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THE BOCK ISLAND JHIGU6.
MONDAY. JDLiY 20, 1889.
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CAKBON CLIFFS NEW CUURCH
A Beaattrnl Mtlle lle-aar of Wont hip
lpdirtrd Yei-terday by Rt-v. . H
Yesterday was a red letter day for the
thriving, wide-awake town of Carbon
Cliff. For several months the citizens
have been interested in the building of a
beautiful Methodist Episcopal church
and a gem of beauty it is now com
pleted. Complete in every part, nothing
lift out, it is all that could be desired in
a church building.
Yesterday was the day selected for the
dedication of the new church to God. It
cost in the neighborhood of $2,500 and
was all provided for before dedication
save 1 385, which it was thought could be
raised at the dedication service. The
day was perfect and the congregation
fine. All were in the heat of spirits. The
sermon was preached by Hev. G W.
One, of this city, and the theme of his
discourse was "Attachment to the
The xinging whs by a special choir un
der the leadership of V. R. t'ary .
At the cloe of the sermon Mr. One
made a statement of the financial condi
tion and asked the people to contribute
4iX, and in a comparatively short time
he announced to the people thut they had
subscribed $.1110 and it' was about
time to quit. Aftir the dedicatory
service the benediction was pronounc
ed and about as happy a people
as ever gathered in Carbon Cliff
lingered about the church shaking
hands and congratulating each other in
good old Methodist fashion. Rev. D. S.
McCown, of Rriintirld, m , a former
pastor at Carbon Cliff was present, and
moved arouid the congregation helping
the people to get their names down for
subscription. He rendered valuable ser
vice. (Jreat credit is due Rev. O. W.
Peregoy, of Hampton, who also officiates
at Carbon Cliff, and was the inspiriog
cause of building the church. This is
the second church he has moved the peo
ple to build this conference year in the
Hampton circuit, and also doing exten
sive repairing on the church properly in
Hampton. Mr. Peregoy is the kind of a
preacher who ai'l always be in demand
He is a regular hustler.
This new church, however, would
never have been built had it not leen for
the self-sacrificing men and women in
and about Carbon Cliff, who so freely
ami promptly pave of their means, while
Mr. One's efforts yesterday wi re respon
sible for the magnificent subscription
n ben it comes to raising money for
building churches trust Mr. One every
T. iri ....
nu t own preacnea at the evening
Is there any money made out of soft
"Well, you had better believe there is,"
said the druggist. "There is any amount
of money made in the manufacture of
these mild beverages. Here are figures
as to the cost of manufacturing some of
them: One glass of plain soda costs one-
tenth of a cent. One glass of soda water
with syrop costs 1 cents, with ice cream
2 cents; one glass of mineral water
cent; one class of root beer 1 cent, one
glass or ginger ale 1J cents. A good
many young men when they see these fig
ures may swear off buying soda and min
erai annas, out they won t keep their
vows. When the time comes and when
the best girl smiles gently and begins to
get in her fine work, he will step up to
the rack, regardless of the cost, just as he
has tjften done before."
26 Alice A Thompson to John Mack
ener, pt $ island F, fractional lot M. sw
4. 29, 17. 4w, and island I, fractional
se 4. an. 7. 4w, and lot I), lot I!, ne 4 31
17, 4w, fa.iH.10.
.lohn Vandeveerto .1 A Hleeknian
2, sub-aiv, sw 4. 27, 3. 2w. 75t(.
Thomas 8 Silvis to O E Lundqnist, pt
ioi oioea i, .n.un ueere s ad, Moline
Johnathan Huntoon to L E Waterman
Pt lot 2!. Assessor s plat lsfil, is,
1W, f 2,11m.
Among Errors Rainoni to Health
une or the most mischievous and most
common is the indiscriminate and too
frequent use of purgatives. Such medi
cines, if well chosen and reasonably re
sorted to, are certainly useful, but many
persons select the worst, ily from one to
the other, and employ them when there
is no occasion, or their utility has ceased.
lo establish on a permanent bus is a reg
ular condition of the bowels, the finest
alterative is Hosteller's Stomach Bitters.
It is botanic in origin, and a safe succe
daneum for those objectionable drugs.
calomel and blue pill; it does not gripe
or arencn the Dowels like the ordinary
evacuents, and it not only reforms irreg
ularity of the habit of body, but remedies
the disorder and inactivity of the liver
and stomach, which usually accompany
that condition. Rheumatism, kidney
iiouL!", malaria complaint and nervous
ness are removed by the Uiiurs.
Education does not hurt a poung man
if ne has good common sense to go with
I have been a great sufferer from hay
fever for fifteen years. I read of the
many wondrous cures of Ely's lialm and
thought I would try it. In fifteen min
utes after one application I was wonder
fully helped. Two weeks ago I com
menced using it and now I feel entirely
cured. It is the greatest medical disco vs
ery ever known or heard of. Duhamel
Clark, Lee, Mass.
We have often wondered how houses,
which always stand, can show their seat
100 Ladies Wauled,
And 100 men to call on any druggist for
a free trial package of Lane's Family
Medicine, the great root and herb remes
dy. discovered by Dr. 8ilasLane, while in
the Rocky mountains. For diseases of
the blood, liver and kidneys it is a posi
tive cure. For constipation and clearing
up the complexion it docs wonders.
Children like it. Everyone praises it.
Large size package, SO cents. At all
A good resolution is a fine starting
point, but as a terminus it has no value.
to have a wife or husband with a bad
breath. All this may be avoided by us
ing SOZODONT. It is most acreeable
to the taste, fragrant and healthful. It
conlers comfort upon its users, and pre
vents the affliction of unpleasant breath.
A JUST OBJECTION.
Mallae iterates a Crematory Where
It Will be lojarlons) t Reek 11
aad latere A Vlgoroaa Reman
The city council of Moline had a spec
ial meeting Saturday evening, the out
growth of which is of deep concern to the
people of the upper end of Rock Island
The Republican yesterday morning de
scribes the proceedings of the meeting:
The mayor stated the purpose for
which they assembled, namely, to act on
a communication he bad received yester
day morning from the Moline Water
Power Co. It will be remembered that
its offer of a few weeks ago, was to deed
a piece of land 40x60 feet, just below
Deere A Co's., to the city, for f 15.000.
with a street leading thereto. This the
council did not seriously entertain, as the
ground was ten feet below high water
mark, and would require much filling at
considerable expense, liut the proposi
Hon of yesterday is much better. They
were wining 10 sell the city a lot 100
xl42 feel in size, facing on First street.
..40 leet south of the canal, for $l,0O(t,
reserving the right to run a rail-
road track across it to their ground
on the other side. Of the amount
they would require r00 cash down.
the balance at the beginning of the
next municipal year. The mayor and
members of the committee bad consulted
with three attorneys and each one was
quite positive in saying that according to
the deed of Riverside cemetery and the
ordinances of our city, that place could
le used only for burial purposes. The
same attorneys were also quite sure that
me crematory could not te built on the
river front if anyone objected, as when
platted, the ground recently purchased
by the city was dedicated for street pur
poses. Lndersuch conditions any prop
erty owner could get out an injunction
and stop them from erecting it there.
This would necessitate a lawsuit in which
they would incur much expense and de
lay, and might be beat in tht end. A
motion to reconsider their previous ac
lion in locating their crematory on the
river front was carried. Aldermen Oould
and Donahey alone voting no.
ext a motion to accept the proposi
lion of the Water Power company, pre,
vailed. Alderman Oould recording bis
vote in the negative. The special com
mittee were instructed to select a site on
this ground, for the crematory, so that
they can begin the work of erection
early in the week . So once more another
change is effected. This time the coun
cil has acted wisely. That is certainly
the best place to be found for locating
the burner. It takes it away from the
business center, and down there where
there are few people to object. If the
Water Power company in the future sells
off its property, in lots, those who buy
will do so understanding that the burner
is located there, and there will be no
ground for complaint The- property
owners on Second avenue, who entered a
prompt protest against the river front
site, will read the above announcement
with much satisfaction.
There is naturally much indignation
prevailing in the upper end f the city
over this action on the part of Moline in
locating where it will only annoy the
people of Rick Island, an institution
that they have numerous times changed
the proposed location of in deference to
the remonstrances of the citizens and
property holders of that place. That it
depreciates the value of property in the
neighborhood of its location is conceded
by the IinnMiciin as quoted above, and
for which reason a citizen of Moline had
it moved out of the neighborhood of the
cemetery, where it lielongs, simply be
cause his residence is in that part of the
Messrs. F. M. Sinneit and J. P. Wilson
were down town this morning seeking le
gal advise as to what course can be pur
sued to prevent this neighborly action
on the part of Moline, which they justly
regard as something of an outrage. It
should be prevented if there is means
within the limit of law of accomplishing
A Itansliuic "expert."
During the past few weeks a number of
discrepancies in the compilation of the
laws passed by the last general assembly.
resulting from the carelessness of legisla
tive cieras or others, have been made pubs
lie. A careful revision of the official edi
tion of the laws as published under the
authority of the secretary of state shows
such a vast number of mistakes that the
volume is rendered about totally useless
as an attempt to enforce the laws as they
now appear therein would impose an un
warranted hardship upon the people of the
state anil would no doubt create an un
limited amount of litigation, which could
only lie settled by the supreme court after
a tedious fight of years.
It seems the trouble is entirely charge
able to the state printer expert, Don. K
Frasier. or his assistants, in carelessly
reading the proofs of the volume for the
public printer. In a great many of the acts.
important and material sentences of four or
six words are omitted, leaving the sec
tions comparatively meaningless, and in
others the omissions of words conveys a
meaning entirely opposite that intended
by the legisliture, while several of the
titles are incomplete because of the omis
sion of sections therein, which would
render the entire act unconstitutional
should occasion arise to have a coo".
pass upon thut point, "juless the
error could tie shown ov access to the
original act. In -connection with these
mistakes, a vast number of typographical
misi.ai.es are apparent, and while these
are not so important, the volume as it
stands is practically worthless for public
uses. The volume has been given a
wide circulation, not only in this state.
but in exchange for laws of other states.
and the only way of satisfactorily reme
dying the errors is to go to the expense
of printing another edition. Whether
this will be done is not now known, but
it is probable it will.
On August 6th and 20th. September
10th and 24th and October 8th, land ex
cursion tickets will be sold to points in
lowa, Minnesota and Dakota on the C
M. & St. P. railroad and also in points
in Dakota and Minnesota on the North
ern Pacific and the St. Paul.Minneapolis,
Manitoba and Minneapolis, St. Paul &
Sault Ste Marie railways. Also points in
Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado. Rate
for round trip one firstclass, one way
fare. Tickets good thirty days from
date of sale.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
All parties knowincr themselves in
debted to me will please call and settled.
F. J. Wagner, 414 Tenth streeL
A Cleveland man has just married
again the woman from whom he was
divorced ten years ago. Meantime he had
married a second wife and became a
The Crotn dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
A. D. Htiesing, real estate and insur
ance agent Office No. 1608 Second ave
nue, Rock Island.
Wanted Business men with small
capital; good business; large profits.
On exhibition at Market square.
Try the new Excelsior Bread made
only at the Vienna Steam Bakery, Dav
enport. Fr sale at Weverliauser &
Denkman's mill store. H. Korn.
Paid up stock in the Rock Island
Building association can now be had. A
chance to obtain six per cent on large
amounts or call. E. 11. Gcyeh, Sec'y.
The Roysl Insurance company, of Eng
land, has tie largest surplus of anv fire
insurance ompanv in the world. A. D.
Htiesing, ajjent, office No. 1608 Second
avenue, Ho-k Island.
Insure in the Boylston Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mass.. organized 187"'. As
sets nearly .l,(HH),Ooo. K. W. Hurst,
agent. Ofl.ce over Rx k Island National
xiern Hooxec Far Sals
On monthly installments by Ouyer A:
Bartb ft Babcock. Dentist.
No, 1724 Second avenue. SK-cial alten
lion paid to saving the natural lecih and
inserting te-'th without plates.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time,
with six pet cent per annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
To the Watch Tcwer.
Cars rue to Black lltwk's Watch
Tower eveiy thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons ami holidays, ami speiat
trains to accommodate picnic parlies.
Telephone t the street car barn to com
plete arrant ements for special trnins.
Surety on Bonds.
Those wloare required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to In-come their
sureties, or who may wislilo relieve
friends frori further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York.
(tentral Insurance Agent.
Rock Island, III.
The new Boston directory for 1S!,
just published, contains liw. !.": names,
as against l(-l,75:nameslaast year, show
ing an increase of only l.loo names.
The est on earth can trnlv be said of"
Ongg's Glycerine Salve, whi.-h is a sure.
sate ami speedy cure li.r cuts, t.rni.-es,
scalds, burns wounds and nil other s.tres-
V ill positively cure piles, letter and a'l
skin emotion. Trv this wonder u?ii
Satisfaction guaranteed or niom-j remind
ed. Only 55 cents. Sold bv dm.- .-i-ts
In spite of the fart tlint lneen Victoria
has had a lni; rciun she never uses an
Ti is powder n-ver var:es. A marvel of pnrlty
"eninn ana wboiestimeoess; more economy
"ii mr online ry amis, and cannot tie sold ny
CTimpetition wi h the multitude of low test, short
weight alum or phosphate powders. oty n
eaut. Rotl Iukin f-nwnin Co., IPS Wall IM
Wednesday and Thursday,
July 30, 31 and Aug. 1.
Admission 25 cents.
Game callel at 3:.W p. ni.
gPECIAL TAXATION NOTICE.
Notice Is hcTt'lir iriven to all iieron interested,
that the city c mncil of the city ot l k Island
having ordered hy ordinance pa-sed Mnv.'ii. IS--11,
that Berlin av line from the west line of the in
tersection of t onrteenth street, to the east hue
of the intersection of Twentieth street all l-inL-in
the rorjMira'e limits of the city of Hock lsT
and. be curbed with curbstone, excavated and
ti ailed, improved ai-J paved with pnvii hrii k,
and that a spec -! tax tic lev ied therefor.
Haid urdmuiK e for said Improvement is nn file
In me nflice of 1 he city clerk of the said city, and
said city has applied to the county court of Rock
Is and county. Illinois, for an assessment and
levy of the cos of said imiirovmeut upon and
from the lots and parts of lots and tracts of land
contiKiions to the line of said improvement, in
said ordinance ordered to he con-trui-let in
liropirtion to he fnmtat-e of such lots, parts of
lots, and tracts of land upon the improvement so
ordered to lie constructed as foresaid: anil an
assessment thereof haviiiir lieen made and relum
ed to said conn, the final hearinu thereun will Im
bad at the Nt vembcr term of said court, .m
mencing on tie-eleventh . ny uf Nnvi-mlwr A l
All persons d -sirinc may then and there appear
and make their defense.
Dated a- hoci. Island, Illinois, this twenty third
day of July, A. 1. 1n!.
V. M. Itl.ANniXt;.
M M A KCII MITT.
Estate of William Farrell, deceased.
The underaiiri ed haviuir been nniMiinieri admin.
istratriz of tie estate of William Farrcli lii
of the county oi Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby irives notice that she w ill apin-ar
before the roun y court of Rock Island county, at
the office of the clerk of said court, in the city of
nocK island, at the September term, on the first
Monday in September next, at which time all
persona hiving claims against said estate are no
tified and requested lo attend for tbe purpose of
having the same adiusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are reqnested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
IMled this ait 1 day of July, A. I). 1W
CATHERINE K. FARRELL,
itifffj has ci vru move,
sal aatiafurtinD in the
cure of Oonurrbiea and
lileet. J prescribe Hand
feel safe in rccoiiitueml-
IliY It to all sufVrers.
. J. mtom r. at.ii..
fold hr KnierLsK
Promptly and m atly executed by the Ab08 Job
epecial attention paid to Commercial work
f f I TO a D tTRAJ
GoanatMt at IBB
TTTANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO
nonwora in a small family. Address "G
WANTED FOH GENERAL HOUSEWORK
in a email family, a competent (rirl, to eo to
Chicago; references required. Address J. P. this
TTTAXTED RELIABLE iAiCAL AND TRAV-
v enng salesmen ; petitions remanent; spec
tal inducements niw; fast si lling specialties,
Don't ivlnv; salary from the start.
BROWN BROS.. Nurseryman, Chicago, 111.
AT V S l V NT U'lVTpn ... ...M... ,1
kJknown Nursery; good wafres paid every week.
Permanent employment guaranteed. Write at
om-e, oetore territory taken, statiue aire.
OH ASK BROS' CO, Chicago, 111
(J.M.HMISX-WB WISH A FEW MEN TO
our goods by sample to the wholes.-ile and
retail trade; on salary; largest manufacturers in
our line; inclose 2- stamp; Wages S3 per day;
permanent po iijon; money advanced for wages,
advertising. Etc. CENTENNIAL M'rii CO.,
J""" 11 t inctnnati, o,
AT'f.TKil.,-A.RI?NTH ,or "r XEW PATENT
lhs. : rw. , . r'. 'TJ 1".- weiKht Sim
e-t autril ui I ' V'"er-e"M'rl"ll. I1IRH-
itLl ""Iv,'r medal i t Vntetiiietl Kiixnifi.ni.
low,. u- " "'"""-lit hllxiiii-NS. Our prlcei
terriT.....'. '" '" 1"I- Kelllsl va
-...... inline iaie to.. liirlnrum, o.
C7C TO A MONTH CAN KB M ADE
workiiia for na; agents preferred who
can riimirh a horse and give their whole time to
ine iMisnieas; spare moments may he protilahlv
employed also; a few vacancies In towns and
cities. It F. JOHNSON A I'O., lorn Main St.,
V It. I'llaae st.ite are and business expe
rience Never mind about sending clamp for re
im,. r , ,i . a o. apt
A N EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To all want
.-..ui; employment, vt e want live, enenretic
i;ent in every CMllttv in th l'tiltH sffHt.. an.!
i .inaoa ici ,-n a patent article of s;reat merit, ON
i i s. .m r.i, 1 1 Anartnle hatinp no roiutx-tition.
ana on wnu n airent i protected in the cie'u-
ic sue ny n i t i:i,-n f,.r each and every conn
l he may secure fro n lis. Wllh all lllece advan.
inires to our agents, and the fact that It is an article
tlial can Im- sold to eery houa- owner, it niittht not
im-neces-ary to mike A N EXTRAORDINARY
. r r m, ill fi-curc 'io.l Mireikt- Ml on.-., lint w.
h ive concluded lo make it to show, not only our
. nnmience in ine uu-rits ot our invention, bnt in its
saian-.iii) ny any a-.-ent that will handle it with
energy. ' ll -sft-uus now at work irp mjtkinv
ioiii ti j" n't a mourn clear, and this fact
in.tke- it .-ie for us to make our offer to all who
art- out of employment. Any agent that will give
our huine-s a thirty Uhvs-trial and fil to clear
at lea-t flop in thi time, ahovr att. txrissRg,
nn i i i ii 1 1, iii iHi'iH un oin i,i us and we will re
fund the money paid for them. Xo such em
plover of airem-ever dan-d to make such offers.
nor oui,t we if .-d-d not know thai we have
ai-euiN , ow in ifc.ii s: more than oouhle ibis amount.
ur ian;i-iie-criptm-circular explain our offer
l-iiv. aiiintii-e we wih totcud to everyone out
oi empl jiiienl who wnl send n- three one cent
l.-iaL-o stamps rorpona-.'s. -.end al once and se
lire I lie nei-m-y in nine for the boom, and m in
w ork on t- terms named In our citranidinarr of -
ler. a Hires-at once. ational NotiutT Co.
Ml Nmithticld sit.,lHtti'burch, Pa.
OK UK A I. KTATE.
court of Rock 1-land cotintv. Illinois, made on the
petitioner Hit- underpinned. Abraham Merchant,
administrator of Hit- est tie of Margaret J. Sears,
deceased, f r lean- to seb the real estate of said
deceased, entered al the .Inly term. A. 1. I.SHH. of
aid court. lo- it : on the li.ih day of July, I
h ill on the 1.MI1 day t,f AiiL-,j-t i xt, at the hour
of o 1 lot k in the afternoon of said day. sell at
public sa'e. at ti.e Marvir.1 .1 ser boiuestat.
tei of Itlatk Hank's watch low. r. in said county.
Hie real estate ui s. ribed as folt, . lo-w it :
It. vii, 1. Mm al tin- renter corner of section 14
tonn-liip K 11. rili in ranyc 4 t-st of the iih p.
M ;tliein e east un Hie h.'ilf-'t-riion line li 21
chains ; ihenrv south al r-.-lit am lt s 8 chains to
II" k river: thence west with saitl river to a sint
where 1 he half sccin.11 hue runiiiiut north and
south thr iiv-h s.ai.l e,-t:t, mtrrset ta said
rier; Hume north on said half sec
tn in line to the north side of Tower street
in Hie town of Mars: thence south 6'.o s west
aloin: the north aide of -aid Tower street S !M
1 ban,-: tin tire north parallel with the half sec
lionhne nar. 7- 4o n. til chains; thence east
lMihaiii-toaisiinlon the half section line 110
f.-et south of saul Center corner; thence north raj
reel to Hie place ttf brginnlui:: excepting ao t re
serving thert from the lands heretofore oonvevrd
totheh'.K k Island I'otiou Manufacturing tiom
pany and also Hit- lands heretofore convevt-tl to
Richard Mansill .v Co.. by d,.,.,is recorded t-spec-Htelv
in Ivvk :n of deeds at.ai.v.-!:t.aiidht.k VJof
tleeii.s at tage .l.s ,.f t he r.-ror.ls of said K.ark Isl
and county, said tract conta mins ! l-i acres more
o: less; also lots 1, and 8 in hincktoin the town
of frs; als.. acred, sen Ned as follows, t.vw t
Itevitiiiini: .h sv, f,.,.t wt-stof the S section comer
on Hiet a-i -1. 1.- of the northwest quarter c f sec
tion M. lownstiip 17 nnr:h, ranje 2 west of the 4th
i M. rnntiili them esoittii 113 f,., t; thei.ee w.-.t
;t'l4 feet to Hie soiitht at roruerof the oltl grave
var.l: Hien't- north 1 1'. 1,-1-1 ; thence west p.tsfeei
thence wmih in feet to tin- souihwt-st comer of
the old grave ani: thence we-1 S feel; thence
north 24." feet to the -out;i line of Kodtnau's land :
tlienre easl -Jt;-l'4 r,.,-t ; Hi. net-south lit feel to
Hie place of iH niniiii.-. in Rock Island county.
Illinois, on the follow ing terms. 10 wit :
line haif in ca-h to h, paid on the confirmation
by Hie court ft the n port ot sale; the balance on
a cre.l.t .r months. 11. .- purchaser to tive his
not-at s )m r cent mi. rest w m approved setu
r.iv and i-.ii.rtj.-u.-e on Hie premises sold to secure
pa tllehl tilt reol.
Haled this lt.:h day of Jn'y. A. H. 1-J)
Administrator of tht-estate of Mari:arrt J Sears
Aiiik 1'i.i:aats. Attornt v
j ill v 17 dtw
TATF. iF II.I.NtUS
Iom k Island t'oiintv.
To the epteinl-r term. A. I 1-f-v of the Circuit
court In fhai o-rv .
F-.li.-ar l. K..r.-t Koi-.m and Iiridtiet ttroderick
rtimidainatils. y, .a7.arus Iaiw ry. Kmilv N
Lowrv, and Marshall Field. lx.rn7ot4. Wood
house. Joseph N Fielu, Harlow H. Higenrmt
tom. John . M. Williams, panners as Marshall
rield A In.. Albert A. StiriMiue, Otho S. S
spragne and Kzra J. Vt amer. partners as
!-prague. W arner .t Co., Clement Baine t Co..
...... ...a .-mi t onipaiiy, jonn a. t,owrv, de-
reiidaiits - Hilt to Forei
1'.. Hit also
named dt f.-ndant, the Winona Mill
A tli.lnvit t,f your lion residence tiavinc been Bled
I tlttt Omce Of tti rl-rk ... .
.....i.. : 1 -- " . let .111 r.ian.
notice is l.erel.y L-iv, n lo ibe Mm
Company, that the ats.ve named complainants
hate filed in said court their bill of complaint
atrainst 5011 on Hi.- t han, ery side if sa.2 court:
that a summons in ( hanct rv has been issued in
said cause against you letiimable to tbe next
term or said circuit court to be begun and b.dden
al Hit-curt house in the city id Rock 1-land in
said county, on the first Monday of September,
A I". lsfiU. at w hich tunc and place vou w ill ap
pearand plead, answer, or demnr to' said hill of
complaint, 'f ..u see tit.
Rock Island, 111. ..July is. A I). Jss.ii.
.Koii(.K W. UAMRLR,
Clerk of said Court.
owrysFY Wai kkii, Sd rs for complt s. dtw
STATK tF ll.I.INtiT-T- I
Rock Isi.aniiCoi nty. )
In the Circuit Court, September Term, A. D
I orneiiiis u. -mini ts. nie I tlkliowti Iui
Mason fitch, det eased In Chancery.
tlidavit thai the names of the unknown
of M .son Fitcii. the ah.n-e defendants, are nn
sim-wk. i.a.ui-: oeeii iiieo in me cierk s ortlee or
thecirruit conn of said covin v, totice is there
fore hereby given to Hu saitl defendants that the
1-.-. ....... .... ...s ...ii 01 eouipiaiuv in sam
court, on tut-chain t-rv side thereof, on the t"d
...... ... ...i1. nn. 1 1 list i Hereupon a summons
Issue. t mil of ssi, I rni.rt I....;.. :
' o oeieiu tHl SUll IS HOW
liei.d tug. returnable nn the tlrst Monday In tbe
,........ . p-,. in-At, as is ny iaw required.
Now, unless yon. Hie said defendants above
Iinmed. the unknown h. irs of Mason fitch, de
ceased, shall iersoiially i,e and apiear before
said circuit court on the first day of the next term
ll,..rM.f I.. L. I. ..1.1.,.. ... i'.i 1 . L
. jos 1, ismuu id aua lor
said com tv, on the tirt Monday in September
... ,..,.,, s n , 1 ,,r neniiir to ine said
eomplainani's bill of eomplaint. the same and the
ni-tlt.-rs ttlt.l Ho...... !...-... I. A . .
V . , .u , .miru aim ataiea
win ne taken as confessed, and a decree entered
o.s. trou ji.Tiiriins 10 ine prayer of said bill.
ivoi k j sianii. 111.. .iu'V.
iKl. W. tiAMHI.K I'l.-rlr ..(..lie......
1V1MIII l-I.KASANTs, Ctllilp! S Mll r.
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposa's wl'l be received at the office of
the Cily clerk, at R.iek Island. Ill , until o'clock
f.u. August 5th, lHx'.t. for digging treticb. fur
nishing ami laying a six-int U water main a fol
t'onimcn- ing at the m-tin on Fifth avenue and
Forty Tlif lb street, thence south to Seventh avenue,
west on S ventb avenue to Fortv-founh .tn-t-t
Ihenrv soutl Foity-fourth street to Eighth
avenue, thence west on F.ighth avenue to Forty
third street, thence soul lion Forty third street to
!iuui avenue ; also, one six-tucb Watergate at
Fifth avenue and Kortv-tifth street, five ifti cross
es, two Ts, three two way hydrants, pipes and Ts
to connect the same.
Scjiaraie bids will also be ret e ved for digging
the liencb on route above specined and back fill
the same, the city to furnish all the necessary
water pia. gates, valves, etc.
Plana and specifications can be seen on file at
the Clerk's oflic.e.
Hock Island, 111., July 19. 18S9.
BY ORDKK OF Til a COMMITTEE.
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will lie received at the office of
the City Clerk, at Rock Island, ill., until 6 o-ciock
p. Mjul tth, laNti, for the rilling aad grading of
Tim yards, more or less, of dirt; also, about 70
yards of stone, to fill the ditch on the north and
east side of school buntling No. 7, the work to be
done jointly by the city and school board. The
work to be under the Immediate supervision of
the superintendent of streets, subject to the ap
proval of the joint rt.inraittees.
Mpecmcatiouson tile at tbe City clerk's office
Rock Island. III . J uly 1. 188.
BY OKUEK Jul.NT COMMITTEE.
Successor to A
Shops Corner Nintk St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
fgjT'Second ITand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
J. B. ZIMMER
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. CiU and examine them and remem
ber that he makes hia units up In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
New Elm Street Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Sucressoi th Panqtianl A Urownor)
F LOUR AND FEED
He solicit a share of the
na t... 1........ rn 1 1
aa me- uirBi. leiepiione connections.
OIVB THR NEW
COa3TORTABLE and ELEGANT
For Sale by Leading Dealers.
HTd Selely ty VTZ. EAUEZS, Troy, 17. Y
J. M. HKAIinSLEY.
i TTOJ.NE Y AT I. w-Offlre with J. T. Ket
loru,y. lTi'i -.. i-il Aveimc.
V I I.I.I AM JA('KS0,
ATTORNEY AT . K Y. Office In R.K-k Isliml
SU. nl t.-uk iluililin?. K K k Island. III.
B. D. SWEFSKT. C. t. 1U1H.
SWEENEY Jfc WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AM) 0l NKI.I1i:s AT LAW
IMJicr 111 IW-i'ston's Mik-ic, Kick IsUud. 1H.
ATTORNEYS AT LW Wn mwron toot
security, m-iki-s inlU rti.i s. ft-ri-nre, Milch
ell & l.yndc. hiiiwirs.. oilhc iu I'n-tnaice block.
THE DAILY AKUUS.
FR SALE KVKKV KVKM.Ndsl (.Tsmplon
News Mi.u.1. Ficc-nts pt-r copy.
i). s. smn.EitAX,
ARCHITEtT AMM I K!iINTEPKNT.-Mln
OfBco l!ic 1,' ulli. Ohio: llnm h .,fll- nr..
PttsX N!i. n,..l HniW. Kis k Island. flJ ly
tT. Ll'hirs COTTACE HOSPITAL,
ON TIIini AVCM'S, h?tv..-cu Tfr.ih and
Klcvt-uth s:rt-it9. feb 14-tf
W?... 0. KULP, D, D. S,
OFKICE RKMOVKO TO
Ki iiisM S ( s;t
Tskf Klt-v.iTnr. !Y;;M'0KT. 1 A.
-ES TA HL1SH HI) 1 srr
w esi rccona --.ireei,
PAVENPOUT. - - IOWA.
-urti rK in
New Patterns Received Daily,
Prices Lower tlinn rvor before.
HAS PURCHASED TI1K
anil has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tyile solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
'MK.11VR WiCAkNi-.-it-.. ffiy-
t.HU.sU. II, Hit. n.'th'lu rurrenli -if
fell lUMtttlttlT Cf ,teir .'..(-lnt ii h
niauv r an utrn i-M i W ,.r-
mtttnujcurrdin thfwm--nthB fx tied r.n)tk- 4- Msi p
i3W S9 qk Ira a m m
III s- . meoioateo
Impvt-lw.lrniuuiLirtuit t.i.i. v MJMki.a M.
movcii all piurit, irt-riwkM auiijt- iionutat. Koc
in f-ini- by
s- r-imrr w. . aU7.
damson & Ruick,
Opp. Harper House,
DAILY III3 STOCK OF-
trade and will m.ake nrices na low
STORE A TRIAL.
-City Scavenger -
HAS INVESTED A
which does its work in a
-N?It UuToujLly purifu-s the air and
removes ail obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emit Koehler's
Price !0 cents per box.
Patent. Ca-t and Wrought
Cbeapeot Fence in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
8ucccsor to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
V Sit H F Vg Mi St
Wnrry rrxilnate "nd rae1iiHist or the Ont.irtn
Vtrlorv (Villi-p ; mrnihor of Montreal Vt-ti-r-Isary
Collofe, anil member of the Voter narv Mi-it-I1
Association, will treai nn the. latest anU moet
Sientiflc prinriiile all tlie ilisoasi-s nd almormal
C':!itHiiis of tbe domesticati'd aiiLna).
Uramlnulioiu, eonculialiou and mlvUe pneitlve.
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charpos modermtc In every rase.
Office, reeidi-nee and telephone call, ("oirmrr
Clal hotel, Kock Islaui. IU.
h 8 II
;(;) nn k
O O Ml N
H II i
H II It
fc-SSK II o
N N N
J. N N
N W N
g II O iJO N N N
2 " N N N
N N N
hsks ii mm
Skvkntkknth St., (upstairs.)
JUST RECEIVED, 100 TONS.
Best Boston Twine
aiul J. Also lmve
Half-aiul liulf, J and J.iuM
At Lomest Wholfsue Prices.
GEO. B. CARPENTER & CO.,
to COM II. u-r tit., f hlratso.
J. M. BUFORD,
T old Tin and Time-tried Companlca
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
iMMMlow iiMr Ritchie romun. eaa
or pa.ronaire U eollcite4.
I-er Office ta Arve block.
r rtlTO III atl-ri-n
'""-' k CO., lkmlaoi-taee, Mich.
rt i fill v
"SANTA CLAUS SOAP is the liest in the market for washing, scourin-, ,f ri, ;,,
scniMiing, &c. For sale ly all procers at 5c. a cake. s'
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Manufacturers, Chica? , '-.'.
I '. '
- y.- t
Ernhalming a Specialty.
No. Second avenue.
1 H 1
The finest earringes and buggies in
tlie city can lie had at any honr
of Hie dny or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
E. C. Hoppe
-To. 1SOS Second -A.v?.,
Rock Island, 111.
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on ph.'.:".
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth avo., KOCK ISL., N I. ILL.
Sfcond Avenue, opposite Usrper House. The choicest tnnuirtcd
"WINES AND LIQUOllS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a upccialty.
J. iVT. OHEI8TY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
Ak your Grocer for the
'pecUHlei: TkeCbriety "Onm
H. D. FOLSOM,
' B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. T, i T 1 A
and Seventh Avenue, : : KOCK Island-
tarAll Uad. of ArU.uc wtk .pec i.ltr. Ptal. Ind estimate, for .11 kind, of inilda-.
, "uu-cn, n0u-e
j . .manu near me
for my cause.
The Soap I come to speak about
is the Great Santa Claus.
Tis good for every punvJ
For which a soap is needed
And joy will brin2 ti
Who has wise counst
-nd spent a nickel, just to
What wonders it will do
To lighten labor, save expert
And make tilings bright ami now.
Cxiracl from rrcf. Sttafm's It
" Tht Moral hf.xtn.-t cf
DAVIS & CO,,
A comil't otock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, P.H;iri;,
Hose, Fire Brick. Eu.
-Sole Aefiit fur
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We F'!rn!-e ixery m,e Irferf. ,.. t; ..,., ...
1 wtiitjr ilij"s trial, to rtls-iisiM i irli. -. ' '
Safety Heating Boilers, and Cfrirac
tors for furnishing ;u;.l laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pij'e.
1712 Fikt Avk.,
Ro;k Is.'and, Illinois.
Telephone 114S. Kf'.-l-rc-t Tciei-tont-1(
CIs - OUGH.
Fioral Dt-siirns furnished.
Telephone No. 10;
I1UIUII AID BltCVITl.
Tfcey are best
tk Okrttty W1FS."
. ROOT ISLAND, IX
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Islan.1