenter, soprano;
bm:l SencKr. basso; R ig r Dupont.
tenor; fciwuri scbarr. pianist.. .
Dead Infant t'onail.
A dead infant ws found buried in a
box in a clay bank in the neighborhood of
Twentieth street and Ninth avenue about
o'clock this afternoon. The police aie
nyestigating the case, and the coront r
11 be notified.
1. . K .11 Atirntian!
The next recular council of O Siu-Kee
tribe No. 15 will be held at the new
warn, Druid's hall, on the sleep of the
!kh sun of H. inline Moon.
James J Alhkky, Sachem
WlLL'AM GCLHENZOPK. C. of R.
State of Oh:o. Citv or Toi.ebu. t
LrcAS County. 88
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of P. J.
Cheney & Co.. doin? business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay tbe sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured ty tbe
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J Ciieney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. I)., 1880.
( i A. W. Gleason,
i peal V Notary Public.
nail's Catarrh Core is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free. s
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo. O.
Sold bv druepisis. ?5c.
"Mothei! mother! the winds are at
play, prithee let me be idle today." "Ail
right, sonny, but if you are eoirs: to as
sociate with the east wind, first po aud
buy a bottle of Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup
A Selicions and Healthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
even offi-red to thi publici
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
SOUS TEF.CAT, C3USES AND CCLDS,
AMD 18 HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the tooth anil swertcnv the brenth. im
pnrts a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to tint stomach.
Horn's Choi- To tium is the bent, trv it once, and
you will use no ether afterwards, if any dealer
yni ask for it. has not Rot it. take no other, but ro
somewhere rise. You will find all progressiva
dealers have it, that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything yuu want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO
59 A 61 S. CANAL ST., - CHICAGO, ILL
HARTZ & BA.HNSEN,
Your Attention Please
You are looking for a suitable X-nas
gift for a relation or dear friend. Dor,'
worry any longer, but go at once to
ana ir you don't see just what vou want
atk for it, for he has loaia of fine goods
stowed away for want of space to display
them. There is no gift more appropri
ate or lasting than a well selected piece
of jewelry. You will find the largest as
sortment to select from at J. Ramser's
T . , ...
ue can snow you ail known precious
stones sH upon beautiful- designs. He
can suggest many suitable articles which
you perhaps could not call to mind. He
is always pleased to show goods even i
you don't buy. Remember tbe place.
1827 Second Avenue. Rock Island
Annual Clearance Sale.
Bttwtm now and tbe first o
the year we shall follow our an
nual custom of closing out our
stock as c'ose as possible be
tore tbe lirst of January. Any
one tamfiing ol purcuamg a
piano or organ will c-rtairl)
save money un'1 do wll bv rait
ing on D. Uoy Bowlby, 1726
cond avenue, Kock Island
We guarantee prues and t-rrne
to suit those who wish to buy
for hoi day pr-sents We sti : J
handle the old reliable llal'et
& Davis and Em -i son pianos.
wnicri nr Louse has handle-d
continuously for 30 years tint
alcne will recommend and our
ew Scale Kimball piauo is the
wonder of the musical aee.
Call and get prices: no trouble
to ehow goods. We have on
hand a few good upright pianos
which have been rented or used
or conceris. We positively
guarantee to make prices on
second hand instruments that
will sell them to anyone who
want a piano: we don't pro
pose to carry over the first of
) 'unary anything s-cond-fcand.
Will sell on easy payments;
call early and rt vour choice
13. Kov 1 ?ovll)v.
That's Good for All the Year.
The sort of tree thai pleases patrons
not onl? at Chrislniie. but fram Christ
mas to Christmas. A tree beanos; the
fruit this does an only'stand as the out
growth of a reputable firm staiwart,
fnaodar.), staple all through the year
'92 You'll find those things aud they
are hat wise pvpple look for our
strong attractions. But all this is pre
liminary; what we want to mention
specially is that we haye just opened a
bngh, fresh, new assortment for the
holidays of umbrellas in the newest
b tick 9-
Silk handkerchiefs, very exquisite.
Initial handkerchiefs, perfect beauties.
Silk and cashmere mutll ;r. a beautiful
present. Neckwear, a rich assortment.
Kid gloves and mittens, something use
ful. Satin suspenders, they'll make bis
heart glad. Night robes, most beautiful
Drop in and e3 us; no trouble to thow
. 1728 Second Ave.
Express and Moving.
All orders promptly attended to. Cbsr-
J-LeaTa order at R. Trenaman's Harnaw
Handkerchiefs for ladies.
Handkerchiefs for gents.
Silk handkerchiefs, 2c.
Gents large white hanker
chiefs, c. .
Immense assortment of
1c, 3c, 4c and 5c.
A handsome variety in
silk and wool. Attend
this handkerchief sale and
Rock Island. Illinois.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
IN THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
121, 120 and 128
POCKET K3JIVES acd SCISSORS took tlw
for quality. If vou want a good knife trvT one.
One need not be told what a
Set like those I have to show will
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
; Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are ihe leaders made in Illinois for our 6oft coal and every one
guaranteed. These 'ate all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in an i see how much have to show 3 011
that is ust-fal and novel in housekeeping goocH
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tilaml.
Ladies' black niohairsl
Table sets, linen
nice present an elegant C.irvinj
be. Also th ?se
Wrought Iron -
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
- of Good received I'J -
igpr-Call and Examine.