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THE - "HOCK ISLAND AllGUB, THURSDAY; AUGUST 22, 1889.
ELECTRIC 110ADS AND PARK.
What Haliae Katerprla U Afcaatta
iaaaarate"A IVtw Krk Hirer
Tbe Molloe Ditpatch of last evening
mads; the following announcement of
new enterprises ia .which that city is
about to embark:
We are now able to announce author
itatively that a syndicate of gentlemen,
mostly ihoae interested in the new elec
trie street railway projects on the bluff,
have cloned negotiations with tbe Fries.
estate for tbe purchase of thirty-fire
picturesquely located acres of land, known
as F rick's Orove, on the west side of
Frlck's Hill, and overlooking Rock rirer.
to be converted into a park, furnished
with a flee hotel, electric lights, and all
tbe paraphernalia to make of it a summer
resort, where one can spend tbe wbole
season, a week, or a few leisure hours of
an afternoon or efrrJiig. ' The price
agreed on is understood to be 250 an
We are also authorized to say that tbe
Central Street railway people, who have
secured th rictus cranted to the Peo
ple's, will extend tbeir lines thither, and
have already made arrangements with the
Hpeasue Electric company to make of the
whole system an electric railway thus
giving us electric cars to Fairmounl on
the southwest anil Mtewarlxville and
Frlck's Urove on the south. The con
tract calls for all ft this to he done by
September 2t)th. Two electricians of the
Sprague company are already here, and
the work will be txyun immediately.
This will make of tbe People's Lieht
and Fuel Company Power station, where
the street railway dynamos are to be lo
rated, an important Institution. The
more work this station has lo do, tbe
mote efficient service it ran give to its
patrons. It has plenty of borse power
Mrllliaat Mae Halt.
Such a game as that played by the Dav
enport and Quincy clubs yesterday is sel
drn witnessed on any diamond. It
brought forth an exhibition of skill and
the scientific elements of the national
gameasonnnot be excelled any when, and
being thus characterized was attended by
feverish excitement. Like the contest of
the previous day, the score was a tie at tbe
close of the game proper and two more
lively innings were necessary in order to
decide the Davenport victors by a score
of 3 to 2. Those two innings will not
soon be forgotten by any one whose good
fortune it was to witness them. Klopf
started in to pitch for tbe visitors, but
was spiked through tbe hand in tbe third
inning while sliding to second and was
obliged to retire. While this was a phys
ical misfortune, professionally it was a
lucky happening to him, as the
Davenports had just began .to fall
upon him unmercifully and he
would have thought less of himself
as a ball player had he staid in tfie game.
Fie was succeeded by Turner who put up
an elegant game, Kittridge supporting
him finely. Fanning displayed great
skill in tbe box for Davenport. Harring
ton caught until tbe fifth inning when be
had the same finger that was fractured
early In the season, again broken. Dr.
Eysler. of this city, who was present, at
tended him. Tbe injury will lay him up
for some time, and maybe for the re
mainder of the season. Scbildknecht
took his place and played brilliantly.
Tbe umpiring of MrUintiis was faulty In
that be permitted a numlicr of dirty plays
on the part of (juincy to go unnoticed.
The features were the daring base runs
ning of Nichols, of the Davenports, the
fielding of Kappttl, of Davenport, and of
Lauman, of (juinry. Tbe Davenport as
sociation bas signed Second Baseman
Kappel, late of the Columbus team, and
a brother to Davenport's present bard bit
ting right fielder anJ catcher, Joe Kap
pel. He is expected to report for duty
The sarue clubs are playing the third of
their series today.
Herat 'a Trrrlhlp S ale.
The Davenport litmncrat - (JaulU,
a,-eaking of the suffocation of Wm.
Hock, the Davenport laborer in a sewer
trench yastcrdsy afternoon as spoken of in
last night's Ak.u-s, ya the trench was
ten feet deep. None of tbe unfortunate
man's fellow laborers were immediately
at band, but 11 la supposed Uiml tMi waa
stooping down anil plaeing a piece of
sewer pipe- in position, when a small
fragment of the perpendicular sandy bank
broke off and fell directly upon him. At
any rate be was not missed, and a glance
at the trench in which he had been work
lug showed a pile of loose earth at tbe
bottom. He had been lying there sev
eral minutes. Willing bands soon thres
out the few shovelfulls of earth that cov
ered the man, but it was too late. Life
was extinct br suffocation. No marks of
any kind could be found upon bim. Tne
man was thirty-six years of age, and
leaves a wife and three small children.
Mala a Mtraanbaal 'aapaay.
Henry I. Brown has begun suit in the
district court at Davenport against tbe
lolcman s luitlierforu Steamboat com
pany, consisting of James, Andrew and
J. II. S. Coleman, for $Y(HM damages
He states in bis petition that on August
18, 1880, he became a passenger on tbe
learner Golden Gate which was under
the immediate charge and command of
James Coleman as captain. Mr. Brown
states that he boarded tbe boat at Iaven
port, paving his fare of fifty cents for the
round trip to Muscatine; that near tbe
landing at Muscatine the captain without
any provocation whatever maliciously as
aulled the plaintiff by seizing him by tbe
throat with great force, and while so held
in bis grasp kicked him in a vital part,
injuring him for life. He demands the
amount of damsges stated and the costs
of tbe suit.
;A Way Old S.lrl.
A a a
a very prepossessing young laiiy, as
those who saw ber thought, registered at
one of the leading hotel Iat week and
Saturday ordered a horse anJ buggy with
a driver. Boon arter leaving the hotel
be produced a pack aire of cigarettes and
while she smoked one banded another to
the driver whom she directed to atop at
several saloons on the way. After becom
ing flushed with liquor she was driven by
ber direction to East Dubuque. After
drinking at tbe bar abe took a seat at tbe
piano and played and sang. It is said, very
creditably. By tbe time abe reached the
hotel aain she waa very drunk and the
proprietor unceremoniously pitched ber
out. She alleges tbat she la a member of
a prominent St. Paul family and it ia mid
she came here to join Lily Clay's troupe.
She refused to pay tbe liveryman for the
buggy. Dubuque TtUgraph.
. ROUGH ON RANDALL.
The Urate Caaatjr Bar A apt Reaala-
tlaae af a Haaalllatlac Hi at a re Ta
waraa Daveaparfa Yeans Attaraey.
The Scott county bar held a meeting
yesterday afternoon to receive the resolu
tions of the committee appointed to con
sider and take action upon the. case of
John II. Randall, tbe young attorney of
Davenport, now neder bonds to the dis
trict court on the ground of extorting
money out of a Davenport saloon nnn.
under threat of a prosecutlan under
Iowa's prohibitory law. Among the res
olutions presented and received were
these, showing that Randall is quite like
ly to be debarred:
That said John II. Randall willfully
deceived bis client, one Sylvester Osborn,
and dismissed actions instituted by Os
barn without bis knowledge and contrary
to bis wishes, and in so doing, acted from
motives of interest to himself.
That said Jobn II. Randall by false
representations induced said Sylvester
Osborn to subscribe and verify a petition
against Moore Jt Hood for iraintaining a
public nuisance; that said Randall had no
intention of filing said petition in court.
hut prepared tbe same for the purpose of
extorting money riom said Moore & Hood
and dul by reason of tbe same extort
money from them.
lour committee believe tbe welfare of
the public an 4 preservation of tbe purity
of the bar demand that the license of
Jobn H. Randall to practice law be re
voked, and they recommend that the bar
take appropriate action in such direction.
Josi.in, Aug. 20.
On Friday next tbe Zuma Sunday
school teachers anil scholars will nave a
Judge Searle was visiting friend and
illuminating the streets of Joslin by tbe
beams from his smiling countenance on
Friday and Saturday last.
Jobn Osborn claims that no dispute
was ever settled by newspaper assertion
yet be has sent in another batch for pub
lication. Very consistent, isn't it?
We met our esteemed friend. Dr. Rel-
ter, at Joslin station on Friday last and
just as we expected, we found bis watcn
three minutes faster than standard rail
Were the judges at our last election
not of age so that they could speak for
themselves, tbat Jobn Osborne has to be
come tbeir unsolicited mouthpiece and
Tbe friends of Miss Grace Crompton
will be pleased o learn tbat she is at
tending a three weeks' session of the
teachers' institute at Sac City, Iowa. Tbe
teacher are graded and placed into
rooms according to ability.
Tbe concert at Zuma church last Sun
day evening was largely attended and
very interesting. There were readings,
recitations, essays and singing. A col
lection was taken up for tbe benefit of
tbe Freedmrn'i Aid society.
John Osborn'a silly and empty threat
with regard to slandering his personal
character bas already made him a laugh
ing stock. Wbat John has to guard
against is slandering himself: and fur
thermore, Jobn, it is not wbat we are re
pitted to be, but wbat we really are,
should concern us the most. We hope
Jobn's midnight essay was not written
under tbe influence of tbat stuff which he
found out "took money to buy." If it
was, John, it must have been very poor
whiskey. Tbe three cardina! principles
of life, as laid down by Blackstone, are:
First Live honorably; second Do no
man an injury; third Kender unto
every man bis due. I here is nothing
will beat a watch that is three minutes
fast when tbe object is to shut out dem
We have I teen at quite a number of
elections when tbe polls were closed, and
there never bas seemed to be any par
ticular hurry or haste in closing. The
remark has frequently been made, "wait
a little," so as to give any person pres
ent, or if any person was teen coming
tbat it was supposed wished to vote, to
give them an opportunity. And some of
these very republican judges at our last
election have constituted a portion of
said boards of election.
In a government "of the people, for
the people and by the people," casting a
ballot is considered one of the noblest
acta of a man's life. It must then be an
ignoble act for any person or persons un
ustly or unlawfully to interfere with or
prevent the casting of a ballot. And
whether such outrages occur in some pre
cinct in the state of Louisiana or in Jos
lin in tbe slate of Illinois, tbe perpetra
tors thereof should themselves be dis
We mH Mtiimt to our esteemed
friend Jobn Onltorn that lie purcfe
"Lord Chesterfield's Advice to His Son."
It is a valuable book to bave in the bouse.
It would show him how to act and behave
in company; how to write, how to speak
and when to abut up.
Mi ltcm in Pabvo.
Rapids Citt, Aug. 21.
Fine weather, but too cool for corn.
It. M. Mitchell is still very low, with
hopes, however for bis recovery.
Our postmaster sets up tbe cigars on
new postmaster. He bas two girls and a
Tbe Hampton constable passed through
here today with a prisoner captured near
Jobn Devinney starts lor tbe camp
meeting tomorrow with his family for a
few days' Slay.
FiBblog has not been very good here
this season, owing to a scarcity of min
nows for bait.
J. Shub, our blacksmith, bas a new aign
up. It is a stuffed "lagecr." so the boys
say, but it looks like a wild cat.
Tbe blackberry crop bas about reached
a finish. Very few are now to be found.
No year for a long time haa seen such a
Barber, of tbe Tri-city Time, comes
down occasionally after tbe latest news,
or else looking after some of our good
looking cirla. Which?
Wm. O. Cox, of this place, who last
winter and spring worked on an invention
of bis being a self feeder for a threshing
machine haa been trying it on his own
machine lately and reports it a grand
success. We are glad to know this, as
Will haa been hard at work on it and be
Grandma Mabala Wilson died at the
residence of her daughter. Mrs. It. M.
Mitchell, on tbe 17th, and was buried
from tbe Christian church Monday at 2 p.
m. She was seventy-six years old and
had spent a very useful life. Her sons
and daughters, with two exceptions, were
with her to the last. Her disease bad no
regular name, being from tbe Infirmities
of old age as much aa anything. Tbe
funeral waa largely attended, the inter
ment being in tbe city cemetery.
"Lost la Lawaaa "
Newton Beers' famous lyric spectacular
production, "Lost in London" is to be
presented at Harper's theatre Saturday
evening witn an ua gorgeous scenic ef
fects. AU tbe new scenery carried by
Newton Beers' "Lost In London" ia by
the celebrated New York artist, Lafay
ette W. Seavv, and will positively be
put up and used exactly as advertised.
LOCAL NOTICE i
The Crown dining ball, lfo. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready t furnish you
the beat meal in tbe city ior oceau.
A. D. Hucsing. real esta and Insur
ance agent. Office wo. I out i Second ave
nue. Rock Island.
' Buy Mercer county coal t f E. B. Me
tro wn at bis new coal yard corner of
Fifteenth street and First arenoe.
Tbe Royal Insurance com an v. of Eng
land, has the largest surpljsof any fire
insurance company In the a orld. A. D.
Huesing, agent, office No. 1908 Second
avenue, Kock Island.
Modsra Hons For Ills
On monthly installment bv Guyer A
Bank ft Babeoek, Dst tists.
No, 1724 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natt ml teeth and
inserting teeth without plat ;s.
Fourteen dry lota on foir years time,
with six percent per annua , to any one
wishing to build this sumrier.
Ts the Watch Tewsr.
Cars run to Black Htwk's Watch
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and spcial
trains to accommodate picnic parties.
Telephone to tbe street car barn to com
plete arrangements for spec ial trains,
arsty ea Bonds.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and a ho desire to
avoid asking friends to 'lecome their
sureties, or who may wii h to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent,
Rocl. Island. IH.
Self-Defeat Against a Da Karons Foe-
Forewarned is not fore am red in the case
of those who incur the rial, of an attack
from that dangerous foe, nalana, unpro
vided with a means of defense. But if
those in peril are aided, sustained and
reinforced with the great fortifyine safe
guard, Hostetter'a Ston ach Bitters,
miasma, prolific breeder of evils mani
fested in the shape of bilieus remittent
and chills and fever, ague cake, dumb
ague, and tbe e-alenttira of tbe Isthmus
and Central America coast, is nullified
and rendered harmless. Our western
pioneer settlers and minets, dwellers in
tropic lowlands, and visitors of and
dwellers in malarious localities in this
country and many quarter of tbe globe,
bave for years been acqua nted with the
fact and are constantly iTOVided with
this unparalleled defensive medicine and
remedy. All disorder of the stomach,
liver and bowels, rheumatic and kidney
comfdaints and rheumatism are conquered
During tbe recent commencement
season tbe gifts to colleges and other
educational institutions amounted to
Hay Fever BofTarnrs.
The number of people annually af
flicted with this most anniying roaladv
seems to be greatly on tbe increase.
Tbe editor of this journal ia an
annual victim, and, with t view to dis
cover a specific cure, has tried numerous
remedies. Of these Ely's Cream Balm is
by all odds tbe quickest a id most satis
factory, two applications usually allay
ing tbe usual symptoms in tbe nose and
eves; V e would recommi nd its use by
all subject to bay fever, and we gladly
bear unsolicited testlmonv to its eflicacv
n our own case. Media, IV,
Within two blocks of the most fashion
able residential portion of Kansas City is
a prairie dog town with tbr-e or four hun
Haws About Tov a.
It is tbe current report about town
tbat Kemp's BalHam for the throat and
lungs Is making some remirkable cures
with people who are foubled with
coughs, sore throat, astbn.a, bronchitis
and consumption. Any druggist will
give you a trial bottle free of cost. It is
guaranteed to relieve an 1 cure. The
large bottlea are 5(lc and ffl.
A Georgian eighty years old offers $5,-
K0 for a young wife. Tbo cost of wives
increases rapidly after a mun passes the
frisky age of sixty-five.
Who of us are wunout trouble be tbey
small or large? Tbe blestings of health
are best appreciated when we are aich
and in pain. A hacking c augh. a severk
cold, or any throat or line disease are
very troublesome; but all of these may be
quickly and permanently cured by Dr
Bigelow'a Cure. Safe acd pleasant for
wuara . i-rln IM omit.
James Tunny, of Boston, ia one hun
dred and two years old an 1 in tbe full
possession oi all bis iacul ies. lie was
born in Ireland.
brought a multitude of ills upon human
ity. so saitb tbe ancients; but a bottle of
Sozodont is a well spring of joy in the
family. It refreshes the invalid by
cleansing his mouth and fl s the belle for
Traveling Man Smoka and Bacommeud
-On the Steame'
GOLDEN GATE !
Saturday, Aug. 2-1, 1889.
Round Trip Tickets, : $2.00.
The boat will leave Rok Islni.d at 9 a. m. sharp
and re tarn Sunday evening. U-ml w.ll arrive at
Burlington at 4 p. n. Saturday nnd leava then at
o'clock on Monday morxiiig
This excursion will be the event of the season
in thai line. Mo strong drinks to be aold on the
boat. All kinds of refreshment can be had on
tba boat for thoae who wish then.
Comk One! Couk All!
and have a good th se
IfThis wlO fee the only exetralon this season
to Burlington. Tickets can be obtained at the
Diamond Jo office, ar H. 8. Wuge'a restaurant.
No. 1416 be con d avenue.
We confine our Loans to - Improred
Farms in the safest counties of
Iowa, and on re uest
Prompt payment f princit, al and interest
HEINZ & EIRSCHL,
Dtiv. lport, Iowa.
Ts I powder never vanee. A marvel or pnHty.
atvennh and srhnleeomeneee; more economy
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he Mid by
competition with the multitude of lowteat, hort
weight alum or phoitiate powders. M(4 oa'v a
cant. RovaL BiKixe Powoaa Co., ins Wall ft.
A OKNTS WANTED TH RE K
A aeents for Dvennort.
Hook Island and Mo-
line. Somethieg new; sell on night; liberal
terms. Address 2U9 W. Third 81 , Davenport.
TTTANrr.r-p.KlJAR.i-F; LOCAL AND TRA-V
i eling salesmen; pewitione remanent; spec
ial mnnrrmenie now; ran veiling specialties.
Don't delar; salary from Ibe start.
BROWN BROS., Nurserymen, Chicago, m.
SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW MKN TO
mil oirr pooda hy aample to Ibe wholrale and
rrlaii trade; on aalar? ; largrat manufacturer in
our line; inclose; otamp; Wun $H urr day;
prrmanempo-inon; monry advanced for wage.
adveniung, km. I'K.VI'KNMAt, M r It IV
jonol, nnm nali, O.
"r ANTEO aEVTS foronr NEW PATEVT
t frin-Proof Nafn: nl- 2Klhl: ttvixht .-
irm - rMatl lrice S.'tf : OlhPr- in itrnrutrlinn II lirl.-
a-nru imiirrr niPUal ( ffllf IIIOmI KXIWMillon.
lo-t. M ara not in ih, uh hij.i.tv
iuin I'uinrv iMrm,nwiit nu ...... ..t
" i . aii'iiw min- en.. lliirlliiuu, u.
M7c to aueso a month can bk madr
iDf u workinir for n: aceni Preferred who
ran furnluk a honae and (rive their whole time to
the busiDcaa: spare momenta mar be proatabl
employed alo: a few vacanciea in town an
citiea. H. r. JOU.NSON CO . 1UOD Main bt.
Richmond, Va. .
M. a. flea Mate ape and nnsiriea expe
rience never mina aooni sending stamp ror ro
ply. B.F.J. Co. aiU-6m
THe Great Restorer!
THE MEDICINE WHICH CURES.
This is a Medicine that Conquers
and Eradicates Disease.
"It is the most Remarkable Develop
ment of this Age of Progress
and Sanitation. "
A little InveMiemton will convince von that
much a is claimed for Thl GRKlT BESTOK
aR the half is not told.
S.. Ill KS From whatever form or complaint-whatever
malady, Her Is Your
For cir. ulara rontainlne a history of this Won
DEarirt. Riikdt, and some reuarkahle Icttera
from people well known, address as below.
The Great tcstorrr rhamaropul Wiirls,
IWiis Portland Avenue, Minneaiiolia, Mino.
1 w price $I.5l per bottle. For sale by orug
STATE OF ILLNOIS, I
Kock island County,
To the September term, A. D. 1SH9 of the Circuit
court in f naLeery.
Edirar ter'oresi Folsom and Bridget Brnderick.
rumiilaiuants. vs. l-azaru Lory. Kinilv N
Lowry, and Marshall Field. l,orenro(l. Wrtod-
houax, Joacph N Field, Harlow H. Higenhot
torn, John U. Mcvi illiam. partners aa Mamhal
Field at lo. Albert A. siinurue, Otho S. S
horague and Ezra t. Warner, partners as
Xprajrue, W arner Co.. Clement Baiue A Co.
Winona Mill Company, John II. Lowry, de
lenaania n ill to rorecloee.
To tbe aliove named defendant, the Winona Mill
Affidavit of your non-residence bavine been Sled
in me omce or the clerk of said circuit court
notice is hereby piven to you. the Winona Mill
Company, that the above named complainants
bave tiled In said court their bill of complain!
aa-ainsi yon on tne cnauoery sine ot salt! court:
that a summons In chancery has been iaaned in
said cause against yon returnable to the next
term of aaid circuit court to be beenn and holden
at tbe court bouse in the city of Jtock Island In
said county, ea tba first Monday of (September,
A u. item, at which time and place you will ap
pearand plead, answer, or demur to said bill of
complaint, if you see nu
ilock Island, 111.. July 93. A. D. lSRS
UEOUUK W. u AM II I.E.
Clerk of said Court.
"il m VI uin, Sol'n '"v omplt'a. tMw
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Inland Countt, fM-
In the Circuit Court, September Term, A. D. ISMS.
Cornelias II. Smith vs. the fnknown heirs of
Mason Filch, deceased In Chancery.
A fUdavit that tbe names of the unknown !ielrs
of Mason Fitch, the above defendants, are un
known, having been filed in the clerk's office of
the circn it court of said county, iiotice Is there
fore hereby given to the said defendants that the
complainant Sled his hill or complaint in said
court, on tbe chancerv side thereof, on the SSd
day of July. Itero and that thereupon a summons
Issued out of said court, wherein aaid suit is now
peLd idr. returnable on the first Monday In tbe
month or heptember next, as is by law required
"ow, uuiesa you, tne said defendants ahovi
named, the unknown heirs of Mason tilch.de
ceased, shall personally be and appear before
said circuit court on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at Kock Island in and for
said county, on the first Monday in September
next, and plead, answer or demnr to tbe said
enmpialuaut's bill of complaint, the same and the
matters and things therein charged and stated
wm ik taaen as confessed, ana a decree entered
againat yon according to the praver of said bill
Kock Island, 111., July, S3. 1NHV.
GEO. W. GAMBLE. Clerk of si 1 Court
ADIB rLBA HANTS, Cotnpt S Sol'r. d4w
TUESD A T
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 HINCHEE, Prop'tr
The Second Subscription Conceit will
be neld on
FRIDAY EVENING, AUG. 23.
' OThe finest garden In tbe tri-cities.
Fl KCBSF.BT aiTOI'K. No prevtoos erpe
Ttliience required. Wnie for terms. L. W.
MiaASXaeltsJaX. . Mica.
at tbe head of Seventeenth street, which I will sell on
terms to suit purchasers.
Monthly Payments Accepted if Desired.
These lots are in a beauti ul, healthy locality, and are
100 Per Cent Cheaper
than any lots now offered for sale.
lSTPersons can buy these Lots and improve them as
cheap as they can pay rent. Apply to
Corner Eighteenth street and Second avenue.
THE FOURTH AVE. HOTEL
bas changed hands, having been leased to
W. J. GAMBLE,
who for manjr rears waa the efficient superintendent of the Moline A Rock Ifland Street Rail
way. The houee haa heen thnroughlj renovated and rvfnrniabed throughout and will lie
run strictly flrt-t-elaaa. Special ratea to city boarders.
Corner Fourth arenue and Twenty-third street. Rock Island.
a V) SSI I I
COMFORTABLE stud ELEGANT
For Sale by Leading Dairaw
KTd Solely ty W25. BAfcEEB, Trey.N.Y
J. M. UEAKDSLEY,
i TTORNET AT LAW Office with J. T.
Lworthy. 175 Second Avenue.
ATT0R5KV AT LAW. Offlcs In Bock Islant
National Hank Building;. Kock l.land. 111.
a. d. awzicKEY.
o. t. viuu.
SWEENET k WALKER,
I TTORNKTS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
lOtnce in Beugston'a bloek, Kock lelend, IU.
ATTORNEYS AT HW Loans money am mm
securuv. makes rollectioi a. Hrferenr. M iirh-
all A Lynde, bankera. Office In Postofflce block.
THE DAILY ARCS.
R SALE EVRRV RVSX1NQ at Craarotona
Mews stand. ITive eeuta per copy.
I). S. SI HUREmAX,
ARCHITECT AND SUFKRISTKN DfNT.-Matn
office 4'inc:nnatti. Ohio: Branch office over
Pint National Bank, Rock Island. fit ly
ST. LrkES COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
0 THIRD AVENCK, between Tenth and
Kleveuth streeta. feb l-tf
WM. 0. KULP. D. D. S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms W, ST, ts aud tt.
Take Klrvator. DAVKNfOBT. IA.
A. D. HUESING.
Represent, arsons: other time-tried and well
known Fire Insurance Com pauira, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England
WmcsmUi leiea lua. do., of N. V" .
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Roch'r N.T
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, III.
Citizens Ids. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Exchange Fire Ins. Co., of New York.
Office No. 1608 Second Are..
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
V. S H F. V. M. S.
enorary graduate and medallist of tbe Ontario
Veterinary Collets ; member of Montreal Veter
inary Collepe, and member of the Vetcrnary MeJ
taal Association, will treat on tbe latest and most
cientlAc principles all the diseases and abnormal
eonaltious of the domesticated anl-nala.
Examinations, consultation and advice positive
Calla Promptly attended to.
Charges moderate in every case.
Office, residence and telephone call. Coirmc r
Clal hotel. Kock Island, 111.
Seventeenth St., (up staire.)
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naaantlf eared iatanBiMUis. Mratrd pampaleKr. sunin
IswftandMEIaetrwCo. IS La&.MaatChaoo.
Bif U caagiveu naive.,
sal aatlafactlon In the
care of Uooorrhaa and
Gleet. ItTeacrlbc It and
feel aa! e In recommence
Inr It to all sufferers.
Fold by Druaslats.
JOB PRIMING .
ALL DESCRIPTIONS .
Promptly and neatly executed by the Amus Job
qUob paid to Cnaatrclal work
I. ( VrSeavayaW
-ESTABLISHED 1855 -
west secona ssireet,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA,
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than ever before.
Afft'n ts for tbe world renowned
--Victor Safety Bicycles.
Also carry in stock a full line of lower grade
wheels costing from $:) to f. Cheapest prices
HAS PURCHASED THE
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
- t7He solicits the trade long enjoyed
dj ma predecessor ana as many new
customers aa wish to favor bim with
HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
sJJ"It thoroughly purifies the air aud
removes all obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emit Koehler's
Price CO cents per box.
Patent, Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence ia the world for resi
denoe and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,.
ocoeasor to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
PEERLESS DYES beIt
! Far BLACK STOCKING!.
Made la 4 lor that a either
toinai. Wash Oat Kartase.
Bold by Sragfists. Also '
' Peerleai Bronte Paints 6 colon,
d Peerleaa Laundry bluing. -
,J-eerteasinkfowdara 7 colors.
i-ccTieas SDoe oc narneaa untmag.
, Peerieas gg Lyea S cokxa.
as . a r aa
-5 I fc
CIIA3. W. YERBURY, Manager.
The finest carriages and buggies in
the city can be had at any honr
of the dy or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
F. C. HOPPE,
"o. 1SOB Second A.ve.,
Rock Island, 111.
SEXVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on phort
notice and saiisf action guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest iniporteU
WINES JNT LIQUOES.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
HAirraoTmsB or okacxib aid Biurm.
Ask your Grocer for tkesa. They are best.
ar-tpMlalttaa: Taa Christy Will' aa fea Clritty "WlfK."
RCr IiLANl). ILL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue. Rock Island
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor arid Bvrildcr,
Office and Shop Corner Seven teenth 8L . . "Dl, Tdonfl
and Seventh Avenue. . KOCK ISianO.
' IVA11 kinds of Artisilc woik a spaclaltr. Plana and estimates for all kinds of building
famished on application.
DAVIS & CO.,
A com i lcte stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc.
Sole Agents fur
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SK3HT FEED LUBBICATORS.
We gnsrai tee every one perfect, an will send Clips,
I'm i ty day's trial, to nsi-our-ible parties.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Contra,
tors f ( r furnishing and laying
Wa(-?r, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
171 2 First Ave.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
T( lephone lltS. Residence TclepLone 100.
-Steam s Gas Fitter-
AND DEALER IS
Wrought and Cast Iron and Ltad Pipe.
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile,
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
f2"Best work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 18ih St. Telephone 1183.
Rock Island, 111.