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T3IE HOCK ISIiANI AUGUST MONDAY, AUOUST,a2 1889.
Rev. G. W. Oae'g Discourse at liar
As larfM Aillnf Prttrtl u(
Menataa evei' af Iartlelarly mb.
Tbe announcement tbat Rev. O. W.
Oue, of tbe First M. . church, was to
preach on the subject "Why I endorse
and defend the Orangemen's associa
tion," at ITarper's theatre last evening.
drew an Immense audience fully one
thousand people in view of tbat pastor's
utterances regarding popery and Catholi
cism at the recent Orangemen's picnic.
But tbe sermon proved more of tbe dt
fensive order as the subject would clearly
indicate, than an attack.
Mr. Gue took bis text from Jobn 8:83
Tbe truth utiall make yon free.
There is nothing on earth, the preacher
said, so dear to ns all as liberty. It is
regarded by tbe Declaration of Inde
peodencn an one of our inalienable rights,
We claim tbat man Is horn free with tbe
right to life, liberty and the pursuit of
happinens. and anything which contra
venes idis is an mmngmeni on our
rights. The idea of freedom is implanted
in every human breast, and to tbe
measure of intelligence which men possess
they will understand the nature and
value of true freedom. We can not esli
mate the sacrifices that men have made
to gain their political freedom and enjoy
It under the law. We regard this as one
of the rights of men, that they shall have
a substantial part in their own govern
ment In making tbe laws by which they
are to be governed and In choosing those
who are to administer these laws.
Right here comes tbe question of man's
relation to Ood, aa a moral and religious
being. Is It to think as one pleases T and
say as everything one pleases T and do'
evury thing one pleases? without any re
spect to tbe wishes, the feelings, the re
quests, the comforts or the life of others t
Some nrn interpret liberty, political
and religious, as a license to do to others
aa they have done to tbera. Tbat is the
liberty of the outlaw, the banditti, the
freedom of the libertine and tbe tyrant.
Qod alone Is Lord of tbe conscience, and
tbat man baa a right to worship him
where and when, and bow conscience
dictate Is a cardinal doctrine in every
freeman's creed. Freedom of conscience,
freedom of speech and freedom of the
press, with tbe eternal separation ot
church and state are principles estab
lished at the foundation of this govern
ment and roust ever remain dear to free
men. Without a doubt Americans are
tbe freemen and ours the popular gov
ernment of the world. We are glad to
he respected by other nationalities and
delight to welcome to our shores foreign
born citizens who come to us for a borne,
sympathizing with our free institutions
and loyal to our flag. But when foreign
era come to us. oath-bound to other or
ganizations and powers that are diamel
ncally opposed to our institutions, then
as loyal citizens we must curb thetr power
and check their progress. Loyalty to the
institutions of this government as tbey
are, should he the watchword of every
This is the reason I have such admira
tion for tbe Orangemen's associations In
this country. They are believers in law
and order and their creed is to obey the
laws in whatever country they abide.
Tbat la the exact language of our Metbo
dist discipline; "We believe it tbe duty of
Christians, and especially of all christian
ministers, to be subject to the supreme
authorities of tbe country where they
The Orangemen are mostly foreign
born and love their mother country well,
but the; love their adopted country
more. You find no anarchists, no com
munists, no socialists and no clan-agale-ism
among them. They have principles
that this or any other nation can safely
trust. With me it is not a question of
two hundred years ago next July, when I
William of Orange as a plumed knight
gallantly and successfully led his
forces at tbe battle of the Boyne.
Like ever7 Orangeman. I believe in tbe
human greatness of William the Third;
I believe in bis monumental deeds of her
oisni upon the field of battle. lie was
brave, gallant and noble, with no toe too
strong for him to meet, or peril too trreat
for him to surmount. It is true, under
lis levterstilp a wonrterlul victory was
gained for Protestantism and principles
established that favorably affects every
Institution In tbe United Htates today.
But the fueds ot Europe, their sectional
and religious quarrels, we should have no
part in; those conflicts ought never to be
transferred to American soil. But Or
angemen's associations tbat are increast
Ing rapidly in this land have reference to
questions not of two hundred years ago,
but entirely to questions of tbe day here
in tbe United States. Hiinh associations
mean loyalty to the stars and striiies aod
patriotic devotion to every principle of
tbls magnificent free republican, this
home of human greatness and political
happiness. I bey lo now and always
have in the past taught the principles of
self-government, liberty of tbe press, free
aom 01 speecn ana toe right to worship
Uoil accordmz to the dictates of their own
The Orangemen believe in sound Prot
estant principles; in fact, it is a Protest
ant institution, and, being a Protestant
minister, I would he a weakling if I did
not willingly ris in their defense. One
of the leading principles of tbe order and
also of Protestantism is an open and ac
cessible bible. They receive the bible,
the Old and New testament, as tbe re
vealed will of God, and this book being
the truth It Is the only safe foundation
for an Immortal soul to build upon. Yet
In these days in which secular education
Is not only possible, but compulsory and
illiteracy is at a discount, there are not
a few who speak of the bible as an anti
quated book. These very men owe every
thing that has raised themselves and their
ancestors above tbe level of the savage to
the word of Ood and there are others who
would withhold these truths from the
young and the old for a very different
purpose. We love freedom and this land
enjoys a large measure of it, but it will
not continue to enjoy it, for the day
God's revelation ceases to shine among
us. will mark the beginning of its down
fall. Why exclude tbe word of God from
our Institutions in wbicb the youth of the
land are trained for citizenship. The
bible is tbe word of God. Tbat is tbe
truth and the text says "the truth shall
make you free." It freed Luther; it freed
Calvin and tbe other reformers, and
Bishop Thompson said, tbe Geneva pul-
Eit was tbe nest where the wonderful
Ird, called the American eagle, was
hatched. No one opposes the bible save
those who "love darkness rather than
light because their deeds are evil." Tbat
is the book that should be read every
day in our public schools, because it is
the truth and the truth will make us
I admire the Orangemen because they
bold to popular education in our public
schools. They believe that such educas
Uon is necessary to general intelligence
and essential to the safety of the state.
and inch schools should be nee from
ecclesiastical bias. These schools are tbe
power and pride of our American institu
tions, and they should have taught in
them only the English language.
Foreign languigea taught in our
schools will pervert he true English lan
guage and destroy vouch of our accent
which is so essential to our English liter
ature, and the speaking correctly of the
English language. Every other language
save the English language should be
abolished from our public schools with
out ati apology. You have no more right
to teach the German or French language
in our free schools than yon have to
teach tbe Italian. Swedish, Norwegian,
Holland or Hebrew. All should be de
barred from bringing their national lan
guages into our English free schools.
What we want to know in the United
States is not how to read. Imperfectly in
a dozen languages, but how to read well
in one language.
Besides reading from the Bible as a
text book iu our schools, let a part ot the
time be spent in teaching patriotism.
love of country, love of our flag, love of
Washington. Lincoln and all American
patriots. Tell tbe children what it all
means, and we will see the grandest re
sults, and ere long the most gifted pa
triots that tbe world has ever seen.
Orangemen believe, and so do I. that all
persons disloyal to this government or
inimical to our public schools or to the
Bible should be rigidly excluded from
governing them or teaching therein.
Orangemen ttelieve tbey owe alle
giance to tbe state, and no ecclesiastical
power bas authority over nor should be
permitted to interfere with the relations
kof tbe citizen in the exercise of his moral
and civil rights. And any religious
power thus interfering should he pun
ished as perpetrating a crime against the
state. Most of tbe Orangemen are Irish
Protestants, who, when they come to this
country, do not ask to have the "Irish
American" combination. They consider
America good enough for a nationality,
and Irish is left at the place from whence
they came. I am one of those who be
lieve that when foreigners adopt this
country as their own they should leave
Itehind them their foreignistns. There
should be no German-Americans, Swede
American, English, French or Irish-
American or any other prefix to tbe name
American. A naturalized foreigner is an
American or be is not, and if be does not
so consider himself he had better re
turn to bis native country and abide the
remnant of his days, for this country bas
no use for men who are only half Ameri
You no doubt are all familiar with tbe
history of the reformation in Holland.
where William the Silent lived and died
for the cause of freedom; also of tbe re
formation in Germany and Switzerland
as well as in tbe British islands. These
countries bad the Bible; they were re
formed through tbe truth.
Every student of history aod every
candid, unprejudiced observer must ac
knowledge that all the true greatness,
greatness of character which distin
guishes Great Britain from the Spain of
today, she owes directly to tbe word of
God. To you my friends the truth of
the gospel ought to be very dear, and you
ought to esteem it very highly for tbe
sake ot Christ who gave himself for you
In order to enjoy tbe full freedom of the
truth you must not only have the Bible in
your homes and read it with your fam
ilies, but receive the truth into your
heart, that it may be vitalized in your
soul and make you free indeed.
Having been made free in the largest
and best sense of the word, there re
mains very much for every man made
free by the truth to do. Threatening
clouds rise above tbe horizon of this re
public. Some of them may not be larger
than a man's hand like the one Elijah
saw but afterwards became a terrific
storm. There are those whose vision is
better than ours who tremble at tbe mag
nitude of tbe gathering clouds. There is
only one power that can dispel darkness.
and that is light. There are various
forms of worldlinrss and selfishness and
l." ;h-handed wickedness rampant in our
land Anarchism and Sbhath desecra
tion in high and low places, and drunk
enness in the sight of our homes and
churches. Also a growing power of art
ful hierarchy, claiming superiority to
every law on earth and tbe right to de
pose princes and kings. What shall we
say to this monster claim? I say to you
Live as a free man liberated to serve
God." Hold fast to the truth and seek iu
every way to disseminate it. The future
of your country's honor depends on tbe
place which Is given to the scriptures.
"For thev are able to. make us wise unto
salvation through faith wbicb is in Christ
Mtandlac ty the Parana.
A number of tbe ladies of LeClaire
have issued a letter to the public, in
which I hey append their names, in which
There are many true ladies in LeClaire
wbo feel that creat injustice baa bean
done Mr. Drew, and who take this
means of letting the public know tbat
tbey did not approve nor sanction the
course pursued by some of the ladies who
felt their good name had been assailod.
That the Rev. Monroe Drew has the
hearty good will, respect and esteem of a
majoritv of the broad-minded, intelligent
people of the community. We all know
him as a christian gentleman. We be'
lieve him to be an earnest, conscientious
worker in the Master's vinevard. who has
the welfare of all at heart. Some of us
know him as a friend who, by prayer and
comforting words, cheered the declining
weeks of tbe sick and afflicted. Tbe am
nion delivered by him July 7th, 1889.
which bas caused so much comment and
ill will, we believe to have been actuated
by tbe best of motives, with charity for
all and malice toward none; although it
has, by many, been misconstrued and of
fense taken where none was intended.
Trims f I tlllae It.
In the absence of anything to do Da
venport appears to be attempting to
utilize the stench which is the most dis
tingulshable thing about tbat city now
in fact it is the only thing the city Is
talking about while Rock Island is abi
sorbed in pacing and is using it as a
means of excusing all its ills and misde
meanors. Tbe Tribune of this morning
verifies this assertion aa follows:
"No wonder tbe people in west Da
venport drink beer and eat lemburger
cheese, said Aid. Preston. "If I lived
there I would keep a piece of lemburger
with me all the time, its fragrant per
fume is far more agreeable than the
smells from the slough. Why, man
alive, tbat smell is so strong you can
bear ill It rustles the leaves on tbe
trees, and you can cut it off in big
Poor Davenport I
Aug 8 Henry Curtis to Theodore Free.
pt lots 1 and 2, block 77, Chicago ad, R
10. Milton Miahalowskev to Louis
Sbultz, pt lots 24 and 25, block 1, Car
bon Cliff, 9200.
Milton Richard to Henry Miller, pt
lota 18. 19, 20, 21 and pta of 10. 11. 12
and 18, block 2, Carbon Cliff, f 020.
The aword-fhh ought to have bo diffi
culty in cutting way for himself in this
A Mlcaal Calls the Mixta Retf-
aaeat at Mldalsat it Oaaap Ltacala
A Utah Order at Dtselpliae Hksws
aa a Besalt A Hi lay Day la camp.
Hiacxitokt) as Conrnvr A
oaeivr A, )
tT. I. N. Q.. v
a. 111., Aug. 10.
Camp Lincoln, ttprt icfleld. I
At an early hour yi sterdav morn ins. in
fact but a few minuses after midnight.
the signal gun suddenly rent the still ail
of Camp Lincoln anc almost instantan
eously the entire slxt i regiment was in an
uproar. Half dresied officers rushed
hither and thither, hurrying up their ex
cited and sleepy men In just four min
utes after the firing c f the signal gun tbe
last company had reported as being ready
tor orders. The regiment was marched
down as far as the southeast gate of the
camp grounds befors being dismissed,
causing many of tin boys to think that
they were to be ma -cued down town.
The titae made by the Sixth is the quick
est ever made on the camp grounds, and
certainly indicates a high degree of dis
cipline. Yesterday was th first day it has
rained since we have been in camp, Tbe
regiment bail undress parade last even
ing on account of tht weather. Compa
ny A's three highest scores at tbe rifle
range were made by "Lieut. Wm. Stewart,
Corporals W. Lawhei.d and W. Johnston.
Company A is the only company in the
regiment that bas n t nad to report a
sck man to the hopital. All of our
hoys are well and I aving a fine time.
Company A are mat ing preparations to
banquet tbe officers of the regiment at
noon on Sunday.
Air. Sidney Allen, our company cook,
is a daisy and knows how to prepare the
extras in No. 1 style. We have been
living high and havii g everything that is
Captain Cbannon was officer of the day
yesterday, and Licit. Cook is junior
officer of the guard today. Private O Neil
covered himself with glory last night.
He was out with a patrol under Major
Kittleson and captui-ed three prisoners,
and it was entertaini ig to see the proud
way John marched them up to the guard
There were twenty-seven cases of
bowel complaint yearday. Sergeant J.
L. Soule. of tbe Fourth infantry, is act
ing as hospital surgeon, and will con
tinue the Fiecial instruction of tbe hos
pital corps after Captain L. Brechemin
leaves for Nebraska.
Chaplain A. R. Mrrgan, of J. .lie t, ar
rived in camp yesterday, and will remain
with the regiment ti l Monday, holding
services on Sunday alternoon.
Companies G and V. played a game of
baseball yesterday af ernoon. which was
won by the former in eight innings the
score being 17 to 14. Soi.dikr
Tbe Crown dining hall. No. 1703 Sec
ond avenue, is now r.'atly to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
A. D. Hut-sing, rel estate and insur
ance agent. Office No. 1608 St-cond ave
nue. Rock Island.
Buy Mercer county coal of E. B Mc
Kown at his new coil yard corner of
Fifteenth street and First avenue.
The Royal Insurance company, of Eng
land, bas the largest surplus of any fire
insurance company it the world. A. D.
Huesing. agent. office No. 1608 Second
avenue. Hock Island.
Insure in the Roylston Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mass.. orcanir.ed 1872. As
sets nearlv $ l.OOO.tHM. E. W. Hurst,
agent. Office over R wk Island National
Modern Houses For Bale
On monthly instal ments by Guyer &
Barth Babeix k. Dentt.te.
No, 172-1 Second avenue. Siecial atten
tion paid to saving the natural teeth and
inserting teeth withot t plates
Fourteen dry lots c n four years time,
with six percent per unnum, to any one
wishing to build thif summer.
To the WaU h Tower.
Cars run to Bla k Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirty ninutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and spcial
trains to accommod ite picnic parlies.
Telephone to the strei t car barn to com
plete arrangements for special trains.
Surety on Bonds.
Those who are reqi ired to give bonds
in positions of trust, nnd who desire to
avoid askinc friends " to become their
sureties, or who ma r wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply tr tbe agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York.
Ed. Lie ierenectit.
General Insurance Agent.
Hock laUnd, Bl.
nark! hark! 'tis SOZODONT Icry.
Haste youths and mai lens, come and buy.
Come, and a secret I'll unfold.
At small expense to y mng and old.
A charm that will on both bestow
A ruby lip, and teeth like snow.
Within two blocks .if tbe moHl fashions
able residential portion of Kansas City is
a prairie dog town wi h three or four hun
I have been afflicted with hay fever
from early in August until frost. My
eyes would run a streum of water and I
sneezed continually. I was advised to
use Ely's Cream Balm. It has 'worked
like a charm and I can say I am entirely
cured. Mrs. Emcline Johnson, Obester,
I have been for sevi ral years a sufferer
from bay fever and severe head colds. I
have found nothing that can compare
with Ely's Cream Balm. I would not be
without it for any consideration. It is
simply wonderful in i effect upon the
nasal organs. S. U. Hunt, Wilmington,
A male partridge hatched out a nest of
hen's eggs on a plantation at Irwinton,
Ga. Biddy had laid tbe eggs in the
woods and abandoned them .
A Bsnsiois Man
Would use Kemp's Balsam for the throat
and lungs. It is r.u ing more cases of
Coughs. Colds, Asthma. Bronchitis,
Croup and all Throat and Lung Trobies
than any other medicine. Tbe propria
lor bas authorized ai y druggist to give
you a sample bottle fne to convince yoa
of the merit o! this gn at remedy. Large
bottles 50 cen ts and $ 1 .
A Dakota farmer holds that the failure
of tbe wheat crop is largely due to tbe
wort oi gopners.
In the pursuit of Urn gooa things of
'his world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delight "ul forethought of
therrt. Tbe results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Glovsr Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidai y - and . bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure care for ague and
malarial diseases. Pi Ice, 50 cents, of
Buenos Ay res projwses to hold a
Without Darallel for ttains of all kinds.
hemorrhages and inflammations Pond's
Extract. Avoid druggists' old song "Just
aa uooa. ' xor lmitauot a. .
Hals and Hearty ta Old Aft.
What is more beautiful than an old
tree clothed with an ample robe of ver
dure? Apt is the comparison between
such a growth and an old man or woman
infused with health nd vigor. . V The tine
qua non, the indispensable condition rt
vigorous youth, robust manhood and a
verile old age, is sound digestion.: With
out this life is shorn of the hearty zest
that should attend it. No more benefi
cent and agreeable contributor to the at
tainment of a hale old age, and efficient
means of counteracting the infirmities
that too often attend life's decline, can be
found than Uostetter's Stomach Bitters.
Dyspeptic symptoms, a tendency to kid
ney complaint, nervous inquietude and
rheumatic trouble are overcome by its
use. Tbe effect of exposure and over
work are , nullified by it. and it affords
efficient protection to all subjected to
malarial influences. Give it a thorough
Tbe province of La Platta, in the Ar
gentine Republic, has a population of
785.138 and a debt of $70,000,000.
T. Granger Stewart, M. D.. F. R. 8.
E.. ordinary physician to U. M., th
queen, in Scotland, professor of practice
of physic in the university of Edinburgh,
writes of Bright's disease as follows:
"Catarrh of tbe intestine also occasional
ly occurs, sometimes producing an ex
hausting diarrho?." Warner's Safe Cure
cures the diarrhoea by first removing the
Pocket Hatch Safe Pre to Smokers of
Dr. C. McLano's Celebrated
A few doses taken at the right time
will often 88V a severs spell of
sickness, rrtco only 23 cents at
any drug store. Be sure and see
that Dr. C. Mc LANE'S CELE
BRATED LIVER PILLS, FLEM
ING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa., is
on the box. None other is Genuine.
Use IVORY POLISH tor the Teeth.
pEKFtmES TUB Bit turn.
SEAL'S OF REAL KaTATE.
By virtue or en order end decree of the County
court of Knrlt island rouulT, llliml, mmte on the
IH'tillonof the anrivraiirned. Abraham Mr reliant,
adiuiniwtralnrof the mint of Margaret j. gears,
defeased, f-.r leave to aell the real estate or eaid
defeated, entered al the July term, A. I. 18X9, of
raid court, lo-wit : on the 16lh day of July, 1sm9, I
hil on the 1Mb day of Allium next, at the hour
of -i o'clock in the afternoon of raid day, sell at
public f-ale, at the Margaret i Hears homestead,
west of Black Hawk's watch tower, in said county,
the real estate described a follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the center comer of section 14,
township IT north, in range t west of the 4ih H.
M. ; thvnee east on the half-section line It. 21
rhain; thence south at right angles 8 chstna to
Ho- k river; thence went with eaid river to a point
where the half section line running north and
south thrrugh eaid section intersecte said
river; tbeiice north on ssid half sec
tion line to the north side of Tower street
In the town of Hears; thence sonth S(VC wert
along the north side of said Tower etreet 2.S4
chains; thence north parallel with the half sec
tion line (var. 70 40')S 61 chains; thence east
2 IS chains to a point on the half eection line SO
feet south of said center corner; tbence north AO
feet to the place of beginning: excepting an 1 re
serving therefrom tbe lands heretofore conveyed
totheKock Island Cotton Manufacturing Com
pany and also the lands heretofore conveyed to
Kh bard Mansill A Co.. by deeds recorded lespec
lively in book nti of deede at page 871. and book fwof
deeds at page JtiB of the records of said Hock Isl
and connty. said tract containing (HI acre more
or less; also low 1, , and S in block 10 in tbe town
of Sears; also l acre described as follows, to-wt:
Beginning SXS feet west of the H section corner
on the east side of the northwest quarter of sec
tion 14. townahip 17 north, range 3 west of the 4th
I. M.. running thence south lis feet; thence west
ia feet to the southeast corner of the old grave
yard ; thenre north 113 feet ; thence west IKK feet ;
thence south 118 feet lo the southwest corner of
the old grave yard ; thence we-t SS feet; thence
north 845 feet to the south line of Hodman's land ;
thence east feel ; tbence south 132 feet to
the place or beginning. In Kock Island county,
Illinois, on the following terms, to wit :
one-half la cah to be paid on the confirmation
by the court of the report of sale; the balance on
a credit of 12 mouths, the purchaser to give his
Bote at 8 per cent Interest with approved secu
rity and mortgage on the premises, sold to secure
iiated this Ifith day of July. A. D. 1.
Administrator of the estate of Margaret J. Hears,
Adiik Pleasants. Attorney. 1ulyl7-d4w
STATE OF ILLNOIS, 1
Itock Island County,
To the Septembt r term, A. D. 18S9 of the Circuit
court In ChaLOery .
Edgar Deforest Poleora aud Bridget Rrnderirk,
complainants, vs. Izarns Lowry. Kmily N.
Lowrr, 'and Marshall Field, Lorenzo . Wood
house. Joseph N field, Harlow H. Higenhot-
k?i',i Mr.Wllhams, partner, a. Marshall
Ftald Co. Albert A.. Piirau, oum h h
Horague and Er.ra J. Warner, partners' ai
Kprague, Warner A Co., Clement Baine Co.,
Winona Mill Company, John H. Lowry, de
fendants - Bill to Foreclose,
To the above named defendant, tbe Winona Mill
A fltdavlt of ynnr non-residence having been died
In the office of tbe clerk of eaid cirrnit court,
notice is hereby given to you. the Winona Mill
Company, that the above named complainant
have filed in said court their bill of complaint
attainat yon on the chancery side of said court;
that a summons in chancery has been issued in
said canse against yon "le turnstile to the next
term of said circuit court to he begun and hoklen
at the court house in the city of Bock Island In
said county, on the first Monday of September,
A. I. Imhii, at whicb time and place yon will ap
pear and plead, answer, or deiunr to said bill of
complaint. If you see fit.
Kock Island, 111.. July SS, A. I). 1SS9.
GKOUGK W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of said Court.
Bwkbct Walker, Sol're for complt'e. d4w
BTATK Or lL.Lnils7 1 .
Bora IslabdCouktt, (
In the Circuit Court, September Term, A. D. JSH9.
Cornelius H. Smith Ti. the Unknown heirs of
M aeon Fitch, deceased In Chancery.
A flldarit tbat tbe names of tbe unknown heirs
of Mason Fitch, the above defendants, are nn
known, having been filed In the clerk'e office of
the circuit court of said coonty, notice ts there
fore hereby given to the said defendanta that the
complainant filed his bill of complaint in said
court, on tbe chancery side thereof, on the lSd
day of July. Ism, and that thereupon a summons
Issued out or said court, wherein asid suit is now
pei.d ing. returnable oa the rlrst Monday In the
month of September next, as ia by law required.
Mow, nnless you, the said defendants above
named, the unknown heirs of Mason rttch, de
ceased, shall personally be and appear - before
aid circuit court on tbe first day of (lie next term
thereof, to be holden at Kock Island in and for
said county, on tbe first Monday in September
next, and plead, answer or demur to the eaid
complainant's bill of complaint, the same and the
matters and things therein charged and stated
will be taken aa confessed, and a decree entered
agsinat you according to toe prayer of aatd bill.
Kock Island, 111.. July, M, lt.
GEO. W. GAMBLE. Clerk of sul I Court.
ADUB PLBAaim, Compt's Bol'r. d4w
Estate of William Farrell, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of William Farrell, late
of tbe county of Rock Island, stale of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Bock Island county, at
the office of tbe clerk of said court, in the city of
Rock Island, at tbe September term, on the first
Monday in September next, at which time all
persona having claim against said aetata are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adtuated. All person indebted
to said estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to the underahrned.
.Dated this 9Utb day of July, A. D. 1880.
CATHERINE . FARRELL,
WE AK HE W ISSSSXiXZ
-JUjifcX A.JL.A-wsMV, WKM'l AMB1BRT
rrK rts tni nw rauvciv
b a- . . ' n.nl a
'SNrftATtVK WkAKMRSS. VtV-
tiillmi. Mtfitfc. snothine eurmita of
itr dtrantr tLnuett all weak Dsna.natMV
to hrslth and Vis ulttst Strength. kctrie
tfly or w. tortra a.,ue ta euh.
aUalhrbHa. Wont can. bow
I W bruniii t 5 I
amamtly cund is thra. roonUia. 6le4 pmpbtet4e- uuna
la Sa4a tUaoano C. MftiiaUeat,Crae
Ts Is powder never vsnoe. A marvel or parity,
strength and wholesnmeness ; more economy
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold by
oompetitton with the mnititnde of low test, abort
weight alum or phosphate powder. Hoi only
cant. RovaL Bakibh Powdbb Co., 11 Wall m
WANTSP RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
el ing salesmen; positions rermanent; spec
ial inducement n w; fast selling specialties.
Don't delay; salary from the start.
BROWN BROS., Nurserymen, Chicago, IU.
SALESMEN WE WISH A FEW MEN TO
soli our good by sample to I he wholesale and
retail trade; on salary; largest manufacturers in
our line; inclose 2c stamp; Wages $3 per day;
permanent po ilion; money advinoed for wages,
advertising, Ktc. CENTENNIAL MTOlU,
juno 17 t Mncinnati, O.
ATA-TEr-AGENT8 foronr NEW PATENT
.' ire-Proof Hafes ; sice 2 1st Is ; weight M
lbs.; retail nc-eC; others In roxrtioii. llleb
estAwa.nl initver medali Centennial Exposition.
EH1!!. I?.1" : Permanent huxliiem. tnir prices
I z1- w 're nt in the safe ihm.I. Kxclui-tve
territory giveu. Aliue Mate Co.. Clm-lunati. O.
7K TO aeSO A MONTH CAN BE MADE
P I J working for ns; agents preferred who
ran furnish a horse and give their whole time to
the business; spare moments may be profitably
employed also: a few vacancies In towns and
cities. B. F. JOHNSON A CO., 1(109 Mam St.,
N. B. Please state age and business expe
rience Never mind about sending stamp for re
ply. B. F. J . A Co. apl 4 -6m
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To all want
ing employment. We want live, energetic
agents in every county in the Vniled Slates and
Canada to sell a patent article of great merit, ON
ITS MERITS. An article having no competition,
and oa which the agent is protected in the exclu
sive sale by a deed given for each and every conn
ty he may secure from us. With all these advan
tage to our agent, and the fart that it is an art irle
that can be sold to every house owner, it might not
he necessary to make "AN EXTRAORDINARY
OFFhU" to secure good agents at once, but we
have concluded lo make it to show, not only our
i enflilence in the merits of our invent kin, but in its
salability by any atrent that will handle it w ith
enenry. On sgenta now at work are making
from $150 to $(10 a month clear, and this fact
makes it safe for us to make our offer to all who
are out of employment. Any agent that will give
our busineva a thirty days' trial and ftil to clear
at leat HW in this time, above ail expenses,
can return all goods unsold to ns and we will re
fund the money paid for them. No snch em
ployer of agents ever dared to make such offers,
nor would we if we did not know that we have
agents now maklog more than oon hie thisamonnt.
ur large descriptive circulars ext. lain our offer
f'llly, and these we wish to send to everyone out
ofempl yment who will send ns three one cent
postage stamps for postage. Send at onre and se
enre the agency in time for th boom, and go :o
work on the terms named In our extraoidinary of
fer. Address at onre, Ntiokl Novei.tt 'o
514 Mmithtield St.. Pitthnrgh, P.
CO&FORTABLJB and ELEGANT;
For Sale by Leading Dealers.
HTi Solely ly "wHL Troy.H.Y
I TTORNEY AT L A V Office w ith J. T. Eea
L worthy, 1725 Second Avenue.
I TTORNEY AT LAW, Office In Rock Island
L National Bank Building, Kock Island, I1L.
B. D. WEE BET.
C. U WALXXEt
SWEEXET & WALKER,
ITTORNKY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
i Office ia Bengaton' block, K-ck Island, 111.
ATTORNEYS AT LlW-Loana money on good
security, makes collections. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lyvde, banker. Office in Postofflca block,
THE DAILY AIU.US.
DOR SALE EVERY EVENING al Crampton'
r News Stand. Five cents per copy.
Ik. H. tM ni'KKBJArf.
ARCHITECT ANl SUPERINTENDENT. Mala
office ffnr.natU. Ohio; Branch office over
First National Bank, Rork Island. fit ly
ST. LUKE'S fOTTAGE HOSPITAL,
On THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets. feb 14f
WM, 0. KULP, D. D. S,
OFFIOB REMOVED TO
Rooms M, 27, ts and 29,
Take Elevator. DAVENPOBT. I A.
Wednesday and Thursday,
Aug. 20, 21 and 22.
Admission 25 cents.
Game called at 8:30 p. m.
Corner Elm St., and Seventh Ave.
RUDOLPH HINCHER, Prop'tr
The Second Subscription Concert will
be held on
THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 15.
gThe finest garden in the tri-ciiies.
St; Mary s School,
ENOXVILLE, ILL. -
A first-class establishment, healthfully located,
conducted by the officer who founded it. New
buildings, new furniture, the latest methods of
mental and physical culture ; everything np to
uis uuiee. iiiuunnai, special, ana couegiate
The REV. C. W. LEFFINGWELL, D. D .
Rector and Founder.
Safer by permission to tbe editor of this paper.
iKaacar nwa, tut prevtoo acpe-
apurlenoe required. Write for terms. L (.
West Second Street,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than ever before.
Agents for the world renowned
Victor Safety Bicycles.
Also carry In stock s full line of lower Trade
wheels costing fiom 50 to t'Mt. Cheapest prices
HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
f-STIt thoroughly purifies the air and
removes ail obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emil Koehler's
Price GO cents per box.
Patent. Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
Bocoeeaor to Geo. Downing, J r..
HAS PURCHASED THK
and has removed to
: Third Ave., and Tenth St.
t3FIle solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
J. M. BUFORD,
Taa old Fir and Tims tried Oonpaalaa
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD.
aa low as any reUalda company eai
i oar patronac M sollriHid
ta Argaa Mock.
V. S H F. V.U. S,
aaorary pradnata and medallist of the Ontario
Talari nary Collcn ; member of Montreal Veter
taary College, and member of the Veterinary Med
taal Association, will treat on the latest and roost
scientific principle all tbe diseases and abnormal
renditions of the domesticated anL-rala.
Examinations, consul tat ion and advice positive
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charge moderate to every ease.
Office, residence and telephone call. Commer
cial hotel. Kock leland. 111.
B 8 II
KW If 8888
at n s a
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ti it N 8
N IT N B888
N M W 8
N N N 8
N JiN S 8
H MN ' 8888
Seventeenth St., (upstairs.)
Blf D hMclreu univer
sal satisfaction in the
care at Gonorrhoea and
Uleet. I present Hand
feel aaf e in recoinmend
In It to all suflerera.
:'.". Decatur. Ill
Pild by Druggists.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS-
Promptly aad neetlr executed by the Aaeus Job
aaVBpecial atUattaa paid to Commercial work
ri TO DAT.I
S af . 4f ASWasfjIrjg ear.y
fT (lAl5 N0AP pi Warjt.jAVEc
' 1 ir.nirttW' w itt
ard sells ror
rr r simi t i r i xjyrv
m. s - r. c ft,
. 1 ms a I l m V 11 -it
fiVE tT5 A (E. )JJn,b7n 3rocers Sbould lecp iv.
-jit '-i i--..
CLOUGH & CULTON,
Embaluiitig a Specialty.
No. 1805 Second avenue.
The finest CArrisgca and buggies in
tbe city can be bad at any honr
of tbe day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
F. C. HOPPE,
No. 1SOS Second Ave.,
Rock Island, 111.
SBIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing. done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK IST.AN D, ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite Ilarper House. The choicest Imported
"WINES AND LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, specialty.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
MABUYACTVBH 0? 0SACUU AVO BIKf ITi.
Ask your Grocer for taone, Tkerara best.
Wlaeclaltlet: Tbe Cmristy -STITIP ea4 tta Okttsty "Wlfal."
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue. Rock Island
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth Bt.
ana Beventb Avenue,
VAU kinds of ArUatic work a apeclaltr.
t untished oa
DAVIS & CO.,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Braes Goods, Packing,
nose, Fire Brick. Etc.
Sole A (rents for
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We guarantee every one perfect, snit will send Cinn
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties.
Safety Heating Uoilers, and Contrac
tors for furnishing and laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avk.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1148. Residence Telephone 100.
Floral Designs furnished.
Telephone No. 109S
. '. T L Tclond.
Plana and ef . Ornate for all kinda of tnildlug