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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGU8. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1889.
Rock Inland Keprewntative Citi
zens KxproHS Themselves. ;
the only source of difficulty wan I
Vmmt Xtsht'n Meeting t thIavrTe.
mrnt Aaaarlatloa 4aalr
.'aaolldatloa View Exf haaceaV
The large attendance t the special
meeting of the Rock Citizens' Im
provement asociaifott A8t evening to
consider the proposition to consolidate
the cities otyfopck IgUnd and Moline,
showed bo Jore conclusively the largely
Preva,nn3r sentiment in favor of uniting
the citing f 8ucj, ChB Rccomplislicd on
kasjffg mutually aatiafaetory and advan-
l-eoua, than it did the interest so freely
manifested in all projects looking to the
community's advancement and growth
The prevailing sentiment whs to adopt
some measure that would meet the ile
sires, aims and best interests of both
cities and of the entire community in
which thev are located. President Mass
presided, and Waller .Johnson was sec
retarv pro tern.
After the object of the meeting had
been set forth by the reading of the call
Mr. E. II. Unyer, as n member of the
discussion committee, Kited that he had
obtained the annul financial status of
both cities with a view of ascertaining
whether any unequal burdens would be
imposed on either without a return in
the way of property advantages. The
municipal possesions 01 ftioune were
shown to tie $221. (HM, and its bonded
debt placed at SO,0Ot. leaving a balance
in its favor of H1,(hk). IWk Island's
properly was pUced at $:i5rl.Siwi. and its
debt at 1239.110. a balance in its favor
of f 136.800.
A KAIK PROPOSITION'
The appended resolution was presented
by Secretary Johnson and Mr. August
Huesiog moved its adopiion, Mr. William
Jackson seconding it.
liesofoeil. That a committee of ten be
appointed by the chair to meet a like
committee, should one be appointed, of
the Business association of Moline. and
arrange terms mutually just and advan
tageous by which the cities of Moline and
Rock Island may In united in one niuniri
pality; such arrangements when agreed
upon to lie reported to the two associ
tions for consideration.
Then followed a long and interesting
discussion in the course of which many
were advanced. Dr. Truesdale favored
the plan of the resolution as right and
proper as a means of agitating the sub
ject and gaining the general sentiment
before formal course of the law should le
entered into. The doctor inquired of Mr.
Guyer as to the initiatory proceedings
under the new law, and the reply was
that a petition signed by Sod citizens of
one of the towns desiring consolidation
to the county court for an order to sub
mit the question to popular vote.
Congressman W. H. Gest was called
upon for an expression. It was tolas
mind a question of great importance to
Rock Island and Moline, both, that they
should be united. Since being a member
of congress bis views had broadened in
this respect. Heretofore he hnd looked
upon the rxatter solely from the stand
point of Rock Island. We all naturally
take pride in our homes and when away
from borne take pride also in our sur
roundings in our state. He haiWcome to
have the same regard and care and con
sideration for Moline as he hf.ii for Hock
Island, and this is the spirit we all have
in entering upon the subject of consolida
tion. He spoke of the growth of both
cities toward each oilier until now only
an imaginary line intervened. Many
things would be gained by consoli
dation: such as a healthier sentiment,
the obliterating of the long exist
ing rivalry between the two cities
and which has not been always pleas
ant. There would be no exclusivcness.
Firs a P gmy Anon a Giant.
e, and in adjusting that the Rock .
Blind committee should be conciliatory. I uieasart of aspect and prankish indeed.
looking above all to the advantages of but incapable of serious mischief. We
union- ' " I ignore tne iaci main grows proaigiousiy,
Cpr, John Pee,z was entirely opposed VjfL V fit of indication a alight
to the idea of consolidation. He could biiiou9 attack, sensations of unrest and
see no benefits whatsoever to be derived I languo- when the system should have
from the movement. teen b -aced by recent sleep, unaecounta-
nr. Calvin Truesdale sustained Mr. ble nervousness, inactivity of the kidneys
I or tilarider what ar theoA hut th nic
uesi s views, ue oeuevea consonuanon . . nh;nila 0 A M,!. im.
would enhance the value of every piece disturt anceT In either of the above
of real estate in Rock Island. The great I emerg ncies, common sense and exper
m,ii B,tftntftri.s to he derived pence unite in indicating Hostellers
t .. :....,. I oiomacn miters as me oesi preventive
were .i .......cuso ....h..... .uwlu- partjc,1ir .honM ita ,19e be prompt
er great advantage wouiu come in when the languor, vawnintr. chilliness
I I . J C?'
improved waterworks, by which at I down the back, anil feverisliness tnat
reduction in expense of one half, preceda a malarial attack, manilesttnems
selves. Incipient rheumatism grows apace,
Don't neglect it. So with constipation
The prize simpleton of the season is
the vonnir man who irocs away for his
health and spen-is his time smoking cigar
Tl iii nrw.lcr nem vane. A marvel of imrtty
"Ireiieli ant hnlenmonen; more rconoinj
than Ih ordinary Kind, and cannot he polo ny
cmiei tion wiln the mnltilndr of lowtert, short
weurhl alnm or phosphate foW'li-r. Aflii n
mm. i.T.LHiKM I'owntHO.., Mm W all PI
m m m .
XtuIiLical. social and business
mon council and a union oTlntereslsland
the economical gain in having but one
set of city officers, and then the inr resse
in population the jxople of Moline
would rejoice as mueu as the people of
Rock Island In a city of :t(,(HK).
Speaking of the obstacles in the w ay of
consolidation, Mr. Oest cited the
MATTfcK OK A NAME
1 ears ago w lien this simc matter was
discussed, the committees of the two
towns split on the subject of a name
. V. .1. . - . .
cm;u urniriiiL' iof:ive us name toae new
municipality. This is a serious consider-
ation now. Moline has just reason to be
proud of its name; its manufactories.
pretty homes and wideawake, intelligent
people have given it a name throughout
the country that it should take great
pride in. Yet, Rock Island is proud of
its name, too, for the same reasons, and
because, too, that the name has tieen
blazoned in this country and is known
over in Europe. The Rock Island road
Is proud of the name and has advertised,
and is advertising it the world over..
The "Great Rock Island Route" is not
only constantly keeping the name before
the people fn the commercial world, but
everywhere in the world is the route
known and its fame spread as the "Rock
Island Route." These solid advantages
in the name should not he lost sight of by
the proposed committee, but there should
be displayed a spirit of conciliation rath
er than pertinaciousness. Mr. Oest
would prefer the name of Rock Island and
believed it would be the best, but he
would be willing to concede a good deal
for the sake of consolidation, and would
be satisfied to permit the name to be of
secondary consideration. He deprecated
the idea that consolidation would depre
ciate property valuation in the two busi
ness centers. He believed property
would appreciate, especially in the pres
ent comparatively unoccupied intervene
ing territory. He believed there would
be political advantages in a change, in
the sense as applied to power and influ
ence in affairs of state. He expressed
his belief that in the united city of 30,000
inhabitants we would not only secure
till further growth in population, but al
more sightly court house; would stand a
better show of getting a government
buQding and the Hennepin canal. Be
we could have a reservoir and more po
table, and healthier water. The
question of name should be one of sec
onuary importance. uoiu names are
cherished, and both valuable, but he
wouiu ranter taae another new name
than fitian.tAtl ttA rt AnaAlittatin
......... Li in llie nnrsiiil oi lue iroou uuuira in
sir. v m. Jackson 8 views were solicted. . h- . u. antiHoate too much: wc
and he thought the question of consoli- I Pat ., the heart and sweetness of world-
datton, one that concerns everybody . I ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
It anrinwa from u anirit r.f ..! them. The results obtained trom Hie use
, , ... . of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
a broader view of tbinirs ?eneial- , ...... t. :.. i n
" I ail Cia uiS. lltllita iitiiviinin, mm nit
ly manifested. The entire commun- I fitoma h. liver, ki lney and bladder
ity is entering upon an era of progress. I troubles. It is a perfect tonic, apietizer,
of ov.t nii,i ioii!,- ...i.ct.niioi aA blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
. Imalariil diseases. Price, 50 cents, of
. aii.-iiinii, nun nit: ui ai live yenrs, ue
predicted, would be the
BEST TIIK CITY HAS KNOWS.
anil that more would be accomplished
than had been in any ten years before.
The good results of consolidation would
bo mutual. There is no reason in, or good
to come from the existence of the two
municipalities so close together. Yet in
the face of all that is to be gained by
consolidation, the question of name is t.)
be one of crest difficulty to settle, and is
important too. Years ago when there
was talk of consolidation, the only oh.
stacle was the postotlice. People said
that if thire was a free delivery serviee
it would remove all objections. Now we
have the currier system, and there seems
lo remain but one thing to do and that is
to present our reasons for consolidation.
and our reasons for a choice of & name
Mr. Jackson believed the true interests
of this locality and of all concerned,
would be besi subserved in the retention
of the name of Rock Island, and it
should he adopted and maintained. Mo
line owes its distinction only to
the superior quality and fame of
its manufactures. As soon as an
other town makes as good goods
at as low figures that other town
will become as well known. To simply
predicate a town oh the strength of its
manufactures is not as good as to predi
cate on immovable conditions. Mr.
Jackson then enumerated the great ad
vantages attached to the name of 'Rock
It-land, such as the C, R. I. & P. and R.
I. & P. roads, neither of which would
change their names, and both of which
would, put forth strenuous tfl.irts to op
pose a change in the name xf Rick Isl
and. He ventured the assertion that the
C, R. I. & P. road could not be induced
to change its name for $l,tHH),(MH. It is
a name by which it is distinguished from
ocean to ocean and in every inhabited por
tion of the globe, and it could not change
its name without disturbing its whole
travelling value. To change would be
to overthrow what it has spent years of
time, and great sums of money lo estab
iisn. i ne name fir kock Island is some
thing of permanent and erasable value
to the community, and Moline by uniting
with us under it would partake of that
value. Mr. Jackson also alluded to the
Rock Island arsenal and the Rock Island
rapids as ass.iciatcd with the name of the
city, and in that sense always a great
advertising medium. Our advantages
are so marked, and the sieaker's reasons,
he said, so free from prejudice or per
sonal pride that we mifcht in all fairness
and with the best interests of the new
city at heart, urge the adoption of
Rock Island as the name, a name of un
Tie tpnffe" ur rtic nvep HWASwigialions,
name ana the substitution of an un
known name for one known the world
over, a name fixed by nature, by history
and one that cannot be altered by trades
or other conditions. Ik would be in
favor of making any
even to the establishment of a new court
house or other public buildings in the
Mr. Ouyer spoke of another advantage
of consolidation, being the establishment
of a larger business men's association with
a permanent secretary, whose duty it
shall be to advertise the city in every wav
possible, and he called attention to the
advantages Sioux City had gained in this
Ihe resolution was then after some
discussion put and carried, with but one
dissenting voice, and President Hass ap
pointed as the committee authorized by
the resolution: Dr. C. Truesdale. Wm .
Jackson, Phil Mitchell, W. H. Gest. R.
Crampton, August Burning, E G. Fra
zer, L. Simon and Dr. W. A. Paul. Mr.
Gest asked to be excused and Mr. Fred
II ass was by vote of the meeting substi
WATTTED.-TWO LOCAL AGENTS FOR
Rock Inland and Moline, ladies or een
gemen; a liberal salary will be paid to the right
. 1 . i . . u ui unnlTnu
ii-iw - Ma w. TDira bi., uavenpon, la.
WANTED RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
eline salesmen : Dositiona permanent: spec
ial inducement now; fast selling specialties.
iron t delay; salary from me start.
BKUWN BKUS., Nurserymen, cnicago, in.
WANTED A Gentleman or ldy in every
township as agent for our popular' subscrip
tion book "The Home Beyonii." or Views of
Heaven. Endorsed by Bishop Fellows, by lead
ing clergymen and relig ous papers; agents coin
ing money. For circulars ami terms address NA
TIONAL L1URARY ASSOCIATION, 1U3 State
Ml., Chicago. jun 20 law4w
I HAVE FOR 8ALE-
SALESMEN WANTED to solicit for our well
known Nursery; good wages paid every week.
Permanent employment guaranteed. Write at I
once, before territory taken, stating age.
CHASK BROS CO, Chicago, 111.
I H 7 LOTS I
SALESMEN WK WISH A FEW MEN TO
sell ourgoods by sample to the wholesale and
retail trade; on salary; largest manufacturers in
our line; inclose 2c stamp; Wages $3 per day;
permanent po it ion; money advanced for wages.
advertising, Klc. CENTENNIAL M'F'G X.,
jnno 17 'lncinnati,(i.
at the heart of Seventeenth street, which I will
terms to snit purchasers.
rANTKO-AOKNTS foronr NEW PATENT
v Mre-l'roof af ea : size 2xIkih; weight 5tJ
, it-.iim iniTn; oinerain proMirinn. tiigii
eV.aWHri1 .silver meilall Centennial Kxnoait'nn.
nare enanre ; permanent business. Our prleea
lowest. We are nut In the safe pool. Krtuelve
errnory given. Alpine nate t'o.. Cincinnati, o.
JrT TO S2.Kp A MONTH CAN BE MADE
P I O working for us; agents preferred who
can furnish a horse and give their whole time to
the business; spare moments may be profitably
employed also; a few vacancies In towns and
cities. B. V. JOHNSON & CO., 1IW Main St.
N. B. Please state age and business expe
rience Never mind about sending stamp for re
ply. 11. K. J . A Co. apl -m
A N EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To all want-
Aing employment. We want live, energetic
agents in every county in the I nited States and
Canada to sell a patent article of great merit. ON
ITS MERITS. An arthle having no competition.
ami on which the agent is protected lnlheexciu-
Mve sale by a deed given for each and every coun
ty he may secure from us. With all these advm- I
tages to our agents, and the fact that it is an article
thai can be sold toevery house owner, it might not
he neccs-ary to make "AN EXTRAORDINARY
OFFHR" to secure good agents at once, but we
have concluded to make it to show, not only our
oiiuilence In the merits of our invention, bin in its
salability hy any agent that will handle it w ith
encrkry. ' a xgenta now at work are making
fromflofitofiXI a month clear, and this fuel
makes it safe for ns to make our offer to all who I
are outof employment. Any agent that will give
our htisine-s a thirty days trial anil fill to cle
al least (KM) in this time, ahovk ai.i. ixpknskb.
can return all goods unsold lo us and we will re
fund the money paiit for them. o such em
ployer of agents ever dared to make such effers,
nor would we if we did not know that we have
agents now makkne more than uouhle this amount.
ur large descriptive circulars exnlain onr oner I
IV, andthe-e we wt-h to send lo everyone out
of empl 'yment who will send ns three one cent
po-taee stamps tor postage. Send at once aud se-
ure Ihe agency In time tor the boom, and go :o
work on the terms named In our extraotdinary of
fer. Address al once. National Novkltv Co
514 Smithtield SI.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Monthly Payments Accepted if lesired.
These lots are in a beauti!ul, healthy localit, and are
100 Per Cent Cheaper
than anr lots now offered for si
ESTTersons can buy these Lots and iitprove them as
cheap as they can pay rent. Apply to
Corner Eighteenth street aid Second avenue.
COMFORTABLE avnd ELEGANT
For Sals by Leading Dealers.
StTa Solely ty "wTL Trcy.K.Y
J. M. KKAKI.SLF.V,
Iwor hy. 17-i3 Second Avenue.
4 TTC RNF.Y AT LAW Office with 1. T. Ken
HI I.I.I AM J(KSO,
RSEY AT LAW. office in Rock Il
i.mal li-iiik Building. Rock Nlaud, 111.
C. U, WALKER.
TTI RNEYS AND Col NSKLLORS AT LAW
Xllimi e in Bengston block. Rock Island, 111
TTORNKYS AT HW-Loans money on good
iisecn -itv, makes collections.
ell & L 'nde, hankers.
timce in rostomre ihock
THE DAILY ARGUS.
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING al Crampton
Newsstand. Five cents per copy.
I. S. SfHUREMAN,
ARCT 1TB T AN n srPERlNTEN DKNT M aln
nffic Cincinnati!, olito; Hranrh om- iiv.t
First ational Bank, Rock Island.
f IS ly
ST. LUKE'S COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
" t niKTl AVKNl'E,
between Tenth and
WM. 0. KULP. D. D. S,
OFFICE REMOVKD TO
Rooms 1, J7, 9H and SH,
Tak Elevator. DAVENPORT, 1A.
The rosebud opening to the morn.
While yet the dew hanps on the thorn,
Exhales less sweetness than is wont
To breathe from lips that Sozodont
lias touched with a soft crimson p-low
That shows the dazzling teeth off so.
We have often wondered how houses.
which always stand, can show their seat
I have been a periodical sufferer from
hay fever Binre the summer of 1879, and
until 1 used lUy'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, Bingbampton, N. Y.
1 can cbeertullv recommend Elv'a
Cream Balm to the suffering public for
hay fever and. stoppage of the nasal pass
saces. I have tried it. and find it crivns
immediate relief. J . . Rector. Littln
The best on earth can trulv be said of
Grigg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sure.
ssfe and speedy cure for cuts, braises,
scalds, burly wounds and all other sores-
Will positively cure piles, tetter and all
skin eruptiofc . Try this wonder healer.
Satisfaction (guaranteed or money refund
A O.I. n. ' . o.u . .
wu. vsuiy.-- -out. OU1U DV artUcElBU'
ATjK OF REAL KaTATK.
y virtue of fin order nl Hecrve of the Conntv
rtiurtof Kock Nlantl coumw lltinoii, uiHi.e on the
tetilioiiitf the nute r-icnett. Ahraham Merchant,
tttiininifl rntor of the cot Hie of Mariraret J. reai.
ili-ceafcd, f r leave to wu the real ettat of pail 1
tU'eoat-ed, entered at the .Inly term. A. I. 1H. of
kimI court, tvwit : on the K.ih day of .lulv, 1s, I
rhrtll on the 15th day of Align next, at the hour
of o clock in the afternoon of i-aid day. nell at
luiblic naie, at the Manraret ! Siear homet-ail.
wp!l of black Hawk'H wairh tower, in nUi county.
the real estate oecrilea n follows, to-wit:
berinmn at the center corner of peel ion 14,
townt-h'm 17 north, in ranue 4 went of the 4th V.
M. ; thence eati on the hair-pection line M.at
chaiiiA; thence ponth at riffht anelct ft chatni to
Kor k river; thence west with paid nver to a point
where the half pection line running north and
ponth thrrutrh. i.nid pec tion interecta paid
river; thence north on pnid half sec
tion line to the nor in pide of Tower Ptre
in the town of Seai; thence ponth tWVc wept
alone the north Pide of aid Tower teet 2.H4
chainp; thence north parallel with the half pec-
li. m hue (var. 7 4t ) l fil chains: thence eat
2.19 (hainp to apoint on the half section line 60
feet Ponth of paid center corner: thence north 60
feet to the place of heffinntnt? : excepting an i re
perviiic therefrom the lands heretofore oonvev d
to the Kock Inland lUilon Mainiffictiirinir Com-
puny and alPO. the landn heretofore conveyed to I
Kichard Manvitl Jt Co.. by deed recorded -eppec- I
tively in hook .Vi of deeds at paueSTl. and hook f'.4of
deea?4 at page 'JtA or the record of paid Kock il
and county, said tract containing 9 t'n a-re- more
o: lep ; alro Ioip 1. 1. and 3 in block 10 in the town
of Sean; alpn 1 acredepcribed ap foliowp,to-w t:
Hcrinninc Jt4 feet wept of the S section corner I
on the east fide of the northwePt quarter cf pec-
tion 14. township 17 north, ranee 2 went of the 4th
P. M. rnnninctnencepouth 113 feet; thence west
.PV feet to the Ponlhead comer of the old trrnve-
vard; thence north ll.i fet ; thence west PJSfeet;
thence ponth 113 feet to the FttmhweM corner of
the old grave yard ; thence we t :H feet; thence
north 24T feet to ihe pouth line of Kodtnan'p land ;
thenre east feet; thence south l;W feet to
the place of heiiinine. lu Mock Inland county.
Illinois, on ine following terms, to wit :
4 rne-half in cash to be paid on the confirmation
by ihe court f the report of Pale; the balance on I
a credit of m months, the purchaser to cive his
note at 8 per cent interest with approved secu
rity and moruraire on the preini-e s sild to secure
bated this lt.ih day of July. A. P. lV
A. W KKC11ANT.
Administrator of the estate of Margaret J. Sears,
Adaih I'MAPiTJT, Attorney. jaly 17-d4w
J. B. ZMMERiB
Star Block, - ' - - 0p Harper House,
Ifi HECEIVINO DAILY HlSTOCK OP
Spring and Summer Goods,
of Ihe latest patterns. Call and exanine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits np inthe latest styles.
HIS PRIG1SS A.ftJC HiO"W.
Successor to Adamsin & Rniek,
Khops Corner Ninth St., md Seventh Avenne,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptl' done.
Second Hand Marhineif bought, sold and repaired
IWnt. Cast and Wrought
Cheat est Fence in the worlil for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
BncMhwr to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
J. M. BUFORD,
Tkt old Plr and Tlmft-trlm rtompaiitea
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Katet low . an? rrll ililr ...ih'.hit eaa -mrt
lour iMttronp IimIiciM.
BT0 ta Ajvoa block.
M PEERLESS DYESb"eSt
pSi . Vr ULACK ST0( kXGS.
KV!''"." 4$ 'olr that nrtifcer
iA-v, T,Eold ly Irugfp8ti. Aleo
ilR-?- - ii rcerlem Itronre Paint colors.
Y-Z (t4 Jerless laundry llluinif.
Hivk1 "Ink Powder 7 coJora.
Peerh-wShoe Harnesa Dreswag.
OV ALL DEanniPTinvu-
Promptl;' and aeatlj.cnted by the Aaana Job
aw S octal attention paid to Commercial work
GENTS WANTED sale
STATK OF ll.I.NOlS, )
K.K k l"land l oamy,
To thr vcptmher term, A. D. of the Circnit
court Id 1 hai.oiTy .
Eitpar IVKoreM F.jl-Mra and Briilct Krodrrick,
rimii)ainanl, . I4ir.aru. I.owry. Knnlv N.
Lowrv, .and Marshall Pii-lil. lxr?n7oH Wood-
hoiio.-. JoM'ph N Field. Harlow H. llicvnhot-
lom. .loim u. cw ilium", pannrra an Man-hall
Kmld A Co.. Alhert A. Sprague, Olho S.
sprajme and Krra 4. arnrr. partner!"
Winona Mill CtmiiiiTiT, oim U. .-.....,,
fi-ndanta Hill to Forecloao.
To the almve named defendant, the Winona Mill
In the otlire" of tTTe""cr"r"kJor'"fH'l',,vl1?fi .e1 fl,!l
notice it herehy piven to yon. the Vinona Mill
lonipany. that the ahove named romplainams
have filed in aald eonrt their bill of complainl
auainet you on the chancery ride of aid court;
.-,-,. i. in . nitiii-rry nap wen Idfinc-d in
aaid canve apainft yon returnahle to the next
term of raid circuit court to be beenin and bohlen
at the court bonae in the city of llwk Inland In
Mid county, on the first Mondav of September,
A I. 1SK!. at w hich time and place you will ap
pearand plead, anwer. or demur to' raid bill of
trifiiip'nini. u yon aee tit.
Hock lt-laud. III.. July 93. A. D. ls
ttKOKGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of paid I'onrt
fw iKNcr Wai.KER, Sol rn forcomplt'a. d4w
New Eim Sreet Grocery
geo. e. browner;
(StuTessor th arquard vt Hr.mnpr)
FLOUR AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of tWtiade and will make prices as low
as tue lowest, leiepnone tornecuons.
GIVE THE NEW STORE-A TRIAL.
HOUSIKEEPERS for Soups G nvio. Etc. Convenient
for NURSES with lKiiline water a delirious UKKF TKA
is inrtitnly proviileil. INVALIOS will tlnd It appetizinp.
irii-Mrtjtie to the WCtkKST STOM ACH. Ouarantoed te
l ltKKK ESSKM'K. l'ut up iii convenient park
na only w
Embalming a Specialty Floral Designs furmsheil.
No. 1S05 Second avenue. Telejihone No. 10:i.s
m & i m
The finest carriasres and btipgies in
the city ran lie bad at any Imnr
if the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
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DAVIS & CO, i
A coniilrte Ftork of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Ilose, Fire Brick. Etc.
Sole Aernta fur
' S DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
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AND SlUlLr r rril LUDlUV.An.
SOLD BY DRUCCISTS AND CROCERS.
STATE OF IlXINoTsT
Kock Inland Coitntt,
In the Circnit Court, September Trrm. A. D."Wrt.
Coroclin H. Smith va. the Unknown heirs of
mmm r picn. ueceawu In unancrrr.
a muavii that the name of the unknown hoii
... .-.iisi-un nico, me anove defendant, are nn
known, having heen filed in the cle-rk'g office of
the circait conrt of aaiil eonnty, notice is there
fore hen hy eiven to the aaid defendant that the
complainant filed his hill of complaint in aid
conn, on the chancery side thereof, on the .d
day of Jnly. and that thereupon a Himmons
lK-nertout of said conrt, wherein said snit is now
!ei.d ing. returnahle on the llrst Monday in the
month of September next, as is by law required
Now, unless you, the said defendants ahove
named, the unknown heirs of Mas. .11 fitch de
ceased, shall iersonally he and appear before
said circuit court on the first day of the next term
thereof, to he bolden at Hork fai.nrf 1. . ..
said county on tha first Monday in September
""V" "swer or aeinur 10 the said
complainant s hill of complaint, the same and the
matters and thine therein charged and slated
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
apninat yon according to the praver of said bill
Kock Island. 111., July, SJ, isstt.
JE(. W. HAMBLK, Clerk of ai 1 Conrt
AiuiR Pleasants, Conipt's sol'r. d4w
JJOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
8-aled nrr.posaia will he received at theofnee or
the City Clerk, at Rock Island. Ill , nntil o'clock
r. a. Angnst 6tn. 1HHK. for Hii.ii.tr ...
nishing and laying a six-inch water main a's fol-
Commenting at the mam on Firth avenue and
Forty-flflb street, tbence aontb to Seventh avenue,
west on S. venth avenue to Forty fourth street,
thence south on Foity-fonrth street to Ei"hlh
avenne, tbenoe west on Eighth avenue to Fortv
tlnrd street, tbence south on Forty-third street to
Ninth avenue: also, one six -Inch Watergate at
Fifth avenue and Forty-fifth street, live (5) cross
es. two Ts, three wo way hydrants, pipes and Ts
to connect the same.
Separate bids will also be rece'ved for digging
the trench on ronte above specified and back fill
the same, the city to furnish all the neuwmr
water pipe, gates, valve, etc.
nans ana specifications can be seen on lie at
the Clerk's office, . . .
Bock Island, 111., Jnly 1. 1889.
BY ORDEK.OF TUB COMMITTEE.
JOTIOK TO CONTRA CTOKd.
Sealed proposals will be received at the fflce of
the City Clerk, at Hock Island, ill., nntil 6 O'clock
m" JnV Hn lgt(9' ,or the fiIHn? d EradUig of
7IHI yards, more or less, of dirt: wlan t,.
yards of stone, to fill the ditch on the north and
east aide of school building No. 7, the work to be
done jointly by the city and school board. Tbe
work to be nnder tbe immediate supervision of
the superintendent of streets, subject to the ap
proval of the joint committees. .
pecincationson file at the City clerk's office
Kock Island, 111.. July IB, I88B. - ,
BY OKDXU JuDtT COMMITTKE.
ITAS rUROHASKD THE:
anJ has rcrnoveil to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
ROCK ISLAND, ;
fIIe solicits the trade long fnjojed
by his predecessor and as nuny n;w
customers ns wish to favor hiln with
Sunday and Tuesday
Joly 20. 21 and 23.
Admission 25 cents.
Game called at 8:30 p. m.
Estate of William Farrell, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of William Fsrrol', late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the rouuty court of Rock Island county, at
tbe office of tbe clerk of said court, in tbe citv of
Kock Island, at the September torm. on the first
Monday in September next, at which time all
persons hiving claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend for tbe purpose of
having the same adiusled. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the oadersia-ned.
Dated this 20th day of July, A. D. 1889.
CATHERINE E. FAR KELT..
july20-d3w - Administratrix.
tatoit enw i'.r,.. it t Mil
mm ri lit. brttmM'viaieaoyza
""sTlitlsctrie.Pell : ASiiacstisnr.
Kti M.tl mv w". r.iiNi rr
irnn;rn c VEAasits.rtt.
to aelCbia Vit'.HWis8m-nr!a. kMrto
-iWttXkoUMlTAr wt.btt SA 1I1A injm.
twsliw Utsntvcwnueviir sU othsr belu. Wont emwpvr
nuuwnuy aired la thm months. Sealsd mpklrt 4c ub
L. W' EERSE
West Second Street,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
PEAl IB IN
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than etrer before.
HA9 INVENTED A
which does its work in a
(?It thoroughly purifies the air and
removes ail obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emil Roller's
Price 50 cents per box,
Corner Elm SL, and Seventh Ave.
RUDOLPH niNCHER, Prop'tr
.The first Subscription Concert will be
x . held on
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 25.
KFThe finest garden in the tri-citiea.
1 I VI. lttOOK,
We guarantee every cne jerfert. and tll sen.:
Twenty day's trial, to resuUMlle jiarlu -
Safety Heating Boilers, and (Vi tiae
tois for furnishing and lnyiiis;
Water, Gas and Sewer Piie.
1712 First Avk.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 114S. Residence Telephone lu
F. C. Hoppe,
No. 1SOB Second Ave.,
Rock Island, 111.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
All kinds of Carjenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND. IM
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AaupAcrvrnxB ov osAexm aid bisciiti.
Ask your Grocer for then. The are best
iMciiltm: Tba Ckrlaty 0Tltll Mi tM Okflaty "WAFCB."
' ROCT iaLANI.
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor arid. Builder.
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth 8U T 1 T n
nd Seventh Avenue. . . . : I Rock Islanfl-
-u. , ruuc work a .pwlalty. PUn. and eatlmate. fnr .11 Winds of builds
sr of steei.
fuinUhed on application.
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