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HOCK IST.ANTT WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, lfc9.
Trices whittled down on
Our stork is t'' lr'. wouM like to
r,.,)nce it one-half this we. k. We only
., one wv ' do '
i...n.h the line win itihko in-m
l,jte hlHtik. ts; we ssy now many, so
.li.n'l '' disappointed if you are not one
of the n'',t luiu iiifr
f,.r tlii" I"' 51c " ,'r; c0",,, n"1 wbiir,e
h(, prj,T on thin lot more without too
t,ii it I'. Tlie hi?)i r tbe price snd the
,.,,, tlie hlanket the more we have
v hiitl''l the price until soinn f the fini r
dNnkWs are l a mur-h less price limn
V)U hnvi- evi r been lempied with;
litre Is the whv prices have been
whittled down fur this week:
im white wool Idnnkets whittled
,.,we to i :
H I and $3 l" white wool blanket
whittled down io 2 04.
$4 ,vinnd$4 75 e ra size white wool
Manket- whittled down to 3.87 il pair.
,- l4 white wool blankets whittled
,),. n to $1 CJ.
171 1. 1716. 1718. 1720 w! 1722 Skcmnd Avexi'K, Hook Isi.ano
Must Eefluce Sfi !
no ie rnicT.fl.
Americ.in Bible Societii s Hiblcs (it
Psfonl Bi'des at cot.
Burster Bible at cost.
Window Shades at cost.
Wa'.l Papers very cheap.
Albums of City of Heck Island fitk.
22x28 Engravings 47c.
at est. A jib lot nf
at your own prices.
KINGSBURY A SON.
17'!5 Second Avenue.
N a ZFLEIYllYliNG,
$s$&wiiyr I. ft
r. ..nt-j-. VS. I Vl
"4afM I ffllJ
f2fCaU and examine our Goods and rices.
KAM & FLEMMING,
jSTo. 1811 Second Avenue,
fjftwepn Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets,
(kelersirs3 BuiLDiXrt) HOOK ISLAND, ILL.
WALL PAPER at a BARGAIN
I ' " A. "J. f.
We Lave the largest stock in the city, and are bound to sell, and prices are
going to make it go.
Painting, Graining and Paper Hanging done on 6bort notice. All work
guaranteed. Don't fail to note the place. .
1401 Second Avenue.
Will pay for oifr 3 50 all wool ecarlot
five pound blankets We have sold you
cheaper red blankets, but nothing to
compare with this at the price.
6 00 while blanket, extra quality
and sir., whittled down to ft 68 a pvir.
$7.50 and 18 00 white wool blaDkets
whittled down to 6 00 a pair.
110 00 white wool blankets whittled
down to $8.00 per psir.
A smsll lot of cheese cloth bed com
forts o at 1 . 75 and $2 00: old price
$2 35 and f 2 fi8
Home made bed comfort?" dark print
containing 5 pounds baits, go at 85 cts;
were $1 .35.
Mske your selections early; best
thing go first. Anticipate your wants,
il will tie colder by and by.
Children's wool mittens 6c a pair.
Children's wool logins 11c a pair.
I. idles' wool l'L'ins 22c a pair.
Pink m'x;'d ttinn-l likt a yard.
Q ey mixed twill llmnd 11c a yard.
K.-d twill flinni'l KUe a yard.
All wool ted flannel tic a yard.
The Best Inkstand
IN' THE WOULD.
The air is not admitted into the Ink
bi'iintain. hence l k is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of ii.k
l he pen kul'c otp cup enables the writer
10 rejiulite wiih aernr.icv the quantity of
ink to be taken on the pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
KINC.SBl'KY A SON,
17lCi Second Avenue
ami Dnleis in-
.r AAX.'JJLJL;kCA III
COYNE'S IOWA CASE.
lateresttnc Knianclempnt Uremiac
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Owsfrshlp mar lavenprt The
The case of Ed ward H. Guyer, et al, vs
W. L. Coyne and Uenry Flurgel, which
is occupying tbe attention of tbe district
court at Davenport, is one which is of
more or less interest in Hock Island, not
only because all the parlies involved are
residents of this city, but because the
case is one tin t gave rise to Coyne's
many suits of a criminal nature here. The
IktHOcrat' Gazette says:
It is an intricate case. All the parties
live in Rock Islai d. but the suit itself is
oyer a title to 1st d in this county. The
sum involved is small, but tbe entangle
menu over it are great. The plaintiff'
petition states th it on the 31st day of
December, 1885, Edward H Guyer re
covered judgment, in tbe circuit court for
acott county asrunst Henry 1 lufcgel in
the sum of $319; and that on the 19th
day of January. 1886, Henry Feiler re-
overed judgment by confession before
the clerk of the circuit court of Scott
county against Fiuegcl in the sura of
$414 00 The plainlifl then avers that
December 6th, 1H84, James Quinn con
veyed to Henry Fluegel 2U5 acres in
Princeton towunhip, Scott county, and
thai December 8 h, 18S4. Henry Flueuel,
'with tue inieut to place the property be
yond the reach of bis creditors, did make.
xecute and deliver to W. L Coyne a
deed to the said land." Il is averred that
'Coyne gave no ood, valid nor sufficient
consideration for the deed, and accepted
tbe samawitb the same with the intent
to assist Fluegel in hindering and delay-
ng his creditors in defrauding his cred
itors, and in placing the lands beyond
he reach of Lis creditors." And "Coyne
does now hold the lands in trust for Hue
gel with the pro mise and understanding
to use, control aid deed tbe land as rleu
gel may denigni e " Plaintiffs state that
the indebtedness on which the above-
mentioned judgments were based was
ncurreil prior to, and was subsisting at
the time of the conveyance of the lands
by FlcuKi-l to Coyne. The plaintiffs ask
that the deed be declared null and void
and be ordered cancelled, and that ah in
junction issue restraining Coyne, Fleugel
and all other pa-ties thereto Jrora making
any deed and coaveysnces of the proper
ty in question.
Henry Flense! enters a cross petition
in which be states that t' e lands involved
are called the '"Vapsie farm," which
worth $9 IKM) at least, that he Exchanged
lands in Rock Idand county. 111., with
Mr. Fivnn for the farm, and gave him
mortgage on it for f 2.6HO, that being the
difference in I lie vluc of the
farms. Mr. Fluegel alleges further
that W. L. O-iyne was his adviser
in the transaction, and had previously
been his lecal advistr and agent for a
number of yefrs preceding. He avers
ihut Coyne had for a number of years
carried on an extensive real estate busi
ness in Rock IsUnd, had studied law, and
petitioner cons dered him an expert in
such matters and relied implicitly on his
advice and trus'ed to his honor; so after
the purchase cf tbe Wapsie farm, be
placed it in the hands of Coyne as real
eslate as;ent to fell. II s-iys that Coyne
represented tha'. Jie could sell the farm
for a higher price if the t'tie s'oo 1 in his
name; that he could refer intending pur
chasers to Fluegel lor representations as
"o me value in-rcoi. aua wouui protect
Fluegel by delivering to him a bond to
reconvey the property to Mrs. Fiuegel.
He did tfcus rot vey the lands to her, the
consideration l.eiug given at SS.IHIO
$4 tMH) of whi.-h was acknowledged to
have been received and !?4 (HH1 evidenced
by promissory i otes. Cone represented j
thut this was the proper method to pro
tect bis interests, and gave him a nceipt
for S4.HM to i rotect against the n tes.
In January, 1SS5. Coyne proposed a
plan to reduce I lie mortgage indebtedness
n the Wapsie farm, bv deeding to Mrs.
Flui-yet a store in Hock Island for a "pre
tended and written cr.n-idiration of
ft 3 IKS);" that Fluegel should then tra if
i he a1 ore lo Mr. (juitui for the $2. GOD
mortgage; thai Co ne should accept for
hi store a nor'gge on the farm for
2,(M!0. by which Huegel cou d be the
gwiner in the sum ot irfidD Fluegel ac
cepted the proposition, and Coyne !avc
him n deed acc.ir.iinuiy. dating it back to
eeeiiil-r 8, ys4, so as to correspond
with the dte of I lie conveyance of the
farm to Coyne "all of which your peti
tioner did not observe, as he is unfamil
iar with the English language and was
not at all suspicious of Coyne, hut relied
upon his honesty implicitly " Mr.
Fluegel states that t c trade with Mr.
l'iinn filled, nnd that Coyne knew it
would. Coyne advised Fluegel to move
into the store, so that people desiring to
purchase might inquire of him, and told
Fluegel he might have the property free
of lent. Fluef.el accepted the advice and
occupied the p-operty. Coyne sent var
ious people to Fluegel for the purpose of
obtaining evidence against him. Flue
gel claimed the store property as his own,
rented the ftrt t floor and collected the
rent. So, Fluegel states. Coyne led him
on unconsciously in a perfect net work of
circumstantial evidence that he might
afterwards prove that Fluegel had ac
cepted the property as his own, to tbe
end that be mighi set up the deed as
consideration for the conveyance of the
Mr. Fluegel avers that as between him
self and Coyne he never accepted the
proporty as his own or as a consideration
for tbe fsrm, that his wife never took
possession of it, that she did not know a
deed had been made to her till nearly a
year after the conveyance had been made,
and she has never accepted the property
The plamtifi then avers that Coyne
cunningly dev sed all of the transfers to
defraud him o!' his property, and that he
never bad his tuspiciona aroused until tbe
fall of 1883, when a petition had been
filed in court by one George II. Maish,
against Flutgt 1 and Coyne to set aside
the conveyance ot the farm. Coyne ad
vised petitioner that it was necessary for
bim (Coyne) to have the bond to proper
ly protect his tights, and Fluegel gave it
to bim. When Coyne was asked tore
turn the bond he said he bad lost it, but
would make it right.
Fluegel avers he has repeatedly re
quested Coyne to reconvey the farm, but
Coyne put him ojl on one pretext or
another and Inally declared the farm
was conveyed to bim in consideration of
bis conveyance of the property in Rock
Island to Mrs. Fiuegel. That property
is no consideration at all for the farm, for
it is encumbered by mortgage to one Eva
McKinsley for f 700. all that it is worth.
So Fluegel asks that Coyne be decreed to
bold the farm s trustee of Fluegel, and
reconvey tbe t roperty to him. and that
Coyne and all parties claiming, or to
claim by, through or under the transfers
named, be restrained from conveying or
encumbering tbe property.
Defendant Coyne in his answer, de
nies all allega'.ions of fraud or attempt to
defraud creditors in tbe transactions and
transfers namt d in the petition, but de
clares that all his acts were for an honest
Durnose. and no wrong to plaintiff or any
other person vas intended by him. The
case has been regarded with much inter
est by tbe members of the bar ever since
It was nniered in March. 1886 and the
trial cf it to court will be interesting.
It is believed i.bat a week to ten days will
be required fer the trial of it.
The attorneys in the case are H. M,
Henley, of Davenport, J. T. Kenworthy
and Adair Pleasants, of Rock Island
for plaintiffs: Gannon & McGuirk
an t Bill & Hass, of Davenport, for defen
dants. SUPT. .SCHNITGER'S .SYSTEM.
Detailfttr;theJ Kunnlag Arrangement I
of Car on thi ttoimea Llnra la the
Tri-Cities The Track Laying.
8upt. Henry Schnitger, of the Holmes
syndicate lines in the cities of Rock Isl-
and, Davenport and Moline, has about
perfected the details of the running ar-1
rangement of his cars on the various lines
and route's comprising his svstem. There
are to be thirty-three cars in all, distrib
uted about as follows: fourteen on the
two lines between Rock Island and Mo
line, two on the Elm street plug. six. on
the Davenport and Rock Island bridge
line, eight on the Third street liDe, in
Davenport, and three on the Sec
ond street route across the river.
The routes will be designated by the
colors of the cars as follows: Direct line
between Rock Island and Moline, red;
Rock Island and" Moline via Thirty-fifth
street, blue; 'Davenport and Rock Island
line, green; E!m street plug, yellow; I
Third street, Davenport, Pullman, choco
late; Second street, Davenport, blue.
The east bound track of the Moline &
Rock Island route is being connected
with the old one on Second avenue be
t ween Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets,
and when this is done the cars will be
switched into the new track, while the
west bound track is extended from
Twenty first street west and joined.
Then Mr. Schnitger will bo able to
run his Thirty fifth street cars down
over the main line to Fifteenth street.
and reduce the time of cars between
those two streets to seven and one-half
minute cars. When the track laying I
operations are completed in Rock Island.
the Second street line in Davenport will
be double tracked west to Scott and
Third streets. The island track will be
double all the way across and nicely
paved, a tent having been' erected un
der the viaduct at the end of the cause
way to prepare the paving cement, etc.
Won. rotten, incnarge or this work, in
formed an Akoi'S representative last
evening that he expected to get atj tbe
paving by Monday next.
The Franklins, the First wrd hose
company, ars determined to neglect noth
ing that will promote their efficiency and
reliability. INot satis nea with tbe pro
vision of a trained horse for their equipage.
and the purchase of an elegant four
wheeled cart which is to arrive next
Saturday, the west end dots nave ar
ranged with Mr. Chas. Fiebig to put in
a system of electric bells which pracli
cally gives the company the advantage of
a paid department. Mr. Fiebig will com
mence next Monday to put eight different
buttons in various parts of the plo?
works. eight in the mill and yards of
Wcyerhau8cr & Denkmann, and
two at the stove works. These
buttons which are paid for by
the factories, reaping tbe lienefit,
will connect with the Franklin hose
house, the residences of Phil Miller and
Chas. Hodges and the Mill store. For
this purpose six anunciators will be
piacea in inc nose nouse ami an alarm
sent in will not only notify the house. but
tbe various places named where members
of the company are to be found. At
night two men will always sleep in the
The Franklins elected offloeis the other
evening as follows:
Foreman Phil Miller.
Assistant Foreman Arthur Riible.
Secretary Fred Hodges.
Treasurer Wm. Roth.
Tbe Franklins are thinking of giving a
fair to assist tbem in defraying the ex
penses they hsve incurred in their enter
prise, and if they do, the public will
show its appreciation by patronizing
Jan 14 A L Bi elow to V A Darlin.
lots 9. 13. 14. block 8, Cordova. $700. and
D T Pinneo to A L Bigelow, same, $70 '
Rennah Wells to A & J Anderson, e 4
se 17. 18. le. $3,200; bcirs R Wells to
J L & R A Wells, same. $1.
Heirs of Rennah Wells to R A Wells,
nwi 21. 18. le.
P B Mead to H C Connelly, pt lot 4,
block 10. Rock Island, $1,200.
Edith Snyder to O J Dimick. lots 52.
53. 54, 55. South Rock Island. 800.
C S Bett to V Dauber, w lot 2, block
12, Spencer and Case's addition. Rock
S Haley to Sarah B Cobb, lot 5. block
i. Edwards' second subdivision, Moline,
15 Ellen Bresnahan to Thomas Breg'
naban, pt outlot 54, 86, 18, 2w, $1.
John Ross to Jacob Rilev, w lot 53,
block 24. Chippiannock, $23.
Alice D Cady to W J Entrikin, lot 2,
block 2, Moline, $1, and W J Entrikin
to M Yale Cady, same, $1.
H H Andresen to Carlo Ballarini, lot
8, block 8, East Rock Island. $900.
Jinmle IMxttn's Raffle.
The raffle for the $60 suit of clothes
put up by J. T. Dixon, the merchant tai
lor, took place at the Rock-Island bouse
last evening, and was conducted bv
Messrs. C. O. Bloom. F. P. Welch and
John Corcoran. The conditions were
that the numbers seventv-flva in n
should be shaken up together, and that
tbe last one out of the box should take
the suit. Ticket 33 was the fortunate
one, and Deputy County Clerk J. K.
Cooke held it. As said heretofore, Ed
Lieberknecht had no chance in this raffle.
Observer Fitzgerald had orders this
morning to hoist the black flag, and the
Argus signal was run up. Tbe indica
tions are a fall of twenty degrees in twen
ty-four hours, with prospect of several
days colder weather following.
is undoubtedly caused by lactid acid in
the blood. This acid attacks the fibrous
tissues, and causes tha pains and aches
in tbe back, shoulders, knees, ankles,
hips and wrists. Thousands of people
have louna in uooa sarsaparuia a pos-
Hive cure lur rucuuiatiaiu. uib iuouh
..In h it. nttrifvino action, neutralizes
the acidity of the blood, ana also builds
' J I J -ry .
ud and strengthens tbe whole body.
A counter irritant tbe customer who
overhauls but never' buys.
A Bird'n-Eye View of Uoek Ilani
Which is a Landscape of Beanty
nd Artistic Merit.
In October last, representatives of the
American Publishing Company of Mil-
waukee, came to Rock Island to look
over the ground and prepare to make a
bird's-eye msp or view of.the city . The
advertising committee of the Citizens'
Improvement Associatiou investigated
tbe matter and determined if possible to
induce the company to give us a work of
art, superior to anything heretofore at
tempted in that line, and on terms which
would make it possible to secure a great
advantage to our city.
Mr. Henry Wellge. the president of the
company, and one ot toe nnest artists in
this country in this line of work, if in
deed be has a peer, was induced to come
to Rock Island and personally make tbe
sketch, from which, the engraving is to
be made. An examination of the work
will show how well it has hen done. Tbe
smallest details have not escaped the eye
of the artist, and are depicted with min
ute accuracy While the backarou'id
bo rdered by the bluffs south of Rock
river, and extending trom a point essto:
tbe Moline bridge almost to And.tlu-is,
forms a delightful land'-c .pe, and brings
out the beauty of the now famous view
from Rlack Hawk's watch tower. The de
tail work of the picture is really wonder
ful, showing as it does tbe actml appear
ance of every building, even to the small-
est'eottage which lies in the fild of view.
The view is supposed to be taken from
an elevation up two miles over the ferry
dock at Davenport, enabling the observer
to lok over some seven miles of the
country before the bluffs cut off the view
Mr. Chas. J. Smith, of the American
Publishing company, is now in the city
with the original pen sketch made by Mr.
Wellge, which will fully repay an exam
ination by any one who feels any interest
in our city and its progress. It is the in
tention of the parties who have this mt
ter In charge, to secure the circulation of
twenty thousand of the pictures in every
part of the United States, and it is certain
that such a course wi'.l result in great ben
efit to the city .
The Rock Islan i arsenal and tbe ter
minus of the Hennepin canal, making the
picture a matter of interest to people in
all parts of the country.
Died sfsn Apparently Alight Injury
Edward C Pnr-el, of the U.,ston store
firm of Harned, Pursel V Von Maur,
Davenpoit, died yesterday afternoon
The particu'ars of the injury with a pen
knife, the point of which was thrust into
his left thigh just below the groin as he
was cutting pasteborl, on the 2fl:h tilt
have been given and a!s i the results
from Inflammation. At 11 o'clock ves
tetdiy an arterial op ration was per
formed in hopes of arresting the progress
of blood poisoning; but the trouble had
gone too far, and the patient never came
out of the influence of the acalhetic.
Mr. Pursel was twenty six years of age.
White clover honey, at C. C. Tn
apples, at C. C.
Pickled tongue, trip
ui l pigs fe:,
just received, al May's.
Chickens and turkeys dressei to order,
at C. C. Truesdale's.
Rooms for rent, furcisl.ed or not; rent
ow to right parties. Address Z
The rink will be open for skating on
Friday evening. Admission ID cents.
There is to be an important meeting cf
St. Paul lodge. K P., this evening.
The Island City club meets al its roon s
in Star block at 7.30 tomorrow night.
Lost A key; finder will pleau leave
at Barnes' grocery, and receive reward.
The estate of the late Wm. Renwick.
of Duvcnport, is estimated at f-lOO 00 .
Time is short in which to buy goods at
cost at the assignee sale of K.ibiuson &
Mr. James Cczatt left last evening for
Horton, Kan., to accept a position as en
gineer in a new elevator at Hint place.
John J. O'Bnan, of Davenport, was
fined $5 and costs by Magistrate Bennett
this morning, for being drunk and disor
derly. The auction sale of Wm. Ramskill's
stock occurred this morning, Wm. Jack
son, Esq , becoming the purchaser for
St. Paul Lodge, K P.. lias an imports
ant meeting this evening, to discuss the
uniform rack matter. All are requested
to be oresent .
deck's traveling museum, Second ave
nue, near Harper House will exhibit four
days only, January 16, 17, 18 and 19.
Admission 10 cents.
There is to be an important wedding in
the lower end of town tomorrow night,
followed by an extensive bridal tour
which is to include the Mardi Gras fes
tivities at New Orleans.
Mr. Thomas Marshall, of Chicago, and
Mise Kitty Carney were married last
evening at St. Joseph's church, by Rev.
Kather Mackin. A receptioa and supper
followed at the bride's home on Vine
street and the midnight train bore tbe
happy young couple- to their new home
in the city on the lake.
Mr. Geo. Altera, formerly of Rock Isl
and, but now of Lincoln, Neb., is in the
city greeting his numerous old frieuds.
Alter first went from Rock Island to
Fort Madison, then following tbe star of
! empire he turned up at Lincoln and still
he says bis face is turned westward. We
expect to hear of him at the Golden Gate
Charles C. Leslie, of Davenport, who
has been a sort of transient resident of
Rock Island fcr tbe past eighteen months,
was adjudged, insane at Davenport this
morning and sent to Mt. Pleasant for
treatment. He inherited quite an estate
I trom his father, but about two years ago
WM alUcked wta a peculiar kind of
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F'J "su.t iiTonuuu, uu m
his actions he is restless and uncer-
Subscribe for the Dally .Argus.
MOLINE WANTS HIM.
Principal Hatch Receives a Very
CompKmrntary Call, Whleh He Stay
Mr. W. W. Hatch, for nearly seven
years the popular and efficient principal
of the Rock Island high school, has been
elected by the Moline board of education,
superintendent of the Moline city schools
to flil the vacancy cau?ed by the "resigna
tion of 8upt. Mack. The offer is a very
complimentary one to Mr. Hatch, in that
it came to him without solicitation on bis
part; indeed when first approached on
the subject by a committee of the Moline
board, some time since, be refused to con
eider such a proposition. He was urged
to do so however. Last Monday night the
Moline board elected him, and yesterday
President Sloan viBited him and made a
formal tender of the position, and this
Mr. Hatch is now considering.
The offer is a very tempting one as tbe
salary is much larger than his present
compensation and more in keeping with
the demands of his ability, but the duties,
while probably of a more responsible and
exacting nature, are not so confining, and
would, should Mr. Hatch accept thero.be
more pleasant for bim as he is at present
almost broken down as a result of clone
application to work
Tue Rock Is'.and school board
the friends of public education and the
public generally, would regret ex-
ceedinuly, any decision on Mr. Hatch's
part that would sever his connection with
tbe Rock Island schools, in the up-builds
ing of which he has been in such a great
part instrumental. It was largely through
his efforts that the new high school build
ing was secured, an institution which
Rock Island will always look upon with
satisfaction nd pride. It is sincerely to
be hoped oe may be induced to remain in
Rock Island, for men of his ability and
experience are not often to be found.
Trinity club, of Davenport, gives
second assembly at Masonic Temple
Invitations havj been issued by Mr,
and Mrs. C. H. Deere for a domino at
Masonic hall, Moline, next Tuesday evens
The bay trotting horse Billy, lately
owned by Mr Sharp Silvis; an open side
bar speeding buggy ; harness, and Fort
land speeding cutter, all as good as new,
will be sold at W. J Kerr's liverv stable
on Saturday, Jan 19, at 3 P. M. to the
highest bidder. The horse is 10 years old,
A No 1 road horse, safe, sound and
Th'rd Annual all.
St. John's Mannerchoir of this city will
give their third annual hall at Turner
hall, on Saturday evening, January 19,
Music by Bleuer's orchestra. Geo.
Mroehle. prompter. Admission 50 cents.
Ladies free Supper extra. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public.
"It's only a question of time," and a
short lime, loo, as to when your rheumas
tism will yield to Hoods Sarsaparilla
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island House.
WE OFKER FOR SALE-
Important Points are:
lit. Interest ia 7 per cent net to Lender.
M. We collect interest without charge.
3d. Loans offered are complete aud Investor
seta bis papers at once.
4tb. We examine lha records annually for de-
linqnent tavee on lauds covered by our mortgagee.
biir. Our apent Inspects each farm before we
make a loan on It.
6th We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
7th. No uaine or expense snared by ns to make
our bu?lnee as safe for our clieuU as experience.
good lailn and ekUl can make It
8tb. Inventor can be supplied with loans for
'i0 sod upwards.
Call or write for circular.
K. M.HENLEY, Attorney.
Rooms 80, 81. 83 Masonic Temple,
Bi U Ordalntd by tk$ City Council of the City o
tSOCK. MWW .
Sec 1. That the Rock Island Lumber A Mfar.
Co.. Weyerhaeuser Si Denkmann, P. C. Denkmann
and their associates, oe and they are hereby au
thorised and empjwered to construct, maintain
and repair at their sole expense a private sewer to
run as follows: From the mala sewer on Fifth
arenue east of Twenty-eventh street along
Twenty-eevemh stiectto ixth avenne.
2 The said named Dartio and thrtr associates.
their heirs and assign, shall have exclusive con
trol of said sewer, and ah ill construct and repair
tbe same under the direction of the street and al
ley committee of said el'y : d no person or tier
ns shall be i-ermltted to connect therewith for
any purpose whatsoever, or io flow therein any
liquid or other matter without first paying ihe city
clerk of said city their equitable proporUjn of the
cost of the construction thereof, to be determined
in case of disagreemet by direction of t city
council, the amount so paid to be d'Vlded between
said named parties in proportion to the amount
original y paid by them respectively for the con
8 Whoever shall violate tha provisions of this
or.iin nee. shaU be liable and subject to a One of
not less man test iio aotiars, nr more man arty
Fas tl. Jan. 7, 1SS0.
V. M. BUftJSDUIO, Msyor.
iiaiiit Kosaxia, City Clark.
Bear inventory is again approaching at
It ia hard work but it must be done. All piece
goods must be unrolled, measured and re-rolled.
Dress goods, flannels, table linens and even rib
bous and laces must go through the unwinding
and winding up process. Hosiery, gloves, un
derwear and notions of all kinds must be count
ed. The less goods in stock the quicker the
work is done. Cash can be counted much quick
er than goods can be measured, so Mclntire Bros,
inaugurate a DISCOUNT SALE for this week.
12 1-2 Per Cent
or 1-8 will be deducted from the bottom of every bill amount
Id to and over tl.00 domestics excepted. This discount ap
plies to every department, dress goods, silks, table linens. nap
kins, hosiery, corsets, gloves, umlrwear every department
but the domestic. From j.rice of all cloaks
25 PER CENT
wi'l be deducted, plush sacques excepted. Muslins, tlckf and
all domestic! at lowest price.
MIN TIRJffi BROS.
Hock Island. Illinois.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1810 Second avenne, is receiving dally his stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
We are possibly overstocked with
and have decided to hold prices down to the Lowest
Summer schedu e. In doing so we do not realize actual
cost to-day. We have the Bright, Clean Scranton
White Ash and the Purest LEHIGH Mined in Amer
ica. Go to our Yards, Fourth and Front streets, Daven
port, Ia., and see the Handsomest Coal in. the market.
J. S. WYLIE,
Telephone, No. 1. Masonic Temple, No. 1.
New Elm Street Qrocery
DANQTJARD & BROWNER
iTLOTJR AJSTD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
They solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW FIRM A TRIAL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
West Side Market Square,
Has the larges Dining Room in the trinities seating capacity 250 persons.
25 cents buys a pood wholesome meal
25 cents pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. 8. All must come sober. C. IX GORDON. Proprietor.
Uu Kentucky Bourbon $1.75 per Gallon
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; - ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
fySend for Price List. P. O. Box 82.
Kidney and Liver Pills
ror fb cnr of liver. Kliincr. Blood aad
aea diaeancs. These celebrated pllsar raattak
Inr tM puce of the more expensive remedies far
kidney and Over complaint, and are far wpsrtor,
more eerily taken, and ia fact are the beat ttitag
ever introduced for ell diseeaee of the kidneys
end liver, tick headache, pain In the beck qt
ride, hrertbam. rnewinr and bnrnlnc peine at tha
pit of the stomach, yellow skin, coated locjrne,
cornier np of the food aiier eating, inflammation
of the kidneys. aTarel, etc. end as a faeuly pill
they hare so equal, and ahosld be kept In crair
Uiractkmst For rVfc headache, two or three at
bedtime; for dyepepsin, one ererj day belore
dinner: for disorder ot the Sidneys, tws, two or
three tunee a week nntl) relieved; for disorder
of the liver, and. hflhimiwee. three or four as re
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
The proprietor wfU forward them to any sddiess
by mail, sa receipt of price.
25 Cts a Bottle.
Bade cc ty by
BOOK. ISLAND. TU
Second avenue, Rock Island.
KOClv ISLAND, ILLS.
Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup
Whooping; Cough. 8pittlng of
Blood and all Diseases
of the Lungs.
One trial ia a'l that la necessary to sonvinca
yon ibat II Is the beat Congo Remedy made, so
neit time you have a tough or cold, call and get
Price 10. 25 and 50 cents. . "
Call for circular containing testimonials.
T. H. Thomas.
V. B. Above eoods shipped to any address aa
tveetpt Of the prise.