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THE HOCK ISLAND AKG US, THURSDAY, OCTOUEK 3, 1889.
WHAT THE STARS SAY.
Saeaae Urlm rre4etiaaa Tr lh Pre-a-t
Eiciting ew nts may be lookd for in
Europe during tba tenth month of 1SS9
according to tbe following forewarning of
Zadkiel in "Tbe Voice of tbe Start:"
"Saturn changes bit sign on tbe Tib
Intt., bj learing Leo tod entering Virgo;
according to Cardaa this produce me
teors tod splendid tigbu and tpptritiont
10 tbe heavens.' Whether tbit effect be
produced or not tbe prospects of Turkey
will be OTercloudeJ for more Ibtn two
yetrt to come, for Virgo it its ruling tign
and Saturn it tbe 'greater in fortune.'
Tbe days of the tick man are numbered
and tbe glory of Ilam la about to be
erlipaed. The Comte de Tarit will ft-el
tbe eril effects of Saturn in transit orer
tbe place of tbe tun at bit birth. Tbe
ritr it alto plagued bj Saturn, and will
Bad aim If involved in trouble. To
ward tbe cloe of the month Saturn ar
riTra at tbe square aspect of tbe place of
tbe tua at the birth of a great personage.
whose hralih will require careful alten
tion. There will be ame riotous demon
slralloos in Lon ion very shortly and i
gxd deal of political exciwment. Tbe
lt. 10th, 04th. 2?ih and 2ih inL are
fortunate birthday anniversaries. Tbe
13;h, 15th and K;h are very unfortunate
let all wboe birtbdav anniversaries fall
on either of these days safeguard their
health and avoid change and (peculation
or roiafortune will result, especially to
thoae born in either l2t. lja$or
1"64 News from S)uih Africa will be
Raphael's "Vokw of the Heaven i'
tajt: "The oew moon for the month oc
curt the 35th. at i 42 in tbe morning, at
which time tbe laM dfgree of Leo will
accnd, and Venus, Saturn and Mart will
bv on the asccn.lanl in textile to Mercu
ry, and near the trine of Jupiter; this it
fortunate, for the pretence of tbe two
malt fic planets on the aarn.lant is very
unf.irtuoate. and except for the beneflc
rayt of Jupittr would have inaucursted
a mol diatr-vut month, more especiallv
at reeardt trade, commerce and accidents.
Of the Utter there it likely to be an
abundance of very fatal mishaps, also
many fire, and much crime through
drink and jealomy. Tbe lunation occort
in the middle of the aecond house and
will cauae a heavy governmental expen
diture for the month. Ilcrarhel in the
third will produce disasters in traveling,
rnmort of war. fon-icn complications,
wbicn, however, are not likely to end
seriou!y; Jupiter on the cnp of tbe fifth
it favorable for achK young children,
and placet of amusement generally.
"Jupiter progresses in the sign Capri
corn, which will benefit Greece and India
chiefly, but in this country and New York
it will cause violent fluctuations in the
ttock and share market, panic on the ex
change and commercial failura. Mart in
Virgo will produce trouble in Parit, and
in Tut key we iball hear of attempt at
revolution, and brigandage and crime will
Port Btros. Oct 2.
Pan Larton and family aiaried for
J. P. Odell is clerking in J. P. Oar
nett's ttore thit week.
John Moore ttaned tot his home
Mon City. Iowa, todav.
Pr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Merrjman. of
Moline. were here today
II. E Cuteel was here last Thursday
and Friday after jurymen.
J- C Fleming came home frr.m Gil
chritt Saturday and returned Monday.
lira C. C. Coyne and Mr Gen. P.
Moon went to Davenport and Rock Is
J. C. Wainwright went to Chicago
Monday to at:end the grand lodge of A
F & A- M.
Pr. Tru'sdalc was up Tuesday to
Wm MrR-thcrta. in consultation with
Dr. J W. Morgan.
J. F. Garneit took the afternoon train
Mondty for Audumon, Iowa, to remain
two or three weeks.
Lawyer Meese, of Moline, was here
Tuesday in the interest of Arthur Mead
in a damage tuiL
II. C. Woodward went to Rapids City
Tue.a? on a fianin lour. 1. rhi
tiara a floe uiDg ot alarn .
E. I). "Seal alarted ToeU ...
home in Missouri, after an extended visu
with his brother. Pr. E. B. Neal-
Mra W. II. Devore. Mra. J. W. ftmon
on. Mr. L. Karr and Mrt. A. W.
Grant go to Chicago Thursday morning
to take in the exposition.
Pr.nk Sher.herd. of Okalooa. Iowa.
... Fr..t and Saturda?. He and
John Scbafer went to Geneeo Sunday,
to aee bia brother. W. C. Shepherd.
M m Nellie Hunt, who baa been an in
valid for n year or more, died at eleven
o'clock Monday at tbe residence of her
brother. C. S. Hunt. The funeral will be
held at 4 p. m. todav.
Tom Wilson and hi molber. Mr, w m.
Malarkey. and Wm. Tilbrook and wife,
tarted for Pituburg. Pa.. Tue.iay.
where they will visit friends and rela
tive for a month or two.
THE Clll'UCH CASE.
Tne Hrta HMkrr Trial Mkleh Vmt
( site as riswr ! the Beeewt M. E.
'reree at taleara.
In tbe list of pastoral appointment
for the R.Kk Island M. E. district as
made by tbe Central.lllinois M. E. con
ference and appearing in last night'
Argus, it waa stated that the presiding
elder was left unsettled. Tbe reason of
thi was the trial now in progress be
tween the present presiding elder. M. A.
Head, and Rev. Hoober. of Peoria, and
heretofore spoken of in the Arocs The
conference delayed it deliberations sev
eral day in order to act upon the rase,
but finally wa obligedjtd leave it unset
tled. Tbe case baa aaeumed such n posi
tion that it 1 now pretty nearly atrial of
Presiding Elder lie ad, of this district, for
slander, as well a a trial of the Rev.
nonlr on Mr. Head' accusation that be
it a dead beat. One of the hardest
things in the world, very frequently, is
to prove that n dead beat is a dead beat.
Thi branch of the genu homo can slip
out through very small holes, now and
The Rfpb jVja-?iVr say there was
nothing sensational to disturb the slag
gikh cunvol of the trial Monday. In the
afternoon the Rev. Gue, of this city, and
one of th. leading members of the con
ference, tes'ifled strongly against Mr
Hoober. Mr. Gue u presiding elder of
the Onarga district, and at that time Mr
Hoober was assigned a small church in
that district. The parsonage needed re
pairs, and to secure the money Mr. Hoo
ber and Mr. Gue went on a note for 3
although the debt wa one incurred for
repair on church property, which wa to
have been met by subscription, the note.
however, making the payment sure,
However, the money was not raised, and
tbe two on tbe note were thus liable. Mr
Gue testified tntthe paid ?1.V on the
note, and tare tbe impression that
in to doirg he was imposed on by Mr.
Hoober. at it was Mr. HooSer's business
to tee that tbe subscriptions to pay tbe
note were at once collected. Mr. Gue
said lb at as Hoober wa not worth any
thing it wa not worth while to bring suit
against him. At this juncture, however,
Uoober introduced a letter written by
Mr. Gue at tbe time, in which tbe latter
represent to the holder of tbe note that
be (tauel is roor; that noober has some
property, and that, therefore, the note
might be collected of Hoober. Tbe letter
produced quite a breeze. Mr. Gue was
satisfied that he paid flVi. On this point
me A!iViMWyiJfiT continue, it is
but jjst to Mr. Hoober to say that he
will introduce evidence to show that Mr.
Gue paid but $50, and that the balance
was arranged for by Pr. Evans, who sue
cee1ed Mr. Gue a presiding elder.
John B. Gough, the far famed lecturer,
excused himself to an aulience becaase
of a had cold, then started for EgTiu in
the hope of getting rid of it. Egrpt
contains no temedy more certain in its
result than Pr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Twenty-two pumpkin growing on one
vine, and nearly all of them a large as a
half-bushel measure, was a sight lately
seen on a farm in Cherokee county.
Boats for a lie at Batchelor ' at two
A. D. Huesint, real estate and Jnsur
ance agent. Office No. 1608 Second ave
nue. Rock Island.
If yon want to bay a decent suit go to
Robert Krause, 115 and 117 W. Second
Buy Mercer o nnty coal of E. B. Mc
Kown at his nevr coal yard corner of
fifteenth street and First avenue.
Sugar cured isms, eleven -and -a half
cents, shoulder f J cent, and twelve
pounds of lard for ? 1. at Schroeder's
market, on Twe nieth street.
The Royal Insurance company, of Eng
land, baa the It rgest surplus of any fire
insurance comp-tnv in the world. A. D.
Uueeing. agent, office No. 16I8 Second
avenue, Kock It land.
Loans by the Rock Island Building
Association Tusdv evening. October 1,
1S9 Premium Trom 18 to 20 per cent.
Take stock in he 3th series which is
now open. E. H. Guter. Secretary.
Medara Hoasaa Far Bala
On monthly installments by Guyer &
Bank Babceek. Deattsta.
No, 1724 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to taring tbe natural teeth and
inserting teeth without plates.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time,
with six percent per annum, to any one
wUhing to budd this summer.
Ta tx Watch Towsr
Car run o Black Hawk's Watcb
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and spcial
trains to accommodate picnic parlies.
Telephone to ' he street car barn to com
plete arrangenents for special trnins.
I araty an Beads.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friend to become their
sureties, or a ho may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as hoods
man, should 'tpply to tbe agent of tbe
American Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Atrent,
Rock Island. Dl.
1 Aroot F Cutter to Samuel F Scbenk
pt block 12, Thompson fc Well ad. K
"n.-nii.n T" tliithinaon to Amo C
Sbeppard. lt . Richard H'H u0 diT
PeirVon to Lar. Wilton.pl block Wry.
Brtat&iag ta Carta cf Duiiw.
To inhale the germs of disease with
their daily breath is the fate of denizens
of malaria-aciurged localities everywhere.
The endemic atmospheric poion may,
however, be reft of its veuom and ren
dered innoxious by a defensive use of
Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters. This pre
eminently safe and elective remedy and
safeguard not only eradicates tbe diseaoe
when developed, but enables the system
to safely brave its assaults. Every phys
ical function is confirmed in or restored
to regularity, the Circulation quickened if
slugsih. and a bilious habil. which of
itself begets a proneness to both inter
mittent and remittent types of malarial
disease, where extrinsic atmospheric
causes exist, powerfully counteracted by
this inimitable fortifying and defensive
agent, which has. moreover, none of the
disagreeable chtiracteristica of a drastic
cathartic or an alkaloid. Fever and
ague, dumb apie and ague cake, and the
calentura of tbe Iihmus, are conquered
by it surely, pleasantly. Rheumatism.
neuralgia, gout, kidney and bladder
trouble, constipation and indigestion
yield to it.
us iiuc mrori 1. 1 uie season in
at Cambridge, Pa., were a
twentv-teven pound piaj v. an eel
weighing four pound eight ounce. 1
ADVICE TU UTHXKA.
ar ron diaturbed at night and broken
ot yonr rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain oi cuiung trvuii i ,
M-nl at once ana set a wiur '
willow's Soothine pttud tor cnuaren
tethinc. Its value is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer im
mediately. Pepend upon it mother.
.Kr ia nt irustake about it. It cure
dysentery, diarrhoea, regulate the stom
--v. nd bowel, cure wind colic, toft-
en the gum, reduces inflammation, and
riTM tone and nergv to the who e sys
tem. Mra. iniowa chiwuiuK
for Children Teething is pleasant to ine
tte and is the prescription oi cne oi
the oldest and best female nurses and phv.
aieiant in the Unitea states, ana i ioi
..i. t i all druccisu thruaefaout the
ortd. tTTC eenw vi
Theftmou German regiment, known
as tbe Black !)runwickers, are about to
exchange th.ir time honored uniform
for tbe Pruss.an pattern.
In the pursuit of tbe gooa things of
his world we antidpate too much; we
eat out tbe heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasure I y delightful forethought of
them. The -esults obtained from the use
of Pr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, li'-er, kidney and bladder
troubles. It ia a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial duease. Price, 50 rents, of
A former teacher of Latin in one of the
high school in Indiana is now driving a
dirt cart in Wichita
Who of u are wuoout trouble be they
small or lar-re? Tbe blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are aich
and in pain. A backing cough, a severk
cold, or anr throat or lung disease are
very troubk tme; but all of these may be
mckly an 1 permanently cured by Pr.
Bigelow" Cure, Safe and pleasant for
ihildren . Price .V rent.
A canal 2 50 miles long is to be built
for navigat ng purposes in New Mexico.
It will be tl irty feet wide.
The best on eartfi can truly be said f
Gr.gg Olyferine Salve, which is a sun,
aafe and sreedy cure for cuts, bruises,
scalds, bun a wound and all other tore.
Will positively cure piles, tetter and all
skin eruption . Try this wonder healer.
Satisf actio. guaranteed or money refund
1 . nl v a rent. Sold b dnirpists
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
SATURDAY EVE., OCT. 5th
A. GREAT EVENT
Firt l.mt h THTerport. tbe U'et Farre Come&t
bj H.bnmn IXwiocl y.
Intmda ioi: Frar.k TVhon and Amy Ame
and a prrat nxnpicj.
f'sici. Hl.uti ", SO an 1 feat : a)e of -:
o;-b at TW ttl office. Bums tp-ra iluatr, Thurs
day ox II QJ If
A NEW D1SC0VERYI
Tt,v. Wavland P 1511. Bailrore,
. . . .
-i K,.m .aain alter uaTiDu mhq
4 t miles through turope o" u
His wile accompauieu
. Inpoteacv, Nactaraal
Imiaslona, d Stinted D
tie Parts. No Mnmwi drars '.hat
u X -ar or mooey reroad-a. ett
a V to any part M tba I -S.e
-uroif iiaeked 1M Iraxr
X.oerrauon o pto
ALBERT MEDICAL CO.
xw, e 3
9 PhicaPO ad. R. I. 132
Louia Bender to Wiluelm Gumta
ne 4. 3ft. 19. 2c. f 2.2VW.
John Linn to Rufo A Smith, pt lot
block 1. Moline. 3.&ni.
a t..n;t of Thomas B O'Ponnell.
Hearing and verdict that Tboma B-
There' not a charm that light the far
With o ineffable a grace.
A weet. pink lip ana ivory teeui.
And nothing now. beneath tbe ky.
Can beautie suck a these upply. .
a v. t MMri
pave ooiouou. j
A aon and two daughter of William t
""nDK"ou1 " . a nanrr.and Ur"- ", rwteatown. Pa., all celebr
U UODBCII II mwire - r , I n - i . i-m
l i j .nnAinUnt to I kikj.. i,nIoniarea on MDw 4
that a conservator suuu u - - mcuuiiuiuaj . ,
manage and control ' UrAr n
commute?, to tan . -- ---- v miD WOma,
ii.i a a. l eri a
uima x-ft t:yi
r m . v . Inlkniiff A ill
EflUl of JobftDtlM Afklbooj.
when ber price are knocked down, n
Pu?ei Palatable! Popular!
oriRtSTrEn fw iumn
tr4 K.iJ ia )ara. bqa.d la Mum.
HwM.aKiw d4 it tnTalaaate lor
t mpa. Mfw. Mm! um, Buaiikna. eae.
A Ber Tea. aaroociy imiaiatoM r
e-adiaa peMeiana. fnr loTalid. infaata ajkd
ur Apiatmii aw arnanma.
Hums aaJaa Ojaaat ETavlawaaaw
' . ' .i..l.l1:..kuml. I 111.. II Sa I!I!I rillllLI
j ...t..! Tetter tentamen-ineenerseii oj leiiiun runuwai aw awwva
aumiiwru r- "- Rnnrfl J Or ma ao. fnr aaaiala aarkaca aa
tarylsauedtoJuliMMoaenfeldcr. Bona i Bert Hector, of Macon countlj icnw impblM. u
filed nnd approved. niinoi. tbe "mother of twelve children; J RMOVR & CO.f Chicago
. . .k . t. Amm tn a aiTleen- .
nn ttinn ue wui mj - i
twt AfctalTswa. I
t . . i f , . i a '
It ia the current report wu. -1 , . . . I
- t- T.i..m Tor inc mrwi fonn I uirni "J J t -
UU atUK. ..!- ourM I . ir.Zt. I- .11 n.rta of the d. fOT
T la powder sever vanaa. A marvel of parity,
dearth and wbolesnneBeas; more ecorxny
Utaa ike ordinary Binds, aa cannot be told by
flow pari tioa wiia (he multitude of low t. abort
weight alam or phoepbate povdera. Sei4 eay
COM. RoTal S4UM Povsii Co., 10 Wall l.
F R SAL8-4 WOOD F AMILT HORSB ANP
New Fhaba at a hareain. Enquire comer of
ine and Twenty it aim-u Sl
0"K HIXPRKD AND FlrTV CANAKT
BiMs Ut Mia. tn-XKl in-er eurnlrd; in
quire of Em-i Wery, So. Tl Seroad are. lt
SALKVB WK WISH A FEW IKN TO
ell oarroda by rample to the wholesale and
rvtau trade; on alar ; largest mannfaclacers In
oar line; inclo c ftamp; U"f $.1 it day;
permanent po ioon; moncT artTaneed for aifrs
aJvrt)ing. KTC. e BNTKXMAL MTlitU,
Jano IT tlnctonati, O.
AVAS.TE.T-AGFVrs NFW PATENT
lini( -sf-; via- sxiii. t-iatit i;
Itw. : rwta'.l pnrR; orher. in pr.ii-.ni.M!. Hurh
el award M.ver mx!al intnn:al Kiivwuton.
,Kr" "hano ; prnianrnt Iwunm. Umt rrI''-
V r are n in the f, p... J jrtu.tva
frnlory jui-u. Jtlpine !N,e t o. tlnrtnaaU, U.
tfrC TO M A MONTH CAN PC M ADR
D I J wirktnit for a: arrn'a wrf erred who
c.a rarntra a aure aad r their who time to
the baeineaa: spare aKmeats may be pmAtab':y
employed aim; a few araDftes In towaa and
c.tia B. r. JOUON A IV.. 19 Mala M..
S B. Please state are and baainess eire
nence eer mind aboal tending Maap for re
piT. B.F.J. A Co. apl4m
le Greal 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 Proijress
A littia lnTetuoo will o-tirin.-e too that
morh a ;r claim d for THI GRKAT EEST0B.-
KKtbe ha f i not told.
L. A 1 1 HS K mm s hstrr form of eom
plaint-whaterer malady. Here Is Your
t cir clara eoetaiclnf a histnrr of thi Wo-
MtrrtRtnor, and fomt remarkable leuera
from people we'd known, addrera as below.
Tsr Gmt trsUrtr Pbrmvpal FwU
P.wtlacd Aeenae. MmocaDoii. M .na.
w I'nce tl bO prr botue. For aie by crag-
COMFORTABLE aad ELEGANT
For Sale by Leadln Deal era.
J. 31. RE.4RDSLET.
L worthy, 17SS ceorjd Aeeoaa.
I TT0RNKT AT LAW 4Mtc Uk J. T.
ATTORNKT AT LW. Oflea la Roe Talaa4
5iatwaal Baak Baiidme. R. lalaad. I1L
a. a pwrrarT. e. k w .
SWEEJET k WILIER,
TT0ENKT9 AND COCN9 KLLOR3 AT LAV
Oooe la Benratoa a block. Hock lalaad. 111.
ATTORVBTS AT LAW-Loan, money oa gm
UfiM ta FwMoOoa bioxA.
ail Lywda. baakcra.
THE DAILY A RHUS.
ri aenta per copy.
rvR 9ALK XVKKT XVBXtNO U Cramptwnt
I wi ntaad.
d. s. smrREiix,
RrTtTTItCT AXOSrPKRITDKVr -Harm
florBre 1nc.nattL. Ohio; Branca
Pin Kattoaal Bank, Bock Ulaad.
office or re
ST. LrES COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
ft THIRD ATKNTS, between Teeth and
feb 14 tf
lun 1 making aome remarkable curea bo,piuj, i M parts of tbe
wltf iople who are troubled with L,. aod bemorrhaites. Oe.
.a m an aa nrnni- uitin l wii d nmi w mkim
Mnirhi aon turotl. auuiu " ... I -
and consumption. Any drngprt will
g,e you a XrM bottle free of coat. Itta
large bottlea are 50c and tl.
Genuine only inJ
B art Coal Market.
Blacksmiths' coal. R1 ?d
f7.6i; -tow. o. anu -.;..
. a i nn in i ..mi.. -.
W' Tl !T:1J:i wllwed if Dld within
ill d.y. Channel coal for grte,
. i . , t a nnw
llfu"'- . iH n.. ton. now ia toe nut -j
time to prevent ita eipinng and expired per ion. q. Trazkb
N.Z. McCril'ia. of Deitet. Me . PjJ
up the duet on bia me inaurauw ju-. -
Vta of jamiM iwkm, Jirnn it
Bpderietrtl. baring been appointed Exeea
trrof V aM wd and tewumeet of Jobaanna Aa
u owj. v or US eoaatr of KocA lalaad. etat
tf llhnoi atcetd. herebr eleea notice that be
in . ... - - . ... .
w m -t i 'oei oritur eoaaty eoan of kock taiaaa
Cani7.i .0ffit of tha clerk wf aatd coart, ia
VT .lock Hand, at tha December term aa
rlrl Tiay a Iwbir neat, at which time
ill Pn ntTUim. aninrt aaid ewtate are
lotiSwd and I to attend for the tmrpoee of
lATins UMa adatted. AU pervona iadrbaed
ta aaid eeta:a-e rv-trd to make 1m medial
narment to 9
tooer. A. D 1.
UU, 0. KULP, D. D. S,
OFFICE RXMOTXD TO
Rooms M. ST, ta and x.
Take KcTasor. DAYINKRT. La,
W. B. BARKEB,
has purchased the WELL-Kirowir
Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street,
and hopes to retain the custom of his predecessor.
lie will make a great effort to perpetuate the good name of thi
Old Established Grocery
that it ha always enjoyed by dealing only in the best goods
AT TDK LOWEST TRICES.
New E111 Street GroceiT
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor to Danquard fc Browner)
FLOUR AND 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 STORE A TRIAL.
-New and fully equipped. New furnishings throughout- Will compete
with any. Send for rirrulars.
Tcitiox: Four months, 25: Six months. 3.; Nine months. $50.
Addres C. W. FENN. Hock Islaid, Ills.
A. D. HUESING
T. H. ELLIS,
Mercer tounty, Chas. Peterson
LEHIGH and SCRANTON
Hard Coal. Brick. Tile, Etc
Office comer Fottrteenth M.. an ood Are,
Represent, amone other time-tried and well
known Fire Insurance Com ia&iea. the following:
Royal Insurance Comrany, of England
Weschester Fire Ins. Co.. of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Roch'rN.Y
German Fire Ins. Co.. of Peoria. 111.
Citizens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Exchange Fire Ins. Co., of New York.
Office No. 168 Scnnd Are..
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Floor & Table Oil Cloth.
Oil Cloth Stove Patterns
Onr a';l woe! cx:r mpera
are tar beet eer offered for a'e in the ci:y .
v est cecona cireet,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
JPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Notice i herrbr Cirr. to a'! person. ictrrrtri.
that tbe Oitj Ooancil pf the citj of Kock Itlaod.
r.av-.ooroerea uiai :
There be coo!ro-ted ia .iM cite an andor-
rrouDtl srwer, beeinnia; on the rai lice of the 1
intersection of eixtrrnih rtrret with the alir;
crxl eoath of Second avrnne. rnnn:c? thence eaM
aloccaid ai:ejr toa(uint twrnty-foor 1 ret et of
ne aouaicz line oc t&e w'. r lUe of eTeotrenth
ureru rnnnics thence oattu-r!T on Seresteenth
-trret to fourth avenue an 1 there coonrc4in
ith the aia'.n eer on a:d roartb avrnae.
have aprlird to tbe o nntr roart of Rack
l aoU cootty. in the atatr of Iiitnoi. for an a
arment of the twt of aid improrrnrnt actr-
din to beneCte. and. aa ar anient thereof hav-
ds rween made and rrtomrd to atd ronrt. the
final heartnc thereon win he had at the Novem
ber term of wd coon, ronistrncin; oa the ll'.h
daT of November. A. D. I".
All rraoc deeinne mar thra and there ap
pear and make their d fctt-e
Ltatrti at fort iMand ibie sB lit of Set'tem-
ber, A. U.
J R. tnHNSTON
E. K. PAKMKN i KR.
Com n IwioMn.
Administratrix s notick.
Etate of Hennr Hakkrr. deeea,ed.
Tne nnderainrd baring hern appointed admin-
iwilni of the relate or Met rr maker, Ute
of the conntT of Rock I!and. flAlt oi lli toi, dr-cea-or-d.
hrrebw cirr notice that .he will appear
before the coon: court of Rock Iaiand roomy, at
the office of the cWrk of miJ roan, in the cite of
hock Island, at the Deermfter t-trro. on the Brt
Monday in Decemhrr nex. at wnich time all
peraona harinr claim. acaint raid eatate are no
tified aad reqneeted to attrnt for the parpooe of
harine the nat adioeted. All perwtna iodrbted
toaaiJevtate are requested to make imtaeUiate
parment to the BBurr-iened.
Iate4 tai t:a aay oi pirmnrr. . u. ie.
MINNIE H AKKER
Sept Sf-d3w Administratrix.
John Volk & Co.,
Sasb, Doors. Rlinda. Siding. Flooring,
aal all kind of wood work for bataera.
Klfihtrenih St bet rbed and Foarth are .
PEERLESS DYES best
r B LAI la JSTOi KlAfciS.
Marie la 4 afara that rllher
fraaaa. Ua.k Oat ikar aaae.
Soli by Srngists. Alas
f'lrfca ftraora Pamta t colon.
I'cericaa Laundry Bluing.
PeerieaalakPwdera r rolora,
Perries L Lryca-S celura.
Tfc'jO Basriem nire
aat aatiirfarMoa ta tb
enra of Ooavrrtifra aad
ilrrt. I preactit it aad
feel aafe In reoHoniem.--tne
It to all mRrrera
i.i. VTOM K. ...
FjU by I'TBcr."
Mm rvrnca repaired. Wrna for m
J. M.' BUFORD,
Taa U TUmit Tlm tried Com pan tea
X preeati lew.
LOSSES flOMPTLY PAH).
as ft eallahU ran..
Taaratronaye la aoOciiaa.
aay be fawn! oa
at GEO. P.
ROW ELL A CO'd
Bcasaa (IS Bpraoa
a aikam B
foanpeiy aad aeatl r lecated by lha Aaaca Job
tntftdal atteaaa paid ta ComxarcUl work
Patent, Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence In the world for red.
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
Socc aaor to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
HAS INVESTED A
which does its work in a
?It thoroughly purifies the air and
remoees ail obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emit Koehler'a
Price 50 cents per box.
HAS PURCHASED THE
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
fJTDe solicits the trade long enjojed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to faror him with
We confine our Loans to Improved
Farm3 in the safest counties of
Iowa, and on request
Prompt tayment of principal and interest
HEINZ & HIRSCHL.
Dr. Tait Butler,
(AiUat State Veterinarian of Iowa)
Sacoeor to Dr. J.'D. Rutherford.)
Office hoar 11 a. at. to t p. m.
Dentistry a Specialty.
Office: Co.TBe'a Feed Stable. Market aqaare,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Brownson the Hatter,
Saturday, Aug, 31, '89
Seeoa 1 aad Maia Street, Darenport Iowa.
WE AIT Mr.W!i.r.
-at .r-iii acoiuiiTM i
n iiikf n.njiiw laraotaa
uri m a w uuc .
Nftf ('.. ' Mfc .4 v .an. n rfn
cm mi ta lama emhi KtM umU:' Ma
taaSaaeariartTMsCo. IS LiS-'-. Ca--jai.
FOIl HEW OfO!
A POSITIVE "t0STarrAn.nI BAKHOOD:
" Orarral aaa HERVOTJS DlvBllIT If
V J Mm Mi -r rrr.iaamia 0im taw
JJ-JI fc"iit-Ja a.
. (tuite contraT)J
tlou) does Xz
WitH dainty I
all in a row?
Their uihtfeness surelv sW?s lliesno
All Grocers sell SANTA CLAUS SOAP.
Made by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago.
DAVIS & CO.,
l ' t-.Via
H. -Si 1U
- 1 J '
. Sfc-r' I
ES Le !
A oompltte rtock of
Fipp, Braes Goods, Packing,
I OBe, Fire Brick. Etc
Sole Amenta for
DEANK STEAil PUMPS,
ani SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
Wa p r: tee ererr cne jerfect. an- win vend Cpa.
Tat: tj daj'a i triai. to Krtoneibie panie.
Safety ITating Boilers, and CoBlrtA
tors f t r furnishing and laying
Wa: r, Gas and Sewer Pip?.
1712 First Avk.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
T lepfcooe 1HS. Reaalrcee TrW; tot lue.
J. B, ZIMMERi
Opp. Harper House.
-13 RECEIVING DAILY HIS STOCK OF-
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he mates his suits up in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
IFVV.V T TTrPTDV
Tbe finest carriages aod buggies in
the city can be had at an y honr
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
F. C. Hoppe,
No. 1S08 Second A.ve.,
Kock Island, 111.
SEWERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
All kinds ot Carpenter work done. General JobbiDg done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAN D. ILL.
Second Arenue, oppoaite Harper House. The choicest imported
WHSTES AISTD LIQTJOES.
Imported aad Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. OHEI8TY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
uimonm n cunm in Bitctm.
Ask yoar Groow far tfctm. TVey tra beat.
Vtaaeaiuas: TaaCkrtsty TtTtX aM A 0taty "WAfW.-
IfCC rgLAKD. TIX-
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue. Rock Island
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,.
Office and Shop Corner SeTenteenth St. . . 1, Trlonrl
and SeTeaih Arenue. : XVOCK. ISlanU.
91 All Uada of Artlaaic work a apeetalte. Plana aa4 eaUmate for aU kind of baudti
nimaelf an hour aiterwara.