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THE ABGUS. MONDAY. FEIJRUaKY 1, 18V2.
Wuh Kocdi trrricg At HcInUte
J. C. Ada.i rttcrsed to CiiX&;i Ett
2few giDgttoit, lezai flEteU. tic, t j
II. P- SWxMvl, of E'JifilgfOB. WM io
the ciij toitj.
Woo't !:tt f vyi ia rew tpricg ef
fct Mclfitire Dro'.
TViil Klcntr tu rtt-jrct-J frcm hit trip
wet 4 will rem:n btte ttrtumneni'.T-
Drirtc Bed bltsktts 5?c to lTenise
micg ol tte dtpdrtittiit t MtCtbe
II. E. Cii.efrl aal fE:.Sj krs now "it
heme" in ttesr nw reiMence on StTts
L'ojd t Stewart re moving their
ecDt ' f jrawL'ng itore to tbe;r new ka
A drie Tfcr bt; c-cafor SGc
piec while they Ut; tecotd fixr At
CnetHe turtvici Mclotire Bros'.
ke ifc:i!ly low prices on chtcHle
curtkio ttit week.
Mr. C. McConnt1.!, of Cberekee.Iow.
S rititicg with ter f ister, Mr. Wfilard
Biker, co Twentieth freet.
The question now it to whether or
a-t the JDury ttw bit incceeded in
breaking tie bck boce of winter. Hope
Mr. ftcd Mrs. R. It Cable spent Sua
d&y with J. M. Baford and wife on Sec
ond aTen'je, returning home at noon to
dar. Mistet Xewmwkett reduced, 4 year
:ze, 47 centi; 6-yeara, 62 centi; S year,
T7ntt, wtlie they last at McCabe
There w.li t a meeting of the Women'i
Christian Temperance anion at the Y.M.
C. A. building tomorrow afternoon at
The committee on arrngement for
the Yiadact banquet meeti tonight at the
rooms of the Kick Iiland Improvement
The oi l wave s;?r.al was oriertd up
by the weather service this morning icdi
eating a decline of 1 to 20 degrees in the
&xl 24 hours.
Miss Anna Prv;n, ho h been visit
eg w:;h fiitn'Js ia tte city tbe past few
dj. re'urned to hf r heme in Bardolph.
I.i .. on tar.ty .
Jba r-'pili'T, the conJract'jr andcar
t penttr. t.s rexovtJ his sbup to the old
Hiii f.o'e houre on Twelfth street and
"x2li; 'eoih avenye-
VThe f.vtrster of poor distributed dcr
ing the month of January : For roceries.
$23 4 j; for coal, M 40; for clothing.
iZ; total, 340.e5.
Inquiry it being ns&'Je ia the county
c wrt this afternoon into tae mental con
dition of Mrs l:zabeth Ilartmann of
Fred Ilan bw received from the C . B.
i Q. a check for $100, the remainder of
his personal expenses ia connection ith
.be Ilock Island viaduot.
The greatest crab of the reason, ia&t
received, 50 mii-res' and ladies' jtckets at
tl 62 and l.6S each on new second
floor at McCabe Bro.
Charles L'ddtrs has triven up bis posi
tion, as driver ot the A"nsrictn Etprejs
company's wagon, and has been suc
ceeded by V. Jannsen, of Milan.
The 4 2 -alarm sounded Saturday eve
ning was needless. A still il&rm was
sent in in consequence of a little blaze up
cn Twentieth street, but no box was
Jupiter and Venus make a brilliant
show in tbe western heavens these eve
ning". They are approaching each other.
and their conjunction will soon be a
Mrs Lee Grtbbe, the well known Dav
enportbair dresser, has removed her par-
bra from 123 Main street to 113 West
Second street, where she will be pleased
lo see all ber old customers.
Tbe reyival services continue from
sight to night at the First M. E. church
according to announcement. Tbe meet
ings have resulted in many conversions
and in great good to the church.
A petition is likely to be presented to
rhe city council tonight providing for tte
paving of Eighteenth 6treet from Third
avenue t Seventh avenue, and urging
lhat tbe improvement be made this year
Tomorrow bein the Feast of the
Purification there will be service and cel
ebration at Trinity church at 10 a. m
Rev. It. F. 8weet has entered uoon tbe
ninth year of bis rectorship of the par
E I. Leveen, formerly of tbe London
Clothing Company, and bis wife bade
their friends coodibye this morning and
left for tbe east where Mr. Leveen ex
Used ia Millions of Homes
pec's to r pretest a large wholesale hot le
oa tae roa i .
Hurrah' a coasisoment of ladies acd
mise jf ket received this 'morniaz at
McCabe Iro from Cleveland. Oai
Vii-ei i t a 12 la 1 jt.r. $1.62. iad'uc
VZ- 32 it 42, fl 6? each. Fall in lite
for first pi .k .
Tbefm of the Auzas'.ana College
University aasocittivia formsllv notified
II. P. Hull today !bs.t they woaMl accept
of b's terns for the pu'c'aase of his M'
lineaven: property, for a college cam
pus. It is ice of tbe best pieces cf prop
erty in the city for one cf tbe best par
fcmsil ti ns teritg tte words "cars
nop here." have been provided by Super
ictenitct ictnitger and be placed oa
tte cur is all the long blocks in the ciy
where stre t cr ps.sen2tr can heresfttr
wait witb t certainty cf setting en a car.
Tiiere are f ve or six seen places in the
city where -igut will be pUced.
It btj ns to look as if Rck Llaid
wou'd hart a club ia tbe IowaIiiiaois
league neit year tbe ccer tf the
league favoring Rxk Island in preference
to any ttb?r city hereabouts, and -will
bave a repp-tentative here to lock up the
matter !n a few days. It would be a
good plan -.o mace it a Twin city team
with ground a in connection with the ex
Rev. J. S. McIctjK, the eloquent
pastor of tie Fourteenth street M. E.
church at Davenport, died on Saturday
Bight, acd 45. Pneumonia tbe result of
tbe grip vras tbe cause of bis death. He
was prmin nt in tri-city Masonic cir
cles and Lis last appearance in Rock
Island was at tbe time of tbe Knights
Templar encampment at Black Hawk,
where he preached in the encampment.
Supt. Uni toon, f tbe Rock Island &
Milan road, s in receipt cf a letter from
President Louderback which stales that
the directory of the company has fully
approved the plans for the improvement
of Black Hawk tower including new
buildings, rei.rrangement of the ground-.
etc., and that ail will be made providire
only that cer a:n road changes are granted
acd concernii.g which there can be no
possible objection. The main building
will be called "Black Hawk Ion" and will
be a beau'iful structure, tbe description
ef which Las already beea given in The
The patrol wagon was summoned tc
tte corner of Twentieth tt-eet and Third
avenue this afternoon to take to the
armory a drurk which 0cer Glafs had
picked up in t pencer square.
A stronger with a bogus cheek for 525
tried to "do""oDas Es&r & Co. for that
amount this -corning, but they were a
triSe to smooth for him and notified tbe
police. Officer Kramer tagged bis job-
lots)sborliy after, and later he admitted
that he bad tried to work tbem, giving as
his reason that be was hard cp.
James Cuntingham. of Moline, who
touched a dimmy for an overcoat in
front of the American Clothine Com-
pan's s'.-e about a week ago, was
brought before Megistrte VTivill this
morning hnl held in bonds of ?230 to
await the sctioi of the grind jury.
The report of arrests msde during the
tr.on'b of January if appended:
Burglary. 3; drunk, 7; disorderly con
duct, 11; a'su:t and battery, 7; drunk
and disorderly, 2; obtaining money on
false pretence, 1; larceny, 1; malicious
mischief, 1; citr cases, 27; state. 6; total,
Fines and fees collected by U.C. VTivill.
Jail bill, 31 mealo. 0 20.
Tramps lodgd. 30.
Lights out, 316.
i-ath at Port Byron.
Pokt Btkox, 111.. Feb. 1. At 3 o'clock
this morning occurred the death of David
S. Uobarl. He was in usual health up to
about a week ngo when he was taken
with the erirpe. He was born in Boston,
Oct. 10. 1813, a:id came to Hillsboro, 111..
in ioo; was eaiior oi toe nrst paper
pnntea in Montgomery county, ill. He
was married tc Abbie F. Btinson. of
Boston. Mass . in 1841, and moved to
Port Byron in 1 853 He was first cu
pervisor of Pert Byron and chairman of
tbe board for the Erst three years. He
had been justice of the peace for about
years. Uis first wife, Abbie G Stin
son, died in 1815, leaving four cbillren
who are all llv ng: 8eth 8.. of Alton!
Mary I. Baker, cf Butte, Mont; Cbarks
L. and A. Lizzit, of this place. He was
married to Lydib Ricker. of Vermont, in
lf.)H, and his se ond wife survives him
lie will be burie 1 on Wednesday from bis
late residence. He was in tbe stove and
hardware business for 30 years, when be
turned it over to bis sn. C. L.
Mrs. Itaac Ho lister was buried y eater
day, aged 91.
I (em oval.
Dr. J. E. na'vtboroe. dentist, baa re
moyed to tbe ne'T Krell ik Math building,
Popularity called tbe king of medicines
Hoods barsapi.rilia. It conquers scrof
ula, salt rbeum aid all other blood dis
40 Years tie Standard.
A Dig ( buck of Vaterwi k I'oads
The Scraal latebtedam mr heX-
ipiB)itir niri ! fcr
The ci"y this momirg pi J nf $25. C 0
of Witerwcrks bts fc!cL f e ! dee.
Tte payment bad been prcviJe.1 for hen
the apcri 3!nett of p'iVic facds was
male by tbe city c-jjac';'. Ui sprier.
fVl.OObeicg deposited ia the linking
fund to iteet it. tr.i tbis his U da-e
drawn intete; SJerev.ini $1,475,
which sol only mike up tbe tie amoai t
cf tbe b"cis but leaves S473 & the iini
Tbe total monic'pal drbt is now f IS5 -f.X.t,
of wiich StTour.) is in funding
bond, d'je ia 1 SUT cd tbe r?msiader,
$21.f0 in w'.er(!rKS bond. bC'-imia2
due in 1& 1. t-o that notw:hatdice
tbe great public iosprtvescn-s Roci L
ard his entered in'o in tbe pt few
years, ia the muter of etr. e-s acd side
walks and the paid fire department, the
city of Rck Itltni is a n in a bad row of
There will be "more 3r paper" slickins
to the old "ha j seed" at Harper s thtat e
Friday evening on the occasion of the ap
pearance of "A Pair of Kids," and hew
the old countryman visits the great city
and unexpectedly finds himself rucning a
metropolitan- restaurant: the numerous
amusing situations be ges into acd out
of with q ial facility, will all be laugha
bly and srotesqaely set forth to tbe de
lighted audience. Mr. Kendall's comedy
is cf a kind that keeps an audience in a
continuous uprcar of laughter from tbe
time he stumbles upon the stage until tbe
curtain goes down on the last act. X
body who erjojs fun and p'enty of it
should miss the opportunity of seeing
what has been pronounced to be the fun
niest show cf the season. The mus c-al
features are all Be w and rendered ere-
cla'iy attractive by a company that cc met
The Memphis (Teaa.) Appeal Ava
lanche has the following to say of "P.x r
Jonathan." the great Csio surest.
which will be sung at tte Bartis opera
house on Tuesdiv. Feb. 2:
Mr.ioeket's ccme-.iy per, "PX(r Jon
atban.' ws pleasingly produced at tbe
Grand opera house last ciaht by tte Coo-
ried Opera company. The scenes ate
laid in New York c;ty. Monte Cirlo fnd
West Point. The plot is rather cmali-
cated, aid. of course, ratter improbable,
but it serves its purpose, upon which to
create an amusiag and musical comic op
era, depicting tbe trials and tribulation
of an American m llion aire. The cast s
strong and composed of clever people
who appear to advantage n their respec
The famous Symphony club, of Xew
York, will give one of its excellent con
certs at the F.rst Baptist church next
Tte New York Symphony club ap
peared at the opera bouhe last night under
the auspices of the . XI. C. A., to a
large, appreciative audience. To say the
concert was grand will but convey a faint
idea cf tbe impression they made. Each
individual performtr was bearnly en
cored. The Iatcllicencer, Wheeling. W.
A ItlMdjr Trail.
A bloody trail along Second avenue
this afternoon caused much comment as
to its cause. It has since been learned
that it came from the foot of a colored
man from the lower part of the city who
had cut his foot with an ax and ws
looking for a doctor to dress it.
Tbe man's name was George Johnson
and he resides on Sixth street. The in
lHred foot was dressed by Dr. Meyers and
it ia not thought by the doctor to be of
any serioui consequence.
Htepo t the Viadaer.
Mayor McCenochie and Lieut. Thomp
son beld a conference at the viaduct Sat
urday afternoon regarding tbe feasibility
of erecting sters at the Second avenue
crossing, and this it was decided to do,
tbe intention of Lieut. Tatnpjoa being
to put in spiral steps, starting on ,he west
side of tbe viaduct and reaching tbe top
about where tbe guard bouse is now situ
Fail to do Oar Duty.
Everybody has at times failed to do
tbtir duty toward themselves. Hun
dreds cf lady readers suffer from sick
headache, nervousness, sleeplesness and
female troubles. Let tbem follow the
example of Mrs. U. Herbechter, Stevens
foint, wis,, who for five years suffered
greatly from nervous prostration and
sleeplessness, tried physicians and diner
ent medicines without success. But one
bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine caused sound
sleep every nigbt and she is feeling like a
new person. Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler
Laramie City, Wyoming, who tried all
otber remedies, declares that after three
weeks' use of the Nervine for headache.
nervous frustration, etc, she was en
tirely relieved. Scld by Uartz & Bahn
sen. Trial bottle free.
Tou'v Ha Idea
How nicely Hood's Sarsaparilla bits tbe
needs of people who feel "all tired out"
or "run down," from any cause. It
seems to oil up tbe whole mechanism of
the body to that all moves smoothly and
work becomes a positive delicbu Be
sure to get Hood's.
Hood's pills net especially upon tbe
liver, rousing it from torpidity to its na
tnraldaties, cure constipation and assist
"Troth i mitbtv d will prevaiL
SUvatioD Oil U 'ra"-fu! a'tci. it krp
every ssromi-e. --t obt 25 nt
Is a eooeectratM extract ( EarMparCla,
TeHow Ixk. Piplewa, Jt2ci;er Berrv-s,
Mandrake. Ian4eIion. a&4 otber valuable
vsetabie rrfidiea, tTery faigrdi3t beir,g
srVn.'y pare, acd the Ltu of Its kind i; is
poMbie f bay.
It is prey irl hr thorm:g?Jy cc-taretentthar-fcartts.
in the mot eareful manner, ty
a fealiar Comt-jnaiioa, Prorortjn id
Process, pving to it toraUTe irer
It wGJ enre, when In the power of mediclDe,
Scrofula, Sait Ebenra, EKd Ptliung,
Cancerocs and all other Iluinor, Kalana,
I)rpepa- Ba.ttesi, Eick Headache.
Catarrh, Rbeumatssm, and all diScultles
with tbe Liver and KidnT.
It overcome That Tired Feeling, Creates an
Aprle, and fiTes great mectaJ, terre,
bodily, and digestive strength.
Hood's SvareapariHa Is sold by a3 drnrpt.
tl; sii for Si Prepared only ty C. L Hood
& Co.. Apothecaries, LowelL M.
J. B. If you decide to take Hc-cd's Sarsar v
rUia do be induced to buy any other.
No one rert ih. departure
of decrepit old '91. He served
Ms day or rather the 355 of
them and hi3 6acce65or will
be his superior. The old ie
gose, the. new is here. You
care nothing about the many
things we ha3 in stcck lasteum
mr; but now! -that's different.
Lifct-n and you can't help but
be interested. We have deter
mined to close out all onr over
coats, and have cut the prices
de-p into the cost. Boys' and
children's $3.50, 4 and f 5 coats
all go at $ 1 29. Boys' and chil
dren's G, J7 and $3 coats U 3S
Men's overcoats in proportion.
1728 Second Ave.
N. B. We are still selling
gloves at half price.
SOLVED THE PK0BLEM.
The inventor of the New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when be found
what a success be bad made of it, and tbe
above cut represents bis feelirgs Have
you examined these pianos? Do not
confound tbem with tbe old stenciled
make, but call and see tbe New Scale;
tbey are tbe finest in the land. We bave
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Oik. Bird's Eye Maple. Mahogany,
Satin. Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
tbe finest variety ever shown in tbe city
of Rock Island.
2. Soy Eowlfcy, 1723 Second JLvo.
sT.m j.W'awiw msBSk 1
V?e are receiving elegant
lines in wash goods and
Spring Dress Goods.
Woolen dress goods for
spring in great variety are
New colorings in chevrons
and other fabrics.
Rock Island. Illinois.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Furniture and Carpets
EM THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
cOCKET KXIVES and SCISSORS took the highest pi emium
for qaality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carvin:
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrouzhtlron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and evtry one
gaaranteed. Ihese are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in ani see how much I have to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tgland.
For CHOICE MEATS Go tc
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled.
WE HAVE THE FINEST
Bread, . Cakes, Pies and Buns
In the city. Also see our line of fresh fried Cakes, Cream
Pies and Cream PuffsT Angel Foods, etc., and many
other varieties too numerous to mention. We also pet
up the finest of Wedding and Party Cafces, and Oyster
Patties a specialty. Only the best of material usei in
tbe manufacturing of all these goods, and first-class
workmanship guaranteed. We deal largely in Wedding
Cake. Ornaments of all kinds,
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
o AND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classware and Wooden
MRS. C. MirsCH'3, 1314 Third Ave.
Tennis and 0;:t:-'r
and various cthri --;
Special offering :;r
We have just receive I a -".
consignment, and "r.;r.z rr.-----for
room will deduct lOr-r":
from price cf every pair s'ci:
week. Very pretty and
lower than yotx hare
quoted for as gooi q-alit-
Telephone N. 1103. 1700 TLir : Ae
MUNROE, DeRTJE & ANDERSON