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by illKeaac, ahonbl write fur our aealed book,
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ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
Republican Congressional Norn-
nation Comes Easy.
8ESSI0N SHOUT ASD BUSINESS SWITT
CewTeaton A.hle. at Harper-.
ut" Throarh It Work With
l hf log Hp MU4 Adjoor.-Jion.ln.-tloby
"peeehofth. omlM-, ..dWlUon
Withdraw M4 All tiona Uiw Way.
The rennbliean ,
, . '"uLiDHiuniii eon-
Tcntinoflnonowl-th ,,istrjct of
, ".wmnitHt m Uoek Island In
lay and nominated Gen. I'hilin Sid
ney I'OSt. Of Cnln.ln, l.
- " 1-. nuu iinn i- I-
rencntod the nl.l T.v. j. ...!. f
, i . . illltlllt'l. Ill
the lower l.raneh of the national leg
islature for three terms. The nomi
nation of Ucn. Tost at the hands of
new district, mmr.rl.ii,, n,o
! 11 IIIU V
tie of Unrlr ir
W... .. .. """"'i- oiiii, aiar,
hltfcside. Henrv kkH t,.
ith the unanimity heretofore pre-
ll train j 1
The attemntnd :
np to the la,t possible moment, how
ever. an.d it was only the ex-eonsress-
man's i " . .. .. m ...
- . i'""H!.iii'ii neeunauon tnis
morninn' ttint nut a tn -ir.i.
t . , r- I hliVIIUlin
of his followers in hi lichaU.
C arrlwl It to Cambridge.
Vhile Post and his admirers from
ITnox were putting the finishing
tOneheS On hi ruilliliirn Inr
nation in Kock Island yesterday, the
f!o : j J . f . .
liiviinii was onwn at L,amirnige
making up a d,.i to knock out a
Kock Island man for state senator in
a swap for Henry county's support
for (iest after the lirst ballot. Hrnrv
county had lieen instructed for Wil
son for congress, but in order to get
his following after the complimen
tary vote. Kock Island turnt'd its
back on Henry Carse. of Kock Island,
who had been selected to succeed
Crawford as state senator, and went
over to Fisher, with the result that
the nomination came to him by ac
clamation. In addition to the light which the
Union had made for Gest, Steve Hull.
Steve Collins and Charley Walker
had been busily engaged as an en
gineering committee for (iest.
The declination f that gentleman
this morning and the subsequent
withdrawal of Wilson, of lleury. put
a new phase on the situation and li-ft
the field open to Fost. so that the
scheme manipulated at Cambridge
failed of significant effect in the con
vention proceedings, and in general
elTect simply deprived Kock Island
republicans of representation in the
upper house of the state law-making
Called to Order.
While the convention hour was set
for 11 o'clock at Harper's theatre,
there was hnlf an linnr'a ln n
consequence of the late arrival of the
Stark county delegation and the cau
cusing of the delegations on the
ground. When the eall-to-order
time arrived, Henry Emrich, of
Galesburg. chairman of the conres
sional committee, discharged the
duty. He expressed his pleasure at
me uiiit tievoivcu upon mm, and
stated that S. I'. lturn-ett. of Mnn.r
had been determined upon as tempo
rary cnairman. lie therefore prc-
senica nis name ana the convention
approved of the choice. Secretary
Thomas Diller, of Sterling, was
then inTited to read the call, which
he did. The temporary chairman
was then introduced. In nssuniin"
the duties, he made a short speech
expressive or his gratitude. I W.
Chandler, of Henry county, was nom
inated as temporary secretary and
The next duty being the selection
of a committee on credentials, the
following were selected: I. Jaeobscn,
of Henry: J. K. Sherman. Knox; K.
A. Nexvnll. Mercer: Dr. John Keiter,
KiK-k Island: A. V.. Jordan, Stark; J.
K. Adams, Whiteside.-
A committee on permanent organi
zation was appointed composed of:
tteorge it. nievyiting, iienrv; j. K.
I.anstrutn. of Knox; A. Y. Merritt. of
Mercer; Dr. C. Trucsdalc. Kock Isl
and; Joshua Grant. Stark; W. K.
A committee on resolutions was
selected as follows: II. D. Porter,
Henry; George W. Thompson, Knox;
G. K. Itcntly. Mercer; William Mc.
Conoehie. Kock Island :C. F.. Hender
son. Stark. Oscar Wood. Whiteside.
The convention then took a brief
recess to permit its committees to
discharge their duties.
When the convention reassembled
it rctKirtcd that each county was
fully represented, and the secretary
admonished the convention that h'e
would not delay the proceedings by
reading the names. The convention
was in a hurry and approved of the
The list of delegates admitted to
seats is appended:
Henry John I. Fox, H. D. Porter,
T. Scott Brown, S. V. Deem. James
Had sell, J. F. De Lancy, George II.
McClung. William Gillespie, G. A.
Carter, J. S. Ellingsworth, E. A.
Pratt. F. G. Wilson. L. W. Chandler,
J. F. Cox, A. E. Anderson, F. M.
Hammond, F. II. Pieree. Wilton
Krickcll. Dona Buck. 11. V. KuLer
Kock Island C. George. W. II.
Adams. Walter Johnson, J. K. Hol-
lowrhush. W. C Bennett V. O An
derson.J. li. Cornwall, T. J. Mur
phy, William Drurv, J. W. Simon
son, S. J. Collins, S. S. Hull, T. H.
Thomas, W. Butterworth, W. II. Car
penter, J. S. Bruner, C. P. Ohavcr,
J. Keiter, C. Truesdale. P. H. Wes-
.! N K Zieo-ler H H Knhh V II
Caldwell, K. 8. Montgomery.
unox v.i. mac-, uenry uordt.
THEARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. 1894.
C. E. Lanstrnm. A. II. Allen. W. O.
Lovejoy, G. W. Thompson. Julius
Shultz.Lce Johnson.Samuel Milburn,
B. F. Arnold, C. A. McLaughlin,
Henry Emricc, S. C. Pcttingill. J.
W. Stephens, O. L. Campbell, L. B.
Myers, F. 1). .Parsons, W. O. Dayton,
J. II. Merrill. E. A. Bartlelt. Jay
Sherman. B. F. Pitman, K. V. Allen,
George W. Potter. F. S. Beamcr, G.
W. Prince, G. U. Clark and J. F.
Mercer H. W. Hill, W. II. Bissell,
J. B. McFarlane. William Fuller. D.
G. Coe, J. B. Vanca, J. Y. Merritt.
C. E. Bently, li. A. Newell, A. S.
Mahcw. J. M. Koberts and Ira Noble.
Stark A. G. Hammond, Kdwin
Snare. H. P. Hopkins, Joshua Grant,
It. C. Jordan, C. T. Henderson.
Whiteside D. C. Waitc. J. C.
Snyder, J. W. Dinncer,D. J. Parker,
E. M. Pcekham. O. Woods. William
Annon, Bert Bcsse, W. II. Shaw. W.
E. Smith. Hugh Shannon, li. C. Wil
liams. F. W. Wheeler, Alf Smith, D.
I.. Miller. J. F. Atley. J. H. Adams,
The eo nun it tee on permanent or
ganization reported in favor of mak
ing the temporary organization per
manent. Dr. Truesdale put the mo
tion ami it was dopted.
The conven m then selected its
congressional committee for the year
Henry S. B. Dreem.
Knox Henry Emrich.
Mcrecr 1). M. Blazer.
Kock Island Walter Johnson.
Stark A. G. Hammond.
Whiteside J. C. Snyder.
The convention having reaehed the
point of nominating a candidate
for congress, Henry Emrich moved
the call of the roll of counties. There
was no response from Henrv. but
when Knox was reached, Hon.'G. W.
Prince arose, and in a speech he
traced the life of Gen. Post,
recounting his war record and con
gressional record and extolling his
virtues as only Prince can. The call
of counties was resumed. Mercer
was silent, tor Rock Island, Capt.
W. C. Bennett seconded Post's nomi
nation. So did Stark, through A. G.
Hammond's windy talk. Whiteside
offered its approval of Post. Then
the secretary called upon Henry. It
joined w ith "the rest, and Mercer, on
the second time around, through D.
(i. Cole moved the nomination Lv ar.
clamation and a rising vote.
Post lela Tbere Eaky.
The chair put the motion and all
stood up and cheered. Then a com
mittee of live on informing the nom
inee was suggested by a eolored del
egate. The convention caught the
sentiment and the chair named F. W.
Hammond, of Henry; S. W. Milborn.
of Knox; I. B. Vance, of Mercer; W.
C. Bennett, of Kock Island: A. G.
Hammond, of Stark, and J. W.
Dinncen, of Whiteside. The com
mittee met, elected W. C. Bennett
cliaitman. and went after its bird.
After swarming around the room a
omiple of times it lit on Post off ou
lie of the side aisles. Of course he
was overcome with surprise and im
pressed beyond speech when the
committee made kuown its mission,
lii' consented to accompany it to the
(apt. Bennett introduced him.
Thin the delegates opened their
m-'uths and yelled: some stamped
their feet, and others clapped their
hands. Then Post spoke. He was
d'i.py moved at the honor conferred
up ii "hi in, but he felt it no more than
he did the responsibility. He spoke
of the courtesy, the method, the pa
triotism, the harmonious tendency
of this act. on the part of the con
vei tion. He wanted to make friends,
he said, and he wanted to" thank
thioe who had supported him, and
the candidates who had withdrawn in
hi- favor. He seemed to feel that
the withdrawing business was a
pretty good scheme. He talked
about how he liked to receive letters
from his constituents. He wanted
them all to write to him. and if they
did not receive answers, to write
again. He alluded briefly to the tar
ifl. upholding the republican princi
ples, declared for bi-mctalism on the
coinage question, and after reiterat
ing that he was more grateful than
he eould say for the nomination, he
The sjiceeh cannot be said to have
made a visible impression, as it was
awkward, disjointed and anything
A delegate here reminded the chair
that the action making Mr. Post's
nomination by acclamation had not
yet been declared, and the chair at
tended to the oversight.
The committee on resolutions
presented the following, which were
adopted, and at 12:30 all was over:
hercas, j he results following re
publican administration of the affairs
ef our national government have
proven by test of time their value to
us as a people, and
Whereas, Doubt, disaster and
distress have followed democratic
administration of the nation's affairs.
we, the republicans of the Tenth
congressional district of Illinois in
convention assembled, reaflirm and
heartily endorse the principles as
enunciated in the republican plat
form of js'jz.
Resolved, That we declare un
swerving faith in and pledge anew our
allegiance to the party of progress.
Resolved, That the history of rep
blican legislation proves that labor
and all its interests have been best
conserved by the republican party;
that the present restrictions of for
eign emigration have been made by
it, and that we believe that when the
party is returned to power farther j
advancement will be made in the in
terest of labor in the United States.
Proaa Representative a.
The following press representatives
outside of Rock Island were present:
S. W. Grnbb. Galesburg, Republican
Register; R. W. Sweeney and W. O.
Lovejoy, Galesburg Mail; Henry Em
rich, Galesburg Plaindcaler; O. L.
Camplicll, Knoxville Republican; A.
Lieberkneaht, Geneseo Republic; Por
ter Geneseo, Swine Herd; Charles
Bent. Morrison Sentinel; Thomas
Diller, Sterling Standard; J. K.
Adams, Sterling Gazette; Capt. Par
ker, Kock Falls News; D. M. Blazer,
Aledo Times; C. F. Chandler, Kewa
nec Courier; W. S. Comstock, Cam
Post came, he saw, and took the
Wonder what Billy Mason thinks of
Rock Island now?
Wonder if the Union has become
Posted since it found out it Gest
Crawford was in town last night.
He says the politicians run things in
the legislative convention that the
honest men and farmers were for his
They did not need any of Billy
Mason's jokes at today's convention.
The whole affair was too big a joke
on the Union to necessitate anything
even of the Billy Mason type to" laugh
The poor Union has been duped
again. It made the strongest light
of its life for Gest's nomination es
pecially since the republican county
convention. Now this morning the
ex-congressman comes out and savs
he has not been a candidate since
that convention was held yet ho has
permitted the Union to undergo a
month's hysterics in his behalf. "
The republican senatorial conven
tion of the Thirty-third district at
Cambridge yesterday did business in
short order. The proceedings were
simply a string of formalities dis
posed of in the quickest time possi
ble. R. A. Smith, of Moline. was
chairman, and A. F. Baker, of Kcwa
nee, secretary. H. V. Fisher for sen
ator, and William Payne and J. C.
Stickney for representatives, and
nominated by acclamation in
accordance with a plan and agree
ment previously adopted. Then the
convention adopted resolutions en
dorsing Senator Cullom and pledging
its legislative candidates to his suj)
port, and adjourned.
Cnlted for I.lfe
At 8 o'clock this morning at St.
Anthony's church, in Davenport, oc
curred the marriage of Stephen T.
Murphy, of Rock Island, and Miss
Annie Waters, of Davenport. The
bride was attended by Miss Annie
Miclot, and the groom by Richard
Waters, brother of the bride. After
the ceremony the bridal party were
driven to the home of the bride's
mother, 207 East Sixth street, where
a sumptuous wedding repast was
served, and the day spent in a man
ner befittingthe event. Mr. and Mrs.
Murphy leave this evening on a late
train for Des Moines and other west
ern points, and returning, will make
their home in Peoria.
Stephen Murphy is one of Rock
Island's most popular young men,
and is at present an employ of the
R. I. & P. roilroad. with headquar
ters at Peoria, and has by his gentle
manly and sober habits won many
friends, with whom The Aitois joips
in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Murphv a
happy journey through life. Mrs.
Murphy is one of Davenport's well
known and highly esteemed young
At 'J o'clock this morning at St..
Patrick's church, Chicago, Rev.
Father Maekin performed the cere
mony which united for life Thomas
II. Dolly and Miss Sara Maekin. The
couple were attended by John Dolly,
brother of the groom, and Miss Ag
nes Egan. Mr. and Mrs. Dolly are
both well known in Rock Island, the
former being for a number of years
past a machinist at the Rock Island
arsenal, and the bride one of the
most estimable young ladies and a
niece of Rev. Father Maekin.
Mr. and Mrs. Dolly will shortly re.
turn to Rock Island and make their
home on Sixth avenue near Twenty
Miss Amelia Schneider, of Rock
Island, and William Broniwitz, of
Brooklyn. N. Y.. were married in
that city last evening at 7:30 at the
residence of the bride's sister, Mrs.
A. Meyer. The bride is well known
here, having lived here all her life at
the corner of Twcnty-lirst street and
James Shaughnessy, of Davenport,
and Miss Maggie Littig, of Kock Isl
and, were married at the bride's
home, H37 Second avenue, last even
ing at 7:30. The ceremony, was per
formed by Justice 11a wes."
Reduced Excursion Kate to the Eaat via
the B.C.B. K. Railway.
National Educational Association
meeting. Asbury Park, N. J., July I
10-13, 1894. One fare plus $2 for the
round trip. Tickets on sale from all
stations July 7 and tt. Good to re
tarn until July 29.
Annual meeting Young People's
Society of Christian Endeaver, Cleve
land. Ohio, July 11-15, 1894. One
fare for the round trin Tick-eta nn
sale from all stations July 9 and 10.
Good to return until Auc'l.
Annual meeting Baptist Young
People's Union, Toronto. Ont., July
19-22, 1894. One fare for the round
trip. Tickets on sale from all sta
tions July 17 and 18. flood to return
until Aug. 8.
ror further particulars inquire of
station agent or address the under
signed. J. MOKTOK.
GenT. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Milan, June 27. William Dickson
was papering at Vance's Tuesday.
Miss Bee Normoyle visited in Milan
Joseph Mclntyre left for Reynolds
C. li. Brandenburg painted the
front of Walher's store Tuesday.
A. S. Hayne, the popular salesman
of Chicago" was in town Tuesday.
Bert Sears is learning telegraphy
at the depot and it keeps him busy.
Rev. Alford and family returned
from a visit at Sibley. 111., Fri
day. D. T. Robertson left last Monday
morning for a tew weeks' stay tit
Mrs. Gotobcd and son Joe left
Tuesday for a visit to her son at Red
Our teachers are busy this week
attending the teachers' "institute at
The street and alley committee had
men at work mowing weeds on our
William Davidson's wife and sons
came last week to make Milan their
home for awhile.
The Awsrs' list in Milan is fast
growing. This shows the public ap
preciates a good paper.
Miss Addic Johnson has returned
after a 2-monlhs' visit to California
and the Midwinter fair.
Those unsightly garbage and lum
ber piles on Fourth . and Dickson
streets should be removed.
There has been some talk of start
ing an A. P. A. paper in town, but
we guess it will never happen.
Machinery, etc., for drilling the
artesian well is arriving daily, and
work will commence by the 1st of
There are about half a dozen of
fenders against the ordinance pro
hibiting cattle running at large, and
they should bo looked after.
Milan is very busy at present get
ting ready for" the "Fourth. A cele
bration will be held on Lowell island
and the usual program given.
Engineer McGee has purchased
a new wheel, and to see him ride
would make your hair stand "on
end." He goes like lightning.
John Wittrick, formerly groom at
Dr. H. J. Huyett's, who left a few
weeks ago with'Lem Eckert for Ken
tucky, returned home last Thursday.
George W. Smith will leave Friday
evening for a visit at Kansas City.
George has not been there for quite a
number of years, and his many
friends will "be pleased to see him
Alvin Johnson came near losing an
eye the other day while attempting
to shoot fireworks. The piece ex
ploded, burning his eye very badly.
Dr. Wiggins attended him, and
thinks the eye can be saved.
There seems to very stringent
rules against laborers riding on the
canal engines. Why not hitch on a
couple of Hat cars each evening and
haul the men somewhere near town,
being as their wages have lecn re
Milan is bound to be lighted up, as
Monday the gasoline wagon sold oil
at w holesale and retail, and Tuesday
the way the kerosene wagon de
livered oil seems as if the people
won't be in the dark, even if we have
no electric lights.
While running through some sand
in front of the new M. E. church,
Fred Honens lost a fine gold watch
and never missed it till a couple of
hours after. He returned and found
the watch still there, right in sight of
the many people who passed.
Dr. H. J. Huyett will soon have as
fine a private telephone as there is in
the county. The wires, two in num
ber, will connect with Dr. Huyett.
Srs'. residence, one wire being in the
ground and the other in the air. The
instruments are of the finest make
A Happy Ending.
Ottekville, Va. For 15 years I
was a great sufferer from dy'spepsia
and nothing relieved me until I tried
Simmons Liver Regulator. This is
the best medicine in the world. I
am now in good health Mrs. N. J.
Collins. Your druggist sells it in
powder or liquid. The powder to be
taken dry on made into a tea.
Office of Comptroller of the Currency
Wamiikhtok, Jnne 17, 13M Whereas, by aat
lafactonr evidence prraented to tie undersigned,
it baa been made to appear ihat the People
National Bank, of Kock Island, In the city of
Hoc Island, tn the county of Km k Island and
state of Illiuois. has compiled with all tbe pro
Tisions of she ret of conRress to enable national
banklnc associations to extend their corporate
existence and for otber Parnate," approved July
bow, tberefoie, I. Oliver P.Tucker, deputy and
acting COtnntrollrr of thA rn
certify that the People's national Ban. of Kock
Island, in the nty or I ock Islund, iu the connty
of Rock Island and st'tcof Iliiuois. Is aulhoriiel
to lire ruvrergion for the period spec tied in its
amended articles of aesociatiou. namuly, nnUl
cioeeof bueinva 01 Jnue IT, 1914.
1 , In txetimony wheeof wiuv ss my
i seal, f baud and ami of office tfaia lTUi day
' 1 of June. 1994.
A. P TUCKER.
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency.
PROPOSALS FOR .FRESH BIEP. Head
Quarters Deoartment of the llissoar:.
Offic 1 Chief Uommiwary of Subsist nee, Chicago,
III., Way SB. IMtt. Healed proposals, in triplicate,
accompanied by written j arantce (In duplic Ie)
sinned by two responsible prra 1 will be r
ceived at this IB and at I be office of the Ac'lng
Otmmiiteary of Subsistence at fort Hill, okla ,
uum 11 u ciock m., murraay. jane 2H, at
which time and place tbey will be opened In the
pretence of bidders for furnishing sack quanti
ties of frerh beef as may be rpanirvd nv tk. eub-
eistence nepaitaseat at Fort Mil. Okla , front
July 15, 1891. to Jane 30. isia. Blanks for t o-
posais ana cirraur 01 insuueu ns to bidden,
givine full Information, furnish d ou application
to tbts office or to tbe A. C. . at the post.
It ia exureaely andentood tha' the coo
ttaeta made under Ihia advrrtbeuwnt shall
Lot be con. trued to Invo're the Called State la
any obligation for payment in excess of the ap
propriation granted by corgeess for the purpose.
Sovclopes ooalainiur proposal should be
marked, "Proposal for Fresh Beef." and ad
dressed to the undersigned, or to the A. O t..
Fort Sill. Okla. i. U. OILMAN, Major and C.
b , U. B. A., Chief Coat. Cuba.
A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN.
A Page From Her History.
Tne Important experiences of others are
Interestluit. The following la no exception:
"I liuil tioen troubled with heart di.seum 1
years, nim-n ot mat lime very srriouslv. For
five years 1 was treated bv one sib viirin r.in
tlnuously. I was la business, but obliged to
slclan told my friends that I could not live a
month. My foot and limus were badly swol
len, and I was Indeed la ascrlou condition
when a gcntleninn directed niy attention to
Ir. nllca' New Heart Cure, ami said that his
slater, who hud lieen nftllcted Willi lieart dis
ease, liuil lieen cured by flic remedy, nnd was
ho.ii m 1.1 "Hi;, nvmiuy woman 1 pt:reuHstd
bottle of the Henri Cure, nnd In les than
nil hour after taking tbe first doso I jcould
feol a decided Improvement in tbei lrciil.-.lleo
Of my blond. When I hud InUn , l.n.l.-. .. 1
could move ray ankles, sometlilnir 1 had not
uuuu iur iiionbuN.iinu. my limits nua rtecn swol
len no loug tbut ttiey seemed almost pulrlticd.
Before I bad taken one boltlo of the New
Heart Cure the swelling bud til pone down,
and I was so much better that I did my own
t . f y PT-",DnJunuawoo st others ure
lutein '"is uiuauie remeuy. - iirs. Alorzan.
669 W, .Harrison Rt-Chlcatro. 111. 6
lr. Miles- New Heart Cure, adlseoveryof nn
eminent SnocllilLsl In henrr .il..,.. l.i.i 1...
all druggists ou a positive RUHranu.-c.or scut
by the f'r. Milea Medical Co-.Ukliart, Ind .on
receipt of price, f I pur lUI. six tmitles f..r
sKoAire preuaiu. 11 la positively inw fruut
Notice to Contractor.
Seated pmiisal will be rM-cived at the city
July Ii, 1S91, at So'cloka. 13 tor constructing
cicru s omre, kock island. III., until Mnndav.
the im prove .uents ordered hy an ordinance ef
saia ciiy, entitled -An ordiuauce for tha im
provement of Kinhteeutli street from theouth
avenue, all in the city of Kork Ulan. I. lii.''.
uue 01 ocvenin avenac to tne norta Hue or Eiiraih
psssed April Hi 1-f 1. and for ftrnisb ne the ma
terials ard doing th- wotk according to the plans
and speciiirations aa f e at the c ity clerk office.
ah oius musi tie accompanied wttD a emitted
check iu the i-um of Smn. payable tn tbe order of
he mayor of said city, whieh shall become f.ir-
irned tosaid city tn ra3 the bidder rliall fail te
enter tate contract with approved sureties to exe-
wsie ine wora tor me price mer.tioned in his bid,
and according to the plans and speciScstions ir
the event that the contract should he awarded tc
Kock Irland, 111., Jonc ST. taot.
A. D. Ill KSlStS. City Clerk.
Notice to Contractor.
Scaled proposals will be received at the Mty
clerk' office. Kock Island. III., until Mo, ..Iur.
July 10. 114. ats o'clock p m.. for constructing
ioe imitrnvemcnia ordered ty n ordinance of
sain city, entitled "An ordinance for the ira
provement of r nth avenue from the evt line of
seventeenth street to the west line of EiL'htt-enth
stn ot. all n the city of Hock Inland, 111.," passed
Jnne 11. IMH, and forfnmishinall the materials,
anu diiiiii the work accordinir to the, plana and
speeuirniions ou nie ai inetity cierK 9 ouice.
All bid must be accomoftmed with a evtrttflmt
check in the sum of (MO. payable to tbe er-
uer or tne mayor or said cny. which shall be
cWe forfeited to said city in case the bidder shall
tan to enter Into contract with attnmwe
sureties to execute the work for the price
mil. u klVTUi 1. 1 I .iip I'lll ailU HI. l.U U 1 11 in iua pian
sou s iteciii cauij 11- in me e mi mat tne contract
ball be awarded to him.
Contractors are teouired tofurnish fii ssmnles
01 urica wiin wnicn wora 19 to Be Ooue. Uritk
usea in tne won must correspond with the eam-
piec in uuB'eyzinj sivie.
Rock Island, Ii:., Jane 27.
A. D. Ut ASISO. City Clerk.
Notice to Contractor.
Sen'ed proposal will be received at the eitr
clerk's office. Hock island. 111., until Mnnria..
July IB. 1S4. at 5 o'c'ioek p, tn.. for constructing
me improvements ordered ty an ordinance of
said city, entitled "An ordinance for the Im-prevem'-nt
of Sixteenth street from the sou'h
line of ThirJ avenue to tbe north line of Feurh
avenne, all in the city of Kock Island, 111.,"
pssstd June 11. Vtt.and fur furnishing all the
materials, and dnlui; the work aerordini, to tin.
ptnns aud svccilica'.ions on file at tbe ci!y clerk's
All bids mnrt he accompanied wish a eertittVI
check in tbe suin of (iimi, payable to the oroer
or tne major 01 said city, which shall become
forfeited to said city in ca the bidder shall fail
to eater into contract with approved sureties to
execn'e the work for the price mentioned In bis
bid and according to ihe plan and specification
in tbe event that Uie onlrict slall be awarded to
t:ontraetrrs are n quired to furn'sh six samp'es
vTiusimwaicn wora 1 to re done, tsrick
usen in tne wora mast correspond with the ram
plea In uualitv and sty c.
Hock islatd. 111.. June 7. Wl.
A.D. HI USING, City Cierk.
HrKCIAIi MAtTEK'M HALL
STATU OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Island Colutt, f B
In the circuit court, in chancery:
IbomasS. Silvis. vs. Ida 8. Jamerron. Belle
Smith, Alice Smith, Clara B bmith and Hlch-
ard S. t ilvls. Partition general No XfiSt.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of said court entered In the above entitled
cause on the 7th day of June. A. D. 1KM. I shall
on Saturday, the 14th day or July. A. li. ISM. at
the honr of ! o'clock In the afternoon, at tbe north
dorr of the court house, tn the city of Kock Island,
in said county of Kock Island, to satisfy said de
cree, sell at pnblic vendue to tbe big-beet
bidder upon the fellowing terms that cer
tain parcel of land, situate in tbe cocnty 01
hoc Island and siate of Illinois, known and de
scribed as follows, to-wit :
The west seven eight (X) of the east half of
the aoutbwest fractional quarter socth of the
Indian boundary lior, of acction thirty-two S2),
In township ciglileen (18), north of ranze one tH,
eaat of the Fourth prlncinal meridian, containing
abmt fifty-one aud eighteen one-hundredth
tM 18-100) acres of land. uie)win all the estate
and right of dower of said Belle Smiti therein aa
widow of A.bert U Smith, deceased.
Terms or Sale One half rash down at the
time of said sale, and ether half upon a credit of
one year with interest at the rate of 6 per cent
per annum from tbe time of ench sale, said de
ferred payment to be secured bv mortgage upon
the premises said; with tbe option to the pur
chaser to pay tho whole of said purchase prioa tn
cash If so desired.
Dated at Kock Island this lath day or June.
A. D. 1834. 1IAMOLI) A. WKLu.
Special Master in Chancery.
Bbibt Ccbtu, Complainant' solicitor.
Every PAIR WARR1XTEB by
TCLLEY KB. 4 CO.,
Our " WOH I-KOOBT I tha
best apactada mad. Pgr
further parUculara apply to
T. H. THOMAS. Druo-ciat anil ftwti
xjes tested tree ol charge.
- rrt f
Kotlre to Stockholders.
To tbe stockbotders of Ihe Home Building and
N .tine Is lMwhv Viva t l.at ih......i .
Of the atorkbnldera of asid --i..- m l.?
office of said aasotUUoa la the city of Mora il
and. h emby CAaaa. President
K. A. OoiALiMoa, Cec.
MARK WHERE THEY STAIO.
Around Their Names are Traced the
Records of Success.
And in the Minds of Those Who
Read the Facts They Print, No
Elements of Doubt Can Live.
An interesting serial reading at
times almost like a romance and
proving that faets are indeed stranger
than liVtion, has marked the publica
tion by Drs. Stackhotise and Daniel
of personal statements from well
known men and women who have
been cured by their treatment since
they have established their business
in Davenport. They are now enter
ing upon the fourth" season of their
IU. JOSEPH A. DAXIF.L.
iucccssful siieei.il nr-t;o ; , t.
three cities, and a brief rnr!i ..r ti.
work done in that ti mo ia not nut nt
place. The records show the follow
mg number of cases treated:
aiarrn, Throat and Lungs.
54: Nervous Diseases. 7.r? Itl.ul Tn.l
Skin Diseases. 413: Knntnrn -t
Other chronic diseases not eiasci.
Fully 95 per cent of th
cases were cured permanently and
thoroughly. Dr. Daniel.
appears in connection with this arti
cle, has been honored by his medical
colleagues to the office of vice-presi
dent ol the American Association of
r-xpt-ri .specialists. Irs. Stackhousa
and Daniel are the nnlr nlircin;...
the state of Iowa, with'onc exception,
who arc members of this association.
ihe season of the Year renil. ra it
the best os.sille tiii'ie lo Imva ll
catarrhal, throat and lung troubles
suecessiuiiy ireateil. Nature will
aid greatly to the cure if begun now.
a sum m me wise is suiuctcnt.
Drs. Stackhouse & Daniel.
McCllllono-h rtnililino- lot u
Third street, between Ilrady and
t .:n t..A-...A.. ,
...i u, vuinti i, tua a.
Offlr Tf IMH Q . i a . - . .
---- - .... i. in , uj sou i m a
P. m. ; Sundays. 3 to t p. m. only.
brBCIATIES-Catarrh. Asthma. Disease of
the Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat and Lnnga. Nervou
Disease. Blood and Skin ni... t.S-
Rupture Curei Xox.lvi?!
No blood drawn No losa of ti til A
Cure positive and legally guaranteed.
3 New Organs, worth f 85 fCI
1 " "135 K5
1 115 78
1 2d-hand Onran 50 95
2 2d-hand S!i 21)
1 2d -hand Piano 75 , 40
1 2d-hand 125 75
One Fine Ore an. almost new snrih
IKK), at 70.
One Wood 7-octave son niann
at f75. ' r
One Good Orcan if taken at
at 20. "
1717 Second Are. Rock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Molina.
ehsol EleeilM tlr.
flection will bo kiminrne metaher of the
ouarain niiacsnoa, WBM-a elrctK n W11 be held
Z?r "'"tea Livery stable on Third arcana be-
city, and will be opened a 8 etock In l 0 aaora
ingandeoutina.d;herearicr anui f o'clock la
am ihwi, viidm Jim m, ISM.
r Tuoa.J. Mkwll, Mayer. .
' AnUnd f
I Summer Gloves 1
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