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THE ROCK ISIiAKD AJRG US, THURSDAY, JUNE 5; 189Q.
BELLES OF KENTUCKY.
DAISY FITZHUGH TELLS OF SOME
BLUE GRASS BEAUTIES.
Women Who Are of Lovely Presence) and
Aristocratic Descent Portrait and Pea
Sketches of Graceful Matron and Maid
en Pair to See.
Copyright by American Press Association.
MRS. J. 0. HCBBELL.
Her 'prentice hao'
She tried oo man.
And then she made the lassies O:
sings Bobby Burns of Madam Nature. He
doubtless would have said more specifically
had his information ranged so far:
She made the Blue Grass lassies O:
Beautiful women are a staple of Ken
tucky. One takes it as a foregone con
elusion, anil feels an aggrieved surprise at
any deviation from the generally accepted
law tine women, fine horses, fine whisky,
a traditional Kentucky tnnity.even though
the linking of the three may be all but a
Yet the focusing of all these goodly
things is fonnd best in one wide, fertile
spot the Blue Grass region, bo, at any
rate, her people think. An unhandsome
Blue Grass woman is an anomaly.
Last -utumn, when a golden glory was
over all the landscape and the perennial
verdure of the fields was rMensified by ti
brilliant sprinkling of shed leaves, dele
gates from the -J 'an-American congress
visited Lexington, the Blue Grass capital.
MISS LILT KOBIN'SOV.
Maj. H. C. McDowell, whose home is old
historic Ashland, just outside the city, and
whose wife is the granddaughter of the im
mortal Henry Clay, tendered the distin
guished guests magnificent southern hos
lo give the Uiue rass welcome a more
characteristic coloring, and to grant the
foreigners as comprehensive an idea as pos
sible of the glories of the delectable section
f country, a sisterhood of local beauties
was bidden to grace the scene. The Pan-
Americans to a man surrendered with
fervor and dispatch that would have taken
the breath away from any but a bevy of
Kentucky girls inured to conquest. One
delegate who could not talk English, but
whose enthusiam chafed to find an outlet.
-consoled himself with gesticulations and
the one utterance suitable to the occasion
at his command "Mammoth cave beau
MRS. GEXEVIEVE MORGAN MULLIGAN.
Amidst the fairest women of the state
Mrs. J. G. nubbell, not nnsuggestive of
Troy's Jlelen, stands out like her," a daugh
ter of the gods, divinely tall and most di
vinely fair." She is imperial, with the
physique of a divinity and the rich color
ing of a Greuze. Her complexion in tint
and texture is like the heart of a rose,
while her sumptuous hair, when unbound,
falls about her in a veritable golden
bower. The contour of her face is slightly
Romanesque. Another charm belonging
to her is a rich mezzo-soprano voice. Both
as Miss Laura Davidson and since her mar
riage she has been one of the most beauti
ful and popular society women in central
Her face It was the fairest
That e'er the sun shone oo.
One might venture to say all this, and
MISS ROSALIE STEWART.
more If possible, of Miss Lily Robinson, and
yet acarcely be voted hyperbolical, since
few lovelier faces could be fancied than her
own. She is the granddaughter of Gov-
ernor Robinson, one of the old granite pil
lars of the commonwealth, and a daughter
of Gen. James F. Robinson. Her father
was a brigadier general in the lata war,
and has always been prominently identi
fied with the history of the state. He is
- the most conspicuous turfman in Ken
tucky, being president of the Kentucky as
sociation. He was also predecessor of the
late William Caseins Goodloew internal
' revenue collector of the Seventh district.
His daughter is a rich "brune" beauty a
"nut brown maid," with delicately chiseled
features and dusky hair, that clusters about
her brow and temples and the nape of the
shapely neck in tenderest lovelocks. In
her manner lurks a sort of coquettish defi
ance, which adds a piqancy to her riante
loveliness and makes her aa witching a
maid as was ever man's undoing.
A superb type of womanhood is Mrs.
Genevieve Morgan Mulligan. One hesi
tates where to lix his admiration in her
case, his allegiance compelled equally by
her beauty, her intellectuality and that
subtle charm of manner that subjugates
even apart from the other attributes. She
is a poet, an artist, a philosopher, and yet
womanly past question, with a tender,
fascinating womanliness. Throughout -the
whore Mrs. iluTTigari "has quoened it roy
ally, and yet Is nowhere more irresistible
than when in a poem of a tea gown ahe dis
penses tea a la Rus.se in her genuine Sa
movar to the friends who love to flock
about her in ber picturesque home near
Lexington. There is something almost in
fantile in the rounded fairness of her face
MRS. MAY VILEV JONES.
and the soft abandonment of ripply hair
that makes her infinitely lovable. She is
the wife of Judge James II. Molligan, a
prominent lawyer and statesman, and a
near relative of John Morgan, the noted
Kentucky cavalry leader.
Miss Rosalie Stewart has had a clean
"walk over"' to her position as a belle. She
numbers victims at her chariot wheels by
the score, and the fame of her voting lieati-
ty is widespread. Her father is Dr. J. Q.J
A. Stewart, a distinguished physician and
superintendent of the Feeble Minded in
stitute of the state. There is a certain dash
and "chic" about her braaty, and especially
is she fair to see when garlwd in the quaint
empire gowus she much alTects her Greek
profile in strong relief and her violet eves
Mrs. May Viley Jones is that most dan
gerons thine;, a lovely widow. Vet, as beau
tiful May Viley, of Woodford county, this
dainty bit of femininity began her career
oreonquest. While no more than a school
girl she married J. Lawrence Jones, com
monwealth's attorney in the Lexington
district, who died some years ago. Her
MISS MAGIilE CLAY.
second matrimonial venture was with R.
B. McFerran, a wealthy lxiuisvillian, from
whom she obtained a divorce after a brief,
unhappy marital experience. She is a
"miracle of loveliness, all graced, summed
up and closed in little." She is not tall,
an-1 her figure is of a rounded slenderness.
Her face is tinted like a bit of Dresden
china, with a fluff of brown gold hair
about it. She delights in filling her luxu
rious Blue Grass home with gay company,
among whom she herself is the animating
One of the greatest toasts and beauties
the state has ever known is Miss Maggie
II. Clay, of Bourlxm county. Wherever
she may be, on promenade, in church, in
ball room or ofiera Ihjjc, eyes turn to her
und linger, under the subtle magnetism of
To doubt her fairness were to want an eye:
To doubt ber pureness were to waut a heart.
And those who know her best say that
the purencss and sweetness of her charac
ter, untaiuted through tbe adulation of a
lifetime, is the crowning glory to her
charm. She has held queeuly sway in the
state's pay capital in IxraisviUe Rnd at
many fashionable resorts, and has said
"Nay, nay!" to as long a train of sighing
swains as ever maiden lured to despera
tion. Exclaimed the other day n stranger
in Paris, as he caught a glimpse of Miss
Clay from a car window: "Tell me quickly,
who Is that beautiful woman?" On being
told he fell back in his seat and exclaimed,
with fervent emphasis: "Her faceissimply
The contrast between the rose leaf fair
ness of her face and her eyes, which have
caught the starry black of midnight, gives
a rare type to her loveliness. The white
ness of her brow is intensified by the dusky,
soft hair above it, while the irregularity of
nose and mouth is just enough to lend the
ensemble that touch that beauty needs to
Miss Ruth Stanton has that indefinable
possession, "le beaute du diable.".. The
youth, the freshness and tho gay sponta
neity of ber nature lend her a charm as
great es that she owes to gray blue eyes,
ripe lips, a healthy English glow and a
nose "tip tilted like a flower." She is one
of the six handsome daughters and a fa
vorite one of Maj. H. T. Stauton, the "poet
laureate of Kentucky," the author of the
immortal poem "The Moneyless Man,"
scores of other rhythmic efforts and several
excellent novels, lxsides being identified as
editor for m:.ny years, until its discontinu
ance, with The Kentucky Yeoman, the
Democratic organ of the capital.
A Formidable Republican Revolt.
A good many western republican news
papers are indulging in some very plain
talk about the McKinley bin. Their at
titude is significant of a decided revolt
among western republicans agaiDst that
shameless measure of spoliation.
The Evaosville Journal, tbe ablest and
most courageous republican newspaper in
Indiana, says of tbe sugar clause in the
Tbe abolition of duties with granting
of bounties is wrong in principle.
The country cannot afford to commence
a system of bounties. If begun, there is
no telling where they will end. If sugar
and silk are to be thus favored, why not
a dozen other staple products?
Tbe senate will have to be depended on
to save congress from serious blunders on
this revenue question. The McKinley
measure will have to be materially modi
fied in order to satisfy the country. .There
is a large and crowing element in tbe re
publican party that is exceedingly weary
of this "infant industry" wail and the
building up of millionaire monopolists at
tbe expense of the mass of tbe people.
Tbey look to the senate to correct tbe ex
cesses of tbe bouse bill. Tbe senate is
the conservative branch of the govern
ment. It will not only bave to restrain
the fanaticism of the bouse in the line of
revenue measures, but expenditures as
well. A treasury deficiency must be
avoided at all hazards.
Tbe Chicago Tribune, tbe most widely
circulated republican paper in tbe west,
Tbe bill shows that the ways and
means committee bas almost wholly mis
taken tbe popular demand for tariff re
form. Listening for days and weeks to
tbe representatives of special interest
who, on tbe committee's invitation, hur
ried to Washington to support their tariff
bounties and get more if possible, tbe
committee reached tbe remarkable con
clusion that tbe country at large wanted
such changes as would advance prices on
consumers and enable a few nersons to
pile up great fortunes. The
people of tbe west want, not an increase
of tbe tariff, but a reduction of duties all
along the line. - : -
Tbe Tribune also tells Mr. 3arkson
that "many artisans who used to vote
with the republican party have h ft it be
cause tbey have been told by thof e whom
tbey trusted that protection does aot pro
tect tbem, and that the wages that they
get are not tbeir full or fair sha -e of the
profits which the manufacturer is enabled
to make by rjaaon of high duti.s. The
workingmen have gotten it into their
heads that they bave been swin lied out
of their share of the results of high du
ties, and all the republican and Ugh tar
iff papers in the world can not disabuse
them of that idea."
The St. Paul Pioneer Prett, the princi
pal republican paper of Minnesota and
tbe northwest, 'eajs:
There seem good grounds for a fear
that tbe republican enemies of tbe repub
lican party will have everything t itir own
way at Washington. Tbe asDnisbing
announcement is made that not only will
the senate finance committee ne t bring
forth a substitute for the McKit lev bill,
but that the senate will probably make
no important amendments to tbe bill. If
this is "straight," what will be tbe state
of the feelings of the republicans of the
house who voted for the bill ucder the
party lash and with the confident e that it
would be shorn of its most objectionable
features by the senate? Will th; repub
licans of the senate be ss recrean: to their
trust as the republicans of tbe ho isn have
been? And do the republicans of both
houses actually banker for another demo
cratic admiDi.iir-itioti? It would almost
We tske the following from tin repub
lics umana itee, the leading newspaper
How will such statesmen as Allison,
Aldrich and Shermsn, who, as metnoers
of the finance committee, will have to
formulate a tariff measure for the con
sideration of the senate, ireatlhe Mi Kin-
ley bill in view of the fact thst ii has en
countered a more general ami timorous
opposition than any other tariff bill in the
history of the country? Thete is not
much for the guidance of opinion as to
wnai me senate will an, but there is
enough to warrant tbe cx poet alio q that it
will in many and material recpecis emend
the McKinley bdl and may substitute for
it an entirely new measure. Set ator Al
nson is on rtcora as tavonng a revision
of the tariff that will reduce du' ies gen
erally. and unless he has experiment i
radical change of mind within the lust two
months be will vigorously oppose the
proposal to advance duties upon all tbe
necessaries, placing the highest rile, a a
rule, upon the articles of least cost, thus
throwing the heavy end of the tax burden
on 'he poor. Ii is hardly conceiv ble that
any of these senators will give their sup
port to a measure that provides for duties
in some cases of 130 and 22o pe- cent as
the McKinley bill does on certain articles
of wearing apparel in general u e. Re
publican senators, particulstly ihoere
presenting constituencies large y com
posed of farmers, will hardly approve i
policy so distinctly retrogressive as this.
The country will await with extraordinary
interest an expression of the views of re
pub ican senators on this subject.
The Minneapolis Jour nut, a rerublican
paper of large circulation and it fluence,
Iowa is certainly not "hot for a hiph
tariff" by any means. Neither if Minne
sota, orth or South Dakota. If a close
canvas were made, even of the middle
states, the high tariff contingent would
be found weakening The change is be
coming more apparent daily. Not only
Senator Allison, but many other leading
republicans, with clearer vision than Mc
ciniey, real me unmistaRaDle signs :
the times and are acting accordingly.
Tbe Kansas Citv Gazette, one of the
most prominent republican papers in Kan
How in tLe name of God can a Kansn
congressman go before a prairie constit
ueocy with such a tariff this fall, or a re
publican anywhere, for that matter, face
the people, in view of tbe protaise of
tariff reform which, if it meant at ything
meant that duties must be taken on in
stead of added to?
So much for the western republican
Many eastern republican pipe -a also
criticise tbe McKinley bill freely. That
old-time mouth-piece of orthodox repub
licanism, the Boston -4tper'r.condemns
the increased duties on wool, i.nd de
clares that "the people are not in a mood
at this period of surplus revenue to be
driven into unreasonable, not to -bj un
The Boston Journal, organ of tlie redi
cal republicans of New England, i lso op
poses the wool schedule, and the Boston
Transcript crilizesj the whole McKinley
Dill yery freely.
Tbe Philadelphia Ttlegraph, an inde
pendent republican paper, an adve cate ot
When tbe McKinley bill was I romul
galea tbe people for the first time were
made to understand that the fat fiied out
of tbe specially protected firms, orpora
lions, combines and trusts was to be re
turned, and it was to be got by congress
frying it out of tbem. If this Mi Kinley
bill should become a law, there i t not
poor devil of a citizen from ore end of
tbe country to tbe other who will not be
put into the pan and placed over the
coals in order that he may contrilute his
item of fat to the great quantity which is
to be returned to those who supplied the
campaign grease of lt83.
The most interested and fairsininded
man, republican or democrat, maj go up
and down the McKinley list aid find
thereon not a single thing ruled to or
taken from tbe present tariff schedule
which has not been added to or taken
from it for tbe benefit and behoof of re
presentatives of special interests. The
entire scheme rests upon no other ir bet
ter principle than that of returning the)
fat to the manufacturers, or of lelping
the party cy tbe basest partisan methods
The Philadelphia American, which en
joys the unique distinction of beirg edi
ted by tbe only protectionist college pro
feasor In the country Robert Ellis
Thompson declares that iron ore and
other raw materials ought to e on the
free list, while tbe Pittsburg Du patch
a pronounced advocate of protection, rid
icules McKinley s "rather cheap a .tempt
to throw a tub to tbe agricultural whale
in adyance of tbe duties on eggs, butter
The fact is that about the only repub
can papers of any importance whi :h en
dorse tbe McKinley bill are such as tbe
Indianapolis Journal, whose editots bold
fat offices under the administration, and
are ready to support any measure, how
ever outrageous, which the tarty bosses
at Washington may decree. Tbe repub
lican newspapers which oppose tie Mc
Kinley bill are the' ablest and mot-t res
pectable in the country, and there can be
no doubt that they represent a grea . body
of republican opinion, which will makeJ
itself beard still more effectually at the
polls next November.
- How's Tnti!
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cann-U be
cured by taking Ball's Catarrh Cunt.
F. J. Cheney & Co , Props., Toledo, O.
We. tbe undersigned, bave known
F. J. Cheney for tbe Uss fifteen years,
and believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists.
Waldino. Kin J! an & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken inter lally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surface of tbe svstem. Price 75e
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hones to Qas Con timers.
There will be an additional discount of
25 cents per thousand allowed (from
our present rate) on all gas consumed
at any residence where a gas cooking
range is actually in use, thus making the
net rate $1 50 per 1,000 ft. The above
to apply only when bills are paid prompt
ly, and to begin with consumption of
June, 1890. W. II. Judge.
Sec'y, Supt. and Treas.
Mother Mr. Bore called
to see you.
Loise, while you were out.
thoughtful of Mr. Borel
The delicious fragrance, refreshing
coolness, and soft beauty imparted to
the skin by Pozzoni's Powder, commends
it to all ladies.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
After 23 yir esporVnce in tPsoh tut Irntro-ment.-ti
Miiii 1 will pnmune yon more lluory with
lcf l--soi;s f,r the leaei money vt any teschrr in
nmler onr pi.rw'rvtion. aivon eaf h iuvr nile pni.il
TVarhers will uave money to order thrir Music
liooKr of na One-third un or nt.irk.-d pnre on
Mieet Dinvtc to every one. Iave orders, naming
author, at my mu-ic room, 1HU Second avenue.
We roitke a ppeela'ty of teaching inexperienced
teachf-r how to teaeh.
Addret- me at 15 Brady St.. Davenrort, la.
MKS. C. A. NtBEKER.
JOUCK OF GUARDIAN'S 8ALT5
OF REAL ESTATE,
State ofIu-inois. i
Koek liitnd County f
Rv virtue of a decretitl order of the connty court
of said county, entered at the Mav term of said
court, A. l. lMXi. on the applicxtion of Robert D.
Mci reeryrgunrdian of Porter McC'retry, hobert
1. MrCn-ery and William Mcfreery, minors, to
sell the following described real estate be)ont:infir
to said minors, situate in the couuty of hock Isl
and and s-are of Illinois, to wit:
The undivided thr.e fourteenths (3-14) of the
nortlieasi quarter ft) of the sontheast qnarter
vi of section ten 10. in township sixteen ltl
north ot tnnte one west of the fourth principal
meridian. I shall on the 14th day of Jnne, A. D.
IsSO, at the norjh rioor of the court house tn the
city of Rock Island In the county f Kuck Island
and state of Illinois, at the hour of i o'clock, p.
in.. sTl all the interest of said miners in and to
the said real estate at public vendue to the highest
and best binder for cash in band .
ROBERT 1. McPREEKY.
Gnardlnn of Porter MeCreery, Robert D. Mc-
4'reery and WiMiain McCreery, minors.
By Jackhob A Hl-kst, Attorneys.
Estate of Wendell Meier, deceased.
The undersigned, haviiiz been atiootntcd er
erntrixol the last will ami testament of Wendell
Meier, late of the conntyof Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby (rives notice that she
will appear before the county court of Rock Isl
and county, al the office of the clerk of said
court, in the city of Kock Island, at the August
wrm. on ine rirst nonuay in Awrusi next, at
whicb time all persons having claims against
ania estate are nounefl ana requestea to at
M nd forthe purpose of havtnz the sameadinst
ed. All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the un
Dated thiS7th day of Mav, A. D., lMO.
2M-d;w JOSEPH A. MEiKP.. Executrix.
Notice is hereby (riven, that the nndersigned
has been appointed assignee of Abram Loeb. and
all persons holding any claim or claims atralnst
said Abram Loeb are hereby notified to present
the same to him under oath or affirmation within
three months from this date, whether said claims
are dne or not. ' All persons indebted to said as
siirnor are requested to make pron pt payment of
Dated Mar. h SPh, 1
ilENKY P. HULL, Assignee.
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SttC"r, and i tliert-trtn? imr aitore
twtiiiw-t't. nttlttq Im than one crnt
a run. it iff cW-ltctutis, t Hirudin?,
tn inrtltruiw;, I-.AMI Y IH.JTI,
rj almirnbi)r BiHrtHl for invalids
well as tir itrauiu ia aia)lh.
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in stuna by
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the leadintr remedy for
Oonorrtin'ai akr Cileet.
The only sate remeiiy foe
Leneerr or White.
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safe in recommending it
to all stiftrrers.
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tribute circulars; for particulars send references
and address, T. N. Crowley, 638 Main SI, lene
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J. M. BEAKDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAWOfflce with -J. T. Ken
worthy, 1725 Second Avenue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank Building, Kork Island, 111.
C. L. WALKCB.
SWEENEY k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Office in Bengston'a block, liork Island, 111.
MeEMRY & McENIRY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on ?cm&
a security, make collections, Kererenre, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers, office in I'ostolhre block.
FOR SALE A BRUNSWICK POOL TAJJl E,
cheap, at J. W. Jones' Second Hand atore.
inn siecoua avenue.
THE DAILY ARfcUS.
.OR SALE EVERY EVEN! NO at Crampton
. .Newsstand. Five eenta per copy.
DRS. RUTH Eh FOR I) k BUTLER,
nRADI'ATKS OF TlfK ONTATJIO VltTK RV A
llrv colleire, Vetemary Physicians anp Surgeons.
Office: Tindall's Livery stable; kesideuce: Over
Asters Bkery, market square.
I desire to n.itify the people of Rock Island
county thit I will be a candidate for the on! re of
Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Republican
county convention. ,D. KITTIIJJ N.
The First National hank of Rock Island, Ilia..)
located at Rock Island, in the Mate of IliinoN, is
Closing up its affa'rs. All note holders ando hers,
creditor of t-aid Association, are therefore hereby
no i Bed to present the notes an l other claims
atpiinslthe Association for nnvment.
P. L. MITCHELL, President.
Dated Ap: II 19.
To sell onr pood by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the ianrest manuf actnrers in
onr line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Mtwey advanced for waes, advertiMng,
etc. For rsrms address
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t. rtf n ne Trr iakA all i-ithtt iuil .? i ra' claims
profxTnfed . WrtTe nv abort t vonr cae. Room 4,
Metropolitan block, hicaro, 11.
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(Successor to Gnthrie Collins)
Plans and estimates furnished. A specialty
made of fine work. All orders attended to
promptly and stifaction cnaranteed.
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OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms M, ST, 28 and .9.
Take Elevator. DAVEXPORT, IA.
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Hnildintr, Pavenport, Iowa, CalLfor
estimates and see work befoie going lo Clilrlgo.
THE MOURE SAVINGS BAXK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open dally from 9 A. M. to SP. M , and on Tnea
day and Saturday Kvenines from 7 to
Interest Allowed on Dcppnsits at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Ad num.
Deposits received in amounts of
. f 1 and Upwards.
SECURITY AND ADVANTAGES.
Tbe private property of the Trnatecs ia respon
sible to the depositors. The officer are prohibi
ted from horrowlai; any of Us moneys. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
OrnriB: ft. W. Wh block. President; Pon
tb Skinxib, Vice President ; C. P. Hkbcnwat,
TRmrixa: S. W. Wheeloct, Porter Skinner,
C. K. Hemenway, J. Silas Leas, Q. II. Edwards,
Hiram Darling, A. S. WrUtht, i. , Kealor, L.
H. Hemenway, C. Vitxtbnm.
(VThe only chartered Savings Bank in Rock
F. II. MrT.i.KB. Prns't.
S. f. tSMITH, ioe-I'res'L
F IT. T!tn. S rv.
.1. J!. FiftbAB, Jnru
SAFETY DKPjQSIT CO.
FIRST NATION VL BANK 11TJILDIN,
DAVENPOET, - -
rerfeet protection sijmuist luinrlara. thieves
and lire with its lire and Kurizlar-l'riMil
Vaults and Safe. Is now prepared to rent
Sale in 1U Vaults, with either uuiliiiatinn oi
key locks. The lis-k of these sales are a'
different, ami umler the eontrol f the renter.
EhcIi safe contain a tin Imix in whieli to plai-e
valuables jUMt such instniiiihslatioiis as are
wanted hy Ailnuni-tnilors, Kxeeutora, tiiliird
laiis, Capitiilisls, Warned or Single Vonien,
Fanners, .Me-liaiiics, Tray":iui; Men, or
Mtrmiera, having valanhW. J'nvate retiritiK
rooms lor the exaniitiathiu t papers, elc.
Safes In all Bi.es, rauj;mr iupriee, jmt annum
from Three Dollars up to Thirty Itollara,
eordine to sie and loratititi. Alio, Morale
Room lor paekaees. Iwixes or trunks. 1 you
are (ming to travel, this is the only plaee of ab
solute safety in the three eities lor your silver
and other Valuables. Chanres reasonalde.
Call and see our Vaults, whether you desire a
BUT vi mib.
M. J. P.OTTLFS, CWorfioa.
Pay aateelaj Attentioa to the
'or Haaw mr Store. We aan tke
FINEST LiriE OF STRIPES
la tala ett j.
202 to 2C3 Sooth Vattr Street.
DR. BAND EN'S
nCHILITlTkB lir.m.k IS.
11M1U1HIS9 mr kXtkSHU
UCTIIIC tUT ARB SISrEMSMI
HONKV- Wul for tklBnla lu
fom. tan at bMma Sitim. g1la Blia, Mk
twiwiMM eauiau r :irlrteUT Ibmuca
rAHT8. haU.iUth.n UiHIIl.Tll mmA lUiUUAM KiTHMUTU.
klKtria Imim l.nlli, ar ire forfait ti.osa ia cash.
a ilnani t t ..!. I. a, mm mm. WfrMMarar
gaswlr l-arml la three amaths. hled paaxpalet 1
aWUISXLKCIaUCCO.. iai.H.ii.Zruietof fll
a. . - M-tz
A. D. HUESING,
. .- .1 .!. It.il tl.
known Fire Insurance Oompaniea he following :
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weacheeter Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins Co., Rochester, If. Y.
Ciiixens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. C .. New H-iven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ina. Co., of Peoria, 111..
Office Cor. IStb St., and 8eccnd Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
BAS IUVtKTID A-
which does its work in a thorough manner.
HTIl Ihoronehlv purifies the air and removes
all obnoxious smells. For sale at Eruil Koebler's
Prior 50 Cents per Bottle.
-ALL KINDS OP-
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stores with Castings ot 8 cents
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
S. R. CLOUGH,
Tbe best of everything always on band at the
most reasonable price.
WHITK OK BLACK HKARSK.
1805 Second Ave., Rock Island.
F. CLOUGH. Manacer.
John Volk & Co.,
Rouse Builders. .
8ash, Dixirs, Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and all kinda of wood work for hnilders.
Eighteenth il net Third and Fonrth are.,
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and Importers of
Wines and Lipors,
(rvrooved to new qoarters)
Nos. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Mercer Connty Coal
The cbeapesterer known
$225 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to furnish Tile and Brick for
sidewalks and do general haullini;. Office oppo
site St. Joseph's church. Second avenne.
Telephone I 36. T. U. ELLIS.
AWNINGS, TENTS, ETC.
Wagon and all kinda of
Office and Factory 30e Harrison street,
J. M. BUFORD,
Ta sHd Vtr ari Tims-triad Piiisasatas
WSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Ww aa aar reliable eon wny asa aflsatl
" awaaagw m aoilrMaaL
R. -R. TICKET
- (Member American Ticket Brokers' Ass tr )
Reduced Rates to all Points.
' OFriCB In Adams Kxpresa Offica nnder
- Harper Boom.
SOLK AGKST FOB
Th Pop Mfg Oo.'s Bicycles. Ladies and
Children s Bicjdes a specialty.
F. L. BILLS,
No. 320 Brady Street, Davenport,
HAS A CHOICE BBLECTION OF
Goods delivered to all parts tbe three cities free of charge.
F. o. HOPPEs
No 1808 Second avenue.
Practical Tile M fiitt M Layer.
Reeeilence 819 Tren!y first St. Yard near SuPaul DeKt,
Rock Inland, M
(fT'Estiniates furnished fur any kind of Tile nr Brick in tbe market. I aying of brick
and ti e walks specialty.
J. T. DtXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
J". JL. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
HARTJFACTXrSEB 07 CR4CKKE8 ASD BISCUITS.
Ask your Grocer for them. They are beet.
SWSpcclalties; The Christy "0TSTIR"' aud the Christy "WAFER."
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
COR. WASH 3d AVE. S.
From 20 years' experience in Itns-C
pital and Private practice is enable.'
to guarantee radical (ores in Chionir
or po.sonous diseases of the blood.
throat, no e, skin, kidneys, bladder
and kindred onrans. uravcl and stric
ture cored wimoot pain or cutting;.
Those who contea plate going tol
noi pnaa-s tor uie treatnieni or any
private or blood diseases can be cum:
ror one-tbird the cost.
I AniF By trratnvent a
lovely complexion, fre
from sallowness. fn-ck'es. eruulons
etc. brilliant ees and perfect bealtl.
ran be had. lr"Tbat 'tired fcel-
Ine" and al! female weakness prompt
lycnred. Flnaline. headaches. .-s-
voos Prostraiion. and Sleeplessness.
Ovarian troubks. Inflammation and Ulceration
Falling and displacement. Spinal weakness and
banee of Life. Consult the old doctor
NERVOUS rbfitai nd Organl weak
' v j- , ' "e, premature decay, erii
lorebodinps. selt-distrnst, impaired memory, pal
pitation of the heart, pimples on the face, specks
before the KYK, rinein in the ear. ca'arrh.
threatened consumption and every disqualifica
tion that renders marriaee improper and unhaDDT
SPEEDILY aud PERMANENTLY er.
borrl hie in its resalt completely eradicated
without tbe nse of irercurt. Scrofula, Erysipe
las. Kever So es. Blotches. Pin-pies. Ulcers, pun
in the Head and Bones, styphiltic sore Throat and
Tongue, Glandular enlargement of tbe Neck.
Kbenmatism. etc., cured wh n others have failed
RUPTURE c"red iln;u p1" aind-
. .Z.. ' r.ncsfrora bnsine-s,
UR NARY CTRnllT contracted or
" ' . ' " ' ' chron tiitam PtMTIVELY
enred in 3 to days hy a local remedy. So naa
eousdruaTansed. Madicinea mailed or express
ed to any sHdress free from obserration. Char-
IV. A frit ndly talk costs nothios;
HoUHS : 10 a. m. to U m.. to s aud 7 to 8 p. m.
bundav: 2 to 9 p. m.-
2S6 Wash. At. S. KIBHEAPOLIS. XIBH.
Dr. Ukh Dyk'S
IF NOT, TRY IT.
Wm sal, BMrjarkara,
HARTZ 4 MLXSEI, Resale Agents.
IIARTZ a. HAUHiarv
Wholtgale AeenU. Rock Iaiard.
The llr.it vk . .
.ndMoithlTlrregulIrir ' oppression.
claimed f.,, .iw. S TiT ,waPl "II that ia
PiUCo Ki.iUlIe?'OI,,,for5- Amencaa
f "fe pTJo E3ES .tre
JockWand. Jappe to , D.rXta
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 erery one perfect, and will send Cupa,
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties.
Heating Boilers and Contractors fui
iurnisning ana laying water, ana
1712 First Ave,
Reck Island, Illinois.
Telephone ml Besidetee telephone 100.
Hook Island, III
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Jxcated in
In the past two months he ha successfully
OQ (MM EM.
of the meat severe character. Below he riee the
nines of a few that he bas successfully treated,
who are well ki.owu, that llTe in Davenport and
J. H. Harrison. Bock Island county, lira. A. J.
M'son, bean disease.
, Iavis. P. A. Stearns, scrofula.
( harles (iordon, Hinry Winebent. rnemaiism.
Mrs. Anna Welsh, neoralfia.
, Mr?" VAvcvwe"- upo Bryant, E. L. Smith.
Jennie Wayherry. Mary Sherbine, A. B. Thump
on, female diseases.
Tt? ,re ,rW f manT cases he has suc
cessfully Ueated, tut tbey are enough ta show
what can h ilnn. k. AMA i . i . .
stand. h.;..-y"."w ""K"'7
-- - uvui uiwaH.
r - -"-.MBwJM.iuiiiii neaanesa, ana
ca"" ootn- poeiUeely and paimantLt y
HCasea soeccssf oily treated by correal on
dti.ee. Correspondence accompaided bj c
in stamps promptly answered.
Cfflce-McCulloufrh-a New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
Stop that Cough?
Or It will atop you.
How Will You Do It?
The Surest thing known ia
Not only jour cough, but your
Bronchia, trouble, aa well as
many other things. It ia war
noted. You are loosing time,
moncf , and perhaps your life, in
this delay. It is worth inresti
THE GREAT RESTORER WORKS,
1900 Portland Are. Minneapolis, Minn.
For particular!, medicines, etc. Price Jl . 00 per
bottle. Toa druggist can fet U.
Dr. s. e. Mccreary