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article win be priated em aetrtleas tlgnatsne.
twmn toHetted front every township
TUESDAY, J CUE 16. 1897.
Tbxrx Is a resemblance between
the governor of the state of Illinois
and the queen of Spain. The queen
asked tae advice of the liberal par
ties seemingly for the purpose of
not taking it. evidently baring made
op her mind to retain the conserve
tive members, and Mr. Tanner asked
the opponents of the Allen bill to
state their reasons against it after he
had made np his mind to sign it.
These is a crnstj old bachelor, of
considerable wealth in Kentucky.
"What will yon do with your money
when yon die?" tome one asked him
recently. "Well," he replied, "I am
going to sell everything for cash, and
get ail my money in paper. When
1 find that death is near, I'll pile this
paper money on the floor, stick a
match to it and lie down on it. Then
the money and the house and I will
all go together."
The Buffalo Commercial tells a
story of a little girl who was greatly
disturbed by the discoTery that her
brothers had set traps to catch birds
Questioned as to what she had done
in the matter, she replied: "I prayed
that the traps might not catch the
birds." "Anything else?" "Tee," she
said: "I then prayed that God would
prevent the birds getting into the
traps, and, as if to make it sure, I
went and kicked the traps all to
Editor L. B. Chapman, of the
Deering (Me.) News, who was arrest
ed May 27 for violation of an obsolete
statute in failing to qualify for the
office of fence viewer, to which the
eity eouncil recently elected him, ap
peared before Judge Hopkins in the
municipal court. May 39, and ap
pealed. Editor Chapman claims
that the city council elected him in
jest, and that his prosecution under
technicality is the result of preju
dice on the part of the city officials,
whose acts hare been criticised in
his newspaper. There are editors in
Moline who wonld not have been fined
for refusing a job like that.
The democratic bimetallists of
New Tork are making things lively
in that locality. Master Workman
Collins, of the Knights of Labor, has
announced that William Jennings
Bryan will make a free silver speech
in New York some time this month,
on his way home from his lecturing
tonr in Canada. It it cannot be ar
ranged for a speech at that time he
will be asked to fix a date when he
can make a speech in New York
'ander the auspices of the labor and
free silver organisations. It is also
announced that W. J. Uaynor, et the
Sew York supreme court, has con
sented to preside at the meeting to
oe neia in tne Academy ol Music,
Brooklyn, July 6, at which ex-Gov.
Altgeld. of this state, ia to be the
The return of Julian Hawthorne,
the special commissioner sent ont by
the Cosmopolitan to investigate the
famine ana piague in India, confirms
tne worst fears. British officials in
India were not anxious te have Mr.
Hawthorne risk his lite by a close in
spection ox tne norrors of plague and
famine, but he is a typical American.
and having undertaken to see the
real conditions, was deterred by no
dangers. Eight and a half millions
of people hsve already perished, and
the reading of Mr. Hawthorne's de
scription will open the eyes of the
world to a condition of affairs that is
almost inconceivable in this year of
jabllee. The Uarfield-Conkling fight
ia told for the first time in the June
Cosmopolitan by Thomas B. Connery,
who was at the period described
James Gordon Bennett's per
aonai representative. Tnere are
many of tit chief actors In the
vents of this time still alive, and
this new page of secret history is re
eeived with great interest. The dis
cussion of "Does Modern Education
Educate, in the Broadest and Moat
VCTTP1 ftt MrriM-sVr "g
I I 1 1, Uw, tutmr,. imm IX Win aa ul
! a ls mmm m nw! lffl -nl
sVaasjaaassaTT Bnsaa1 sMejejSHiaie) leaaa
J a mt mm j iHm at mmm tm
Liberal Sena of the Term?" is being
wiaeijreaa. it is raaical question,
and reaches in the nearest way nearly
all classes of men and woman. The
contribution to this discussion in
this month's Cosmopolitan ia by
President Morton, who la at tha
head of a great college of technology
established on modern lines.
OSacasI rreoeedlaga it lam t meat's Gin
City Council Boom, Bock Island,
June 14. The council met at 8 p. m.
pursuant to adjournment. Mayor
Medill presiding and all the aldermen
present except GslL Col. Henry Cur
tis by invitation of the mayor, ad
dressed the council in relation to a
reapportionment of paving tax on
Twelfth street in accordance with a
petition heretofore presented to the
council. Aid. Kennedy stated that
the finance committee of last year
had reported favorably on tbe matter
and it had been laid over. Tbe legali
ty of tbe proposed action being af
firmed by the city attorney. Aid.
Kennedy moved that the prayer of
the petition be granted. Carried by
Aid. Nelson from tbe joint commit
tee on waterworks and ordinances,
submitted an ordinance granting
sprinkling rights to the Xri-City
Sprinkling company for a period of
fifteen years, with right to repeal at
the end of five years. Adopted, ayes
11, noes 2 (Snrman, Dauber)
Aid. Dauber from the street and
alley committee, submitted a report
favoring the widening of Tenth ave
nue to lorty teet by condemnation.
Alb. Dauber reported favorably on
the resolutions of Aid. Gall and
Wheelan for certain street repairs.
which were adopted, and on other
matters referred further time was
The clerk read the ordinance mak
ing it unlawful for minors under 15
years to bs out on the streets at
night. The ordinance was modified
and adopted on motion of Aid. Ken
nedy by unanimous vote.
Tbe clerk read a petition from A.
J. Whitney for leave to erect a frame
barn on his premises, to be covered
with corrugated iron. Petition
granted on motion of Aid. Maucker,
r emission to open paved streets
was granted to the People's Power
oompany on motion of Aid. Con
cannon. The clerk read a petition from
Capt. J. N. Long for leave to erect a
warehouse on the levee. Referred
to street and alley committee on mo
tion oi Aid. Johnson.
The clerk read a petition from J.
Baker for leave to erect .a frame
building. Referred to the fire and
light committee with power to act.
Claims oi uavia company and Mrs.
H. Blake, heretofore presented, were
reierrea to tne claims committee,
city attorney and mayor.
ine clerk read a petition from E.
H. Guyer for the extension of a water
main. Referred to the waterworks
The clerk read a remonstrance of
citizens on Thirtieth street against
the proposed paving improvement.
Aid. Nelson moved to refer to the
street and alley committee. Carried
ine mayor called up the ordinance
for the improvement of Seventh ave
nue from Twelfth to Seventeenth
streets, and certain changes hereto
fore suggested were agreed to. On
the question of stipulating for an 8
hour day, the city attorney advised
oaution as the matter was open to
litigation. Aid. Kennedy moved to
amend oy requiring the work to be
aone unuer tne 8-nour system. The
amendment was adopted.
Ayes uoncannon, Surman. bee-
Ian, Fender, Kennedy, Nelson, Sod-
Noes Johnson, Lohse, Winter,
uaucker. Dauber, Bleuer 6.
The ordinance was then passed by
nnanimoua vote, and on motion of
Aid. Johnson, it was ordered that
the specifications shall require the
work to be done by home labor.
Tbe clerk read an ordinance for
the improvement of Seventh avenue
aetween Twenty-third and Thirtieth
streets by special taxation on the in
stallment plan. Aid. Concannon
offered an amendment providing for
wore nnaer tne o-nour system (the
specifications to stipulate for home
labor), which was adopted. The or
dinance was then ordered considered
immediately, and paaaed on motion
of Aid. Kennedy by unanimous vote.
Aid. Maucker offered a resolution
for a watermain on Eighth avenue,
which was referred to the waterworks
Aid. Johnson offered a resolution
to plaoe Tenth street between Fifth
and Sixth avenues in passable condi
tion. Referred to tae street and
alley committee with power to act.
The offer of H. F. Lamp of stone
anitable for crossings at S cents per
square loot was referred to the
mayor and street and alley commit
tee to investigate.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Dan
bar. A. D. Hcxsiiro,
The best Salve ia the world for
CuU, Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rhenm, Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Coma, and all
Skin Eruption, aad positively cures
Pile, or ao pay required. It is guar-
sateea to give perieet satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
ocx. cor eaue oy Marts at uuomever.
Busew Tarn ate Ska Oat?
If you have, you probably aeed a
reliable medicine like Foleyra Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and atop
tae nosing conga inoiaemai to Wis
diseaee. Hold by M. F. ftshnsen aad
! T. II- nomas, druggists.
MeCASKRIN A McCASKBIN,
Attorneys at Law.
BoekMaaeaoa Bmaa. Boekw
omee over Km a Math stotaTMilaa
Attorneys at Law.
gOjBeehi Book Island Hattonal Bank
J. J. ROACH,
Attorney at Law.
AbstiMM, CoJteetloa Asaaov.
nee over ITOT Boeoad avenue.
WM. L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Money to Loan, General Local Boat
Nojr aiiiOL im Second ave
nue, Bnfara bloek.
a o. svaaaar. c. l waiub.
SWEENEY at WALKER,
Attorney and Uoancellora at Law.
Offloe hi Benetton Block.
CHARLES J. SEABLE,
Attorney at Law.
of an kinds promptly
B'a Attomov of Knek
attended to. -State's Attorney ot Roe!
MoENIRY A McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good eeeurlty; make
ooueouons. Kererenee. Mitchell
Offloe, Mi toll ell
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell a Math's,
l Second aye-
DR. J. D. UN ANGST.
Offloe, Boom tt, Whl taker Block,
oomer Third and Brady atresia, Daren
port. N. Y. DENTAL PARLORS.
HI E. Third St., Davenport.
For painless fUlinn- with tha electric
eatapnone. Painleai eztraotlnc. All
' work at one-half tha
i Guaranteed for 10 years.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON.
Bye, Bar, Nose and Throat Only.
Offloe, Whlttaker Block, southwest
Corner of Third and Bnlw mm.
t Davenport, Iowa. Booms 17 sad 18.
Hours: 8 to 11 a. m.,1 to 4p.m.
JAMES P. HUBBELL,
Architect and Superintendent.
Boom 41, Mitchell a Lynde bulldlnc,
Architects and Bapertntendenta.
Boom n, Mitchell a Lynda BuOdlnc.
HENRY GAETJE. Prop.
Cut Flowers sad Daatfas of an Kinds
City store, 1697 Second avenue, Tele
pTugeno J, Burns
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Toar Patreaaga la SoUetasd.
( moo lltO. 8eeo4 A.
Harper Homes Block,
Thm Italy fneihnen
sad a Tetrety softness of tha skia m rsrvarhv
Il.ly attsiaed by tkoae ark as reaaasar's
THE AT.3PP. TUESDAY. JUNE IB, 1837.
in children's ready
MADE DRESSES, KltTS
AND BOYS' WAISTS. SEE
PBICES IN ANOTHER
PART OF THIS AD.
Sale bow on.
until end ot
BRILLIANT WINDING UP SALE of the Last of the $5o,ooo Stock of Dry Goods of the KIug-Hasler S
Company, which we purchased for 33 1-3 ,of its cost. Final mark-down of the greatest money saving lale that
was ever carried on m this vicinity. Hundreds of articles you need, on which you can save 50 to iot per cent W
by buying during this sale. Hundreds of yards of Dress Goods, Silks, Ginghams and Organdies, in just ks good S
condition as when they left the mills, but at prices at less than half of what it cost to produce these same goods lis
today. These prices evidence the immence saving during this final clearance of the Klug-Hasler Stock ijj
LOT I. Imported French Ginghams. 50 styles to select from King-Has
inr prices jz o so iou, our prices ic per yara.
LOT II. Best Imported Organdies in good assortment of designs and
colors. Klug-Hasler price, 35c a yard, our price 121c.
BARGAIN I. A Dandy Heavy
inohea wide, worth 6c,
Sale price per yard ,
BARGAIN II. Full 24 inch Wide
weight than Bargain One,
BARGAIN III. As heary a Sheeting as yon care to wash for
BARGAIN IV. Full 36 inch Bleached Starchless Mnslin,
per yard ...
BARGAIN V Full 36 inch 8Jc Bleached Starchless muslin,
for, per yard
BARGAIN VI. Fnll f wide, fine
usnauy soia anywnere eise zor ioc.
Sale price per yard ,
BARGAIN VII. 9-4 Heavy and Fine Unbleached Sheeting,
Sold for 21c, sale price, per doz
BARGAIN VIII. Full Bleached 9-4 Sheeting ; , . .
BARGAIN IX 111c Cambric Mnslins,
for, per yard
A NEW LINE
Notice of Final Settlement.
Bstata of Lorenzo C. KllloU. deceased.
Public notice 1. hereby errea that tha utder
'Uraed, H. 6. Xlliott, will attend before the
connty court of Rock Island eonnty, at the
court hours in Bock Island, on the IT h day of
1 one, 18T next, for the purpose of making dual
settlement ox sia etiate. si wnicn time ana
place be will ask for an order of distribution, ana
will also ask to be dischsrged. All persons In
terested are notified to attend.
Mock Island, 111- June 7. 1M7.
N. O. ixiott. Administrator.
BTUBOBOH A H ABBHALU. . .
Ex eon tor's Notloe.
state of George Xlzter. dsceastd.
The aadatslaaad havtns baea appointed exseu
tors of the last will and testament of George
Muter, lata of the county of Bock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased. Hereby tfres notice
that they will sppear before the county court ol
Bock Island connty, at the office of the clerk of
eeld court, in the city of Bock Island, at the
July term, on the first Monday In July
next, at which time all persons hsvlng claims
against ssid estate are notlSed and requested to
aueud for tha purpose of hsrlng the same ad
Justed. All persons Indebted to said aetata arc
requested to auks Immediate payment to tha un
Dated this SI day of Kay. A. D. 18S7.
Caaaua K. MrxraB,
Xstata of Dora Beck, Deceased.
The undersigned having beea appotated admin
istrator of the estate ef Dora Beck, lata ef
the connty of Bock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby greet sotlce that he will appeal
before the county court of Bick Island coun
ty, at the county court room, in the
city ef Bock Island, at the Asgu4 term, on
the first Monday In August, aaxt, at which Urns
all persons having ctaima against said es
tate are notified ana requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All parsons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment to the under
Sated this 7th day of June. A. D. 17.
Gottusm Bbok, Administrator.
Application by Conservator to Sell
BTATB OF ILUXOIB, l
Book Islutd Ootmr. I
In the county conn of said Bock Island connty.
To the July tana A. D., 1WT7.
To all persons concerned :
Public notice la heteby given that the aader
elgned confervator of Fre-arick Maxgelson, as
insane and dletractrd person, has filed la the
omce of the clerk of the counts court of Bock
Island eosnty in the siste of Illinois, a pstltioa
for an order af said court authorising aud em
powering him to sell the following real estate
ei'asted ia ths said sonniy of Bock Islsnd aad
beleeging 'to the said Frederics Msagelson,
LfOta aumber sevra (7) and eight (8) fa block
number one (1 ) in the township of South Moline .
And that ssld petition will bepreaeated for al
lowance on the Scat dsy of the Jal term A. l .
MOT, of said court to be begua and held In the
city of Rock Island in said Boca Island county
on the first Monday of July. A. D, 1V7. or ss
soon thereafter as coaneel can be heard, at waiea
time you can appear and show cause, if any yoa
have, why said petition r bonis not bs rramad.
Dated this St day of Juae, A. D , IbST.
Jou J. Boaca, Conservator of aaid Freds nek
Wuuul. LeroLra. Bo lid tor for Petitioner.
"Get posted on D y Goods before parting wiih your
money.". If you buy here you will not have to part
wi h so much, and still carry away more goods.
LAST GRASP .SPECIAL SALE
CORNER BRADY AND. SECOND STREETS. DAVENPORT.
Of the Klag-Hasler Dry Goods Stock.
Four Big Wash Goods
AMMONIA, 16 OZ. PURE,
NlneBlfirMnslln Bargaias-Four Bl&r Silk Specials.
Unbleached Sheeting, fall
Unbleached Sheeting the kind that is
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN ORGANDIES AT
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's efficiency seems to
be the way it Moss np" a white
shirt, though there are lots of ar
ticles which require more skill and
care. We invite you to compare a
shirt or any other article laundrted
here with those done elsewhere and
place your patronage accordingly.
We do not fear the test,
1734 Third Ave. Phone 1314.
idrs and Alter L'm,
Kw dijoowv. Will braes voa np In a weak.
Bold with a WKITTEK OCAIli.Tf:E toCtue Urnom
Dsbilitr.Iia of Sasuat I-eweria eit:ira,4nTeliuia.
rj Im;iB w.j from any kdic If uvli-eWcI. such
SreablM t-m4 in cpasnmptinu cr isaaaUT, J! as nrr Lox
syisiail, bo it. for SS. f W.th ,. Ki.ra n(i,,
awritt. C Jaruitre to ran or r-fuud thu uki ... as.
dress rial, ntwciri; CO Calaal chui
For tsle by A. J. Bcies, dtagglst. Beck bland
Tha only aafe, anre aad
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies- Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. Ask for
and talso TW other.. Sets FOB CIBCCLAB.
Price tUOptper boa, boxes for BS-Oe.
cl errs czzta. ca, rrrtt, ax
Lots to Close Quick. 18
LOT III Figured Lawn Dimities. Organdies, Klnir-Hasler prices wasVS
22o and 28c a yard, ocr price per yard, 10c.
LOT IV Fine Figured Marseilles and pure figured linen Duck, KW-Jls
Heeler price, 60o a yard, our price, per yard, 121c. ISg
1,000 BOTTLES FOR 5c
SPECIAL I Cheney Figured Black Silks. 24 inchea
Colored Satin Fancy Brocade Silks. Klug-Hasler
price fl a yard, our price ,
srwAl. H.-Colored Crystal Silk
' "ud,,,bp ") uouiar A.iug-nasier price
wae $1.25, our price
SPECIAL III. Wash Silks 20 and 22 inchea wide in plaida. flieht and
dark cnlnra and itrirx.. ,! i,a.j.j i:v c:n.1 ,r. x b
- r- u.uaucu ueui ouaa, niu
Hasler price 65c, our price .
SPF.PT AT. TV A int l
--. u ibucj nign graaes Silk com-
prising striped Dresden fig. taffetas, blotched designed taffetas W
satin stripes, crinkled silks, etc. Klug-Hasler prices ranging CO KSS
from 1 to $1.75 per yd. our price, choice per yard 7. . 07C JSC
All Wool 82-ineh Genuine French Challies. 17c a yard, are fully worth
"CJ 'vwuj aoiu ior, viz:
Genuine French Challies. Klug-Hasler price; 65c yard, our price 2'Jc !
ayard. Half Wool Challies tor 6Jo a yard, worth ISJc a yard.
MILLINERY FLOWERS -SPECIAL PRICES. 1
CHOICE, as CENTS j
For Poppiea, Chrysanthemums,
HARNED & VON MA UR.
(HICAGO medical institute
Our Klectrie Marhlns for the treatmsnl of rTervou Ul UUlll dCACo.
Dlsssess, Bhenmstism, and Z Bay Work.
NUBVODS DEBILITY Exhaustive drains, aleepleasasss, threatened la
CATABKH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bhenmatism.
VARICOCELE la tha most active
irlH with sthms abaa an mmm
method? Hydrocele cued la three dars
WOMEN Suffering from diseases ptxmliar to their sex shonld consult as:
WeBevaeared htaayeesaatfveaBpaslHmleae.aadewte eunrl . i
operaUona pacformed at your homa if desired. Abdoaalaal and brala surgery a apecukty .
FACIAL BLEMISHES Superfluous Lair removed.
0 ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN 0
P yea mat i aiiu eills. BsadrsMeafed SyattlU Eesis t ts is, I at a, t at S. aaidays.
lJStsl SO, Beet of refereacca and cradentisis.
DR. J. IE. WALSH.
OFFICE 19t W. Third St., atoCoiloagh, BaUdlng. DaToaport, Iowa.
THE BEST JUDGE t
Of what constitutes good beer Is the man who
drinks beer la the same way that ha eata his meals whenever
he feels he wants it. Good jodgea will tell yon that Eock Isl
and beer is the finest product of malt and hops to be found
anywhere aad that's good eaoagh for Rock .Island people.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE
LOW PRICES VB QUOTE
IN THE ADVERTISE
MENT ON KFADYMADK
SUITS, SKIRTS, BICYCLE .
Silk aad Lisle
white or black,
with king or
hiirh or losr
PER BOTTLE. S
22 inches wide in green, navy. W
t . . . .
oio a yara; silk and wool. 32 inch
Apple Blossoms and Roses.
37c A YARD.
Chronic, Nervous and
das ia aertsts exoaatii
Sorotala, Syphilis. Bloo
aarea oy ear aaraaosa sy
saw a mm, mm
aerrons debility. Why tre
- ao naia.
core tat asvsa days by ru paiais -