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THE ROCK ISLAND ABGUS, THUR8D A Y. MAY 22; 1S90.
v: ; 1
, :. a
of mm fair
Sight to Be Seen ia Central
Park, New York.
KATE KEARNEY'S UOTH AS GOSSIP.
Pew Picture of Taow VTho Rid la Car
rlcew Alone the Great rkmn DHtml
TheSiw Stained Womii and the Inno
cent CTnnu MUtaken for Venom.
Kew York, April 17. If yoo want to se
anity Fair at lU best these spring days yoa
most drive out in the park. There tea rich
and the poor are certainty met together, and
everybody teems to be drinking ia the good
fresh air of heaven, delighting in the uti-
ahina and wou.ierinx how it is the grass looks
ao fresh and nieen, nobody ever stopping to
treeaerober that it has heeo. a spring shade all
winter. The smart trap is the very high Vic
toria on a C spring with a wide dashboard.
aji aphotstered in Wtoer, and with a ramble
at the bark. The horses' tails are properly
docked; the coachman and the ffOtman have
immaculately smooth faces, and my lady's
liveries are list such as are seen in Rotten
Row, the famous Isxvlm drive, or abont the
lake where tne Paris an l ive to go. The re
ceived livery is a blue that is almost mazarine;
the boots have white tops, the breeches are
wntta, the waistcoat is striped bine and white.
and the coat is the plain blue cloth, that with
the rooph surface be!n? preferred, and there
should be nrtn it velvet collars and cuffs of
the same cJor and larpe brass buttons opon
which are engraved either the monogram or
tba crest of Ibe family.
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Tt is not in good taste U have the top coats
rowert an.l arrange.! on the seats as is fre
qnently sen. Why should the coachman and
footman tie guarded aga:nst the weather
when their mistress is- not! If she is willing
to rn-a an Apru shower by wearing a thin
foulard silk, a tulle bonnet and carrvinz
toUe parasol, certainly her servants should
not be better cared for On a brougham the
coaenman may have his waterprf coat
folded and put under the seat out of slrht
because his miti-ess is perfectly ryrotected.
bat unJer no circa mstanos should be l.xk as
if more consideration were givea him than
the fair lady whom he liu the honor to
One -of the ht arnointI turnouts is Mrs.
William H. Vanderbi't's, which remains in
deep mourning still. The Jav Gould turn
out is rather ordinary, the horses being by
no means up to the mark. Mrs. Paran
Stevens has a green and yellow Victoria and
her servants wear green livwi. In a great
huge landau Useen "Baby" Bet-kwith, whose
title ot "Uaby" seems rather odd when you
think she is over 40 years oid a handsome
woman still, and one who will be remembered
and talked of in generations to come, for she
was one of the famous beauties of the second
empire. In a book recent.'y published Miss
Beck wi th U described as the wonderful Ameri
can beauty who was present at the opening
ot the Suez canal. It was said at that time
that she wasso ingenuous that when a French
man asked ber, - Who is the famous Ameri
can beauty they are all talking aboutr she
looked up into his face and said: "I'm the
one." Sne drives alone now. She always
ned to be with ber father, a very old man,
but he is dad and 'Baby" Beckwith is the
possessor of an enormous fortune. Riding on
a dark horse there comes Edgar S&itus, the
novelist. He U a little feilow, very dark, and
with a mustache that sii5g-t an acquaint
ance wlih wax. He loots so little and deli
cate that one has a fueling that the dissipa
tions about which be writes to glowinclr
bare, to bts mm ca, been principally com
mitted with a pen. I.ast year he became very
much In love with Mrs. Langtry, seDt ber an
edition "de luxe of all his books, and not satis
fied with that had some, so it is said, bound
for bis own use in the Lily's lawn handker
chiefs. You see the ae of chivalry basu't
There is a beautiful carriage in the park
every afternoon; the colors are orange and
black, and the horses are the blackest and
fleetest possible. In it sits a woman who is
always gowned ail in black, all in scarlet, or
all in white. A beautiful woman, and a
woman out of whose eyes comes a bad, wicked
look. Just beside her is the loveliest child
your eyes ever rested on a little girl with
long, light blonde curls, drerad simply in a
Kate Greenaway frock and wearing a great
big straw hat, put far enough back on her
BTBa GEORGE COCXD AXD CBTLbREX.
bead to show the abort, full curls that make
a baio abont ber face. The woman is her
mother. TThat is that child going to bet
Two men have died mysterious deaths in that
woman's house, one young boy has been sent
to the Insane asylum bocanse of his infatua
tion for her, and tliat child is hers. That
beautiful white blossom of a baby belongs to
that wicked woman, and yon stand still and
gasp and wonder at the relationship. Ko-
body ever ppeaks to this woman as she drives.
The men wlio know her never look at her,
and by a curious fancy she ia spoken of as
the "Abbes "
Here comes m sight that will take all the
bitterness ont otf your heart and make yon
realize that there are good women in the
world, who are loving mothers and happy
ones. It s young Mrs. George Gould 8 be ia
in a quiet, modeot Victoria, and with her are
her babies and nurse. As the years have
gone by since she became George Gould's
wire she has grown prettier and sweeter look'
rng, ami you fI as does a working man
who's saying as he looks at her that she's the
leaven that would leaven the whole lump of
the Gould graspiness. There's a four-in-hand
coming which looks extremely smart. It is
driven by a man who likes to think he looks
like an Englishman, but he doesn't he looks
like an Englkdiinau s valet that's the mistake
that kind of a cad generally makes. HU father
' made a huge fortune in a bakery. It com
menced with a few loaves of home made bread
and gradually grew into steam bakeries all
over the city, and the son is doing his best to
make the world forget that his father was an
honest man, by behaving like a fool and hav-1
lug the people who eat his diuners. accept his J
Invitations to drive, go to his theatre parties,
laogh at him. OhVyou seeTahTty rair in
the park. It's the one place ia the world
where, if yoa will stay long enough and look
st every thing with a philoenphical eye, yoo
wul come away perfectly satisfied with your
own station in life.
The monocle fad has struck the women ot
Sew York and struck them at the wrong
time and in the wrong way. Last year, when
the so called swagger set in London and
Paris assumed the tiny monocle jth its gold
rim, the directoire coat was being worn and
it was perfectly proper to have the monocle
swung on its black ribbon around the neck,
for the ladies of the directoire wore them so.
Bat with a tailor made frock, or any ordinary
gown, the monocle was simply an exhibition
c a woman's ignorance of the hiory of
costume as well as a bit suggestive of her
being alittle luL The first one seen in Xew
York was worn by the Baroaess Blanc, who
had a perfect directoire costume, a copy of
the famuos picture in the Louvre of Mile.
Raimonde, who in the days when Napoleon
was director of the fate of France, was the
leading actress at the Comedie Francaise.
The Baroness Blanc wore a black silk skirt
quite plain, and gathered just enough at the
top to be graceful. Over this came the long
coat of diagonal cloth, in color a perfect Lin
coln green. The waitcoat was a long one of
white brocade flowered in rose color and
btlted in at the waist line with a briul black
ribbon Ml. A jabot of old re point lace
was just below the hib ribbon rtoek and it
was caught in place by a moonstone brooch.
The monocle was on an inch wide ribbon,
long et!ourb. to throw over the shoulders
bang a l;ttlo distant- in the ba-k and rest
just on the edge of the jabot. It was never
used, it M otily worn as the finishing t.inch
to the costume. The hat was a larxn one of
green felt, turned tip quite near the fpit and
caught tbre with a bunch of full black
feathers. The gloves were black un.lrv-5-1
kid, wrinkled at the wrist, just a they were
worn in the time of the pretty actress ami
just as they are worn today. The mouocle i,i
the eye, though it is aif.cted by a few women
in New York, never obtain! ia Paris or
London, except among the members of the
demi-monoa. who, unfortunately, the Ameri
can woman t-jo often coj-s.
That pink and white young wrman was
Mi Mabel rifrht, who has been called such
a lauty, and who was more than ever talked
about when she married tbedivoreed brother-in-law
of the Duchess of Manchter. Her
hair was exquisite, being that perfect blonde
so seldom seen except on the head of babies.
but she lacked expression. Her diseoverv
was very funny. One morning at Narrasan
sett one of the pkW youths went in bataing
very early. Suddenly as be was strimniinz
far out there seemed to come from the depths
of the deep blue sea a mermaid whose long
yellow nair was noating in the water. With
his mouth full of salt it was rather difficult
f.ir a stuttering yoang man to speak, 1-tit he
managed to casp o.t, "Are yoa Venusf No
body knows what she answered to this, but
an introduction to two or three fashionable
women over at Newport followed smd M
r w i tt- - . i . ...
autuei rigiii in me swim iroin knowing
how to float successfully. Skiiiful. wasn't it!
AN ANGRY CONGRESSMAN.
He Is Having a Lively Controvervv with
!me days a'i Hon. James Pbelan, mem
ber of congress from the Tenth district i4 Ten
nessee, sent a teiegram to CV4. J'flin M Flem
ing, editor of The Knoxviiie St-ntinel. which
the latter cristrue.i as a challenge to fight a
a iiel. riemmg made the Weeram tmblic
and w-rr.te an opeu letter to Pheian, in which
be a id:
ion hold a seat in con rress from a dis
trict in Tennessee. You have assumed to be
come a teacher of the ch.f jreu of the state, as
a historian in the public schools. You ouht
know, and are presumed to know, the con
stitutional and legal penalties aainst giving
and seudinz or accepting a obalietige to fiht
a duel. You ought to know that in t!most
every possil.le aspect of the busine it is
reiouv, puni.stiabte by imr-rinmect in the
Tlie e-iit-.r docline.1 to fiht, but intimated
tnat u assauite.1 he recognized p-Tf.-ctly the
rigct oi seir de
fense. Mr. l'helan
responded with a
statement of the
causes of the diffi
culty, which be
closes with tlw-se
In makinz this
statement I bare,
as far as possible,
especially have I
tried to otiserve
that tone of exact
courtesy which the . - .U vi v'- rv.-5
world accrds wo- " ""
men and those who, ,AM
as the closing scene of the role of bully, plead
a contempt for the frequently contemptible
code of honor.
The difficulty between the two originated
some time to. Tae congresssman wrote a
history of Tennessee; tlie e-iitor criticised it;
persfioal letters were exchanzl, cards ap
peared in various southern papers, and now
the quarrel has grown so bitter that at least
one of the men thinks it call f.r blx.l
Phelan is serving his second term in con
gress and is well lited by hU associates.
Fleming is twenty years his senior and ha
been a prominent figure in Tennessee official
and political Ufa.
Deadly Flfht Between Hoc and Cattle.
Near Columbus, O., recently a striking
illustration was given of the fury to which
the smell of blond always routes otherwise
peaceful domestic animals. A VA of bogs set
npon a heifer and a young calf and devoured
them. In mi adjoining pasture a herd (4
cattle became infuriated at the smell of blood
and broke down the fenot and charged upon
the hogs, killing ten of them an 1 wounding
many rn. .re.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrn Thai Contain
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange ibe whole
system wben entering; it through the mu
cous surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as tbe damage
they will do is ten fold to the cood you
can possibly derive from tbcro. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, icaonfactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio., contains
no mercury, and is taken internally, and
acts directly upon tbe blood and mncon
surfaces of tbe system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you eet tbe genuine.
It is taken internally and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J . Cheney i Co.
tySold by druggists, price 75o per
He My incoaie is small and perhaps
it is cruel of me to take you from your
father's roof. She I don't live on the
afs and Iff.ctiTS.
Brandreth's Pills are the safest and
most effective remedy for indigestion, ir
regularity of tbe bowels, constipation,
billiousness, headache, dizziness, malaria
or any disease arising from an impure
state of tbe blood. They have been in
use in this country for over fifty years,
and the thousands of unimpeachable tes -timonials
from those who have used
them, and their constantly increasing sale,
ia incontrovertible evidence that tbey per
form all that is claimed for them.
Brandreth's pills are purely vegetable,
absolutely harmless and safe to take at
Sold in every drug and medicine store,
either plain or sugar-coated.
There is a vast amount of solid recrea
tion about being lawless once in a while.
Thin and impure blood is made rich
and healthful by taking Hood's Sarsa-
parilla. It cares scrofula, salt rheum.
all blood disorders.
Tbe rosy freshness, and a velvety soft
ness of the skin is variably obtained by
those who use Pozzoni's Complexion
I ,-Xi- sS
Meber Theackta PleaaaatlrtPat.
WETEX MAX WILL CEASK TO A DVEKTISV.
Will a merchant who is wise sver cease
to advertise? Tes when tree grow up
side down; wben the beggar wears a
crown; when Ice forms on the inn; when
the sparrow weight a ton; ihen gold
dollars get too cheap; when "omen se
crets keep; when a fish forgefi to swim;
when old Satan sings a hymn; ben girls
go back on gum; when tbe waall boy
hates a drum; when no politician
schemes; wben mince pies maks pleasant
dreams; when its fun to break a tooth;
v. hen all lawyers tell tbe truth ; when cold
water makes you drank; wbei you love
to smell a skunk; when tbe bunan race is
dead; when the drummer has oobras
when thee things all come to pass, then
man that's wise will neglect to advertise.
Rn sats one whr. knntti fnll ik It
pavs the truth to tell. Muscttine Jiur
A woodpecker's WOlt.
A woodpecker sat on a knotty limb; his
head was red and bis temper erim; for the
world was ont of whack with him. He
had hammered the stamps till b is he id did
swim; he had looked for worn s till his
eyes were dim; be had punched each trre
and knot and limb, and darn tb bus there
was for him. Not a song be nng. not a
woooian.i n; ran, ior now can h bird witb
hunger slim, and gaunt starvation grew
some grim, looking right into the eyes of
him, get up a voice like a chemhim. and
with melody make the welkin swim? His
i iop a t scan i, ami only a v him. was
in tbe collspsed etomtch of him. Then
he flew to the river and drowtided him.
and never made an effort to wim His
last words were O birdie trin, w hy di.l
you Tote for that hawk so prim, who got
to work on each woodland limb, and
placed a trust on the bugs of thim? I'm
like the farmer gunt an J grim, who gets
surrounded by a rim of trusm that fill
him to the brim with wind till there's
aught in the stomach of bim." The
woodpecker then was out of breath, and
the fih that ate him starved to death.
Fiwner for Talrw Tf-rwa.
Col. II. V. Fishtr, Henry county's re
presentative in the legislatu-e for two
terms, has consented to mike the canvass
for a third term, and the Gentseo Site
thus boosts him:
The frun?s of Col. U. V. Fisher are
urging him to make the run f r the third
term in the legislature. The? recognize
in him a faithful, honest pub! c servant, a
roan who wields great influence in the
legislative body politic, a trorallvpure
and upright man. a competent man, and
a man who. by years of experience.
"knows the ropes" as the sajing is, and
cn go nght into tbe business of legislat
ing upon the affairs of the stite without
going through the tedious and expensive
proctss of bung'icg along "or months
trying to get the hang of thinj:s. in which
effort many men bring up by getting
hung themselves. Tbe colonel struggled
agtiosi the current for a w bile, but it
was too strong f. r him. an.l he has at
last allowed his name to gn before the
people again. He has served them so
faithfully in the past, that they have con
fidence in him for the future. We have
a sort of notion that the complexion of
tbe house is going to be dem cratic-. but
then a republican is just a gcvoj as a
democ rat, as long as he behaves himself.
HlM.DaLE, Slav 20.
Cln Wreath is visiting friends in Co
lon. Pearail tiros shipped a car load of
Wei. Parker has been qr.ire sick for
tbe pail two weeks.
Don't forget Children's dv. June 1, at
the U. B. ( hurcb.
Quite a j lly time some of o lr boys hvl
.t the Dle Saturday nitiht.
Owing to tbe cold damp wi ather many
of tbe farmtrs are replanting corn.
Emrta Hares attended the temperance
lecture at Molioe Wednesday night.
It is reported that burglars were in our
neighborhood last wctk. A gold watch
and ring were stolen.
Ail who wish their gardens plowed Call
on Wm. Feaster as he is at leisure, and
ready to do odd jobs or all Wild.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B inker took the
early train Tuesday morning for Edgar.
Xi-b., to visit their son who bas been ab
sent for three years.
II. C. Qiick is now giving private
sods in physiology after ociool hours.
Some of his pupils are q ii -c well ad
vanced in years.
The next meeting of the I lock I-Jand
county Sunday school convention is to be
held in tbe Prtsbyterian chore b at Edging
ton, May 23 The programn is to con
Morning Session Devotional exercises
by the pastor. Iiev.T. It. John-on ;welcome
address by Dr. Bougbton; response by A.
H. Laflm; graded Sunday e tools. J. A.
Riason; business, appointment of com
Afternoon Session Devotional, con
ducted by W. S. McCollouKh; how and
whaltoteacb. licv. W. A. Wood; how
often should Sunday school conventions
be held, Hiram Sellers and Mhers; what
do we expect. liev. J. A. Rift on; mission
cf the Sunday school. Rev. HcCreight.
Evening Session Song service; obli
gation of parents and adult members to
the Sunday school. Rev. T. R. Johnson;
question budget; doxology tJid benedio
tion exercises interspersed with music by
Edging! on choir and other singers.
Colorado Cities and Pa eet.
This is the title of a pamphlet just
issued by the passenger department of
tbe Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
railway. Itcomprist sixty pages of val
uable information, relating tt. some of the
principal cities and re-sorts of Colorado,
with fifty-two beautiful illcstratioos of
different scenic views and localities, en
graved from original photographs, and
which have never before appeared ia any
work of this kind. In the two last sup
plementary pages, a carefully revised list
is given of the leading hotels, restaurants,
etc, in the cities and place s described,
with the names of their pre prietors, the
rates per day or week, and tbe character
of accommodations provided. Copies
will be mailed free to applicants in any
part of tbe world, on receipt of 4. cents
each for postage. Address,
General Ticket & Pass. Agt . C, R. I. &
P. Ry., Chicago, III.
20 Mary Ryan to Oeores Schafer, e
lot 7. block 4. Thompson & Wells' ad. R
George Lehnerer to Peter Warner, ,
lot 1 1. block 2, Bailey Daves port's foortn
ad. It I. 237.
21 Estate of Sarah Wilsm. Petition
of Mary J. Wilson for letters of adminis
tration filed. Bond filed aiid approved.
Letters issued to petitioner, Mary J Wil
Estate of John N F Wes '.phal. Final
account of administrator filed and order
nisi, etc., approving . same by June 11,
prox. and that administrator notify beirs
by three week's advertising.
Bogss: Stanley reminds one of a po
ker. Foggs; Indeed T Borga: Yes; a
grate explorer, yoa know.
Time is money.
QUEER PUBLIC SENTIMENT.
It Approves ef a Cold-Blooded and Cow
Salt LAKE, May 21. News has reached
here of tbe killing of Mr. follim of the
firm of Collin & Kil pat rick, contractors of
Omaha, near lioche, Xev. Two men who
had been working at railroad grading for
Collin quit their job and went to him and
demanded their money. Collin told them
they could not quit and that he would not
pay them. They again demanded their
money and Collin ersitently refused to
pay it. if One of the men then went to the
laborer' camp and got a Winchester.
? Eight Minute to Live.
Armed with this weapon they once
more came to Collin, and made a formal
demand fr their wajies. Collin told them
it was useless to try to bulldoze him, as he
would n't pay them when they quit work
in such a shabby manner without warn
ing. One of the men took his watch from
hi pocket and said: 'We'll give you just
eight minutes to settle. If you don't pay
then, we'll put daylight through you. We
mean business, so don't waste any time or
you will make wore for the coroner."
Was It Nerwe or Incredulity?
The other man leveled tbe Winchester
at Collin, and watched the contractor
I'loRely. while his companion told off the
minutes. At each ctniut he advised Collin
to hurry up. Tbey were so civd in their
talk that bystanders thought it was a
bluff and Collin evidently reg.trded it in
the same liiibt. If he thought they meant
to kill he showed immense nerve, for he
never changed countenance during the
whole time the man. with watch in hand,
was counting ott his last eight minutes on
The Infamnn Deed Dune.
Finally when the fellow said, ' Flight
minutes: time's up." the man with the
Winchester polled the trigger and put a
bullet through Collin's heart. Tbe con
tractor dropped d-ad in his tracks. A
most infamous feature of the aiTair is that
more than a score of men were eye wit
nessesw, but no effort was made to prevent
tbe crime, and w hen Ollln lay in hi blood
no arrests were made. In fact, the treneral
sentiment evmed to lie that the men were
justified in the art.
One of the Antagonist Knife.! the Other
Shot Hot h Mar Die.
Are;! st A. .., May 21. At Odom. Ga.,
Justice W. H. Aspinwall and Mr. G.
iMnni. who have been unfriendly with
each ether for some months, quarreled.
Odom made some contemptuous allusion
to the justice, whereupon the latter drew
a pistol. eMom leaped upon the justice,
took tbe pistol from htm, ami shot him in
the head. Altho-iah da'.iirerously wonnded
the justice pulled out a knife and stabbed
t Vlom twice near the heart. Both men are
still alive, but may die.
Jeffery to fin to the Lake Share.
ClU. -.Vio, May 21. It is stated npon good
authority that K. T. Jettery, I.-itely gen
eral manaeer of the Illinois Central, will
soon accept a position on the I.-e Shore
railroad either as general manager er as
President John Newell assistant. It is
stated that it was the ofL-r of thW position
which induced Mr. Jeflery to refuse the
position of director general of the World's
If the McEinley bill passes we shall
have brighter corn fires than before.
Granting the Rock Island &
Peroria Railway Company the
privilege to lay down, maintain
and operate a switch track, in
the western end of the city.
Bt it OrJninM bj the Off Covncii f the citf of
1. That the R.vt llr.d .t Peori. R.Ottat
Oimpany is her- by authorized and cnpunml to
imw u.i-n ana maintain and operate an additional
s ii rs.iway.rnmmooiyralled "(aib
on toe tol'.omine desenbed line j:
Cmmt ncine in the centre line of its preent
main track ia said city, at or near the point where
Twelfth awrnae. in ftaui city if ntended weiUer'y
would intersect raid mam tnuk. and ronnin
taence tMii6 weterly along over and trm
Thirteenih avenae ia said cityjo Mill street in
said city, I bene arroes and alone said Mill street,
to U. woatbern boacdsry of Mid city of hick
Sa,d railway company shall eontrncl suit
aoic and nececsary craini.- at all rtrrets and
alleys, as ma? b required by the city conned of
said city, and council the same therewith by easv
and convenient cradr. ard shall, on rraeoaable
notice by the cuy auioori'ies. at ail times make
ami Keep in g.HKl repair tbe necessary dra na and
cnlTerta, wiiirh may be required by the city conn
nl Bnder or alor.e said track and in or across aoy
of said street or a) lew.
3. In la) ini; said additional track in or over
sai.i si ret ia, it sl.all be laid down so a to Ir.le'fere
as little as poible with the ordinary traTtl and
uses of said sireeta.
4. Jvijd compny in the use and maintenance
of said track shall he snbjeet to ail accessary and
ordinary uoiice and revenue restrtions of siid
city of HtKk IsLiDd, and shall at Do lime )eav
xiandinir or placed sro-s any streets, which tt
CTorten or may c ros aty roilm Mock orotmirac
Passed May 19th, li.
A pprnved :
Attest: WILLIAM McC'OCHIE.
RosraT Kor.ai.tit, Mayor.
Seaij e-ity nerk.
Declaring lots one U), two (2,
three (3), four (4, rive (5) and
six (6) in block C in Edgewcod
Park, addition to the city of
Rock Island a nuisance.
V U ordained b) the City Coumeti of th CM of
PtcT o 1. That lots one(l), two (, three fL
fonr i4. fire (5) and six (SI, in block C is Kdee
wood Park, addition to the city of Rork Island
in the cosnty of Rock Island and slate of Illinois,
is hereby declared U be a public nuisance.
Sac a. The city clerk ia hereby ordered to
seree on the owner or owners of said lots, a notice
to fill the same with clay, saod or grarel, to grade
it to such height as will prevent stagnant water to
stand thereon, within thirty days from the ser
vice of such notice. j
feac. a. Upon the refnaal or neglect of such
owner or owners of such lots, f- comply with
such notice and f 11 the said kits within the lime
allowed for the doing thereof, then ia that esse,
such filling should be done by the city of Rock
Isiand at toe least possible cost, under the dlrec- I
tion and supervision of tbe superintendent of
streets and committee on street and alley of tbe
dtr council of said city, and for the purpose of
enforcing the hens created be ihe .tumw ilr.
of npon ibe entire interest of the owner or owner
or mm iota, a petition shall be filed by the city
attorney in the circuit court of tbe county of
Rock I aland, and such other steps taken as are
provided b7 tbe statute ia such case made aad
Passed May 19tb. 1890.
Attest: WILLIAM McOOSOCHIE.
Ron est KotBLEa, Mayor.
tSeal City Clerk.
OTItTE OF GUARDIAN'S SALK
OF REAL ESTATE.
Statc or Iu-isois, I
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. ltfiw. on the application of Robert D.
McOeery. guardian of Porter McOeery, Robert
D. McL'reery ami William ktcCreery, minors, to
ell the followins described real estate belonging
to said minors, situate in the county of Kock isl
and and slate of Illinois, to-wit:
The undivided Ursa fourteenths (3-14) of the
northeast quarter (Hof tbe southeast quarter
(! of section ten (10). ra township sixteen
north of range one west of too fourth principal
meridian. I stall oa the ltih day of June, A. D.
1490, at the north door of the court house In the
city of Rock Island in the county of Kock Island
and state of Illinois, at the hoar of I o'clock, p.
m.. sell all the interest of said miners in ana to
the raid real estate at publie vendue to the highest
and best bidder for cash in hand.
Guardian of Porter MceJreery, Robert D. Mc-
'reery and William McCreery. minors.
By Jacksou A U ckst. Attorneys.
Notice Is hereby Riven, that the nderslgaed
has been appointed awrgBee of Abram Loeb. and
all persona holding any claim or claims against
said Abram Loeb are hereby notified to present
the same to him a nder oath or affirmation within
tore months from this data, whether said claims
are duo or not- All persona indebted t said aa
tgBor are requested to make prompt payment of
Dated March 4th. 18S0.
HENRY P. HTXL, Assignee.
The Crown dining ball, No. 1703 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,
in soma of 200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
amy ea Beads.
Those who are required to give bonds
ia 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
A merirao Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent,
Rock Island, Dl.
e.hearjest and best place in the paper for
"WaBta." "Lost," !ale" and "Rent" notire.
Only one-h!f cent a word. Svery body reads this
column. Try it.
R B8NT THR MILAN UOlE. MILAN.
111. Enquire on ibe premise. IS tU
SKOOXIMIANO FfRNITlRE, boanht. sold
or exrhsneed. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at SUB Kast Second street. liaTrnport.
FOR SALK VALLABLK PATKNT 1M
proeement on Eleratora. Now in operation at
i-tar rinishins Worts. S llainltion Su, Pbila.la.
P; preserves life and limb: for fall p..rticalrs
apply U KtBT J. WALKER, Inirenior.
WANTED TWO LI1EH AND ONE GEN
ties- so to racTass for a new inrentkia : sal
ary (3 a day. Experience unnecessary, v. R. D.
WASTin. Fl UT-tI . ASS TRAVEUNQ
SahsraeB at orce for Illinois ard Iowa. D.
R. InsersoU A Co., Ss and iT Dearborn S . fhl
rago. 111. feb-27
WANTED ARELIABLE PERSON IN ReCK
Isiand and erery town in this locality todis
tribute cinrnlars; for parueulsrs send references
acd address. T. N.Crowley, J Main St , Terie
II sate. Indians.
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGB A
Rranca omce, at her own borne, for the Fs
mons Female Specine "eirantre Li!y": s splendid
opportnnity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley Medical Institute. Snub. iVnd Ind.
DC L M 0 N i l '
aW known He
world Tjer. s is Vr.
FlliM lni. tl-naia?r"f their fam sis
r-siA.iriit st .Ml ltrwlat. Nrw Vrk. We
ti av Ms in ill j i... f s r ixl,
ne Talile,' ibe rH r lixt.u- I., .si cu
linary an rr r.s. an.l i he .tilv nee
elurset by tl-e lk-lii.TiiitsK. i .-.miLuiis iM.
sintesi as . a ihe in. el e.!rue m'ti-v
sales ewoniHMis. 'WHHt-st.m IH-rxt. S-itc;
! r elrruUrs intliig leni s i!.--iiie n .T;Tl-.
(kiri L 'slrr t f., hkv, s1tMa, 1ms.
J. M. BE1KD.SLEV,
TTORNET AT LAW twice with J. T. Ken
ilworthy, ITtt Second Avenue.
WILLIAM J U KMJ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank BuiMice, Kork Island. 11L
I. B. CWtuIT. C.L.W1LIIL
SWEEEr k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OtBce in Bengston's clock. Rock Island, 111.
McE.NLRY k McEMRl,
I TTtlRNBY'8 AT LAW-Loau money on eond
1 eeenrity.makecoUections, Refitvnce, Mitch
ell Lynde. bankers. otBee in I'ortonH-e biock.
FOR SALE EVRHY EVBMNi; at Cramiton s
Sews Stand. Fire cents per coj.y.
The First NMicmsI hank nf n.vk Island. illls..
located at Kork Island, in the st.te t.f llint-. is
closing up its sir rs. All nose L..I.I. r. and hero,
creditor- of t-il AsTK-iauon. are tin r f ire hrrehv
no tiled to prcsen the ncxes an t other claim
atrainst the Asvoriat'on for payment
L. MITCHELL, President
IHt.-d Ap:ll t?. ls:i
To se'I cmr pood hv sample to whole-ale and re
tail trade. We are Ihe lar.-est maur.f i Iilrrr in
oor line. Liberal salary paid. P. rmanent nosi
tKin. Miey advanced Ur waces, advertisinj.-,
etc. Korrerm a.idress
CIHTEKHIAL MFQ. CO . Cliicao. 111.
LOUIS K. GILLSON &. CO..
r roc o red Incr.-a-e a'l other soldiers claims
rosecuied. Wti:e us about yonr eae. Kmra 4,
Metropciliuui block, t hxatro, 1.1.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Successor to Guthrie Jt Collins;
Plans arid estimates furnished. A spcciilty
made of line work. All orders attended to
promptly and satif action cnaranteecL
st UrEce and shop No. lDlS Third avenue.
WM. 0. KULP. D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO "
Room; , T. 3 and .
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, IA.
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BASK
(Cnarted by the Leptslalare of Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daily from S A. M. to 3 P. M . aad oaTues
day and Saturday Evenings front 7 to
Interest allowtxl on Dtspoil at tbe rate
r.9 A nip rijf-it rwiv innni-n
V 7VA -V-s. IA s. a,v B AkVU U UIU-
Deposits received in anionnts of
$ 1 and Upwards.
SKCCRITY AND ADVANTAGES.
The Diivate Drooertv of the Trustees ia resoon.
Bible to the depositor. Tbe officers are prohibi
ted from borrowing any of it money. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
Owrr-v.. - a TT V..mm. I-; .1 . .
TtbSbibssb, Vice President; C. t. Umikwit,
Tarri-ana : S. W. Whaelork. Pnrtee 9klnner
C. r. Hemenway. t. Silas Leas. a. H Edwarws.
Hiram Darling, A. 8. Wright, i. 8. Keator, L.
H. Hemenway, C. Vitzthum.
Esy-Tbe only chartered oawings Bank la Rock
P. H. Mn.LTK, Trest.
S. F. 8rra, Vice-IWt.
F- H. Rtat. 8.vy.
i. II. Fix-lab, Tmaii
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BTJILDINtl,
DAVENPORT, ... IOWA.
Perfect omtection a'niosi l.nn.lie.
and Ore with its Fire and BuirLir-lT.Kf
aults and Utiles. Is now prepare!! to rent
Safes in its Vaults, with either coiiiliiii.tlion ot
e iva. i' . s m mew icues are all
different, and under the control of the renter.
Karli safe evHitaitis a tin Ito ia which to place
valiuihles just siv-h a.-eomrrHslMtKms as are
wattled j AdmiiiKtnttnrs, KxeeiiUirs, liatrd
lans. Capitalists, il.irrKsl or Single Wouieu
Kartners. Mec-liaus-s, Traveling Men. or
rUnuigers, havinj; vaiitW.-s. lrivate retiring
rooms for tlie ex-uiiiiiatioa of papers. eU-.
Hf&fea in all fiir.es- rrtin'i lie in nri,. 1 u-r u n . . ...
from Three) Isiliars up lo Tlilrtv Itollitrs. a
eordin'r to size and loiation. Also, btorate
'T p.aWAf(T-T WMC 1 H11IIKS. II TOU
are going to travel, this is tlie only piaee of ab
solute safety in tlie lliroe cities for your silver
and other vaiuaMe. Ch.-uves reasonahle.
Call and sea our Vaults, whether you desire a
Sole or not. .
. M. J. laiHLFS, Custodian.
sera, on alt CASH ordera durins; our 30
DAVS' SPCCIAt, PRICK SALK.
DRS. KITI1K.MXIK1) A CfTLEK,
fJRADI'ATES OF THE ONTARIO VETERNA-
re collesre, Velemary rtivsieiars anp Surg.-ons.
tffice: Tindall's Livery stable; Kesideccc: Over
Aster Bakery, market sqnare.
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried sod well
known Fire Insurance Com panics he following:
Ttoval Inanranee Onnrwiv. of Ecelan-t.
Weeehester Fire In. Company of S . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co.. Buffalo, N. T.
. Rochester German In Co.. Rochester, H. T.
Cilixens In. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
nn Fire OtBce. London.
ValoB Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. C.. New Hiven, Co-n.
Milwaukee Mechanic Ins. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
German rire Ins. Oowof Peoria, IU.
Office No. 1808 8econd Ave..
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAS IXTIBTED A-
which doe its work in a t boron eh manner.
"FVIt thoroughly purifies Ihe air and remorrs
all obnoxious smells. Fur sale at Emil Koebler's
Prick 50 Cents ter Btrrn.E.
ALL KINDS OF
done. A specialty of furnishing all kind
of Stoyes with Caetlnes ot S cents
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
IIA8 PURCHASED TlIK
and bas removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
WHe solici s the trtule long enjoyed
bj his predeoe.or and as manj new
customers ar wish to favor biro with
John Volk & Co.,
- M an u f ar t u re rs of
Sasn, Doors, Dlinds. Siding Flooring.
an I all kintls nf wrsxt work for buil.ler..
Eighteenth : be. Third and Fourth ave..
RtN- K ISIJIND.
inter & Lemburg.
Wholesale IValers and laorters of
Wines anil Limiors,
(removed to new quarters)
Nos. 1616 and 16 IS
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The cheapest ever known
$225 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to fnrn"shTi'e snd Brick for
side alts and do general hnal tug. , Office op.a
sile SL Jitseph's cburvh, Secnd avenue.
Telephone 1 .. T. 11. ELLIS.
AWNINGS, TENTS, ETC.
"iVagon and all kinds of
Office and Factory 308 Hsrrlsoo street.
J. M. BUFORD,
Taa a44 Fir and Time-tries twapaaVaw
LOSSES PR01IPTLT PAH).
a tow a any re Hi Me romrsany .
wr rwvmf. is aaucitaw.
R. R. TICKET
( If ember Aneincfta Tt-!- .
Kkduckd Ratks to all Points.
urrics -ia Adams Express Office-under
SOLE AGKHT FOR
iUrlln ' '-"lie, and
Children a Bicycles a specialty.
tnsy os fonrvi aw
a at OKO. p.
Ccreai), wbasw as
Btrtuuv li onrwoa
, I IISSk.,g
Practical Tile and Brick M Layer.
Resedence 819 Twenty first St. Yard near St. Paul Depot.
Rock Island, 111.
y Estimates furnished fur any kind of Tile or Brick in the market. I ayisz of tri k
and ti e walks a S'n-ciahy.
J. T. D IXON.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
-J". "W. 1T02STES-
Itealer ia New and
Second Hand Goods
The highe? orice paid for piods of an kind.
j". nvr. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
KAKUFaCTCRER OF CS&CKEBB A'D BISCUITS
Ask your Grocer for them. Tbey are beet
Specialties , Tbe Cbristj "0TITIB
COS. WASH- k 3d ATE. 8.
From 31 years" experienc in Iln
pital and Priirate practice Is enable
to ruarnou-r radical tures in Onooi'
or m srinous disease cf the !4Md.
thrust, no-e. skin, kiilcrys, bolder
and kindred organs. Grart I and stric
tare cured without pain or cattine.
Th'se who contestplate going V
Hot -prins for the treatment of any
in-irate or blood diseases can be curve:
for one-third tbe roa
I ADIFQ By this treatment a
lrU-0 lovely complex ion. fre
irom sa I'-wues. fn-ck i-s, erni ti4n.
etc- lriliianlete snd w-rfect hf-alit
can lie ha4l. '""""That t:n-d feei
inu" and aii ft-nite weakness trompt
ly cured. Hii.m n?. headache. Ner
V.Mls rnstrI:i.n. aiid tskt-tilessnre.
rvar.nn trruiKs, Ir.tlammatMTii aijd 1 Icerati.ia.
Killing ami .Ii-p ac-menls. pinl weakness and
' l.siL"e tf Life. eVtisuit the olj doctor.
NFRVOU- i',l,l and ercanic weak-Ill-nVUUO,
llt, premature deay. eril
fireh. :. :-. Ifdislrut, imiaired m mi.ry. l al-p-la...ii
,i he nenrl, imp!e i.n tti- face, specks
hef-re ihe KVK, rintritu in Ibe ear. c arrh.
ihrealetied consumption and every d-qcalif -a'
Hon thai rr-nders nvriL'p iinin.ir and ur,na:.r
.SFEEIHl.Y ail KKMA ESTI.V cure.1
BLOOD AND SKIN-
nomWe in its result cni l. (.-ly entdicated
witbont the u-e of rrercuri S n,fain Kry:pe
Us Fever es. ili.itcht, P:- pVs, I i'rers. pin
in the Head jnil tlone-s, yj.hiltic re Thro-I aai
Tongue. tibindMiar cnlarjenieiit ..f the Seek
Kbeuroatism. etc., cured wb- u wnrra trace failed
RUPTURE ,",,r',- w'!b ot i',n or hind-'
tiji - l- r nre from businc-s
URINARY '-rKrcm'.T rontracte.1 or
. - ' rbr""C dis.as InislTIVELY
rured in 3 to H days l.y a ka-al reme.iy . No nau
seons drnu- r. rt. e.1irine maile.1 or eipre-s-ed
to a-.y a-Mr.-s. free from ..beerrati.. Vbar
itrfaT', T"--h. Book and ouestion list
15c. a fri- nl I t-lk cost m.thin
Hell Ks: loa.m to 11 ta.,t to 3 and 7 toS p m.
isun.lsT: -jUi.lp. m.
S Wa-u. Av. s. ElISBEAPOLIS. atlSK.
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past two months he has snccessfully
00 ( INKS
of the roost severe rharae'er. Re low he ci the
name or a few that he has successfully treated.
who are well known, that lire la Davenport and
" s l.Il. J .
J II flarrtn Y?.wl. I.I..J s. .
Mrson. heart disease.
Mis Anna Davis, V. A. Steams, scrofula.
Charles ('ordon. Urnry Winebcrg. rbeaiaiietn.
Mrs. Anna Welsh, neumlrta.
Mna 1. A I o . ...
Jennie Wayherry. Mary -jberbine, A. B. Thorno
aon, female diseases.
These are a fewof the many rases he has snc
cessfully treated, but they are enough la show
, 7 "7 one woo UKMOUftily wnder-
stsnds the cause of disease.
t-Loss of Manhood, Seminal Weakness, and
Errors of outh i..,.ti..t . . -
Cured 1 "t yviouiicuur
OTCassj uccefully treated by rorrespoa-
aence. Correspondence u-nunt.,i.ll k. a.
in stamp promptly answered.
tfflce-McCuIlough a New Plock.
W. Third Street, near Main,
NERVE AKD ORilS TBfiJMEHT.
fjTSf Lw,M Tr r,'""--s rifa. y-eu,Ti-iv Wake
' l . ""'- ,-lsrMon.l.Mlen.u-.i ;-JV ,."-, ..l
ia-aniiT and l.lmc lo nu-. vde.all
vv.. -. or HI f.- Ss i-erl t-v rja.fi i,L..i
BIPW aV D a TT-utsw.
1',1t-ol AenU, corner Third avenae'ana
TwenUeth street, Kock Island, IU.
4. ' was-w f"rrf5i
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 rnrntr every ore perfect, and win seisd Ci-.
Twenty day s trial, to responsible parties '
S&fetj Fleating Boilers and Contnetfirs f ,
furnishing and lajioe Water, and
1712 First An? .
Rock Island, LHr.o -Telephone
1148. Residence 1 elerl.or.e !
Will trade, -fell or buy inythltg.
No. 1614 Secotd Avenue.
and the Christy "WAFXB-"
P.OCK ISLAND. ILL.
Dr. Uhn Dyks
IF NOT, TRY IT.
ftf lar feasS Iwissits-liax
HAKTZ A. BAHNSEX.
Whnl.-f-Hle Aeenu. Ifcw-k I -laid
Stop that Cough?
Or it it in i,-.p yon
How Will You Do It?
The Siirtfst tbin" known is
Not only your cnuh, nl T-itr
BrofK-lii, trouMe, as well as
many other things. It is rr
runted. Yti are 1(H in? time.
nKiney. anJ perhaps your life, in
this de-lay. It is worth inresti
THE GREAT RESTORER WORKS.
1SX) Portland Ave. Minneapolis. Minn.
For particulars, niedictn, etc. Price SI 00 per
bottle. Tow drugget can jet it.
nrw me weu mate vs n oi use
KHMifES GOLDEN SFECIFIC
elii I? rJil ''I'.Tli". t ' - e ew, r U artl-
?!Sli?rJZ; iJL2?,,1,' ea a eatw .
ETTim d' wbr ta wsof-si a
Marshall Fisher and T. U. Thomas. d-t-.
gists, Bock Island, HI. aaay &-dw 1
Tbe Great French Remedy for Suppressi r.
and Monthly IrreimUrttirs.
Ladies Vse Le Due's Periodical PU1, of Par-s.
France; yuatai-.teed ao accomplish all th-t -r
latned for the m . To be Bsed bmi fa It for tr.w. !
peculiar lo women Fall direct k.hs with ea b
lTx !r N'T or ,hre 1 for 5. Aiwt!- n
Pill Co., royalty proprietors, -spencer Ii aa T: '
renninepill obiained of ejtto Kudert' Elstnri,
Kork Inland, Jappe A Co , Davenport, and of "
Tint n H aoknowlo.lsd
he ieavline rerns't 1
4-olMrrhiea A .leeu
lueoolv saie remetiy r
I i.rearrilfe it and svl
to ail aurtervrs.
etn i.j siiiMk If . Uu
-A I'm art a. IU.
V Cl k Orwxcista,
tl tUlt L t-IHs.
ItniMf-ls- a rt IliaABaL ttrssas1.-iww.-a t.. I h aVlii- rl-
I Uj as utt-tim drAsnr X or muvl i-.r j
j nrea it, -
t fl V..LA Yts.
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