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THE BOCK IST.ATP .A31GU8. MONDAY, JULY 122, 1889
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NOT SO ANXIOUS.
Mollae !N Are l m KnthaniaMie
Over the oiiiMllUtio Idea a They
lave Beea Theaaht iohr..9Iiiakta
The Moline RepuUiom of Saturday
night publishes a column and a half of
interviews with representative men of
that city concerning the idea of consoli
dating the cities of Rock Island and Mo
line. The result is the revelation of
quite a diversity of opinion with a decid
ed sentiment however in opposition to
the proposition. Some of the most proms
inent expressions are:
Mayor WesM docs not favor consoli
dation and thinks lhat Moline would gain
nothing thereby. To him it appeared
tbat a city that was proponing to sell its
waterworks was much in the same condi
tion as the farmer who in completely
overwhelmed with debt ami seeks to gain
a little more time liv givini; a morlirsge
on his farm, lie said tie thinks Kock
Inland has a larger debt than Moline and
but little to show fr it. Kven if consol
idation should be effected, the same strife
would exist, the only difference being
that it would be between the inhabitants
of the east and west ei.il of one city in
stead of between those of two separate
Ec-Mayor Nason said that he would
about as soon expect to see the millenium
as to see the consolidation of the two
cities. His opinion is that Moline has
nothing to gain thereby; tbat it would
have to pay the indebtedness of K.tck
Island, which is greater than that of Mo
line. He dues not believe that either
city is ready to give up its name and said
in thin connection lhat Uock Island bad
inherited or adopted hers from the island,
while Moline has made hers what it is.
James V. Atkinson said briefly that he
thouuht it could not be accomplished for
some time at least; that in talking of cons
solidation each city was simply soaping
the other to get in a tn-tter condition to
W. H. Moore said, "We will never con
solidation until Rock Island consents to
accept the name of Moline, and to locate
the court bouse in the vicinity of Brook's
addition or Eileewood Park."
C. F. Hcmenway, to whom a question
had been addressed that called forth Mr.
Moore's remark, said that he was much
of the same opinion; that there is scarcely
a manufactory in Moline sending out its
wares but what has the name Moline at
tached thereto. lie also stated lhat the
late W. . Brooks, of Rock Island, had
said to him prior to his death, tbat the
greatest mistake he ever made in his life
was when he signed the petition for the
annexation to Uock Island some vears
ago, of the territory taken from Moline
S. W. Wheelock said tbat be had not
considered or read much concerning con
solidation. When told tbat President
Hass hail called a meeting of the Hock
Island Citizens' Improvement association,
he said that if it was to be brought up
each one should give it cartful consider
ation, as it is an important question, and
then decide as he thought best for the
II. A. Ainsworth thinks that there may
be some points of advantage, but tbat
the larger debt of Rock Island mirbt be
an obstacle in the way.
II. A. Barnard is inclined to think tbat
he would favor it if it could be brought
about in a harmonious and satisfactory
way. At the outset he thought the
greatest obstacle would be to agree upon
a name. Ue would not lie in favor of
Moline taking a hack seat, and thought
neither city would be willing to adopt
the name of the other; hence he con
cluded that in case of consolidation it
would lie better to adopt some new name
of historical significance.
Capt. W. C. Bennett said he had not
given the subject much consideration. and
could not see where Moline would gain
muc h save the prestige of being part of a
larger city. He might favor it if it could
be made upon satisfactory terms; but he
would not want Moline to lose its post
office and present postal facilities. He
too was inclined to think the same con
tention would continue to exist between
the citizens of the two sections at least
for some time.
Gilpin Moore is heartily in favor of
the scheme, and would le Kind to see
this entire valley under one government.
He thinks considerable of the opposition
would come from persons holding official
positions, who uiitrht think tbat in such
an event they would lose their bread and
butter in consequence.
So it seems that the chief ground of
opposition to consolidation in our sister
city springs from a fear that the change
would be more advantageous to Hock
Island than to Moline. and some of the
gentlemen are inclined to ask a good deal
of Hock Island if we are to have the
privilege and glory of annexing them to
us as a city. As for instance, read W.
R. Moore's sentiment. In this connec
tion if there is anything Mr. Moore does
not want of Rock Island we would like
to know it. We might let him have the
Rock Island road. Rock Island bridge.
Rock Island arsenal aud the R.ick Inland
water front on the Mississippi; and all in
exchange for a Moline dude, if be would
be satisfied. The idea advanced that Mo
line is only to be benefitted, carries its
own sense of ridicule, as that city would
practically gain more than Hock Island
not only in being part and parcel of a
larger city, but having the advantages of
the county seat and a more advanced
spirit and idea of city growth and enter
After "Maltua In f'arvo "
Editor A bbii:
Johlin, July 20. The account of the
election here, as given by your local cor
respondent, demands notice. But first,
remember that the acts charged are
equivalent to frauds on the ballot pun
isbable by by line and imprisonment
Such charges have been freely made dur
ing the last five years. We have had
enough of them. If "Multum in Parvo
had been half as willing to acquaint him
self with the law and the facts in this
case as he was to blacken his neighbors'
reputation, he might have learned tbat
the polls were closed in an orderly and
lawful manner, and at the appointed
time. This last statement may be dis
puted, out l stand reaCy to back it up.
The remainder of bis talk is irrelevant,
since custom cannot override law, and
oesiaes one or two cases do not establish
A more serious charge is tbat the polls
were closed arbitrarily in order to shut
out democratic votes. If the closinir
was in conrormity with the law, no fel
onoius or fraudulent intent can be iin-
puieo. to vne judges. They did just
what was their duty to do. Supervisor
Whiteside emphatically declares that
wnen be made the proclamation of tbe
closing of tbe polls, he did not know any
person was present or coming desiring to
vote. When "Multum in Parvo" dis
patched his report to the A Rous he
knew Supervisor Whiteside had made
such a statement. Therefore, "Multum
in Parvo" goes before the public giving
the lie direct to Mr. Whiteside.
J. O. Osborne.
Keyaolda A Co. 4et Another Coatraet.
The Sioux City Journal of Thursday
last has the following:
The contract for grading and bridging
the Sioux City & Northern from Merrill
to Palisades was let by the Sioux City &
Northern Contracting company Tester
day to E. P. Reynolds & Co.. the firm
that is now building the first section of
the Pacific Short Line. There were
nine bids opened, and they were from
some of the very best railroad builders
in the west The army of bidders in
cluded such well-known firms as Shep
herd & Simms, Young & Co., Foley
Bros.. & Guthrie, J. E. Murray & Co.,
and Kimball & McNaraara. Although
the prices at which the contract was let
could not be learned. The Journut was
assured by Superintendent Downs that
the contractors got a fair price for the
"What time is given for the comple
tion of the contract?" was asked of the
"They are eiven until November 1, but
that is the outside limit. We expect very
rapil work, and the entire distance made
ready for the iron some lime previous to
November 1. The contractors will begin
operations north of Maurice and finish
that section of the line first. The heav
iest share of the work is in that direction.
We have not exactly located the line
from Merrill to Maui ice. especially about
LeMars. Engineers are making surveys
The re of the -Kuwy-Hndy."
1 he "busy-body is a new instrument
that enables you to see what your neigh
bors are doing without turning around or
straining your eyes. It is a triangular
affair, consisting of three adjustable mir
rors about eight or ten inches in dimen
sions. It is placed on a short iron sup
port on the window-sill outside the
screon. A person sitting on a chair near
the window by one glance can obtain a
clear view of all that is moving on the
street for half a block beyond. The sec
ond mirror shows all that is going on in
tbe intersecting street for an equal dis
tance. while the third reveals everyone
entering or leaving the building. For
busy-bodies" this reflector is admirable
and quite handy for people with large
curiosity. There might be a reasonably
good demand for these instruments in
20. J O Vallaningbam to Alonzo Nice
wanna, pt ne 2, and n 10, a of nw 4. se
4, 29. 17. 3w. $4iiO.
Moline Water Power Co, to John An
derson, pt lot It), block P. Moline Water
Power Co's ad Moline, $409.33.
Bernard Hedeber to Emil Uthoff. pt
out lot 03. block C7. 35, IS, 2w, Chicago
ad. Rock Island, t'.MO.
Francis M Sinr.it to John Rosenkranz.
lot 1 and sub div, out lot 2, Sinne t's ad.
R I, WW.
The rosebud opening to the morn,
While yet the dew hangs on the thorn.
Exhales less sweetness than is wont
To breathe from lips that Sozodont
Has touched with a soft crimson glow
That shows the dazzling teeth off so.
Mr. Burke, of Walton county, Florida,
who is ninety-tbree years old, is the
father of thirty-nine children. He has
been married five limes.
Firs' a Pigmy-Anon a Oiant
We are too apt to regard a small aiN
ment much as we would some pigmy, un
pleasant or aspect and prankish indeed,
but incapable of serious mischief. We
ignore the fact that it grows prodigiously,
strengthens in proportion, and begets evil
progeny. A fit of indigestion, a slight
bilious attack, sensations of unrest and
languor when the system should have
been braced by recent sleep, unaccounta
ble nervousness, inactivity of tbe kidneys
or bladder what are these but the pre
cursors of obstinate and serious bodily
disturbance? In either of the above
emergencies, common sense and exper
ience unite in iodicaticg Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters as the Iiest preventive
Particularly should its use be prompt
when the languor, yawning, chilliness
down the back, and feverishness that
precede a malarial attack, manifest thems
wveg. Incipient rheumatism grows apace,
Artificial ice is cheaper in southern
cities than tbe natural article is in the
Forced to Leave Horn.
Over 00 people were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call for a free
trial package of Lane's Family Medicine.
If your blood is bad, your 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 simple of this grand
remedy. The ladies praise it. Every
one likes it. Large size vackage 50
A lumber dealer of Indianapolis says
that the inhalation of the odor of pine
lumber is tbe reason why lumber horses
are so healthy.
The heist on earth can truly be said of
Ongg's Glycerine Halve, which is a sure,
safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises,
scalds, burns wounds and all other sores
Will positively cure piles, tetter and all
skin eruption. Try this wonder healer.
Satisfaction truaranteed or money refund
ed. Only 25 cents. Hold bv druggists'
Pond's Extract stops all kinds of
bleeding, pains, inflammations and hem
orrhages. Refuse anything but the gen
WHYl YOUR LIVER
IS OUT OF ORDER
Too will hm PICK ITEADACHFg, PACTS
IS TI1K 8UK, UYKPKrei A. TOOK APPE
TITE, feel Utleu and unable to get through
your dally work or social enjuriuenta. lUm
will be a burden to you.
Will enre yon, drive the POISON out of
four my stem, and muke yon strong- and well.
They rout only 2S venU a box anf may nay
your Ufa. Can be IumI at any irua; btore.
a" Beware of CoromcarziTs made In St Louis."
iv q ry! q lIsh Tzsi
Perfumes the Br lath. Ask for it.
FLEMING BROS., - Pittsburgh. Pa.
Sevkntxxnth St., (up stairs.)
V fRjYALWS'o",? 2 N
Tlla powder never vnrlSK. A marvel of purity,
ftlrrngth and w toleonmene ; more rrononij
than the ordinary Hindu, and rannoi Ue wild ly
com petition with he multitude or lowteM, hort
weight alnra or pholiat powder. .vM only a
eitiu. Kotl BAtiMM I'owniB '.. loxWallPt.
Talent, Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Feice in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
8i rceraor to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
HAS PURCHASED THE
anil has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tWlle an, cits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers ss wish to favor him with
Corner E m St., and Seventh Ave.
RUDOLPH HINCHER, Prop'tr
The first Subscription Concert will lie
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 25.
(stTThe fiiiest garden jn the tri-cities.
gALK OF REAL EaTATE.
By virtue of an order and decree of the Countv
court of Rock i -land county, lllumi". made on the
petition of the undersigned. Abraham Merchant,
administrator .f the estate of Margaret J. Hears,
deceased, f.tr 1'ave to sell the real e-tat of said
deceased, entered at the July term, A. i. lv-rti. of
said conn, to-'vit : on Hie ltilb day of Julv, l-i. I
hall on the IS h dav of August next, at the hour
of o'clock in the afternoon of said day. sell at
public sale, at the Margaret J. bears homestead.
esl of BUrk lawk's watch tower, in said county,
the real cslale descrited as follows. tsw it :
BegiuniiiK at the center comer of section 14.
township 17 n rth. in range 8 west of the 4ib P.
M.:tbence east on the hair-section line is -ji
chains; theno- south at riKht auirles S chains lo
Kofk river; tt ence west wuh said river to a point
where the half section line running north and
south ttirrugii said section intersects said
river; theuc- north on said half sec
tion line to the north side of Tower street
in the town i t Sears: theme south (WV 5 west
along the norti aide of said Tower street 2. at
chains; thence north parallel with the half se.--tuan
liue (var 7 - 4o ) ti til chains; thence ea-t
' "! h,'y anoint on the half section line la;
feet south or ...Id c..u C(inier; ,hrnre nortlftili
feet to the place of tH.ginnii.K Vi."",?,",
serving there' mm the lauds heretofore J.
to the Rock Island Cotton Manufacturing Com
pany and also the lands heretofore conveyed to
Kubard Man ill A Co.. by deeds recorded respec
tively in book itl'if deeds at page 371, and book Mof
deeds at page 'Jt'iM of tbe records of said ftock Isl
and county, stid tract containing 9 till acre - more
or less; also 1 its 1. , and 8 in block lil in the town
of Sear; als.il acredescrited as follows, to-wt:
Beginning feet west of the 4, section corner
on the east si'teof the northwest quarter of sec
tion 14. towns lip 17 north, rant'e west of the 41b
r. M.. runnin ; Uiid( esoulh 113 feet; thence west
IftV feet to me southeast cornerof the old grave
yard; thence north infect; thence west ltis feet :
thence south 118 feet to the southwest corner of
the old prave yard; thence wet :t feet; thence
north 245 fee! to the south line of hodman's land ;
thence east M't feet ; thence south i;fc feet to
the place of I eginning. In Kocfc 1-land county.
Illinois, on t le following terms, to-wit :
One-half in cash to be paid on the confirmation
by the court of the report of sale; the balance on
a credit of 12 months, tbe purchaser to give his
note at 8 per cent interest with approved secu
rity and mortgage ou the premises Mild to secure
Dated this Kith day of July. A. D. 1HW.
Administrate r of the estate of Margaret J. Sears,
Adair Pli as anta. Attorney. Jalvl7-d4w
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed Drolosals will be received at theottlep of
the City cierx. at His k Island. Ill , until 6 o'clock
p. . August 5lli, l&tt, for digging trench, fur
nishing and layiuf six-inch water main as fol
lows: Cotnmenrl:ig at the main on Fifth avenue and
Forty-fifth at wet, thence south U Seventh avenue,
west on 8v nth avenue to Forty-fourth street.
thence sout i on Forty-fourth street to Kiehlli
avenue, tliei ce west on Eighth avenue to Forty
third street, thence south on Forty-third street to
Ninth avenue; also, one aixdncb Watergate at
Fifth avenue and Korty-Bfth street, five (fj cross
es, two Ts, t iree two way hydrants, pipes and Ts
to connect tl e same.
heparate bids will also be recs'ved for digging
tlie trench on route above specified and back till
the same, tie city to furnish all the necessary
water pipe. j:abes. Taires. eic.
Plans and -oiecdlcations can be seen on file at
the Clerk's e fflce.
Hoc k lslai d, 111 , July lt. 18mo.
b OKLlKIt OF TUB COMMITTKK.
OTICE TO CONTRACTOR.!.
Healed pre posals will be received at the office of
the City t 'le-k, at Mock Island, ill., until 6 O'clock
p. M-Jul? Wih. ltlMtf, for the tilling and eradinir of
7tm yards, more or less, of dirt; also, about Til
yards of stogie, to fill tbe ditch on the north and
east aide of school building Mo. T, the work to be
done jointly by the city and school board. Tbe
work to be I nder the Immediate supervision of
ine superintendent or streets, sunject to the ap
proval of tha joint committees.
Specifications on file at the City clerk's office
Kock Isia id. III . July IS, 1KW.
dY ORDEK J 'INT COMMITTEE.
JDMLN STRATOR'B NOTICE.
Kstatjof William Farrell, deceased.
Tbe uudei signed baring been appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of William Farrell, late
of the count y of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hen by gives notice that she will appear
v;ne me r iuuijt cuun oi iiocit isiana county, at
tbe oltlce of the clerk of said court, io the city of
Kock Island, at the September term, on the first
Monday In September next, at which time all
persona ba lug claims against said estate
titled and requested to attend for the purpose of
Having we me aa lusted. All persona Indebted
to said estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to the undersigned.
laledthLaithday of July, A. D. 18R9.
CATilEtflalk B. FAKKELL.
' ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Promptly ajd neatly executed by the Aaaut Job
tVdpec al attention paid to Commercial work
WANTED. TWO LOCAL AGENTS FOR
Rock Island and Moline. ladies or ir.-n.
Kemen; liberal salary will be paid to the rluht
parlies: apply at onre. P. F. McHUGH,
w-iw a W. Third it., Davenport, la.
WANTED RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
e R lesmen; positions permanent; spec
ial Inducements now; fast selling specialties.
Don't delay; salary from the start.
nf bkus., nurserymen, Chicago, 111.
WANTED A Gentleman or ldy in every
township as airent for our popular subscrip
tion book -The Home Beyond." or Views of
Heaven. Endorsed by Bishop Fellows, by lead
ing clergymen and religious papers; agents coin
ing money. For circulars and terms address N A
TIONAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, HO State
ft., Chicago. jn o law4w
S ALESMEN WANTKD to solicit for our well
known Nurserv; fftu-ul wmv..a r.ai.1 ovo.v ,,uk
Permanent emtti,ivm..n. .':...
once, before terriuiry taken, statine age.
vuak onus iu, vuicago. 111.
SALESMEN-WEWI8II A FEW MEN TO
sell our goods by sample to the wholesale and
retail trade; on salary; largest manufacturers in
our line; inclose 2v stamp; Wages fcl per day;
permanent po-ition; money advanced for wages,
advertising. Ktc. CENTENNIAL M F U CO.,
AVA?TK,VA.OKNTS foronr KFW PATKVT
i,rel," others in u.,i.r7imi iKh"
karS w,r'!,""'V"r i tvnte,n,,l KM,si, f.n.
low. Hvv7i twionem business. IH r priced
lowest. . . , jn f , , x.,(...,Va
territory , veu. A Ipine afe o.. tlnelunatlj ! oT
J!;-: TO .? A MONTH CAN BE MADE
P - working for us; agema preferred who
can furnish a horse and give their whole time lo
the business; spare moments may tie protltahly
euiployed also; a few vacancies in towns and
cities. B. F. JOHNSON Jc CO., HUSJ Main St.,
N. li. Please state age and business expe
rience Never mind about sending stamp for re
ply. B.F.J. A to. apMSm
AN EXTRAORDINARY OKFKH-To all want
ing employment. We want live, energetic
agents in every county in the Cnited States and
Canada to sell a uau tit artic le of ureal merit. UN
lis. MERITS. An article having no coni)ietitioti,
and on which the agent is protected in Ihe exclu
sive sale by a deed given for each and every conn
ty he may secure from m. With all these ad mti
tiires lo our agents, and thef.net that il is an article
mat can rw sold lot-very house owner, it might not
lie necessary to make "AN EXTRAORDINARY
wr r c n 10 secure good auents at once, hut we
have concluded to make il to show, not onlv mir
t otiMiieticemthe merits of our invention, but in its
salichility by any agent that will handle it with
enemy, i n Hgents now at work are making
from 1.KI to ion a month clear, and this fact
makes it safe for us to make our offer to all who
are ontof employment. Anv agent that will eive
our business a thirty days' trial and fil to clear
at least $1tm in this time, ahovk all exi'KNskh,
can return all goods unsold to us ami we will re
fund tne money paid for them. No such em
ployer of airent sever dared to make such offers,
nor would we if we did not know that we have
agents now making more than uoiible this amount.
Our large descriptive circulars explain our oner
rully, audthese we wish to send to evefvone out
or eiupl ymcnl w ho will send ns three one cent
postage stamps for iHislauc. Senil at once and se
cure the agency in time for the boom, and go io
wora on tne terms named In our extraontinary of
fcr. Address at once. National Novrlty Co
514 Smithtield St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
COMFORTABLE and ELEGANT.
For Sale by Lead Ins Dealers.
ST d 2olal7 ty WH. BAHESs, Trcy.N.Y
J. M. KEARDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
V worthy. 17-J5 Second Avenue.
I TTORNEY AT LAW. Office in R.x k Island
Lational Hank Building. R.tck Island, 111.
E. W. lll'KST,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
il omce tn Masonic Temple hiock. over Roc k la
laud National Bank, Rot k I-land. II).
K. D. SWKINEY. C. L. WALKCK.
SYVEEET & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND Cot" NSKLLORS AT LAW
OfMce in Bengston's block. Roc k Island, 111.
yi. Mc ENIRY,
A riUKMilS AT LAW Loans money on good
security, makes collect io is. Reference .M itch
ell At Lynde, bankers, otlie in Postofllce TTi.k. k.
THE DAILY AlUilS.
OR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton's
nf" iiiauti, r r WIUX tr copy.
I. S. SI 1ITREMAN,
ARCHITECT AN l Sl'1'ERINTBNDKNT. Main
office C'ilirmnalii, Ohio; Branch office over
rirst national Bank, Kock Island. fl3 ly
ST. LUKE'S l'OTTAJE HOSI'ITAL,
JN THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
vr aoevcnin streets. fch 14 tf
WM. 0. KULP, D. D. S.
OKFIOK REMOVED TO
Take Elevator. PAYEM'OKT. IA.
ITT - o , e--
w csi secona mreer..
DAVEXPOUT, - - I(VA.
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than ever liefore.
' HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
3Tlt thoroughly purifies the air and
removes ail obnoxious swells.
For sale at Emil Eoeliler's
Price BOjcents per box.
Sunday and Tuesday
July 20. 21 and 23.
Admission 25 cents.
Game called at 8 :80 p. m.
at the head of Seventeenth street, which I will sell on
terms to suit purchasers.
Monthly Payments Accepted if Desired.
These lots are in a heauti ul, healthy locality, and are
100 Per Cent Cheaper
than any lots now olieied for sale.
Persons can buy these Lots and improve them as
cheap as the3T can pay rent. Apply to
Corner Eighteenth street and Second avenue.
We take pleasure in announcing to the Butchers and
public in general that on Wednesday next, July 24th. we
will open our new Refrigerator and Salesroom, corner of
Perry and Front streets, for the sale of
Choice Western Dressed Beef, Mutton,
Pork, Veal and Provisions.
"Wholesale Only," To the Trade.
CSTWe will keep ou hand at all times a full and froeh supply. Quality
and prices to suit all.
DAVENPORT BEEF CO.
Telephone No. r2, E. T. I1ICKS, Manager.
J. B. ZIMMER
Star Block, - Opp. Harper House,
IS H1-CE1VINO DAILY HIS STOCK OF
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the Litest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits np in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARB LO"W.
Successor to A
Shops Coiner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
"Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
New Elm Street Groce7
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor th Danqtiartl & Browner)
?LOUK AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the
ua tup iuroi. J. eiej.uiuil l'OUliei'1 lOIlS.
GIVE TI1E NEW STORE A TRIAL.
J. M. BUFORD,
Tfec old Flr an A Tima-trlod Compnic
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Kate aa law aa anv reliable rmiaiiT ca
Voar liatrooiij; U aollelUA.
mm OflU la Aixaa block.
ior lit, u k MtLkl(jiS.
Rla.lK In 4't t'ulora lhat nrilher
Mual, Wank Oat Nov J
boh by Drnggiita. Alt
PrerlcM Itmnie Paints 6 colon,
l'eerless laundry Bluing.
Peie I nk Powders 7 colon.
Peerless Shoe Harness Dressing.
, Peerless Egg Dyes i colura.
damson & ltuick,
trade and will make prices as low
HOUSEKEEPERS for Soups, Gravies. Kto. Convenient
for NURSES with boiling water a delicious HKKK TEA
provided. INVALIDS will flud It oetizliijr,
to tho WEAKKST STOM ACH, Guaranteed to
I I'tllE IIEKP ESSENCE. pt up In convenient pack
agea Of both SOL1U ANI Itl lll EXTRACTS.
BY DRUCCISTS AND GROCERS.
V. S H F. V.M. S.
Honorary frraduata and medsllUt of the Ontario
Tcmnnary vuiit-se; ruemixT of Montreal Veter
inary College, and nicmlwrnl ih. vriarinn iio.i.
ical Awociatlon, will treat on tbe latest and most
H-n-niinc principle an me diseases and abnormal
conditions of the domesticated animals.
Examinations, consultation and advice poeitlve-
Calla Promptly attended to.
Charges moderate in every case.
Office, residence and telephone call, Commer
Clal hotel. Kock Island, ill.
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The TJN13ERTtYKK I?.
UHI'I ' ' . , .
Eriiliahninf' a Siwialty.
No. 1805 Second avenue.
The finest carriages and buggies in
the city can be bail at any hour
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
J .-.-TV. Al
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No. 1SOS Second .A.ve.,
Hock Island, 111.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
All kinds of Carpenter work done. Oeneral Jobbing done on abort
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Second Avenue, opptiaite Harpi-r House. The choicest imported
WINES -A.ND LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
MAslUr&OTVBIB Of CBACKima 4ID HiCtlTi.
Atk your Grocer for tketm. Tkew ara beit.
Witlsltlss: Tss Christ, OOTRBB" tt tt OhlUty Vim,"
HCM. ISLAND. IIJv
H. D. FOLSOM,
B. F. DeGEAR,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. y t t
and Seventh Avenue, :. IVOCK Islali"'
UT All kinds of Artistic work a specialtr. Plan, ,nd estimate, for aU kinds of buildup
Fioral Desiffns furnished.
Telephone No. 1008
7 ."c I -ti.- I yv .
DAVIS & CO,
A conil-te Mock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Urick. Etc.
Sole Airents for
PEANE STEAM PUMPS,
OIUU1 r TiUU liUJJlHVvu.'.
pusrmitee every eiie perfect, ami ntll send Cu..
Twcittv iIhvV trial. t r-iKm!ille larlier.
I Safety Heating Boilers, and Contiac-
tors for furnishing and laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pie.
1712 First Avk.,
Kock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 11. lieytilence Telephone 1U'
1707 Second avenue, Rock Island"