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THE LOAVES AND FISHES.
President Harrisoa Still Slaking
A Sambfr of Important Slinniona and
Mlaor Offlerai Provided for-Other
Washington, March 19. The presi
dent sent the following nominations
to tne senate to-day:
Whitelaw Reid of New York, to be
envoy extraordinary and minister pien
ipotentlary of the United States to
Andrew C. Bradley, to be associate
justice of the supreme court of the
District or toiumbia.
B. It. McFie of Xew Mexico, to be
associate justice of the supreme court
or tne territory 01 jNew Mexico.
' Frank R. Aikens of Dakota, to be
associate justice of the supreme court
The following postmasters were nom
John A. Tellows at Pontiac, 111.
Mrs. Lucy Bowers at Tipton, la.
Charles II. Ei'ritt at Atlanta, la.
William E. Carpenter at Manning, la.
Mrs. Sarah bartliman at uriswold, la
Frank F. Piner at Sheldon. Ia.
Edward McGlachlin at. Stevens Point,
Adelman M. Andrews at Planking
Capt. Edmund Tt. Morse of Rut
land, Vt., has been appointed private
secretary to Secretary Proctor.
Julius Goldschmidt of Wisconsin, to
be consul general of the United States
William W. Thomas, Jr., to be min
ister to Norway and Sweden.
Following are army appointments of
tne ordnance department: .Lieut. Adal
bert R. Rufflnirton to be colonel; Maj.
Joseph P. Farley to be lieutenant colo
nel and captain; Otto E. Michaelis to
be major; Capt. Julius H. Petzki to be
surgeon with rank of major. First
regiment of artillery: First Lieutenant
Gilbert P. Cotton to be captain; Second
Lieutenant Charles FI. Hunter to be
Postmasters Wm. S. Chase, Sturgis,
Dak.; John Cutter, Parker, Dak.; aud
William Wallace, Iodianspolis, Ind.
Confirmed by the Snat.
Washington, March 19. The senate
made the following confirmations to
day: B. D. Slaughter to be marshal of
Smith A. Whitfield to be second as
sistant postmaster general.
Abraham I). Hazen to be third as
sistant postmaster general.
Samuel R. Thayer to be minister to
Who tha 'oitiinr Are.
Washington. March 19. Julius Gold
schmidt, who was appoiuted to day to
be consul general at Vienna, is a resi
dent of Pennsylvania, about 40 years of
age, and married, lie is a gentleman
of. wealth, culture and pleasing ad
dress. He succeeds Edmond Jussen,
Dromer-in-iaw or ;ari rxiiiurz.
Capt. Morse, who to day was appoint
ed private secretary to Secretary
Proctor, graduated from Connecticut
university in 1879, and until recently
nas oeen actively engaged in tne man
agement of large marble interests
controlled by Proctor. He is also a
member of the bar.
Andrew C. Bradley, who was nomi
anted to be judge of the supreme court,
District of Columbia, is a life long
resident of Washington. He graduated
from Harvard law school in '") and has
been eugaged in the practice of law in
this city ever since.
J. Louiie Bell, who was yesterday
appointed general superintendent of
the railway mail service, is 60 years of
age, and was born in Reading, Pa. In
his 28th year he entered the service of
the Philadelphia & Heading railroad
company as clerk in th freight depart
ment. After several years of efficient
service he was advanced to the position
of general freight agent. He served in
that capacity until lvn) when he was
made general traffic manager of the
Philadelphia & Heading system and
served until March 1, iHSi), when at the
expiration of receivership of the road
he withdrew from its service and since
been eugaged in looking after railroad
and coal interests for other parties.
He took the necessary oath late this
afternoon, and will enter upon his new
Frank B. Aikens, nominated to the
supreme bench of Dakota, has been a
resident of that territory a number of
years. His present address is Canton,
Dak. He is a lawyer and recommended
tor the office by Gov. Millette. Delegate
oirrord, and many members ot the leg
islature. Schuylar's Nomination Withdrawn.
Washington, Narch 19. The presi
dent to-day withdrew from the senate
the nomination of Eugene Schuyler to
be assistant secretary of state which
was made on the 13th inst. It is learn
ed that the committee on foreign rela
tions, after consideration of the case,
asked that the nomination be with
drawn, coupling the request, it is
understood, with the intimation that
otherwise it would be reported adverse
ly. This action was taken on account
of an assault made by Schuyler, in his
book entitled "American Diplomany,"
upon Elihu B. Washburn, reflecting
upon his official conduct when secre
tary of state, togetner with reflections
upon the administration of President
iirpzt and ttto senate, and also, it is
said, on account of charges affecting
Schuyler's personal conduct in Europe.
IMPORTANT CABINET MEETING.
An Illinois Poatmaatrr Considered by
the President and his Advlxora.
Washington, March 19. One of the
matters considered at the cabinet meet
ing to-day was the case of an Illinois
postmaster, whose removal was asked
by one of the Illinois congressman, be
cause of the postmaster's political
activity. It was admitted by the con
gressman that the office was well man
aged and the matter was called to the
attention of the cabinet for reason that
the action taken in this case might
constitute precedent hereafter.
Postmaster General Wanamakersaid
to-night be did not feel at liberty to
talk about what took place at the
cabinet meeting. There is reason to
believe, however, the result was to the
wishes of the Illinois congressman, ut
it is not known whether any fixed fima
of action in cases of this kind was de
Mrs. Harrison 111.
Washington, March 19. Mrs. Harri
son is suffering from a severe cold and
was not allowed to see any visitors to
day. ' .
Washington, March 19. Five solid
gold badges of a design identical with
that adopted by the inaugural commit
tee have been made as souvenirs of
the event. The badges have been
presented to President Harrison, Vice
President Morton, Chairman Britton
of the inaugural committee, Chairman
Wolf of the badge committee, and Con
gressman Dudley Coleman of Louisi
ana. The proposition to change the name of
North Dakota to Farraeut meets opposN
Hon from those who think the nam will
be abraviated into vulgarity.
THE "WHITE LEAD SWINDLER."
Frad J. Laland, Who Baa Cheated 1
Sevan States, Arrested.
vassar, Mich., March 19. Fred J.
Leland sold a bill of eooda to H. L.
Dean, a local hardware man, and was
arterwara identified by Mr. Dean at
the bank where he drew an order on
the Eckstein White Lead company of
Cincinnati for $75. The order was
dishonored because that firmhad no
knowledge of Leland. The comoanv
put a detective on Leland's track and
caught him in Painesville. O.. a few
days ago. Upon this . another officer
witn a warrant for Leland for forgery
in cowling Green took him away from
the Michigan officer. Since then many
warrants have appeared and it appears
tnat be nas been Known ror many
years as "the white lead swindler."
So extensive were his operations a few
years ago that the white lead and paint
makers of the country joined in a cir
cular warning the trade against him.
It is alleged that he is wanted for sim
ilar offenses in New York, Ohio, Mich
igan, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and
Iowa. He has been known as Leland.
Stanton, Crawford, Raymond, and by a
nan dozen other names.
Report or the "Q" Koad.
Boston, March 19. Tne annual re
post of the C. B. & Q. road for 1888, as
compared with the year previous,
shows a decrease in gross earnings of
S3,787,O0O; increase in expenses, 82,
785,000; decrease in net earnings, S7,
261,000, and increase in debt of 88.319,-
000. The miscellaneous income was
reduced by re son of the strike on the
Hannibal ft St. Joe and Council Bluffs
roads, to that they returned no divi
dend to the C, B. & Q., while in "87
they paid 8672,000. The directors say
they chief causes of the falling off in
net revenue from oppositions of the
road was the strike. There has been a
diversion of traffic to other roads and
decline in rates. The decline in rates
has been due to the difficulty of self
regulation among railroads without
the rignt to pool which was token away
by the interstate commerce law. The
increase in expenses is due to the
operation of the new mileage which
was unproductive and to tne strike.
President Perkins devotes two paces
in closing his report to a concise state
ment of the relations of the C. B. & Q.
to the Chicago, Burlington Jfc Northern
Changed Their Name.
New York. March 19. The semi
annual meeting of the national assocla
tion of general passenger and ticket
agents was neid to-day. The name ot
tne association was changed from
national to American Association of
General Passenger and Ticket Agents.
a. resolution was placed, before the
meeting in which it was provi led that
dead bodies be hereafter carried by
express companies and not as passen
gers by railroad companies. Referred
to executive committee. George L
Connor was elected president; 1. B.
Martin, vic president; and A. H.
Smith secretary. The executive com
mittee was also elected. The next
meeting will be held at Atlanta, Ga.,
"Had Nosed Mike's" Partner Arrested
WilKesbarre, Pa.. March 19. Private
information reached here this afternoon
that Guissepne Bevevins, an accom
plice or "lied osed Mike in the mur
der of Paymaster McClure and Plana
gan, has been arrested in Italy and
will be brought here with Vincenzo
v wieio. wno was arrested a month ago.
The counsel for "Red Nosed Mike-
nave determined to appeal to the
supreme court ror a new tnai and have
already filed their writ of error.
A Mew Discovery.
Geneva. N. V.. March 1Q Prnf
Brooks, director of tha Smith nhmrt-ii.
tory, obtained several observations of
the new white region of Saturn's ring,
ana announces nis discovery that light is
variable and that pularization of light
at irregular intervals have been de
tected bv him. This AVtrienra nf nhanaa
in Saturn's system is of the highest
Harrison's "Cham ' Rcnieinbored.
Indianapolis. March 19. William
Wallace, whose nomination to be post
master at this city and who to-dav was
confirmed, is a brother of General Lew
v auace and was at one time associated
in business with Gen. Harrison. With
the exception of bis present appoint
ment be has held but one public office,
that of clerk of Marion county from
oi to ua.
Foment Fifteen Koands.
San Francisco. March 19. The glove
contest Detween j immie Carrol, former
iv or uoston, and Sam Blakelock of
England, took place to-night in the
rooms of the California athletic club.
The men weighed 133 pounds each.
Blakelock was knocked out by Carroll
in the loth round.
The Weavers' Strike.
Fall River. Mass.. March 19. The
strike situation here remains un
changed. The weavers did not return
to work to-day as anticipated, and the
majority of the mills are entirely shut
JJrlvlBg; Out the Boomers.
Kansas City. March 19. The Times'
special from Oklahoma City reports
everything quiet there this afternoon.
united states troops are still driving
out the boomers.
Pork Packers Assign.
Boston, March 19. Charles H. North
& Co., the second largest pork packing
firm east of Chicago, assigned to-night.
The liabilities cannot yet be given, but
wiu pruunuiy oe ou,wi.
Typhoid Ferer Upldemlo.
Wllkesbarre, Pa., March 19. Forty
cases of typhoid fever are reported in
Luzerne borough. Physicians say the
second nymoutn epidemic is threat
ened. Internal Revenue Collections.
Washington, March 19. The collec
tions of internal revenue for the first
eight months of the fiscal year ending
June 30. '89, were 883,364,211, increase
over collections lor corre
sponding period the last year.
A Montana Woman Physician.
Miaa Maria M. Dean ia a homeopathic physi
cian who took a little office and hung out her
sign, three years ago in Helena, Mont., which
has a population of about 18,000 souls. Miss
Dean never practiced anywhere else. He in
come last year was between $11,000 and 12,
000. Born in Madison, Wis., sho was gradu
ated rrom tno Wisconsin university and from
a Boston medical school. Then sho went all
alone to Berlin to still further prosecute her
studies, where she encountered great difficul
ties in gaining admission to a hospital until
Professor Hchroeder interested himself in her
cause. This gained for her full opportunities
to study in her chosen field of medicine. Dr.
Dean is about 30 years old and is said to be a
woman of remarkable ability. She is one of
tha most popular and most prominent resi
dents of Helena. Although full of pluck, she
is not a bit masculine, bhe is an excellent
shot and can hit eleven or twelve birds out
of thirteen on the wing. Dr. Dean is of me
dium height, has light hair and complexion,
weighs ISO pounds, does not want to marry
and probably never will. The Epoch. ,
Teaching the Insane.
It is now a matter of common intelligence,
that a large proportion of the inmates of
asylums for idiots and imbeciles ore capable
of instruction. Not only is this true of or
dinary school tasks, of course in a limited
degree, but it applies also to the case of trade
handicrafts and rational amusements. Bhoe
making, tailoring, straw hat making, weav
ing, and other occupations have thus been
taught and learned, and the success attained
on the whole is ffvourajius. The Lancet.
The Crashed ind Faded Rose That Binds
Cs t the Olden Days.
Tea. sentimstit and association and all that
sort of thing pi ly a big part in our Uvea, I
suppose. 6he takes a rose out of her corsage
and gives it to you and you keep it laid away
long after it b is withered into a dry dust,
until you f orgt t what it is and where you
got it. And th m you dont like to destroy it,
because, although you cant for the life of
you remember who gave it to you, you know
it is associated with something that soothes
your vanity. That is why it cuts a fellow
when the youi g woman asks him for her
presents back. It is not that he cares for
them or for her particularly, but it seems to
leave him notbing to console himself with.
It not only ci ts off the whole business; it
pulls it up by the roots and leaves a kind of
hole in his life lie can't nil up. As long as he
keeps the sleeve buttons and the lock of hair
and things he has something to hold on to,
some evidence t hat once upon a time he really
had some bold upon her, but those gone, he is
without proof of anything; she bos taken
back everythin j, spiritual and material, she
ever gave him.
But everybody passes through that stage of
emotion when he or she keeps things for
their associate n, flowers, notes, any little
tokens that may have dropped in course of
pleasant hours. 1 have seen stacks of dried
flowers; I have glanced casually in a parlor
at odd things that, not being there for orna
ment and not I wing there for use, one knew
instinctively ere keepsakes, and asked no
questions. She bands you her favorite poet
out of the Iibi ary and you look through it
A faded leaf drops out You stoop to pick it
np. She blush. and says, "Jo matter ," but
she smoothes :t out accidentally and when
you arent looking she puts it back between
the leaves exac:ly whore It was before. I al
ways look at t w poem when a little event
like thafhappe-is, and it is almost invariably
something swec and fonder, applicable to a
little love situation. I know he has read it
to her or she to him on some occasion, and it
has been in a giirden or out of doors. And
perhaps the li tie leaf floated on the breeze
and full between the pages or he gave it to
her to mark the place. I have seen many
dainty things that were doubtless memen
toes, but the a aidan lady of 60 comes to the
front and wins the prize without a question.
It was a little taper box of old, old fashion,
glazed. It had had pills in it once, I fancy.
It looked very drug storey of the past, be
fore thoy had s xteen hundred different kinds
of tooth powcr, each the very best, and a
million kinds ot face powder, all recom
mended by tha best known prima donnas.
It belonged to i he days wheu they put on ex
pensive perfurie bottles tho kind of labels
they put now on castor oil. In this little box
was a ml i tare of bits of brown leaf and dust
She had kept it, she said, for forty years.
"What is itr 1 asked.
"Yea, but is it a flower or a leaf V
"It's a leaf."
"A leal I The color is peculiar."
"It's a leaf you won't tell anybody, will
youf I was very much in love with a young
man in those days, and one night, tho lirst
night ho ever kumd me, be luid down his
cigar cigars ere looked upon as great lux
uries then in mt part of the country be laid
down his cigar ou tho fence and went away
without it. "ext morning I found it there.
It had been raining, and it was all wet, but J
took it and put it away, and well I dont
know how it come here but here it is, and
even now I am young whon I look at it and
I dont foel like throwing it in the fire."
San Francisco Chronicle.
One day lnss week, beforo the cold wave
struck Chicago and when the crossings were
particularly muddy, two bootblacks mot at
the corner of t tate and Randolph streets.
"How much yer made dis morn in', Kib
seyf askod one of the other.
"Nary a niel:; hain't had a 6hine."
"I kin put yer onto all de shines yar can
"Why don't yer git deaa far yerself f
"Takes two lids to work de snap."
"Will yor wimek up wid me?"
"Now you iist keep yer clothes on far a
minit an' I'll show yer somethin'. Now, do
"yer see that th ng behind a cigVette a-comin'
cross de stree ;J Watch me paint him, on'
Won he gits ye re you hit him for a shine, an'
git ten cents fer it, too."
Then the boy dashed across the street,
meeting the swell midway and splashing into
a puddle of muddy water with a rush that
sent the nasty mixture flying over the boots
and trousers f his victim. Of course the
man was mad but beforo he could express
bis indignation the boy was out of reach and
"Shiner cri xl the confederate as the be
spattered vlcti n reached the sidewalk.
He took a sh ne there was no heln for it
and when he h id gone his way the trick was
piayea again oa another unsuspecting pedes
trian. How often it was successfully repeat
ed the reporter did not wait to see, but it
looitau as u tne young pirates had struck an
uncommonly rich lead. Chicago Tribune.
Something- to Say.
Only children feel privileged to Indulge in
absolute frank loss of aot and speech. "Cant
you speak toKr. Whiter asked a mother of
her little girl, 'vho bad steadfastly refused to
make the aoqu.iintanoe of a disagreeable vis
itor. The chil I shook her head
"Oh, do com and tell me what yon had
for Christmas,' said Mr. White, persuasively;
but little Mary made no reply.
"I have a liti le girl at home," went on the
visitor. "If you will tell me something about
your dollies, I ;an tell her when I go home,
and she will be so pleased 1"
Mary remaii ed mute, and after a few more
vain attempts the visitor turned his atten
tion to other members of the family. Pres
ently he rose, saying. "Well, I think it is
time for me to say good night"
"Good night !" came from Mary's corner,
where she had been sitting in dignified silence.
"Good nightl sood nightl"
The absolutu relief in her explosive tones
was only too ddent to all. Youth's Com
panion. dances In Stove.
An nnprofitc ble condition of the stove man
ufacturing budness ia induced by the prac
tice of adding to the size or capacity of a
stove, to its beauties, Its embellishments, or
to its convent -ncee, without also mnWng a
corresponding increase in the prices. One
firm will try to make its standard goods
more desirable by enlarging the oven an inch,
another will ac.d a foot rail, another an extra
nickel plate attraction or more costly urn;
another shelve or kettle racks, a nickel
poker or lifter , and soon. Each, of course,
adds somethin j : to the cost This has become
so prevalent that In the past 'few years
stoves. Instead of being articles of mere use
and convenier.ee, plainly and cheaply made,
have become objects of art, expensively pro
duced, while the prices, relative to the former
cost of mater als, labor and contingent ex
penses, have iractically remained without
any adequate increase. Interview m St
Louis Globe-Di mocrat
- All Imitators.
I have const lered our whole life is like a
play, wherein very man, forgetful of himself,
is in travail wi i expression of another. Nay,
we so insist in : mitating others, as we cannot,
when it is nece ary, return to ourselves,, like
children that imitate the vices of stammerers
so long, till ai. last they become such and
make thehablc to another nature, as it is
never forgotten. Ben Jonson.
All the railn ds in tha United States and
Canada, witha it exception, now use the stand
ard time of on i of the four sort Inns custom,
central, mouu ain, or Pacific Cities and
towns have vei y generally conformed to rail
road time of ticir respective sections. Out
of 288 cities of over 10,000 inhabitants, less
than twenty-fire still retain local time.
Scisntifia Ame ican. '
"The tree cf deenest root Is found Wet
WillinfiT to OUl: the around " So. frionrfa
and citizens, don't let neuralgia and
rheumatism sit rooted In the avstem. hut
kill them WltU Salvation Oil, the greatest
cure on carta lor pain. . For -sale by all
druggists at t wenty-fl v cents a bottle.
8weet Florida oranges at Krell &
Ice creams sod ices of all kinds at
Krell & Kath's. Be sure and give them
For Rent Two rooms over my mer
chant tailoring- establishment.
J. T. Dixon.
Yucatan, Tutti Frutti, Barley Malt,
spruce and all the latest brands of sum
at Krell & Math's.
A. D. HuesiDg. real estate and insur
ance agent. Offlce No. 1608 Second ave
nue, Rock Island.
Walnut, bickorynut, peanut and French
fruit nougat just received at Krell &
Math's. Try some; it is extra fine.
"Ohl what lovely candy and how nice
and fresh itlook-8"is the expression or all
the ladies as they look in Krell & Math's
fine cases of French candies.
The Royal Insurance company, of Eng
land, has the largest surplus of anv Are
insurance company in the world. A. D.
HueBing, agent, offlce No. 1808 Second
avenue, Kock Island.
Insure in the Boylston Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mass.. organized 1872. As
sets nearly 9 1.000.000. E. W. Hurst
agent. Offlce over Rock Island National
Barth ft Babcoek, Dentists.
No, 1724 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natural teeth and
inserting teeth without plates.
Short Extension of Tuns
County Treasurer 8chafer has extended
the time for the payment of the taxes for
the city and township of Rock Island for
a few days only.
Bard Coal Market.
Grate and egg sires. $8 per ton; stove.
No. 4. and nut, $8 25 per ton; for best
quality of anthracite coal, screened and
delivered in any part of the city; 25 cents
per ion discount tor cash. Cartage will
be added on all orders of less than a ton.
There are only four towns in Indiana
in which cows and hogs are not allowed
by ordinance to run at large. Progress
is slow in the Hoosier state.
To the 'r-ditoi-n vt William Ramnklll
Notice is hereby given that William
Rttnaskill. of the city of Rock Island,
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
did on the 17th day of December, 1888.
make an assignment to me of his estate,
to psy debts for tho benefit of his- credit'
ors, that I have this day qualified as such
assignee in tho county court of said
county. Tho above named creditors will
therefore present their claims against
said Raroskill to me under oath or afflr
mniion, within three months from this
dale as required by Uw.
Gbokob Foster. Assignee.
Rock Island, 111., this 20ih dy of Dc5.
A horse farm of 130.000 acres near
Cheyenne, Wy. T., is said to he the
largest in the world. It requires 2K)
mues oi wire lencing with sixty-five men
to look after the horses, which number
yourself in life insurance. You will find
the renewable term policy of the Provi
dent Savings Life Assurance society of
New York to be the best, the cheapest
and the fairest. Avoids the unnecessa
rily high cost of level premiums and the
uncertainty and insecurity of assessment
insurance. Net cost for $10,(K0 for year
1887. Age 25. 107.00; age 85, $121 .60;
age 40. $169.00; age 50. $199.80.
I-IEBERKNECHT & OlMSTEAD,
No. 1712 Second ave.. Rock Inland.
Who of us are wunout trouble be tby
smll or large? The blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in pain. A backing cough, a sev;rk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
very troublesome; but all of these may be
quickly and permanently cured by Dr.
Bigolow's Cure. Safe and pleasant for
children. Price 50 cents.
Tk Is powder never vanes, a msrral nf nnritr
strength and whdlesomeness ; more economy
than Us ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold by
cem petition with the multitude of lowtest, shorty
weight alum or phosphate powders. .Void oniftn
n' u rownaa uo., itw walist.
Hampton's Hot Coffee
Five Cent Luncti Counter.
A fall line of
Corner Ninth Street and
v Fourth Avenue.
We confine our Loans to Improved
Farms in the safest counties of
Iowa, and on request
Prompt payment f principal and interest
. HEINZ & HIRSCHL.
: Davenpost, Iowa.
numm all plmplsa, f racklw and ducolorvtiofis. Far
mt by all At-claM druinrlsta, or mailad tor St et.
ia stamps by
4. a, rosso I,
St. ImW, aw.
Promptly ana aeethr executed t the Amvs Job
CsT8pselal attsstfaa pala te OemnemlU wor
? C ROYAL ttVUi J 1
WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1889.
That extreme tired feeling which Is so distressing-
and often so unaccountable in the
spring months, is entirely overcome by Hood's
Barsaparilla, which tones the whole body,
purlfles the blood, enrcs scrofula and all
humors, cures dyspepsia, creates an appetite,
rouses the torpid liver, braces up the nerves,
and clears the mind. We solicit a comparison
of Hood's Sarsaparilla with any other blood
purifier in the market for purity, economy,
strength, and medicinal merit.
Tired all the Time
ul had no appetite or strength, and felt
tired all the time. I attributed my condition
to scrofulous humor. I had tried several
kinds ot medicine without benefit. But as
soon as I had taken half a bottle of Hood's
Sarsaparilla, my appetite was restored, and
my stomach felt better. I have now taken
nearly three bottles, and I never was so well."
Mbs. Jessie F. Dolbeare, Tascoag, R. I.
Mrs. C. W. Marriott, Lowell, Mass., was
completely cured of sick headache, which she
iiau ia years, Dy uooa s Sarsaparilla.
C T?tlLtiX fT ? rr"Pared
by C. I. HOOD CO.. Apothe. ar.e, Lowell. Mas.,
IOO Doses One Dollar
KRAMER & BLEUER,
Book Binders. Jprinteis
Blank Book Manufacturers.
t"Ordirs by mail promptly attended to.
(Up stairs) No. 1612 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
H. D. FOLSOM,
CITT TOWNSLTTP ELECTION NO
TICE. nl1r la hAFf.htr oil-on ttwt nM T. .......... .!.
Second day of April, 18St. in th.- citv of Hock
Inland, an election will be held lor the following
One Mnyor for two year.
One City tierk for two years.
One Ctty Attorney for two years.
One City Trpanurer for two yesru.
One Pollen Magistrate for four VA.ra.
One alrtermsn in the First ward for two years.
One Alderman in the Second ward for to years.
One Aldermau in tho Third wsrd for two years.
One Aldermnn n tho Fourth wnr fortwo years.
One Alderman in the Fi'th ward for two years.
One Aldermau in the Sixth ward for two years.
One AK erman in the seventh ward for two years
And on a proposition by resolution of the City
Council -For" "Against" selling the city water
works. towns Hn orrtcEns :
One Supervisor for one year.
Fonr Assistant Supervisoie for one year.
One Assessor for one y ar.
One Collector for one yetir
Two Justices of tde Peace for four yeara.
Three Constables for fonr year.
Which election will ho opened at 8 o'clock In
the ni'.rnltiK and continue open until 7 o'clock in
the afternoon of that day.
Citv and Town Clerk.
Dated this 9th day of March, IMA.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
KOCK ISLAND Cel'XTY
In the Circuit Conrt In Chancery.
Ransnm R. C -ble va. Mari- E. Vonng In her own
right and as exeentrix of the last will and tes
tament of John Dickson, deceased, George M.
Dickson, Eliza F. Dickson, The Rock Island
National Bsnk, Roswell P. Dart, James S.
Drake and Samuel Blair Foreclosure General
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a decree
of .aid conrt, entered In the above untitled canae,
on the 8Mh day of January, A. D. 1889. 1 shall,
on Saturday the 6th day of April. A. D. 189.
at the hour of 1 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
north door of the conrt honse, in the cttv of Rock
Island, in said county of liock Island, to astiary
said decree, soil at public vendue, to the highest
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land, situ
ate in the connty of Kock Island and state of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit :
The northeast quarter of wction twenty-sir,
(20). in townshln seveuteen, (17, north of ranee
two, (if), west of the fourth 4tb) principal me
ridian. Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 11th day of
March, A. D. 18S3. WM. JACKSON,
Special Mas'er in Chancery.
HfNT CORTts. Couil'ts Sol'tr. 12 d4w
Patent, Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
BncccpHor to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
V. S H F. V. M. S,
Honorary graduate and medallist of the Ontario
Veterinary College ; member of Montreal Veter
inary College, and member of the Veterinary Med
ical Association, will treat on the latest and moat
scientific principles all the diseases and abnormal
condltiona of the domesticated animals.
Examinations, consultation and advice positive
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charges moderate In every case.
Offlce, residence end telephone call. Commer
clal hotel. Rock Island, 111.
J. M. BUFORD,
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Bates aa low as any reliable romnany caa aflntC
Tour patronage Is solicited.
M Offlee la Argna block.
PROPOSALS FOB STONE. KOCK ISLAND
Arsenal, Illinois, March 6. ltfl.-Keeled pro
posals In triplicate, will be received until 1
o'clock V. on THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1889. for
furnishing about 7.0U0 cebic yards of dimension,
footing, and coping granite, or sandstone, for the
water power dam. Three classes of proposals
will he considered: 1st, for dressed stene ready
for laying; 8d, for undressed stone; Sd, for dress
ing the stone on the Arsenal grounds. Specifica
tions and full instructions can be bad by address
ing .TNO. R. McCUNNESS, Major Ord. Dept. U.
8. Army, Commanding. . . -
Big ii nuafcivt.. iimtt.
sal sailifaoiiott in the
en re of Oonorrbusa and
I Gleet. I prescribe It and
feel safe In recommend
ing It to all snfierem.
A.J. 8TOXER, VJt.,
Sold t' Druggists.
' fl TO DATS.XJ
1 ' I MrSsatjbf "
Everybody needs and should take a good
spring medicine, for two reasons :
1st, The body is now more susceptible tc
benefit from medicine than at any other season.
2d, The Impurities which have accumulated
in the blood should be expelled, and the sys
tem given tone and strength, before the pros
trating effects of warm weather are felt.
Hood s Sarsaparilla is the best spring medi
cine. A single trial will convince you of its
superiority. Take it before it is too late.
The Vest Spring Medicine
"I fciko Hood's Sarsaparilla for a spring
medicine, and I find it Just the thing. It tones
up my system and makes me feel like a differ
ent man. My wife takes it for dyspepsia, and
she derives great benefit from it. She says It
is the best medicine she ever took." F. C.
Turner, Hook & Ladder No. 1, Boston, Mass.
"Last spring I was troubled with boils,
caused by my blood being out of order. Two
bottles of Hood s Sarsanarilla rnrert m t
can recommend it to all troubled with affec
tions or the blood." j. Schoch, Teoria. 11L
SM by a" fr IB. Prepared
by C. I. HOOD CO.. Apot h-arie., Lowell. Ma...
I IOO Doses One Dollar
Second avenue, Rock Island
WAifTEn-AOEXT8 for onr NEW PATENT
lbs 1-'.""' weight
i:JJSil,p.I?ce3&: others in proportion, llgh
KarS n v"mp'" Centennial Exposition
J"?Lt?.V , 8re not ln tne afe pool. Exclusive
territory given. Alpine bufe 0.. t-incinnaU. O.
OVKRSEERS WANTED EVERYWHERE AT
home or to travel. We wish to employ a re
liable peixon in yonr county to tark up advertise
ments snd sl ow cards of Electric Goods. Adver
tisements to be tacked no everywhere, on trees.
leu. en gnu luniptxes, in consnicuona places, in
town and rountrv in all narts of th T'nliod Ktt
and Cai.ada. steady employment ; wages
") -prnsp auvancea ; no taming requir
ed, 1 oral work for all or part of the time. Ad-
arose with sump, EMOV & CO.,
Managers, 11! Vine St , Cincinnati, O.
No attention paid to postal cards.
Vf ll t410M. YELLOW TI HH
Use 'peerless Brand'
Fresh Raw Oysters.
Selected and packed with cleanliness and care.
C H. PEARSON & CO.,
They are the Best. A-k ronr Grocer for them.
J. M. I5KAK1)SI.v.
ATTORNEY AT LAW OfBce with 1. T. Ken
worthy, I7i5 iv'conda venue.
TTOHNKY AT LAW. Ofllce in Rock Ul.no
i atlonal Bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce in Post offlce
block. jm, n dw
E. W. HURST,
ATTORNEY ANT COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Offlce ln Masonic Temple block, over Rock la
tand N a.ion al Bank, Rock I aland. 111.
a. . ewBsiraT. o. 1 wuin.
8WKEXEY & WALE Ell,
ATTORNKY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Office In Bengston's block. Keck Island, HI.
TTORNKY AT LAW-Im.ii money en
Laeeurlry, make collections. Re fire nee, Mitch
ell Lynde, backers. Office ut FostoOce block
D. S. SCHUREMAN,
RCHITBCT AND SUPERINTENDENT. Main
iloftVe Cincinnati!, Ohio; Branch ofllce over
First National Bank, Rock Ialand. f 12 ly
8T. LUKE'S COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
ON THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets. feb 14-tf
WM, 0. KULP. D. D. S,
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms So, 27, 13 and 89,
Take Elevator. DAVENfCRT. IA
J. A. GENUNG,
The popular und reliable Oroeer,
Cor. Eighth St. and Third Ave.,
will sell you
as cheap as they ran be sold.
He pays the highest market price for
and always has a nice stock on
A. D. HUESING.
Represents, anions other time-tried and well,
nown Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Royal Insurance Coupany. of England
Weschester Fire Ins. Co., of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Roch'r N.Y
German Fire Ina fin nf panri. th
Citizens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa
Exchange Fire Ins. Co.. of New York
Office No. 1608 Second Are.,
Pence or OTHERS
; JOHN VOLK 4 CO.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Siding, Flooring, Wainscoating and ail kinds of Yt ool ' -Work
Eighteenth St., between Third and Fourth avenne,
v rswu. its-
--tr VS-J-IV . f n U swT-f
The finest carriages and buggies in
the city can be had at any honr
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
:CITY PAINT SHOP:
DRUCKMILLER & CO.,
All kinds of
PaintiDg, Graining, Paper Hanging and Kalsomuiing-
J" All work warranted and done to order on short notice.
Shop No. 310 Seventeenth street, bet. 3d and 4th avenue
Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fittit
Kn wles' 8team Pnmpa, Inspirators and Ejectors
fiTrought. Cjtt and TA Pin pM iriiHn t.t RMa OnnA nf htbtt if&r
Rubber How and Packing of all kinds, Draia Tile and Sewer Pip
, Offlo aid Shop No. Ill Eighteenth St. ROCK ISLi'
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
IS AT THE EAGLE BAKERY,
- 1109 Third Ave., liock Island, (?
POLZIN & STAASSEN, Pro
ar Goods dslrrsrad to an j part of tbs city fres of charge.
rt M rf 11 r
Sterling Silver and Plated M
Gold-Headed Canes, Jtyectack'
Other Optical Goods
No. 1827 Serond
Pies and Pastry,