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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS, MONDAY, PKBKUARY 24, 1890.
THE SPECIAL SESSION.
Hatardar Nif.t'a I port ait Con a
MM Hnr rwlaaw ia mm-
Wwek 1 Mrr tho riiy He-
asralea m est rary ts ikr Mltiiin yf
MM Report. 1
Cm Cor sen. Room. Rock Islam d.
Pah. , j2 Tte council met id special
mmJob at 8 p. m . Mayor McConocbtc
presiding and all toe aldermen pruaal
except Scott. Tb clerk read tbe call
for an extra meeting, signed bi Alder
men Hampton, Schroeder and Edwards.
Alderman Hampton stated tbe object of
the meeting to be to obtain instruction
from tbe council in relation to tbe publi
cation of nonce to contrtctors for street
Improvement relative to tbe observance
f tbe eight-hour ordinance, and re
quested tbe opinion of tbe city attorney
n tbe subject. On motion of Alderman
Schroeder City Attorney Haas was beard
He gave it as bis opinion tbat tbe ordi
nance lately adopted by tbe council on
the eight -hour labor contract system was
illegal and could not be enforced, being
in conflict witb tbe statutes rf tbe stati
on tbat subject, it would very likely, if
adhered to. bring tbe city into litigation
with tbe property owners where sucb im
provemeni under the contract condition
is contemplate. 1 He advised ita repeal
as a wise policy, wbereby lb progress of
tbe improvements contemplated could
not he menaced
Alderman Uampton offered an ordin
ance to repeal tbe ordinance providing
for tbe adoption of tbe eigbl hour labor
system for contract work done by the city
of Rock Island and moved its adoption.
After considerable debate by Aldermen
Edwards. Schroeder. Hampton. Schaeli.
Knox, Negus and Buncberln fafor of be
ing guided by tbe city attorney's opinion
and Aldermen Evans, Howard. Larkin
and Corken to tbe contrary, tbe repealing
ordinance wasadoptid by tbe following
Ayes- Buncbcr, Hsmpton. Negus, 111.
Scbneil . Knox. Edwards. Schroeder 8.
Najes Howard. Hettcr. Corkea,
Evans, Larkin -
A motion to adjourn was lost.
Alderman Hampton from the street
and allej committee submitted the follow
-', i . , . 1 ' nu 111 . ti
f erred tbe Holmes or Union Line street
railroad ordinance relative to tbe eleriem
error on that portion of said line fa
Fifth avenue between Nineteenth aid
' mir Mmmitlu 1 r whMn - .
I wcniT-nrst streets, would report tlat
tbe last clause of section nine of Ian
ordinance passed Feb 8, IBM, graft
ids? an extension or siu line oyer
certain streets should have been stric
out or said section, and we recomnin.i
reinstating the right for a dmible track
as contained in tbe original or 'inanrV
for the said Lnionline, and recommend
tbat the representatives of tbe Moline A
Rock Island and Moline Central Htreel
Railway companies come to a mutual un
derstanding relative to the respective
railroad companies running their cars
jointly over tbat portion of Fifth ave
nue between Nineteenth and Twenty-
First streets, providing that the said
companies surrender ail rights to inde
pendently build and oerate double
tracks on the above avenue between
nineteen and I wen'y-Bnt streets, to
bold good while the aaid companies oc
cupy tbe said Fifth avenue
Alderman Scbneil moved that action
on said report be deferred until the next
regular meeting, and that each alderman
be furnished with a copy of the same
The rlerk was n-niested to submit the
blank proposals prepared for bidders for
inspection of the council, sfter tbe ex
atr.ination of which on motion the
Kobkkt KokHi.kR. City Clerk
I he .New ion Horiil has tieen writing
up tbt great billiardists of the country
now in New York, and this is what it
says of tbe noted R,-k Island knight mi
William H Cation was born May 10,
IS5. at Solon. Ia At an early age be
developed a taste for billiards, and began
bia professional career at St Louis in
lf7S, when he won first prize in a local
teurnamenl. His first important match
was in .'anuary. 1X34. when be defeated
Eugene Carter at straight rail billiards.
The match was for $1 mm aide, and re.
suited in ll.tssi points for Catton to L.S1I
for Carter He bas since succumbed t..
Carter's prowess, but took second pni in
Cntfbn has since defeated Prancis Ma
gioli, of New Orleans, with a score of
S.UUU to l.-jtsj. F.lward M( Laughlin. of
Philadelphia, with a score of 3 U00 to
3 Oftu. and Thomas Oallagber. of Cleve
land, s -inch balk-line game, with a score
ot SHU to fWl He ha never met defeat
in a public match and bas always been
willing to meet all comers Catton has
me reputation or l.eirig the bent money
player in tbe business, and it was largely
through bia influence that Sc.haefer was
Induced to enter tbe coming toornament
l.mie l..ir.l i- .mutler ."
Expectation is on tip toe for the en
gsgen.ent of "Little Lord Fauntlerov,"
whu h is scheduled for Harper's Theatre
Friday next, of this week No play of
racent years bas won so general and so
continued commendation from all kinds.
classes and conditions of men, and the
fact tbat the company to whom its rep
resentation is entrusted Is sent out by
Mr. T. H. French, and is under bis own
immaoiate management. is guarantee
sufficient tbat tbere will be nothing lack-
lag to the end of giving a perfect per
formance Tbe character of the little
Lord ia played b) two little eight-year
old girls Ada Fleming and Alberta
avawn wno alternate tne role, anil two
more clever or more capable children do
w , . .
A Very C reditable tthnwlac
"Some Facts About Davenport," is tbe
title of a very pretty little pamphlet
which bas been issued by the Daven
port Bualness Men's association, tbe ob
lect of which is to state concisely, plain
ly and attractively tbe reasons wby Dav
enport is entitled to a government build
ing. Tbe work waa compiled by a com
mittee, of which Mr B F. Til'ingbast
managing editor of tbe Demorrat. wai
chairman, and tbe neatness and com pre
bensiveness witb which tbe facts con
tamed are presented briefly, yet at tbe
tame time thoroughly, is indicative of
the pains and skill that he bas put into
it. The object of tbe showing is to pre
cat facts and logic, and it fulfills its
purpose in the most convincing form.
i ssxwftawaw in
"Show us bow divine a thing a wo
man may be made" by smoothing eat the
wrinkles caused by neuralgia or tooth
ache. This can be done only ia one
way. Invest 25c ia a bottle of Salvation
Oil. the great pain remedy.
MORE OF THE WOODMEN.
A Mtaleaaewl f save faeta ea.rtwc
the SJawe at H.r l. rhr Melalw
The Whiteside Stmtind, published at
Morrison, bas circuit court proceedings
la that city last week. In its account of
the Modern Woodmen cases it says:
The attention of the court was occu
pied Monday in hearing the arguments in
the Woodmen cases. Judge Brown
opened tbe session promptly at 9 o'clock
in tbe morning, when the demurrer in
tbe suit of the state vs. tbe M. W. A. was
taken ap. Assistant Attorney Oeneral E.
8. Smith, of Springfield and State s At
torney Walter Stager appearing for tbe
state and Judge Lyman A. Ellis, of Cl.n
ton Iowa, Hon. Wm. Barge, of Dixon,
and It M. Ireland, ot Elgin, for the de
f na.se . The arguments continued nearly
all day. tbe defense making the plea of
multifariousness in tbe allegation, and
holding tbat all tbe defendants, officers
of the organization, against whom tbe
ahaigea of malfeasance, irregularities.
Ac. under the insurance laws of tbe
state, could not be held equally guilty,
and brought before tbe court together, as
it was not held all even had knowledge ot
tbe wrong doing, if any. The strong
point made by the defense, however, wis
tbat of jurisdiction. It claimed that tbe
M. W A , being a secret society was ha
yond tbe jurisdiction of tbe insurance
laws of tbe state, even if it did issue pol
icies to ita members, and was de facto an
insurance company. Wh -ther the point I
are well taken will he decided by Judge
Brown, on Tuesday morning of next
week, when bis opinion will be made
The postponed injunction case of Dr
P. L. McKinnievs ibe M. W. A was next
beard. Judge Farrand. Dixon. K
W. Right, of Btlvideir. and A G
Bardwell, of Dixon, appearing for tbe
complainant and Wm. Barge. R M Ire
land and Judge Ellis for the defense.
I ne universal interest manifested id
these Woodmen cases was evidenced
by tbe presence of a great many specta
tors in the court room, a number of la
dies occupying seals in tbe evening to
listen to tbe talk of opposing counsel
which, as one of them very aptly termed
was at times both'eloqtientand ferocious,'
and bad not the spectators known that
tbe animus and acrimony of the debate
waa incited by the hope of a fat fee upon
tbe part of the participants, they would
have been impressed that the legal
gentlemen were in dead earn?st. and
feared the consequences.
Tuesday morning Judge Brown handed
bis opinion in tbe iniunction case
dissolving tbe injunction so far as the
claim of Dr. McKinnie for reinstatement
as bead physician of the Wooeimen is
concerned, and leaving it remain in that
particular which related to the books and
papers of the institution, restraining
tbeir removal beyond tbe jurisdiction of
. Iiial or Trouble.
Gordon ion the two hundredth lap'
I never saw such a child: Hen- I had
you as quiet as a lamb a moment atro.
and now you're going to give the con
cert all over again. Jude.
MULES WENT UP
Thy nrr a llrui on lh Maikt-t t ntll
th- n... Cawaa in-.
One spring day. afeawg a mile awgaaae
of Decatur, Ala., a hive of los aalosjSN
ing to Col. ('lark went on a -warm, a
matter which -hotild happen everv
well regulatisi hive about once in so
often. Just at that tune I'm I.- Reuben
Slathers, an old colored man. wxs com
ing into town with his mule and a "j'ag"
of wind. The road was pretty heavy
and the mule very lazy, and to keep the
flies off the beast Uncle Reuben had
situ k several branches into the harm-.,.
Coming klskaj toward the i lark lac
tbe old man was saying:
"Now, yo' good-fur-scat nn-wl, yo' lift
dem hoofs an' walk along or you'll b ar
from lue! If yo' hain't de laziest, dog
gi .il l. -st onery lieast in ills hull state iieri
1 11 leaf e de church: Why, sah, I'd sell
yo' fur two dollars an' one l.s-ile "pos
sum!" About this lime the bees got a move
on them from the hive, and by accident
or design the queen settled down on one
of the branches waving over I nch- Heu
ben's mule. The rest followed suit, and
in two minutes the animal was loaded
She had come to a halt of her own ac
cord, and the old man sat with his mouth
ojien and gazed in astonishment. Not
for long, iiow. w-r Some of the laws
skirmishing around on tle outside con
cluded to feel of the old mule and see
what she wa. made of. and as almut fiftv
stingers entered her feelings at once she
reansi up. uttered a tern tic snort and
started off at break neck spes. L ie ie
Jerry was dumped into the road at the
first jump, and as be scrambled lap and
saw the mule on a dead run, with the
sticks of wood flying and the wheels
alseddxDg -pokes at every turn, lie raised
his hands and shouted:
"I takes it all beck, Julius! I said Im k
dur d:.t I'd sell yo' fur $2 an' ajeetle
'possum, t mt mewls has suddenly riz.
o in. Julius, an' make a record! De
prici on yo' right now is $TsJ0 an' fo'
inousann possums, an i u atlij in per
cent, eliery minute till yo isooter sight!"
Haw l ork fsun.
Million ot it.
Sohmer I've got an idea for the
World's fair that there's big money in.
Decker What's that
Sohmer Put it tiff for a hundred years
and let the fund accumulate at interest!
Merritt Do you enjoy a good cigar?
Brown Yes, but not as much as I
bould have enjoyed it years ago when I
wouldn't afford one. New York Sun.
"Are tbe folks in. Gninmins; '
"No, sir.'' said tbe dignified butler,
"the folks are not in, but the family is at
home, gir." Vew- Verb slim
While tbe fields were roaming over.
Breathing new-mown bay and clover.
Well tbink of her, aa is our wont.
Whose teeth and breath are. every day.
White a white clover sweet as bay,
An 1 all from using Sozodont.
Never tell a man tbat be is a fool , let
him alone and he may find it out himself.
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of tbe complexion, one only
Pozzoni's Powder: tbere ia nothing equal
Tbe Mexican government is encour
aging the cultivation of rubber trees. A
company ha recently planted 'tOO.UOO in
What la I h Tn saw
The Republican papers ire experienc
ing cone sderablf satisfacti. in over what
Uiev are pleased to call t ? success of
protection in (ivruianv, a proof of
which they point to the activity of the
iron trade in that empire.
The main reason or this activity, it is
true, is to be found in the rders for iron
proceeding from the gove nment itself,
a circumstance which somehow usually
isjfsjni n the notice of our protectionist
friend, a di also the "act that im
port of iron hare likewL- largely in
Then the duty on pi-, iroi is only $"2.10
a ton. winic in lin. omnir it is jlv ...
Wiien it wa proposed to k look off the
odd cents and make the rat 6 by way
of avoiding the tRxwbw) of making
change, the author of th proposition
were stigmatized as free tn ders," which
is the most opprobrious cj itliet in the
protectionist vocabulary. How a self
respecting; protectionist can applaud any
nation for charging a beggarly duty of
$2.10 a ton on pig inm is lia d to under
But then it i equally ha d to under
stand why our American rote tioiu.t
should applaud Germany f r imiing
any protective duly at all. Wln-u they
are asked what the duty w impose on
iron is for. tliey aay it is for the bt m tit
of the A iin-rican workingn an, to keep
hLi wages from falling to tbt level of the
workinirnien of free trade Ei gland.
This being theobj.s-t of p ot.s ti..n. a-th-
Penn-vlvania iron in inula. ,ui. i
frankly admits in tawaa kfsta I of gener
ous confidence for which lie us notes 1
w henever anything is to he got by them,
it i- not api- m-nt what Geruany want
with it. Wages are far lowe f tiieret ii.in
in Great Britain, where her chief com
petition lies, and probably a- low as any
country in the world produe ng iron for
export. Ou the ft anil" if kit th ?ory of pro
tection, therefore, she need.- none, and
our American protectionists should not
waste their admiration on mrmt policy -Louisville
A w Way of Calculation.
Some of the arguments of ur protec
tion brethren remind us ol the new
species of arithmetic they have developed
down in the Argentine Repu die. That
country is making gTeat efforts to adver
tise itself, and especially boosts of the
growth of its foreign com me ve, taking
pride in the fact that its expc rts always
exceed its imports. Gold is at a high
premium there, and it has ju.-t been .lis-
ovi red that the Argentine statisticians
calculate their imports on a gold basis
and their exports ou a paper bais. As
their paper dollar is at 'i j-r cent, dis
count, the exports on the face of the re
turns are always greatly in excess of the
imports, while in reality the reverse is
Protectionists adopt an equally aw
cioog method in speaking of the pros
perity of this country. As the total
wealth lias unquestionably increased
dr y -:nkcun average, and tlat makes
a ery tine showing, but they forget to
slati- that the accumulations I a ve been
in i ertain districts, and for the jem-tit of
The average of the manufacturer and
; anil owner and otlier who are trotected
is on u iold hams. The farm r an. I la-
borer yret a paper dollar average, whose
face value represents thrw or fi ur times
what they actually have. Iouisville
Th 1 1 uti n Potatoes.
Mr. John W. Wood-side, of Hiiladel
plna. appeared t-f. .r tin- .-, m: ti I BM 4
ways and means during the tariff hear
ings. He thought the duty on sitatoes
should l- raised from la ceuli to -"i
cent per busiiel. Fifte-n cents a bushel
fr potatoes nii-arts -In per i eiit ad va
lorem, so that 25 cents a Inishe would
mean 6rt r cent, ad valorem With
potatoes there i- al way - either a 'east or
a famine. When the crop in th s coun
try is a good one no potatoes are im
ported. On the other hand, wl en the
crop is a total or a partial failure, as oc
casionally happens, prices are stiff ciently
high to lie remunerative at home u ithout
any duty to enhance them, f'xatoes
are largely ih J by the poorer i lasses.
"Dear food for such persons." stems to
be a favorite motto with the higt. tariff
The Young Women's Christian associ
ation of New York is doing a vorthy
work. It has evening s hi iol clashes for
working women, in which are caught
.'oinujercial anthmetn , dieting -aphy,
typewriting, bookkeeping and penman
ttfX In still other classes instruc taosj is
given in physical culture, choir nu-ic,
drawing, and coloring and retouching
photographs. The instruction go her
will i liable many a good girl to lisc iu
Pat aa tn Brakes
If you find you are going down I ill in
point of health. Failing str.ngtj, im
paired digestion and assimilation are the
marks of decline. Cbeck these and other
ind nations of premature decay wi L the
grand vital. z-r and restraining .onic,
Htislelter's Stomach Bitters. Begiining
at the fountain head, tbe stomach the
Bitters remedies its inefficiency, corrects
its errors, and sets it vigorously at trork.
The- digestive organ is thus enabltd to
thoroughly separate from tbe fool its
nutritive principles, which the blot d as
similating, is enriched Thus is tbt sys
tem nourished, and being nourished
strengthened, and abnormal waste 3f ita
tissues stayed . Appetite, the powt r to
rest wen, a regular habit are a 1st re
established, and the various functions
move once more in tbeir natural and
healthful groove. The Bitters, more
over, is a specific for and preventive of
malarial complaints rheumatism, bit oua
ness and kidney troubles.
Talking of getting on in life, the man
who slips in the mud Is almost boutd to
A new idea embraced in Ely's Cteam
Balm. Catsrrb is cured by cleansing aud
healing, not by drying up. It is not a
liquid or snuff, but is easily applied nto
tbe nostrils. Ita effect is magical, at d a
thorough treatment will cure tbe w rst
cases. Price 50c
Tell your wife ahe looks well in her
new bat, and reat assured tbat your c in
ner will be well served.
With Ely's Cream Balm a child can be
treated without pain or dread and witb
perfect safety. Try tbe remedy. Itcnres
catarrh, hay fever and colds in tbe be id
It is easily applied into tbe nostrils, ind
gives relief with the first application
Torrent craze: "Jones ia remark a ile
looking man " "1 don't see anyreeen
blance to Cbauncey M. Depew."
Tbe best on earth can truly be sail of
Griggs Glycerine Salve, which is a su e.
safe and speedy core for cats, bruist s,
scalds, burns, wounds and other sort s.
Will positively cure piles, tetter aid
other skin eruptions. Try this wond ;r
healer. Satisfaction guaranteed m
money refunded. Only 25c. Sold t y
The czar of Russia has become a real y
expert player on the violin. Nero was a
good deal of a fiddler, too.
Tbe Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec-j
ond avenue, is now ready tu furnish you j
the rx-st meal in the city tor 35 cents.
50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of $300 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Moasra Houses For Sals
On monthly installments by Guyer &
Bank aabceck. Dentist.
No, 1721 Second aveuue. Specialaitcn
ttoa paid to saving the natural 'eeih and
inserting teeth without plates
Surety en Bonds
Those who are required to give bonds
in positrons of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should spply to tbe agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York
Oeneral Insurance Agent.
Rock Island, III.
A man may be no end of a grsmmsrian
and still flud twenty years in Male prls Ml
a hard sentence to psrse
H'.w s This f
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cure l by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J CHKSEV A CO.. Toledo, O
Wc. the undersigned, have known F
I heney for the last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in busi
ness transsctions. and tinsncinlly able to
carry out any ohligaiions made by their
vTeat A TniKX, wholesale druggists. To
Walding, Rinnan A Marvin wholesale
druggists. Toledo. O.
E H. Van Hiesen, cashier Toledo Na
tional bsnk, Toledo, O
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tsken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c
per bottle. Sold by all drugeists
A Rockaway lad, fifteen years old, has
constructed a one-horse power engine
that is a success .
it vou win scnn me four andrt- wc
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
qnickly restore yon to vieor, manhood
anil nealtn. It you are thus sttticteil. we
will send you a belt and appliances on a
trial Voltaic Bki t Co . .
.Marshall, Mich .
Warfare has its romance: even the din
or oattle bas a sort of an engagement
In tbe pursuit of the gooa things of
his world wc anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exbeed
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 rents, of
A I'D'.iailelpDia bon vivtnt has kept a
tubfull of terrapin alive in his cellar all
winter, so a- to have them handy.
Pecu I iar
Many peculiar jsiints make Flood's Sar
sjpariila superior to all other medicines.
Peculiar in combination. r ;- ri:. :i
and q ol mgr.
HiksI s .irsaparilU I -- -the
full curative value cf the
het known remcdi
lilt- I'-rUU.I! K I fl -
i e-ti.i..r m i; - m
liar. Medicines in
irjjel aliil sUi-illiT Isittles
ii-itiire l.irper t!oe. :uuli!..n..i
I r sl.e e as pond ..-ultsas Hood
-rtiliur in its m.-Ui. inil menu
Ho. it - SarsapanlU at . oni!i-he cures hith-
eitn un' tn'S'ii, and h
ri not he hhawasi la way other preparations,
hut he Mire I . pet the Pi-eiillar Medicine,
Soldt.r.: drueel.t SI,.lifrS, Prepared only
by 0 i BOOOa to. aasahasavisa, iieiu kw
IOO Doses One Donas'
JPKCIAL TAXATION NOTICK.
Notice I. herhj given to all person interfiled,
thai the city ronacil of tbe city of Buck Island
baring orden-d tbat Second arenne from the wt
line of the intem-dion of Koarteenth .treet to
the et l!3e of the Interaction of Ninth . reet.
all be i in- in tbe corporate llmili of tbe aaid city of
mock i-iano. le corbel wttb rnrbstones, excava
ted and graded, improved and pavea.
Said ordinance for saM improvement i on flle in
theofflceof the city clerk ofnaid city, and said eitjr
ba. apphi d to the county court of Bock I -Iar, d
county, Illinois, for an iHesntM and levy of tbe
coti of .aid imDrovement uton and from the lote
and part of lot. and tracts of land conliffuoai to
tbe line or .aid improvement in raid ordinance
ordered to be constructed, in proportion to tbe
frontage of .neb lot, parte of lots and tract, of
land upon the improvement so ordered to be con
structed aa aforesaid; and an a-.e-sment thereof
raving tieen made and returned to said court, the
final beating tberson will be bad at tbe March
term of said court, commencing on the tenth dsy
of March A D. 1W All person desiring may
then sad there appear and make their defease.
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, tbis eighteenth
day of February A n. 1S).
JOH.V OHI WKII.ER.
H. J. LOWRBY.
C H. RITTKK,
HAS PUROHASKD TH K
and bas removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tlTHe solicits the trade long enjoyed
by hie predecessor and as many new
customers aa wish to favor him with
Pay Your Taxes
The Taxes for 1889 are now
dae and payable to the Collec
tor al County Treasurer's office
in court house building.
PETE It FREY,
atKl K(nny- X
sanaril 1 1 i - ,45
-.i 1 i
'he tin. .f Iks peaatsl Mead X
i i sver atseeverew.' .
I illjrin its " good name Gir
Is aaw yinv
af HnnsTs TIs i saws i HI .
II, im ii- X hyit n mail.-,
than af .ir Sstati Meed
Mrtyier- .Vmftfeeawat In its
Pheaaae-r nal rd of sales
Art..i ';!. r j ri'-paratmn
m1mjBffrtttS attained such r-npu-SIwrfey
In so short : 'imo.
snJ retained Its popularity
k3and cimfiileuce among all classes
S f l-euiile h.i teadfastly.
KKMUKM'K. N' 1 f ill irt
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATE1CT IM
provemenl on Kleva'ors. Now in operation at
Star Finishing Works, 2 Hamilton 8t.. Pniladi.
Pa: preserves life and limb: for fnll particulars
apply u ROBt J. WALKER. InTentor.
WANTED A RELIABLE PERSON IN HOCK
Island and every town in tbis locality to dis
tribute circulars: for particular send references
and addres,T. N.Crowley. : Main St , Ter.e
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opportunity: address witb stamp. Tbe Dr. don
ley Medical Institute. South Bend, Ind.
WANTED- AN t IL 8A1.E-MAN. UN COM
mission. Hat the I ubnatin? oil trade: ad
dress to The Dieter chs Oil Co., S6 West Wash
ington St . Chicago 111.
COMFORTABLE and ELEGANT
For Sale br Leading Oealera.
MTi Solely hy WH. BARKSB, Trcy.N.7
The Hotel Eastman,
I.ITTI.F. RO K. ARK.
The litft and fire-t RF.NOKI HOTKI. In
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connected, will open i -mder minavt-ment of O. O.
Bassos. of White Monn'ain HoteTsi fnr --aim of
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j. x. bekisli:y.
ATTtRNEY AT LAW Itfflre with -t T Ken
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Successor to (iuthrit- i Collin-1
Plan and estimates furnished. A specialty
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It s'l ATK OK FRRDKRIOK VV. UUc
mi or accorsTs.
Notice i hereby civen that by virtne af nn onl-r
of the County court uf Ruck island c lunty, Diasasa.
made thi. day on the petition of the undersigned,
admicisiratrlx of the estate of Frederick VV. Krj
lerstrass, deceas- d. I shall, on Taesday, Fenruarv
18th. A. D 1890. at the hour of three o'clock in the
afternoon of said day sell al public auction t the
north door of tbe Court house in the citv of Rock
island in said county. M the htrhost b'-Uih r for
cash, certain accounts and notes belonging to esid
etate, a list ol which is now on flle tn the said court
to which list relerence may be had by all asawaws
Rock Island. Illinois. Ft brnarv ath. l-'
MARG RET U. KELLEHSl'K k8 v
E. W. Hi k-it. Ait y for Administrairix.
Tbe flist coal shipped iDto this ntiirket
from Mercer cntinty was from tbe mines
of R. B. Ellis in the fall of 1876. anrl
hence given tbe name it atfll bears It is
well known to be tbe best sold in tbe
market, and other mtrcbaDts have adop
ted the same nsme and offering an in
ferior article for tbe genuine. Don't be
deceived, but buy tbe genuine celebrated
Mercf-r county coal of T. H. Ellis, on
Second avenue, opposite St. Joseph's
cbarch. The office has bot been removed,
but is there still, and is tbe only place in
tbe market gelling the old and genuine
article. Telephone HiSrJ.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and Importers of
Wines and Lipors,
Noa. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Si rKSF.B V STOt ft. No previous ix
rtence required. Write tor terms. I.. k.
II KAMI I U., aaiaatatiHi, St l b.
awaaV d4 V
askC. .. m&
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pital and Private practice is enabled
to guarantee radical (.ores in Chtooic
or po sonous diseases of tbe blood,
throat, no e. skin, kidneys, bladder
and kindred organs. Gravel and stric
ture cared witaout pain or cutting.
Those who contemplate going to
Hot Sprina-s for the treatment of any
private or blood diseases can be en red
for one-third the cost.
I AnilTO By this trt-atn-ent s
iml-mio uvel; complexion, freel
from sa mwneee, treca.ee, erui tlons,
etc ., brilliant ey es and perfect health
can be had. tSTThat "tired feel
ing" and all female weakness prompt
ly enred. Bloatine. headaches, Ner
mius Prostration, and Sleeplessness.
Ovarian troubles. Inflammation and Ulceration.
Palling and displacements. Spinal weakness and
i bange of Life. Consult the old doctor.
NFRVOIIQ Physical and Orgsnic weak
CniyllWi (-.-. prematnre decay, evfl
forebodings, self -distrust. Impaired memory, pal
pilaUon of the bean, pimples on the face, specks
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threatened consumption and every disqualifica
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BLOOD AND SKIN ttM&!Sa
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without the nse of mercury . Bcrofnla. Erysipe
It- Pever ito.es. Blotches. Pia p'es. Ulcere, pain
m tbe Head and Bones, gyphiltic bore Throat and
Tongoe. Glandular enlargement of the Neck,
Hheiimattsm, etc., cured when others hare failed.
Rl I PTI I RP Ccred with nt pain or hlnd-
iwi w i r, nee from husine-s.
w an iri i . chroniC OMwVfl
enred tn 9 to H days iy a local remedy. No nau
seous drugs used. Medicines mailed or express
ed to any address free from observation. Char
ges fair. Terras ra!i. Book and question list
15c A friendly talk costs nothing.
HOURS: 10 a. m to It m.,1 to 1 and 7 to 8 p. m
Sunday: 2 to S p m .
iii Wash, Av. S. 8!I N N E AP01 18, IIII.
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio. I
Has Permanently Located in
Being a graduate of two of tbe tn-rt Medical col
leges in the eat. together witb an cxten.ive
Hospital practireof six years, he ts sell
qualifled to treat the most difficult dis
eases. His specialties are :
Female, Lung, Private and
Loss of Manhood, or Seminal
Weakness, and Errors of
Posl!it-:y and permanently cured.
The Dwaast win he glad to se all those who are
aSii ted whether the) intend taking treatment or
not. Positively no esses taken that cannot be
. ire. I l'a-.-s -L, e. --f... , tr, I by n
ajfiii e. t'orrespondenrr accompanied by 4c
in stamps promptly answi-n-d
CONSL'LTA HON FREE
i ales MeCaJaswawwlsaw Piock.
W. Third Street, near Main,
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IF NOT, TRY IT.
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I1ARTZ & HABNSaOr,
Wholesale Atreni.-, R'ok Ilard
Dr. Tait Butler,
(Assistant Sutc Veterinarian of Iowa)
(Successor to Dr. J. D. Rutherford.)
Office hoars U s. m loS p. tn
Dentistry a Specialty.
Cfflce: Coyne's Peed Btsble, Market square,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
U COM PL E; (ION
mw Imirt- a tt-tilMnttranspati . vtoiheskia Its.
moves all pis.ples, freefeiss and t). -toka-atlona. Ko
"'I Hrt class dniggi ts oi mailed tor SS ct
A nice nlttre ni lanri In C-rtrH..,.. - - ' - ' w-j
the west half of the southeast quarter of section
ume iu tun nauip twemy. nonn range, two east
in Rock Island countv. Illinois. The above land
will He sold chitan anil tn ..w ' e
- r --- .j kiws. r or par
ticulars enquire of or address
SS.JS. 1-AtiMB.N i ik, Alt y at Law,
jan afXiwtm Rock Island, 111.
siaaw, V!sssiajSaUw j
D avis Block,
F. C. Hoppe,
No. 180B Second Ave.,
Rock Island, 111.
All kinds of Carpenter work dene. Oeneral Jobbing done on short
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Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK TSL N lK ILL.
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lias opened his New and Spacious
No. 1(320 to 1626
where he would be pleased to see his friends.
trv"AU kinds of drinks as well as Ale awi Torter, and the well known drink "Half and "alt" ih
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Contractor etnd IBuilder,
Ice and Bhop C.irner Seventeenth 8t. 13 1 T I i
and Seventh Avenue. KOCK Island.
UW-All kMs of Artlsiir work a peciltT. Plaaa ud estimates for all kinds of bandings
furnished on .i.llosiioti.
Carpenter and Builder,
Office and Shop No. 309 Eighteenth street.
ty Plans drawn and estimates furnished.
OHLWEILER & SPILQER,
Contractors and Builders,
Shop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th street?.
(Fred Koch's old stand.)
wTAlI kinds of Carpenter work and repairing done. Satisfaction guaranteed.
STATS OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island 'ockt , f1
In the Clrcnlt Conrt al snid rotinly Is the Jamiarr
Tirm. l.tSSI 3
Catherine Mo. re, Ssmnt l W. Lincoln. V V
! v . Hat.8 La;e, M W. Woodford, L. J.
Btnirtstou. Burton Malcolm. James E Monl-
Somery. Marths Thomas. Rosilie 'orn,
lesire Corvn and Marv J. Macbeth.
W. B. Baifield. Ren hen Wells. The Cnknown
Heirs at-law of Joel Wells, decuassd. Dennis
W arren, William A. Nonrss, Lanrs A. Sonr-e.
.line M. Weatherhead. Eliza Babcock. Kunice
L Mill. Louisa J. Bryant and Antonette Henry
Afflilavit of the nnn-residenec of the said W. B
Burfleld. Reutien Wells and Lmni-a J. Brrant. and
ll.. I ih. K r . . , .. .. .,f t I i-..li j
- - - " " jvrr:t Ill", tit-tvSSCU. H T I
unknown and made parties as the anknosn heirs
t l. T . ... . VV.. i. ,1... ...... I k..l.. i. i ,
7 V . -.vv t-., ua.uiif ireetl n si
in the clerk s office of the circuit court of Rock
I . ' r. I r.iimtv tttrn rtt TllinAi. - i .1 .
. . ' - i.iinoi". tiinite 15 tueretore
hereby given lo the sa-d non-rcsideni defendants.
mnA L - ... I . . r T rt. . , .
...... tit uiiei weiii1. u. 11 I-. t,
that the complainants filed their bill of romp aint
... - u Lu.ii.i 1 j p.iir lut-mii .111 tne
iTth day of November, 1S9. and that then-upon
summons issued out of sa d court, wherein said
soil is now pendine. returnable on the first Mon
day tu the month of January next, as is by law
Sow, nnless yon, the said non-resident defen
dants Shot'.- ...... . n.-t it. . i &. 1 . t
, T ,. , Mtiutittii u irsai lis
of Joe! W ells, decesssd, shall personally be snd
apjicar before said circuit conrt on the first dav
of the next May term thereof, to be holden at Rock
Island in snd for said county, on th first Mon
day tn May next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the said complainant's bill of complaint
and the same and the matters aud things there
in chanted and stated will he taksn as con
fessed, and a decree entered against you accord
ing '.. th. .., ... b.111
to r saiu 0111.
noes island, uu uecember. 2S 1SH9
OKO. W. UAMBLB.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
VI. K . Moons sttn ili-TTt ewrvv . .1 , 1 .
Bl( O harirsii univer
sal satisfaction lo th
ctire of flonorrhtpa and
Oleet. J prescribe It snd
feel safe in recoinmo o-
Ins; it to all sufferers
4. J. KTIIIFR, M.D..
fold by Qrnntists
FOR MEN ONLY!
A POSITIVE isasss?jl
CTTKiE V' otBcdyand ni:Effu
.ff Errors or Esnsses is Old or Toune.
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DAVIS & CO.,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods. Packing,
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Sole Agents for
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We guarantee every one perfect, and will send Caps,
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties
Safety Heatiog Boilers and Contractors foi
furnishing and latins Wat'-r, and
1712 Pibst Ave ,
R. i k Island, Dttaod
Telephone 1148. Residei ce I elephone l(j
f't .tin., .ii.rr i ' 1 1 r . i
No. 1707 Second avenue, Kock Island.
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
Roca lsi.Atri Oevwww i '
In the Circuit Cswrt, Mav T. rm. 1SB0
L.na Mvers vs LasafSM Myers -In Chaucer).
Affldaii! of thi aoa rssMssii e of L2arus Mey
ers, the aboti- named drfiiatsat. hav un awn filed
in the offlre ofshe c:. ik .if the Circuit court of
said county, notice is therefore given lo the said
non-resident defendant thai the complainant filed
her bill of complaint in aaid court on .he chancery
side ther.of on ibe Thlid day of December, 1SS,
and that thereupon a summons las ud out of said
court, her. In said suit is now peodic , returna
ble 00 the first Monday In the month of May next
as is by law required.
Now, nnless yon. the mm res-dent defendant
above named. Laxarns Myers, shall parson tlly be
and appe-r before said circuit court, ..n the first
day of the next term thereof, to be holden at Roca
Islan.l in and for ihe said countv, on tbe first
Mon 'ay in Mav next, and plead answer or demur
to the said complainant's hill of complaint the
same ana ih matters and thi lgs therin charted
and ttaird will betaken aa confessed and a ds
cree entered against you according to the prayer
of the said bill.
i t., , ,9. W GAMBLE. Clerk
Rock Island, 111., Februarr 10th. 190. dw
STATE OP ILLINoTsT I
Roca ISLaKD CotTHTT, ( "
In the Circuit Court, May Term. 190.
g"g Catherine Volet- In Chancery.
Affidavit of the non residence of Csthvrtne
Voiat, the above-named defendant, htvlng been
iiled in the office of tbe clerk of the Circuit court
of said conntv, notice is therefore given to the
said non-resident dolendant that the complainant
filed hts bill of complaint tn said court on the
chancert aids thereof on the 10th day of Febru
ary, 1890. and that thereupon a summons iasued
out of said court, wherein sakl suit is now pend
ing, reiutnsble ou the first Monday in the month
of May next as is try law required.
Now, unless you, tha non resident defendant
above named Catherine Voiirt, shall personally be
and appear before said circuit court, on tbe first
day of the next term thereof, to be hoi ten at Rock
Island tn and for the said county, on the first
Monday in May nett. and plead, answer or demur
to the sa d complainant's bill of camplaint. the
same and the matters sod things therein charred
and slated will be taken as corfessed and a de
cree entered against yon according to the prayer
of the said bill.
. . GEoRQE W. GAMBLE. Cl-rfc.
Foes- Island, III , February 10th 1890 dlw
ALL DESCRIPTIONS -
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