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rHE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1890.
Th Adjoarned Xeetiss; of the City
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aa the Brirk Mi j lawsirew
CTTY COCBXTL RoriM. ROCX Isi AHD,
March 2u The council net id adjourned
sasaioa t 8 p. as.. Mayor McCon
oeakj presiding, aad all the aldermen
pftacat, except Itl aad Scott. Alderman
H..ard tlaied that be iritbed to make
aome correction In the aeleetioo of aome
of tae judge aad clerk of election in
the flrat ward, aad named El. Bnrrill.
Sr., aa ooe of the judge ia pises of Al
fred Oyne, aad named Alfred Coyne
aad A or Peterson aa clerk Tbe no
Inatioaa wtre coo fl rated.
AMerwaa Ilamptna. from tbe ureet
and alley committee. so ban it ted ibe fot
Yaaw committee to wbom u referred
tbe bid for tae imr.r lvesaeot of moid
areane an I Twentieth atreet. would rea
peetfallf reaort aa folio: We
ad tbe bide to be atrlctly ia acrord
aae with ordiaaacr aad apeeiOcaitona
for tbe war. and Had Ibat tbe R ckford
Coaetror Um Co. a bid of $1 AH from
brtrk made ia Rock lalaad to he tbe
low eat their proprMitioa for tbe
aasas hfir.g aa follow,: They will guar,
ate to la vest fU.OMi ia a brick piaat
ia tbe city of Bock IlaaJ, aad bare tbe
Mate ia operaitoa July 1. 1690, tbat will
turn oat .' brick per day. aad doa
ble tkat aaonat if needed, aad will far
aik bond to comply witb above ordia
aacei aad pecifleaiioaa, aad tboald tbe
brick made la Rock lalaad by tbe ahoTe
companr prove a faiiare, they will fur
a!ab brick tbat will meet with tbe ap
proeal of tbe mayor, enperintendent of
atreeu and tbe atreet and alley commit
tee, aad bold themselves ready to com
meace at tbe time apecifled, should tbe
rontraet be awarded to tbem .
Yoar committee recommend that tbe
contract for tbe improvement of Heeoad
avenue aad Twentieth atreet be awarded
to the Rorkford Conatructioa Co. at
91 V per square yard according to ordi
nance, and apaciScationt for tbe aame.
A. H. BAMPT05, Wat. McCovocate,
M Schjikti. Wm. F ScaaoaoF.R.
vra cannon oi Alderman .cbnell tbe
report waa received. Alderman Howard
morel tbat the paving contract be award
ed to the Hockford Construction Co
AMierman Schnell moved a an amend
saeat tbat tbat prrtion of Tweatieth
atreet be stricken oat. Not aeconded
Alderman Howard motion wa carried
Aye, - lluncher. li .war! Hampton.
Metier. Corket. Negus. Evan. Kno,
.VI war. I,. chroeder. Lark in 11
Noea Scbaell i.
Hi n .w .
niuerrnaa uanapton rnere.j a reao'u-
Hon which wa adopted, tbat tbe city
it at aia a
ronecior n directed to allow certain re
otie to property owner, abutting on the
p.Tiujf diatru.t n Lifhteenib atreet. Tlie
reaolutlon l aa follow.:
Rmo'tkI That tbe ctlr collector i
berehv directed to collect for the im
provement or r.ighte-nih atreet f..r ihe
owner, of property abutting on aaid
atreet aad aeaed for aaid improvement
vk amounts set oppomie to their nm-
respectively, and iue upon the payment
aa tae aame receipt, in full of tour re
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Alderman Hampton, fr m the tlreet
and alley committee, reported on the plat
of the Aagaatana college, et al . and roc
om mended Its acceptance Adopted by
Alderman Knox, from tbe committee
oa license and market, submitted a re
port on tbe investigation of tbe city acnle
management, exonerating Weigbmaater
John Eransfrosa any fraudulent traneac
Uon; the committee also reported baring
reason lo beliere that much illegal weigh
ing it done by private scale not licensed.
n motion of Alderman Hcbroeder tbe
report was received aad tbe committee
appointed to investigate tbe aaatt r of
illegal weighing by unlicensed Male, and
Tbe clerk read a petition from owners
of pop corn aunda for a reduction of li
ceae ia their huaiaea Referred to ordi
aance committee witb inatructiont to
amend tbe ordinance by making a rati- aj
40 per annum for that lim of peddler
Konaarr Kokbi.br, (My Clerk.
"Him. ikr aaaw '
Hai.- 'in Koatmab." will Ih m; n il
Harper a theatre tomorrow evening in a
return engagement, with Cuarlra M. Ar
nold, for wkaasj the play waa written, ia
tbe Utle role Mr Arnold baa played
Han, wilb great tuccett throughout all
If land. Australia. New Z aland and
Tasmania. It i a play that deal in the
heai-tiful featnre of child life, and vet the
rotnami' ,ide of the story t of tome in
terest Mr Arnold brine with him a
company especially selected to support
him in thia production, including May
Hannnn and Mita Dot Frederics, Mis
Kate Blancka. Myron C'Alice. Cfasrlea
Foster. Julius Kahn. ' harlet Tingsy and
"Nord." Mr. Arnold's great Bt. Bernard
dog. May Hannan is probably the
brighUtt child actress on tbe stage today,
as all who saw ber last fall will readily
testify. She is but five tears old, and
assumes a triple role in this production,
pi tying three distinct characters, display
ing a versatility wonderful in so young a
child Her dancing has attracted wide
spread attention throughout England and
Avertlaea l.lai ar laBBai r. .
Ll.t of latter nucallod fur at tbe fotiofflc at
noes i.iauu. ituca i.iuua (.nunlv. Iillnul.
March 21. UV
Aodrraoo Mr. (.tarlaa
How no Jennie
Cralt WUer of
Cralf C I
llhaa naak tt
Plniumer A W
fmlth 8 L
Hpleer C F
Hnrdar Mrt hve
roe ava i.it a.TTKH
nOAVBD WELLS, P.
Tbe drummer all say that their busi-
is picking up. It i generally uns
deratood that drummers are great at pick
lag op. but wa are aura tbey caa't pick
up a cold which tbey could not cure with
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Wbum, March 18.
A large qaaatlty of ice baa been ran
aing ia ifcrr river.
Jacob Wynn baa moved out to tbe farm
he purchased ia Rural.
The Daveaport eetate baa rented iu
farm near here to Fred Bo pea. aoa of tbe
late John Bo pea.
Tbe Canning company baa about
cloaed contract for toe entire crop of
pea, corn, tomatoes, pumpkin aad
beaaa for tbe aaaaoa't work.
Mr. H O Haver, of Bowling, baa dia
posed of hi 10 -acre farm, selling one 80
acre atrip aad improvements to Robert
Cram pt on for 98T per acre, aad tbe re
mainder to Wm. McLaughlin.
Judge Drary. one of tbe pioneers of
Ike coaatry, residing a number of year
ia Chicago, we are axb pleased to
note, has cast bis lot among ua again.
He he purchased a part of tbe Hart man
Bros. ' farm aad at pretest be baa car pen
ters. painter, and decorators at work re
modeling bis sew residence
Tbe Canning com pa ay ia arranging to
ealarge tbe factory also aad cootemplal
iag patting ia macbiaerv for canning
peas. It i, el o proposed by tbe compa
ny to pat ud a class of goods evea
aaperior to tboae canned last aeaaon.
which baa already made a reputation
among the first -Has godt made in tbe
Apropos of tbe Approach of tbe towa
electioa there m coaciderahie goaaip
about candidate for townahip office.
Tbe Rev Krr. by virtae of b: app mt
meat to 111 out a tupervieor iiaeprel
time, is undoubtedly in a position for
ihe nomination on the republican ticket
Little baa bea aaid on tbe deiuecretk
A the spring aeason opena. Ailing our
people', mind, with many promiae,. and
the perfume of the wild flower tilently
falls on tbe ai r. and i carried to the d.
asad aome; the aeaaon has alao arrived
when it ia necessary to we tbat tbe wall
and ceilings of your rooms are decorstert
witb well paper. A number of merchant
deem it neo aaary to advertise wall paper
at co i H. L Franing, the drugtiat.
tbi season, baa placed la a very large
atock which be purchased from the lead
ing factories direct, tbe gi it-edge pattern
f ti e season wall paper, borders, ceil
ing decoration, of all description He
will not be undersold on quality, havinc
no remnant, abort roll, or aboddy good
in atock. Call aad see.
HrLUDALB. Mar. h 18.
Miss Stells Martin ia on tbe tick list
Look out for a wedding in our vicinity
Albert Golden ia attending school
M. D. II an berg shipped a CAr loAd
t rank Sneil. of Clinton, was a f aJler in
oi.r town Friday
Mi-a Mollie Balca. of Springfield
tinting friends in Coe.
Tbe snow has agAin dapper. . And
ob, my auch horrible roads.
Mr. Lulu Csin, who spent last year in
Colorado, arrived borne Saturdsr
J. A. Lipbardl is a sufferer from ttist
eading disee. La (Jnppe.
Mr Heard on and lady spent last SaV
urday and Sunday with Rev Br.adfo-t
Mra Cumminga. of Chicago, and Mr
O Hair, of Minneapoiis.wereguetttof Mr,
n. H r:.tr, orer Sundy.
,., . ...
lucre win oe an entertainment given
by tbe A lelphia school Monday evening
March -'4th. All are invited
John says he would rather trarel tbe
Port Byron road now in preference to
oti.er ially in muddy weather.
Your correspondent bavins been aick
for the paat two weeks, waa unable to
write any. but al present i, convalescent
Mr. Sander wears a very broad smile
on account of a lady boarder who ar
rived at hit home early Saturday morn
f : . 1 ft r -
mine siary r, bssjbsj me: wilb quite sn
accident last week. While playing abe
ren rrom a log, catting a terrible ga-h in
her cheek iut below tbe ey.
The ftell Klvgrr-
A large, appreciative and highly
pleAaed Audience greeted tbe RovaJ HAnd
Bell Ringer, a, the cloalng entertainment
oi the atrie giren under the auspices of
the First M E church, at Harper's the
'.re last night. Tbe performer appeared
ia English court costumes of tbe Fif
teenth century, and were introduced by
Manager Miller, who interspersed the
musical features witb humorous remsrks
And comments tbst added no little orig
inAlity And merriment to tbe entertain
ment Th; music of tbe bells was rich.
harmonious, and the artists manifested
admirable precision and skill. Tbe bells
almost spoke their merry joy, while sev
eral vocal selections gave a happy variety
to the exercises. The bell ringers were
crowning clfa.x for tbe brilliant
course that the first M. E church has
giren to tbe public.
The M. it dine at llwtaw.
There was a happy wedding nartv of
the relatives and friend to assemble at
the home of Mr Wm. fckntai Wednea,
ly, when the ceremony wtnah mde hi
oaugt.ter. Mtas Margaret, the happy
ori'ie oi tapt Marrv UaaTBAmlav. of A
oany. wa witnesaeU. After Ibe cere
mony choice refreshment were served,
and the evening was spent in s memor
able And enjoyable manner. MiatZmgg
bts been one of tbe moat charming young
ladies of tbe city since entering society.
and has tron a warm place in the hearts
as all by ber pleasing manner, lady-like
bearing and tbeerful smile to ail, and
bappy indeed should Mr Hugunin be In
winning ber love and hand. The young
couple will leave for Rock Island where
tbey make their future Lome, as tbe cap
tain I on one of the eie&mers running
north from that city Clinton A'nr
lim t araiiaiaa-w.
' Kitate of John McCeever Will
admitted to probate. Letters testamen
tary issued to Ann McKeever Bond
wsived by will.
Estate of John Hofer. Will admitted
Estate of Michsel Magrum. Adminis
trator's report filed and appro veil
LICBNSBD TO WBD.
14 August Bamanson, Miss M John
10 Edwin 8 Macey. Gertrude V Peter
son. Rock Island, Deli William. Cam
bridge, Gertrude Nowers. Atkinson.
17 Henry Slefken, Coe. Annie E Bie
brandf. Erie. Andrew Greer. Mary Irwin,
18 John Kadcliffe, Itocanna Payne,
20- Zachariah Cook. Ella D Callahan.
Ts Marvoa Men
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LOCAL SOI ICES.
Tbe Crown dining b ill, Xo. 1706 Sec
ond avenue, ia now rea iy to furnish you
the beat meal in the ejtj for SS cents,
150,000 to loaa on r al estate security,
in rants of f800 aad n twerd. at lowest
current rates of intern t. without com
mission. E. W. Htrst, Attomer at
law, Rock lalaad.
Bertl. ft lakes ek Swattst.
Kb, 1714 Second event e. Special alien
tion paid to saving the natural teeth and
inserting teeth without plates
arvry sa I aad
Tboae who are req ti i -ed to give bonds
ia positions of trutt, at d who desire tc
avoid aaking frieads to become tbeir
sure lira, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further ct ligations as bond
an, should apply to the agent of tbe
American Surety Co.. if "e w York
Ed Libs bkhbcbt.
General Ins trance Agent,
lock Island, Hi.
Tbe czar ot Russia has issued an ssJh
which abolishes the G -man court theatre
of St. Petersburg Miy 1 A Fretcb
company is to replace tbe German.
A man who has prat ij ed med cir.e f"r
forty years ought to kiow salt from su
gar. Read what be ears:
Toi.bdo. O . Jan Ml 118?.
Messrs. F J. Cheney A Ci Gentle
men: I have been in tie general pracin t
of medicine for mot forty ye.r. and
would aay that in all n y practice and ex
perience have never iren a preparation
that I could preecrihe vith aa much con
fidence of success as I -an Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured bt you Have pre
Brritvd it a great man, times sad its ef
fect is wonderful, and would say in con
clusion that I have yet to find a case of
catarrh tbst ii would not cure, if thev
would take it afcordin; to direction.
L L Gt much. M I) .
.MBce. 215 Summit St.
We will give 9UX for any cae of
Catarrh that rtnt.it N-curel with Hall's
Catarrh Cure Taken internally
l. t. CbesbtA Co., Prop , TOkdo, O.
Sold by druggiu. 75s.
Queen Victoria red nil y ordered ber
baker to make her aa American apple pi?.
A DTI OA TO I UTBSRA
Are you disturbed a I night and brokea
of your rest by a sick h;ld suffering and
crying with pain of cu:t:ng teeth? If so,
send at once and get t bottle of Mrs.
Win alow' Sooth injr Snip for children
teething. Its value is incalculable.
It will relieve the poot little sufferer im
nediately. Depend upon it mothers,
there ia no mistake aVut it. It cures
dysentery, diarrhoea egulates tiie stom
ach and howela, cure wind colic, soft
ens tbe guts, reduces inflammation and
give tone and energy to the whole sys
tem Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrtif
for Children Ttcthinf L pleasant to" tht
taste. And is the presc-iption of one of
the oldest and best fee. aic nurses An. t pk
ticiAns in the Ubited utes, am! f. i
Saie by ') druggi i through' -ul ti t
world Pric 2 cent t tier kfltsia.
When a prohibiil inisi g.x t
pa nt tbe town be doei it in water coiora.
1st C tady
if you will, hut be su-e to ue "ngndofti
right away, in order 1 1 carry off it, injur
ious effecw upon th teeth All ctndj
eaters should carry BawMataN with tbem,
if tbey wish to keep tbeir teeth aound
Complexion powde- i? an absolute ne
cessity of the refined t ilet in this climate
Porxoni's combines every element of
beauty and purity
Wait for the beebiv--.
AmeDding an Crdinance euti
tled "An Ordinance to an
tborize the Mcline and Rock
Island Horse Railroad Com
pany toextenc , constrnci, op
rate and mai itain its line of
Street Railway on Nineteenth,
Fifteenth and Ninth streets
and on Fourth avenue in the
city of Rock Island and to
connect and oierate the earn-
in connection with its own
and other Stn-et Railways "
Bt it Ordalntd 6, IK CUl f'ovnrU of tht city of
9BOTV 1. That an Ordinate entitled -an
Ordlnaoo to authorize tte Molise and Rocs: Vi
and Horse Railroad C'ompt nyto extend, cooatroc'.
olierate and maintain ' ne of street railwar on
meteenih. Kirteeiith ar Ninth streets and on
Focrth avenue in the city jf Rock Wland and to
connect and operate ibe we In connection with
it own ana otner street nilwat. pas'ed Feb
raary Id. 1H90. ba and is tertby amended tn the
By striking ont tbe worl "a well aa an
rip tit to constrnci a act-on-, track on Fifth urncr
between Nineteenth and ' wenty -first street" In
section 9 of aaid ordinal. . and inserting Instead
Prortdrit. Tbat the rimt rt anted to the Vnion
stree' Kail war Comuany to bnild a second track
'or switches In add it lot to its present ingle
'track h i not be exercl ed on Fifth av noe he
'tween Nineteenth and Twenty first street so
'long as the Molina Central Railway Company
'ha right to bnild and aerate a track on safcl
avenue, it being express y understood that the
traea constructed under the ordinances of the
Vnion Street Railway Co a pan r aad ibe track of
'aid above named Street Railway Company shall
be used and maintainci on said avenue aa a
'doable track railway ii rase the bnaiaesa of
-tor romianr rfri. v,.r ajaaaas a :..r,,.-
"track or a iwltcb on sale avenue. In which case
"the switches and fr.ei r ornred shall be r.nt In
"and maintained at the ju nt expense of both atd
it ) Bt add-ne to said ordinance the follr.w.
-tr ll. In all case ahen any team or ve
hlcle shall meet a car a nn eilbtr of tne rail-
'way upon tne trcct cf said city, aorb team
"or vehicle shall ive waj to each car, nor ahaii
'any person wilfully or B alirlously obstruct. Mr
der r,r interfere wHh an; of aaid railway utr. bv
"placing any stones, dirt . r other ol-at-cle. on aaid
"company t acka. or by placing, driving or top
"pinK. or causing to be pi xod or driven at a slow
"pace, or etoppea any tea n, vehicle or oiher ob
"stacle ID. npoa, across, one or near the track
or aic railways, or el'.he-of them in said city.
iter oeioa uoiiueu wy ue raving: ot tne car well,
and no person shall seixi , hang upon or gel upon
any car of aaid rotor. an v or attcmnt so to do.
' except a a paeenger, f r fare or lib a pass, or
nt.ien m any car or aai. company any alelgn
'led or other vehicle, or ttempt auto do: who
ever aball wilfully violal : anv of tbe nrovi.ior,.
"of this aectioB shall forfi it to tae city of Rock
"IsUnd the sum of not le- than rive dollars, rnr
"more than Twenty-five d illar for every offense,
"to be roller ted as other f oe and forfi iture uue
"the aaid city of Rock lab ad."
Passed March ITIta. 18B0
Approve 1 :
W 4. McCUNOCniK.
Attest : Robert KoCblx , Msror
taaail l;v Clerk.
By virtue of s sneelsl eiacutton and fee hill Nn
2t)7 issued oct of the clerCs office of the county
court of Koca Island cooi ty. and state of Illlnol.
and to roe directed, wben by I am commanded to
make tbe aaaonnt of in -tain judgment r- centlt
obtained against Clarissa 0. Bones, adminietra
trix of the estate of John llooee. deceased In favor
of John Peetr. admlnls rator of tne estate of
Bailey Davenport, dec. asec oulof the lands,
tenementa, good and cbi tiels of tbe said defond
aat, Clarissa C Bopas, acmlcietratrlx of the es
tate of John Bopea, dece ted. 1 nave levied upon
iue loiiotsinc property, to wit:
One OrrefboTe six vei ra old. one hav home
twelve year old. one brln lie row six vears old.
one black and wi.lte cow t ix year old, 1 two year
oto "uii. uuc reouw ww i uree rears oiu, one nnn
dred and fifty (160) boabe of oala. sixtv iflll. tons
of bsy, on MrC'ormick s If binder, one Empire
mower, two farm wagon on suriajr wavon. owe
bay rake, one set bob sled a, two seta double har
neaa. one el single barn aa. two atubble plow,
and two cultivator.
Therefore, accoi ding to aaid command. I aha!!
expo for sale, at pab.k auction, all tbe rlbt,
title and interest of Um above named Clariasa
9 "VW- admin tatratrl', tte . tn and the above
dewtribed property, oa ' 'uedy the 1st day of
April. 18W, at 10 o'clock m on the farm of
Bailey Davaaatast. aaar M ill creek. oni mile I
of Milan. In the county of Rock Island and state of
Illinoia. for cash In hand, o satisfy aaid execution
and fee bill.
Dated at Hack Island, t Sis 20th dav of March
A, D.. 1880 T. S. SIX VIS,
tthertff of Kock I lacd rouutr. IUIboI,.
KING OF COOOAu." dovai ennn a ctrTnov " I
' - -waw wawaaraw a m B Baa ST Waw tv-asv sT" 1 g1 ar B a
Kings are but men, bat all men are not kings. Therefore,
wAri the King of Holland says, as he did by deed of August
ia, 1889, that he is greatly pleased with
Van Houtens Cocoa,
"BEST A GOES FARTHEST,-
and, entirely unsolicited, grants the manufacturers the sole
right of styling their works the Royal Cocoa Factory, a sig
nificance attaches to the act which would not were he
not "every inch a king."
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Paris Exposition, 18S9 I
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j"mriit o : Kl.ra'or. How in operation at
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Pa: pnttixn life and limb: for fall pnrtieu!ar
; l ! K.'BT J. WAt.AEK. InrrBtur
WANTSII IKT-4 LASS MaATBUM
sataaaaea al onre for Itl i not ard low a. D.
h I A v t.'i at.J X& Dearbora ' hi-
ao, 11:. feb-tT
WANTKII-AKKI.IABI.KPKKM.IN IN Ku. K
..and and ttrj town ia tbic locality lo di
tr hi:t. crtnlar. : for partlcalar oeml reference
Atd v3dr---. T. X. Crowley, AM Main bt , Ter.e
in ::. : .
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.:- The liieter.th.otl Co, 86 West Wah
:r,cton M . . a-o I. .
J. M. BEAUDSLET,
tTTOKNF.Y AT LAW Office with T. T. Ken
Aworthy. ITS second Arenaa.
WILLIAM JA( KM,
ITTORSET AT LAW. Office In Rock Inland
L National Bank Building. Kock Island. III.
C. I WaLKKS.
SWkENET A WALKER.
ATTNIRNEYS ASH COVNSELLORS AT LAW
Office it. Bengstou' block, Kock lalaad. III.
McE. IKY 4 MrEMBl,
ATT RNRY S AT LAW Loan non.11 or, rood
security, make collectioa. Kefarencc. Mitch
ell a Lynde. banker,, office ia Potoflica block.
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IR. J. 0. KITHEKIOKU, V. B.
a. r v a
'KaD 'ATE OP THE ONTARIO VRTERXA
Uri college member of the Vetemary Medical
Aeaociatioo. treat, all diteas of the domestics
ted animals. Calls promptly art ended to. office
at W. P T.ndall'a iivety barn; residence. Rock
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WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms SB, XT. 2S and SB,
Tak. Elevator. DAVFNPOhT, I A.
W. A GUTHRIE,
. S accessor to Ualhric A Collin I
Plan, and estimate, furnished. A specialty
made r f fine work. All ..r-ler- attended lo '
promptly and arl.factvn enaranteed
l"ofr,ce and alwp No. lSl-j Third avenue.
FirLiorsvFsa. sick hf.uachk
Bl.tr.T "I l.N. I.HTR IjrDIGF.STlOM
DVl'U-MA, COMi'LAIST, JAIMJL
BT VSIXG THE GKNVIVE
PEI1PAE.ED OXLT PT
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pt.
aTavBew re of Col's Tzatxrrs made la 9t Loaia.-aa
The flist coal shipped into this market
from Mercer rounty waa from the mine
of K. B. EMis in the fall of 1878. and
henct Riven tbe name it still bears. It is
well known to lie the best sold in tbe
market, and olber merchants have adop
ted tbe same name and offering an in
ferior article for tbe genuine. Don't be
deceived, bat buy tbe genuine celebrated
Mercer county coal of T. H. Ellis, on
Second avenue, opposite 8l. Joseph's
Church. The office has not been removed,
but Is there still, and is tbe only place in
tbe market selling tbe old and genuine
article. Teh-panne H36.
a wis ran.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wbole-al Dealers and I reporter of
Wines and Liprs,
i removed to new qnirler,)
Nob. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Imimrt- Hillufrt lranyprtn j U ihe Jrln. Be
H moTf ail im r, Irti-kle aaxi Uim urufuocisv For
Jaie ty a.! lit s-ftasMi dnisfffl-U or ravik-l lor 6m eta.
.a I ks r K ltn a. o previous expe
rience required. Write for term. I.. O.
II RlOtt eV ta., ataOavaaa
Promptly aad neatly executed by tae 4aaoa Jo
attention paid U OasaaMfClal wotk
3 CWAND POIZES,
Nolle l hrrehy eiren that on 'foe-day the .rt
day of aprU. A. ll. lean, la the city of Kock
land, aa ah etion will tc held tor ih- fol!..w'af
Beer, to-wli :
t itt rr: y .
One Alitemin in the Mrt ward t. lao j. -r
One Alderman in the I as d wr.l for two y-ar.
One Aidrrman in the Tt.-.rd war 'or two year.
he Alderman In the Fonrth ward for two leara.
One Aklrrman in the Fif.h ward for two jeara
One A dei man tn the hivh w.ni for two saasa,
Ore . Merman in X'. e S.er:Ui w.rl for two
One I nperr-or f..r one year
Foor Aetittaat SaervtMr for on- ear.
He A--. . r f r r,t .r
in Coilector for oce year.
TbrM Contabie to fill racaneie fo the nnea
pired term of foar year.
Which election will be opened a' o'clock In
the morniiur aad cnfittnae open antil T o'clock In
, the afternoon of that day.
cry and Town clerk.
Da ed Ihi th day of March. 1SI.
STATB, OF lLUNolS I
Rnca laBjAaa t'ocarr. f
In the Circuit Court of said couutv la tbe January
Catherine Mo. re, Samn.-l W. Uacafat, M V.
Rlctiarda. Hars Lage. M W. W.xtdford. L. 1.
Brngtston. Bnrton Mal.-olnj. June F. Mont
gomery. Martha Thomas. .i!,e Corya,
Desire Coryn aid Mary i. Macbeth.
W. B Bmfle'.d. Renben Well-. The T'nknown
tleirs-at-law of Joel Well-, deceased. Dennis
Warren. William A. Nourse, Laura A. kTaatWB,
Jane W. W. athertiead. Elir. Babcnck. Eunice
L. Mill. Locia J. Bryant and otoneite Henry
Affldavit of the non-re.tdrnet. of the sa'd W. B.
BnrftVld. Reuhc-n Weils and L niaaj. Bryant, and
that the heir at law of Joel Well-, deceased, are
uaknowrn and made parties aa the unknown heir
at law of Joel Weil, deceased, having been ttad
in the Clark's office of the circuit court of Ko k
Island coanty. state of Illinois, notice is therefore
bare by given to the sad non-rt .klent litfeodants.
and anknown heir of Jo. I Well-. d cease.!.
mat ine rompiamau.s Bled tbeir h.ll of romp atut.
in saia own . n ine enanct-ry .! tliire-.r t, the
TTIh day of Xovema.-r, i-tai. and tha: thereupon
summons issued out of aa d c.mrt, Bhanwat raid
sa:t is i ow pending, returnable on ihe first Mon
day It the month of January next, as is by law
Now. unless yon. the said t!wi-reident defen
dants above named, and tbe unknown h treat law
of Joel Wells, deceased, shail personally be and
appear before said rlrru.t coort on the first dy
of ibe next May term thereof, to be holder at R..ck
Island in and for aaid courtv. on the first Mon
day in May next, and . plead, ai swer or de
auur to the said complainant's bill of complaint
aad tbe same and tne matters and thing- there
in charged and Mated will be taken a con
fesaed. aad a decree entered against you accord
ice to the prayer of aaid bill.
Rock Island, 111 . December. ltt-0.
UKO W. UAMHLK.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
W. R Moon, aWDGt'TKR A-wiemt, Solicitor
tor i ouiiiatnat.ta.
STATE OF ll.LIXnis. i
In tbe Circuit Court, to tbe May Term lssa)
Ida W. Lcndy vs William II . Lundr In Chancery
Affidavit of nor.-re.idenre of W:l!:am II Laa
dy. the above defendant, having beea filed in the
clerk's office of the Circuit court of said county.
notice i. tnerero-.. nereby given to tbe satd non
reident def. ndant that the complainant filed hr
bill of comi laiol in said court, on the chancery
eiue wiereoi.on iue nieventa cur or warrn. RWBL
aad that thereupon a sunmoas :s-ued out of stld
eoaru wherein aaid suit is now pending retnrna-
oie on tne nrei aonnj in toe month of May nexi,
as i by law required.
Now. BBBBBB you. the said non resident defew-
dtnt abi'tve named. William H. Lundv. .ball r
sonally he and appear before SSSd CtrcwM Court.
cd tne arst cay of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island in and for the ta d county,
on tbe first Monday in Mav next, and nlead.
BBSBSBf or demur to the id coroplainai l - h.
complaint, taw same and the matters and thi
therein charged and stated will he taken as con
feaaed. and a decree entered against jou accord
iaa to the prayer of said hill.
UEoRliE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Bock Island. 111.. March llth. :80.
Jacasoa a Utntsr. Corapt'a Sol'a.
DMIXISTBATor. 8 NOTICE.
Estate of Alios F. Webber, deceased.
Tile underaijrned having been appointed admin
istrator of the eetate of Alice K. Webher. late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby fives notice that be will appear
before the rountv court of Rock Island county, at
the oiBce of the clerk of said court, in the citv of
Bock Island, at the May torm. on the first
Monday tn May aext, at which time all
persona having claim, against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend for tbe purpose of
having the same adjusted. AH pervm indebted
to said etate are requested to make immediate
payment to the nnderslKned.
Dated thi 3Mb day of February, A. D. 1980.
T A. MI KFHV.
fet 2T-.1 Iw Administrator.
F. H. KtaaJBa, Prvwt.
8. F. Sxi m, loft-IV'r.
H Ilr! See'y.
i. KlOl.ee aSaaa
THE da i;npoet
SAFETY DEP08rr GO.
FIKST NATIONAL. HANK HL II.IIN,,
DAVENPORT, - - IOWA.
Perfect proter-tl.in ;i..u..I l.urliirs. tVi-ve.
aad fire 1th Ht Fi.-.- mid ItiirtUr rronf
Vaults and Kales. N now prepare to r.-Tit
Sales in iu Vaults, with .uti. r t-jnibiuati..ii ..i
key locks. The hn-ks of the- safrt are all
different, and under the control of the r-tilrr
Kaeli vife eoiiUiiiH a tut Ian in w hich i pi i. .
valuables Just su h iu---iumHtutjuiis as are
wanted hy Admini-tniior-, Kxeeutors. (iiiarfl
laaa, 4'npltallst.. Married or single Women
K.u in. r-. Met liani. -. Truw-lln ' ., ,,,
Strangers, havuig v.-iluahi.-.. JVivale retiring
room fer the examiii.ition of pur-is, ele
Safe-, in all size, ranging Inpri.e, pi r annum!
from Three Hollars up to Thirty IML-irs.
cording to size and V ant ion. Also, Wongc
Room Tor psp kagt-s, tx.v. or Iruuka. If you
are going to travel, tht Itt thf only ilee of ah
aolute safety in Hie three; cities for your silver
and other valuables. Cliai a reasonatde
Call and see our Vaults, whether you desire a
Safe or not.
M. J. BOH LPS. Qwawassat,
HA8 PDRCRA8ED THK
and has removed tn
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
Wilt- solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor sod aa many new
customers as wish to favor him witb
FURNITURE -FREE OF
era. on all CASH ordt re during our 30
DAVS' SPECIAL PRIOS SALS.
COE- WASH. 3d AVE. 8
From years' experience in Hot
pltal sad Private practice to rWBBIed
to guarantee radical tare la Chronic
or po eoooaa dieeaees of the blood,
throat, so e, fkin. kidneys, bladder
aad kindred organs. Oravel and .trie
tare cared wiu.ut pats or crttting
Those who conte . plate going wi
Bot Spriaa for tbe treatment of any
private or blood diseases can be eared
for one-third the cost.
I AniPQ Bj Ihi treatseat a
lMLICO lovely compJexioo, free
frwat sallow new. freckles, era ; tion.
etc., brilliant ei es and perfect health
can he bad. f7 Itiat - tired feel
ing" and all female weakness prompt
ly cured. Bioatisg, headaches. Str
vou Prostration, and Sleepleaaaeaa.
Drams troublt. Inflammation and ricera-.ion.
Falling nd displacements. Spinal weakness aad
Caaswe of Life. Consult the old doctor.
NFRnil? Physical and Organic nil
LnVUUO. nesa. premature decay, e-rit
foreboding, self-di.trasi, impaired memory, pal
p ration of the heart, pimples oa the face, eptck
before the KVB, r.ngiu. ia the ear. ra-arrh.
threatened consumption and every di-quahfic
tion that render marriage improper ard unhappy
SPKKDILTand PERMANENTLY ccrea.
BLOOD AND SKIN
horrible la It reealt eompieu-ly eradicated
without the use of merenri 8crofa!a. Krysipe
1 Fever So . Blotches. Pin pes. I'lcer. pain
in the Head and Bones. Syphi'tlr Mre Throat and
Tongtie, Ulandnlar enlargement of the Neck,
B han autism, etc., cored wb- n other hare failed.
RUPTURE ?t&iZ0' hu,d-
URINARY Br"Recently coatrartad or
i A 1 1 v M n I . ebrooie disea POSITIVELY
cured in S to H dsys hy a local remedy. So nan
eewas drags aaad. Medicines mailed or express
ed to any address free from observation. Char
ges f sir Terms Cash. Book and qneettoo list
IV. A fri. ndljr talk cost nothing.
HoVRs: 10 a. m to It m.,t to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Sunday : to p m
Wash, Av. S. MURHEAPOLIS. MIHH
Dr. S. E.
(Late or Cincinnati. Ofaio.l
Has Permanently Lorat-d in
Being a graduate of two of the bet Medical col
lege in tbe east, together with an exten-ive
Hospital practice of -ix arc, he Is well
qualified to treat the most difficult dis
eases. Hi specialties are :
Female, Lnng, Private- and
Loss of Manhood, or fce-minal
Weakness, and Errors of
Posiiive'y aad permanently rnrtd.
The Doctor will be elad to ee all those who are
airt d whether they intend taking btwataaawt or
ui. ftTweaanway no cse tasen mat cannot oe
cured. Cases aucces-fully treated by correts.on
uenre. .rrespondenre accompar led by tc
in stamps promptl) answered
I. mce-McCullongh' New Flock.
W. Third Street, near Mair,
DAV EN Pt HIT. IA.
Dr. Unn Dyk s
IF NOT, TRY IT.
BARTZ 4 UBRBL IVkmk km
HARTZ A BAMN8EN,
Wholesale AeentR. Rock IUid.
S. R. OLODGH,
The best of averrthinc alwivs on hand at the
most reasonable price.
WHITE OR BLACK HEARSE.
1805 Second Ave., Rock Island.
r CLOCOH, Manager.
A nice slece of land in Cordova townrinp beine
the west half of the soaakeast quarter of section
nine tn township twenty north ranire, two east.
to? . iiliools. The .o Unci
ajttl ba sold ehaaa aad on easy terms. For par
Ucalara aaeolre of or address
iansnJfwl PARMSlTTKR, AU'y at Law,
jaaW-dw. Bock Ulaad, IU,
tm ACQU ArJTTED MfTTH TBE OCOOBAFRT OF THE CLll'l f T, WHX OFT AIM
MTJOH TAL0ASL3 TJrrORatATIOV FHOBf A BTDTJT OF THIS MAP OT
THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Including- main lines, branches and extensions Zaat and West of tte
aflssouii Htver. Tne Direct Route to and from Chicago, Jotlet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle. MoUne, Rock Island, in ILLINOIS Davenport, atuscaUne.
Ottumwa, Osksaoossv, Des Moines, Winterset. Aud-bonjHar.an.and Council
Bluffs, In IOWA Minneapolis and St. Paul, in MIN Nr-SOT A Water-to -wn
and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA Cameron, St. Joseph, and Kansas City, in
Spnng-B, Denver, Pueblo, in COLORADO. FREE Reclining- Chair Cars to
and from Cnica?o, Cald-arell, Hutcninson, and Docile City, and Palace Sleep
ing Cars between Chiceig-o, Wicaita, and Hutcbinscn. Traverses new and
vast areas of rich farming- and graring- lands, affording- the best facilities
of intercommunication to all towns and cities east and west, northvrest
and southwest of Cnicago. and Pacific and transoceanic Seaports.
MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS,
Leading- all competitors is splendor of equipment, cool, well ventilated, and
free from dust. Tnrough Coaches, Pullman Sleepers, FREE Reciinine?
Chair Cars, and .east of Missouri River) Dining- Cars DailT between Chica-o.
Des Moines, Council Bluffs, and Omaha, with Free Recaning Chair Car tc
North Platto, Neb., sod beiwsea Chicago and Colorado Springs, Denver,
and Pueblo, via St. Joseph, or Kansas Citr and Topefca. Splendid Dining
Hotels (furnishing- meals at seasonable hours, west of Missouri River.
California Excursions daily, with CHOICE OF ROUTES to and from Salt
Lake, Ogden, Portland, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The DIRECT
LINE to and from Pi Ice's Peak, Manitou, Garden of the Gcds, the Sanitari
ums, and Scenic Grandeurs of Colorado.
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE,
Solid Express Trains daily between Chicago and Minneapolis and St- Paul
with THROUGH Reclining Chair Cars i"FREE) to and from those points and
Kansas City. Through Chair Car ana Sleeper between Peoria, Spirit Lake,
and Sioux Falls, via Rock Isiand. The Favorite Line to Pipestcne, Water
town, Sioux Falls, and the Summer Resorts and Hunting and Fishing
Grounds of the Northwest
THE SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers faculties to
travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and Si. Paul.
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired infor-natiort, enpiy to any Ticket
Office in the United States or Canada, or ueldresb
E. ST. JOHN.
No 1808 Second avenue,
-New and fully cqr.ippeil N. w fumishines throughout. U "11 compete
with any. Send for circular.
TrmoN: Pour months, f t'5: Six months. 35; Nine moot!, $50
Addree 0. W. FENN. R -ck aland, Dfe.
Uas opened his New and Spacious
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenue
where he wnuld oe pleased to tee his
All kind- of drinks as Wri a. Al anil Torlor
onlr place to ihe city whe e yoo can get it.
: I E RCH A X T TA I LOI,:
CieaniDg and repairing done neatly
Office and Shop No.
Plans drawn and estimates furnished.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
H. D. FOLSOM,
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No. 1707 Second avenue, Kock Island.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kind of CUT FLOWERS constantly on hand.
One Block North of Central Park.
The laraast in Iowa.
CHICAGO. ILL.. Oen l Ticket rasa Agent.
DAVIS & CO.,
. steam Fitters.
A cr-Taj:!ete stnek of
Pi. Rias Goods, Packing,
H se. Fire Brick. Etc
Sole Agent r..r
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
Ws larsrtt svsry o e ;rfrt. a rv! will send Cap.
TVco-j- day' trial, tc rt-spociiMe partir
Safely Healins; Boilers and Cnlractors foi
furnisbing and tajtaff Water, and
:T12 First Ava .
H fk Island. Illinois
Telephone !143. Rtsider ee lek-(hooe 100.
Rick Island, III
si.. iritf w..I! ktuiwn " ....
Buford'a Hlock, Second ave . Rock Inland.
309 Eighteenth street.
FLOWS R STOKE.
408 Brady Street