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TfTB AIOTU8. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1895.
"Where are yon going, my pretty maid?'
Ta gain; c-riding, sir." she said.
"May I go with joo. mj pretty maid."
"Vcs. ii yoa can. kind sir." she said. "Mine to
Oanptriaoa and iatpccboa iarited.
Catalog of kuabfct bkyclcs fees.
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MTg Co., Chicago. Boston,
Washington, Sew York, Brooklyn, Detroit and Coven
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery. I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Isiisul
Brewing Co. Beer.
Mackintoshes, Rubber Cloth
ing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Horse Covers, Buggy Aprons,
Gloves, Mittens, Door Mats,
Matting. Hot Water Bottles,
Bulb and Fountain Syringes,
Bed Pans, Cushions, Sheeting,
A Rubber Store . the Piaoe t b0y
'T Rubber Goods.
207 Brady street, Davenport.
JUHt SflUFEF, Pr rrie.or.
10 Sc.nd Arraae.Conarer 8lx cratfe '.rrt. - Opposite Tver's TnaUre
The choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on fund
Free Luck every y.
8aadwichas fmUd as short t otic.
HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
tLY'8 CREAM BAUNI-riri. tk 5,l-lBCJ(
the tHM-es. KfMnn Tasto and tu. M t
rvriZTliTrMOBfoKTd la. lie
i A tts StriU. st ewsrtrp ikwM.
IH taOM or bj taad, LT BB0&.M Vim 9U ft. 1.
Cordova, Feb. 26. Charles Sal
lows, Jr., is on the sick list.
Tim One left for Colorado yester
O. C. HandeU is makinr a visit in
Miss Katie Kroner, who has been
Hvinj at Port Bjron for some time
past, is borne again.
John Livingston, one of onr bar
bers, has moved into the Stockwell
block. It is a good location.
James Simpson has his horse pow
er taw set at Dr. Freek's wood pile
reaay to Degin sawing tomorrow.
tverett ttnell, who has been visit-
njj here this winter, returned to his
home in Ohio via Steuben, Wis., yes
The Fvthian anniversary ball was
a e and success. Over forty num
bers were sold. A very pleasant time
Fred Ro thermal took his trotting
boree, Billy, to Sterling, where he
will put him in training for the com-
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Black.
Feb. 13, a little girl not very little,
either she weighed nine and one-
red tialford has changed bis loca
tion in the Stockwell block. He now
occupies the part recently vacated by
Messrs. S. Trent and J. B. Tan de-
burgh were called to Rock Island
yesterday to attend a meeting of the
board of supervisors.
ill andeburgh lust received a
new wheel. Did vou ever ride a bi-
cye'e before. Bill? If not, yon had
better look out; yon may get a fall or
The weather has been so warm as
to make the ice look very dangerous.
The river is rising todav, and will
undoubtedly cause the ice to go out
It is rumored that J. E. Huginin
is about to become proprietor of the
livery stable at this place and also
the implement business now conduct
ed bv G. B. Spoor.
A grand debate was held at the
school bouse rridav evening. The
juestion was, bich is the most
worthy of celebration, Lincoln's or
v asbington's birthday was cele
brated at this place by a Washing-
tonian supper, given under tne an
spices of the Home Forum lodge. A
pleasant time is reported.
chat on the tariff, and, as usual, the
judge bad to throw no the sponge.
Charles Whitebread, who went to
California to see if the change of cli
mate would not be a benefit, and
whom several medical men in this
vicinity said could not live nntil
spring, writes that he feels very mncb
encouraged. The air is lighter and
he breathes much easier, and conse
quently is in much better spirits.
Mr. and Mrs. unaries secK, 01 Kan
sas, who spent a couple of months
visiting Mrs. Beck's father, Alex
ander Dunbar, and family, and who
turned their faces toward home in
December last, have written several
letters to Mr. Hubbart from different
places as they journeyed home.
breaking tbeir trip at different
places. They write that they are
now at home and are well. Mr. Beck
stopped off in Nebraska, and writes
that there has been no exaggeration
in the papers with regard to the con
dition el the farmers in that state.
MULTUM IN PARVO.
Coal Vallev. Feb. 27 Henry
Haupt shipped four cars of cattle
from lani bridge Monday.
I he young folks made a surprise
on uenry Kills luesday.
Mrs. George berverson is improv
ing and is able to be aronnd again.
William Greer lost a good horse
yesterday. It suddenly dropped
There will be a concert at the new
town hall Saturday evening by a Mo-
D. H. Lyons attended the republi
can convention as a delegate Tues
day, but came home the same day
J. T. Hass is hauling brick almost
everyday. 1 here is a great demand
for his brick, as they are of a very
Mr. and Mrs. B. i. Cords, who
have been visiting friends and rela
tives here for the past two months.
left luesday for Osborn, Iowa.
1 here will be preaching in the
Presbyterian church at 3 o'clock
Sunday bv Rev. C. H. Brown. He
is to hold service in Beulah in the
There was a surprise party at H.
Haupfs Tuesday evening. The at
tendance was so large that Krapp s
hall was necessary to accommodate
The overseer of streets and alleys,
John Freylown, has had the town
well pump repaired so that it works
splendidly. It has not done so well
under any management before.
The school exhibition on the even
ing of the 22d was well attended
The main audience room and gallery
were comfortably filled. The pro
gram was a long one. It took two
hours and upwards to render it. The
greater part of the children and
adults had a share in it. The music
was by a string band. The perform
ances consisted of drills, speeches,
class performances and dialogues.
The drills were admirably executed
by the little ones. They received
great applause. The military drill
was excellent for amateurs. In fact
it was attractive all through. The
performers and teachers cannot be too
highly complimented on their sue-
cess in conducting and rendering ai.
of tne performances.
Joslin. Feb. 27. William Adams,
son of David Adams, who went to
Friend. Neb., for the benefit of bis
health, writes that he feels much
John Swank shipped another car
load of hogs from Joslin Wednesday
last, tie paid 3.6o per hundred.
Friday last G. W. Wilson shipped
seven horses to Alpha, which he bad
Dougnt in tne neigbbornood or Joslin
There is Sunday school at Joslin
every Sabbath, and the officers are
anxious that the parents of this vicin
itv should see to it that their child
Yesterday there was a great crowd
at the Brandt sale. Everything
brought fair prices with the excep
tion of Horses, Uows orougnt from
$28 to 36. The sale realized about
Judge Searle. of Rock Island, came
to Joslin on business Thursday last.
and staid over night with C H. Hub
bart and f ami v. We bad a social
w at Eekhart'a. SSI Twaaltota
Fine decorated chamber set 1.49
Ewers and basins 48
Imitation cut glass vase 08
Glass lamp complete 10
25 per cent off on all decorated lamps.
Here is a pointer. There is a bi
cycle in Rock Island that has been
ridden 18,000 miles without one sin
gle dollar being put on it for repair.
It is a Sterling, built in 1893.
Where is the wheel that can beat
that? Where is the economy in buy
ing a 75 wheel and spending 25 for
repairs before fall? Why not get a
100 Sterling, which will rnn three
years without a dollar of repairs?
The Sterlings weigh 19 to 25 pounds,
and are built to last. For sale by
A. M. Parker, at Parker's laundry.
Hamptox, Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs.
M. S. Heagy, of Rock Island, were in
town last Thursday.
W. L. Black spent Monday and
Tuesday in Rock Island.
Jacob Hermes, of Savanna, was
seen on onr streets Monday.
Mrs. Ann Adams, of Carbon Cliff,
is in town visiting with friends.
Mrs. J. W. Richmond, of Geneseo,
is in town visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Thompson, fireman on the
C, M. & St. P. out of Milwaukee, is
here visiting with his mother.
C. J. t ulscbers little son still con
tinues very low. He has been laid
up with meningitis for the past week
or ten days.
There was a very large crowd at
the meeting of the Riverside Debat
ing society last night, and a good
time was enjoyed by all. Ibe ques
tion discussed' was, 'Resolved. That
a satisfactory examination in the
common branches and also civil gov
ernment should be the requirements
to tne riguts oi suffrage." un tne
affirmative were Rev. J. A. Alford,
G. B. Henry and Albert Bowles. The
negatives were George Crippen. G.
r. flioaonev and Burton (joigrove.
The judges' decision was in favor of
Om and One-Third rare.
For the prohibition conference at
Springfield. 111., Feb. 28 to March 1,
tbe Kock Island & Peoria railway will
make a rate of one and one-third fare
for the round trip, on the certificate
plan. Attention is called to tne tact
that direct connections are made via
this route; train leaving Rock Island
at 8:05 a. m. arrives at Springfield at
3:10 p. m.; leaving Rock Island at
1:45 p. m. arrives at bpringbeld at
8:45 p. m.
A Jtonr I'm Tor the Telephone.
It has remained for tho latter part of
tlio xiiuuteenth ceutury to evolve anoth
er and wholly different method from
that usually employed for the transmis
sion of osculatory favors. This is to
havo the matter accomplished by tele.
phone. Tbe invention is not, however.
patented, and may upon occasion be
adopted in other cities than Washing
ton. Washington Times.
Tonne Men, Take Warning-.
Ala, how prevalent ire thote d la treating dis
eases and weaknesses which make young men
prematurely old, pale, listless, low apirited, lan
guid, easily tired, forgetful and incapable; fill
mad-hoases and awell lb lists of snlcides; sep-a-ate
busbtnds and wives; bring untold suffering
to millions, even usto the third and fourth gener
ations. Tbe filleted will recognise only too
plainly to what class of nultdles we refer. A
complete aad scientific tresti.e (sent only in
plain Sialrd envelopes,) on receipt of 10 cents,
(the cost of postage.) if inclosed with this notice
to the World's Dtspensaty Medical Association,
863 Main street, Buffalo, ST. V.
Advertised List Ko. a,
List o letters uncalled for at the nostofflce
noes isianu, uu, reo. 39, igvj
Buckincnsra. L M
aaribel, L J
McCane. J A
t-miih i W
I ranaeil, ('
Granite Ke:tle Co
iaylord, L B
Hsu-w-n. Mr A
To insure prompt delivery. letters should be
aa-ircassa 10 street ana numoer.
Joan W . Poms. Postmaster,
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton. . . .7 50
Discount for cash, per ton 25
Cannel coal for grates 5 00
Indiana block for stoves 4 00
Coke for furnaces 6 00
LaSalle, third vein coal S 00
Cartage added on less than ton or
ders. E. 6' Fbazeb.
The tax collector's office in the
court bouse will be open Wednes
day and Saturday evenings from 7 to
s o clock until tbe books are closed
which will be March 20. 1895.
J. O. Fbeed, Collector
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guar
anteed to cure pues ana constipa
tion, or money refunded. Fifty cents
per box. Send stamp for circular
ana iree sample to Martin Budy,
Lancaster, ra. cor sale by T. U
Thomas and Harts dc Bahnsen, drug
gists, nock island, ill.
vrml Aaer Tskes at WUm.
New Voes, Feb. 8 Miss Jane Stuart,
the actress and datis-hter of
Holahan, was privately married to Gen
eral Louis A tier of Milwaukee at tbe
nriae s Home, t37 East Fifty-fifth street.
Parks1 Tea is a great blood purifier
ana cleanser. A pleasant berb drink
which moves the bowels without pain,
griping or discomfort. Sold bj Harts
At the Boston Store, Davenport, an
immense assortment of art goods and
drapery silks. We would suggest
that you make a speedy selection of
these goods, as a great many ladies
have been waiting for these goods
for seme time, and the assortment is
likely to be taken away very soon.
Habked, Pubsel A Von Macb.
Fair weather, slio-htlv colder Fri
day; westerly winds. Today's tem
r. j. walz. uoscrver.
She Wta Woald be
the queen of beanty must look to ber
teeth, for a pretty mouth is indispen
sable to female loveliness, isrusn
your teeth carefully with fragrant
Sozodont and yoa will be charmed
with the result, font is without equal
as a dentritice.
Children Cry for
Y2Y3 frTT117 alkavisj hir
F fi IV ' VUXaV, Fonuive cure
fur KidnT and
narr J jji
. It Is from
i ah rub. KA
ical name: Ptprr
AND .M-ribsM la JVru
RH EUM ATlSKiSHH
Imm lfsTr Fni1orejrf hv ths HnMit&t ant IhT-
fuciansof Ktirope as a sure Specific Cure for KtI
ntr and Bladder Iiiwaii. Rheumatism. Diabetes.
Krlsvlifa IliswiaJW Rrif k-lUBt deDOfJllS. LiVer ij--
ntus ivsml( u'nmnlnittta niiln In back. etc. Suld
Of HCO iHHKlrX n unisir. iipmrnpnvr uuva ft-it
free to all We know that ALHaVI I fust
live Oire for thene diseaen, and to prove to yoo
its "A'kfirietfMi !V.iWtJt and for the pake of Intro
doctimi. wp will nd you ennugh for one week's
n-e. by nmil. prepaid. FMKK if yoa are a tstif-
H'rer. Jllfiail UIIiailinK rurr. -rt initi t-imin vim
nithtn- Arirtmi. THK 'Mrm'H MIDSEV
is Nature's Con
Cure for Asthma. A great Modern Medical
Discovery. ('Mm 0Mrantmf er Ko Pay.
For large Trial case, r rt, oy mau, aaoreaa.
KOLA IMP mp C0.B62BrmilW7,KewYfltt
ATTID A COMPETE T ( OOK AT MRS.
Keyer Rusenfield's, 1&08 Seventh avenue.
WANTED A GOOD JERSEY MILK COW
Adorcss with parties ars. Boa Ko. SI. Bey-
VST ANTSiO RELIABLE MAN TO TAKE ONE
ft half interest in drsirahie paviue bni-iness
in lows. Indiana, Xentnckv or Vt li-conMu. mll
capital required. ACdrraa w." tnis mce.
ALESMEN WANTED TO SELL TBI RAPID
Wishes ana dries the dl-het in two minutes wlth-
ont wetting the llnieers. $75 dollars a week aod
all expenses. Ea-v notation: jm hard wrrk : can
aiaae awu a weea Acaress w . r. uamon at
Co., Clerk No. 14. ColumDus, Ohio.
TJTANTbD A CAPABLE. ENEKOETiC. KB-
ft liable younr man. with from SSOO to Sl.UW
cash, capital, to open a branch of our businrss in
hock l.lana. sen or rtierences required, if
vou have tbe money snd wsnt a lesimnate. Meas-
ant oflles business, send ns your references and
stste wht business experience yoa have had.
Anaress,u. . norianu, a wanasn avenue, t;ni-
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avennes, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
backberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid.
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON.
Boom 21, IQtehtll k Lynd Block,
IF YOU WISH AXY
THiNG DT THIS LINE
We have a -
Nice line of Hardware.
And complete line of
mlxeu bonse and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oiL etc
1110 Third kveana.
Mn Grc:j C::ra H::s3
Dsrraport't Leadlas; Theatre.
Brines comfort and improvement and
lends to personal eniovment when
riehtly used. The many, who live bet-
ter tnan otners ana enjoy iiie noir, wiui
lesi expenditure, bv more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of tbe pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, rvrup oi rigs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, tbe refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
Bet with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
yrup of Figs is for sale by all drag
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, yoo will not
accept any substitute if one red.
Supported by a Strong Company
In His New Play,
Lost 24 Hours.
Street cars wRI posltivs'-J run to an points
after the performance.
Tickets on sals at Lloyd Stewart.
HucoxnQ d Hoefl
t& sun Alien
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester Oerman Ins Co Rochester, N Y
Westchi-ster Fire " Mew Tors
Buffalo Uer an Buffalo. N T
Spring- Mordon Philadelphia
vennan rire ............ reona, in
New Hampshire Manchester N H
Milwaukee slechacica - Mil-aakee, Wis
Security .....New Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and becona Avenue, secon floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Monday Night, March 4.
BARNABEE and Mac DON
ALD'S Robin Hood Opera
company, presenting the
leading comic opera of this
Company of 60 artists. A
chorus of 40. Superior
operatic orchestra. Stage
full of special scenery.
Pric-s SI M, Si. 75c and 50c. Boxes an I salts
on sale Friday, If arch 1 at Lloyd A Stewart's
HATES A CUSVELAH9
Representi'ig over 40 Million Pollara
of 0Mh assets
Tlx Life. Tornado.
Bonds of SarutvSAip.
OrriCX Bsncston's blocs Mock Islsan, tus.
luarrataa; taay win interest yoa.
f M. BUFORD,
General . . .
TbsoU Fire and Ttoa-tried Coaapanlsa
Losses Promptly Paid.
iates as low as any reliable company caa affair
Yur tMu ts solicited.
Is a Chance
CUT OUT THIS ADVER
TISEMENT AND RETURN
TO US WITH FIVE CENTS
AND RECEIVE A ROOK
CONTAINING FROM EIGHT
TO FIFTEEN PIECES OF
CLASSIC MUSIC, ROTH VO
CAL AND INSTRUMENTAL.
Woodyatt Music H;use
1 71 7 Second Av.
N. B. Or send ns fonr two
cent stamps and we will
mail the book to yoo.
ing, Binding, Etc.
' ONE NIGHT.
Friday, March 1.
View Grand Ocsra Hcuss
l Parenport's Leadinf Theatre.
0, W.HHET, XaSAgtr.
By virtue of an execution and fee Mil issued
out of lbs office of the clerk of the circuit court
yt Roea Island county, and state of I ntnols. aad
directed, to the tbe iff f Kock Islsnd county,
whereby the raid sheriff Is commanded to ataka
the amount of a certain Judament recently ob
tained agaio-t wicnaei o oontitn. ana in ravo- or
Hannah Make ont of the lands, tenements, goods
sad chatties of said defendant. Michael o o
nell. I havo levied auoa the following dowribed
property, to- it:
Kart(H) one-half northwest () one-quarter
of section (31) wenty-one. townrhip 1) nine
teen, north rang (S) three, east of tbe principal
m- rldlsn, situated n the county of lio-k Island,
state of Illinois.
Therefore, in eomsllanca n lib said command .1
will extMMia for sale at public auction all tha
right, title and interest of tbe above named.
Michael O'DnnnrIL In and to the above described
property, on 2Hth day of February, A. D., imu,
at (SI two o'clo-k p. an., at the north door of tha
Court Bouse, la tbe cite of Rock Islano, la tha
county of Kock Island and state of Illinois, for
cash in band, to aarisfy said rxecntioa and fee
bill. rKKPKKK U. UKMK.-X Wa.,
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Illinois,
Hot loo to Contractors.
Ben led tmwosals will be received at the city
clerk's office. In the city of Rock Island. III.
outil Monday. March 4, 1895, at S o'clock
D. m.. for constrortlnc the Imnrwemeat or
dered by an ordinance entitled: "Ad ordi
nance for the Improvement of allera In bloc a
-O" one l). two (Si, thirteen (1S, fourte.n (141
aad Sfl-en(lS, In the cliy of Rock island, bnowa
aa Old Town, and block one (II. two (S), thr -e (SI,
ten (10) and eleven (11), in SK-ac-r A Cae's ad
dition to the city o Rock Island and state of 1111
rois," pased t-eb.4. loS. and for furnishing all
the materials and duin tbe work according to
plana and specifications on file at tho city clerk's
Blank bids win be furnished oa application.
All bids must be accompanied with a
certiBed check la tbe sum of Ire hundred
dollars (SVW oa some Kock Island bank.
payable to Ibe ord r of the mavor or
said city, which shall become forfeited to said
city, in case ti e bidder shall fail to enter Into
contrast with auproved sureties to execute tha
work for tne price ascot ionea in nis ma ana ac
cording to tbe plans aod soeciflcattoaa in tha
event tast ine coo tract snail ue awaroaa to bus.
Contractors are reoulred to furnish samples of
brick, wnb which work Is to be done. Brick
asen in tne won must correspona wua taa ssm
ples in quality and style.
Rock Island, IlU Feb. 11. IRK.
A. D. HOISINO, City Clerk.
State Savings Bank,
Molimk, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Molina Sayings Bank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Organ' ted nmi r State Laws.
Open from 9 s. m. to 1 p. m , and
ednMlay and Saturday sights froaa
Potna Stmil, - - I resident
Hiaan Daai.ixs, - Vica FTesident "
C F Bnnvir, - Cashier
Porrca SKieasa. fliaaa Daauaa,
H H AniawoBTai, Oao H nwaans,
C F BntrsiT, C A Rosa,
C B AnswoBTBi, W H
W W Wblls.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mada for private psrtlss ta the
spotet taa west ay taa
Orchard State Bank
at OavCHAHD, WmUMk .
A. W.Daavr. FrsslilssJI.
atiuheU Lynda, Bankers.
i. I. lliitsasna Ossatsr Book
w. C. Oatht.-. M. D.
Bass j Bast's Ssms, Wset saMOrasi