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BKAINY BOSTON WOMEN
BRIGHT WRITERS WHO HELP TO
MAKE THE HUB FAMOUS.
All Wield Vigorous Pens In Various Fields
of Litcrataro, and Ar Steadily Climb
ing rp Fame's Steep HiU Spiral Bos
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I.OC1SE IMOGEN OUTSET.
A brillinot young Boston woman is Louise
Imogen Guiney, the only child of (Sen.
Guiney, who died soon after the war from
wounds received - in hi9 heroic service.
This "sunny young Greek," as she has
been well named, was born in Boston in
1801 and educated at the Convent of the
Sacred Heart, in Providence, R. L While
still in school she began contributing
verses to The Pi' over the signature of
"P. O. L.," and was for a long time taken
for some prankish college boy rather than
a young girl. She was hardly S3 when she
published her first volume of poems,
bongs nt the Start," which was soon fol
lowed by "The White Sail and Other
Poems," "Goosefjiiill Papers," a volume of
prose, and a little collection of stories
called Brownies and Bogies."
A great honor was conferred upon the
young girl in 1S85, when, at the memorial
meeting for Gen. Grant, held in Tremont
Temple on Oct. S3, she was invited to write
the "ode ' for this impressive occasion.
EI.IZAUETn W. fiTKPIIKN.
The oration was given by Henry Ward
lieeeuer. Her oetic gift is in the heroic
vein, bue is uu excellent Latin scholar.
and is now in London engaged in literary
work. She is of medium height, slender
and supple as a reed, with flowing hair.
dark eyes nnd pale, clear complexion a
lace mil oi laughing animation and seldom
caught in reHe. She is a famous pedes
trienne, making nothing of a ten mile
walk, and Iium an insouciant grace that is
A lovely young woman, who is a "com
ing" woman in literature, is Mrs. Eliza
beth Willison Stephen, who, though not a
iJostotiinn hy birth, belongs to its literary
coterie of brilliant young women by virtue
oi nterari tastes and sympathies. A poem
of hers on Ixuisa Alcott, published in The
Boston Traveler soon after Miss Alcott's
death, atlracted-much attention among the
mends and admirers of this beloved author,
and manyanf her poems have lieen contrib
uted to The Traveler since that which so
tirred nnd thrilled the breasts of those
who held Miss Alcott near and dear. Mrs.
Stephen Uthe wi fe of a Presbyterian clergy
man, and they have recently been called to
Vevay, Ind. Mrs. Stephen is of medium
height, slender and fair, with a wealth of
beautiful dark hair and expressive eyes.
She is hardly more than 30, and one of the
most responsive nnd lovely characters im
A very charming young Bostonian whom
fate ordains to dwell afar from the gilded
dome is Miss Grace Ellery Channing, a
daughter of Dr. V . F. Channing and a
grandniece of the great divine, William
Ellery Channing. The Channiugs live now
at Pasadena, C'ul., where they removed
from Boston several years ago. Miss Chan-
ning's specialty is in short stories, and she
is contributing to The New England Mag
azine, Kate Field's Washington, the Bos
ton Traveller and others. Miss Channing,
still in her early twenties, is very fair, with
lovely hair of blonde ceudre and beautiful
bine gray eyes. She is a rather marvelous
compound of delicacy and strength, with
tha gentlest manner imaginable, based on
an iron will and wonderful tenacity of
Closely associated with her in literary
work is Charlotte Perkins Stetson, a grand
daughter of Dr. Lyman Beecher, and the
wife of a gifted young artist, Charles Wal
ter Stetson. It is an amusing sarensm of
heredity that the descendants of William
Ellery Channing and Dr. Lyman Beechet
should be close friends and collaborators.
The Channings and Stetsons live in a kind
of arcadian fashion on beautiful estate
in the San Gabriel valley.
A very charming. Intellectual young
woman of Boston is Miss Annie Page, a
leading member of the Ladles' Saturday
Morning club, and a woman whose literary
talent has found expression in some exquis
ite short stories. Miss" Page is called a
classic beauty. Her portrait, painted by
Mr. Dennis Bunker, was exhibited in the
American Art galleries a few years ago, in
a collection by American artists. It bos
also been bung at the St. Botolph club gnl
leries, In Boston. She is "a daughter of
the gods, divinely tall," slender and grace
ful. In the Greek play of "Antigone," re
cently produced by the Saturday Morning
club, Miss Page acted the Queen Eury
dike, and made an exquisite picture in her
classic white robes. "
The sculptor St. Gaudeus requested per
mission to model her hand and arm, aud,
with the single exception of Maud Howe
Elliott, no Boston maiden of late years has
been so much painted and modeled by art
ists as has Miss Page. She is a young lady
of cosmopolitan culture, and is almost as
familiar in London life as in her native city.
" A talented writer among the younger wo- 1
ten is Miss Eliza Kahamah Scidmore. who
passed last summer in Boston, but whose
time when in America is spent principally
hi Washington. Miss Scidmore has estab
lished herself at the national capital as a
press correspondent of very exceptional
power to portray passing events. Miss
Scidmore has the genius for travel, and she
was one of the first to visit Alaska; she has
been much in Europe, to Japan and China,
and knows the Pacific as well as she does
Lafayette square In Washington or Fifth
avenne in New York. She is a slender,
stylish woman, with dark hair and bine
gray eyes, and is as good a conversation
alist as she is captivating a writer.
ELIZA KCHAMAlJ SCIDMORE.
Miss Vida Seudder, whose home is at
Newbury street, Boston, is one of the gift
ed young Boston women. She is the liter
ary lecturer at Vassar college and a con
tributor to The Andover Review and other
magazines. She is a niece of Mrs. Horace
Seudder, of Cambridge, whose literary
work in The Atlantic Magazine and else
where is well known. Miss Seudder has
a frank, pleasant countenance, an engaging
manlier and a very winning smile. She is
also a prominent member of the Saturday
Moruiiig club, and not infrequently lec
tures before this gathering. Miss Seudder
is also a leading spirit in that unique and
beautiful philanthropy, the "University
Settlement," at No. tl" Rivington street.
New York city, where seven college girls
have set up a home that they may lie
neighbors and friends to the friendless aud
KATE YAKS All.
A brilliant young woman, who is almost
as much at home, in Boston as at her own
residence in Gardiner, Me., is Miss Kate
Vannah, poet nnd literateur. Miss Van
liah graduated from St. Joseph's academy
(nenr Gettysburg, Md.) in 1ST4. taking t lie
lirst prie in music and English composi
tion. She is it favorite contributor to New
York and Boston journals, does much mu
sical criticism, is a proline writer of verse,
nnd lii:s of late w.m honors as a musical
Her waltz called "By the Sea" has gone
through four editions, and twosons (both
the words and the music by Miss Vannah),
called '"When Ijm Is Told" nnd "Parting,"
arcexrecdiugly popular. Miss Vannah has
the great advantage of nn extensive ac
quaintance with the very crenic de lacremc
of iiiusiol talent of New York city, and
her "I'art inn" is dedicated to Annie ixiuise
Carey. Miss Vannah almost lived with
Mine. Carey-Raymond in New York last
winter. A volume of Miss Vu nnah's poems
was published by the Lippincott bouse in
ISSa, and another is now in press.
KATIinniXE C. BLAIIL
Mf3. Katherine C. Blair is a writer of
churming short stories. Her home in near
Boston, and her work appears in many of
the leading papers. Lilian Whiting.
When to I'm the Word Tlnwe.
Discriminate in the use of those. Don't
say, "Those kind of cattle are the best;"
I hose kind of people are not to be trust
ed;" "Those kind of lemons are to lie pre
ferred." Say, "Thnt kind of cattle is the
best;" "That kind of people is not tjj In
trusted;" "That kind of lemons is to be
We oiler one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot lie
cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
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and believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
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Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
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per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
"Not to love the good is proof that you
are bad, sava a philopher. All the bach
elors are bad on that hypothesis.
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A trained horse "But don't you see
bow that horse limps? Dealer "y. ou
call that limping? He is a thoroughly
trained horse and is only bowing to you-"
Tha Or at American Chorus.
Sneezing, snuffling and coughing! This
is the music all over the land just now.
"l ve got such an awful cold in my bead."
Cure it with Ely's Cream Balm or it may
end in the toughest form of catarrh.
Maybe you bave catarrh now. Nothing
is more nauseous and dreadful. This
remedy masters it as no other ever did.
Not a snuff nor a liquid. Pleasant, cer-
Ladies who value a refined complexion
must use Pozzoni's powder. It produces
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CLEAR AND PURE WATER.
A Decided Distinction iietveen the
Rrflertlona from the Present Mnddy
Water Prospeeta ef a filterlnc
Proeeasln i Roe It lalaad that All wHI
Nearly everyone has, no t oubt, ob
served the almost repulsive appearance
of the river water of late.'aad people
obliged to depend upon it for consump
tion have condemned it as not fit for any
use. The Davenport Democrat has been
looking into this subject from i scientific
pointof view, and bere are the sensible
conclusions it arrives at:
C ear water is something n.uch to be
desired. Clear water is by no means
pure water. Discolored water us it comes
directly from the Mississippi rver rapids
and directly forced through service pipes
into dwellings is much more wholesome
than the clear water that baa been for
days sweltering in the sun in a great set
tling reservoir or basin. Belter for a
people in a sanitary point of view is this
direct service better than water made
clear by stagnation. To thii conclusion
have the best of authorities come, and it
is only common sense after all. Stagna
tion is followed by fermentation, the
reservoir water becomes chaiged with
carbonic acid gas and loses in free osy
gen. In all these settling reseivoirs mud
accumulates rapidly at the bottom, fer
mentation ia constantly at work even
puireiactive fermentation. The water
becomes clear but clnrificaii m is not
purification. The consumer praises the
clear water drinks it. loves tn1 bnthes
in it it is just what he want but the
roily water coming direct frota the river
rapids to his table is far more 'vholesome
than this clear reservoir water. Veceta
ble contamination is what discolors the
Mississippi water, and such contamina
tion is harmless nav. it is lit lpful be
ing one of nature's e fforts at nurificstion
Better to be supplied with it than with
water that is m:e clear through stagna
lion. The time has well nigh cone by
when settling basins are desirt.ble. Clear
water is not necessarily pure is not so
pure even as in its roily stall as com
ing directly from the river. After au ex
amination of several waterworks plants in
various parts of the country there comes
to the writer but one conclusion namely
that Davenport is blessed rather than
cursed in her wa er privileges. Roily at
times though the water be, yet with tlrs
water at its worst, and with or without a
good house filler, it is entirely wholesome
better far than any that is clarified in
settling basins. It is not so inviting in
the glass or bath, but all that can be
easily remedied at home, besides it is
best that water be wholesomi-. Clarity
is a later consideration. Clarity and
purity are not always neighbor t. If such
were the esse artesian waters would tie
pure. Together these qualities are most
desirable. To establish such union is
what the Davenport water works board
has lieen at work upn for months and
hopes to be able to accomplish.
So that the river water we are obliged
to use now is not so had as it looks; it
is like a singed cat. But aprojios of this
discussion it is ar pleasure to slate that it
is not outside the range of possibility
that Hock Island will before long exper
ience an entire reformation in t te process
employed of affording water supply from
the Mississippi, and that the w iter which
falls from the Cable fountain i i Spencer
square wili be as clear ss cry -ttal drops
always, and that the water which passes
through the tupply pipes into ynur kiteh
en or your bath room will be not only
clear, but as pure as it is cleat. A gen
tleman who has the highest interests of
the city ever at heart and is philanlhrop
ically disposed has in mind a purpose oi
putting in operation at the waterworks a
filtering device such as will f ubject all
water pumped from the river to a thor
oughly filtering process before it reaches
the pipe through which it retches 1he
consumer. The plan is a splendid one,
and will from all present indications be
introduced in Rock Island before very
The Union is the name of a new band
organized in the lower end of the city.
every member of which have ma ie a study
and have bad several years practical ex
perience on the instruments wl ich they
will play. Mr. Swan Appel, the leader,
is a young man. but has been schooled in
string and horn instruments for ten years
under the tuition of professionals. This
band is in active practice and will u?e the
Garnsey pant pavillion one or two even
ings each week . The band is m adc up of
the following gentlemen: Swan Appel,
leader, Cbas. Hanshaw, Cbas. K. John
son, Chas. Eurih, John Andersfn, Chas.
Hedberg, Oscar Appel, Chas. Custafson
Henry Whalen and George McG uire.
An Krror 'orreetcel.
Knii or AaatM:
Hock Island, June 9. In jour issue
oi June ulu 70a erroneously Hated re
garding a certain surprise party: "After
greetings had been exchanged, the party
proceeded to the Swedish Lutheran
school bouse, where there was a merry
dance, etc.' Allow me to saj that the
party in question does not belong to the
Swedish Lutheran church, and did not
"proceed to said school home. Said
school bouse is not used for fuch pur
Skc't op Swedish Lutheran Ciiukck.
Atk Tonr Friends About I :.
Your distressing cough can je cured
We know it because Kemp's Balsam
within the past few years has cured so
many coughs and colds in this nommun
ity. Ask some friend who hai used it
what he thinks of Kemp's Balaam. There
is no medicine so pure, none so affective.
Large bottles 50c and $1 at all druggists.
There's all the difference in the world
between a friend in need and a needy
Notice to Oaa Gonanmera.
There will be an additional die
25 cents per thousand allowe
our present rate) on all gas c
at any residence where a gas
ranee is actually in use. thus ma
net rate $1.50 per 1,000 ft. Tt
to apply only when bills are paid
ly, and tooegin with conaumi
June. 1890. W. H. Judge.
Sec'y, Bupt. and
On Tinner Broadwav -Find actor:
Fitzranter, I thought you were out west
in a stock company? Second ac lor: 60
I was, but the stock 'Vent into tbe soup.
To Dob; Darners.
Dog taxes for the season of 1890 are
now due.and all owners of dogs are here
by notified to provide themselves with
checks, which may be bad either at tbe
marshal s office or of any membt r of the
police force. Phil milieu.
ISLAND AHQUB, TUESDAY, JUNE 10
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM.
By virtue of an execmion and fee hill No. 6312,
i.-.iwd out of the clerk's otllce of the circuit
court of Km-li Inland ciunlv. and Btate of IUinoi.
and to me directed, wberehy 1 am commanded to
niaKe the amount of a certain judgment recently
obtained airaiiivt Lazarus Lowry in favor of
Clement Bane A Co.. outof the lands, tenements,
(foods and chattclx of the said defendant, Lazirus
Lowry, I have levied upon the following prop
erly, to-wit :
The eat forty-six (4S) acre of the north btlf
of the Hontheast quarter of section twenty
four (44) in townwhip nineteen (191 north of raue
one ill east of the fonrth principal meridian.
AIho that part of section number twenty-four
(-41. townsiiin nil inner nineteen l) north ranee
number one (1) ei of the fourth (4th! p. m. in the
county oi Him MIbimI and state of Illinoitt, dc
eenbed a follow to-wil:
Conimencini; at the Houthwest corner of the
northern! unarler () of vection ntiiulx-r twenty
four a'tl, township number nineteen (19), north
rama number one (1) east of the 4th principal
menuian, riiunmir thence es-t twenty (2U) ixxIh
ibeuce nor Hi eight H) r.xls; thence west four
(41 rods; thence north ten (101 rods; thence west
sixteen tltii rods; thence north twentv-tive ri"i
rods; thence east eiuht (8) rods; thence north
two (21 rods; thence east twelve 112) rods; thence
Simla two (2) rods; thence east twenty ('JO) rods;
thence south citfht (Sirod; thence eart forty (40)
rods; thence north forty five (45) rods, to the
northwest corner of the southeast quarter (ll of
'he northeast quarter of said met ion number
twenty. four C-"4); thence east cichty (80) roils to
the cast line of said section: thence south eighty
(S) rods to the southeast corner of the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter of Mid aection ;
thence west ninety -two (W) rods to the northeast
corner or out lot number twenty-ei"ht (SS) of said
section; llience south fifty-sir (frfi) and eit'ht
seventeenths (S IT) rods; thence west fifty six ri)
rods; then north fifty-sis (fi) feet; thence
west twelve (V.) rods; thence north on
the west line of the sonlhea-t quarter of
said section fifty-three and one tenth (Vi
1 HUh) rods more or less to the place of
hciiinning, excepting therefrom a certain tract
describe! as follows, vir.: commencing eiRhieeu
(18) rods nonh of the southwest corner of the
northe:ist quarter of said sec I ion, running thence
east one hundred (1(H)) feet, them e north lifly (SO)
feet; thence west one hundred (WP); thence
south fiftv (Sll) feet to the place nf becin
uiti and known on the assessor's plat
of said section as out-lot numlHT twenty
seven (471, said tract herein described be
ing also known as ont-lots number four (4), six
(ti), eight (8i, nine . ten (10), tweuty-ei -ht (48)
ami tbe north seven (7) acres nc pt fiflv six
(.si) feel by twelve W' rods In the southwest cor
ner of said seven (?) acres of out-lot number
twenty nine (iN), according to tbe assessor 'a plat
of said section for tbe year A. D., 17, and con
taining in all, including said lirst described tract,
otie hundred and twenty-acvei. and tweniy-uin
hundredths (127 '-!-l"i' acres more or less.
Therefore, according to said command, I shall
expose for sale, at pnb.ic auction, all the rttrht,
title and interest of the above named Lazarus
Lowry in and to the above described property, on
Momhiy the 30th day of June, 1SW), at 2 o'clock
p. m , at the north door of the Court house in the
city of Kork Island, in the conuty of Kock Island
and state of Illinois, for cash iu haud, to satisfy
said execution and fee bill.
Iwtcil at Kock Island, this fi b day of June,
A, i., lflml. T. X. SILVIS.
hheriH of Rock Island county, Illinois.
Cpkcial asskssmknt notick.
Notice Is hereby given to all persons interest ert,
that the city council of the city of Jtm k Island,
having ordered that : There be constructed in said
city an underground sewer commencing in the
center of the intersection of Ka-hth avenne and
Twenty-fonrth street, miming thence north along
the said Twenty fourth street to Fourth avenue
and there connect with tbe main sewer on said
Fourth avenue, with lateral biaehes connecting
the said sewer In the center of the intersection,
of Seventh avenue, f-ixth avenue. Fifth-and-a-llair
avenue and Fifth avenue and said Twenty-fourth
Meeni, and tunning thence fast a'ougsaid Seventh,
Sixth. Fifth-and-a Half and Fifth avenues to the
west line of the intersections of Twenty sixth
street and said Seventh. Sith, Fifth and a-llalf
and Fifth avenues respectively, J ave applied to
the county court of Kock Island comity, in the
state of Illinois, for an assessment of the costs of
said Improvement according to benefits; and,
an assessement thereof having been made and
returned to said court, the final hearing thereon
will he had at the .Inly term of said court. Com
mencing on the 14th day of July A. 1). IS1"!. All
persons desiring may then and there appear and
inaKe tneir nelellse
Da'eil at Hock Island.
Illinois, this 7th day of
J. R. JOHNSTON.
JOHN ClM BAUtiH,
H. V. Ill LL,
June A. I. !(!!.
JOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S 8 ALB
OF REAL ESTATE.
Statb or Illinois, i
Kock Island County
By virtue of a decretal order of the conuty court
of said county, entered at the May term of said
court. A. 1. 1S'.HI, on the application of Kobert 1.
Wcf'reery, guardian of Porter McOecry, Kobert
1. McOcery and William McOreery, minors, to
sell the following described real estate belonging
to said minors, sitnale in the comity of Kock Isl
and and state of Illinois, to-wit:
The nntlivided thre fourteenths CV-14) of the
northeast quarter (of the. southeast quarter
(! of section ten (111), in township sixteen (16)
north of range one west of the fourth principal
meridian. I shall nn the 14th day of Jane, A. It.
1MK). at the north door of the court house In tbe
city or hock Island in tbe county of Kock Island
and state of Illinois, at the hour of z o'clock, p.
in., sell all the interest of said minors in and to
the said real estate at pnhlie vendue to the highest
aud best bidder for rash In baud.
KUHKKT D. JHcCREKHY,
Gnardian of Porter McOreery, Kobert 1). Mc-
Creery and William McOreery, minors.
By Jacks Jt Hijhst, Attorneys.
Estate of Wendell Meier, deceaaail
The undersigned, having been appoint ed ejr
ecnmxoi the last will and testament of Wendell
Meier, late of tbo county of Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, bere by gives notice that she
win aptemr ueiore ue county court or kock isl
and county, at the otllce of the clerk of said
court, in the city of Kock Island, at the Anguat
term, on the First Monday in August next, at
which time all persons having claims against
auid estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. -All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the nn
Dated this 27th day nt May, A. I)., 1800.
iW-dlw JoSLI'll A. MEIKR. Executrix.
Notice is hereby given, that the nndersigned
has been apimintud assignee of Abram Loeb, and
all persons holding any claim or claims against
said Abrajn Loeb are hereby notified to present
the same to bim under oath or affirmation within
three months from this date, whether said claims
are due or not. All persons iadebted to said as
signor are requested to make prompt payment of
Dated March 4!h. 18fl0.
HENUY P. BULL, Assignee.
After 33 years experience in teaching Instru
mental Music, I wili promise you more theory with
less lessons for tbe least money of any teacher in
the city. - -
nmler onr supervision. Riven each Juvenile pnpil.
Teachers will save money to order their Music
Books of ns. Oue-third off of marked price on
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenue,
We make a specialty of teaching inexperienced
teachers bow to teach.
Address me at 14US Brady St., Davenport, la.
, 3ili. C. A. JSEBEKEB.
Cheapest and best place In the paper for
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Only one-half cent a wotd. Everybody reads (his
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SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, boneht. sold
or exchanged. Mnnev lnnt VnmiinM
stored at 808 East Second street. Davenport.
FOB BALK VALUABLE PATENT 1M
provement on Elevators. Now in operation at
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Fa; preserves life and limb; for fnll poiticnlare
apply to ROBT J. WALKER, Inventor.
WANTED TWO LADIES AND 0K GEN
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WORKERS WANTED MEN AND WOMEN
agents; big pay; steady work; onlfit free.
No experience needed. J. Eugene Whitney,
Nurseryman, Rochester, N. Y. i6
WANTED A RELIABLE PERSON IN ROCK
Island and every town in this localitv todia
tribute circulars; for particulars send references
and address, T. N.Crowley, 635 Main St, Tene
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Spc'eific HJrange Liiy"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley Medical Institute, South Bend Ind.
J. M. BEAUDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce WtUi J. T Ken
worthy, 1725 Second Avenue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank-Building, Kork Island, 111.
f.D.SWEKKKY. O. L. WALK EH.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSKLIiORS AT LAW
OtBce iu Bengston'a block, Kock Island, 111.
MfENIRY & MtEXIKY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money or good
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers. Office in Tostothce block.
FOR SAI.K A BKl NSWR'K ItHil, TABLE,
cheap, at J. W. Jones' Second Hand store,
lbl4 Second avenue.
THE DAILY ARM'S.
OR SALE EVEHY EVENING at Cramptou's
. Newsstand. Five eents per copy.
IRS. RUTIIEKFORIr ii BUTLEK,
rjRADKATES OF THE ONTARIO VKTERN A
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Office: Tiiulall's Livery stable; Kesideuce: Over
Asters Bakery, market square.
For Mi rill'.
1 desire to notify the people of I.'ock Island
county that I w ill be a candidate for the office of
Sheriff, subject lothe decision ( the Kepubliean
county convention. ED. KITTILSoN.
The First National bank of Rock Island, tills .
located at Kork 1. laud, in the state of Illinois, is
closing np its affairs. All note holders anil o hers,
creditors of naid Association, are therefore hereby
notified to present the Twites ami other claims
against the Association for payment .
'. L. MITCHELL, President.
Dated April 19. 1SWI
Tbe co-partnership heretofore existing between
Charles Ohlweiler and John Spiiger, umler the
firm name of Ohlwriler A Spilifcr. has this dny
been dissolved, Mr. ohlweiler retiring. Mr.
John Spiiger will continue the business and
will assume all liabilities and receipt f. ir monies
due tbe late firm. 'iias. i ini w cilkb,
Jobn Si li t; i:.
fin. k Island, 111., June r, lk).
To sell onr goods by sample to wholesale anil re
tail trade. We are tbe largest manufacturers in
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising,
etc Forrerms address
CkNTEKNIAU MFG. CO., Chicago. III.
JrTlLOUiS K. G iLLSON &. CO.,
procured. Increase all other soldiers claims
prosecuted. Write us about vonr case. Room 4,
Metropolitan block, t hicago, lil.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Successor to Guthrie A Collin")
Plans and estimates furnished. A specialty
made of fine work. All orders at tended to
promptly and satisfaction guaranteed.
t Ollice and shop No. ll!i Third aWnne.
WM. 0. KULP, D. 6, S.
' OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms SC. ST, 2S and -9,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
pH OTOE N G R A V I N G ,
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Building. Pvonpnrt. Iowa, OaII for
estimiitt-'tf aud sec WYtrk m-fiirtf gn.ji to Mcuo.
THE MOLIKE SAVINGS BASiK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MOL1NK, - ILLS.
Open daily from V A N.tnSP. M .. and nnTnes
day and Saturday Evenings fro.n 7 to
Interest allowed on Pt-sposits at the rtte
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amonnts of
f 1 and Upwards.
8KCCRITY AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Trustees is respon
sible to tbe depositors. Tbe nfnc.crs are prohibi
ted from borrowing any of ils moneys. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
Otfickb: 8.W. WmmvwK, tros!dpit; Ho-
TBRHKIMNEB, V ICC ITCBIdeM J U. F. lllHEKWir,
Tmtsteks : S. W. Wheelock, Porter Skinner,
C. r. llemenway, J. Silas Leas, U. 11 Edwards,
mram irarnng, A. . w ngnt, J. S. b.eator, 1,
H. Ilemeaway. C. Vitxtbum.
M"The only chartered savings Bank in Rock
F. H. M ti.tjER, Vrps't.
H. . Smith, V icw-1 Wl
K II. Rvs, S.i 'y.
J. H. Ip'iAuaK, Tnu.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
FIIwrNATlONAL BANK JJUlUMNii,
DAVENPOET, - -
- - IOWA.
Perfect protection h:t.iiiinI bnr;i:ir-t, thieves
and lire with its l ire an. I l'.uivljii l'mol
Hiilt-H nnd Sufi's. Is now prewired to rent
Safes in iU Vaults, with either cxuiiliiniitum oi
key locks. The lurks of tliese salt's are all
tlilh-reiit, anil under the control of the renter.
Kacli safe contains a tin box in which to (dure
valuables-just sueli iiissHiitiiiNlalKuiH lis aire
wanted hy Administrators, Kxeeulors, tlnard
lans, Capitalists, Marrnil or Mingle Women,
raniiers, Meelianies, Traveiiiig Men, or
Strangers having valuables. Private retiring
rooms for the examination of pas-rs, et4-.
Sales In all sizes, ranging in price, iht annum,
(nun Tlirott miliars mi to Thiily IKiliars, ac
cording to size and location. Also, htorage
Risiin for packages, Imxes or trunks. If you
are going to travel, this Is the only place of ab
solute safety in the three cities for your silver
and other valuables. Charges reasonable.
Call and see our Vaults, whether you desire a
il. J. ROHLFS, CiufofUaa.
nKKIUTVkt Iknmk I V
BIM'NIcriONH arfclLl tUMI
limaCUHIll b. itnkni
a-ritrTie atiT ana lysatasaai
r KkrlkB m!TwN. Sokl, d for lhl..svHlic pur.
BOM, Cm Unmlht Siatm cirlDC VwmHf. BUS, Sunk.
Isc. A'ssllsssii (mu r KlmtrtcftT ttimuvs all KAK
PXItTH, rrMoriss llirm to HkALTH aaS IUOHIM a STKUkUTM.
KlMtHc tsrrnit kr-ll IwsimiI, r twrteii - io Is mas.
MfcXT S Wiisisnri Cwmso S as ss. w rt f wi far
Msrallv t'mrr4 In tnri iuantli. Snlnl pm(falM Pres.
BAKU KB KLECTR1CC0.. iaaus.tfc.at., CHICABS.UL
I moTvN ail Pimiilffs tmkh- anil lt.lorauon. Kor
I ai hy nM flit-cliM. Urnufil, or Buutud fur M etc
In ..tamps by
A. D. HUESING.
Represent, among other time-tried and well
known Fire Insurance Companies he following :
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. -Rochester
German Ins Co., Rochester, N. Y.
' Citisens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, pa.
Hun Kire Office. London
Union Ins. Co., of California.
BecBrity Ins. C .. New H iven, Co"n.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wi
German Kire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAS INVENTED 4-
which does its work in a thorough manner.
tUflt thoroughly purifies tbe air and removes
all obnoxious smells. For sale at Emil Koehler's
Price 50 Cents pkk Bottle.
-ALL kinds of
done. A specialty of farniftMng all kivds
vi ?iuTeB who vawinpp oi 5 cenifl 5
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
S. R. CLOUGH,
The best of everything always on hand at the
mom reasonable price.
WHITE OR BLACK HKARSK.
1805 Second Ave, Rock Island.
P. CLOTlGH, Manager.
John Volk & Co.,
GUTTER A L
Sash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for hnilderj, .
Eighteenth St., Pel Third aud Fonrth ave..
Winter & Lemburg,
Whoiesal Pcalere aud InporUrs of
Wines ai Lipors,
romorcd to new quarter)
Nos. 161G and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The iheajieM ever known
$225 Per Ton for Gash.
Will also contract to furnish Tile and BrU.k for
sidewalks and do pencrsl liaulliiiu. Uhcr oppo
i. UKTiU n CUHIVU, SCOIDO Beniie.
Telephone 1.3S. T. II. ELLIS.
AWNINGS," TENTS, ETC.
- C. EHLERS,
H'agon and all kinds of
Office and Factory 3HH Harrison alrect.
DAVENPORT. I A.
J. M. BUFORD.
Tha oM Flra mn4 Ttma-trte
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
aaawaaaayrallaMeroK.ny m aalaat
wmi wiwm m suOCUML
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Rmkr. s.....
u MOD 1.U J
Reduoed Rates to all Points.
OFFICE In Adams Express Offlce-nnder
SOLE AGEKT FOB
Th P?JKuMf'T. Co.' Bicycles. Udiesand
Chlldren'a Bwycka a specialty.
frlercer Coualy Coal
- 2 r
No. 326 Brady
HAS A CHOICE
Goods delivered to all parts the three citiea
IT. C. HOPPE.
No. 1808 Second avenue.
Practical Tile anfl Brick M Layer.
Resedcnce 819 Twenty first St. Yard near St. Taul Depot.
Rock Island, III.
(fEstimatee furnished for any kind of Tile or Brick in the market, i ayine of brick
and ti e walks a specially.
J. T. DTXOJST.
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
jr. nvr. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
MAHUf ACTURKR OF CK&CKEBS A50 EI3CBIT8.
Ask jour Grocer for them. They are tieet-
3T" Specialties; The Christy "OYSTER- and the Christy "WAFER."
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
COR. WASH 3dAVR.I.
From 90 years' experience in Hos
pitl and Private practice is enable.;
to guarantee radical tares ia Chronn
or po sonous diseases of the bhstd
throst, no e. skin, kidneys, nlsddcj
and kindred onrans. tiravel and sine
ture cured wiib,,ut ksin nrcaitini;.
Those who conte r plate poin ti
Hot Sprincs for the rresiraent of n
private or Mood iiisssrescsti be cane
or ons-inim lite cot.
I AniF5 u ,nt tnrattcent a
irl-'llo lovely complexion, free
from sallownei, fn-ckk-s, ernptions.
etc., brilliant e c- and ierfcrt braliL
can be bad lThat 'tii-d feel
ine" and all femaia weakness prompt
lycnred. H lost ine, headacbes. Ner t
tons Prostration, and Sleeplessness.'
ovarian Hon til, s, inflamrastion and I lnimn
Fallineand displacement, bpinal weskneas and
bani?e of Life. Consult tbe old doctor
NERVOUS ,hr'ic1 " orpsnic weak
! u ,7'. ""' PrMBatnre dec.y.
foreboding, selMistrnst, impsirrd memory, pal-
ntatlon of ibe beart, pimples on tbe face soecka
Hforeibe EYK, rinein In tbe nr. Vaiarrb.
threatened ronsampiion and every dtsqaaiillra-
BLOOD AND SKIN JKSidfSSi
i111', " resalt-omplet, ly eradicated
without tbe nse of mercury . tW-mfola, Krysipe
f Kever So es. BlotcheSTPimples. l lrcrs. pain
in tbe Head and Bones. Hyphiltic Sore Thront and
Ton pie, ulandutar rnlarremcnt of the Neck
Kbeumatl-m. etc., cured wn n oiht rs bave failed
RUPTURE Curwl .wi" ein or bind.'
, . ! . . r.nrefrom basinesa,
UR NARY JTBecenHy contracted or
Z. . . . 1 rhronie diseasM PtMTIVELY
enred in S to si days hy a local remedy. No naa
seoos drurs nsed. Medicines mailed .w express
ed 1o any address free from observation. Char-
fair lerms Cash. Book and question list
lfie. A friendly talk costs nothine
wn-SH..11. m-10 " a- 10 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Sunday: S to S p. m.
2 Wash. Av. 8. MIMRIAPOLIS. XIHR.
Dr. Vhn Dyk's
IF NOT, TRY IT.
HARTZ i BAHXSEN, Wholesale kmU.
Wholeaale Auenu. Rock Island.
The flrrsl P.....L , .
and MontbiyieVniaViTler"7 Ru''re-to
fi -'"H D5C' Periodical Pill, of Parts.
cl2md;fi".hU'Sl accomplish all tb-t ..
nX.V?l J0 .d mom b ly for troul les
Pill Co ir.,..i7. "" anenru
Kork l.ir j , . viuj ttuaert, tlm street.
KocklaUnd, Jsppe Co., IMvenport, and of a 11
DAVIS & CO.,
1 1 A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS,
We guarantee every one perfect, and will send ( ui..
Twenty day', trial, to responsible iwrtirs.
Safety Ileating Boilers and Contractors f,,t
famishing and lajinj? Water, and
1712 First Ate .
Rock Island, Illinois
Telephone 1148. Resider.ee Telephone li.i
free of charge.
Kock Inland. III.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Bas Permanently Located in
In the past two months he has snrressfully
of the mnt severe rhararfer. It. low he pivr the
nvmes of a few that be bas successfully tr. i. !.
wbo are well luon, that live in Iavtuort ai.d
J. H. Harrison. Km k Island connly, Mrs. A. '
Mrson, beart disease.
Miss Anna lavis. K. A. Siearns, srrof 11U.
hsrles tiordim. Hrnry Winebera. rb. maiinn.
Mrs. Anna Welrh, neuralcia.
r M.T V. A Cow-n- eo. fcrjant, K. L. Sm.ii..
Jenble V aybeiry. Mary Sberbine, A. B. TL. i .1
aoyi. female disMse.
Tbe are a ftw of the many cases he ha, .
cessfully Ueated, but they are rnouvh ta l...'v
. JC? done h on whu tboioutbly uiiu.i
sUnd the caase of disease.
tLorf Manbo.Nl, Seminal Weakners. 11 4
cord" ouUt' IwUvcly aud permimM r
nfCun lnrc.1 f ..1) - . . i m -
fleuc. Correspondrnre acconipaiiied by
n stamps promptly answered.
Cffice-McCnlkmgh's New Elock.
W. Third Street, near Main.
Stop that Cough?
Or it will stop you.
How Will You Do It?
The Surest thing known ia
Not only your rough, but your
Brooch ia. trouble, as well as
many other tbiegs. It ia war
ranted. You are loosing time,
money, ami perhaps your life, in
this delay. It is worth investi
THE GREAT RESTORER WORKS.
1800 Portland Are. Minneapolis, Minn.
For particulars, nedicinea, etc. Price 1. ad per
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
bottle, Toa druggist can get it.