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TRi ROCK ISLAND AJRGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1890.
ith if bu' nick was
We m rrtaatnal of tha treat u4
He ipim ia Moewreai.
Waiter Rheridao. r-b died a few day
ooa la the jail at Montreal, n among tD
awes noted. denne; and nccuwful ertavnals
thu oootramt ever prodoond. Taoas-h bat
M years old. be bad been for thirty -six rear
ft profeasaooal "crook ;" tboub men of hi
if wm spent In jail, his unlawful fain -(Tree-atad
many bondrad thoMBd dolian
ad bee outwitted the aarewawat bmneas
aaaa of two continent A notable fact auoat
hints that thoogb of tan an raged in moat
daaparaU eoterrrrlaea. be nerer took Ufa, and
as far aa the offleers can learn, nerer area
cat a aaaa or struck a blow to draw blood.
Ha was after asoner, not life.
Be was a native of Kentucky, bat went
at an early age to Kew Orleans where be
committed soma petty crime, after which be
wad to Mamiaj I. and at the age of 30 entered
upon a life of crime
In 1M0 be fled to
tllmote to avoid
warrants for boras
stealing, bat wm
to a Ave
years' term at
Jobs. Th-re be
formed a partner
ship with a burglar
named Hecks, sod
they robbed the
bank of Spring
fleld o f 130,000.
Shendun (-'' away
captured and bw partner orent about $10,000
so get him clear, bat SSJ n. Thi $30,000
laated Soenlan btit a few m-ctbv and be
did severe. "meii Kite'" in New York. In
WW be ami a "pel" exme1 the once cele
brated devM-e by whi -U they robbed Judge
hlatrhi' i- l .if $190,000 in money and nego-
tiabie aaruritiea Again the Til
lured; Sheridan poured out money Uke water
and secured Ml release. Tbev still had
eaongh left to lire some uidCbt in Europe in
l. ni diem -Ttravajsi -.
With a new and inirec kg, safe blower be
returned to America ssyl perfi rases) sereral
. r . t- : -a T- v .-tok
en ooVe in Sew ynrk as "Charles itA.vt-n,"
i a member of ti,e Produce Excuanga,
aany valuable acquaintance and suc
in seiling tSlVOUO worth of forced
Erie bonds and gen its ' Europe before the
fraud wan dtscoreryi lie and his
squandered almost aU the proceed, in a Tear
iu Eumpe. He returned to New York too
soon, was recognize. errstd, convicted and
served free years in if. On coming
oat be bxcanie one of the noted Br.- k way
H aided tiiam in gett.ng up and circulat
ing the celebrated $30 note which was so per
feet that it was long supposed to have been
printed from a stolen government plate. In
W$l he stole a box of diamond in Pbuadel
phia. was caught and served three years in
the pei.itentiary In !V4 he worked the
"gold brick" and "sawdust" or "green good
i in and al-ut St. LoSjta, wti r aught and
led two year, in the lilic-i, penitentm-v
He went next to Cuba, did some "unad Jr.ta'
and thn Went to Por-ugaJ. where be t
caught in some ndnnr trick and served eibr
een moot be Lastlr he was arrested in M n
traal, bet no r-ae could be made against him
so the judge, having learned hi general his
tory, tent him to jail for six months for ri
graocy. Me kneit at. l bogged for merry
with tears, declaring tne confinement wouill
mi) bun He sank rapidly on ling Jailed
died of cooAimption
MODERN WOODMEN MATTERS.
SUMMERS OR RUSSELL.
Thai Mas F.,-itl s.imi Inter-rat
In lb Viuth.
goes Prof e.r Summer,.'' said a
rtrwt in Atlanta lately "I
woe id know h.m anywhere
To explain Some five or more years ago
there appeared at Winchester, Va , a most
ctan wbo railed himself Professor Carl Sum
mars. lie secured a position as organist in
one of the churches, and talked mildly of a
utile property in London which be pnaaasBsd
and which be hoped sowie day would moke
h 1 nr.
i H.. mason mrsasu.
la the choir of
cbnrcb of which he
was organist was
Miss Eva P ni hag
Church cnoirs are
noted for being
t hires fur oowven
ieet maico making,
and the professor
and Mmb D-irniug
aad became en
fell wck and was re
moved to the boas
uf hi ftanow fa
tear aad there
uaraed I Mi
Dorning. When be rrivered tbey ware
married, and f.r a tiro all went happily
One day Profeesor and Mrs Summer, went
to a ptcaic Tbey became separated, and
tnere came to the wife the new, that her hus
band's clothing bad been found no the beach.
All sxippnasd that be bail been drowned, but
after a while it was reported t Mr, Sum
mers that bar hus'-sad ought be alive, and
last it should turn out to be tne truth she se
cured a divorce.
Then a man. Professor Waiter H RosvU,
turned up at Atlanta. He talked about the
property in London, secured a position a or
ganist, aad lived, an tlx -a- who knew bun
ay. an exemplary Ufa Wkm the remark
was made which i at the beginning of this
article. The Constitution t-a.k it up, and
after aa investigation found Summers and
Kosaell to be one and the same person
sail denied the im;-ar anient But it was no
use. his bandwnuntc was found to br- the
bum as that of Summers, and although he
had not offended since bji res. i. :r- in At
iaoU. the church autborit.es ttksnjgka proper
to ask him to move on.
It is sail that hj - r,.'.ed to a friend and
aid, "I was jealous; I wus mad that day
and took a step wuicn I iiever had tbe ooar
age to retract. "
" What are yon going to dof
"vVby, I 11 simply go sotnewbare else and
take still another name."
Perbaps here s a plot for a noveL
Th Jtlblla I'longrr.
I Benson the Jubilee Plunder la
i th world over bv this time bv r
MS reckless diejipatioa of tha immense
, left to him bV his father in a Taar
1 bv hU raramt adaantura at M..
There he I. art all ha haH at Ska t.l.l .
and was. act ordinz to tbe rules of that nlana
given a sum uf money aad a ticket to Paris
He sold the ticket, bad a friend play for bim.
aad won a lot back again He has been
located np for forgery now, however, and it
may go hard witb mm.
The cm given ia from Tbe London Daily
The Very Polite Child.
"How do you do, Jacob f said a ltwl
lad a that city the other day
"I'm wall, I thank you,' said tbe buy
"How do ail your folks dot" asked the lad-.
"They're all well, 1 thank you, uxc-opt dad,''
What's the matter with your fat barf
bad the lady.
"He's dead, thank yon," replied tbe boy;
I do you m and all your family r ' Ex-
The l egal Paaec of the PrerrHlsgs-
Tate AttntL-rr Otstrsl Will Aak
H ot atemnvnl-Ceaanirnta ea Mr
H mnir-a newwrall.
Tbe Mollne DxrpaUX of last evening
printed a special telegram from Morrison
to thte effect:
Ia the matter of tbe people of tbe state
of Illinota ea J C. Root, at al , before tbe
circuit court yesterday afternoon. Judge
Wm. Brown sustained tbe demurrer in
part and overruled it in part, aod leave
was given to amend tbe bill . The court
bold that the attorney general has a
right to file the bill, and that thu corpor
ation is amenable to tbe law governing
insurance companies oa the aaaa a meat
A aooa as tbe bill baa been amended,
tbe attorney general intend to make an
application for tbe removal of J. C. Root
a bead consal and for tbe appointment
of a trustee in bis place, to perform tbe
duties of hi office during :be pendency
of the utt.
An exchange tbus comments on Mr
Dr. 0. W. Clendenin, of Fulton. M ,
ha been appointed bead physician of the
Modern Woodmen of America, tbe in
junction against the removal of Dr. P.
Leon MrKinnie having been dissolved.
This circumstance has no bearing upon
or concretion with the case against Head
Consul Root, however Whin McKionie
not opened up on Root, the latter re
moved bim and appointed Clendenio
An lniubction was obtaineJ by McKir.
oiee friend against his removal, and tbe
question became mainly one of authority
at the time the appointment was made
This was decided in Root favor, but it
i in do sense a victory for him. He
still remains to be tried under tbe for
midable charge made against bim by tbe
state, and Dr. McKinaie is himself pre
paring a blow which it Is claimed will
put both Root and Clendenin to sleep
Tbe outcome of the trie! is awaited with
JOSLIa. Feb 25
Mr Wm Cowley is moving to Mollne
Mr. Yeder nas rented Mr. K.tsoa's
Mr Miller has made a bid for Mr
Last evening tbere ws an invited party
at Mr Adam.
Mr. Samuel WainwrigLt ban moved
back open b-1 farm
Mr. Rau ha sold his farm to Fred
Whiteside. Price $2 500.
Mr Joshua Biackman has sold his
farm and will reside in Mo'ine
Mr Charles Viake and Mr Peter Carl
son are exchanging residence.
Invitations are out for a dance at Mr
Cook's residence on Friday evening next
Mr and Mrs MrFadden, from Iowa
are visiting with Mr. Alexander Dunbar
Miss Mary Searle, now of Chiraro. bis
been visiting tbe pas' week with Mr end
Mr C M Hubbarf.
D. W. Mumma, of Moline, contem
plate moving upon the Moody farm in
which be has an interest, the coming
Mr. Brewster, our merchant, has sold
his residence back to Mr Render, the
blscksmitb. Mr. Brewster will live
upon his farm.
Mr. Netzer, of Osborn. was taken ni
decly sick. Tbe children that are away
from homo were sent for. He Is now re
ported to be some better
Two men wi nt op with their ballots o as.
The one i firmer, tbe other as not .
Tks farmer, fesvtag lbs wool removed from his
Said "trasta and Ur.B he shocld slwava be
The other, s very rich man was he.
sld nfWs and trusts have dons wU for me
But toe angi-l above uw with wonder and saaaie
1 hat tbe tickets thev voted read just tbe same
In ainety year, when the United State
may expect to have about 500,000 y
inabltant and the demsnrt for farm pro
ducts will be increased eight fold. It mat
be very necessary then for tbe farmers to
know bow to double their rrop, but at
tbe present time wttb tbe market glutted
inch knowledge is not a very pressing
Is it not a self-evident fsct that those
republicans wbo claim that it would be
botn 'inexpedient and improper' to talk
tariff at farmers' intiut. are afraid
that a consideration of tbe question would
lose vote to tbe republican party If
what is called a 'high protective tariff' is
just and bonest in the sight of God and
promotes the financial Interest of tbe
farmer, wby should not the question be
f.r lached ia a farmers' institute? Ob. we
are told it is "inexpedient, because men
hold different views, aod we must in al
charity believe them to be bonest in their
opinions. " Just so But when two men
are diametrically opposed in their views
upon tbe tariff or any other question, one
or the other must be id error, and is it
not in the line of civilization, progre
sion and reform that we should find out
which? Does it not seem very sn piclou
tbat republicans wish this matter to be
The tariff system is wrung io. principle
hecsuse it imposes its burden upon whst
we consume instead of what we possess.
I t us suppose tbst the tariff on sugar it
three cent a pound Tbe laborer after
working all day for $1, pay tbat Si for
fifteen pounds of sugar, and in doing so
pays 45 rent tax to tbe government. If
tbe laborer were obliged to buy hia au
gar free of tariff, take it to a collector'
offlfe and tbere pay forty-five cents, how
long would our present tariff system
stand? But by our present indirect sys-
em be is not permitted to see tbe amount
tbat i taken from bim, fondly imagining
that he i paying hi whole collar for su
gar. Tbus a poor man witb ten children
to support pays ten times as much tax as
the millionaire wbo has no children.
MCLTCst is Parto.
J COAL VAI LET.
Coax V iiXBT. Feb. 36.
Mrs. i'm. J. Reason, of Rock Island,
J. Deary Wilson ship jed a car of bogs
Dr. Plnmmer, of lock Island, was
John Walker is mucb better of hs at
tack of pneumonia.
Dr. Calvin Truesdale of Rock Island.
was on our streets MonIay.
Harrison Dilly, of Kansas, passed
through here yesterday ;oing to Geo. W
Prof. Stoddard returned today, having
beea absent for two day on account of
It is rumored tbat tbe new county
buildinp is to be dedicated for use with a
grand ball. ;
Frank Naylot has flib d bis warehouse
with agricultural implement, and-isdi-tng
a good business.
Some of our young fr Iks went to Ca
ble to attend the grand ball and see tbe
doc race, on tbe 22
Dr. Martin's cbildret from Fulton
county, all came home tc see bim and
will remain some dava.
Frank Melin and Miss Nessie Mc-
Oimpsey bad quite a vedding at the
home of the hr'de s parei is last week.
David Lloyd has recovered from a se
vere attack or a cotnp atnt which ha
been afflicting bim for flf een years.
Ibere ws a meeting at the P M
church on Monday evening to arrange
f or a festival, but nothing positive was
There was a sale at Frnk Moraass' to
day. An auction at E. Vright's yester
day did not g- off well of account of the
Dr. atartin has not rec vered from ht
illness. He had to underf o another ptin
ful operation on Monday from which he
was prnst-ated, but is fee ing better to
day. Jacob ll!t died on the 6th inst at bis
residence of pneumonia, a'ter a few davs'
illness. He first had an attack of tnflu
enza, bat was up and o u a couple of
days after this But be ook a relapse,
snd constantly grew worn, until tbe tin si
dissolution took place. Tbe deceased
was a native of Holstein, Germsnv: was
born Sept. 24, 1834, and a as consequent
ly in bis flftv-sixth year. He came to
this country thirty-two years ago, bought
and improved a farm in Henrv county,
Western township, and tiree years ago
bought tbe lot and residen -e in wh cb he
has since resided. He wai married about
twenty-three years ago. He leaves a
wife and seven children, t; e eldest about
twenty one years and lh youngest five
yesrs. One is a daughter and tbe otber
sons. Mr. Ellis was a very just, uptight
citizen, always adjusting his business
fairly, peaceable with hU neighbors and
attending to tbe wants of lis family with
the greatest of care ami a tention The
funeral will take place oi Friday, tbe
2S:h, at '2 o'clock p m.. an 1 the remain
will be laid in the Coal a ley cem ttry
The Rev. W. Russell will officiate. Mrs
Ellis is in a very critical condition, and
may not survive her husbsnd hut a few
KBia-hte ar t talaa la-taliatlen
At the regular meeting of Rock Inland
division No. 43, uniform rank Knight
of Pythias last evening, the following
officers were Installed for tbe ensuing
Sir Knight Captain Geo. L Eyster
Sir Knignt First Lieut J Alex
Sir Knight Herald 8. R Wr gbt
Sir Knight Recorder Albert Haesing.
Sir Knight Treasurer- E I Moaenfel-
Sir Knight Sentinel H. W. Smytbe.
Sir Knight Guard Peter Sommer
Sir Knight Cues G. Averill. of Lincoln
division No 17. of Springfield, A. A G .
of the U. R . conducted tbe installation
25 F W Kellerstrass by sdministra
trix to F J Kellerstrass, part lot 8 and
6, block 2, Spencer t Case's ad. R I,
W E Crawford to Denial McNeal, part
lot 1.1. black 56. Watertown. 26.
Ferdinand Vogel by executrix to A C
and C J Dart, part lots 8 and 6. block 2.
Spencer A Case's ad. R I, f 1.W88.
"Yes you'll And people ready enough,
te do tbe good Samaritan, without the oil
aad two-pence" so. also, you find the
whole American population ready to re
commend Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup but
only really good man. ready to offer a
quarter to bay a bottle. "
A MOMENTOUS -ITLATION.
flu s)u. -;.oi . t a Imtilia Dependent
on ,n i Hhurn I Ml. I , tea.
LOD.j. tet, -Jn The wan w of th le
Lord Cairns, who died ,udden V a ft-w wnks
eg", "ii! aaaaasa a mother in tbe course of t
few day nd.I th:i is great t nxiety in thi
faintly- r. rim- - x : the fort bcom
inr h 1J-': -n t .tL- o .fular..n LeeM Cairns
ii.tvm; .li-l without 1 aviiig issue, his earl
dom an 1 tbe imiu fsS - lactase) eat!!! upon
i r i. - i i..it..-r Mr Herbert
. an tu tiv i a . r-- i- not f.. the t:i -t that
the auKiw is iu an inter ti,ur condition
Should she be delivered of a -on and hair,
however, tbe little oue will s it l to tbs
earldom aod fortune. hil, if it is unlui-k
enotizn t ke gul. Mr H ri t Catena will
become Eir1 t'tirus tha nrTt n rni'tit
( ai.a-ln tndtr Hi KaclDe.
Evavvii lx. ind. Past 'Jo Tne fast mail
on tbe Ltansv.ue and ! H .u'e railway
ran into tbe gap 1-f liy a br iif waau I
away ,t Kelso creek, a few n ilea nortb of
inrsnim-s yetrlav Two men were UHad
tbe enKinjrr. A! Lo.n. and ni- fireman,
Lewis Burden Both reside 1 ia Evan,vilie
i . . ii !,-, J ;. I I k'i i . ajSs
years. N one else was hurt -xcept Con
ductor Da '! . and ne only ligt t!v
tu I mUezxIer Btokr 1 iem.
CaaVaSM, K--h M A It I-. nard av Cu,
ii. t i.nd hoi' loauufacturs-r,. a mud yee
ter .oy, wi'.h asset, and Labilit e, giv-n at
t .hi . a -h Moat of the lltbilitlas are
Utld ty Boston aui 'ew E:ig and Arm.
One f the reevons aasigned lor ttie failure
of tbe firm i- the r nbeulriiMu of a large
sum of money bv an employe.
lompariaou of Labor ".lrui,.
liRi'sscLa. Peb. Count Hstxi'eidt. tbe
ane aniliaaaador at Loudon. ia beeu ui
strn -L-d t tu- ..veinment u write a re
port on tin la l or question of Eipiand. for
comiwrison with tbf Amrrian system The
1 v ' t ii hmgton will also 'orward to
Berlin a reteirt on tbe labor . u-stion in
He T eg flea Laaaa ats ISSa
Cbjwtc s. Ia . Fl. 30. Cob Nevins, a
desiierado, attempted to crimim Uy assault
a young girl ut Murray Monday light. Sec
tion Foreman Franks, of tbe "t -oad. wont
to the rear-tie, and was shot and killed by
Xevins. Tbe murderer was anested and
lo-Jired in Jail
Tbe best on earth can trulv te ai 1 of
Grigg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sure,
safe and speedy cure for cuti, bruises,
m aios, ourns, wouna ana 01 ner sore
Will posi:ively cure piles. Utter and
other skin eruptions. Try thi i wonder
healer. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded Only 25c Sold by
Warfare has its romance; eve 1 tbe din
of battle has a sort of an en( airemnt
Who of us are wunout tronbb be tbey
small or large? TUe blessings -f health
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in pain A backing cough, a sev-rk
cold, or any throat of lung disease are
very troublesome, but all of tbeeo may be
quickly and permanently cured by Ur.
3 1 10: low's Cure. Safe and pie isant f
?hi!dreu Price (HI oenU
A Pblladelpbia bon vivant ha i kept a
tubfull of terrapin alive in bis ellur all
winter, so as to have tbem bandy
Witb Ely's Cream Balm a chikl caa be
treated without pain or dread sod with
perfect safety Try tbe re me y . It cures
catarrh, bay fever and colds in t. e bead
It is easily applied Into the nost lis, and
gives relief with tha first spp Icaticn
Tell your wife she looks wel in her
new bat, and rest assured thst y ur din
ner will be well served
While tbe fields were roaming over.
Breathing new -mown bay and cl iver.
Well tblnk of her. at is our wont,
Wboas teeth and breath are, every day,
White as white clover sweet ss bay,
An I all from using Socodont.
eft Oeal far Bate
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tt nth avenue, at tea cents pei bush
el. B. Datkbport Est ite
Aug. 80. 1888
For beauty, for comfort, for im srove
merit of the complexion, use only
Pozzoni's Powder: there is nothing equal
Tbe Crows dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents
$50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of $900 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com-
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Modern Honses Far 11
On monthly installments by Guyer A
Bank A Babeeek, DsaUst.
No, 1784 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natural teetb and
inserting teeth without plates
Surety oa Boat
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and wbo desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York
General Insurance Agent.
Rock Island. HI.
In Scotland it is said that to rock the
empty cradle will insure the coming of
other occupants for it.
Pat oa the Brakes
If you find you are going down hill in
p.unt of health. Failing strength, im
paired digestion and assimilation are the
marks of decline Check these and otber
indications of premature decay with the
grand titalizer and restraining tonic,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Beginning
at the fountain bead, tbe stomach, the
Bitters remedies it Inefficiency, corrects
it error, and sets it viporously at work.
The digestive organ is tbus enabled to
thoroughly separate from the food its
nutritive princip'e. which the blood ass
similatintf. is enricbed. Thus is the sys
tem nourished, and being nourished
strengthened, snd abrormal waste ol its
tissues stayed . Appetite, tbe power to
rest well, a retruiar habit are also re
established, and tbe various function
move once more in their natural and
healthful groove. The Bitters, more
over, is a specific for ami preventive of
malarial complaints, rheumatism, bilious
ness and kidney troubles.
The czar of Russia ha become a really
expert player on tbe violin. Nero wa a
good d-al of a fiddler, too.
How s Tbu r
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cure i by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney Co.. Toledo, O
We. tbe undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in busi
ness transactions, and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
West & Truax. wholesale druggists. T.e
ledo, O .
Welding, Kinnan & Marvin, wholesale
druggist. Toledo. O.
E B . Van Hoesen, cashier Toledo Na
tional bank, Toledo, O.
Haii's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of tbe system. Price 75
per bottle. Sold by all druggist
The Mexican government is encour
aging the cultivation of rubber trees. A
company has recently planted 3iK),(ki in
In the pursuit of tbe good thing of
his world we anticipate In much, we
eat mit tbe 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 exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladdn
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases Prios, M rents, of
Current at aMR 1 Jone is a remarkable
looking men " "I don't see sny resem
blance to Cbatincey M. Depew."
To Bsrvoas Men.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining al) about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon tbe nervous
debilitated system, and bow tbey will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. If you are thus afflicted, we
will send you a be it and appliances on a
trial . Voltaic Bki.t Co . ,
A I.--., k away lad. fifteen years old, has
constructed a one-horse power engine
tbat is a success.
A new idea embraced in Ely's Cream
Balm. Catarrh is cured by cleansing and
healing, not by drying up. It is not a
liquid or snuff, but Is easily applied into
tbe nostrils. Its effect i magical, and a
thorough treatment will cure the worst
cases. Price 5tc.
Amendatory to an Ordinance,
Entitled "An Ordinance to
Amend an Ordinance for Re
vising and Consolidating the
General Ordinances of the
City of Rock Island," passed
June 6, 1885.
Bt it Ordalr,td ft tA Ufa Conntil of th4 BBj of
Mock Jabaaj .-
Thst section two 01 of tbe sbovs entitled
ordinsnce be amended so as to reid as follows-
Tbst section t srtl'-le 8 of rbspter 18 of tbe re
vised ordinsLCes of ssld city be tended as fal
lowi Tne Cltv cwk. with the approval of the Mayor,
shall on application of any person of good char
acter, issue ileense to sacb person, satborztnc
him to peddl- within ssld city for the period
therein mentioned, which I let ase may he issued
or one day. one week, or one month (bat not be
yond tbe municipal yean and the spplicant shad
pay therefor as follow !
tor one d,y, two dollars sod arty cents ($3 61j.
for oat weak, slxdollsrs (pi), for one month,
twenty dollars CS0i. sod St ssld last named rate
for any period tx-yond oua month snd not beyond
the municipal year.
Provided, that this provision fhsll not apply to
any peddlers of venison, poultry, ash or wild
Provided, farther, that the Mayor to hta Judg
ment may grant permission to any poor or an
fortunate citizen, mala or ft-male, wbo is capable
of earning an honest bring at snrb vocation be
allowed to peddle free, or for auch sum ss may
be agreed npou.
Paased rebniary IT, 19S0
Attast : Rosirt Koehlib. Mayor.
CSeall Ciiy Clerk.
otice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will ke received at tbe office
of the undersigned until I o'clock p.m. on the
l?ibday of March lw, for labor and materia c
required In tbe erecting a Young Men Cbriatain
Association building at Rock Island. III. Copies
of drawing and specifications, can be had at the
once of the Architect, on and after Moods?.
March 3. Tbs right Is reserved to reject aay
or aU proposal a.
XDWARD R. BAMMATT. Architect.
Office Comer Third aud Brady streets. Daven
port, lows. ST-fteod
awaiuTara usa is
mm acriese axels
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las, Caailaeses fMi'SSM af SkMrlrlu thraae all WKAg
rlkTS. ranaeis ta to Bmffl aa t saoaocs si aaseia.
Mna Salt I ii II or a, farteu S5.OS0 Is aaaa
I Sa iiaiin Cu an Ii SS. aa aa. Warel mmm ear
saali Car, la ara aiaaiat Baalal i-irfSii- graa.
aaJTOtll ELECTRIC CO , lSYIaaU. sTTUtCAM, IU.
R SAUt- MY RKSIUENCB. NV UtO .'irst
svenne. WM AliAM.
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATBJTT IM
provement on BleTstors. Now In operation at
Stir Finishing Works, gSSft Hamilton St., Pbilsda.
Pa; preserves life snd limb; for full poruculara
apply to ROBT J. WALKKK. Inventor
WANTID F1RST-CLAS! TRAVIUNU
salesmen at om-e for Illinois sid Iowa. D.
R. IngersoU A Co.. 3) sad :rr Dearborn St. Chi
cago, 111. feb-
WAKTKD A REUABIJ! PERSON IN ROCK
lsiand and every town In this locality to dis
tribute circulsrs ; for particular, send referencea
sad address, T. N Crowley. SM Main 8t , Terre
Haute. I ad i ana.
A5TRD.-A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at ker own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific "Orange LLy"; s splendid
opportunity; sddress with stamp. The Dr. Cooa
ley Medics! Ins' Itute. South Bend. Ind
WANTsSD-AN tIL SALESMAN. ON COM
mission, for the Lobrlcsttng oil trade: ad
dress to The DieterichsOU Co . 86 West Wssh
tngton St . Chicago. 111.
COMFORT ABIsE svnd ELEGANT
For Bale by Leading Dealers.
XT d Solely by WX. EaSEZH, Troy, N.T
The Hotel Eastman,
I.ITTl.l: ROt'H, It a .
The largest and finest RF.HOKT HOTKb In
America, with the finest Bath Honsei In tbe world
connected, will open (under msnsgement of O. O.
BASsoa. of White Moan-aln Hotelil rorseaeonof
lStsl. January 16th. Tickets should be bought vi
St. Louis and Iron Mountain A Southern R K.
. Tako .vir
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or stKIUt'A I Kl VA
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with full dire. Horn..
PKTKR D. PISKE.
'.:". Sd Avesue, New York.
J. M. BEARIISLEY,
ATTuRNKY AT LAW Office with ! T Ken
worthy, 17S6 Second Avenue.
WILLIAM J U KSON,
ITTORSEY AT LAW. tXBre In Rock I-land
L.Sationa! Bank Building. K .. k I-iand. III.
S. D. IVIIJIT.
C. L. WaLtBB.
SWEENEY aV WALKER.
ITTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR, AT LAW
lOfllce Iu Bengston's Dlook, Rk Ulsr.d. III.
McEMRY Js MrEMRY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW L.an mon. v or, good
security, make collections. Heferenr. . Mitch
ell A Lynde, bankers. Office In Postcrnce block
THE 11 a 11. T ARfiC8.
R SALR EVSHV BT EN I NO at CraaantaoM
Nsws Stand. Five sent per copy
D. H. S nUREVAN,
RCTirTBCT AND SUPERINTENDENT -Mas
rLoffica i 'luetic. atti. Uhlo; Branch uftW ova
First National Bank, Rock Island. fit lj
8T, LUKE'S COTTAtiE HOSPITAL,"
ON THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
eleventh streets. feb 14-tf
WM. 0. KULP. D. 0. S.
OFFICE RRMOYBD TO
Room ft. ss and SB
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. In.
W. A GUTHBIE,
(Successor to Oathrie A Collins
Plan and estimates fumlshi d. A specialty
made cf fine work . All orders attended to
promptly and satisfaction ensrsnteed.
(7 ofBre sua ahop No. 16Vi Third avenue.
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E A LT I M O R E. Ma
81 ATE OF FREDERICK W.
saLB or second,.
Notice is hereby (riven that by virtus of an order
of the County court of Bock tslsnd coanty, Illinois,
made this day on the petition of the undersigned,
administratrix of the estate of Frederick W.'Kel
leratrsss.deceassd.I shall, oh Tuesdsy. February
IStb.A.D. 1S90. at the hour of three o'clock in the
afternoon of said day sell at public auction st the
north door of the (.'onrt house in the cltT of Rock
itlsnd In said county, to tbe highest bidder for
cash, certs! n ac counts snd note belonging to said
est at. . s list of which Is now on file in the ssld caa 1 1
to which list reference may be bsd by all persons
Rock Island, Illinois. February 4th. 1890
MARQaRET B. KELLKRSTRAS;".
E. W. Ht-Ber.AU'y for Administratrix.
The first coal shipped into this market
from Mercer county was from the mines
of R. B. Ellis in tbe fall of 1876. and
hence given the name it still bears. It is
well known to be tbe best sold in tbe
market, and other merchants have adop
ted tbe same name and offering an in
ferior article for tbe genuine. Don't be
deceived, but buy the genuine celebrated
Mercer county coal of T. H. Ellis, on
Second avenue, opposite St. Joseph's
church. The office has not been removed,
but is there still, and is the only place in
the market selling tbe old and genuine
article. Telephone lttfl.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and Importer of
Wines anil Liprs,
Nob. 1616 and 1618
TKIIRD J VIE.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
COB- WASH- 3d AVE. I
From W years' erpeneoce la Hos
pital and Private practice is ensbled
to guarantee radical cures in Chronic
or po sonon disease of the blood.
throat, no e. sain, aioaeys, ojsuurr
and kindred organa . Gravel and strie
ture cured wttnout pain or catting.
Those who contemplate going to
Hot Spriruts for the treatment of any
private or blood diseases can be cured
for ooe-third the cost.
I ADlps? By this treatment a
Basils IKaSJ lovely complexion, free
from ,a'!ownes. freckle, erui tiona.
etc.. brilliant ees and perfect health
can be had IFThat ' tired feel-l
ing" and all female weakness prompt
ly cured. Bloating, hesdsches. Ner
vous Prostration, and Sleeplessness
Ovarian troubles. Inflammation and Ulceration.
Falling and displacements. Spinal weakness snd
("hsYBge of Life. Consult the old doctor.
WPRXnilQ PhJ"!1 "U"1 Organic weak
Iw&s iwuu, neas, premature decay, evil
foreboding self -distrust, impaired memory, pal
pitation of 'he heart, pimples on the face, specks
before tbe EVE, ringing In the ear. ca arrh.
threatened coasnmption and every disqualifica
tion that renders msrrlace Improper snd unhappy
SPEEDILY and PERMANENTLY cured.
BLOOD AND SKIN fiZSZJg&
horrible In its result completely eradicated
without the use of mercury Scrotal. Erytipe
It Fever so es. Blotches. Pitr p., i'leers, pln
in the Head and Bones, Syphiltic ore Thrott and
Tongue, Glandular enlargement of the Neck,
Rheumatism, etc., cored wh n others h. fsiled
RMPTURP Cured wl,n ni Pln of hiid
" ' Salt r,nCa from basinese,
URINARY B-fRecently contracted or
unM,Mnl' chronic dicease POSITIVELY
enred la S to S) days by a local remedy. No wi
seoo drugs used. Medicine mailed or express
ed to any sddress free from ottservation. Char
ges fair. Term Cash. Book and quetion list
Ue. A friendly talk cots nothing.
HoL'R.V 10 a. m. to it m..tto3 and 7 to 8 p m
Hnnday: S to S p m
SSS Wash. Ar. 9. MI N HE A P0 i 18, MINN
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Ps-rmanently Located in
Being s vrsduate of two of the best Medical rnl
letjes In the east, together with an extensive
11. ispltsl practice of six years, be Is well
quallfled to treat the mo,t difficult dis
eases. Bis stacialties sre:
Female, Lung, Private and
Loss of Manhood, or Seminal
Weakness, and Errors of
Positively snd permanently cured.
The Doctor win be glad to see all those who arc
afSlcts-d whether they intend taking treatment or
not. Pos.t.ve.y no case, taken that cannot be
cured. Case, successfully treated by corresron
dence. l orreepondenre sccompsi led by ac
in stamps promptly answered
i Ace McCulloogh'sNew iilock.
W- Third Street, near Main,
Dr. XZhn Dyk'S
IF NOT, TRY IT.
Vmr - a.. r '
HARTZ i Wm, Whult -alr 1Mb.
HARTZ & BAHNSKN,
Wholesale Aeents, Rock Islart).
Dr. Tait Butler,
(Assistant State Veterinarian of Iowa)
(Successor to Dr. i. D. Rutherford. 1
Office hours 11 s. m to t p ra.
Dentistry a Specialty.
Office: Coyne's Feed Stable, Market qasrt,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
DAVIS & CO.,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packii .
Hose, Fire Brick, En
Sole A t ' - fur
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATOR
We fusrsntee every one perfect, snd aril ei I
Twenty day 'a trial, to responsible parties
Safety Heating Boilers and Contra'
furnishing and latin? Water, tad
1712 PiKrrr A n
Reck Island, Illinois
Telephone 118. ReeffJer.ee 'l eleto: ;
Fa C. HOPPEs
nr- Zs, i r
jSTo. 180B Becond Ave.,
Rock Island, 111,
SETVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
All kinds of Carpenter work d-tie. General Jobbina dote on -1 tart
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth are., ROCK IS LA N f, ELL.
sBV imparts a rrilllant iransBsren tr. th.- ss.ii rte-
norM t.l ".. i, Irr .mn ii-. uluratluna Fm
aaU- hf ail Sot rla dru-gl u ataliaJ for a eta
A nice piece of land in Cordova township, being
the west hslf of tha southeast quarter of aectiou
nine in township l went t, north rantre, two east,
in Rock Island county, Illinois. The above land
will b sold cheap aad on eaay terms. For par
ticulars enquire of or address
St. at. r a rtst a stts tt, Att v at Law,
jan SO-dwxm Rock bland, IU. 1
Has openetl his New and Spsc'ous
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenue,
where he would re pleael to see his friends.
wSfAll kind" or drink ee l !e snd T'orter an.i the w. 11 ku.iwn ,lr:r,t ' Hs.f and '
only place iu the city where ou csn ge: it.
Carpenter and Builder,
Office and Shop No. 309 Eighteenth street.
P'iHns drawn and estimates furnished.
TT8 OF ILLINOIS, I
R.1CK IMJIVII I '.ICKTT. I
In the ' r. ; Ooart of said county to tb Januarv
Cathtnne Mo. re. Samuel W. F.lncoln, M. V.
Kicuarda, Hans Ifie, M W Woodford, U J.
Benctston. Bnrt,.n Malcolm, James F. Mont
gomery. Marth Thomas. Rosilie oryn,
l-t.ire Coryn ara Mary J. Macbeth.
W. B. BuifieM, Rinbtii Wells The TnkD wr,
fleirs-at-law of J.iel Well, deccssed. liennie
Warren, William A. Nonrsa, Laura A. Xour-e.
Jane M. W. atherhead, Eliza Baucnck. Eunice
L. Mill, Louisa J. Bry ant and 'ntonette IKnrv
Affldsvit nf the non-residence of the said W. B.
Bnrflt'ld, KeaVien Wells and V nisa J. Brv ant. and
that the heirs at law of Joel Wells, deceased, are
unknown and made parties aa the ur. known heirs
at lsw of Joel Wells, deceased, havine been Sled
In the clerk's office of the circuit court of Kock
Island county, t:ite af Illinois, notice Is therefore
hereby given to the sa'd non-resident defendants,
and unknown heirs of Joel Wells, deceased,
that the complainants filed their bill of comp sint
in said conrt n the chancery s'de thereof on the
STth day of November, l1. and that thereupon
summon issued out of sa-d coarr, wherein said
mt is row pendine, returnable on the first Mon
day In the month of January next, as is by lsw
Sow. unless yon. the said non-resident defen
dant above named, and the unknown h. ir at law
of Joel Wells, deceased, shall peronslty be and
appear before said circuit court on the" first day
of the next May term thereof, to be holder st Rock
Island in and for said countv, on the first Mon
day in May next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the aaid complainant's bill of complaint
snd the same and the matter and things there
in charged and stated will be taken as con
fessed. and a decree entered against you accord
ing to the prayer of said bill.
Rock Island, 111.. December, SS. 18S9.
Oto W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Circuit Conrt.
W. R. Moore aMtf?rvrR x Swbinet, Solicitors
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
noes isl.ad ueajait I
In the Circuit Court, Mar Term. 19H)
I.j Mr era v. Lazarus Myers In chac en
Affidavit of the non-residence of Lazarus V .
era, the above-named defendant, hav ng beet; -in
the office of the clerk of the Circu.t cour: l
said county, notice is therefore given to the sa I
non-resident defendant that the complainsL. . .
her bill of complaint In said court on he tsVaaeerj
side thereof on ihe Thitd day of December. 13o'
and tbat thereupon a summon is3 d out of Mid
ofiurt, wherein said suit ta now peadin-. retann
ble on the first Monday in the month of May ;.. i
as is by law required.
Now, unless you. the non-resident drfrndan.
above-named, Lazarus Myera. h:i person Uly be
and aope r before said circuit court, on the firs
day of the nextterm thereof, to beholden at Rock
Islanil in and for the said county, on the drat
Monday in Msy next, and plead answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint, C
same ana the matters and things therin chars,
and stated will be tt ken as confessed and a d.
cree entered against rou according to the pr
of the said bill. H '
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk
Rock Island. 111.. February 10th l9rt. a4
otick to contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the Cuy
Clerk's office, city of Rock Island, until Monday
tbe 17th day of March, A. D. 18W, at S o'clock r.
M, for constructing the improvements ordered by
ordinances of said Cttv, which were adopted
November 18th and December 16th isfn reapec
tlvelv. and are entitled "au ordinance for the im
provement of Second avenue from tbe west line
oi ruwiirriim swctti i , me aest iiue m .1111.11
street in the city of Rock Island :" also, "An or
dinance for the improvement of Twentieth street
from tbe north line of First svenie to the south
line of Ninth avenue in the city of Rock Island
and for the lawlng of a special tax therefor, '
and for furnishing the material aud doing the
ork according to the plan and specification
The said improvement ordered l.y said ordi
nances consist of curbing with curb-tome,
exraeating. grading. Improving and paving with
paving brick of good qua itv, thirteen blocks of
streets in said title of said ordinsnces set out.
Tbe said improvement must be constructed,
and the aiaacriala then for furnished must be in
scccnlance with the plans snd specifications for
mid improvements on tile in the said clty clerk's
office, at which said offlre, ssld plsns snd specifi
cations are open to the inspection of all persons
Interested therein. Contractor are to fur ish
samples of brick with which work Is to bs done
Br-.. k used in the work must correspond with
the temple in quality and (tyle. All bid must
be aocompau ed with a certified check in the sum
of Five Hundred Dollars, payable to the order of
tbe city treasurer of said city. whioU ahall be
come forfeited to said city in case th bidder shall
fail to enter into contract, with approved sureties,
to execute the work for the pi ice mentioned in his
bid, and according to the plsns snd speriflestion,
in the e.ent that tbe contract should be awarded
Blank blda will be fnrnished on application at
the city clerk'a office All bidders and ether
persons may attend at the opening of said bide
The right to reject any and all bids or propo
sals received ia hereby exptesalv reserved
ROBERT EOKIlLKR. city t'leik.
Dated thia SSth day of Febraary, I ,c
STATE OF ILLINOIS? I ..
Rock Ist-axo Cocktt, l '
In the Circuit Court, May Term, l!
Claus Volgt ve Catherine Volgt In Caeaec 1 1
Affidavit of the non-residence of Catherine
Volet, the above-named defendant, having been
uled ta the office of the cleik of tbe Circuit court
of said countv. notice ia therefore given to the
said non-reaident defendant that the complainant
filed hla bill of complaint in aaid court on the
chancer side thereof on the 10th day of Febru
ary, law. and that thereupon a summons issued
out off said court, wherein aaid suit is now pend
ing, returnable on the firs; Monday in the mon:h
of May next as is by law required.
Now. unless you, tha non-resldeM defendant
above-named Catherine Volgt, shall personally be
and appear before said circuit court, on the drst
day of tbe nex- term thereof, to be holden at Rock
Island in and for the said county, on the first
Monday In May next, and plead, answer or demnr
to the sa d complainant's bill of camplaint. the
same and the matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken as corfessed aad a de
cree entered against you according to the prayer
of tbe said bill.
OKORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Fock Island. Ill , February 10th . law) dlw
Estste of Alice F. Webber, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
isuator of the estate of A lice r . Webber, late
of the county of Rock Islaud. state ol Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock laland county, at
the office of the clerk of said court, in the city of
Rock Island, at the May urm, on the Orst
Monday ia May next, at which time all
persons having claim against aaid estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adiosted. All persons Indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this S5th day of February, A. D. 1890.
.woa T. A. MURPHY,
fsb 25-d4w Admlniatrator.
HAS PURCHASED THK
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
HPHe solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
Pay Your Taxes
The Taxes for 1889 are now
due and payable to the Collec
tor at County Treasurer's ofhYe
in court house building.
OP ALL DESCRIPTION,
Promptly ai.d neatly executed by too Aaen Jo
eWopc- '.- at let!
paid U Conor s re wotk
nSir BSEBT STOCK. No previous expe
rience required. Write for terms I- B.
Utt AGO (., Kalamiaaoo. Mic e.