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MEN AI CURIOUS.
They Like to Look at Pretty
Garments Women Wear.
KATE KEARNEY'S GOTHAM NOTES.
How Gauiblioc Take the Line of Lovell
dhi Out of tha Female. Face and Leave
the Countenance Marked by Creed and
Rulflslinea A Johnnie Squelched.
New York. April 8. Funny how things
change, isn't it There was a time when a
good grandmother used to say that gen Ho
rn en weren't supposed to know of. tha exist
ence of petticoato, but a man nowadays
would have to be absolutely blind if ha did
not wish to know not only of their existence
but to see them. Every bef rilled part of a
woman's uuderwear is displayed in the shop
windows, and man would be more than mor
tal if he didn't stop and gaze. There is some-
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THE PEEPISO TOM PASTIME.
thing wonderfully fascinating about the
pretty silk skirts, with their luce frills; the
ilk nndervets that look as if they were spuu
by the fairies, the brocaded or satin corsets
that are going to hug a pretty form as close
as possible, the long silk stockings nnd tha
little bifurcated affairs tlmt nreniadoof lawn
as an excuso for their frills and insertions of
lace and to allow a monogram to be put high
up near the belt.
One of the prettiest windows on Croadway
is full of these things, and out of every four
people standing in trout of it tcire are men,
and yet curiosity is said to le a feminine
vice! Who wears them Well, uuderwear
is like gowns in one respect, every well dress
ed woman has her peculiar fad about it. Some
body was telling me the other day that al
though Mrs. Kendal was such a well dressed
woman, she wore the most absolutely old
fashioned underwear imaginable. Silk vest,
then over it a muslin chemise, a flannel pet
ticoat, another heavy petticoat and white
corsets. I could only exclaim. Good gra
cious! All such belongings went out with
the hoopskirt. Fanny Davenport is lux
urious about her lingerie, usually weariug
silk undervest of rose or blue, luwn other
things, a silk petticoat and pale rose satin
corsets. Mrs. Langtry, who would spend
more money on a petticoat than many wo
men do on an entira outfit, had all her silk
lingerie como from Ke'i.t. She wore mauve
or rose colored silk w-im the three feathers of
the Prince of Wales and the intertwined L's
exquisitely embroidered ou each piece. In
color mauve or rose was given the prefer
ence. A FEMALE POSTER OAUE
The bifurcated affairs were very short,
very wide and tucked by hand above a trim
ming of lace. The chemise was of silk the
same color, cut out round and low, trimmed
with lace at the top and bottom, whilo the
petticoat was accordion plaited anil set on a
yoke so that there mijht be no extra fullness
about the waist. The corsets matched iu
color, and their peculiarity was, iu addition
to their being vpry long, that they were
closed in front and had two broad Iron bones
the full length, under faced with plush so
that tbey might not hurt the delicate skin.
They were laced ou in the back and kept at
the regular measurement every day. lis a
step in the right direction for women to wear
fewer underclothes and certainly nolody can
blame them for liking to have trio daintiest
and prettiest possible. With all these silk
suits, by the by, nightdresses to match and
having yokes and cuffs of point do Vonise
lace awaited the hour when my lady wished
to slumber, so that there could be no doubt
that she would look as beautiful then as dur
ing the day.
Speaking of Mrs. Langtry, there, seems to
be tome doubt as to whether Mr. Frederick
Oebbard is iu New York or In London. It is
first said that ho is here and then that he's
there. But if he is adorning New York by
his presence, he is doing what the darkies
THJE SQCELCUUtQ OP JOHNXEE.
call "lying low and chewing pokeroot." The
story goes that the Lily snubbed him in Lon
don, and that is not surprising. Freddy is a
fin looking fellow In a big, heavy, stupid
way, and any signs of intelligence ever ob
served about him were credited to tho coach
ing given bines by Sirs. Langtry. Not at all
bright naturally, he grow to know how to
ay courteous luinga from being so near a
clever woman, and nobody can believe for a
minute but that when she left this shore Lily
Langtry was very glad to gjt away from
him. Ho is of a sullen and suspicious temper
ament, ana it you have ever lived m the bouse
with a man like that you know how he can
nag. It seems very probable that there has
been an absolute break, and that lira. Lang
try has found consolation on the other sido
of the water.
The three quest ions of tho day that seem
most to trouble the average reporter are,
"Do women smoke I" "Do women drink V
Do women gambler They do all three,
and seem to enjoy all three with a keenness
that only comes from having forbidden fruit.
At a smart luncheon, tho other day, after
the greater number of the guests had de
parted, tbe hostess and a chosen few sat down
in a closed room to have a gome of poker.
They all smoked either Turkish or American
cigarettes, and each one of them had, beside
her pile of chips, a glass of something to
drink. Of the five who were playing, three
bad brandy ami soda, one whisky and ginger
ale, and tho other had a goblet filled every
now and then by a lcoker on with cham
pagne. The game was a pretty big one a i
dollar was the limit. The last handjretty
II I It TsV sF ! brat
nearly cleaned every'boGy out; and two wo'-
men, expert players, were lets aa ine oniy
ones. They were blonde and brunette they
bet and raised and bet and raised until the
pile got to be very nearly seventy-five) dol
The brunette said iu a very excited way,
"My dear, I advise you to stop betting, for
you can't beat my hand!" The blonde very
calmly said, "I dont want your advice !"
And she raised again. The brunette then
grew nervous and called her. One of the
outsiders said, "Now, for fun, let Mabel show
her hand first so that we may Bee the hand
that can't be beat." Proudly the brunette put
on the table a full hand kings high with
queens next. Quietly the blonde reached out
to take the pile, and with equal quietness she
showed four aces and a king. The pot was
hers. And all she said was, "I would have
bet all night on that band." Tbe brunette
was stayed with a little more whisky and
ginger ale, and the party only broke up in
time for them all to have a uap lefore they
met their liege lords at dinner.
Did you ever watch a woman gamble! The
more interested, she grows iu tho game the
more ber face loses its womanliness, and no
matter how lovely she may be, she looks a
picture only of greed and selfishness. Even
more thau on u man is the ill effect of gam
bling shown, aud a woman who wants to keep
a man's admiration ought never let bim see
her play poker.
The young man who frequents the stage
door of the theatres, who wears his lawn tie
twice around his throat and a watch in each
pocket with a fob hanging, was lately beau-
tifuliv suuulched by a woman who bad to
earn her living by the sweat of her inkstand.
He met ber at a reception given by one of the
most elegant women in New iork a recep
tion that was really exclusive, and where
Mrs. Dush was a welcome guest because ber
mother and the hostess had been schoolmates
aud frieuds liefore the daughter knew what
it was to have to go out iu the world aud face
the blast of adversity.
The ill bred Johnnie had been trought by
a friend, and was in reality a stranger iu this
set. He noticed Mrs. Dash, aud felt that he
could at least snub her, so walking up to her
he put out bis hand and said in a loud toue
"Ah! How do you do, Mrs. Dash? How did
you hai:ii to come berei" All the blue
blood in her veins grew very warm, aud.
raising her eyes, she looked at that daring
young nmu nnd suid, ''I was invited; weren't
youf ' The Johnnie turned and walked away
like a whipped cur, and the woman who
brought bun got a note from her hostess that
evening requesting her never again to bring
any one to her house without first sending
his name nnd asking permission. It was the
triumph of brain over brawn and of a bright
wormm over a cud. I;it you can always bet
two to i iij ou mo bright woman. Hasn't that
been your experienced Kate Keabn'KV.
STRKKT CAR SKKYIC K.
An Improved Kleelrle Hattery A r-
ranicrnii'ni That Itm be Tried Moon
In IVoria Hewer! jtl ve.
Capt. John Hall, the head of one ;f
the best struct railway lints of
Peoria, has secured the right to use on
his linos the Pcnnock Electric Battery,
which is sid to be the latest improve'
ment in electricity as a motive power.
Tbe Journal says of it:
It manufactures i:s power and its elec'
tricity without the aid of a steam engine,
without the use of a dynamo, with no
overhead wire and do unsightly poles.
Each cur ia independent of any other car
and of the central station. He can not
only manufacture bis electricity for mo
tive power, but also bis own electric
light?. Capt. Hall will at once put tbe
improved motors upon bis line and be
hopes to have them running by the 1st of
July. A car will be built as soon as pos
si (lo. the orders having been sent for its
construction. The motor car is not to
exceed 6,000 pounds in weight. The or
dinary car on the Central line weighs 13,
000. The first motor will be an indepen
dent motor as a test and will carry a train
of trailers hitched to it. The motive
power is so arranged that for ordinary
purposes, running on level ground and on
a Htraiht track one section of cells can be
used. Oq coming up to a curve or
C'ing up a hill where increased power
is needed, two, three four five or six
additional sections can be put on and the
power increased in that ratio. This an
plication is made by means of a switch
board and is instantaneous. By an au
tomatic airangement, after one section of
the cells have been used for a specified
time, another section is brought into
play, and the first section allowed to re-
cuperate. When the second section has
been used the same amount of time, the
automatic arrangement shifts to the third
section, and so on through the whole six
sections. By that time the first sections
have recuperated and come in use again.
In this way a car never runs out of pow
er, is always in condition, and each car
being perfectly independent of every
other car, it can run fast or slow to suit
itself, and a break-down in one car does
not stop any of the rest, nor is there a
central station where a whole road can
be paralyzed by the slipping of a belt,
nor can the breaking down of machin
ery disable the entire line. The power is
equally adaptable to lighting by incades-
cent light. The Sherman house in Chi
cago, is now lighted by this system.
'JO Magnus Johnson to John A Lin
burg, wj lots 5 and 6. block 1, Oak wood
ad. Moline, and part wj ej sei 31, 18,lw,
John Schneider to Adolph Schneider,
nj nei nwj, 3. 16. 3w, and nej swj and
n swj swj 34. 17, 3w. $3,250.
Wm II Webb to Henry T Moss, part
lot 1. block 18, Moline. $3,400.
30 Estate of Guslaf Jonsson. AE
Lofgren, Emil Dahlbeim and John Pe
terson appointed appraisers. Inventory
filed and approved,
May 1 Estate of August Bloomquist.
Relinquishment of widow's award filed.
The celebrated authoress, so highly es
teemed by the women of America, says
on pages 103 and 445 of her popular
work. "Eve's Daughters: or. Common
8enie for Maid. Wife and Mother:"
"For the aching back should it be
slow in recovering its normal strength
an Allcock's Porous Plaster is an excel
lent comforter, combining the sensation
of the sustained pressure of a strong
warm hand with certain tonic qualitiei
developed in the wearing. It should be
kept over the seat of uneasiness for sev
eral days in obstinate cases, for perhaps
"For pain in the back wear an Allcock's
Porous Plaster constantly, renewing as
it wears off. This is an "invaluable sup
port when the weight on the small of tbe
back becomes heavy and the aching in
cessant." Beware of imitations and do not be de
ceived by misrepresentation. Ask for
Allcock's and let no solicitation or ex
planation induce you to accept a substi
tute. Allcock's corn and bunion shields effect
quick and certain relief.
A Fanny 8aved isTwopsnet Earnsd.
A little Bozodont. used riffht alnnrs
every day costs but little trouble and ia
pieasant always, it saves years of suf
ferine from diseased eumi and tenth in
later davs. Its use ia economical nf time
and comfort. Use Sozodont.
Bedroom suites, folding beds, mats
tresses, pillows on the credit system, at
the Adams, 322 Brady street, Davenport.
In times of the late war much of the
light of other days came from a candle in I
FROM FOREIGN PARTS.
Anarchistic Cap-toe at Paris.
Paris, May 1. In the Faubourg St.
James last night the jwlice arrested three
Italians who have be n prominent in re
cent Anarchist movements. When the
police approached them the Anarchists
drew knives, whereup m the police drew
their Bwords. A scultle ensued, but the
Anarchists were overpowered and locked
up. One of the Anarchists arrested Tues- j
day had in his posst salon a manifesto,
showing that he and his friends intended
to devote themselves to sacking Danss
and Bhops in the rl which they had
planned for Way Day.
Oermuii Leaving; Russia by Keqnest.
Ixno May 1. Ti e result of the re
vival of the nobles in s rathera Russia has
been the voluntary emigration from that
region to America of upwards of 10,000
families of German birth or German ex
traction within the lasi two years. Many
of these emigrants have been officially
aided to leave the couutry, so strong Is the
national desire to rid ..he country of Ger
mans. Will Listen to the Working-men.
Paris, May 1. M. Floquet, president of
the chamber of deputies, has instructed
the quest or of the chamber to receive dep
utations of workmen vi ho come to present
theii grievance, when such deputations
are composed of not more than Ave per
sons, No deputation fi-om a street assem
bly, however, will be received.
Fight with Workmen at The Hague.
The Hague, May 1. A meeting of 4,0(kj
workingineii was held here last night to
agitate in favor of an e ght-hour day. As
the meeting was disersiiug the crowd
came into collision witii the police and iu
the tight which ensued several persons
were severely hurt by I lows from the olli
Farm Laborers Go Into the Strike.
IjON'Don, May 1. Tha farm laborers iu
east Prussia aud Prussian Galicia have
ceased work aud joined the general lnlor
agitation. To this step tbey were incited
bv the fsoeialists.
The Alarm Subsiding.
Vifsxa, May 1. Tho feeling of alarm
which has prevailed here during the last
two days is sulwiding. The labor journals
are uuauimouH iu apifaliiig to the work
ingmen to preserve onW.
Most of the Itlocers Women.
VlEXSA, May 1. Seventeen Anarchists
and rioters have been arrested at Frank-
stadt, Moravia. Most tt them are women,
Louise Michel Arrested.
I , r T M uv 1 T i . 1 1 1 u T 1 1 li ii ii U ah
rested nt Lyons yesterday. Three other
Anarchists were arret a witti ner.
AN UNWORTHY MASON.
Charged with Proourl ip Ills Rrethrens'
UitMrharge from I- mploymeut.
Is'DlANAPol.ls, May 1. The Kailroad
Conductors association is smarting under
the wholesale discharge of its members by
the lines centering here. Nearly all the
men discharged were M isons of the thirty
second degree, and it U claimed that their
discharge was brought about by a fellow
Alasou of the same degree, who traveled
over all the roads and siicceeded in gcttiuu
transportation!' giving the Masonic sigu
of distress. He proved afterward to be a
spotter Hnd reported -.'very man who
allowed him a favor. 1 he discharges fol
Mail Mad b n Murder.
Cul.fMtsrs, Ind., May 1. Yrs. John Gil
gour, aged years, v. l ose husband was
shot dead with a musket at Yadisou, Ind.,
Jan. 2 last by I-.-mder Henderson, now
serving a tifteen-yenr sentence in state
prison, has lieen taken t the insane asy
lum at Indianapolis, v here she will be
carefully guarded, huvj ig lost her reason
at the time of the nil rder. She was a
beautiful brunette with raven hair. To-
dav her hair is white as snow.
Ten Workmen seriously Hurt.
Chicago, May 1. An iiisecnre scaffolding
on the new ice house Wing erected at the
stock yards for Swift &: Co., gave way yes
terday and precipitated ten workmen to
the ground, a distance or" thirty feet. All
were injured more or I ss seriously, and
two of ihem, Ilerniau Kaufman mid John
Gregor, will probably die.
Whittled a Shotgun Cartridge
1'itAWFoRnsviI.I.E, Ind.. May 1. William
Touiliuson, a prominent citizeu of Linden,
Monday discharged a shotgun cartridge by
picking it with his knife, lie knocked the
cap off and an explosion followed, tli
shock of which caused his death.
Statu of Ohio, City of Toledo, (
Lucas Co jntt. 8S
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of tie firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing fetidness in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid.and
that said firm will pay tbe sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot l cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frakk J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th tlt.y of December,
A. I.. lsea.
A. W. Oleasoh,
, Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
A short method of measuring timber is
We Caution All Aral ott Them.
The unprecendented success and merit
of Ely's Cream Balm a sure cure for ca
tarrh, bay fever and cold in the head
has induced many adventurers to place
catarrh medicines bearicg some resem
blance in appearance, style or name upon
tbe market, in order to trade upon the
reputation of Ely's Cream Balm. Don't
be deceived. Buy only Ely's Cream
Balm. Many in your immediate locality
will testify in highest commendation of
it. A particle is applied into each nos
tril; no pain; agreeable to use. Price 50c.
The Maine lime industry is slack so
they want a tariff duty.
In the pursuit of the g oa things of
his world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtain d from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover 1 onic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It U a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure euro for ague and
malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of
Many New York policemen are aUe to
feather their nests finely, which entitles
them to the appellation "one of the
noME seekers' excursions
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q.
railroad, will sell from principal stations
on its lines, on Tuesdays, April 22 d and
May 20th, home seekers' excursion tick
ets at half rates to points In the farming
regions of tbe west, southwest and north
west. For tickets and further informa
tion concerning these excursions call on
your nearest C, B. & Q ticket agent, or
address P. 8. Ecsna, Gn. Psi. and
Ticket agent, Chicago. 111.'
Most complexion powdei a have a vul
gar glare, but Pozzoni's is it true beauti
fier, whose effects are lasting.
The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish yon
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Inland.
Surety on 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 to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent,
Rock Island, 111.
There are some circles where it is only
the man with the income that can come
To Servoas Debilitated Men.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye s celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afllicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on a trial.
Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
A short ttop: Refusing to lend any
Who of ub are wnnout trouble be tbey
small or large? The blessings of beailh
are best appreciated when we are eich
and in pain. A hacking cough, a severk
cold, or any tbroat or lung disease are
very troublesome; but all of these may be
quickly and permanently cured by Ur
Bigelow's Cure. Safe and pleasant for
children . Price oil cents.
R 8AI.E A cood Feint v Horse and Buit'-'V
Enquire head of Twenty-sixth street. !!
R SALE A SIDE BOARD Ftlack Walnut
with marble lop; inquire at 112b Second ave,
ANTED To buy a meriinm sized necona
baud desk; address X Y Z, care of Aho('.
QlECOXD-HANO FURNITURE, bnnvht. cold
Ow exchanged. Money loaned or Furuinire
tor q at bawl econ1 street. Iiavenport.
"COR SALE VALUABLE rATENT 1M
J. provetnent oo Elevators. Now in operation at
Mar 1 tnisluni: W oris, m.ia Hamilton M.. f inlana,
Pa; preserves life and limb; for tull portirulars
apply to KUHT J. w Al.K tt K. Inventor
TTTANTKD HARNESS MAKERS MOLIN K
W Harness Co., Tweuty-Drst Street and Second
evenne. tv st
TT7ANTa.D. Kl hST-O'LAS.S TRAVELING
W ralcamen at once for Illinois ai d Iowa. D.
R. Ingereoll & Co., 83J aud &!S Dearborn St. Chi
cago, in. ICD--J7
TTTANTKD A KKLI AMI. E PERSON IN IfOt K
VV Island and every town in this locality to dis
tribute circulars; for particular send references
and address. T. N. Crowley, 6J6 Main St, Tere
Haute. Indiana. -
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific "Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
Icy Medical Inst itnte. South Bend Ind.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
worthy, 1725 Second Avenue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank Building. Rock Island, 111.
E. D. gWEKNET.
C. L. WALKER.
SVYIEXEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Grace iu Beugston's block. Rock island. III.
McEMRY & MfEMKY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on vond
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers. Office In Postottice block.
THE DAILY AW, IS.
?OR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton's
Newsstand. Five cents per copy.
DKS. KUTIIEbFORD & ltUTLEIl,
(1RADCATES OF THE ONTARIO VETEKN A
Iry college, Vetemary Physicians anp Surgeons.
Office: Tindall'a Livery staide; Rcsiduuce: ovrt
Asiers Bakery, market square.
W. A- GUTHRIE,
(Successor to Outhric & Collins)
Plans and estimates furnished. A specinlty
made of fine work. All orders attended to
promptly and satisfaction guaranteed.
tyOtllre and ahup No. IBIrt Third avenue.
WM. 0. KULPiD. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED To
Rjioma Sti, 37, 23 aud 39,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, I A.
THE MOLINE SAVIN8S BAKK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MOLINE. - ILLS.
Open dally from tt A. M. to 3 P. M , and on Tues
day aud Saturday Evenings from 7 to
Interest allowed on Desposlts at tbe rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
tl and Upwards.
The private property of the Trustees ia respon
sible to the depositors. The officers are prohibi
ted from borrowlag any of Its moneys. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
OrFiciB: H. W. Wheelock, President; Por
ter Skinner, Vice President; C. V. Uemenwat,
Trustees: S. W. Wheelock, Porter Skinner,
C. K. Homenway, J. Silas Leas, U. II. Edwards.
Hiram Darling, A. 8. W right, J. S. Keator, L.
II. Hemenway, C. Vlttthum.
t0 Tbe only chartered Havings Bank In Rock
AWNINGS, TENTS, ETC.
Man ifactnrcr of
Wagon and all klnda of
Office and Factory 306 Harrison street.
DAVENPORT. I A.
R. R. TICKET
Reduced Bates to all Points.
OFFICE -In Adams Express Office under
BOLE AGENT FOR
Toe Pope Mfg. Co.'s Bicycles. Ladies and
Children's Bicycles a specialty.
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
procured. Increase all other soldiers' claims
1000164. Write us about your case. Room 4,
etropolitan block, Chicago, III.
To sell oar good by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers in
oar line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising,
etc For rerms address
GXHXXS1IIAI. KFQ. CO.. Chicago, 111.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island Cocbtt, (- ".
In the Circuit Court to the Mav term. 1S90.
Monltoa Knole Jennie M. Gallagher, John K.
Mies. Angel! M. N. Carpenter and Blartba C
John M. Gould, lfred Williams and Charles R.
Ainvwortn, executors or tbe last will ana testa
ment of Robert Knowles, deceased, John 8.
Gillmore and Jamca W. Atkinson, execntora of
the last will and testament of Ann Wa'la K 8.
Knowles, deeraaed, Charles L. Morgan, Chicago
Theological Seminary, an Illinois corporation,
Illinois Home Miasi. nary Society, an Illinois
corpoiation. Port Byron Academy, an Illinois
corporation. Young Men's Chiistian Associa
tion nf Moline, Illinois, an Illinois corpora
tion, Horatio N. P. Small, Martha E. Waeener,
Ib-ttie M. Small, Gertie B. Small. Mamie B.
Small, James Grant Small, Chxrlca H. Lnnt,
Jane S. Atkinson, Cbarlea II. Deere and Pitt
Affidavit having been filed in the office of the
e'erk of said circuit court that tbe said defen
dants, Horatio JM. P. fmal., Martha E. Waircner,
HattleM. Small, James Grant Small, Charles U.
L'int and Pitt Emory are non-residents, and each
of them is a non-resident of said stato of Illinois,
notice is therefore hereby ;lven Ihat the said com
plainants filed their bill of complaint in sa d
court, on the chancery side theieof. on the 8Mb
day of March, A. I). 189(1. and tlierenpon a sum
mons i-sueu ont or sum court in saiu cause re
turnable on the Hist Monday in May, 1890, next,
as is by law required, Ihe same being the first day
of the next succeeding term of said court.
Now. unless yon. the said non resident defen
dants ubove named, and each of yon, shall, per
sonally be and appear before said court on said
first Monday in Mar, lb90. next, and plead, an
tiweror demnr to the said bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and things therein ehnreed
and stated will be tnken as confessed by and
against yon and stu b of you as do not appear as
aforesaid and a decree entered against you ac
cording to the prayer of snld bill.
Rock Island, ill.. Murch . lnW.
GEO. W. ii AMBLE,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Et'OKNR I.f.wh and Aiik Pleasants, Coin
STATE OF ILLINOIS I
Koyfc Island Coi'nty, j"
In the Circuit Court.
Louis Merchant vs. Christina Trivirse, Abraham
.Merchant, Albert Nelson, Mary Merchant,
Susan Learv, E. N. Merchant, Mnry Zahniser,
Klizabttli Simpson, Jessie Smith, Sarnh A. Mc
Clellan, Bird Smrh, Aon'e Snyder, Phebe
Smith, Lucinila Silveris. Mary Ktla Miller,
.lulls Smith, William M. Cnll. LJ.zie Fyffe,
Minnie M Crill, Louise Horner, Eva A. Wheeler,
A bert Merchant. James Nelson.
Aftidaut having been filed in the office of the
clerk of said circuit conn that the said defen
dants and each of them are non-residents of said
slate of Illinois, rotice is therefore hereby given
that the said complainant tiled Ida bill of com
pliant in said court ou the chancery side thereof
on the iWd day of August, A. I) , Inns, and there
upon a summons Wsoed out of safd court. In fald
cause, returnable on the first Monday In Septem
ber, A. D. 1H.S8, t Is by lnv required, the same
heing th-- first day of Ihe mxt succeeding term of
ow unless yon, tho S'.id defendants above
named, and each of you shall pcr-onally be and ap
pear b; fore said circuit ctnrton the first Monday
in May. 1S'..I next, and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of compWint, the same
and the mailers and things therein charged aud
slated, will be taken as confeswd by ami agains.
snch of von as do not appear as aforesaid, and a
decree entered against you according to the prayer
of said hill.
Hock Island, III . Mnrch ?fi, 1S10
UKuKi.K W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Atmir Pi.kahants, I'rwntil'iliiHiits solicitor
alk ok Heal Estate
TO PAV DL BTS.
STATE OK ILLINOIS,
Rock Island CorsTV. f
In the Conoty Coi n to the Apr!) term. 190.
Adiir Pleasant i. Administrator le bonis nmi of the
estate of Margaret Donahue, dec -ased. vs Red
mond Donahue and Julia Djiianuc Sale of Real
'stte to pay debls.
AHidKVit having been filed by the petitioner.
Adair i'leassntv, that smd defendant, Redmond
Donahue, resides r.ut of t is state, notice is there
fore bcrcby given to said K dniond Donahue that
snid Adair i'ieasants bas filed his petition in Slid
court praying for an order to sell the following
described rej-1 estate situate in sai l county, to wit :
Lots twelve (IS) Bid thirteen tl3i in Dickson &
Y'oniig'sadditionto the town of Milan, to pay the
debts and claims agnin-t said estate and thai sum
mons in said ca se has been issued rclutnHhle to
J the next term of said court lobe holdeu in suid city
of hock Ishindon the first Mondavof April, IS).
I Now. niilfss von th Iti'dttmnri ILtntihi-ft
shall appear before said court on the first day of
the MHy term thereof to be hold n on the first
Monday nf May. lsWn, and i linl. answer or demur
to the aid pel it ion the same and the allegations
therein will lKt:iken as confessed by you and an
order entered iu accordn: ce with Ihe pravr of
suidpclhiou. i;, A DONALDSON,
Clerk of the said Court.
Rock Island. Ill .March 80. lS'JU.
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Settled proposals will be received at the City
Clerk's office. Rock I-land. Ill , until Monday
tne am day ot May. A. u. is.i. at h o clock p. m.
for the cons: ruction of a lile sea-er as ordered by
au ordinance of said city entitled "An ord nmce
for tile construction of a sewer on Twenty-fourth
street from Eighth evri.ue to Fourth avcn:icwitb
lateral brunches on Seventh, Sixth, Fifih-aud-a-half
and Kifrhaventies to Twenty-sixth street,"
passed Marr 8. 1W I. and for furnishing the mate
rial and doing the work according to the ausaud
The said improvement nint be constructed,
and the mnU-rial therefor furnished uni-ct be in
accordance with the plun and specifications for
said improvements on tile in the said city clerk s
oftice, at which satd offi -e. s-iid plans unit su-cifi-catlous
are ojhmi to the inspection of all persons
All bid must be acrompanied with a certified
check in the sum of One llunilred Dollars, paya
ble to the order of tbe city treasurer uf said city,
which shall become forfeited lo said cily in case
the bidder shall fail toenteriuto contract, tmh a
proved sureties, to execute Ihe work for the price
mentioned in tne bid, and according to the plans
and sHjeificalion, in the Cieullli.it the contact
should be awarded lo him.
Blank bids will be fiirui-dicd on application at
the city clerk's office. All bidder- and o:her
persons may attend at the opening of said bids.
The right to reiect any and all bids orproK
aals received is hereby expressly reserved
ROBERT KuKULKK. City Clerk.
Daied this nth day of Annl. ly.si
'O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
STATE OF ILLNOIS, I
Rock Island Couuly, i'HS-
In the County Court, to the May Term, A 5.
To all persons concerned : l'ul'.lic initio- is hereby
given that the undersigned, gimrihnii of Poriur Mc
Creery, Roliert L. MeCrccry and M il lain Me
Creery. minors, bus tiied In the otlice of the clerk
of the conn'y court of Lock 1-innd county and
stale of Illinois, a petition for an orner for tlie su e
ot the followiiiL- de-criln-d real estate hclongiui: to
satu minors sitnaieil in ihe rouutv of Ris k Island
and atate of Illinois, and described aa follows, to
wlt: The undivided tlin-c-fourteentlis (."i ll) of Ihe
northeast quarter of the southeast vuarler
i) of section ten, (111). In township sixteen, (Nil,
north raufe one (1) west of the fourth principal
meridian, aud tat said petit ion will tie beard ou
the first day of ;lie Slav trriu. A. I, 1S. or as
soon thereafter a- counsel may be heard. At
which tlmo and place yon can appear and object to
said petition II vou see lit so to do.
Dated Rock Uland. Anril 7th, lH'.xl
HUBERT D. McCREKRY,
Onardian of Porter AlcCreery, Roliert 1). Mc-
Creery and William McCieery. minors.
Jackson & Ill'RsT. Attorneys.
Rids are requested for the material and laving
oi a sidewalk through Spencer pmre, acrorUiu.
lo ihe plan of the square improvement iu my of-
n ce, au uiiisu- o ueuvereu 10 me oy noon ol Hay
l'th inat., the bid to stale when the work will be
Rids will be received cither for a tile, h ick,
asphalt or cement walk; bids for a brick walk
must be for brick laid on edge, herring bone style ;
the material for the foundation of the walk will
be furnished by the city.
Bids are also solicited within the time above
named for a atone coping of blue 11 il ford alone
around the fountain baslu lu Spencer square
The specifications fr this work are to be seen at
my office. The material and labor for above io be
first quality. A 1 hid are subject toacceptauc- or
rejection by the city council.
Rock Island, May 1-t. J"M,
WM. JACKS N, Park Com
Estate of Rosina Hansliaw, deceased.
The undnrs'gnod having been appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of Rosina Unnshaw late
of the county of Roc Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Rock Island county, at
the otlice of the clerk of said court, in the city of
Hock Island, at the June term, on the first
Monday in June next, at which time all
persons having claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adiusted. All persons indebted
to said estate-are requested to make immediate
payment to the understated.
Dated this 10th day of April, A. D. 1890.
AMELIA AN'uEitMON, Administratrix.
Jackson A Hkrst. Attorneys. d8w
The First National hank of Rock Island. (Ills..)
located at Rock Island, in tbe atate of Illinois, ta
closing np its atralrs. All note holders aud o hers,
creditors of said Association, are therefore hereby
notified to present the notes and otber claims
against the Association for payment.
P. L. MITCHELL, President.
Dated April 19. 1SW
Notice i hereby given, that the nmlersigned
baa been appointed assignee of Abram Loeh. and
all persons holding any claim or claims agiiatet
said Abram Loeb are hereby notified to prea nt
the same to him under oath or affirmation witt n
three month, from this date, whether said claims
are due or not. All persons indebted to said as
signor are requested to. make prompt payment of
Dated March 4th. 1890.
UENKV P. HULL, Assignee.
nun H4 1IM. I ("J
COS. WASH. 84 ATE.
V CH mam aVMMpMIM Ilk TTnA
IIIIA1 WU a a a f " -v , r-i
to guarantee radical cares in Chronic-
tbroat, no-e. skin, kidneys, bladder
and kindred organa. Gravel and stric
ture cured without pain or cutting.
rpkAa whn MntffTinlate POlTll? tO
Hot Springs for the treatment of any
private or oioou aiseacBcn uvvuivu
I AniCCBy this treatment a
L.ALVIC. O inv.l nm,litinn. free
from sallowness, freckles, eruptions.
etc- orlll'ant eyes ana peneci ncnim
can be had. "That "tired feel
ing" and all female weakness prompt
ly eared. Bloating, headaches, Ner-
TO , . . mmA KlirliMiaa.
Ovarian troubles. Inflammation and Ulceration.
Falling and displacements, epinai vcunen iou
( hauge of Life. Consult tbe old doctor.
aj r- q- I I Q Physical and Organic weak
WCn YUUO) ness, premature decay, evil
forebodings, self -distrust, impaired memory, pal-
<atton of the heart, pimplea on the face, specks
nforethe EYE, ringing in tbe ear. catarrh,
threatened consumption and every disqualifica
tion that renders marriage improper ar.d unhappy
SPEEDILY and PERMANENTLY cured.
BLOOD AND SKIN SrSST-i
horrible In Its result completely eradicated
withont tbe nse of mercury. Scrofula, Eryslpe
18. Fever So es, Blmches. Pin pies. Ulcers, jmtn
in the Head and Bones, Syphiltic sore Throat and
ToDgne, Ulandular enlargement of the Neck,
Rheumatism, etc., cured when others have failed,
pi I DTI IDC Cured without pain or blnd-
iwiu rmce from Business,
IIDIMADV ear-Recently contracted or
UniriAriT. chronic diseases POSITIVELY
cured in S to H days by a local remedy. So nau
seous drugs need. Medicines mailed or express
ed to any address free from observation. Char-
fes fair. Terms Cash. Book and question list
Dc. A friendly talk costs nothing.
HOURS: 10a. m. to tt m.,t to 8 and 7 to 8 p.m.
Sunday: 2 to g p. m.
2 Wash. Av. S. MINNEAPOLIS, KIRN-
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past two months he has successfully
of Ihe most severe character. Below he gives the
n-iraes ot a few that be bas successfully treated.
wlu are well known, that live in Davenport and
J. H. Harrison. Rock Island county, Mra. A. J.
Mrsoti, heart disease.
Miss Anna Davia, F. A. Ptearns, scrofula.
I'harle Gordon, Hrnry Wineberg. rhemaiism,
Mm. Anna Welsh, neuralgia.
Mm. L. A. Cowen. Geo. Aryan!, E. L. Smith,
Jennie waynerry, Mary snerbiue, A.li. Ibomp-
son, teniaie ais.iascs.
These are a few of the many rases he r.as snc
refsfully tieated. r-ut tbey are enough ta show
what can be done by one who thoroughly under
stand" the cause of disease.
t'jf'Loss o' Manhood, Seminal Weakness, and
Errors of Youth, positively and permanently
pCases successfully treated by correspon
dence, correspondence accompanied by 4c
in stamps promptly answered.
t dice McOnllongh's New Elock.
W. Third Street, near Main,
Dr. IZhn Dyk'S
IF NOT, TRY IT.
HARTZ 4 llAHNSFA, Wholrsalr Ai-ruts.
HARTZ v BAHNSEN.
Wholesale A -feu Is, Hck Islat d.
John Volk & Co.,
-GETTER A L-
Sash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth Si., bet fbird and Fonrtb ave ,
8. wtx no.
. LK Vacuo.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and lir porters of-
(removed to new quarters)
Noa. 1616 and 1618
- BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
No. 326 Brady Street, Davenport,
HAS a choice selection of
Uoods delivered to all parts of the three cities free of charge.
Proprietor of Brady Street
AU kinds of CUT FLOWERS conetabtly on band.
GREKKIIOCSES. FLWF.U sT i f
One Block North of Ontral Park. 4S Rnniv S r- -
The lareeet in Iowa. DAVENPL'BT. U WA
P. W. HERLITZKA.
No. 229 Twentieth Street, next to
BOOTS AND. SHOES,
Made In the lntcft style. Also tepairing done with neatnesa and di'pati h.
JT. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Aviuc.
Brick and Stone M&son.
Residence 810 Twenty-first St., Yarl near St. Paul dr-;-!.
fT" Estimates fnrnifted f. r all clashes of brick or stone work I avini; nf brick and ti ..
a specialty. Adnress Postoflice Box 17a, Uock Island, 111.
Manufacturer of all kinds ot
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gentf" Kiee Shoes ary.rialtv. Kepairinpuone neatly and prorept'y at loweat pme
A share of v. l r pi.tronai:e rrrpn-tfully solicited.
16J8 Second Avenue. Rjk Island. 1
S. R. ULOUGH,
The best of eve-yihin? alw.iv on Land at tba
moat reasonable price.
WDITK OK RLACK 1IKAKSK.
1805 Seeoud Ave., Rock Island.
F. CLOCGH, Manager.
J. M. BUFORD,
Tkw Old Firs and Time trtee: Connael
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
latoaa low as any reliable raa-ay
Ptronan W N:loU4
wm o ta iryw Wot,
5!? 'JL CASH Ofdtn during our 30-
1 rnivB gnLi
r i o
I I o
e -1 CM
. DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Vat-kino;.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etr
Sole Agents for
f;M DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
, ' :i 01 n I it rrr n i i mnm . ,
oiuni rttu lubkiuaiuhS
cnarantee every one perfect, and will
Twenty day's trial, to responsible pa.
ti r,.:i i
tuiuinuiu nuu iojiuk Bier, alMl
1712 First Ayr..
Uoek Islanil, I t.,',..
Telephone 114H. Keldei ce 1 el.-; t.( .
Conrad Schneider's grocery. R. tk ;
F. H. Miller. I'r,'L
S. K. SaiTJ, Vicl"r.-'J.
i" H. i: vv
J. It. Kill.-.:
SAFETY DEPOSIT v.
niLT NATIONAL, B.VXU BCIULNt .
DAVENFGET, - - - IO. .
1'erf.i t I'Mtwtion .
m:iI lire with il i
Vanity 11:1,1 S.t,- I
-iui 1'iirlaiv tli!
.re ;u.I ltutviar I
Ir-w l'-ei;ire,l t :
Sile in lis V;.u;!n, v.Uil cither cx.ml.in.tt i
'ks. ine of s;i.- a-
dinen-nt. and un.ii-r llm eonli.d .f l!i.' t.
lu-li s-ile -i)t:tiii-s :j tin Ihi ::i v.hi. ii t '
a!naltie ja-t su-li Mi--.n,n)-LUoiiH
.uiU-l l-r Ailmiiii-intm, K.t utor, i.
ti!i, t'upitA'.iMN. M..ITUU .r single W
ranner. Mevt.Kines Trarelins;
Siraiuers havlni; :il.t:il.!-s. i'i.t:tl i.;
r-ioins t..r tise e:ifiiimtj..a ( pj.i.
.i!ein all si-. laiiL-.us: in tirev, ivr an:,
from Three Ihtll.ir-i up t. Thutv I.ll.lr
cor.lllist lo we an.! l.i--:iti..iL 'AI,
Itoom lor pnekaues. Imi,- r truuki li
are ptMiic to travel, this i-i Hie onlv ,Uee ..!
H.ltlle s.ilety ill tlie three eiu.-s or Joal .
and other valathh-i. 4'Iihil'.- rea-.:..i
Call and v- our Vault, Whether you d--.
M. J. ItOHLFS, Curt-i
IIA3 PURCHASED THE
&q1 has remored to
Third Are., and Tenth St.
tyile solid s the trade long enj..ye i
bj hii predecessor and as ma,ny m
customers &r wish to favor him
The flist coal shipped into this ruarUt
from Mercer county was from the n.in.s
of R B. Ellis in tbe fall of 1876, i i
hence given tbe nme it still besrs. I; is
well known to be the best sold in H e
market, and otber merchants Lave adap
ted tbe same nstne and offering an in
ferior article'for tbe genuine. D.m'i I
deceived, but boy the genuine celebraiol
Mercer county coal of T. II Eili. ij
Second VenUA nnnn.lu fit l..rh'.
church. The office has not been renioye.1.
nut is were still, and is the only plare in
the market selling tbe old and Recti;; e
article. Telephone 1036.
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I momail lntf, rrs,-kU- oa-f dtL.taiK-ri- r
"J unH-ittiilrtirvru r xnj
' JOB PRINTING
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Promptly ai d neatly executed by tbe or !
miri attention U- 'ttm err'1 "
.y t fmn-i
to at Ot P-l'rtWEI.La-.1
BtrasAU 0 rreJ
t-irettt), wbere odvet
tiAua' coatraota may
bs mods ioc it ta