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THE HOCK ISIiANI AKGUS; WEDNESDAY, AXTOUST 7, 1889.
Mi Dei KneU.
Uncontrollable Disruption in the
Republican Ranks Over the Dis
tribution of Patronage.
AN AXGRY WAIL FROM HANCOCK.
CoBKiTMman iimt Mtkri the threat -rut
Blander Yet la ri) month. ..An
Open Revolt r ISO Leading Kepab.
That W. II. Geat has been elected
to congress for the laat time in the Elev
.cnth congressional district is becoming
more apparent every day. There is not
a township in the whole district where
disaffection does not exist to some de
gree, ami in certain localities the feeling
has cropped out to sueli an extent that
the party managers have been powerless
to prevent an open revolt against the
congressman. The following letter, writ
ten by a prominent republican of Plym
outh, Hmooek county, discloses an ex
ceedingly rebellions state of afUirs, and
is virulent enough to make the lion. Mr.
Uet (juake in his shoes:
Plymouth, Ii.t... Aug. 5. You are
not aware perhaps that our community
has been in a light over the postollioe
here, and it being now decided, it has put
our congressman, V. II. (lest, in a box
which will ultimately result in hit tie
feat. The Marsh-and McClaughrey 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 your paper is strongly democratic.
I am glad to say I am strong that way at
the present time, and will not change.
Wc will support the democratic candi
date for congress in the Eleventh district
inlSJX) straight, and there will he over 150
of os who formerly were solid for (lest,
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 cite
Kens. I would like to write a history of this
fight to your paper, showing you the
discourtesy Mr. CJ showed the best citi
zens of our community; how he gave the
chairman of our county central commit
tee the colli shoulder, also the
chairman of St. Mary's township.
There were three applicants for our cilice
here, but the fight was between C. C.
Hamilton, a young man S3 years of age,
and business man who has spent his
ntire life in this place; a n an who was
supported by nearly allour business men,
a score of old soldiers and nearly the en
tire community, hut 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
has created a feeling which will beat
Oesl next fall, and we want the demo-
cratlc papers of the district to spread it
far and near. For the truth of my state
ment I refer you to I). M. Sapp, who was
a soldier three years, who is a republican
and has been all his life, but who will
work against Gest next fall. lie is also
chairman of our township central com
mittee. Another is Mr. J. A. B. Shippv,
who was republican candidate for county
school superintendent in McDonuuL'h
county two years ago, and who was prin
cipal of our public schools here fur seven
years. He is now chairman of the re
publican central committee in l.'tuioin
township, M( Donoiiuh county. II'! was
alsft an old soldier and not in favor of the
man nominated. I will also Tefer 7011 to
J. A. Wear, W. R. Phelps. Aaron Wood,
ward, Herman Whipple. S. S. Fox. J. II.
Baker, James II. Weir, John W. Hamil
ton, Jobnathan Roman, Thomas Ewing
and as many more as you desire.
A. M. Wai.ty.
P. S We are tre tn tny.
A riirrkrr 4 ante. t.
A three days' cheefct r contest began in
Molinc this afternoon. The American
checker rules w ill govern in the contest
which will be of much interest to all ex
perts in the game residing In tti is vicinity.
The following named persons have Hg
nified their intention of being present and
taking part: .Too. Larson und 'Squire
Anderson, of Galva. I). .1. Davis and It.
H. McKcighan, Toulon; A. W. Valen
tine, Rock Island; J. A. Evans, .1. Ow
ens, and II. Wood. Moline; and Mr.
Clough, of Genseo. Others are also
expected from Ottawa, Penna. Green
Valley, Henry, Lanark, Onaeseo, Haven
port and other places. ' v
i,ach contestaut will play six gnmes
with every other player. Three aessioL"
will be held each day. A prize of a fine
badge will be awarded to the gentleman
who secures the highest per rentage of
games during the tournament.
A rw ltoniital !e-d-it
It has become a ftct no longer to be
slighted that St. Luke's hospital must have
larger and more convenient quarters. It
is not likely that any difficulty would be
experienced in building were the ground
obtainable on which to build, and the
guild is in readiness 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 liest aiWpted to the usages and
purposes of the institution, and the guild
would be exceedingly happy to receive a
proposition from some of the land syndi
cates in the east part of town. The hos
pital Las become a permanent intuitu
tion of the locality and it should have a
new and conveniently designed building
for its own use.
Many of our citizens who are in the
habit of contributing to deserving enter
prise! can do no better deed than to aid
this worthy institution.
There is another "progtesslve" 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 bam
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
hours to play the game, and the writer is
not informed whether a second series was
Baiter Lata loan 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."
THE SIXTH IN CAMP..
News From the Soldier Eoys
Heater af the Omrem Battery I.
Arrive..-A Major to be Kleeted
HlAIH)FARTltll Cent INT A.,
Sixth kkoimbnt. 1. .
Camp Lincoln. rInrinL'fl.ld, 111., Au
ug. 8. )
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 Prof. , M. H. McCoy as
leader. As soonVi$'lhe men had got a
little rested the eolohel 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.
The roster of the officers of the regi
ment is as follows:
Colonel Wm. Clendenin, of Moline;
Lteutant Colonel I). J. Foster.of Prince
ton; Major E 1 ward Kittelson, of Mo
line; Major and Surgeon Charles C.
Carter, of Ruck Island; Captain and
Chaplain A. R Morgan, of Joliet; Cap
lain and Inspector Rifle Practice Wil
liam R. Young, of Monmouth; Captain
and Assistant Surgeon John C. Corbis,
of Mendota; Captain and Adjutant P.
Cana Simmons, of Moline; Quartermas
ter Lieutenant John M. Holt, of Moline.
The regiment is badly crippled in ofil
cers, there being vacancies in one major,
two first lieutenants and one second lieu
tenant. CON- OMMISSfONF.D STAFF.
Ordnance Sergeant RertE. Raymond.
Color Sergeant W. V. Stafford.
Quartermaster Sergeant James F.
- Chief Bugler J. K. Flyna.
' Acting Serireant Major Corporal
Frank Clendenin. company F.
Drum Major Sergeant Ed. Shields, of
Battery A, of Danville, arrived in camp
shortly before 7 o'clock last evening, with
fifty men and four Gatling guns. The
battery did not bring their rifled guns this
year, but will confine themselves wholly
10 practice witn tne (Jailing guns.
THK WORK FOR TIIK KKlllMENT.
It is the intention of the colonel to
plunge at once into the regular camp rou
tine. Battalion drill .will be performed
twice a day once at 6:40 a. m. and also
at 3 p. m.
Companies D and G will go on the rifle
range in the morning and K and A in the
afternoon. Captain William B. Young,
inspector of rifle practice, is not present,
but will arrive today or tomorrow.
Major Henry M. A bell, now of Minne
apolis, formerly of Ruck Island, recently
resigned, and an election wille held on
Saturday evening to fill his place.
The Rev. A. R. Morgan, chaplain of
the Joliet penitentiary, is the regimental
chaplain, ami will arrive at camo today
and will boldTeligious services next Sun
day. Mrs. Winters and two daughters, Clara
and Cora, and Mrs. Mansfield and daugh
ter Mahel, accompanied their husbands.
and will remain with the battery during
the week. 1 he wives of Capt. Channon
and Sergt. McDonald are the guests of
Company A. Soldier.
ICrrnritlnc the llic Innfrnment.
The Arucs exchanges are quoting the
time in which the circuit clerks have
transcribed the $150.000,0,0 mortgage
filed bp the Mffwaukee & St. Taul 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 finUhmenl
by minutes or hours was kept, but Mr.
Albert Johnson, deputy circuit clerk.
transcribed the mortgage in a good legi
ble hand in tbe spsce of thirty-four pages
in book of mortgages 47. in less than
three days, and within this time he at
tended to the ordinary duties of his 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 wilf place themselves
alongside of other counties when a test is
ni-UT In Ijimlun.
Tbe crop of travelers' tales is being liar
vested in some plac.-i. A Pittsburger, writ
ing from Ij union, details a little experience
in tluit. eity k hotel lif, winch seems worth
They wen- four in number, all Americans,
nnn inoy were having (turner in tue gor-
usly I uriiilnil cliiiiij2 room of the Hotel
uI.-,roMl.;. W'Len the soup was brought the
rittslmrger in tlio inrty asked the waiter to
Iinn sonw crackers.
"I'rf'g !iril..n," said tho waiter; "what did
you say, sirf '
"Crackers," replied tho Tittstiurger.
Tho waiter lnoked puzzled. tut walked off
mid dul not np ie.tr again near the table for
several minutes. Th soup was getting cold,
and the I'lttsburger called another waiter
and wilt him after the first with a renewed
injunction to bring some crackers. Another
minute or two passed, itnd theu both waiters
re-entered tho room with the stately head
waiter. They were engaged in earnest con
vernation for another minuto. At last the
waiter originally sent baxhfully approached
the Americans und laid liesido the I'itUburg
er's plate a pair of silver nutcrackers.
There was a general laugh, in which the
Pit.tsbiirger joined, when another member of
tho party said: "If you want crackers to eat
you must call them biscuits as long as you're
III tngland." Cor. Fittaburg Dispatch.
Infringing on Her KlghU.
Alfred (rapturously) Now, darling, please
name ttie liuppy day.
Minnie (blushingly) Three weeks from
next Thursday, Alfred.
XMoran iMirotign ine Keyhole) Av you
plaze, liiisR, that's me reglor day out. Yez'll
hare to git married iu the early part of the
wake. Chiengo Tribune.
Makes the lives of so many people mis
erable, and often leads 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 tbe stomach and other
organs, removes the faint feeling, creates
a good appetite, cures headache, and
ref rases tbe burdened mind. - Give
Hood's Sareaparilla a fair trial. It will
do you good .
' Tbe sword fish ought to have no diffi
culty m cutting a way for himself in this
Hay fever sufferers ought to know of
its efficacy. Uy s Cream Balm was re
commended to me as a preventive to bay
rever. Have been using it since the 9th
of August and have found it a specific
for that much dreaded disease. For ten
years I bave been a great sufferer from
August 9 till frost, and have tried many
alleged remedis, but Ely's Cream Balm
is tbe only preventive I bave ever found
F. B. Ainsworth, Publisher, Indian
TheCrowr dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, a now ready to furnish you
the best meal In the city (or 25 cents.
A. D. Hut ting, real estate and inaur
ance agent. . Office No. 1603 Second ave
nue. Rock la' and.
Buy Mercer county coal of E. B. Mc
Kown at bis new coal yard corner of
Fifteenth striet and First avenue.
A matched top (maple and ash) sewing
table 97 centii at the C. F. Adams' Home
Furnishing Bouse, 322 Brady street,
A full line of pillows, mattress spring,
comforts anl blankets, at the C. F.
Adams' Home Furnishing House, 322
Brady street. Davenport.
The Royal Insurance company, of Eng
land, has th largest surplus of any fire
insurance company in the world. A. D.
Huesing, agent, office No. 103 Second
avenue. Rock Island.
Insure in fie Bsjylston Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mass., organized 1872. As
sets nearly $1,000,000. E. W. Ilurst.
agent. Offlca over Rock Island National
You can't 1 lake money faster than by
watching our special bargain sales. Here
is one of tlem: A solid oak rocker,
mottled pliisL seat and top, $4.99. extra
good value at $7. The C. F. Adams'
Home Furnishing House, 332 Brady
We have on hand a lot of "Hercules
lemon squeezers" that we bought cheap,
also some "Sampson cork pullers," and
we propose to sell them at prices that
will surprise you. The C. F. Adams'
nome Furnishing House, 322 Brady
Modern House. For Bala
On monthly installments by Guyer &
Barth Babeock, Dentists.
No, 1724 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natural teeth and
inserting teeti without plates.
Fourteen d ry lots on four years time,
with six percent per annum, to any one
wishing to b lild this summer.
To the Watch Tcwer.
Cars run to Black Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and spcial
trains to accommodate picnic parties.
Telephone to the street car barn to com.
plete arrange nents for special trains.
Surety on Bonds.
Those who are required to give bonds
n positions f trust, and who desire to
avoid askint' friends to become their
sureties, or v ho may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should tpply to the agent of the
American Suretv Co., of New iork.
G neral Insurance Agent,
Rock Island, 111.
A small town near Morgantown, W
a., has an eccentric woman who wears
a different colored wig each day in the
8bakeB, Broiled and Drenched.
These are three participles of English
grammar. 1 hey are also the three suc
cessive conditions undergone every day,
every other day, or every third day, by
the unhappy wretch heedless enough to
allow fever aid ague to fasten its clutch
upon him. No need of it none. Hos
teller's Slnmich Bitters will and does
preserve lhoe who use it from every
type 01 malarial disease, whether inter
mittent or bilious remittent. For nearly
thirty-five yars it has been a profesr
sionally recognized specific for and pre
ventive of these tenacious maladies,
not only on our own soil, but in tropical
and rquatoriiil lands where the scourge is
prevalent at all seasons and in Us worst
forms. Biliousness, dyspepsia, rheu
matism. kidney complaint, nervousness
and debility are also ailments to the
complete rerioval of which the Bitters
long since demonstrated its adequacy.
James A. Gilbert, of Syracuse, recently
caught 160 lass in the St. Lawrence in
less than two hours, using only a rod and
K ew. About Town.
it is tbe ci rrent report about town
that Kemp's Balsam for the throat and
lungs is making some remarkable cures
with people wh,o are troubled with
coughs, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis
nd consumption. Any druggist will
give you a trial bottle free of cost. It is
guaranteed to relieve and cure. The
large bottles ire 50c and 1 .
In the purs lit of the gooa things of
'his world we. anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ty pleasures by delightful forelhoueht of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Ited Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, livjr, kidney and bladder
troubles. It s a perfect tonic, appetizer.
Mooa punuet, a sure cure for ague and
malarial dis ases. Price. fiO cents, of
Beware of 1 mitaf ion I. there l. only one
m. HmPHUHyH'SperirK. arenrtentinrallyand
carefully pr-j re.1 prw;riHJonn ; utted rorvuauiy
jvarn In prlvat nnu-t lv wilhuMHjtnd for over
thirty yenr. use 1 ly tbe people. Kvery HliiKle Hpe
citir I. a tiecta cure for (he dlceaite named.
Tlit-H SMM-ltlffl eure w ILbout dniKKlntr. pnrg
tn or reduiii(t the . Htetu. ainl art iu fwt and
di tbe.ovet eign remedie.ol the World.
UHT OF PRINCIPX NOO. CTHKK. PRICE.
I Kevrra, I ougtwttrm. Inflammation...
U Worm. Worm Kever, Worm Colic .
3 frying ollr.orTeeihlngof Infante .2-1
4 lliarrfar , of Children or Adult. ...
A Ityeentei-y, Griping, Uilkiu. LXUc. . .-.J
ti ( aolrrm nl orbHM. Vomiting
? ghn, Cold, broucbltl. Z-'i
H Neural a. Toothache. Facearbe . ,.J
H llr.iai l . 8li-k Meadaehe. Vertigo
10 Dyapeaaia. Billon. Hiotnaeh
11 Sunire..ed or Painful Prrluda.
1-1 XV fallen, coo Prof ue I'crlod.
13 ( reap. C nigh. Difficult Breathing ..
1 J Halt Ka am. Eryaliielaa, Eruptions.
13 KaeanatlNHi. Kheuiuatk- luliin
10 Fever au 1 Agoe, ChlllH, Malaria....
17 Filea, Bl nd or Bleeding
19 Catarrh.. Iuflueuu. Cold tn tbe Head
i YVaoepii g Cough. V loleut Cough..
Jl lb.hliiiv-1'hvHUI YVeaklieM.
'It Klilart Iliu-HM SO
'iH rservou. Itebility l.WO
!0 1 rlaary Weakneea, Wetting Bed. .SO
JUiaeaae af theHeart.FulpllaUou l.t
Hold by Prut gf.t. or aent poatpatd on receipt
richly bound tn cloth and gold, mailed free.
nee. LtH. riUurtlKKYn JJAnuAU tin iBKm
H a m pb reyo ' M ea icl ueCo.iiiK ruiton hi. n x.
S P E C I F I C S .
Corner Elm St., and BeyvJth Ave.
RUDOLPH HINCHER, Prop'tr
The Second Subscription Concert will
be held on
THURSDAY EVENING, AUO. 15.
C4The fin ist garden In the tri-cities.
; Electric Pe"ftHiMci,iionfi
or irbnwati. ju hoc tor
tlu pecinc.urH)tt, CailU. or
ttniXniw. mtlda MMrtlif nff vurrpnta ftf
urMiinimpfyWH miaow n nnr Hfiu, n-n oimi pi r
nwtMiitijeuniD torMBionUt-t- tW- ptphlat4c Mmi
Til Is powder never vanes. A marvel of purity,
Mientb and wholeaomeneas; more economy
thus tae ordinary find, ana cannot he eold by
competition witb tbe maUitnde of low tent, abort
weight alnm or pho.ph.te powder.. Hold emit n
en?. KovL B.aiaa Powdbb Co., HwWaUBl.
ALK OF REAL KeiTATE.
By virtue of n order and decree of the ConntT
court of Knck Island county, lllinei", mxrie on the
petition of the nnrierfiimed. Ahraliam Merchant,
administrator of the eolnteof Margaret J. Sear",
det eaned, f.r leave to nell the real estate of .aid
decea.ed, entered at the July term. A. I. 1SS9, of
.aid court, to-wit : n the itlih day of Jnlv, lHtt. I
Khitlt on the 1Mb dav of Aiignxt next, at the haar
of 2 o'clock in ihe afternoon of .aid day, sell at
pnhlic .ale, at the Margaret J Sear, home.tead,
wesi of Black Hawk', watch tower, in said county,
the real ctate described a. follow., to-wit :
Bcirinninii at the center corner of .ection 14,
town.hip 17 north, in range west of the 4lh H.
M. ; thence -a.t on the half-.ection line 14 21
hains: thence .outh at rtirht ancle. S chain, tn
Ko' k river; thence sent with .aid river to a noint
where the half section line running north and
.outh thn ngh .aid .ection intersect, .aid
river; thence north on .nid hall .ec
tion line to the north .iite of Tower street
n the town of Sears: thence miuih 9i o wei
along the north side of .aid Tower Hreet 2.S4
chains; thence north parallel with the half .cc-
lon line ivar. i5 1 1 6. til chain.: thence eat
19 chain, to a point on the balf section line MO
feet .outh of said center comer; thence north 80
feet to the place of beginning: excepting an t re
serving therefrom the land, heretofore convevrd
to the Rock Island Ootton Manufacturing Com
pany and also the land, heretofore conveyed to
Kicnara .wan.ill a La., by deed, recorded :e.iec-
tively in book .SA of deed at page 371, and book Wof
deed, at page VOS of the recora. of oiud Kock li-l-and
county, .aid tract containing 9 M acrei more
or lew; al.o lota 1, 4, ana S in block 10 in Ihe town
of Sears; also 1 acrede.crihed a. follow., to-wit:
Beginning Snsi feet west of the section comer
on tbeeaat ride of the northwext quarter of .ec
tion it. town. nip iv nonn, range 2 we.t or the 4ib
C M ninnlnr Ihi.nmbtnlh 114 f....t . .l,An-A .,..
3S feet to ihe Miulhea.t corner of Ine old grave
yard; thence north 11.1 feet ; thence we.t Ids feet;
thence south 113 feet to the Miiuhweat corner of
Ihe old grave yard ; thence wet Sli feet; thence
north 245 feel lo the south line of Rodman', land ;
thenre eaM JHit' feet ; thence south 132 feet to
the place of IwKinning. In Kovk Inland county.
Illinois, on the following terms, lo wit:
One-half in c!h to be paid on the confirmation
by ihe courl at the report of .ale; the balance on
a credit of 12 month., the purchaser to give bi.
note at S per cent interest with approved secu
rity and mortgage on the premise, .old to .ecure
nan a tni. itiiD day oi jnly. A. 1. 1SS9.
A. W KKCUANT.
Administrator of the estate of Margaret J. Sear.,
Ao.ir Pi.xa.ints, Attorney. tuly 17-dlw
1 " '
STATE OF II.LNOTS, )
Kocc island t'onnty,
To the September term, A. D. ls89 of the Circuit
court in Cbai.cery.
Edsar DeKore.t Fnlm and Bridget Rroderirk.
complainant., v.. Ijizam. Lowry. Kmily N.
lxiwry, "and Marshall Field. Lorenzo!!. Wood-
hoiiK, Joaeph N Field, Harlow H. Hieenbot-
tom. Jonn U. Mrw llliam.. partner, as Mamball
rieia a t.o.. Airn rt A. Sl.nuti.e, Olbo S. S.
Mirapue and Intra J. V arner. partner, a.
SpraRiie, arner 4 Co., Clement Baine Co.,
Winona Will Company, John H. Lowry, de
fendants Bill to Foreclose,
To the above named defendant, tbe Winona Mill
Affidavit of your non-re. idence havine been filed
in tne omce of ine elera of .aid circuit cun.
notice I. hereby jriven to ton. the Winona Mill
Company, that tbe above named complainant.
have tiled in .aid court their bill of complaint
aeain.t you on the cbauiery nde of .aid court;
no. pummon. in cnanrery na. neen ironed in
.aid cau.e atrain.l you tetiirnahle to the next
term of .aid circuit court lo tie besrnn and hotden
at the court honw in thecitv of KK'k Island In
.aid comity, on the first Monday of September,
A It. ism. at w lnrb time and place yon will ap
pearand plead, answer, or demur to raid bill of
complaint, if yon see nt.
Kock Island, 111., Jnlv S3. A. D. 1HS9
tiKoKGK W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of said Court.
Pwa-ENir A Walker. Sol'rs for complt'a. d4
state of Illinois, i
Kikk IkusuCountt, f'-
In the Circuit Court, September Term, A. D. 1889.
Cornelius II. Smith v.. the t nkuown heir, of
Maw in Filch, deceased In Chancery.
A flldavit that the name, of the unknown heir.
of Mifon Fitcb, the above defendant., are nu-
anown. navine oeen n ed In me clerk , onire of
the circuit court of Mid county, t.otice is there-
lore nereoy Riven to tbe .aid defendant, that the
complainant filed bi. bill of comulaint in .aid
court, on tbe chancery .Ide thereof, on tbe Sd
oay m amy. and that thereupon a rummon.
oi aia conn, wnerem a.iu suit i. now
luiait,matullan the r.t Mondav in the
inotiLB or September next, lt by law rqnird.
jww, iiiiies. you. tne .aid defendant, above
named, the unknown heir of Man ritch.de-
ceaiied, .hall personally be and aptiear before
.aid circuit conrt on the first dav of the next term
thereof, to be boldenat Koi k I. land in and for
mid county, on the first Monday in Scptemlicr
next, and plead, an.wer or demnr to the .aid
complainant . bill of complaint, tbe same and the
matter, and thing, therein charged and slated
will be taken a. confessed, and a decree entered
as.in.t you according to the prayer of .aid bill.
Kock Island. 111., July, SS, 1.
HF.O. W. GAMRLIC. Clerk of sni I Conrt
Ai)il I'Lia.aKTs, Couipt'. Sol'r. d4w
Estate of William Farrell, decea.ed.
The nnder.irned having heen aptMiinted admin
istratrix of tbe estate of William Farrell. late
of the county of Rock Island, slat of Illinois, de-
ceaseu, nereoy give, notice that .be will appea
before the county court of Kock Island county, at
the office of the clerk of .aid court, in tbe city of
Kock Island, at the September term, on the first
Monday in September next, at which time all
persona naving claim, against .aid estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All person, indebted
to .aid estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to tne undersigned.
Iated this 20th day of July, A. D. 1889.
CATUEKINh. K. FAKKKLL.
-Saturday and Sunday,
Aug. 1C, 17 and 18.
Admission 25 cents.
Game called at 3:90 p. m.
HAS ntVENTEF 4
i.i ),..., 1 .i 1 . .1- '
which does its work in a
0lt thoroughly pnrifiea the air and
remoyea all obnoxious amella.
For sale at Emil Eoehler's
Price 50 centa per box.
J. B. ZIMMERs
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up in tlie latest styles.
HIS PRICES AEE LOW.
New El0- Stree Grocery
GEO. . BROWNER,
(Successor th Danqtiard & Browner)
F LOUR AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will m.ikft Tiripps ns low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW
W. A.. GUTHRIE,
(Successor to ?ulhrie A Collins,)
Contractor and Builder,
IIOCK ISLAND. ILL.
USTMans and estimates rurnifhed. A specialty made of line work All orders attended to
promptly and sal if net ion vnar-uileed.
OtHet! and Shop No. 1818 Third Avnus-
WATKI RKLIABI.K 1X10AL AXDTItAV
eluiK .ale.men; (mnition. eniianent; .pec
ial tnducementa n.w; fast .riling .perialtie..
Uon'l delay; .alary from the .Utrt.
bkow ?i BKOS., Nur.n rymen, Chicago, 111.
SALESMEN VK WISH A FEW MEN TO
.ell our Rood, by .ample to the wtmle.ale and
retail trade; on .alary; large.t manufacturer. In
our line; inclo.e3c .tamp; Wae. $a per day;
permanent po iiion; mouev adv. need for wae,
adverti.ing, Ktc. CBNTKNM.M. M K-1 C.,
Jonot' ciuciiinali, O.
"VrASTK.nAOENTS 'or our SKW TATKXT
ill. . ,rr- ro..f Safes; st,o -i,X; wrlKl.t fell
lha. : retail nriivtLV ..than. tn ...
est award isilver me1al l'eni..i,,,i,.i
Kare rham-e : nerinatit-tit lu..i.i..
loa-est. We are inn li. il. i t-.-I .7
territory Kiven. Alplue jste Co.. cin'.-lnnatl.'o.
l7pr TO 5 A TJoNTlI CAN BK 1HADK
P I J workinir for u; airenia preferretl who
ran furniKh a horse and gixe their who o time to
the buainew; vpare momenta n-ay be protilah y
employed also; a few raranciea in towna and
riliea. B. r. JUll.SON & fo , 1lln9 M:iln St.,
In. B. Pleaae Mate ace and biiaioes expe
rience ever mind about rending lamp for re
ply. B. K. J . Co. aid 4m
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFKR-To all want
Inc employment. We want live, enemetir
asi nti- in every county in the tfnited iSlateo and
'anatia lo wii a patent article of irreat merit, on
ITS MERITS. A u article having no comnetitinii
and on which the agent in protected in lheetc'.a-
nve aalc by a deed iven for each and every coun
ty be may Kecnre from uk. With all these advan
tages to our acenta. and the fact that it is an article
that can be sold to every house owner, it might not
oe necessary to mate AN EXTRAORDINARY
OFFhR" to secure eood agents at once, hut we
hae concluded U make it to show, not onlv oar
confidence In the merits of our invention, hut "in its
saiau'.uty ny any agent that will handle it with
energy. n genla now at work are making
from H50 to$A a mouth clear, and this fact
makes it safe for us to make our offer to all w ho
are out of employment. Any agent that wligive
our business a thirty days trial and f.il to clear
at least Sum in ibis time, above aix kicpknsrs.
can return all gooil unsold to us and we will re
fund the money paid for them. No such em
ployerof agents ever dared to make such ffcr-j,
nor would we if we did not know that we have
agent now maklee more than uoul le this amount.
Our large descriptive circulars en. lain our ollrr
rnliy, and these we wish to send to everyone oi l
ufempl yuient w ho will send us three one cent
postage stamps for postage. Send at once and se
cure tbe agency tn time for the boom, and go io
work on tbe terms named In our extraotdinary of
fer. Address at once. National Novkltt Co.
fU bmilbflcWI St..l'ittshurL'h, Pa.
COarTORTABUQ and ELEGAtrr
For Sain by Leading Dealers.
U'fd Solely Ij W2L EAEX22, Troy.N.T
J. yi. ItEAItDSLEV,
a TfORNKY AT LAW Office with J. T.
Lwortliy, 1735 Second Arenno.
ATTOR5KY AT I. AW. OfBca In Rock Island
NatiouiVi Bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
. D. IWEKRBT. O. L. WIUII,
SWEENEY & WALKElt,
ATTORNEYS AND COUN8BLLOR9 AT LAW
Office in Benirvton's Muck. R-xJk Uland. III.
ITTORNKYS AT LW Ixjan money on oo4
ileecnntT. makes co ection
ii s lynae, bankers.
Offlra la Povtofflca block.
THE DAILY AlUil'S.
1JOR 8ALK EVERY KVENINO at Crampton'a
iTKRY KVBNINO all
Five eenta per copy.
a new stand.
D. S. SM1UKEM1N,
RCHITWT A N l SUPK RI NTKK DENT. M atn
flofflca ( uic.ni atu. unto; Brandt
Pirat National Bank, Rock Inland.
ST. LUKE'S C0TTAUE HOSPITAL.
AW THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
WM, 0. KULP, D. D. S,
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms M, ST, tH and S3,
Take Elevator. DAVKNrORT, IA.
Imimrt lYiUiiuit tnuifti&ren-y u thwukln. Re-
I more A)i pimple. frvklit und dimt-loratutiw. Fir
IsaI by ail 0n-vltadnir9hM,orouulcKi fur t0 etc
PEERLESS DYES best
tor ULAL& HTOC'KDiUS.
l 40 Calnrs ikat net I her
Omut, Wah Out Nr faee.
Sold by Srngfljta. Also
Pcerlea. Bronze Painta 6 colon.
Peerlesa laundry Bluinir.
Peerleaa Ink Powder. 7 color.
Peerlem Shoe & Harnea. Dresaiag-.
Peerlea. Egg l)ytt g colon.
BigO basgiveu nnlv.i.
sal aatlsfactKin In tbe
cure of Oonorrhir-a anil
lileet. I preacrilie it and
feel safe In reooiuniend-
ji H it to all eafferen.
r Datir. Ill
Rold by OragclaU.
yOwnalMl in .1
f , aaaalkrtoara.
T 1 1 t
Opp. Harper House,
DAILY HIS STOCK OP-
STOKE A TRIAL.
west pecona otreei,
DAVENPOHT. - - IOH'A.
New Patterns Received Daily.
Pricrs Lower than ever before.
Patpnt, Cast aDd Wrought
Cheapcet Fence iu Ibe world for resi
! nee and lota.
Made r.ny height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
Bncc ssor lo Geo. Downing, Jr.,
J. M. BUFORD,
Tbe old Fir aid Time tried Companies
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
m aa low as any rellible iminr ca
Vonr patronage la soileiKd.
HTOJIm la Aivaa block.
V. S H F. V. M. S,
HWBorary pTaduate nd mednlllat of the Ontario
Veterinary follcxe; member of Montreal Vetei
l.ry Collcpe, and mcmherof the Veter nary Med
blal Afoctxtln, will treal on the lateet and moet
acientmc pnm tpleii all the dl!eaie and abnormal
condition of Ihe domesticated aiil naie.
Kcamlnationi, roumiltation and advice po.lltve
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charee moderate In every caae.
OfHee, residence and telephone rail. n5tner
Clal hotel. Rock Island, lit.
HAS PURCHASED TUE
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
t3FIIe solicits tbo trade long ergoyed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
NH N 8888
KN N 8 S
Sit N 8
M N 8888
N N N 8
N N N I
N ,KN 8 8
If UN 8888
Skvkntkkitth St., (up stairs.)
BIUMI Si ., EalaaiuM, H trh.
may M fennd an
! at GEO. P.
-MOW SU. ACQ'S
Kawapavn Aornnin, BirauO',ra .Brmw
etraet), vtwre adrer- fr"1 lfflMk"T ,
taA tot at ia I
Even More Necessary than aTFamily UmbrclhT"
Is Gold Dust Washing Powder. Why? Hecausc ifs mailed
fill a want, and does what it's made for. Cheaper than the h-. , .
FOUR POUNDS FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENT:T
Less than ONE-HALF the price of other Washing Iv.wd, r--.. ,!nd
yet it is Pure as the purest. For cleaning, scouring, scruLbin i
is unexcelled. All Grocers keep it.
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.. Chicago.
CLOUGH & CULTON,
TWL IU e-xJt-Yjr '' ' - " ' L "-1 J . I 1 1 i i i ma .
Embalming a Specialty.
No. 1805 Second avenue.
The finest carriages and buggies in
the city can be had at any honr
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
F. C. HOPPS,
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and ertiop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK I ST. AN 1 , ILT
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES AKD LIQTJOKS
Imported and Key
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
ABOraOTVBIB Of CZACXMI AMU BItCf ITS.
Ask your Oroeer for tmu. They are best.
-rKlaltua: TheChrlaty 'TRn aMtteOUUty "Wins."
' " ' - RfCC ISLANH.
H. D. FOLSOM
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor eind. Biailclen
Office and Shop Comer Seventeenth Bt . . T?lr Tcl.md.
and Seventh Avenue, ! ' IvOCK lSiau"
fcAU kinds of Artistic work a epecialt- Plane and estimate for aU kind of boildinf"
DAVIS & CO, !
A complete flock of
Pipe, Braea Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc.
Sole Aeititd for
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We pnarantee every or.e perfect, an will aend 'i:;-.
Twenty day'a trial, lo rt'HiotiMlile jiartit -.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Coritrac
tors for fnmishing and laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avk.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Teletnone 1148. Residence Teleibone uo.
Floral Designs furnished.
Telephone No. 100S
Rock Islojid, 111.
West Cigars, a specialty.
1707 Second avenue, Rock Islam!