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THE "ROCK ISJjANU AllGUS. THUltSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1889.
AT CAMP LINCOLN.
The Hlxth KeclmeBt .ettlnc Tastea
f miliary L,ire-..i Honpltal m.
eera rreaeat Rifle rraetiee.
HiitxjfABTiM Commit A, )
hixTH Koiit, I. N. G ,
Camn Lincoln. rinrinirfleld. 111.. Ann. 7.
The weather was fine Tuesday and the
camp routine at Camp Lincoln passed off
without a bitch. Dress parade was the
principal feature of the duy, and was re
ceived by Col. Clendenin. Company E
pracucea an me range in the forenoon
and company D in the afternoon. The
shooting was very good.
As the surgeon, assistant surgeon and
hospital steward are all absent, - Capt.
Louis Brechcniio, U. 8. A,., assumed the
rtuues or camp surgeon and organized a
hospital corps, which he has since been
instructing in the litter and ambulance
drill. The health of the men la very
goon, mere Ming but a few cases of bowel
trouble. Monday night was so cool thai
many of the men contracted slight colds.
In the afternoon battery A practiced.
ior the first time. tu new mounted Gat
ling gun drill, and did very well, consid
ering that the drill was something entirely
new to tbem. Tomorrow they will prob
ably go 011 the range with the Callings,
using bull cartridges in practice.
Col. Phocion Howard was a battery
guest and took dinner with Capt. Win
ter. Col. J. II. Rurally, of the Fifth regi
ment, visited llio ennip last evening and
witnessed dress parade.
uomimnies u and A will practice on
Hie rule range today.
Col. Clendenin is a cousin of Postmas
ter Clendenin, of Springfield.
Capt. William B. Young, of Monmouth,
inspector of rifle practice, arrived yester
Mr. II. D. Mack, freight agent of the
St. Louis division of the "Q ," who has
been a camp guest of Company A. re
turned yesterday to his home in Rock
One hundred and thirty letters and pos
tal cards were written during the first
twenty-four hours' encampment. The
boys of the Sixth intend to let folks know
what they are doing.
Company A's detail for guard duty the
first day were: Lieut. Wm. Stewart, of
ficer of the guard. Privates Rttumback,
Pettit and UN"eil.
The weather is lovely, and all the boys
Company A go to the rifle range to
morrow morning, and expect to carry off
There are nine companies in the Sixth
regiment, ami about five hundred men in
Company A s guard detail for today
consisted or my ales i;. uiakesley, Jaa.
Battles, A. Cameron, C. S. Case.
Private Blakeslcy was reported the neat
est man in the regiment today, and was,
therefore detailed as the colonel's orderly.
All the officers have taken a fancy to
uur rancy (J a, names 1
Private II. Detjens is detailed on the
hospital department. His duty is to
help carry the boys off the parade ground
wiiru iney lainv.
The l. M. C. A. meetings are being
well attended. Last evening was the
largest meeting that they have had during
any encampment yet held.
Dress parade takes place at 7 d. m.
every evening, and is witnessed by thous
ands of visitors.
II promises to be a v ry busy week in
camp. The orders are for two battalion
drills, guard mount, dress parade, and
company drill each day. Soi.dikr.
Reynolds, Aug. 7.
The A. O. U. W. order are to institue a
lodce here on the 15th inst.
Mr. Albert Asouith baa obtained a
position as clerk in the store of Brayton
Mr. T. M. Smith, the genial station
agent of the II. I. & P. railway, leaves
lor his home at Bishop Hill for a week's
Mr. John Boney, owner of the Com
mercial hotel, experts soon to make
needed improvements on lis building,
such as porches, painting, etc.
Fred Clark, our real estate agenl.leaves
on Thursday with a party for southern
Minnesota, to show up" the valuable
lands he has for sale in that legion.
Mr. J. M. Walker, our lumber mer
chant and his wife, left for Rhode Island
yesterday, being called there by a tele
gram announcing the death of his son-in-law
Rev. J. II. Riason, of the M. E.
church, left town for a week's visit wilh
his sister in Springfield, Ills., who expects
to leave soon for California for ber
The board or school directors has re
employed M. rv v.m7., i
principal, and Miss Oletha J. Muse, of
Milan, assistant, who will begin school
on Sept. 1. They are able teachers and
give better satisfaction than any teachers
we have had for some time.
The Reynolds bank is doing a profit,
able and increasing business. Has money
to loan on long or short time; pays four
percent interest on time certificates, at
tends to collections promptly, and does a
general banking business.
'enrgr Hallou Hirnnir Ipjary.
Mr. Oeorge II. Hallou. for many years
city editor of the Davenport Democrat,
and during that time recoguized as the
liveliest in Iowa, hut who recently was
obliged to give up his position because of
illness, had a remarkable experience
while In the Uuion service during the
war. He was shot through the lungs aj
the battle of Wilson's Creek, the bullet
entering his breast and coming out of bis
back. He was brought from the battle
field in an ambulance to Springfield, Mo.,
and there put in the hospital, as it was
supposed to die. On learning that the
Union army was in retreat to Rola, he
got up fiom his cot and hurried after the
retreating forces and had strength enough
left to catch up with the rear, when he
was put in the wagon and brought home,
then at Dubuque. Through his won
derful vital force he survived his deadly
wound, but that no doubt is one of the
causes of his present illness. His case
was one of the most remarkable that hap
pened during the war.
Hews About Town.
It is the current report about town
that Kemp's Balsam for the throat and
lungs is making some remarkable cures
with people who are troubled with
coughs, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis
and consumption. Any druggist will
give you a trial bottle free of cost,
guaranteed to relieve and cure,
large bottles arc 50c and SI .
Scran ton has a christian science or
faith cure society numbering 125 mem
bers, which holds services every Sunday
Baitar lata than Raver!
"Don't put off until tomorrow what
ran and should lie 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."
Michael Poet is the republican candi
date for coroner in Blair county, Penni
Joslin, Aug. 7.
Campe: are frequently coming to en
joy the salubrious climate of Joslin and
John Osborn boasts of being college-
bred, therefore he can afford to call bis
There is a vast amount of grass that
has been oversowed and sanded, which
has been made worthless for hay.
John Osborn says, "talk is cheap, but
it takes money to buy whisky." Has
John been trying to get some ontick?
On Saturday last the Red Caps went to
Rock Island to play ball, but the weather
was not suitable, therefore they bad a
John Donnahoo. who fell from his
barn, a distance of eighteen feet, is recov
ering slowly, but it is not supposed be
will ever be the man be was.
On Friday last Mrs. John Searl pre
sented her husband with a fine girl baby
which weighed 9 pounds. We noticed
a peculiar smile upon John's counten
yuite a number of farm residences are
being built in our neighborhood. Mr
Swmni has his completed, Mr. Adams'
and Mr. Shcppard's are approaching com
Charlie Blackman fell a distance of
thirty feet from the top of a hay barn,
which is in course of erection on his
father's premises. Fortunately no bones
There is a heavy crop of blackberries
this year. A large number of farmers
from the bottoms are picking on the
bluffs and paying two cents and a half
If there is one place on the face of the
earth where the Australian system
of voting ought to be adopted, that
place is Zuma. Rock Island county. Illi
nois. U. S. A.
John Osborn says, "no dispute was
ever settled by newspaper assertion." and
yet John is continually disputing in the
newspapers; consequently John never
Mrs. Blackman and daughter Daisy.
were out black berrying and on returning
home the team ran away with tbem twice.
The buggy was upset and the seat broken.
but the occupants luckily escaped with a
few scratches and bruises.
Mr. A. tl. Brewster wilh his family are
spending the heated term upon his farm
in the suburbs. He drives to town in his
bugtry. There is nothing beats putting
on a little style.
The Rev. McCord said in his sermon on
Sunday last, "if George Washington was
living today, what do you suppose he
would think of the way partisan politics
are run? lea indeed, what would
George have thought had he been at Jos
lin on July 16. when the polls were
When our first report of the election at
Joslin appeared in print, John Osborn
professed to be very indignant and claimed
that the election bad been conducted in
lawful manner, and that the polls bad
been closed on time, and that tbey could
tack it up by proof. Hut in bis last he
has shifted ground somewhat and claims
now that they are not going to be gov
ernea euner by Homeopathic time or
standard railway, but it is to be settled by
true time according to the meridian of
Joslin, which is a virtual admission that
the polls were closed before 7 o'clock by
standard railroad time. It is an old say
ing that "a drowning man will catah
at a straw." and in attempting to prove
mat the polls were not closed before
o'clock by true time from the meridian of
josun, J odd usnoyi simply "jumps out
or meirying pan into the hie. " Stand
ard railroad time for this locality is true
time upon the meridian which runs
through Prophetstown, and which runs
about ten miles east of Joslin; therefore
any ten-year old backwoods school boy
would leu you John that when it was
noon by standard railway time it wants
34 seconds and 56 hundredths of being
noon upon the meridian of Joslin.
When the polls were closed, therefore,
on July 16th, two minutes before 7 by
standard railway time, tbey were closed
two minutes, thirty four seconds and fifty-six
hundredths before 7 by true tirr.e
upon the meridian of Joslin. Now.
John, you pays your "money, take your
choice." Which will you have? In con
clusion I would say, that I have not the
least doubt that if there was any admis
sion on the part of the judges that they
did any great wrong in closing the polls
so hastily, that these three men. who
were so wrongfully prevented from vot
ing, would be willing to look over the
matter and say no more about it. "To
forgive is divine." The thief upon the
cross was forgiven; but then be did not
glory in his shame he showed some
signs of repentance.
Mdltcm in Parvo.
Thft fliiiHl Chaplain f the h..m.
Rev. lir. Millmiu, ttao cbapluiu of the
house of representatives, is a blind man. Ho
hax Iwen blind from childhood, but a uuin of
more distinguished apK-arance cannot be
found iu congress Ho U-ars a striking ap
pearance to Governor Gordon. Tu blind
chaplain, as lie is usually called, is au invet
eruto Kiuoker. Ho ami kra a dozen or more
strung cigars daily and ia seldom tieeu with
out one Ix'lweeu his Iijw. Him daughter leads
him to the Capitol eucb morning ulxiut 11
o'clock, Olid from that hour until noon he sit
iu the reception room smoking while Mi.
Mil burn rea Is to him the morning papers.
Whenever anything is read which strikes hint
heunks to have it read a second time, and it in,
indeed, a rare exception when in his openinc
prayers he does not refer to something bis
uuuguier uas just read loluui from the. morn
lug paiiers. Uy his refercm.-e to current
events and the strikingly beautiful and elo
quent language of bis prayers, he has made a
friend of each and every menilier, and some
of the more religiously Inclined always go to
the Capitol early jimt to hear the beautiful
morning prayer offered up by the blind
cunplam. Washington Cor. Atlanta Con
stitution. lluryhie a Geudarme All-.
A gendarme was buried alive in a village
near Grenoble. The man bad become intoxi
cated on potato brandy and fell into a pro
found sleep. After twenty hours pomed in
slumber hU friends considered him to be dead,
particularly as bis body asumed the usual
rigidity of a corpse. When the aexton, how
ever, was lowering the remains of tlie ill fated
gendarme into the grave ho heard moans and
knocks proceeding from the interior of the
"four boards." no immediately bored holes
In the sides of tho cofllu to let in air and then
knocked off the lid. The gendarme had, how
ever, ceased to live, having horribly muti
lated his head in hia frantic but futile efforts
to burst his coflln open. Ho terrible a case of
premature burial has hardly ever before been
reported in this country, where hasty inter
ments are only too common. Paris Cor.
Thermometers are liable to inaccuracies
even when most carefully constructed. The
freezing point is liable to be temporarily de
pressed or elevated, a temporary fall occurring
after the thermometer has 4jeen subjected to
great heat and a temporary elevation after it
has been repeatedly cooled. There is also a
permanent elevation, whicn may amount to
two degrees, and which is caused .by the at
mospheric pressure on the bulb; therefore, a
thermometer tube after being filled should be
allowed to remain fortwo or three years be
fore graduation. New York World.
ft doaa pay to do much talkln' w'en you'm mad
enaff to choke.
word dot atinca the deeoes' am de one
dalli patobah spoke;
reuer wrangle tin de stohm am
do a pUe Ob thlnkin "bout de thhuara
The Crown dlnin? ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meai in me cuy ior cents.
A. D. Huesing, real estate and insur
ance agent. Office No. 1608 Second ave
nue, Rock Island.
Buy Mercer coucty coal of E. B. Mc
Kown at bis new :oal yard corner of
Fifteenth street ami First avenue.
The Royal Insurance company, of Eng
land, has the largest surplus of any fire
insurance company in the world. A. D.
Hucsing. agent, ofilce No. 1608 Second
avenue, Kock Islan I.
Insure in the Boylston Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mass.. c rganized 1872. As
sets nearly $ l.OOO.iKK). E. W. Hurst,
agent. Office oyer Rock Island National
Modern Hemes For Sala
On monthly installments by Gayer &
Barth Babraek, Dentists.
No, 1724 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natural teeth and
inserting teeth with ut plates. f
Fourteen dry lotf on four years time,
with six percent per annum, to any one
wishing to build tt.is summer.
To ths Wi.tch Tower.
Cars run to Bltrk Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirl minutes on Sunday
afternoons and tolidays, and spcial
trains to accommodate picnic parlies.
Telephone to the sir "et car barn to com.
plete arrangements rY.r special trains.
Barety l a Bonds.
Tliose who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust and who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent,
Rock Island, 111.
A Georgian eightv years old offers 5.-
XHJ for a young wif ;. The cost of wives
increases rapidly after a man passes the
frisky age of sixty-live.
8bakeo. Broiled and Drenched.
These are three participles of English
grammar. They aie also the three sue
cessiye conditions undergone every day
every other day, or every third day, by
the unhappy wretcl. heedless enough to
allow fever and ague to fasten its clutch
upon him. No need of it none. Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters will and does
preserve those who use it from every
lype or malarial disease, whether inter
intent or bilious remittent. For nearly
thirty-five years it has lxen a profes
sionally recognized specific for and pre
ventive of these tenacious maladies
not only on our owi soil, but in tropical
and equatorial landt- where the scourge is
prevalent at all seasons and In its worst
forms. Biliousness, dyspepsia, rheu
matism, kidney complaint, nervousness
and debility are iilso ailments to the
complete removal of which the Bitter.-
long since demonstrated its adequacy.
A lawyer at Healing, Pa., recently
built a f 25.0(10 house and after living in
it a week moved batk to his old home.
He says the new house is too fine.
In the pursuit of l
' bis world we antic:
he gooi things of
pate too much; we
eat out the heart am
I sweetness of world-
ly pleasures by deligl
them. The results o
itful forethought of
htained from the list
of Dr. Jones' Red CI.
all claims. It cures
stomach, liver, kid
ver Tonic far exceed
dyspepsia, and all
noy and bladder
troubles. It is a per:
ect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure
cure for aue anil
Price, oil rents, tif
Boats painted wilt glaring advertise
ments are something new for the attrac
tion ot seashore visit rs. They sutest
the horrors of a life on the ocean wave.
The cropsof soutl ern Georgia are said
to lie magnificent.
Beware of Imitatiot s. there n only one
1k. HimHRKv ' NpaiiF't-K are wN-iitltienlly and
raivrully reard pre-in iiiIIiiiih ; uiel for-jnany
-arH In private iirat'1 lee witliHUt--ew.aiMl forever
ihtrtv yeanni-ed hy the-ite. Kvery Hlnitle Sie
clrte laatuwetnl run- for heulNeane named.
Theae Ha--ltlen eure lllioul UrilimlnK. ptinr
tng nr n-liielnir the iv-rru. and are Iu fart aud
ilclUwHFrrigi rriiMliroal the World.
or PRtnen-ii. siw. ctbics. nil
Fffri l.'otiKiiitkii . lunuiiimattnn... ,
Ynrm, Worm Ke -er. U orm rolle . ,
Lrniitf i 'a!ie,orl -llhllir er liifauw ,
lyentery trliinic. HUanm rmiii.'.'.
Cholera SI arham V.miltlUK
t each, M, iln.nrlilllM
Searaltria, TootbAetie, Kaeenehe .
tfeadai-beM, stele -leariaclM. ertlKO
lyHpepMia, HIIIim Mumni-h
FMippreaaed er Puiafal I'eriuda.
tVhireM tiMi I'rnfuie IvrNMl
('map leiarh. IMflimlt Hri-alhllis: ...
Falt It beam. Kr liwlan. KniiiOona.
K heii niHti -m. I:) eiinintle I'liliw ...
l-'eTernml Asne, I'IiIUk. Malaria
I'lle-. Hllnit or llle -dlnii
Catarrh, liitliienz.!. Colli In t tie Head
Whuapinff Cliniili Violent OiiikIih.
rneral llt-hilil .J'liynk-al Weukuena
ervou liehiliM 1
Jrinarv Wt-akn i , WeltliiK Hed.
lineaaenul tar Heart. l'alpliutluu 1
Sold hy Iirny0TR. nr a-niL postpaid on reeelpt
fif prleo. Iir. biTMrnuc Manijau O-U pniti-o
rtctitv tionnil In eloth and anlil, mailed free.
II nmpareyn' .tlrdicinrCo.lie Fulton St. N V.
Agents for the world renowned
Victor Safety Bicycles.--
A)o carry in Mock fa 'I line nr lower crude
wheel costing from $50 to l!W. Chcanent tiricen
Corner Elm 8U, at d Seyenth Ave.
RUDOLPH HINCHER, Prop'tr
The Second Subscription Concert will
be bt Id on
THURSDAY EVES ING, AUG- 15.
9"The finest garden in the tri-citiea.
p"-"" oST-T. wiii'stiTitie to
iLr tin, Nrw lat-aovKD
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4 aw r i ti o . ti r pwe . C V UE t MT
fRATIVE WKAKMEMA, giv-
Mitd. MiotluTrjcruirrmi of
-"High all wu prti Ltrrtor
V tftoiutMStiynrrh. LM4i-a
liWsfiMlar ti .
to health and
Onte ImprcrvcaicntaoTCT all
maantlr cured in thrr montha
1 k aedM EUotrto Co. I
rvatmitfit .-.ots9 in csth.
jrttvT Ueltt Wont cmawiprr-8-.lnl
iisjr Isfmtt V
( .irr.nl JA
Tt in powder never ranes. A marvel of parity,
mengtb and wboleaonieness; more economy
than the ordinary Hindu, and cannot he sold by
competition with the multitude of low tent, short
weiirht slam or phonpliste powders. Sola only m
norai. n a sou) rowDsa ixt.. vm wall lit
AIiTC OP REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order and derree of the Pnnntv
court, of Kork Inland conmv, lllinnin, made on the
peiinnnoi me nnnerximed. Aliraham Merchant,
adininivtrator of the estate of Marmiret .1. Hear
dereaHeil, tr leave to nell the real etdata of aaiil
dereaped, entered at the July term. A. I. 1HH9, of
fiaiu conn, hi-wii: on ine ititn day or Jolv, ISfiti,
!hrtll on the 15th day of Aui.'ii"t next, at the hour
of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of eaid day, sell at
public Ka'e, at the Marfan t J Seara liomeHtead.
weal of Black Rak'n watch tower, in said county.
lilt- real ri-i neivcriiHa an ronows, to-wil:
tleL'inniiiK at the center corner of section 14.
towni-hin 17 north, in ranire went of the 4th P
M.; thence esat on the half-pection line 18 21
chaina; thenca ronth at riht anclen 8 chaina to
Ro- k river; thence west with aaid river to a point
a here the half section line running north and
aouth thrrtiKh said aection inU-rHerta naid
river; thence north on miid half aec
tlon line to the north aide of Tower atreet
in the town of Seam; thence onth o went
along the north side of aaid Tower ctreet 14. S4
riiaiiifi; thence north parallel with the half sec
lion line (vr. . 40 ) h hi chaina: thence eant
2.19 chain to apointon the hair section line ml
feet aouth of naid center corner; thence north 60
reel to me place or neK'ntiln: exceptintr and re
serving therefrom the lands heretofore conveved
to the liock Inland Cotton ManufacturiiiR Oom
tiany and al the lanitw heretofore conveyed to
Kirhard Manaill A Co., hy deed recorded tcuper
ttvely in hook Mi of deeds at paere.171, and hook 5of
ueeun ai page job oi ine recorda or said Kock Irl
aml county, naiil tract containing 9 6rt acre- more
or lea ; alro Iota 1, s, and S in block in In the town
of Sear; alao 1 acre described aa followa. tow t:
KcLnnninu SHM feet weat of the S aection ennirt
on meeaai Mdeot me northweat quarter of aec
tion 14. township 17 north, ranee 2 weat of the 4th
t". M. . running then.-e south 113 feet; thence weat
feet to the southeast comer of Die old crave
yard ; thence north 1 :t feet : thenre weat lits feet :
thence south 118 feet to the sonihvreat corner of
the old crave yard: thence wet H feet; thence
north 445 feet to the south line of Rodman's land ;
in. nri- eaai leet ; thence south Wi feet to
the place or hetinniiur. In Hock lMnd county
Illinois, on the followiiit: terms, to w it :
One-half in cash to tie naid on the confirmation
hy 1 lie court at t he report of sale ; the balance on
a creuii oi is months, the purchaser to give his
note at 8 per cent interest with approved secu
rity and mortc&ce on the premises sold to secure
bated this ltilh day of Jnly. A. TV
Administrator of the estate of Margaret J. Sears,
Adair lLBA9aNTa. Attorney. iu!vl7-dlw
STATU OF I1.I.NOIS, 1
Kock Island County. I
To the SepU-niber term, A. D. ISfW of the Circuit
Kd(.r Ut-Korest Kolstim and Bridnet Bnderick,
comidainanta. s. Ijtr.ama Lowry. Kmilv N.
Lowry, land Murshall Field. I-orenroW Wood-
Jnunh V ti.U LI..I 1 1 11: 1. .
tom, John U. McWtlliams, partners as Marshall
. u. io.. aiisti a, -iiraKi:e, tnno .
iiracue ana tinra j. Warner, partners as
Nliracue, W arner A Co.. Clement baine Co..
U'lli.,l,B Mill ,V.n... 11 '
.......... ...inimnj, uouu ii. mnr). ue
feiidants Bill to Foreclose.
To the above named dtfentlant. the Winona M ill
AfnilHVIt of vnnrnnri.r..Mwl.r,i.a l.a.'inn Iu...h Alurl
In the office of the clerk of said circuit court,
notice is hereby civen to yon. the Winona Mill
Company, that the above named complainants
nave tiled in said court their bill of complaint
Kjiainst you on the chancery side of said court;
said cauae airainal yon tetnrnabl to the next
i. pniu i iiiiiii liiiii in in- m-L-iin anil ii.iiut-n
at the court houae in the city of Kock Island In
i-ini iiiNinj, on liiw urai nionuay 111 epiemner.
a Ik 1 kMU B, u..;nk i ..i
Hear aild fill-ad atiamVMr or ilimnr In hill ..f
ciiiimlHiiit if v.. ii ill
hock, laiautl. 111., illlly A It. 1W!I.
(EOKUE W. UAMHI.R.
Clerk of said ('oiirt.
8weenev it Wai.Kr.B, Sol'rs for cotuplt'a. dl
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1
Kock Island Countt. ("
In the Circuit Court, September Term, A. D. 1S.H9.
Cornelius H. Smith vs. the I nknown htirs of
Mason Fitch, deceased In Chancery.
A ttidavit that the names of the unknown !iiM
of M ason Fitch, the above defendants, are nii-
auown. uavinc neen nied in the clerk s office of
the circuit court of said rocnty. i.olice la there
fore hereby iriven to the said defendants that the
complainant filed hia bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof on the :td
uay oi winy, imhh, anil that thereupon a snmmons
inaui-uiMii oi saia court, wneretn smd suit is now
pei.dinE relnmnbleon the flrst Monday in the
month uf nep.rml. next, a. w. fcF i. ,Q",
Now, unless yon, the said defendanis above
named, the unknown heirs of Maaon fitch, de
ceased, shall jiersonally be snd appear la-fore
-am in uu conn on ine nrat dav ot i he next term
thereof . to lie holdenat Knelt Island in and for
said county, on the first Monday in September
pieau, answer or oeniur to tlie said
complainant's hill or complaint, the same and tlie
matters and things therein charged and staled
will be taken ss confessed, and a derree entered
afTHinst yon according to the praver of said bill.
Kock Nland. 111.. July. US, ihsii.
1E(. W. GAMBLE. Clerk of s.ii 1 Court.
Anus Pleasants, Compt's Sol'r. d4w
F.state of William Farrell, deceased.
The nnderaiiriied haiiiic heen annointed admin
istratrix of the estate of William Karreli. late
of the countv of Rock fslsiill fltutiinf llliimla .lu
ceased, hereby pivea notice that she will apjiear
in-oiri-1 ue rouuiy court oi it oca island county, at
the office of the clerk of said court, in the city of
iioca isiana, at ine neptemner term, on the flrst
Monday in Sentemlier next, at which iim, ail
persons havine claims aptinst said estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
havine the same adlnsted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment ,o ine antiersiffnea.
.Dated Ibis aitli day of .Inly, A. T. 18S9
M , CATHEK1NE K. FAKKKLL.
July 90-d3w a dminiatrstrix,
Saturday and Sunday,
Aug. 16, 17 and 18.
Admission 25 cents,
Game called at 3:80 p. m.
' HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
s0"lt thoroughly purifies the air and
removes all obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emil Koehler'a
Price 60 cents per box.
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES AEE LOW.
New Elm Seet Grocery
(Successor th Danquard A Browner)
FLOUR AJNTD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will mak prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
W. TV. GUTHRIE,
(Socceaaor to 3mhrie ft Coiling.)
Contractor and Builder,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
sr Plan and eatimatcs rnmiahect. A specialty made of line work . All orders attended to
promptly aud satixfartioo guaranteed.
Office and Shop No. 1818 Third Avenue-
W A N'T KO RELIABLE LOTAL AND TRAV
ehn valeKinen; ioiiliiis rerniancnt; spec
ial iiiduremcnta n w; fat w. lliiijj tvcia'itie.
Don't it. lav: aalarr fr.m Ihe alart.
BKOW N BKOS.. Niirmrymen. Ohicagro. HI.
SALESMEN WE WISH A FEW WEN TO
sell our goods hy aamplc to Ihe whoWale and
retail trade; on aalary; larger! niamifK. Hirer in
onrline; incW.pe- r'tamp; Wairea $S (M-r d:iy;
permanent po fiion; nittney adviired for wairei,
advertising, Ktc. I KNTKNNIAU M'K'U tit.,
jono IT t'iurinnati, O.
U-mtory K.veu. Alpine rf Co.. t .nclunau.
li7K TO A MONTH CAN UK M ADE
ran famih a horse and cive their Ik. c time to
the husineaa; apare moment n ay he pmiitah y
employed also; a few varaiirien in town and
me. r. r. joil.NSOS ix., Kniy Mam si.
N. B. Pleaaeatate ace and hnai -tcaa exiH
nenre Never mind alwnt (.i n.lini; Mamp for re
p!r. B. K.J.at'o. ai.l4m
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To all want
Ins employment. We w.uit live, eiur-eiic
aKeiilo in every rountv in Hie t niled stales and
Canada to sell a patent article of :reat merit. o.N
ITS MEK1TS. Auatxide havini; no onipeluii.n,
and on which tlie av'etil i protected in lliei xc n
ive aale hy a deed Kiven for each and evervr.mn
ty he may perure froMi us. W illi all these "advan
tage to our airenta, and the fact that it is an article
that ran be tld to every house owner, it tni-M not
lie neeeasary lo make -AN EXTIlAokKINAKV
oFFhK " to secure rood arents ai once, hut we
have concluded to make il to show, not only our
conadence In the merits of our invention, hut in Us
saUhllity hy any aceul that will handle it wilh
enenry t u utrim now ai work are makini;
rrom f l.Mi t.i $1011 a uiouin c lear, and this f.-icl
makes it safe for ns to make our ofler lo all who
are outof employment. Anv aL'enl lh.it wdi irive
our husmesa a thirty diivs' trial and f.il to clear
at leasi (um in this time, abovk ai i. rxrrNst s.
can return all coo, is unsold ! us and we will re
fund Ihe money paid for them. No such em
pkiyer of aL-enls ever dared lo make such i ffers
nor would we if we did noi know that we have
acents now ninkn i: more than ooiil li- ihi-,.,.
Our large descriptive circulars exi lain our offer
fully, aud these we wish to send to everyone out
orempl yment who will send us thee one cent
postage stamps for lawtaL-e. Send ai nnr. n.i ....
cure the acency in lime for the b.iom, and go to
wui i ue wrms nanieit in our extraoidinary of
fer. Address at once. National ovkiw.v.
514 Smithlield SI.. IMtshuruh, Pa.
COMFORTABIaE and ELEGANT
For Sala by Lending Dealer.
HTd Solely ly WK EAUZZH, Trey, 27.7
J. M. ItEAKItSLEY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J.
a i wormy, i.aa mcoiiii Avenuu.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock Islanu
National Bank Building, Kock Island, 111.
. D. (WKEKKT. o. L. W1L1I1.
SWEEXET & tTALEEIC,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
il Office in Beueelon'i block. K m k inland 111
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loans money on ocsJ
ecarity, makeacollectiotin. Reference. Mi tch
tl & Lynda, bankera. Office In I'ortoffice block.
. THE DAILY ARKCS.
FOB SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton'a
News Htaud. Five eenta per coi.v.
It. S. SCIIUREV AN.
ARfTHTECT AN O SUPE KINTEN DKNT.-M 1n
nfnfm 11iiKnn.Hl llhln 1 i . .11
. -. ui.HLu uuictt over
rimt National Bank, Kock Island. flS ly
ST. LUKE'S COTTAUE HOSPITAL. J
OM THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
Eleventh atreeta. feb 14-tf
WM. 0. KULPi D. D. S. "
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Roomi 36, 27, SS and SSI,
Take Elevator. DAVENfORT. I A.
I I I MEDICATED
. wirewea aaaivi1
Imparts a brilliant trannnaretiev to (Km .Liu Hm.
moves ail plmpks, Creefcif and lwlirationB. Kor
salavby all llrst-rlaia OruirKl ts or mailed Ior M rta.
in stamps by
PEERLESS DYES best
For BLACK. ST0fIOXS.
MH 4 Colore that neither
vu nir f ade.
Bold by Druggists. Alio
Peerless Hronre Paints 6 colon.
Pserlesa Ijiundry bluinir.
PeerleaalnkPowdera 7 colors.
PeerlrsShn U. .Tw .:
' ---. w a M pm innB IIIlL,
Peerieaa Em Uvea 8 colon.
Bif O hMBiveuunive.
81 aatisfaetajn In Um
cure of Uonorrbaa end
CHeet. I prescribe it anil
feel safe iu recommend
lnc It to ell snfTerera.
k.i. STOKEE, .D
PRICE, 1.A. . ,
Rold by Drngctats.
rANTKn-AGEXTS toronr XKW r ATF.NT
I- ire.'m,f safes : Hize !. i. ix .;,
g flTOh DATS.
ytBaataaaaad a tala
Opp. Harper House,
DAILY HIS STOCK OF-
- ESTABLISHED 1855-
o i o
West Second Street,
DA YEN POUT. - - IOWA.
New Pattt-nis Received Daily,
Prices Lower th in ever lu-fore.
Patent, Cast and Wrought
Oiepet rence iu the wi.rM fr resi
lience and lots.
Matle any height desired.
J. 12. DOWNING,
8cresor to Geo LVmuitiv', Jr
J. M. BUFORD.
Tha old Fire a-d Time-tried (mpaataa
LOSSES PROMETLY PAID.
Kate aa low aa hit relKhle i nr eaa ttiu
Vour paininase la aolicilad.
l"0" la Arraa block..
V. S H F. V.M. S.
norary rradnate rnd medallixt of the Ontario
Veterinary ColPue; member of Montreal Veler
iBHry llepe, and member of the Veter nary Med
ical AKoci!ition. wtl". treat on the latet and moat
clentitic principle all the ilinr and alinornial
enditioiiK of the dontirated ant riBla.
Bxaminutiona, conmltati in and advice poaitive
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charcea moderate In eyrry cae.
(lfticc. reaidence and ti'leplione call. Corrrocr
clul hotel, itork lrland. III.
HAS PURCHASED THK
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
t3J"lJe solicits tbe trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and aa many new
customers as wish to favor hint with
. I -
N 1 i
N II K
N N N
N N N
SavEMTEitNTH St., (up stairs.)
) a war apt. a Avmmtna B
may tm fmnl on.
filo at OKU. P.
Bttuio (10 8pruoa
blreet), vbare adeer fiaiti
tuiaii eontraota may I m I yl
to laaaa fee it laia W I W
M I Rr.RV MT4M K. No prenou. epe
nineiiee required. Write fur term 1 a
3 TJsoTiM ILY v lMBi?ri Li
Even More Necessary than aFamily Umbrella""
Is Gold Dust Washing Powder. Why? ISccause it's made to
fill a want, and docs what it's matle for. Cheaper than the rh.-.i;,, ,t
FOUR POUNDS FOR TWENTY-FIVE CErTnT
Less than ONE-HALF the price of other Washing I'ow.h-r ., and
yet it is Pure as the purest. For cleaning, scouring, scrubbing, it
is unexcelled. All Grocers keep it.
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago.
CLOTJGH & CULTON, -
Embalming a Specialty.
No. 1805 Second avenue.
The finest carringes and luiggies in
the city can tie had at any honr
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
E. C. Hoppe
The T -
2STo. ISOS Second .v?..
Rock Island, 111.
SEWERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
AH kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and sauaf action guaranteed.
Office and ehop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAN D. ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES AND ,IQTJOHS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. OHBISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
MAairrAOTcmsB n cuexm aid ntcvm.
Ask your Grocer for tkea. Tkey an best.
MTpctaIUM: Tae Christy "OTITIS" U tka Okttatv "WaFM.-
Rcr laraNn, nx.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St.
and Seventh Avenue,
IVAll kinds of Artistic work a peclalty .
DAVIS & CO,
A compute stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
LToBe, Fire Brick. Etc.
Sole AgcntH for
DEANE STEa-iM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS,
We pnnrantee every rr.c perfect. ti will arnd ( ;ijs.
Twenty day's trial, to nepoiiMtile parti. -.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac
tors for furnishing anl laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
Rock Is.'and, Illinois.
Telephone 1HS. Re'ldcnec TclepboDe ICO.
Pioral Desisins farnisbeil.
Telephone No. 1098
W. . B -
No. 1707 Second avenue. Hock Island
. . T?L Tclonil.
Flaoi and estimates for all kinds of building