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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1890.
CRAIT FOR SUBSIDIES.
OMC PERTINENT REMARKS ON AN
A Nil hat Wn introduced in
br Mr. Faruhar, of w York, for tba
pnrpoae of re vi ring American afiippiae
by BM of mbsicLe. Tbe biH proposes
ssbakly to Amenoan built veasela of
Uurtv onto per too for every thousand
milea sailed. A lobby ban baeat at work
in Washiajrton to show bow our declin
ing otsrrhant no arms would be put upon
ita font again by the p f of thia bill.
Of course ft is tba men who would gt
tba awey who ara pushing for tba paa-
i of tba a ii. Mr. H K Thurbar.
it of the Brazil Mail Steamship
ooanpanT, and Mr. J. X. Lscblaa, gao
aral manager of that line. Kara bean bs
for tba hotnc conuuuea to abow bow
rood a thing it would ba for tba country
o par them for doing t hair own buainaaa.
If tba bill abould be passed a AOOO ton
ttaamahip of Mr. Thurber's Una would
receive about 510,000 for each round trip
between the porta of New York and Rio
1e Janeiro: and a 8.000 ton eaael would
receive almost an equal ran for the
round royae between Saw York and
If sach a stsamihip should make only
twelre round voragss to Liverpool in a
year her owner would receive for ibis
ingle vessel not lew than $110,000 a
year. Thia ia equivalent to tba interest
at S par cent on $2,900,000.
Evidently tb suaaidy mac know what
Mr. F. B Crawford, on tba other band,
baa vn'n a ) uer to The Manufacturer
of Philadelphia showing what a burden
to the taxpayers this suheidy scheme
would become Mr. Crawford thinks
and very rvaaotabiy that If we under
take to grant subsidies ws ought to alas,
at the very least, to make our steam
fcuipp.ug r -uf as great as that of Great
Bnum. If It should have that effect,
then, "if each steamer traversed 0. 000
miles per annum (a low estimate, and re
ceived ti cents per too gross (aa proposed
by the bounty bill) per 1.000 miles, the
annus: cost would be about Ht. 000.000."
Wtt tgurea like these kept before the
American taxpayer, bow long do these
subsidy hunters think tbey could be able
i the taxpayer up to the scratch of
their annual bills? Of course.
with these munificent sums going every
year into the coffers of the subsidized
snip owners, these me could become
very j.-cmi-dns subjects for "fat frying."
and the jawing needs of theO. O. P.
wold r nder Use creaboo of a wealthy
claae of ship owners moat desirable at
this par woo lax time, whan tners is a
growine; tawiaBor among manufacturers
to demand of congress to remove tieir
shackles by giving these free raw ma
terials. The arjrument of the subside hunters l
cne of the queerest things that American
politics i;h Irs mny queer phenomena
has exhibited for many a day.
The example of England!
The men who have been filbag the air
for Tsars with exclamations of horror at
British free trade, and who have dili
gently circulated forced extracts from
l to frighten American
.now face about. U of a
and plead the examnle of mr-
Bat what are the facts
The baa: Eepublican authorruee are not
Mr. Blame sir, England has never
been affrirbteu by the word subsidy,"
and he make, a ridiculous attempt to
snow that England has built up bar com
mercial marine by granting subsidies.
Gen. John C. Sew, President Ham
sons consul general at f-njqg. reports
to the United States treasury depart
menu under date of Sept. 8. i860, that
un Esnti.-n j. 1 1 1 1 1 n I does not grant
suoeiaaes, in tue general sense of that
term, to any steamahip company."
iuc ia was not more than x per
cent, ox lungisna stuppmc receives
BBoney in any war from the covern-
ment Some owners are paid small sums
by the British admiralty on condition
that their snips be built so as to carrv
heavy guns, and tnat the government
have the option of buying or hiring
veseeat a tune of war. Toe
expetxii tares for this purpose last year
were only 3.380. or about i: 90,000.
The.-. Ec;iand pays for the carriage of
her m ...s Ljt she is often provokinxly
careless ss to who carries them. For
example, a French company holds the
contract for carrying the British mails
from Aden, in Arabia, to the island
of Mann tin both Aden and Mauritius
being British firssi ssiimi
Would not the subsidy hunters be more
fWMMEent sad state their case more ef
fect veiy if tbey held fast by their old
at. which serves them to veil in
Eazland does it: there
fore, w must do the opposite.'
President Harrison, in bis long and
almost pointless message, docs at least
manage to get up courage to advise the
granting of subsidies, under the form of
liberal appropriations, for carrying the
maiia. But applying this to the Bra
suian line, which seems to be the has
and to cry the loudest of all the
hunters, who wants to send let
ters to Brazil bf that line in twenty-flvs
and often thirty days. wnen. aa at pres
ent, those It. ten can c si the we v to
England and thus reach Brasii in twentv
But have we no shipping?
Muco more, at least, than the flags on
the seas indicate
The fast steamers, the great "ocean
greyhounds" itjfeg between New York
Literpo"-.!. ar largely owned bv
stocaboiuers. but tbev are lo
in ijm say a i naval reserveof Eng-
aad ft case of war ti.es- would be-
There it a nrm in Boston which osrriss
on a large trade in fruits with Jamaica,
but it is forced to sail its vessels under
me British nag. A wealth v capitalist of
Boston owns a ship which he is forced to
sail under the tkig of the Hawaiian
The moral is plain.
Let our shay owners enter their esssat
for American registry, from whatever
source tb y procure there.
W hen Mi i (l ine, Nellie Bly will not
be able, after encircling the globs the
next time, to report sgsUrtbat she dla
not once see the Stars and Stripes at the
aaastneau of a snip all the way from
lta. r to Cuion in C
Aa Art . f Chant.
Johnny Censl I have another penny?
Morher You extravagant boy! What
did yon do with tne one I just gave you
Joknany I -s- e it to s poor old woman
with only one eye.
Mother That was s good boy. Here,
you can have another penny.
Johnny next day ) Can I nave a penny
to give to that poor old woman today?
Mother Yes. yon can have one. What
do you want to give it to her for?
Johtasy For s stick of candv Mun-se-v's
Evaecr, LobbTteta Trete to Bevtra ' at
Tkiak Uf-BUto vs. Sew a the
"cMst Way of Dote lu
WITM A FAL8K CHRIST
Hrhr.arrili. the Fararr Reek. Ii
A IHeriale at aiaaeapeJIa.
Okas. Clement Whitney, who has pro
claimed himself a "disciple of Christ,"
but who is nose other than the author
lied agent of the fraud Schweiafuria,
formerly a pastor of that city, bat who Is
now located at Rockford which he de
clares is the new Z on. and whose quar
ters there have been hitherto described in
Ike AM re, has crested a greet sensation
at Minneapolis Whitney first made his
appearance at MieneepoHs several
years ago as a peddler. Afterward
be west to Rockford and there met
the former Rock Island pastor, Schwein
furtb, who as stated, ?laim to be
Christ the Sun of God. who has made
his sppeeraeve the eecood time npon
earth Whitney became a follower
of the false Christ and wss appointed one
of the twelve apostles and tent to Minne
apolis to build up a following One of
the principles taught is that such a thing
as indlvidaaiity must be entirely tin
known . The disciple who is the head of
the colony must be implicitly obeyed No
oae must work except for the L rd, and
the Lord is the disciple of Christ, who
has chare of that particular district, but
Christ, who is personified in fiuWr.n
furth. ) the Supreme Being, and every -one
is taueht that unless he impi
follows his teachings, not his example, he
stands no chance whatever of ever going
to heaven. Men and women are taught
that since the second coming of Christ,
or Schweinrorih, there is no such thing
as marriage, end that the marriage tie ia
something entirely too worldly to be
taken Into consideration when the dis
ciple makes an order. The posit re
orders of Cbri-t are cot mny.
although ouch It left for the discipies
to work out according to their own
pleasure or desire. The fundamental
teachings are: First, self-denial, and
second, perfect obedierce to the com
mac da of the Lord and his ehoeen apos
tles. Whitney baa gathered in his bouse
In Minneapolis a little colony Wmtnet
not only looks after the spiritual welfare
ot his people, but handles their money .
Mrs Bosanel!, one of his convert, was
a very wealthy woman, but gave all her
fnada. bonds and real estate to the Da
dple of Cbrist " T C. Morgan, of Min
neapolis is eery much wrought up over
the ecu of Wbitney, who, be sy, sa
uced his wife away from bim after twen
eigbt years of happy sredded Ma Mor
"I myself was at one lime a convert to
that swindler. Scbwetnfurtb. and though'
be was last wbst be professed to he
Christ, the Son of G-d. My wife and I
talked the matter over between ourselves
We were both getting along in yers and I
we thought it was our duty to recognise
Christ if be had really come to the ear in
the second time. I bad a g -od business
here and owned some property, but we
sold out the business and wen to Z c"
Rockford. BL We had to turn all car
money over to Schweicfurth an 1 Whit
ney. Finally I got angry and left Rock
-: an J. -it ! r- .u.". I z
Mv wife and '
I had lived together haDniif for over!
twrntyight years, and I cannot now re-
member when either of us said a croe
word to the other. When I broke ttit
from the faith I tried to get her to g
with me. tut the was under the irfl-jsacs
of Whitney, sad ssss the old love and
the marriage ties were not strong enough
to make her leave, and what would now
be a happy boms is broken up "
There are numerous other instances of
this fraud's rsacality once, in fact, he
entieed a thirteen-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs . Chaa Chase, of Minneapo
lis, off. and led her to her ruin. She is
now at the "New Z z" at Rockford. and
her folks cannot prevail upon her to re
turn. Schwemfurtb is believed to have
devoted followers in this city today,
which be won the confidence of while
here years ago. It is pretty nearly time
the law was taking bold of the founder
of these falsa sod blasphemous doctrines
A K. pi j froea n m-
Ctss. F. Hemenwev, of Moline, writes
the Chicago TribiMt in correcting some
of the sensations! statements relaltte to
the death of Geoffrey Dickens in Moiine.
He gives the fscts as follows
During the summer and fall of 1355
Dr. A. W. Jnmieson, a resident of South
Moline. a graduate of Ed in burg college,
and a writer of considerable ability, vis
ited Canada to look after some invest
ments be bad there, and while there be
came acquainted with Mr Dickens. Be
told me on his return sf his meeting him
and that Mr. Dickens had promised to
visit him the coming summer, which be
did. arriving here about June 1. IsM.
Saturday. June 11. 1680. Dr. J mi
s'. n and Mr D ckene were invited to take
dinner with Mr. Sam Kenned?, editor at
that time of the Daily ftepvfcican, and
before dinner the tbrve genilemen f k a
stroll on the bills adjacent to Mr. Ken
nedy's residence. On their return to the
house dinner was waiting, and on sitting
down to the table Mr Dickens, who was
quite warm, took a drink of ice water,
which produced otralvsis of tne heart.
He sank back ia his chair snd was at
oece removed to a lounge in an aj in
ro' m. where Dr J,mieeon and Mr Ked
aedt's family d d what bants hands
enuld do to relieve bim. but in spite of
their eff r.s be died In a few minute.
Bis body was properly cared for. and
be was buried from the bnuse in which
be died His body sow lies in one of
the most beautiful, as well one of the
best attended oemeteries ia 'be state
Fwa at tne Theatre
Tonight the funniest comedy on the
rosd, "We. Us ft Co.." is to be presented
at Harper's theatre. Those who wish to
enjoy a good laugh will have abundant
opportunity by going. Here is some
thing from the Lyncbbarg Virginian
This ride-splitting farce comedy kept
the audience at the opera bouse lar
night roaring for nearly three hours
witnout ceeealioa It is very, very fun
or and the characters and situations the
most comical and ludicrous that have
I heen seen on the Lvackbog stage for
years Mr. rid Cbriaaie as "Dr. MsM
Medicos." tskes 'he cake for drol'.ery.and
Mr. Walter Joses aa "Knox Dun la p. "the
Dude," is not one whit hehlr d bin as s
mirth provoker. Tne dancing of Miss
Collins was a wonderful exhibition of
skill and grace, and was repeatedly en
cored. Neuralgia, rheumatism erysipelas, tu-
iwelltngs, sore throat, toothache
and til other pains and acbes. are
promptly cured oy Salvation Oil. Price
Me. Sold cvsry where
A pin may lose its
bead, but it never
gets stock on itself.
ENGINEERS EA NINGS
The wek. Ialaae Keae t sveeate t a
nifnl r Htt r the E.ee
aewtlve kVrtTers Bens sMtetse.
For eight days, says Um Chicago Her -stsf
, s committee of engtnt ers, represent
ing the seven hundred locomotive engi
neeis employed on the Reck Island sys
tern, baa been ia consultat on with Gens
era! Manager St. John.
The committee Is compoied of one e n
gineer from each dlvisiot thirteen in
all . When the Rock Islan i extended its
lines across the Missouri rr-er it operated
aider the name of the CI icago, Kansas
A Nebraska. While this ioe was fata
ered by the Rock Island, it was operated
as a separate corporation with lis own
general office The Rock Island has re
cestly leased the Chicago, Kansas A
Nebraska, and all con.tecting lines
east and west of Use river i re now under
one general management. The wages
paid to locomotive enr.it eers by the
Chicago, Kmaaa A Nebraska are some
what lower than the scale paid on the
Rock Island, and sow that the lines have
been consolidated, the em loyes west of
the Missouri river desire In have their
scale raised. The commit ee and Mr.
St. John worked harmoniously and fine ly
agreed on an equalised tea e by which
wages east of the river a e slightly re
duced and wages west of the river are
raised, all employes workin; on the same
scale The new scale will increase the
salaries paid by the rosd bv stasia thons
and dollars a year. Tne a-c sijced a
contract for one year, fron March 1.
1S0. to stsnd after Match i. 1691. until
cancelled by proper notice. The men tx
press themselves ss well sat jfled with the
agreement and yec-terday had iho follow
ing testimonial to General Manager St
Jobs engrossed and present d to him. It
is the first time such a testimonial has
ever been given by employe? to a railroad
official under similar circumnsaces.
At a meeting of the geasial committee
of ad'wttment of the broth rhood of lo
comotive engineers held st Chicago Feb.
19, 1990, the following tender of thank
was unanimously adopted:
tVaiHiAs, During oor deliberations
before you as a committee, ia view of the
ireoerous ana ncsp'-ta. treattient bv you
accorded to us snd so mignammouslv
expressed, we wish to tead r to you our
heartfelt gratitude on bthalf of the
brothf-rhood which we rep resent under
yoor management; therefore he h
??: red. That on behalf sf oar gran 1
- . . . . . . . . .
cuiei aca me orotnernooa ir general, we
present to you this token o our esteem
srtss sea, mat we wr.i endeavor to
maintain in the future, as in the past, the
respect and confidence nw nutually ex
Jtmsmss, lnst a copy or these reso
urce, suitably engrossed, hs presented
m you. ana a set-on a copy sent to oor
montoit journal for oublicat on
L G. Krclu E B. CitorPRs
W W HixaXKT. MFD llt,
J H Dxi'Coxx. Joas H Wiui
L Botle C B. Tea an.
A KnityoiLL J A.NirnxBfsa
S. MCAUJSTXS, D OVOJSBLX
-a p readier at Ionian .. l bas a
way of raising money which beau the
best returns ot the contribution box. He
bought $25 worth of nickels and distrib
utee, ihttn sriiong his coagre ration. No
person could take more than one, and it
was to be invested in any wat the posses
or Bight please . The rest It was sur-
Pnng One little girl put her nickel
inu Kf& od cleared ti on the tnvest-
"sent A lady who first Inv-sted in cu-
cumbers, by successfully embarking her
accumulated capital in potato. soap and
bread, came out with a Dei t profit of
3 02. Fnur young ladies formed a
pool, and with a joint capital sf 20 cents
went into photographs of ke pastor,
which they sold at profit 3f tl? 85
Many other members of the cburch in
vested their nickels in various wars with
like success, and the neat sum of 5875 d
was realised from this ingenious idea.
A fotlon of tl "
First Compositor Back-f round" is
always used either as oat vord ur a
c. '3i pound.
Second Compositor I can f sme a sen
tence in which it can be used nly as two
First Ctup. What is the at ntence?
Second Camp. Mr. John taiith had
the misfortune to get his be-k ground
op in a sausage machine. Washington
He rrfmd to Pay
One day a boy got a sum t do. Hi
master was very strict, and voukl not
pass anything unless it wa. perfect.
When done wiUi the sum tb- boy took
it out to his master, and fou id it to be
itd. wrong. -'Go back to vour seat and
do it correctly." cried the enn ged mas
ter. "Please, sir." said the bo? . laMMaMgj
him 2-sd.. "I would rather pay the differ
ence." We"klf Scotsman.
Sh? Evfry time I lie down I have such
a pain in my side.
He You only have this pain when vou
She That is alL
He Well, that is easily cure i.
She I wish you'd tell me bo .
He Don't be down. Sit u j. Phila
Always a Plaver.
Charlie What has become of Dick
Baste, who used to play center field for
wur nine? Is be playing any m jre?
Harry I think he ia.
Harry I'm not sure, but I elieve he
at playing haw fiddle in the S un poodle
SSaSfcStar otchtasti a. Washing Star
Stranger (meeting old friend in New
Y'-r A . ' U,wdedo' Still ItsSJMj in
New York, eh?
Gothamiteiwho has just had half a
doseu narrow eacapee from rehjclea, sub
way exploi ns snd dead wire ) Y-e-t.
still living Ken? York Weeklt.
What is a ro d in the bead? Medical
authorities say it is due p uneven cloth,
ing of the hodv. rapid eoolinf when in
oerapiration. etc. The important point
Is. that a cold in the head is a i inflaav
mat ion of the linme tn em brat e of tbe
nuae. which, when unchecked. certain
to prcdiscs a catarrhal cndi.ion for
catarrh is essentially a cold, whi- b nature
i ns longer able to resolve or 1 3 row off
Ely's Cream Ban has proved is super
iority, and sufferers shoo Id retort to it
before that common ailment becomes
seated and ends ia obatisate cat .rrh
If ever tell a man that he ia a fool ; let
kins alone and he in ay find it ou himself.
Sett Ceal tor Bale
At rot vard. corner of Eleven h street
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents i er bosh
el. B Datbspokt Err atb
An SO 189S
What ia mors attractive than a pretty
face a fresh, bright complexion For it
use Posonni's Powder.
At soon as its bacillus
'la grippe" went out of
IAH AL NOTICES.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1706 Sec
ond avenue, Is now ready to furnish you
the best meal In the city for 95 cents.
90,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of 9900 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, witnout com
mission. E. W. Hoist, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Meters Hoasas Far Sals
On monthly installments by Guyer &
Berts a Babseek, Deattsts.
No, 1794 Second avenue. Special at ton
lion paid to saving the natural teeth and
inserting teeth without plates.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, snd who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from farther obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent.
Rock Island. 111.
A monument has been erected to the
Czir Nicholas on the banks of the Dan
ube, just at the spot where the Russian
stmt crossed the river ia 182$ to fight
Teke Care! Thare tt Daager
In allowing inactivity of the the kidneys
to grow through neglect . The deadly
shoaia of Brigbl's disease snd diabetes
will wreck the goodly bark of health if it
is showed to drift rudderless upon them.
The bladder, too. if inactive, and judi
cious medication does not speedily direct
the helm toward the port of safety, wi
be whelmed by the quicksand of disease.
In selecting a diuretic, let your choice
fall spon Hosteller 's Stomach Bittera
h:rh stimulates the renal organs with
out irritating and exciting them, two
effects to be apprehended from the un
medicated stimuli largely resorted to.
These have a tendency to react prejudi
cially. The Bitters invigorate the kid
nets and bladder, in common with the
n rv-8 and the digestive organs, and so
hffrd leaticg aid It also affords dual
assistance in preventing and curing In
termittent and remittent fever. Bil
iouaneas. contitation and rheumatism tt
A man may be no end of a grammarian
acd still find twenty years in state prison
a hard sentence to parse-
Te Bervjas Mas.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you oar illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated svstem, and how they will
QTCklf rtatvire ton to vior. manh.vwt
and health. If you are thus affl del, we
will send jon a belt and sppltances on a
msi 0T.TAI0 bu t Co . .
A Rockaway lad, fifteen years old. has
constructed a one-horse power engine
that is a success.
In the pursuit of the goo-3 things of
his world we anticipate too much; we
eat MM the heart and sweetness of world
.y pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
ma. aria, diseases. Price. 5 cent, of
Warfare has its romance:
of battle has a sort of an
even the din
The best on earth can truly be eat i of
Griggs Glycerine Salve, which is a sure,
safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises,
scalds, burns, wounds and other sores.
Will posiavely cure piles, tetter and
other km eruptinns. Trv this wonder
hesler. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. Only 25c. Sold bv
It Is that imparity in the blood, which, ec
cnmnlsting In the glands of the neck, pro
duces unsightly lamps or swellings; which
causes painful running sores on the arms,
legs, or feet; which aeveiopes ulcers In the
eves, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or
oeiloe!. which Is the oriern of nimnles. can.
cercus growths, or tie mar .y other manitesta-
to humors;" which,
sneaestti Bsmg the most ancient, it is the
most general of aa diseases or afiecuoos, lor
very itw persons are entirely tree from u.
Br taking Hood s Sarsaparflla, which, by
the remarkable cures U has ir i iwailiaStie.
often when otLer atedicii.es have failed, has
proven Itseil to be a potest nam peculiar
medicine for this disease. Some of these
cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from
scrofula, be sure to try Hood's SarsapariHa.
Mr dac-hter Mary was aflbeted with serot
alasssore neck from the time she was S months
old till she became six years ot age. Lumps
termed in BSi neck, and one of them after
grew lag to the size ot a pigeon's egg, became
a running sore f or ot er three years. We gate
her Hood's Saraaparilla, when the lump and
all tndtrsthsis ot si, lerats entirety dlv
arpeared. and now be seems tt be a health)
cl ;:e ' t 5 CASOLt. Saarigh:. J.
X. B. Be sure to get only
Saaabraaeragz-.'Tt ft (ixforf. Pnaaiailaaly
ar C l ataaata o. sawaaeaaefsa, tastaaV Mas
IOO Doses One Dollar
jjPECIAL TAXATIOW IfOTTCE.
NotKe i hereby gtvea to aU SS rant ! nt r. a rd.
tna: he c tr coor.c . of tbe etij of Bock Itlaad
aaTiog ordered ttat Secot1 aTanoa froai the west
line of the taiereectlor of Foarteesth at'aet to
:-e .t,! : c at the tatersretloe cf -- Lis -ret
al. 'etc.- ta the r oro-aie .tm:' of a said ci:r of
Rock Islaod. becarhe with cartstoaei, excara
ted aad aieded. im proved aad paveS.
8a. d ordlaaacc for aa'd lmroreBeat it on 8!e u
naseaae. of taecltTcieraof aald atj.and aald cItt
hat appted to the cotinrj court ot Bock lahasl
tatr. i.jiroia.ror aa - xeatme-1 aad levy or the
- ' -a . :m 'e-seal anas ar.d BaSS -.It .,
and aatStef ksta aad trac t of land enatignoet to
the line of .aid He pro. meet ta aald ordtaaace
iwdsisS to he 'onstracted. in proportion to tke
IS awt age of tnch lot, parts of less aad tract, of
lead wpoa the ba rot stent ee srSsfii to be coo
tu-ncted as aforesaid ; aad aa a-e aateat thereor
' aiing -'- made aad marard to aa d coart, the
aeethwehasawa w... . hd a: a March
ern of a d I awl SaBaSSBSBI I :tf recta dav
of March A O IS) AB peraeas asetrkag mmj
tbe- aad there appear tad meat their defease.
Dated at Bask leaved. LUrou. this alfftteaath
day of FtWauT a I ISSd.
John oh weileh.
h j. lowbbt.
C. B. HlTTatt.
Prompt;? aad neatly executed by the asetra Jo
arssi5vilier stit ass tstrtsiSSt
at aatraafar- Bftf aaaawoi. ygcttty-
t&nSZmiLmil anatrB etsSSsisTs STaSSSvaV
aattswn yfii um sa. atete. wmmmmw.
tMAtaraS la Area tMaaaa. Siilil atateaitt I taa.
rr - - -rMiiai.i'i
R SALK-MY REr.IUE5CE. wo. i; irst
areaae. WU ADAMS.
TTOR fALB VALCABLK PATENT III
A. proretaeat oa Elera ora. Sow ta opt ration at
Star riDtahlac Works. SSSS HasaH'cn St., Philada.
Pa; prseerres Bfe sad Itatb; for loll poruculart
apply to BOBT J. WALKER, Invntor
TTTANTED A RKUABt.E PER-ON tMBOOM
tt laiaod and a very town in thU locality todis
irthu'tctrrulars; for partiea! art scad reference
and addres. T. N.Crowler, CM Main SI , Ten
TTTASTED A LADY TO MANA'tB A
VV Branch efflet, at tcr own btme. tor ihr Fa
moos Female Spectte "Orange L! j" ; a splendid
npixtncniiT ; swesets itn tamp, ine ir. usats
kss Medical Ine'ltDte. Sooih Bend. led
WAN Tit D- AN i IL SALBSMAN. ON COM
mi!oc. for th Lor-ricattne M! trade: ad-
drew to The Dietertcbs Oil Co , 88 West Wa.h-
tngtoa8t.. Chicago IU.
COMFORTABLE tend ELEGANT
For Sale by Leatttuft Dealers.
C fi Solely ty Wit EARSLn, Tr, N.7
The Hotel Eastman,
LITTLE MOCK. ARB;
iKnwiico nsMi str.tttti isttrr:i. in
America, with -he Sneat Ba'.ti II no it in lit world
coaaected. will open ( rnJe.- management of O. G.
Baaaoa. of Whtte Monn aln Hot': i for - am of
ISM. J.noarr ista. Ticket thonld be bonght via
rw. auu trxm aomsa at eoataern n n.
R( "il V S it ; t - I
,f tlV.llll vTV.Il t .
POI HtTIi i' .
PlNKIT-1 P A T K V T
BATH AT PAH tTt'1
a a!...Trn m cat. Curat
cvi-. fnffi'nra. Rhimat
tarn aad Malaria. Prut S'.l
Stat, C. o. D. BV ,-n.ren.
wttn f 'iD d!recO(vr.
PETER D. prXKi.
117S Vi Avtuw, sew York.
J. M. BEAnlXLLY.
ATTOBNBT AT LAW-Offlce with J T Ken
worthy. 1TS6 eoued Avecae.
WILUAM J.U K0,
TTORSBY AT LAW. Office ir. Rock Island
staoaeau aau naiwiag. Kocfc I aland, ni
Wf E!fEY A WALKER,
ATTORNEYS ASD COUNSELLORS AT LAW
fice m Bacttoc t ::.ek. Rock itland nt
XcEMRT A MtEMRl,
ATT "RXBT'S AT LAWLoac money or rood
seearltT, make col eetton. Reference. Mitch
li S L;t it. backers. Uffie In 1 oatoffice block
THE DAILY ARUrs.
FOB SALB BYBRT BYEXI50 at Crajct
INanfsssB) last state par copy.
D. 8. HCKEtf A.
i RnrrrscT ANosTPKRivrENnrvT -m
hoec 1 -cnoatSL Okie: Bnr.i o2c
r:rt; alioti : Etik. Rock tf't-i. iU la
ST. LUKE'S COTTAttB HOSPITAL,
OS THIRD ATESTE, Setws3 Tcth aa
BisTcsik streets. ret) ISM
WM. 0. XULP, D, 0, S.
OFFICE RXMOVBD TO
5 - 8 27. SS and SS
TaktEetarer. DAVEpObT. la.
W. A. GUTHKIE,
Plan and eattmates famished. A specialty
ina.1t c-f tat work. All orders artecded to
procairtiT and satifact:on iT.tranteed.
CaWoSce aad shop No. lttla Third avenaa.
S 'i ATE OF FREDERICK W.
t.La or aoconrra.
Notice la hereby (tree the: bv vita of acorder
of the Coanty court of Rock 'alau-J c-sr.v I -. ...
made this day on the pciitKiu of the andertlgr ed .
OBitausnunut etta.e or rreuencc . aa!
leratraas. decaas- d. I shall, on Tuesday, Pebrnarv
IStb. A.D. 1SS0. at the boar of three o'c!:k in the
afternoon of said day seU at pnulic aoctton at the
north door of the Coort eocte in tbe citv of Rnck
itland tn said county, in the blehest b'ddrr for
caab. certain accoaata and notet belonrtog tu said
cute, a list of which it now on (le tn tbe said loan
to wh ch !itt reierecce ity oa had bt all oarsoc.
Bock Itland. BBjMa, February ath. ISKl
MAROBET B. KELLEP.STRASs
E. W. HrasT.Att y for Administratrix.
The first coal shipped into this market
from Mercer county waa from tbe mines
cf R. B. E lis in the fall of 1976. and
hence given the name it still bears. It is
well known Ic be the best soi J in tbe
market, aad other merchants have adop
ted the same name and offering an in
ferior article for the genuine. Don't be
deceived, but bur the genuine celebrated
Mercer counts coal of T. H. Ellis, on
Second avenue, opposite St. Joseph's
church. The office has not been removed,
but is there stiil. and is the only place in
the market selling the Id ad genuine
article. Telephone 1096.
s. wis ran
Winter t Lemburg,
STbekttalo Dealers aad I at porter of
Wises and Lipors,
Noa. 1618 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
rSBBt T STOCBL Bo atevioas erpa-
COR. WABR. h 3d AVE. A
From SO years' experience in Hos
pital and Prirate practice It enabled
to guarantee radical caret in Chronic
or po toootu diseases of the blood,
throat, no e. tkia, kldaeys, bladder
aad kind red organs. Gravel aed stric
ture cured witbou! pais or cutting.
Those who come n plate going to
Hot Springe for the treatment of any
priTSte or blood d:eaecao be cured
for one-thinl the cost.
I ARICQ BI thi' treatment a
UMLSICO lovely completion, free
from sallownes. freckles, eruptions,;
etc, brilliant aa e and perfect healTh
can be bad. (V 1 nai -tired feel
ing" aad all female weakneaa prompt
ly cured. Bloatfn. beadacbea, Ser
rnti Prostration, aad Sieerlosaett.
ovarian troubles. Inflammation and Flee ration.
Falling and displacements. Spina! weakness snd
hange of Life. Consult tke old doctor.
NFRVOI Phytica! and Organic weak
ss asa tVW tawss, premature decay, evil
forebodings, aelf-dUtrast. impaired memory, pal
C'bstton of the heart, pimples oa the face, speck
fore the BYE, ringing tn the ear. caarrh,
threatened contamptioo and every dlqca!9ca
tion that renders marriage improper acd r.hapi.r
"PBBD1LY aad PERMANENTLY cored.
BLOOD AND SKIN SLSL
horrible In Its retail completely eradicated
wrthoet the see of merenry Scrofala, Brysipe
Ia Feeer So es. Blotches, PiTpet. Ulcers, pain
in the Bead aad Bones, frphilUc ion Thro t and
Torgoa, Glandular enlargement of the Seek,
Bheantatltea, etc., cured wh n others bare failed.
RMPTIIRF Cared with ut pain or hind
nur I U "Afc r nee from business.
URINARY Be-Recently contracted or
v mivesn ' chronic diteaset POSITIVELY
rnred ia S to 8 days hy a local remedy. So can
teens drags used. Medicines mailed nr express
ed to any address free from observation. Char
Rs fair. Terms Cash. Book and question list
I. A fri.ndl) talk costs nothinf.
QOCRS: 10a. m to ltm..loJ and7 toSp m.
Scaday-' stolp. at.
SWasa.Av.B. MIKBEAP0H9, MIRK
Dr. S. E.
'Late of Citclnnsti, Ohio.!
Has Permanently Located in
Bain- a rraduate of two of the bei Medical col
Itrt tn the east. tog. tber with an extenatre
H.iapital practice of m years he is well
qualified to treat tbe most difflcclt dis
eases. His specialties are :
Female, Lang, Private and
Loss of Manhood, or Seminal
W eakness, and Errors of
Positive j and permanently cured.
Ta Doctor will he irtad tn m .It rHw -k.. .
aStfcted wh; ther ther intend takine tnaiaui nr
not Po t.T.y no ceset taken that canaot be
cared fw. irrr.Mfrr. k..
, " " J " - i w v v i nr , u j
deace. t orretpondenre accomna; led hv ac
Is mapi promptly answered
CONSCLTA TIOX FREE
See McCcllosgh's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
Dr. Van Dyk-s
IF NOT, TRY IT.
HiRTZ i BAHNSEN. Whobalc Aftcts.
HARTZ i BAHNSEN,
Wholesale Aeents. Rock Ilard
Dr. Tait Butler.
Assistant State Veterinarian of Iowa)
taarcaasor to Dr. J. D. Ratbarford.
Oflce hoars 11 a at to S p. ta.
Dentistry a Specialty.
Csce Coyne's Feed Stable, Market eqaare,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
ret, to tbe tkia. St
i- Juruuu fat
1 qaarrer of sectioa
atM la towaaSlp tweatv north rauea, two aaat.
ticalaia eaaetr. c w AA'
, raanEWTKH, A try at Law,
Jan SO-ewSa. Bock Ulaae, fli. I
... ,m a-,,,,
tala ay all am ratal Sramn u
F. C. Hoppe,
STo. 180B Second Ave.,
Hock Island, ELL
"SETVERS & ANDERSON,
All kinds of Carpenter work dens. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed .
Office and shop 1412 Fourth are., ROCK ISLAN r. LLL.
mm 30 Million Pounds
w'wk a a at
VKA tB .a Is EATE.1 EVEKV WEAK.
It is the
Ask for YELLOW WRAPPER.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
BRANCH HOUSE. UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK.
H. D. FOLSOM,
-'ILL ...... BUI L
J I W WW WE f
J F W WW W E
J E WWWWF L
ajs w w
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St.
and Seventh Avenue,
All alodt of Artistic wor a spectaltv
Carpenter and Bailder,
Office and Shop No. 309 Eighteenth street.
EPlans drawn and estimate furnished.
OHLWEILER & SPILG-ER,
Contractors and Builders,
Shop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th street",
(Fred Koch's old stand.)
BaTAll kinds of CNrpenter work and repairing done. Satisfaction guaranteed.
STATE OF ILUXUIS,
ooci iiusd lorsri. i
In the Oatsaa Coan of aala coocty as the Jansarr
Term, '. -
Cathenne Mckmv, Samnel W. Mncoltu M V
Richarda, Hans Laae, M.W.Woodford. L j'
BcnfUtoo. Burton Malcolm. Jemea F Moat-
gciniery. Martha Thomaa. Roailie foryn,
Dire Corvn acd Starr J. Macbeth.
W B Bnifteld. Reuben Well. The CnkBcwn
Hei!at-,aw of Joel We!lt. deceased. IXaais
Warren, S. lU'.am A. Noarae, Laora A nr-e
??.., 'Ulerhi,i- E'aBabcock. Kani-e
I. Mill. Lonlsa J. Brjant aad jntoceite Htnrr
AOdaTit of the non re1denec of the tald W B
Burflc-Id Reaben Weil and L- siaa J. Br. an! and
that the heir at law of Jcwl Wella, defeated are
unknowT. and made part e aa the onknown ksBM
at law of Joel We.la. deceased, hariru; hoen a ed
in the c:erk't office of ihe circoit coon of n.
M.axwt riM.tr at at. ,if tt. nn. . 1 . . .
-- . v.. -,M.inc is :nererrre
55? 1 s iveB to th d non-trsldent deferdant.
aaanown neira ot joel Wells, weeeased.
lhat the coaplalr.an:a !ed their bfll of ct mp a!nt
In aaid roctt - n r h , rhinr.n ..a.
- J ' uiiMvi '.. ,ue
rrih day of Norrmtrr, 18W, a ltd the- iheracooL
ammon. ined oat of a d coan, wherein aaid
11 ' i. rn -mt iA r. n i ... - V. . ..
day lo the asaass of January nail, at la br law
N..V nrileat von .... . .
i . nwu iiimcl. unci
. it', V..r, n.nA.i mm. . - . . . -. i
of Joel WeUe. deeeaSed. aeail Dertona.ir be and
a-.ptar befc re aald clr-Bit conn on the t rat day
of ihe next Say term thereof, to tie hoMec at R.-.-fc
Itland In and for .a'.H .v..rtr n. a. aH. a
- - . . . , .... tin jra-M.-
day in May ntit, and elead. anawe. or a.
rear to the aaid enrnplainant's Mil of eompla-.rt
atdthe tame and the matter aad tnine- ikeve-
r. chare, d and armtri .... - --
- - .ii w im. mm ourQ
feed. tad a decree .cten-d against yea accord -
n- itiano, til , December, as. ISBX
GEO W. fAMBLR.
Cle-k of Circa-t Coan
STATE OF ILI.TNOIS
rioca itnaXD Oorirrv.
lo tae rtrcoll Ooort, May Term 1W
A'tr0tlbmTim' Volet-In ctancere
Afadarlt off tka - -
olrt. the ib.n u-ud .i.r.r ... k . JT '
tied In the office of ata mmmm .. .k.'.
of Mid cooatT, BoUce hi therefore -rlrer. to Use
said rm-resideat defendant that the complalaaat
Sled aia bill of comnlaiat in uid o.wr .w.
hacoer aide thereof on tha 10th day of
oal u aaid ronrr .,r.in ... I .t i.
- . miu itu (Bcractxie a tomn
. OTBiaaasi aa tae Sr; Monday m tha i-ti
ui aii next ta it sy law reonlred
Now, anises yew, lbs noe-reeident defeaSSMt
' - . - " ft- -Ktir. ,i r oe
and appear before aaid circoit coon, oa tba i tret
i . j , 2 "-u-i .toot au 'en ti nock
It.--.d-.aant for the said coaoty. oa the trtt
Zr 5 M "f " P'1- nwer or aeaaar
to the ta d oomplalaanrt bill of campiaiot, lac
affi Bevaa aln I rt rat sea . rtn - m m I -Ll . .
and .tTtirbTTiT: "ZHZT?1-T1
- . . . OBOROE W. O AMBLE, Cirk.
Fock Itlaad IU . F.braart 10th Irani 1-
Jsf la cat r iTT .aa,iv.
sai aaiiMi. n ., aa
eaue of Gonorrhoea aad
eel aate iu rxx:.ti.n.ea
iaa It to all cnSciara
A.J.STOVEB. S .
PjJJ-OSO . T
B are Xy ay .
DAVIS & CO,,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Braes Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sal Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATOR!
We raaraatee every ore perfect, and win aeed c:.
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractors f0l
furnishing; and lsjiotr Water. abi
3712 Pirst Ave ,
Reck Island, Illinois
Trltpbone Ilea Beeldetre Jttepboae ij
of all CHOCOLATES
purest and best.
3 CSANO WSIZCS.
B COLO MEDALS.
r a it
t r br
L R It
tt. I.I.I. FEES B at
No. 1707 Second aveune, Hock lelaud.
: Rock Island
P!ana and tt'maja for all kind of aoUdaas
oc ap; :canon
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
n v- k i a -as ri u- c vrr i
In the Circuit Coart, Mar Term. l4Su
LaMrerav. UaSSSj Myere-Ia Caaacery
A-i-la:: ..f tie nc-retiderce of Lai.ri, M
era. lae above-ramed defenlant.luT tg trees i-eJ
ir. the office of the eJerk of the Circa.1 coan y,
tald coealy, aetiee is therefore rea to the aa 1
aoa-reatdeai defendac; that tee comp:a:aaa: fat ;
her btl! of complaint In stud coan on .ae aaaacery
t.de iner.-of oc 'be Third dar of Decemaer ne
and that thereupon a tamaoca :aa-.d ont'of aa:d
coan. whervln raid aalt, u aow peadinr retoraa
ale oa the irt Monday ia tke avaata of May aex
as It by law repaired.
"ow. nnlete too. the aoB-re!dent defeadaa:
aVire-named. Laaamt Mrera. aaaU BSSsaa .Uy b.
and aepe.r before tfd circoit coart. tae trf
day of t he next term thereof, lo be aoldec at Bock
It'.aad ia aad far the aaid coanty. oa the Sr.:
Mon 'ay in May next, aid plaad answer or aeatar
to the aaid comr:a:r.anft bill ot iifiilani tae
tarae ana h mautre aad Udnfs tteria caareed
sad stated will be taken a cocteaeed and a Sa
cJ'r'iered ajjaintt oa aocordlaj to taa prayer
.;Ki.R,.r rx i-.ivfiie awii
HAS PUKCHASl'D THI
-snd has rsssoved
Third Aei Tenth St.
fJTHe aolioiu U.e trade lc-ng eajoysd
oj his piadatassur aad aa raasv
costotMsts as wish to favor him
Pay Your Taxes
The Taxes for 1S89 are now
due and payable to the Collec
tor at Coanty Treaearer's offi.e
in e-.art house building.
FOR MEK OfiiV
k POSITIVE L0T AH-rsa BU sue - i
wvwtsai sea, aeaar ui BTBTOtTS BiBIL) j-,
aaraaaar its. , l .; i.
Sea wttrfj tttra eV
Tta tea vttat tatrtk
narraaafca ue a rars
was Tax.rat.tT -r nw,.. a w
aata, Vrertlhrv m.1 1-iiiJi fiii
llll, tatl.i.ai . trtSama
aBH aUMEAi aW FAU, a. I.