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THE ROOK ISLAND AUGUS, THUliSD A Y , MAltCII 27. 1890.
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A tSACRED SPOT.
Home of the Father of the Declara
tion of Freedom.
AlMk lalaawer's OkMrrnretAWtt
Jeffrraaa'a Ttrsiaia Plaatatloa
Oirn the ntatvrie stite Today.
Kichmosd. Vs., March 25 It struck
me very forcibly while standing in the
room where Jefferson drafted the Declar
ation of Independence on Monticello
mountain that he moat have drawn in
apiratioa from bis surroundings; for this
seems to me to be one of the loveliest
spots on earth with the Blue Rtdg-e in
the distance and the city of Cb&rlotta
ville and the university ot Virginia in he
foreground, with well kept plantation
dotted an over the valley of the Rivanna
river, which make up the moat magotfl
cent pictures my eye ever rested upon.
The mansion is located on a spur of
the Blue KiJge raoire of moantainson
the outmost point, and is about 1,500
feet above the surrounding plain, and on
the top is about five acres where the
mansion stands that is a level green
lawn. The mansion is built of brick in
the form of a Greek cross, and the wet
end is a oil-circle with a dome on the
top and a colnad on the east ridge.
Under the rede tizz is a large clrx:k.
ana a curious contrivance for showing
the d.rrction cf the wind. On the south
side are the s.-rvsnls' oisrlers, and the
kitchen is connected with the mansion bv
an underground passage which eitend.
through the hons. and connects with an
other underground passage on the east
aide where the horses and carriages were
formerly kept, and the coachman's quar
ters were formerly on this range. 1 bese
quarter on both sides are at ricrht angles
from the mansion about one hundred
The plantation of Jefferson formerly
extended from the Blue Ridge on the
north to the plantation of ex President
Madison on the s-uth and comprised
twentysseven thousand acres. It Is no
owned by a New York Jew named Jeffer-
'n M. Levy, and only contains four
hundred acres with the mansion and
tomb. The tomb his an iron fence
around it, and there are several others
buried in the same enclosure. The mon
ument is a plain granite shaft resting on
a square base. The shaft is about twenty
feet in height and about four feet square
at the base. On the west side is the fol
H'-re Lies Bnried
Aathovnf the Declaration of Indepeidenre nf the
msimsor lrgjnts For Keliglous K-mlnm,
The University of Vinrtnla.
burn. April J, 1743. o. H.
Died, Jnly 4th, I'M.
There is now a large cotton factory on
the old plantation located on the Rivanna
river near the western end of my work
uboat a mile from the mansion.
Geo. F. Dowjtks
free Caseation for lrl.
A most praiseworthy movement is shout
to be set on foot by the Ladie$' Ilnnt
Journal, of Philadelphia. It proposes to
give to any young girl of sixteen years or
over who will send to it, between now
and January 1, 161, the largest number
or yearly subscribers to the Journal.
complete education at Ws r College or
any otner American college she may
select. The education offered includes
every branch of study, with every -
nse paid, the Journal agreeing to edu
cate the girl irrespective of the time re
quired or the expense involved. To this
is also pinned a second offer which
guarantees to any girl of sixteen or over
who will secure l.UOO yearly subscribers
before January 1st. a full term of one
year at V assar or any other preferred col
lege, with all expenses paid, thus making
it possible for any number of young giils
to receive iree educations at the best col
leges. Any girl can enter into the com
petition, and any such can be tnorouely
posfed by simply writing to the Lnd,r$
Monte Journal at 435 Arch street, Phila
March 24 Geo Adelman to Lottie E
Stevens, lots Sand 6, block 1, Hmith's
C A Wbeelock to T M Sechler. lot 2.
block 0, Atkinmo 8 second ad, Moline,
B I Cobb to 8 M Ziegler. n. n. J. and
. set. B, 17, lw. 200.
Catherine Moore to Birlon Malcolm,
lot v. block a. Moore s second ad, Moline,
A 8 Sturdivant to J A Gust, indefinite
part 86, 19, le, 400.
W S Crawford to Mary E Crawford,
pert lots 1 and 2, block 53, Watertown,
LSimonsonby Msster to John Simon
son, out lots 88 and 51. 25, 1, le, Port
28 Estate of John Dickson. Claims
allowed. Administrator's account cur
rent filed and approved.
Estate of Margsret Donatioe. Letters
of administration upon proof of non resi
dence of Redmond Donatioe, admlnistra
tor, revoked. Letters of administration
de bonis non issued to Adair Pleasants.
Bond filed and approved. Petition by
administrator de bonis non to si ll real
estate to pay debts tiled.
County Collector Schafer is in receipt
of the collectors' returns from the res
tnalnder of the outside townnlilp9 as fol
lows: Black Hawk Herman J. lluyett. col
lector; charged. 8,285.10; collected.
$5,188.75; delinquent, $8, 140.35; com-,
mission, $102.77; due, $5,035 98.
South Rock Island George Hcherer,
Jr., collector; charged, $5,730.58; col
lected, 3.071.43; delinquent, $2 005.16;
commission, $01.43; due, $3,009 99.
Cordova Thomas Ksrr, collector;
charged. 5.605 73; collected. $4,155 04;
delinquent, $1,450.09; commission, 83.
10; due, 4,071.94.
South Moline James B. Seybert, col
lector; charged, $9,821.01; collected,
7,553.82; delinquent, $2,207.19; com
mission. $161.08; due. $7,402.74.
Some time last week a party named
Hulett, living across the river, traded
horses with a Davenport man. Becoming
dissatisfied with his bargain be brought
the horse back, and as be failed to strike
a sitlsfactory arrangement with the other
fellow be tied the horse in an alley and
left It. This was last Friday at noon.
The poor beast remained f astcued to the
post without food or water until Saturday
night at 9 o'clock, when Chief Kessler
discovered Its condltiuii and had It taken
to the station. lie filed information
gainst Ilulett for cruelty to animals. In
the meantime the horse has become the
ubject of a civil suit, and Flulott Is held
until after its termination in the mm of
50 to answer to the charge of cruelty.
The chief awaits the outcome with Ims
patience, aa no provision has been made
for an equine house of detention, and he
wishes to be rid of the horse. Daven
They say these pretty new traveling
satchels provide every thing a tourist
could want, but thoughtful people con
alder them very Incomplete, inasmuch as
there is no space allowed for a bottle of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. I
Joslht, March 29.
We are a favored people recanse we
live in a favored country. Among the
natural advantages of 2fonfc America are:
It lies mainly in the temperate zone: it
has not, like other grand divisions, im
passable mountain barriers or deserts; it
possesses a vast area ot fertile soil, and
is rich in the most valuable metals and
minerals; it has numerous navigable
rivers and lakes and fine harbors, which
afford excellent facilities for commerce.
Being thus favorably located with a fer
tile soil, we are enabled to raise more
grain than we can consume therefore.
we export large quantities to Eoolsocf.
South America, West Indies and other
places. We bave a large belt of country
that is very well adapted to the raising
of all kinds of fruits; we have anv
amount of coal which lies nearer to the
surface than in most other countries, and
bave all the iron ot we require. No
other nation can compete with us in rais
ing orn and cotton. riow, then, with
all these natural advantages and others
not mentioned, bave we not enough to
keep us busy without taxing and f.m
poverUbitg the farmers of the country
for the purpose of enriching and enabl
ing a comparative few manufacturer to
manufacture certain articles that can be
get at less cost elsewhere? And will snv
protection iot rise and explain why, while
we are doing lbi, we are sell ng the
greater portion of our cotton to England
instrsd of manufacturing it ou'telve?
Let any protectionist name one indus ry
that has been started and fostered by a
protective tariff, and we will name half
a dozen whose success and prosperity
have been interfered with in conse
quence. In the "Science of Politics" by Walter
Thomas Mills, A. M. editor of the
Statemnn, we read the following: "Most
of the city governments of our country
are corrupt many on the very verge of
bankruptcy. The character of the ad
ministration of affairs, and the exorbi
tant nature of the tax roll make us al
ready a nation of tribute payers to the
file Lers of the political purse. The mar
kets are dragged with the products of
labor, while the laborer is both unfed and
unemployed . Justice is administered on
a pUn which mkes email collections
cost more tnan ttey are wortn, puts a
premium on litigations and offers a pub
lic prize for a private quarrel. Crime is
on the increase at a terrible rate, mlul
convictions for crime are less frequent.
and punishment is less speedy and cer
tain. Of the l.ear; murderers of 1883
one in seven was convicted. Of the
3.877 murderers of 1884, only one in
thirty-two was convicted. Thus the au
thorities established to protect society
have become the protectors of its ene
mles." Truly, what shall we do to te
saved? Multcm in Parvo
Coal Valley. Ma-ch 26
m. Hmilh, tq , of Cambridge, but
formerly of Orion, was here yesterday
The town auditors met yrs'erdny nd
went through the usual routine of .u-i
Byand Martin, ot Ironlown.
brother to Dr. L. Martin, vts in
In m week on a visit.
Mrs. Wm. Mrers i some Ix-tu-r.
son Frd. who came from St. Paul to cee
her returns Siturdsy.
notices nave been posted f..r two
caufu)e; one for the People' tonight,
and the other for the Citizens' on Stur
Mis Lizzie Connor has taken charge ol
a school near Aledo. Mercer county . She
is an excellent teacher, being s graduate
or tne uock tsiann high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Caughey. of Hor
ton, Kss.. arrived here todav. Thev
have been attending the marriage of their
nephew, John Weyerbauser, of Ro;k 1-1
The marriage of Zachariah Cook and
Miss Ella Callahan which took place in
Rock Wand last week wss so quietly
done that but few knew of the event till
it was past-. u it may their future be
Mr. II. Smith, our operator. leaves w
tomorrow to take charge of Cable sta
won. ir. a. nas been here almost two
years. He has been an efficient operator
ana personally one of the most obliging
or gentlemen that nas filled the position
l here are many regrets on account of
his departure. Samuel Montgomery
came Monday and will take Mr. Smith's
place, lie learned telegraphy here and
is well acquainted with the place and
doubtless will fill the position to the satis
faction of the company and the people.
Hillsdale. March 20.
h. 0. Bracker lost a valuable iiorss last
Mr. Guthrie, of Erie, called In our tow
Joe McConnell attended the horse sale
at Morrison Wednesday.
Stella Martin is improving slowly. Dr.
Bruner is attending her.
Good roads; but the cold and chilly
winds of March are very disagreeable.
II. C. Quick has been engaged to teach
the spring term of the Enterprise school.
The Busy Gleaners will hold their reg
ular meeting on Thursday evening, the
Mr, Whiteside, the enterprising mors
chant of Joslin, was through the country
selling farming implements Friday.
Miss Woodhurn returned home Satur
day, after a three weeks' visit to Cable.
She will start for Dakota next week.
There wafquite an exciting time at the
U. B. church Sabbath evening, from a
Are caused by a lamp which was not se
curely fastened, falling to the floor. Some
of the ladies were no badly frightened
that they were about to make their exit
through the window, but, however, they
gained presence of mind enough to divest
themselves of some of their wearing ap
parel and go to fighting the flames. which
were subdued before any serioiH damage
Cordova, March 25.
James V. Bailey spent Sunday at home.
W. 1. Webster was in Rock Island
Quite a number were taken in the M.
E. chuich on probation last Sunday.
The ferry boat has come out of winter
quarters and is making regular trips
Tuesday the men commenced work on
the new switch and will have it finished
in a few days.
Mr. Hall, of Denver, Col., spent a few
days of this week with his sister, Mrs.
Mr. Ed. Cool Is going to have a public
sale at bis home one mile east of town
next Monday. Mr. Cool intends to move
to town .
Rey. Colwell has a scries of Bible talks
every Tuesday night at the Baptist
church. The talks are interesting as well
George Coates nnd the mules were in
town tbe greater part of the week, giving
some of their open air concerts at differ
Mrs. Pepper and Mrs. IUlhburn after
several weeks visit in Chicago, came
home Tuesday night. Mra. Rathburn re
turned to her home in Plankinton, Dak.,
Thursday, after a two months' visit with
relatives here. - ;
No mirror ever yet threw back
A more repulsive light,
Than teeth that are decayed and black
dr one more pure and bright
Than rows of pearls, that all may vaunt
Who put their faith in Sozodont.
- "YCU ARE A DIRTY UAH
Cfcolm 1jmn9VaA kfu Oh! gtata
CoLtxsus, Ohio, March The Dayton
reorganization bill was np in tbe be use yes
terday. th discutsion thereon lead .ng to a
sensational ceoa. Representative Honett,
of Btarfc county, in the course of a speech.
remarked that politics in Dayton w ere cor
rupt. Belleville', who repreaecM one ot
the Dayton district, retorted sharj ly, inti
mating rather broadly that tbe gi ntleman
from Htark took boodle m the reet sena
The Man from Stark CeU H U
'"Yon are a dirty liar," roared Monett
es he jumped to his feet amid criai of "Or
Belleville abo arose and started toward
Monett. A fight on tbe floor was imminent,
bfn Mrveral members rame b-t wee l the an
gry statesmen and prevented the encounter.
The speaker then compelled thera to take
toi ir st-ata, threatening to call the tergeent-
1 he Prairie t ire In Kamtt.
Kakxas C'itv.Mo., March 'Jrt Dipab-hec
from those countie in Kania whi'-h were
Monday laU report th it tbe fir s ht.ve been
6utlo-d. Ho far a-has bwn ri-wu M not
unglH human life Las h-wi lo-t. Tne !
live stuc k a not vvrr beavv. t tit treat
quantities of farm projnne, iich a grain in
ore, hay, U- were destroy I. T'ie fota
brw is e-timiU-l at altwt ' . 11 K Tlu
growing wheat w reported to Lv e--arwl
all damage from the tire.
Interstate ( oniraUsion at ( hi
Chicago. March SI. t'ouinuwion
rUon and Veaiey, of the inU-rtate o.
commifation, heM a hort session at
rner Hoow yesterday. O.TieULs of '
bland, Burlinm aad Northwest
examined, and maintain! that fre
on o.rn, fr,T", anl fooa jroiurts
Chicago and "-tern points were
orbitant, lut that owing to com pet i
state legislation they were lower t
Not a Kicker.
'How's business today?" asked
by of a poor fellow who bad I
legs either at Gettysburg or i'
uiiil and was being trundled a
a 6a w
r wi.h a
street by :i companion, togethe
dyspeptic monkey and an aMhi
Well," said the legless wu
be paused in tiie middle of a
melotWvI can't kick." Manser
lli Career Settled.
The difficult and dangerous 0ieration
was over. The eiuinnt surgeoti turned
to the father and said:
"Your boy ha a lost nearly all of bis
brain, but be will live."
"That fixes bi-, future earevr," said the
father with a ht-avv muIi. "I si all bare
to bring biin up as a wx-iety mar." Chi
r...t" er "l ire.!" for Drinking.
Sbau.iKix, fa., Mar.-li iiIn accordance
with the rwvnt or.ler ot President Corbin,
of the R-idiiiii road. fur enii eers and
fctir rirem-n were tiehirj..l yett-sMiy for
orinkiiii;. TH--y w.-re -erve-i with a written
not e-?: "You are ie.tni-.l for ill inking "
Suits fir defamation -t chars eter are
The Crown dining hsll. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
150,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $200 and upward, st lowest
current rates of icterest. without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island. '
Bartb Bibcock, Dentists
No, 1724 Second avenue. Spe lal atten
tion paid to saving the natural Teeth and
inserting teeth without plates.
Surety oa Bonds
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish t relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to tbe agent of tbe
American Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Ajent.
Kock Island, III.
Hotels, butchers, saloons, groceries
and restaurants. 25 cents per 10U pounds
Families taking 20 pounds dailr, f 2 50
per month; families taking 10 pounds
daily, $1.75 per month; over 2l pounds.
35 cents per 100 pounds.
Pure Sylvan ice. Telephone 1068.
Office. Third avenue between Twenty
second and Twenty-third s tree In.
There are a good many pec pie who
have learned how to swim this -winter by
A man who has practiced meiicine for
forty years ouebt to know salt from su
gar. Read what he ssys:
Toledo, C. Jan. 10. 1887.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gentle
men: I have bten in tbe general practice
of medicine for most forty y?ars, and
would say that in all my practice and ex
perience have never seen a preparation
tbat I could prescribe with as n uch con
fidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by yon. Have pre
scribed it a freat many times and its cf-
feet is wonderful, and would say in con
clusion that I have yet to And a case of
catarrh tbat it would not con , if they
would take it according to directions.
L L. GoKBUCn, M. D.,
Office. 215 Sum nit St.
We will give $100 for any case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured with Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Taken internally.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Tbe Lake Shore railroad horror dem
onstrates the necessity for a brtko that
will not break.
Who of us are wiinout troubl
small or large T Tbe blessings
s be they
) are eich
are best appreciated when wi
ana in pain. A hacking cough
cold, ot any throat or lungd
very troublesome; but all of thei
quickly and permanently cun
Bigelow's Cure. Safe and pit
iliiMrnn . I 'rice 50 cents.
e may be
d by Dr.
sw Tailor Shop.
A. Johannsen, late of Mfiline. has
started a tailor shop at No. 213 Tweo
tielli street Marschall's old stand
where he Is prepared to do 'ill kinds of
work in his line.
Notice is hereby given to all J ersons to
clean their yards and deposit tbe refuse
in their alleys before April 1, when it will
be collected by the city and removed.
II. C. Harms, Street Comml isionrr.
Bonitk Seek Island Caoeai.
The democratic voters of So ith Rock
Island, are requested to meet at Old Cen
ter school house on Friday, March 28, at
7:30 p. m., to nominate candidates for
town offloes. By order of committee.
The only Complexion Powc er in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user, and without doubt a
beautifyer, la Pozzonl's.
Talking of getting on In life, the man
who alipa In the mud is almost bound to
HOVE SEEKERS' IXrCBSIOXS
The Burlington route, C. B. A Q.
railroad, will s?Il from principal statiocs
on us lines, on Tuts lays, April 221 and
May 20tb, home seekers' excursion tick
els at half rates to points in the farming
regions of the west, outh west and north
west. For tickes and further informa
tion concerning these excursions call on
your nearest C , B. & O ticket agent, or
address P. 8. Ecsns, Gen. Pss. and
Ticket agent, Chicago. 111.
Chicago belongs to the sect of the Fir-
The best on eartn can truly be sai I of
Grigg's Glycerine Stive, which is a sure,
safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises,
scalds, burns, wounds and other sores.
Will positively cure piles, tetter and
other skin eruptions. Try this wonder
healer. Satisfaction arusranteetl or
money refunded. Only 25c. Bold by
SECONo-HANi) FURS ITU RE, bonsht. sold
or tirhsnerd. Money loaned or Fnrnitnre
ttoird l -a Et Second street. DsTeoport.
FOR BALK VALUABLE PATENT I.H
iroremenl on Klers'ors. Now In operation st
Star finishing Work. 335 Hamilton fcu, Pbils-la.
Ft; preserves life and limb; for fnll portico isrs
srpij lo KObT J. WALKER. Inentor.
WANTED-A LADY SOLICITOR FOR KOCK
If land nnd Moline; fair salary, rnsrgelc
worker and aleidy employment. Addrc No.
16 care of Abols. 44 M
WANTKP. FIKT-LA35 TRAVELING
sslcomen a( once fur 111 inn! aid Iowa. I.
R. Ince roll Jt Vo-, S-JS scd ;5 Dearborn St. fnt
cago. 111. feb-7
WASTED A RKLIARI.E PERSON IN ROf.'K
I-iand and every town in this locality lo dis
tnbulecirrnla'; for particular end references
and addre-. T. N. Crow ley, 6i Main St , ler.e
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Hranrh oCHte. at herown home, for the Fa
mous Female J-fx rifle iranje Lity"; a splendid
opportunity ; address with rump. The Dr.C'uon
1 V .Medical Insiitnte. honth Bend, Ind.
WANTED AS tIL SALESMAN, ON COM
mifton. for the Lubricating oil trader ad
dress to Tbe Dicterich" Oil Co , 86 West Wash
ington M., Chicago. 11.
J. M. IlE iKDSLEV,
ITTORNEY AT LAW-Offlcewit
1 worthy, Kio Second Aeetme.
iTTCRNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock I-land
L National Bank Building. Kock Island, 111.
S. B. S-tt'ET. C.L.VIKIL
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OfBce in BcLg-ton s block, Kock Island, 111.
McE.MKY & MtEMKl,
TTORNEY'9 AT LAW Loan mnney on enod
secnritv.make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lyndc, bankers, office in Posiotnee block.
TIIE DAILY ARM'S.
IOR SALE EVE EVENING at Crampton s
News Sland. Five cents per copy.
ST. LI KL'S fOTTAGE HOSriTAI.,
N THIRD AVENUE,
between Tenth and
DR. J. D. RUTIIEBIORD, V. S.
B. T. T. V , B.
iRAD"ATEOFTnE ONTARIO VETERNA
lrjr collit-e, member of the Veiernsry Medlal
Association, In-atn all dieaea of the dometica
ted aniiBsl.. Cills promptly attended to. Ortlce
at W.P Tindall's livery barn; reaidence. Rock
Is and House.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms , 87, 29 and .
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, IA.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Successor to Guthrie Collins)
Plans and estimates furnished. A specUlty
roale of fine work . All orders attended to
promptly and satisfaction tnaranleed.
r"Vnfice and shop No. ISIS Third avenue.
vj' We want tb engage the
sS' services of an energetic
1 man or woman to represent
the Ladies' Home Jour
nal, to distribute sample
j copies, secure the names of
women to whom we can
mail sample copies, display
posters and other adver
tising matter and secure
subscriptions. We ofler
employment that will pay
far better than clerkships.
Send for circulars, illus
trated premium list, sample
copies and private terms to
Cmns PtiaasaHnfO Co.,
THE MOLINE SAVIN6S BANK
(Charted by the Leglalatu re of llllnola
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open dally from 9 A M. to 3 P. V., and on Tiles
day and Saturday Kvenlnns from 7 to
Interest allowcil on Des posits at tbe rate
of 4 cr Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
SECURITY AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Trustees Is respon
sible to the depositors. The officers are prohibi
ted from borrowlag any of its moneys. Minors
and married women protected by special lair.
Ortci:-S. W. Whiiuici, President; Poa
tkk Hkimmir, Vice President; C. t. ilcakswar.
Trostsss: S. W. Whselock, Porter Skinner,
C. If. Hemenway, J. Silas Leas, U. H Edwards,
Hlrara Darling, A. 8. Wright. J. a. Eeator, L.
H. Hemenway, C. Vltsttbum.
rThe only chartered navlnRi Dank In Rock
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mt or. -, imr ts cjrjaM hy tiii. n
lairsovio-- UTTlltCTSIC Sill ASS SISHRSSST
r RKKthn .--. HONKV, ttmAt tnt llita limine pur.
Km. tareal Kneratlis Snkm, fivlnf frrrit, BIM. Ho.lb.
, t'oallaiMMM t.rrnata of KlrcUlclty tliroiih all S I.AK
rxSTM. mutluthm u MKALTH tm lIMIKOI H SI BICSOTH.
Kltrto I'nrrwl rll iMlmtlr, r ws fortlt Sft.ouu la cub.
asl.T mm S.....M ry I. ...IM. n. mm mm. Itml an raff-
(afM In three awNttn. HmIpiI naainfalet t'rmm.
aXSOTUOOO., ISStatMUsSi., CHiSABS.IU.
I LOUIS K. G1LLSON &. CO.,
n APIITn 111 isfaart
fjl RrrB-r.RT STOCK. No prenoDS Sxpo-
ar-Hrience requtrea. write vor terms. M mi.
m anaauu ac sjas., asaiaanaeea, atlea.
mny M frana on
ms at uu. r.
Timpina AprtnntKS Buurt 1 Spraa
etneti, wasTS) aaTer-
tiainsj eontraota may
a matia mi
st la I
Kofiec Is hereby erren that oa Toe-day the Srst
day of April, A. D. 1S90. la the city of Rock
Island, an el etioa will be held for tb following
c itt or r ir s as.
One A Merman hi the tlrst ard for two years'
One Aidermaa In tbe 8 ro- d ward for two years.
One Alderman in the Third wa:d tor two years.
One AMermsn In tbe Fourth ward for two years.
One Alderman in the Fifth ward for tso-jeiti
One A'deimsn in tbe Sixth ward for two tears.
OnejiMermaa in the seTecth warl for two
One f nperrlsor for one year.
Fonr Assistant S-ervirs for one year.
One Assessor for one tfir
ne CoHector for one year.
T&rce Constables to fill vacancies for the unex
pired term of fonr years.
Whteb election will be opened at S o'clock In
the mornint; aad continue open antil 7 o'clock In
Ibe afternoon of tbat day.
City and Town clerk.
Dated this 8th day cf March. !).
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Roca Islasd CocsTTi, f
In the Clrcnit Conrt to the May term,
Monllon Knoles Jennie M. Gull- rlier. John K.
Niles.AnfeliaM S.Carrei.ter and Martha C.
John M.Gonld, Alfred WitVams arJ Charl-s R.
Ainsworth, execatorsof the lat will and teats
mrnt of Robert Knowles, deceased. J')bn 8.
illlmore and James W. Atklnon. tx--ntorsof
the lat will and t stament of Ann M-ii K H
Knowlrt, deeeaxed. Charles L. Mo gan. Chicieo
Theological Seminary, an Illinois corporation.
Illinois Home Mis-l nary Society, an Mlnois
eorpo atioo. Fort Byron Acidemr. an Mmols
eorp.)rion. Youce Men's t'hMftian A-xx ia
tion t4 Moline, Ill noi-. an Illinos corpora
tion, H'mtio N. P. Mnall, Martha E. Waetner
H-ttie V. Mm!l, Gertie S. .Hmill. Msme P,"
mail, James Gram Small, chrlen H. Lnnti
Jane 5. Atkinson. Charles II Deere and pat
Anidaeit raring been filed In the oftire of te
e'erk of said circnit court that the atd defen
dants, Horatio N. P. Smal.. Msrtba E Wacener.
Hattie M. Small. James Grant Smnll, CharleB H
L-nt and Pitt Emory are non-re-ideuts, and each
of them Is a non-resident of -aid state of lltinoi.
notice is therefore hereby (iiven tbat the said com
plainants filed their bill of rompiaint in a d
conrt. on the chancery side theteof, on tbe 2-th
day of March. A. D. 1W. and thereupon a sum
mons i-soed out of sud court in siid cause re
turnab'e ou tbe Cist Mondatr In May, 1SS, next,
as is by law required, the same bin the first day
of the next succeeding terji of said court.
"tinw. unless yon. the said nonresident defen
dants above namsd, and each cf you. sf.ail per
sonally be and appear before sid court on siid
first Mon lay in May, 1-90. next, and plevh n
ser or demur to the said bill of complaint, the
same and tbe matters and things therein chsrired
and stated will be taken as corfes-ed by and
Sfa'n-t you and snib of you as do not appear a
aforesaid and a decree entei-ed against ytiu ar-cn-nlirstothe
praver of said bi!l
Rock Island, ill.. March . 1f0.
GEO. W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of (Jiren't Conrt.
Eroetta Irwn and Anun I'lii.t. I'.im.
pUinant s Solicitors.
fTATK OP ILMVOi. I
Pora Inn Corisvv, )'
In thetircnit Court.
Inis Merchant vs. Tirfsin Trsv re. Ah, sham
Merchant, Albert Nel-on. !'rr Metrhsnt,
o-an Learr. E. N. Mrrrhant. narv Zhnier.
Elizabeth imjson. Jteie milh. earsu A Mr.
CleiUu, Bird Smi'h, Ann e Miyd-r. Phebe
Smith. Lnrinda Kllveris. Miry Klta M Her,
ulia Smith. W llltsm M. t rill. Li.ne s-yffe,
Minnie M OillJxiixe lL.rier. Eva A. Whevl. r.
A.ert,Merrhint. Jam-s Nelson
Affidavit having been filed la the offii e of the
clerk of said circnit court that the said defen
dants and earh of them are non-residents of said
state of Illinoi., notice is therefore h-rei.v given
that the said complainant ol.d his b.ll of com
plaint in said conrt on the chancerv side th'-re- f
on tiie S(3d day of Anjrnt, A. D . lv. and tin ro
nton a summons l.sued out of raid our:, m fatd
can-e. returnaile on the 6rt Mondav in V-olem-ber.
A. D. IMS, as t hy la m reouird, the nmr
b in? th- S.-st day of tbe next rncceedu.g term of
Now nnless yon, theii.l defenljnfs shove
named, and each of ou sEali ronallv b and ai
near b. fore said circuit conrion the flt-t Monday
in May. linext. and pad. answer or dmnr to
the said comnlsinant'a bill of eoTii.Uint. th ..me
and the matters and things there:n charged and
statee. will be taken aaronfesse l by ai.d airain"
such of you as do not aTtnear as a.r.r. .iMl. and a
decree et tered against you accordl K lolheorsjer
hock I-land, 111.. March e. lKJrt
UKOK'.K U . tiAMBLE. "lerk.
Adur PLlAtasrs, C"omplniusn!a solicitor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
norK iSLajtBCOl'KTT, 1
In the Circuit fonrt. to the Mv Term l'J
Ida W. Londy ts William H. Lnnrfr In ITtncery
Affidavit of non-residence of William H I nn
dy, the above defendact, having been filed In the
Clerk s omce of the Circuit court of said county
notice Is therefore herehr given to ths asid non
resident defendant that the complainant Hied Iim
bill of complaint In ssid conn, nn the chancery
aide theteof. on the Eleventh day of March, lsoi,
and that thereupon a summons issued ohI of Md
court, wherein ssid suit Is now endtrie rvturna
ble on tbe Srst Monday In the month of May nex
" id j im . 1 iiiiv'I.
Now, nnless you, the said non-reaidi tit defen
dant above named. William H. Lundy. shall per
sonally he and amiear lelore said Circuit 'onrt
cn the first day of the next term thereof, to be
noioea at Hock Island In and for the sa d county
on the first Mondav in Mav next, and tdead
answer or demur to the said complainnnt's bi.l of
complaint, the same and the matters and things
tuerein tnaryeu ana siatea will be taken as con
fessed, anil a decree entered against you accord
tna to tbe prayer of mid hill.
OKoKuK W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island. 111., March 11th. !80.
Jacksom A Hcrst, Cotnpt's Mol's.
By Tirtne of an execution No. fis, bearing
aaie me i .inusy or atarcn. A. IMS), and ac
cent panylni fee bill, issued out of the clerk's office
of the circuit court ol Rock Ioland county, in the
state of Illinois, and to me directed, wterehy I am
commanded to make the amount of a certain
tudtrment recently obtained a?ainst William 11
Edwards. 1. B Davis ,a and Robert McMann in
favor or Samuel liowles out of the lands, tene
ment, gnoda and chatl-ls of the said defend
anta. I have levied upon tbe following propertv.
Tbsje certain parcels of land and tiremiws sit
nated in the count v of Kock litland and blaie of
Illinoi. torn it: Lots No. one ii) and two (ii In
block No. two (J in Woods' second (2nd) ad.li
tion to the town (now citvi of Moilne.
Therefore, according to said command I shallex
fose forsale at public auction alllhe alxive named
land and premises on Saturday, the With day of
April, A. 1., !, at tbe boor of 1 o'clock p. m ,
at the north door of the court house in the city
of Rock Island, in the county of Kock Island and
state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to satisfy said
Dated at Rock Island this 2Tth dsv of March,
A. D. 18SSJ. T. S. SILVIA.
Sheriff of Rock Island county, Il.tnoia.
Italic of Heal Estate
TO PAV DEBTS
STATE OK ILLINOIS, I
Itm l Island Cottarr, (
in the Connty Court to the April term. lMsl.
Adair l'leas:ints, Administrstor de Iwnis non of the
estate of Margaret Donahue, deceased, va. Ke 1
mond Donahue and Julia Donaline Sale of Real
Estate to pay dehls.
Affidavit having been filed by the petitioner,
Adair I'leasanta, that said defendant. Redmoud
Donahue, residesout of this stale, notice Is ther.
fore hereby given to said Redmond Donahue that
aaid Adair Pleasants has filed bis petition In said
court praying for an order to sell tbe following
d esc rilied rati estate situate In said county, to wit"
Lots twelve (IS) and thirteen (13) in DicKson at
Young's addition to the town of Milan, to puv tbe
debts and claims against said estate and that sum.
mons In said ca ise has been issued returnable to
the next term of said conrt to beholden in siid city
of Kock Island on the first Mondav of April, Inti.
Now, unless you the said. Keduiond Ixnantie.
hall appear before said court on the first day of
the May term thereof to be boldrn on the Srst
Monday of May, IsiW. and t lead, answer or demur
tothesald petition the same and tbe allegations
therein will betaken as eonfeseed by you and an
order entered In accord at ce with the prayer of
aid petition. K. A DONALDSON,
Clerk of tbe said Court.
Rock Island, 111., March S3, 1S90.
Estate of Alice F.Webber, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of A lice K. Webber, late
of the county of Kock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that be will appear
before the county court of Rock Island counly, at
the office of tbe clerk of said court, iu the cits of
Hock Island, at the May term, on the Itml
Monday In May next, at which tune all
person having claim against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adtualed. All persons indebted
tosaldeetate are requested to make Immediate
payment to thenndersUrned.
Dated this Mb day of February, A. D 18S0.
T. A. MURPHY,
Estate of James McKeever, deceased .
Tbe undersigned, having been appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and testament of Jamea
McKeever, late of the county of Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tbat she
will appear before the county court of Rock Isl
and county, at tbe office of the clerk of said
eonrt,lathe eityof Hock Island, at the June
term, on the First Monday in Jane next, at
which time all persons having claim against
aid estate are notified and requested to at
tend forth purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All peraon Indebted to said eatat are re-
2 nested to make Immediate payment to the an
erabmed. Dated this 20th day of March, A. D., 1890.
; ANN McKEEVEB, Extcntrix.
COS. WASH-at MAT..
Ftnas 9f) vean' exvenevca in Ho
oilal and Private practice is enable:
to guarantee radical cures la Chioni;
or oo aoBoca disease of tbe blood.
throat, no c. skin, kidney, bladderl
and kindred organs, eravel and f tne
tare cared wltnoot pain or cottier;.
Thosa who context) late coins
Hot Sprlntrs for the treatment of any
private or blood diseases can be cared
for one-third the cost.
I APllCQBy thi treatment a
1MUI CO lovely complexion, free
from sa'lowness. freek!es, eruptions,
etc, brilliant ee sod perfect heaj'b
can be had. HTThat "tired feel-;
ing" and all female weakness prompt
ly cared. Bloating, headaches. Ner
vosa Prostration, and feleeDleesaesa.
Ovarian troubles. Inflammation and Ulceration.
Falling snd displacements, Spinal weakneaa and
hange of Life. Consult the old doctor.
rJCDWrtllQ Physical and Organic weak
MLnVUUO(MM, premature decay, evil
forebodings, e If -distrust, impaired memory, pal-
Sitauon of the heart, pimples on the race, specks
?forethe EIE, Hngin ' the ear. ca arrh.
threatened consumption and every disqualifica
tion that render marriage improper and unhappy
8PKEDILY and PERMANENTLY eared.
BLOOD AND SKIN gSEMSi
bomhle In its resell compleu-ly eradicated
without tbe use of trercurr Berofnla, Eryslpe
1 ia Fever o es. Blotches. Pitrp es, L irers, pain
in the Uead and Bones, yphiltie hore Thioit and
Tongue. Glandular enlargement of the Neck,
Rheumatism, etc., cured wh n others have failed.
PI IPTI IRP Cured with nt pain or hind
nun UnL r nce from basines,
UR1MARV rr" Recently eontrseted or
nlliHn I . thronie disease POSITIVELY
cured in S to H day hy a local remedy. So naa
seona drutrs used. Medicines mailed or express
ed to an) address free front observation. Char-
fes fair. Terms ( ah. Book and question list
Se. A frit ndly talk costs nothing.
HOURS: 10 a. m. to It m.,S to S and 7 to S p. m
Snndsv: t to S p. m.
Wash. Av. S. MIRREAPOLIS. HIB.
(Late of CiLcinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located in
Being a ersdnate of two of the be-t Mffxliral coV
leires in the east tog, tier wi'h an extensive
Hospital practice of six years, he Is well
qualified to treat the most difficult dis
ease. U!s specialties are:
Female, Lnrg, Private and
Loss of Manhood, or b'eminal
Weakness, and Errors of
Positively and permanently cured.
The Doctor will be glad to see all those who r
areictd whether they intend taking i real men t ot
not. Pomtive y no cse taken thst cannot be
cured. Cases successfully treated by correspon
dence. Correspondence accompanied by 4c
ia stamps promptly answered.
t (Bce-McCullongh'sNew Flock.
W. Tbird Street, near Main,
Dr. ILnti Dyks
IF NOT, TRY IT.
Fssr Bad KrjwywtMPv.
HARTZ i BABNSLN, WMcsale AwaU.
IIARTZ dt, DAHNSEN.
Wholesale AeeoU. Kock Islard.
S. R. CLOUGH, .
P ft'1 'rry-j ,
The best of everything always on Land at th
moat reasonable price.
WHITE OB BLACK IIS A BSE.
1805 Seoond Ave, Rock Island.
T. CLOUCII, Manager.
A nice blece of laud la Cordova township, being
the wet balf of th aoutheast Quarter of section
nine in townsblp twenty, north rang, two east,
in(R5 Isnj aoanty, XlUaula. Tb abov land
will be sold cheap and oa easy terma. lor oar.
tlcular enquire of or address
JanSO-dwxru . Rock laland, ill.
' aW aL
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
IT. C. HOPP.K,
No. 1808 Second avenue.
New and foil" equipped. New furoisbines tbroabout cotnpe'e
with any. 8end for circulars.
Tumopj: Four months, f 25; 8ii mo nibs. 35; Nine months. ?.V
Addres O. W. FENN. Rock IlanJ, I;:.
Has opened his New and Fpsctom
No. 1620 to 1626 Thin, avenu-,
where be would tie pleased to see bis friends.
t All kind nf drinks s we'l as Ale and Forter, and the well known drink "Hilf and aif." t ,
nly place lu the city wbe c you caa get it.
F. W. HERLITZKA.
No. 229 Twentieth 8rtreet, next to Conrad ScbwHer's crvfrj. R -rk Island.
for fine Ouinr;
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Xadelu th latest style. A!so retiring done with nestnes and dispti.
: MERCHANT TAILOR:
Buford'a Block, StconJ ave, Uock Icland.
iy Cleaning and repairing done neatly and cheaply.
J. T. T3IXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
H. D. FOLSOM,
J FKEE WWW FF.EE L FF.KK FRRR
JK WWWWK I. K RR
JK WWWWK 1. K RR
J FEE WW WW FEE L FEE HRRK
.1 F. WW VTW F I. F. R R
.1 .1 F W W F I. F H R
J.IJ FFP.E W W EFER LI.1XL KEEE R R
Troprietor of Brady Street
All kinds of CUT FLOWERS constabtly on hand. '
One Block North of Central Park.
The laraeat In Iowa
HAS PURCUA6ED TBE
and has retnored
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
QPOe solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
John Volk & Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding. Flooring.
aa I all kind of wood work for build arm,
Bik-hteentb SU, bet rbtrd aad Ponrt ave.,
. KOCK 13LAXD.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
valuing their complexion should aeeure a
. SAMPtt- BOX CRATIS
of tb latest Imfoned and nnauimouslv arknowt
saaed as the best
Unarantaed lo b i irteeily bannlea, laapereeiHI
nle. durt.ile and invinl. sor Sale ever here
Priee. 4e aad &Oe arr Has. As' y.,ur
druKit tur it or wriu lr mmm eaaople bar to
J. F. LLOYD a. CO., Sola Importers.
T d sla WMkliUm Nlrwt, t II ll'AUO.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
FOB 8aXK BT THE FOLLOWING DrDOOTBTS
Marshall A Plaher.
Harts A Dahnaen,
and Prank Nadler
Notice la hereby given, thst th pad. rstgved
ha been appointed SMignee of Abram Loco, and
all person holding any claim or claim against
said Abram Loeb are hereby Bottled to present
tbeaametohimaaderoathor afflrmattoa within
threa mon lbs from this data, whether said claim
are da or not. Aii person indebted to said as
signor ar reootoud to ssak proa pt payment ot
th same. . ...
Dated December 14th. 19S.
HtMtT P. HULL, Assignea.
DAVIS & CO,
A eoeaprete stock of'
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole Afe-nts for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS,
We fuarsntew every ore perfect, sod will send Co;i.
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties
Ssfety Fleiting Boilers nd Contractors f o
furnishing and Isjtoe Water, and
1712 Pirst Ate .
Rcrk Island. 1Y:t
Telephone 1149.. Restdeicelelei boae VM
Rocs: Island, III
No. 1707 Second aveune, Kock Island.
FI.r 'WER STORK,
-4(8 Brad? Street
F. H. MtLtm. PresX
B. F. Smith, YiopIres'u
K. H. P.TAtC. Ser'y.
J. 11. liOl.II, Tresu.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BCILDIXU.
DAVENPOET, - - - IOWA.
Perfect protection LMiut Imrclars, thieve
?-nd. lu t:,v in,J Burelar-Ifoof
is now .rered to n
Sal-i In its aiiltv ltii either coinWimiou
LV ..1, Ilia 1 .1. . . . . 1 i
- . - - - . uir. Mies are ai.
different, and unW iIm. ... - .
fcach safe t-nntains a tin Nn in wlik-h to ilae
valuables Just aie-h avommot;itiutis as are
waoUHl ly Adiuinitnt..rs1 l-.xeeutors, tiuard
bins, CapltaliNts. M:rril or Single Women
Fanner, Meeliani.-s Trawling Men. or
stniiijjers, li.iviug x.ilu.il.leH. iTivjite reUrln
rooint for the i-:iiiiiii.ti,n rf iiapers, ele
Sales In all sizes, in tirW, i-r anntual
froiu Three l..lLait no to T.,jrtv IiIlar. sie
cordma; t. size ami U-ti,.o. Also, ttrau
Kom for tavkat.'es loe or trunks. If iJU
are ipMnij to travel, tl.li is tlm 4Hilv t.Uc of ab
solute safetT In the tlih eirW 4.J m, :
and other valualvles. Oiarye reajooablo.
Call and see) our ault ni..it,r w... m .
UafeoriH. 1 ' m
M. J. ROIILP3. Cuttadian.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and la portar of
Viines ai Lipors,
(removed to new qasrter)
Nos. 1610 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Tbe fltst coal shipped lnl this market
from Mercer county was from the mines
of R. B. Ellis in tbe fall of 1976. and
bence given the nsme it still bears. It is
well known tc lie the best sold la tbe
market, and other merchant have adop.
ted tbe same name and offering an in
ferior article for Ibe genuine. Don't be
deceived, but buy tbe genuine celebrated
Mem r county coal of T. II. Ellis, on
Second avenue, opposite, 8t. Joseph's
church. Tte office has not been removed,
hut is there stilt, and la the only place In
the market selling thi old and genuine
article. Telephone 1030.
moves ail tunaik, lrwku utd devloratlaaa. Fue
salsby all Six daradravi-u srmailed fur M cts.