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THE AEGU8. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 181)2.
Moved our stock .
M. U. AWjeity, Omaha; is in the city
e&'iin? on ffien Is.
For ta'ed hay, ttraw, corn or oats ro
V Ev ids & Cool.
Mrs. J. II. Wilson, ot Rural, is sojourn
ing at Coifs x, low.
County ClcrS KoLler is laid up at bis
ho re a in M"I:ne with th srri p.
A few of tins .$2.48 heavy winter
uits left a'. Sirtttn & Moeor.fdder'g.
A son was born to O to Sieli and wife
a Seventeenth istiect yesterday.
' Moved to our new store three doors
rest of McCaWs. L!id& Sie'Krt.
53 93 is the price; Simon & M.is; nftlder
will sell you a Muck woisted suit for.
See the display of the Bee Hiye.of Dav
enport, on anotbtr psgo of this issue.
Boys' suits 5S cents, 78 cents, $1 50
and Si 85. worth double,' at Simon &
Morr's RoseiQtld and wife left this
norning cn u few days' visit to friends iD
A son his yUddened the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Koch at the head of
$2.10 will buy a heavy winter over
eoat to fit any s zed mn at Simon &
Moved from 1806 Second avenue to
three doors west of McCabe's. Who?
Lloyd & S ewert.
The Loyal Temperance Legion meets
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
United P.esbyterian church.
Boys' and children's heavy suits sold
for nearly half value to make room for
spring clothing, at Simon & Moaenfeld
er's. I ;.
John McDarrth aDd w ife desire to ex
press their sincere thanks to all who so
kindly assisted during the illness andat
the death of their little son.
Louis Glorkhoff is haying the store
room formerly occupied by Lloyd t Stew
art rearrani;id for his Arcade cifir store,
and will concect his present et-.'iv with it
and U"e it as a bi!K.irl psr'or.
Lost An envelope containing three
tffi.livi s, of no value 1 1 aayice but the
loser, addressed to G :orge S . Lfinoo .
Findtjr leave at Union ojfcce.
Twin-City Typographical Ution 11)7
h is f elected (s d lejjt'cs to the Farmers'
Alliance r.nt iubr nifetine to be hill at
thj co m house lb. 1G C W Schlegel,
T.'.-iok S. McCoy atd J K Brands nburg.
M. Ar.iiiUl. of Dtvenyori. is L'oiing out
hi entire stock of goods Tor calf the price
It costs lie has removed to No. 319
Brdy street and aii who need anything
in his line will do well to call there btfeic
The Globe Clothing Cc mpany'. of Dav
enport, was organized yesterday with
Isaac Klein, of Washington, Iowa, S.
May, of tb'8 city, and L. A. Ochs aLd
Joseph Ocbs; if Davenport, as itcoreor
ators. The officers of the new company
are: Isiac Klein, president and treasurer;
L. A. O-bs, vice president; and Joseph
O :hs, secretary.
The Hobby club met at the residence
of Mrs. E G .- Fr zer on Third avenue
yesterday afternoon. A number of pa
pers on astrology, divination, witchcraft,
mind reading and hypnotism were read,
all of which were intensely interesting.
As a special feature Dr. Herbert L. Fliut
was present and give a short discourse
on the scientific principles of mind rear!
1ns;. and also giye a number of tests i.lus
Irative cf his rerutrks, which wire very
fcn'ertaibin;7 aLd instructive.
The firm of Siewarl & Montgomery,
notice of whose dissolution appeared in
The Anors some time atjo. are nnw clos
ing up the remainder of their business.
Capt J M. Montgomery, the retiring
member, wjij remain a short lime to as
sist about the business, after which he
will devote c'h attention, to lha BUck
Hawk Building' & Loin assocution of
which he is president, and to looking
after his private interests Dr J. W.
Stewart, who wiil carry on the business
and Mr. Moutgomery, who retires,
are bo:h shrewd, widt-twake. business
men, and their futures will no doubt be
'attended by the same success that has
fhtracteriz-'d their busi.-.tvs relations in
. Ine past..
Prevuncion n Better
Than euro, an ihoe who are subject to
rheumatiHm cm prevent attat ks bv keep
in c tte bio d pure and free fr.'ui ihe acid
wbich causes the disease. For ibis pur
sue Hood's Sariapirdla is nae by thous
ands witn great success. It is the be. t
Wood purifl r.
Constipation is rinsed by loss of the
peristaltic actioa of the ttls Hood's
Pills restore this fcCio.j an 1 invigorate
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ent of the complexion, ose OLly Poz
Tool's Powder: there is nothing ruual to
Used In Millions of Homes
Aatatana 1'olies Coaa.
The following has been agreed upon
the calendar for the coliege and treara-
tory depirtmtnts of Augustana college
for the nt xt school year:
Examinations, 10 . m. Tuesday S pt
6,1892. Fall term begins. 10 a. m,
Wtdnesd ty, Jiept. 7. Students' recer
tion, 7:30 p m. Wednesday, Sep 7.
Fail tprm ends, 5 p m., Thursday, Dec
22. Exaininatioa, 10 a m. Tuesday.
Jan. 10 1SS3 Spring term begins. 10
a m , Wedne-'diV, Jan. 11. Commence
ment. Thursday, June 8
The students' reception, provided f ir
above, is to receive iis flrU trial as a reg
ular fe-itu e. next fall Is purposn is to
promote a spetdy and more general ac
quaiotanc of the students amonsr them
srlves and with the facuit?. This re
ception will be an especial boon to new
The Lvceura Annual" is the name un
d r which the students' publica'ion,
'BiUler." will b knon hercifter. Fri
day eveni-g, April 22, will occur tat
lirst annual oratorical contest at Augis
tana college. A considerable interest at
taches to tl is event O to Anderson ha
beeneiectee to the vacaney caused by the
resignation of C K. Stark from the coa
test commit ee.
IinpravemeniB at Ktrk iHlrnd.
Today's Chicago Herald contains the
following Washington dispatch:
Secretary llkins. of the war depart
ment, today transmitted to congress an
es'imate of the appropriation required for
the completion of certain improvements
at Rock Islat d arsenal and for Core and
preservation of the bridge across the river
between Ro k Island acd Daveaport.
The estimates include 7.$0 for
the completion of a shop and .8.750 fi r
the completion of a store bouse. The
sura of $50,01)0 is rr q'lired for the con
struction of another new sroreliouse ami
$16,000 for an artillery shed. Four
thousand doll irs are wanted for the lan.
oratories, S32.5S0 for a hospital, .13 .(Kill
forstahles anl$11.0t)0 for coa! dumi s.
The total estimate for the f.iMenal is fUS.
130. The amount n quired for tte
bridge is 9l5.2oO.
At the meeting last evening of the
Davenport Business Men"s 8s oci alios tte
following resol ition was ad pted:
Resolved. Tiiat ttis associilin appre
ciatinu Jhe kindness and hospitality nt
the i llijt rs and membi rs of !be lT;-r vc--
ment assnriittinn of Il.:c!; Iflaml cu 'he
i ccasion of the hat quel given FeVi 4 i
honor of ihe completion of the viaduct
insaidci y; th.t we return cur thinks
for the splecdi I bat q let tendered th
membi r of this association.
A. r. MtGai k introduced the Bul-j-ct
of tendericg a b i- q v t to Col. A. U But
tington upon bis arrival. He moved that
such action be t'.ken, and that the Bu-i-
ness Men's assoiinirns of Rock Island
acd Molinu be iivited to attend. Car
ritd unanimous! 7.
The competition for the West Point
caietship from the Eieventa congression
al distoict is fourd by the resul.sof the
examinaticQ held at Monm uth the latter
part of December and ia which there were
15 aspirants to hive narrowed down to S.
R Kenworthy, of this city.and J.C. Work,
of Rushville, and as between these two
Congressman Cable is unable to make a
choice. To determine the matter and
that neither wilt have undue advantage
over the other, Mr. Cable has called a
special exaniinstic n at Monmouth next
Saturday in whicil only these two will
pariicipite. Tho one wns excels will
thereupon receive .he appointment.
KniihtM T. ntv.ar InMtallation.
Last evening occurred the installation
of the newly elected nfflcers of Evens
commandery IS K T., Past Commanders
H. C. Cie-.vclnd and J. M. Montgomery
officiating. The niw officers arc:
E. C J. F. Robinson.
Gent S. J Keator.
C. G. F. C. Deatmann.
Prel. R. F. bwtet.
8 W. O.ivtt O n.
J. W. D. J Scars.
Treas W. T. Mi giU.
Rec R C. Wiilertoc.
Si. B L F. Cra lc.
Sw. B. Gi-orge HeKissick.
Warden W. McConochie.
C. G. Geotgu Foster.
Ill iini Ktate lmrj inan'a Axfcoria
The 18:h aunual aeetingof the Illinois
State Dairyman's a?s iciatioa will be held
ia Kewancc. Henry i-ountv, Feb. 24.25
and 2t, 19.5 Toe cbj ;ct of the associ
aiiou is to iH-velop the dairy intensts of
the state. Sm2 of the best an 1 most
progressive dairymen and creamerymen
in the state will read papers and discuss
questions of practical importance Pro
fessors from the tx -eriment sta'.lon will
be present and give reiuits of tb;ir latest
investigatioos. L'beril premiums are
offered for both dairy and creamery but
ter and cuetse.
Dr Bull's Couch Syrup is the best sell
ing and Eivts the best satisfaction of any
cough remedy that I hive. P. L Pel
ierin. druggist, 93 Main street, Biddeford,
40 Years the Stmdard.
- THE PALE CHRIST.
They led the pale Christ through tho monthing
In Orient days far fled:
Korthen too often, ii now. right crinprctl to
And iiuiiiy IwJ siwkrn anil said,
"Not this mn. but l:arahbas.n
He -na a thief, the pardoned one. 'tis writ;
Did worse crime stain him red?
Uay. thief or nitirdcrtr, what mattered It?
For many hud spoken nnd said.
"Not this man, but Durations.
Acd so he walked imprisoned thronsh the
And on Ihe stern cross bled
The brow of Cliri.st br low the Railing crown;
For many had spoken nnd said,
"Nol this man. but Harnblisis."
The world, forsooth, has learned itb lesson well
Since thut o.irk lumr and dread.
full often accursed liy the same bdter spell.
Its lips have opened and said.
"Xoi this man, tint UaialiLas."
A Storv f ;rt--li-v's OIHik lint-. I
Amos Ciitr.iniiiijs tells lioxv a faithful
I.hhIv fruartl of Horace Greeley once kept
Vice President Wilson out of his room.
The storv, after detailis'.a: how scvenil Xew
York politicians were disposed of, coot in
"A few minutes later Vice President
Wilson came in. He hail been traveling a
ool deal, and his form was covered with
the grimiest linen duster I ever saw. He
slammed down his old carpet baf; on the
floor nnd said. "I want lo see Mr. Grevlev.'
" "Git out!' thundered Ben, theold inati'-
" 'Well, can't you take my name?' asked
the vice president..
" "I guess I'll have to do it; but vou
stand right here and don't move or you'll
"Ben went into Crecley's room, and
heard a hot dialogue going on for a little
while. Then the office lioy reap-K-ared and
l(K)ked at llson with supreme disgust.
' '.Jest as I thought: he don't want to see
you." declared Ben. 'Now. git out.'
"I pacified Hen and went into tell Mi.
Greeley who vatitl tow him. The great
editor listened to what I had to say and
then -shouted: 'Tell the vice president to
walk right in. That fool of a Wv said
there was an old bum named Wilson loaf
ing around outside who wanted to see
me.' "Washington Post.
An Ingenious Proprietor.
The proprietor of the new restaurant,
the "Sufl'erlSra'i." replete with every ac
coiuniodat ion. and fitted up regardless of
expense, has introduced the following in
penious .iri.ii!-, iiu nt. The large room
usually dcvo'.cd to l.'illiard.s contains a
liundaT of bicycles lirnily screwed to the
floor, t i.e I. irge wheels of which are eon
r.it-ted with certain machinery in 1 lie base
ment 1 y llieai!-o! '.ii-iving r; pes. Win 11 go
ing at a normal sjxvd they a:v made to
work a iniiiciiig inacidne. a coiVee mil!, a
ventilator, a dynamo for the electric light,
etc. Vims a coiisidcr;:idt' saving is cf
fected in tiuinual labor nnd the cost of a
Besides, the landlord makes an extra
profit l.y charging one mark er hour for
the use of each bicvcle. The place is
crowded. Besides, t hose w ho ride t he ma
chines get their money's worth in the
shape of good exercise without danger to
life and limb. Moreover, thev save the
cost and keeping in repair of these expen
sive vehicles, avoid getting into trouble
with the police, and if a man i nol blessed
with shapely calves be is more secure from
observat ion than in a public thoroughfare.
All Oiicst icns Clion-fully A nftwrrtnl.
Housekeeper Have you .any Mocha
Small Deale r Yes. mum.
"Just imported, mum."
"Import it yourself !-
"Oh. yes. mum. I send my orders direct
to the the sultan, mum."
Humph! How much have vou on
" 'Bout sixty pounds, niiim."
"You have, eh? Sixty pound. I read in
the paper this very morning that not over
fifty pounds of genuine Mocha reaches this
"Yes. mum. that's true. I had 'bout ten
pounds left over from last year." New
York Wee kly.
Selecting Ham for Coasting.
Do not select too lean a joint. The fat
of a ham is often considered so notch waste
weight : so il may be in many families, but
one would n it select a very thin piece of
roast beef for masting: it would surely 1)0
dry ami tough when cooked. Now a well
feil and quickly fatted hog will furnish
tender, juicy ami fine flavored meat. Bear
this in mind and you will lie willing to
lost-n little extra fat for your gaiu in the
superior qualities of every other ounce of
the flesh. I,et the joint be well rounded
and plump rather than thin and fat, ainl
see that the skin is thin and pliable. New
Educators ate certainly the greatest
bene' e:rr of the race, and aftrr reading
Dr Franklin Miles' popular tn rk. can
uoi hi lp dec l-irina him o he snionj; the
mcs etitrlinine and educating authors.''
N 'W Yo k Dsily. He is not a stran-g-r
t.i our readers, as fcis adv r lH-meti's
appear in our columns in cverv issue, cal
iinsr attention to the fict that his clepant
work on nervous ad heart dienses is
distribnti d frr by our enterprising drue
cists. flam & Bbnsen. Trial bottles cf
Dr. Miles' Nervine are given a vay, also
book of testimonials showing that it is
unequalled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor m ruory, dizziness, sleep1ees
ness, neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy.
One minute time often makes a great
difference a one minute remedy for
hnnchitiF, chokine np of the throat,
limes, etc.. of course is a great bles ing.
Cubeb Couch Cure is such a remedy it
ill afford drcided relief in one minute.
No fkruily wdl be without it a'ter once
tryine it. For sale by all druggists .
Har.r & ttabnscn, wholesale agents.
Good evening! Have you used Ab!
there is no need of my saying anything
further. T mm curp vo.11 will hfuvafinv n,a
nothing bu' the famous Blush of Hosesifor
your complexion, lours with best wishes.
Floha A. Joxes. South Bend, Ind.
P. 8. Call tbis eve olease at T. H
Thomas' and learn the particulars.
An exchange says: "Try a sun bath
for rheumatism;'' bat we would advise
you to try a bottle of Solvation Oil, if
jou would be cured.
T)r 1 V. Haathnrno has rnmoved from
his old h ci'.ion ovr Don's store and is
nowocaled over Kre 1 & Math s.
The marked benefit which people In run
down or weakened state of health derive
from Hood's Sarsaparilla, conclusively proves
the claim that this medicine " makes the weak
strong." It docs not act like a stimulant,
imparting fictitious strength from which there
must follow a reaction of greater weakness
than before, bet In the most natural way
Hood's Sarsaparilla overeoie.es that tired feel
ing, creates an appetite, purines the blood,
and. In short, gives great bodily, nerve,
mental and digestive strength.
"Last spring I was completely fagged out.
My strength left mo and I felt sick and mis
erable all the time, so that I could hardly
attend to my business. 1 took ono bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it cured inc. There
Is nothing like it." II. C. Begole, Editor
Enterprise, Rellcville, Mich.
" I derived very much benefit from nood's
Sarsaparilla, which 1 took for general debility.
It built me right up, and gave me an excel
lentappetite." Ed. Jen KiNS.Mt. Savage, 5Id.
K. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa
parilla do not be induced to buy anything else
instead. Insist upon having
SoW by alt drwcKlUs. pi ; ix ''or ?S. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Hast
IOO Doses One Dollar
.r 1 1
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v 1 . -II -'-p.:i
SOLVED THE PKOBLEM.
The ioventor of tbe New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when he found
what a success he bad made of it, and tb
above cut represents his feelirgs Have
you examined these pianos? Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
make, but call and tec the New Scale;
they are the finest in the lani. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Oak, Bird s tve Maple. Mahogany
Satin, Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
the finest variety ever shown in the otv
of Rock Island.
S. Eoy Bowiby, 172S Sec:zcl Ave.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
liavlne just fornished a fine Parlor nptmrs and
eq-iil pea it with two of Brcnfwielt & Balfcc f
lioctit Billiard Tubl.p. alto two&cc Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
'.he CneM Pneof Imported Mid Domi-Mic Cigars
and Tobacco la the market.
1S0S Second Avenue.
W. Trefz & Co.,
Toys and Candv.
CIGARS ill TOBACCO.
If you wish to see a nice line
of VALENTINES call ani
8?e our difplay.
W. TREFZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Ave.
Eftate of Herman Bontenbaeh. deceased.
The nnrlemijmed haying been appointed ezecn -
mi or ine ion win ana losuimect or Herman
Bnntenbach, late of the county of Rock Island.
Plate of Illinois, deceased, herebr siTen nmirv
that he will appear before the county court of
bock iiiana coonty, at tne once or the clerk of
aid conrt,tn the city of Rock Island, at tbe
April term, on tbe first Monday in April next,
it which time all persons hiving claim againtt
aid estate are notified and requeeled to attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 29th day of January, A. D. 189.
GBRTBODE BtJNTKNBACH, Kiecntrix.
U R OF. 01 EFFEN BACH'S
I SURf CURE cr SEMIRal, NERVOUS
I "1 VRIRART TROUBLES i Y8UN8.
I MIOOLE-aOtB 010 WER. Ill
TAINTT bs DISAPrSiRTMENT.baipul.
ti-ly rvllern the vort c. lo 34 hoarr
ma4 penBmnentlr corsln 10ud.yi. U4v,
Irsatwaatse trial retarn mll fr SI. Circular rte.
THE PERU DRUG CO..
Bokvta.(orUuUS 180 rlS STi;iiAaaU. WiX
We are receiving elegant
lines in wash goods and
Spri-g Drtss Goors.
"Woolen dress goods for
spring in great variety are
New colorings in chevrons
and other fabric s.
R,ock Island. Illinois.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
IN THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
12 J, 120 aird 12S
OCKET KNIVES aod SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elecant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps honse wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
gtiarautsed. 'these are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in an I 6ee how much have to show you
that is usefal and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Teland.
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 fr:ed Cakes, Cream
Pies and Cream Puffa, Angel Foods, etc., and many
other varieties too nnmerous to mention. We also get
up the finest of Wedding and Party Caes, and Oyster
Patties a specialty. Only the best of material used in
the manufacturing of all these goods, and first-class
workmanship guaranteed. We deal largely in Wedding
Cake. Ornaments of all kinds,
MTJNROE. DeRTJE & ANDERSON.
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
o AND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classware and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Are.
Tennis and Qutincr
and various oth?r labri;s
Special offrine for thi -,1.
We have jus, received a large
consignment, and being cro-jide4
for rocm will deduct 10 per cent
irom price 01 every pair fold this
week. Very pretty and prices
lower than you have heard
quoted for as good quality.
V,, r ' - ' 'i
Telephone N. 1103. 1700 Tbird Ave.