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THE HOOK ISLAND ARGUS, SATUli DAY, AUGUST 31, 1889.
Mutter of Intercut to be Acted
Upon Monday Night
Tk Rdlwijr FrtwhlMUk, Masutht
t'alaa nqasr, aeapravesaeata
Kxieatflas laMlret Pavement.
The Rock Inland city couocil Is likely
to have a very important and Interesting
session next Monday nlgbt. Matters of
considerable interest to tbe general pubs
lie will in all probability be presented for
action. One of the first of these
will be the application of tbe projectors
of the electric street railway for a fran
chise over certain alreets in tbe city of
Rock Island, viz: From the cistern ex
tremlty of Fourteenth avonue connecting
with Its lino from Moline, and running
west to Thirtieth Elin street and north
to tbe end of that street; and beginning
at tbe eastern extremity of Hixth avenue
and running west to Tweutvfourth
street, north to Second avenue and west
10 Seventeenth street. The ordinance in
tbe shape thus outlined rannot be con
To say nothing of the rights which the
Holmes people have on Elm street south
of Seventh avenue, and to leave that
wholly with the council to decide, the
rik'ht of way sought on Twenty
fourth street north of Fifth avenue is
the privilege denied the Holmes syndi
cate, oirthe ground that il would open a
line between Moline and Davenport
through the upper part of the citv and
in consequence of which tbe Holmes
line was obliged to abandon any ideas of
approaching tbe bridge either alone: Sec
ond avenue from Twentieth street east.
or along Twenty-fourth street from the
Moline road on Fifth avenue to tbe
bridge, but instead only secured the ordi
nance by making this circuit: up Twen
ty-iourth street from the bridge to Third
avenue, west to Twentieth street, north
to Second avenue, west to Fifteenth
atreet, south to Third avenue and east to
Twenty fourth street alone Third avenue.
This loop was necessary in order to se
cure the franchise, and in the language of
tbe ordinance, tbe grant was made "up
on the express condition, stipulation.
covenant and agreement that no track.
or tracks shall be laid or attempted to be
liid, leased, purchased or in any manner
whatsoever obtained, operated or main
ttined by this rompany or in connection
with any other company or its tracks in.
upon and along Twenty-fourth atreet,"
Another provision of tbe ordinance to
be asked, and one which the council
cannot, with any degree of fairness con
sider in the light of favor is. that asking
a right to use tbe Second avenue tracks
or lue Holmes syndicate from Twentieth
atreet west to Seventeenth. This is
sought uuder a very peculiar section of
the original ordinance granted to the Mo
lino Jt Rack Inland Horse railway, March
34, l!tH, which the Holmes syndicate
bought, and which reads:
"In case the council shall grant to any
other company tbe right to construct
and use a horse railway on Illinois street,
(now Second avenue.) from Madison,
(now Twentieth.) to West Eagle, (now
Seventeenth.) and the Moline & Rock
Island Horse Railroad company shall
construct more than one track on that
portion of Illinois street, then such other
company shall have the right to use one
of said tracks on fair terms, to be de
termined by arbitration. "
While the new company is to ask for
ao electric franchise and this section says
the company applying must be a horse
railway and may ask for the use of one of
the tracks, it is nevertheless under this
provision that the electric people seek to
take advantage. The council cannot
consistently pass the ordinance, because
no company could use "one" of tbe
IIlmes tracks without interfering entire
ly with the Holmes double track system,
and it could not lie given any rights over
the Holmes tracks without destroying bis
business and the council might as well
rescind bis ordinance entirely, as to grant
the privileges now prayed for. This the
city does not feel like doing, especially
where a company is doing so much for
Rock Island's upbuilding as the Holmes
The Allots, as It has before iterated
is most heartily in favor of the construe'
tioo of an electric railway, hut it should
seek to enter tbe business part of the city
by some other way than by trespassing
on the property of another. It should be
the duty of the council and tbe people to
protect and encourage home enterprise
but it should be a duty, too, to protect
and encourage outside enterprises invest
log capital here and contributing to the
advancement of the city. Tbe couocil
would complicate traffic on Second ave
nue by granting to an outside company
rights over soother's tracks even with the
consent of the owners of such tracks, as
disagreements would in the course of time
arise which would involve the city in
trouble and cause the public inconven
It is understood that at the next coun
ell aieeting an effort la to be made to re
call the action of the last meeting witb
reference to tbe filling of Union square
and putting it in a decent condition,
is to be hoped that If any such effort
attempted the council will not consider it
for lis action at Its last meeting is com
mended by all citizens having pride in the
The council may be aoked at iu Mon
day night's meeting, though it is not ceri
tain yet, to extend the Second avenue
pavement west from Fifteenth street to
the plow works, and of paving Eigh
teenth atreet between Fourth and First
avenues. The council would no doubt
frrant either or both " of theie petitions
snould they be presented and pasa an
ordinance In conformity therewith.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
Are you weak and weary, overworked
and tired r Hood's Sarseparilla is just
the medicine to purify the blood and give
you strength. I
Taa f'arwera' Alllaae.
Thursday there was a large and pleas
ant gathering In the grove west of Stew
artsville, at (he picnic held under the au
spices of Alliance No. 124. of South Mo.
line, though probably there would have
been a still greater number of farmers
present from the southern part of tbe
county bad It not have been that tbe day
was one of the most important ones of
the Henry county fair at Cambridge, and
attracted many from tbe aouth part of
the county. There was no speaking In
the forenoon, that being devoted to
amusements and general sociability. At
noon a substantial picnic dinner was
served in tbe delightful shade of the
tree in the large grove. A speak-
er's stand and an ample nura
ber of seats bad been piovided and
about 2 o'clock the Slewartville hand
played a couple of selections, while the
crowd was gathering at the stand from
tbe different parts of Uie ground. After
this W. C. Wilson called the assemblage
to order and briefly spoke of the organ!
zation of Alliance, No. 124 as well as the
objects of tbe Alliance, which he deemed
the most effective of all the farmers' or
ganlzations because it was not a secret
one. At tbe close of his remarks he in
trod need the Hon. J. Burroughs, of
Filley, Neh., president of the National
Farmers' Alliance, who delivered an en
tertaining address, and was followed by
II. H. Hoof, of Henry county. After
the close of the -addresses there were
some sports and dancing, which con tin
ued through tbe remainder of the after
noon and evening.
Rapids City. Aug. 80.
Mrs. L. Suiter, daughter and littly boy
are visiting here.
Mrs Rowe is visiting her daughter,
airs. H. f. Adams.
Our public schools open Monday, Sept.
sin, witb L.ewis Uolegrove in the princi
John Churchill is out again, after quite
a spell or malarial fever. Dr. Morgan
Wilson Adams and Hal took in the
excursion to Clinton Wednesday night on
The school board baa put in a new
blackboard and some new maps for the
good of the ''coming men and women.
"Why taunt mo when you know my
failing, said the small boy to the water
melon. "I'll see you later." replied the
watermelon. They met by appointment
at tbe supper table.
Frank Hummer, who had both legs
broken and was otherwise seriously in
jured by a powder explosion in our coal
mines some years ago, met with a similar
accident today. He had just fired a shot
and it failing to explode, be went up and
relit it, when it went off, badly bruising
his bands, arms and legs, but fortunately
breaking no bones.
This is the kind of weather that makes
a man wish he was one of those Ameri
can millionaire manufacturers who get
neb so last that wben they go to Europe
and show off their wealth by. lavish ex
pennitures of money, that the Britons
conclude that they want some of it them
selves, and yet tbe American working-
men are not keeping time with their
wealthy employers. They are not get
ting rich very fast, and in fact seem to
have quite a time to hustle around and
get enough to eat.
Tar Math Keaalaa.
The 9th Illinois cavalry, which will
hold a reunion here Tuesday and Wed
nesday, September 3d and 4th, was one
of those regiments whose membership
was widely scsttered, consequently a
brief outline of its history will not be out
of place. The n-giment was raised by
Captain Albert O. Brackett. of tbe 2d
United Slates cavalry by order of Secre
tary Stanton, and he was mustered as its
colonel; be at once began recruiting at
lamp Douglas I'nicago and tbe com
panies were mustered there during tbe
month of September, 1981. The com
panies were rais-al at the following
points: A, riock 1 iland ; ti and C. tiene-
seo and Cambridge; I. Chicago; E, Lo-
gansport. Iod: F. Chicago; Q. Val
paraiso, Ind ; U. Kewanee; I, Belvtdere;
K. Princeton; L, Chicago: and M. On are v
The regiment remained in Chicago for
arm ana equipment till February. 1882.
wnen u was ordered to the field. Their
march into Dixie began from Pilot Knob.
Mo., March 6, 1802. From that time on
they were constantly in active service un
til mustered out at the close of the war
in November, 1805. The standards of
the regiment bear record of its participa
tion In tbe following battles: Jackson
port, Waddell's Farm, Btewart's Planta
tion. Cold water, Salem. Wyatt. Moscow,
West Point. Okolona, Mount Ivv. Tisha
mingo Creek, Tupelo, Hurricane Creek.
O'd Town Creek. Franklin and Nashville
A Yaattafal Crimlaal.
The Davenport VtmocnU-Gatttlt tells
this story of youthful depravity:
Some time Wednesday night George
berwen, a lad whose age is variously
given at ten and twelve years, gained
entrance to .Lapala grocery on Brady
street by way of a rear window, and
rifled the till of about f 16 in cash. Of
ficer Stapleton found him trying to
change a 5 bill at the St. James hotel
Thursday, and by following him up
learned mat be bad committed the burg
lary. and obtained his confession and the
return of tbe money. The boy was ex
amined in Justice Esgal's caurt later in
the dav, and was sent to Judge Waters
man with an order for his commitment
to the reform school .
Tbe little fellow was engaged in an
other job of this kind not long ago, and
it is stated that he seems to have become
an incorrigible tbief already. He has no
mother, and bis father is said to exercise
no paternal care over him; indeed, to be
unworthy tbe chargo of a child. The lad
seems to have but few chances of avoid
ing a criminal career. There are still
other and similar instances where mis
sionary work is needed right here in Da
Be farciful to tonrsaif
And heed the appeals for assistance put
lonn dj your liver, wnen tbe organ is
out of order. Among these are distress
in tbe riffht side and throucrh tl rlirM
shoulder blade, yellowness of the skin
ana eyeoans, mrreci tongue, sour breath,
sick headache, and. ahova all. Irreanlar.
ity of the bowels. The mercy you extend
to'ine emiciea organ is widely shown by
a Dfomot course of medication with Hm.
tetter's Stomach Bitters, most genial of
alteratives, and tbe hepatic gland early
reciorocatea the deserved
resuming Its secretive functions actively
and regularly. Among the accompany
ing gooa resuus are renewed digestion,
freedom from headaches.
tion of activity of the bowels. All bil
lons symptoms disappear, and appetite
and aleeD improve. Bi-niliani n ik.
effects of the Bitters in malarial disease,
kidney disorder, rheumatic ailmenU and
A Philadelphia wholesale drurotat
Days S3 a gallon for dandelion win
which Is made from the plant growing
wild on so many farms.
Trlaltr Oaweert Tonicht.
Tonight at Harper's thesire occurs the
grand benefit concert giv n tinder tbe
auspices and for the bei efif of Trinity
parish. The following highly entertain
ing programme will be presented:
Overtnre-'-WorM'e Flr," j. Carl
X V Quartette, Mrs. The. Kud. Rwm, Prof. G.
ForbrinKer.-Toa. h. Haas. Car Bellpenstell.
Soprano Solo "Oni la oce" Bellini
Miss M. L Fry.
Cello 8lo'Feniaein" q. Oottennsna
Prof. O Foehiinpr.
"Happy I.lf Ponbolser
(For Zitber ad Violin, ot.de -d'rection of
Mr. A. K. Fahrne-)
Hiss Clara Coltmei.n, Mrs. Keee, Mrs. Luetje,
Mr. Wm. Keuter.
ruet-"A Night 'n Naples," Brignola
mr. . ropper ana Mrs. trendail
(slat the Brook
M Ids J ennie N ichols.
X T Onartvtte.
Miss Susie StodiUlJ.
Tensetto "Pll pm Kslls tbe Rnii..".. K. Bailey
Mlasea Kmina Scblmller. Nellie I oop?r, rlorciicv
Miss Con Ki ck.
Zilbet Solo Souvenir lie Ems.". I'nilsuf
Mr A. k. Kntirm-t.
Soprano Solo "A ubadr," Y. Massenet
Miss M. L. Fry.
Little Orai.dma," Lanire
t For Zither and Violin! Fahrner's Zither Club.
Overture "A NiirhiOfl." K. Bovttgur
X V Quartette.
A Word for ('onaulleatiem.
Moline and Hock Island are still a
courting with a view to mnrriitge. We
hope they will marry. Tlx y are both
good looking, wealthy, and of like tastes.
Rock Island will make a hardsnme bride
groom, and Moline a beautifjl bride. Tbe
only trouble now in the way. il seems, is
that some of Moline's cbildn-u dislike the
proposed union, and are doing some
valiant kicking. Committers have been
appointed by the business associations of
both to confer as to dowry, wedding
presents, and other things appertaining
to marriage. There are several reasons
why these two cities should liecome one.
First, in union there is Irene h. Second,
it does not cost so much to run one estab
lishment as it does two. Ttird, the peo
ple of tbe county in general desire tbe
union to be made. They want a large
city of which they can be ptoud to say.
"Ibis great city is in Kock Island
county." So, we say, throw aside your
flirtations, objections and all other Mod
ranees, and get married. Port Byron
I have suffered greatly frou periodical
returns of hay fever. Covert & Cheever,
druggiBts, suggested Ely's Cream Balm.
I used it during a severe atiack. I can
cheerfully testify as to the immediate
and continued relief obtaine 1 by its use.
I heartily recommend it to those suffer
ing from this or kindred complaints.
(Kev.) H. A. Smith, Clinton. Wis.
In the pursuit of the good things of
'his world we anticipate tor much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic, far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney an 1 Madder
troubles. It is a perfect tonit , aptizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for asjuc and
malarial diseases. Price, ft cents, of
News Abaci Town.
It is tbe current report a oul town
that K trap's Balsam for Iht throat and
lungs is making some remark able cures
witb people who are trot bled with
coughs, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis
and consumption. Any dr lggist will
give you a trial bottle free of cost. It is
guaranteed to relieve and cure. The
large bottles are 50c and tl.
A HEW DISCOVERY!
For tbe ears of oeuunal w easi
ness, Impoteacv, Noctirnai
Emissions, and StunteC De
"T absorption. Applied diractto
ton Parte. ro nauseous dm 1 that
rain IM stomacn xuaranfad
.Tire or money rortntdna.
10 in, nrt of tne t - a.
run-n nackra tree lroin
receipt of f
ALBERT MEDICAL CO.
Pure! Palatable! Popular!
UI AK&ATEEU Pur Htrt n C"fioMf
t ruled form. Hotid in jnrn. liquid In botlle.
I It pper Mnd it trivalt table fur
fcuupft. Hwwb, Meat fctaucM, bouillon, el.
Am Bff T, stronKiy rwoinn endtMl bv
leading pliyaician, for Invalids, inianuauJ
Others. AppeMitmir and ntrentfiheuiuit'.
Ak your tiruicgiat or gruoer lor
Armour's Beef Extract
Or send BO. for sampl parka e and
dascripu piuiipbittl. to
ARMOUR it CO., Chicago.
Sunday and Tuksdiy,
Aug. 31, and Sept. 13.
Admission 25 cents,
Gam called at 8:30 p. m.
Corner Elm St., and Seventh Ave. '
RUDOLPH HINCHER, Prop'tr
taTThe finest garden io the tri-cities.
We confine our Loans to lm Droved
Farms In the safest oountin of
Iowa, and on request .
Prompt payment f principal arnlinterest
HEINZ ft HIRSCHL,
- Davenport, Iowa.
S A I nCDTX 9
It Is powder never Tanas. A mit-rel of nnrltv.
stirnrth and wbolcsomeness ; more economy
Uian tan ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold by
oxnpetltlon with tbe mailt tade of low test, abort
weight slam or phospbate powders, fold vhlyis)
ii. iuiks i-nSDia (-0.. i win n.
FOR KENT A COTTAGE HOt'SB NKAR
the residence of U. Moore, at tylvsn view
enquire 01 tne nnaert-ifrnca. U. MO JHK.
FOR SALE - Corner lot with two bouses at a
bnrgsln if taken soon. Thro Free, corner
1 it emu street auu sevenin avenue.
FOR SA! E A pood work trstn, wseon and har
ne., cheap. Enunireof Tbeo. "ree. corner
& wi'iuu Bireei inu ztt'venm avenue.
A OKNTS WANTKD THREE FIK9T-CLAS8
aeenls for D.reuport. Kock Island and Mo
line. t-oinetliieg new; sells on stunt; liberal
terms. Address SOS W. Third St , liavenport.
TTT ANTED RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV-
etine salesmen ; positions remanent: snec-
ial inducements nw; fsst selling specialties.
xFim 1 ut'imT; smary imm me start.
liROWN BKoSM Nurserymen, Chicago, 111.
SALESMEN WE WISH A FEW MEN TO
sell our goods hy sample to I be wholesale aud
retail trsde; on salary; largest manufacturers tn
our line; inclose ac slump; wapes J1 per day;
permanent po liiou; money advanced for waifes,
adverliHing. Ktc. CKNTENMAl M F'Ul'O.,
Jnuo 17 Cincinnati. O.
l-ANTEI-AOK.VTS for our NEW PATENT
l.L". !T . M,i "lie I-nl-il: weight fcu
liw. ; retail prire:if; others In proportion. Hlth
est award .silver medal - Centennial F.ipositioo.
iVL. Vi-c': P""""""! UisinesH. tiiir nnees
JVT W, are "ol '" he safe pool. Ki elusive
territory glveu. Alpine bale Otf..ViucluuaU Ou
17C TO S50 A MONTH CAN BE MADE
P f J working for us; agents preferred wbo
can furnish a horse and give their whole time to
the business; spare moments may he profitably
employed also; a few vacancies in towns and
cities. B. F. JOHNSON Jt CO., 1009 Mam M.,
N. H. Please state age and bnaiuess expe
rience Never mind about sending stamp for re
ply. B.F.J. Co. apl4-m
The 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
and Sanitation. "
A little Investigation will convince vou that
much as is clainit-J for THE CHEAT KE8TU&
R the half is not told.
LAIM ICS From whatever form of com
plaint whatever malady. Here Is Your
I-in or. ulurs containing a bislorv of this Wom
DEariM Rbskkt. and some remarkable letters
from people Well known, address as below,
Tlit Great LVsWrer rbarmaroptul WsrLs,
1H. Portland Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
WPrice $1 50 .-r bottle. For sale by true
gists. Brownson the Hatter,
Saturday, Aug, 31, '89
BeconJ and Main Street, Davenport Iowa.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Koca Iklubu IIoiihty, (
In the Circuit Court of Rock Inland count 8vu
tember Term. A . D.. Immi.
William Deenng Co .ve.Thom-s M. Crosthwait
snd W illiam F Crosthwait In attachment
Public notice is hereby given to the raid Thomas
a. v rupiuwau anu milium r . t'rostnwait that a
wru 01 aiiacoment. issued out or tbe olHce of tbe
clerk of tbe Circuit court of said conntv riatod
they'll day of Anguct, A. V. im. at the suit of
the said William Dcering ft Co.. for the sum of
Fifteen Hundred aud bixty-nine and ttS.luo i$i.
PSs dollars, and against the esla'e of tbe said
Thomas M. ( roi-thw.it and William K. Crosth
wait, dtre-tcd to the sheriff of laid Kock Island
county, wuicD said writ has been returned ei
Now, then-fore , nnless vou. The said Thomas M .
Crosthwait snd William F. CroeihiraiL lll ru-r.
sonally be and appear before tbe said Circuit court
of said coin ly ou or before September 18th, 1,
cf the next September term thereof, to be lisldau
ai me uwn nouse in tne city of Kock Island, in
taiu county, on the urst Monilsv of S. i.tmlu.r
A. D. 1, give special bail and plead to the said
plaintiff's action, judgment will be entered against
you, snd in fsvor of the said William Ueeriug A
Co.. and so much of the nronertr tt h..t n.
le sufficient to satisfy the said judgment andcoMs
win oe eom to sausiy tne same.
Hock Isluud, 111., August J, 1889.
GEO. W. QAMBLK. Clerk.
AnatR PtliSASTS, Plaintiff s Attorney.
Public notice is hereby given that at a meeting
ot tne I'lty t ouncilof the City of Rock Islai.d to
oe ueiu on monnay, septemuer a, lfWM, and at all
subsequent, regular or special meetings of said
City Council, a petition of tbe undersigned. th
Moline Central Street Railway Company and of
aunuingpropi-ny ownerswill be presented, ask
ing for the passage or an ordinance granting said
company the right to construct and operate its line
of street rail wsy on She at reets and avenues of the
City of Rock Islaud. aloug the following route:
Beginning at the eastern extremity of Fourteenth
avenut. mnnlno tti.,wn wu.f !..... . i.
.......... .B " vu rvuiirruiu ave
nue to Thirtieth street, thence north on Thirtieth
street to tbe end tueieof; 1m ginning also at tbe
eastern extrcimtf of Sixth avenue, running
thence west on Sixth avenua to Twenty-fourth
street, thence north on Tw.-nty-fonrth street to
necoau avenue, inencc west on Second avenue to
" eai m-Tenieenin street, said ronte to be made a
continuous nne by condemnation through private
ICTipeny wnere saia sixth avenue is n t laid out,
and said ordinance to inctnde the light to con
struct said street tsilway on any extensions of said
Sixth avenue or Fourteenth avenne that may
hereafter be obtained In any way by tbe city for
Moline, III., August 93. 1889.'
Th Molimb Cknthai. Strict Rail wat Compaht
By W. U. Moons, President.
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received st the office of
the City clerk. Rock Island, III., until S o'clock p.
m. Sept. 8, 18M. for 6.01:0 onhic vards more or !..
of material to 111 Spencer or Union square.
Also for tbe construction of a brick sewer on
Third avenue from Its present terminus ou Nine
teenth street to the east aide of Twentieth street.
Bids will be received separately or for both as
one contract. Plans and specifications can be
seen at the City clerk's office. Bonds will be re
quired In doable the amount of contract. The
city reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
joy vruer or commiuee.
, . , . Rob srt Kochlrr, City Clerk.
Bock Island, 111. Aug. 22, lsaw.
JOB PRINTING ,
f ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Promptly and neatly executed by tne Ajaeus Job
TBpecial attention paid to Commercial work
While seated in his palanquin,
Rode Lin g Gum Foo. a mandarin;
Some laundry people working nigh.
Were hanging garments out to dry.
He beckoned with his golden fan.
And thus addressed the nearest man :
"Why do the robes upon your line
Like glaciers of Alaska shine ?
Since we set out from Ning Po Keen,
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are inanv white soaps, each represented to be " just as pood as the 1 Ivory ' i "
. th?y ARE NOT. biit like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities
of the genuine. Ask for " Ivory " Soap anJ insist upon getting it.
Owrirlt IS .v Pr.vti7 4 Gamlilo.
New El1- Street Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor to Danquard & Browner)
FLOUR JSTD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of th trad And will irinlra nrir-Aa na lrvar
as the lowest Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW
Tailoring -:- Establishment!
I have opened at 420 Brady
and complete stock of FOREIGN
Call and examine our stock
COMFORTABLE and ELEGANT;
For 8ala by Leading Dealers.
MTd Eolly by W2J. BASZ2B,Trsy,II,Y
" J.M.BKARDSLET, "
ATTORN KV AT LAW Office wltfe J. T. &
worthy, Second Areuue.
ITTORSKT AT LAW. Office In Rock lalmn
I. National Bank Building, Hjck leland, IU.
s. . awsiNiT.
SWEENEY ft WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Oace in Bengaton'e block, Kock Island. UL.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan mrmrr oa te4
aecnritr, makes collectioi.a. Ki-ference.Milck-11
Lynda, bankt-rs. Office In FcKtofflce block.
THE DAILY AK(JIS.
OR 8ALR KVERY EVENING at Crampton'e
. Kowa htaod. Fire eeotf pc' copj.
1). H. 8(UCRI1N,
ARfHITKCT AND BPPK RI NTKN DKNT. Malm
office inc;nr,ani, Ohio; Branch office ovet
Ptret Nalioual Bank, Rock Island. flS ly
ST. LUKE'S COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
ON THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
fleventh streeta. feb 14-tf
WM. 0. KULP, D. D. S,
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Room 9t, ST, t8 aud 28,
Take Elevator. DAVKNlOBT, I A.
HAS PURCHASED THE
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tylle solicits the trade long enjoyed
by bis predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
sJJ"It thoroughly purifies the air and
removes all obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emil Eoebler's
Price 50 cents per box.
PEERLESS DYES b"st
For BLACK 8T0OiGS.
Made la 4 A Colors that neither
oaaat, Waaa Oat Kor Cad.
Sold by Sragfists. Also -
PceiieatBronza Painta- colon.
Peerlcaa Laundry Bluing.
P TnL d .a 7 1
- mm a at uw ual J (.mm Wm
Peerlcaa Shoe ft Harness Dreaaiac,
, Pcerlea Egg Dfrnt- colon.
A finer sight I have not seen !"
" We washed those garments," answered he,
" With soap that's made beyond the sea,
The Ivory Soap they call it there.
We find it good beyond compare."
Then said the mandarin profound:
" Go, order me a thousand pound.
And they who use another kind.
Shall prison cell and scaffold find:"
STORE A TRIAL.
street, Davenport, with a new
and DOMESTIC GOODS.
A. D. WALSH.
West Second Street,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than ever before.
Agenta for the world renowned
Victor Safety Bicycles.--
Also carry In stock a full line of lower grade
wheels costiuti from S50 to rh
Patent. Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lota.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
Bacccaaor to Ctoo. Downing, Jt
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried and well
known yire Iuaarauce Oompaoiea, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England
Wescheater Tire 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.
Office No. 1608 Second Are.,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
PURE WHITE FLOATING 8C
manufactured by an original process
choicest materials, selected especially (or
Fairy brand. The finest high grade
factured, lias received highest praise from tbe most famous soap manufacturer! of
Paris and Marseilles. Is superior to any Imported Castile Soap for toilet and
bath, and especially for a "shampoo." Absolutely perfect for washing flannel,
blankets, woolens, laces an.i canwJTics, and other materials that are susceptible to
injury irom the use of poor Soaps. Indispensable in every family after a single trial.
Though unequaled, Fairy S -ap is sold at a lower price than any other soap of tfao
kind. It is the CH E APES T and BEST. Made only by
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., - CHICAGO, ILL.
CIIA3. W. YERBURY, Manager.
The finest carriages and buggies in
the city can be had at any hour
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
F. C. liOPPE,
USTo. 1808 Second A.ve.,
Rock Island, I1L
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
- notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., HOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
"WINES AND LIQUORS.
Imported and Key Weal Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. OHBI8TY,
Steam Craclier Bakery,
MAIVTA0TO1IB ft SBAOUBI AJTB BIMfflTsV
Ask your Groosr for tka. 1W ara best.
MTSpeclaltlet: Tke Carls "OTtTBB" as4 SS OksUty "WAJtJ'
H. D. FOLSOM,
SPaaai a aaaa - J
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor andYBuilder, "
ttttSSH, : : Rock Island.
IVAll kinds of ArUstic wot a specialty. PUb. ssd sstlmates for all kiadi of holldtop
f nxnlahed.on appllcaUoa.
ill il -m y- -V ' IE I
soap ever manu
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc.
Bole ARonU tor
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
VTe gnarantee every one perfect, anil will tend Caps,
Twenty day 'a trial, to responsible partlea.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrao
tors for furnishing and laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avtc.,
Hock Island, Hlinois.
Telephons 1148. RealdeiMe Telephone 100.
-Steam s' Gas Fitter-
-AMD DKALKB IN-
rai King, Sewer ana Drain nif,
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
nd shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
J190X ISLAND, ILL.
Second avenue, Rock Island