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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1890
Aril.. ikr Paving III. ... II
led. fl ana Mew Our, U. l rr--Other
It v affair.
Oakial Report 1
Cmr CocKtn. Room, Rocr Island,
Feb 17. The council met id rvguiar
vmi -bob lbl session it 8 p.m.. Mayor
McConnchie presiding and all tbe alder
nco present. The mintta of tbe laat
meeting were read and appro Ted . Alder
nan Buncber, from tbe committee on
market, read an ordinance on tbe sub
ject of licensee, filing rates for ped ihng.
etc. Ad amendment was adopted giving
tbe mayor discretionary powers rn chari
table cases, and tbe ordinance was unani
mously adopted. Tbe rate are 9t 50 for
one day, M for one week, $20 for one
month and to tbe end of the municipal
Alderman Hampton, from tbe street
and alley committee, submitted a report,
recommending that action on tbe petition
for paring Fifth avenue be laid oyer for
future at lion on account of deficiency.
Tbe clerk read tbe estimates of the
commissioners for tbe curbing of Third
avenue. Report received.
Alderman Howard moved that the mat
ter of gracing and curbing Third avenue
b postponed indefinitely . Carried 8 to
Tbe clerk read a petition from Mitchell
Jk Lynde asking tbe removal of tbe elec
tric light tower on the northwest corner
of Second avenue and Est Seventeenth
street, also for permission to sick an ar
Alderman Hampton from tbe ordinance
committee, submitted an ordinance allow
ing Mitchell 4 Lvnde to sink an artesian
well and to maintain a fountain and
watering trough. An amendment was
adopted providing for an Indemnifying
bond of 910,000, and tbe ordinance was
Tbe matter of removing the electric
light tower at Mitchell St Lynde't block
was referred to tbe committee on Ore and
lights, and tbe city attorney
Alderman Hampton, from the ordi
nance committee, submitted an ordinance
regulating tbe construction of aidewalks
oulaide the Are limits Referred to the
street and alley committee, together with
the ordinance committee, with tnstruc
tions to al ow stone and cement with
brick as m atari al .
Tbe clark read a petition of P. L.
Mitohell and other Twentieth street and
Second avenue property bqlders aga!n
the lettir.g of paving contracts under the
eight boar ordinance, on the ground
bat tbe coat will be increased 30 per
rent, ordered received and placed on
The clerk read a similar petition from
Phil Mitchell and other Twentieth street
property holders. Same order.
The rlerk read a similar petition from
T J Robinson and other Eighteenth
street property holders. Seme order.
Tbe clerk read a preamble and resolu
tions of tbe Rock Island Window Glass
Workers' association indorsing tbe eight
hour ordinance Same order
Tbe clerk read a preamble and resolu
tion of tbe Eight Hour league meeting.
asking that tbe eight hour ordinance be
sustained Same order
Tbe clerk read a remonstrance of Mrs
S B Gordon and other propertv holders
f Fifth avenue against tbe paving of
tnat tnoroiigbrare same order
Alderman Hampton from the special
nam It me on tbe subject, submitted a
report on tbe bids for tbe paving of Sec
ond avenue and Twentieth street, show
ing estimated cost under each bid. Jobn
Beslrr's being tbe lowest, and making no
recmnrenii,tioo. on account of informal -its
The report was order! re -el red
Alderman Buocber moved tbat all the
tids be rejected On request tbe bills
were reread by tbe clerk, and tbe motion
then p evailed by tbe casting vole of tbe
Ayes -Hetter Corken. III. Schnell.
Knox. Edwards. Scbroeder and tbe may
Noea--BuDrher, Howard. Hampton,
Negus. Evans Larkm. Scott 7
Alderman El wards moved that new
(Toposals be invited, and tbat proper
forms be prepared for tbe use of bidders
by tbe stmt and alley committee, tbe
citv attorney and tbe mayor. Carried
Alderman Scbroeder presented a reso
lution in relation to tbe liability of tbe
Centra! S reet Railwav Co for paving on
Eighteenth street Reft rred to tbe city
Alderman Evans offered a resolution
in relation to the location of a military
prison at R.xk Island araensl, asking
tbat Congressman Gest investigate as to
its desirability and act accordingly Car
ried Alderman Lark id offered a resolution
instructing tbe C , R. I 4 P and C.
B t Q railroad companiis to place
night and day watchmen at tbe Twenty
fourth street gates. Adopted
Alderman Hampton explained a rleri
cal error in tbe ordinance passed at the
last meeting in favor of the Moline ot
Kork Island Horse Railroad companv
Keferred to the street and alley commit
tee, tbe city attorney and tbe mavor
A bill of David Hawes for fife . was
Adjournal Hubert Koebler.
l.rnM h Lltlcatlea mettle
A long existing timber litigation im
plicating Keator A Son. of Moline. who
bad been swindled out of several thous
and dollars In a sale of Minnesota timber
at overestimated prices, waa settled laat
Saturday The sale. It is alleged, was
brought about by a conspiracy between
the owner of tbe lands, Jobn Glaspie,
and Keator St Sons' confidential agent at
Stillwater. Edwin St John. St. Jobs
was delegated bv tbe Keator to estimate
tbe value of the lands, wbich he did. and
after tbe sale to the Keators bad been
effected, tbe fraudulent overvaluation
was divided between Glaspie and Si
John. St. John's share is said to bsve
been $18 000. Laat June a salt against
Glaspie was triad in tbe district court at
Stillwater, and tbe jury stood eleven for
tbe Keators to one for Glaapi. So there
waa a disagreement. Retrial of this case
will come on soon In tbe United Stales
court at St. Paul.
Laat summer also, tbe Keators won
their suit against St Jobn whom tbey
bad charged with fraudulent representa
tions, getting a verdict of 15.01HJ
But the suit wbich has just terminated.
presage a victory in tbe Glaapie suit
This time tbe Keators bad sued St. Jobn
In tbe United States court on the ground
of having a tbeir agent perpetrated the
fraud which made tbe robbery possible
He bad been sued for $18,000 and inter
est from date of tbe transection, and tbe
verdict was a unanimous one a judg
ment for Keator ft Son for tbe whole
amount 939 249.96
St John's property, now in tbe band
of a receiver, covered by attachment, is
good for tbe whole amount.
NEW BALL LKAGUK.
Eaatrevwr ta Paras a brsgsc to in
rledr Keek Island aa Other ( Itlee
in I mania,, lewa aa Wia.rani.iaa
J. R. Hickman, of Monmouib, is en
deavoring to get tbe base ball enthusiasts
of northern and central Illinois interested
la forming a base ball league, in which
this city shall have a club represented
Tbe league Is to constat of eight different
teams, and tbe towns mentioned to enter
this league are: Free port. Rockford.
Kii n. Monmouth. IWk Island. Du
buque. Belou and Sterling ch rlub is
to have ten players nine regular and one
substitute The salary limit of each club
will be 96O0 per month
Tbat one thousand dollars be set apart
a a forfeit Wben the fact shall be es
tablished that tbe salary limit baa been
violated. 950 I of aucb forfeit shall be paid
to the treasurer ef said league, and $50O
to the player or players who shall estab
lish the fact that be or tbey shall bave
received from any officer of bis or their
club more tbau tbe amount called for in
his or tbeir contracts. All contracts to
he Inspected and approved by tbe presi
dent and secretary of said league. All
alleged violations to be submitted to tbe
three senior officer of said league fo. In -vestigatlon;
the results of such investi
gation to be made known in writing to
tbe directors of each club represented,
wbo shall cast one vote each for or
against the forfeit, a maj rity in all cases
to determine final disposition of the
That four hundred dollars be set apart
for a guarantee fund tbat this club will
continue In tbe league to tbe close of the
base ball season; such guarantee fund to
be placed with the treasurer of the league
n or before tbe 13th of April, 1890.
l.aae aa the I'arw Crap
Those newspapers which affect to be
believe with Senator Cu'lom that Illinois
farmers are greatly prospering through
tbe 'home market' tbat is given tbem I y
bigh tariff taxes, are riming all tbeir
power t break the force of the recent
showing by tbe state board of agriculture
that there was an actual loss ot $10,000,000
on tbe corn crop of the state tn 1889. In
the face of tbe facta, tbev will not meet
with great success, remarks tbe StaU
Reffwtrr. la ordet to get at the cost of
production of tbe principal crops, tbe
state board sent 1,600 detailed circulars
oat to crop correspondents and other
engaged In agricultural pursuits, request
ing tbat the blanks be can fully filled and
tbe circulars returned . From tbesa tbe
table was compiled, giving tbe average
coat per acre of tbe several crops which
gave a state average. I' is found tbat to
produce and market an acre of
corn the farmer incurs an exoense
of $9 ?& In some counties tbe ex
pense was as low as 97 and in others as
high a $13 50 In 1S9 the profit on the
c rn crop in tbe state was about $10 000.
OOi). the average was thirty-nine busbels
to tbe acre, and tbe market price was 38
cents per bushel. In 1389 Ibe lorn is. in
round number. $10.000.i00. making a
difference of frSO.OOO.OiK) In favor of
188S Tbe average yield In 1889 i
thirty-fire busbels per acre, and tbe mar
ket price only S3 cents per bushel Tak
ing 7 OOu.OOO as tbe number of acres
planted to cam bol'i years, tbe loss can
be accounted for bv tbe difference in the
yield and tbe market price A loss of
four buabels per acre in 1689 oa 7,080,60m
acres is M 000,000 busbels or corn This
at 33 cents per bushel accounts for $6,-
440,01s). Tbe difference of 5 cents on
348,0OO.0OU of bushels shows an addition
al deficit of 9:3 401 1.000. making a tot.,
difference between tbe two years of $18,
840.000. Tbe report is based on tbe offi
cial returns of tbe assessors, so far sa tbe
acreage is concerned, and the yield is
based on tbe estimate of 1,600 crop cor
respondents wbo are practical and relia
ble farmers, most of whom bsve been in
the date from twelve to fifteen years
It Is a rule of the office tbat where a
mistake a apparent by either assessor or
correspondent, to send out a correction
sheet in order to verify tbe report Tbe
great care in obtaining these corrections
baa necessarily delayed tbe publication of
the report. Tbe fact tbat there is no
material difference between tbe estimates
of tbe state board ant? those by the gov
ernment statistic en is evidence of their
appr donate correctness Tbe variation
i alight, except in corn, where be uses
an excess of area and yield per acre, but
values tbe crop at 96o.l0.0OO. as against
958.UOO.INJO as eatimated by the alate
board. It is expected that there baa been
an ambition among tbe government's local
reporters to keep Illinois in tbe lead aa a
corn state, but this ha had no influence
on tbe report made bv the state board.
Cordova Feb. 15.
Valentine day was well observed in our
Mr. Bennet ia visiting relative tn
Elhaorn. W is
Tbe ferryboat. Okloboma. m-ide it
first trip Friday.
Miss Nellie Reach, of Moline. is visit
ing Mrs Ellen Marshall
George William came up from Daven
port to attend tbe lecture on Wednesday
Lew Reynolds, who has been having
quite a time with mumpa and grip, ia im
proving Mr J Marshall and Mi'lie Witbrow.
from Albany, visited Saturday with Mrs
Jobaty Cool and family.
Mias Ella Brink, wbo. for several weeks
baa been confined to tbe house with grip,
I around tbe same as ever.
Meeting (till continue at tbe Baptist
church, and commenced at tbe Methodist
Thursday nlgbt to continue a few week.
Tbe lecture on Wednesday nigbt waa
well attended and verv Interesting Le
Claire. Port Byron and Princeton were all
l'i - Geoige M Dickaon et al by Master
to George M Wiggins, lot 10. block $
L 8 McCabe to R H Munro. lot 8.
block J. Edgewood Park ad. R I 9400
Estate of Friedrich Luckenbach Will
admitted to probate.
Guardianship of tbe minor beirs of
Thomas J Davis. Guardian s report filed
Guardianship ot tbe minor beirs of
Michael Thomas. Guardian's report died
A Possible Dead Low.
Awwari MjjL Fen airTssj
aWaapW .saw w awatBaM aa
"Don't shoot, mister : yer nigbt kill
yer chickens. "Puck,
Important to Clerks.
Clerk I want three days oB (n onlei
to get married.
Boe You do, eh? Not long aim-e you
were laid up three days witii t ie gripae.
Why didn't you get married hi ie you
bad the (llfsjwl Or, if you c ul.ln i do
that, why didn't you put otf h tvuikj the
grippe until you got married, mil make
one vacation answer both puri ..,: -Texas
Wtij li Was Postpone!.
Charley Jonea Well, did you propose
to Miss Hitiks at the Tompkins' reception
laat night as you intended?
Bobby .Smith No. the conservatory
was occupied at the time 1 aaj ted u
"That so? Who anm in then f
"M is Binks and Tom Rot tnson."
Johnny How many days ar there in
a year, papa?
Mr. Binks Let me see. Yoi r mother
was born in '48, and she is Mas twenty
six year old. Three turn Hire s IflliliB,
one to carry oh, ah! Yes. the -e are
days in a yar. Lawrence Am.-ricun.
Lad? with the Musical Usui titer.
Book Atfent Here is th it book,
ma'am, "How to Pla the Piai 0."
Lady of tbe House What book:- I
didn't order any book.
' No rn, but the neighbors did, and
they uld me to bring it to you. " Time.
A Bore Rrhaknl.
Mr. Awgeri looking over e.liti rV-doiil
der aa he cliiw an am.'le fro u an ex
channel Does tbat rwiuire BBBVBB1 intel
lect? Editor None whatever: why I believe
even you could do it. Munsei Wewktj
He Took Hr
He Mias Wartin. you are a puzzle
tome. 1 never kB0sa how to t Le you.
She (shylyr Y.-u never trid. Bur
tington Free Press.
In the Dark.
"bea I kissed her that Bight in the bsllway
Twaa a dark that nothing eras p a id ;
Ami doc being eure but I J mts bei
wi.j twaeruhl I abuuld kiss hat again
There area darkness on everything r uad ua.
I was roecliing in rain for the doer
And art. ile I was seeking en ejdt
U eo happened I sfjasi her some aot
And I wasn't quite sure as I left her
As to wiiotner she liked a or noc.
But I knus tost I slgued IS te (here
Tbe fanner away that I got
And the aext time I called It so bap- ncd
That we stood in that hallway ooo mora.
And the gaaiight fell over and rounc ua
Aa 1 ouaetly moved to the dour
Bui her red chenka so roguishly dimpled.
And her eyes eh one eo sncKedly h
That I g.Kaxed where her thoughts were
And 1 reached up and turned .wit I l.gat
In chronic cases of neuralgia, rheuma
tism or gout, where the disturtd .g cause
is a certain acid which poisons U e blood
Salvation Oil should be used hOC) rding to
directions. This powerful pain eetroyir
will in time dissolve the poison irculat
ing le the blood, and bring relit f wben
all others fail Salvation Oil ki Is pain,
and is only twentvflve cents a bi ttle.
A Dlanter at Mr.nticello Fia has a!
ready shipped this season 4M"Mi pounds
of watermelon seeds
Take Care! There s Dai gar
In allowing inactivity of the tbe kidneys
to grow through neglect Tbe deadly
shoals of Brigbt's disease and - iabetes
will wreck tbe goodly bark of hetllh if it
is allowed to drift rudderless upoi tbem
Tier bladder, too. if inactive, ani judi
cKais medicaUoa does not apeedii? direct
the belm toward the port of aaf ty, wi i
be whelmed by tbe quickaand of lisease
In selecting a diuretic, let your choice
fall upon Hostetter's S'omach Bitters
Inch stimulates the renal orgats with
out irritating and exciting theti. two
effects to be apprehended from t ie uu
medicated stimuli largely resorted to
These have tendency to react trerudi-
cially Tbe Bitters invigorate the kid
neys and bladder, in common with the
nerves and tbe digestive organs, and s
afford lasting aid It also affords dual
assistance in preventing and curing in
termittent and remittent fever Bil
iouaness. constipation and rbeumttism it
Brave women: "That's where tie fig
ures don't lie " "Where?" "On the
class badgea worn at a reunion of old
school girls "
Te Msrvoas Ilea
If you will aend me your addreas we
will mail you our illustrated ptmpblei
explaining all about Dr Dye's eel thraied
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
tbeir charming effect upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how ttey will
quickly restore you to vigor, minbood
and health. If you are thus afflir ed. we
will sand you a belt and appliances on a
trial . Voltaic Bbt.t C j . .
Tbe number of laborers out of fork In
Rome this winter is unusually lar -e. ow
ing to tbe dullness la trade sad lack of
The best on earth can trulv le sal I of
Grigg s Givcerine Salve, which ia a sure
safe and speedy cure for cat. truieea.
scaioa, Dums, wounds and otne - sores
Will positively cur piles, tettir an
other skin eruptions Try this vonde
healer. Satisfaction guaranteed o
money refunded. Only 25c t old by
A man may be no end of a gram narian
and still find twenty years in state prison
a bard sentence to parse
Wbo of us are wunout trouble t e tbey
a mall or larger Tbe blessings of health
are bast appreciated when we a -e sich
and ia pain. A backing cough, a sevcrk
oold, or any throat or lung disei.se are
very troublesome, but all of these nay be
luirkiy and permanently cured I y Dr.
Bigalovr's Cure. Safe and pleasiot for
Thildraa. Price SO cents
The maiden "Claude, dear, he Id lb'
umberellj more over me, or else U 1 pe
pie'll think we're married."
What is more attractive than a oretty
face a fresh, bright complexion? For It
use Posonni's Powder.
A f rst-class machinist in Connecticut
is said to be a pretty girl, Nellie Patter
son, of Mount Carmel She learnid tbe
trade thoroughly, and get a man's v ages
The Crown dining hsll. No. 1706 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 26 cents
90,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of 9800 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E W Hurst. Attornev at
aw, Rock Island
atonera Hoasas Tar Sale
On monthly installments by Guyer &.
Berth a babcock. Dentists.
N. 1724 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natuial teeth and
inserting teeth without plates
Sarety en Bonds
Those who are rt quired to give bonds
in positions of trui-t, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
niau, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York
General Insurance Agent.
Hock Island, DL
The prince of Naples, belr to the
thione of Italy, is not quite twentv one.
but his royal father latelv appointed him
to he a senator of tbe kingiom.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any c-tse of Catairb that cannot be
cured hy taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J CHKNKT& CO.. Toledo. O
We, the undersigned, have known F
J 'heney for tbe last fifteen years, and
oeiieve bim perfectly honorable in busi
ness transactions, and financially able to
carry oui any obligations made by their
West 4 Ttuhx. wholesale druggists. To
Walding. Rinnan St Marvin, wbolessle
druggists. Toledo. O.
E H Van Hoesen. cashier Toledo Na
tional bank, Toledo, OX
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly Bpoa the hlood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c
per bottle Sold hy all druggists
The supr. me court of California his
decsdwi that colored children cannot be
excluded from the public schools of that
state on account of their color.
What is a co d in the head? Medical
authorities say it is due to uneven cloth
ing of the body, rapid cooling when in
perspiration etc. The important oint
is. tbat a cold in the bead is an inHam
matioc of the lining membrane of the
nose, wbich. when unchecked, it certain
to prcduce a catarrhal condition for
catarrh is essentially a cold, which nature
is no longer able to resolve or throw off
Ely's Cream Bs'm has proved its super
loriiv, and sufferers should resort to it
before that common ailment becomes
seated and ends tn obstinate catarrh.
No need too: Charles "I have just
cAmehack from sail " Robert "Did you
bug tbe shore? " Chares "No; I hsd
M iss Mildred along."
in tbe pursuit of the gooa things of
bi world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
tbem. The results obtained from the use
f Dr Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases Price, 50 cents, of
Florence unveiled on Jan 15, a monu
ment to the memory of Daniel Manio.ttie
heroic defender of Venice against its
Austrian in 194.
Dog, transmit it through their tet. '
Teeth should be kept free fr m virus
Use ox-dont. keep the human teeth
dean, and no damage can be done by tbe
man w o sav- to his g.rl. "1 feel like eat.
ng you up. dearest "
Messenger hots are eiven free
upon public vehicles in New York
oft Coal for Bale
At my yard, corner uf Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el B Davkhport Estate
Aug 3i. 1889
U .1 T Allll tbrnura 1.
Mst KHIus ATI tssli.
:BMOVlOt-Vrur.TIC HIT D s'.SrlSSOIT
SSH HI BOOt, M. Tot ttiiiftc fur-
PM C.r. i ...villw Snln. tl'-nt lrrlv Sim. Swath.
IWV. Httaaw. (sefvwts of Licrtrleltr tbrryf, ill t LaE
pasts saaerte im o rkilth us tiuoanCs sTusera.
BBLT aa, BWaamW rWa,pM Sl. as, aw. a-am ssaaa ear.
asantlt I are ia iVre. akoatha. Ssalac pwapalei Fraa.
BaJTSXJI XLECTRIC CO . ie Lwkatta St. , CSICABS. ILL
pcBLic ation NoTiOK-Chancerj
8TAT OF ILLINOIS, I
Boca Islwhd Cotnm, (
Id the Circuit Court, Mar Term. mo.
Clans Yuigt rs Catherine Yoirt In Cbanrerv.
Affidavit of the non rrslaence of Catherine
V.iigl. Ibe sbor usmea defendant, baring been
Qlrd in th- office of tbe clerk of the Circuit court
of sid countr, totice Is therefore sra to the
said non-rvident dv enilaot that tbe complalnaut
filed bis bill of complaint In said court on the
chancer, ahle tbe'eof on ibe 10th day of Febru
ary, and ihat thereupon a summons Issued
out u' said court, wherein said suit Is now peod
ine. returnable on tbe firs- Monday In the month
of May next ss la by law required.
Now, anlees you, lbs Don-resident defendant
boots namen Catherine Vourt, shall personally be
and appear before said ctrcelt court, on the first
day at tbe nrx term thereof, to be bolden at Rock
Island in an, for the said count , on the first
Monday in May nt it. and plead. anwer or demur
to the sa d complainant's bill of camolaiut. the
same and the m tiers and thine therein chanted
and slated will be taken as corfesed and a de
crei entered against you accordm- to the prayer
oi mr saiu Dill.
OKOROE W GAMBLE,
Fock Tslssd. Ill , February 10th ISStf. Clrrk
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
HoCKisLAUll CocwTT I -
Id the Circuit Conn. May Term. Itwu
L.ns hirer as. Las' - Myers In Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Lazarus Met
ers, the sbore-named defendant, has ng been filed
In lb, office of the clerk of the Circuit court of
said counlv, notice is therefore given to the aaiil
non-resident defendant that the complainant filed
ner on. or complain: in said court on be chancery
side tber.-of on ibe Third diy of December, IS-,
sad tbat thereupon a summon ie N d out of said
court, wherein said anlt Is now pending, returna
ble on the first Monday tat the month of May next
aa I by law required.
Now. unless yon, the Boo-res!dent defendant
above-named. Lazarus Mvers, shall parson Hy be
and aope r before said circuit oonrt. ua the 'first
day of ibe nexttera thereof, to he holden at Rock
lalaoc ID and for the said county, on tbe first
Mon ay In Msy next, and plead answer or demu
to the said complalnant'a bill of complain', th.
same ana ih" matters and things thertn charged
and stated will be taken as conlessed and a de
cree entered egaiDtt you according to the prayer
ui in saiu oui.
QEOROK W GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock I 'and. 111 . February 10th. IrSJO dsw
B'l ATK or FRKDKSI0K W
L ERST HAS.
stLs or AcoorxTs.
Notice is hereby riven that by virtue of sn order
urthetounty court or Bock island Bounty, Illinois,
made this day on the petition of the undersigned,
sdminlstrstrlz of the estate of Frederick W. Kel
lerstras. deceased. I shall, on Tuesdsy, February
18th, A. I. IBM, at tbe boor of three o'clock In the
afternoon of said day sail at pabtlc suction st the
north door of tbe Coart boas in the citr of Rock
island Id said county, to the highest bidder for
cash, certain accounts and notes be longing to said
e-tate, a list of which te now on file id the said coart
to which list reference may be had by all persons
Rock Island. Illinois. February 4th. 1BW.
MARGARET B. KKLLBK8TRAS8.
E. W HrasT.Att'y for Administratrix.
Promptly sad neatly executed by the Aaaoe Jo
afT'Swaclal attention paid to Commercial work
FOR SALE - MY RESIDENCE. NO. VK irst
srenee. WM ADAMS.
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM
provement o- Elevs ors. Now in operation at
Star Finishing Works, SX36 Hamliion St., Philaia.
Pa; preserves life and limb; for fall porticalsrs
spply to ROBT J. WALKER. Inventor.
WNT D-A BOl'-E FoR A SMALL FAM
ily convenient to the business portion of the
city. Apply at Abs i s office . 14-tf
WANTED A RELIABLE PERSON IN ROCK
Island and every town in th le locality to dis
tribute circular ; for particulars send references
and addres?. T. I Crowley, t r. Msin St , ler.e
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch ofBce, at her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Sp cific "Orange Li y"; a splendid
opportunity; address with tamp. The Dr C D
lev Medics' lnsi itute, Sonth Bend, Ind
WANTKD- AN I 1L SALESMAN. N COM
mission, for the l.nhricatiDg oil trade: ad
dress to The Dietertchs till Co, S6 West Wash
ington St , Chicago III.
gaff sou v..
COMFORTABLE and ELEGANT
For Sale by Leading Dealer.
ETd Sclely ty WM. BABEEB, Troy, 17.7
The Hotel Eastman,
1.1 TTI.K It O I K . It K .
Tbe largest and finest KI villi II o I II. in
America, with the floeat Bath Hoase; n the world
connected, will open i under managemen,t of O. O
Rarhoh. of White Moun'aln Mote!i for season of
18SI1. J i, uar t 15th. Ticket- should he bought via
St. Louis and Iron Mountain A southern R R.
Rl'SSI AN. Tl It lvl-ll
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EH I T!t
INK K'S P ATSS T
a s!iiwn In rut. fjwrei
CXaas, liifltienca, BQasBBaal
Ism and Malaria. P fill
Sent C. t. P , hv eapress.
with full all 1 1 to
PETEK D. PINKE.
11 &d avwuo. New York.
J. M. BEAKDSLET,
ATTORNEY AT I I IT ttaBSS Bath I T Ken
worthy. 175 Second Avenne.
WILLIAM J 41 KM),
iTTCRNEY AT LAW. Office in R.Kli Llanc
iNaliona! Bank Bi.iid'.i.g. It . k Ilaua. Ill
. D SWtKNKT.
r. L. wtitia.
NWIENEV A V ALKEK,
i TTORNKY8 AND Oil VSKLLORs AT LAW
lOSIce in Bengstou s i Kick. Rock Island, III.
XrEMRY A XrEMKi,
ATT 'iRNEVS AT LAW UsSJB money on rood
security, make col action. Reference, Mitch
ell a Lynde. hankers, once in Po-uithce block
THE DAILI ARI.UH.
rH SALS KVKKV KV KNING al Oraas
fKRV KV KNING al
Five aents per copy
1 Nsw- Stau.i
ft. S. 8' HrKEVAN.
ARCHITBCT ANoSCPKRINTBNIIBNT -Msaa
ofltce ilnc.D' attl. Ohio: Branch office rar
First National Bank, Rock Island fl : j
8T. LI KIN (WTAriK HOS! ITAL,
fsN THIRD AVBNl K
betweet. Tenth aai
V.II. 0. KULP. D. D. S.
OFFICR IUIMOVBD TO
Ror ms SS ST Ss and SS
Take Elevator DA V UN eOBT. IA.
w. a guthrif:,
iSucfrtwr to Outtrlr Jt Collin.)
Plan and estimate fnrr.tshe.i A spec! .liy
made of fine work . All orders attended to
nrotnut!) and sMWaction kiataui ed.
tfortlce and shop No. 1B1 Third . nue.
(Late of CiLCinnatl. Ohio.)
Has Permanently LtH-atPil ia
Being a rrsdnate of two of the heat Medical col
leges in the east tog. tl.er with an extetiive
llopl;al prarticenf ix tear, he Is well
qualified to treat the moat difficult dis
eases His specialties are:
Fe-male. Lung. Private and
Loss of Manhood, or Seminal
Weakness, and Errors of
Posltive'y and permanently cured.
The Doctor will be glad to sa sll those who are
aSSicted whether they intend taking treatment or
not. Positive y no esse, taken that cannot be
curtxl. Caee succeasfully treated b corrcs;.on
denre. Correspondence accompanied by 4c
Id stamp, promptly answered
CONSCLTATI N FREE
fflce - Mct'u.iough a New Pluck.
W Thirtl Street, near Main,
The fjtst cos! shiDPed into this market
from Mercer county was from the minea
of R. B. Ellis tn the fall of 1878. mil
hence given the name it still bears It is
well known t, be the best sold in the
market, and other merchant have adop
ted the same name and r-fferine; an in
ferior article for tbe genuine. Don't be
deceived, bat bay tbe genuine celebrated
Mercer county coal of T H. Ellis, on
Second avenoe. opposite St Joseph's
church. The office has not been removed,
but is there still, and is tbe only place in
tbe market selling tbe old and genuine
article. Telephone 1086.
BBPWT Impart a xnthant t rsaaparency to the a am. Aw
assaj all pimples, freckle, and diroloratloas. Fo
BB mm uy all nrat cias druargt u ur mailed for at ctr
A nice niece of land tn Cordova township, being
th, west haif of the southeast quarter of section
nine in township twenty, north range, two east
in Rock island county. Illinois. The above land
will he ao'd cheap and on easy terms. For par
ticulars enqr.lre of or address
I. M. FARM ENTER, An v st Law
Jan 0-dwai Rock" Island, III.
for terms. I., s.
JSB BfV Uf: VaaaaaW
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
COR- WASH. 3d ATR. t.
From 90 years' experience in Hoe-j
pita! and Private practice i- enableui
to guarantee radical iure in Chronid
or po sonous aiseases or tne oiooa,
throat, no e, skin, kidneys, bladder
and kindred organs, wravel and stric
ture cured without pain or cutting
Those wbo conte i plate going to
Hot Springs for the treatment of any
private or hlood diseaees can be cured
for one-third the cost.
I ARIF By lhl' treat teat a
t-"tv law lovely complexion. Iree
from ss'losmess, freckles, eru tion,
etc.. brilliant e a and perfect health
an be had. sjsVThat "tired feel
ing" and all female weakness prompt
ly cured BloalinaT, headacbea. Ner
vous Prostration, and Sleeplessness.
ovarian troubles. Inflammation and Clrerstion.
Falling and displacements, Spinal weakness and
hange of Life. Consult the old doctor
NIFRVOU Physical and Organic weak
il.llf V WO, ness, premature decay, evil
forebodings, self-distrust, impaired memory, fat-
Citation of the heart, simpler on the face, specks
efore the KYK, ringlu in tbe ear. caarrh,
breatened consumption and ever., di-quahflra
tion that renders marriage improper at rl unhappy
SPEEDILY and PEKMANKNTLY cureo
BLOOD AND SKIN fasJZZ
horrible in Its result completely eradicated
without the use of mercurt Scrofula. Krynip.
las Fever Mo , Blouhes. PI pies. Clcers, pain
iu the Head anil Bones. Syphilttc ore Throit an I
Tongue, Olandular enlargement of the Neck,
Kheumatlsm, etc., cured wh' n others hse failed.
RUPTIIRF Cured with ut pain or hind
it J r I unt r nce from businee,,
URINARY l"Hecently contracted or
fitiivrsn 1 chronic diseases POlTIVKLY
i-nred ia S to si days hy a local remedy. No nan
aeous drugs need. Medicines mailed or express
ed to any address free from observation. Char
ges fair. Terms Cash. Book and question list
15c. A fritndly talk costs nothing.
HOURS: 10 a. m. to IS m.,S to S and 7 to 8 p m
Sunday: 4 to 8 p. m.
SSS Wash. Av. S. BlIMHEAPOLtB. MINN
356 Jackson St.,
St. Paul, Minn.
Speedily Cures all Private, Nervous.
Chronic and Blo.id and Skin Diseases
of both Sexes, without the use
of Mercury or Hindrance
NO CURE, NO PAY.
Syphilis, Gleet. Stricnre, and all old, lingering
cases, where the blood has riecme poisoned,
causing ulcers, hlotche. sore ihroat and mouth,
pains tn the hesd and bones, nnd all diseases of
the Kidneys an Bladder, and all diseases e
quired from exposure are CL'RKD KOrt IFE.
Msk or all sass wbo are -ufler.ng frm the ter
rible effects of Seminal weaknea. Sr.'iial BaMR
ty and loss of Sexual power as the rwsu t of
Youthful Iiidi-crenon, or excesre of mature
years, prodncing emissions, nerTousness loss of
memory, Ac,, are thoroughly and permanently
Ur Feller, who a- had ma.y years experience
in this specialty. Is a graduate from one of the
leading mrdieal colleges of tbe UiBBIIJ He haa
NiTBB failed in carina- any ca-es that be has nn
'ertaken. Cases ami correspondence satedly
confldenttal. Call or write for list of questions.
Medi. inessent tv mail and expreaa everywhere.
Dr. Zhn Dyk's
IF NOT, TRY IT.
Fa mlm ry we
HARTZ i USBSBL ISMs ifiits.
HARTZ ot BAHNdKH,
Wholesale Arents. R.x-k blaJ d
J ; : ;taiAlTli
. . . i XRLESS
VG&L . ' rnauTY ft
7 " G
BALT I MOF: E.Md
Dr. Tait Butler.
(Assistant State Veterinarian of Iowa)
(Soccasaor to Dr. J D. Rutherford, i
OfBce hoars II a. m lo S p m .
Dentistry a Specialty.
Cf&ce: Coyne's Feed Stable, Market square,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
r. j - ah
I IV KA
F. 0. Hoppk,
No. 1808 Second Av.,
Hock Island, HI,
SEX VERS & sAwNDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
AH kinds of Carpenter work dine Genera! Jobbing done on short
notice and sadist action guaranteed.
Offlc Rnd shop 1412 Fourth btw., ROCK 1ST A N I). ILL.
FRED A PPELQU 1ST
Has opened his New and Spacious
No 1620 to 1626 Third avenue-,
where he would oe pleel to see b;s friends
wBV All kind al drinks as ae'l as 1 1 and Porter, and th, wall kaown drtnk M Half and "alf " the
oniy place in :be ui) where yon can gat It.
H. D. FOLSOM,
J JKKJt W W W REfflB 1. IUI RRRR
J E W WW tv g L Kan
w w w w
w w w w
w w w w
w w w w
Office and Shop Corner Seven teen th St.
and Sevrnt,h Avenue.
All kind- of Artistic srork a specialty.
Carpenter and Builder,
Office and Shop No. 309 Eighteenth street.
C3""PIti drawn and estimntes furnished.
OHLWEILER & SPILG-ER,
Contractors and. Builders,
Shop Third avenne, between 10th and 11th streets,
(Fred Koch's old stand.)
T All kinds of Carpenter work and repslrln. done Satisfaction guaranteed
STTF. OF ILLIN(I9,
Hoc Island Hsbbi i .
In tbe ttrcult Court of aaid connty to the Jannarr
Term, lf) ausiy
Ca-hertne Bio re, Samuel W. I.lnotiln S! V
RicUarda, Hans lce. V W Woodford. L. J
Beiik-tstoi.. Barton Malcol-n, James F Mont
gomery. Martha Tbomas Roallie oryn,
Desire Coryn a- d Mary J. Macbeth.
W. B Bmfleld, Rcaben Walls. Tbe Cuknuwn
Heira-at-law of Joel Wells, deceased, l ennis
Warren, William A. Nonrsa, Laura A. Soar-,
Jane M. Wrathcrhead. Ellsa Babcock, Runlce
L Mi. o .I-. J Bryant and alouette Henry
- In ("hancery
AflldaT.t ..( the r.on re-ldtnoe of the said W. B.
Burfii id. Kulen Weil, and L uisa J. Br v ant and
tliat the heirs at law of Joel Wells. d e'asud. are
unknown and made .arti as tha anknosm heir,
al law of Joel Weils, deceased, bavin bean Sled
n the clerk's office of the circuit conrt of Ho. k
Island county, tuts of Illtno s. notice Is therefore
hereby gixrn to the aa.d non-reddent defendant
and unknown belra of Joel Wells, d-ceased,
lhat the complalnan.. Sled their bill of romp alnt
m said court n the chancery s de thereof on the
BRh da of Novemaer, 1H8B, and tha' therenuon
umnioaa issued out of aa d conrt, wherein said
soil Is i ow pending, returnable on the first Mon
day I the month of January next, aa Is by law
Now, unlase yon. the said non resident defen
dants above named, and the unknown h Irs at law
of Joal Wells, deceased, shall personally be and
appear before aald circuit conrt on the first day
of the next Ma term thereof, to be holden at Roca
I.land In and for said eoartr, on the first Mon
day in May next, and plead, answer or de
ranr to the said complainant's bill of complaint
and tbe same and the matter, and thing there
in charged and stated ail) he taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against yon accord
ing to the prayer of said bill
Rock I.land, 111-, December, as. lass.
OEO W (iAMBLE,
Clerk of Ctrealt Oonrt.
w R. M'Kat astd GrriB A swsskit, n I it lam
a. wis riM
inter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and Importers of
Wines and Lipors,
Nos. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brck, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATOR
We gaarantee every or e perfect, and will send t up.,
Twenty day's trlsl, to responsible parties
Safety Heating Boilers and Contra turs foi
furnisbloK and laying Water, anil
1712 Pirot Avr ,
R k Island. DHania
Telephone 1148. Residence l elepbone luu
No. 1707 Seoond aveuue, Rock Island.
: : Rock Island.
Plan, and estimates for all kinds of bnlldtng
HA8 PURCHASED THK
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
IV He aolirlts the trade long enjoyed
by his prvdereesor and aa many new
customers as wish to favor htm with
Pay Your Taxes
The Taxes for 1889 are now
dne and payable to the Collec
tor at County Treasurer's office
in court house building.
sal aattsfactloa in th.
cure of Uonorrb.va an J
Oleet I prescribe it an J
teel safe In recouiman .
In( it to all sufferers
4.1. STOtR, M.n .
C cjlur III
PRICE. 81. M.
tM sw Drn4rcista
FOR MEN ONLY !
k MSITIVE Fcr L0ST or 'AIUHO R ANB00I
n ' Wl lift. A. aaro' an 4 WT till n TltBTT.ITV
flTT R T wsakaesa ef Rodyend Kind : Efft. u
js war aaaiaaa of Brrora or Exeeaaei
ia Older Your
Bsfcaat, SoM BAVNOBB fall, BsaioeML Haw la Saasrfs -r.1
Wa,UW WKAS,iaBarTLrB OCUIS a PASTS of Bui. I
Saoaotiital, aarailla. Hoik THfeaTli'T B.aau la i Ja..
toaMry traa 41 Stalaa, Trrrltartaa. aa. Varaaaa faaatriaa.
saawrMaowak r iT fill njaiaatlT- 't-
rsss. AAarasa Ull RtBlCAl U.. ISlFAlS, B. I.
lf TO LlaTRWB
Villrn, Casaical Oa