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THE HOCK ISLAND AKGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1890.
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My heart Is far away to-night
Beyond the blue of the southern I
Where the world lies wrapped in mystic light
And the red rose sighs in the hash ot night
To her ardent lover, the breeze;
Where the pale acacia trembles and showers
Its petals of perfumed snow on the stream
That hurries over its rock brown bed;
Where the jasmine lifts its golden head
And the poppies nod and dream; i
Where the purple foxglove hides the bee
That drowBily, heavily drones and hums;
Where the silvery waves break on the sand.
And the sea nymphs dance on the coral strand
When the hour of midnight comes.
And 1 see his face, and I hear his voice
My prince, with the shining soul lit eyes
And I foel his arms about me twine.
And the warmth of his perfect lips on mine,
'Neath the dusk ot the southern skies.
And, ohl I am sad and lone to-night.
And my heart is full of a lingering pain.
And I list where the lilies breathe and move
For the tender, passionate whisper of love
I shall never hear again.
Lilian Cleveland In Washington Post.
HANDSOME AND FAMOUS
WOMEN OF WASHINGTON KNOWN
FOR THEIR BEAUTY.
Three Comely Girl, Matt le Mitchell, Kate
Peering and Mattie Thompson Three
Personable Matrons, Mrs. Ia P. Morton,
Mrs. Russell Harrison, Mrs. J. MrIonald.
Copyright by American Press Association.
It is an easy tusk to name the cleverest,
the wittiest or the best gowned woman in
Washington, for all will afjree that Mrs.
James G Blaine is the first, Mrs. Robert
Roberta Ilitt the second and Mrs. L. P.
Morton the third, but the fairest woman
the world will have to !e the Paris of that
contest, for the capital hjjs the cream of
woman's loveliness from every clime. There
are two Miss Mitchell and Miss Letter
who are almost as famous for their beauty
as Nellie IlazeltineorSallie Ward, and they
have gained their repute in many a difficult
field Miss loiter in Washington, New
York, Newport and Paris, and Miss Mitch
ell in Washington and Paris. Both have
been out three or four seasons, but the dis
pute over their rival claims is as heated as
at their presentation.
"The loveliest? Miss Leiter, sans doute,"
says the foreigner, who has an eye to her
"There can. be no question of Mattie
Mitchell's superior beauty," is the decisive
answer of those who do not hear the clink
of money, and in proof of it they point to
her as she looks in a ballroom in a pose she
often takes, that of sitting on a low divau
and turning her adorable face upward to
the gallants who bend over her. When
she is at her best she wears a gown of helio
trope and silver in which the Uep tone of
the violet is shown in the cincture about
the waist. It is drawn from the shoulder
points and caught by a star of pearl t hreads
at the curve of the white bust. A similar
star is fastened in the hair just aliove the
center of the forehead. Her hair is a dark
aml)er and her ejfca violet. There are dim
ples in the round cheeks and other dimples
at the corner of the mouth when she
smiles, which she does often in an insou
ciant fashion, as though the incense of the
world was sweet in the nostrils, which tilt
a little and jjive the baby face its one touch
But the wonder of her beauty wffiat she
never looks disturbed, even in the stifling
atmosphere of a ball room. Ot her girls
may make those furtive little rubs about
the nose and forehead which mean a "dry
wash," but she will sit as cool as a lily of
the valley in its chosen spot on the north
side of the house. But she is short, and
one is always disappointed in her when she
rises. Not dumpy short, for her form is as
shapely as her face, but of a height that
girls much leas pretty look queenly beside
Miss Inciter is seen to best advantage
standing, for she is live feet eight and one
half inches in height, but some marvelous
training has taught her how to manage
length of limb aud arm. Her face is fault
lessly oval, her eyes brown and of that long
narrowness which makes full eyes seem
staring. Her brows are black and of even
heaviness, and at either side of the fore
head the slender veins show through the
olive skin. She wears her black haircoiled
lengthwise from just below the crown of
her heat! tothe nape of the neck, and nearly
always, after the manner of the hapless
Ophelia, wears a chaplet of flowers about it,
and sometimes ventures on a wreath of red
cherries and shining leaves. There seems
to be some magnetism about the girl, for
every eye follows her as she passes through
a ball room. Miai Mitchell was too short.
Miss Leiter is too thin, in spite of the fact
that she suffers the massageur to knead
her every morning in order to put cushions
on the collar bones and round out the all
too slender arms.
Washington society has been slowly bow
ing the knee to a maiden who came into its
midst unheralded. She is not the daugh
ter of a senator or high official, nor is she
surrounded by the. aristocratic barriers
which the resident society and the army
and navy circles build about their daugh
ters. She is Mattie Thompson, Col. Phil
Thompson's (the Kentuckian's) daughter.
and she gloriously proves old Kentucky's
claim to the haudsoiufst women and finest
horses. She has been chaperoned two win
ters by Mrs. .lohn U. Carlisle and the gay
Kentucky colony, and has been more uni
versally admired than any of the new beau
ties. Her great beauty is in her complex
ion, which tsa nniforrn pink from the tiny
i vrysar r.n its. r
earsToThe Ishaply arms, glowing "Into one
depth of res in her cheeks. Her eyes are
brown and 'with a fullness of laughter in
them, her nose fine and small, and she has
a slow, sweet smile that makes her the bon
niest creature in a room full of fair ones.
She dresses with originality; and one of her
gowns is a pink mist of crepe in which doz
ens of coal black swallows genuine birds
The next beauties we will catch on a can
ter. The one is blonde, rosy, patrician, and
sits her horse with the erectnessof an Eng
lish woman. The other is almost as brown
as fallen oak leaves and with a spirited
bearing that makes her slender black horse
seem tame. They are Miss Minnie Wana
maker and her- friend, Kattv Deering,
daughter of a navy officer. Miss Wana
raaker has been often described, but Miss
Deering, although confessedly a girl of the
most unusual beauty, has rarely been men
tioned. She was born in Maine, but one
would as soon think of Heine's palm tree
growing on the barren soil of the pine tree
as the glowing, tropical beauty springing
m?:s. levi r. mokton.
from thot far northern state. She is very
tall, slight, and one can fancy her as a girl
of 14 m.-ule tip of awkwardness and eyes.
The eyes are still there, but not t lie, awk
wardness. They are as large as an Anda
lu.fian girl's, but narrower, and she has a
trick of letting the light filter up in. h slant
ing fashion through the long, black lashes.
She understands the art of dressing her
dark beauty and oftenest wears datTodil
yellow, with a golden fillet in her black
hair or glowing Venetian red.
But when Mrs. Morton is in a ball room
she attracts more eyes than the rosiest
debutante. She must have been of rare
lieauty in her girlhood days, for few lassies
of this day will be as regal looking as she
twenty years from now. Her eyes are dark
brown, her skin of a wonderful satiny text
ure, and her hair white, blanched by suf
fering, not by age. Of her live daughters,
the second one, lxna, inherits her lieauty
in the fullest degree.
Of the younger matrons, Mrs. Russell
Harrison is one of the most tienutiful. Mrs.
IrfSSKt I. H AUIMSON.
Harrison blue eyes, which have the
rare quality of dilating and appearing
almost black under excitement, lierhair
is tawny, her skin w.irm and full of color,
and there is ulways u little touch of expect
Hucy about her face that is charming.
Two picturesque, although nut strictly
beautiful, women are Mrs. Wilmerding,
Secretary Tracy's onlv daughter, and her
friend. Mrs. T. B. M". Mason. Mrs. Wil
merding is tall and of peculiar grace of
Mrs. Mason is slight and tall and always
looks the most distinguished woman in any
room because of her heavy blonde hair,
which she wears in a fashion few women
attempt in wide plaits, closely shaping the
Lead from the forehead to the nape of the
Matthew Arnold five years ago pro
nounced Mrs. Joseph McDonald the most
beautiful woman in America. She is one
of the few women who have received the
unqualified admiration of every woman
who has seen her.
MliS. JOSEPH M'DOXALD.
There are n mother and daughter here who
are an exquisite pair. They are Mrs. Elliott
F. Coues, the divorced wife of the theoso
phist. Dr. Coues, and her l!J-year-old daugh
ter. Both are fair, slender and a-st hetic,
but the daughter's face is joyous and the
mother's wofully Kid.
CAKOLIXE SlFTOJf I'ElTEIi.
Why the Jiejp-o Is l'.lack.
A professor of Johns Hopkins university
has an original theory to account for ra
color. He attributes the color of the negro
to the deficiency of oxygen in thewarm air
he has breathed. This causes a weaker
respiration, and a deposit of carbon Is made
under the skin, just as a chimney with a
defective draft is choked with soot.
There are lfl.OOO bands of hope nnd juve
nile temperance societies in the United
Kingdom, with nearly 2,01)0,000 memliera.
The Scottish union includes 600 societies
and 130,000 members.
Baware of Ointments far Catarru That Contain
as mercury wi'.l surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the whole
system when entering it through the mu
cous surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio., contains
no mercury, and is taken internally, and
acts directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine.
It is taken internally and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F; J . Cheney & Co.
HTSold by druggists, price 75c per
Who of us are witnout trouble be tbey
small or .large? The blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in pain. A backing cough, a severk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
eery troublesome; but all of these may be
quickly and permanently cured by Dr.
Bigelow's Cure. Safe and pleasant for
children. Price 50 cents.
THE WATER GAS PLANT.
The Solise City I'oanril .llo I'aases
Vpon the Ordinance of )avl A Vo.
The ordinance of Davis t'; Co. for the
privilege of putting in gas trains and ex
tensions came before the Moline city
council Monday night, m it did the Rock
Island the same night, and likewise it
passed unanimously. M'or Wessel
slated that a company wai seeking the
privilege of putting mains ia the streets
and alleys for water gaa to afford a sup
ply of fuel, power and light. In order
not to disturb . the paving vken Iaid.it
was sought to lay the mains on Third avs
enue first. The mayor called for the read
ing by the city attorney of an ordinance
which had been prepared, ".o grant the
rights and privileges aske 1 for. The
reading of the ordinance shows that it
grants to Thou. B. and S. S. Davis, their
associates, successors and assigns the
privilege of putting down ia the streets
and alleys of Moline the necessary iron
pipes and lead connections for water gas,
under certain regulations and restrictions.
The city reserves the right to grant simi
lar franchise to any other company. The
ordinance is to be noil and vcid unless the
work is begun in ninety days. The life
of the franchise is to be twenty years
The company is required to give bond for
the indemnification cf the city, etc. The
blank for the amount of boi d was filled
in by the figures $50,000.
Alderman Daggett understood thai the
object of putting this ordinance through
that night was in order to nake as early
a start on the work on Third avenue as
possible, to the end that the avenue
might still be paved this sun.mer. S. S.
Davis had told the speaker that he hoped
to get through on Third avi nue in nine
Alderman McBeth wanted to know iT
he putting in of these mains, etc., wou'd
not prevent paving this season.
Mayor Wessel thought that it would
be unsafe to pave over fresh made
Alderman Da;getl said that S. S D
vis, who was regarded as a man of prac
tical iileas in these directions, had as
sured him that there was no reason why
the street could not be paved satisfactor
ily in two weeks after the trenches had
been filled, hs it w as pror osed to tBke
special care in tilline: the trenches with
the view of paving over them.
Alderman Cbadwick thought that
something controlling the prices to be
charged for the gas should le inserted in
in the ordinance. The ordinance was
unanimously adopted as red, with the
incorporation of an omenlment, sug
gested by Alderman Gould, that the al
leys be used for the mains in preference
to the- streets wherever practicable, the
street and alley committee to !e the. judge
of that practicability.
ICIS Klnze at Haven porf.
The river front was illuminated shortly
before 11 o'clock last night by flames in
Chris. Mueller's lumber yard at DiVcn-
port. The fire had gained such headway
that it was leaping skyward and lick:.ng
up great heaps of lumber 1 efore it was
fairly discovered. An alarm was sent in
and the paid fire department appeared
promptly and soon bad eiht streams
pouring water upon the burning Inmber
It was a hard blaze to handl . and it was
along time before their t!T rts had any
perceptible effect, further thm to retard
the progress of the llmies. The fire was
finally got under control, a ter between
5,000 and 7,(MK worth of boards had
gone up in smoke.
Here is what the Democrat says of the
work of the firemen and it is particularly
interesting to every business nan in R ick
Island, now that dependence upon a vol
unteer system has resulted in the city be
ing at present without mean of gelling
its hook and ladder truck out in case of
Never was the value of a twid depart
ment illustrated better. The boys crowd
ed into the clouds of smoke and sparks in
an heroic manner, and it was owing to
excellent service only that the entire
stock of lumber was not burned. The
origin of the fire is shrouded in mystery.
Sparks from a locomotive are nut of qiics
tion, as there is no track on the side of
the yard from which the wind was blow
ing. It was probably due to tramps seek
ing lodging for the night in some of the
comfortably inclosed spaces iietwcen the
lumber piles. '
The I'.lght-llwar I, aw an u 'hrttian
Edi'or A hoc:
It ocr Island, May 18. While it is
conceded, I believe by all, that care for
the body is next to that of ihe soul, yet
'tis thought is not manifestel I think as
it should be by those who are interested
in the eight hour system. True, it is
said, the mind will have more time for
development, but those who have paid
attention to the laws of life and health
know that even a half hour earlier and
later in the day bad hetter be given to
labor, if that hour (in addition to the
time it takes for dining), could be had
for rest at noon. I could give much
proof of this in my life's expedience. A
well founded character cannot be for
this world certainly without health of
body, and we wrong the Creator of these
bodies "so fearfully and wonderfully
made, as well as ourselves by inatten
tion to, or violation of, the laws of life
and health." I leave these th nights now
hopyig they may be acted up jn by those
who use "manual lanor, especially.
A Christian Friend.
19 William Patterson by ndciinistra
trix to George Nokes, lot 2, block 2, Sin-
nett's ad, Ii I. f 800.
A C Stevens to Argillo Works, I J. sej
5, 17, le, 4.000.
Lars P Nelson to G II Johnson, Jot 5,
17. lw, Aswege & Nelson's ad, Moline
HOME SEEKERS EXCURSIONS
The Burlington route. C. B. & Q
railroad, will sell from principal stations
on its lines, on Tuesdays. April 22d and
May 20lh, borne seekers' excursion tick.
els at half rates to points in :he farming
regions of the west, southwest and north
west. For tickets and furtb ;r informa
tion concerning these excursijDS call on
your nearest C, B. & O. ticket agent, or
address P. 8. Ecsns. Gen. Pas, and
Ticket agent, Chicago, 111. ,
The rosy freshness, and a velvety 6ft
nees of the skin is variably o itained by
inose wno use rozzonis ijonpiuiun
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security.
n sums of 300 and upward, at lowest
currentratea of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Durst, Attorney at
taw, Reck Island.
Surety on Bond.
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,
Kock Island, HI.
' Hammock dresses" are announced for
summer wear. Something that a girl can
slip out of easily, we presume. ,
A Bale Investment,
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The transition from long .lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
msrks an epoch in the life of the individ
ual. Such a remarkable event is treas
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the good health has been attained is
gratefully blessed. Hence it ia that so
much is heard in praise of Electric Bit
ters. !o many feel they owe their res
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wun any disease ot Kidneys, liver or
stomach, of long or short standing you
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For the construction of a sewer
on Ninth street from the cen
ter line of the alley between
First and Second avenues to
connect with the main sewer on
Filth avenue, with lateral!
branches in the alleys between
First and Second. Second and
Third, and Third and Fourth
Re it f'nl'ilnt'l 1l,t City Vohih U oj thfeity 0
Jioct fluait :
Sr.TiOM 1 That thire he connfocted in sfiid
city an umlrrtrroiiuil frwT coiniiicncit'C at the
center line of ihe interaction of Ninin sireet and
the alley between rirt aiitl Second avennep', run
ning llH-nrp soith along Ihe center of.'said inth
ftrei't to Kif'li avenue, and there connect with
the main fifth avenue sewer, with late -al branches
ronnectins with sul Ninth sircrl sewer in the
center of the iiitcrscclH.n of the alleys between
Kirxt aud Second. Second ana Thlid, and Third and
Fourth avenue respectively. The litteral in the
alley between First and Second avenues to po
cam to within twenty feet of the west line of
Tenth street aud west eighty feet from the west
line of Ninth street. The lateral in the alley he
tween Second ami Third avenues togowet within
twenty feet of the east line of F.iirTith street sod
e.ist eighty leet from the east line of Ninth street,
The lateral in the alley letweeu Third and Fourth
avenues to go west alonjj the center of the said
alley to a ioint twenty feet from the east hue of
Seventh street ami wet eighty feel from tbe
ca-t liue of Ninth street.
Sr.c. 2. Said sewers shall he laid in the renter
of said street and alleys as near as practicable,
and be const ructed of pood plaed tile and tone
eighteen inches (lsi in diameter from the main
Fifth avenue sewer to the center of the alley be
tween Second and Third avenues, from thence In
the center of the alley between First and Second
avenues fifteen inch tile, all lateralsten inch tile.,
sj.tid sewer and all lateral branches aforesaid to he
laid at least six feet below the surface of the
street to the lop of the tile, and tu accordance
with grades and stakes eiven by the engineer em
ployed by the city, with necessary Ts" and
crosses for the purpose of connecting public
sewers and private drains therewith: each pipe is
to be laid on a linn bed and the ends of the pipes
are to abut cloe to each other In such a manner
that there shnll he no shoulders or want of uni
formity of surface on the b ttom of the interior
of the drain; the joints to be as uniform as pos
sible and tilled with cement.
Skc 3. Said sewer shall be constructed nnder
the supervision of the cliy aiipeiintendent of
streets who shall put in or cause to lie put in all
"Ts" and rrosses wherever found necessary;
shall (Trade the fall of said sewer as shall be found
necessary and practicable in accordance with
gradis given by the engineer, and sba.l have
general charge aud supervision of the work.
Skc. 4 That the whole cost and elvense of the
improvement provided for in section 1 of this
ordinance shall be raised and paid by special as
sessment noon the proriy cc ntiguons to aaid
improvement; said special assessment to he
levied according to and only to the amount of the
benefits which snail accrue to snrh properly by
reason of such improvement and nnder and in ac
cordance with article nine (H) of an act of the
genera) assembly of the stale of Illinois entitled
"An act for the incorporation of citiea and villa
ges" approved April 10th 1872, and amendments
sec. 5. That Aldermen Corken. Evans and
Bnncher lie aud are hereby npjiointed commission
era to make an estimate of the cost of aaid im
lirovement including labor, materials and all
other expenses attending the same, and the cost
of levying, assessing and col lectins the special
tax therefor. -
Passed May 5, 1S90.
Attest: WILLI A J McCJNOCHlB,
Rob kpt Kor.iii.itR, Mayor.
Seal J City Clerk.
OTICE OF GtXAKDIAN'8 BALK
OF REAL ESTATE.
State or Illinois, 1
Kock Island County f "
By virtue of a decretal order of the county court
of said county, entered at the May term of said
court. A. 1. lri.ai. on the application of Robert U.
McCreery, guardian of Porter McCreery Kobert
I. McCreery and William McCreery, minors, to
sell the following described .real estate belonging
to aaid minors, situate in the county of Kock Isl
and and state of Illinois, to-wit:
The undivided thr.e fourteenths (3-14) of the
northeast quarter I1) of the southeast quarter
ti ot section ten (10), in townsnip sixteeu (IK)
north of range one west of the fourth principal
meridian. 1 shall on the luh day of June, A. 1.
ISM), at the north door of the court house in the
city of Kock Island in the connty of Kock Island
and state of Illinois, at the hour of 1 o'clock, d.
m., sell all tbe interest of said minors in and to
the said real estate at piiiinc venuue lolue highest
and best bidder for cash in hand.
KOBKKT 1). McCREEKY,
Guardian of Porter McCreery, Kobert 1. Mc
Creery and William McCreery, minors.
Jty Jacksom A Uuhst, Attorneys.
Notice la hereby Riven, that the nndersigned
has been appointea assignee oi a or am uoeo. ana
all nersona-holdintt any claim or claims against
said Abrara Loeb are hereby notified to present
the same to Dim under oath or affirmation within
three months from this date, whether said claims
are due or not. All persons indebted to said i
signor are requested to make prompt payment of
Dated March 24th. 1890.
HKNKV P. HULL, Assignee.
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TCP SBST-THB MILAN HOUSE, MILAN,
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SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, boonht. old
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(tored at 208 East Second street. Davenport.
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WANTED. FIRST-CLASS TRAVELING
salesmen at once for Illinois ard Iowa. D.
R. IneeraoU A Co.. S3 and 335 Dearborn St. Chi
cago, 111. ftb-27
WANTED A RELIABLE PERSON IN ROCK
Island and every town in this locality to dis
tribute circulars; for particulars send referenced
and address, T. N. Crowley, 640 Main St , Ter.e
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch offlce, at her own home, for the Fa
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opportnnity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon-
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J. M. BEAKIhSLKY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce With J. T. Ken
worthy, 1725 Second Avenue.
WILLIAM Ja( KS0N,
l TTORNEY AT LAW. Offlce in Rock Island
I. National Bank Building, Rork Island, 111.
c. n. SWEENET.
C. 1. WllIIB.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Omce in Bengston's block, Kock Island, 111.
MeENIRY & MrEMKY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on cood
seenrity, make collections. Reference. Mitch
ell Lynde, bankers. Office In Postomce block.
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OR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton'a
News Stand. Five eents ier copy.
DRS. RUTMEilFORD & KLTLEK,
IRADTATES OF THE ONTARIO VETEKNA
II rv collece, Veternary Pliynicians anp Siirgtiins.
Office: Tindall's Livery stable; Residence: Over
Anters Bakery, market square.
. m,. a iiii.nipiii.iiiouKif, 1.11 ir-mim, linn...
located alKock Island, in tbe state of lliinol', is I
Th. PImI V.lLui,ll....bnf D...I. Tit.
closing np na nnaira. aii note noitiers ami o ners,
creditors of said Association, are therefore herehy
no'ihcd to present the notes and other claima
against the Asscciation for pavment.
P. L. .MITCHELL, President.
Dated Ap:tl 10. ltWO
To sell onr gonda by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers in
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising,
etc. For rerms address
CtNTEKNIAt MF0. CO., Chlcafn, l!i.
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
proenred. Increase a'l other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. Write ns about vonr case. lioin4,
Metropolitan block, I hicago, 1,1.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Successor to Guthrie Collins)
Plan and rr-t.ma.o furnif-hod. A twcij.Hy
made of fine wirk. All .mien atti-hilil to
rompiIy and put ifart ion timmnioed.
f.w Office and ahoi No. 1H1S Third avenue.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED To
MASONIC TEMPLE, -
Rooms W, S7, 2S and -.'9,
Take Elevator. DAVES POUT, I A.
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MO LINK. - ILLS.
Open daily from A. M. to S P. M , and onTnes
day and Saturday Evenings fro.n 7 to
Intcrpst allowed on IVsposits al the rate
of 4 jcr Cent, p r Annum. " -
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
SBCCRITY AND ADVANTAGES.
The private nronertv of the Trustees is respon
sible to the depositor. The officers are prohibi
ted from horrowiug any of its moneys. Minors
ana marricu womn protectca ny special law.
OprtcER-: R. W. WHKr.t.orK, President: Pob
tkr Skinner, Vice President; C. K. Hkhcnwat,
TRrsTFS: S. W. Wheelock. Porter Skinner.
C. r. Hi-tnenway, J Silas Leas. U. U Edwards,
Hiram Darling, A. S. V. right, J. S, Krator, 1..
U. Ilemenway, C. Yitzthnm.
pCThe only chartered savings Bank in Kock
V. H. Mi lira Vre't
K. II. l!v n. fvw-', .
J. II. I lf..k, Jr..,
S. K. MMiru, line-l'n-s't.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
MUST NATIONAL. JiANK P.UILDINt:,
DAVENPOET, - - - IOWA.
Perfect protection ag;iint luirl.-irs, tliirves
ami tire with its Fire and liurglar -i'rtmf
Vaults and Safes. In now pre)Kireil lo rent
ShIc in its Vaults, Willi cither combination oi
key I'M'ka. The lis-ks of tliem safes aie ai:
different, and uiulrr the control of the rciit.-r.
Kaeli sale contains a tin box in w hich to place
valuable just such aci-oiiiiiiiMlations as un
wanted liy Administrator, Kxecutors, titianl
laus, Capitalistt, Married or Single Women,
Fanners, Mechanics, Travoliug Men, or
Strangers, liaviug valuables. Private- retirinn
rooms for the examination of papvrs, etc.
Safes In all sizes, ranging inprice, tier auinuii,
from Three Hollars iii to Thirty Ifcillars, ac
cording to sie and location. Also, Storage
Room lor packages, boxes or trunks. ' If you
are going to travel, this is the only place of ub
aolule aatety In the three cities lor your silver
anil other valuables. Charges reasonable.
Call and see our Vaults, whether you desire a
hafe or not.
M. J. IlOHLFSCiiAoxiua.
S. R. CLOUGH,
, Tbe best of everything always on band at tbs
mom reasonable price.
wniTE OR BLACK HEARSK.
1 805 Second Ave., Rock Island.
F. CLOUGH. Manager.
nilfinOCf I We Pack carefully and
lallflllUE. IlPrepav Freight FREC
WIIHIIUIa i t of CHAROC to purcha
sers, on all CASH orders during our 30
DAVS' SPECIAL PRICK SALE.
ildreih Furniture Ciu;3;'
D ABY SeuvE?t! FREE
piw ia Um United kuiei. Abo, btbf
JaUnpats, ItteyclM, S4Om mm! Girta' Tncye-
iM. Um I stxir at wbaliia prtce mam
LC O. D. d tract froam t.. haar' f aa
f1y. HI W. aiadrBott W.. Chr. 3 a
lift a L Bam) ae. atamp for arm -Uarua.
Th taraaat faatarv in the amrM.
Oat aa7MtaioBa yon can aad aanpara with ovn before orOar
tag; ym tux okA U bay at aoma md vt doubt prxw far
ladatt, afaaewwara aaba. Wa wnU 4Mtx an4 Xnm a avdar. fat
mmDlaa af anawManof plasbaa, aao4 ftva le. auuH. 4ia4taa)
flaNdnaaai atu fmoda wto want nm
A. D. HUESING,
Represent, among other time-tried and well
known FiretnsaranceCompaniea he following:
Royal Inanrance Company.' of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Citiiens Ins. Co., of PilMbargh, Pa.
Hun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ina. C .. New Hiven, Co-n.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ina. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ina. Co of Peoria, 111.1
Office No. 1608 Second Ave.,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
-HAS INVERTED A-
which does its work in a thorough manner.
tVH thoroughly purifies the air and remows
ail obnoxioas smells. For sale at Euiil Koehler's
Trick 50 Cents ter Bottle.
-ALL KINDS OF-
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stoyes with Casting ot 8 cents
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE."
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
IIAS PURCHA8KD TUB
and has removed to
Third Ave., nnd Tenth St.
lie aolici fi the trade long tnjoyed
by his rcder-efior nnd as many new
customers ar wish to favor liiru with
John Volk &"Co7
M annfactnrcr!' of
Saah, Doors, Rlinds, Sidins. Flooring.
an.l all kin.lo of wood work for hnil,ler.,
BiChtaentb Si., het fhir.i and Fourth ave.,
KOt li ISLASD.
a. win ran.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Itralers and In porters of
Wines and Liprs,
(reinovert to mw quarters)
Nos. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The cheap? t-terer known
$225 Per Ton for Cash.
Will mn contract to t nrnifh Tile an Brie fr
idrv alkr and do ff'Tirral huul hip. Ofllce ojtpo
aile St. Jos'pb cbnrch, Svcuiid avt-nae.
Telephone 1 3ti. T. U. ELLIS.
AWNINGS, TENTS, ETC.
TTagon and all kinds of
Office and Factory 308 Hsrrtson street.
DAVENPORT. I A.
J. M. BUFORD,
Tfce M Fire and TirM-trM
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
stoa as few any reliable romnany sa
vmw purooaga la mimaa
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers' Ass'tn)
Reduced Rates to all Points,
OFFICE -In Adama Express Offlce nnder
80LB AGENT FOR
Tha '"V, B'rcles. Ladles and
. -Children' Bicycles a specialty.
may b fownd aa
linWFT.l. jtrYVJ '
fimwia APvaamaiKo unuao (10 Sprue)
to aad sot a M
Practical Tile and, Uriel M Layer.
Resedence 819 Twenty first St. Yard near St. Paul Depot,
Rock Island, 111.
fSr-KKtimatet famished fcr any kind of Tile or Brlek in the market. I ay in? of hrii k
and ti e walks a specialty.
J. T. 13 TXO N.
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Healer In New aud
Second Hand Goods
The hlghes Drice paid for poods of anv kind.
J. HVL CHBISTY,
Steam Cracker Eakery,
MAHCrACTUBEB OF CKACKEB8 ASD BISCUITS.
Ask your Grocer for them. Tbey are tn-ft.
tar Specialties; The Christy "0T8TIB" and the Christy "WAFER."
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
COR. WASH- 3d AVE. 8
From U0 year" exp'rienc in Hoe
pttal and rrivate praetiee is enable,
to guarantee radical cures in Chioni
or ni sonous difeai.es of the blood. I
throat, no-e, skill, kidneys, hladdei
nnd kindred omns. Uravel and stric
ture cured without pain or coltine
Those who conteaiplate poing tnl
not pnnas lor the treatment of any
private or Mood diseases can becureti
for one-third thecoet.
I ADIF By treatment a
" I-' 1 1 O lovely complexion, fre
fmm sallowness, freckles, eruptions,
etc brilliant eve and perfect health
can be had. tWThal "tired feel-
inc" and all female weakness prompt
ly enred. rlloaliio.', headache. Ner
vops Prostration, and Sleeilesness.
Parian trouhlts. Inflammation and l lceration.
K.illink: and dnplarements. Spinal weakness and
han?e of Life. Consult the old doctor
NFRVOII l'nyfl and Organic wcak
11L.111UUU, ne, premature decay, evil
f.r-lv..lii,i., self-diKtrnst. impaired memory, pnl
pitation ot ihe heart, pimples on the face, specks
before the KVK, rineilm in the car. ca'arrh,
threatened consumption and every disqualifica
tion that n-rders marna-;e imimier ai.il unhniuiy
M'KKUII.Y and I'KKM AN'KNTLY cured.
BLOOD AND SKIN ISJSS,
horrible in its result completvly emdicntcd
without the use of rrercur. tHmfula. Krysipe
ls Kever So , Blotches, Pin pies. L leers, pain
in the Head anil Hones. Sjphiltic tore Thrott and
Tonene. Ulaiidnlar enlargement of the Neck,
Kheumntism, etc., cured whn oilier have failed
RUPTURE ',,v,, ut ' or hmd.
-r I r.ce from business,
URINARY r"Kercntly contracted or
V- .? ' rlimnic diseasea HSITIVELY
cnre.1 in . to days hy a local remedy. No nau
seous druir ns'.t. Meilirines mailed or express
ed to any address free from observation. Char
ges fair. Terras 'a-h. Book and question list
15r. A fri.ndty talk rots nothing.
Hot RS: 10a. m. to 12 m.,i lo 3 and 7 toS p m.
Snndav: i u S p. m.
si Wash. Av. a. HISHEAPOLIS, KIKH.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past two months he ha successfully
of the most severe character. Below he (jives the
names of a few that he has successfully treated
who are well known, that live in Davenport and
J. H. Harrison. Bock Island county, Mrs. A. i.
Mrsorj. heart disease.
Miss Anna Davis, F. A. Stearns, acrofula.
Charles Gordon. Hrnry Winebcnt- rnemaiiam.
Mrs. Anna Welsh, neuralgia.
Mr. L. A. Cowen. eo. Bryant, B. L. Smith,
Jennie Wayherry. Mary Sherbine, A. B. Thouip
on, female diseases.
These are a few of the many case he has sne
cetsfully Heated, bot they are euouch La show
what can be doue by one who thoionnhly ander
stand. tbe cause of disease.
rLo of Manhood, Seminal Weakness, and
cussd ' Yontn P0'11"' aod permauentiy
IWCkm successfully treated by correspon
dence. Correspondence accompanied by 4c
In stamp promptly answered.
Cffice-McCnllongh'i New Etock.
W. Third Street, near Main,
DAVENPORT. I A.
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.
uinv-sa, Mnt&l IVprvawluu. VllrtuT4t tl3 llra.H vm.
i-. re ,t"'1 . fcsuretim. Lei t.f I -oxer
.aued bv ovr-exaiiun ol ihe lir.ln wiuinT,;
XVVtt rJiL ?r."" "i.r bvml,.r.pa?i.
ruIInJLr . foT " will 'snd i.ar. lUer
Tif!fJ?'.?LA,tent''corBerTnir Ivenae and
.Twentieth street, Kock Island, I1L
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee every ore perfect, and will neml ( iij.,.
Twenty day's trial, to responib!e panic.
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractors f. 1
x furnishing and lajinc Water, ami
1712 Firpt Ave .
Reck Island, Illit oi-.
Telephone 1148. Reeiderce leleplmne !'
Will Irade, s II or bny anything.
No. 1614 Secotd Avi nuv
3! till' AL.
Dr. XZhn Dyk'S I
IF NOT, TRY IT.
lor 6al firryabrra.
DAHTZ i IIAIINSEN', WhMt .A-enls.
HARTZ tv BAIINSEN.
Wholesale Asents. Uiw-k I-la fl
Stop that Cough?
Or it will Mp you
How Will You Do It?
The Surest thing known is
The tat Restorer!
Not only your cough, but your
Brnnrhiv. trouble, as well as
many other things. It is war
ranted. You are loosing tinip,
money, and perhaps your life, in
this iklay. It ia worth investi
TUE GREAT RESTORER WORKS.
1800 Portland Are. Minneapolis. Minn.
For particulars, medicines, etc. Price $1 tl per
bottle. Yon druggist can get it .
am me wopio mAsBirrottajp
D mites GOLDEN SPECIFIC
n.rM...t :- 7 nmm aaa aria eas-i
modrral drinker oran alooholic wreek. f r ski f M
Marshall t Fisher and T. H. looms., d-u-gists,
Uotk Island, 111. may 5-dw l
The Great French Kemcdy for Suppress iii
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ladles I'pe jl IlnrV l..rill.l r:ti ..r t...
France; gnaranU-ed lo arr.miplish all thi i
claimed for them. Tt be used mooihlv for tniiiWe"
peculiar to women Full directions ith is h
nx. fi er Imx or three I ores for 5. Amen in
Pill Co.. royalty proprietor, r-penrwr Iea Tt-e
genuine pill olHainrd of Olio Kudrrt. F-lai.tr. . i.
Rock Island, Jappe & C, Uavcnport, and of l)
"'P 3 la acknowle.1?xl
the lea. line renii-.lv i..r
4nrrbpk aV t. leel.
"be onlv sine renie.tvi-r
I trvn-ritie it and iivl
safe in rve.mmeudint; (
A. J. HltSKK. M
l'E ATI a 1U.
AtoM ky ItraicaiaUI.
a atli'K Sl.ou.
ui nnwaoi cry iom
1 w wrii bafta.f win
Impartrt i l-riUiiuit cr.'ni loitif -iiu-
moTra ail tuntpt. 1rtfi.tt- ai;i ili-Mluralin r
Iaai- an nii cia arump ttt or na
mi by a ftri cUaaUrucn t or maiK J i. ct.
I7T1 , atri, k.