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THE ABGUB. TUESDAY. JAN 0 Alt Y 2(5. 1892.
j. X. BEARPSLEY,
L.jvitv AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
??. 7- .rnn Avenue.
,orl n . '
JU KSOJi & HUKST,
-,uicfys LAW. Office 1n Kock Island
r0"snk Building, Rncklsland, 111.
''""JutEVEY & WALKER,
.pVKyM AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
TT'RB".,- Kioak. Rock Island. 111.
in dito"- --
"hTfMRY & McESlRY,
.' AT LAW Loin money on cood
";",ke collections. Reference. Mitch-
the "daily arkcs.
)K ais r- 5.? '
d. Five cents per copy.
J, F. HYSES, K. D.,
, , . of 1 :!! of women.
t, . l i: . Second Ave. Krck Island.
.',r v!r..iirt Ave. anil Fifteenth itreet.
.. . i is a. in. snd 8 to 5 p. m.
" ' T.'ei'lmne No. ISM.
DR, J, E. HAWTHORNE,
T..fi .vrto'ed without pain by the 'new
jy-. ()T..'e over Dun's,
' v Hi'.T Second avenne. Rock Island.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
r ii- n i npcrlntenlencc for all class of
U T. ; tr.'l "1, Mit.lie I Lynde building
IRS, BICKEL & SCHOEMAKER
liu-he:: & Lyntk's Block. Rooms 29-81.
R. M. PEARCE,
K c "i in M-'chell I.yndc'6 newjblock.
brilliant array of holiday
Rich Fancy Goods,
Ahl a bwilder'og array of
flioice Norelties for
Christmas and New Years,
Purine the past three mouths
11 CRAMPTON & CO.
Tie Rock Island Booksellers,
FIa7- b-vu getting ready for the
b:rJ.s: trad ever done
In their store.
ALL KINDS OF-
Ca-i. Ire a Work
A ccla!:' or furnishing al fctttds
'' vov,:i with Castings at 8 oeota
A MACHINE SEOP
' !'n added where all kinds of machine
worU wi!! ho done Srsr-clasg.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
kcivc Your Orders for
K'.i-von'.h "treet nd Tenth.avcnne.
T -r::nr.c No. iza.
H. F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
r,-t cl.is wora and H?cial attention to
Telephone No. 1214
R O F. Dl EFr EN BACH'S
SURE CUR; for SEMKiAL. NERVOUS
"' URIHAIV7 TROUBLES I" YOUNS.
HID0IS-Ali;O OLD WEN. HU
STfiMti'H inrnieiTiniL an UNCFA
TAINT CD UlSAsPOIMTMlNT.but pl.
li-.lv r.lH-T. wor.t cases In Iwin.
"""Vat trial Ljrrsm,,,..,.,,. Clrrol.r frms.
5m.,, t . THE PERU DKUC CO..
Th AntnM... VnivrrMtty Aflsoria
tlon t'onrludra to Talis thrt Hall
Trri Krwolattona Commending 1 he
Kork Inland Improvement Assorla
tlon. The anoouaced meeting of the Angns
tana University bsboc ation was beld at
Augustan College I ist night. Nearly
all the resident members were present.
Or. J. W. Stewart and It. Crampton of
Kock Island, were j resent with hearty
support and encouragsment. The man
ager, C. A. Rosander. gave a very en
couraging report, stating that the citi-
z ns of Rock Island and Moline were foN
lowing with eager interest the noble
work undertaken by the association.
Many hud already rianifested this by
liberally subscribing and joining as mem
hers. They were wil ing to support the
movement and share the honors ofsuc
ctssful results. Mr. Eosinder muved that
the boat d of trustees I e instructed to buy
the property on whict the association al
ready had an option, and close the deal
wituH. P. Hull. Tais was candidly dis
cussed, and when the question was put to
yote not a voice to the contrary was beard,
bat a finally loud hpplause broke the
silence. The manager a'si moved that a
vote of thanks be extended to all who
had in any way prompted the work cf
the association, and the following refo
lution was adopted:
Whereas, The Cit zens' Improvement
association of our c ty has expressed its
appreciition of our institution, and mini
fested ereat intersst in its growth and
future development, and whereas, said
association has indorsed the AagusUn
University assocititi n ani pledged its
hearty cooperation in our work; there
fore be it
Rfcso'.ved, That we, by a vote of thanks,
express our sincere gratitude to said as
snciation. and p'vdge ourselves to mike
every endeavor t merit its entire confi
dence and suppo-t..
Eight new members had been received
yesterday and x last Saturday. Mr.
Crampton and others doubled the sum
they had already subscribed.
A. Q. Anderson, the manager of the
Boob: Concarn, w is also at the meeting
and felt much i.Vcrist in the work un
dertaken. He lives in Rock Island near
the very boundary line, and he certainly
does not want the I'.eok Concern moved
to Chicago and bis social and religious
connections severed. Now tbe step hss
been taken and the association has
thereby proved that its worthy of sup
port, and down for earnest work to the
advancement and improvement of our
Voung Mothers :
THE PUHL1C LIBRARY.
Regular Monthly nertine of the !
rertor I.a.t Evening Bnlne
. The regular mr nthly meeting of the
Rack Island public library board occurred
lst evening, T-c-si lent Southwell. F. C
Denkmann, Ti.- -naj Smart, Walter John
son and J. W. Welth being present. On
motion the commit ee oa periodicals was
authcrizad to subferibe for the British
American Citizen. The committee ap
pointed to furuis: ohairs reported having
purchased two dozen chairs at $22 per
dozen with the privilege of purchasing
more at the same figure, and recom
mend the purchase of additional chairs,
The report v-'as received and
the committee was continued with
pnwetr to act, and were al.-o au
thorized to purchase mats for
the rooms and have lettering put on the
The following bills wtre pr center,
approved, and 01. motion allowed, and
orders directtd to be drawn for the
Rock Island G is comDiny, $1.23;
Stewart & Montgo nerv. ?2 30; R. Cramp
ton, $2.45; A. C. McClurg & Co..
$22 09; S. May, 63 cents; expense, 117.55.
Considerable tin e was taken up in dis
cussing different subjects pertaining to
the new rooms, an 1 on motion, the peri
iodical committer was authoriz d to
purchasj The Librarv Journal and
World's Columb nn Exposition, and
President Southwell authorized to put a
railing around lh librarian's desk, after
which tbe board adjourned .
Call on E. B. M ;Kown for hard wood
and soft col!. Ttlcpbone 1,193.
Hot coffee, chocolate or a good cup of
tea at Erell & Ma t's anytime.
Get a cup of c )ffee with cream and a
slice of cream pic or a sandwich for your
luncheon. Every cup of coffee is made
to order in a moment. No watting and
you get the best nt Kreil & Math's new
Notice Send your friends to Erell &
Math's for a dish ef oysters, cup of cof
fee, cup of chocolite, cup of tea, with a
slice of cream pie or a cream puff, or a
chocolate eclaire. or a sandwich. We
will give you the oest. Remember us.
Bare Wire Cnta
are. without doubt, the most painful and
the worst looking cnts or bruises an ani
mal receives. A man is not wise or
thoughtful who does not have a bottle of
Kruuse's German Oil- It is the great
German wonder for barb wire or any
other kind of cuts and bruises. Only
25c and good for man or beast. Hartz
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
Mr. Frank Davis, 157 W. Balto stree
Baltimore, Md., writes: Having exper
ienced great pain from a severe stiff neck,
I tried Salvation Oil. which I am thank
f ul to say gave m: instant relief.
We Offer Tew Remedy
which Xnmurea Safety to
Life of Mother and Chita.
" MOTHER'S FRIEND"
Bob Confinement of its
Paint Horror and HUk.
Aftnruslngonebottloof Mother Friend" 1
uttered but little pain, and didnotexperlenoe that
weaknew afterward usual In such cases. Mrs.
Axsul Qioa, Lamar, Ho., Jan. 13th, last.
Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt of
prtoe, 91.90 per boule. Book to Mother, mailed tree.
BBADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
SOLD BY ALI. URDOOW"
bOLTJ lY H&RTZ & B&HNSEN.
is and will ever be tbe
Rnnt. Tnflnon7a. T?nokftehe.
Pnina in tha Riflo. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c
Before yon need to bny, cotain
rrrRFP riF CHARGED
1 VI. Wlc "rimatji TT.oltVi.''tnH-Ti
endorsemeau 01 prominent pujaHiiHug.
. n n B R
NEW TgRn.yf, f
Prize Medals Awarded!
Unropemn Houeeei End ol Pt ad t, London,
VaunkHM f nnatai n. Lai nnln
50 Cents a bottle, For Sale by
j rid o:!icr tlrurjiso.
urtis Opera House,
Wednesday, Thursday,Jan. 27-28
The popular favorite,
J- C. STEWART,
Supported by his aplvndld company ol
COMEDIANS, SING BRS AND DANCERS.
In the criminal highly encceesful corned'-,
Bib Fat Men's CI
GUARANTEED GREATER THAN EVER.
Be rtof all.
Friees $1, T5, 50 and 25. Srrtu on sale Mon
day, Jan. So at Fluke's. Telephone No. xo.
, every erenlnc lor 1414c per week.
MONEY TO LOAN On chattel mort(ra(reg,
watches, diamonds. Jewelry, and all articles
of value. J. W. Jones. 1614 Second avenue.
TjTANTED Boarders at 8ii6 Nineteenth street.
WANTED A few rood salesmen to take orders
for a fall line of frnit and ornamental trees,
small fruits, rnos, shrubs, etc. No experience
necessnrv. Rcfprenrns required. GOOD PAY
AdiireisH. P. FREEMAN A CO., Rochester.
WANTED- GENERM, STATE AGENT to
open beadqrmrccri in some principal citv, as
sume excitiMvt! control of our businet-s and ap
point local and sub-aceiits in every city in thi
State; goods In nntversal dcmtind, and i ay a net
profit of SO to loo per cent. THE UNION COH
t AN Y, 714 Broadway, New York.
Active workers everywhere for ' S!1E1'I"S
I'HOTf 'GH A"H of the WORI.L"; produced
at an ontlay of $100,000; tremendous success; Mr.
J. M.Marsha 1, liexter. lml , e ared $." in 4
davs; Kcv. Il nrv Kisher, plainflel i. Mass.,
in 6 hnnrs; Mi-iB H. H. Barns, Garfield. Pt-nn ,
$14 in thirty minutes. Tliu erea'cst hook ou
earth. Mammoth illustrated circulars and terms
free. Hooks on credit. I'reielit piid. Heuutiful
outfit only SI. Adiire.s, (;lobe Itilile Publi-hlii"
Co . '.Of. Cht stnut s'reet, Phil le Ipbia, Pa.
Best Line of
CARPETS AND FURNITURE
And the largest and beat line of
IN THE THREE CITIES.
G. O. HUCZSTAEDT,
1809 and 1811 Second Ave.
Jotice of Dissolution.
The co-partnership hcratofote existing be
tween J. B. eax. M V. Rice aad H. Leveen under
the firm name of J. B. hax A Co., has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent.
The bn.ineas will be continued by J. B. Sax
and M. C. Rice under the firm name of Sax A
Rice, who will take charge of all assets ana as
sume all debts ana liabilities of said lata firm, and
have the right to co'.lect and receipt for all bill,
Rock Island. Jan. 55, ISO J.
1 B. SAX,
M. C. HICK.
. H. LEVEES.
That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth !
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gents Furnish
ing Goods has to be sacrificed regardless
of cost, as we will positively
QUIT THE CLOTHING BUSINESS.
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
PEC 8 A L.
Don't fail to see them.
Our new line of
Patent Leather Shoes
In Lace and Congress for gentle
CARSE & 00.
1622 Second Avenue
J. T. DIXOJNT
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
ean.7 7rt Hi i c
I ml wirt - r tmliiant transnannvT u the skin. R-
I inftTt's all iiirinU". f rkH uid tiir-rolormtions. Foff
r salt- by ) liotclM" dnttrtrfts. or juaiied for 60 ctl.
j' -y je fcrana on.
no -a u&-r. -
"lw.FAFin Asvnxntvo Btmto 10 6pruco
t treet). wbere aava
t hum sontrMta tnay
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