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THE ARGrUB, FRIDAY. JAN UA Ii Y 15, 1892.
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.'nfal'e 1" li:e F'iit!K-ri, prompt in
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a'UiV t-'i-l :i'.T,,-!ioio -uosii2ce!s us
irv Vxa !K nt ouulilies commend it
1 1 -ill and nia.lc it the most
Lrul:ir rmcly knotvn.
Svnm of l'v- h for sale in 5Uc
!:n.i'?l Mt!.''.i by all lervlinp; drug-f.-Uts.
Anv roliahie- uVnsrjrist who
:!sv not l;ave it on ii:u:u will pro
cure it promptly f'r any one who
v-i-b. s t.i try i;. 3 not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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: 'i l;.i. Ti.f, :v "i.niTiuiiy. of But-tsnu-rt',
1803 Srcond Avenue, over
Hoope s TailoT Shop.
Sufcscrit:s for Stock
I:. t!;n "f-oTifl series ot the
Ef'i;;.- I'.iii! line; and Loan Asao-'"''-h
oi' iIocr Islan.i.
- s-ir .'.Tulliftter investment
;li;m Covfrnm-ijt Bonds, be
' ;uim ()!;rih ,,re n,.lcjH onv
"p'ii fS-aiii3!jH!l values and it
K ii.'i ilnoe times as
rvet besides the
: vt-ti-d and tbeproiitg
-t; drawn at any time,
loarn-d at lowest rates.
A IH)NAI.U--'iN, S rr'i'nry.
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M. i. lijbLEY,
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ROCK ISLAND'S INTERESTS
Last Night's Meeting of the Im
PRKMDEtNT CABLE TALKS
tw IndnKtrlra lli-ru.ni d, Itplter
Knern 01 ;lfred, IHoi 3t m
t rn Admitted and Other
.71 Bin V.
Ttie regular moLtblr met ling of the
It nk IslLd CiiizeDB Improvement afo
cttiiin was licM at the ronif in Mitcbel)
& Lynde's buHJinfc las-t eveaing. Vice
President Crubuufh wrs Culled to the
chair in the absence of President Jackson
at the opening of the mc-timr
Aftet n pulnr routine bu.-ir ess had been
daro?td of the standing committees were
read for reports, and uoder the head of
niinufactuTes, Stcri tary eurle and W
B. Periiufon rcp.rteil on i nurabtr of
industries with which the cojjraittee ws
correpprinding. BDd all matt rs submiited
in such coniuctinn were repurted back to
the committee to consider further and report.
JnckEon. having in the
entered, cor ling direct
train whicti brought
Chicago, uhmitted a
of the proposed im
provemenis the street rail ay.svndici.te
proposes to make at the watch lower,
and heretofore described i Thk Ahrcs,
and which Mr. Jackson had secured from
Vanaginu Director Louder t.ck whom he
had seen in Chicago dining the day.
The plans were closely txtmimd by the
members of the association and city coun
council present, and mucl. gratification
was expressed concerning them.
The association instructed the presi
ded, secretary and advertising committee
to procure such s'atiouery as miiht be
deemed advisable for the use of the ass;
cii'.ion and committees.
rtiil Mitchell proposed more desirable
rooms for the use of tin; association in
the same block at considerably reduced
rent, one btinc; on the s cond fliorad"
j Mruntj the library, ana the choice of
two on the second fl ior. both larger and
more desirable than the present suite.
The Mt T was referred :o be executive
c immrtee to report at a -peeml meeting
of the association and af;er adjournment
the mt-mbirs inspected the rooms pro-,
President Jackson, of t le committee to
urfe ir on the council the desirability
ai'd justice of letting th- Third avenue
paving contract to the Hockford Con
s' ruction company, reported the success
of the committee's tnisM' n and sucyested
the propriety of the adoption of resolu
tions commendatory of the council's ac
tion with reference to 'he sime. The
n atter was upon motior. refirred to the
president, secretary and executive com
mittee to report at a special meeting of
the association uixi Tuesday evening.
The Dames of J. Sil is Leas, Monroe
Kohn. fl. C. Cleavelan 1, I). E. Nof
sktr, Morris Ris-mdeld and T. H. Mar
shall were proposed for menibtr-hip,
and unanimously elected, the pavraent of
monthly bill9 ordered ar d the association
Ob tiiai y .
The funeral of the late Edward Murrir,
Sr., was Leld from St. Joseph's church at
9 o'clock this morning, Rev. Ttioaii.s
Mackin ofBciattng. Notwithstanding the
very severe weather a large cumber of
sorrowitg friends attended the last sad
rites, bringing with them many beautiful
fl irsl offerings. The pall-bearen were:
John T.'i!y, Joseph Pearson, John MuN
hern, Patrick Feeley and John Ferry.
The interment was ma le in St. Joseph's
The remains of t le, late Miss Viola
O. Writht, who died ut Colfax. Iowa, on
JaT. C, were brought back on Friday last
to her home in Ruri.l, and the funeral
occurred from B ulah church in that
township on Saturday.
Tiie funeral of Mrs. Jane Downing will
be held from Trinity church at 2 o'clock
Sunduy afternoon, Dt an Jeffords officiating.
The funernl of the late Mrs. Catherine
lit i cher will be bell from St. Josephs
church toniorre-w mining at 9 o'clock.
Frequeut and c nstant advertising
brought me all I own." A. T. tHewarl.
' Put me in my lime bed," she said, "'I
can stand tluis cold no longer1' "Oh!
don't." said the wise mm, "sit up in
vour last new dress i.nd take a dose of
Dr. Bull's Couuh Svrup.
"Success depends upon the liber il pat
ronage of printing oiBces." Astor.
tiafe, arn anil Thorough.
The safest, sums: and most thorough
tinic for purifying and regulating the
system is a bottle of Budweiser, prescrib
ed and manufactured by Anheuser-Busch,
upon whom Americins confer the title of
I'lue I'la.viug ;ardM.
Send ten (10) certain stamps to John
Sebastian, Gen'l Tkt. and Pass. Ag't Chi
cago. Rock IsKnd ii Pacific R7., Chica
go, III., for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing curds you ever saw.
Just the thing for 1 igh live parties. For
a 50c express money order or postal note
will send you five packs.
Ladies who use cosmetics or powders to
cover up or hide a bad complexion, do
not know that T. ;I. Thomas can furnish
them wita Blush 1 f Hoses, which is clear
as water, purifies the skin, and positively
removes black heads and all skin diseases
takes the shiny lo k from the face and
whitens it soon as. applied.
What He II n tn Abmi th. Keek
I-lann'H Komhivetiern Kx.tei,Hi,,n
Oth.r Rnl.roud Xewt.
The fact that Chicago ia assurtdofa
new wutkt to the souibwestbj wavofthe
Rock Island road is exciting great inter
est in commercial circles not only in that
city but in New Ymk, where the man
euvers of the road are stated in adispa ch
to have been the most interesting topic
on VVnll street when ihey come to ligttt.
Tne R ick I.-Jmd system tow exiec.ds
southward hair way through the Iudiin
territory. The Missouri, Kansas &
Texas tx euds its line close tt ih norib
erti limit of Texas, and the Gulf road
ruos in close pn ximity tc it. The Roek
l-ilaud, by coi.nec.ting with these two
lines, can run its cars dirtct from Cht
c go to the southwest and to the Gulf of
The president of the Rock Islend, when
questioned about the plans of the road,
replied: "It is not conect to siy that
the Rock Island will be built lo Fort
"But the rotd is to be txtf nded?"
' Oh, yes; but for us Fort Wor h is not
the objeetive point. We will run south
ward merely far enough 10 make con
nections." "To what point will you go?"
"Ti;at has not es yet been determined
Olt extension will be Jroin 120 to 13J
niil8 in length, from our present termin
us in the Iudian territory, thr.ugli the
territory and 20 miles or so into Ttxas, to
some point or to some two points where
connections with the two railroads can be
"Is il true that the move is due in any
manner to an endeavor of the Stanil ird
Oil millionaires to recover loses made
through investments tney went into on
the strength of Ja Gou'd's advice?''
' There is nothing in that story."
Notwithstanding this denial by Mr.
Cable, the belief is general that the Rock
efeller Bros, are at the back of the moye,
which will be of ii.ca'cuUble importance
to the Missouri, K'tnsss & T x is railroad.
It is well known that the Roekeiel'ers
hnve tak' n a deep interest in the hffairs
of tiie Ruck Island a. d Lave iavesw d in
its stock, though they are still far from be
ing in control
CABOOSE ( HAT.
Supt. II B. Sudlow, of the R., 1 &
P , went to Chicago this morUng on
Brakemen Davis, Cmaan and Grannis,
of the St Louis division of theC, B. &
Q., are all laid up with the grip.
No. 2. going east on the C , R I. &
P., was an hour late this mort ing on ac
count a t waiting for e-Donections in the
Through freight business on the C, B.
& Q is booming the trait men, are all
kepi busy handling the ice business from
J. L. Thorn, superintendent of bridges
and carpenter work on the C , B. & Q.,
as in ihe city yesterday making ar
rangements for interior improvements
which will shortly be made in the com
pany's depot here.
During the blockade of bridge traffic
the C, B. & Q transfer is being made
between Moline ar d Dnvenport instead of
Divenport and this city the teaming be
ing done across Rock Island arsenal. J.
M. Cutter, of the "Oj." office here.isas
sisting in the billing at Moline during the
The ice harvest his now begun in dead
earnest Good, solid 13 to 1G inch ice
can be had in abundance, and those who
want ice that can be easily handled are
harvesting their rrp now. !
The firm of Weinburger & lli!d':brandt
are cutting in the slough, just above the
bridge, and are tilbng Raible & Stengel's
and a number of other houses. The ice
is about 13 inches thick, and Ra:.b!e &
StengiTs houses will hold about 2,000
The Moline Ic company iscjtticgin
the slough opposite Sinne'.t's addition,
where some 14-inch ice is being tnken
out. a purl of which is being packed for
I. Ilubcr will commence cuttirg in
about a week, as he prefers to wait for a
lit'Ie better ice.
The Twin City Ioe company, which has
extensive hou -es near the river at Water
town, will begin to fill in about a week,
or as soon as some machinery arrives
which they will use in runuing the ice up
into the bouses.
Knew Itiaek Hawk.
Mrs. Eberle, an Indian woman who
lives in East Dubuque, says that she
knew Black Hawk. Bhe was captured
when a child after the battle of Bad Axe,
where Black Hawk and his band were
nearly exterminated. She was adopted
by a man named Jordan, who ran a ferry
boat from vhat is now East Dubuque to
Dubuque. Mrs. Jordan died a few years
ago aged 111 years. Mrs. Eberle mar
ried a German farmer living near East
Dubuque, and raised a krgc family of
children, some of wLcm are living in
East Dabuque now. Mrs. Eberle, who
survives her husband, ia TO years o' age,
but is tall and elect, with hair nearly as
black as ever. She has a distinct remem
brance of Black Hawk, and ttectrete
took of the women and children of hie
band when going to battle.
Ad.v-rut.-d ijt No. S
Lc'ters not delivered at Rock Island postoffice
Jan 15. 1MW:
B mum Warp P 3 I.oane Allie n
Brown Ada Mies Mandell e,e irge 3
Byient Win lii-nasen L Misa
arr Miotie L Miss I'arker George
lve Mr Pusiman John
Kav Frnnces Mrs Plnkley Minnie Mrs
Unniuss I-red Feeves V ao V
Ltbaune Leon Smith J I,
Wynn Kntie Mii-s
TIIIUD CLA- MATTSR.
eiiueo i u-n Mrs
HOWARD WEl.LS, P. M.
If you are offered a bottle of Salvation
Oi), without wrapper, or mutilated or
defneed, don't buy it at any price, you
may be Mire that there is sortethins
wrong; it may be a worthless or danser
our counterfeit. Insist upon getting a
perfect, unbroken, genuine pacfea"e, in
a yellow wrapper.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest chirms a woman can possasb
Po7.zoni'8 Complexion powder gives it.
The favorable impression produce I on
the first appearance of the agreeable li-q-iid
fruit remedy Syrup of Fia a few
years ago has been more than confirmed
by the pleasant experience of all who
have ued it, and the success of the pro
prietors and manufacturers of the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup company.
Barn Wire Cnta
are, without doubt, the most painful and
the worst looking cuts or bruises an ani
mal receives A man is not wise or
ihouahtful who does not have a bi ttle oi
Kru; e's Gi-rman Oil. It is tho grea:
German woi.der f ir barb wire or an
other kind of cuts ard bruises. Onlv
25. nd good for ia n or beast. liar;:
Cubt b Cough Cure One minute.
J- E. Montrose, Mi
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 15-16.
The Pejchulogical Kni'n.a,
Ali'otutely W'll'unt Parali.
1 no p 50. 3". anl S-Vc Sa'eot eal bi
ll at llarpv-r hou-c pharmaty
The WorM Kiiir.ent TCoilir
uf L'liuitercJ Th in.-tits in a
of n s
CtirUIse a;i FMiiniHig Tcwsri.
i. EsvLii:cs :? isrs.Li:Es:i
Never 15 fori: l. ve up rl.
Perilled by 111 my lii-iiirutioaiil
A .viysTErtT as Me n t Ilia-
-i-:i.r as, t. You.
Tin; Eq.ii ib. ium of rie Scien
I'li." ixor1! ip; arbid -prit-uitli.t.
in tin' da k A couin esc
xtiernivhn:etitbf skip itiMa.
Burtis Opera House,
n i vrvpn
SATURDAY, JAN. 16.
THE KASHIOVXBLK EVENT.
ARVIVAt, OK MAGIC
LOW o" Kl TI1 !
FK AS T OF M VaTEHY !
An K'aborste Trugran me of i!yijc Novelties.
Prices' SI. 7.". 50 ind iVo. No i-t r .hT-.-n (...
re-erved rentH. tii U can be secured aL I'lliL-..--
C'Qriuiu ries lit .-no.
a J. E. Montrose, Miiii-'er.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20.
E. W. VARNEY, JR'S
Or-;it I'll; ! reduction.
the Actor of the l:i,
Affi-ti 1 by Suitable I'l iTi rs. Novel Meclianicsl
hrTc h ii.c.'u llii-' a Terrifl : Co!II-:on in Mui
Oe.t'an hj two of tile iarrt sl and erund
est Etcam-lups tii-r preeeiited
on ib? Bta'e.
A Lovely ria The Greedii-st Satisfied .
Pi iees 1. 75. SO are 2Tj. sct on sale at n.,r.
per houc pl;armacy Jan. J8.
1 6 C 6S
to nelei-t 'roru. WLy pa 40 eents
to Sl.On fur whieu you can
;et lor 10 cents a'.
C. C. TAYLOR,
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
k Voiv"r v r3 - t t c fe s jif fi.v-r3i.ss:4 J
Tinware And HoueK Furnishing Goods.
1612 SECOND AVENUE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Type Writer Supplies.
Picture Frsming a Specialty.
Special prices this week on
Baby Mclv e. )
Tom and Marian -and
1705 Second Avenue.
The Fair '
We will this week crier
values in fine toilet soaps.
S'erlir.g Ta- Soap
Turkish Bub 3c
Uncle Cbri, an extra large cake finely
pert imp.1 5e
Baby M(K?c Pencil Tablet. iz s z :,
Flora " r,c
Tom and Mariah " 5c "
Double Slates 12c, 17:
Slate and Lead Pencils.
1703 Second Aven ie.
GEORGE II. 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, ROCKJSLAD.
1717 Second Avenue.
We predict the universal use of
Dr. IcKai's Celebrated Congli Syrup
for "La Grippe," all coughs, colds, croup, and
all affections of the throat, lungs and bron
Us sale has more than doubled each year since
its introduction, and the year 1891 stands out
as the banner year of its existence.
iMade and sold at 10c and 2c per bottle bv
T. H. THOMAS,
r:uM 5 jj jiscs'.'i.u
nf66! R2 FC2 a&TlS MK.CaKATICHAaiwa0.a.EOWA83S.s OXlLlXil
For CHOICE MEATS Go to . .
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders prom;itly fi''ed TeL-phone N-. 1103. 17KJ Third Ave.
SEIVERS & ANDEESON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
Geoeral Jobbing done on ebort cotlce and aii.'acUoo fnar-Dtcl.
Offio and Shon 1412 Fourth Avsaae, ROCK ISLAND.