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THE KOCK ISLAND AUG US, r SATURDAY, MAY 31. 1890.
MAIDS AND MAT RON 3 OF THE MONU
Tare Cfcmraeinsx Ctrl mm& Threw Ku
vied Ladle Mrs. Tpoi, Mrs. Alexander
Biwvrm. Mn. Frank Bum, Mia Hor-
- wit i, X&e Willisana, Miss Robiwsosu
Ooprrigttt by American Press Association.
AJthongh the. Monumental City has bq
memos snperb besjuties, there are half
dozen to whom society with common con
sent swards the palm. They are the thre
yoona matrons, Mrs. Jesse Tyson, Mrs
Alexander Brown, Mrs. Frank Brown, and
the three maidens. Miss A dele Ilorsritz,
Miss Rebecca Williams and Miss Lota Rob
A voonz matron whom no maiden can
rival is Mrs. Jeie Tyson. Tennyson saw
no lovelier in his "Dream of Fair Vomen."
As Miss Johns, of a family patrician and
old, she bad hardly the successes of a mod
ern belle. Every one knew her to be won
derfully pretty, but she was shy, and it was
not until her engagement to the wealthy
bachelor, Mr. Jesse Tyson, was announced
that they awoke to the fact that the loveli
est maiden of the season was to be wed.
Mr. Tyson was worth a million or two, and
two generations of belles would willingly
hare laid their hearts at his feet.
MBS. ALEXAXDEB HHOWS.
Miss Johns was scarcely 18 when the mar
riage took place. There was a year's sojourn
on the continent, and when a year ago Mr,
and Mrs. Tvson returned to their stately
home, Baltimoreans found that the bride
was even lovelier than the debutante.
Rather short, but with a perfect figure, an
oval face, exquisitely modeled; masses of
black hair, dark eyes, sft rather than
sparkling; a mouth tender and wistful, of
a manner matchless in its dignity that is
the picture of the young matron whom men
admire and women commend.
The picture of her given here is by a Lon
don artist, and in it her chief beauties, color
and expression cannot be shown. Her
cheeks are of as glowing red as the rare
MRS. TT.ASK. BEOWS.
Ulrich Brnnner rose, and her expression is
at once modest and appealing.
It has been said that Baltimore's beauti
ful women look alike, either be-In a; fair and
lily like or unfathomably brunette, Mrs.
Alexander Brownthough not resembling
Mrs. Tyson in feat ure, produces the same
effect on the eye, for they have the same
black hair, dark eyes and rich coloring.
She was MLs Bckkio Montagu, Baltimore
born and bred, but many men outside her
own city were ber suitors, and it was said
that two or three New York millionaires
felt chagrined when they heard that the
bello if Baltimore had chosen to marry in
her own city. Mr. Alexander Brown is
connected with the widely known banking
house of Brown Sc Co., and is the only son
of the senior member. Mrs. Alexander
Brown looks like a girl of 18. Her figure
la fairly perfect, her arms and throat being
white, firm and rounded. She wean her
black hair a la Bretonne, uncurled and
shaped to the forehead,
Mrs. Frank Brown, wife of the postmas
ter of Baltimore, has for several years been
considered one of that city's prettiest wo
men. She is of medium height, of a beau
tifully rounded flguro, with a face fair,
dimpled and humor loving. Some of the
finest entertainments in Baltimore have
been given at her magnificent home on
Charles street. She is a perfect hostess and
popular. She leaves shortly for Europe,
where she will remain eighteen months.
foe most talked of beauty In the Monu
mental City is Adele Ilorwits. film has a
reputation as assured as that of Marion
Lauigdon or ftallle Hargous in New York,
and she has won her laurels as the Balti
more beauty par excellence in Philadel
phia, Karrogausett Iter and Bar Harbor.
She Is the only daughter of B. F. llorwiti,
prominent business man of BulUnore,
and through her mother, who was the
daughter of the world known physician,
Dt. Gross, she la connected with the best
Philadelphia and Kentucky families. She
is tall, fairly slender and royally carries a
head of marvelous beauty on her white
The coloring of that head is equal to its
grace, for it is produced by tbs pjlest rone
of the clieeks and the golden brown of the
hair. Her color is never high, but always
of that pale tint seen in the hedge rose.
"Eyes blue and well opened, brows arched,
nose fine and small, and a riante mouth
make up the other attributes of the beauti
ful Mini Horwitz. She has the well
groomed look of a high bred English girl,
but dresses in the quite fetching fashion of
a French maiilbn. Two years ago, when
she mode her debut, even Baltimore was
taken by storm, for hor mother, a witty,
brilliant woman, gave a series of entertain
ment in ber honor.
There was a luncheon for ladies, a large
theatre party the same night and a bal
poudre the following evening, and by the
three was Mile. Adule successfully launched.
She was seen last winter at the Assembly
in Philadelphia and at several other balls
In the Quaker City, and was also one of the
risers at The TJamblaSa "hunt in WasEing
tom, when several little dinners cere given
in her honor.
StFSS ADELE HORWITZ.
A girl who is considered very lovely in
Baltimore is Miss Rebecca Williams, the
daughter of an old and wealthy family who
have lived for half accntury in a fine brown-
stone on the historic Mount ernon Place-
Miss Williams has been an invalid for
year past, but her illness has only seemed
to idealize and make her more lovely. She
Is of the second Baltimore tyte, that of tbe
pale blonde. In additW-n to tbe beauty of
soft blue eves and fair hair, she has
lovely month and teeth as one ever sees and
a peculiarly winning expression.
She is one of the few lovely American
girls whom the great French portar paint
er, Alexander Cabanel, consented to paint,
and tbe picture used here is copied from it.
At the time she posed for tbe portrait she
MISS tEBECCA WILLIAMS,
vu ill, and it shows her more fragile than
she is, and with dark cirv-Ies under the
eyes. Miss Williams inherits her beauty,
for a Mealy portrait of her mother shows
her to have been a rarely beautiful woman
of tbe .! soft. refinM type as the daugh
ter. I t h her fat hi'r and mot her are deal,
and it is through the f irmer that, she in re
lated to t he Bon&partes. A yon nifer sister.
Miss Cliarlotte, is counted among Balti
more's pretty prLH. Ut face is pirUAnt
and cliirming, and she has au exquisitely
Xot strictly beautiful, but with anarch
and vivacious manner that makes ber par
ticularly attractive, is Miss Ita Robinson,
daughter of Mrs. John M. Robinson, one of
the u)t famous society leaders Baltimore
MIS3 LOTA IViKISSOX.
has hod in many a day. Miss Robinson is
tall, gracefully formed, and dresses in a
style peculiarly becoming to a brunette.
She is a bit dashing and daring in her
dress, but her conservative city seems to
like the change from more demure beau
ties, and she is universally popular.
Caholive SlFTO! PtprcR.
Lucy How delicious to feel the sweet
April breeze blowing gently ufKjn my
Larry Ah, would that I were an April
breeze, doing that sort of thing. 1 vhould
I Arry I should want a kis for every
blow. PiTtsbnrg Bulletin.
Eminent Testimony .
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecbcr writes: I
have nsed Allcock's Plasters for some
years for myself and family, and. as far
as able, for the many sufferers who come
to us for assistance, and have found them
a genuine relief for most of the aches and
pains which flesh is heir to. I have used
Allcock's, Plasters for all kinds, of lame
ness and acute pain, and, by frequent ex
peri men ta, find that they can control many
cases nut noticed in vour circulars.
Allcock's Porous Plasters have been io
nse for over thirty years, and their value
has been attested by tbe highest medical
authorities as well as by voluntary and
unimpeachable testimonials from those
who have used them.
Beware of imitations, and do not be
deceived by misrepresentations. Ask for
Allcock's, and let no solicitation or ex
planation induce yoa to accept a substi
Allcock's corn and bunion shields effect
quick and certain relief.
Many a man Is like a thermometer, in
that he's temperate to a certain degree.
Btwara of Ointments for Catarra Thai Contain
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the whole
system when entering it through tbe mu
cous . surfaces. Bach articles should
never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do is ten fold to the good yoa
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
acta directly upon tbe blond and mucous
surfaces of tbe system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure yoa get the genuine.
It is taken internally and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J . Cheney & Co.
tWooia by druggists, price v&c per
The fire department at Atchison uses
cotton hose. . Wonder what the women
up there think about that?
Starch crows stick v common pow
ders have a vulgar glare. Pozzonl's is
the only complexion powder fit for use.
nmmtmy fterrle. " -At
Trinity church. Rev. R. 1. Sweet.
rector. Service tomorrow, Trit ity Bun
dsy. at 10:45 a. n.. 13 m. and '30 p. m.
At the chapel at 2 -30 p. m.
At tJe Y. H. C. A. rooms, 1 he meet
ing for young men held at 3:30 lv m. will
be led by Mr. Frederick Bkiaaer. All
young men are cordially invited to at
At the United Presbyteriae church,
preaching at 10:45 a. ra- and 7 30 p. ni.
by the pastor. Rev. U. C. Marshall.
Sabbath school at 9:30 a. n. Toons ;
ple'a meeting at 6.45 p. as.
At the Broadway Presbyterian church.
the Rev- W. 8. Maiquis, pastor. Ser
vices al 10:45 a. ra. and 7:30 p. is. Morn
ing subject. "God vi the rods." Even
ing subject, 'The Work of the General
Assembly. Sunday school at i:10 a. m.
Young people s meeting at 0:4 p. m.
At the First Baptist church, no ser
vices will be held either morn in I- or even
ing. Sunday school at 9:30a. t.. J. W.
Welch, superintendent. - Missk n Sunday
school at the Fortyfourth street chapel
at 3 p. m., C. L. Williams superintend-
At the Central Presbyterian chnrch.
Rev. J. H 4 Kerr, pastor, there will be
tbe usual services morning and evening.
Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m Young
peoples prayer meetins at fj-JO o. m
Preaching at South Rock Irlaitd at 8:30
At tbe Christian Chapel, service at
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. conducted by
the pastor, tbe ReT. T. W. Grafton.
8ubject in tbe mornine, 'Tbf Problem
of L'fe." Evening. "Vorthles Bibles.'
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m , 1C A. Pat
terson, superintendent. Younf: people's
meeting at 6:30 p. m.
For tbe First M. E. chnrch, preaching
at 10.45 a. m . and 7:30 p. m. by tbe pas
tor. Iter. G. W. One. in tbe rint . Morn
ing snbjert, "The Object and Motive for
Inning ith the Church fining "ab
ject, "The Average Man." At tbe close
of the morning service the recption of
members into tbe chnrch will occur and
the ordinance of christian baptism be ad
ministered to adults. Soody school at
9:15 a. m, J. F. Robinson, siiperioten-
dent. Young people's meetirg at 630
p. m. in the rink.
TkelOn(iitl Parkace I twain ewe.
Wagner, the Rock Island btewer, has
opened an original package bouse in
VV bat Cheer, and appointed ar.agent to
distribute the goods. They ire pit up
in cases containing two dozen inart bot-
tlechalf cases containing oce den quart
bottles, kegs containing eight gallons.
and pony kegs containing four gallons
each. These are sold at regular whole
sale prices. Mr. Wagner is adhering
strictly to that c instruction of the su
preme cojrt decision, which I lakes the
half case, case, half keg or kef; the orig
inal package. The Dallas Co. of Dallas
City, Ills., and the Ouber Brewing Co.
of Rock Island, have ooent-d similar
bouses. The Ho her Co. hold that the
bottle is the orginal package, nd sell by
half pint, pint and quart bottles Mas
Mre (- 4(ettt .
Do yoa Cast? Have yoa read "LfxkiBg Back-
Were Yoa bora la Davenport, Bock Island or
Caa yoa Ikrk postage stamps ! Were roar aoces-
Bave yoa ever built catle la Spall ?
Will yoa rotothe rea ude ibis ramarr!
Do von like your cbatnDatrue drr or '.
Have yoa coorage enough, when we give yoa tbt.i
To kick a oat into tbe etreet
Is your daosrtoter or wife kleptomania-?
Do too eer have fil? If o. wbea
Im yoa sing like 0 ne-b neer, tbe bar tone firrer
Uow km if are oa out of tbe pen7
IIm the street yoa live on been wet lal-j?
Do yon wear Aaaoels all mummer ke
la yoar middle name Peter? Do you IikeCar-
It "oaie Day" yonr favorite song?
Didn't Want Milk.
A milk nuts was jurt p.-ttir g into his
wagon the other morning wh-?n a man
came around the corner an-1 ca lied:
"Say, yoa wait a minute!"
The man jumried for his fieat and drove
off as hard as the horne conld go, while
the other FtorM taring after him with a
disgusted hx.k, and finally said :
"Well, that's qtioer. I wanted to ast
him if he knew nf anybody 'vho conld
draw me some soils.
"Be yon tlw milk inFpoctor " aked a
"Of course not."
"Then yu wait and IT1 nn rrp and
bead him off in theafley and t ll Lira so.
Hell want a quarter, thong" i, for the
way you hkeart him. His coll ir was all
limpsy before the horse had made two
jumps." Detroit Free Press.
Reform la In tbe Air.
Customer Is it customary 1 3 fee the
Waiter Yes, sir.
Customer Then Land over yonr fee.
rve waited for you nearly a:i hour.
Tbe Crown dining hall, No. 170S Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to fcrnish yoa
the be l meal in tbe city for 25 cents.
$50,000 to loan on real estatti security.
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest!
current rates of interest, with ut com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Atvorney at
law, Rock LslaD.i.
E. E. Parmenter, attorney ai iaw.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business int rusted to
him. Office, postoffice block. Rock Isl
and. Ills. is&wly
Surety oa Bonds.
Those who are required to g ve bonds
to positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to beccme their
sureties, or who may wish relieve
friends from further obligation! u bonds
man, should apply to the age it of the
American Surety Co., of New Fork.
Ed. Lteberkhbci t,
General Insurance i gent.
Rock Isl nd. III.
Mooes to Gas Conanmarii.
There will be an additional d .scount of
25 cents per thousand allowed (from
our present rate) on all gas consumed
at -any residence where a gati cooking
range is actually in use, thus n aking tbe
net rate $1 SO per 1,000 ft. The above
to apply only when bills are pai 1 prompt
ly, and to begin with consumption of
June, 1890. W. H. Jcdgk,
Sec'y, SupL and T.eaa.
The K-1. P. to Bpnngfi
The R. I. & P. will sell
tickets to Springfield on Jnne 8
1 and 4th
on account or tbe democratic
vention. at one and one-third li
ire for the
round trip. Tbe morning tri
Rock Island at 8:15 a. m . an
Springfield at 3:50 p. m ; tbe
at 220 p. m., and arrive at Spr
11 p. m.
1 arrive at
Ta Doar Oarnara.
Dog taxes for the" season of 1890 are
now due.and all owners of dogs are bere-
Kw ntifla1 In nrnwiri thema Ivea witb
checks, which nay be bad either at the
marsbai s omce or or any mem ter oi uie
police lorce. i htl mi jjb,
V. .. ,.,il.... f Waal I
The dwelling formerly occmJed bj D.
n Roara n..r Rlapk Ttawk'a w atr.h tow.
er, with sine acres of. land.;; Also the
barns at the Davenport homest ;ad. Ap
ply tO " HBHBT 3TJBTM.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM.
After SJvear rxT,eoee in teafh ne Inarm
mental M n.ir, 1 will proBtTve roamoretbtory witb
k-w UaaOM for Ibe leaei money of any teacber in
Ue crty. o
nnfler oar mpervifiow. riven eafb iovenile r-opil
1 earnera w ill nave money to order tneir Ji oax
Books of as. One-lbird off of marked price en
Sheet mole to ercry one. Leave order, nxmir
aaibor, at my moie moma, 1401 9eroad arenae.
We make a Fpeeia'ry of teachins rnexpeneacrd
leaenerc now n iecn.
Addrm me at Mu5 Brady Ft.. Daren por, la.
UHi. C. A. tBtKEK
IOTICK OF GUARDIAN'S SALK
OP RRAL ESTATE.
Stv Illinois. I
Knck Iland VMiBty ( "
Bv virtne of a decreul order of the eoncty eoart
of id cosntv, enured at tbe May terra of raid
conn. A. I. on ibe anoheauon of Robert I
McOeerv. enardian of Porter alcCreery. KoOert
D. McCn-ery and William McOreery, minora, lo
aell ibe followm? de.-ribeil real evtaie DeKHiiir
to aaid mino.a, ritnate in the county of KocK IM
and aad a' ate of Ilnnoia. to-wit:
The nndiTHlcd Ihr.e fnnrteeclhs 3-14 of tve
northeaxt quarter i H of tbe aoniheaM qaarwr
' or aeruon trn (Ui. in lowr.-nip rizieeatiki
BortH of ranire one wet of the fuorth princii
merid aa. I tkali oa tbe litb day of Jane. A. D
1 ), at tbe nnrh door of the rourt boue In the
etty of Kock lland in tbe eooaty rf Kock 1-land
and txte oi liiiuota. ai uie noar oi z ciotk. b
m.. reli ail tbe inli-wt of Mid minora io and to
tbe aaid real estate al pnb'.ie vendM U tbe highest
aad bet mdder for r-n in nand .
KOBEKT D. MoCREKnl,
Goardiaa of Porter McCreery, Koh rt D. Mc-
t'reery and William McCreery. minora.
Br J Ks It HrsT. At'oniera.
Jotice to Contractors.
Sealed rropoa'' will be received at the city
clerk office, antii S o'clock p. m., on Monday.
Jane 2nd, for 4. cnbic yards more or le,
of materul to bring Fifteenth rtreel, from Third
avenue to roarui avenne, and r north avrnoe,
from Fifteenlh to Twelfth Mrvei.aod Nintternih
treet from Second to Third avense, to (Trade
Alo Tm cnb'c yard, more or lev, of macadam
fcr lop dreieinir on tbe above avenne and rtrret.
MM-cincationa to be een at the etty clerk own
The labor to he employed abonld be aa moeh a
poieitte criven to reinentor tni city, noodn re
qnired in doabie fbe amoont of contract. Tbe
etty reserve ibe ribt to reject any and all bids.
Uj order of Ibe treet and alley commiiiee.
K'lBRKT kuKHLaK, .itr clerk.
Rock I'land. 1:1.. May 2. !"
Estate of Wendell Meier. decead.
The anderxiirned. bavinc been appoint ed ex
eroirixot tbe laet will and hvtament uf Wendell
Meier, late of the conntyof kock IMaad, Kate
of lliinoi. drcra.ed, hereby pvca notice that ehe
mil appear before tbe county court or Kock Inl
and coontv. at tbe office of the clerk of aaltl
eoart, in the city of Kock Ialand, at the Angue
term, on tne rtrat Monday to Anmn next, at
which time all permns having clatma araml
aaid estate are notified and reqneoted do at
tend for the parpnue of having tbe aame adjaM
ed. All perwm indebted to aaid eatate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the on
drrMtCTied. lted thia rrth day of May, A. D., 1890.
8H-dlw JOSEPH A. MK1KR. Executrix.
Notice ia hereby clven, that the nnd. ritmed
ha been appointed acicaee of Abram Loeb, and
ail permoa boldinit any claim or claima aptinrt
aid Abram Loeb are hereby notified to pn-eent
tbe aaroeto brm anderoathor affirmation within
three month from this date, whether aaid claima
are doe or not All peraona indebted to raid ae
aitroor are requested to make prompt payment of
toe same .
listed March Z4th. !tt0. -
UENaY P. HULL, Aaaiffnoe.
Parii Exposition 1SS9 :
S CAD rUI7.ES i GOLIr BLmLS.
VANILLA (3ANTE) QUALITY.
ASK FOR TILI.OW WRAPrKB.
FOR SALE C.KVWHFKF..
BttaMCH HOUSE. QUI OH SQUARE, W.T.
6 EO. B. GAR PENTER&GO.
Pay SsweiaJ Attetm tm ta
We htmva the
FKIEST Li;iE OF STRIPES
; la Sbla elty.
202 to 2C3 Sooth Hatir Stratt,
mjuinre wou iheafs but oki cute
O'lUlrfES GOLDEN SFECIFIL
ll eaa be Seato mmmm m mW ar aea. ar In nrti-
ettm c Sua. without tha knowladea of tne pattent. If
neoaaaary. It la abaoluulj hamlraa aad wUl alteot a
permanent and apeedjr eura. wnatkar tka MtMnt la a
BOdmlednDklrariBftlmkAHAMMk IT a, a ra-w
r AILS. U oparatea ao quietly and with one aer-
w we paaen nnuciaoea no tnoonvenlenaa,
and era ne ia awaea, taia eomplete i fin aiation la
Marahall Fiaher and T. H. Tbomaa, &ra.
gista. Rock Inland. III. may ft-awly
Impartst rn-.llriuu (rarwiMrvfH-T Up thv nkim. (to
I mflVM ail iatn.t, trr4tir and diMi4irUoM. Fur
I sale by en fltxi rim drotr? j or muittl fear M cLa.
Hig a la acknowledged
The only ante remorly for
1 nrearrlbe It and feel
Mraaaiv ae Rate in reev un meruit na ia
I TwEvase Cwtif-'i fti to all aafferem.
lawtai y iri n issa.
I WiiwwSl W-ww S
We Pack oarefulhr ana)
Preoav rtwhavrt FSrCC
of CM ARCS o tMircrta-
ara, on ll CASH orders Ourins our ao
DAVS' SPECIAL PRICE SALE. .
fMJI r..!U..A fl.i22t-223 SWt
biaa rUiW.i.l U WUklit, CHicago 1 1
ssiammaBBgsasjssssjmsi 1 1 1 w
hen place in the paper for
Wan la." Lort" -ftaJe' and "Krnt Botiree.
Only one-half rt-at a wofd. Bvcrybody reads this
eoiama. Trr it.
SBCOXD-HAXD FTRS1TCRK, bomtht, told
or exebaaeed. Monev loued or Fwrnitan
stored at 2U8 Saet Second street, Daren port.
FOR 8ALS VALUABLE PATKNT IH
provemeBt oa Elevaiora. Kow la oocratHMi at
fctar rtoiahiBt? Work. St Bamiltoa 8U, Philsda.
ta; Breaervea lire and limb; for fail pr.rucnlara
apply to KOBT J. WALE K B, Invenuir.
ANTED DIKING BOOM GIRL, at Rock
J eland Uowae. C. ii. titns.
WASTED TWO L4DIK4 AND OSE EN
uenaa toraaraf for a new tnventioii; aal
ary f2 a day hUpenenoe annecf -jt- C. R.D.
WANTED. riRST-TLASS TRAVEUNQ
aatenaea at oore for IlliaoH ard Iowa. D.
R. InfersoU Oo 3 and Dearborn St. CM-
cajro. III. feb-n
WORKERS WASTED MEN AND WOMEN
areata: bic tav: steadywork: eaifit free.
No ezperieBce seeded. J. Koeo Whitney,
Kamrymaa. Rochester, N. V.
WANTED TO PENT Pnrnihed or anfar
Bthed bonae farnbed preferred) within
three-foartha of a mile of Harper iioae. Mid
be la strictly lrrt-etaa uiebborbood and rontiiB
all modern improvement. Address H. J. 1 en-
dletoa, 6a. James HoteL, Iowa City, Iowa.
WANTED A RELIABLE PER.-ON IN RtKK
letaod and every iowb in Ihie locality t dia
tribateetrralar: for partienlari aend reference
and addreaa, T. rt.vrowiey, ajs St! M , ler.e
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAtiR A
Branch office, at her own borne, for Ihe Fa-
moa female prctnc "iranze Li;j ; a aptendid
opportenity ; addrm with tamn. The Dr. Cooa
ley Medical Inatitnte. South Betid Ind.
J. X. RE1KDSLEY.
t TTORNET AT LAW-Offic wilh J. T. Ken-
aawvruiy, Atsa onwa ainiK.
WILLIAM J At
A TTORNET AT LAW. Offlce in Rock Ixlaod
National Bank BoUdinp, Rork I-iand. I1L
a. d. awiisvr. r. u walk cm.
8WEE5EY k WALKER,
ATT0RNET8 AND COCNSELLORS AT LAW
Omce m Bengatoa'a eloek. Rock trlasd, l!L
McEMET A MrEMUV,
ATTORNET'S AT LAW Loan money or, eond
aecarity, make collect mn. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers, omee la Poutbce block.
THE DAILY AKt.lS.
R SALE EVR1T EVENING at Cramuon t
hewa Stand. Five cent per copy.
DKS. RUTHERFORD CUTLER,
pRADrATEOFTHB ONTARIO TETERNA-
J ry coileve, eternary PhTieian anp Sarp am.
Offlce: Tindall'a Lirery (table; Rreidcnce; vrer
Avten Bakery, market Kjnare.
The Fir-tNationalVankof Rock I.-!sn.l. il-l..)
located at Rock I'lind. in tbe elite of iiiinot', i
ckxnng ai in e(T r. All no;e bo'.dern and o bera.
creditor of raid Aaeortatiuw. are therefore herehy
Bo ined to prevent Ibe note- an l vtbi-r clatma
amine! the A. ciat on forpm-rt.
L. MlPClitU Preidrnt
Dated Ap ill, im
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO,
pmcared. Iner?ae a'l other aoijirrs claim
proaecated. Write n about yoar ea.e. Room 4.
Metropolitan block. hicafo, I.I.
To sell oar pooda h sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the larset msnnf aetnrer in
oar line. Liberal aatary paid. Permanent poi
ton. Money aflranred for wace, advertising,
etc Forrernjn aidreaa
CSirSBRIAb KFO. CO . Oiieajo, Til.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Sscctsaor to Gotfarie Collinr
Plan and eatioiatea fnrniahed. A CTieeialtr
Biade of fine work. All order attended to
promptly and attraction cnanmteed.
IV l(bce and abop No. ISIS Third avenue.
VYM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Room? S6, tT. 2S and ,
Take Elevator. DAVKXPOkT, I A.
J. M. GASPAHD,
T iKfan Rnil.sXf TVat vraa vv T.-aav afs.1)
THE MOLINE SAVINGS 8AHK
(Charted by tbe Legbilatore of Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Opes daily from t A. M. to P. M .. and on Toes
day and batard&y avemnas rrom T ta
Interest allowed on Desposiu at the rate
of 4 per Obi per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
f 1 and Upwards.
Tfce private property of the Trnateea ia npon
sible to tbe deposit or. Tbe officers are prohibi
ted from borrowiae any of its moneva. atinont
and married women protected by apecial law.
Orrrcsa: 9. W. WasaxorK, Preaideot; Poa
Tsm riiuasBa, Vice President; C. P. Hhikiii,
Tarmras: S. W. Whoelork, Porter Skinner,
C. V. Uomenway, J. Sila Leaa, O. II Edward.
Blram Darling, A. S. rtcht, J. S. Reator, L.
IL Ilemenway, f. Vitr.thnm.
fdrTbe only chartered Savinpa Bank In llock
F. H. MiLtnL Tr.t.
B. V. Hhith, Vire-l"rm-r,
R H. ltTt. Srv'r.
J. H. 1- iruK. I rv.is.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
FIEST NATIONAL BANK BCnjIS,
DAVENPORT, ... IOWA.
"Tprfect protectifm a.iinst liurgtar. tliV-ves
srnl fire itlt iLt Fire and Iturul.ir rr.J
Vaults and Ktfes. Ih now reiaivil to rent
Hales in its Vaults, with either imi.iiiatM.n ir
Ley bK-ks. Tlie looks of these s.-ifis are aU
dinerent, and under tttei control of the r.-nWr.
Ei;li safe contains a tin Ikh in w liii h Vi pure
vahuililes just sitch aecoiuinmliuiuns a are
wanted by AdminiitrtitniM, Kxeeiitiirs, timrd
tans, Oapitaliits. ULirried or Single Wunieu,
Farmers, MeeUaim-, Travelhiic Men. tir
Stranjrers, having vahraWes. J'riv.itet rctiriiit:
mums for the enajnmatHm .f pii"rs etc
Safes In all sizes, nuijriusr iiiprire, per nuiiuiii
from Three Hollars un to Tlitrty 1 1. .Liars, ae
eonline to size and location. AUo, hturace
Bhiui lor packaires, twixes or tniuks. If ym
are poinc to travel, this in the only finer 4 ab
solute safety in Uie three cities fur ymr silver
and otlier valtuhles. ( :ii:inres reaaou;tll.
Call and see our V aults, wlwtlier you desire a
Sale or noL
M. J. KOHLFS, CwJndian.
S. E. CLOTJGH,.
The best of evsrything always oa hand at lha
attest reasonable, price.
WHITK OB BLACK HEARSE.
1805 Second Ave Bock Island.
F. CLOTJGIT, Maoacer.
Punch, Brothers, Pnack; Punch with Care
A. D. HUESING,
Represent, amcnur other time-tried and well
known Fire InsaranceCWnpaaies be following:
Rove iBssraaee Onmoavny. of England.
Wearkeeter rire In. I'ompanv of J. T.
Bnflalo German In Co . Uaflslo. N. T.
Rncherter txerma In Co., Rochester, If. T.
Citbrene In. Co.. of Pitv-barj;h, Pa.
Sua Fire Office. London.
Vaion Co., of falif.wnia.
Secaritf Im. C New Kiven, Co-n.
Milwanaee Mechanics lim. Co . Milwaukee, Wis
tie man rireln. Co., of Peoria, III.-
Offlce Cor. 18ih St, and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
as iktiktid a-
which doe its work ta a thoroneh manner.
tHFli thoroufhlv purifie the air and remnvr
a'l obnoxioua melis. For vale at Eaiil Koeiiler'
Price 50 Cents per Bottle.
-ALL KtXDS OF-
done. A specialty of fnrnishin; all kiPf's
of Stores wilb t'astinsr ot 8 cents
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
HAS PURCITASKD TIIK
and has rvmoTcd to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tyile Bolirf 6 the trade long enjoyed
by his predewsnr ami as many new
cogtooirts ar wish to favor him witb
John Volk & Co.,
- Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, S'wling. Flooring.
aa1 aft kinds of w.l work for handr
Bihtecnth S. be", rhird and Fourth ave..
a. wi ran.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale De)r. and Importers of
Wines and Lipors,
(removed to new qaarters)
Nos. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Mercer County Coal,
The cheapest ever knows
$225 Per Ton for-Cash.
Will also contract to fnrr.iehTile and Brick fnr
sidrv alks and do feneral bnnl inc. Of&re cpiM'
ai:e U Jiepb cbarch. Second avenne.
Telephone 1 36. T. H. ELLIS.
AWNINGS, TENTS, ETC.
M anafactar.'r of
Wagon and all kinds of
Office and Factory 90S Harrison street,
DAVENPORT. I A.
J. M. BUFORD.
TWs M Firs ana Tlma-trl OoBasowaa
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
asas aa law aa aav raBable taan7 a
a war psuwoacc w aauotwa.
R.. R. TICKET
Rkdtjokd Rates to all Points
OFFICE -la Adsaas Express Office under
- Harper Bonae.
: SOUS AOKKT FOB
Th- Px?tg r-',Brrle.. Ladies sad
Children's Bicjdes a specialty.
xnr tw fomvt on
at tie, p.
l't IV.' rr a. nvj
Xswaraawa Am ajuwao . Brriutao I ia Hia
I. 1 J YC...L
No. 326 Brady Street, Davenport,
BAB ACHOICE SKLKCTIOK OF
Good delireretl to all parts the three cities fre of charge.
Practical Tile and BM M Layer.
Resedence 819 Twenty first St. Yard near St. Paul D-p"t.
Rock Inland. III.
Krtimatet fsrnihed for any kind of Tile or Brick In tbe market. 1 ayinr of r v
and ti e walka a apecialty.
J. T. 13 IXON.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second A vent e.
Dealer ia New and
Second Hand Goods
The hitraea nrice raid for food of snv kind.
J". 1sj. CHBISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
MAHUFACTUKEK OF CKACSEBB ASD BIJCTJITS.
Ask your Grrer for ihem. TLey are bt-t
S3T Specialties; The Chriaty "OT8TKR " and tbe Chriaty "WATER."
ROCK ISLAXD. ILL.
COS. WASH- 3d AVE. 6-
pital and Frit ate practice ia enable4,
to euarantee radical enree ia twraok
throat, no-e. rkin, kidneva. bladder
uu KiuuiTu wxiuip . unit anil eiric
tore cared without pain or cot tine
ThAi wkwt mnli.rltt. M,m
Hot i-prinT f.tr the treatment of aaj
i-ii. mm: mi uiraevcajl DCCOTet
tor oneHhtnl tbe coet.
I ADIFS fc' tni treateent a
lM UILO kiveiycompleikm, fret
from 'lownet, freckle. ern; tion.
etr brilliant ee and perfect beaitt
ran he bad. CtrTbat tired feel
ini;" and all female wrakne prompt
lv ran.! F.Wnr..
von? i'roT ra: ion and SUfnl....... k
llT.n.n trvvnKla InA. nn. t 1 . -.
- - u l iceraiion.
Fal line and diplacementa, t.pinal weaknera and
t hanire of Life. Conanlt tbe old doctor -
N E RVO U S, J' vk;
. ... ,7 ! preaaatnre decay, evil
rorcbodinp. aelfli.trn-it, impaired memory pal
pi la! km of i he heart, pimples oa the face auecka
before tbe HVK, rineinx na tbe ear catarrh,
threatened consumption and every di-HJuaJtfi ca
tion that renders mamaee improper aad unnannv
SHKKDILY and PEKM ASIKNTLV enreo. PP7
BLOOD AND SKIN fc1,
borrible io ita reTalt completely eradicated
witbont tbe nae of irercarf . Scrof ala. KrTf'De-
VKcT.rr 140 Bto. PPVa. I leers, pirn
in tbe Head and Bones, f-yphiltie we Throat and
Tonme. ulaudnlar enlartn-ment of the Neck.
Khenmatiara. eir , cni-otl wb- n others have railed
RUPTURE t,ure" .mitK9X piB 01
" 1 w 4L- r.ncefrora boaineae,
URINARY J"r eontractad or
V - ' ' cbrowic disewswa rXltlTl VBLY
enred ia S lo H days by a local remedy. e aaa
toua draff nsed. Madicicua mailt-d or eipreee
ed to an, addreea f ree from otwervation. Char
pee fair Term. Caaa. Book and qoeetion list
IV. A friendly talk costs aothinK
HOCKS: 10 a. m. to U mS to S aad 7 to 8 p.m.
Sundav: Slot p. m.
2 Wash. Av. s. KiaBXArOLlS. KIBH.
Dr. UnN Dyk's
KIDNHY' CORDIAL; I
IF NOT, TRY IT."
HARTZ t B1HSSES, Wholesale isests.
HARTZ A. RAnVKPV
Wboleiale AeenU. Rock Ialar d.
pif l -Le Doc-, Periodical PU1, of part,
peculiar to women Fnll direction, with ea,.
P7ir C? K;..X S ?I!?Af '". America.
Pill Co ma.iT. ,a sa- Amerieaa
rill to., royalty peonrietora. Knee t."
kork t.i:. "! wonndert. Alwrtreet.
drnvgiata. ' ur'DPon sad of all
. DAVIS & CO.,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Braes Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We faarantee every ore perfect, sad will mend Ce; .
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractor? f .
furnishing and laving Water, and
1713 First Ave .
Reck Island, Illici-u
Telephone 1118. Eesidetce TelephoLe
Will trade, a, U or baj anrthine.
2o. 1614 Secotd Avrcur
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cibcinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located is
Io tie pa two month he ha enreearfntly
or tbe most severe character. Below l.e fives t! e
Dimes of a few thai be baa sncceor rn 11 r tr. a'r.1
who are well kxowa, that lire la liavrniort ai d
1. H. Fjarriaon. Rock Island cot sty Mr. A. i.
Jlron. heart disease.
Miss .i,na Dals. F. A. Stearaa, semf BU.
' b"rlr Urdn.niry Winewerc. rhemaiisn.
Mm. Anna nelsh,nearaleia
l?ll, JZ A y,". Bryant, K. L fml'U
1 fcji"7' rT Saerbine, A. B. Tton jr
son, remaje disMaea.
aftwof tbe aiaav cases be ha c-
JZl.V!7 lV .bBt enoaeh la M,.
Ita!flLl,,00e5T,0n wbo Uawomrhly nnu.r
stanl the easae of disease.
p '-irrT" MB,1bood, Seminal Weaknera. ar 1
Errora of loath, posUiTely and p,,Buri.: r
a l7C', eessfBlly treated by corresi-r.-1-1
nrrespondenr. nccomp,,.led by K
la sumps promptly answered.
t fllce-McCaUoaeVs New E lock. ' '
W. Third iStreef, near Mai.
Stop that Cough?
Or it will stop you.
How Will You Do It?
. The Surest iLing known is
Be. Ureal Beslorer!
Not only yoar cough, but Tftur
Bronchia, trouble, at well as
many other things. It is war
ranted. Yoa are loosing time,
money, and perhaps your life, ia
this delay. It is worth investi
TIIE GREAT RESTORER WORKS,
1800 Portland Ave. Minneapolis, Minn.
For particulars, medicines, etc. Price 1 pe'
bottle. Yoa druggist can ret it-