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THE CROCK ISTjAKD AEGU MONDAY, JULY 1, 1889.
A Bplrlted Coutrsu lu Hfvrrl Wards
Mtnrjceon Ahead in the I'lty.
The republican caucuses Saturday
night resulted la a spirited contest on
the part of the friends of the three aspir
ants for the office of state's attorney in
this city. The Sturgeon force were in a
majority and he will receive not less than
twothirds of the delegates. The contest
in the Firit, Second and Fourth wards
was warm, the friend of the respective
candidates attending the meeting in a
The friends of Olson in the First wan!
fought bard and feel sore over the result
so much so Unit Charles Ilodges.chalr
man of the ward committee, tendered his
resignation. Iu the Second ward there
were three tw-kets in the field, both re
sulting in the election of the friends of
Sturgeon. It lis always been the rule
of this ward to support home candidates
and there will he no exception to this
rule at this time. The delegates ex
pressed a disposition to support Mr.
Pleasants as 1oiij as he develops ordina
ry strength in the convention. The del
egates from this city will meet at the
Harper house this evening to select a
delegate at large. We give the delegates
elected so far as beard from. Moline
will vote for W. H. Moore:
First ward W J Oahegan. J M
Beanlsley. Alfred Coyne. John Farner.
Second ward Al Johnson, Ti A Don
aldson, Stephen O'Connor. L V Eckhart.
Wru Gray. Sturgeon.
Third ward Geo Perry. F C Hemen
wav. Wm Baker. Sturgeon
Fourth ward Wm Jackson, II C Mc
Council. W C Collins, C F Oaetjer.
Fifth ward J N Huntoon, C C Mclns
tire, N Loge, J A Montgomery. Stur
Sixth ward W Kennedy. A Bladel. W
F Schroeder. Olsen
Seventh ward A W Williamson, F M
Sinnet, U M Whiffln, I P Wilson. Ol
First Ward George Oldefest. Alfred
Miller. L L McCoy. P 11 Peterson.
Secon.l Ward C H Deere, J M Holt,
U Payton, Oscar Peal, Andrew Ander
son. Third Ward P II Wessel. A II Arp.
I A Holt, .1 W Good, N It Zeigler.
Fourth Ward L D Dunn, E.l Ciimp
son, C A Barnard, G A Stephens, J E
Fifth Ward-J A Ullmark, O E Owens,
Sixth Ward C F Hemenway. John
Seventh Ward W C Bennett, E B
Keator, G II Edwards, W II Carpenter.
South Hock Island Thomas Camp
bell, J G Massie, A W Bowen, Harry
Bostock. For Sturgeon.
Black Hawk U It Olmsted, G II
Honens, W L Heath, E L Brown. In
structed for Sturgeon .
Port Byron II C Trent, A H Wendt.
F M Rogers. J W Simonson. Stur
geon. Coe A F Hollister, P F Cox. Jerry
Pearsall and Duane Nicholson. Stur
South Moline M A Gould. Harry
Stutters, John Lodine, J II Murphy and
C T Guy. Sturgeon
Drury is said to be solid for Sturgeon.
Coal Valley T J Murphy. James
Clegg and Mr. Reed. Sturgeon.
Jamrs Murphy, the popular second
mate of the Pittsburg, rather stole t
march on the boat and his friends as well
last week. The bont whs on the up trip
and when she landed at Port Byron, Mr.
Murphy got off and boarded a train for
Dubuque. There he was united in niar-T'ao'it-Jn
one ' l',e rnos' popular young
rn a ,r.,.JUo,it!n?'dy. The
was in apple pie order, so that when the
Pittsburg reached Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs.
Murphy were ready to get aboard for
their bridal trip. Murphy is one of the
mo9t popular men of the river and every
body wishes the couple the most pros
perous kind of a trip through life.
The report that the steamer Calhoun,
one of the Illinois river boats, would
soon be purchased by the officials of the
St. Louis, St. Paul and Minneapolis
Packet company, and run between the
two saintly cities, appears to have been a
false alarm, as she is still running in her
old trade tietween St. Louis and Peoria.
River men say that the owners of the
Calhoun were anxious to put her into the
St. Louis and St. Paul trade at a charter
of f 75 per day, but this airangement
diil not suit the manager of the Saint's
line, who offered to tke the boat under
his wing ami allow her what she could
make. This proposition did not meet
with the approval of the owners of the
Calhoun, and all deals arc consequently
off for the time being.
4'roi He port .
Crop Statistician Gumplx-ll in making
bis monthly report to Secretary Rusk for
Rock Island county, says: Acreage of
corn compared with last year, 75 per
cent.; average condition July 1st, SO per
cent.; average condition of oats July 1st,
100 per cent.; potatoes, acreage com
pared with last year, 100 per cent.;
average condition July 1st, 95; average
condition of clover, KM); timothy, 90;
pasturage, 95; apples, 90; grapes, 90 per
cent. Mr. Campbell reports corn grow
ing rapidly, and about ten days late.
Oats are thrifty, and will be a heavy
crop if harvested without storm.
The boys up at the C, R. I. & P. des
pot were smoking fine Havannas this
morning at the expense of Mr. J. F. Car
ney, the popular day train dispatcher,
who is the father of a darling baby gill.
she is the first child and arrived last
Uan't Trifle with tha Tsato!
If our teeth were renewed as our nails,
they might not need constant care. But
teeth don't repeat themselves after childs
hood. The proper thing to do is to use
Sozodont, which preserves their health
and beauty. It never fails.
Faorih r .luly Kntrrtainnirnt.
The St. John Manneehoir, of this city,
wm noiu a picnic at Jo liuber s garden
on July 4, afternoon and evening.
usic by Bleuer's band, Oeo. Stroehie
priampicr. a general invitation is ex
tended to the public.
Jflodarn Houses For laU
On monthi? installments by Guyer &
The appointment of Julius S. Starr, of
Peoria, to the office of collector of inter
nal revenue for the Fifth district of Wis
nois, will undoubtedly be the signal for
a general decapitation of subordinates
scattered throughout the district
Messrs. Henry, Burrall and I luck-,
staedt, of this city, haye added
much to the efficiency of the service, but
it is hardly probable that they will be al
lowed to remain undisturbed, neverthe
less. One thing is certain, the republi
cans can make no improvement over
Speaking of the manner in which Mr.
Starr's appointment was received, the
Peoria Herald says the city "last evening
was full of soreheads; there was weeping
and wailing and pulling of hair in the
local republican camp. Rachel, who
wept for her slaughtered children and
refused to be comforted lecause they
were not, was not a marker to those dU
consolate soreheads. On the other fao
tional aide there was happiness and
laughter and felicity lightness of heart
and cheeks bursting into roses of joy.
And so ended the first day."
The Leading ilainrn4 4'nlleice.
Of the numerous business colleges
throughout the west there is none that
enjoys a neuer reputation ior a careiui
business training that the Davenport
Business College, J. C. Duncan, proprie
tor. "By their fruits ye shall know
them." The Davenport Business college
students are now cither managing or as
sisting iu seventy-four different banks in
Iowa and Illinois. Kansas, Nebraska,
Missouri, and many other states in the
union are now employing them where
rapidity and accuracy are fully appreciat
ed. There is not a bank in D ivenport.
Rock Island or Moline the tri-cilies
that does not employ some one from the
Davenport Business college. Wholesale
houses, manufacturers anil others do the
same. Wbyf They are trained to be
useful. Young men who are contemplat
ing taking a course of study in a com
mercial college should attend the Daven
port Business College.
Mr. Albert Hurley, switch foreman in
the yards of C. R I. & P. railroad at
Moline, received severe injuries late Sat
urday evening, and through presence of
mind, only escaped death. He was engaged
in pushing nine cars on the sidetrack cf
the Deere, Mansur Co., when within
twenty feet of the warehouse the two
forward car9 jumped the track, crashing
into the building. Mr. Hurley was on
the roof of the front car, and seeing the
impending danger, he jumped to the
ground, striking a post in the leap. His
most painful injuries are a sprained ankle
and a bruised side. Dr. Plummer, the
company's physician, was called, and
this morning says Mr. Hurley will be
able to perambulate the streets with the
help of crutches.
The damages to the warehouse can he
made good by an expenditure of less
than two hundred dollars.
City llrmorratlr t'aurax.
The democratic voters of the city of
Rock Island, are requested to meet at
their resiective voting places in their
several wards, on Tuesday, July 2, 1889,
at 7:30 p. m., to select delegates to the
Democratic county convention to be held
at the court house on Saturday, July 6th
at one o'clock p. m , for the purpose of
nominating a canilidtte tor state's at
torney to be voted for at the special elec
tion July 16, 188!).
The city is entitled to delegates as fol
First ward, 3 delegate'; second ward,
4 delegates; third ward, 5 delegates;
'rtMlfih-JVardj, 4 delegates; fifth ward. 5
enth ward, 3 oe.,;.' oelegates; sev-
trutes. James W. CAVANAron." '
Chairman Dem. City Com.
27. Wm Edlund to Pauline E Sinnett,
lot 5. block 4. Sinnett's ad, R I, 1,000.
Amelia Nesselbush to Antoine Nessel
bush. indefinite, pt sections 11, 11, 16,
29 E A Mapes to Permena Mapes,
lot 45. Sweeney & Jackson's 1st ad. Mux
Flora N Candee to Marcelus Metzgar,
pt lot 1. Candee place, Moline. $ 1.5(H).
J S Keator Lumber Co to City of Mo-,
line, pt out lot 58, sections 01, 32 and
33, 13, lw. Assessor's plat, 1861. f 10.
Henry W Candee to John li Cornwall,
w 18 feet, lota 2 and 1, block 5, South
John B Bornwall to Amelia II Wiser,
w 10 ft, and e 40 ft. lots 2 and 1. block
5, South Moline, $200.
The Closing- of an Imoprtant Outlet.
The blockade of a port is not more in
jurious to its commerce than is even the
temporary obstruction of the bowels to
the health of the system. Constipation
necessarily arrests the secretion of bile,
impedes and disorders digestion, and poi
sons circulation. The safest and most
effective, as it is also the most genial,
laxative and anti-bilious medicine in ex.
istenc.e i Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, and
it is more than probable that its sovereign
efficacy as a preventative and remedy for
intermittent and remittent fever is laree-
ly tine to its reformatory action upon the
liver, an organ prejudicially involved in
all malarial complaints. Persons with a
tendency also to rheumatic, neuralgic and
kidney trouble cannot do better than to
antagonize it with Hosletter s Stomach
Bitters, which invariably checks it at the
outset. The weak, moreover, are in
vested with strength by this fine invigor
Among the curious things exhibited at
the Royal Society's conversazione in
London the other evening was a tail of a
Japanese barndoor cock eleven feet long.
An important Element
Of the success of Hood's Sarsaparilla is
the fact that every purchaser receives a
fair equivalent for his money. The fa
milliar headline, "100 Doses One Dol
lar," stolen by imitators, is original with
and true only of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Ttaia can easily be proven by any one
who desires to test the matter. For
real economy, buy only Hood's Sarsapa-
Utjlla. Sold by all druggists.
Salt Lake has lost 9 per cent of
faltness in the last five years.
The late Dr. Dio Lewis, whose name
is a Household word all over the globe,
warmly endorsed the use of Warner's
Safe Cure in cases of kidney disorder.
He said over his own signature: "If I
found myself a victim of serious kidney
trouble, I would use Warner's Safe Cure."
Complexion powder is an absolute ne
cessity of the refined toilet in this cli
mate. Pozzoni's combines every element
of beauty and purity.
Fireworks at cot t at Taylor's.
For Rent Two rooms over my mer
chant tailoring est blishment.
J. T. Dixon.
A. D. Hucsing, real estate and insur
ance agent. Office No. 1608 Second ave
nue, Hock Island.
Try the new Eicelsior Bread made
only at the Vienna Steam Bakery, Dav
enport. For sale at Weverhau9er &
Denkman's mill store. H. Korn.
The Royal Insuraice company, of Eng
land, has the largest surplus of any fire
insurance company in the world. A. D.
Huesing. agent, ofl ce No. 1608 Second
avenue, Hock Island.
Insure in the Boylston Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mass.. o-ganized 1872. As
sets nearly S1.000.HX). E. W. Hurst,
agent. Office oyer Rock Island National
Collins Bros, ho contractors and
builders, have moved their shop into the
rink building, on Sixteenth street and
Fifth avenue, where they will be ready
to receive orders for all kinds of carpen
A. II. namptor, of Fourth avenue
and Ninth streets, dishes up the finest
ice cream in the c ty, and can furnish
public and private parties, picnics, etc..
with ice cream in anv quantity. Cigars
and confectionery, cakes and pies always
on band .
Barth ft Babcock, DentLti.
No, 1724 Second avnue. Special atten
tion paid to saving Ihe natural teeth and
inserting teeth without plates.
Bnrety c n Bonds.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who miy wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply 'o the agent of the
American Surety Cc, of New York.
General Insurance Agent.
Rock Island, 111.
Kotice to Contractor..
The undersigned building committee
for the proposed new M. E. church in
this city solicit bids .'or all the work and
material necessary n r the construction
of said new church a. -cording to the plans
and specifications in the hands of D. S.
Schureman. architect, excepting the stone
and brick work and tUe necessary excava
tion for the foundation. The bids to be
handed to any memb r of the committee
on or liefore July 5 next, at the hour of 4
o'clock p. in., wh jn the same will be
opened for rejection or acceptance at the
office of said architect. ' The committee
reserves the right to reject any all bids.
Rock Island. June 25. lt$i.
T. J. Robinson, O. II . Stodmaki,
J. H. Wilson, Wm. Jackson.
C. B. Kinyon.
Notice to Contractor..
Bids will be receivi-d bv the board of
education of Rock Island. III., until 7:30
p. m., July 2, 1SSU, 'or the construction
of an eight room scb ol building. Plans
and specifications may be seen at the
board of education rr oms in Mitchell &
Lynde'a block from 8 a. m. until 4 p.m.
All bids must be accompanied by certi
fled check for f 500.
S. S Kemule, Clerk.
Notice to Vtg Owners.
All dog owners are notified that the
tax is due and should be paid forthwith.
Checks mav be had at the marshal's office
or of any policeman.
Phil. Miller, City Marshal.
Mrs. Sotelle has returned to the Com
mercial hotel, room f and parlor, where
9he can be consulted from 9 a. m. to 10
For 8 lie
Fourteen dry lots on four years time,
with six percent per mnuui, to any one
wishing to buiki ttm summer.
ADV1UM Tl iOTHIK8.
Are you disturbed st night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffenmr and
crying with pain of citting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. Its value is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer im;
mediately. Depend upou it mothers,
there is no mistake a'out it. It cures
j-mtj..rv. diarrhoea, regulates the stom
ens the gums, rennet-. cone, so
gives tone and energy to the whole svsi-
tem. Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup
for Children Teething is pleasant to' the
t-iste, and is the presc-iption of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and phy
sicians in the United States, and is for
sale by all druggis s throughout the
world. PricB 25 cent per bottle.
A new agricultural machine distributes
manures and insecticides, and sows grain
by means of an air blist.
Forced to Leuve Home
Over 60 people w re forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call for a free
trial package of Lane's Family Medicine.
If your blood is bad, vour liver and kid
neys out of order, if you are constipated
and have headache and an unsightly com
plexion, don't fail to call on any drug
gist today for a free surople of this grand
remedy. I he Indies praise it. Every
one likes it. Large eize package 50
The society man, 1 ke the turtle, is no
sooner "out of the sw m" than be is "in
In the pursuit of the gooa things of
'his world we anticipate too much; . we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delight 'ul forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidnty and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer.
moon punner, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Pi ice, 50 cents, of
The grave may not be the glass of
lasuion, but it is the mold of form.
The hest on earth ca i truly be said of
ungg s uiycenne Balvc. which is a sure,
safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises,
scalds, burns wounds and all other sorest
Will positively cure piles, tetter and all
sRin eruption . Try tb is wonder healer
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund-
tinly io cents. He Id bv dnigpists
chrice to Eserybody
Who has a diseased Uver U t at once take r. roper
Dieana to cure iu The fumUon the Liver ia de
"'"tl Vperfora n n ihe regular execution
which oWnda not only tha general health of the
Body, but the powers of tht. Stomach. Aaaawl.
.Drain, and the whole nerr ma system, ahowa lt
ast and Tital Importance to I umaa heallh
should run the TMc tor Mr gTe day of neglecting
uaue oy ruiuuiu BKOri, Pittsburgh. Pa., and
we aooordtng to direcUon they wflPcure you
promptly and permanent . trmind ..k kJ. f.
wrapper riving full deacriptio a of the symptoms of
diseased Liver. They can b had of droggUuT
pftHtowara of ConHrxxRin xutdo in St. LonJa.'Sft
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
IVORY POLISH eTB?
i Perfumes the Breath. Ask for it. L
Hay Fever and Bote Cold
Are attended by an inflamed condition
of the lining membrane of the nostrils,
tear-ducts and throat.affecting the lungs.
An acrid mucus is secreted, the discbarge
is accompanied by a burning sensation.
There are severe spasms of sneezing,
frequent attacks of headache, watery
and inflamed eyes. Ely's Cream Balm is
a remedy that can be depended upon.
50 cents at druggists; by mail, registered,
60 cents. Ely Brothers, Druggists, 56
Warren St., New York.
The flood dumped fully $200,000
worth of lumber which cannot be iden
tified on a farm near Milton. Pa. Many
poor men have thus been enriched.
Relieves every sort of bleeding, pain or
inflammation Pond's Extract. Do not
be imposed upon by weak imitations.
Tile powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
OeiiKtb. and wholfnnieneR; more economy
than tk ordinary kiude. and cannot he aold by
competition with the multitude of lowtet, short
weight alum or pholiate powder. Hold only a
can: Kotl Bakinu Powdmb ., 108 Wall Pt.
FOURTH OF JULY
Display of Fireworks
in the evening, including the fol
1 Sitnal Maroon, exploding at Rreat hrii-!it with
in nu-nooui report.
1 riKt Balloon l feet in circumference, carry
inu a powerful niasmeoium liirtit.
lo Pricmalic Light, giving varied and charming
1 Battery of Koman Candle, colored Ktar.
VI Itocket", colored tan.
S KocketK, Jlanhattet, Beach tint.
8 Kocket. Ateroid, detarhiutr floating tam.
Kocket. Paln'a Prize Asteroid, each oetach
Ini! three floating tar, changing color several
time, and flniuiue with a silver ttar.
5 OoMen TonrbUlion. forming cascades of Are
4 Jack-iii'ihe Boxes, with eruption of varied
i Net of Fiery Cobraa.
Z Batteries, explodingmlne of cracker.
i Koman Candle, emitting atari) of latest
Fain" Special Shall. 4 4 inches in diameter
8 Pain's Special Shel's inches in diameter
with lasting novelties and effect.
1 Blazing Sun, centered with a revolving iris
1 True Lover's Knot.
I Caprice Wheel, with continuous and eccentric
I Revolving Wheel, surmounted hy a coronet
of golden gcrb.
1 Flying Pigeon, with rapid flights from place
to place, and returning.
1 Jet of Jewels, throwing a column of color
nign in tne atr.
1 Huge Golden Fountain, forming an immense
column or nery spay.
1 Motto Device selected. 1
1 dozen Port Fires, for lu-hting.
& Flying Fish.
The Devil among Tailor, very exciting .
I Elephant Balloon.
1 Air Balloon.
1 Bird Balloon.
Uhl Prlsmsctic Fairyland Lamp.
The signal Maroon will be sent up at 8 p. m
Ail seats free.
West Second Street.
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than erer before.
JlOTIOK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed propo-als will he received at the Cltv
Clerk s offlr. city of Rock Island, till 6 o cl.M k
p. m. the first day of July, A. O. 119. fr the II II
iik and trading, furnishing and setting curbing
laying sidewalk around Spencer sonare also
furnishing and laying a twenty inch tile along the
south si le of said square connecting with sewer
at thecornerof Thirl avenue anil Nineteenth
street and back and All the same to grade The
sidewalk to be eight feet wide, the inside line of
walk to be on the lot line.
,i.H.'1".l ,,ereceivedf"rhrl,'k,iI,'i edge on
their Mat, tile or cement. .
Also for the furnishing and laving a brick side
walk on their flat, eight feel wide. -Will, ,m curn
ing, aronnd Uurnaey or Franklin square. Specln
cations on Ale at the City Clerk's m.e. t,. - ,'
reserves the right to reject any or all bids
Kock Island. III., June it, ixxt
KOBE Up KOEHLKR, City Clerk.
Karate of Patrick H. Kgan, deceased.
I.H-atrn or"iK k?" Ppotliled admin
tstrator of the estate of Patrick II. Kgan lam
of the county of R.K-k Island, state n 1 Illinois de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he w in ipwar
before the county court of Rock Island I conn ' "
the oil ce of th clerk of said court, in the city'
Kock Island, at the September tera on the fl"!
Monday l September ext, at which time a'
tifled and requested to attend for the Durr?s of
isrrr.-sis to ,.
michJ8 day of June, A. D. lam. .
J,elUL J- HIUUINS. Administrator.
PEERLESS DYES best
uui nor f ade.
Bom tiy Drufffirt. Alto
Pceriesa Ilronm Paints colon.
1 eer essUundry Bluing.
1 ecrlcss Ink Powders 7 rolora.
PrerhswShoe ft Harness Dresaing.
titirss-taeittr)..Ns..4 t k.tkr
h.alU, and Vi,OB,u.Sm-n,d, "ikSrS
Wm. A damson.
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, Ul.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
IST'Second Hand Machinery bonght, sold and repaired.
Knowles' Steam Pnmps, Inspirators and Ejectors.
Wromrht. Cast and Lead Tipc. Tipe Fitting and Brass (Joods of every descrip
tion. Rubber Hose and Packing of all kinds. Drain and Sewer Pipe.
OHlceand Shop No. 217 Eighteenth Street, KOt'K ISLAND. ILL.
WANTKD HELIABI.K lAM'AL AN D TRAV--lin
sal-son'ii ; jMisitions r-f nnaiu-iit ; sjm-c-ial
inilur-nii-nts n -; fast st-lling sK'i-ia!tie.
Dmi'l ili'lav; calarv fr.un the start.
DKOtt'N 11KOS., Nurseryman, t'hlrairo. III.
ANTKD A (ii'iitli-maii or lsily in every
ih as aL'ent fur our pojptilar sulsrni-
lion hook '! he Home Iti-voiul." or Views of
Heaven. Enilors-il hy Bishop Kellows, by lead
tni; clergymen and relit' ons papera; airents coin
im: money. For i-in-niiirs anil terms attilresa NA
TIONAL LlURAKV ASSOCIATION, US Slate
St., rhioairo. jun 20 law4w
SALESMEN WANTKD lo solicit for our well
known Nupery; po.id wai;es paid every week.
I't'rmiment employnit-nt guaranteed. Write at
once, before territory taken, ststiu? aL'e.
CllASK BKOS" CO , Chii-airo, III.
SALESMEN WK Wli-IH A FEW MEN TO
-ell our goods by sample to the wholesale and
retail trade; on salary; largest manufacturers in
our line; inclose 2c htaiup; Wages $:i per day;
permanent po iiion; money advanced tor wages,
advertising. Etc. CENTENNIAL M'VJ CO.,
juno 17 ' 'incinnati, O.
rANTEH-AOKSTS for our N F W PATENT
l-ire l'roof Mifi-s ; sire -l-xls: weiflbt
llis.; retail pm-eHV nlliprsln proportion. Illirti
eit award imlver medal' Centennial K.xxwui,in.
Hare chance : permanent business. tnr prices
low. to. v art. not In ihe snte pool. Kteliistvs
territory Kiveu. Alpine s-afe ., i nielunatl. O.
TO H54 A MONTH CAN UK MADE
working for us: agents preferred who
can furnish a horse and give their who'e time to
the business; spare moments may be profitably
employed also; a few vacancies in towns anil
cities. H. Y. JOHNSON Jr. CO , WW Main St.,
N. H. I'lease st.ite age and business expe
rience Never mind about sending stamp for re
ply. 11. F. J. A Co. apl 4-iu
AN EXTK AORDIN A L'Y OFF E II To all want
ing employment. We wml live, enenretir
at'ents in every countv in the I " it Stste- and
Canada to sell n patent article of great merit, ON j
atid "oiWlftY-li u artielt-haviiu' no compel if ton, '
sive sale ny a ueeu given inrnrissajji ttieexciu
ty he may ef tire from ns. With all tl
secure from ns. With all theo ry coim
ii r agents, and the fact that it 'f maTcn.c
e sold to every house owner, i might ti.-r
nrylo make 'AN EXTHAiitlilNAKV
tages to on
that can be
OKKhK" to secure good agents at oiice. bin
have concluded to make it to show, not only "Mr
confidence in the merits of our invention, bin it, ii
salabtlity hy any aL'ent that will bandit- n ui:h
energy n- agents now at work are making
from 11511 to JUKI a month clear, anil tin- fuel
makes it safe for n-to make our otlt r to nil who
are out of employment. Anv asient tint wiligi"
our hnsine-s a thirty day-' trial mid ml to clear
al least film in this time, a limit i i tcM-is-rs.
can return all gtwxls unsold to u- atnl tve will re
fund the money paid for them. No sin h em
ployerof agents ever dared to make l-tirh ( tiers
nor would we if we did not know that we hnle
agents to inuki'ig more limn uouhle this amount
Our large descriptive circulars cx. lain our oiler
f'tl'y. and these we wish to send to everyone out
of empl yment who will send us three one cent
postage stamps for postage. Send at on,-e and se
cure the agency in time lor the bison, and go to
work on the terms named In our t vlniotilinarT of
fer. Address at once. Natiohii. N"Vki.ti i'ii
M4 Smithlleld St.. 1'itt-biirgh, I 'a.
A list of 1O0n newspapers divided "-TATKS
ANllKlTIONS will be sent on application -FREE.
To those who want their ilerllsing " P. we
can offer no better medium for thorough and el
tective work than the various section- "i i-i
lbct I.ooal List
Geo. P. Rowel I & Co.
Newsnaner Advertising U""
J( SlMlt'CK SlV. -7
ATTORNEY AT LAW-We with J
worthy, 17 S.-conti avenue.
J W kS0.
A TTOKNEY AT LAW. "' " "j "f y&
l National Bank Buil.li". K"fk Il-I
e. n7. 11 1 ,:sT
TTORNRY AND rH'N,s"''Vr"
mini national lianK. 10- -
m. m. mimr
NWl'CVCf h WAl
A TTOHNMY8 AND WDTf "
dOfflea In Bongstoo't bloc, ,u7
f AT LAW
A.MO1tT. makes tt"-J
U i.ynaa, bank.. .iWJ
TIIE DAILY WS.
t rw TrtrPRV KVlWlNG at i
nM Cat tw rtrPRV WVr
New.and. ' glV.
D. S. SCH-ES,AN
. vniirirtIM I rilMliBW r. main
k island. f!3 ly
Firet National Bank.
between Tenth and
P, D. D. S.
ritjaf oved to
HIT 1 rt!TES IT
OH TniKU AVrf 1 K,
r a 1
Sterling Silver and Platefl , Ware,
Gold-Headed Canes, Spectacles
Other Optical Goods
No. 1827 Second Avenne
N. P. F. NELSON,
323 Twentikth Street,
for the best custom made
(STRepairirjt; neatly done.
and Gas Fitting,
Patent, C'aot and Wroii(,'iit
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING, .
Successor to eieo Downing. Jr.,
HAS lTKOHASEn THE
-mil hni removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
y his prt'tieoefwr aid as mAy A
ns with to favor him with
Corner Elm St.. nml Seventh Ave.
RUDOLPH HINCHER, Prop tr
A GRAND OONCKRT
KVKIJY THt USHAY EVENING.
WTtie ntieht jinrden in the tri-cilies.
SEV-KNTKKNTn St., (up stairs.)
J. M. BUFORD,
The old Pir and Time-tried Corn pan
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
atatea aa kiw as any reliable cominy cam aaWC
Your iwironaee la tolldtad.
WtMBa la Aigua block.
U. LI 1LU1UD
V. S H F. V.M. S.
Honorary graduate and e"",L"' ,ii Vrter
Veterinary Collet; member of Mntrel er-
lnary College. and memfcerof """J
ical Aswciatlon, will treat on the latest and most
scientific principles all the diseases and abnormal
conditions of tbe domesticaie" animal.
Examination, coneulution nd advice positive
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charges moderate in every case.
Offce. residence and telephone call. Commer
clal hoiel. Bock Island. I1L
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Kil l HH
aV aaaai a aa A A A I VP ar v 'avtH
Wi.ii I w ii 011
KCBIRir tTOOK. No previous expy
rivnoa raaiitre1. Wrtie for terms, a W.
4HL m?jl,f' JF) ?
IN V - iitil
i a m & . w a c amiA" v v a ti ma ' ,
I a . t in li mi v,aika M mm a
The UNDERTAKES .
Ei!ildming a Specially.
No. 1805 Second avenue.
The finest carriages and liijries in
the city can be had at any honr
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
Xo. 1915 Third Avenue.
r. c. HoppE,
ISTo. I8O8 Second A.ve.,
Rock Island, 111.
IEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CoAtractors and Builders,;
All tinof OHriM-nler work ilone. (Jeneral .ToMiing ilone on slmrt
notiof! ani! SHliNfitclinn t.r,"rnteetl .
Office andhop 1412 Fourth ave.,
S rin.I,Aeiiue, opposite Harper House. The rlioirest inniorted
Wlivras AND LIQTJOKSa
imArteilana Key West
T. T. CHRISTY.
Stepm Cracker Bakery,
iCUU A0 BISCVITt.
AlT,our ;; ,he Tar, are be.t.
aflTloeclalio: TbeCtuUfy "OTfTSB" UfUaOM.t, WArn.,
B. F. DeGEAR,
UcVractor and Rm'i,
Office and P Corner Seventeenth St.
lar-A.4 or ArtieUc work a speclalt
t uiUsh "iT
Fiorul Designs furnished.
Telephone No. 109S
DAVIS & CO.,
A conipli te ork of
Brasa Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire lirick. F.tc.
-S.,le Agents for-
DEANE STEAM TUMPS,
and SKJUT FEED LUBKICATOUS.
'e pnarantcc every i-nc v'rcct. an-1 mill snd Cups,
Ti-iit dti) s trial, to n-si-onsilde parties.
Safety IIfatinr Bilers, anl Contrac
tora for fnrnisliing and laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pie.
1712 First Ave.,
Hock Isl.ifiil, Illinois.
Telephone 1141. Rcsiilei.ct-
KOCK ISLAM), ILL.
Cigars, a specialty.
Rcr f3LANT. ILL.
Second avenue, Kock Island
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T. fr aU kit
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