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THB ABGUa THURSDAY. FEURUAHY 4, 1892
llt tho method nnd results when
,nm rf 1 i :s lasen; 11 is pleasant
jd refris f, and acts
I niid !'-V"cls, cleanses the svs-
I. m c;. .'fjiiilv, dispels colds, head-
.je5 a ul levi'i-3 miu curea toabitual
iKfiiiancn. rvnip ol l'3 13 tlie
njv ren!-,t!;" ifs blnil ever pro-
.;0,1, jli':i-iR!j to tno taste and ac-
,,.-.ta!'io t' the sromaon, prompt m
i jSi'iion mil iriur Denencini m its
jf-ffft!. j'ivp:irel only from the most
In thv n'i'i airreeaido EUDBiances, us
Iranv "exct'lleut qualities commend it
'l 1 .,.l linrrA i o '1 r. C li vnni
I tO fill ilM'l JUltC limits ill Uig UlKJZni
-vjmtlar remedy known.
' jJvnin of Firs is for sale in 50c
and 81 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
rv not have it on hucd will pro-
I ure it promptly for any one who
wi.-hes to try it. Do Dot accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
jV fRANCISCO. CAL.
IWWi-'i- NEW VJHr V
J. E. KEIDY.
T. 15. liKIDY.
&... h mature p'orerty on rommi
k. '!; nJ '1 ii:'P'rtuii'tVi for hivveiure. home
I .! 'jr iin f"r partiun dciilt c mfortab'e
,w n'a- 'iuih V prices and !oi g lime to mit
Fire Insurance a Specialty.
1803 Second Avenue, over
HoDpe's Tailor Shop
Subscribe for Stock
In tliH Second serifs of the
Home Building and Loan A sso-
oiation, of Kock Island.
A sufi-r ntirl liptttr 5nTtstTiniTir
than Government Bonds, "be
catl'ie tbf lotns arc mnftv rmlv
upon established values and it
pays mw than three times as
miK'h iiitf-ref-t besides tbe
amonm invented and the profit?
ran W withdrawn at any time.
Money loaned at lowest rats.
IS. A. DONALDSON, gi cretary.
"f'ici. Itonme 3. 4. 5 nl 6 Maannlc Temple,
1 (1 Trr.ril
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Best Line cf
CARPETS AND FURNITURE
Ami 11, e lar;;t hiiJ best line of
IN THE THREE CITIES.
G. O. HTTnTTST ATTTVT
1809 and 1811 Second Ave.
G. II. LOOSLKY,
Crockvry, ula.,, diin i and Tabic Cutler
- .1 ti
Ffrst Meeting of the Progressive
Body in Its New Kooms.
A vmbproriv Htmliers Admitted
TonlKhO Banqnei-CbII or I he
t'ommittrrn in 1' tin rare.
The Rock island Citiz :ns' Improve
ment asscciation held its iirst meeting in
its new rooms on the first floor of Mitch
ell & Lynde'a biuldiDp.ndj lining ths pub
lic library rooms, at 8 o'clock last eve
ning, pursuant to the c ill of President
Jackson. A email amount of routine
business was transacted tnd tbe follow
irg new members proposed and admitted
by unanimous vote: S. J Keator, T. II.
Thomas, L. C. Blsnding, C A. Rose, Dr.
C. C. Carter, Carl He lpenstell, John
Looney, C. J. Lorkin and Aaron Ander
Bun. The committee on arrangements for to
night's dinner to be given by the associa
tion in commemoration of the completion
of tbe Rock Island viaduct and in honor
of the officers of Rock Isl .nd arsenal, the
Business associations cf X. oline and Dav
enport and others met simultaneously at
the Harper and was joined later by a num
ber of members of the association. The
committee completed details for tonight's
event and requested that all committees
meet at the Harper at 7::!0 this eveniDg
tbe guests being expected at 8 o'clock:
Arrangements John C.'ubaugh, C. W.
Durham, T. J. Medill, Jr.. S. S. Davis,
U P. Simpson, Howard Wells, Dr. W.
A. Paul, E. H. Guyer.
Invitations Howard Wells, Walter
Johnson, E O. Frazer, Dr. G. G. Craig.
Toasts William Jackson.
Decorations G B.Stauduhar. J. H.
Southwell. C. C. Hodges, 8. S. Davis.
Reception Henry Can. A.M.Blafaex
ley, D. Don, W. S. Knowlton, L. E,
West. R. Crampton, A. C. Dart, P. L
Mitchell, T. J. Robinscn, John Peelz,
Frederick Haas. W. H. Jtdge. J. Jesper
Ron, H. W. Dusinberre, C. F. Lynde, M.
E Sweeney, Oliver Olsin, Dr. G. G.
Craig, S. W. Searle, J. P. Weyerhaeuser,
J. M. Bufcrd. E. E. Parmenter, F. C.
Denkmann, Dr C. TruesJale, Rev.W.S.
Marquis atid C.L Walker.
Music D. R. Bowlby, H. D. Folsom,
Finance John Crubaugb, Howard
Wells, E. G. Frazer.
lAPA HAD THEM PAT.
The Vonns Couple Who Eloped From
enr bo to Cable to be Married. But
the ovei nor Calls ihe Tarn.
The elopement from Stars, mention of
which was made in last right's A nous as
crealiDg considt rable of a sensation in
that usually quiet hamlet was occasioned
by James Crosby and Miss Anna Koeste-
aged 16. taking it into th :ir beads to t '
married despite the objections of an irate
pm-nt. The cr.uple left on Tuesday
eveoincr, the girl getting out of the house
while her stern parent was conversing
with a neighbor whom the father of the
girl now charges as beini a party to the
scheme. They came to this city at once
and stayed here ov.r night taking
tie 1) o'clock train yesterday morning
fi.r Cable. The would-be groom
had', si nt to All do, the county seat of
Mercer county, for a runrriage license a
couple of dhysfprevious, so that it would
be there in time, but for Home reason "the
letter that they lorged for never came."
Yesterday morning the aforesaid parent
knowing that the young man's parents
lived at Cable, concluded that tbey had
gone there to be married, and according
ly telegraphed the village marshal to pre
vent the consummation of the event. But
the licensedidn't come, and the morning
train from Cable brought back the ro
mmtic pair tnd they have both gone to
t ieir respective homes, end the marriage
wi.l probably be consummated at some fu
ture time in such a manner as to include
Hillsdale, Feb. 3 Mrs. Longford,
wife of our railroad agent has arrived.
Tbey occupy the G. Sarins house.
Meeting Saturday to determine wheth
er we will have stock company to build
a Bep'-rator, or whether it is better for
private parties to build it.
Pearsall shipped two cars of bogs to
Chicago Friday. Jame Mills, our post
master, accompanied them, and returned
Ora Johnson returned borne last week
from Springfield where he taa been visit
inu several weeks, witnessing a fox chase
and a great many old at le log houses.
C C. Dillen has purchased tbe A.
C. Stieppard farm and is moving on it
this week, making several improvements
and otherwise beautifying the place.
The jury in the esse of Hunter vs.
Stewart returned a ver lict of $2,100 for
the plaintiff, but a number of other find
ings in the verdict will tiake it somewhat
The suit of Mrs. Mlnrie Geppert vs. J.
Huber for $3,000 damages for tbe death
of ber husband, who was killed in the
brewery last spring, is now in bearing.
8earle & Searle and A. P. McGuirk, of
Dsyenport represent the plaintiff and
J. L. Haas the defense.
'It is no scandal, nor aspersion, upon
a great and noble person" to say that he
is lost to all sense of the responsibility of
taking care of bis healtt , if he continues
to suffer with a cold, waen be knows one
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cc ugh Syrup, will
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder pro
duces a soft and beautiful skin; it com
bines every element of beauty and purity
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. JfiL'liUKS FKU31 THE KAIL.
Brier Mention of Happening: as
Gleaned From Many Mom res Kays
From the Headlight.
The "Midnight Bell" company came in
over the R. I. & P. yesterday with a
special coach and baggage car.
The Illinois Centralis pushing the work
of getting into Blue Island and expect to
have regular "rains running by March 1.
Conductor "Hank" Trow, of the C, R.
I. & P., who bad his hand injured a short
time ago by a brake flying off, went back
on his run again yesterday.
Tbe C. M. & St. P. has transferred to
the R. I. & P. here 130 cars of barley m
four days. It comes from Winona,
Miun., on its way south and speaks well
for the transfer business done here.
Trie C, R. I. & P. is laying new steel
on its third track from Chicago to Blue
Inland. It was first put down with old
iron but the wreck there a few days ago
has impressed upon them the fact that the
best is none too good for safety.
Andrew SLields, tbe welNknown C, R.
I. & P. engineer, left last night on an
txtended trip to San Antonio, Tex., and
other southern cities in tbe hope of im
proving his health. He was accompanied
by his brother Edward, who also formerly
ran an engine on the Rock Island.
Rumor has it that theC.R I. & P.
are after the right-of way for a fourth
track between Blue Island and Chicago,
and will extend another track from Blue
Island to Joliet; in order to make the
handling of trains less complicated.
It is understood upon good authority
that passenger trains Nos. 0 and 10
which formerly ran on tbe C, R. I & P.
between this city and Atlantic, Iowa, are
to be restored. They were taker off some
three years ago on account of a falling
off in business, but it is said that the
company now sees the necessity of putting
them on again and will do so in a short
The formal announcement of the
changes on the Burlington line, effective
February 1, are as follows: H. C. Orr to
be assistant general passenger agent vice
J. H. Palmer, and George B. Dunbar as
signed to other duties. R. J. Johnston to
be city ticket agent at Kansas City. W.
T. Artman to be traveling passenger
agent at Nashville, and C. H. Boardman
to be passenger agent at St. .Louis.
AlCadwell, the old time C, M. & St.
P. engineer, who for years pulled passen
ger runs between this city and Freeport,
is dead. "Cud," as be was familiarly
known among bis associates, was known
to almost everyone along the road, and
by his genial, warm hearted disposition
had won for himself hosts of friends who
will be pained at the news of his death.
The cause of his death was dropsy, from
which he had been suffering a number of
Sears. He was 52 years of age.
Tbe ingenious folding window ventila
tor in use on all Pullman enrs is to be ex
hibit" A"in a suit involving $200,000 com
menced in the United States court Tues
day against the Pullman Palacs Car com
pany, of Illinois, by the Detroit Car Win
dow Ventilator company . It is claimed
that the device is the invention of H. II.
Reynolds, formerly porter of George M.
Pullman's private car. Reynolds has re
ceived large sums from the Chicao.Bur
lingtoo & Qaincy road from royalties.
His invention received a medil at the ex
position of railway appliances in Chicago
several years ago.
Agent Holmes, of the C, M. & St. P.
for the past few days looked disconsolate
as he moved mechanically along the
street, and everyone noticed that there
was a change, soniething missing as it
were that altered bis whole appearance.
The cause for all this was the disappear
ance of Mr.IIolmes' Irish setter dog, which
"was ever at his side his pride and joy,"
and which has now been missing several
days. CsnductorTcm fuller, however,
yesterday brought joy and gladness to
the agent's aching heart by the news that
he had located the canine on a farm up
tbe road, and has promised to bring back
his bonnie to him at the earliest possible
date. Meanwhile the agent wtcies
"and with watching can but weep.''
Fail to do Our Duty.
Everybody has at times failed , to do
their duty toward themselves. Hun
dreds of lady readers suffer from sick
headache, nervousness, sleeplesness and
female troubles. Let them follow the
example ot Mrs. H. Herbechter, Stevens
Point, Wis,, who for five years suffered
greatly from neryous prostration and
sleeplessness, tried physicians and differ
ent medicines without success. But one
bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine caused sound
sleep every night and she is feeling like a
new person. Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler,
Laramie City, Wyoming, who tried all
other remedies, declares that after three
weeks' use of tbe Nervine for headache,
nervous rrostration, etc., she was en
tirely relieved. Sold by Hartz & Eahn
sen. Trial bottle free.
To Young- Motaerr,
who are for tne first time to undergo
woman's severest trial, we offer you, not
the stupor caused by chloroform, with
rick of death for yourself or your dearly
loved and longed-for offspring, but
"Mother's Friend." a remedy weich will,
if used as directed, invariably alleviate
the pains, horrors and risks of labor, and
often entirely do away with them. Sold
by Hartz & Bahnsen .
"Listed," as the brokers sv. at "100
Doses One Dollar," Hood's Sarsaparilla
is always a fair equivalent for tbe price.
.every 1Uo snouia stand, on its own
oottom." That is where Krause's Ger
man o.l stands. It makeB no compar
isons with other preparations of a sim
ilar nature, but broadly claims as an ex
ternal application it bas n supnrior.
For sale by all druggists. Harlz & Bjhn
sen, wholesale agents.
Judge Henry Goldaboroueb, Baltimore,
Md., says: It pives me pleasure to
recommend Salvation Oil to any one euf
fering from rheumatic or other ptiins.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
FHIDAY, FEB. 5.
A LAUGHING- EVENT!
Tfcc Popular Eccentric Comedian,
In bia Musical Pantomime Ctomeily,
A Pair of Kids.
The Laughiii" Ls Grippe
and Contagions Influenza ot Fan!
THE LATEST EiS.
Seven'h fcason ofpnecess of thia funnie9t
of plaj g.
Trices S.1, si and 75c. Keerv"d seats on sole
at Harper house pharmacy Feb. 3.
Burtis Opera House,
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 8-9.
(rand Fa ry Spectacular,
A play to please the Indies and children.
Price $1 75, SO and 2 . Setts oisae Friday
at 8 o'clock at Fluke's. Telephone No. 20.
lkki L. Flint.
Tlic Most Powerful
rf the aire, creating n: ore fun than any
Minstrel, Circus or Comeiy Co.
An entertiimneai for :;ies and children.
On Friday evening, Feb 3, l.ijjes will be ad
mllted FREE, uen axom.'anifd Ly a raid re
1 rlecB 3 arid .Ti cents.
New York Symphony Club.
Mile. Enrichtta E lic. Prima Donua Soprano;
Misa Acnes Flonan. Dramatic Coutialio; H.
Cornelius. Clarinet So'olst: ehas. F. llie!.'in.
Violin Yirtuueo, and hudoljih von Scarpa, Piano
This brilliant or animation will give one of their
Grand Concerts in this city at tbe
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
Friday Evenlrg, Pet. 5.
to select from. Why pay 40 centa
to $1 -Oil for which yon can
get for 10 cents at
C, C. TAYLOR,
KIT Second Avenue.
Tinware And Housk
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
We begin to take stock, and in order to reduce
it we will this week make BIG CUTS.
From all purchases of $1 and
over we will deduct
Come now and save money.
1703 and 1705 Second avenue.
We predict the universal use of
Dr. McKann's GeleW Cough Syrup
for "La Grippe," all coughs, colds, croup, and
all affections of the throat, ilungs 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,
We cannot reach all, but hope to reach you by this
UNDERHILL & GLASS,
If you are hungry give ns a call at 1811 Second avenue,
next door eaet of Loosley'a crockery store.
A fresh line of tobacco and cigars always on hand.
V. M. BLADING'S
Head of Twenty-fifth Street
- BETWEEN -
Thirteenth and Fifteenth Avenues.
A Bare Chance For Bargains in City Lots.
Eligible, Desirable and Cheap.
Only One Mile from the City Postoffice.
Easy Terms and Long Time.
tSgPEnquire at the Rock Island Savings Bank.
J. M. BUFORD.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
In this department we will di-count jour pjr
Bibles 10 per cent
Albums 25 per cent
Stationery 20 per cer.t
Blank Books 15 Der cert
Juveniles 40 per cent
Etchings. Engravings .. iM per cert
Picture Frames, Cabinet.. .25 per ceet
Picture Frames, to order. 10 per cent i
Telephone No. 1216
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