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1HE "ROCK ISTjAND AliGUS, THURSDAY, 8EPTEMBEK 26, 1889.
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f HE STATE FAIR.
Mewsethlaa; Aknl tfcw nirewnjae at
rrarlaOae Kikkbltiem la Inrtlew-
Oae of ibe mott successful tUt fun
ever held in this tau is Ibis year's exhi
bition at IVoria. The groanda ara ad
mirably adapted for the parpoaa and tbej
bare been fitted with all the conveniences
ia the way of large aad commodious
buildings for the display of the manufac
tured goods, and the exhibition of lire
auxk. Ooa of the mott notable dUplaja
and one that U being greatly admired by
the vaat crowd ia that of the D. M. 8ech
ler Carriage company, of Molioe.' While
there ara many floe exhibits of carriage
on the grounds, there are none that will
compare with thii. Tbev have their cel
ebrated family carriage, the finest on the
grounds; a cut onder surrey; a pony sur
rey, the highest surrey aade ia the state;
a three-soring phaeton and a two-spring
phaeton; an eliptie spring buggy, the
most graceful and best proportioned
spring shown on the grounds. A light
Brewster buggy nnroialled in appear
ance. The display of carts is the finest
oa the grounds, which includes nineteen
different stjles of the B-ebe patent.
A special cam over from IVoria last
nigbt composed of eleven coaches in
charge of Conductor Pitney and drawn
by engine 4. Perry, driver. The traia
returned from Moline at 6 o'clock thia
morning, leaving Rock Island at 6:15.
Judge Pleastnts, Jo k'e Adams. Conn
ty Clerk Donald"!). E E Pnrmenter and
Oilpin Moore started for Peoria this
Joei.rx., Sept. 2V
d. E. E. David has rented the Tan
ner firm in Canoe Oreek.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. HtiMiart are ia
u-nding to make a vi.U to Park county.
It is said that J-.. w . Lrwtn wiil move
npoa ibe tearie larm in tbe coming
Mr. W. II u mm a, of Moline, intends
moving ia tbe spring upon what is
known as tbe Moody farm in Zumv
Mr. W. H. Wbiteai.ie is moving the
a. B. Joaiio store building, and ia in
tending to attach it to the store be now
oce u piea.
Mr. Eil. Dnnboo contemplates hav
ing a sale in a short time. He is satis
fied that there is nothing to be made at
farming, and baa decided to move his
family to the city
The Zutna Rl Caps and tbe Geneseos
will play a gaice of base ball upon the
grounds of tue Red Ca;ia on next Satur
day week. Game called at 2 p. m. Thia
is to be a test game as to tbe merits of the
two clubs, and it will probably be tbe last
game of the season. No doubt there will
He a large attendance. L-vlie admitted
Tbe Zuma Red Caps played a game of
base ball at Geneseo on Saturday last.
and were defeated Geneseo 14, Red
Caps?. It was an off dav for tbe Zuma
hovs. and tbey felt somewhat blue over
it. Geneseo had secured the Rock Is
land battery, and two of the Zuma boys
were struck with balls and disabled early
in tbe game, and three of their players
Old not put In an appear an re.
Tbe Inter ikea informs us that those
fifty representative men and womea who
have visited tbe Paris exposition and who
have been visiting quite a number of
manufacturing establishments in Eng
land, have returned borne with the at art
line intelligence that wares are thirty
three per cent below the American stan
dard. If the Inter (ktnn wished to be
fair, why could it not in tbe same connec
tion have informed its readers that, take
it tbe way round, there was that much
difference in the cost of living? And
why could not these fifty representative
men and women, if tbey wished to inform
themaelvea. have stepped over into
France. Germany and Russia thoae
high protective countries in order to as
certain what per cent wages were below
"free trade England?". Ob, no; that
wouldn't be drawing the wool over peo
ple 'a eyea while you get an opportunity
to rob thtim. We tclieve one corner of
perdition is set apart for all such editors.
MrLTtx in Pakvo.
Hillsdale. Sept. 2V
The frosts have not injured vegetation
to a very great extent.
Miss Bertha Copp returned to her borne
in Kock Island Monday, after a two
weeks' sojourn here.
H. 8. Sells' new house looms up nice
ly. It ia all enclosed. Henry Krum-
lindie la bnea rwrpeater.
J. A. Llpbardt and wife and M. D
uaunerg and wife returned from the
Mrs. L. M. r easier was suudeniy taken
with a chill last Thursday which proved
U be ague. Sue ia convalescing under
the care of Dr. Bruner.
A. Goodrich bad the misfortune to
lose fifty dollars last Thursday, in or near
Hillsdale. There was one twenty and
three ten-dollar bills Tbe finder will
receive suitable reward by returning same
to the loser.
Geo. Wilting, tbe evangelist, is to
preach for tbe U. B- cbarch tbe coming
year. It aeema aa though be would not
b a ve a very great longing for the ap
pointment, after bis reception here last
winter. It is rumored tbat there are at
tractions down in Zuma.
J. M. Martin baa just received a new
line of dry goods and fancy notiona. His
stock at present is much larger than ever
before, and the prices and quality of
goods are attracting more custom every
day. Inspection is desired whether any
purchases are made or not.
Rev. C. A. Nybladb. tbe young min
ister who created such a aenaation in the
Swedish circles of Illinois by being
charged with grave immorality, was
wedded last night at Galesburg. Tbe
ceremony, according to the Galesburg
RepvbUean-Iirgister, occurred in Crock
ers ball, where the Elim cburch,of which
he ia tbe pastor, holds its meetings, in
stead of tbe bride's home in Altona, this
being the wish of the preacher. Tbe
bride is Misa Josie Norine, and ber father
ia a wealthy fanner of Walnut Grove
township. Mr. Nybladh made tbe in
vitation to be present at the ceremony
general. The Elim church people were
in a state of joyful expectancy and bad a
AeeaaaalUtked the feat.
Mr. T. R. Harper's borse, Golden Ar
row, accomplished the feat and more, of
trotting a mile In 3:10 on a $100 wager
with Dr. Geo. Babcock at Central park,
Davenport, yesterday afternoon. Tbe
judges were Messrs. Vinton, Hoover and
Snider, and Cbaa. Uaakina. of Davenport,
drove. Tbe animal made tbe mile in
t:41 without a skip, and could have done
better had U been urged to it.
ACuSlxlva rmmiClinni t
Wealth er Ceanpset Kola.
Bearing or tewling reindeer is par excel
lence tbe prrtfeadoa of a cVunoreda. It not
rich enough to possess a herd of. his own be
enters tbe service of th owner at a largo
bard, who keeps him and his family ta food
aad "clothes noil gives him a eertcia number
of reindeer eajvee per aiinnm la return for
hia aerrieea. Tbe eerraut thus lays tbe
foundation of a herd of his own, and, if
lucky, can, after a few years' service, set op
on bis own acroant.
Lack, bower er, ptaya a great part In this
eans of Uvelibood,for reiadew-iiig" is a
great lottery. Tbe animals ara very liable
to a disan which eorrenpnntts to the rinder
pest In eattle, and whfc-h ia a daj or two will
kill off a herd of U0 or TUO deer. If thuhap
pms in the middle of the Tundra, tbe local
name for the-w pc-at, bara arctic steppea. it
probably nMudaUi to tar owner and his
retire family, as tbey are left possibly hun
dreds of verxta f rota any human help, with
out food and without means of lococnotfcai.
la my utmiMut jiiarney I came upon the
mtno jf one of thews not untummou trage
dies, and I hare rarely sritnewed a mure
patbrtic Mht than the half standing cbooms
sarruuiided by a few tleri and the other
pir powhk4t f tbe ill fated owners and
rattered all around the bones and h.-r of
tbe pewt stri-ken herd. Tbe oaners tbem
srlvrs haI hem suteuently buried by some
aaurea paa.ln by, as we tonal their woxi.n
box like irra vea on a hill a abort way off.
Though the lw ft the herd kwa not often
prove as fatal as thin, to the owner it always
nwwns maunal ruin, and I ew a good in
nawv oi inis at imkok, wtiere 1 came
aero a Sainoyeile, at one time the owner of
aher.tof U .lew, reprewntinc rtmghly a
caltal 4..0. eontniit to drk as a la
borer for 1 ooperks a week.
When mk-o-WuL, oo the other hand, the
rearing of reindeer is a most profitable oc
cupation. Wbencku-of (ka the herd b
aliiK4 sure to dotibte in nurnlier year by
year. Their eat of maintenaitov b ml, while
tbey supply their owner with all hi essential
waiiU, and with tbe pecuniary means for ob
taining iK'h Inxnne a are within liu reach.
Their hi.l prnvtile him with clothing and
hehxr in the shape of bis hide co-ered
rhonm: their meat form tbe staple of hi
f'l. Tbe fkin of a calf in raw condition
yiebls abfwt three rubfos; when very youtig
and dark, a much as Ave. The skins of the
oller deer fetch aUait two. With thi cir
culating medium in his pouch, the Stmoyede
hays tbe vodka and other crearure comforts
hb anul delight in, or adorns hb wife with
tbesteuicles and strips (4 col. red cloth she
so bigbly jnren. But over and above all
thew gift which the mild reindeer prenents
to hb lord b tbe one w hich to the nomad
dominates and determines all the rest that
Thb industry, if so It may he termed, ne
cessarily wjiphes tbe noma! life j-ure an 1
simtn, the Samoyed pitcbing tbeir tents
aberever reindeer mow b atmndant, and
moving off a mxm a tbeir berdx havecrripped
tbe snrroin.line district bare. In winter tbe
Kamoyedes prefer to be in the vicinity of
furetaa, Irtly for the sake of tbe wood which
tbey need V fuel and for making new and
tinkering up old sledges, parti r U-oao-e the
anow here b not so deep as in tbe open Tun
dra. am tbe deer can thus g st nre easily at
tbe iikm Here al-o they trap the white fox
and ptarmigan, tbe wings of w hich have
great sale. In summer thev drive their her b
lii to the Tundra, over w hk-h a bu-ge prtion
of my journey lav, and which I may here
take the opfiortonity to deNcribe. The Tun
dra b a nxy mamh.nli-litl v accentnate1 here
and there aith low bilb, and sjrinkieil with
numberless nhdii.w lakes not cnnnecte1 witu
eai-h other. For miles and miles the ground
b so marh that one runs the rik of sinking
np to one's middle if one attempts to walk
over it Jfow and again ODe conx upon a
spot w here tbe ground rrmnhles a 8o4ch
moor minus the beatner, a very sjn-ingy moss
with an c.-askana clump of low siUuwImnfa-
wnod. Tliexe spot the native makes for
alien, afh-r bis days journey, he whites to
piu-b l:u bm, a the moss here grows thick
and rich and the lnwliwl aTor. Is the little
fuel he require. Not a tree, not a rock
breaks tbe nionotonv if the scene, and tbe
greTidi brown col- of tbe Tundra, losing
itM-lf in a dull, gray fcky, is as dreary a pic
ture a the buuian eye can well ret noon
Ttiis CoMlrr Is fate.
Char he fMierty, of firvnslsrc. Oa., has a
remark bk! roe-ler. This rooster uas been in
need of a rmKting place, ImjL, l-ing short on
wing, has beeu unable to fly high enough to
be bey. aid the reach of strolling night ped
triaus. As a mniwouence be has been firced
to some fow I engineering. In the court house
yard there b a bnge tree and up tbb tr-e La
easily cliuita iut at dark. How he aorooi
pluhes it b a mystery, but douUing onus can
t him puiiin up the tree every evening.
sticking hi- spurs in like a telegraph rhmta-r
and a ben be reaches the firt Urub crowing
with great pride and guto. It b the fir-t
case on reci rd w here a chicken ever climbed
a tree. Atlanta Const it utiou.
4mmm1 Moraine, f-riewd.
Tbe other day a boy up town yelled so loud
that be frightened a horse, woke a poll
man, startled the whole neighborhood into
nervous hysteria, aud wben everybody came
running out to see who was murdering him,
they found he was only calling in a friendly
tone to anolner tioy, wno waa standing on
Ue other nde of the walk about ten feet
away. t ben a boy accusta hb friend he
usually wants turn to hear tbe first tune; he
doesnt si tout to turn merely far tbe sake of
wivine to tuns asnrciaa. Burdetto in broiak.
Method uf fcasbeJaBlno
There are various metluKis fur embalming
bodie, but tlie "liruwlii prumm" is held to
be tbe bet In performing tbat tbe circu
latory syvtem is cleanwnl by washing with
cold water till it iaues quite clear from tbe
boity. This may ueropy from two to five
hours. Alcohol k injected so as to take out
aa much water aa possible. Tbia occoea
about a quarter of an hoar. Ether a tben
injectMl to abstract tbe fatty matter. This
occupes from two to ton hours. A strong
silution of tannin then injected. Thia oc
cupies for iiubilmtion from two to ten hours.
The body is then dried in a current of warm
air passed over beated chloride it calcium.
This may oretipy from two to five Lours.
Tbe body is tben perfectly reservd and re
sUta decay. Boston Herald.
A Orsat arpnae
Is in store for all who use Kemp's
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, the
great guaranteed remedy. Would you
believe that it is sold on its
merits, and that any druggist is
authorized by the proprietor of this
wonderful remedy to gire you a
sample bottle free? It never fails to
cure acute or chronic couehs. All
druegista sell Kemp's Balsam. Large
bottle 50 cents and f 1.
Wben a thing is fashionable it ia said
to be all the rage. The ragt is mainly
with thoae who cannot follow tbe fash
Who of us are witnout trouble be they
mall or large? Tbe blessings of health
are beat appreciated when we are aich
and in pain. A backing cough, a aevnrk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
very troublesome; but all of these may be
auicEly and permanently cured by Dr
Bigelew 'a Cure. Bale and pleasant for
sen area. r"nce oocenu.
Thia ia to be the beat year in a century
for Rhine wine. American erape pro
ducers will fee blue when tbey learn
Tbe most obstinate cases of catarrh are
cured by tbe use of Ely's Cream IS aim.
the only agreeable remedy. It is not a
liquid or snuff, ia easily applied into tbe
nostrils. For cold In the bead it ia mag-
icaL it give relief at once. Price, 60c
A writer in Blackwootf Mugatint fig-
urea tbat ancient Rome bad probably 7
LOCAL fOTICES. j
Fnraished rooms for rent, No. 1219
For sale New iano, at a bargain.
559 Twenty-third reeU
A. D. Hneaing. eal estats aad inrar
anoe agent. Office No. 1908 second ave
nue. Rock Island.
The Crown dininr ball. No. 1703 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to famish yon
the best meal in tbe city for 5 cents.
Bay Mercer com ty coal of E. B. Me-
Eown at bis new oal yard corner of
rifteenth street ami First avenue.
Sugar cured bans, eleven-and-a ba!f
cents, shoulders 0) cen's. aad twelve
pounds of lard f r fl, at Schroeder's
market, on Twentu th street.
Tbe Royal In sura ace company, of Eng
land, baa the largest surplus of any fire
insurance company in tbe world. A. U.
Hoesing. agent, of Ice No. 1908 Second
avenue, Kock Islan L
adsra H asas For tale
On monthly ins' ailments by Gujer &
Bank ft Bateeck. Dsaurts.
No, 1724 Second avenue. Special a (ten
tion paid to saving the natural eeth and
inserting teeth wit) out plates.
Fourteen dry lot on four years time.
with six percent pt annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
B. 1J AT EXPORT.
To the W a tea Tower.
Cara run to Clark Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and hoi id ays, and spcial
trains to accomaodate picnic parties.
Telephone to the rreet car barn to com
plete arrangement for special trains.
Barer aa Beads.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions oi trw t, ana wno aesire to
avoid asking frieads to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from forth t obligations as bonds
man, should apply to tbe agent of the
American Surety iJo., of New York.
Genera Insurance Agent.
Rock Island, P.l.
Tbe instinct of oppression is in all of
us. tven the meekest sewing womsn,
when her prices aie knocked down, re
venges herself by Veiling ber seams.
The fpartaa Virtas of Fortitaae
Mast be poesessrd in no ordinary degree
by those who bear tbe pangs of rheuma
tism without complaint, we have never
heard of such an individual. But why
not, ere tbe life long martvrdom begins,
extinguish the jirm of this atrocious
malady with Hott.-tter's Stomach Bitters,
the efficacy of which as a preventive of
the disease, as we I as a means of reliev
ing it, is well established and amply at
tested, during tbe last thirty-five tears.
over professional signatures? It expur
gate from tbe blood those an.t princi
ples which beget -he pain and inflamma
tion characterise c of this complaint.
which, it should. I recollected, is alwaya
liable to term in at i life suddenly when it
attacks a vital pa "t. The bitters also ex
pels tbe virus of rial aria from the system.
remedies dyspep-ia. kidnev complaint.
constipation and biliousness, quiets tbe
nerves, and invigrates te whole pbysi
The pug do-; n.la man- a roan
with tbe disappc inling thought that be
might be bandsonie if be were only ugly
ADY1CX TO HUTHEKa.
Are you disrurl-ed at night antl broken
of yonr rest by a tick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth T If so.
send at once and get a bottie of Mrs.
Wmalow'sSx)tbiig Syrup for children
teeth in?. Its value is incalculable.
It will relieve tbe poor little sufferer im
mediately. Deptnd upon it mothers,
there is no mistaze about it. It cures
dysentery, diarrh oea, regulates the atom
ach and bowels, cures wind colic, so fi
eri Uie gums, reduces infiammation. and
gifes tone and eterry to the whole sys
tem. Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup
for Children Tet thing is pleasant to the
taste, and is the tirescription of one of
the oldest and bet female nurses and ph
aicians in tbe United States, and ia foi
aale by all dn.ggists. throughout the
world. Price M cents dct bottle.
Some people think that tbe world'i
fair bas been located tbat is to say, it
has been placed ia Jeopardy.
Isaac Watt i Was a Little Man.
He said jocosely to six of bis tall quiz
ting friends wl o asked bow be felt
among so manv ncn. "that be was a six
pence among aix prnnies.worth tbem all."
bozodont is just so: there msy be many
preparations for the teeth, but it is worth
Tbe theory th it stimulants weaken tbe
voice gets a back-set when one meets a
man bowling drink.
To tbe young face Pozzoni's complex
ion powder fivr s fresher charms, to the
Old W 4.
Tbe Cramps built the new fast cruiser'
but there are no cramps about ber move
Pond'a Eztrai I for ain and acbea. Try
itl It gives im nediate relief, tben per
manent cure. The genuine is reliable.
Imitations will linsppoiot you.
A MEW DISCOVERY!
iTESTICUCE EXTERN OSUM
ror the ears of beamid weaA-
tnesa. Imt atency, noctaraai
EailsslBflt, and Stntiud De
rrt absorDtien. Apnliea direct tc
kae Farts. So nauseoos drncs that
rain tbe St imaca uaaranteeij
mey reraiMea. bent
autnt the I . dae-
' awaked free from
eipt of SX.
A DRES9 THE
ALBERT MEDICAL CO.
CLE VELANDt O."
K . -f
PUREI PAIATABLE! POPULAR!
Ot'AKAll'rr.r.B Pn Swf tneonefca
trsisofurm. ImhI in lu, Ikqaxi In butues.
SSeaaeaeee era Sad It invslaaele tor
Sons- Hun. Ileal raooea, Roallloa. etc.
As SSMfT a. strontrir rewiaissalee he
leading pbystoi sna. lor IotsIkIs. infanu aad
aliera. Appet sine and suwostbaaiaa).
Ask roar dra snist or (njeer lur , ,
firr.rjr'i Dcof Extrcst
Or seox) aw i. fnr samsle package aad
diir leuse aamnatat. to -
ARMOUR & CO., Chicago.
T Is powder never vanes. A aaarvel of parity.
earth and wboletuneaese;
t muiMij .ivu, hi an n.rx bv.v "
aMBpetiOea with the Baldtade of lowtesl, aaort
weight alasa or phosphate powders. Sol eair a
oa. RoTat. Baaiao Pownaa Co., 10 Wall Bl
T7" "R SALE a good raniLT borsw axd
Sew rhaetoe at a bargain. Koqnire corner of
, irrr uH i wcaij-siiis street.
HUNDRED AND FlfTT CANARY
WBird for sale.
Oood sin-erf rcaraaieed: Iw-
qotre of Ernest Wery. No. T1S fecnaa ae. lSt
SALESMEN WE WI8H A FEW MEN TO
wll oar roods by sample to tbe wholesale and
retail trade; on salary; largest msaofactarer in
oer line; tncloee c sump; Waeee $3 per day;
prnosnentpo-ttion; nxwy artrsneed for wasvs.
sdTsnising. at. CENTENNIAL STOH),
janoiT lnet nsti. O
"VArtTFTV-ARK?rr" fr onr NEW PATENT
V ire-Proof safes : mz i i ; weicht C
IM. ! Mail Mml: Mhm II lumxio. Ui.h-
et awanl -air ft merlal . lnenial
e. r ia trie safe Kirlanrt
V-rnury givru. Alpine aie Ca..OnclDaaU. O.
TO S4 A VONTU CAN BE MADE
orkuut for as; aicenre preferred who
rma fnrnisa a horse and rire their whoie time to
the easiness : spare momenta aiav be nmstabiT
emikred also: a few earaneies In towns and
cities. B. P. JOHNSON A CX., 1009 Mala Ku,
risers state ace ana basiness ezpe-
neaee .teirraiMwou seeding- stamp Tor re
pir. B. P. i . A Co. al la
The Great Restorer !
1HE MEDICINE WHICH CORES.
This is a Medicine that Conquers
and Eradicates Disease.
"It is the most Remarkable Develop
ment of this Age of Progress
A htsle InvesticstioD wl'l enevinre tob that
moch a is claimed for THE GEEAT ESSTOJt-
aE the ha'if i not told.
a. .U IKt Prom whaterrr form of com
plaint whalerer malady. Here) la Your
For cir olars eootaininr a hlstorr of this Won-
naarcL Ran sot, and some remarkable letters
from people well known, address as below.
ft? Cmt IcsUrrr fluriurtpl Wtrls,
1W Portland Aeenae. Minnraoolis, Vina
ser Pra J1.50 per hotUe. For saie hy arog'
COaiTORTABLE od ELXGAXT
For Sale br Laadlnc Dealers.
J. X. BElRlrSLET,
ATTORNET AT LAW-OfJlce wUa J. T.
wertar. ITS second Arenae.
aTTORNIT AT LAW. OfBee ta Beek Tslaaa
AAatioaal Hank Baihting. Buck lamad, ni.
. a. ssmsnT.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Once ia Beagetoa's Ckook, Hack, lalana. Iii.
1TTORNXT9 AT LAW Loans atoaeyea
innmy, bum oouecriene.
ail at Lysae. Uankere.
OAos la Po-toOee
THE DALLY AJUiCH.
TVR SALS EVERY EVENING at Cmmptee'B
a Sevi siaod. fire arau ner copy.
D. S. SIHUBEIA!!,
1 ItfTnTKCTANDSTPEMNTENDENT. Vasa
rvoffioe inc:aiatu. Ohio: Branch
fim Kaiionol Bank. Bock Island.
8T. LrtlTS COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
H" THIRD AVESCE, twtweea TenU
' Steven lb etreeta.
rm, 0. KULP. D. D. s.
omCI KKMOVXD TO
Boona M, ST, as aad 19,
Tabs Bevalor. DAVE'K)BT. IA.
T. H. ELLIS,
Mercer County, Chas. Peterson
LEHIGH and SCRANTON
Hard Coal, Brick, Tile. Etc.
Office corner Fonrteentb fit., and Second Are,
BifC hascireu nniv
sal satisfaction in Uie
rare of Uoourrbu-e and
Uleet. I prescribe it and
teej safe la recnuimrDf.
llMt it to ail stifTerera.
k.i. KTOM.K. kl.p..
fold by Dingx"1'
PEERLESS DYES best
t or JJLALk. SiltM'AvlMi.
Hadeta 4m 4'elera I bat eiiber
esses, m eeh Otl hmr Fa.ee.
Sold br Dtaaaiata.
Piea Branaa Paints 4 coWm.
i eerleas Laandrr eluioc.
leeriesslnkPowdtf . ; eolora.
Peerless Sboe Uiuness tkrueiac.
Ll 1 I . n I
' " J1-" svasn.
Hasaase - . He aeevasna eave
2TJ Tymi-. ,e for lerme. B S.
f Bi 1111 AT 'J
"W. B. BARKER,
has purchased the wmx-kkowit
Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street,
and hopes to retain the ens torn of his predecessor.-
He wQl make a great effort to perpetuate the good name of thia
Old Established Grocery
that It has always enjoyed by dealing only in the beat goods
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
New El1 S?eet Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor to Danquard & Browner)
KLOXJR AJSTD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW
Tailoring -:- Establishment!
I have opened at 420 Brad? street, Davenport, with a new
and complete stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS.
Jall and examine our stocx
A. D. HUESING
Represents, amone other time-tried and wetl
knowa Fire InsaraDceOompaaies, tbe following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England
Weschester Fire Ins. Co.. of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Roch'r N. Y
German Fire Ins. Co.. of Peoria, 111.
Citizens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Exchange Fire Ins. Co.. of New York.
Office No. 1GS Second Are..
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Floor & Table Oil ClothJ
Oil Cloth Stove Patterns
Oar all wool extra supers
are tbe best ever offered for sale ia the city.
West Second Street,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
0TICB TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposal win be reeivrd at tbe ofllee
of the Cits Clerk at Kork llwd. II!.. out 1
o'clock r. m. October Tin. l-. for tbe disjrini
sod Urirr of a tile seaer, eoaamrscmc ai tbe
West end of be alley next oo.lb f ierond arenae
from !isteenta to Srrrctentb stmts, teenre
oath akmclsaid Seventvemh street to Foanh
STrnne, and tbere to connect a ilk tbe cilj's main
Siciicsliorr and prv&ie can be seea at tbe
citr clerk's office.
The work is to be paid fnr from the special as
seteaeata and the rontractor shall bsre no claim
or lien opoa tbe city of hock I, land in any event
except from the eolieetions of tbe special aseeas
mrata made for lb work contracted for.
Tbe city rewrree tbe rictit to reject aay and all
bids. By orde-r of Oorami ite.
K.BKRT KOKHLRR, lity Clerk.
Bock Island. UL. ept.Sttb. V9.
Btateof ilennr Hakker. deeeased.
Tbe andersigned baring beea apiointed admin
istratrix of tbe estate of Het ry Hakker. late
of Ibe eooBtT of Rock Hand, state of ill:nois, de
ceased, bereby Trs noure tbat she will sppear
before tbe coonty coart of Rock Island county, at
tbe office of tbe clerk of said eooru in the citr of
Rock Islaad, at tbe Deormber tern, on tbe fir
MondaT ia frerembcr next, at wtttch time all
persons hirinc claims aeainst ssid estate are no
tified and requested to attend for tbe purpose of
haTiiie tbe seate adtoeted. All persons indented
tosaideetate are requested to make immediate
payment to tbe andcrstcned.
Dated lb ir Mlh dsy of Nrpiember. A. I). 189.
We confine our Loans to Improved
Farms in the aafest counties of
Iowa, and oa request
Prompt payment of principal and interest
HEINZ & niRSCHL,
Brownson the Hatter,
Saturday, Aug, 31, '89
SeooB j and Mala Street, Davenport Iowa.
IKmTf Far LOST erTAITniO AirH00rj:
"rV1" 1 S Ownl saS SERV0U8 blSIUTTt
TITTTl' T "akaeas ef Bdyaa4 Kua:ftrrU
V U AkXl efEmirEsrassiaOUerTnia;.
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Unas rHtatr-Krao a,
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be fsaiki em
t O&Ol P.
rssa-am iiiisaamiiiii Bovsi
STORE A TRIAL.
A. D. WALSH.
Patent, Cast and Wrought
Chea pests Fence In the world for resi
dence and Iota.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
aoeerseer to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
HAS IXTKXTKD a
which does its work in a
fjeTIt thoroughly purifies tbe air aad
remorea ail obnoiioas smells.
For sale at Emit Koehler 'a
Price 50 cents per box.
HAS PURCHASED THK
ad has remoTed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tfQe aoliciu tbe trade long eajo;ed
bj hia predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to faTor him with
John Volk & Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds. Siding. Flooring.
an1 all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth St.. bet Third and Fourth are..
Dr. Tait Butler.
(Assistant State Veterinarian of Iowa)
(Successor to Dr. J.'D. Rutherford . )
Office boars 11 a. m. to t p. m.
Dentistry a Specialty.
Cffice: Oorae's Feed Stable, Market square,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
The eld Ptra aad Time-tried
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAH).
Sates as low as sa, raMible romrer earn assaai
s ear sHissift m seoctLaa.
aa suawe aaaca.
WE AK1IE N
"InY 1 r, Mriiiiiui
llltti; Urn Ms leraette
Electric L'att ASaarensnrr.
iwii. an,hi- f
kr "t?ir cisw i m pnitiw
"n"r HUM t jMm m aS.
Iisi i.i, i-aw imoiti mil ofSrr Wit. v...
Tbetasdsa FiaeaSeCe. U L&iiV.. Ca7
rYosapOy aad aeatlr ezecated by the Aaeea ok
CvtSyectal trteatlua paid a Oaaaaa ' lal a
t j ISA f zz m r
J. B, ZIMMER
Spring and Summer Goods,
f the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits np in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES AEE HiOW
The finest carriages and buggies in
the city can be bad at any bonr
of the day or night.
L. 6. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1918 Third ATemie.
F, C. Hoppe,
so. 1SOB Second Ave.,
Kock Island, IIL
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest Imported -
WINES AND LIQTJOHS.
Imported and Key West CI gars, a specialty.
Steam Cracker Bakery,
XAIVTACTYmBB tT UACEBBI UI BttcnTt.
Ask your Grocer for tits. They ara best.
asfT SnectalUea: Tbe CVrlstr wTtTM aaattfeaOaaMy "WArt."
RtCC ISLANP. ILL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth 8t . . T Tclonri
and BeTenlh Avenue, . IVOCK. lSianil.
Ail kis4 of Artistic work a specialtr.
1$ THE hPjK .
TiVCT JACK iiu. ,
CIAUS OAP UK. FAIRBAN K C
Thk is the House, that Jack built
These are the parties, that lived
la the boose, tbat Jadk baib.
These are the Clothes, tbat were
Worn by tbe parties, that Ered in
The boose, that Jack bnDt.
These are the Machine, tbat wsJ w
The clothes, that were worn by
Tbe parties, that lived in the boose,
This is the Soap, that was used
In tbe Machine, that washed tbe
Clothes, that were worn by tbe parti-..
That lived in the boose, that Jack LoJ'.l
DAVIS & CO,
A eoici k-te clock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
t ose, Fire Brick. Etc
Sole Ajreata for
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
W pnarastee eeerr one perfeet. aw w(T) send Cofa,
Twenty dsj's trial, to reorjribe parties.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Contra
tors for furnishing and laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avk.,
Rock Island, Illinois
Taepwana I14&. Residenee TtWptoas 1W.
- Opp. Harper House
DAILY HIS STOCK OF
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island
Plans and estimates for ail kinds of bnUdin