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THK ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER '8. 1892.
ARNOLD, The Grocer,
1620 Second Avenue.
A car load just received; call and see them.
In Satin and Ooze Calf, including all the delicate
shades of pink, liht blue, lavender, yellow
Nile green, white, etc., also scarlet and black,
MADE TO ORDER IN
Slippers made up from same
Material as costume.
In MB UW
05 ! I
IS s s
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
DIRT DEFIES THpgNG." THEN
IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
J. B. ZIMMER,
-TriE WELL KNOWN-
and Leader in Styles asd workman ship, has roived
FA hit SI OCX of Suitiiga and Overcoatings.
JSPCall and leave your c rder.
Star Block Opposite Harper. House.
Heating and Ventilating Enginesr;
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complets line of Tipe, Bras a Goods, Packing Hoa.
Fire Biick, Etc. Largest and test equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK' Molina, M.
1 12, 1 14 "West Seventeenth 6t.
Telephone 1148. RocklsW..
Pe;denoe TsleDiicne 1169
The Spnde Which Broke the First Earth
for the Hennepin Canal and Which is of
Enclosed in a glass case in tbe show
window of Sickles, Preston, Nutting Co..
8ys the Davenport Times, is aa historic
spade, for it is the one used in turning
the first spadeful of dirt in tbe construc
tion of the Hennepin canal.
It will be remembered that on the
return from that important trip, a com
mittee was appointed to have the spade
suitably inscribed for presentation to the
national government as a souvenir of the
commencement of this great waterway.
Tbe spade used was one taken from the
stock in his store by Mr. Nutting, and it
was regarded so highly after inaugurat
ing the Henoepia cacti that an oiler of
$500 was msdeforit by a gentleman who
had attended the cermony.
It wa decided, however, that the
proper thing to do wou'd be to present it
to the government. It is more then an or
din.ry spade now, both in appearance
and trad. lion. The blade, originally of
solid steel, ha received a coating or sil
ver, while tbe handle is now polished
ebony. The in-cription, which is in gold
ietu-ring, reads as follows:
"Illinois and Mississippi Cnal. With
'his spi!o on July 12, 1893, the first
earth was thrown in the construction of
the Illinois find V. iasiasiDpi cao:il. It is
jirehentcd to the United gtati s as a me-rm-ti'n
of '.be greet national work.
J. H Nutting, T.J. Robinson.
C II . 1)1 EKIi. J . S .V: ATHKW8,
The epuls will be riseed on exf.il. i
tion in tht United States bu:ld;nc; at ti e
Wor'd's Fair, after which it, will be d;
poslird in the Srulihmim I.stUut: m
CtfljXTV III IlittliC
Nov. 32. Andrew Friher to Kvna T
Beers, lo 15, hlnok 2, Andrew Friherc'f.
Di.-rKi.UH M L'tt; t- IT. J. Efflinrl,
0".r ! '1 t;ok 2 S.ew.vrls rirr.1 M.d.,
South M..)'a.. $1 300
For Rent Go d store at 1002 Th ri
Miss Anna Bixby is i the World's
Pair city visiting with frier. d 4.
Watson Aimes of Evanston is here vis
iting a few days with relatives.
If you want something extra fine for
decorating your home?, parlors or club
rooms on any occasion, remember Krell
& Math have it.
Bright festooning at 5 J a yard at Krell
& Math's. Everybody could and should
decorate at the prices we are selling dec
orations, at Krell & Math's.
W, C. Sallows of Omaha is in Rock
Ixland visiting friends and looking for a
usiness Iocs ion. lie may establish
himself in business here in a short time
Wanted A reliable local representative
for a Chicago house, good inducements
Mutt be well acquainted and a bustl'T
Apply Monday 10 to 13, Ilrier hotel
Ask for Grtenboim.
Send your orders for game, fish lob
sters, clams, shell and canned oysters to
Harrv SmytheV, 1819 Second avenue.
Telephone 1017. Ordnrs for wild tur
keys tHken for Tnaufcsaiving.
One Fare to Deoatur Illinois and Return.
On rccguui of the Illinois State Chris
tion EudLMV.T Union, N v. 17 20 '93.
will be made by the Kock Island &
IV r; R-rilway. Tiate for round trip
5 09 O od enactions via this route
It av Rock Idar d 8:0" a. m , 2:20 p. m.
Arrive, Decatur 2.45 p. m.. 10:15 p. m ,
respective!?. Depot foot of 20lh street,
Rock Is!..u'!. 1
In Olden limes
People overlooked the importance of per
manently bem ficUl i ffecm and were stt-ii-fied
wi;h transient scti. n, bat now that
it ia s-n?rRl:y known that Syrup of Figs
will j erai'.:ien:l- curj habitu d conFtipa
tiors, wr'l inioiii.ed peopl.-? wiil not buy
oib. r I'iX-.tivis, wl.kh act for a tim ', but
fin-iily 5 c jure the t st-m.
AdTortiPd List o. 46
List of letters uncalled for at the posUfliu-eat
Rock lelarnl, 111., Nov. 18, Mi:
to ('..in-Ti'nre K. j J"tnslo, Thimw
jer's iii'd , R.i- i; 1
Anntl'e :i. Onjer
Ouyer, :-.rt '. 12. G
.'t . Dirt l.:t 3 Mork 7-2. O :.ht.-i "
j Lower -dd., U Tk I.sKr d, $410.
! 14--Elen S. tVeftVr to J, hi G.
! Johnson, lot U. ti i- 1. E.kn ri. Wi-h
I tier's. h'd , Vi:i,fc. S5.
i J m a T; !;t to Af ztrs Oar.tuif, 1--.I
i 1, Work 2 Tavlor Rid-e. 75.
' O. W. Phnw to 'rus pu of iethodNt
j etiu'eh of H .mnton, lotC, block 19, town
j of H.imptOD, 5".
! Asa Bu'tr.nn to Ri C. N'-eley '-t i.
j lots 1 &nd 8. Illinois City, $2'.K).
J R A Sx.'th to J. A." Johnson, lo: 1,
i block S, Molina Kei-h's. S50.
Cathtr;n MiQi.id to Ber.jimin F.
j Cattor. h t 6, block 3. Ben Hurst's f.--
j ond add . Iiock Iar.d. ?2.0()0
I Aitrtd Wiiliams to George W. Walter,
j !ot 1, b'ottk K. Moiiie Wa:er Power C-'
j nid.. ?lolipf. S12 9T5.
18 Patrirrk R-epg to Sarih Gres it
Ml, vi m 21, 17. lw. se fr!J frlj sal s 1
j Ilerivrt R E.lwsrds to C P Rydtr, lot
i 3, nwj J 33. 18. lw, mrt trnct by mtes
r.nd boiindu 3.18.1 w.JIS 000.
14 F M Fearer to E M FeREter, psri
, !ot2.nJ 30,18,3e, and parit ncj 25,18.
! J' tin Frbf-r to Altin Farber, part el
., n 1 CO TOO.
1) .V & U. I li'y Co. o Town of South
R k Island, n,ct in c i be frlj und tract
in i S3 frl J 14,17,2w
Anrleroi n, Hobcrt
Hrnvte, F J
t'ru tn. far.
Krt inifto'!. S
rr ii.gei, Matn'e V.is
H.irkin, -'a A
Kill, Mr ai d Mr-
li. n, J J
Kend' 11, t.ottie Mrs
ion, I. L Mfifl
Mil!e , Wm
U Hay, 'art,
S a ck. GuFta'e.
May r, .lose ph
Th .mpfos, An Mil1
Wilts, V W
Wo 'd iard, Herri C
J.'ienioJ, A Mini
IIowabc Wku.s. Pos!m.ltr.
.-1 1 ; 1.
ecovors Eis Speech,
h i'.-e H"'iJi':.'i!j, 1.1 Sumn ii t ihp-H-.iii-i
Co.. P.( mioe tin htiidivit
his !2vtP.r-ol.l fii.n, who had
i V'.u- .1 .t..-. i. r l ive tears, tm-t
w 1. i: i!iipi ii !" cilt"d hf'.er
ttif. iv :. ot Ur Rt.-ra
iie X mif f . ( .! a:.d rwtovered his
epi e.i. 'I Louati.i- t-tity to wondtrfu!
tun s 'ro ?i !-;; :t t- r
fu-ioo " n'ifii, !.' -HOHch-. etc. Four
i!i:80! of tt-; Xervu.f curd Mrs. V. E.
Rorr.K, S.'i.;ii lit no:. Init . who hud been
siifferiry !tl ir'.s:--rii. ruHilHche f.T
it rre u:tn" !i Trini 'iou!: and elgirjt
book fr: a: Uirtz &. BtbrirV.
12. Esta'e of Ann E. A'kinsr.n. Troof
of death Will admitted to probate.
14 Es'ate of N. Dorrance Appriise
mem nil ano: wiaiw's pward filed ard
up; roved Widow's relinquishment and
feieciion filed and unproved ard or
d-r lurnicg over property so selected to
GuardianfhiD of John atd Zella Par
Bond of Saruh Park as piardian ap
proved and Itttcra of guardianship issued
Estate of Loom rd Z-.'nijrraf. L."tttrc
rf administration issued to Peter Eing.
Bond rilr'd and approved.
15 bstate of Ann E. Atkinson. Let
ters tebUmin'arY issued to Fred. A. Head
and John S O'llmore. Inrividual bond
in sum of $70,(K0 Clid an t approved.
Licensed to Wed.
Nov. 15 -O car Peterpor. Albtr:ini-
G'iberr, Moline; Chirles Brown, SavanDa
Witifield Barber, Port Bvron; Thomas G.
B rke, Greeley Centre, Neb., Mary Fla
h r y, Roc-k I-Und.
Nov 16 Zichane Miller, Ada. Kas.,
Vary E. Miller, Marston, 111 ; William
Chapman. Malieila Norrrley. Moline;
William F. Bird, Davenport, Cora B."
Smith, Moline. Ill ; Ira C. Martin. Canoe
C.'ek, 111.. Flora B Zeigler, Coe. I11.;W.
C Kasksdden, Rork Island, Lsura Klse
macher, Stoek'on, Iowa.
JSov. 17.-tmil Clausman. Nellie
8wrson, Moline; Rudolph Nitr, Eertie
Hfrnaman, Moline; William F. n nder-
son, Orion. Ed RdhfT, Coal Valley. J
The Hon. John F. Smith, of Westmit - j
ster, Md., judge of the circuit court o'i
Carroll county, Md.. says: "I h.ve used !
Stdvation Oil for rheumatism. Iia iffects I
were prompt ana lasting."
! VOUS li'.Ff s.
id'v, liuli!ll!?S.Con -
Phyfl ices Puzzled
M?l ('sous jire un'if'ie 10 mim-vi on
their lot 1. 1 c ' hi! eu f has loijg been
a ia zz)i ; p!iyiciH- tl;-' topolitaa
paper p-."; with cr-J' in-wst of Br
Franklir ,!iie. tr.;- einiaen: Indian-i
SW-fiKitet la rer1 if h&C Cearl disM;.
who his pr.ttvn t.oa? t' is hs.bit arises
from tidifr:f.ed hekrt lie has csamined
and kept on record taotit.!inds of ciises
His New ili art Cure, a woinlerful remedy
is soid at Hirtzifc Bahnsen's. Tnoussnds
testify lo its vaiue a cure for heart
dis-eisc?t. Mrs. Ci:ss. B. noy, Loveland,
Colo., says its eff '-tH on ht revere niarve1
ou. Elegant In o'-t on heart diseases free
Iff-ilea' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on r-ew pricciple nfrulntirg tbe
liver, etomrteh sat tor,i thrr.ugn the
nervi.a. A revv oieoverv. Dr. Miles'
Fills t.oeeuiiy er.rt t-iilioof nef 9, bad taste,
torpid ii-rer, piles, coristipstion. Un
equalled lor uieo, women, children.
6-j.HllcM, tni!de3t. st:Te.M! 5t) doses 25
ceit--. Jrr;,!j fn-i-uf IThtiz & llahn-
Rescued from Baath
Said Sho Could
Not Livo a
is the greatest blessing ever offered child
bearing women. I have been a midwife
many years, and in each case where
Mother's Friend has been used, it has ac
complished wonders and relieved much
suffering. It is the best remedy for rising
01 me nre&si Known, and worth the price
fjir that fitnno
Koic Alive and IVvll Thank
Hood's Sarsa par ilia.
" I must praise Hood's Sarsaparilla, for It Is
wonderful medicine. 1 suffered 10 years with
Neuralgia and Dyspepsia
and fainting spell. Sometimes I would
oe almost stin with cold perspiration. I spent
r". . j" . ii.uuirj ui ureuieai attendance,
put I did not get any benefit until my daiiRliter
told me about Hood's Sarsaparilla, and 1 beean
to take it. I weighed less than loo lbs. and was
A Picture of Misery
Every one who saw me thought I could not
live another month. But I beran to improva
at once after beKiuninjr Willi Hood's Sarsapa
rtlla, and have jrmduHlly gained until I am now
perfectly cured. I eat well, sleep well, and
am in perfect health. I owe all to
Fh00latT";;r;rrri. .,' Hood's Sarsaparilla
ful tome; benefits all who uss it. Sold ; " nnnnn Pltl6 . . ;
fer that alone.
M. A. BUEWSTER.
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
CARPETS, CURTAIL BUGS,
Parlor Suits for S2J.00, worth $25.1 0.
Bedroom suits for $18.00, worth $2.00.
Fancy Upholstered Rockers and Chairs.
Pictures and Easels. Low Prices.
'-'ftW-h ' itr
,-s -' t Vs
OHAS. A. MECE
'j-i:ly :r' t-t. I":.v-njort,-l'
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
SEE ITS for
Cork Sole Shoes,
Calf Lined Shoes,
Chamois Lined shoes,
Warm Lined shoes.
Popular styles, Prices away down.
Opeu nights until January 1.
fcctlj harmless, always reliable and beneBciat.
1 U,W liMiMC5f '
Sfyii RPRftVn AND CteJt: J7?l. 1
$ m M M M
SOI, W. Scconil St., Davenport.
Elf At.KR 12
Telepbone 1098. 231 Twentieth street,
1803 Second Avenue.
Is son locates ia bit new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
fci.iKhtthoe a specialty. Tppcfltethe Old stand.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive proaspt attention, j
TIMBERLAEE & SPENCES, Props.