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Preparations Going Ahead Fapidly
IMPORTANT SOCIETY GATHERING.
Many Attractive t'ratarcit Parade,
Prise lrill, Firewark. Ran 4 n
. eertu, Ktr. Jaly 7-12 the Hatr.
Milwaukee, Wis., June 20 No bet
ter choice could have possibly been made
than Milwaukee for the place of holding
the sixteenth session of the Supreme
Lodge, Knights of Pythias of the world
and the first encampment of the Uniform
Rank of that order. The "Cream City,"
as it is called, because of the fact that its
houses are built of cream colored biick,
is the roost beautiful la it location and
artificial adornment of any city on the
Great Lakes. Its harbor has been likened
by many travelers to the Bay of Naples.
The LiU bank of the northern border of
the bay is lined with handsome residences
and parks, while the great factories of
the extreme southern extremity, away
from the residences, belch forth a verita
ble Vesuvius of smoke. The streets are
well kept, and within a half hour's ride
are numerous beauty spots well worth a
visit on a summer's day .
While the people of the United States
and Canada are on the qui vive to know
what they will be able to see in Milwau
kee during the week
of the great bien
nial conclave, the
citizens of this fair
city are actively at
work preparing for
the quarter of a
who will be their
g lie t a during the
week of July 7-12
next. The tirat
requisite, of course,
is the money ques
tion, and this has
Sai.nmt Chanertlur Hm.heeo well attended
to. Not less than
3fl.(HN) have been pledged by the enter
prising business men of this city to pay
the expenses of entertaining tbe visiting
Knights. A magnificent ctmp Ground
has been selected on the western edge of
- the city, in which 12.000 uniform Knigbts
will k into c imp, fully 3.60O tents being
furnished by the Milwaukee committee
free of charge.
The detailed programme of the week's
performancea tins been published far and
wine, ana a most attractive programme
it is. The parade of uniformed and un
uniformed Knights, which will start
pron.ptly at 4 o'clock on Tuesday after
noon, July 8, will be the finest semi-military
display ever teen in the west. Not
less than 12.000 uniformed Knights have
been expected to participate in the pa
rade, but as reports come in from all di
rections there are strong indications that
tbe number will lie increased to 15,000 or
more. Csnu drill prizes aggregating $4,
800 have been offered to competing di
visions, or which there will be not less
than fifty. Especial efforts are beinc
made to secure a Urge array of fine brass
nanus, frizes amounting to 8 10 will
be awarded to competing bands in a big
concert to be heiu at .Molililz park on
Wednesday evening. On Friday evening
the exposition building will be the scene
of another monster concert, in which all
the bands will join. There will be near
ly a thousand instruments, under tbe di
rection of Mr. T. P. Brooke, of Minneap
olis. The anvil chorus will be given with
an accompaniment of twenty anvils, and
the darkened auditorium will be illumin
ated as the strokes of the hammers fall
upon the anvils, by the light of a hundred
The fireworks display on Thursday
evening will alone be worth a visit to
Milwaukee from any part of the United
States. It will be given at Cold Spring
park, which will also be used for tbe mil
itary maneuvers. Comfortable seats will
be provided for three or four thousand
persons in tbe amphitheatre, and tbe oth
er thousands will find good opportunity
in the wide park grounds to see the bril
liant display of elaborate set pieces,
which will last for more than an hour.'
Nor should be forgotten tbe mammoth
reception to tbe Supreme Lodge dele
gates, which will be tendered at the ex
position building by the state of Wiscon
sin, represented by its chief executive.
Gov. W. D. Hoard; by the city of Mil
waukee, represented by Mayor George W.
I'eck, and by the Knights of Pythias or
ner in Wisconsin, represented by Grand
- At previous conclaves the Uniform
Knights have been content l stop at
hotels and private bouses with tbe other
members of the
order; but on this
occasion they will
for tbe first time
go into cinp in
true military style.
The camp will be
on a sightly piece
of ground which
lies just south of
Cold Spring Park.
The tract is di
vided intosix large
blocks, three of
which lie on tbe , .
east side of High- v. B.
land Boulevard. Tbe two blocks at the
western extremity will not be used for
the tents of the campers, but upon them
will be located hospital tents. Tbe tents
will face both ways on Highland boule
vanl, and will be laid out from riebt to
left in the order of the seniority of tbe
commanding officers. The tents of tbe
brigade and regimental officers will form
the front line, back of which will be tbe
division officers, and in the rear the tents
of tbe Sir Knigbts. The even-numbered
brigades will be arranged on tbe north
side of the boulevard and the odd-numbered
on tbe soutb side. There will he
sixteen brigades in all, consisting of about
seven regiments each. A few regiments,
battalions and divisions which are not
brigaged, will be assigned to one or an
other of the sixteen brigades in the camp.
Tbe Louisiana Knigbts will camp with
their brothers from Illinois. Most of tbe
southern battalions which are not large
enough to form a brigade will be brigaded
with Tennessee and Missouri, while Vir
ginia will be assigned to Kentucky. Tbe
order to be observed in the laying out of
the camp will give Indiana the place of
honor at the right, while Illinois will be
at the extreme left.
The list of brigades in the order of their
position in camp will be as follows: First
brigade Indiana, Gen. J. It. Ross; Sec
ond brigade Pennsylvania, Gen. 8. 8.
Simmons: Third brigade Missouri, Gen.
Frank Parsons; Fourth brigage New
York, Geu. M.J. Severance; Fifth brigade
California, Gen. II. Schaffner; Sixth
brigade Michigan. Gen. H. F. Hastings;
Seventh brigade Nebraska, Gen. W. L.
Dayton; Eighth brigade Kentucky, Gen.
George Fewlass; Ninth brigade Ohio,
Gen. J. W. Green; Tenth brigade Kan
sas, Gen. J. H. Lyons; Eleventh brigade
Massachusetts, Uen. J. II. Abbott; Twelfth
brigade Iowa, Gen. J. C. Loper; Thir
teenth brigade Minnesota, Gen. G. K.
Shaw; Fourteenth brigade--Tennessee,
Gen. D. B. Anderson; Fifteenth brigade
Wisconsin, Gen. L. W. Halsey; Six
teenth brigade Illinois, Col. J. IL Bark
While tbe parade of tbe uniform rank
will be the great event of parade day. it
is intended that the line of nnuniformed
Knights which will
follow shall contain
nearly 10,000 mem
bers of the order.
These Knigbts will
be under command
of Col. J. A. Wat-
A rous, of this city.
vwho by virtue of
nis military exper
ience Is well fitted
to make a credita
ble showing of that
part of the parade.
Cot.J.A.Watrmn.of wi" that
Miluxmkt. tie grand chancel
lor of each jurisdiction name some cap
able knight to take command of the
knights from bis jurisdiction. The juris
dictions will be formed into corps. In
some instances the Knights from four
states will constitute a corps. Wisconsin
and Illinois will have large delegations,
and will each form a single corps, as will
other neighboring states. Tbe terms
"delegation and corps," as applied to the
unuuiformed parade, are used so that
there may be no confusion, tbe Uniform
Rank being designated by divisions and
brigades. Commander Watrous' forces
will be formed in line on the west side, in
such a position as to enable the Knights
to see all of the Uniform Rank parade,
and will therefore not miss this great
feature, while at the same time contribut
ing to it themselves. Lodges to take part
in this parade will be expected to bring
their own banners and flags, and as far
as possible to bring bands of music to en
liven the parade and make a creditable
CAMP AKD DU11.L OROLTiD
The supreme lodge session will be tbe
nucleus around which tbe performances
of tbe week will gather. That body con
sists of two delegates from each of the
grand jurisdictions, and though compris
ing a small number of men, is composed
of tbe most prominent members of tbe
order from all parts of the United States
and Canada. Many matters affecting tbe
ioterests of tbe order will come up for
discussion. Tbe question of BusUinine
or overruling the action of the supreme
chancellor in suspending tbe celebrated
Kokomo, (Ind.) division will create tren
eral interest. Up to the Cincinnati sesv
sion of the supreme lodge, the Kokomo
division had for some years carried off all
tbe best competitive drill prizes. At Cin
cinnati they were awarded the second
prize by tbe judges, although there was
only about one-half of one fsr cent be
tween their marking and that of the win
ning division. The members of the Ko
komo division published some very severe
censures on tbe decision of the judges.
For this they were ordered by the su
preme chancellor to publicly apologize,
which they refused to do. Tbe supreme
chancellor thereupon issued an order sus
pending tbeir functions as a division. A
strong effort will be made by the friends
of the Kokomo division who think the
supreme chancellor's action arbitrary and
uncalled for, to have it set aside, and tbe
crack division re-instated.
Perhaps the most important matter to
come before the supreme lodge will he
the question of declaring illegal all asso
ciations doing a
life insurance bus
iness in the name
of tbe order, with
tbe exception of
rank, which alone
is recognized by
tbe supreme lodge.
In numerous states
life insurance asso
ciations have been
tbe name of tbe
passing on tbe field
which properly be
longs to tbe en
dowment rank . Suprtnu Vict Chancellor
There is no other Geo. B. Shaw.
society which permits such trespass
ing upon the ground which belongs to it
solely; but inasmuch as some of the state
institutions will doubtles make a vigor
ous protest and a strong fight upon be
ing summarily deprived of their revenue,
it may be that the hottest contest of the
entire session will be ovet, this question.
An effort will be made to increase tbe ef
ficiency and success of tbe endowment
rank by elevating the members of the
board of control to the position of su
preme lodge officers.
The claim of the uniform rank to di
rect representation in the supreme lodge
will come up for discussion. This ques
tion has been mooted only within tbe last
two or three months by the members of
that rank. Such a change would cause
an entire remodeling of tbe order regard
ing representation in tbe supreme lodge.
Tbe supreme temple of Pythian sisters
will hold its first meeting on Tuesday,
July 8, and will remain in session during
tbe week. This order was established a
little more than a year ago. and now has
a membership of 4,000, with seven grand
temples, and aims to be to the Pythian
order what tbe Sisters of Rebecca are to
tbe OJd Fellows. More than 100 Pythian
sisters expect to engage in the work of
the order during its meeting here. Tbe
degree staff of temple No. 1. of Warsaw.
Ind., will come in a special car and will
exemplify the work on Wednesday even
A large joint executive committee of
Milwaukee citizens and members of the
local Knights of Pythias lodges has
charge of the arrangements for the con
clave. Mayor Geo. W. Peck is president
of this committee, which holds weekly
meetings at the convenient headquarters
at 400 East Water street. The head
quarters are in charge W. C. Williams,
who has been selected manager of the
conclave because of his acquaintance
with tbe needs of the occasion and the
possessing of ability on his part to ac
complish the important ends in view.
The work in the various departments is
in charge of sub-committees, the most
important of which are those on hotels
and quarters, prize drill and parade,
camps, fireworks, band music, subsis-
" . r
fence, invitations, and h ills and decora'
tions. -. . .
Tbe committee on hot els and quarters
is in cnarge or V. a. Koso, and by an ex
eel lent system be is rt pidly assigning
those who desire quartets to convenient
places which have been, secured. The
subsistence committee, under charge of
M. J. Haisler, has con pleted arrange
ments to feed thousands of people at the
camp grounds, while n any of those in
camp will erect and manage tbeir own
mess tents. Special ad vantages will be
supplied newspaper rerresentatives for
securing tbe news through a committee
of the Milwaukee Press olub headed by
its president, H. P. Myrhk. Tbe com
mittee on invitations have extended to
the governors of all
tbe slates and ter
riw riea a cordial
invitation to be
present with tbeir
ata Ts, and not less
than a dozen have
already given a
Vi " - ing house" will in
sure safe care for
such property, al
vis tors are advised
to bring as little
bag gage as possi
ble. The, ratlin
Grand Chancellor Hot- .. . : whi(h
tint tf H-i.oiin. commute, or wniin
J. P. Rundie is charrmtu. has its work
well under way. Chairman Hamilton, of
tbe fireworks committer, expresses tbe
opinion that his firework contract is tbe
best ever made iu the Un ted States. Col.
Watrous, who is to lead t ie parade of un
i formed knights can bt- relied upon to
OP UNIFORM KNIGHTS.
make his part a brg suedes; and so all
through the list.
Wisconsin will at tbs supreme lode
undoubtedly be honored bv tbe election
of the present supreme vice chancellor,
George B Sbaw, of Eau Claire, to tbe
highest office in tbe Older, that of su
preme chancelloi ; and tie order will be
honored as well by Mr Shaw's election to
If tbe manifold attractions of the con
clave are not sufficient to bring the reader
to Milwaukee during the week of July 7-
12, he should take advantage of tbe low
railroad fares which then prevail to visit
the numerous lake resorts of Wisconsin,
about which might be written a dozen
Wai.tef W. Pollock.
nl H ffk'n At'irariloa.
The Standard Theatre company ap
pears at Harper's theatre alt next week
to ten and twenty cent admission tickets,
and a present will be !iyen away each
night. The Daily Irontonian, of lr.inton
Ohio, says of the compary:
Tbe Masonic opera house was packed
to the doors last evening to witness tbe
initial petformance of the Standard
Theatre Co. The play was tbe heatiful
southern comedy drams, entitled. "Zoe,
the Octoroon," and in Hie bands of sur h
capable artists could Lot fail to please
tbe most critical. Calls Btrbour, in thr
title role, was warmly ruce.ived, as she is
quite a favorite with Ironton people, her
portrayal of this very difficult part was
all thai could be desned. Mr. Barbour,
in the character of "rtalem Scudder."
shows himself a thorough master of bis
profession; he is an at tor of rare abil
ity. John W. Barry as the Indian, did
the finest bit of pantomine work that has
been our pleasure to witness. "Ojr
Jess," the clever little laughter of Mr.
Barbour, made a deride. I hit in tbe part
of Paul; ber dancing cuueht the house.
Taken aa a whole it is one of tbe flues t, if
not tbe finest performat re ever given in
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Cornelius Buckley to George Ander
son, e w swi net, a, 18. 3e, $125.
John Dickson by executor to William
Francis, lot 2. block 4, Dickson &
loung's ad. Milan, 35.
Belle Lewis to M G arid John Bedford,
nej sej 10, 16, Iw, fl.
John C McCreerv tc M G and John
Bedford, nej sei. 10. 1G. 1 w. $1.
Margaret J Beatty to M G and John
Bedford, ne se 10, 16, lw, $1.
Elizabeth Smith et al, to M G and John
Bedford, nej sej 10. 16, lw, ft.
Heirs of Elizabeth Gordan to M G and
John Bedford, nej Be 1J, 16, lw, $30'J.
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ISLAND AKGUS, SATURDAY. .tT 17X13
Tbe Crown dlninc hall. No 1 ?n
ond avenue, is now readv to furnish mn
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
S50.00A to loan nn n Miata uwnniw
in sums of t200 and unward. t lnvt
current rates of interest, without com
mission. K. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
E. E. Parmenter
Makes collections, loans mnnn arwl ill
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postoffice block. Rock Isl
and, Ills. ds&wlv
Sons cf Veteran.
For the state encamnmpnt t Julnn.
ville. 111., June 22-28. the Rock Island &
Peoria railwav will rhII
at one fare for the round trip, viz.: f 4 95.
1 nis rate ts open to tba public. Trains
leave Kock Island at 8:15 a. m. and 2 20
p. m . Arrive at Jacksonville at 2:45 and
10:40 p. m. Depot foot of Twentieth
street. F. II. Rockwell. A pent.
Hotiee to Oas Consumers.
There will be an addition! lia.nnn ni
25 cents per thousand allnw.i ttmm
our present rate) on all gas consumed
ai any resilience wnere a gas cooking
ranee is actuallv in nnn. tli lift rtlftll i nV Ihn
mt rate $1 50 per 1,000 ft. The above
to apply only when bills are paid prompt
ly, and to nesin with consumntion rf
June, 1890 W. H. Judge.
Sec'y. Sunt. ar.d Treas.
Forced to Leave Home.
Over 60 people were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call at the drug
gist's for a free trial package of Lane's
amily Medicine. If your blood is bad.
your fiver and kidneys out of order, if
you are constipated and have headache
and an unsightly complexion, don't fail
to call on any drugtlst today for a free
sample of this grand remedy. The ladies
prise it. Everyone likes it. , Lirtresize
package 50 cents.
Ladies should use Le Due's female
rills. Read advertisement in snotfcer
part of the A Rous
ASK YOUR. GROCER FOR THEM.
By virtue of an execution and fee bill No. 6112.
issued out of the clerk's office of tbe circuit
court of Him k Island county, and state of liiinoi.
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
utaketne amount of a certain jndiinieui recently
obtained against Lazarus Lowry in favor of
Clement Bane A Co., out of the lands, tenements,
goods and chattels of the said defendant. Lax .ro
Lowry. 1 have levied upon the following prop
T'hc ea-t forty-six (40) acres of the north bilf
of the southeast quarter () of section twenty
four (21) iu township nineteen tlVi north of range
one (1) east of the fourth principal meridian.
Also that part of section number twenty-four
0M. lownshin number nineteen (11) north rn'e
uuiahcr one 1 1 1 east of the fourth 4(h) p ra. in the
county or Rock Island and state of Illiuois, de
scribed as follows to-wit :
C'oiiimenriag at the southwest corner of the
northeast quarter i"l of section number twentv
four rJ4i. township uumlter nineteen I9, nor'ih
ran e number one 1 east of tbe 41b priccifal
meridian, runniue tbence et tweuty ('Jii rods;
thence north eight t.si rods; thence west four
(4 1 rode; thence north ten (10) rods; thence west
sixteen iltil rods; thence north twenty-live (ST.)
rods; tbence east eight (8 rods: thence north
two (!!) rods; thence east twelve (12 rods: thence
soutb two (9) rods: thence cast twentv t'JPI roils;
thence south eight (Sirods; thence eat forty ( tin
rods; thence north forty five (4S rods to the
northwest corner of the southeast quarter (i of
'he northeast quarter of said section number
twenty-four (24); thence east eighty 8o rods to
the east line of said section; thence south eighty
(SO) rods to tbe southeast corner of the southeast
quarter nf the northeast quarter of said section;
tbenre west ninety-two (SJ) roils lo the northeast
corner of ont lot number twenty-eight (2N) of said
section; thence south fifty-six (an) and eight
seventeenths (8 IT) rods; thence west fifty six c)
rods; then north fifty-six a feet; thuu.e
west twelve (IV) rods; thence north on
the west tine of the southeast quarter of
said section fifty three and one tenth (M
1 loth) rods more or less to tbe place of
beginning, excepting therefrom a certain tract
described as follows, viz: commencing eighteen
118) rods north of tbe southwest corner of the
northeast quarter of said section, running thence
east one hundred ( 1UW feet, tbence north dfiy (Mt)
feet; thence west one hundred (100): tbence
south fiftv (5)1) feet to the place of begin
ning and known -on the assessor's plat
of said section as out-lot number tweuty
scven (27). said tract herein described he
In? also known as on i lots unrulier four (41, six
tt, eieht (HI, nine (U. ten (HI), tweuty-ei bt (Mt
aud the north seven (7) acres eic.pt fifty six
(ftti) feet by twelve (14) rods In the southwest cor
ner of said seven (7) acres of out-lot number
twenty-nine (i), according to the assessor's plat
of said section for the year A. D., 1S67, and con
taiuiug in all, including said first described tract,
one hundred and twenty. seveu and twenty-ulLe
buudredtha (1 IW-llKli acres more or less.
Therefore, according to said command. I shall
expose for sale, atpub.ic auction, all the right,
title and interest of tbe above named Lazarus
Lowry in and to the aliove described property, on
Monday the Suth day of June, 1H0O, at It o'clock
p. m , at the north door of the Court house in the
City of Rock island, in the ronntv nf Knelr Itlanri
and state of Illinois, lor cash in band, to satisfy
said execution and fee bill.
Dated at Kock Island, this Alh dar of Jnn.
A. D 18W). T. 8. BILV1S.
Hherin of Rock Island county, Illinois.
Estate of Wendell Meier, deceased.
The undersiirued. havinir been annoint ed n.
ecutrlxot the last will and testament of Wendell
Meier, late of tbe county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before the county court or Rock Isl
and county, at the office of the clerk nf !
court, in the city of Kiwk Island, at tbe August
vcrin, ud me rirai nonaay in August next, at
which time al) persons bavins- claims msainat
said estate are notified and requested lo at
tend for the purpose of having the same adj tutted-
All personB indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the un
dersigned. Dated this 17 th day of May, A. T)., 1890.
28-d4w JOSEPH A. MEIER. Executrix.
1Cntta-A ! kanK 41..4 tTt.. J AL.
SMth day of June, A. 1. im an election will be
kU aa VI':. i a k. it .
uviu iud n mo AWdie xiuve Dome id conn
bouse aquare in the city of Kock Island for two
mftTlltkOfal ft thaa R.tosd n9 rt..A.rinn v. ; k.
w avutcau in 1IUUIIUUU fl UIVU ITIfTV"
tion will be opened at 8 o'clock in the morning
and continue open until 7 o'clock in the afternoon
of that day.
Dated June 10,1890.
NOW I I Dm o masts
BE Vvl rlCLKuirta.'kkKy.
Cull or send for ctrcuiar cuntainins
Uie liHist marveloaaeuruaof Cuasumt
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bnms, HyphMla, Kbeumatuun. Cat
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CO., Csr. ItsariMra u4 ASaaa Htrxu, IMlCaHU, ILL.
foil mn. tJJ H? " Wld' Kverybudy this
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TfiOR 8AIJ5A BRUNSWICK POOL TABLE,
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Jor oxetaanirt-J. Money lont or Furniture
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WVto ROBT J. WALKER. Inventor.
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WORKERS WASTED MEN ANI WDMEK
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No experience needrd. J. Eugene Whitt.ev.
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Icy Medical Institute, South Beud Ind
J. M. UEAHDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with -J. T. Ken
II worthy, 1725 Second Avenue.
ITTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Ho. k Island
LNational Bauk Building, R.wk Ixland, 111.
C. L. WALKER.
SWFENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
l Office in Hi-niton's hloclc. Rock I eland. III.
McEMRY .& MYEMKY,
TTOKNEY'M AT LAW-Loan money on irood
il security, make collections. Reference, M'teh
ell Lynde. baukers. office in lJ..-trh. e block.
THE DAILY ARM S.
rOR SALE EVEHY KVKN1NO at Crampton's
1 Hewn Maud. Five cents per copy.
DBS. KUTIIE.vFOKI) & HL'I'LEIJ,
ORADI'ATES OF TnE ONTARIO VETKKNA-
I ry college, Vetemary I'livnicianx anp Surgeons.
Offlee: Tindall's Livery slahle; Residence: Over
Asters Bakery, market square.
The First Nstionalhankof Rock I-ian.l. .Ills .)
located at R.s k Maud, in tbe stnte ,,f Illinois is
closing up its affairs. All no:e (.older and o her,
creditors of said Association, are therefore hereby
no iried to present the nim n i oilier rlainta
against tbe Assi-ctnt-ou for pvment
, L. MITCHELL, President.
Notice is hereby trtvpn, that the niiib rxigncd
ha leeu appointed ainee of Abrain Loeb. and
all persons holding any claim or claims againM
said A brum Loeb are bereliy notified to present
the same to him under oath or affirmation within
three months from this dale, whether said claims
are due or not. All person indehted to said a
siirnor are rcqnested to make proiutH payment of
Dated Mar. b J4ih. 1S.
HKNKY P. IU LL, Assignee.
To sell our goods by sample lo wholesale and r--tail
tradu. We are the lartrest ni&nnf scturers in
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising,
etc, Forrenns address
CFNtKKNI&ti MFO. CO . Chicago, III.
JyLOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
procured. Increase all other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. Write us about yonr cae. Room 4,
Metropolitan block, t hicano, I.I.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
uccesor to Outhrie A Collin?)
Plans and estimates fnmished. A spcvi.iltv
made of fine work. All onlers attet.dnl to '
promptly and satisfaction rnaranlecd.
tVANuce and sho: No. 181H Third avenue.
WM. 0. KULP.D, D,S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms , T, 28 aud i".
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Building, Davenport. Iowa. Call for
estimates and see work belote tiuilig to Chicago.
THE MQLINE SAVINGS 8AKK
(Charted by tbe Legislature of Illinois.)
MO LINK. - ILLS.
Open daily rrom 9 A M. to S P. M .. and on Tuct
day and mtuntsy Evcuiuks from 7 to
Interflt allowed on Dt'sposits at the rut
or 4 ptt Ccot. per Ad num.
Deposits received in amounts of
$ 1 and Upwards.
The private property of the Trustees la respon
sible to the depositors. The officers are pro ii lif
ted from horrowiag any of its moneys. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
OrSICIB B W Wn m itjvi Prn.M., . n
Tlx SKiHKta, Vice President ; C. 9. Hkmsnwai,
Tmnirmi' St W ThMLwlr u t
C. K. Uemenway, J. Silas Leas,' U. H. Edwards,'
iiintm uartiug, A. . tight, J. S. Keator, U
U. Hemenway, C. Vitzthatu.
ITThe only chartered savings Bank tn Rock
P. TI Vn.i n
K. H. RT!. Bvy.
J. li. FlAutu, Tims.
B, t'. Hutru, Vice-lYes't.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
fmST NATIONAL BANK RTJILDIN'G,
DAVENPOET, ... IOWA.
rerfeot protection at-MtiiNt lmreTlars, tliieves
and lire wall its Ftte un.l lturar l'r.sd
Vaults and ;ifes. Js mow prepared ,, rent
Sulci ill iu Viiulls, with either coiiiblnaiioti i
key HM-ks. The l.aks of tliew s:ife ntv :tU'
(lilleratit, and under the control i IIih renter,
htelt sitfo contains a tin box in which, to pliH-e
valu:illes Just sueli aecotmniMhitious lis are
wtitet by Admiui-dralors, Kms uIois, iiuar.l
biiia, Caintahsts, M tne-d or .single Motncn
Kruiers. Meeliam.-t, Travi'lnii,' Men, r
8tnntatrH, liaviui! valual.leH. Private retirinit
nsniis ior tim f xaniitiaiiou in tiHIKr.H. etc.
rwies in Hit sizes, raiicillu' til ll ii-e, 1st milium.
tioiii unco initiara nil lo j niiiy JMllant,
rtinliriff to size aud location. Also. Ktoraire
Kooin lor tMta-kiurea. txixes or trunks. If v....
are tcoinc to travel, this is the only place uf ab
solute wifcty iu the three cities lor your silver
and other valuables. Cliiirces reasonable.
Call and see our Vaults, whether you desire a
Unit) or uoL
' M. J. EOHLFS. CuxioJian.
. Corner Seventeenth St., and Third Ave.
HENRY EHRHORN, Prop'tr.
This house has been completely refitted and re
furnished and is now open to the public.
RATES $1.00 A DAY.
Board with room, $4 and (5 per week; Tabla
board $2M per week.
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried snn well
known Fire InsnranceCoinpanies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of Enslanl.
. Weschestcr Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo Ocrraan Ins. Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Cititens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bun Fire OftVe. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. C '.. New H iven, Co-n.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
Ucmian Kire Ins. Co., of Peoria, III.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
which does its work in a thorough manner.
HIt thoroughly pnnfles the air and remove
all obnoxious smells. For sale at Emil Kociiler's
Price 50 Cents per Bottlk.
ALL KIS08 OF
done. A specialty of furnishin? all kinds
of Moves with Castings ol 8 cents
NINTII ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
S. R. CLOUGH,
The best of everything alwvra on hand at the
most reavmahle price.
WHITK OR BLACK HKARSE.
1805 Second Ave., Rock Island.
F. CLOrOH, Manarer.
John Volk & Co.,
. Rouse Builders.
Sash. D.xirs, Iilin.la. SMioi;. Floring.
and all kinds of wood work for hnilders.
Eighteenth St., be'. Third and Fourth ave..
Winter & Lemburg,
Whnlcl Dealers and lmmrter of
Wines aiifl Liprs,
(rrmm ed to new qurter
Nos. 161Gand 1018
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Mercer County Coal,
The cheapest ever known
$2 25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to furnish Tile and Brick fot
sidewalks and do renera) tiaulhiij:. OttVe oppo
site St. Joseph's church. Second avenue.
Telephoue 1. it. T. 11. ELLIS.
AWNINGS, TENTS, ETC.
TVa)ffn and all kinds of
Office and Factory 308 Harrison street,
J. M. BUFORD,
Tha U rtre an Ttm-trte4 Oenpasaaa
re present 4.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
feias as low aa aay reliabla r.,,, aAaMi.
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers' Ass'tn)
Reduced Kates to all Points
OFFICE In Adams Express Offlce-omW
fiOLB AGENT FOB
Tb Tn.T" ' Bicycles. Ladies and
ChUdren a Bicycles a sjMjcially.
Proprietor of the Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth, street,
Has opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
f3f Fresh Farm Produce always on hand
Mr. Smart desires a renewal of bis old trade and will try and gtTe patrons prlret and trn-ttet,t
IT. C. HOPPE,
asjaEaw c 7V
No. 180S Second avenue.
Praciical Tile anfl Brict M Layer.
Rce.ienee S19 Twenty first St. Yard near St. Paul Deix.t,
Rock Iilaod, 111.
KMimates furnihed for mt kind of Tile or Brick in tbe market. I ayint" ot t.-. .
and ti e walks a specialty.
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second A vein v.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kind of CUT FLOWKW constabtly no hand.
Ont: Block North of Central Purk.
The lament tn Iowa.
C II WASH 3d AVK. 8.
Fr.. n "fii ear' experience in llos
pilal an.t l'riate practice is cnahlev.
t tiisrnii.se radical' urea in C'tiionu
r s.nus diM;aies of tbe blood
tt.roat, no e. skin, kidneys, bladder
and ktnd.ed nr.'un. Mravrl and tnc i
iire enred witn..ut pain orcntttnt;.
Tto.se won ennte . piate eoint? fo
lio! inns for tle treatment of an)
rnvaior i.I.kmI .tarescan heenreu
for one-third the cost.
I ADlFl h ,hi" treatment a
lM UILO lovely caaplex ion. fre,
from sallownee. frK'kle. ern. ti.ms.
etc., brilliant e.e and perfect health
cau he had. tTbat "tired feel
ini:" and all female weakaee prompt
ly cored, itioatinf, headaches, er
m lrotrati.n, and Meeolessness.
ovanau trout. I. k. It.tlamtuatioB and I Ice rat ton
Falliug and dinplaceDients. .lnal weakness and
nance of Life, consult tbe old doctor
NERVOUS 'hr"al ud Tran"ic weak
',,,7! l,,"re decay, evil
for no.lii,.. wirlKirasU impaired memory t-al-uiiatMn
of he heart. einilde on Uie race, specks
Ix-iore the hK, rmkMnt in the ear ca'arra.
threatened c-uui.tHii and every diqaa.Uica
ti.n thai ren.len. niarriace improper and unhatmy
fl KKI.ll.Yaud 1'KKM .NKN rLY cared u"l'PT
BLOOD AND SKIN r: Sjrphi
-0irr.in "n,-,ptcwly eradicated
wiahm t IheBseofroercarr Scrofula. Krysipe
lw. rever v e. Blotches. Pi rr pies, t leers im
m Hie Head -nd Bones. Syphilttc ore Throat and
Tor-rue, uiandiilar enlargement of the Neck
Kheumtism. etc., cured wb-n others have failed'
RUPTURE - P..n or hliTd-
, . . ll- r.ncefrMra buine-a,
UR NARY ,T"ljr contracted or
V. chronic diseases IVMT1VLY
cored .. 3 to day. by a local remedy. No naa
w drni;. need. Medicines ma.l. d or eiprese-edu.a,,ya.idn-ss
free fmra oheerration. char-
- Av. S. ltlRHEAPOLIs. MIBH.
NERVE AKD BRAIN TREATMENT.
..-.,! I. over-exerti.j o the brai.i sMfi.i'r."
DrnrTrtnU. Sole Antu, corner Third sven and
V LIQUOR IIADItT
amnre wotio mate ssvron cote
. AIIA. It operate so ouietlv . 1 K
taint, that the patient mXXluJL WL,U, r
and ere he la aware h 3f? nMnieoee,
14 anthill Jk ...j r
After 2i Tears rtwri.. i. .
mental Mai. I Wli , .?
IWa of n. ''"S'wr border their Music
S 'mu toOe"ee;X0'lI.v,", """t00
aether .... I ' 0,1 Lve ordi-rs, namini;
KoImVo"' mUMC 00-', Beond'.vennel
-ouresa me at l06 Ilia.y 81., Uavenporf. Is
it E.C. Wests
DAVIS & CO.,
A complete stock of
. Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We guarantee every one perfect, and will semi i .
Twenty day'a trial, to responsible parties '
8afety nesting Boilers nd Contrart,r f,
furnishing and laying Water, an,
1712 First Avk .
Kock Islan.i, Illiiii?
Telephone 1148. Residence 'telephone .,.
i Bra.lv Sin I
DAVKNFUET. iVX K
(Late of cinctanati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Locatc-il ih
In the past two months be has anco f .. t
of the most aevere chararter.
Snch diseases as Kbeomstism. N..n.",
ferofula. Heart-disraw. disease of h. i "f
K dnev, or of any of tbe seen lory t,ivv.-. i
all k.nd. of l.une diseases or romi.li. ai ... -asAsthma.Br
uchitis or I'leurisy. Ail ki
beivous diseases saccessfnlly trtattd.
Positirely and permanently cured. wi:l -: '
eof tbe knife or any o. erattou akat r en
rLos of Manhood, Seminal Weakn. -. "
Errors of loath, pueilively and iein..i i-:?
ry"Vo-iiive!y no rase taken that cit.i.-'
etired. t'orrespomlence accompanied 4"
stamps promptly answered.
C Bice McCnlloach'a New Fleck.
W. Third Street, near Main.
DAVENPOKT. I A
Stop that Cough?
()r it iU atop you.
How Will You Do It?
Tbe Surest thing known i.-1
Not only your cough, but T"ur
Bronchia, trouble, aa well as
many other things. It is war
run ted. You are loosing time,
money, and perhaps your life, in
this delay. It is worth investi
THE GREAT RESTORER WORK?.
1800 Portland Ave. Minneapolis. Mian-
Kor particulars, medicines, etc. I'rico 1 1 ' l"r
The On-at Fmi. li' Remedy f.w huppres-
and Monthly IrreuUrities. . .,,.
Ladies i:se Us true s renooirai ,
. irnaiaiileed to aOODOilthrh all Insi
claimed for them. To be nscd nHMiihly fortr.M.w
peculiar U women run oirectioua
boa. i per boa or three I oies for 15. A
Pill Co.. royalty propnet.irs. Slf"'. VT.trret.
rennlnepill obtained of Otto Kudrrt. '"f'Sa
Korlt Island, Jappe ti Co., Uawaport, "J' "