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tU complaints Tjecnliar
Our Purpose In Advertising
is to let erprybody who buys clothiER that's all Man
kind about know that our suitings are in, and
ttat tins finest ever displayed ia the city. You are lea
pectfully Invited to call and see the latest in patterns
J. B. ZIMMER,
Sec our nobby spring and summer suits.
Call and teave your order
Stab Block Opiotx Hakpkb Housk:
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INCUKl'UKATEII I K DEB TDK 8TATK LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Kock Island, III.
0n T from 9 . m. to 1 p. m., and Satnrday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
F ivc j-tr cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security,
V. L. MITCHELL, Prx'i. F C. DEXKMANN, Vice Preat. JJ If BCFOED, Cashier
V. U Mitchell. F. C. UTk"nnr. John Crnrnnrh. Phil Mirenctl, H,P. Ball, L. Simon.
. W imrs .1. M. Bufnnt, 4ohn Volk.
Jackson 11 c us x. boliciturs.
Bcimh business July i. 1..W., ani occupy tbt southeast comer of Xitcboll Lyude's new bnlld'.ne
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
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OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Bhop on Vine Street FOCK ISLAND.
City 'Bus and Express Lino.
For Hits or Express Line Ulephone 1111, and you will receive
TIMBEKULKE ft EPEZfCEB, Frcpi.
A MEDICAL BOOK worth
IK)L1.AR.S, wnt for 10 cents in
tl l'or Hot tie at Druinrlrft.
60c Trial Size sent by mail.
letters for advice Harked .
"Consulting Ih-tmrtinent" are
seen by our pkysicinus only.
xonmonx woicmt co.
II. II. I'nlnmn Mm-'.
LATEST NOVELTIES IX
CAN BE SEKJf AT
E. P. DOUX,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE.
Harper House Block.
1803 Second Avenue;
fori iU: in ll-ii. W.JT XVV1
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WELL KNOWN RIVER MAN.
Mr. A. M. Hertzberg, the Popular
Steamboat Engineer, with the
Van Sant & Musscr Trans
He Kxprcses Himself as Well Tleascd
M'ith the Treatment or Drs.
Staekhoiise and Daniel
Inch Uronht Almiit
His Recent Re
hundreds of miles np
the Mississippi, from
jint, there are few men better
known or morn liiriii- r.t,
than Engineer A. M. Hcrtzlierj;, of
the Van Sant & Miusor Transjorta.
tion ronipan-. The statement that
Mr. llerttx r makes public in these
columns today possess a pecular in
terest, ami is '.f utmost importance
to thousands of residents of the three
cities and their environments.
ESGi:;F.r.it a. m. iieutzueim.
For a lm time." said Mr. Ilertz
ber?. ! have experienced a sreat
deal of trouble from catarrh in its
most severe forms. My evesi-rht be
came affected, and my eves were at
times watcrv ami verv weak. I had
more or less hea iacln1 ncarlv all the'
time, with occasional attacks of diz
ziness. Mv hearing for the pat vear has
been cry bad, und as constantl v
prowin'worse. I had throat troub
les, too, that were very annoying.
The freiiuctit reports of cures per
formed ly Drs. Stacklionse and Dan
iel in cases where other phvsieians
had failed, induced me to " take a
course of treatment at their insti
tute. From the very lirst 1 began to
improve. My progress has ever
since continued steadily and without
interruption. To say that I am well
pleased with the results of their suc-ces-ful
treatment in rov case does
not sufficiently express the hijjh es
teem in which I bold these phvsi
eians ami their methods. I am more
than pleased, nnd am glad to recom
Mr. Hertzberjj has always resided
in Davenport and LcC'laire, in the
same county. His home at present
is at LcC'laire.
For trptmont iiipdirincti and iM-nirca in aM
ra s of Cnrnrrh or k'ltdr e! ailnien h, theri i no
c nnn- In vxc of f " a month at ino Stuc'-h use
tfedtrul institute. At thi- low rnti ih .unnUvd
everything nucfary to etVcct a lh'ironli cure.
TREATMENT 15 Y MAIL.
Writ fr cvniptoin hbitist and varticulnr of
Prrt. Murkhrue kihI iMiia-IV y:rni of home
trtratrnvnt fur ttw wi.o cnuol conveniently
iit Uivm ul tbc.r oftlccs.
Stackhouse Medical Institute
URBINESTACKIIOUSE, M. D.
JOSEPH A. DANIEL, M. D.
SPSiIIATIKS C'atarri. As'.hma. Diseased or
ths Eye, Ea'. T?o?p, Th o..t olid l.nrCT, Nrrwns
IMiu.cj, i'loud tnii Skiu lJipcooi. Chronic 1 a
cacs. t)lBt-e n iirs - 9 a. rn. to 1 2 m . S to 4 and 7 to fc
o. m. ; Sun-lav. H to r p. til. only.
Rooms 17 and If Whitakcr Duilding.
(First Floor. Tike tl e F.lcvaio:.)
SOLTUWEST COKKKU Iil!AtY AND TIIII:I
DAVENPORT, - ' - IOWA.
PiTmanent'y established, ccntra'.lr locatad,
Parties desiring to build the com
ing season will do well to call at our
office before making their arrange
ments. We will build houses for
parties buying lots from us. either in
our addition, or the Columbian park
addition, and accept reimbursements
for the house on the monthly install
ment plan. We can save you from
$100 to $:500 on nil contracts made
before the building season opens.
We have several new houses, we will
sell at reasonable prices, and easy
terms. Rakth & Baiicock,
Dentists, 1724 Second avenue.
Notice is licrcliy fiven that n Tn-wdsv. the
third day of April. IsW, in th? city of Rock lal
an 1,111 . an election w.ll be held for ths fo'luw
iuir odiccri, to-wit :
nneAliiernania llif Hr.-t waul for two vcnr.
One Aldor.uan lo tile mm il ward for to
On.) Aider-nan in the Third ward forto yen.
line Aldirmau lu the Fourlh Wjid fur two
Ono AMennnn in the Fifth warn for two years.
One Alilcmau in the Sixth a-d for two o.irs.
One AlJurmin in the bevtmh ward for two
One Snpentlsor for two yearns-
Two A.ita'it siip-n-isorrt for twj years.
t-n- Ajses.or for o .e year.
' Tie Collector for one ye.ir.
Which election will bi: open at T o'clock in the
irortiinif ai:d con inne open until oo'oiock in the
uf-erncoo of trnt dy.
Pl-e of regiatr-tion nnd vo'.in ) o Is will be
as ful lows .
Urn Ward Franklin Tose Bouse
Second Wa'd -I'bo'iitx U e llon.e.
hir.i Ward No. 18 4 Tb.'rd avenue.
Konith Ward So. 1914 Thirl avenue
fif h Ward Hose Uuuev, No. 5ii Twenty-;cc-
onu stre.'t .
Sixth Ward Cable IIoc IIou?c.
Seventh Ward No 7 School onse.
A. D. bt esino, CUT and Town Clerk,
Rock Irland, III., March 7. 1HM.
The fop.irtnerhi existing helween J. D.
lllrik-. fliiri 1' V Iturlrn nnrtf.lll atvll. an.-i firm
nitme of Blake A Burke ir this ilay dissolved by
inu'nai consent nn1 agreement ineitioj. u.
Blake to to pay all liabilities of the said arm, and
Is to collect all claims dae tbe said firm.
J. D. Br ak,
T. r. Busks: .
Bock Island, 111 , March 5, 18M.
WEDNESDAYS MARCH 7, 1894.
COUNTY 111 Il.DIMJ.
3 Albert II. Thompson to George
W. Walker, lots 12, 18, 14. 15 and Ifi,
block 2, Stewart's Second add.. South
John F. MeKibben to Jonas Rear,
lot 1, block 2, John Rnford's add.,
Kock Island, nnd part !ots 37 and 38,
assessor's plat of 18G4, $3,000.
5 A. W. Wadsworth to Ship Sil
vis, lots 51 and 52, First add. to
Edjewood Park. Roek Island, $650.
Edward Spiegel to M. T. L. Wriyht,
lot 19, First add. to Edgewjrod Park,
Rock Island, $1,100.
M. F. MctJinn to A. W. Wads
worth, lots 17 and IS, block 8,
Browning & Ryder's Second add.,
Moline, lot 12. (lover1 add.. Rock
Island, and part outlot 2. block 4,
Fairmount add., Moline, $25.
Charles R. Surr to Frederick II.
Pahl, el lot fi, block 1, Cornelius
Ljnde's add.. Rock Island, $S00.
.r Guardianship of Daniel C. Me
Connell. Guardian's bond tiled and
approved and letters issued.
Estate of Abraham Weayer. Proof
of notice and publication tiled. In
ventory tiled and approved. Claim
ed H. 1". Knox allowed at $140.
Estate of Magadalena Krone. In
the matter of the application of the
administratrix to sell note and mort
gage. Proof of publication and hear
ing. Market value of note found to
be $415, and order that administra
trix sell same according to law.
Estate of William J. P.ollman.
Proof notice, etc. Claims allowed.
Estate of Grace W. Keator. Proof
Guardianship of Daniel C. Swank.
Petition for sale of real estate. Proof
of publication and service on wards.
Hearing. 1'ond tiled and approved
and order of sale.
Estate of Nelson W. Cheney. Re
linquishment of right to administer
by next r.f kin in the state of Illinois
tiled, and nomination by them of
John A. Wilson. Uond filed and ap
proved, and letters of administration
issued to him.
5 Estate of Amelia Llovd.
der closing estate.
Estate of Christian Letlcr.
ministratrix's final report tiled
order nisi by April 2 prox, and
administratrix give notice thereof by
Estate of William Miller. Proof of
death. Will admitted to probate.
Letters testamentary issued to Wil
liam and James Miller. liond
Estate of E. II. Rowman. Inven
tory tiled and approved.
l.state of l'atrick Lrennan. In
ventory, appraisement bill and
widow's award tiled and approved.
LirctiKt'd to W1.
March 3. Ilenrv D. Mahlstedt,
Jennie Riley, Port Rvron.
o. G. AIcAdam, Sarah C Man
Nets J. Johnson, Davenport ; Emma
M. Carlsou. Rock Island.
& Lmle Qtrl's Eido lerce in a L'ehttou'c.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach, Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four tears old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere '-handful
o- bones." Then she tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They say Dr
King's New Discovery is wort h its
weight in gold, yet you may try a
bottle free at llu'rtz Az Ullenieyer's.
stuexoxji and health".
If you are not feeling strong nnd
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
GrijijM''1 has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Bitters. This remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach anil
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Bitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 50c. at "llartz & Ullemever's.
BLCKLEN S A KMC A SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin crup,
tions, and positively sures piles or
no pay required, ft is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullcmeyer
Suicide Caused by Suspended Tension.
Ci.ncIS.nati, March 7. A Commercial
Gazette social from Colitia. O., says
George V. Sherries, an ex-Union soldier
who hml spent nineteen months in An
uersonville unil I.ii.i., :.
i . "-v t'lirnos mint; uim
sclt. lie had crown despondent over the
"""'"-"0""1 "i uls pension or fig a tuuutu.
- roocn x.(im.i lur -.a:B.
Pauis, March J. The declaration in a
sp-ecli by Lord Dufferin that the pros
liects for European peace are even bright
er tliiiu in 1Sj:i has produced nu excellent
impression in France and in England. The
I- i-eiich papers applaud the speech of the
The Vulue of Coins. i
The value of gold coin is in its
weight, the value of silver coin is the
government stamp on it. The value
of Simmons' Liver Regulator is the
relief it gives from biliousness and
sick headache. A 25-cent package of
powder has permanently cured many
For Over Fir :y Tear.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing syrup has
been used lor children teethino-. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures w ind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cen'a a bottle
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Save your coupons and get The
Awii s art library.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
For Sale Second-hand Hall safe,
in A 1 condition. A. B. Brightman,
"Gathered Jewels of Song" is a
valuable work to be prized by all
lovers of music.
The formal eleclion call has been
issued today by City Clerk Hiiesing,
and appears elsewhere in The Ak
avs. The monthly installment plan M ill
buy dwellings in choice streetcar
neighborhoods. Price from $G50 to
$1,000 E. II. Guyer.
The friends of Polie Myers in the
lower end of town will g"ive a benelit
ball at Roche's hall Saturday eve
ning. All who are interested in this
good cause are respectfully invited
The will of the late William Mil
ler, of Taylor Ridge, was admitted
to probate" yesterday, lie bequeaths
all his property to his children and
grand-children! The estate is quite
extensive and valuable.
The Modern Way
Commends itself to the well informed
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was formerly done in the crudest
manner, and disagreeably as well.
To cleanse the system and break up
colds, headaenes and fevers without
unpleasant after elTccts, use the de
lightful liquid laxative remedy, Syr
up of Figs.
s ;f- ocj'H y
C.AM3LE CO.. CIM-tl.
American Catarrh Care.
The American Catarrh Cnrc is the result of 26
years study and treatment of the disease. One
bottle convinces the most skeptical. It Is alwars
ready fr use. neeflinp neither doocher nor atom
izer. It restores the hearinc. cures the hawkinv
caoga a-id exp!Ctoruunc, removes t.h headche
anJ nose bleeriitics. incn ases the anoet te, pro
duces sound sleep, invigorates th wh l svslem
and inerea-cs the vita'ity. Prepared only by W
r, tn. r,,, i.urm liieveniu street.
Philadelphia, or niailcd anywhere for St
For rnls by ail drasrists. Hartx Pahnsen.
nholesnleavnt-, S.'Uai.d2JS Mucteenth street,
hi ck Island.
LABOR, TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made.
For Washing Machine Use.
lyARIOCS I HALSTOM.
(Successor to B. WKKDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Street.
Fit and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best
Cleaning and Repairing Done.
with you by buying a nice new parlor suit from us.
W. S. HOLBROOK'S,
103, 1C5, 107 E. Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
t OC Buys a ladies' fine Dongola button boot, all
v solid counter and insole, patent tip, worth
t 1 CQ Buys a ladies' fine Dongla boot, button, on the
Vi..jj new square toe last, or Picadilly, patent tips,
easily worth $2.
CtO Qf Our shoe at this price knocks 'em all out. You
r vv must see our $2 line to appreciate it.
CO Kf) Greatest snap of all. We just received them.
r -'-' Ladies' extension sole, patent tip, square toe,
worth $3. See them.
We would advise you to be in time, as some
of these bargains won't last always.
1623 Second Ave., Under Rock Island House.
WE ARE IN
We have just received the newest, neat
est and most srylish novelties in Footwear
for this spring and summer.
In our Exclusive Styles in Half Shoes and
In Tan and Black
In All Materials.
WE CAN PLEASE YOU.
Cor. Second and Harrison Sts.
The ibeiuugh laatracUon given at tUa School Is varited by moca than M0 dlbraot Feopl
aatng their Stbdeata
112 and 14 East Second Street, DAYfiNPOUT, IO WA.
Get your wife a little
present from our Furniture
store. It will surely please.
We have no cupidity for
your money. A little of it
works wonders in your deal
ings with us. What makes
the house a home? That
which goes in it. Mainly
FURNITURE. Have you
seen our new Parlor Goods?
Artistic and good, but very
CHEAP. Consumate crea
tions of cute workmen.
Make love comfortable