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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY. JaNUaKV 9, 1892.
Ftr:tfc Sbkh&n, of Ellington, was in
the city todty.
New pv?rn cf carpets are arriving
daily a'. Ciemsriu & tlznanft'.
For bread, pics antl cke9 gee 'Le Cij
team bsiker;'i adv. ia tbis ppe.r.
Why f eeze your hi nit. w .cn you can
gtt gltvn at C03', at Llojd & Stewart' !
Come quick and get tome of that nice
underwear at eoatat Loyd & Stewart's.
A. II.McHeory. of Birmingham, Al..
is ia Rock IiUnJ oa a short visit to
Mrs. E. Titus, of Kstherville", Iowa, is
bere for a few dajs' visit to her son, X.
Help us move our trunk. Come and
buy one at our own price, al Lloyd &
Help us mote. G tii s,oc at o;t un
til Feb 1, Din'tp ba's excepted, at Lloyd
Jfc 8u wart's.
Daoiel H-iine?, of S -u'b MJine town
ship, paii The Arc.l's his coa.r.liments
Grunt bargai' s in fjrci'.ure and car
pets at CI.hhcd & S'zras.nG's. If jou
want to buy tow is tte time.
Mr. Jiiufs Uttupscn acl toa Lkvc
gone to Cable to visit during '.'osductor
llempiioa's cbar" on the road
Mr JjbnM lteUcker.wife cfex Zle:iZ
Itcticfcer, now of K"l Oik, Iowa, ia in
the city on a v:&tt tj o! J fri'.nds.
Lvliei. if yo-i are in nied of anything
in the wy of far?, g t 'hm now &t coa:
befcre the retnoyol, at L:.jj1 & S'ewart's.
The choir of Trinity church were pre
sented by the rector and vestrr this vear
with U autiful Cbrh'tnis 60uvecir spoons,
No new phrase his developed in tbe
coal ft:ctr3' itrike at Cable. Supl. Bud
low ia at Cable today, but it ia not known
what will be tie restliof tis vibit.
A niinistera' meeting will be fceid Mon
day. Januiry 11th, at 11 o'clock in the
Y. M C A. parlor. All members of tbe
m;niattria! a-eocia'iou of iioca I laud are
requ?Hr?d to be present.
A. J. Bullock, wLo together with tis
family, has been p. cding the boliJajs
with friends in Jickson, Mich., has re
turned. Mrs. Bil!.xk will rpend a few
wetki with hir friends thtre.
The . Tiot.m r'p-rn i-ppak of tbe ar
rival in t'iftii f a !! w birbt r by the Dot
ur.ftn i''r nov- of O ore H'achiDf;t on .
Can it be that K;k 1-.t.ii s f rm r citi
. n tr-s tec me a cit z -n ff probibition
dorn? A' tbe jo'irg mea'a meet kg at the Y.
M.C. A.rcoa.sal 3 .Tnooaonow afttruoon.
"A Life Qut-stion Angered." the sr-cocd
jn the series on "'Life Questions," will be
given by Mr. C C Mclntire. Youne
men are conli-illy invi'.i (1.
IU-vival a.ee.irg wi;l be held ia the
First Baptist church beginning Sunday
eyi'titer. Monday evening Singing Evan
Panl Price, a tenor and alto
soloist, and a singer of rare power aud
r:taos, will be sent and remain two
A. B. Jobrron of the C'riwn nstiurant
will ct Itbra'e bis flrst Sunday in his ttw
O'larti m, 1710 Fecund ayeoue. with an
elabora'e dicrjt r u morrow, to wbicb he
invites all biafrien.s. Mr. J hnsoa co'v
has all tLe appoin' men's of a first-cliKs
rextaurtnl and h:s friends will no doubt
show their appreciation to his enterprise
by swooping down on b'm tomorrow.
A tew bade has been designed by tbe
local giipcrintendt nts of tbe street rail
way cotrpany for ih: motorrrien and con
ductors. Iasu-ad of being ofcljth a
berMr.fure, it is composed of metal Btd
wiis dr&ijnnj by Charles Fiebig. The
bariL-e U lettered. "D & R I. IVy Co."
mi'h the word m .ti.rman or conductor as
the case niay be, t.i.d c.ch ruiu is num
bend. Tbe men wili don tbtm for tbt
firat time tomorrow.
P. Alcz-tnder Jo'.'ns'.onc, tbe famous
min 1 reading pbenomenon is to appear
at Harper's theatre n xt Friday and Sat
urday evcLings. Mr. Jbnstone set Chi
cago on a perfect wave of exc'tement by
crivirg from the Auditorium to the
Grand Pacific totel, where be found a
name in the register. Tbnk f f a mnn
driving b'.iadfoHed through the crowded
T' e;s of agr. ni i j, m u brua iicck
ite, and com'.Lg nu'. alivi !
I. O. O 1. A'tei.tx n!
The niembera of li nk Is and lor'g
No. 18, I. O O F arebir- i y ni lifiodt'.
meet at Odd- Ff.-ll.iws' hull at 10 a.m.
dbarp, Sund-iy rriorLii.g. Jin .nrv 10, ith
uniform to attend the fuutrid of ou- de
Cessna brotbir, David Bowjd.
Memncrs of U -l lodge No. C')8 and
Htcker lodge No. 113. and all visiting
brothers hp in vi'ed to rR-tiripip,
GEOtlOE HKNKKN8CHCII, N, G.
JlAKION E Hwkknky li-r Hec'y.
"Standing advertisements in a paper
command confidence. " itariiu ..
?i ijaa n nil n
Lus U U UU Vi- jj
ffggll la Icing
Ui.d in 2MiHio!is of Hccic? 43 Years tie St2r-j-l
Davfd Biwei tailrd i II in Lons
Hsiaf-Ttrm. twtgna Ilrllpeotitll
Ureal hin Her Ut-Th Lit 9 N. W .
David Bo wen. one of the pioneer set
tlers of tbis sec iwu r.td old-.iit Ti idttts
of the city, did t h's home on thu bluff
at tbe Lesd of Twentieth street at 7 30
o'clock this moroing of pneumonia, aged
79 years. Mr. Howeo was born at New
port, Rhode Island, OsU 2-, 1812. and
later removd tf Pimhur?, P.. where he
was united ia ritrriage to M s Nmcv
Cameron on Feb. 5 1838. In
1?10 Mr. Bow en brought Lis family
w?t and se'tled in Mercer county where
Mri. Bowen died in 1846. Five children
were born to tl eir union, ail of whom
are now dead. Mr. Biwenfthtn came to
th's city, where ia July, 1848. he was
igain united in ia ;rririge, to Mis Mary
Berryman, who&i death occurred in De
cember, 18S2. The cr.ildren who sur
vive bim are as f il.'ows: A'bert W , of
Wasbicigton, D C, Mrs. ElzSoyd?r,
of this city; 'rs J, Q Ann-ibie, of Cbi
cso, acd M:?ses Lia and ,'.;ir, a, who re
side at home.
Tbrcuga k:s Vng res:d-rcf bfra. being
engaged in the gvecry buines on Sev
en'ein'h, Mr. B wn become very
wei'.-knon, an! by b't honeaty and
strict business Integrity bad earned
tte coed lence an 1 Uih ett-.-em of all who
DK AT it CF MRS G! ORGtXE HF.I.LrENSTELL.
Mrs. Georaiue Uel.peua eil ditd ol Her
home, CIO E:ghut nth street, at 3 o'clock
yts-trday af t ru urn of brnciiial Dueu
monia, fgfd 69 :nr?. Sbe was a native
of Eanuver, Geiinr.v, and bad resided
in Rock Island a jout 10 years. S ven
children 6urviye iier as follows: Mrs.
Exmj Steinhau. r snl Sirs. Hermiie
S-einhauer, of Pierflption; Lauis, who
residea in Nebratka; Emii. M-.x, Catl,
who is cashier ir the People's National
bank, and Miss A igusia, a teacher in the
R1rk I land I i i 6obool. She wa a
kind, af!ect:o'ia'e woman, and her gentle
1. Vible disposition had won her a wide
circle of friends wh-t will sympathize
lib the bereavid family ia their sad af
THE LATH 8 W wnEELOCX.
Hon S. W. Wneelix:k, of Moiire, who
did ttst. rdiy was jadoabtcdly cneof Mo
line's best known, reiircheniativecif z -ns.
Bora Jane 18, 1815, in Etie county.New
York, he comme iced wcirking bis way
west in 1S39, pu-fuing various avoca
tions, and in the spring of
1851, landed it Moiine, and en-,
ttted at once into the business of paper
making Il5 bought tSe edd foundry
there of N. B. Buford, where the paper
mill now stands. In the fdl of that year
he brought his family from St Charieato
Moiine ia a wagon Ia 1860 be built the
stone portion of the miil now standing.
Tbis bdfdnees his (Town under his excel
lent management until how it is a char
tered institution with a capiat of $140.
000. of which heowned sSO.i'OO. In 1872
he invs,ted $73 .OHO in the piow factory
f Car.dte, Sw in & Co., (now
M' lme Piow ci'-mpintV Ia 1884 a state
rrei:t of the Mciine Plow enmpany
showed that ttie capital stock wa
f4 i0 (K), ai:d i-sia-h hurplus 8iK).(K)0,
of whic l he owned one-hilf. 8:nce then
tbe p:ant has in roamed iis capital toc:k
from lime to time, until now tbe output
i-about $2,000 000 worlb a yeiir. Mr
A'hetdock wis ubo interested in the
U.iion Mallea'de Iron wrr'9 before its
s-le to Mr. Uiiman He was a heavy
s v-ckholder in the Moiine National bank
and S i"e Siving bink, and owriti Urge
real estate imf re"s in Texas. llo hss
ljng end fai;bfu'iy dL-charged the r'u'ies
of prpf;di'nt of tho Moiiae Pjp:r com
pany, Mo:inc; Plow compaay ki.d Moliee
National bank, beir.g a man of fine busi
ness q ial;flcaMocs t.nd with hiyh xecu
tive atnlily. He was a msn e.f ciuny
d eds of public spirit and charity. In
1877 be was eleced mayor of Moiine and
w ri elected in 1879 and in 18SI.
George Wf.aver, t be well-known citt
z n of Suih Jloiine, ditd this m"ofc
iog, aged 74
Kctorn of Lord R:inily.
Sot-r;iAu iu., o.-r . Lord Randn'ph
Churchill arrived ai. Pouthamptf.n Friday
from south Africa. He looked bronztxi ly
exposure to t;,e sun i ml Lad more manly
appearance tii;:n v-rn 1 e left l.r.k'iaii.1.
lie was i:et oi) ir:iv ,1 by I,f.dy Churchill,
bis w ife (fi.ri.-ieriy M ss .leuny Jerome of
New York). Tin ir mcetiiig was of the
most conliul deer.'p; o:i.
The Sultun lo-s 1 n-l:tnl a Favor.
CoysTAM'INorE, Tnu. 9. The sultan
has formally appoiut.-d Abbas to be khe
dive in place cf Lis lather. This pronipt
action on li.e part of the porte yives much
satisfaction to the l ii.ish element bere.
Ablmsba-s a'.-o reeei n-l the eongratula
tiou.s of President Cu not on his acct-ssioo
to the throne.
Rosid6TiC8 Telephone 1169
TRUE BILLS FOUND.
The lirartl Jury lturns Ttventy.
Xamrs nfTkone tthii r' ti .Innwrr
t ('Banes at the Frnt Term
i f oar -AN') K'fo ation'.
The erand jury finished its labors
this morning, and made return to
Jtide Pita ants w,ho convened the cir
cuit court for that purpo e, Judje Smith
being abseat from the city. Tae list of
true bills not suppressed for service is
as fo lows:
Kate Knox, alias R se Green, three in
dictments for "'tempting to obain good
nrder false pretenses from M. & K.,
Carse & Co. and McCabe Bros on Nov.
Frank Cabalka, two counts for mal
icious mischief in breaking a plate glass
indow at tbe tailoring eptablisment of
J. B Zimmer on Oct- 8.
Eraii Johnson, mdiciou3 misch'e'. two
counts for breaking a pkte g'ass w now
at I Bimrterijer's clothing store on Nv
Frank Mayne and Frank Smi'h, four
iodictmentf; one for burariary at Oor
Eton's hottl; two for larceny at Ca!
Valley and one for larceny at O'.to Sieb'e
Einil V n Owrschett, CsiarUs Frjnk
and Cliarlts Puen f rriot, on.Ttn 2
Frank V:l.m rd Frank 0!-en f,,r
hnralarv coxmittcd at Ripids City on
E nil Von Over?chfclt, as-au't with a
dea-'ly e-pon on Jan. 2.
Elin Did ard vV.liiam Siel! for lar
ceny of no ov.-tcoat from .-ini'id Ken
nedy or. N'W. 9
Lemuel Hudson for burglary namely
entering the build ng of the Brusa Eiic
tric L ght C on Jin. 7. j
Wood B. Hill, to todictm-'n'a
sault with a deadiy weapon and mavhem.
committed on the person of bis wife on
Charles llanlon for b.irgUry a Jasper
Forsyth's h ime at Cordova on N v. 10,
Frank Wtrren for burgar'y a. tbe city
bakery on '.he 7th inst
Rash McIIugh for a saa't wi'h intent
to murder Samuel McCtrris-m on Oct. 1
Ian at Molim-.
Clarence E idy, altis Harrv F I, for
burgarv of Dn;el Vl Nial's hrn at
Watertnwn or Sep. 1.
Ro-r McGrath and F-ank Kan for
rihbery of Michael O'D innell in Rock
Island on N v. 2.
An Ire w S-.ott for lar vny of a single
harness belmgirg to John Looney on
The grand jury ia its report of the jail
recommended that tbe attention of tbe
board of supervisors be called to the fa t
that tbe j-til is unsafe, and suggests that
improvements should be made. Tte
erand j,jry also presented a resolution
comp"imentin2 S:att's Attorney S-ureon
on bis work, bis du'ies being unusually
arduous this tim;-; also the sheriff and
his deputies on their conduct of tbe ofljee
and j til.
1. O. O K.. atieniio i !
Members c f Rock Inland lodge No. 18.
are r-qaesWd to meef at Old Fellow's
hall Jm, 11. 1892, at 7 30 p. m . to com
plete consolidation of Kock I-Und and
Gkokgk Trenkbnsobth. N. G.
M. E Sweesey, R-'c fc.
Wra A title, captain of No. 12 En
tine Co . B i!;imT' City fire depur'tneut,
says: Salvi.n Oil. is an excellent rem
edy for rheumatism, ncurlia, lurrb.po
and sprain .
6cc:e tfal A wav.
Why is Cutset) C .iiPh Cure ra'led the
one ir.ii. u'e romeds ? Ti e following
from riarrv E1 ioti. vice-president of
Si-.tr Insurance cmpmy. I.s V'-mfs.
explains his first experience; His w te
rtcentlv becsm so hure from a sevrrp
edd f be could not spe-iK above a whis
per. One dose of the Cubeb Couth
Cur afforded preat ie';if, nud a few
doses removed the hoarseness r n'irely
Me also sys his children have never b-en
so free from conch" and co ds as tlev
have been since he keeps f'nbeh Cout'h
Cure in bc housa. IIar;z & Bahnsen.
ITot Sprinj Skin Soap not only prr
ver.ts ail skin disorders, but is txceileni
for tbe toilet and nursery.
Annual Clearance Sale.
Rftw-en now and the first of
the) year w-bhall folk.w our an
nua1 custom of closing r-tit our
-tf.ck as c ose a1 p ssibl'
for the iirst of Janu try, - y
one th'n'-ainp: of p'iichainr
t iano or orran will cftaiitl
?ave money an do well by a
iig on I). Hoy Kowlby, 1726
ennd avtiiue, Kock. Island
We guarantee jri ea and t ra.
to suit those who wi.h to but
for hoi day pr sents UV eti 1
handle ihe oid reliib'e Ha' et
& Davis atid Em-rson pianos,
which our Louse baa handled
continuously for 30 ye-ars th 1
aUnewiil recommend and cur
New Scale Kim hall piano is the
wonder cf the mneical agH.
Call and ret prices; no trouble
to sbuw goods. We have o-t
hand a few pood uprght pianos
which have been rented or used
for concerts. We positively
guarantee to make prices on
second hand instruments that
will Bell them to anyone who
warta & piano; we don't pro
pose to carry over the first of
J nuary anything second-hand.
Will sell on easy pay men's;
call early and get your choice
D. Roy Bowlby.
proper way to treat catarra is u
coDsUtutionnl renj'dy. like Hoods
I'mi Protection Protect
Certainly, in one instance, it dots.
Hood's Sarsaoari 1 is tbe great protection
against the dangers of impure blood, end
it will cuie or prevent ail diseases of 'his
ciars. Ith .sw.ll woo iis name f tbe
best blo.d purifier by its many remarks
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pd's for their easy jet efflien'
acti,D. Sold by ll drugtists. Pri.e 2a
cents per bos.
THE NEW YEAS IS HfiBB.
Xo one re jrtt the departure
of decrepit old '91. He served
his day or rnther the 305 of
them -and l.i-i successor will
be his superior. The old is
goxe, the new is here. You
car- nothing abcut the many
thit'gs we liii ia tt.ck lustsum-m-r;
but now! -that's different.
Litr ad yu can't help but
be int -rested. We hate deter
mine! to cluse ou all our over
coats, and ha?e cut the prices
de-p info the cost. Boj's' and
chi'dien's SUM, 4 and $5 coats
all r iit$: 29 Boys' and chil
dren's ?G. 7 nrd 8 cot? '4 :38
Men'.-i overcoats in proportion.
T ho American,
1728 Fecond .1 ve.
N. B We ar gtiU gelling
gleves at ha f pice.
The Scott Medical Institute
which has just closed its work
of free treatment has
been a success, so far as can be
proved by the numbers of
afflicted people who have
thron-ed the Institute daily,
many of whom found relief
after the first treatment. This
is a medical institute coming
to our city well recommended,
the physicians having received
their diplomas from the best
medical colleges in the United
States as Yveil as in foreign
countries, and it has come to
stay as can be proved by the
contracts they have made
which are without exception by
the year. The physicians have
decided to place the price of
treatment within the reach of
the poor as Yvell as the rich.
They treat all diseases with
marked success with their
Catarrh Diseases ot Woman
These physicians also guar
antee to titcj; r.:r :Jt. i:i the
body in from three to five min
utes without tiie use of medi
cine. Remember it costs noth
ing to see these doctors and
find out what your troubles
are, and if you can be cured
they will take your case, but if
you can't, then they will tell
you so. No matter what your
sickness is, go and get rclie-ed
or find out if you can be cured.
Catarrh, they guarantee to
cure no matter how longstand
ing. Those pronounced in
curable or w ho had doctored
for months with their family
physician, are especially in
vited. It does not take months
to cure any case nor Yveeks
Office 623 Main Street, Dav
enport. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2
to 4 p. m., 7 to 9 p. m.
Same hours Sunday.
Cftiatrn cx-nu mr iCTirmnmnii nre.
F. J. Cheuht & Co , Proi... Toledo. O.
olibT driiL'Sts. rrirv 75f!.
1 1 VI c NTIRE BROS.
We show an elegant new
assortment of Blankets
in whites, and scarlets
greys made from fine
soft wools, at prices suited
to any pocket book.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Furniture and Carpets
IN THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
124, 120 and 128
POCKET KNIVES ard SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If yon want a eood knife try one.
One need not be told what a
Q .!,., r ...
-i uac mysBi uaveu snow win
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants ne Wro-iV Irt.n
hmsh Fire Sets and Irons. ' ,-
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our ? oft coal -an evert- on
S'larant-ed. '1 hese are all good things to huv at Chri rru 1' or
any othei time. Come in aui see how much'l hav- to sh'.w yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping good.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Inland.
J. B. ZIMMER.
ERCSANT 1 AILOB,
Will cell for the next :?0 days all Lis ovt-rcoatings at l."
jtr cunt less tlian tlie rej'-.'-r r!c"3
Stab Block, OrrostTB 12 akpkti rior?;.
Ycu can ?ave money by trading at the Old Keiiable
5 AND IO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classware and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCH'3. 1314 Ihird. Arc.
City Steam Bakery,
226 Seventeenth Street.
Always on Hand:
ofau Confectionary and
Leave your orders tilth ai for Wedding nd Party Ckt8. Wo hTe the be.-t cke bikir
west of Chicago.
' MUNROE, DeHUE & 'ANDERSON.
O and tf Onlv Lttitimitf
AL OEBiLITYmd LOfT
t knowp. A Marvllou 1
Since Christmas we h tv- b-en.
overhauling stoci arid cn'.Iir,,
out remnants. This we ituel
to eell. Low prices v Pi do it.
Remnants cf black dress Good-.
Remnants cf colored dress e.
Remnante of fiiontls.
Remnants cf table li&erjs.
Remnants cf calicoes.
Rt-moants. remnants, rcrann'
Rake them alorg at ridiculoti-r
prices. ( od idea to call ef.r'y.
nice -r .in nia.-t r,r
. . " . u. "'
lt9 ecod ATenne,