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THE BOCK IST.ATTO -gBffPS. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1889.
A Chlrag Paper Aeee a Well
Kuwi Davenport Oltlfien f Con.
plirlty la the Cronla Marder Jf ys
I be Chicago Jnwr veean publishes a
sensational statement, tbe tendency of
which is to implicate Mr. A. P. Mc
Quirk, the well-known lawyer of Daven
port, with tbe Cronin murder mystery.
Mr. McGuirk has a great number of
friends in Rock Island, and none of
course will give a second thought to the
idea of his complicity in any illegitimate
way in this now noted case. Tbe Inter-
Oe-tan claims it gets its facts from a gen
tleman prominent in Irish affairs, who
claims that James Nugent, who at temp
ted to see the Cronin prisoners Friday
afternoon, was accompanied by A. 1
McGuirk, of Davenport. They were
refused permission by State's Attorney
L'ingenecker, and tken applied to the
jil orHcinl. where fbey were aloo re
fused. The litter. v? states that the
two men then went away and came back
attain about the same atternoon.
The jailor was in then, and admitted the
couple lit the jtil otllce, but positively
refused to allow them to see the C'roniu
prisoners. The party then says of Nu
"His name is Mi-Ouirk, and he is a re
silient of DavenMirt, Iowa, also a law
year. The firm name is Gannon & Mc
Guirk. Oannon whs at one time the
most prominent professional Irishman in
Iowa. Me was the special agent for A1-.
exander Sullivan and the triangle for that
state. He performed a great deal of se
cret work for the triangle, and was in
every way its trusty friend ami servant.
Gannon took to drink finally, and thus
became unfit for secret work. The
triangle chose his partner, McGuirk, as
his successor. He proved worthy of the
confidence placed in, and rendered val
uable sorvices to the triangle. Last fall,
after the trial of Alexander Sullivan was
over, and Irishmen all over the country
were wailing anxiously for the verdict,
McGuirk was called to Chicago by his
master, the triangle.
I myself can vouch for the fact that
during his stay here be was in daily con
sultation with Alexander Sullivan, and
the following incident was related to roe
and several others by lr. Cronin a few
nionins oeiore ins fleam, "it was in
September, I think, that McGuirk called
at Or. Cronin's office and told the doctor
that Alexander Sullivan had sent Lira to
request the doctor to call upon him at
the opera bouse. 'He wants to see you
yery badly," said McGuirk, 'and I would
advise you to go and see him.'
" 'Tell Mr. Sullivan for mc . that my
office hours are from 12 m. to 2 p. m.
He knows my address, and when he wants
to see me be will find me here,' answered
Dr. Cronin .
"Then McGuirk went on to talk with
the doctor about the trial of Alexander
Sullivan, and tried to induce the doctor
to lend his influence toward a verdict of
careless expenditure of funds, but no
suspicion of fraud. The doctor indig
nantly refused this proposal. 'I was
sworn to do my duty on that trial com
mittee,' be said, 'and my verdict will be
in accord with the facts as I found them.'
"Then McGuirk changed his tactics, and
tried on various specious pleas to get the
doctor to show him the documentary ev
idence against Sullivan. Dr. Cronin sus
pected the man and positively refused.
Then McGuirk left tbe office in a terrible
rage, swearing that if Dr. Cronin persist
ed in his obstinacy his life would be the
"James Nugent is known in Iowa as a
triangle Irishman. Lately he has lieen
very intimate with McGuirk, who, in his
capacity of special Bgent of the triangle
in Iowa, is acquainted with every Irish
man of any prominence in the state.
McGuirk and Nugent came to Chicago
together at the call of the triangle. Nu
gent was brought here becasuc be is
practically unknown to Chicagoans.
These two men are here in the interests of
the defense, and in that capacity endeav
ored to bee the Cronin prisoners. I am
glad to learn that they fttihsl."
In relation to the above Mr. McGuirk
informs the 1 hnivrrnt Gazette that legal
business called him to Chicago Monday
niwi. ji, jr.. He was in Chicago Tues
day following doing .u, UI, Aur
ney W. A. Foster and others Thursday
he left for Watseka to look after the es
tate of Mary Connor, and there engaged
the services of H. VV. Hilcher. From
Watseka he came bom last Friday by
way of Peoria. While in Chicago he did
not go to the jail, did not see Nugent
and dido's know he was there.
.More MnliBr Opininnn.
The Moline JixitUai has been picking
up a few expressions on consolidation in
addition to those quoted from the Re
publican yesterda'y :
C. II. Deere says he thinks consolida
tion of Moline and Hock is rotting. It
is only a question of time. It would be
advantageous to both places if it could
be effected now. The consolidated city
should he known as Moline. Hock Is
land is the name of the island on which
the arsenal is located. mid the name of the
island and the city arc frequently (ton
founded. But Postmaster D. W. Gould, Been
later, gives consolidation the "blickest
eye" that it has received from any one we
have spoken to on the subject He
says that the thing was agitated
more or less something over ten
years ago, and thai the fate
of the Moline postoflice, in case of con
solidation, was then looked into. Tiie
department promptly replied that but one
postoflice could be allowed to one city.
Not even a sub-office, or station is als
lowed in any city eveept it has a popula
tion so large that its postoflice is of the
flrstclass.as the office of tbe consolidated
city would not be, by any means. We
opine that the loss of our present mail
facilities would be felt to be so great a
sacrifice that many of those who have
previously expressed themselves as in fa
vor of consolidation, will now change
minds, or at least wait for Hock Island to
make some concessions in this matter.
It might, however, be well to make direct
inquiry of the postoflice department as to
this matter again, to see if there has been
any changes in the practice.
Evidences of new confidence in Rock
Island continues to daily manifest them
selves. Mr. A. C. Dart this morning
informed an A Rous representative that
he had practically decided to tear out the
one story brick on the south side
of Second avenue, between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth, and to erect
a handsome two story brick in
stead, building clear back to the al
ley. Mr. L. S. McCabe also said that
before fall he would remove the old
buildings immediately west of his Sec
ond avenue blocs and build up to tbe
height of his block. These are good
signs, and when such conservative busi
ness men as Messrs. Dart and McCabe
talk this way they mean it.
STRANGER THAN FICTION.
A Kraaarkable Railroad Atrldeat la
Iowa Detailed by Hnpt. W. '
Supt. W. C. Brown, of the Iowa divi-
sion of the the Burlington road, and
formerly occupying the same position on
the Rock Island and St. Louis division
gives an account et his strange exper
ience in relation to the wreck near Fair
field, which resulted in no fatal casual
ties, but which came so near recording
the most death-dealing sccident ever
happening in Iowa:
"It was the first time in all my railroad
experience." said the superintendent.
"that I started a wrecking train to the
scene of a wreck before any wreck had
"llow was that?" asked the reporter.
"I was at Burlington when I received
a telegram that the passenger train west
bound had taken the right of way be'
longing to the east bound freight. I at
once wired the agent at the station where
1 knew the freight to be due. The
answer came back that the freight was
just moving out of sight. It is six miles
between stations,, and as the distance is
made up largely of curves 1 knew a vio
lent collision was inevitable. I at once
telephoned the yard master to order out
an engine and wrecking car at once.
I got a couple of phvsiciahs and
immediately went to the depot to
lake passage ror the scene of the wreck
that I knew must occur. Before leaving
I wired to a station west of a point where
the trains were to meet and ordered a
wrecking train to start at once. I had
forty-six miles to go and I told tbe engi
neer to pull her wide open and get there
as soon as steam would permit him to do
so. We made the forty-six miles in just
fifly-four minutes, and I tell you it was
tbe longest fifty-four minutes of my
"And did you find a wreck, as you ex
"1 found it just where I exported, and
I tell vou mv pulse went down fifty per
cent when I got there and found no one
"How many peop'e were on the pas
"It was loaded; every coach was filled.
and before I reached the scene I would
have settled with Providence on a basis
of fifty to twenty killed ami every other
passenger on the train more or less in
Mr. Brown stated that the engines
were total wrecks. The freight train was
drawn by two heavv engines. The ten
der to the engine that hauled the passen
ger train was forced more than half
way through the baggage car. The bag
gage car had lieen filled with rasptier
nes. But instead of raspberries," he
said, ."I found nothing but raspberry
jam. In the wreck some stock was
killed, but tkside from a good shaking up
the passengers were safe."
"How do you account for the escape
ot the passengers? was asked.
"Airbrakes, air brakes," was the re
"I tell you," said he, "the air brake is
a great invention. The boys stood bv
the engines and let on the air brakes for
ail there was in them, and that's what
did the business. The result was that
the velocity of the trains was lessened to
an extent that one cannot estimate. Had
it not been for the air brakes and the
splendid use made of them every pas
senger would have been killed, and there
would not have lieen enough left of the
cars to tell what they were made of. It
was a narrow escape, nd I am thankful
for it. I never want another such scare."
22 Moline Water Power Co. to city
Moline, shore line on the Mississippi
river and lot 57. :J2, IS. lw. $500.
The rosebud opening to the morn.
While yet the dew hangs on tbe 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.
According to the most reliable esti
mates, tbe population of London is now
4.2f0.mK; of this nu.nl.rr !HH,fHNI. or
more than one-fifth, are in receipt of
some form of pauper relief.
Fir,' a Figmv-Anon a Giant.
W are too apt to regard a small ail
""h we would some pigmy, un
pleasant of aspect vk'J; ,,,,.,,
hut incapable of serious mischief. Wr
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 the 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 indicating Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters as the best preventive.
Particularly should its use he prompt
when the languor, yawning, chilliness
down the back, and feverishness that
precede a malarial attack, manifest thems
selves. Incipient rheumatism grows apace.
Don't neglect it. So with constipation
Gadbv. whose father wn h circm
tumbler, now goes about boasting that
ne is one or ttie sons or revolutionary
I have been a periodical sufferer from
hay fever since the summer of 187!), and
until I used Ely's Cream Balm was never
able to find relief. I can truthfully say
that Cream Balm cured me. I regard it
as one of great value and would not be
without it during the hay fever season.
L. M. Georgia, Binghampton, N. Y.
I can cheerfully recommend Ely's
Cream Balm to the sufferin!? niihlir. for
hay fever and, stoppage of the nasal pas
sages. I have tried it, and rind it gives
immediate relief. J. E. Rector. Little
The editor of a Port Ogden, Fla., paper
asserts that a bamboo sprout near his
well grew five inches in one night.
In the pursuit of the gooa things of
his world we &ntii?inta tnn miiph- wa
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures ilvsiwimm nrt nil
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood Purifier, a sure cure for umio .nrl
malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of
Mr. Burke, of Walton county, Florida,
who is ninety-three years old, is the
father of thirty-nine children. He has
been married five times.
Pond's Extract 'stops all kinds of
bleeding, pains, inflammations and hero-,
orrhsges. Refuse anvthin? but the fens
, o r-
Four young ladies officiated as the pall
bearers of a popular young man in Skam
ok in last week.
At Athens, Ga., there is an epidemic
raging among cats and they are dying
. LOCAL H0TICE8.
The Ciown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
A. D- Huesing, real estate and insur
ance age tt. Office No. 1608 Second ave
nue. Rock Island.
Try th j new ' Excelsior Bread made
only at tie Vienna Steam Bakery, Dav
enport. For sale at Weverhauser &
Denkma i's mill store. II. Korn.
Paid up stock in the Rock Island
Building association can now be had. A
chance '.o obtain six per cent on large
amounts on call. E. II. Gcykr. Sec'y.
The Royal Insurance company, of Eng
land, hat the largest surplus of any fire
insurance company in the world. A. D.
Huesing. agent, office No. 1608 Sccoud
avenue, ttock Island.
Insure in the Boylston Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mass., organized 1872. As
sets neatly fsi.OOO.OiKJ. E. W. Hurst,
agent. Office oyer Rock Island National
Modern Home, For Bale
On m nthly installments by Guyer &
3arth Babcoek. Dentist,.
No, 1784 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natural teeth and
inserting teeth without plates.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time,
with six percent per annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
To tba Watch Tower.
Cars run to Black Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and spcial
trains t accommodate picnic parties.
Telephone to the street car barn to com
plete arrangements for f-pecial trains.
Bnrst; on Bonds.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to Iwcome their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent,
Rock Island, III.
Forced to Leave Home.
Over 60 people were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call for a free
trial pat kage of Lane s Family Medicine.
If your alood is bad, your liver and kid
neys out. of order, if yon are constipated
and have headache ami an unsightly com
plexion, don't fail to call on any drug
cist today for a free sample of this grand
remedy. The ladies praise it. Every
one likes it. Large size package 50
A Chinese lefier was discovered in the
Sacraov-nto iail recently. He bad la-en
sent there from Folsom for refusing to
pay a p dl tax .
The 'est on earth can truly be said of
Gngg's Glycerine Salve, 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 guaranteed or money refund
ad. Only 25 rents. Sold bv drm'insts
7HYi TOUR LIVER
IS OUT OF ORDER
Ton will have STCK TTEADA CITES, PA TVS
IN THi: SIDE. DTSPKPS1A. TOOK Al PE.
TITfu,l-ol Imuran and unable to (ret throtifrh
your d lly work or noeial enjoyment. Life
will be as burden to you.
Will eni yon, trlvt the POISON ont of
jrnur sr atrm. and ninlce you slronq and vrnlt.
They c-mt only Si rt'iitna Ikii anl mayMave
four lLe. Can he hail at any lrng Store.
-Bew iroof CouxTEEFcrra made in St. LouU. a
P FUMES THE BREATH. ASK FOR IT.
FLEMI NG BROS., - Pittsburg, Pa.
ALI: OF REAL EaTATK.
I!y viitue of an ortlrr and decree of the ('oiiniv
court of Itork Inland cimiilv, tHinni". made on the
elitmoof the lilMliT-lL'lifHl. Aliniham Men hunt,
admin inrator of the eatutf of Marpiret J. Wear,
dereape.i, fr leave to nfdl the real i-witt of aaiii
leeHai 1. entered at the .liity term. A. I. is.mi. of
mid roi rt, ti-wit: on the ltlth 4ny of Jul v, I
hall oi the lr.th dav of Auu'ii"! next, at the hour
w.hi".-ii'iV:r."i:,'.,v:'.',I ti"'' ''r- M,u v
Weal of HUrk Hawk 7" U.m" IT
the rea. estate derrited un follows, to-wit :
Heirii'hinir at the center eonier of Heetion 14.
townh.p 17 north, in raiie 2 et of the 4th I'.
M.; tin nee earn on the half-iertinn line li si
rhaiiip thene inth at riL'ht ansrle S chain to
Kok r ver; thence wet with paid river to a point
where 'he half section line rnntiiiiK north and
pouth thn tiirh raid section interxectn paid
river; thence north on aid half aeo
tion line to the north fide of Tower street
in the town of Soars; thence nonth (ifl 5 wet
alonir tne north side of faid Tower ptreet 2 34
( Imnif thi nee mirth parallel with the half rec
tum line ( var. T- 4H'i 6 til chain; thener !
i!. IS chain1 to anoint on the half aertiou line (IT.
feet uth of eaid renter comer; thence north Mi
feet to the place of lieeiniiln;:: excepting and re
pervinr therefrom the lands heretofore cotiveved
to the tta-k Inland ?ol!on Manufacturing t'otn-
Iiany and also the land heretofore conveyed to
tirhar J Matmill it Co., hy dcedt recorded -eimer-
tlveiy i'i book fiftof deedn atpatreim. and hook 5fof
ueeilH it pape 'jhs of the rerordo of faul Kock Isl
and co inty, paid tract containing ( tio acre, more
or let's alr-o loot 1. 3, and 3 in hlock 111 in the town
of Sea; alno acre dexcrihed an follow, lo-w t:
llcirini inK WHS feet west of the H section corner
on the -rant tide of the northwest quarter of ec
tion 14. townnhip IT north, ranee ' el of the 4th
P. M.. -minlns tncnrp ninth 113 feet; thence went
feet to the Kontheaat corner of the old trravp
yard ; hence north 11S feet; thence went It feel ;
thence annth 11.1 feet to the souihne?t corner of
the old crave yard; thence we t ;l feet; thence
north S4.r) feet to the smith line of Hodman' land ;
thenre eat tlfii4 feet; thence outh l:ti feet to
the place of hc-inniiis. ,u Kock 1-dand county.
Illinoi s on the following term, to wit :
tine-Half in ca-h to he paid on the confirmation
hy the court af the report of le; the halance on
a credit of li month, the purchuxcr to pive hi
note al H"nor cent interest with anuroved secu
rity an i ninrtL'aL'e on the premise sold to secure
bat. d thi ltith day of July. A. D. lsi.
Admit iatrator of the eitate of Margaret J. Sear'.
Ad ik Pi.easahts, Attorney. julv 17 dlw
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Seal -d proposal will he received nt the office of
the Ci .y Clerk, at Kock Island, ill., until 6 o-clock
p. Mjult 9ith. 1SHU, for the tilling and eradim; of
TIKI ya d, more or less, of dirt; also, aliout Ttl
yarns or stone, to fill the ditch on the north and
east aide of school building No. 7, the work to be
done i rintly by tba ciw and school hoard. The
work to be under the Immediate atipcrviHlon of
uie suuenniennem or streets, sillljecl to the ap
proval of the joint committees.
Spei ideations on file at the City clerk's ofllre
hoci; Island, III . July 19. Hxu.
HY OKDKtt J .INT COMMITTEE.
J. M. BUFORD.
11m old Fir and Time-tried Companies
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Batat aa low as any reliable -omiiany aa
V out patronaae la aoUeitoe.
eWMBaa la Anna block.
WE AEJE KT Urss
lHKlHrriitH IHMW MI'KO
x nil i'i tf aii.fT.t. Al.tief-rr
I hi aiM-ofc iiirNM. ctafc or
NrKMll K HtlkNM . -
ilTdmlf It.Mini, all ,n p rttrrrtcr-
luartaaana v ifuroiuNuviiirih. f. Urine
felt in.liii.tlv nr.. t...4 i, ...i ... k
Grr. at lmiuovemt-ftUuver f onV r belt. Wonl ruiin ly r.
aianai.tiy carrel in IhrtemmiUit. S. .lf.l pameitit;- uii.
lbalxadon ElactnoCo. l69ISaUst..Chaa,
In r!t i- J'vs t.
Tk Is powder never vanes. A marvel of purity,
stfenglh and wholes. tmeness; more economy
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold hy
competition with the muHitndeof lowtest. short
weight alum or phosphate powders. Hold only a
eiiit. KovaL Bakins Powtxb Co., li Wall fU
WANTKR.-TWO Li VAL AliKNTS FoK
Kock l-land and Moltne, ladies or kren
eemen; a liberal salary will lie paid to the n'hl
parties: apply atonre. I. r Mcllt'tJH,
17 lw JOs v. Third St., llavenporl, la.
WANTKD KELIAHI.K LOCAL AM) TRAV
elitu; salesmen ; position i ennanent; spec
ial inducements n ; fast selling specialtie.
Ion't delav: salary fr.m the start.
iUtOWX KICKS., Nurserymen, Chicago, 111.
WAXTRI1-A tientleman or -dv in every
township a a;eiit for our isipulttr subscrip
tion hook -The Home Hevo-.d." or Views of
Heaven. Endorsed hy Bishop Fellows, by lead
Ina I'lerttynun and rcMe on papers; atrents oin
ini: money. For circulars M,,.i t,.rm. i,i,ir..M. v a.
TMNAL LIUKAtU AMClATION, HW Slate
St.. Chicago. inn m im
SALESMEN WANTKO to solicit for our well
known Nursery; himmI waves paid every week.
I'i mianeiit employment truaranieed. Vr.te at
once, before territory taken, slnlinL' aire.
CHAStC HKOS CO , Chicaco, III.
SALESMEN WE WISH A FEW MEN TO
sell onr Roods hy sample to I he w holesale and
retail trade: on salarv: lp-i si liiHinifuri
our line; inclose 15c stamp; Waces $;i (a-r day;
I. iiimnriii .t iiioii, nionev ntivHiiceu Tor wa"cs,
advertising. Ktc. CENTKNN I A M F'ti .,
j"n" t cincinimti, O.
-ANTr:i-AOFNTS foronr NFW PATFNT
ty i-ire I roof xf..s: Mj. -j-xisxi,: wrlK,
'.: retail prnva-i;,; other, in pr nion. Hieh
re ? ""!V"r ''""'""'Hi K.x,as,tM.n.
lowest. Weare . 7"' :. 'l"IJ ""?
A lltllie Mfe t V... Inelunitti. O.
(trrc to a month can bk made
P J workiiu; for us; asrent preferred who
cmi furnish a horse and eive their who'e time to
the business; spare moment may be profitably
employed also; a few vacancies in towns and
uie. B. F. JOHNSON co , Won Main St.,
N. H. I'lease slate aw and business expe
rience Never mind about sending stamp for re
ply. B.K.J. Co. apl4im
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To all want
tug employment. We want live, eneriretir
atrents in every county in the I tilled states and
Canada to sell a patent article of great merit, ON
ITS MERITS. An article tiaviui; no competition,
and on w hich the agent i protected in the exclu
sive sale by a deed given for each and every coun
ty he may secure from n. With all these advnn
tiiires to our agents, and the fact that it n article
that ran lie sold to every house owner, it might not
be necessary to make "AS EXTRAORDINARY
oFFkR" to secure good agents al once, hut we
have concluded to make it to show, not onlv our
confidence In the merits of our invention, hut "in its
salah.lity by any agent that will handle il with
energy n gents now at work are making
from 15ii to JUKI a month clear, ami this fact
makes it sale for us to make our offer to all who
are out of employment Any agent that wd! give
our business a thirty days' trial and f til to clear
at least film in this time, above am. rxfUNsrs.
can return all goo 1 unsold to us and we will re
fund the momy paid for them. No such em
ployerof agents ever dared to make such i ffers.
nor would we if we did not know thai we have
agents now makmc more than uouhle this amount
our large descriptive circulars explain our oiler
f illy, and these we w ish to send to everyone' out
ofempl yuient who will send u three one cent
postage stamps for nmi are. Send at onre mi. I se
cure the agency in time for the b,siin. and go to
work on the terms named In our extraotdinarv of
fer. Address at once. National Novki.tt Co
514 smilhiield St.. Fitt-hiirgh, Pa.
COMFORTABLE and ELEGANT.
For ate by Leading Dealers.
MT a Solely ty Vnz. EALEEE, Troy.K.Y
J. M. ItEAKIISLKY,
A1-rlJKT AT LAW Office With .1 T Ken
worthy. irmnrs,.n ' J- " n
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
National Bank Building. Roek Island. III.
E. W. HUKST,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LA IA
Office in Masonic Temple block, over Kock is
land National Bank. Rock l-lnnd. III.
I. B. SWEKNET.
C. L. " Al kill.
SWEENEY & WAI.KEIi,
I TTORNKY8 AND Col NSELLOI.'S AT LAW
I Office in Hengston's Mock. Ris k Island, III.
WM. M KMKY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loans money on od
security, make collect ion. Reference, ililch
ell & Lynile, hankers. Otllce in Post,ifflCe hliM-k.
THE 1IAILY AltiilS.
OK SALE EVERY EVENING at tTampton',
News stand. Five eenu per copy.
1. S. S( HUKEMAN.
lotllre Cincinnalti. Ohio; Branch ofllre over
rirst isatloual Hank, Kock Island. f 12 y
ST. IXKE S COTTAGE HOSPITAL.
ON THIRD AVKNCB, between Tenth and
Eleventh street. feh 14 tf
WM. 0. KULP, D. D. S,
OFFICE RKMOVKD TO
Room 9fi, 27, SH and 39.
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, lA.
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals wl'l he received at the office of
the City Clerk, at Kock Island. Ill .until fi o'clock
p. m. August nth, lrwu. for diguing trench, fur
nishing and faying a six-inch water main as fol
low: Commenting at the main on Fifth avenue and
Forty-uflh street, thence south to Seventh avenue,
west on venui avenue to rorty lourth street,
thenre south on Forty-fourth street to Eighth
avenue, thence west on Eighth avenue to Forty
third street, thence aoiituon Forty-third street to
Ninth avenue; aNo, one six-Inch walergale at
Fifth avenue and Forty fifth street, five (f) cross
es, two Ts, three two way hydrants, pipes and Ts
to connect the same.
Separate bids will also be rece ved for digging
ine tiencn on route above spectlied and back III!
(he same, the city to famish all the necessary
water pipe, galis. valves, etc.
Flans and specifications can bo seen on ale St
me clerk s onice,
Kock Island, 111., July l. !X9.
BY ORDER OF THE COMMITTEE
Estate of William Farrell, deceased.
The undersurned havimrneen .is,i,ouh .iln.tn
istratrix of the estate of William Karrell. late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby give notice that she will appear
before the county court of Kock Island county, at
the otllce of the chjrk of eaid court. In the city of
Rock Island, at the September torm, on the first
muuuBT in rapicmuer next, at which time all
person, having claim against said nstate .....
tided and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adinsted. All persons indebted
to aid estate are requested to make immediate
payment to me undersigned.
Dated this Suth day of Julv, A. D. 1889.
CATHERINE K. FARRELL.
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If there is a "grease spot" on your clothes, stop at the grocer's
on your way home and get a cake of Ivory Soap. Apply it to
the spot with a piece of flannel, wet with hot water; rub well,
then wet a clean place on the flannel ami rub attain to remove the
soap. If the spot is of long standing, use a nail brush. Ivory
Soap may be safely used upon any cloth, for it will not impair
its strength or change the color.
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 'Ivory' ;"
ihey ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities
of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright 1S, by I'roeter 4 Gamble.
Successor to A damson & Ruick,
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
fjgT'Second Hand Machinery bonght, sold and repaired.
New Elm Seet Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(SuowstJOt ih Danquard & Browner)
FLOUR AND ITECE JD
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
HAS rUKOHASKD T11K
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tSJHe Rolii its the tratle lung enjoyed
ly liis trclecepFnr and an many hew
oustomrrs an wish t favor him .nb
Sunday and Tuksday
July 20. 21 and 23.
Admission 25 rents.
Game called at 3:80 p. m.
Corner Elm St., and Seventh Ave.
The first Subscription Concert will be
THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 25.
3TThe finest garden in the tri-cities.
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HHHS II UOu N MN B8
Seventeenth St., (up airs.)
V. S H F. VM. S.
Honorary (rrfldonte and medlrt of the Ontario
Vvlerinary College; memberif Montreal Veter
inary College, and member he Veterinary Med
ical Awociatton, will treat J tbe latent and mort
ncientiflc principles all the Xeaie and abnormal
conditions or tbe domentlofLed animals.
Examinations, couaalidfion and advice positive
Calls Prompfly attended to.
Charges mod.te in every case.
Office, residence aid telephone call. Oommer
ctal hotel. Bock Island, ill.
West Second Street,
DAVEN POUT. - - !OWA.i
-DK&LEK IN V'
Wall Paper,? (
New PatternB IjTeea Daily.
l'rices LiOwer tb WVer before.
which' 'foes its work in a
KTIt worouchly purideg the air and
fnjives ail obnoxious smells .
'or sale at Emil Koehler's
Patent. Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lota.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
Successor to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
PEERLESS OTES best
Mad. I.4S vil, iZr,i.r
iwr DLAa JSTUCIUAUS.
urn u Atr Fiiti
Bold hr Drns-sata at
PeerlFM Rnvw. P.;. i
I'eerless Laundry liluing.
I'eeriesslnlcPanrdera 7 colors.
PwlealCgg 1 y oolura.
Promptly and neatlv executed by the Aans Job
Vttpecial attention paid to Commercial sJltk
FRANK CLOUGH, -
Embalming A Pjciulty
No. 1805 Second a' enne.
The finest carriages and buggies in
the city cm be had at any honr
oftie day or night.
L.7ajr. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Tird Avenue.
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I I I H-
F. C. HOPPE,
No. 1808 Second Ave.,
Rock Island, 111.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and sal infliction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND. IU
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES .AJSTr) liqtjoks. ;
Imported and Key West Cigars, a siecialty.
J". M. OHEISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
abutactoem or ckaczus aid Bitcvin.
Aik your Grocer far tkea. ; They are Ut
rapMtalttas: Tba Christy "CTfTEl aa4 tiM Ofcrlsty im,"
RCC ISLANfl. ni
H. D. FOLSOM.
B. R DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth Bt. r t Tclirt
and Seventh Avenue. : : KOCK IS'31
AU kind of ArUstlc work a specialtT.
Floral Designs furnished.
Teleplione No. 10:8
Ml .- . a j
DAVIS & CO.,
Steam Fitters. f
- A complete Mork of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick. Ktr.
Sole Acents for
Zt DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
"iisranlee every one pe rfect, snrt lll rt-t'A Crj.
Twenty dsv"s trial, to reniiriWe vote-
ISafetj' Heating Boilers, and IVnuac
. . T... F.-.. r.,vwl.irm o 11 .1 t'tvimr
lum iui i in iiiiiiiip,
Water, Gas and Sewer Pij..-.
1712 Fikst Avk.,
Rock Island, IUintAs.
Tle,'t"UO 1148. rrrtlsiiNw Ti4ii.i V11
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island
P1D, ,nd eetimte. for sU kiDde of bciM
f anushed on applicaboo.