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TBIt ItOCIC ISTiANI : AIlGUSr DNESDAYj AUGUST 14, 1889.
ZUM.VS VOTING CASE.
Mr. J. (J. Oibsrns Lo UU Tam
per. Auitfr LnKikj letter the Mar
Texeel Hnajeet What the Area a
Hm nmr (Ho Mabjert.
Josmx, Aug. 12. I did not desira to
refer to this lutiiect ajrain. but after
what bu been said and printed. I Can
not la iiutlce to dthK remain silent. I
will be as brief ai DOMtble. A a little
miaunderalaoding baa arisen between
"Multuro in ranro" and mjaelf 1 muat
refreab the reader a memory. 1 ventured
to sursest that a "fair mintled correa
DoiMlenl" would InTeatiffat first and
write afterwards. "Multum in Parvo
shouts exultinclj, '-Thai just what we
did!" But the record showa that Jhe
commenced wring July 17ib; that he has
written at weekly intervals rrom tnai
time till now. liv his own statement be
took a burcr ride of a Rood many miles
Jult 24th to make inquiries. As late aa
August Slh we find him still Infestigat
intr. As a result he abandons the oris
inal charge, and then denies that he ever
made it. This will occur to tbe renter
as a reaiaraablr fair- minded pro -veiling
In the same connection we eipreawd
delight that he bad found one republican
be could believe. "You are a liar, re
toru M. in P., "I never aaid anything surh
thing." Kut please tell us why did you
call on Mr. Richard (lark for inform
tion unless you considered biro a credible
person? Why did you quote bis state
mrnt unless you knew people would he
liar It? Mr. (nark a autement, aa re
portrd hr M In P . etonrrale Mr. White
side. (See vVkkkly Anr August 3.1.)
The demaixl that anv election officer of
this town is guilty of frauds on the bil
lot tboul.l be prosecuted and punished
M. in P. calls insolent and impudent.
Doubtless it looks that way to him and
bis barkers who well understand the dif
ferenoe hctwen newspaper assertion and
judicial proof, and who hare plenty of
the first and very little of the other
It might he impudent and also unkind to
eipect them to furnish what they baveat
got. Hut in all civilized countries per
sons accused of crime have the privilege
of meeting the accuser face to face, and
are considered innocent until proven
guilty. hut M. in P. and his partners do not
care for justice; they only want to make
what racket they can in the papers and
on the streets, hoping to influence, two or
three votes in this close town. I am
glad to learn that the variation between
local and railroad time is so trifling. I
bad imagined it somewhat larger.
threw out the bint mostly for the purpose
of seeing the "teapot" boil . I shall not
Inquire into the correctness of the figures,
but aa we have it so fine, even to the one
hundredth part of a second, will "M. in P.
kindly go before a magistrate and make
oath to the exact time of closing the polls
at that famous election. Dy so doing he
can forge one link in the chain of evi
dence against those wicked judges.
Time will not permit to follow further
the vagaries of this correspondent. I only
ask apace for a brief statement of the
facta in the case I was not present at the
closing or me pons, as "Subscriber" so
states, my information is derived from
the actors in the drama. The election
board provided themselves with railroad
time as near as they could get it. They
aet their watches accordiuglv. went by
them through the dsy and closed at one
minute past 7 o'clock. They do not pre
tena mat ibis was )riectly correct time,
either railroad or local, but it was the
nearest approximation thev were able to
make, and they thus fulfilled the letter
and tbe spirit of the law. They could
not have held open the polls another
moment, or received anothsr vote with
out yiolating their oatbs as judges of elec
tion. I be judges also stale positively
that notice of closing was given at 6.30.
and the actual closing at 7:01 by tbe aame
watch, an interval of thirty-one minutes.
Tbe judges' statement on this point is
just as good aa any other man's assertion
to the contrary and very much better.
Besides, a well known democrat was
present all the time in tbe room as clerk,
and if there was any crookedness be
knows all about it.
Home reader may ask bow it happens
that there is a discrepancy of three min
utes? Theexplanation ise'asy. "M. in P."
haa eWsn it in j,,,, t,ut with nii
usual f airnras, ha distorted it to suit bis
own purpose. Mr. John McEniry stated
to me personally the spite evening that
when he saw the tram approaching with
bis oviavad voters he aT-krd Will White-
siue now mucn time tbey hafl. "awu
three minutes." - tbe reply. Prom this
data Mr. M. esumatci, that the polls
closed one and a half two minutes too
soon. And this was ct.e starting point
oi ice wuoie rtDirnversv. Will White
side's watch ba been referred to as being
correct. Mr. W. does not know whether
it was exactly right or not. Mr. McEn
iry 's mental calculation of Che interval of
yme cannot be rrgar.led as strictly ac
curate. Huih uese uncertainties are tbe
baaia of "M. In Pa." elaborate determin
ation that the polls closed at 6 o'clock. &7
minutes and 25.44 second. Tbe pre
sumption is all In favor of tbe lodges and
this presumption cannot be overthrown
by guess work .
One word more. I have riot noticed,"
and do not intend to nottfe "Multnm in
iarvos 'malicious and slanderous as
saulls upon me. I believe most readers
will rale them at tbeir real value. I
warn tbe Arois and ita correspondent
hereafter to utter no slander againt my
personal character. J. O. OenoRSE.
I The ARut's considers that it has
treated Mr. Osborne with the utmost
courtesy In publishing his numerous ar
ticles in regard to the "Zuma poll closing
case." and the threat in tbe last few lines
of tbe above correspondence is decidedly
in bad taste and the charge of slander
without foundation, in fact. The A noes
has not itself or knowingly allowed any
matter of a libelous character to enter ita
columns against Mr. Osborne. However,
aa tbe gentleman is evidently losing bis
temper, it is probably best to drop tbe
matter entirely, as we fail to see that be
bu introduced any new evidence to
strengthen bis case, and the public no
doubt is getting tired of tbe long drawn
out controversy. As Mr. Osborne wrote
us an amiable note last week, thanking
ua for tbe consideration abown him, we
charitably infer that the irritability dis
played In hia last effusion la due to the
lateness of tbe boor at which it waa
penned midnight, be says. Ed. '
12 Ottls J Dimick to Reinbart Greder.
lota 50 and 51, South Rock Island, ft.
Bailey Davenport to Rebecca. Woods,
2, lot 3, block 1, Bailey Davenport's
2d ad. Moline, $3(iu.
. 13 Edward Young to Joaepb Dunlap,
e2 nw4. 4. 18. 8w, fl.670.
Meiga Waite to Joshua F Grant, lots
4, 5, 10 and 11, block 10, Reynolds, $200.
Distress after eating, heartburn, aick
headache and indigestion' are cured by
llood'a Sarssparilla. It also creates a
GAME AXD FISH LAWS.
stat rravtataaa at tka llliaala Ht-
wtea that will a Keaa with latereat
Tbe law of Illinois, page 163. sec
tion 1. aays: It shall be unlawful lor
any peisjn to kill any wild buck, doe or
fawn, or wild turkey between January
15th and September 1st; or any pinnated
grouse or prairie chicken between No
vember 1st and September 15th of tbe
following year; or any ruffled grouse.
quail, pheasant or patridge between De
cember 1st and October 1st of the. suc
ceeding year; or any woodcock between
September 15th and July 15th of the
year following; or any species or aquir
ril between December 15ib and June 1st.
Senator Bassett says the law waa
amended at the last session of tbe legis
lature. Ue is of the opinion that prairie
chickens may be killed September 1st,
under the amended law, but as it waa not
hia bill, he la not sure.
Tbe law regarding the killing of wild
ducks, brant, geese or water fowl speci
fies tbe period between April 15 and Sep
tember IS. at which it is unltwful. Tbe
law la very strict about the manner in
which water fowl are bunted. Any sort
of a snare or device is unlawful beyond a
simple covering of reeds. Swivel guns
are unlawful, and it ia also unlawful to
shoot ducks or geese between sunrise and
An important section of the amended
fish law of the stale is:
'.That it shall be unlawful for any per
sons to catch or kill any fish with any
seine or any other device ued as a seine,
in or upon any of tbe rivers, creeks.
streams, ponds, lakes, sloughs, bsyous.or
olher watercourses wholly within or run
ning through tbe state of Illinois; nor
shall tbe meshes of a wire basket or trap.
or any device used for catching fish in
such waters not above prohibited. except
for catching minnows for bait, be less
than two inches square: Provided, bow-
ever, that the seining shall be lawful and
allowed between tbe first day of Jul?
in each year and tbe first day of
April In tbe following year, wlih seines,
tbe meshes of which shall not be
less than two inches square, in- sucb
rivers or streams aa are used for naviga
tion wholly within tbe state, and not
above or beyond any private or corporate
dam on said rivers or streams, and also
in tbe navigable bays or lakes connected
with such navigable streams wholly with
in the state, and not extending beyond
the overflowed bottoms of sucb rivers or
streams. Provided, also, that it shall be
lawful for tbe fish commissioners, or per
sons authorized by tbem, to take fih in
any way at any time they deem best for
tbe purpose of propagation or distribu
tion. It shall be unlawful for any per
son to knowingly buy, aell or have in
possession any fish at any time which
shall have been caught, taken or killed
contrary to tbe provisions of this act, and
any person so offending shall be dtemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and fined as pro
vided in tbia act."
HlLLXDALK. Aug. 13.'
Threshing mschines are abundant
nearly every farmer in this vicinity has
Mr McBrootn and Hiss Dramer, of
Oenexeo, who have been witb a camping
patty near Joslin, came up on a visit to
Mr. Geo. McMurphy last week.
We learn that Capt. F. E. Burridge
and Billy Rush have resigned from the
Erie base ball club. Tbeir poor playing
caused dissatisfaction with tbe club.
J. F. Mill and A. E. De unison were
tbe recipients of some very fine bouquets
last week from a couple of young ladies.
Sunflowers were the predominating fea
ture. There was a verv pleasant sociable at
the residence of Mr. G. W. McMurphy
last Tuesdsy evening in honor of Miss
Nora McMurphy and her cousin. Miss
Bessie Robinson, of Wisconsin.
There was a happy surprise partv on
Miss Kaie Brecker last Wednesday eve
ning. Tbe evening was eniovablv spent
with games and music. A bountiful re
past waa served at midnight.
r. 11. Buckley is tbe most enthusiastic
democrat in Rock Island county. Last
i nursuay mgni a ten pound democratic
boy arrived which makea the eighth.
and every one solid democrats. Caeoe
Creek ia surely a democratic town berej
MaM ! ike Wu.r
Owing to several steamers bavlas: b
stranded in tbe Mississippi lately, inqui
ries have frequently been made reltVfe
to the past stsges of low water. -The
following data have been ptepareq jjby
Obsetver Fitzgerald frmtbe record of
tbe U. S. signal office at Davenport,
which show that during eight different
years the water bas been Jower that the
lowest for tbe present year, though Jit did
not remain low lor so loDg a time: j
Nov. S. 17V
Jan. 14. K
ipt. IS. 1
ept IS. I7
.Sept. 3U. lT
Aug. X. I ml
Nov. IS. 1HS8
Ore. a. IMK4-
Ore a. mxs
Not. W, 114
A of. Id. !?
Itec. K4, 11
Am a, wn
" It. "
A Harae'a Hiraaare Ss"lrartaa.
One of Carae &. Oblweiler'a gray horses
waa hauled to the bone yard last even
ing. Tbe horse was let out in tbe yard
witb other horses for the night. When
the driver went to hitch him up in tbe
morning the animal did not respond to
hia call. It waa afterwards found that
one of the bind logs waa broken wheth
er by a kick or otherwise ia not known.
Tbe firm consulted vertinsry surgeons
without encouragement or relief. Mr. J.
F. Ohlweiler ended tbe animal's misery
by shooting it, which was done with re
lunctance, a aigh and regret.
Hala aa Boany la Old Aft.
What ia more beautiful than an old
tree clothed witb an ample robe of ver
dure T Aptia tbe comparison between
such a growth and an old man or woman
infused with health and vigor. Tbe fine
Sua sum, tbe Indispensable condition of
vigorous youth, robust manhood and a
verile old age, ia Bound digestion. With
out this life ia shorn of tbe hearty zest
that should attend it. No more benefi
cent and agreeable contributor to tbe at
tainment of a bale old age, and efficient
means of counteracting .tbe infirmities
that too often attend life's decline, can be
found than Hoatetter'a Stomach Bitters.
Dyspeptic symptoms, a tendency to kid
ney complaint, nervous inquietude and
rheumatic trouble are overcome bv ita
use. - Tbe effect of exposure and over
work are nullified by it, and it affords
efficient protection to ail subjected to
maiartai mnuencea. Uive it a thorough
trial. " .
The Crown dining ball No. 1703 Sec
ond avenue, ia bow ready t famish you
tbe beat meal In tbe city fi 35 cent. -
A-1. Huesinc. real estate and insur
ance agent. Office No. 1103 Second ave
nue. Rock Wand. . .
But Mercer county coal of E. B. Mc-
Kown at his new coal ) ard corner of
Fifteenth street and First avenue.
The Royal Insurance ccmpanr. of Eng
land, baa the largest aut plus of any fire
insurance company in the world. A. If.
Uuesing. agent, office N . 1608 Second
avenue. Rock Island.
Insure in the Boylston Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mass,, organised 1872. As
sets aearlv $1,000,000. E. W. Hurst,
agent. Office over Rock Island National
Modern Haass I ar Sal
On monthly installments by Guyer &
Barta Babeoek. ItoaOsts.
No, 1734 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the nttunil teeth and
inserting teeth without p ales.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time.
with six percent per an sum. to any one
wishing to build this summer.
Ta the Watch lower.
Cars run to Black Hawk'a Watch
Tower every thirty mil utes on Sunday
afternoons and hoi id i vs. and spcial
trains to accommodate picnic parlies.
Telephone to the street car barn to com
plete arrangements for special trains,
arsty oa Beads
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, anil who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obi gallons as bonds
man, should apply to tbe agent of the
American Surety Co., of -New iork.
General Insurance Agent,
Bock Island. El.
Hark! barkl lis SOZOIK)NT Icry.
Haute youths and maideas, come and buy.
Come, and a secret I'll t nfold.
At small exense to young and old.
A charm that will on bcth bestow
A ruby lip, and teeth lit.e anow.
Tbe sword fish ought to have no diffi
culty in cutting a way f r himself in this
A Ortat tai
Is in store for all '
Balsam for the Throa
vho, use Kemp's
. and Lungs, the
great guaranteed reme
believe that it is
merits. ami that I
authorized by tbe
wonderful remedy '
sample bottle free? 1
cure acute or cbroi
druggists sell Kemp's
bottle 50 cents and 1.
ly. Would you
sold on its
ny druegist is
roprietor of Ibis
o give 'you a
t never fails to
ic coughs. All
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of tbe coraplexior , ue only Poz
zoni's Powder; there ia nothing equal to
Pocket Match Safe Tree to Cmeksra cf
Dr. C. McLane1; Celebrated
A few doses taken 1 1 the riqht time
will often save a sever spell of
. I r- i . ' -.
aivsjicss. rnso wny ( J cenis ai
any drug store. E e euro and see
that Dr. C. McLANE'S CELE
BRATED LIVER PILLS. FLEM
ING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa., is
on the box. Kono i Lher ia Genuine.
Oae IVORY POLRSH tor ths Teeth,
1 Puma this Biuth.
le Great Restorer!
1HE MEDICINE WHICH CURES,
This is a Medicine that Conquers
and Eradicates Disease.
"It is the most Remarkable Develop
ment of this Age of Progress
A little iDTp.tigation lll mnvinre yn tht
mnrb a. if rlaimed for TLB 0BEAT BEST0E
B the half i. nnt told.
!.. IH From hteer form of com'
plaint-whatever malady Here Is Your
'' cir. alar containing a binnrr of this Woa
DtarCL Rcsidt, and aoae rvmarkahle ktlrre
rmni wople well known, ldra a brlow.
The Grral LVstorrr Ibrmaropiai Wtris,
iHttO Portland A cm Minne sinnlisv Winn
tiTice $!.M)prr hot! e. For tale by crog-
Va. Rcaaru. Jtrucc, o' the Arm or Xynck &
Henderson, Fort Smith, Ar sari be wishes to add
his testimoo to tbe tbooa jula which have already
been given aa to Swift S, ific Ue aars he do
rived the most signal bene It from iu k to rare
painful bofla and son im king from iminre blood.
44 Swirr'i Snanc is a ircat bkUnc to haman-
Itr," aaya lb. P, . Gordjo, of 725 Broad etnet.
ahrUle, Tens., "far a cored me of rheumatism
of a very bad type, with wl ich I had been troubled
for three or four years. S. & S. cared me after I
had erhanrtrd everything be.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases maDed free.
InpwM a xniliaot tn nnm to th tkia. A.
I mow ail tHmitW. frmnkb aM rfiiirainntin r.
I sale by all ntiM4nul-tt ornutal tor a) eta.
PEERLESS DYES best
For LLA( K KTiM'hlAtlH.
MnH la 4 Cetera that neither
Mi bv Xrraggista, Alse'
Prerlev Broare Pain. 6 celora,
Pee leaf Latmdry Hluinf.
Peerless ink Powders 7 eolorl.
" T 'hrr tHiriifsiPiisin.
m-i-wm b. no evevtoas sane.
' 1 1 r'wT
Tk la powder never varies. marvel of parity,
Uecfrth and wbolesomeaeas; more eeoBomy
taaa the ordinary Kinds, and cannot he sold by
competition with the maltitndeor lowteot, abort
weight alam or phosphate powders. floU ewJ ta
rant. RrtTaL Baaino fowoaa Co., IDS Wall St.
ALK OF RKAL KsTATK.
By virtue of an order and decree of the Counts
court of Knrk Island county, lllinol, msde on tbe
lielitmnof the anrterriimeiL Abraham Merchant,
administrator of theestateof Marirsret J. Hears,
deceased, for leave to sell the real estate of said
deceased, entered at the Jalv term, A. l. 1. of
said court, lo-wit : on the ltiih day of Jnlv, !, I
hall on the l.Sth dav of Ancust next, at tbe boar
of 2 o'clock In the aftrrnoon of said dsy. sell at
public sale, at the Msnraret J Sears homestead,
west of Black Haw k's watch tower, in said county,
the real estate described as follows, to-wit:
Bremninc at the center corner of section 14,
lowurhip 1; north, la rang- S west of the 4th P.
M ; tbi oce eastoo the half-section line 13.21
chains; thence south at right angles 8 chains to
Ko'k river; I hence west with said river to a point
where tbe half section line running north and
south Ihnuirh said section iniersects said
river; thence north on ssid half sec
tion line to the north side of Tower street
lathe town of Sears; thence somb 693 west
alone tbe north side of said Tower street M
chains; thi-nc north parallel with the balf sec
tion line (var. T 40 ) 6 hi chains; thence east
i. IS chains to a point oa the half section line en
feet south of said center corner; thence north St)
feet to the place of hee-innlnf: exceptlnr ant re
semnK therefrom the lands heretofore eonvevrd
totheKork Island t'ottoo ManufaclurinK tom
pany and also the lands heretofore conveyed to
Kichard Mansill l" . by deeds reoorded ieaee
tu rljr in hook MI of deeds atpaireSTl.andbook MoT
deeds at page JW of the records of said Kock Isl
and county, said tract rontaimne 9 60 acres more
or less ; alro kits I. s, and S in block 10 in the Una
of Sears; also acredesrnhed as follows, Uvw t:
BcfinninK feel west of the S section, corner
on the east ride of the northwest quarter of sec
tion 14. township IT north, ranee 3 west of the 4th
f. M. rnnnins thence south IIS feet; thence west
:IM feet to the southeast corner of the old grave
yard ; thence nort h 1 1'i feet ; thence west lVh Iret ;
thence south IIS feel to the southwest corner of
the old grave yard; thence we I 3ii feet; thence
north SVi feet to the south line of Kodman s land ;
then re east -JrWV feet ; thence south l.ti feet to
the place of beg-inninir. in Kock Island county.
Illinois, on tne following terms, 10 wit :
Une-half in cash te be paid on the confirmation
by tbe court ef the report of sale; the baiaocv on
a credit of 13 months, the purchaser to eive bis
note at S per cent interest with approved secu
rity and morteace on tbe premises sold 10 secure
ltated this lbta day of Jnly. A. TV
Administrator of tbe estate of Maryaret J. Sears,
AD4IK Plkassjits, Attorney. 1u1t17hJIw
STATE OF IU.XOIS, 1
Kock Island County, "
To the September term, A. D. of tbe Circuit
court In Chateery.
Edirar DeKorest Kolsom and BriJset Bnvirrick,
complainants, vs. laxarus Lowrv. Knulr N.
Lowry,;and Marshall Field. Lorenzo 4. Wood-
bouse, Joseph N Field, Marlon it. Hipcnhot
tom, !hn Q. MrVfilliam. partner as Marshal)
Field A Co.. Albert A. spraaue. CMho 8. S.
Sprane and Exra J. W arner. partner a
Sprasur, Warner A Co., Clement Baine A Co ,
V) inoua M ill Company, John 11. Lowry, de-
lenuanis 0111 10 roreciuee.
To the above named defendant, the Winona Mill
A ffldavit of your non-residence havine been filed
in tne omce or tbe clerk of said circuit conn,
notice is hereby riven to too. the Winona Mill
Company, that tbe above named complainant
have filed in said court their bill of complaint
aa-ainst yon on the chancery side of said court;
iui a summons in cuancery nas Keen issued in
said cause aiainst yon letnmahle to the next
terra of said circuit court to be be run and holdea
at tbe court bouse in the city of Kock Island la
said count v. on lbs first Mondav of September.
A D. 1W, at which time and place you will ap
pear and plead, answer, or demur to raid bill of
complaint, tr you see fit.
Kk Island, 111., Jalv S3, A D. 1.
GEllktiK VV. GAMBLE.
Clerk of said Court.
SwHKir A Walker, Soi'rs for compll's. dtw
ptatk of Illinois"
Kock IsLaanCofHTT. -
In the Circuit Conrt, S. pterober Term, A. D. 13S.
Cornelius H. Smith v. the Tnknown htirs of
Mason Fitch, deceased In Chancers
A mdavit that the names of tbe unknown heirs
of Mason Fitch, the shove defendants, are un
known, hartne been filed tn the clerk's office of
the circuit court of said conntv, rotice Is there
fore hereby eivrn to the said defendants that tbe
complainant filed hi hill of complaint in said
court, oa the chancerv side thereof, on the Sd
day of July. !, and that thereupon a rummon
issued oat of said court, w herein said suit is now
pei.d lag. returnable on tbe first Mondav in the
moniat.1 September next, as is by law required
JZ2i- ""le-syou. the said defendants above
suit u. va s n 1
cea. snail pToT, Tli tvT al; ,"Jlllc ?rr
said circuit court on the first dav of (he next term
thereof, to he boldrnat H.fk fsland in and for
said conntv. on the first Monday in teptemher
ueai, anu piean, answer or demnr to the said
complainant s bill of complaint, tbe same and the
matters and thing therein rharsrd and staled
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
strains! you according to the prsver of said bill.
Kock )!and. 111.. Julv. . ls-n.
GKi. W. tiAMBLK. Clerk of sill Conrt.
ADIB PLCASAKTS, Compt Sorr. I4W
Kstate of William Farrell, deceased.
The undersigned havini; been appointed admin
istratnx of the estate of William Farrell, Isle
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Kock Island county, at
the office of the clerk of said court, in tbe citv of
Kock Island, at the September torrn.on the first
Monday in September next, at which time all
persona having claims atrainst said estate are no
tified and req nested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adlusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
pavmem to tne undersimed.
listed this ash dav of July, A. D. W.
CATHEKINIa B. FAKRKLL,
Wednesday and Thursday,
Aug. 20, 21 and 22.
- Admission 25 cents,
Game called at 3:80 p. at.
Comer Elm St. and Seventh Ave.
RUDOLPH HINCHER, Prop'tr
The Second Subscription Concert will
be held on
THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 15.
aTTbe finest earde in the tri-cities.
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: . rnTivxrttViva wnkw ass. mn-
LzJ inaiiM,. muL anatMns eMiwnfi at
list-tris. JLs hy dirrcuy C"wirli ail seak iism,rriar
h ujYVr-" kaaai aad'ViamwteivsrTli. tectna
Csrwnt xA-rfU iiMtanf r cf wk.Mlra a.sua aasaah.
Clnalial laassswatsoss all other Ma Wont iaani
anaaaauy cmsd ia tsraaaaoaaa. tleake paaaphMSe. Mama
at the head of Seventeenth street, which I will sell on
terms to snit purchasers.
These lots are in a beauti nl, healthy locality, and are
100 Per Cent Cheaper
than any lots now offered for sale.
tfPer8ons can buy these Lots and improve them as
cheap as they can pay rent. Apply to
Corner Eighteenth street and Second avenue.
COMFORTABLE avnd ELEGANT
For Sale bv Leadhts Dealers.
Iff d Solely ly TO EAEEEB, Trey, 11.7
J. M. HEARDSLEY,
1TTORXKT AT LAW Office with J. T. Kear
1 worthy, Srcotid Aveooe.
ITTORSKT AT LAW. Office In Rock Taland
LMaUona hank Building. Uock Itilaod, UU
. D. WEEN IT.
O. U VlLtll.
SWEEXET & WAL17ER,
ATTORNEYS AND tXCNSKLIX)RS AT LAW
CXbce ia Benfrstoa'a block. Uock Island, 111.
TTORNRTS AT LW-Loan monrv on pw
.ssfnritv. makssrolltf.ffiAr.a k..fUM., ai.a
ll It LvaUe, baokera. iMBce ia Poufflce' block.
THE DAILY ARM'S.
rHR SALE EVERT EVENING at Crsmptonn
iNrwasiaod. Plveecnte Htai.
D. S. H'. 1!CKEAX,
ARmrTKCT ANoSCPKRINTEVDHNT -Mate
office ttitcnsatU. Ohio; Branch office over
first National Bank, Rock Island. fit ly
ST. LUktrS COTTAUE HOSPITAL.
0 THIRD AVEXL'S, betwoen Tsr.th and
Bleveoth strceU. fj 14 if
WM. 0. KULP, D. D. S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
rM A SONIC TEMPLE,
Room M, T, aud 29,
Take ElcTator. DAVENl-OBT. I A.
WANTED RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
eliug salttsmen; poailx.us irrnianeut; siirc
Ial tnducrmenta n. w; fast sa-lling spocia'tii-s.
DoBt drlav; salarv from the start.
BBOW'N BROS Nnrserymen. Chicago. III.
SALESMEN WK WISH A FEW MEN TO
sell our good by sample to ihc wholesale and
retail trade; on salary; largest mannfacturer in
our line; inclose nc stamp; Waes per dav;
permanent po iiion; monev advanced for waces,
advertising. Etc. CKNTKNMAi. M'F'UCO.,
juno 17 Cincinnati. O.
Ty-ANTE D-AOENTS for onr NEW PATENT
i. rlrf-Prsa.f Kafes: iu iliiis: wriitlit 5iW
Iha.: rstall prirvl: others In pn,H.rtK.n. llirh
ejn award .silver medal (Vnlnninl KTposiih.n
st- Ue are not in the safe Ktrfwtve
aemturya-iveu. Aluiae tafe U tlnclnnaU, O.
fry f- TO SSO A SOSTU CAN BE M DR
tpi J working for ns; acres iruferred who
raa furnish a horse and frive their who'e time to
the basineas; spare moments may be profitably
employed also; a few vacancies In towns and
cities. B. r. JOHNSON A CO , llaiS Main hi.,
N. U. Please state are and business expe
rience Never mind about sending stamp for re
w. - a- -. aul 4oi
A EXTRAORDINARY OFFER-To all wam-
XXlns empluymenL We want live, enercslic
ajrents in every comity in the tinted States and
Canadwto sell 1 patent article of creat ntfriu ON
ITS MERITS. Aa article having no rortiortition.
and on which the arrnt i protected in ttie exela-
stve sale oy a aee4 civeo for eaeb anil cvt-ry conn
ty he may secure from ns. With all theae advan
tage to our agents, and the fact that it is kn article
I Dal ran oe sold id every boose owner, it rtnplit not
be necsaary to make "AN EXTRAORDINARY
OFFER" to secure rood arents at oncA but we
have concluded to make it to slihw. not (only onr
conaaence in tne merits or onr invention, pat in its
saiability oy any acenl that will candid it with
energy. u arents now at work are) making
from (ISO to fW a month clear, sad Oils fact
makes it safe for a to make our offer to all who
am out of employment. Any acenl that will give
onr business a thirty daya' trial and ftil to cirar
at least iuu in tins time, aaova am. bxpkxscs.
ran retura all goods unsold u ns aud we will re
fund tne money paid ror tnem. ao such em
ployerof agents ever dared to make such tilers.
nor would we if we did not know that we have
agents now making more than trouble thieamoutit.
Our lare descriptive circular explain onr offer
fully, and these we wish to send to everyone out
or em pi yment who will send ns three one cent
nostaira alamos for nostace. Send at once and se
cern the agency in time for the boom, and go o
work on the terms named in our extraordinary of
fer. Address at once, hitiohil movixtt Co.
514 HmithBeld BU, Pittsburgh, Fa.
HAS PTJRCIIASXD TH
: and bu remored to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
CatTHe solicits the trade long enjojed
bj bis predecessor and as many new
customer as wish to favor him with
St. Marys School,
A trvt-clas establishment, healthfully located.
conducted by I he officer who founded it. New
buildings, new furniture, tbe latest methods of
mental and physical culture : everything op to
the time. Industrial, special, and collegiate
lte al. V. W. LEFFIriUV ELJu, If.D,
Rector Dd Fonnder.
Refer by permission to the editor ot this paper.
Floaaptij and neatly eseeated by that Amos Job
fr8ac!Al attanUoa paid to CoaBJanrdal wxak
Accepted if Desired.
L - . W"
wesi secoaa Direet,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA,
Wall Paper, '
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than ever before.
Agonts for the world renowned
Victor Safety Bicycles.
JIIirarTTintWtl full l;nA nf lnu.d. .1 .
w heel costing from to . cheapest price
HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
th( rough manner.
T It thoroughly purines the air and
removes ail obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emil Koehler 'a
Price cents per box.
ratent. Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
Successor to Geo. Downing, Jr..
J J R
V. S H F, V.M. S.
Horary graduate and medallist or the Ontario
Veterinary College; member of Montreal Veter
inary College, and member of the Veterinary Med
leal Asociausf wlU treat on the laleat and moat
clentiDc principle all the disease and abnormal
renditions of the domesticated anl-nala.
Bxainlnationa, consultation and advice positive
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charges saoderato la ever case.
Office, residence and telephone call. Commer
cial hotel. Hoc Island. 111.
K II If
K It H
K It K
K K N
N K M
Skvkntkknth St., (upstairs.)
fell; HMSglVVU UUlV-
sal satisfaction Jn tbe
cure of Uonorrbcpa and
Ulert. I prearribe Hand
fed safe tn recommend-
tag It to all anrTerera.
i ir .CsrsilaI
. I airaeairayek
S : . i f rpwts Was?! )0 cay
NT V0AP iDdpleaatjt.jAVtlc
, Vi r JSC lf, . ' . WA . I Uae
N. K7. rAIRBANK
, J-V I M ; V II VI
-or X Gft(P S for yourself-
CLOTJOH & CULTON,
Embalming a Specialty.
No. 1805 Second avenne.
The finest carringpg and buggies in
the city can be had at any bonr
of the dy or night. . .
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
N.v 1916 Third Avj-nue.
r. c. hoppe,
STo. 1SOS Second AveM
Rock Island, 111.
SERVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
AJl klnda of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed .
Office and Bhop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
Ask your Grocer for the at.
"naclalUaa: Tn Cariaty OTsTtl"
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and iShop Corner Seventeenth 8t . . T 1, Tclind.
and SeTeath Arenue, I : JtvOCK lSiailU'
V All kind of Ardatlc work a specialty. Plan and estimate for all kind af bnilaiBS
furaisnea on application.
WL? M ' Santa
Zt 0., CHICAGO.
DAVIS & CO,
A compute stock cf
. Pipe, Brass Goolg, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc.
Sole A rrtii for
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We guarantee every one perfect. n will send Cup
Twtntjr day's trial, to rcspuufihle parties. '
Safety Heating Boilers, and Comrw.
tors for furnishing and laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First A vie.,
Rock Island, Illinois;
Telephone 1 1 . Residence Telephone ICO.
Fiornl Designs furnished.
Telephone No. 109a
0UCU1I JT0 liacVITa.
They ara best.
RnvCK IRLANT. ILL.
T ii Si Sill