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THE AEGUB, THUKSDAY, JANUARY 14,
t- IMF 11, I -I ILMl lit OfnniVn ran . ir m . r 1
.1 ili I results wlicn
;' (,t; I' - i takt-u; it is plea-sant
i.iii;; l l'"- "u.-u., ituu new
.1,. v,,t ,,-,, :i"i.y on the Kidneys,
. v r,..v Is, cleanses the svs-
e i.:: l levers ami cures iiaounai
-cmh. Vrl!? figs is the
v ft cNt? Liud ever pro
'(, ; - t. the taste and ac
.,t!ll,;e t tiio stomach, prompt in
'arti.i:) r.ii'l t;i;ly liencficinl in it9
pvt.s pr iKiroil otuy irom ln3 mot
.a;hv .'I'.'rr c'aMo substances, its
. inv oxf. llt-iit qualities commeuil it
.'all a:; ! 1 tvo ma.lc it the most
piihir remo'ly known.
vrv.p of Fi.-s is for sale in 50c
vfl buttles by all leading lru2
;ts, Any relialilo druggist who
nrnot have it on Land will mo-
tjc it promptly fur any one who
i-ht ti try it. I)o not accept any
I CALIFORNIA F!G SYRUP CO.
UVMI f "" I'M 1i.tr
itl-: 1 a 1 1 . V A !'1''J ili'iivtTt'd at your (toor
.-. :y t..T:l' lor I1 ;' prr wi-t'K.
Sil till'--. 'li:imouJ. j w ry. and all anient)
it . ;. . J.mes. liiU M'coua avenue.
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tttN;'K: A fVw r'Mni -MicaiDfn to tnkp order
I V 1 r 'V Ittm- "f Irii.t nnil oruaau'Uiul treet.
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"ATE A'.KNT to
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X' ,. 'v i:irol ol cur b'iitii-.H unii up
. i i: : -iitt-',',;. in -v. ry t.itf in this
.. r c.-nt. TliK LMuS Co.tt
'. . ; t--'. t'lW'.y, New "ork.
A.- .!: ti.TVWiiure fur ' s;if TP s
I'll : : -of ilie SVOKl-'-'-: urmliirrd
it 'i . . : j ! v. ii!;; Tr'"ncri.ious UL-f-s ; Mr.
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It ! l'-.-ii'tr p.i.l. li.'Miifful
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. '" ! ' - r. I'!. ; ilt :;1ji-i. Pa.
;ini n r,:iit' prt.pf-rTvon comniiHs
c.iv i)r i-e:;y !i!ays on tmt.(l
A.' ! fir I . r 1 rrt-i It. V re 1 nsnrnuce
V. 'fTl! ftl:it Ul" AlIHTH nO t'ttUttUy
iLiliTiinnv-t r.mi-tiriV, f B:ii-liiiiop-,
1803 Second Avenue, over
HoDpes Tailor Shop.
Subscribe for Stock
In tli Srrond series of the
Bom- lluildinp; and Loan Asso-
of Koek lskml.
A ?af r liiivl l.f iter investment
tli;.n JuVh-rrinifi;t Koikes, lre-':;us-
il.H 'uan.- aiv made only
nji.'ji es'nMi.sh-d values ami it
'ays m,. iv lLan three times as
n::i( ir.tt-res-t bfsltiea the
:ini t i i , t inv.-.-tf J and the profits
W v. iThdiawn at any time.
I'.'j" loary-dat iuvvesi rat-s.
" ' s. I: t.'it.t 4. 5 ami M us. 'file T.-niUlc,
O. M. LOUsLKY,
Oroikery, Olao, China ana Table Cutierr,
The Senator .Talks Frtt-ly on the
Troubles at the Cabl 3Iine.
C Me X e.Of Hiy the
Mini r HlinU'd It. t 1 IIIm
I'fr-onul OIin tthi lOiin.
Sjnstor W. F. Craw to d, of Tajlor
Uidge, was in tbe city jesterday on bi
way to Chicago. ''I am going up on
business," he paid, "and i No to nee my
sods who are alUntlint; sciiool there, ami
incidentally I may run in on the meeting
of tbe republican state central commi
t-e tomorrow. Business and pleasure
first and politics afterwurd, you know."
In conversation with huAkocs reporter
the senator asked it there was anything
new from the coal miners' strike at Cubic,
and receiving an answer in the negative,
be said: "Well, do you know, I can't
thick what those miners are thinking
anoui. ii iney new tneir own in
terests they wouldn't ba'e struck, for I
kDOw that they are treate 1 better by tbe
Cable company than any other miners in
u.e state, me last year 1 was
in tbe boune at Spriagfield, I was
a tmmDtr 01 lue comn lttee on mines
and mining, and I bad nade it a point to
personally inspect every mine of impor
tance in the state, and tc carefully inves'
tigate tbe modes of operation employed
bv the comp- niea and tae treatment of
tbe men. My observations was tbnt tbe
Cable miners were trebled the best of
any in the slate. Not only did they re
ceive belter pay and better treatment,
but the screens wire made so that they
would work better advantage to the men
than at auy of tbe mines near Springfield
or elsewhere, so far a;- my examination
went. I was saiisfiel that the Cable
mines were not only bener equipped, but
tbe interests of the ncn were better
looked after than any 01 her mines." j
eoiXTv hi ii.
TUANSFKI- 8 1
11 William Wake to Henry Huberty,
lot 8, block 1, Doebellithn's add., Mo.
Hannah Wells, et al. to William ?-troh
meier. lot 3 and 4, hlo 'k 105, and lot 7.
block 79, Amlaluaia, $H
Susin C Flat!g to Henry and Lsura
Odcr.dxhl, tracts hv toetes and bounds,
:n nt , 7. 17, le, ?3 5.X.
.loan Lit'bv to Utrjimin Snodgrass,
nt , ni J, 17, le, l.:dO
Minor SShuek to Junes D Kane, nw frl
1 30. 17, :"!w, and lot 5. :)0, 3. t40(l.
llos'inntih Mounts ty heirs and Lucv
Fi keusclu r to M inor Ir buck, nt sw sn1
ei.tnw ', 20 17. 8, nJ 30,17, 8w !?75
Grunt and Hos-innah Mounts to Minor
Shuck, n . s J and e nt nw J 29, 17, 3w,
and r.n 30. 17 2w, $35.
Heirs of William M. Shuck to Minor
Shuck n swj and e pi nw 29, 17, 3,
and n 30. 17. 3w, $-M.
E H Uayer to .Imi s M. Huford. tract
by me ts and bounds in n J 6, 17, lw,
Albert Benedict to H U Guier and J M
Buford, t J s 72 at res ne." 1, 17, 2,
12 AUxander Jafkson to Leonard
Arnold, lot 4 Island D. nv. J. 26, 17. 4w,
and lotsl and 2,sl,23, 17, 4 w, $25i.
Jolia R Hobinson to Henry B Sudlow,
part out lot 1, J W S.)tncers third addi
tion. Rock lrland, $1.
13 Estate of Caroline Edwards. Con
sent of heirs to dischurge of admitiistra
tor, and report and petition for discharee
by administrator filed and approved
Estate c'.oied and administrator dis
charged. Estate of Daniel C Frnk. Petition by
Sarah E Swank for li tters of administra
tion. Bond fixed at 53,000.
Estate of John C Adams. Letters of
administration issued to Evelena B Ad
ams, Bond filed anil approved. W. L.
Swpenev, Willis Benn and John II. Gil-
more appointed apptaisers.
12 E.-tate of tijswell Richmond
Widow's relinmiifhmint and selection
fi.i'il and apt rnved and orh:r thereon.
Estate of A'cbiba'tl McAfee. Letters
of administration issued to Marlha Mc
Afee. Bond fi ed and approved. Join
I5;;an, Albert Uartm inn and Samuel Ken
nedy Mppoln'ed apr-'iisers.
Estuteof Jane C illett. Petition for
letters of tidminis ration by Frank P.
G.lii tt. Bond fixeC at $5.2;.'0.
Es'a'e of George Weaver. Proof of
death filed. Will presented for probate.
Deposition of James Shaw, one of sub
scribing witnesses Uktn in proof of exe
cution of will.
nuritlarn Altir llooii".
Bunrlars entered the wholesale liquor
bouse f Beardsley & Eaikj on East
Seventeenth street ii-.st night and carried
off several gallons of Oil Taylor whisky,
besides a couple -if dozen of bottled
goods. Entrance was cffictrfd through a
window in the alley into tbe main room,
but the goods in ttat room didn't seem to
suit them, antl tb'.-y proceeded into the
south storeroom where they emptied a
barrel of spring of '81 Taylor whisky,
filling it into iugs to carry it away. They
then relieved tbe front window of a num
ber of bottles of whiskies, gins, etc., and
departed, unlocking tbe rear door to get
out of. The stolen gocds would prob'
ablv amount to 840.
A handsome co nplenon is one of tbe
greatest charms a woman can possass
Pozzoni's Completion powder gives it
Bam Wire Cnu
are. without doubt, tbe most painful and
the worst looking cuts or bruises an ani
mal receives. A man is vnot wise or
thoughtful who d es not have a be tile of
Krause's German Oil. It is the great
German wonder for barb wire or any
other kind of cits and bruises. Only
25c and good for man or beast. Hartz
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
A"H.rsf"on Ke, iho V..,fl 1.A P.
alli r Other Xovi of ilie Ituok 1st.
tnil It itlroada.
Bi ly Fee, the good natured caller at
the C, R. I. & P. round house, bad a bad
head-end collinion on Moline avenue yes
terday afternoon. "Billy" drives a gray
pony attached to a light cart, and yester
day afternoon he was called to run light
to Twenty-third street, so putting on his
running clothes he told the pony to carry
er en signals as they had orders to run
to Twenty-third street regardless of ev
erything. In a few moments the start
was made, and they wheeled aong at a
lively rate, everything going lovely until
they re-.ched Twenty-ninth street, when
"Billy looking out on his side thought he
saw second 19 coming east on the
west bound track. It was a little hazy
and be thought bis eyesight must have
failed him. so leaning back again he tried
bis air to make sure everything was all
right and then gave her more steam, and
they chasidaiong faster than ever. A few
seconds later be looked out find was hor
rified to find that be was rushing to a ter
rible death, not 50 yards distant was
second 19 coming towards them on the
same track. "Billy's" first impulse was
to jump and desert the gray gowl, but a
second though', brought a nobler inspir
ation. "Ni l" be muttured between bis
clenched teeth, ' 1 11 die if t eed be at my
post of duty!" If "Billy" had had time
for a third thought he would no doubt
have thought it, but bis thinker got mud
dled up in the crash that followed, and
Isn't in good working order yet. "BiLj"
got out without a scratch, but tbe
pony is in the shops for repairs.
ECHOES FHOM THE RAIL.
Miss Amy Loosley, of Peoria, is a late
acquisition to the clerical force in the
auditor's efhee at the R.I & P.
Today is the last day that the C, R.
I. tfc P. will run bridge trains to Daven
port, tbe new ice bridge making it un
profitable. II . P. Grady, formerly of Rock Island,
and now runnirg an engine out of Kan-,
sas City on the C, K. & N , is in the city
on a visit to his mother. Mrs. P. Grady.
Conductor Wi!lim Bludsje, of the C,
R I. & P., who runs between this ciiy
and West Liberty, is laving off, being
cocfiaed to his home in this citv wilh the
The filling is being put in to make the
road bed for the new track on Rock Isl
and srscnal. and as soon as this is com
pleted the double track will be laid across
tbe lough bridge.
The C, R. I, & P. are doing an enor
mous coal and Hoik business. So busy
are they that trainmen on the west end
are refusing to go out on account of be
ing too many hours on the road.
The work of laying tbe third
track for the C, R. I. & P. between this
city and Moline, is progressing at a rapid
rate, and it will not be long before less
TouVe will be experienced by keeping
trhius blocked out of the upper yards.
This has been an unlucky winter for
switchmen in the C, R. I. & P. yards,
more men having been hurt in the past
four months than in any similar period in
the memory f the oldest yard man. It
makes the boys particularly watchful and
very little carelessness is found lying
around there loose these days.
P. A- O'Brien, supervising inspector of
plumbing for the C , R I & P.. arrived
in the city yesterday wilh his kit cf
wrenches and jimmies, among tte latter
beirg the jovial Jimmy" Kidney, of
Oeceseo. They are at work putting in
steLUi radiators for heating the new tele
graph ffice at tbe passergcr depot.
Conductor O. H. Creel, of the C . B.
& Q., has gone t.i Ashland, Wis., on a
three weeks' visit. While there bs is as
sisting Evangelist Bliss, the la'Ur hiving
licen inspired by Mr. Creel's sinfMsg on
his visit to this city labt winter, f ince
which time he has been ei deuvorirg to
have Mr. Creel join hi in ia the woik.
Conductor L. M. Study vin is running
Mr. Creel's train dur'mg the lat'.er's ab
sence. Conductor Heffner being on Mr.
IIii,ldale, Jtn. 12. Sleichs end
sleds of every description ure out, and
sleihine is very good.
Clint Donahoo is shipping cord wood
The Messrs. and Miss Ernst, of Ne
braska, start for their home in Nebraska
today. Monday evening their friends
had a leap year sociable at J. A. Lip
hardt's in their honor.
S. L. Woodburn and J J .McConnell took
Miss Nettie McConnell to Rock Island
Monday where she was adjudged insane.
Only a few years ago a brother was af
dieted in tbe same manner, but is now
much improved. We hope for her rapid
The favorable impression produce! on
the first appearance of the agreeable li
quid fruit remedy Syrup cf Figs a few
years ago has been more than confirmed
by tbe pleasant experience of all who
have used it, and the success of tbe pro
prietors and manufacturers of the Cali
fornia Fig Syrcp company.
Ladies who use cosmetics or powders to
cover up or hide a bad complexion, do
not know that T. H. Thomie can furnish
them witn Blush cf Roses, which is clear
as water, purifies the skin, and positively
removes black heads and all skin diseases
takes the shiny look from tbe face and
whitens it soon as applied.
Paul Alexander Johnstone, the famous
mind reader, will give entertainments at
Harper's theatre trmorrow evening and
Hermann, the greatest of sll prestidigit
ateturs, aided by Mine. lb rmnn and a
corps of assistants, will be the attraction
at the Burtis at Davenport Saturday eve
ning. He has for several years been giv
ing an exhibition of necromancy that is
as fascinating as it is bhflling. The spir
itualists have averred that he is pocse ssed
of mediumistic powers and the suspicious
ones have hinted that he is allied wilh
the gentlemen with the horns, the tail
and the cloven foot.
On Wednesday evening next at Har
per's theatre will be seen the state
wonder. "The Vendetta," of which the
New York World says:
"Mr. Whit'car is doing superlative
work in the chief role. His Roniarri is a
character of unusual power and depth
and provides scope and opportunity for
expressing Ue mostyaried passions and
motions. Joy, love, grief, bate, re
yenee and forgiveness are presented in
r.ipid succession, aad for their proper ex
position talents of the highest flegree are
imperiously demanded. None but a very
first-class actor might essay the part.
Mr. Whitecar, however, meets its every
claim and fulfills every requirement, and
the approval which gnets him nightly is
nothiug save hi3 fair, iust due. Many
elaborate and novel scenes were intro
duced. The steamship collision was tie
"Standing advertisements in a paper
command confi h nre." Barnu.n
J. E. Montrose, Mam
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 15-16.
The Psychological Unijira,
Absolutely Without Parallel,
The World Kminent Hca'.cr
of Unuttereii Thoughts in a
of II s
Ctirtliiz ail ris:iait'.nj ?cwa?s.
A VELT:CS CF ISTELISEKCI
Ntivt-r Ii fore Itt-vo-np d.
TX'tiiud by rjiiiny lipirutionnl
A Mystkht as Me' n t Hi-
MlI.p as t You.
The Kqui ihnum of t' e cien
tillr VNnriil r Is urbi d t-nrit-Uitlit
in thf ta k A comn ete
vzlingiiihhmeiit of ki-p icirm.
I'ric &. ST. and Ve Sal-or seats l-cuin TLiii
day, .Ian. II at Uarp.-.- huu r. pharmacy.
Burtis Opera House,
CHAS. T. KINDT..Manager.
SATURDAY, JAN. 1G.
THE FASHIONABLE EVENT.
ARN'IVAL OF MAGIC:
,m mi th '
AST OF MYSTE17Y!
An K'aborate rrogntrrmc of Jty'ic Novelties.
I'tices SI. 7r. 50 xnd i."c. Vo ei'ra rharm. r..
reserved i-eat. hirh can be secured si Fluke's.
J. E. Montrose, Manigi-r.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20.
E. V. VARNEY. JR'S
i;r jt Viz I mi'iiction.
Introducing the Actor of Ihi; Day,
W. A. WHITECAR,
Asi-i-u d by Su'taMc l'iay rs, Vnrrl Mec!i.in!:t.l
i:i! 'c s tnctu'iiiis; a T. Trill . tVdision in Mid
Ocean l two of the inrirtt and ff-acd-t--t
team-Inprt e:r presented
on The ftaice.
A Lovely Tlav The tirocciest Satisfied.
I'tices ft. T'i. .lit and ar.c. Seals on sale at Har
per house pharmacy Jan. IS.
to select ru:n. Why pay 4U cents
lo Sl.ou f,.r which yoo can
get for V) cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
IT IT Second Avenue.
Tinware And Eousk
1612 second avenue,
Type Writer Supplies.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
Special prices this week on
Baby McKre, )
Tom and Mariah
1705 Second Avenue.
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY.
Telephone No. 1216.
A Fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. I1UCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
We predict the universal use of
Dr. McKann's Celebrated Comb Sy rup
for "La Grippe," all coughs, colds, croup, and
all affections of the throat, lungs and bron
Its sale has more than doubled each year since
its introduction, and the year 1891 stands out
as the banner year of its existence.
Made and sold at 10c and 2c per bottle by
T. H. THOMAS,
For CHOICE MEATS Go to
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter "Work Done.
-General Jobbing done on rhort toticc and tatiVactlon jroarakt el.
Office and Shot 1412 Fourth Avenue. ROCK ISLAKD.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
We will this week offer some big
values in fine toilet soaps.
Sterling Tar Soap 3c
Turkish Buh 3c
Uncle Chris, an extra large cake finely
Baby McKee Pencil Tabiet. "c sv.e,
" 10c "
Flora " " 5c '
Tom and Mariah " 5c
Double Siates 12c, IT
Slate and Lead Penrils.
1703 Second Avenue
Telephone Na. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
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