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Ci-mn rf Fifrs is taken? ifr. w
gnd refreshing to the taste, and acta
roily yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys-
jem tm-iti.j , uioiia tuius, neaa
ichfs and fevers and cures habitnnl
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iTitr rempiiv rtf its 11nA
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rrptaWe to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
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eneria, jrt'ntrcu umy irom tne most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many mwiicui 411 unties commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
yU-rnn tf "Flora ?a v J.. TTA
. , . ..r . . .c u dic 111 UUC I
and $1 bottles by all leading drug-1
gists, xiuy rename aruggist who j
may not have it on hand will pro-1
cure it promptly for any one who !
wishes to try it. Io not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH HUHCtSOO. CAL.
10WSVIUE, tf. EW YOHK. ..
J. K. KF.IDY
LOTS TOR tilt.
Some rtaow lots In Miner's add'n, $1,000 to $1,W1
u: in t,yon- auu.tion 4511 to mi
Lotp in l illepe Heicbta 800 to 4' 6
Lot In Kitg.-wood Part 0
ht in S tine I addition 600 to I,5i0
Some Sne residence property In city; pood lii-Te-toii-nm;
j.lo number of nice cottaee which
oat he httl ctienp on long time.
Room 4. Mitchell & I.ynde building, gronnd
Hoc. in rear of Mitchell & Lynde hack.
Have you called at
If not, you had better, fcr
you will find lots of Silver
and Gold Novelties as well
as a large assortment of
the latest in Fine Jewelry,
E D. FOLSOM.
W. B. GRIFFITH,
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No: l?12First Ave.,
Rook Island, Iix,
Peactical : : :
Gas Fitting and General Jobbing.
-ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Woik
dona. A specialty of furnishing al klnC
f Stores with Castings a 8 seats
A MACHINE SHOP
dm keen added where all kindr of najaiist
work will be done Urst-clara.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE
DOWNING BK0S. Propts.
A Branch of Improvement That
ALDERMEN THAT HAVE EEP0ETED.
AGoodM.TeMade by th. Coun.U Meet,
MlthPopslar Approval and aU That k
Now Needed U to Not Lose sight of it
The Different Aldermen to Report a LUt
' he LosaUtlea In Their Bespestlve
Wards WhereWalk. are Needed-Substantial
These, ate the days when goad side
alks in many parts of the city are con
picuous by their absence. Aj a rule
itock Island has better sidewalks than
B-ny cities of twice its sz). but this
loes not alter in the least the urgent ne-J-ssity
of walks in mauy portions of the
:ity, where this important part of the
auj's improvement has been neglected.
Some time ago the city council, with its
chiracterinic progressive spirit took up
Uie question ar.d a resolution was passed
providing that the aldermen from each
ward report to the council all the dis
tricts of their r-spective wards that
needed looking after in this respect The
matter agiun came up for discussion at
Ust met ting nn J it w3 decided that each
alderman should have his ra port ready at
Hit next meeting of the council.
A Topular Move.
i ue move was a popular one and met
with approval on every hand, and no
doubt roost of the aldermen investigated
their wards in compliance with it. Soma,
however, have been derelict in the matter
of reporting the results of their investi
gation. Aid. Corken and Pickenscher
of the Third ward informs The Argus
that their work in this line had been
finished and reported sometime ago.
ice other counctlmen will, no doubt, all
con.lee their reports by the next meet
Eugene Burns for a long time cob
oected with the Rock Island freight
office has received a promotion
anc will hereafter act as agent
of the company at La Salle, 111. Mr.
Burns has been in the office here about
11 years and is well qualified to look
after the duties of his new position.
lie left last night to assume charge and
will move his family there in a abort
Some one burglarizad one of the store'
rooms at the Rock Island house the other
nieht and got away with some fruit,
Negus Bros, will pay a liberal reward for
the apprehension of the burglar.
John O'Day was fined $3 and costs this
morning for intoxication.
William Dudley was sent down for 60
days this moraine forvngrancy.
CO I XT Y 111 IL.IM.Yfc.
Dec. 1. Catherine Plunkett to Peter
Plunkett. lot 6. Nourse & Candee'a add.,
Fainn Liwson to George E. Erms,
!3t, Evf.liw Heights. South Moline, fl.
Jeor-e E Ev-itia to F .bian Lawson,
lot 3 Evalaw Utialits. South Moline, SI.
Alice Shoerra'tiT to F. P. McMichael, lot
6, blot k 3 Hakes' sd i , Milan. f.3'H)
Gi orye Wood to William Klockau, ej,
lot 8 block 18. old town of Moline,
ReMcci Hssting to Gcorcc Wood, lot
8. block IS, old town of Rock 1-,'and,
John W. Stark to C. L. Walker, lots
40 and 41. South Rock Ial.tnd. $400
2 John Weckel to John I); V!f
miiick, lot 1, block 2, Grcims' S-cond
add., Moline, 300.
Dec. 1 Theodore Schnett to Strat
man, Sfrohbem, Tucklum company, part
of Island H, 24, 17, 2', ana part "of Isl
nnd II , 24. 17, 3w, part of Inland I, 24.
Dec 2 Conservatorship of Samuel
W. Maple. Conservator's report filed
Estate of Ernst Speidel. Petition for
aale of personal property at private sale.
3 Estate of Robert S Johnston,
proof of notice to creditors filed. Claims
allowed. Report of sale of personal
property filed and approved.
5 Guardianship of minor heirs of
Henry Roehr. New bond of guardian
filed and approved and sureties on bond
released and discharzed from all further
liability under their bond.
Estate of Rebecca Walsh. Will ad
mitted to probate. Petition by W. B.
Pettit for letters testamentary.
Estate of Jonathan Huntoon. Peti
tion by executors or leave to sell per
sonal property at private sale. Petition
Conservatorship of Margaret Baree.
Jury impunneled and sworn. Hearing
and verdict that Marcaret Barge U an in
Sine person and by reason thereof is in
capable of managing her property and
that a conservator should be appointed
therefor. John C Cleland appointed
conservator under bond of $4,000
Ksta'e of Martha Diemer. Proof of
publication and posting filed. Inventory
filed and approved. Former appraise"
ment warrant revoked and new warrant
issued to Alexander Q uist, James McCa'l
and James B. McConnell.
Estate of Christina Koerber. Claims
Guardianship of minor heirs of William
C. Wendt. Final receipt aid release of
Clara Werd , one ot said heirs, she bar
ing attained the age of majority filed and
approved and guardian discharged as to
.The many testimonials received daily
by the proprietors of Salvation Oil, em
phasizing its value as a cure for neuralgia
and rheumatism, furnish convincing
proof of its great merit. It ia par ex
cellence tbe liniment
AHGUte, WEDNESDAY, DECEM15EII 7.
Good fit, is what vou want, to eet it eo
Bill Nie and A
P Burbank, Friday,
Florida oranges onlv 15 cents a dozen
Nice canned asn-iraeus at Georse
Browner & Co.
Florida oranges only 15 cents a dozen
It you want a eood suit or overcoat co
to Dixon the tailor.
Charles Homer, of Dubuaue. is visitins
Rock Inland friends.
Choice Florida oranges only 15 cents a
(kzjd at M.Arnold's.
Just received, a fine lire of overcoats
and suitings at Dixon.
P. C Adams, of Helena, Moat., is in
the city visiting friends.
Miss Byrnes has a few fancv articles
suitable for Christmas presents.
Now is your time to make jour selec
ion of a winter suit or overcoat at
Wanted A competent girl for general
housework. Applv at 1132 Third
Dixon the tailor has a fine selection of
winter suitings. Call and leave your
California pears, oranges and nice
at in sr and cooking apples at George
Browner & Co.
When ordering vour mat call ""or ring
ui telephoee 1064, George Browner's
If you go to Harper's theatre Thurs
day night you ill laugh more than you
have since election.
If you want to see a rel Y-inkee play
go to Harper's theatre Thursday night.
Tickets ate now on s-tle
The quaitetie with "Z b" at Harper's
theatre Thursday night, is considered one
of the best on the toad.
Call at Miss Byrnes' millinery and se
lect a new hat or bsnnet or some of her
fancy articles for Christmas presents.
Arnold the grocer, has just received
twenty five cases of choice Florida
oranges, and is selling them at 15 cents
John Babcock, of Watertown. was in
the city yesterday It is needless to sav
that Mr. Bat cock is one of the happiest
men in the state over the election.
Mrs. Mary Mulbern s ista;ned some
severe injuries while tripping up on a
loose board on Forty-second street on
Monday night. Sle is confined to her
bed as a rtsult of the accident.
The finance committee of the board of
supervisors composed of Supervisors
Wilson. Forsythe, Cralle, Sinnett and
Schoonraaker spent yesterday in auditing
the books or the county officers.
J. C. Taylor, of Taylor Ridge, passed
through the city with his family last
nitht on his way to Malvern, Iowa,
where he will hereafter make his bone
he haying accepted a lucrative position
there is nothing new ia the inj -motion
proceedings of the M. W. A. William
Jackson hid a pleasant, conference with
the hiad officers and Fulton the oth
day concerning the removal and meets
them again Uec 19.
T. L.Brennp.n, who was raised in Rock
Island, and w'uo is now a popul.tr busi
ness mu of Sioux City, h returned to
hii home there after v:sitiug Fevernl d.ys
with his pnrents here He h:id not vis
i i'. his old home in 15 years.
It takes a de.il of ;'ersuaMi,n.
sometimes, to m:ivr the mii of the
housp, but he does kno ? a good thing
when he et e9 it. Te aiiiiress Lo iPlej's
crockery si., re m kes him, oa the sixth
pjge of tbiij pa;iT, is nfctt.'cS a injve ou
Tbe Walker Wbresiile company ar
rived in the city todty in charge f
Treasurer Tore and opens .in Oiiiel o at
tte Barns in Davenport tonigbt. Those
buving ticke;s need have no fear of the
bridge being closed either t night or to
For a couple of weeks past the offl 'e of
the Tri-City Blade hs.s been disturbed by
dissensions from within anil it culmi
nated last nif.;ht in E E. Liwjer, who
laiely assumed the business mdnaiiernvn'
tendering his resignation Today tLe
printers at work made a formal demand
that tbe management of tbe paper sign
the union scale, which was refused, with
ihe result that they walked out. No set
tlement of the strike has yet been made.
The Chicago Inter-Ocean has the fol
lowing bit of society news, which will be
read with interest in Rock Island:
"There will be two very pretty church
weddingB on tbe north side during
January, the first being that of Miss
Eatherine Rinn, of Chicago, who will
wed Mr. Herman H. Thomas, of Spring
field. La., about the middle of the month,
and the second that of Mr. G orge
Rinn, of the Philip Rinn company, Chi
cagft, who, on Jan. 81, will marry Miss
Mae Burwell Montrose, of Rock
A Novel Operation.
The condition of Matthew Remley the
victim of the terrible oil explosion acci
dent of a week ago, this morning is un
changed. It is believed tbe only thing
that can now save Remley's life will be
tbe operation known to surgery as trans
plantation of skin, which will be accom
plished by taking a piece of the cuticle
an inch by a half inch from each of 50
men, which will afford sufficient to cover
the surface of Remley's body which fails
to heal. A number have already offered
themselves as parties to the operation.
A dance la to be given for Remley 'a
benefit at Armory hall, Friday evening,
At a prevBntive of tbe jfrip, Hood's
SerBaparilla baa grown into great favor.
It fortifies the system and purifies the
Bradneld'i Female Begmlator
Should be used by tbe young woman, she
who suffers from any disorder peculiar to
her sex, and at change ef life ia a power
ful tonic; benefits all who use it. Sold
by Hartz &Babnsen. ,
SAD AND SUDDEN.
Death of Conductor Louis Liverrood. of
the C, M S. P. at Freeport.
L vjis P Livergood, the well known
conductor on the C , M. & St. P. roed
died al Freeport on Monday nieht of
heart failure, after an illness of only a I
week, aged 26 years. He had been in f e
employ of the company since mere boy
hood, having entered its service as
brakeman, and by his faithfulness had
made himself a trusted employee He was
unmarried and his death makes the third
out o: a family of four brothers that has
occurred during the past year. His
home was at Watertown, sad he leaves
three sisters, tha Misses Viola and Cora,
of Freeport, and Mrs. Palmer, of Water-
town, also a brother, Harry, who resides
there. 7?ir. Livergood was one of the
youngest and best known conductors on
this division, haying run trains into this
cry at diff;rent times during the past
three years. He was ctpable and indus
trious, and was held in high esteem by
all his aneociaiea.
The reraiins were bro ight to Water-
town, where the funenl was held this
this afternoon, the remains being placed
beside those of his two brothers and his
mother and father, who are buried there.
Peter Kirk's Funeral.
The funeral or the late Peter Kck was
held from the home of his mother, VIrs
Ca'heriue Kick, HIS Eighth avenue, to
8t. Mary's church, at 9 o'clock this morn
ing, Rev. Father Kopf cffl:iating. It
was largely attended by friends and asso
ciates of the deceased young man, the
fltral cflvrings beiug profuse and beauti
ful Among the moat striking was a
beau -if al cross from Twin City Typo
graphical U.iion, No 107. beat ing the in
scrip'.ion: ' I. T. U , N . 107. 30 '" and
a large wreath from the Moline Republican-Journal
and his associates at that
Tne interment was made in the Cath
olic cemetery, the following gentlemen
acne? aa pallbearers: Jacob Anthony
Fred E hart, Henry Deisenroth. George
Hanger, James Murray aad Charles Naab.
Barrett Chapter Election.
At 'he meeting of BarretChapter No
18 R. A. M., held at is rooms last night.
tba fallowing officers were chosen:
M E H.P. J.F.Robinson.
E K D J Sfars
Treasurer W r.Magill.
Secreurv J R Johnston.
C.H. William McConochie.
P.S H H Cleaveland.
R.A.C J.T Dixon.
M.of T V George MeKissick.
M.nf S V W.S. Fullmer.
M.of F V F.R Harrington.
Stew.rd W.E Bailey.
Tyler Geo pe Foster.
Member B rd of Control W. T.
Mr. Herman Jlicks
Of Rochester, X. Y.
Deaf for a Year
Catarrh in the Head
Catarrh is a Constitutional disease,
ar.d requires a Constitutional Remedy
like Hood's Sarsaparilla to cure it. Read :
"Three years ago, as a result of catarrh, X
entirely lost my hearing and was deaf for more
than a year. I tried arious tliincs to cure it.
and had several physicians altenipt it, but no
improvement was apparent. I could dimin
?uih mo Mund. I was intending putting
myself under the care of a specialist when
some one suggested that possil.ly Hood's Sar
saparilla would do me some good. I began
taking it without the exiiecuition of any lasting
help. To my HurpHme aad grrnt joy I found
when I had taken three bottles that my hear.
" w returning. I kept on till I had
taken three more. It is now over a year and I
can hear perfectly well. I am troubled but
very little with the catarrh. 1 consider this a
remarkable case, and cordially recommend
to all who have catarrh." Hkrmajt Hicks. 30
Carter Street, Rochester, N. Y.
HOOD'S PILLS axe purely vegetable, and do
not purge, pain or gripe, gold by all dmegiats.
pieces to select from; who pay
4? cents to tl for that which
you can. get at 10c at
1717 Second Avenue.
You can save Time and Money by Trading with
J. Ramseii & Son,
The Old Established Jewelers.
Owing to their immense and well selected stock you will
find just such an article as you desire for a' Xmas gift with
out wasting time and energy looking around. We carry a
arge. variety of opera glasses,
fine silver novelties, onyx clocks, souvenir spoons, carving
sets, small fancy clocks, Chatelaine watches, and our usual
arge line of watches, diamonds and fancy stone rings.
We have fitted up a special department for OPTICAL
GOODS; we are better prepared for correcting all errors of
refraction than any one in the
Special Sala of
BOOTS. AND SHOES
AT THE CAUSE
Wright & Peters' Dongola Hand Turn and
" Dull dong welts
Dongolas M. 3
Mat kid top
Stribley's Doneola hand turn
M. 8. puenttip
French & Hall's Cordovan hand sewed....
Calf hand sewed
Bay State Calf Welt
We Guarantee tbe above to be lower
store and inspect our goods and prices; we have als a great many other bar
gains that we are now offering.
rank of It.
Over half a million people die every
year, in the United States, from Lung
and Throat diseases which always start
from a reelected Cold or Coueh. If you
are suffering from any of the above dis
eases try this remarkable Cough Sjrup,
and you will ue no othi r afterwards
We hve hundreds of testimonials from
those benefitted by it.
25 AND 50 CTS. A EOTTI.K SAMPLE BOT
TLES 10 CTS.
Ak your druggist for Dr. McKnc's
Irish Coum Syrup. Tnkc no other! O-.e
tri.l is all t'-a. is necessary to convince
you. Sent to any a 'dress by exprf-ss on
receipt of price. M.djouly by the pro
Have purchased a $.800 stock of Shoes at 50
cents on the dollar to be sold at special sale
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
December 8 9 wl l . slaughtering priori
ISP A tandsome Booklet r?pre5sntir?g the Presidents of
the United States will be given to each customer.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE.
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
G. L.WYNE3 & CO.
We have this week received an impor
tation of French white china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line of Albums is
ahead of anything we haye
m had in the past in style, and
lower in pries. The new
shapes are very desirable.
BIBLES We have a large line of
the celebrated Holman fam
ily bibles: Also his self
pronouncing teacher's edi
tion. Call and examine these
and our Oxford and Bagster
FRAMES We are this year ai hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices much lower.
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
17031705 Second Ave., Rock Island, Telephone 1216.
402 Fifteenth street, Moline.
Piopilctonr oftbe Brady itraat
Ail fcn1 of Cot Flower constantly on hand.
u"Hjcc Boric of Ointri! parj.toe a.vatla
gold spectacles, eye glasses,
J. RAMSER& SON,
1827 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
& CO. STAND.
CAUSE CO B
Welt $4 50
5 50 4 75
5 50 4 75
5 00 4 76
offered. Call at our.
than ever before
GEORGE SCHNEIDER, -Successor
to Caxse & Co., 1622 Second Avenue
Paxtos. 111.. Nov. 6, "1892. T. H,
Thomas, Rick Island: Dear sir Please
find inclosed poual note for two boxes of
our wonderful kidney and liver pills
The pills that I got from you before did
me so much good tht I can ay !h:y are
the best that I ever used, having cleared
away th; gravel thul 1 v-9 troubled
with. I have recommended ihin '.0 my
friend3. , Yours very truly,
Paston, Fori Co., 1)1.
Thee Wonderful Pill- art'
sf ll at 25 cent? p-.r bottle b?
TH. THOAUS, Druggist.
Will soon be here.
Prepare for It,
BT BUYLNG YOTJK
Horses, dolls, shoefl e?. games,
sleds, drums, toilet cases, j ivel boxes,
shaving cases, manicures,
Smoking sets Albums.
Jointed Dolls, Kid Dolls,
Bisque Dolis, Rubber D ills.
Iron Toys. Tin Toys.
Wood Toys. Pewter Toys,
Salad Dishes, Silver Ware.
and all fancy goods in an endless Viriely
luwa. - 1 Brady itreeuDsveu.nrt U,