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The Caiuplrte List r the l'oblie
bel TVarhera of K-k !
C'ovaty m Hhowa by ttapr. Mouth
County Superintendent of Schools, J.
II. Southwell, has prepared a complete
ji ot me public school teachers of Rock
Island county for the year 1890, which
will be read with much interest. It is
' appended in full:
Superintendent 8. 8. Kemhle.
Teacher of Mulc Oo. It. Houscl.
C (sthenics Wm Iteuter.
II ion fcnooL Jhoips A Bishop, prin
cipal; Cell M. Brits. Mrs. C. L. Etst
man, and Lizz'e B. Huntington, assist
ants; Mrs. Agnes Nessensen. German
Bcildino No. 1 L. C. Dougherty,
principal; Nora O Olson. 8rah Johns
ton, Ilattie E. UfndHrson. Julia M. An
derson. M. Lula Carlton. Emm VMrhnt
Sallie B. fli lier. Millie De Han to. Anna
Bennett. EmllT Freeman, teschers.
Building No. 2 A. F. Cook and
Msugie Repine, teai-bcr.
Buildixg No. 4 Mrs. L. M. Copp,
Erlncipal; Anna N Johnson, Jennie A.
oily and AiiU E Muse, teachers.
BCILDINO iso fl Mary rutt, princi
pal; Lou J Pliilp. Lucy A Tay or. Ides
sa Wekeneld, A. Lsura Llill and Ella B.
Egsn, tea hers.
Bctldino No. 8 Etta McDonall,
principal; Mai In S Knwortby, Jennie
A. Kane, Mrs. Jessl Linton, Augusta
Crawford, BUry Blurpby. Lucy S. Peetx
and Fnra Gorman, teachers.
Bcildino No 6- Annie Klrkpatrick,
principal; Kandi-lina Hrqua, Mina G.
Bowen, Nora Witborspoon, Mary L
warier ann i.uiu Uourciiill, teacher.
Bcildi.no No. 7 Magpie J. Wilson
principal; Bell Doonan, Daisy L. IIar
dy and Maria E. Simmon, teachers.
Superintendent W. II. Hatch.
TWhar of Musio Geo. It Hounel.
Ilion PcnooL Jerome McNeill, prln
clpa); Annie M. Ilol brook and Amanda
Scnoot No 1 Mary Tague. princi
pal; Aaa n. Birawiier. Lucy I). Evans,
Belma Johnson, Masrcie McCool, Nellie
M Curtis. Ellen E. Pbillp and Carrie II.
School No 8 Lucy J. Lawless. Lillie
G. Coadwick. Alma Lindeblad, Mary L
rUnltenhera. CUra J. Eau. Eleanor M.
Vituhum. Mary A. Tyrrell and Jennie
Grant School Sirah E. Dorsee.
principal; Alice J. Btrr. Grace Dinabey,
Manila L. Healy. Jennie R. Hull and
Cora M. Griflln. trachers.
School no. 2 Emm P. Stratford,
principal: Dainv L M,illnn Emm. T.
Cowper. Ell M. VVieltunira. Caroline
Reld. Amanda .T. Ii. rri
Martin. Ann Wriirbt, Srtie L. Barker,
I Hilm Kobler, Man: an-1 I. Medill. Mar
tha V. Dt?idon. tcHcln r.
f Sixteenth Stpeet School Ilattie A
Moore, priDci-ml; Julm E. Gettemy,
Mary E. Moore. E.U L. D yle. teachers.
Seventh ?tiujet J-cnooL-Emma Me-
nne and ilattte M. Cook, u sellers.
District 2. Burton Colurovp, nrs
bcftalo FrtAtntE no, 1.
District 1. Meriij K-wli.lI. Edginp
ton; 2. Ma MKImi.i,, UuQtlu Prairie; 3,
John C li'-in, Bufftlo Prairie; 4 Newton
Crawford, Tar l.,r Kilt:-; 5. Emma Hen
derson and Kate K.io.:. Illinois City; 6
Clara Levy, BuCilo Prairie; 7, Mary
BLTFALO PHAITtlGi NO. 2
District 1. MjK HcMaboD. Andalu-
sia; x, Lincoln Bacon, Illinois City.
District 1. I),)r.i l:j,-cker. Port Byron:
2. L. l!olr..v... Port Byron; 3, Frances
Oswald, Joslin; 4. Lilu Leli. 0horn
6. Ella O'DonnHI, Carbon Cliff; (J, Con
stance Mulack, Joslio; 7. Frauk Sherman.
District 1. .1. M. (Sr. isle. Illinois City;
3, Anna McColm, Footer; 3 Katie Mc
CJtiadr. Wravvillc- i Mim t."..ii v i .i
lia; 5, Ilulen Owens. Foster; 0, John E
Bretx. WrajTillc; 7. R..sa Spicker. Mus
catlne, Iowa; 8. Frank Person, Furdls
nand; 0. Leonard Wtlk-, Foster.
District 1. LinaKme, Kdineton; 2.
Mary McDonald. Il. vm.ld-; 3. Annall.-n
die. Edijintfton; 4. Mattm MrGitmis Buf
flo Piainr; 5. Irwin Hay. Andalusia;
B. Cole Mox m. l!yndd-; 7, 8. YV.
Mumey. Heyixdds and Oieiba J. Mine!
COAL VALLF.Y AM n.fTH MoLtNE
District 2. Hannah Al Kneherif. Mo
line; 8. Amanii.i L Peacock, (irern
Rier; 4. Carrie L'bble. (Nrhnn Cliff- fi
James II Stoddard and Mary Prvre.Coal
Valley; fl, Ea SiaiUon. C.ul Valley; 7
Mamie Lonsr. Rock Island; 8. Elmore
Simpson. Moline; 9, Ad CampMI.
Rotk Island:; 10 MavM.nin c.i v.i
ley; 11. harab Cornwall. Mrs. O L Corn
wall. Mrs. EvaOmMc, M line.
HAMPTON NO. 1.
District 1. Maud Uabcock. IUrstow; 2
O. V. iVttltt. H.mpton. Myra Adams.
Hampton; 3 Ldd E Cook. Hampton;
4. Laura E Odell, Hampton; C. Lulu
McKucn. Ripi.lsCitv; 6. R.ttie McNeal.
Watertown; 7. Mary Edeln.an, Hampton;
8. Bert Bradley. KipidaCity; U. Marion
t. Baker, Hump'on.
wf,)l8tric 5. ridi' M. K.n; 0, Oscar J.
BLACK nW AND SOITH II..CK ISLAND
District 1. J. 1; OnrmrA, Mil.n; Edith
Dstis Milan; Id Palmer. Milan- 2
Mary J. Ca;e. Hock l.jml; Minnje
pine, Rock Island; Dora E Newton. Rck
Island; Jennie E Wllct.x. R,.rk Mand
8 Annie Hopkirm. Milan; 4. Holla Green.'
Milan; 6 Mrs. E L. Brow,,. M.Ian; .
Maggie Van Tuyle. M.J.ne; Jennio Dick
man Roclt hland; 7, Clr E. Plummer,
RrckkIIs,i;ndd:8 M"- W"
District 1 W. W. lUllev. Coal Valley;
2. Spencer Haven. Coal Valley; 3. Wm.
? fA'iu!M: J- H. Long.
District 1. Katie Frank. Buff do, Iowa;
2. James Britton. Andalusia; Lizzie
Crawford. Andalusia; 3, Uattio B. 111
bort, Buffalo. Iowa.
tt w rJ.ct l' J L Bittinuor. Port Byron;
II. M. Rpynolda. Port Bfron: Mrs. Clara
Fleming. Port Byron; Mrs. X. C. Swing
toy. Port Byron; Nellie Timberlake. Port
District 1, C. B Marshall. Cordova;
Jennie Humphries Cordova; Mrs. L. M.
Corbott. Cordova; 2 Eva N.ylor. Cor
dove; 4. Cbarles W. Pinneo. Frlnceton;
Iowa; 7, Union with Whiteside county.
8; William J. Ollpin, Cordova: 6. Roy
Ben way, Cordova.
District 1. Annie Mathews, nillsdale
2. Ruth Philips, Conlova: 3, Henry c'
iulck. Port Brron; 4. Nerv Pearsall
Hillsdale; 6. M roin Dillon, Port 'Byron
6. John Odell, Port Byron; 7, Flora
Zieirler. Port Brron: 8 i;nnn !. n
dova township; 0. Alice O-nung. Port
v Byronj 10, Union with District 8. Zuma
township; 11. Union with District 7
Zuma township; 12, 1,1 Bsrrett. Port
District 1, Kau, Ca.Bhan, Milan; 8.
Jennie Bailey. Coal Valley: 8. Flora Re
pine. Tavlor Ridi?e: 4. Mioo Mnnt.
gomery, Reynolds; 5, Rebecca Gray,
i-reempuon; 0, Lizzie McCarthy, Pi.
District 8. Kate Morrison, Hillsdale; 4,
marv wooilburn. HHUdalu: 7. J. I. Hn.
Conned, Port Bvron.
CANOB CREEK NO. 3.
District 5, Kittle Delaney. Joslin,
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 22. 1890.
I We offer nn Tt?nTt i I T fl fpl 1 1 T ATI na P Allltrr I MEDIC A I- I - - "
I utvuir lUliV V All II 111 1 1. I a n WT 11 .
n OikLiioUN U- OUT!
SOMEiEW VIEWS ON THE TAF IFF.
By Senator Sherman in the Forty-Seventh
Senators on the othar nida tnoT'.inl
from the vote I can almost refer to it
as a DartV vote, though it ia not cntiroW
a party vote that they can make pliti
cal capital by reducing the tax on to
bacco. I do not believe it. I believe
the plain people of this country, aa Mr.
Lincoln Called thpm. rpo thrnno-h it
Thev are willinir to mv th tur m, tn.
baoco, on whisky and on beer. They
are the onlv internal taxes thnv t.-ill.
ing to pay, and are willing to let these
three taxes stand aa they are uutil we
can crraduallv reduce them as the n-
dition of their revenue may allow.
Strio VOtir internal rnvonimnf nil rJhar
classes even if to do bo does benefit aome
of the banks, even if it does keep on
Extent of the Prevalence ef the Baa
nlaa F.nldemle la Roek lalansl
Lots or It te be nre
The "La Grippe" has made its way
pretty solidly into all the various ramifl.
cations of Rock Island socioty.and while
there are no extremely serious cases, it ia I 01 ln DanlM u it does keep on
with us, and has been playing havoc with , 08 at might be kept on a little w lile
.11 the various avocaLn. of l.r. .. , ln?' WU.h DO injury; "
. 1 conunea tue system to tnose tnree ar-
midat. Diliifcnt inaulrv at tha nfflma nt I t.:ni. i .
the various railroad and manufacturing aubjecta of taxation. Then spread the
industries, discloses the fact that twenty balance of your reduction on the exr
per cent of the laboring people of the nal Uxe?' nd do what UtUe 6d you
citv are laid uo with th . imn, .. caa unu' ,MUrltt commission eual.les
us to reduce the whole system of exr-
, -. . . .. w nil., suu viui ueu uun.
'ampboll and Fro WmL
How'a This V
We Offer one handrail rinlUra mt.
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
uurea oy tasing Hall s Uatarrh Cure.
F. J. CuvKTcr A I 'n t..,a r
We. the undersipnpft ht n
J. Chenev for the last finn
believe him perfectly honorable in 'busN
ness transactions, and financially able to
-rv uui any oDiigauons made by their
West & Truax. wholesale druggists, To-
ICU s. .
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin, wholesale
uiuKiiBia, toieoo, U.
E-H. Van Hoesen. cashier Toledo Na
tional hank Tnl.ls f
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood snd mu
cous surfaces of thesvstem. Price 75c
per Dome. Bold by all druggists
FOB RENT A SEW COTTAGE OP FIVE
noil, Ka ion x.-i . . Y - J,.
' ' i"' oiiici . onuaire or w.
. Qaaylc. No 89M Thirteenth .Tends.
rOR SALE VALUARLR PITCnt tm.
trOTAint.tit n. X' 1 . . .
Pl?h',1?.ok83!i6 Hamilton St, PhUada.
fa, preserves life and limb; for foil porticalars
PP'y HOBT J. WALKER, Inventor.
WATJTED-A KIRST CLASS. 1XPER1ES
ci d Plow maker: am i tiwi... 1. ...
sin mr u, : r:.
.w nil.VU., 111.
SALESMAN WANTED AT ONCE, LOCAL OR
rDtd; quick -veiling gpecinltie; outfit free;
perlence nnnecosaarr. iaVKs r u-hitvv
nT-am jmrgerrman. Rochester, N. V.
SALESMEN WAKTED IO POUCIT FOR
, " "irv. j , gwu wivfi paia
w.i.i ZlSlL7.Vrrj?:' Korntea,
A genius has discovered how
wood without using an axe or a
He uses a hatchet.
employes, while lawyers and physicians WhyH.v.JdlorT
are by no means escaping the malady.
supt. ot Schools Kemble reports at
least one third of the two thousand chil
dren enrolled out with the disease and
in tho private schools the same ratio will
be round true.
I be engineers and firemen of the dif
ferent roads coming into Rock Island
have nearly all of them had a touch of It.
Durinc the recent camnaiirn in ni.in
one of the largest flock masters in ttiat
state produced something lika rnnj nr.
nation by announcing that be meant to
vowj tor -oampoeu and r ree Wool " if a
high tariff, friends remonstrated with
him in vain. Then they asked him w lat
were bis reasons for desertinc tha b o-h
tariff party at suck a time.
vveu," be replied. "I Lave bten
... uoh; an ui mem iinu iwucD OIll """i rejmcu, l iiave Wen
Master Mechanic Mlrfield reports that as tn,nkln over tr" matter for a kng
many as twelve have been laid un at a tm?8". i,ast presidential eloction I alniMt
iiiuj as iweive nave ceen laid up at a
time on the Rock Island road and with
this class of labor the ailment has been
unusually severe. One engineer on the
Iowa division bad three firemen break
down on him between here and Brooklvn
the other day and he was obliged to do
tbe shoveling himself before he got to the
end ot his run
voted the tariff reform tioket. hut tn,,A
not screw up my courage at the lust r 10-
iueut. out me mora 1 read aud think
about the subject the more I ni con
vinced that it would be money in eviry
wooi grower s pocicet to nave free wool.
ai present, he continued, "no coun
try in. the world which manufactu-es
woolen croods raises ennnch nt tha nv
staple to supply its own manufacturers.
I duho wj uupjjijr iuj uwq manuiacturers.
Reports todsy are that tbe disease is 1$ that England, France, Germany and
less general in its prevalence. This U U,ited Statea U to buy a
due no doubt to the more seasonable e.te,:0r.le!! 9&niitJ of T001 'aAsed 111
,.. . . , 1 Auairaiiaor tne Argentine Kcpublic.
we.ther with a continuance of which "Now. the effect of removing the
there will no doubt be an abatement of I duty on wool imported into th
the disease. - I would be. in the first nhice. to aenr! th
-g I KlIWAM 1 -"It i . 1 T ,
Meneron.ly A DDreei.t... T" . " r" "t"18 W lDe 1XI,U ,D
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the City
tJ erJ """ce. city of Rock I-land. until Monday
w . . " o-.i, nou cioci r
n, forconntructingtha improvements ordered by
ordinances of said city, which were adopted
November ISrh anil twA.l .on
.... . . .rmwi idiu j csv. respec
tively, and are entitled "An ordinance for the im-
n mvu m 1. . .I a ....... .1 . . .
r-. ..... ovi.im a(;imt irom tiie west line
of Fourteenth street to the west line of Ninth
street In the city of Rork Island:" also. "A a or
dinance for the Improvement of Twentieth otree t
;; . r ,r' avenue to the south
line of Ninth avenue In the city of Hock Island
and for the levying of a special tax. therefor.
iiiu luaienaie ana dolne tbe
work according to the plans aud specifications
The said lmnmfmanl 1 1 .i. s.
1 ... uiuciru ut saio orai-
nances cnnsiMta nt iii.hii.n i. .
eicavatin)?. gradlne. Improving and paving with
paving brick of good oua ity, thirteen blocks of
streeu In said title of said ordinances set out.
: J.w "i'""emrni must be constructed,
and the materials therefor furnuhed must be It
. : " aim epecmcations ror
said Improvement on Die In the said city c e k'a
-u..i uiu uiiiro, sain pians ana specin
utlons are open to the Inspection of all persons
Interested therein. Contractors are to fur. tsh
nJT.t j r"n wn,cn wrk is to b, done
.-..v.- iu iub wora must correspor
iiu iuiiii. in nn. mi. .nil . ... .
. - ... ...u r.;io. All OIUH DlUhl
XSi?muJe1Jw4t';. c-',Iittl ibeck in the sum
.. ..i.T. . u psyame to the order of
tbe city treasurer of said city, which shall be
come forfeited 10 said city in case tbe bidder sball
fail to enter Into contract, with approved sureties.
kij f. -j j pi ice menuonea in nis
c"rd"'S' o the plans and speciflcailons.
In the e.eut that tbe cont act should be awarded
The contractor la also requ'red to obey tbe ordi-
Blnrj M atlnn in Ik. .1.. i , L '
,pUi uollr mnor svstem ror
S.'J.r!f:Lwork ?one by t,,e city of Kock Island,
Blank bids will be f'uruished on application at
the city clerk's oftlce. Ail bidders and ether
Tli H .h, . opening of said bids
.u unJ ui tfaiiunry,
ii ro t'r,t"''y Uken, aUting age.
vjo situs JDlrago, IU.
WANTED-A RELIABLE PERSON IN ROCK
laiand and every town In this ivitt hi.
. 7 jV K-;wimr enu rererencet
and address. T. N. Crowley. 636 Main St , Ter
W l!:"u-r' maux TO MANAOK A
ainuKu unice, ai ner own home, for the Pa-
- - i . " viou;c , spienaia
opportunity: address with ainn Tk. t. r
ley Medical Institute. South Bend, Ind
WANTKD- AN IL SALESMAN, ON COM
niMlrsffl Tf that 1 kalntU.n .11 I. . .
dreM to Th ntefoHr-K. m rA cut n- . nrc
lngtonSt.. Chicago 111.
TTTANTKTs RCI.IA m imii r awn mw a v
ellm? Mall Mm An iwia i AH. ....... a.
rwJ?2Uf,me,lt? n w; selling specialtiei.
Don't delay : salary from the start
BEOW M BROS.. NLiraerymen. Chicago, HI.
COS. WASH- ft 3d AYS. I.
VAmQn.a.Ht. . . ,
DIU1 mod Prlvnt practice is enabled
w Kuaratui.ee raaie&icDraii fn rnrnni
OP tin sannknsi ii..i. v. .
throat, no e, nkfn, kidneys, bladderfi
AH1 Br 1 V f pAjl ABna A . AVV
, ",uuitu "'Kus. w ravti and strle-fn
i.. -UIC" wunoui pain or cutting.
Hot Sprlnn for the treat m . .J
nrivat. n. 1. 1 1 i ; . J
.1, rrc ""waeescan oe cured
for one-third the cost.
LADIPS ?' -tb,s treatment a
, .... lovely complexion, free
from Mllowness. freckles, eruptions,
etc brilliant eyes and perfect health
iT". a,, ml "tired feel
Inn" and all fntnaia .
ly cured. Bloating, headaches, Ned
vous Prostration, and SWni....... 1
Ov. . 1. 1 ' .
i.ri. "u'mcs, lonammaiion and Ulceration
. . H . wii ibo oia doctor.
NERVOUS. Phyle, nd Onlc weak.
ttrt.'l i-P- th,T5pecka
I5f!2?'h5 KK- r,nS1' In 'he ear. ca-arrh
.".ed connPtion and every dliqualiflca
BLOOD AND SKIN PUejrg- 8ypbl
horrible In Iu result-complexly rradlcTted
without th. ase of irercury Wula, KrMioV
".'i61- 80 Blotches, PH plea, Lcere oaTn
Tongue ?ne"- f" r. Thro.tP.n"
ihS ,..Glsndul"r enlrgement of the Neck.
RheurnaHsm. etc., cured wh.n other, h.y'e (3
RUPTURE Cured with nt pain or hind
l o . a . TSJ ron busines..
UnilNAKT. ...'weentiy contracted or
enred In A t at j. V c "esee POSITIVELY
Hor R' In"y ,Bl k cou "otning. H
SunKulVp.10 " m ' to 8 Md 7 10 P-
8 Wih. Av. 8. MIBHEAP0LI8. KIHK.
Our.establishment is getting too small for our rapidly
growing business and wo have decided to
give up our
to gain room, and will commence on Wednesday. Nov.
20th to sell out our entire stock of
BLANKETS and UPROBES
at and below cost. This is not a sham-sale but a bona
fide sale, as we will not carry any more Blank
ets m the future. For particulars
see local page.
The Pioneer Clothier. Hatter and Gent's FurnislJr
ttUU "est second St., DAVENPORT. IA.
COSEFOBTABZX and ELEGANT,
ror Sal by Leading Dealers.
The Hotel Eastman,
LITTLE Rnru anar
IArfeSi,f?lfl"rt. "K.'?"" HOTEL in
OK.IO nouses in the world
P"n ('inaer management of O. Q
?""-of Whlt Monn-aln Hotels) for season of
III- mU.fMt that the appreciation of Lt NOTICE,
e cQurls of the Rork TaUnd
tbe efforts of the R rk Island fire deaart
ment to promote efficiency in Itself aa far
as is possible for a rolunteer system, is
not confined to Rock Island alone. The
Rock Island route having learned of the
reorganization of the department and the
expense involved in the improvement, has
generously contributed $50 to the Wide
Awske Hook and Ladder company to as
sist in removing outside indebtedness
This was an act of liberality and kindness
entirely unexpected and of course all the
more appreciated, not only by tbe Wide
Awakes themselves but by all the hose
companies of the city to whose efficiency
require that the hook and ladder
truck should be so equipped and manned
that it may at all timet bo tho first at a
The people of the city probably do not
realize the state of proficiency that the
firemen have reached in the department
by their own efforts. If the tax-rtavera
and averane citizen would take ihe time
day and night when passinij by a hose
house and see how well the members at
tend to the business in hand and ho
well tho horses are trained, tbe tap of the
Rons bringing them in place, this good
service should be received by our people
witn gratitude and banked by the city
council with liberal allowances.
rf mvm w Ujl lV
price of wool La the European mark ts
to its present level in this countrr. m
only tliat, but these high prices wot Id
'We should becin to uool our i-.U
along with the other wool growing coun
tries of the world. At present, unsu t
able wools are used in our domestic
manufactures ou account of the hij,-h
price of imnortcd wools. Cndr a frlc
wool scheme we would sell these wot is
toother countries which needt-d theai
for the purposes for which thev were 1 si
fitted. Iu return, we would buv wnrla
which would enable UR to p.ioirw ta k
the English and French cloth makers .u
the markets of the world."
An American Thief Itaad.
Montreal, Jan. 21. Walter Kl.orida,
the Amurican thiof, forger and counto
feiter, who arreted heix ten days aj o
iu connection with a robbery from the Bui k
du Teuple, died in Jail Hunday afternoon of
A Mohne lda of l'am
Patii mitrbt and then aatn she might
ieei u,uiere(i at a little incident that
nppenea just after the close of her en
gaifement at the auditorium. It will be
remembered that while here the diva was
Kiven a reception t the Chicago conser
vatory of music, and the press comments
upon the event were voluminous. It is
eviuent tnat thev rcHciie.l Mii. th
Prof. Hamnel Kuyz?r h.td positive proof
it n.j a icw days ago. Tho professor
cuneo. upon ny a nice-looking, raid
die aged gentleman and lady and a pret
ty jounu uirl. They proved to be fa.
liter, mother and daughter. The mother
":'en as speaker. S.ie asked if Paul
mhiiu oesecn: was she nt the conserva
tory at that minute? Wh.n th. r.r
or uttered "no.' the lady asked what her
"' were. i n a tineatmn t . r.. i:u.
on the matter. The professor concluded
'-"ors were under toe impression
that Patti taught at tbe conservatory,
and his surmise was correct. Whn be
explained the error, father, mother and
tlauirhter exureasfct mn.h .i.... .
The rnother volunteered tbe information
that her daughter had taken singing les
sons from a teacher at home and had also
been sent to Rock Island, where It had
cost a good deal, but they had seen in
the papers that Patti had been so
praueiUor btr sinking -Home. Sweet
Home, at the conservatory that they
thought they had better bring their
uat.gnter to Chicago "We have come
on purpose forthatand nothing else," said
mams; -we supposed It might cost a lit
tie extra to get Patti, but we didn't mind
that; we want to give our daugbter tbe
best teaching there is and we are to lorry
Patti has left you " And the trio weat
away still believing that Patti was a sing
ing teacher. Chicago Hcrtild
At ths Theatre.
oliss Agnes Ilttrndon. the accomplished
actress, gave a second brilliant presenta
tion af "La Belle Marie," at Harper's
theatre last night, but to a small house
There is not much encoursgoment in
showing flrstclass artistes whan such re
ceptlons await them.
Miss Florence Hamilton is considered
one of the handsomest young actresses on
the ttt.ge and a great favorite among the
ladies. She will play four nlghta here
this week, commencing tonight In "True
Grit. This popular ttar will no doubt
have a crowded bouae on every night of
in tbe pursuit or the gooa things of
hit world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
mem. ma results ODtained from the use
oi ut. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It ia a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price. 60 cents, of
The game cock la alwayt pretty well
heeled when he goet out on a business
Little Willie screams and storms with
a burn unnn his arm T lii- urmi.
1 - . t .imic i, Hiiej
joy it tent, by using Salvation Oil, the
18 Q. R. Peters to Henry Hubert",
lot 11. block S. Daehnllinhn'a .
if 915. " '"""'u"
Henry Dedloff to nenry Huberty. net,
ne4. 6, 17. lw, 400.
81 Henry Nickell to C. D. Hoogt,
part lot 8. block 4. Bailey Davenport i
second ad. R. I., 8(H).
lir Estate of Bailey DavenoorL Will
presented for probate. Deposition of
witnesses taken in pen court in proof of
the execution thereof, and final h-in
on petition for rtrnhatn r ;n
- . - ' . vuu
tinued until Mondav. th 9Hth in .i .
o'clock p. m.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
nuts ISLAND I'OUNTT.
In the ttrcnlt Court of said county to the January
KlcUarda, Hans Le, M W. Woodford. L. J.
nenirtston. Burton Malcol-n. James F. Mont-
.Tiriu i nomas, ldmilie I oryn
Desire Corjn acd Mary J. Macbeth.
W . B. Buifleld. Reuben Wells. The fnlmnwn
...-..-..w oi -oe, wens, deceased, Dennis
"..,n,,nU,mA, course, l.aura A. Nour-e,
i?.T". wa,nerhead. Eliza Bahcock. Eunice
I. Mill, Louisa J.Bryant and ntonette Henry
Affidavit nf ths
Burflld, Renben Wells and L ,ul?.a J.Bryant and
that the heirs at law of Joel Wells, de. eased are
unknowp and made parties as the unknown heirs
at lw of Jt,l W eila. deceaced. havinif been died
tn the clerk's office of the circuit court of Hock
Island county, state of Illinois, notice is therefore
hereby Riven to the said non-resident defendants
aud unknown hoirs or Joel elie. d.eeased;
that the complainan.s Bled their hill of comn aint
hi said coiirt . n the chancery s de thereof on the
J7th day of Novcmfcer, and lha' ihereuiK.n
summons issued nnt of a ... .
suit is row pendinir, rettiruahle oii tl-e Im Mon-
required ei, as is Dy law
Now unless yon, the said non-resident defen
f" ."It?ve ,"me1- and the nnknown h Irs st law
of Joel W ells, deceased, shall personully be and
appear before said circuit court on the first dar
or the next May term thereof, to be holden at Rock
island in and for said county, on tlie first Mon
day in May next, and plead, answer or de
mnAT.Z ,he "IU eniplainant's bill of complaint
and the same and the matters and thlnes there
in charged and stated will be taken as con.
ressed. and a rinrt .ntM.j .
i Mgiuisi juu accora
lug to the prayer of said bill
Rock Island, ill.. T),
GEO. W. UAMHI.E. '
w D Cle-k of Circuit Conrt.
for (ompiainao; . " " t, solicitor.
iuu i " " "uicin) lor season or
lesq. Jsnuary ISth. Tickets should be hontrht vi.
Ionis and Iron Mouutain & Southern B R.
nrssia m. Ti ijktsh.
or HF.IHCATKII V.
j'OH IHTII at home with
Vj E't PATENT
as sliuvrn in cut. Cures
rVlld Infliion.. T I .
Ism and Uulnrla. Price S12.
Sent. C. . D.. ry e&ureas.
witn full directions.
I'kTER D. FINKE,
UTS Sd Avenue, Haw Turk.
a a. I
J. M. BEAhDSLET.
ITTORNKT AT LAW-Offlce with J. T Ken
L worthy, 7& Second Avenue.
WILLIAM JA( KSOX.
l TTORNEY AT LAW. Ofllce in Rock Island
1 i n 1 .1 .. t. ii. it. , i . . ... .
"-"""-t ouiiuiEK, jiock island, IU.
SWIESEY & WALKED
A7REJS AXD. UUCNSELLORS AT LAW
" Bujiou s liock, KiKt Island, 111.
356 Jackson St
St. Paul, Minn.
8peedily Cures all Private, Nervous,
Chronic and Bload and Skin Diseases
of both Sexes, without the use
of Mercury or Hindrance
NO CURE, NO PAY.
Syphilis, Gleet. Stricture, and all old, lingering
i uiuuu uh uecoiue poisonea.
causinif nlcera, blotches, sore throat and moot
- oouea, ana ail aiseases Of
the Kidney, and Bladder, and ail diseases se-
muiu tipwn: are l UKtU rUS I IFE.
.iS I Lt wbo suffering from the ter
rible effneta of ftxml.,.1 i ;
-T i, .' dciuw aeoui-
sU ur vx.cfBBti oi ma tare
years, producing emlsMon, Berrouecew. Iom of
cured muruuguiy ana permanently
inYM.'Jjf: Wh0J,a "ad "any years experience
In this specialty is a (rraduate from one of the
----- -- - -"j v?cb iuai ne na. un-
,C5ef, ncl correspondence saredly
confldenUal. Call or write for list of questions.
Medicines sent by mail and express everywhere
A. J. SMITH & SON,
Hatars in Convulsion
Is terrible. Valcanic ernntinna pvrlnn..
earthquakes are awfully and tremen
dously picturesque, but scarcely desira
ble to emulate in action and effect by thf
administration of remedies wihi.k
convulsion and aony In the abnormal
kimuuu oi me numan frame. Hnrh a
the effect of the old fashioned violent
purgatives happily falling more and more
into disuse, and nf whih ir .
- - unioi TZt m
stomach Bitters is the vhnlpinm. nin...
ant and far more effective tuccedaneum.
They weakened the intestines- the Bit
ters invigorates them. Th loft ik.
- - - J . w . .uc
bowels inactive, herbna irnnit.i k.
ensuinsr feebleness. Th Rittjra on tha
contrary, and because it enables, not
forces, them to act a vast and fortunate
difference Drrwlriatia thole artlvltv tnH
regularity. The liver is beneficially stim
olated. aa the kidneyt alto are, by this
medicine. Which m.bP innnnarm alaA
, - -- s I t
malaria, nervousness and rheumatism.
Wfav ia the letter L in tha word mllltarv
like a noser Because it atands between
Public notice Is hereby givc n that The Mollne
snd K.)ck Isiand Horse luilroad Company, will
Rock 1-land, to be held on Mondav the Srd day of
February A. I) vvn, at the ci y council r.Kimsin
the city o Rock Island in the state of Illinois
land at all auharquuut meetinas.) present its pe
tition to said nrv rantii-ii ...-,. -..u
council t or .t.r... earn yij
i - . vifus. ruti, main
tain and operate a double or sinirle 'rack etreet
7. M,"K nineteenth street In said
city rrom tbe Intersection of aaid s'reet with
.-..m.u roue in n interaction with Thhd ave
nue In stid city; alsonimn and slonit Fifteenth
lrpi.1 I . .. a i . . . .
Ph I -"J. irum lis mirf.eciion witn
w.c.imw w i'e uuerseciion un rinrtn are
nue. and fmmaii1 i..r , i n . ... . . .
niion and along Fourth avenue to its intersection
.vitii rirtk -. - . .i . . . .. . .
""ii,bu isu irom me lllli'rsecuon
nf .Anrik v . . - 1 ; . . . . ..
w. . uui.u B.ruuo pnu iiiun aireei souiu ppon
and aloni Ninth street to Eleventh avenne in
1 - , ' ... . -II I ... . . -v B 1. Ill O
wiFh lYim tPaokH nf ...H tJ . 1 1
...... ---- - w. n.u iMtiiiimi v.uiniiniiy,
and of the L'ni"n ritreet Kailwar Company, and to
ujf mie ma same in connection tnerew.tu.
Dated this S-.'d day of January. A 1. IH90.
Taa JIoLiKc aitn Kocx Islako Honaa Rail
lOt By C. B. HOLMES, Preallent
McEMRT & KcEMRl'.
ir I Y . jweiercnce, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers, offloe in Postottca block.
THE DAILY AJiGCS.
FOR BALE EVERY EVENING at Craantaa'a
News Stand. Five eenta per copy.
D. S. 8; HTJREVA5,
ABrmTBCT ANOStTKRINTENDENT -Vata
r. ?ie lnc'nn"ui hlo: Brant offlce ove
. -i...u l(i, nwa isiano. ril ly
ST. LUKE'S COTTAGE noSPITAi,
OSiJ?1.?1. AVCB. between Tenth ana
"""i.. red -ti
WW. 0. KULP, D. D. S.
OFFICE RXMOYID TO
MA SONIC TEMPLE,
Room. tS, ST. tS and 80,
Tak. Elevator. DAVNKRT. la.
Tha lxst nn start h ran triilm lu aul.l nf
Oriirir'a Glvcerina Salra. which ia him
safe and apeedy cure for cuts, bruises!
scalds, burnt, woundt and other tores.
Will Doalliveiv etina nlloa i.it.r
other skin eruptions. Try this wonder
neaier. naus taction guaranteed or
monev refunded. Onlv crr HnM h
Now that the oolica hava naiiohtl!.
i i m i . . e s
unppe ut arrest it assured.
"Tha world was all hfffnnt thsm l.
to choose.' and at they were a sensible
young coupie tney too a a House near tho
cumcr, wuere tuey couia get always, on
short notice, a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
o mp, at jc to cure ineircoitia.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 8ec-
uu snow, is now reaay to furnish you
mo uoai meai in toe city ror Ho cents.
50.000 to loan nn mI .1.
in tumi of 800 and upward, at lowest
current rates of Interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hunt. Attorney at
law, Kook Itland.
Modern Honaaa Tar Bala
On tnonthlv Installments hm I...- a.
I - - . u. w u vj UUJDI Vu
Barta at Bahannfc na-tin. -
No. 1724 Second avenna. Hm.i.l .it.
. MfW..C .,WU "
tion paid to tavlng the natural teeth and
uiacrung leew witnoui plates.
BUT IT SI BMdL
Those who are rennlnsH tn ofmm. I.n.t.
-1 -v f"" ""uu.
in positions of trusL and who riair tn
avoid asking friendt to become their
turetlet, or wbo may with to relieve
friendt from further nhlio-atinns
man, ahould apply to tbe agent of tbe
amencan surety vo., or JNew York.
General Inaurance Agent.
Rock Itland, EL
loft Coal far laia
At mv vard. imr nf r.uttt. .4. .
' a B. DaTXRPOBT.
Aug. 80, 1889.
1?8'1 ATK OF FREDERICK W. KEL
- LEH8TKAS8 Deceased.
To ill Vham It miv rinam v... i . i.
by slven that on the 4 h day of Fi-hruarv a 1)
It), the nndorsipied. administratrix of the" esl
Ute of Frederick w. Kellerstiass, deceased will
" ntia. mcian Adams, juilee of
the Probata conrt of lne roun,T of hock j ,a rf
state or Illinois, at the offlce of the countv cler of
aaid county in the city of Hock Island, and apply
for an order of said eonrt for leave to a. II certain
notes and accounts be longing to said estate, that a
petition ha. this day been tiled In said court ask
Ing for an order to Mil uid notes and acconnts,
and a list of the same has been died with said pe
tition, to wnlch hat and petition all persons are
Rock Inland. Illinois, ,Tnnry 17th. ltW
MAkOiRKT B. KELLKKSTKASS.
Administratrix of the estate of Frederick W. Kel
K. W. Muhst, Att'y for Administratrix.
a. win r s a.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and Importers of
Wines ai Lipors,
Noa. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
is a bskb s liM K.. No previous ezpe
m'JJ"! f,','i,r?i for terms. I g.
TASTED? W ij
Dr. Ukn Dyk'S t laWsli
KIDNEY CORDIAL, MLl'M
IF NOT. TRY IT. i fMl
TILES and GRATES.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
nuU west IDI 8ireet. QPP, Matonic Temple. DAVENPORT.
DAVIS & CO.,
HARTZ & BAHNSEN.
Whoksale A.e;ents. Rock Island
Pay Your Taxes
The Taxes for 1889 are now
due and payable to the Collec
tor at County Treasurer's office
in court house building.
HAS PURCHASED THE
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tFHe solicits the trade Ions enioved
by hit predecessor and as many new
cu8tomcra at with to favor him with
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
Safety nesting Boilers and Contractors for
furnishing and laying Water, and
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1148. Rcsider.ce Telephone 100.
E. C. Hoppe,
3STo. 1808 Second Ave.,
Rock Island, 111.
SEWERS & ANDERSON.
iContractors and Builders,;
All klndt of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth, ave., ROCK ISLAM D, ILL.
The first coal shinned Intn this msrVat
rr i .
irum mercr couniy was irom tbe mines
Of R. B. Ellis fn th fall nf 17 mr,A
hence given the name it still bears. It is I
1 - . . . ... . I
nun auuwu iu d me Dest told In the
marKet. and Othnr merphant. h a 0tnn.
. .v.vuwud U U . U BUUJ
ted the tame name and offering an in-
miur irurie iur me genuine. Don t be
deceived, but buy the genuine celebrated
Mercer county coal of T. H. Ellis, on
Second avenue. ODDosite St. Jruwnh'a
1 a. fni . .in . ' I
cuurca. ice omce nat not been removed,
but is there still, and ia th rtnl r.1aA In
the market Bellinir the olrl nH
Bitiuic. seiepnone xuou.
nn 30 million Pounds
BAXK A.AD EVERY YEAH.
rjHVP BECAUSE of all CHOCOLATES
Willi it is the purest and best.
Paris Exposition, 1889 y aDJffi5S:
Ask for YELLOW WRAPPER.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE,-
RRAklLI LJtl tC-rm t UiiAki aAssMa .........
H. D. FOLSOM,
J KEEK WWW FECI 1. . J
lias opened his New and Spacious
SAMPLE ROOM -
No. 1620 to G26 Third avenue,
where he would Oe pleased to see his friends.
"Half ana '.lf. th.-
B. F. DeGEAR.
Contreictor etnd Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St.
I J a .a a
.11 kind, of Artistic work ntto. Pl.n. snd etUmatet for .11 kind, of bnlldlng.
I ROCK ISLAND HOUSE BARBER SHOP
AND BATH ROOMS.
perd throughout and tt. b.tb room, recanted, iu ft everytbligTsln flm-cliS. sUl.
w ww vr
w ww w
w w w w
S R '
No. 1707 Second arenne, Kock Island.
Dr. Tait Butler,
(Assistant Bute Veterinarian of lows)
AND SURGEON :
(Soocessor to Dr. J. D. Rutherford.)
Offloe boots 11 a. m. to I p. m.
Dentistry a Specialty.
Cffles: Coyne', reed Stable, Hsrket sonare,
ROCK ISLAND," ILL.
Carpenter and Builder,
Office and Shop No. 309 Eighteenth street.
tyPlant drawn and estimates furnished.
OHLWEILER & SPILGER,
Contractors and. Builders,
Shop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th streets,
iPl-pd Rnrh'sl fllrl ntanrl
t3"All kinds of Carpenter work and reyalring done. Satisf acUon guaranteed .
. TTli-A-'j3V4aWW. ,