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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24. l&ifS.
THE AUG US.
tTibii5kt: rieiiv ja eeciy - au second
A veto Back Island EI.
J. W. POTTES,
ISttil-iiMilr. tn cents per week. iir,
ts.in per uino; In sdvaceefl.SO.
All coian d uicuion of a critics! cr ioaeiitv
ave chiructer, political cr reUoca neat ha
real cams attached for pnblfcttion. Ro sacb
'.rticZct will foe printed m r BrXtiona signatures
Corre?ionderioe eo'icited frn evr township
In Kock lelard county.
TlIlKSDAV, JAXLAUV 21, lS9.r.
The string hns been nianipuIatcJ
once more and once more silence
pervades the Union sanctum.
Tom Caktkic. ilie ex-book acnt,
who has been cloctml by the republi
cans. United States senator from
Montana, is a beaut" in the way of a
Over 13,000 corporations were cre
ated in this country last year, with
an authorized capital of $3,017,522,
170. It would be interesting to
know how much was investment and
how much wind and water.
The senate committees were
named at i-ipriojrtield yesterday.
Senator Fisher is chairman of the
insurance committee and a member
nf the committees on banks and
banking, and senatorial apportion
ment. Ai.KHO iJEMOfKAT: Should the Itock
Island county republicans present
the name of William II. Gest as a
canui''a!e and he should receive the
nominator, we would ask nothinjj
better than that Cable should be
nominated by the democrats. The
result would be the same as in 1'J0.
The most scnsiMe adjustment of
the money question was approached
yesterday, w hen .Senator Smith, dem
ocrat of New Jersey, introduced a
bill for a non-partisan currency com
mission ti formulate a consistent
currency plan for the country. Let
Ms pray that such a course will be
POSTMASTEK GF.NF.KAT. IJlSSEI I. is
cow engfafjed in a system of mail de
livery by street cars. The idea is to
have a postal clerk on the mail car
whose business it is to distribute the
mail and drop it off at stations near
est its destination where it will lie
receive.! by other clerks who will
distribute it. Routes have already
lieen established in some of the larger
cities and the service will be extend
ed as rapidly as possible.
Tiik defeat of Senator Washbnrn
for re-election by (iov. Knutc Nel
son, of Minnesota, is a recognition of
the more conservative idea of tariff
reform. Knute Nelson is after the
manner of man of F.ditor Joe Medil!
on the tarilT. He is for moderation,
and hence the democrats assisted in
giving him the advantage over his
hiijh tariffed predecessor who was
loaded down with McKinley protec
tion to such an extent as to swamp
him just as it will McKinley event.
Kiuiit countries of Kurope im
ported last year l.!4, 000,000 bushels
f corn, most of it from the United
States. Farm land has declined in
volnme during this depression. Our
corn crop last vear was worm ;...
000,000. asrainst 1700.000.000 in W2.
Hav, $4.i,tHKt.0;)O. against $371.0'H,-
000 in Wheat, $22G.lnW.ttO.,
against $(7.r.00t).(i00. Oats, H,-
OOO.Otn). against $150,000,000. Pota
toes. $91,000.00'). against $81,000.00 )
Tobacco, $27,000,000, against $13,
000,000. Toekf. is a report that the Hon.
James Stephen Hogg, some time
governor of Texas, and an inveterate
pursuer of trusts and plutocrats is
to have a morning newspaper at
Dallas, and is to be "backed by M.
Louis and Texas capitalists.'" (Iov.
Hojrsr would never receive anv favors
from capitalists. He would keep
such persons in iron cages, n possi
hie. To attribute to him the in ten
tion of depending in his business
upon plutocratic aid must be mon
(Jen. Liens Faikchild is verv
much of a fanatic in his ideas of the
adiustment of labor troubles, and his
remarks at the Ohio club banquet in
Chicago, that he is sorry now that
he with others poured out blood and
gold to tave the republic, if the
young men of after generations are
not to preserve ;t. is exceedingly un
patriotic as well as egotistical. With
all honor and glory to the battle
scarred heroes of "CI, of which Gen.
FairchiM is one. it was cot the spi-it
tbat be now voices that put down
the rebellion. It was cool-headed.
" unflinching patri'-tispi, and let it be
said, too. that when the emergency
arises, no matter where, there will
"be just as many yoticg men to spring
to the nation side and without al
ter rexret. either, as there were when
Gen. Fairchili and his gallant com
rades responded to the rail tc the
Oh! Mr Bark.
A good many tired men and women
rould get rid of that pain in their
back if they wold try Parks' Sure
On re for the Liver and Kidneys.
The trouble is usually there, a'nd
Parks' Sure Cure reaches'and cores it.
Isold by IlarU & VUemejer.
VELVET COFFINS FOR TWO.
They May He ttilized a Ornaments Tata
Nxdid For I sc
"Of all tl.e queer persons of this
qner world the undertaker, I believe,
meets his foil qnota, " so a reporter was
told by a man wearing a faaereal ex
pression on his face and black gloves oa
his hands who came from a small town
in a western state to attend the meeting
of the Association of Undertakers.
"One of the queer persons is a
wealthy woman who lives in my town.
Ono day she came to my rooms, and us
the tears coursed down her sad face she
managed to tell me between sobs that
rhe wanted a coffin that was covered
with royal purple valvet I knew that
her husband had been ill for some time
end was not expech.il to live. So I be
gan to offer a word of condolence on ac
count cf his death, as she and her hus
band were intimafa friends of mine.
'Oh, he is not dead yet, sobbed the
woman, 'but I want yen to call at the
lionse and steal his measure while bo is
asleep. I want a royal pnrple velvet
eoQiii, and it may 'take yon several days
to fill the order.'
"I assured the tearful woman that it
would perhaps be impossible to fill the
order, as I had never heard of a coffin
of any such description ever having been
on the market. She vreui back home,
and while tho order was hanging fire
her husljand began to grow better and
in a few days was entirely out cf dan
ger. He afterward recovered, and today
ho is a strolls, healthful man.
"But that woman ptill insists that 1
fhall fill tho order fop a rf.yul purple
velve t cofiia for her husband, ;uid, fur
thermore, she l:;is riven mo another or
der for a royal purple velvet coffin for
herself. On my prtscnt trip to St. Louis
I called at a lare coiliu factory here
and surprised t?ie proprietors by leaving
tho Fpecial aud unique orders to le filled.
When tho ord-rs havo been filled, 1
can't say whether or i;i,t i;-.y queer cus
tomers will use the two n.vul pnrple
velvet coQus p.s oniuaionts to match the
decorations in their parlor sit hoiuci"
St. Louis Irrabiic.
EAP.3ERS IN BRITAIN.
Frank EnT' Iieaeription of Dublin aa1
London Sbavlnff Shops.
Ia Dublin tho first clas shops are
managed in the same way as tho lead
ing shops cf London, and most of the
first rlsw journeymen barlxTS hail from
London, and they are paid what art
called London wages that is 35 shil
lings a week but a liarber in order tc
g( t those wages must also Tw a ladies'
hairdresser. The cheaper fhops only
pay their jo-urncymen from 13 to 20
tdiillinjrs a week. The first class shops
chargo sixpence that is, 13 cents fci
shaving auel tho s;.me price for hair cut
ting and shampooing. The cheaper
shop.3 charge only twopence, or 4 cents,
for shaving, hair cutting or Fbaropoo
ing. Some shops in Cork only charge) a
penny for caeli. Tl.o first class nhops
hero turn out a customer just as well as
the barbers i:i America, if not a little
better, but I would not let the cheaper
barbels shave my dog.
Somo f the finest shop in Dublin
havo our old fa.-hinncd chairs, and some
have just an upholstered chair, with a
In-ailpioco attached. Tho cheap shops,
most of them, just ue a wooden chair,
and tho barber wears a el'uty apron, but
in tho fiaiT shops they wear white coats
and clean whito aprons. London has a
great many shops, but there are only a
few really good shops. Most of tho bar
ber shops here are called! toilet clubs,
and they are all located on tho tccend
floor. They get threepence for shaving.
The jonrneymen barlicrs get about 'M
shillings a wtxk. A few get more, but
they depend largely on their customers
for tips. Tho best fihavei I ever had in
London was in a burlier thop conducteel
by a lady. Sho employs five other la-
elies and charges threepem-e for shaving
and a little -xtr. for elressmg tho hair.
There aro only alwut half a dozen shops
in Loudon which havo modi rn Ameri
can chairs. National Barber.
Animal at Tj.
Animals have a kern senso of "mak
ing believe," which is tho essence of
play. A child's fin t gamo is bopcep
niako believe. When a conplo eif elogs
havo a jolly tussle', they mako believe tc
engage in deadly combat A striking
instance of this occurred to a writer
some years back. He gave a dead mouse
to a kitten. It was the first time she
had seen one, and she sniffed at it in
quisitively bvforo deciding to toss it
A pair of 6lippcrs lay on the floor.
She dropped tho mouse into one of them
and immediately proceeded to look for
it most zealously in the other slipper
till I took rp the first, which contained
her booty. Then she showed that it was
no real lark of memory that had sent
her on tho bootless search. Buffalo
Xearly all the Greenland glaciers
and tongues from the internal ice cap
teriuinato in vertical faces from 100 to
1,000 foet high, presenting facilities for
investigation. The vcrtieal faces reveal
pronounced stratification on the basal
ice. even earth materials in the bases
carried by tho ice bc'r.g arranged in
layers. Fine laminations weie even 1 3
or 20 to an inch. The layers are some
times twisted and contorted and even
"shoved" ever each other. The glacier
mevem-nt at the ice fccrdr p is a foot
per day to a foot per week. Science.
Adding- Itvralt to Injury
Old La-ly That parrot I bought of
yoa use drezdful language.
Bird Dealer Ah, mum, yea should
bo worry careful what you ses afore it
It's astonishtu how quick them birds
pick up arytiiiak! Pick ile Up.
The illustrious Isabella c?e Gonzaga,
after lMMU;r her husband, declined to
marry a?r.:n. She said that if Lcr sec
ond shouM prove the would be in
constant iar of losirg him; if other
wise, ia cou&taat fear of not losing him.
A CALLC3 FDn "fjR. DZ MEDICI.
ia America Art Hover Tbo rropoaes tt
See II :m In Pcrsoau
There is a lady tuft hunter in an uj.
town boarding house who has the for
eign titlo fever of tho mcit pronounced
typa She paraiyzes tlie other roomer
by tho easy, matter of fact way ir
which she tells tho us oca end title of
heir distinguished callers. One night it
was the Friuc3 Bombastcs De-adbc-ati.
The night before it was the "Dook"
Indebto, and the licit night it will be
the Count Frcakivitch. Sha has bren
across our grer.t talk wator privilege
beveral time and lias contracteel the
broad gaugo stylo of murdering the
English l.-uigungc Thcra is reason to
beiieve that she bewails her fate as hav
ing been born in plebeian Ameiicx
The other evening whilo hi-r parlor was
filled with princes, potentates, "dooks,"
counts and bald heads in the absence of
crowned heads she incidentally remark
ed that on her next visit to civilization
she would get moro werks of art and
among them a work of "Venus ele Me
dici." "Yoa must be varce particulare and
not let tho Paris clever venders sell you
zo imitashion," 6aid a "dook" by way
"Oh, I shall paard ogninst that,"
she replicel gayly: "I shall call upon
Mr. do Medici himself. I can get let
ters cf introeluctiou to the greatest art
ists in Europe."
And then there was a silence like
that before a storm, and the titled ad
mirers of the tuft hunter could scarcely
conceal their laughter. New York
Those who have used Dr. Kind's
New Discovery know its value, ami
those who have not. have now the
opportunity to try it free. Call on
the advertised druggist and siet a
trial bottle, free. Send your name
and address to 11. E. Bucklin & Co..
Chicago, and get r sample box of Dr.
King s Jew Lite, 1'iils free, as well
as a copy of (iuide to Health and
Household Instructor, free. All of
which is gnaranteed to do vou good
and cost you nothing, llartz & Ulle-
nicver s eirusr store.
h:i.e 1-ili s.
Send yotir address to H. E. r.uck-
liu&Co., Chicago, and get a frop
sample Iw.x eI lr. Kings Acw bile
Pills. A trial will convince you of
their merits. 1 hese p:!!s are easv in
action and are particularly effective
in the cure of constipation and sick
headache. For malaria and liver
tronb'es they have been proved in
valuable. Thev are jruaraiiteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to be purel v vegetable.
Thev do not weaken by their action.
but by giving tone to stomach and
Itowcls greatly invigorate the sys
tem. Regular size cents per box.
Sold by llartz & Ullemeyer, drug
gists. BCCKLEN S AKXICA SALVE.
The best, salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, cnilbiains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale b? llartz & Ullemever.
Wetrn liana lall A oi:iat Ion.
Jacksonville, Ills., Jan. 21 W. T.
Kent, president f tho Western associa
tion, states that the report of a pmpo ed
reorganization of the association was un
true, and that no in ne w is contemplated
which would ou.-t Jacksonville and
Qniney. He stated, howew-r, that u meet
ing would l)e held in rebraury for the
purixise of eunsiderlnir tlio H;itliujition of
Kock Island 'orreatliuisslou. and it mignt
be possible that Otnalm would have to go.
t'nele Kniu an a Robber.
Toi'EK.t, Kan.. Jan. 2t Sulipcuiiat
have been issued fur over l.Ojrj settlers on
lands pur.-li-sed from t he Union Pacific
railroad in Dickinson, Kllsworth, and Sa
line ciuntu's, tho government having
brought suit to out them from lands
winch were granted to tlio Union Pucific
by an not of congress and afterwnrd sold
to settlers. Tho jroveriime-nt claims now
that the grant was invaliil.
Wool Trade Looking Vp a Little.
Boston. Jan. 'Jl. The American Wool
and Cotton R-porter says of tho wool
trade: Nearly 3,&K).rA) pounds of wool
have been sold this week. There Is a vis
ible improvement in breadth of demand.
An improved feeling is quite manifest.
Manufacturers aro taking right along
moderate quantities of various kinds of
wool, according to the kind of fabric they
In ontt'eni c'imeu or northern an Is,
Oar in, Jn ,.t-1 Uct ft fla- d',
1 tlii. thai nnui l and woe
M up the huliut tliinc- below;
F r to ihe rtrr pk r e!vn
I'o rn: msn lv, or oat of heaven.
I et tie wife and m -tber t tictly and it a re
ad:, qnornln. and 6rts-ty. and the wliole bnnre
hol l r diMnrbcd. To care ttl n-jtte of tbinci.
the cforea;d w:fr and mother hu only lotaki Dr.
Pi rre' Ftvirlie PrrscMpelon. 1 h caoe will
di a peu pronip:iT. Ths "Prectl.-tion" to
strrine ani n-Morarlvj toj.io of wnDdertul effl.
c.cj ai.U mide fir tie alleviation of di-eate pe
co.i ir to wrnfrn. For natvin .' motacr and dvb'l
H'W "roL-dowrT worn J a fi-atr lly, it is ihe
bet resttratire tor.ic ani fomhin? reirire
known. Fwt!in.e iioat to htr3inv raoihem it i
ndmd.a rrc lr Kwn. Tt -r the nsina
a;i prr,i m ctii..oiTTn, nnrtens partnriticn. tor.
a:i,t. I, t t-rrt n of mn mh i;.di rf nonr i'-
rrn' tor us ca ia iu.a orter. Hi: ptr.od of cun
"RojaU tttff Hyo hlaky
I a 'Rye a la a Hya," uroraiiy ripened and
free from ail fnrwign flavor and adttlicrute, cttar
anb-ed pare a id oer cloven jnn of ave, rwcota
tttencd to the nmnoifvur a nrritor!oa am
ele wonby of tUe cordaence cf invatid. eoara
Kr'vrni u tee urea . pee u aT our vaaie is
bk ir. hott'.r. t:.'wr quart h,il:le.
"KtAL KCBV" POET WIN
ucre. old and ate'low, therefore bvt dxted frr
rcT!iJa,eo.Tal-ren! the aird. It nlarm
K iva:it. rrratc lr. aita an i airls tollda
HtiVAL. WISE, CO, Cat,
Tat at TUrner Siwt nmf. and Ky
Children Cry for
Pitcher'o Ccctoria. .
OV BELLIGERENT CHRISTIANS.
none Whlppins in Cbnrrh Partirlpated
In by Two Minifttera Wives.
PEUUV, O. T., Jan. 24. A horse whip-
pins In cinirch, participated m by minis
ters' wives. In thctho middle of services, is
tho sensation of a country church and al
most led to a riot. Smia months aso
Iter. Dr. Johnson, cf lvallsas. succeeded
the Ilev. Tully, bein? called by a faction
antagonistic to the latter. Kcv. Tuily
continued with the church in the capacity
of deacon. A few Sundays ngo the dea
cons were severely criticised by the new
pastor. Tuily felt the sting and declared
he would nvencu it. lie wrote, it is said,
to the old hoi.u of Dr. Johnson, and re
ceived sown information that rell'tjd on
tho minister, and especially his wife.
Al the close of the doctor s sermon on
the uii;ht of ihc row Tully read the letter,
and pre-t commotion followed. Mrs.
Johnson sl.;.;'.l from tho church unuo-tiex-d,
and mxui n turned with a bugcry
whip in her hand. Rushing at tho Rev.
Tally sho iitiiiitiilsn-rod a severe lashing
before tun nsloaisiud parishioners. Tally
was badly lieatea up. In tho frenrral row
that followed his wifo secured the whip
and b'.-gau to apply it to her husband's
assailant. WLcu Uually pulled off Mrs.
Johnson was unconscious. The two
women and several of tho brothcrn Wore
arrested and have since been liaed.
We keen Parks' Cough Syrup and
we tell evervone it is the best cough
cure we sell. Kvervbodv likes it and
wc sell it on a guarantee. Try it for
your cold, fcold by llartz & Llle-
TCT? TT'C PTTRle ALIHTMh.
tT Knlny miff
I rinnry 1Huih
K li eutiiai ism.
et-. ii i.i from
tlii new I'oiyni-Ki-tn
wrilwl in rttr
C LADDER DISEASES,
t. ::il M,
lit liufftr. of
llf-f.. Kr.rtcrsiHl hr the l!niiilu! ami l!iy-
hii'i.in ef F.'irofi. a? si:r- iplfl- e'lirt for klt-
i;fv toifl H.iitlrlpr lts"n.eH. lehpunialisni. in:!!!.,
l:rii?l(f lii.fs. llrM-.lliiiil doooiit. Liver P'-
ca.i. Ffliislr I oll:iln(Mts, i lit! Ill liaefe. ele. SM
at 'Jr. ''rjt K'.tlr. lnMTiptivi hoolc wnt
fr-etonll Ueknowlhut IY in u los:-
t:v,' t'ure for llisi- liseas,'s. uimI to prove to yoa
its i"Ku'r.'nl Kl!e-tM. iiuti for thf sakof ilitro-
flui'tion. will Fptnl von eiionsh for un week's
use. by mail. pri'Ttai'l. e'Cfe.'K, If yin are n snf
ierf'r." I: I. an linfau'rie i"tr. - trial rnn
n. I'.i-!T. Atl:r,". Til?: III R ti Kllli:t
rt'ttl. 4-l.. fr'ourfli avenue. Sew rk.
Cure for AsUuiia. A creat Modern Hcdical
Pi3COvery. I'Mrr tiisnraiitrrti rr Ai J'y,
For large Trial Case, ', by mail, address,
K2U lSnPQRTlRS C3.IIB2 BrQadwai.SssYcrX
Afimtnltratora Not ire.
Ejuto of Charles tlo. Deceased.
The nnderpifrnerl havics been aptioiotcl !-
m'n!itnnrix if the l:::e of e.'hnrlta
fitto, late of the eonmy of iiock l-l.o 1, sin e
i1 Illinois, deceaen, hrtOty elves nrr'ce that she
will Hn'Mr h forf tliM roi!,it ftnnfl of Ko?k f!nml
onntitv, ot thf ofllre of tin- rierk of ,.i'd court, in
the cilv of kock i-iatui. at Ihe A; ril tenn on
tne first on:-&y In April r.evt, ut wltitht'ttue
i!1 p roT. bavins clnin.d ata nsi iald estate are
oiid-. tl and req'ie;'Utl to atit'iirt, for the purjxife
of h.lvlnvr the nane a Iju-teJ. All tiortwiia in.
dcbied toaaid i rt' tc are reinenled to make ia
mediate payment to tne nndt'-snmru.
uaicu ini ism uy o; January, a. u. isu:.
ELIZ AUETI1 tiTTO. Adniinistrairix.
Tf tntc cf John O'Bn'ea. deceaaed.
The nndori-iirned having b -en arirKiintcf erer-
nior of ll:e last will and tt'S'itinent of Jobn
ei'llrien late of rheco'inty of Hue l-land. ,tate
T Illinois. dpecaai. nercnv trivet no'.iie that be
will apiear before tlie comity court of nock 11
aul county, at tbe office of the cleric i f raid ciiirt.
In ihe f lty of Ii; cK lsl-tnd. at t.-e Marrh terra, on
th llrst Momlav in March rex-, at which time all
persons havirp claims airaiLst said estute are no
tified nni requested toaitoLd, fjr tbe pnrposc of
havtri; Inc suinc adiuste,!.
All uersoija liiiieiKcil to raid estate are re
queu ed to make immediate paj ment to tbe on
lated thlc SSih c.it of December. A. T.. 1S94.
ANDIiE BK.EN, Executor.
Ktateof Hara Einfcldt. deccaaed.
Tbe nnderainied having been appointed execu
trix of tbe last will and teaument of flans Eii.
f !1t. la;- of Uie eoantT cf Rock Ia'and.
a'Aie of lllinui?. deceased, hereby clvta notice
nat rne win appear nerore tne fjumy conn or
flock talund county, at the oXce of tne clerk of
lid cccrt, in tbe citv of Kock lfiand, at the
Match H-tm. on the first Monday In March next.
a wMch time all peraona havinK claims aeamat
a1d estate are notified and reqoeated to attend
t ir tae purpose ot navmg tne aame aojnatea.
All wrsone indebted to aald estate are re-
t tics ted to make immediate payment to the nn
aeraianed. Dated tola C4!h day of rtrecniber, A. D. 1894.
CAKUUXE KIN FrLDT. Exec ltrix.
Special Taxation Notice.
Kn'icel hereby iriventoall petrona Interoteil.
that the c'tv cenacil of the city of Knvk Island
navinii ordt-rel that "eyenth avenue In mil city
be psved l.oin Ihe east line of Seyi-nteen'h afreet
lo he west line of Twrniietb afreet, and from the
est line of Twenfetb rtrcet to tbe weal line of
1 wentythtm air, et.
s.sid oilii ar.ee for said improvement i on file
In office cf thc.-ity ci-rk of aai l city, and aald
C:tv has applisdtn the county court of Hock Island
ecnciy. I'liuoia. for an assessment aM levy of the
costa of aaid m.prov, ment upon and from tbe lota
and pna of lnta and tracts of mnd contieoona to
the line of said improvem lit in RiiJ nruinam-e
ordered ti be constim-ted, in proportion to the
froniaire of rurh lots, parts oflo:a, and fri.ctof
land upon the traproveuient so ordered to be con
attnstet'. as a'oreeaid: and an easeasment iheret-f
having been maile and returned to soil ronrt, the
final h arum l hereon will he had at tbe Februny
term o' said conri. commencing on the 4'.h day of
rVi nary. A. D.. 1W.
All persona ds ir.nc may tben and there ap
pear at;S make their ccfeuee.
l aied at Hoi k Inland, 11U this Otih ""ay of Jin
es y, A V.. lh'M. Jouh J. im:kh,
luoaxs A Ptsnsa,
Lso J. ori-aan' tii.
. Notice to Contractors.
Bciied proposal w'll be received at tbe rlty
r'crk'a orne. Kock li-land, 1,1.. uu'll Monday,
f -b. 4, ltf-S. at S o'clock p. tn.. for cone'rnriin;
the aeimmte improvemer.ie ordered by ordinancea
of ain cit. enii,led a f.i'lows:
'An ordininte for the Irafirovewnt of Thlr-t-tth
attest frtira the aonth line of Fifth rvenuc
to .be rorth line of reren'b ayenne. all in l'-e
rt'y rf Hock if land, state of I.hnoi-'- paei.d
"An eminence for fe imsnreeairn o' Seventh
avenn frun the ea t line of Se-iitefnth treet
t the ami line of Twentieth ;re. and from ihe
rat I ne of IWft.tieti atet 'oihe wet lneof
Twenty ihini rtrret. all tn the city of fork 11
ar.d, alatenf lllino pae4 Jan. II. leS3.
"An oritnnee for the improve nent of Twelfth
a'reet fron the eotitfc line of rounh avenue to
tlie Minth c iriiate limit, of tne t i y of Rock Inl
and, atitie of i!lii!nu. pa-ed Jan 11. 1 jr,
And f r fcml-hirc all tbe m-tena and dolaf
the work acrord'ti? To pia'ta an4 apedfirationa on
4:e t th'ii'.y elera'aoince.
B ank hw.a will he f-jrihd on application.
P.xl must he e-jarats f ir earb improvement
a!ve aiM-ctfltd. and nat be accompanied with
a eer.isd cfe a -n v.im aura nf lire bamtred
i! Oui , iUr parab'e lo the otd.-r of t, e mayor
-f Hl rlty, which aiail become forfeited V atd
e:ty. intxc lit l.id-iey ehall fill lo enter ! to
eHi-rAC wirb a'iiroveo aurtttea tn ex cafe tfce
work for the pri.-e mentione! In hi bid an4 ac
cording to tt-e plaaa an-! speeiflcati a in tn
Tent iht the 6Wnr! rball be awa dad to biaa.
4 ontractora are reoblred to forrrah ramvlee of
bleu, wth bb oek h u tie eone. Hrlck
aaed a th- wrrk mart ro. ret pant w.tB tbe aeaa
p e In qua i'e an; tle.
kovS ialad, ill.. Jaa. 14. Tr? S
A. D. BLEaUIG, aty Clerk.
a-f, 'fr h f h i w ? on
- O. OMTIUT. B. X. COWS S1XT.
Cronnelly & CoxmeUy,
Attorneys at Law.
oraes seeond foor, orer MjeheH Lrndel
bank. Munaj to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office ta Bock Island KaUonal Bask building.
S. SWBBase. fj vaLXSa,
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Iaw
tW!c la Bemrnon's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Le?a) bortlneaa of all kind promptly attended
to. (Rate's Miorney ot Boca Ialaad coanlj.
OSce, f-ostoasa Block.
McEniry & McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on gao& seenrtty: make eol'ec
tinna. rteferenoe. Mitchell Lynae, bankers.
OCloe, Postofilce Block.
Dr. R. Jay,
Office at Staaasen ' livery stable. Teh-phone
23. Lt. Marsto-j, M. D.
OfTioe over TJartz 4 l llemoyer'a drug store.
Tfeaidencn 712 Twentv-fonnh street. Office
telephone 17. Bcaulence ti lephone 138 1.
Office honra to 11 am and 3 to 4 and ( to 8 p m
J. b. BoixowBuaa, . D. a. a. babtu, a, s
Era. Barth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
t-fllce 4li'd t, Teluptone l'
Dr. Barth I U r. Ho) mwbaah
to 10 a.m. I 10 to 12 a.m.
1 to and J we p.ia, I to tana 7 Co 8 p,,
Dr. Chas. M. Robortson,
Eye, Enr, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, south weet corner
Thlid and Brady streets. Dayenport, Iowa
Uooms 17 sad 18. Hours: 9 tolls, m.,1 to 4 p. m.
Dr. B. G. IMiller,
Over 30 year experience. Makca marvelous
cnrea in Aeute and Chronic diseaee. RnkunaTiHa
and Nkthalci included, dree 15C9 tecond av.
Office hours 9 a. tu. fx, 0 p. in.
Drack & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Room I TMCA BnUdins, cor Third avenue
and Nineteenth aire t.
Edward L. Ham matt,
Offioe. Boom 41, Mitchell Lvnde BuOdino.
Geo. P. Staudtibar,
Plans and anperlotendence for all elaae of
Bnililinga.. Kooma Cs and Kb, aUtchell Lynde
Baiidln-. Take elerator.
W. A. Darling,
Boom 4. Mitchell Lyndc'a building.
R. M. Fearce,
Booms 29 and 81 In Mitchell Lynda's fM.tr
Bnildins'. Ttke elevator
IF YOU WISH ANY
THING IN THIS LINE
We have a
Nice line of Hardware.
And 9 complete line of
mixeu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc
1610 Third avenue.
B WIN TEH.
Waolesaia 3aalar and Importer ef
Wines and Liquors.
ill ud Mil Tkird An
Vperrwyigj- ' j,te w
1 1 L
r THE MKfAlRBANR COMPANY
Hfuat iLk --uatiW
FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS.
A full am complete l'no of Plf.-form and other Spring Wason, eap.viallT adapten lo the
VI cuiern irnde. of niieiit,r oikinaphii an fln ah. Iil;rirati-u Tnce Lial
free on .-ipplicaiiou. rei-thn K3r3I WAOOJI before piirchaein.
HKATINU iKIl VfcNTll.ATlNG KNlllNhilUS.
HAVE YOU SKKN
THE : CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, and judge its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
ii2 and 114 W. 17th street.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
lias the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SEGQ8Q AVE8UE-
J. T. I3IXOM
i chant Tailor'
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1708 Second Avenue.
S3mettmacnee-)arellabie.faonthl7,rernlstlri melleine. Only harmlaas SAfl
theparcatdri-faaaouki banaea. If jou want tfcs beat, S
A Sr. Pears
w , .rnfnnl mIm mA eertaln In Taaalt. The aencl:i f Dr. Peal'ai
For tn e hy T. II. Thomas. Drnpjrist. sole aent. Rock Island, 111.
1 Clock Sprint; Blade.
'jOtily Perfect Comb.
' l:orcnatti;h Circuses,
SSLlSAsU your Dealer for
wrr nam on in- l an-l'c sFCISO ttEEI
tircMCd SOU ainf'l BitiirJSr-
V j ' Ki.r'iruTiIiut
(i-r mil ferituie lirvwoImr.tkAi
- "-i'irrsrr ft ri sM fc r
BS l aa til.
For tsOc b lUru XXUmtjtr, M tlh ix.
li" . J Jlt.-m. rent a tc n ai -r par.
V. LXT liuiit n havins TlS 89jxl
S IT faarTiiriV,tt'Jfc-iEn;a
Aoareaa tMAM. iinMiOMm l, Ueyaland, U.
Spring Gurry Comb
Soft as n Rrush. I'itscvcrr Carre. The
l"scl ly V. S. Army nr.d by llnmum and
and Lcxulitix Horsemen of tlie World.
It. Sample mailed post paid 2 ccn'.-.
C0Z3 10 leSLafajcttenL.aoatk as, kslaca.
otoaayacmnasncwell. Hia saeroofct
Z ll'IHisi' Mn
i Si'! r
fHme yoa Bora Throat. FinrplBS, QaavOrinM
nota, Acim. ia eurea. I'locra In lfotrth. Bair
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