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THE HOCK ISLAND AliGUS; WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1889.
GesYs 'led Knell:
Uncontrollable Disruption in the
Republican Ranks Over the Dis
tribution of Patronage.
A3 AXtiRT WAIL FROM HANCOCK.
Csagr reaman itt Makra the.rrat
Blander Yet ia riyataath An
Opm Kevalt or ISO l.ealtas Kepab-Ilraaa.
THE SIXTH IN CAMP..
News From the Soldier toys
K)trr mt tne omcera Hatterr I.
Arrive A Major te be Kleete4-
That W. II. Gent has been elected
to congress for the last time in the Elev
.cnth congressional district is becoming
more apparent every day. There is not
a township in the whold district where
disaffection docs not exist to some de
uree. and in certain localities the feeling
baa cropped out to such an extent that
the party manairfra have been powerless
to prevent an open revolt against the
congressman. The following letter, writ
ten hy a prominent republican of Plym
outh, Hanooek county, discloses an ex
ceediogly rebellions slate of afftir. and
is virulent enoiurh to make the lion. Mr.
tteit quake in his sluws:
E.libir A Kail:
1!.tmoi'TH, Iix., Au-. 5. You are
not aware perhaps that our community
baa been in a tisjht over the iumtortiiie
here, and it bring now decided, il has put
our congressman, W. 11. (Jest, in a lx
which will ultimatelv result in his de
feat. The Marsh -and MrClaughrey fac
tion started out in this place eight years
ago and spread throughout the whole
district, but this trouble now is far more
serious than that. I understand the poli
tics of vour paper is strongly democratic.
I am glad to say I am strong that way t
the present time, and will not change
We will support the democratic candi
date for congress in the Eleventh district
in 1990 straight, and there will be over 150
of as who formerly were solid for Heat,
but who now will never support him
again, and who will work against him
and use money freely. They are men of
influence and wealth and our best citi
I would like to write a history of this
fight to your paper, showing you the
discourtesy Mr. U showed the best citi
tens of our community; how he gave the
chairman of our county central commit
tee the cold shoulder, also the
chairman of St. Mary's township.
There were three applicants for our oflice
here, but the fight was between C. C.
Hamilton, a young man 32 years of age.
and a business man who has spent his
entire life n this place; a man who was
supported by nearly all our business men,
a score of old soldiers and nearly the en
tire community, but was put aside for a
man who was a soldier only a short while.
and who was a disgrace to the ones who
wore the blue and was not respected by
the people here. I assure you that this
is not written in the heat of passion, but
after a calm survey of the situation, and
haa created a feeling which will beat
tiest next fall, and we want the demo
craikc papers of the il stru t to spread it
far and near. For the truth of my state
meat I refer you to D. M. Sipp, who was
a soldier three year, who is a republican
and has been all his life, but who will
work against uest next fall, tie is also
chairman of our township central com'
mil tee. Another is Mr. J. A. B. Shippy,
who waa republican candidate for county
school superintendent in McDonougb
county two years ago, and who was prin
cipal of our public schools here for seven
years. He is now chairman of the re-
publican central committee in Htumn
township, McUonouuh county, lit waa
alsfl an old soldier and not in favor of the
man nominated. I will also refer you to
J A. Wear, W. li. Fhelps. Aaron Wood
ward, Herman Whipple. S. S. Fox. J. II
Baker, James II. Weir, John W. Hamil
ton, Jobnatban Boman, Thomas Ewlog
and as many more as you desire
A. M. Walty
P. S We are rre to tiy.
HtADqrAiimt tVpST A..
hn.H KaniHBNT. 1. N. 4).
CaraD Lincoln. Sprinirtt. M, 11L, Aug. t. S
The Sixth regiment under command of
Col. Wm. Clendenin. of Moline, arrived
in Springfield at 1:30 yesterday after
noon with four hundred men in the ranks.
The regiment was accompanied by the
Monmouth band, containing eighteen
pieces, with IYof . , M. H. McCoy as
leader. As soon"a"the men had got a
little rested the colonel took them out on
the parade ground and put them through
the battalion drill. After supper dress
parade was gone through, Lieutant-Col-onel
Foster receiving the parade.
1 he roster ot the officers of the regi
ment is as follows:
Colonel Wm. Clendenin. of Moline:
Lieutant Colonel 1. J. Foater.of Prince
ton; Major Hi ward Kitteison. of Mo-
ine; Major and Surgeon Charles C.
tarter, of K.x-k Island; Captain and
Chaplain .V. K Morgan, of Joliet; Cap
tain ana inspector ititlb Practice Wil-
lam It. oung. of Monmouth: Captain
ami Assistant !urgeon John C. Corbis,
f Mendota; Captain and Adjutant P,
Cana Simmons, of Moline: Quartermas
ter Lieutenant John M. Holt, of Moline
The regiment is badly crippled in offl-
er, there tteiug vacancies in one major.
wo nrst lieutenants and one second lieu
Ordnance Sergeant Bert E. Kaymond.
Color Sergeant W. V. Stafford.
Otiarlerraaster Sergeant James F.
Chief Bugler J. K. Flyna.
Acting Senreant Maj.ir Corporal
r rang, uiemlenin. company r .
Prum Major Sergeant Ed. Shields, of
Battery A. of Danville, arrived in camp
"hortly before 7 o'clock last evening, with
tifty men and four Catling guns. The
battery did not bring their rifled guns this
year, tint will conhne themselves wholly
to practice with the uatling guns.
THE WORK FOR TUB KKU1MENT.
It is the intention of the colonel to
plunge at once into the regular camp rou
tine. Battalion drill .will he performed
twice a day once at 6:40 a. m. and also
at d p. m.
Companies D and 0 will go on the rifle
range in the morning and E anil A in the
afternoon. Captain William B. Young.
inspector of rifle practice, is not present.
but will arrive today or tomorrow.
Major Henry M. Abtll, now of Minne
apolis, formerly of Kock Island, recently
resigned, and an election will held on
Saturday evening to Bll his place.
The Ktv. A. It. Morgan, chaplain of
the Joliet penitentiary, is the resrimental
chaplain, and will arrive at camp today
and will hold religious services next Sun-
Mrs. Winters and two daughters. Clara
and Cora, and Mrs. Mansfield and daugh
ter Mabel, accompanied their husbands.
and will remain with the battery during
the weefe. The wives of Capt. Channon
and Sergt. McDonald are the guests of
Company A. Soldier.
The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue. It now ready to furnish jou
the best meal m we city ior za cents.
A.. D. Hueiing. real estate and Insure
ance agent Jfflce Wo. 1608 Second ave
nue. Rock 1st una.
Buy Mercer county coal of E. B. Mc-
Kown at bis new coal yard corner of
Fifteenth street and First avenue.
A matched '.op (maple and ash) sewing
table 97 cents at the C. F. Adams' Home
Furnishing House, 333 Brady street.
A full li ne of pillows, mattress springs.
comforts and blankets, at the C. K.
Adams' Home Furnlshinz House. 322
Brady street, Davenport.
The Royal Iasurance company, of Eng
land, has the largest surplus of any fire
insurance con pan v in the world. A. U.
Uuesing, age it, office No. 1603 Second
avenue. Kock Island.
Insure in the Buylston Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mi.ss.. organized. 1872. As
sets nearly 1. 000, 000. E. W. Hurst,
agent. Office oyer Rock Island National
You can't n ake money faster than by
watching our special bargain sales. Here
is one of th -ui: A solid oak rocker,
mottled plush seat and top, $4 99. extra
good value it 7. The C. F. Adams'
Home Furni.-hing House, 322 Brady
We have oa hand a lot of "Hercules
lemon squecrsrs" that we bought cheap,
also some "Simpson cork pullers," and
we propose to sell them at price that
will surprise vou. The C. F. Adams'
Home Furni-hing House, 322 llrady
Modi.ra Hoomi For Bala
On month!'? installments by Ouyer &
Banh Babeock, Dentins.
No, 1724 Secrnd avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natural eeth 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 in Watch Tewer.
Cars run to Black Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and spcial
trains to acommodate picnic parties.
Telephone to the street car barn to com
plete arrangements fur special trains.
8 irety oa Bonds.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or w 10 may wish to relieve
friends from f irther obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Sur -tv Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent.
Kock Island, CI.
A raiall to'vn near Morgantown, W.
Ya., has an e acentric woman who wears
a different colored wig each day in the
Opp. Harper House,
-IS RECEIVING DAILY HIS STOCK OF-
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he mates his suits up in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES AEE LOW.
Tl la nowder never variaa. A marvel of parity.
tientt and wholeKomenees; mora econoa
taaa the ordinary find, and cannot be aold 1
competition wita the multitude of lowteet. abort
weivbt alnm or phoeiikate powders. Hold onif : a
mm. RoyL Bahkh PowDa Co., li WaU
New Eim Sreet Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor th Danquard & Browner)
FLOUR AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will mnk nrira as low
r.tV the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
ALK OF REAL KeSTATE.
11 y Tirtne of an order and decree of tbe ConnlT
rourtof Kvk Island roaoir, lllinoi. nivln ontke
petillon of the undersigned. Abraham Merchant,
admiiiitrUirof the estate of .Margaret J. 8ear,
dereaned, fr leave to sell thereat esLate of aajd
A t kerbrr otct.
A three dajs' chectf r contest began in
Moline this afternoon. The American
checker rules will govern in the contest
which will be of much interest to all ex
perts in the game residing in this vicinity
The following named persons have frig'
nified their intention of being present and
taking part: J no. Larson and 'Jvjuire
Anderson, of Galva; D. J. Davis and It
H. MoKeigban. Toulon; A. V. Valen
tine. Rock Island; J. A. Lvans, J. Ow
ens, and II. Wood, Moline; and Mr
Clougb, of Geneseo. Others are alio
expected from Ottawa, Peoria, Green
Valley, Henry, Lanark, Geneseo, Daven
port and other places.
Each contestant will piny six gtm:
with every other player. Three session
will be held each day. A prize of a fine
badge will be awarded to the gentleman
who secures the highest per cpntage of
games during the tournament.
. r llotilal Needed
It has become a fnct no longer to be
Blighted that St. Luke's hospital must have
larger and more convenient quarters. It
la not likely that any difficulty would be
experienced in building were the ground
obtainable on which to build, and the
guild is in readinees to receive and con
sider any donations that may be offered
in the way of land. A site as nearly be
tween the two cities as it could be located
would be best adavpted to the usages and
purposes of the institution, and the guild
would be exceedingly happv to receive a
proposition from some of the land syndi
cates in the east part of town. The hos
pital ha become a permanent institu
tion of the locality and it should have a
new and conveniently designed building
for its own use.
Many of our cil'zns who are in the
habit of contributing to deserving enter
prises can do no better deed than to aid
this worthy institution.
There is another "progiessive" fad
A Jacksonville exchange says: "A de
cided novelty was the progressive ham
mock party given Tuesday evening by the
Misses McFarland at Oak Lawn. The
company was small and select, being
limited to six couples, for whom ham
mocks were provided. Twenty minutes
were allowed each gentleman with each
lady, and at the ringing of the bell he
progressed to the next. It required two
bours to play the game, and the writer ia
not informed whether a second series waa
BatUr Lata lban Haver!
"Don't put off until tomorrow- what
can and should be done today," is wise.
If you have never used Sozodont for
your teeth, make a bee line to the drug
gist and get a bottle and begin to use it
at once. "Verb, sap."
Keenr-Mns I he His lanlrBBieajC.
The Akihs exchanges are quoting the
time in which the circuit clerks have
transcribed the $150. 000.0. 0 mortiraae
filed bp the Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
road. The latest and best record comes
from Whiteside county. The document
contained 14 000 words, and the paper
which brags on the work says it was re
corded in twenty hours actual time, and
thirty-nine pages were used to spread the
document on the mortgage book.
This same document was filed in this
county, as has been heretofore noted
No time of commencement or finishment
by minutes or bours was kept, but Mr.
Ai bert Johnson, deputy circuit clerk.
transcribed the mortgage in a good legi
ble band in the spire of thirty-four pases
in book of mortgages 47. in less than
three days, and within this time be at
tended to the ordinary duties of bis posi
tion 14.000 words is a small matter in
this county. The boys who look after
this kind of work do not advertise what
they can do, but wilt place themselves
alongside of other counties when a test is
I RkH.fr. in Ivmlon.
Thocriipof traveler,' tales U being bar
vested in n mie pl:u'!-. A I itt-burger, writ
ing from London, details a Uttle experience
inthateitvs hot.-l hf winch seetna worth
T'ney wer four in nuiul-r, all Americans.
and they were having dinner in the gor
-e.usiy fm-iiilicil dining room of the Hot
jl.'ropole. When the wup was brought the
!'itt-biirgr in tlin party uskeil the waiter to
tiring some criK-ui-rs.
'"IS pird-.n," slid tuo waiter; "what di
you say, sir?-'
'Crackers." replii-d tin? rittsburwr.
The waiter looked puzleil. but walked off
and did not appear agaiu near the table for
several mi n urea. Tilt) soup was getting cold.
and th l'itt.-buryer called another waiter
and wut him after the. first with a reuewe.
injunction to bring some crackers. Another
minute or two pa.-stii, and then both waiters
re-entered tlio room with the stately head
waiter. They wero engaged in earnest con
versation for another minute. At last the
waiter originally sent hnnhfully approuched
the Americans and laid ltdta the 1'itUonrg
er h plate a pair of silver nutcrackers.
Therx was a general laugh, in which the
Piibtbtirgcr joined, when another member of
tha party tsoid: "If you want cracker to eat
you I. last call them biwuits ax long as you're
lit England. " Cor. rittsburg Dispatch.
Infringing oa Her Right.
Alfred (rapturously) Now, darling, please
name the happy day.
Minnie (bluhhingly) Three weeks from
next Tbnrwlay, Alfred.
Jiorah (through the keyhole) Av you
plaze, ml.-, that's me reglar day out. Tez'U
have to git married in the early part of the
wake. Chicago Tribune.
Makes the lives of so many people mis
erable, and often Ieada to self-destruc
tion. We know of no remedy for dys
pepsia more successful than Hood s Bar
saparilla. It acts gently, yet surely and
efficiently, tones the stomach and other
organs, removes the faint feeling, creates
a good appetite, cures headache, and
refreses the burdened mind. - Give
Hood's Sarsaparilla a fair trial. It will
do yoa good.
The sword fish ought to have no di Cir
cuity in cutting a way for himself in this
Hay fever sufferers ought to know of
its efficacy. July's Cream Balm was re
commended to me as a preventive to bay
fever. . Have been using it since the 9ih
of August and have found it a specific
for that much dreaded disease. For ten
years I have been a great sufferer from
August 9 till frost, and have tried many
alleged remedies, but Ely's Cream Balm
is the only preventive I have ever found
P. B. Ainsworth, Publisher, Indian
Bbaken. Broiled and Drenc&ed.
These are three participles of English
grammar. Tt ey are also the three suc
cessive condi ions undergone every day,
every other d iy, or every third day. by
the unhappy wretch heedless enough to
allow fever and ague to fasten its clutch
upon him. No need of it none. His
tetter's Stoma -h Bitters will and does
preserve those who use it from every
type of malarial disease, whether inter
mittent or bill jus remittent. For nearly
thirty-five yeirs it has been a profesr
sionaliy recot nized specific for and pre
ventive of these tenacious maladies,
not only ou oi.r own soil, but in tropical
and f quatorial lands where the scourge is
prevalent at a I seasons and in its worst
forms. Biliousness, dyspepsia, rheu
matism. kidney complaint, nervousness
and debility are also ailments to the
complete removal of which the Bitters
long since demonstrated its adequacy.
James A. Gilbert, of Syracuse, recently
caught 100 bt-ss in the Mt. Lawrence in
less than two hours, using only a rod and
Htwa About Town.
It is the cut rent report about town
that Kemp's Balsam for the Jhroat and
lungs is makir g some remarkable cures
with people who are troubled with
coughs, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis
and consumption. Anv druggist will
give you a trial bottle free of cost. It is
guaranteed to relieve and cure. The
large bottles are 50c and $1.
xhll nn the 15th day of Auuat uext. at tbe tmur
of 2 o clock ID the arternoon or nam day, sen at
public sale, at the Margaret J Sears homestead,
west of Black Hawk's watch tower, in aaid county,
the real estate described as follows, to-wit:
Beeinninit at the center corner of section 14,
township 17 north, in moire west of the 4th V.
M. : thence eaet on the half-section line 13 SI
hains; thence south atrhrht ancles S chains to
Kiy k nver; thence west with said river to a point
where the half section line running north and
sou lb thn ui:h said section intersect said
river; thence north on said half sec
tion line to the north side of Tower street
a the town of Sears: tbence south 69V o west
loint the north side of said Tower street 2 !M
hams; tn- nee north parallel with the half sec
online ivar. 7 40) 8 1 chains: thence east
19 chains to a point on the half section line MO
feet south of said center coruer; thence north rl)
feet to the place of beginning: excepting an I re
serving therefrom the lauds heretofore conveyed
to the Kock Island Cotton Manufacturing Com-
anr and also the lands heretofore conveyed to
ttu-aara naiism jl to., by ai-etls recorded ;eper-
ttvely in book Mot deed at page:i71. and book 59of
deeils at page .tjo ol the records of said Kock Isl
and comity, said tract containing 9.60 acre more
or less; also lots 1, a, and a in block 1(1 in the town
f Sears; also 1 acre described as follows, to-w-t:
Beginning S-t feel west of the section corner
on the east rideor the northwest quarter of sec
tion li. townatnp it nortr-, range 2 west of the 41 h
e. M. runtime thence south 113 feet; thence west
:ftV feet to the southeast comer of the old grave
yard: thence north IM feet; thence west lite feet:
hence south lid feet to the southwest corner of
he old grave yard ; thence we t 3 feet: thence
north 45 feet to the south line of Rodman's land;
Ihenre east -Jtitl1 feet ; thent-e south 1:1.1 feet to
he place of tiegiiining. In Kock Island county.
Illinois, on the following terms, io -wit:
One-haJf in cah to be Daid on the confirmation
by the court ef the report of sale; the balance on
a credit of i mouths, tbe purchaser to give his
note at 8 per cent interest with approved secu
rity and mortgage on tne premises sold to secure
Dated this loth day of July. A. I. 13.
i A. Xa-KCHANT.
Administrator of the estate of Margaret J. Sears.
Anaia Pleasaxts, Attorney. iuly 17-dtw
In the pursu t of the goo-i things of
nis world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the hetj-t and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' lied Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, live, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer.
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price, "0 rents, of
Btviri ef Imitation i, thnra ts only ana
Dr. H i ph ttiCT-' .srw-irn -4 art lent ill tul I y ami
raf-rnlly pr-iim-rt prni'ilonn ; ue ftir-nuuiy
yini In private! r;u f let ithuHt?t4ncifrovT-r
thirty t vnr .irMl ry taptpi. fcvry niiiirlt
Ctrl' lia'awiis-tal urv rr in dbteacie naim-at.
Th- Nist-a'irtrs fur tUiHJt tiniiwtnir. fmnr
tn 'r rwItM'lun l m uvsu-m. ttiul ar lu twt anil
thttftttveretii" rt-mediraeUke World.
ujir nrminrii am. cthioi.
I Kevrra, i ii-tion. inniunmarmn
.J 11 ..n.. tt ,,rm Vmvrr. orm Olltc
t mm nil,-. orTii-lhlnif of Infants
i lliarrbra. of ( hllilren or Adults ... ,t:
lltH-mrtl , unpiDK, niiKnii.uiit..
i 4 balers Ki erba. Voniltu 'J-l
7 4 th-, 0 4.1, broucbUM
S Nraralsjla, Tuothoi-he, 'a--eaehe
H iisadarira. hh-kMeadaolie. Vertlno
H KbPinatUm. Htorumatli- Fain....
IH Fcfrr ami A arv IiHIh, llalana
fill-, Hlin t or HieMiini
I I U h.i
1.1 I reap. Cut vn, lirneuH BrrathlnK
I I salt Kkria.
1 y PHm. filln 1 r HkHHllnif
l lalarrk. loOwun. C.ld In the Head
iU Whaerint ( oak, th.fe-utComiha.
21 lii-nrril bllity .1 hyulcal WesJtuo
V klim llluaas
iH NervaaaltebHitv - 1.4t
:i I rlaary V-'eakaean. Wetting Bed. .5i
Hold by Dnurgl . or sent postpaid an receipt
ricbly bound In elotn and kohi, maiiea
AL. I44 parnO
HaibryeMI4irle4'.U) Fulton Bt.M V
SPEC I F I C S .
Corner Elm St, and Seventh Ave.
The Second Hubscription Concert will
ba held on
THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 15.
kWThe fines: garden In the tri-cities.
riUfc thm W MfB4)VKl
l sri a; cm e
Or Klrb v Mviatk! hr
fnr fsrin- I"!? iimiasj. mitil. iHMMtHng etorrt-Hti off
torn Hmraw tL7e
y to i ONitk i4 V ir..tvuB Srr-rriy h . AJtfetne
Os.-fFt. uuumly or t... iu tsm in uik
Imoru.rmra huvcx Ail oLMr brite. WunawtHi.
BiiwntiramimaBuMHji. Mm aimrftM4r Mama
W. A.. GrTJTHRtE,
(Successor to Guthrie Co'Iins.)
Contractor and Builder,
ROCS ISLAND, ILL.
(VPIans and estimate's furnished, a specialty made of fine work All orders attended to
promptly and satisfaction fin&rmteed.
Office and Shop No. 1813 Third Avenue-
WANTSD RELIABI.K LOCAL AND TUAV
ehns salesmeu : positions rermajient: sim-c-
ial inducementa niw; f.tst sellini' siwcialties.
Don't delay; salary frm the start.
BKUS BKOS., N arserymen, rhicago. 111.
SALESMEN W'E WISH A FEW MEN T
sell ourioods by sample to the wholesale and
retail trsde; on salarv : largest manufacturers in
our line; inclose -Jo stamp; Waes $:) per d.tv;
permanent po uion; niouer adv-nced for waires,
advertising. Etc. C'BNTKNMAi. MTU CO.,
juno t. (lucinnatu O.
STATE OF ILLNOIS, (
noca tsianu i.onnty,
To tbe September term, A. D. 1SS9 of the Circuit
court In Chat-eery.
E-iirar Di' Forest Polsom and Bridget Broderick,
complainants. y Lazarus Lowy. Emily N
Lowry, "and Marshall Field. LorenoU Wood-
house. Joseph N Field, Harlow H. Uifenbot-
Mm. John (i. MrW illiams, partners as Marshal
rieia a. t.o.. Alien A. pnucr.e, otao s. s
Sprague and Ezra J. Vt arner. partners a
Siiraijue. Warner A Co., Clement Baine X Co
Winona Mill Company, John il. Lowry, de
fendanta Bill to Foreclose,
To the above named dtfendant, the Winona Mill
cm pan :
Affidavit of your non-residence having been filed
in the omce or tbe clerk of said circuit coon,
notice is hereby sriven tt you. the Winona Mill
Company, that the above named complainants
nave nied in said court their bill of complaint
utainst you on the cbauiery side of said court;
in.iL a summons in cnanrrry nas Deen issued in
said cause airainst yoa returnable to the next
term of said circuit court to be besrnn and b.dden
at the court bonse in the city of Kork Island In
sain county, on the first Monday of September,
A u. imw. at wnirn time and place you will ap
pearand plead, answer, or demur to said bill of
complaint, if you see fit.
Kock island. III., Julv93. A D.
UEOKUE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of said Court.
rwmir A Walker. Sol'rs forcompll's. d4w
TV-ANTEn-AOEXTS) foronr NFW PATENT
, ' V 1-ire-Pro.if Safes : nizf -isxltls; Height Siu
lbs.: retail pncea: m hem In proportion. Hurli
u silver niwlnl Centeniiil Kxpositmn.
Hare cnam-e : peruian. nt husinesn. imr pr-.-
lowmt. We are u..l in the sare issd. Kirltve
lerntory Kivru. Alpiue safe Co..ciu.-inuaU. Ol
drC TO S)54 A MONTH CAN BE MADE
P f - working for as; Bk'en'S preferred who
can furnish a horse and give their who e time to
the business ; spare moments ir-ay be pnnLab'y
employed also; a few vacancies in towns and
cities. B. F. JOUNSON A i . tin M:itn St..
N. B. Flease stale aee and busi ness expe
rience ever mind about sending stamp for re
ply. B. F. J. A Co. al 4-ia
state of Illinois, i
Kock IslastuCouxtt. f
tn the Circntt Court, September Term, A. D. 1SS9.
Cornelias H. Smith vs. the t'nkuown heirs of
Min Fith. deceased In Chancery.
ffldavit that the names of the unknown heir
ofMison Fitch, tbe above defendants, are un
known, navtnir been filed In the clerk s oftVe of I
the circuit court of said conntv. r.otice Is there
fore hereby lven to the said defendants that the
complainant filed his bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on tbe 5 Id
day of July. 1 , and tuat thereupon a summons
issneuoiii oi saia court, wnerein saia suit is now
pu i.numiiHaiai im nrst Momlar In the I
OKintB ur HeptemhCT asit, as I. ay Uw niw4, I
rMiw, unless you. tne saia aeienuants aaove
named, the nnknown tapirs of M i-.ii r itch, de
ceased, shall personally be and appear before
said circuit court on (he first dav ot the next term
thereof, to be boldenat Kin k island in and for
aid county, on the first Monday in September
next, anil pieaai. answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same and tbe
matters ana things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
agsiust you according to the prayer ot said bill
kock i-ianu. in., jiiiy. -a.
UKO. W. OAMBLK. Clerk of s:ii I Conrt.
Adiih Pleasants, Compt's Sol'r. d4w
A N EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To all want
XVln:; employment. We wint live, enerjetir
agents in every countv in tbe I'ntted States and
Canada to sell a patent article of great nient, N
HSMbKUS. An article haviuguo competition,
and on which the agent is protected in the exclu
sive sale by a deed tiven for each and everv coun
ty he may secure from ns. With all these 'advan
tages to our agents, and the fact that it is an article
that ran be sold to every house owner, it might not
be necessary to make "AN EXTRAORDINARY
OFFKR" to secure good agents at once, but we
have concluded to make it to show, not only our
conddeuce in the merits of our inveution, but in its
saiaoiliiy ny any agent tnat wi l handle it with
energy. u ugents now at work are making
from S150 toS'lXl a mouth clear, and this fact
makes it safe for us to make our offer to all who
are ontof employment. Anv ageta that wli give
our business a thirty days' trial and f .il to clear
at least S UW in this time, above ai l KxrENsEs.
can return all goods unsold to us and e will re
fund tbe money paid for them. No snt h em
ployerof agents ever dared to make such t ITers,
nor would we if we did noi know that we bnv'e
agents cow makli g more than uou' le this amount.
Our large descriptive ctrrolars exidain our oiler
fully, and these we wish to send to everyone oi;t
of em pi ymenl who will send us three one cent
postage stamps for postage. Send at once aud se
cure tbe agencv in time for the boom, and go to
work on the terms named In our extraordinary of
fer. Address at once. National Noveltt Co.
&14 Smilhtleld St.. Pittshurth, Pa.
w est second street,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
PE ALEE IS
New Patterns Re-ceiv-rvl Dailv.
Prices Lnwer than ever before.
Even More Necessary than a Family Umbrella
Is Gold Dust Washing Powder. Why? Because it's m.i.!e j5
fill a want, and does what it's made for. Cheaper than the h . t
FOUR POUNDS FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS '
Less than ONE-HALF the price of other Washing Povj. ,-.r. j
yet it is Pure as the purest. For cleaning, scouring, scruLb.r..- -j
is unexcelled. All Grocers keep it.
N. K. FAIRBANK 8c CO., Chicago.
f y e ''i-ri
DAVIS & CO,
Aiomr'.cte stock of
Pipe, Erass Goods, Parkin,
Hose, FLre Brick. Etc.
Sole Aeents fur
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We grarante errr rre perferf. sn wsll r,.'. 4
Ttcty day's Lnai, lo responr.hie part-.
Safety Heating Boilers, ami C retrac
tors for farniahins? anl laving
Water, Gas and Sew er Pi .
1712 Fikst Avk.,
Rock Is.'and, Illinois.
Te'sphone :!4S. Re;iienee Telei hoD KC.
CLOTJGH & CTJLTON.
. f?H rfiu. Aa i
COMFORTABLE and ELECAS
For Sals by Leading Centers.
HTd S0I0I7 j W3L EASEIS, Troy, IT. 7
L worthy, I7i& Stictintl Avenuu '
ITTORSKT AT LAW-1fflre with J. T. Eea-
Kftateof William Farrell. deceaseil.
The nnileraiifneit havinir nvrn apmnnlril a lmln-
Istratrix of the estate of William Parrel', lute
of the count v of Ruck Island, state of Illinois, de
feased, hereby (rives notice that she will appear
Derorr me county conrt or kock Island county, at
the oiftce of the clerk of said court, io the city of
Mix It Island, at the September torm. on the Brut
Monday in September next, at which time all
persona havinit claims against said estate are no
tilled and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same ad lusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to tne anuersiamed.
bated this -Alt h day of July, A. D. 1fW9.
CATHEKlNh. K. FA K HULL.
WILLI A ft JUKS0,
ATTCRKT AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank Building, It.nrk Island, 111.
ratfnt. Cast and Wrought
Cheapen Fnoe iu tbe wi:r!-l for resi
1 nee aii-t lot.
Made r.ny height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
Bncci ssor to Geo. Downinif, Jr
J. M. BUFORD,
Tae old Fire a--d Ttmn-trled Cooipaniea
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
mi M ww any rvM-thl? orrjriay
Vour HWironnre U onctt!.
lTOfflf la Arv biociu
A I -ia- -tJa"r-. ' 3 iit JF W
Embalming a Specially.
No. 1805 Second avenne.
Floral Desisms furnieheil.
Telephone No. 1008
a. o. immr. clviuil
SWEESET A WILKEIt,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Omce in Beomton's Mock. Kxk Island, 111.
ATTORNKY3 AT LW I-oans money on innt
security, makes collections. Reference, Mitch
all A Lynde, banker. tlB. s In Po?tottlce block.
THE DAILY AlUil'S.
rSKV KVKNINQ at I
ffe oents per copy.
D. S. Si IIUllEWIN,
RrHITWr ANOSITKRINTKSDKNT Mam
fl office (. 'incur, at u. Ohio; Bmm'h
JXIB 8ALK EVKKV KVKNINQ at Crampton'a
a News Slaoil.
V. S., H F. V.M. S.
norarr rrsiluate tnd medallist of the Ontario
eterlnarv Nil'Ke; member of Montreal Veter
inary Col!:e. and member of the Veter nary Med
ia I Assotristlon, wil! treat on the latest and nuwt
aclenttHc pricrlples all the disease and abnormal
condition of the domesticated ant tala.
Rramlnatiors, consultation and advice positive
ly free. '
Calls Promptly attended to.
Chanrea moderate tn every case,
twice, residence and telephone call, mmr
Cial hotel, K. k leUud. III.
nrst National Bank. Kock Island.
8T. LCKE COTTAUE HOSPITAL,
nv THIRD AVRNCK, between Tenth and
Saturday and Sunday,
Aug. 16, 17 and 18.
Admission 25 cents.
Game called at 3:80 p. m.
-City Scavenger -
HAS nrVKNTKD A , .
which does its work in
WM, 0. KULP, D. D. S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
ST, trt and .
DiVENl'OBT. I A.
rImbaM4iUiJUittriaiuaaun4 y u (iMflkin. ft-
Imerwm all pimptt(i( rrrwklft suhI diMt)lr.uu8. Fr
Mai hf mil Qrvaft-vlt UnirtTa' or oMulea for fit ettv
Id tamps by
For BLACK STOCKING.
Mate l 4a ftlsrs ikat elker
, eaaai, Waak Um Nerra.de.
Sold bf Draggiata. Also
Peerless Broiue Paints 6 colon.
Peerless Laundry Dluinc.
Peerleas Ink Powders j colors.
Peerless Shoe A Harness Dressing-.
Peerless Egf byes colors.
taflt thoroughly pnrifiea the air and
remores ail obnoztous smells.
For sale at Emit Koehler'a
Price BO cents per box.
I Bit; O haa givru nnlvei-
Ilai satisfaction in tha
enre of llonorrhir-a and
tileet. I prescribe it and
-r 'T-tySlajil ata It to all aafferera.
' PRICE, St.M.
Rold by Drassiala.
f O oTB!yal
fa ssMaw.it a sf
HA3 PURCHASED THE
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tSTLTe solicits the trade long enjoyed
by hia predecessor and aa many new
customers aa wish to favor him with
ASSH II QUO Mt If R88S
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88S8 IIO NUN 8888
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Skventkenth St., (up stairs.)
r-i.iiJBiaa:Bi ai'i-w'Bk. No areeioaa ane
nnenre reijmren. wnu Tor terms. I 4K
UHACiU e vm., aValaawM. Mlekw
The finest carriages and buggies ia
the city can be had at any honr
of the day or night.
L. 6. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
F. C. Hoppe,
oS"o. 1SOB Second
Rock Islo-nd, 111.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
AUkinda of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on li.-rt
notice and saustaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth are., ROCK 1SLAN l ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES AJSTD XjIQTJOHS
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
ABUTACTTEIB 0V OliCUU ilO BIKaTITaV
Ask your Grocetr for tkaav Tkey ara beat.
VapactalUaa: Taa Chrlaty TtTSB mt UM Okftoty "Wim."
; 1 RKX I9LA!n. TTX.
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Islarul
my Da fMmd aa
flie at GEO. P.
Kswararza Aovmaenaiaav Bvasao- t Spraaa
fcuettl, wbsr adve
ttanti anatrawa aa
aa asaaW tat It
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Bmilclon
Plana asd estimates for all kinJe of buildim?
Offlca and Shop Corner Seventeenth St.
. and Seventh Avenue.
"All kin da of ArUatic work a special tv.
ranuaaad oa aotuicatuaa.