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T1IE "ROCK ISTjAND AUG US, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1889.
INTERESTING TO PARENTS.
Tfee Mew ('palMrj' Kaaeatlea Law
WbM It rrevlaleae Are The
Tha Arooi baa heretofore spoken of
the new duties tbat devolve upon
the board of education In obedience
to tbe compulsory education act passed
by tbe last legislature and which went
Into effect July 1 . Tbe board at Its
Monday's meeting authorized the super
Intendent to make thorough Investiga
tion and report at the next meeting.
Tbe law Is of so much Importance to
parents and guardians that it Is pub
lished In order that it may lie carefully
read and studied:
Section 1. Be it enacted by tbe peo
ple of the state of Illinois, represented in
the general assembly: That every per
son having under bis control a child be
tween tbe ages of seven and fourteen
years, shall annually cause anon child to
attend for at leant sixteen weeks, at least
eight weeks of which attendance shall he
consecutive, some public day school in
the city, town or district, in which he
resides, which time shall commence with
the beginning of the first term of the
school year, or as soon thereafter as due
notice shall be served upon the per
son having such control, of bis duty un
der this act. For every neglect of such
duty, the person offending shall forfeit,
to tbe use of public schools of such city
or district, a sum not less than one nor
more than thirty dollars, anil shall stand
committed until such floe and costs of
suit are paid. Hut if the person so ne
glecting, shall show to the satisfaction of
the board of education or of directors
that such child has attended for a like
period of time, a private dty school, ap
proved by the board of education or di
rectors of tbe city, town or district in
which such child resides, or that instruc
tion has otherwise been given for a like
period of time to such child, in
tbe branches commonly taught in
the public school; or tbat such child
baa already acquired the branches of
learning taught in tbe public school; or
tbat his physical or mental condition, as
declared by a competent physician, is
such as to render such attendance inex
pedient and Impracticable, then such
penalty shall not lie incurred. Such fine
shall be paid, when collected, to the
school treasurer of such city or township,
to he accounted for by bim as other
school money raised for school purposes.
But no school shall te regarded as a
school under this act unless there shall be
taught therein in the English language,
reading, writing, arithmetic, history of
the United Slates, and geography.
2. It shall be tbe duty of the board or
education in every city and tbe board of
school directors in every school district,
to appoint one or more truant officers,
whose duty it shall lie carefully to en
quire concerning all supposed violations
of this act, and to enter complaint against
all persons who shall appear to be guilty
of such violation. It shall tie tbe duty
of said officer to arrest children of a
school going age, who habitually haunt
public places, and have no law
ful occupation, and also truant children
who absent themselves from school
without leave, and to place them in
charge of the teacher having charge
of the public school which the said chil
dren are by law entitled to attend. And
It shall be the duty of said teacher to as
sign ss id children to the proper clssses,
and to Instruct them in such studies as
they are fitted to pursue. Maid truant
officers shall have such compensation for
services rendered, under this act, as shall
be determined by the board of education
or the board of directors appointing such
officers, wbicb compensation shall lie paid
from the distributable school fund.
3 Any person having control of a
child, who with intent to evade the pro
visions or this act, shall make a willful
false statement concerning to age of inch
child, or the time such child has attended
school, shall, for such offense, forfeit a
sum of not less than $3 nor more than
$2l for tbe use of the public schools of
such city or district.
4. Prosecutions under this act shall be
instituted and carried on by the authori
ties of such boards, and be brought in
the name of the people of the state of
Illinois for the use or the school fund of
said city or township.
5. Police, municipal courts, justices of
the peace, and judges or the county
court, shall have jurisdiction within their
respective counties of the offences de
bd in this act.
Mr. Appelqaiat'aj Mm.
Editor A Bat's:
Hoc Island, Aug. 21 Having re
turned to the city altera few days' ab
sence, I notice in jmit vi w
Inst, an article signed by Mr.C. Hanson.
As there is always two sides to a ques
tion, it is well to bear them both. When
Mr. Hanson tells tbe public tbat I. in
1887, collected royalty for 250 plows at
fifty cents apiece, he Is not telling tbe
truth. I will admit that I collected in
1887 royalty for 215 plows at fifty cents
apiece, making a total of $107.51), which
I can prove by the books of the Globe
Plow company. As regar.ls to Mr. Han
son's law suits, I know nothing of tbem.
I learned after returning from the west
that Mr. Hanson bad troubled himself a
great deal, trying to take advantage of
my absence. In failing to do this, I sup
pose it made bim very angry, wbicb, of
course, would naturally follow. I also
admit that I collected $48 royalty from
Mr. Atwill, thus maklngatolal of $153..
50. Mr. Hanson should lie entitled to
one-balf of this royalty, but not until he
pays me $250thnt is onehalf of tbe
$500 tbat B. I). Buford beat us jointly
Now, Mr. Hanson, all that I ask of yon
is, to be fair and square, and don't go to
talking until you have some good reasons
to talk. As to keeping Mr. Atwill out of
jail, I have as yet failed to find any rea
sons why he should be there. Mr. Atwill
has always treated me as a gentleman.and
did perfectly right, under the circum
stances, in delivering the money to me,
as you ought to know.
Vladlratloa eYa t'hlrT.
This morning Chief of Police Frank
Eessler applied to Mayor Clsusscn for an
official investigation of bis accounts.
This was done because of the charges of
embezzlement made against him by cer
tain parties, charges which were absurd
upon their face but none the less damsg
ing if unrefuted, even considering their
source. Tbe committee appeared at the
police court this afternoon and overhauled
Mr. Kessler'i manifest. Tbey found bis
accounts in order, dating back to the day
ha was made chief of police 13 years ago,
after five years of faithful service aa a
patrolman. Every cent was properly
accounted for, and not the slightest foun-
uauua i or any aucn scanuaioua cnarge
was found. Tbe full committee, com
prising Aldermen Klein, Iteimers, and
Hath, made report fully exonerating Mr.
Kessler and excoriating the authors of tbe
sensational tale which would furnish
good ground for a libel suit. Daven
Frank Kessler la one of the best chiefs
of police in this part of the country as
his long period of service testifies. He
knows his duties thoroughly and is dili
gent, faithful and conscientious in the
discharge of tbem.
The dissensions and bickerings among
republican patriots are continually com
Ing to the surface, and some Interesting
developments regarding the boodle cam
paign carried on by the republicans last
fall are becoming quite numerous. , One
of the many instances is the dismissal of
Oen. Wm. E. Eates, of North Carolina,
from the railway mail service, the charge
being the misappropriation of republican
funds last fall. He was appointed a
division superintendent last April, and it
was thought at the time that he was ap
pointed for the purpose of organizing an
Allison machine out of the ruins of the
old Sherman machine in the south. The
republicans bad great hopes of carrying
North Carolina on the internal revenue
question last year. Frank Milling Leach,
tbe private secretary of Boss Quay, was
sent to North Carolina last October to
take personal charge of the republican
campaign In that slate. He carried $30,-
000 with him out of the republican na
tional boodle fund to grease the logs of
According to Leach's story, be placed
the money where it would do the most
good, ne rendered an Itemized account
to Quay andClarkson about a month ago
and charged that he gave $5,000 to Oen
Eites to be spent in one congressional
district. Leach charged that Estes put
this money in his pocket and did not
spend a cent of it for the purpose for
which It was meant. Estes flatly denied
having received a rent from Leach. A
painful question of veracity arose. Clark
son ordered an investigation, and sent a
couple of trustworthy poslofflce officials
to North Carolina at public expense to
make the investigation. Clarksotra men
reported that Estes did not spend any
of the money and Leach had some
proof that he gave tbe $5,000 to Es
tes. Tbe Question was narrowed to a
question of veracity between the two
men, and finally Leach's word was ac
cepted as the truth. Clarkson, acting-postmaster-general
in the absence of St.
John Wanamaker, summarily dismissed
Etes There were no charges affecting
his official conduct. It was in fact ad
mitted tbat Etes performed bis official
duties fairly well. He was fired because
he put $5,000 in his pocket instead of de
bauching the suffrage with it, as thoee
who furnished the money intendt d.
This is a specimen of civil service re
form under Harrison. Estes has many
friends among tbe North Carolina crowd
and they are Indignant a his dismissal.
Farmers in various parts of the country
are considerably troubled over the ap
pearance of hydrophobia among their
stock . Several farmers in LoClaire town
ship have noticed their cattle to act very
queer lately becoming so mad that it
was dangerous for anyone to go near
tbem. Last week Matthias Proudfoot, a
farmer, went oi't into bis cattle yard and
ooe of his best cows bellowed, pawed the
ground a moment, then ran at him In the
most savage manner. Mr. Proudfoot,
unable to get out of the way. was
knocked down and trampled over by tbe
maddened bovine. Had the animal not
had such large, angular horns, it is very
probable Mr. Proudfoot would have been
gored in a fearful manner. He was
greatly bruised as a result of tbe encoun
ter, but will be able to be around in a
few days. Tbe cow has since died. A
few days later Mr. Proudfoot's dog went
mad and fterward died. It is believed
tbst the dog and cow were bitten by a
mad dog in tbe neighborhood. Some
farmers hive also lost hogs by hydropho
bia. A number of cases of cattle and
horses going mad have been reported
from the upper end of Rock Island coun,
ty, at different times this summer.
A member of the day patrol of the po
lice force rushed hurriedly into a business
house on Second avenue the other day
for the purpose of telephoning an impor
tant message across the river. On re-
1 m " tk. r ll;
heard as his portion of an amusing dia
logue: "Uellol is this central? Well.
ring off. and give me Davenport, quick
nellol is this Davenport quick?
Hock Island, still? Didn't I tell
you to ring off and give me Davenport
By this time the blue coat was en
raged, and hanging up tbe phone, started
out of the store, a he averred, to reach
Davenport from some other store.
where "the central would ring off
when he told her to." How he succeeded
in getting Davenport in tbe means he
proposed, or how quick he got "Daven
port, quick." is only known to tbe police
brought a multitude of ills upon buman
ity, so saith the ancient; but a bottle of
Suzodont is a well-spring of joy in the
family. It refreshes the invalid bv
cleansing his mouth and flu the belle for
Hay Fever Baffsrar.
The number of people annually af
flicted with this most annoying maladv
seems to be greatly on the increase.
The editor of this journal is an
annual victim, and, with a view to dis
cover a specific cure, has tried numerous
remedies. Of these Ely's Cream Balm is
by all odds tbe quickest and most satis
factory, two applications usually allay
Ing tbe usual symptoms in the nose and
eyes. We would recommend its use by
all sunject to hay fever, and we gladly
bear unsolicited testimony to its efficacy
in ourown case. Media, Pa.,
A male partridge hatched out a nest of
ben's eggs on a plantation at Irwtnton,
Oa. Biddy had laid the eggs in tbe
woods and abandoned them.
Who of us are wunout trouble be tbey
small or large? The blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in pain. A backing cough, a aevnrk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
very troublesome; but ail of these may be
quickly and permanently cured by Dr.
Bigelow'a Cure. Safe and pleasant for
ohildren. Price 60 cents.
Tbe"word-flsh ought to have no diffi
culty ia cutting k way for himself in this
Pond's Extract naad fort enara hv
phvsicfans and tbe neoDle for nain and
inflammations. This success stamps
every bottle of the genuine.
port about town
for tbe threat and
e troubled with
coughs, sore throat, t
and consumption, I
my druggist will
free of cost. It is
i and cure. The
give you a trial bottle
guaranteed to reliev
large bottles are 50c a
A colored man at Albany. Ga., bus
served no less than tventyioiie terms In
jail for fighting.
In the pursuit of tho gooa things of
his world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and i wectness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results ob' ained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidniy and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, ft sure i ure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents of
Traveling ktsn 8mok and Rceomrceud
SWIFTS SPECIFIC In a simple Tcrrtalile com.
pound prrparrd from roots f rrsh from the forest s.
The formula was olilaiiHil from the Ortifc Indians.
It has been used sine 1829, aud has been the pri-at
est bWeamg to mankind in curing discamn of the
blood, in many Instances i fter all other ram-du-s
had fulled. If you have w have hail any lilood
trouble, do not fail to aeml for Trcuuae vu Uloml
and blun Iiuessta, mailed I "pe.
Tna Swirr fipirrrro Co , Drawer S, Atlanta. Ga.
On the St 'amer
GOLDEN GATE !
Saturday, Aug. 24, 1889.
Round Trip Tickets, : $2.00.
The homt will leave Ro-1. 1-laml at 9 a. tn. sharp
and return Sunday evening. Ho. I v. II arrive at
llurlineion at 4 p. m. Sati relay and leave thera ai
S o'clock on Monday eorr.inc
This excursion will tie t'ie event or the season
in thai line. o stron? dr na to In- mid on the
boat. All kinds of refreshments can be had on
tbe boat for those who wish them.
Come One! Comk All!
and hare a (f xl time.
rhis w U be the onl excursion this season
to burlinplon Tickets an be obtained at the
Diamond Jo office, or H. i. Wage's restaurant.
No. lbl.S becond avenue.
flu tat Restorer !
THE MEDICINE WHICH CURES.
This is a Medicine that Conquers
and Eradicates Disease.
"It is the most ItemarkaMe Develop,
ment of tbts Ago of Progress
A littla Investigation -vlll convince von that
much as is claimed for TdK OBI AT BfcSTOH
1K the half ia not told.
1.AIH KM From whitever form of com
plaintwhatever malad. Here is Your
hor can ulara containlni a history of this Won
nrariiL RraEOT, and a me remarkable letters
from people well known, address as below.
The Grrat Efstortr Pharmaropial Works,
18m Portland Avenue, Minneapolis. Minn.
rSfFrice f!.50 per nolle. For sale by oruje
Riau. fJU AN JKKT POTIOE.
STATE OF ILLNOI3, 1 .
Hock Island County, f
To tbe September term, A. D. 1 of the "circuit
court In Char. eery.
KUnar Deforest Folsotn and Bridaet Broderic.k,
complainants, vs. La: arns Lowry. Kmily N .
Lowry, nd Marshall field. I-oreiin W . Vtood
houae, Joseph N Field, Harlow U. llieetibot
tom, John U. McWillia ns, partners as Marshall
Field A Co.. Allien A, Hpratfue, (it ho 8. .
bprague and Ezra J. Sarner. tuirtners as
Hpragiie, Warner A Co , Clement Baine ft Co..
wmoua aim coin pan:', Joiin a. i.owry, de
fendant - Bill to Forei loaa.
To the above named defendant, the Winona Mill
Com pan v:
Affidavit of yonrnon-n sidence havint; been filed
hi the office of the clerk of said circuit court,
notice is hereby given to you, the Winona Mill
Company, tbat the abo 'e named complainants
Save Bled in said conr . their bill of complaint
attslust you on the chao-ery side of said court;
that a summon in Cham erv haa been issued in
saia cause apainst yon tetnrnahle to the next
term of said circuit couit to be tx-unn and holden
at the court bona tn tbi city of Kock Island In
saiu county, on tha Brt Monday of September,
A 1). lHtW, at which timo and nlace von will an
pear and plead, answer, or demur to said bill of
complaint, ir yon see at.
Kock Islaud. 111., Jul) ?. A. D. 1889.
GEU1.UB VT. GAMBLE,
Clerk of said Conrt
BwisMcr Walker, Sol'rs forcomplt'a. d4w
STATE OF IlAINOIttT I
Hoc. Island County. (
In tbe Circuit Court, September Term, A. D. 18SS.
Cornelius H. Smith vs the Unknown heirs of
Mmod Fitch, decease!. In Chancery.
A ffldavit that tbe nam of the unknown heirs
of Mason Fitcb, the ab rve defendants, are uu
known, havlnn been diet! In tbe clerk'a oftl of
tbe circuit court of said county, notice la there
fore nereny (riven to the said defendants that the
complainant Bled bia bill of complaint In said
court, on tbe chancer ride thereof on the txii
day of July, law and tbat thereupon a summons
issued oat of said conrt wherein said suit is now
pend iag. returnable on tbe first Monday In the
niouiu vi Bepieraoar ne) t, as is bv law required.
Mow, unless yon, tho said defendants above
named, tha unknown heirs of Man fitch, de
ceased, shall personal! r be and appear before
said circuit court on tbe first day of the next term
thereof , to be boldenat Rork Island in nud for
said county, en tha flnt Monday in September
next, and plead, answ r or demur to the said
ompiainant a bin or cut lplalnt, the same and the
natter and things Che rein charged and slated
will be taken aa confeard, and a decree entered
affainat yon according tc the prayer of said bill.
Kock Island. 111., July. S3. 1MM.
GEO. W. GAM) ILK, Clerk of said Court.
ADtia PLSABAjm, Of mpt's bol'r. dtw
; Guaranteed Investments
MAD I OH
We confine our xana to Improved
Farms is tbe i afest counties of
''Iowa, and on request
Prompt payment of principal and interest
BLEINJ A HIRSCHL, .
It is tbe current re
that Kemp's Balsam
lungs Is tasking some
with people who at
Tt la powder never vanes. A Barrel of pnrtty,
sirenptu and wholesomeneee; more economy
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold by
competition with tbe multitude of low test, short
weight alum or phosphate powdera. Mold
ram. nori hakim iowdb Co., lus wsu ei
A GENTS WANTED THREE FIRST-CLASS
a. agents for Davenport, Hock Island and Mo
line. Somethieg new; sells on sight;) liberal
terms. Address 209 W. Third St , Davenport.
WANTED RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAY
eling salesmen; positions permanent; sieC'
ial inducements now; fast selling specialties.
Don't delav; salary from the start.
BROWN BROS., Nurserymen, Chicago, ni.
QALESMEN WE WISH A FEW MEN TO
S-Jfell onrKooda by sample to Ihe wholesale and
retail trade; on salary; largest manufacturers in
our line; incl.ieeKc stamp; wages $3 per day;
permanent po iiion; monev advanced for v. ayes,
advertising. Etc. CENTENNIAL. M F'G CO.,
j""" Cincinnati, .
A AZ? ''-AtJKNTS for onr NEW PATENT
ill . ... S.HMI; weigfit Sou
ins. . reiarl prieeftt: oilier in pro.irtion. llleh-
..,..-r ninuii lenieunial : position.
Kare cbane: permanent hnnine. nir prlrea
lowest, vve are nol in the safe pool. KxrluHlve
territory given. Ali.nir m,fi, fo..'incinuaU, u.
trrc to ave.10 a month can be made
P I - working for ns; aeenis preferred who
can rnrnisn a norse and give tneir whole time to
the busineas; spare moments may he profitably
employed also; a few vacancies in towns and
cities. B. F. JOHNSON A CO., 1IMI9 Main St.,
N. B. Please sjatp ape and business expe
rience Never mind about sending stamp .for re
plv. B.F.J. A Co. ai14-6m
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To all want
mi; employment. We want live, energetic
agents in every county in the I'nlled States and
I 'anada to sell a patent article of great merit, ON
ITS MERITS. An article having no competition,
and on which the agent is protected in tbe exclu
sive sale by a deed Kiven for each and every conn
ty hemay secure from us. With all these advau
tugio our agents, and the fact tbat it is an article
that can lie sold to every bonse owner, it might not
be r.-cessary to make "AN EXTRAORDINARY
OFFtR" to secure good agents at once, but we
have concluded to make it to show, not only onr
roiiBdence in the merits of o jr invention, but in its
salahility by any agent that will handle it wltta
energy, in agents now at work are making
from 150 to $ m a mouth clear, and this fact
makes it sate for ns to make our offer to all who
are out of employment. Any agent that will give
our business a thirty days' trial and fill to clear
at least (Iml in this time, ahovb all bxpknhks,
can return all goods unsold to ns and we will re
fuud tbe money paid for them. No snch em
pkiyerof agents ever dared to make such t iters
nor wonld we if we did not know that we have
agents now making more than uonhle this amount
tiur large descriptive circulars explaiu our oiler
fully, and these we wish to send to everyone out
ofempl ymenl who will send us three one cent
posture stamps for postage. Send at ouce and se
cure the agencv in time for the boom, and go to
work on the terms named tn our cxtraoidinary of
fer. Address at once, Natiohil Novsltt Co.
514 Smitbficld St.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
A. D. HUESING.
Represents, among other time-tried and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England
Wesrhester Fire Ins. Co., of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo. N. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Roch'r N.Y
German Fire Ins. Co.. of Peoria, III.
Citizens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Exchange Fire Ins. Co., of New York.
Offlre No. 1608 Second Ave.,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAS PURCHASED TDK
and has removed to
Tti-l Awe., and Tenth St
tSPIIe solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
Wednesday and Thursday,
Aug. 20, 21 and 22.
Admission 25 cents.
Game called at 3:30 p. m.
Corner Elm St., and Seventh Ave.
UUDOLPn HINCHER, Prop'tr
The Third Subscription Concert will
be held on
FRIDAY EVENING, AUG. 23.
MTThe finest garden in the tri-cities.
PEERLESS DYES best
1'ar ltl irw KTIU'llMM.
Mnde la -t A 4'olors that neither
rtuiat, W eak Oat Ner Fade.
Bold by Druggists. Also
Pcerlev Bronze Paints 6 ookjrs.
Peerless I .sundry bluing.
Peerless Ink Powders J colon.
' Peerless Shoe ft Harness Droaiof.
cria egg j jrev -a coiura.
BlgO hsselven univer
sal SAllslaotlon In tbe
cure of Ounorrbcea and
Oleet. 1 prescribe it and
Xeel aaf e I n recow menc
ln it to all sufferers.
'-' ' Daeatur. Ill
arl : V(M Ke TmiretPt T
Hsvhkki ari-w-sv. wo previous exp
risiie rewired. Write for terms. I a.
JtUAtttt fe V., aTalaaaaaeMleav
f Csli " I
I yBsMsassie wuk is)
at the heat! of Seventeenth street, which I will sell on
terms to suit purchasers.
Monthly Payments Accepted if Desired.
These lots are in a beauti nl, healthy locality, and are
100 Per Cent Cheaper
than any lots now offered for sale.
t3fPersons can hoy these Lots and improve them as
cheap as they can pay rent. Apply to
Corner Eighteenth street and Second avenue.
Proprietor of the Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Has opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
f"Fresh Farm Produce always on hand
Mr emart di alrea s renewal of his old trade and will try and give patrons prices and treatment
or j itc
THE FOURTH AVE. HOTEL
has changed bands, hsring been leaed to
W. ,X. GAMBLE,-
who for many years was the efficient snperintendent of tbe Moline Hoc It Island Street Rail
way. Tne tiouee haa been thoroughly renovated and refurnished throughout and ill be
run strictly nrt-clas. hparial rates to city boarders.
Corner Fourth avenue and Twenty-third street. Bock Island.
COMFORTABLE and ELEGANT
For Sale by Leading Dealers.
IITd Solely ty TO. BASSES, Troy, 17.7
J. M. LKABliSLEY.
ATTORNEY AT LA W Office with J. T.
Aiwormy, i second ATenna.
ITTORHKT AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
L National Bank. Building, Kock Island, 111.
B. D. awiixiT.
SWEESEY k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND CorNSELIX)RS AT LAW
OlSce in Bengston's block, Bick Island, 111.
ATTORNEYS AT LW-Loans money oa awaf
security, mskes collect tons. Reference. MiLrkv
II Lynda, bankers, office In Foetofflce bloc.
THE DAILY ABGT&
Mews Staud. r We aenls per copy.
D. S. KIIICKEVAK,
ARfHITBCT ANOSUPKRINTKNDKNT. UatB
office (tucinnatcl. Ohio; Brandt ufflce over
First Nationul Bank, Rock Island. fM ly
8T. LUKE'S COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
ON THIRD AYK"CK, between Tentn and
Eleventh streets. feb 14-tf
WM. 0. KULP, D. D. S,
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Booms M, ST, tS and S9,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, IA.
V. S H F. V. 14. S,
norary graduate and medallist of the Ontario
Veterinary Oollesa; member of Montreal Veter
inary College, and member of the Veterinary Med
taal Association, will treat on the latest and most
sientlflc principles all the diseases and abnormal
endltlous of the domesticaled anlraala.
H laminations, couaultatkin and advice positive
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charges moderate tn every esse.
Office, residence end telephone call. Commer
cial hotel. Kock Island. 111.
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Sevehtketh St., (up stairs.)
m , hot in m n.w ianun
th r camtW nurpot. o Kit or
Ity dirrtiT ti.-uffK till tjreak part,rrwtor-
us BMLtia imfxtrvn)pUiOvir M MfMr Orn. WorIMiNpr
MUaavntl eurvU in thrsm troisthi hetMl pamphtst. atsuno
JOB PRINTINQ '
Promptly aad neatly exeoeted ey tae Aaevs Job
lOrSseclal aUeatioapaU to Commercial work
HOUSEKEEPERS for Soups Gravies Etc Convenient
tor NURSES with bolliiitr water a delicious BEEP TEA
is instantly provided. INVALIDS wUl find It appetizing,
fflylnK tone to the WEAKEST STOMACH. Guaranteed to
be PURE IIKKF ESSENCE. Put up In convenient pack
ages of both SOLID AM) FLUID EXTRACTS.
BY DRUCCISTS AND CROCERS.
West Second Street,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA,
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than ever before.
Agents for the world renowned
Victor Safety Bicycles.
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Also carry in stock a fall line of lower grade
wheels costing from t.V) to ton i'hn.t i.r.. .
-HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
Tit thoroughly purifies the air and
removes all obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emil Koehler's
Price CO cents per box.
Patent, Cast and Wrought .
Cheapest Fence in the world for real
dence and lots.
' .'Made any height desired.
J. E. DO WNING,
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Bncceasor to Geo. Downing. Jr,
. v " Proprietor.
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ClIAS. W. YERBURY, Manager.
The finest carriages and buggies in
tbe city can be had. at any honr
of the day or night.
L. O. SNIDER, Proptr,
No 1916 Third Avenue.
F. C. HOPPE,
A.U kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISL. N D, 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,
llin?AOT01KK 0Y OaUOKItl AID IISCflTJ.
" Ask your Grocer for Umss. They are best.
BWlpecUltles: TaaCkrlety TtTBB Save th Christ -WkWL"
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H. D. FOLSOM,
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Biailden
Office and Shop Comer Seventeenth St, . T? .l- Tel Hid
and Seventh Avenue, . I AVOCK
fcWAU Unas Of Artistic work a specialty. Plana and estimates for all kinds of building
DAVIS & CO,
A comi'lete slock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc.
. ' Sole Agents for
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SK3IIT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We gnsrantee every one perfect, and win s. ndonnj
Twi n ty day 'a trial, to rtepoucitile panif s
Safety Heating Boilers, and CoUrs
iors iot inrniehing and laying
. Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avk.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Te !ephane 1118. Res'.dcnoe Tclenbone Ut,
-Steam ! Gas Fitter-
' AND DEALER IS
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe.
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain TUn,
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
eSTBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished
Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1 isj.
Rock Island, 111.
Rock Island, 111.
1707 Second avenue, Rock Island
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