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TELE BOCK ISLAND AUG US, TUESDAY, APBLL 15, lb90.
A VEHY TOUCHING APPEAL
FLORIDA'3 ELOQUENT PLEA FOS
Ormotf Gran Talk Fttl-
fally a Iusea,.llwjE Kmla A Sinter Stata
Oat laaptorins; Bands aad
M Ba hn4.
The Florida orange growers have been
before the wart and means committe
to convince congress that they are in
desperate atraita. In presenting; their
c&m they enlivened the committee with a
pecimen of old fashioned tliiuence,
eo called, which ought certainl v to have
' touched a tender chord in the heart cf
the eomaoitteemen. The growers prayed
for a duty of one dollar a box on foreign
oranges, and here are the concluding
wools of their pathetic prajer:
" Refuse to place this duty on onnsw.
and the long years of patient labor now
past in wooing the productions of the
coil will be sacrificed and l.fat. and from
the Pacific to the Gulf and the Atlantic
the eud story of thousands of impover
ished homes will he hurled across the
waters to people growing rivrh on our
rain. To you, gentlemen of the north,
gentlemen of the east, gentlemen of tiie
west, a fcister state hold9 out her implor
ing hands for succor, and sen-Is through
oa from the bowom of her Ll'sworn I cu
ed orange groves the prayer tr protec
tion on. her nursling industry. lYotect
us now, and the future will enable P-
inona to send her fragrant grw-tin ti
every man, woman and child in the
United States holding a penny in tht-ir
hands, and across the water to the tuarts
of the world. We can c-mr?te with
those who have prayed your honorable
committee to grant petition from them
that would mean ruin to thousand of
It would Iw too much to expect of
men under such violent emotion that
tltey si too 1.1 use the cold language of
business. We must not expect them to
say that they will reduce the price of
oranges to one cent aptece. Instead o:
tin, we must let ''Pomona end her
fragrant greetings to every man, woman
and child in the United Stat.u holding
a penny in their hands."
cvwenuy ex-oovernor Maory anc Ms
aaaociates have not forgotten di-clama-
tion cay at school, when thev used to
regale one anther with choice extracts
from writers of a kind now extinct.
. Tne i knua men are terribly m earnest
and will be satisfied with nothing shott
of crushing the importer of foreign
oranges. To this end they protest
against the enactment of anv law allow
ing the importer a rebate for damaged
rrutt. "sucn a clause, they say, m a
delusion and a snare. This protest of
theirs is stated to be in the interest of
"keeping rubbish at home;" for th.
Florida grower thinks he cannot com
peie who "ruooisn. 1113 oranges are
the best grown in the world and sell
readily in ew York at higher prices
than foreign oranges command.
Such is the excellence of the Florida
orange that, according to the statement
of ex-Governor Mabry himself K-fore
the committee, not less than 20.000,000
of Florida buds were last rear exorted
to Mexico, the West Indies, South Amer
ica, some of the Pacific islands and Eu
rope. And yet the Florida people pre-
unvji 10 ims conironteu wim aire .iia.
ter." They have learned, too, tho old
protection Ut trick of applying a dam
aging epithet to their foreign compef i
tors; and it must be confessed that they
hare learned it welL The foreign orange
growers were denounced in the conven
tiou of the Florida people at Ocala as "a
set of men who have no sympathy with
our social life, our traditions or our in
stitutions," which all means that thev
are totally unfit to raise oranges for ns.
"We must have protection or lan
guish," say the Florida men. and their,
spokesman, ex-Governor Mabry, told the
committee that they ehoold need this
protection for twelve years the time it
require to bring a new ly planted grove
to profitable bearing.
Then Mr. Flower aaked: "Why not
make the tariff ukeenV.-t Urn rears fro:n
To which the down hearted ex-governor
answered "That would be absolute
ly ruinous. You want to ruin us so that
we cannot do anything, and then, when
we are dead and buried, you want to
slog psalms over us."
A moment after this rather blue fore
cast of Ids pr.tpects the ex-governor
picked up courage and was imprudent
eooaigh to jeopardize his ca.se by boasting
of the superiority of Florida a compared
with other orange producing countries.
"We haTe a better climate," he said, "a
better soil, more capacity and more
Tour true Flori.iM.fi is so accustomed
to cheerful views of the present and fu
ture prosperity of his state, so accus
tomed to "booming" bis rich orange
lands, that he cannot make a poor mouth
even when he set out dehtxratelv to
Mr. Mabry damaged his case still fur
ther by admitting that there are orange
groves in Florida which cannot be bought
for leas than $4,000 an acre; and that a
good grove might bring $2,000 to $2,.VX
an acre. When one considers that the
unimproved land costs about $100 an
acre, it is easy to see from the alxjve fig
ures what a paying industry orange
growing is. Mr. Flower read to the wit
bese an extract from The Florida Agri
culturist, showing a cam where an eih
teen acre grove had yielded $11,250 in a
ingle crop. To this Mr. Mabry offered
The papers of Florida and California
as well give glowing accounts of the
great profits of orange growing sonj
figure being even more ' glittering
than those in the case just cited. Toe
Ban Francisco Chronicle, a high r
M7V VI IMJ , irvUUI ftVC m !Oi!
description of the conditions prevailing
in the orange industry in California.
The article contains the f ollowing cheer
ful words: "Better prices are being paid
uian ever before ; "every orange grow
er who is producing good fruit is in re
ceipt of an income far greater than can
be realized from any other branch of
horticulture'"; "hardly a commencement
has been made as yet in the creation of
A eastern market for our oranees."
And yet these men from Florida and
California have the efTrontery to go
before Congress with exaggerated state
ments about "ruin." The best woof
that they do not believe their own state
ments is to be found in their local news
papers when these try to attract capital
I have always been much annoyed by
neuralgia and headache and finally de-
ennloed to try Salvation Oil. I am glad
to recommend it aa it made a perfect cure
la my case. Marks Tim,
03 Aiequith St, Baltimore, Bid.
Knowledge may be power, but it takes
coal to keep up steam just the same.
Get your plumbing, steam or gas fit
ting done by E. Wright. Shop In the
rear cf Harper's theatre.
- Josus. April 14.
On Saturday evening last three sew
members were added to the Farmers'
llutual Benefit association at Joalin.
There seems to be about as much feels
fng manifested at our town election for
town officers as there does at a presiden
tial election. It is thought by some that
after this there will be but one tickeL
Brewster & Donnahey having been ap
pointed agents for the Farmers' Mutual
Benefit associstions 01 11 amp ion. uoe.
Canoe Creek, Cordova and Zutna. farm
ing implements, etc, are going off like hot
The cyclonic tornado which struck this
place last week did cocstder&ble dam
age in the way of leveling fences, etc.
Mr. Adams barn was moved from its
foundation and a (bunk of wood was
hurled through the weatter boarding,
sheeting and plastering into his house.
Corn cribs and other buildings were
blown orer, and Wm. Whites de'a new
barn was leveled to the ground.
lcsterdsy a group were gathered to.
gether in oar rillase store, when
1 be suciect i' 1 taking the census was
broacned. SaM one: "If the census
agent sk me whether or not my land is
mortgaged, I shall just tell him its none
of his business. I won't answer the
question." Said another: "I am afraid
it wi I lead to cons 'rierabie unpleasant
ness at my house. In the first place I see
that the women bare to give in their aee.
and 1 know verr well my wife won't dt
it, because she has a holy horror of any
one finding out how old she :s: and. then
again, I see the question is aked: 'Which
is the head of the house J" "Now," says
he, "it will take qatte a number of set
tos, and a great deal of hair pulling to
Ontt that out." lluLTCM vs Parvo.
A Mlnstag IMtand.
following the announcement of the
resignation of Will Mue as city editor of
the Cedar Rapids Gazette, comes the fol
lowing clipped from that paper, which
i!l be read with interest:
It is with regret that we formal! v an
nounce to the public that the "Em S-e
club" has disbanded. Tbey have met
with flattering success everywhere they
have given entertainment,. Cedar lip
ids has always looked with pride upon
the club, as it was composed of our
youag business men. Mr. Muse, the
bas, has been city editor of iLe G.izrttt
for the past five years; Mr. Ma
teer, first tenor, is the faithful book
keeper for Witwer Bros, wholesale
erocery store; Mr. McCandless, second
tenor, until recently, has been in the
drug business, under the name of Mc
Candlesa Bros., and Dr. Clark, the bar
itone, one of our efficient dentists. Each
of these eentleraen is of striking worth.
a3 lor character, social and musical at
tainments, and we are loth to part wi'h
our quartet. But we must gracefully
submit to the inevitable, business alwajs
before pleasure. Chas. McCandiess was
first to break the chain in entering into
business In Darenport, then followed Mr.
Maw's resignation, which wb3 the I!
straw that breaks the camel's back, so it
was deemed best to disband.
Jaile ea III vVeeaiaz Iav.
Gustav eutedt, a young German of
this city and who lives on Eighth street,
was placed in a sad plight this morning.
At 1 o'clock today he was to have been
married to Miss Aususta Elatt. A few
purchases were to be made, however, be
fore the nnptials look place, and the
soon-to-be wedded pair came uo town to
do the shopping. Between purchases the
man seems to have succeeded in getting
a little boozv. but was not what might be
called drunk. Officer Mowry, who. is
well acquainted with the man, carte
along while the pair were walking on
Third avenue, and ordered the man to go
home. I be man. thiokiog that Mowry
was jesting, tolri him to "shut up in a
friendly manner. The policeman suc
ceeded, however, in taking him to the
station. He was later bailed out by
friends. The wedding, of course, had to
be postponed and will take place at 7 p.
ni. today. It is sad that such an unfor
tunate affair should have taken place on
the man's wedding day. Moline Tlti'iib
lit an .
Ileaaepla la Alt Klxht
Tie Chicago Trxhuw't Washington
correspondent had the following yester
dsy concerning the canal which shows
that the quill driver at the capital is
awakening to his secse of reason and
The bouse committee on river and har
bors has completed its appropriation bill
for the next fiscal year. Hennepin canal
gets $5tJO,lH.O enough to start the work
which the government engineer esti
mates will require 6,0"0,U00 to com
plele. Toe total amount appropriated by
the bill is $21,XJ.00u. about one-third
the estimates of the department. There
is no reason to doubt that the $500,OUO
for Hennepin will be voted by the house.
14 Conservatorship of Charles F
Dickman. Conservator's report filed and
Estate of John Warnock. Bond of ad
ministrator d. b. n. for sale of real estate
filed and approved. Report of adminis
tratrix approved and administratrix and
her sureties discharged.
12 C II Reed to J II Hayes, n lots 8
and 15, block 4, South Park ad, R I.
J Verde Boss to Peter Meersman, lot
8, block 2, W R Moore's second ad, Mo
The proposed increased duty on carpet
wool will be a new kind of csrpet tacks.
State of Ob 10, Cttt op Toledo,
LrcAS Cocsty. 89
Frank 3. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co, doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state afcresaid.and
thatBai.l firm" will pay the sum of one
bnndred dollars for each and every esse
of catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall s Catarrh Cure.
Fraxk J. Chesey.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this Cth day of December,
A. D.. 1880.
A. W. Gleason,
seal y Notsrv Public.
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props H Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Farm for Bala.
Twenty acres of land three miles south
of Orion, 111., on which there are 400
fruit trees, a good house 24xlG in size
with lCx!6 kitchen. Good outbuildings.
Price f 1.100.- Also for sale a lot of live
stock. Inquire of A. Jobanson, tailor,
219 Twentieth Btreet, Rock Island.
Oh, if I only had her complexion!
Why, it is easily obtained. Use Pozzoni's
It is commendable in
a fast horse to
hate to see a
lower his record, but we
man do it.
Patronize the new plumbing.steam and
gas fitting house of E. Wright, on Six
teenth street, in the rear of Harper's
The Crown dining ball, No. l'.T8 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 ce its.
50,000 to loan on real estate lecuritv.
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, withoi t com
mission. E. W. Hurst. Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
tret sa Beads.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to becoae their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations ts bonds
man, should applv to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New T rk.
General Insurance Agent.
Rock Islatd, III.
A Common Beats Rtmadv
In the matter of curatives a hat you
wnnt is something that will do us work
wnite you continue to to yours rem
edy that will give you no incoorccience
nor interfere with four business Such
a remedv is Allcock's Porous I'lasters.
These planers ate not an experiment
they hsve been in use for or-r thirty
years, and their value has been atus'.ed
by the highest med'eal autho ities. as
well as by voluntary testimonies from
those who have used them.
Allcock's Porous Piasters ate rurelv
vegetable and absolutely harmless. Thev
require no change of diet and ar not af
fected bv wet or cold. Their ar'ion dx-s
not interfere with la1. or or business; you
can toil and vet be cured while har.l at
work. They are so pure .that th; young
et, tne oldest, toe most de!ic'e person
of either sex can u?e tbem w:;b great
Beware of imitations, and uv. be de
ceived by tn'sre presentation. A4k f
Allcock's. and let no s !icitalioi or ex
planation induce you to aceeil sul 'i
Allcock's com and bunion ;it!ls ef
feet quick and certain relief.
Fixid for reflection is mime pie
cheese. It keeps one awake c tht
reflecting purposes .
A XfCMiny f Heatta.
It is a prime necessity of health t'jul
the action of the bowels thmiM be kept
regular. Bat the way to overcome
temporary fit of constipation, or to rem
eoy chronic costivenes, 19 not toth-lutre
he stomach and drench the hovels with
purgatives of violent ami painful action
The happy medium between in. -perative
and violent cathartic is Itostetu-r's stom
arh Bitters, which acts just sutficientlT
upon the bowels to re-lax them without
pain, and which being a w holeo lie tonic.
as well as aperient, has the effect of
strengthening both the-m and taestoin
sch, and promoting the well bei ig of the
whole internal economy. The removal
of bile from the blood, iocrea.se.tl activity
of the liver, usually dormant in case s of
costiveness, and sound digestion fo'low
the cse ot this oenencent mea cine, as
thorough and genial in its rffto's as it i
safe and pure in composition. Uheuma
tistn, fever and ague, kiilncv troibles an.l
debility are also remedied by it.
It is an anomalous state of aC airs that
a man has taken a fresh grip 01 a piece
of property by re-leasing it.
All medical authorities afree that ra
tatrh is no more nor less than 11 intlim
mation of the linintr membrane of the na
sal air passages. Nasal catarrh and all
catarrhal affections of the head are no
diseases of the blood, and it is a seriou
mistake to treat them as such . No con
scientious physician ever attempts to d
so. it is neiii Dy eminent med.cal men
that sooner or later a pecifi- will be'
found for every disease from which hu
manity sutlers. The facts jnt.fy us
assuming ibal Tor catarrn at l-at a to.s
itivs cure already exists in Elv s Cream
A norse na ice advantage over man in
one thing. He's worth more after "he
broke than he was before.
To Bsrvosi Debilitated Me 3.
If you wil1end me your ad Iress we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's c le'brated
ciectro voltaic belt and appliacces, and
their charming effects upoq the nervon
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, nanhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt ami
appliances on a trial.
Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
The season is rapidly appvoachiDg
when trees and bloated bondholders will
leave for the summer.
The best on eartn can truly b- sai 1 of
Grieg's Glycerine Salve, which h a sure,
safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises,
scalds, burn, wounds and other sores.
Will positively cure piles, tet-r and
other skin eruptions. Try this wonder
healer. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. Only 25c. Sold by
Smokeless powder always was the best.
It is only after it begins to smoka that it
does the damage.
Dr. C. McLane's Celebr ated
A few doses taken at the right lime
will often save a severe 6pe'l of
sickness. Price only 25 ce its at
any drug store. 6 o sure and see
that Dr. C. McLANE'S CELE
BRATED UVER PILLS, FLEM
ING BRt)S.Pittsburgh, F a., is
on the box. Kone other is Genuine.
Use IVORY POLISH fbr the Teeth,
PEKFCKES THB liBfftTH.
John .Volk & Co.,
- Jt unofactnrers of
Sash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Flooring,
and all kind of wood work for buifa era.
Eighteenth St., bet Third and Ponrtn ate.,
a. uci Bcaa.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and Importers ef
Wines, ai Uprs,
(removed to new quarter?)
Nos. 1616 and 1618
Third avenoe. ;J
BOCK ISLAND, IL1.
J. M. BEAKDSLET,
ATTOfcfET AT LAW-Offiee with -J. T. Ken
worthy, ITS Second Avcaae.
ATTCRSET AT LAW. Offlee la Eoek Island
National Bank BaiMicg, Kock Island, III.
- B. WECSET. C. L. VALSBB.
STTOBXET8 AND COCXSKLLOB9 AT LAW
XSUae In Uengtton block, Kock laland. 111.
McEMUT & IfESIRl,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan nonry on swd
wcaritr. mke collection. Kcfwmf. Mitch
ell L.nie. Dangers. OHVce la rotoca block.
THE DAILT A Kb US.
J"OR SALE EVE3Y EVENING at Crami-ton'
few Siana. tirt ceuu per copy,
DRS. RUT IIEit FORD Jt BUTLER,
flRAWlTrs OF THE ONTAniO TRTKRNA
llr tol'. sc, Veieniar FbTieiac anp Sorij. oo.
Sc: TindaH Litctt Mable; He fide see: Over
AU-r Bikerj, Biarkcl equare.
)R SALE A flOK BARI Black WaJDOt
i lib marble lop; inquire ai lite Second are.
ANTH1) To hay a mediom ized necond
band dok; lddrtr X1Z, care of Auulsr.
QEi'OMMIAXD FCRNnTRE, bonnht. fnli
or exrhaner-d. MonfT loaned or Foraitare
nor. il si A Eat Sond ir?t. Davenport.
TTt'K ALK VaLL'AliLK rATi.M 1M
X. j.nverurul o5 Elevator. Now in operation at
Mr t'inthmz Work "iW5 Uamll'on M Pbili-la.
J'a: preserve life and limb: fur fnll porticnlara
p;! to K'lliT J. w a I KfcK. inventor
1 A N T !- H KT LAs T RA VIUNG
W eikroirn at onre for l!Iinni ard Iowa. I
R. ln-rmli a l"o., Sil and Ut-arbotn St. f'hl
cao. 111. ft-b-27
TTTANTKU A htLlAHM. I'tllsJN IN Bl. K
V I r andeverv loan in tbi locality iod:.
tribulerircolar; f.r psrticolar erd references
and add. T. N. e roalcy, Ml Main M, ler.e
VTTANTtD. A LADY Tel MANAi.K A
W Itranrh oiftre. at hrown home, for the Fa-
mon Female j rific 'uranee Li.j"; a p!endid
opponcniiy; i-iatet" wun Mimp, icf ur.loon
wy Med-.cal Inoutate. Nntb Bend, Ind.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
ncrer to (iathrie & tVilin?)
Plan and etirnate fnm'hed. A rtecislty
made f Biie w.rk. All ordern anended to
lni!y and jt!fetion Etiaranteed.
tT"e1ictr and tttaj No. Isl Third avenue.
WM. 0. KULP, D, D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
R.xm s T. "d '-"9.
TakeKVvau.r. D AVKNPOKT. I A.
THE MOLINE SAVINGS EA2K
itaarurd ty the Legl-Utore of lliinoia.)
MOLINE, - ILLS
Open daily f mm 9 A. M. to 3 P. M .. and on Tues
d.iy and atnntay Lvcuinc from T to
Interest allowetl on Desposita at the rate
of 4 per Cent, pt r Annum.
sits received in amounts of
f I and Upwards.
iECX'iUTY AND ADVANTAGES.
The private pnperty of the Tmstees i rospon
i'hle to the di'ptwitor. The eificer are pmnint
ted from lrrwiajr any of its moneys. Minors
and marrie.t wtwn c proiected by special law.
Omni-:-? VT. WntKtJx-K, Prs'dent; Por
TRit kiier. Vice Presidrr.t; C. F. lltiinvtt,
Tararais : S. W. WheeUv-k, Porter SVtr.ner.
C K. !( m.-r.wty. J. S-.la L it, It. II Edwards.
Hiram Oarlinf. A. S. Vi rtiLt. J. . K. a;or, L.
II. Hemenway. ViLztl.nm.
ftFTThe on y charered oavicft Bank in Rock
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
beaU-d proposal will be received at the City
Clerk's oflUe. li.ick I-land. Ill . until Monday
th.Vhday of Mar. A. I). !. at C o'clock r. a.
for the consirnction of a itle seaer as ordered by
an ordinance of snid rily entil ed "An ord nace
fr the construction f a sewer on Twenty-fourth
street from Ki'hth sveLue to Fonrth avenue aith
lateral branches on Seventh. ;:x!h. Fif ih-and-a-hal(
and Fiftbavenues to Twenty-siath strtet."
paed Marcj S. 11. and fiw farnishinif the male
rial and doin: ibe work according to the p an and
spec Jications thetA-for.
The said improvement must be constructed,
and the material therefor famished mut be in
aeccviance with tbe plana and specifications for
said imirovrmen'on file in the said city, clerk's
othce, at which sa offire. said plan and specifi
cation are open to the inspection of all person
All bid nibt be ae-wmpanied with a certified
check in the sum of erne Hundred Dollars, paya
ble to the order of the city treasurer of said city,
ahich shall become forfeited losaid city in case
the bidder shall fail to enter into contract, with ap
proved sureties, to execnte tbe work for the price
mentioned in ti e bid. and according to the plans
and specification, in the eient tbat tbe contract
should be awarded to him.
Blank bids will be furnished cm application at
the city clerk' office. Ail bidders and otber
persons may atvnd at tbe opening of said bids.
The richt to reject any and all bids or propo
sals received is berebv expresalv reserved.
ROBKitf HoKULkR. city Clerk.
Dated thia llth day of April, linw
WJIOM IT MAY CONCERN.
STATE OF ILLNOIS. I
Kock Island County,
In the County Court, to tbe May Term. A. D. 1SW1.
To all persons concerned : Public notice is hereby
piven that the un 'ersimed. frnardianof Porter Mc
Creery, Robert h. MeCreery and Wil iam Mc
Creerir. minors, has filed in the office of the clerk
of the cijonty conrt of Rock Island county and
state of Illinois, a petition for an order for the sale
of the followinir described real estate belonging to
said minors situated in the county of Rock Island
and stale; of Illinois, and described aa follows, to
wit: Tbe nnJivided three foorteenths (S-K) of the
northeast quarter i of the southeast vuarter
(la I of section ten, (10). in township sixteen, (16i,
north ranire one il) west of tbe fourth principal
meridian, and tt'at slid petition will be heard on
the first day of the May term, A. D, 1890. or as
soon thereafter as counsel may be beard. At
w hich time and place you can appear and object to
said petition if yon see fit so to do.
Dated Uuck l-land, April 7th. 1830.
f.OBEKT D. McCREFRT,
Guardian of Porter MeCreery, Robert D. Me
Creery and William MeCreery. minora.
JacKsoa fc IIcrst, Attorneys.
J. M. BUFORD,
Th old Fir and Time tried Osapasla
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Batat a low aa Bay reliable rorarany aaa IT mi.
Yoar patron ays to scilctlad.
tSTT U A.-KTS bloc. .
era, on ail CASH ord era durins our 30
DAVS' SPLC1AL PRICE SALE.
UJ "-3 "a
111 r- t o
aatwaaamawaaf m ,
STATE Or ILLINOIS,
Boca IaLASD C'ocrtr,
la the Circuit Coart to the Mar term. 1M.
Monltoa Knole Jennie M. Halbteher. John K.
Miea. Angel a w. carpenter and Martba i.
John M.Gonld. Alfred Will'aniB and Chart-. B.
Ain worth, executor, of The Lut will and le.ta
ment of-Robert Knowle. deceased, Joha 8.
Gillmore and Jame W. Atkfnoa. eseeniora of
the lat will and tt-ptatnent of Ann Ma'ia R 8.
Knowlee, deeeaaad. rbarle L. Morf an. L"blceo
Theoloaieal Seminary, aa Itlinoia corpormtioB,
lliinoia Howie Mit aarr SoetetT. aa Mtnott
enrMatioa, Port Byron Aeidemy. aa Itl'.noia
eorporation, ionre xtlilhiwuu iwxlu.
lion of yoline. Ill;not. an IMinota rorro ra
tios. Horatio N. P. troall. Martha K. Wagewr,
H-ttie M. rml!. Genie . l-mill. Mamie R.
ftnail, Jame Grant Small, Chr!ea U. Lout,
Jane S. Alkinroa. Charlea II. Deere and Put
Amdavt barmr been fled In the office of tee
c'erkofcald Circait coart that the raid defea-
dan, Horatio N. P. J-mal., Martba E. Waetncr.
Haute at. !mi!l. Jame Grant Small. C'barle II
L' nt and Pitt Etnorr are ron-re-ident. and each
of thera t a dod resident of aaid Mate cf lllinoi.
notice i therefore cerebri iven that b eaideocn
plainants filed their bill of complaint In a d
court, on the chancerr ide theteof. oa the 25th
day of Marcn. A. 1. 1I ard therenpon a om-
mun i-ned oot of id eonrt in aa:d rauve re-
tvrnab'e oa the that M noav in War, S, next.
a I by law required, the tame be inn the 8pt day
of tne next vncceedin tera of aaid coart.
Iow. nnteiw toa. the aid nm relilent dtfen
dant above named, and each cf yon, ehall er-
.inaiiy oe and appear oeiore raid curt ou miu
firct Mimday in Mar. I-1', next, and plead, an
tror dfiDor to the said bill of complaint, the
ante and the matter and thine therein charfed
and ptated will he taken a conferred tv and
aea'n't yon and aach of oadonot appear a
af.)reaid and a decree tn'ered aainet jrnn ac
eordira lathe prayer of aaid bill
Kc island. 111.. March . 1
UfcO. VT. OAMBI.E,
t"le-k of -ircait Poort.
Kceesa Lfwta anl Adaib PLrHTa, t'om
ST ATU I I.LI VOl-s .
Rot K Ihid CurxtT, J '
In the Orruil e'ourt.
Lonis Merchact vs. fhrtstina Trvire. Abraham
Merchant. A!tert Nelon, Mary .Merchant,
fnan Leary. K. !a. Merchant, IMary Zahnier,
KHrabtth Simpson. Jesie milb, earah A. M
CTeilan, bird f-nii h. Aun'e tnyder. Phebe
Smtlh. Lncinda ilveri. Mary ttta Miller,
Julia Smith, M illlam M. ril'. Li-. ite FTffe,
- Mtnnie YilI.Ix)nise Horner. Eva A. Wheeltr,
A.bert Merchant. James Nelson
Affidavit having boen filed in the offire of the
clerk of said circuit conn that the said defen
dants ami each of them are ncn residents of said
state of Illinois notice is tberi-fore hereby riven
tht the said complainant filed Ms b.ll of com
plaint in said conrt on the char.cerv side thereof
on ihe 'Jid day of An2ui, A. D , l'. aid ilieri
spon asamnm Issued ont of sad oinrt, 'a raid
cause. reiumaMe on the frst Monday in Septeru.
her. A. U. 1W9. as i by law reo uin-d. the same
beins th-first day of Ibe ntxtruceeediig term of
How unless yon. the sid deferdarit above
named, and each of yon cball personally be and ap.
pear b fore said circuit courion the firl Monday
in Mar, lOlreit. ar:d plead, answer or dranr to
tbe said complainant's bill vf complaint, the same
and the matters and thin; therein charged and
Mate.', w:!l be taken aa confessed by and stains
snrh of run as do not app.&r a ftreaii.'and a
decree ectered agatn-t yon at const. lothe prayer
of said bill.
Rock I-land, 111.. March ?6, 1H
UaOKi.K V. GAMBLE. Ck-rk.
Adair Pleasasts, C'ttnliiiiants olieitor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock lfLAjiDCoi-WTT. 1"
In the Cirroit fonrt. to th Mar Term 10
Ida W. l.nndy vs William II. Lnudy In fhaneery.
Affidavit of notr-residence of VViil:ain 11. Lun
dy, the atvive .i.frmiar t. has ins been filed in the
clerk's office of the etrruit conrt of said coanty,
notice i therefore herehy civen to the said non
resident defendant that the complainant liked het
of r.mi.lnml in t.t nnrr .u, fl... I. ....... v
side theteof. on the Eleventh day of March. !!.
and that therenpon a suit nioos isned out of sr.ld
court, whereiu said suit i-now jendirii returna
ble on the firet Monday in the ni.M.lb of .May ex',
as is by law required.
Now, unless you. the said non-resident defen
dant above named. V illiam II. Lutidv. .hai per
malty he and a:fear brtore said e'irctiil "nrt.
cu the irst day of the next term ther of. to lm
hol.ieu at R.xa l-land In and f.r the sa d rouutv.
on the first aVnlav in Mar next, and tdead.
anwer or den.ur Ui the said complainant's bi I of
compiainu tne same ani tne matters and thinirs
therein cbsrtred and staled will be tifcen a con-f"-.-
i. and a decree enti rei a-Vnt j,.n aeord
intf to the prayer of said bill.
GEoti.iE V. GAMIiLK, 1. rk.
R-vk Islanl. 111.. M inii llth. !Ha).
Ja K.s A. llm-T, ivnii: s Sd's.
Vr virtue of an execution No. tvacl b. arins?
dale the 17th dv of March. A. IV. 1'. and ac
ct mpinvimr fee nil I, luel out of the clerk's oTi e
of the circuit court of R.irk Wlaiut contitv. In the
slate of Illinois, and to me directed. Htereti j I tu
commanded to make ihe amount of a certain
judgment rcc nily obtained a 'ai- st William II.
K!ard. J. II Itavis .n and Robert McMann in
favor of ."amuel Howie o-.t of tuc Unds. bur.
meats, pomls and chattels of the said defend
ants. 1 have levied upon the fodowiui; prvnr,
This certain parcel of land aiui premises sit
navd in the county of Kirk island and Mate of
lihnois toait: Lots No. one il and two ,2 iu
block No two (4 1 in Wxd-- econd viudi addi
tion to the town nmw cy of MoMne.
Therefore, according to said command I sha'.lex
roe for sale at public auctmn all the above named
land and premises on Saturday, the 4bih day of
April. A. I., i-s), at the bour'of 1 o'cl.vk p. m ,
at Mil-north door of the court house In the city
of Koca Island, to Ihe county of Rock Ilndanil
state of Illinois, for cash in 'hand, to satisfy said
Dated at Rock Island this th dav of March.
A. O. 23S0. T. S.!ILVI.
Sheriff cf Rock Island county, 1) Inois.
By virtue of an execution and fee lull No. MiM.
is-oed oi.t of the clerk's ofhY of the circuit
conrt of Ruck Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to nic directed, whereby 1 am commanded to
make tbe amount of a certain Jtidtrtnrut r crntly
obtained against I ouis Bend, r in favor of John
Peet for use of Geonre W aimer, ont of the lauds,
tenements, foods and chattel of the said defend
ant. Louis Bender, I have levied upon the fol
lowing prc.perty, t-vwit:
The east i. be-half ( 4 ) of the northwest quarter
t a I of section thirty-six, i Vi). Iu tonhi,. nine
teen, 19). north of ranp two eat of tbe fourth
tlthi principal meridian, ia the county of Rovk
Island an i elate of Illinois,
Therefore, accurdin; to said command. I shall
expose for sale, at pub ic auction, ail the nht,
title and interest of the above named Louis
Render in a.d to the abve describt'd property, on
Monday the tst day of April. at S o'clock
p. m. at the north door of the Court boue in the
city of Rock Iland. in the connty of Rock I-land
and state of Illinois, for cash ia band, to satisfy
said execution and fee bdl.
Iad at Rock Island, this 27 h dav of March
A. D lrt. T. SlLVIS.
Sheriff of Rock Inland county, Uliuoij.
alk of Heal Estatk
TO PAV DEBTS.
STATE OV 1ULINOI3, I
Koc Island c'ocktt. I
In the Connty Conrt to the April term. lsStt.
Adair Pleasant. Administrator de bonis Don of the
estate of Marraret Donahue, deceased, vs. Red
mond Donahue and Julia D icaace-Saleof Real
E state to pay debts.
Affidavit having been filed by the petitioner.
Adair Pleasants, tbat said defendant, Redmond
Donahue, residesout of this state, notice is there
fore hereby aiven to said li-dmond Donahue that
said Adair Pleasant has filed bis petition in raid
court praying for an order to sell tbe following
described rel estate situate in said connty. to witt
Lots twelve (li) and thirteen (13) in Dickson &
Yooi.s'f addition to the town of Milan, to pay lha
debts and claims against said estate and t hat su m
tnons in said ca ise baa been Is-aed returnable to
the next term of aaid court to be holden in said city
of Rock Island on the first Monday of Apr):, 1890.
Now, unless von the aaid Redmond Donahue,
shall appear before said conrt on the first day of
the May term thereof to be hoiden on Ihe frst
Monday of Mar. 1890, and i lead, answer or demur
to the -aid petition tbe same and the a. legation,
therein will betaken as confessed by you and an
order entered In- accordar.ee with the praver of
aaid petition. . K. A. DONALDS-ON,
Clerk of the said Court.
Rock Island. Ill .March S, WM.
XECUTOR 3 NOTICE.
Estate of James McKeever, deceased.
The anderstened, bavin? been appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and U-stanM'tit of James
McKeever, late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby irivea notice that she
will appear before the county coart of Rock Isl
and county, at the office of tbe clerk of said
court, in the city of Rock Island, at the Jon
term, on the First Monday in June next, at
which time all persons baring claim against
aaid estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same adj ant
ed. All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the an
dersiirned. Dated tills Slh day of March, A. P., I M0.
, ANN McKKKVER. Execntrtx.
Notice is hereby pvea, that tba nndt rsifned
has been appointed assignee of Abrara Loeb. and
all persons holding any claim or claims arainst
said A brum Loeb are hereby notified to present
the same to him under oath or affirmation wiibia
three months from this date, whether said claim
are due or not, All persons Indebted to said as
signor are requested to make prompt payment of
Dated Marth Z4h. 190.
" HKNUY P. IICLL. Assljmee.
Punch, Brothers, Poach; Punch with Car
Jaawawaaawtt aaaa sarap m tfl u:llj i aa(i igaaMjf n i-r?j j, tc.. . .. i,'
COK. WAH 4JdATE- t.
From 90 year' experience ia Hoe
pital aad Private practice la en a o let: L"
to guarantee radical tare ia fhronk W
or no aoaou dveaeea of the blood
throat, ao-e, (kin, kidney, bladder
and kindred orrana. e ravel and trie
tore enred wilhont pain or cnttin.
Tnoee who conlevpiate roin U
Dot Porta for the trealmenl of any
ririvate or blood diseatca eaa be enreel
or nae-third the roeft. r.
1 A niCC By thia treat ent ai
lAUIdO lovely eompleaioo, free
from a'lnwiie, rrecaiee, eraption.
etc. brilliant eve and perfect bealtt
can be had. tf That "tired feel-
ins" aad ail rental weaaaea prompt
It cured. Bloatine, headache, Ner
von Prostration, and 81eeD4esaeM.
Ovarian trouble, Inilaaimatioa and Ulceration.
Fallinc and dicplacemeni. Spinal weaknee and
( hanre of Life. Concult the old doctor.
NP RVfi I I Q Physical and ertranie weak
1.11 V v U Of new, premalare decay, evil
forebodiDF. elfitmt, impaired memory, pal
pttalfcoa of the heart, pimple oa the face, apecks
before tbe EYB, rinVin. ia tbe rar. ca arrh,
threatened conaamptioo and every diqnalifica
tion that renders marriage improper ar.d uaaappy
PPKEDILV and PtKa A.HEM LY enred.
BLOOD AND SKIN
horrible in It ren!t comply ly enujicated
without tba aae of rcerenry cVrofala. Eryaipe
I Fever Jv e. Blotche. Pit pie. I'leer, pain
in tbe Head and Bone, fyphiltic ."-ore Throat as 1
Tonzae. eiLandular enlartiement of the Neck.
Kbeumatiam, etc., cured wh a others bare failed,
pi I DTI I DP Cured with nt pain or bind-
i v w'lu r rtre from baine-a,
I I DIM A DV tvT"Recently contracted or
nll'H ehrunie dieaea POSITIVELY
enred in 3 to H day by a local remedy. No naa
reon drass ed. Medicine mailed or express
ed to any address free from observation. Char-
re fair. Term Cash. Book and question list
IV. A fritndly talk costs nothine.
HOURS: 10a. m. to li m..lol and 7 to 8 p.m.
sanaar: z to a p. m.
M6 Wash. At. S. aURXEAPOLto. atlR
(Late of Ciicinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located iH
In thf pt two months he has eucce-sfnl'y
of the most severe character. IVlow he give the
mart of a few that he ha snree-fully treated,
a ho are Weil ki own, thit live in Dav n;-rt and
J. II. Harrison. Foik I!nJ cosnty. Mr. A. J
Mr-ori. heart disease.
Miss Anna Davis. K. A. Sleam. -r..fnla.
t'haries tiordon. llrnry Winetwrs. rhema istu.
Mr. Anna Weili, senriliria
Mrs. I. A. Cowen. ie.. Bryant, E. L. Stultli
Jennie Wayberry. Mary Sherbine, A. I!. Thouip
s.in. female diseases.
ThMd . rf a f m of ll.e tr,,tr r h 1.. ,nr
cefn!y Heated, rnt they are rnoneS ta fhosv
h hat can be done ny one wr.o tliOsoUty utuit-r
s'and . the rics of dis. a".
t"Los of Manhood. niinal Wcal.ie-. ard
Krrors of Youth, positively and petoieiieni;
vCase sncces-fuliy tre-ate.1 by rtrr.-;.on
oitie. i um-PiM'cuem c a otnipai iea ni
in stamps promptly answered
om.-c MoCullonL'h's New I hk.
V. Tbiril Street, near Main,
Dr. Mnu Dyk'S
IF NOT, TRY !T.
Fr fravV (mtkrifa
HARTZ i BAHXSEX, m-t A-rtal
HARTZ ev BAHXSEX.
Wholesale At'ents. Rock IIarl.
(J WX-a? O
LOTOS FACE POWDER
r&latiiK tbetr fwpifiwm Imu11 sWartir
SAMPCt BOX iCWATIS'
of tbe latest ioaorted and auuuinMsualy arkoowt
eded as tne best
Guaranteed to b- iefeetly harnrtPM. tmrwreepU
be. dun-nle an.) invitt.ie. lur aie everyahere.
frlee. SCe Oase er H-a. A si your
drug-fist fur it or write lor iot,.4Jd sample bur to
J. F. LLOYD & CO., Sole Importers,
7 aad Waaatartaa Ntreas. ( HM'.tUO.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Fob',8alk bt rax Follow nia DHUooisTfl
Marshall & Fisher,
Ilartz & Bahriai a,
nr Frank Nailler
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO,
f IITaUKIV bTOCK. Mo wsywai ats.
afwl rleiK.- required
Wnis it ir
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
I saf Vial a-i, i
No. 326 Brady Street, Davenport,
BAB A CHOKE SELECTION OF
tioods d'ivered to all parts of Ihe three cities
E C. HOPPE.
IN'o. 180S Second avenue.
lias npeiieil Lis New and Fpatioua
No. 1C20 to 1C2C TLinl avv-nu-t
where he would tie p1ea-tl to aee bia frienU.
tfAU kind of drinks s sc'l a le and Torter. and tbe well kayiwn dr r.k -H!f and '.'f i.
or.iy ttace in the city wlte e you can eel it. Reset
Proprietor of Brady Stntt
All kind- of ('I T FLO'i"
One Bli.tt N'.r:b of CVntral Tark.
Tbe 'arei In Iowa
F. W. HERLITZKA.
N"... 'J Twentieth Strret. ntit t.y
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Mi.'.e in tbe !!-1 t le. A'so retiring d.ne a;tb neatness and diat h.
.J. rF. 13 1 XO N ,
And Dealer. in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avecue.
Brick and Stone Mason.
Residence SID Twenty first St., Yarl near St. Paul depot.
t"l-'tioiates fnrr.ite-l f r II c1, of brt.-k c.r tne w ira I aylnz of brick attd tl e waika
asueria't.. A-i- r F.istortice Box 17S. Kock Isiand, 111.
I will remove my Shop to
No. 1619 Second ave., week
ending April 12th.
A. BLACKTTATT. SMsPii,aker.
S. R. CL.0UGH,
The best of everything always on band at th
most reaonale price.
wnjTK OB RLACK HEARSE.
1 805 Second Ave., Rock Island.
P. CLOCGII. Maoagsr.
HAS PURCHASED THE
and baa reraoTctl to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tyileaolicl.i the tratle long enjoyed
bj hia predecessor and m many new
cusUNneis v. wUh to fTor him with
Imrrts eriuiunt tran.r,. i i.ii.. c
I aaoves all l-m.r4e. trelr,iww.i... l
I sate hy all Srv Oiuitir. I wr Maik fur aa ett.
I--J wm nrM narl Of Uf T w tr IM
la etaaaps by
KltVAKl All! UatrataJ, RlTTfK&Iff ilA irMaa
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pip, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fixe Brick, Etc.
Sole Agent for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We fwaraatea erery tree perfect, and will seni Co, ,
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties
Safety nesting Boilers and Contrar-fr- f .1
furnishing and laying Water, an'1
. Sewer Pipe.
2712 Fibs-t Atk .
Reck IsJaad, IlittK.i
Telephone 1144. ftewdetce'veler.bone lt
free of charge.
Kcck I-lakd, III
Bef Lunee eterv day fn,a ia to u.
EK constahtly na band.
FI. WER fT.;kF..
4 Bra-H Strret-
Conrad SrLm ijer' tr cery. R --k i
F. H. Mn t.r. Prest.
ts. 1. Mtira, Vice-l'r-s't.
F. H. l!vv S.Vy.
J. li. Iif.t.k. T.-u.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
K1HST NATIONAL HANK BCILDIN.
DAVENPORT, - - - IOWA.
IVrf.vt prrdeY-tlon. Ht'tlih-t burglart. tblevel
and fire with t Fire i.nd Burelar-i-ruiaf.
Naults and Ntft. Ia now (rrutrrl l rrtit
Safes In Iu Vault, with ei:lH-r cvnldnatioo tir
key MB'ka. The L h-L .J il,-. IT S
dirl.'trlit. ani under I lw enntnd ih. un...
Kwli safe cNitins a tin box in which U Una
ly Almiiun,trs, KiruUx Ginnl-
i-iMd i'ot.ilali I 1 .asa"
......a, ..t'iu.n-.t .i-wimi ar mil.,.? ucnrffl.
. .... : .e, ,lQ,,rnw rn, or
vl ratlPVra IS v 1 1 . a a lilit.la a..'. - . ra
Mainit Iter t!n fXaiiiiLuUK-a t4 i-mpcm. rt?
VfsM in nil 7akt a- a k.. . iaa mj. . "
" 'r'"S I'iriT. I"T nniim.
K-Nm for p---vav, m t tnmtv. if vm
re ohiu: to trvU tsili is tlw oulv t
- J V a 1 4iv ta a su Sliff
ami e our ..ults, hHiM-r u aWir.
faV-a I mw sv.
"HI V MUS
M. 1. KOHL.FS, (Vasoiiaav
The fit it coal shipped into thi market
from Mercer county waa from tbe minea
of R B. Eilia in tie fall of 1878. and
bence ft i Ten tbe name it still iiear. It If
well known tu he tbe best aolJ ia the
market, and other merclianta hare adnp.
ted tbe same name atd f.fferinc an in
ferior article for the genaine. Don't be
deceived, bat buy tbe pennine o-lehrated
Mercer coudIt coal of T. II Ella, on
Second avenue, oppteile 8t. Juarpb'i
church. The office has not been ii'tnnieil.
but ia there atltl. and la the only place in
toe maraet selling tbe old and Rfnuite
article. Telephone 1036.
A ale niece of lmad ta Cordova towaskia, Velaf
vest alf of tba soaUeast quarter of sectioa
Biaa ia fowasblp tweaty. aortb ranee. Iwa east.
a ill ba sola raaaa and oa easy terms. Forpaiw
in rmjHinr 11 w winreii
K. K. PAKMKNTItR, Aa-y at Law.
Jaa Sn-wta. Auck islaao. Ill
rroaapcly aad aeaUy sxecatea by la aaaoa Jo
08wdal atteauoa paid tm Coaweiclal wwk